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LONG ISLAND DEMOCRAT NEWSPAPER
2 Mar 1847
At Manhasset, on the 21st inst., by the Rev J P F Clarke, John H Allen to
Elizabeth M, daughter of Israel H Baxter, Esq, both of the above place.
At Lakeville, on the 24th inst, by the same, Albert Van Nostrand of Flushing
to Miss Harriet L. Williams of the former place.
In this village, by the Rev Jacob Schoonmaker, Mr Albert Stoothoff to Miss
Sarah, daughter of Mr. Daniel Murray, all of this town.
20 Sep 1864
The subscriber takes this method to return thanks to the Fire Department and
citizens generally, for their successful exertions in preserving his House
from fire, on Friday evening last.
John Gracy - Jamaica, Sep 19th, 1864
The sincere thanks of the subscriber are due, and are hereby tendered to the
Fire Department of this village and the Citizens generally for their
exertions in her behalf at the fire on Friday evening last.
Mrs. S.P. DAMON - Jamaica, Sept 19, 1864
Peck/Fosdick - In this village, on Thursday Sep 15, by the Rev. P D Oakey,
George L Peck and Fanny C, daughter of Hon. Morris Fosdick, all of this
O'BRIEN - in this village , on Sunday, 18th inst., Ann, wife of Terrence
O'Brien, and daughter of Thomas Higgins, age 28 years and 7 months. The
relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her
funeral this Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
STOOTHOFF - In this town, on the 12th inst., Jane, wife of John I Stoothoff,
in the 79th year of her age.
WILLIS - Near Jericho, Sept 14, Thomas Willis, aged 93 years.
LEWIS - At Glen Cove, Sept 17, Ezra F Lewis, aged 32 years.
LAYTON - Aug 31 at his father's residence near Jericho, Thomas J Layton, aged
24 years, son of Peter H Layton, of sickness brought on by exposure in the
army. This is the 2nd son Mr Layton has lost in this calamitous war.
3 Apr 1866
STOOTHOFF - At Springfield, on the 1st inst, John I Stoothoff, aged 87 years,
9 months and 10 days. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to
attend his funeral this Tuesday afternoon, at 1 o'clock from his late
residence, and from the Dutch Ref. Church, this village, at 2 o'clock.
GARRITY - On Thursday, March 29th, at Brooklyn, Edward Vincent Garrity, aged
1 year and 3 months, son of James and Mary A Garrity.
RUSHMORE - On Saturday, March 31, at Hempstead, Benjamin Rushmore, aged 81
years. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend his
funeral from his late residence, on Tuesday April 3, at 1 1-2 o'clock, and at
the Methodist Episcopal Church at 2 o'clock.
16 Dec 1879
STOOTHOFF - At Springfield, on Dec 10th 1879, Albert Stoothoff, aged 65
years, 3 months and 6 days.
MARTIN - At Queens, on Dec 10, 1879, Abram D Martin, in the 35th year of his age.
BEACH - At Orange, NJ, on Dec 12, 1879, Henry N Beach in the 55th year of his age.
3 Sept 1895
MURRAY - At Springfield, LI, on Sept 2, 1895, Mary, widow of Daniel Murray,
in the 88th year of her age. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral on Wednesday afternoon, 4th inst., at 3:30 o'clock,
from the Presbyterian church.
SMITH - On New York ave., near Locust ave on Sept 2, 1895, John B., son of
Thomas and Mary Smith, in the 35th year of his age. Relatives and friends
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday, 4th inst at 1
o'clock from his late residence, New York ave.
4 Nov 1890
MAGEE - In this village, Oct 31, 1890, Cornelia Estelle (Stella), daughter of
Catharine and the late John Magee, in the 18th year of her age.
WOOD - In this village, Oct 27, 1890, Charlotte M, widow of the late William
R Wood, in the 74th year of her age.
MURRAY - At Springfield, LI, Oct 28, 1890, Daniel Murray, in the 85th year of
23 Mar 1893
City parties are negotiating for the Bisbee property
Richard Kinsey is nursing his hand, the result of a felon.
Joseph Kinsey has taken a position with Woolley Bros at Jamaica.
Mrs. Smith Stringham has been very ill with pneumonia, but is now
Fire did $400 damage to the residence of Henry Mahler at Valley Stream,
Jacob Rusch has purchased a house and one acre of ground from Joseph
Welch on Cherry avenue for $1500.
Arthur Corwin, engineer of the Brooklyn Water Works, will remove to
Forest Stream, with his family.
William Hendrickson of Valley Stream, has accepted the clerkship resigned
by Wilbur Dennis in Roeckel's store.
Cal. Abrams of Pearsalls, has been transferred from night duty in the
tower there to the Valley Stream tower.
Miss Alida Foster, of Tuckertown, NJ, who has been visiting Simeon Watts,
has gone to Pearsalls to visit relatives there.
The Springfield Village Improvement Association will give a concert in
the lecture room of the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening.
A birthday surprise party was given Stephen Higbie on Thursday evening.
A large number of friends were present and enjoyed a very pleasant evening.
Rev. J J Moffit, a former pastor of Elmont M E Church, with his family
visited friends in this vicinity last week, receiving the most cordial
Henry Felton will doubtless receive the nomination for constable. He
has been elected several times and has made such an excellent officer that he
has a good chance for re-election this year. On Tuesday he went to
Poughkeepsie in charge of John Conrad Half for commitment to the asylum there.
We have had an unusally solemn week. On Monday the wife of Nicholas
Everitt was buried from her home, aged 66 years. Of a loving disposition she
had won the hearts of all her wide circle of acquaintances. Tuesday we had
the burial of the infant child of Wright Abrams. Wednesday gave us the
funeral of James Walrath. He had lived more than the allotted time without
experiencing any severe illness. Until a few days ago he was apparently in
good health. Mr. Walrath's only creed was to do all the good he could in the
world and he succeded in always gaining friends. He leaves a wife and
several grown children. The wife of Amaziah Foster, residing on Farmer's
ave, was stricken with paralysis on Tuesday and died Wednesday.
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