~ 1879 Hunterdon County Democract



Jan. 16, by Rev. W. D. Roberts, assisted by Rev. P. A. Studdiford, D.D., James O. Bowne, of Lambertville, Addie May Throp, daughter of Mrs. R. V. Throp, of New Hope, Pa.

March 4, 1879, Forty First Vol., No. 28

Feb. 22, by Rev. Chas. H. Thomas, George E. Hoffman, of Lambertville, to Annie E. Tyson, of New Hope, Pa.

March 13, by Rev. C. H. Thomas, Lewis W. Bice, of New Hope, Pa., to Ellen M. Werts, of Lambertville.

June 25, by Rev. Chas. H. Thomas, John P. Dietz, of New Hope, Pa., to Elizabeth Price, of Lambertville.

In Lambertville, Oct. 11, by Rev. Chas. H. Thomas, Charles W. Denson, of New Hope, Pa., to Ida Price, of Lambertville.

Jan. 1, by Rev. B. F. Robb, John R. Johnson, of Lumberville, Pa., to Marietta Bodine, of Delaware township.

At Flemington, May 27, 1879, by Rev. R. Johns, Joseph Opdyke of Frenchtown, to Lu. H. Opdyke, of Erwinna, Bucks Co., Pa.

June 4, by Rev. Isaac M. Patterson, Howard Pursell, M. D., of Bristol, Pa., to Nellie C., daughter of the late Chas. Bartolette, of Milford.

August 9, by Rev. George Young, Tilghman Nonamaker to Jennie A. Dunlap, both of Point Pleasant, Pa.

August 7, by Henry P. Cullen, Esq., Jos. McLoan, of Raven Rock, to Mattie Martin, of Point Pleasant, Pa.

Oct. 23d, by Rev. Geo. Young, Philip K. Kretz, to Charlotte C., only daughter of Hon. L. B. La Barre, both of Bucks Co., Pa.


The death of Thomas J. Corson, a widely-known physician of Trenton, is announced. His decease occurred Sunday morning after a long and painful illness. He was born in New Hope, Penn., February 12, 1828, and was graduated as a physician from the University of Pennsylvania, and commenced to practice of medicine in Trenton in 1854. He was a member of Assembly, Physician of the New Jersey State Prison, Superintendent of the Public Schools of Trenton, and President of the New Jersey Medical Society.

Last Friday morning, Mrs. Jane Quigley died very suddenly at her residence in New Hope. She was about 70 years of age. - Her death was caused by hemorrhage of the lungs.

April 15, 1879, Forty First Vol., No. 34

The Last Queer One A Bristol paper announced the suicide by hanging of Thomas Konigmacher, of Upper Makefield, Bucks county, Pa. He was found hanging in the barn on the farm which was occupied by the eccentrics known in this city as the Konigmacher Brothers.... Charles, the other brother, died some years ago, leaving everything to Thomas, who has lived alone in his ridiculous way ever since, until, it is supposed, the very barrenness of his surroundings had driven to the fatal melancholy. - State Gazette

Mary Green, aged about seventy, was found dead at her residence in Prallsville, near Stockton, last Wednesday morning. She was lying on her face at the foot of the stairs, down which she had fallen. She had lived alone for a number of years and was reputed to be worth between five and six thousand dollars. Her brother lives in Doylestown, Pa.

At Point Pleasant, Pa., July 1, 1879, Elizabeth, wife of Rev. George Young, in the 74th year of her age. She was buried from the Sandy Ridge Baptist church July 4th.



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