The Boonville Ledger - Feb 1853 - March 1855 The Boonville Ledger


       BURROWS William - m. Miss Mary Jane Carmichel all of Boonville, in Leyden at


       Hotel by Rev. E.S. Barnes (BL 26 Mar. 1853)

       BUTTS, Frances Amelia – the dau. of Thomas B. Butts, esq. of Boonville, m.

       George in Buss late

       of Sterling, Mass., in Boonville on 25th inst., by Rev. E.S. Barnes (BL 29

       April 1854)

       BUTTS, Hannah Ann - the dau. of Thomas B. Butts, esq., m. Benjamin E. Jones, all

       of Boonville, in Boonville on 27th inst. by Rev. E.S. Barnes (BL _Feb./Mar.

       1855 - date is cut off, last paper in Vol. III)

       CHILD,________ - the little son of Erastus Child, age 2 years, died in

       Whitestown, he fell into a pail of boiling water (BL 8 July 1854)

       CHURCHILL, Augusta – died in Boonville on 28th inst., “no age”,

      wife of Reuben

       Churchill, funeral tomorrow, Sunday in Alder Creek (BL 29 April 1854)

       CLARK, Cephas – died in West Turin on 1st inst., age 90 years, in the county 52

       years, one of the 1st settlers (BL 16 Dec. 1854)

       CLARK, Hulda R. – died in Constableville on Thursday 7th inst., age 25 yeas,

       wife of Lorenzo N. Clark.

       CLARK, J. Scott &#82l1; died Winona, Minn. Ten. On June 24, age 24 years, emigrated

       from Copenhagen, Lewis County in the spring of 1852 to improve his health (BL 12

       Aug. 1854)

       CLARK, Mary “Miss” – of Leyden, m. Edward Bush on the 4th inst.,

       by Rev. E.S.

       Barnes at his residence in this village (BL 7 Jan 1854)

       CLARK, Orson H. – of Turin, m. Miss Philemia C. Wood, of West Turin, in West

       Turin on 5th inst., by Rev. E.S. Barnes (BL 8 Oct 1853)

       CLARK, Prudence – died in Leyden on 8th inst., age 60 years, husband &#82l 1;

       Dennis Clark, “enjoyed New England privileges” (BL 16 July 1853)

       CLEMENS, Jacob A. – m. Miss Elizabeth L. Lints, all of Boonville, in this town

       on 3rd inst., by Rev. E.S. Barnes (BL 7 May 1853)

       CLEVELAND, Richard F. Rev. DD &#82l 1; died in Holland Patent on 1st inst., age 49

       years, Preacher 25 years, born CT., graduated from Yale & Princeton, Funeral on

       Tues., leaves 9 children: eldest dau. a missionary in India, one son is a

       minister (BL 8 Oct 1853) “Father of Pres. Grover Cleveland”

       COE, Brainard – died in Leyden on 3rd inst., age 84 years, came from New England

       to Lewis County at a very early date. (BL 10 Sept. 1853)

       COMBS, Abigail `Miss' - died Boonville age 67 years, wife of the late Solomon

       Combs, funeral

       tomorrow at Union Church (BL 8 April 1854)

       COMBS, Samuel E. - of Boonville, m. Miss Ladotia of Ava in this village on 1st

       inst.,byRev. E.S. Barnes (BL 4 Feb 1854)