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CABLE, ADAM marries Margaret Pupert. COU 1834 Ag 6 3:3
CABLE, ANN (T. Waterloo) marries Henry H. Refer. GAZ 1835 Ja 14 3:3
CABLE, POLLY (T. Junius) marries Norman Rose. GMA 1832 Je 6 3:3
CADWELL, WILLIAM J Imprisoned by legislature PAL 1824 Nv 25 3:2 ed.
CADWELL, WILLIAM J Released from jail. PAL 1824 Dc 2 3:3
CADY, CHOLET (0ntario C.) Appointed commissioner. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:3
CADY, MARTHA ANN (Mendon) Marries Asahel Beach. PAL 1826 Nv 15 3:3
CADY, MARVINS.(Rev.) Dies. GAZ 1823 Sp 17 3:2
CADY, MARVINS.(Rev.) Dies. PAL 1823 Sp 17 3:3
CADY, MARVINS.(Rev.) Honored in poem after death. GAZ 1823 Sp 24 3:2
CADY, WARREN (Gorham) Receives award for prize cow and calf. PAL 1823 Nv 19 2:4
CAHOON, JAMES (Steuben C.) Drowns in Seneca Lake. GAZ 1817 Ap 2 3:3
CAHOON, JAMES (T. Canadice) marries Jane Chamberlain. COU 1833 Fb 27 3:3
CAHOON, SALLY (Milo) Marries Benjamin Nicholas. PAL 1821 Jl 18 3:4
CAIRNS, ELIZABETH Administrators settle estate. GAZ 1813 Fb 3 3:3
CALDCLEUGH, JANE (Pa.) Marries Z. Barton Stout. GAZ 1824 Ag 4 2:5
CALDWELL, JOSEPH (G) Elected town assessor. GAZ 1812 Ap 22 3:1
CALHOUN, JOHN C. (Vice Pres.) coalition with Clay assailed. GMA 1833 Fb 20 2:6 ed.
CALHOUN, JOHN C. (Vice Pres.) connection with nullification advocates ridiculed. GAZ 1834 Fb 12 3:1 ed.
CALHOUN, JOHN C. (Vice Pres.) pamphlet refuting Jackson’s criticism published. COU 1831 Mr 9 1:4
CALHOUN, NATHAN (Boyle) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1811 Fb 27 3:2
CALHOUN, NATHAN (T. Pittsford) Appointed justice. GAZ 1820 My 3 3.2
CALKINS, EPHRAIM (Ontario C.) Appointed justice. GAZ 1819 Ap 14 3:2
CALKINS, EPHRAIM (T. Springwater) Appointed justice. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:2
CALKINS, JULIA (T. Phelps) marries Christian Probasco. GMA 1830 Je 2 3:3
CALKINS, SALLY Mrs. (Hector) Marries Derick Vorhees. GAZ 1815 Nv 29 3:3
CALL, CHANCY L. (T. Seneca Falls) marries Catharine C. Bates. GAZ 1836 Fb 10 3:3
CALLEN, ELIJAH (T. Canandaigua) dies. GAZ 1836 Sp 14 3:2
CAMCHOM, WILLIAM (Geneseo) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1811 Fb 27 3:2
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Appointed county clerk. GAZ 1810 Fb 28 3:1
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Appointed sheriff. GAZ 1817 Fb 19 3:1
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Attends state road convention. GGA 1826 Sp 6 2:6
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Authorized by R. Troup to sell land in Steuben and Allegany counties. GAZ 1815 Mr 29 3:3 adv.
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Daughter dies. GAZ 1810 My 16 3:3
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Land office announces death. GGA 1828 Ap 16 3:3
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Marries Francis Purdy. PAL 1825 Ja 12 3:4
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Nominated to assembly. GAZ 1818 Mr 11 3:1
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Real estate ad last appears. GAZ 1815 My 24 4:3 adv.
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Reappointed auctioneer. EXP 1807 Mr 4 3:2
CAMERON, DUGAL (Bath) Wife dies. GAZ 1822 Oc 9 3:3
CAMERON, ELIZA (Bath) Marries Franklin Whitney. PAL 1826 Sp 20 3:4
CAMERON, J. daughter dies. GAZ 1833 Ag 28 3:5
CAMERON, J. wife dies. GMA 1833 Ja 9 3:5
CAMERON, JENNET Dies. GAZ 1818 Dc 9 3:3
CAMERON, JOHN child dies. COU 1833 Ag 28 3:2
CAMERON, JOHN wife dies. COU 1833 Ja 9 3:4
CAMERON, JOHN (upholsterer) opens business. GMA 1831 Jl 20 3:5 adv.
CAMP MEETINGS Camp meeting scheduled. GGA 1826 Ag 23 3:3
CAMP MEETINGS Ontario District meetings scheduled. GMA 1830 Ag 4 3:3
CAMP MEETINGS Scheduled at Palmyra. GGA 1826 My 31 3:3
CAMP MEETINGS scheduled in Steuben County. GMA 1830 My 19 3:3
CAMP, GEORGE AVERY (G) Dies of bilious fever. GGA 1827 Jl 11 3:4
CAMP, GEORGE AVERY (G) Dies. PAL 1827 Jl 11 3:2
CAMP, HERMAN (Seneca C.) Commands troops from Seneca County. GAZ 1812 Sp 2 3:1
CAMP, HERMON (Trumansburg) Marries Mary Caroline Cook. GGA 1827 Ap 11 3:5
CAMP, Miss (teacher) named instructor of music at Geneva Female Seminary. COU 1832 Oc 24 3:4
CAMP, NATHAN (Broome C.) Schedules auction for repayment of mortgage, GAZ 1811 Jl 10 3:2
CAMP, WILLIAM (Broome C.) Schedules auction for repayment of mortgage. GAZ 1811 Jl 10 3:2
CAMP,Mrs. (Auburn) Dies. GAZ 1813 Ja 13 3:2
CAMPBELL, (Oswego--Gen.) Shot in pants while dueling General M'Donald. GAZ 1817 Fb 19 3:3
CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD (G) Commissioned coronet. PAL 1822 My 15 3:3
CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD (G) Daughter dies. GAZ 1822 Mr 27 3:4
CAMPBELL, C. (G) Elected fire warden. PAL 1823 My 7 3tl
CAMPBELL, C. (G) Elected fire warden. GAZ 1823 My 14 3:1
CAMPBELL, C. (G) Offers house for sale or rent. GMA 1829 Sp 2 3:4 adv.
CAMPBELL, CHARLES (T. Seneca) Deserts from military. GAZ 1813 Ag 11 3:3
CAMPBELL, CHRISTINA (Albany) Marries John H. Beach. GAZ 1811 Ap 17 3:2
CAMPBELL, CHRISTOPHER Infant son dies. GAZ 1819 Mr 17 3:4
CAMPBELL, CHRISTOPHER (mason) Daughter dies of measles. PAL 1822 Mr 27 3:4
CAMPBELL, CHRISTOPHER (mason) Denies existence of partnership. PAL 1824 Ap 14 3:5 adv.
CAMPBELL, CHRISTOPHER (mason) Denies partnership with S. Morrison. GAZ 1824 Ap 28 3:3
CAMPBELL, HIRAM (T. Seneca) Dies from dysentery. PAL 1820 Ag 30 3:2
CAMPBELL, HIRAM (T. Seneca) Marries Amelia Ann Edwards. GAZ 1821 Jl 25 3:3
CAMPBELL, HIRAM C. Mrs. Dies. GAZ 1820 Ag 9 3:5
CAMPBELL, JAMES Executed for treason and desertion. GAZ 1815 Ja 18 2:4
CAMPBELL, JAMES Found guilty of breech of promise. GAZ 1818 Jl 1 3:1
CAMPBELL, JOHN (T. Naples) marries Harriet Green. GMA 1833 Mr 27 3:3
CAMPBELL, JOHN L. Dies. GAZ 1809 Ag 30 3:3
CAMPBELL, SARAH (Vienna) marries Abraham Scott. GMA 1831 Ja 26 3:5
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM (G) Dies. GAZ 1810 Oc 10 3:1
CAMUS, Mr. (teacher) Announces French classes. GAZ 1825 Fb 2 3:4 adv.
CAMUS, Mr. (teacher) Announces reopening of school. PAL 1825 Je 22 3:4 adv.
CAMUS, Mr. (teacher) French school praised. PAL 1825 Mr 16 3:2 ed.
CAMUS, Mr. (teacher) French school supported and praised. PAL 1825 My 18 2:4 ed.
CANADA Carolina affair reported. GAZ 1837 Dc 27 2:6
CANADA Civil dissent discussed. GGA 1826 My 24 2:4
CANADA Emigrants unable to procure Canadian land titles. PAL 1826 Ja 4 3:1
CANADA power granted president to settle dispute discussed. COU 1839 Ap 30 2:6 ed.
CANADA U. S. interference in affairs criticized. GAZ 1838 Ja 24 2:4
CANADA U. S. military maneuvers reported. GAZ 1838 Fb 14 3:1
CANADEA, N.Y. Divided. GAZ 1815 Mr 8 3:2
CANADICE, N. Y. part of township annexed to Richmond. GAZ 1834 My 7 2:4
CANADICE, N. Y. Township created. GGA 1829 Je 10 1:6
CANAL BOAT LINES Cayuga County petition for closing. PAL 1825 Mr 2 3:3
CANAL BOAT LINES Company announces reopening for the season. GGA 1826 Fb 15 3:5 adv.
CANAL BOAT LINES Geneva Line opens for commercial trade. GGA 1829 Mr 25 2:2 adv.
CANAL BOAT LINES Operate on Erie Canal. PAL 1824 Mr 31 3:5 adv.
CANAL BOAT LINES Utica and Schenectady Boat Company announces schedule. GGA 1827 Ap 25 35 adv.
CANAL BOATS "Montezuma" launched on the Seneca River. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:4
CANAL BOATS "Montezuma" reaches Utica. GAZ 1820 My 17 3:2
CANAL BOATS "Remittance" reported on way to Albany carrying 40 tons. GGA 1828 Jl 9 2:6
CANAL BOATS “Urbana” carried over dam. GMA 1833 Je 5 3:1
CANAL BOATS “Yates” offered for sale. COU 1833 Jl 31 3:3 adv.
CANAL BOATS Method of towing without horses described. PAL 1828 Ap 2 2:2 ed.
CANAL BOATS Propelling spring invented. PAL 1822 Nv 20 3:4
CANAL BOATS Seneca Falls boat carries huge cargo. GMA 1829 Nv 11 3:2
CANALS Action of senate discussed. PAL 1825 Mr 30 3:3 ed.
CANALS Advantages and disadvantages discussed. PAL 1825 Oc 19 2:3
CANALS Advantages of canal project discussed. GAZ 1816 Mr 20 1:4
CANALS Advantages of Seneca LakeSusquehanna River Canal discussed. PAL 1826 Fb 1 3:3
CANALS Aid urged for company operating on Susquehanna River. GAZ 1817 Fb 26 2:5
CANALS Allegany County meeting promotes Genesee Canal. GMA 1829 Jl 15 3:2
CANALS Amendment of canal law printed. GGA 1827 Ap 18 2:2
CANALS Area conflict over proposed projects discussed. GMA 1829 Dc 9 3:1 ed.
CANALS Assembly receives report. GAZ 1819 Fb 3 3:2
CANALS Auburn citizens deliberate making a shunt canal to Erie Canal. GAZ 1820 Ag 23 3:1
CANALS Benefits considered. GAZ 1811 Mr 6 1:4
CANALS Benefits of Tioga and Chemung Canals discussed. GGA 1826 Jl 26 2:6
CANALS bids solicited for Crooked Lake Canal construction. GMA 1830 Sp 8 3:5 adv.
CANALS Bill authorizing surveys of canals becomes law. PAL 1824 My 19 2:5 ed.
CANALS Bill for connecting Seneca Lake and Tioga River passes. PAL 1824 Ap 14 3:3
CANALS Bill for Keuka Canal approved. GGA 1829 Ap 22 2:6 ed.
CANALS Bill passed to hire damage appraisers. GAZ 1825 Ap 27 2:4
CANALS Bill to connect Cayuga and Seneca Lakes passed. PAL 1825 Mr 23 3:1
CANALS Canadian project on St. Lawrence discussed. GGA 1825 Oc 19 1:5
CANALS Canal Board urged to act. GGA 1826 Je 7 3:1 ed.
CANALS Canal commissioners names listed. GAZ 1818 Mr 4 2:4
CANALS Canal connecting Seneca Lake with Susquehanna proposed. GAZ 1822 Ja 2 2:3
CANALS Canal connecting Susquehanna and Seneca Lake considered. GAZ 1822 Ja 2 3:1 ed.
CANALS Canals connecting Seneca Lake with Erie Canal supported. GAZ 1822 Ja 20 2:3 ed.
CANALS Canandaigua Lake-Erie Canal connection sought. GAZ 1834 Ja 8 3:2
CANALS Canandaigua Lake-Erie Canal linkup proposed. GAZ 1833 Nv 13 3:2
CANALS Canandaigua meeting discusses linkup with Erie Canal. GMA 1829 Dc 2 3:2
CANALS Cayuga Canal project employment opportunities discussed. GGA 1827 My 2 3:1
CANALS Chemung Canal approved. GGA 1829 My 20 2:3
CANALS Chenango Canal extension to Owego advocated. GMA 1829 Dc 23 3:2
CANALS Chenango Canal survey progresses. GMA 1829 Jl 8 3:3
CANALS Citizens discuss connecting Seneca Lake with Conhocton River. GGA 1827 Ja 31 2:5
CANALS Citizens support plans to connect Seneca Lake and Tioga River. PAL 1825 Ja 19 3:3
CANALS commerce increases. COU 1839 Je 4 2:5 ed.
CANALS commissioners consider Crooked Lake Canal proposal. GMA 1830 Jl 21 3:3
CANALS Commissioners for canal project meet in N.Y.C. GAZ 1816 Je 5 3:3
CANALS Commissioners for project appointed. GAZ 1816 My 1 3:2
CANALS Commissioners seek loan. GAZ 1817 Je 11 2:5
CANALS commissioners’ report printed. GMA 1831 Fb 2 2:2
CANALS Committee report printed. PAL 1827 Ja 31 3:1
CANALS Committee reports on Chenango Canal proposal. GGA 1827 Ap 11 2:5
CANALS Committee reports on improvements. PAL 1825 Mr 16 2:1
CANALS Committee submits funding bill. GAZ 1817 Ap 2 3:3
CANALS Congress considers linkage of Susquehanna River to Lake Ontario. PAL 1822 Fb 13 30
CANALS Congress hears petition for canal connecting Seneca Lake with Susquehanna River. GAZ 1822 Fb 13 3:1
CANALS congressional aid sought for Sodus Canal. GMA 1830 Ja 6 3:3
CANALS Conhocton RiverSeneca Lake canal proposed. GAZ 1822 Jl 10 3:4
CANALS Connection between Conhocton River and Seneca Lake considered. GAZ 1824 Ja 14 3:2
CANALS Connection between Seneca Lake and Erie Canal considered. PAL 1824 Dc 16 3:3
CANALS Connection between Seneca Lake and Newton recommended. PAL 1826 Ap 5 2:4
CANALS Connection between Seneca Lake and Tioga River Petitioned. PAL 1826 Ja 25 2:3
CANALS Connection of Allegany River with Erie Canal supported . PAL 1825 Je 29 2:4 ed.
CANALS Connection to Seneca Lake supported by "Argus." PAL 1825 Ja 19 3:4
CANALS Connections with Seneca Lake discussed. GAZ 1822 Dc 25 2:3
CANALS Construction between Ontario and Steuben discussed. PAL 1823 Ja 29 2 : 3
CANALS Construction estimate for Keuka Canal mentioned. GGA 1829 Ap 15 3:1
CANALS Construction of canals between Erie Canal and Pennsylvania desired. GGA 1828 Dc 24 3:1 ed.
CANALS Construction of Crooked Lake Canal approved. GGA 1829 My 20 2:3
CANALS construction of Sodus Bay-Erie Canal linkup scheduled. GAZ 1836 Dc 28 2:6 ed.
CANALS Construction of Sodus Canal supported. GGA 1827 Sp 26 2:3 ltr.
CANALS Convention of delegates supporting Sodus Canal held. GGA 1828 Sp 10 3:3
CANALS Correspondents evaluate Chemung and Chenango canal projects. GGA 1826 Ap 26 3:1
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal completed. COU 1833 Oc 23 2:3
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal completed. GAZ 1833 Oc 23 2:7
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal construction plans discussed. GMA 1831 Fb 2 2:3
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal nears completion. COU 1833 Ag 14 2:3 ed.
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal nears opening. GAZ 1833 Jl 31 3:2
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal preparing for navigation. GAZ 1833 Ag 14 3:2
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal progress desired. GMA 1830 My 12 2:5 ltr.
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal project approved. GMA 1830 Ag 25 3:2
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal report discussed. GMA 1830 Ap 14 3:2
CANALS Crooked Lake Canal’s influence on area economy discussed. COU 1833 My 15 2:4 ed.
CANALS date set for spring opening. GMA 1830 Mr 31 3:2
CANALS description detailed. GMA 1831 Dc 21 3:1
CANALS directors of Sodus Canal Company named. GAZ 1836 Sp 28 2:7
CANALS discussed by Governor Seward. GAZ 1839 Ja 9 1:3
CANALS Discussed in governor's message. GGA 1829 Ja 14 1:2
CANALS Discussion of canal between Erie Canal and southern waters held. GAZ 1822 Ja 16 3:1
CANALS Discussion of linkage of Canandaigua with Erie Canal scheduled. GAZ 1823 Dc 3 24
CANALS Ditch from Bath to Cayuga Lake requested. PAL 1827 Fb 7 1:5
CANALS Duties and powers of canal commissioners reported. GAZ 1816 My 15 2:5
CANALS Effects of Welland on Erie discussed. PAL 1826 Mr 15 3:1 ed.
CANALS engineer’s report on Crooked Lake Canal printed. GMA 1830 My 19 2:3
CANALS Erie Canal connection with southern waters discussed. GAZ 1822 Ja 16 3:1
CANALS Erie CanalSodus Bay hookup urged. GGA 1826 My 10 3:2 ltr.
CANALS Erie CanalSodus Bay linkup promoted. GGA 1826 Je 28 3:3 ltr.
CANALS Favorable act of legislature predicted. PAL 1825 Ap 13 3:3 ed.
CANALS Feasibility of connecting Atlantic and Pacific oceans discussed. PAL 1824 Dc 2 2:4
CANALS federal aid sought for Sodus Canal project. GMA 1830 Fb 3 2:4
CANALS Feeder intersecting Erie Canal at Palmyra discussed. GAZ 1822 Ag 21 3:2
CANALS Funds appropriated for completion of Cayuga and Seneca canal. GGA 1827 Ap 18 2:3
CANALS Genesee canal project supported. GMA 1829 Ag 12 2:6
CANALS Genesee petition presented to legislature. GMA 1830 Ja 6 2:5
CANALS Genesee project praised. GGA 1829 Jl 1 3:1
CANALS Governor of Ohio recommends aid to New York canal project. GAZ 1817 Ja 29 3:2
CANALS Governor Tompkin's opposition to project given. GAZ 1816 My 1 3:2
CANALS Hector residents discuss Seneca LakeLake Ontario connection. PAL 1822 Ja 30 2:5
CANALS Improvement of Erie CanalCayuga Lake connection favored. GAZ 1825 Fb 9 3;1 ed.
CANALS Incorporation of Ithaca company planned. GGA 1828 Ja 16 3:2
CANALS Inland navigation commission applies to Congress for funds. GAZ 1817 Ja 8 2:3
CANALS Internal navigation commission appoints fundraisers. GAZ 1816 Ag 7 3:3
CANALS Internal navigation commission reports progress and appoints surveyors. GAZ 1816 Ag 28 3:3
CANALS Internal navigation commission visits Geneva. GAZ 1816 Ag 14 3:1
CANALS IthacaOwego Canal engineer reports findings. GGA 1825 Ag 24 3:1
CANALS Judge Church to draft Genesee Canal memorial. GGA 1825 Nv 23 2:6
CANALS lack of authorization halts Sodus Canal construction. GMA 1832 Fb 22 3:4 ed.
CANALS Lake OntarioSusquehanna River linkup through Seneca Lake advocated. PAL 1821 Dc 19 3:3
CANALS Law requiring maps of routes proposed. PAL 1827 Oc 17 2:1
CANALS Legislature appoints commission to supervise canal construction. GAZ 1811 My 8 1:4
CANALS Legislature considers bill creating commission to construct canal. GAZ 1811 Mr 20 2:3
CANALS Legislature passes act for connection to Lake Ontario. PAL 1824 Dc 9 3:2
CANALS Legislature passes canal bill. GAZ 1817 Ap 23 2:5
CANALS Legislature passes canal construction act. GAZ 1817 My 7 2:2
CANALS Legislature petitioned concerning Clyde & Sodus Canal. GGA 1826 Dc 27 2:4
CANALS Link between Conhocton River and Seneca Lake discussed. GGA 1828 Ja 2 3:1
CANALS Link between Seneca and Keuka Lakes sought. GGA 1829 Ap 8 3:1
CANALS Link between Sodus Say and Erie Canal planned. GGA 1829 Ja 21 3:2
CANALS Link between Susquehanna and Seneca Lake suggested. PAL 1822 Ap 10 3:1 ed.
CANALS liquor abuse by construction workers denounced. GMA 1830 My 19 2:5 ltr.
CANALS loans incurred for Chenango and Chemung Canals. GMA 1833 Je 12 3:1
CANALS Local counties debate on Chemung and Crocked Lake Canals. GGA 1829 Ja 28 3:1
CANALS Local men plan to unite Seneca Lake and Chemung River. GAZ 1815 Ja 18 1:1
CANALS M. Van Buren’s role in development recounted. GMA 1831 My 18 3:3 ltr.
CANALS Meeting held to discuss connection with Seneca Lake. PAL 1823 Dc 17 3:4
CANALS Meeting on canal project reported. GAZ 1816 Fb 21 3:1
CANALS Meeting scheduled to discuss Conhocton and Seneca Canal. GGA 1828 Jl 2 3:2
CANALS mismanagement charged. GZT 1839 My 15 3:3
CANALS Navigation to Seneca Lake discussed. PAL 1822 Dc 25 2:4
CANALS Necessity around Niagara Falls discussed. GGA 1826 Fb 22 3:1
CANALS Necessity of Keuka Canal questioned. GGA 1829 Ap 15 3:2 ltr.
CANALS New York loan policy praised. GGA 1829 Jl 1 2:5
CANALS New York State Bank grants loan. GAZ 1817 Jl 2 3:1
CANALS Newspapers debate Erie CanalSusquehanna River hookup. GGA 1827 My 9 3.I ed.
CANALS obstructions to Crooked Lake Canal examined. GMA 1830 Fb 3 3:1 ed.
CANALS official report of expenditures summarized. GMA 1831 Mr 23 2:6
CANALS officials appointed. GMA 1831 Mr 16 3:4
CANALS Ohio legislature plans to aid canal project. GAZ 1817 Mr 26 1:4
CANALS Onondaga County Canal proposed. GGA 1826 Fb 1 3:1 ed.
CANALS Ontario County group supports canal project. GAZ 1817 Ja 22 2t2
CANALS opening date set. GZT 1839 Ap 10 2:5
CANALS outstanding debts listed. COU 1839 Oc 22 2:1
CANALS Parties interested in Conhocton and Seneca Canal meet. GGA 1828 Jl 23 2:6
CANALS passage of Chenango Canal bill praised. COU 1832 Mr 14 2:5 ed.
CANALS Pennsylvania governor urges legislative support for Seneca-Chemung canal. GAZ 1816 Dc 25 3:1
CANALS Pennsylvania legislature authorizes study of Seneca Lake-Tioga River project, GAZ 1817 My 28 3:1
CANALS Pennsylvania project necessitates Chemung and Chenango Canal construction. GGA 1827 Ap 25 3:1 ed.
CANALS Pennsylvania support of Seneca-Susquehanna canal reported. GAZ 1816 Ap 3 2:4
CANALS petition for canal between Little Lake and Keuka Lake received. COU 1832 Fb 1 2:2
CANALS Petition for ConhoctonSeneca Canal printed. GGA 1828 Ja 16 2:3
CANALS Plans for canal using Seneca Lake system discussed. GAZ 1820 Ag 2 3tl
CANALS Potential state projects discussed. GGA 1826 Ap 5 1:5
CANALS potential value of Sodus Canal assessed. GMA 1831 Jl 27 3:1 ltr.
CANALS Progress in construction reported. PAL 1825 Je 29 4:2
CANALS Progress in construction reported. PAL 1825 Je 22 4:2
CANALS projected canal from Montezuma to Lake Ontario discussed. GMA 1831 Ag 17 2:5
CANALS Projects discussed. GGA 1826 Ap 19 1:5
CANALS Promotion of Genesee Canal discussed. GGA 1827 Mr 28 3:3
CANALS Proposed Canandaigua LakeErie Canal linkup gains support. GMA 1829 Dc 9 2:6
CANALS Proposed Genesee project supported. GMA 1829 Dc 30 3:2 ed.
CANALS Provisions for completion of Cayuga and Seneca canal praised. GGA 1827 Ap 18 3:1 ed.
CANALS Public sentiment on Seneca-Tioga canal expressed. GAZ 1817 Ap 16 1:3
CANALS reasons for Sodus Bay-Erie Canal connection recited. GMA 1832 Fb 8 3:3
CANALS redemption of stock discussed. GAZ 1833 Sp 18 3:2
CANALS Report favor construction of Sodus Canal. GGA 1828 Jl 16 2:4 ltr
CANALS Report on feasibility and funding of projects printed. GAZ 1816 Ap 3 2:3
CANALS Report on improving navigation to Seneca Lake given. PAL 1825 Fb 9 2:4
CANALS Report on New York Canals printed. GGA 1828 Fb 13 2:3
CANALS resolutions to construct Panama Canal printed. GZT 1839 My 1 2:6
CANALS Route from Erie Canal to Seneca Lake surveyed. PAL 1825 Je 15 2:4
CANALS Route surveys discussed. GGA 1826 Ap 26 1:5
CANALS Senators criticized for voting against local canal. GAZ 1825 Mr 16 2:5 ed.
CANALS Seneca and Cayuga Canal obstructed. GGA 1827 Ap 11 3:1
CANALS Seneca Lake and Chemung River connection proposed. PAL 1825 Mr 9 2:3
CANALS Seneca Lake serves as link. GMA 1833 My 22 3:2 ed.
CANALS Seneca Lake- Tioga River project advocated. GAZ 1817 My 28 3 : I ed.
CANALS Seneca LakeBath Canal proposal criticized. GGA 1827 Fb 14 3:1 ed.
CANALS Seneca LakeConhocton River connection criticized. GGA 1827 Ja 31 3:2 1tr.
CANALS Seneca LakeErie Canal connection considered. PAL 1822 Dc 25 2:4
CANALS Seneca River to Sodus Bay project proposed. GAZ 1835 Mr 4 3:1
CANALS Seneca RiverLake Ontario connection authorized. PAL 1828 Ap 16 1:5
CANALS ship canal to Sodus Bay advocated. GAZ 1836 Nv 2 3:1 ed.
CANALS Sodus BayErie Canal hookup advocated. GGA 1826 My 17 3:2 ltr.
CANALS Sodus Canal business meeting reported. GGA 1828 Sp 17 2:6
CANALS Sodus Canal Company offers stock for sale. GMA 1832 Ja 4 3:5 adv.
CANALS Sodus Canal Company seeks incorporation. GGA 1829 Fb 11 3:1
CANALS Sodus Canal Company stock endorsed. GMA 1832 Fb 8 2:6 ed.
CANALS Sodus Canal considered possible water power source. GMA 1832 Fb 15 2:6 ltr.
CANALS Sodus Canal plans to open. GGA 1829 My 13 3:2
CANALS Sodus Canal promoted. GGA 1829 Je 24 3:1
CANALS Sodus Canal proposal supported. GGA 1826 My 17 3:1 ed.
CANALS Sodus Canal stock offered for sale. GAZ 1836 Ag 10 2:5 adv.
CANALS Sodus company incorporated GGA 1829 My 20 2:3
CANALS Southern tier canal project discussed. GGA 1826 Ag 30 3:1
CANALS Southern tier projects discussed. GGA 1826 Sp 6 2:3
CANALS State committee reports total expenditures. GGA 1828 Fb 20 30
CANALS State fund created. GAZ 1817 My 7 2:2
CANALS State policy discussed. PAL 1822 My 22 2:5
CANALS Steuben County lands donated to aid canal project. GAZ 1820 Fb 2 3.1
CANALS Survey for construction from Newton to Seneca Lake. GAZ 1824 Ap 14 3:2
CANALS Survey of canal between Seneca and Cayuga Lakes requested. PAL 1824 Mr 3 3i3
CANALS Survey of canal from Seneca to Cayuga Lake requested. PAL 1824 Mr 3 3:3
CANALS survey of Canandaigua Lake-Erie Canal route authorized. GAZ 1834 Mr 5 2:3
CANALS Survey of Crooked Lake Canal route commences. GMA 1829 Sp 2 2:4
CANALS Survey of Erie CanalSusquehanna River routes authorized. GGA 1826 Ap 19 3:1
CANALS Survey of route from Seneca Lake to Tioga River given . PAL 1825 Ag 31 3:3
CANALS Survey to connect Seneca Lake to Erie Canal printed. GAZ 1825 Fb 9 2:1
CANALS Susquehanna RiverSeneca Lake connection recommended. GAZ 1824 Ja 14 3:3 ed.
CANALS Susquehanna-Great Lakes steamboat link advocated. COU 1833 Nv 6 2:1
CANALS toll collectors and superintendents named. COU 1836 Ap 6 2:5
CANALS toll revenues decline. GZT 1839 My 15 2:6
CANALS Union Canal reported navigable. GGA 1827 Jl 4 3:2
CANALS Water supply for proposed Clyde Canal discussed. GGA 1827 my 2 3:1 ed.
CANALS Waterloo residents support aid for Sodus Canal project. GMA 1830 Ja 27 3:1
CANALS Watson's book on canal policy criticized. GAZ 1820 Je 21 2:3 ltr.
CANALS Whigs blamed for disorder in operations. GZT 1839 My 1 3:1 ed.
CANALS Whiskey distribution to construction workers criticized. GGA 1829 Je 24 3:2 ed.
CANALS Writer Watson argues history of canal Policy. GAZ 1820 Je 21 3:1 ltr.
CANALS—Geneva "New York Statesman" advocates Seneca LakeErie Canal connection. GAZ 1825 Ja 26 2:4 ed.
CANALS—Geneva Canal connecting Susquehanna and Seneca Lake considered. GAZ 1822 Ja 2 3:1 ed.
CANALS—Geneva Canal for Seneca Lake proposed. GAZ 1820 Jl 19 3:4
CANALS—Geneva Citizens discuss Seneca LakeErie Canal connection. PAL 1822 Ja 9 3:3
CANALS—Geneva Citizens meet to discuss improvements. PAL 1824 Ja 7 3:3
CANALS—Geneva Discussion of canal connecting Erie Canal and Seneca Lake held. GAZ 1822 Dc 18 3:1
CANALS—Geneva Editor supports proposal to connect Seneca Lake with Erie Canal. GAZ 1822 Ja 20 3:1 ed.
CANALS—Geneva Geneva and Ithaca papers engaged in project dispute. GGA 1826 Ap 12 3:1 ed.
CANALS—Geneva Geneva forecasted to benefit economically. GGA 1829 My 20 3:2 ed.
CANALS—Geneva Geneva Ithaca rivalry continues. GGA 1827 My 23 3:1 ed.
CANALS—Geneva Governor Clinton advocates Seneca LakeErie Canal connection. GAZ 1825 Ja 12 2:3
CANALS—Geneva Group discusses Erie CanalSeneca Lake connection. GAZ 1822 Dc 25 2:3
CANALS—Geneva Legislature petitioned for Erie Canal shunt to Seneca Lake. GAZ 1824 Dc 29 2:4
CANALS—Geneva Maryland commissioners consider Susquehanna River GAZ 1824 Ja 14 3:2
CANALS—Geneva Newspaper supports canal connecting Seneca Lake with Erie Canal. GAZ 1822 Ja 20 2:3 ed.
CANALS—Geneva Petition backs Seneca LakeErie Canal connection. GAZ 1825 Fb 2 2:1
CANALS—Geneva Proposed canal connecting Seneca Lake with Susquehanna discussed. GAZ 1822 Ja 2 2:3
CANALS—Geneva Proposed canal effects on Ithaca discussed. GAZ 1823 Dc 10 2:3
CANALS—Geneva Public discusses Seneca LakeErie Canal connection. GAZ 1824 Dc 15 3:3
CANALS—Geneva Seneca Lake connection. GAZ 1824 Ja 14 3:2
CANALS—Geneva Subscription sale of stock hold in Geneva. GGA 1829 My 20 3:2
CANALS—Geneva Susquehanna River Seneca Lake connection advocated. GAZ 1824 Ja 14 3:3 ed.
CANANDAIGUA ACADEMY endowment reported. GAZ 1837 My 10 2:7
CANANDAIGUA ACADEMY examinations praised. GMA 1832 My 2 2:6
CANANDAIGUA AND GENEVA RAILROAD Incorporated. GGA 1828 Ap 30 2:6
CANANDAIGUA CHRONICLE (newspaper) Discontinues publication. GGA 1828 Fb 13 2.6
CANANDAIGUA INSURANCE COMPANY Loses $6,000 to steam mill destruction. GGA 1826 Ag 30 3:2
CANANDAIGUA LAKE Company to connect lake with canal incorporated. PAL 1824 Ja 7 3:3
CANANDAIGUA LAKE Residents petition Ontario Canal Company for damages. PAL 1824 Fb 25 3:3
CANANDAIGUA REPOSITORY criticizes Albany newspaper. COU 1833 Ap 24 2:4
CANANDAIGUA REPOSITORY (newspaper) Cautions public against peddlers. GAZ 1824 Ag 25 2:4
CANANDAIGUA SAFETY AND RELIEF COMMITTEE Lists donors. GAZ 1814 Mr 2 3:3
CANANDAIGUA YOUNG MEN’S TEMPERENCE SOCIETY appeal to Ontario County youth printed. GMA 1830 Fb 10 1:5 ltr.
CANANDAIGUA, N. Y. Defended as rightful county seat. GAZ 1820 Oc 25 3:1 ltr.
CANANDAIGUA, N. Y. described. GMA 1830 Dc 29 1:5
CANANDAIGUA, N. Y. Incorporation amendment passed. GAZ 1820 Jl 12 3:3
CANANDAIGUA, N. Y. Mistakes in incorporation act corrected. GAZ 1821 Mr 7 3:2
CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.—ORDINANCES Bylaws about stray hogs reported. PAL 1823 Jl 30 3:1
CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. Incorporation of town argued against in assembly. GAZ 1812 Mr 18 2:3
CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. Legislature receives petition to incorporate Town of Canandaigua. GAZ 1812 Fb 19 2:4
CANANDAIGUA-GENEVA RAILROAD incorporation act passed. COU 1831 My 11 2:6 ed.
CANANDAIGUA-GENEVA RAILROAD meeting scheduled involving town citizens. GMA 1831 Sp 14 3:3
CANANDAIGUA-GENEVA RAILROAD stock sale commences. COU 1831 Je 15 2:5
CANCER Cure described. GAZ 1814 Jl 13 1:2 ltr.
CANCER Cure described. GAZ 1817 Je 18 1:3
CANCER Cure discussed. GAZ 1815 Ag 30 3:1
CANCER Cure given. GAZ 1817 Dc 17 3:2
CANCER Home remedy given. PAL 1823 Je 25 3:3
CANCER J. Hall dies. PAL 1821 Dc 5 3:4
CANCER Law to cure disease desired. GGA 1829 Nv 25 2:5
CANCER Plant recommended as cure. GAZ 1817 Je 25 1:5
CANDON, ISAAC (Romulus) Dies from falling tree. PAL 1820 Nv 1 3:1
CANE, MARY ANN (Benton) Marries Abner Pierce. GAZ 1814 Mr 2 3:3
CANFIELD, AMANDA (Cortland C.) Marries James Jones. GGA 1826 Nv 10 3:3
CANFIELD, BENJAMIN (Canandaigua) Child dies. GAZ 1816 Fb 14 3:3
CANFIELD, EMILY (T. Canandaigua) marries Sylvester Loversy. GAZ 1835 My 27 3:2
CANFIELD, HARVEY (Canandaigua) Marries Sally Root. GAZ 1818 Fb 18 3:3
CANFIELD, IRENE (T. Farmington) marries James Duffin. GMA 1830 Fb 10 3:5
CANFIELD, LEVI (T. Canandaigua) marries Mariam Cox. COU 1833 Fb 6 3:3
CANFIELD, LEVI (T. Canandaigua) marries Mariam Cox. GMA 1833 Fb 13 3:5
CANFIELD, SAMUEL (T. Fayette) marries Eliza M’Dowell. GMA 1830 Mr 24 3:3
CANFIELD, TITUS (T. Bloomfield) Elected justice of the peace. PAL 1827 Nv 21 2:4
CANFIELD, TITUS (T. Bloomfield) Elected justice. GGA 1827 Nv 28 3:4
CANISTRO, N. Y. Divided. GAZ 1820 My 10 2:5
CANNIFF, ELEANOR (T. Seneca) Marries Truman Hall. GAZ 1815 Mr 8 3:3
CANNING & PRESERVING preservation of apples in corn recommended. GMA 1830 Ja 13 1:6
CANNING & PRESERVING use of lime to preserve eggs reported. GAZ 1836 Ag 10 2:7 ltr.
CANNING & PRESERVING use of sand to keep fruit fresh explained. COU 1831 Oc 5 3:2
CANNING & PRESERVING zinc’s benefits as a food container given. COU 1831 Sp 14 3:1
CANNING AND PRESERVING A way to preserve meat through the summer given. GAZ 1818 My 6 1:5
CANNING AND PRESERVING Acid for preserving meat advertised. GAZ 1822 Ja 23 3:4 adv.
CANNING AND PRESERVING Apple storage in grain lauded. GGA 1828 Jl 2 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Curing meat with chemicals advocated over smoking. GGA 1825 Oc 19 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Described for cucumbers. GMA 1829 Ag 26 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Experiment on preserving apples performed. GMA 1829 Nv 4 3:1
CANNING AND PRESERVING Method of preserving eggs described. GGA 1828 Sp 10 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Methods for meat detailed. GMA 1829 Oc 30 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Of apples described. GMA 1829 Oc 7 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Pickling meat discussed. GGA 1826 Nv 15 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Preservation of beef explained. GAZ 1816 Dc 4 1:5
CANNING AND PRESERVING Preservation of currants discussed. GGA 1827 Jl 11 2:5
CANNING AND PRESERVING Proper temperature for food discussed. GGA 1825 Sp 21 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Protection of food from flies described. GMA 1829 Jl 29 1:6
CANNING AND PRESERVING Use of charcoal as ham preservative explained. GAZ 1820 Oc 4 1:5
CANNON, HARRIET M. (T. Phelps) Marries David Berdan. GGA 1828 Oc 22 3:4
CANNON. JOHN (dyer) Commences business in Geneva. PAL 1827 Ag 1 3:2 adv.
CANTINE, JOHN Assigned command of artillery battalion. GAZ 1819 Dc 1 3:3
CANTINE, JOHN Assigned to command troops. GAZ 1820 Oc 11 3:3
CANTINE, JOHN Attends state road convention. GGA 1826 Sp 6 2:6
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT abolishment supported. GAZ 1835 Ag 19 2:4 ed.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT British spy hung at Sackett's Harbor. GAZ 1813 My 5 1:4
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Constitutionality of execution discussed. PAL 1828 Mr 12 2:4 ed.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT crimes punishable by death listed. GAZ 1835 Ag 5 2:7
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Effectiveness evaluated. GMA 1829 Jl 29 2:6
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT first public execution in Tompkins County reported. GMA 1832 Fb 22 2:5 ed.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Huge crowd assembles at R. Douglass' hanging. GAZ 1825 My 11 2:3
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT J. Andrews hung. GAZ 1811 Sp 11 2:3
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT J. strong hanged for Whipple’s murder. PAL 1827 Ag 29 2:5
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT law abolishing executions commended. GAZ 1835 My 13 2:4 ed.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT limitations suggested by Governor Throop. GMA 1831 Ja 12 2:6
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT New York City editor opposes executions. GGA 1826 Fb 15 3:2
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Public spectacle of G. Chapman's death denounced. GGA 1829 Je 3 3:1 ed.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT R . Douglass hanged in Bath. PAL 1825 My 18 3:1
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Scheduled for A. Thompson. PAL 1822 Je 19 3:1
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Stueben County woman scheduled to be hung. GMA 1830 Je 16 3:1
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Swearingen scheduled to die. GMA 1829 Sp 30 3:3
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Swearingen's death detailed. GMA 1829 Oc 14 3:3
CAPRON, JULIA ANN (T. Manchester) marries Simeon Dennis. GAZ 1836 Dc 7 3:2
CARD, POLY (Snell) Marries Isr'l Hubbard. GAZ 1809 Nv 1 3:3
CAREY & GUSTINE (tailor shop) firm commences. COU 1833 Ag 21 3:3 adv.
CAREY & GUSTINE (tailor shop) partnership dissolved. COU 1833 Dc 18 3:3
CAREY, DAVID infant dies. GAZ 1834 Ap 2 3:4
CAREY, DAVID (G) Marries Ann Maria Ware. GGA 1829 Mr 4 3:5
CAREY, DAVID (tailor) dissolves partnership J. W. Ownes. GMA 1832 My 9 3:6
CAREY, DAVID (tailor) dissolves partnership with W. Gustine. COU 1833 Dc 18 3:3
CAREY, JOSEPH (Albion) marries Charlotte Gragg. COU 1831 Jl 27 3:3
CAREY, MR. (tailor) dissolves partnership with Owen. GMA 1831 My 25 3:5 adv.
CARGILL, NATHAN (JR.) (T. Richmond) marries Polly Woodruff. GMA 1830 Mr 31 3:4
CARLISLE, DAVID (G) Daughter dies. GAZ 1814 Mr 30 3:3
CARLISLE, DAVID (G) Offers reward for runaway apprentice. GAZ 1813 My 19 3:2
CARLISLE, JOHN C. (Herkimer) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1815 Ag 16 3:4
CARLOUGH, ROXANIA (T. Hopewell) marries Moses Cook. GAZ 1836 Ag 10 3:2
CARLTON, SALLY Mrs. (G) Dies. GAZ 1817 Ja 29 3:3
CARMAN, MARY (Canandaigua) Marries William B. Williamson. GAZ 1824 Mr 31 3:2
CARMAN, SAMUEL (cobbler) Offers reward for recovery of stolen property. PAL 1823 Ag 13 3:5
CARNAHAN, WILLIAM (Geneseo) Appointed commissioner. GAZ 1818 Jl 1 3:1
CARNAHAN, WILLIAM (Geneseo) Appointed Ontario County justice of the peace. GAZ 1815 My 24 3:1
CARNIKE, ELIZA (Tyre ) Marries Simeon Owen. GGA 1829 My 6 3:3
CARNRIKE, MARY (Waterloo) Marries Jesse Packer. GGA 1828 Fb 13 3:2
CAROTHERS, E. W. (T. Phelps) marries Phebe A. Burch. GZT 1839 Jl 10 3:4
CAROTHERS, ELMIRA (T. Phelps) dies. GAZ 1837 Sp 27 3:3
CAROTHERS, HIRAM B. (T. Manchester) marries Lazy Robinson. GMA 1830 Fb 10 3:5
CAROTHERS, MARY Mrs. dies. GZT 1839 My 29 3:2
CARPENTER, A. B. (T. Hopewell) marries Jane L. Rowley. GMA 1830 Ag 4 3:3
CARPENTER, AMIRA (Elmira) Marries Robert H. Thompson. GAZ 1819 Ja 6 3:5
CARPENTER, ANDERSON (Bath) Killed by falling tree. GAZ 1817 Mr 19 3:3
CARPENTER, BETSEY (Bath) Marries William Purdy. GAZ 1817 Jl 25 3:4
CARPENTER, CLARINDA (Cazenovia) Marries William I. Hough. PAL 1821 Fb 21 3:3
CARPENTER, ELIJAH (Elmira) Marries Elvira Baldwin. GAZ 1813 Nv 10 3:2
CARPENTER, GEORGE (Hopewell) Wife dies. GGA 1828 Nv 12 3:4
CARPENTER, HENRY Escapes custody. GAZ 1823 Ja 22 3:3
CARPENTER, HULDAH (T. Ovid) marries Nelson Cole. GMA 1830 Sp 29 3:5
CARPENTER, JAMES (Ohio) marries Frances C. Saltonstall. GAZ 1835 My 6 2:5
CARPENTER, JAMES (Ohio) marries Polly Bigelow. GMA 1831 Jl 27 3:4
CARPENTER, JAMES (T. Phelps) marries Polly Bigelow. COU 1831 Jl 27 3:3
CARPENTER, JESSE (Elmira) Marries Emma Sayre. GAZ 1810 Jl 11 2:4
CARPENTER, JOSHUA A. (Sparta) Receives award for quality linen cloth. GAZ 1819 Nv 17 3:2
CARPENTER, MARGARET (Hopewell) dies. GAZ 1834 Oc 22 3:2
CARPENTER, MATTHEW Nominated for assemblyman. EXP 1808 Ap 6 3:2
CARPENTER, MILTON (student) Ability as public speaker lauded. PAL 1824 Ag 18 3:3 ltr.
CARPENTER, MILTON (student) Delivers speech at Geneva Academy. GAZ 1824 Ag 18 2:4
CARPENTER, MILTON B. (T. Hopewell) dies. GMA 1831 Oc 19 3:4
CARPENTER, PELL S. (Ontario C.) Exemption from imprisonment sought. PAL 1827 Jl 18 3:1
CARPENTER, RICE B. (T. Ovid) marries Angeline Pierce. GMA 1830 Sp 29 3:5
CARPENTER, ROSWELL (T. Jerusalem) Sheriff's sale of property scheduled. GAZ 1816 Oc 9 3;3
CARPENTERS Waterloo convention proceedings reported. GAZ 1837 Fb 22 2:7
CARR, CYNTHIA (T. Canandaigua) Marries William Maltby. GMA 1829 Nv 25 3:4
CARR, DUDLEY C. (T. Canandaigua) Dies. GGA 1826 Ja 4 3:3
CARR, EDSON (Canandaigua) Marries Mary W. Beals. PAL 1827 Nv 21 3:2
CARR, ELIZABETH (T. Canandaigua) marries Solomon Chatfield. GMA 1833 Fb 13 3:5
CARR, HENRY (T. Junius) marries Susan Powell. GMA 1832 Ja 25 3;5
CARR, JOHN (Canandaigua) Marries Lucy Sanger. GAZ 1818 My 20 3:3
CARR, MARY D. Mrs. (G) Marries George Mumford. PAL 1819 Nv 24 3:4
CARR, S. T. (Dr.) marries Ellen Eliza Wilson. GMA 1831 Je 22 3:4
CARR, S. T. (Dr.) marries Ellen Eliza Wilson. COU 1831 Je 22 3:3
CARR, SMITH (G) Marries Betsey Whitney. GAZ 1822 Ap 17 3:3
CARR, SYLVESTER P. (Canandaigua) Becomes physician. PAL 1824 Jl 14 3:1
CARR, THOMAS (T. Seneca Falls) marries Margaret Anderson. GMA 1832 Nv 21 3:4
CARR, THOMAS (T. Seneca Falls) marries Margaret Anderson. COU 1832 Nv 21 3:2
CARRIS, JAMES (T. Waterloo) marries Pamela Smith. GAZ 1835 Ap 22 3:2
CARROLL, CHARLES H. (Williamsburgh) Marries Alida Maria Van Renssel'r. GAZ 1820 My 24 3:4
CARROLL, CHARLES H. (Williamsburgh) wife dies. GMA 1832 Mr 21 3:5
CARSKADDAN, HERVEY (T. Tyre) resigns as postmaster. GMA 1830 Jl 7 3:3
CARSON , SUSAN (T. Seneca) Marries William Simeon. PAL 1826 Mr 29 3:4
CARSON, BULAH (T. Seneca) marries John Conger. GMA 1831 Ja 26 3:5
CARSON, BULAH (T. Seneca) marries John Conger. COU 1831 Ja 26 3:3
CARSON, GEORGE. (T. Fayete) marries Jane Van Clief. GAZ 1835 Mr 25 3:2
CARSON, JOHN (Gorham) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1813 Mr 31 3:3
CARSON, JOSEPH (Seneca C.) Appointed coroner. GAZ 1816 Ap 3 3:2
CARSON, MARTHA (T. Seneca) marries Thomas Rippey GZT 1839 Ap 24 3:4
CARSON, NANCY (T. Seneca) Marries Thomas W. Simpson. PAL 1828 Fb 6 3:1
CARSON, PETER (Canandaigua) Infant daughter dies. GGA 1827 Ag 8 3:4
CARSON, PORTER (T. Canandaigua) Marries Lucinda Stevens. GGA 1825 Dc 21 3:4
CARSON, REBECCA (T. Phelps) Marries Rice Warner. GAZ 1818 Sp 23 3:1
CARSON, ROBERT marries Rebecca Rippey. GAZ 1834 Ja 15 3:7
CARSON, ROBERT (G) Schedules auction to recover mortgage. PAL 1819 Oc 20 1:4
CARSON, SARAH (T. Seneca) Marries Horatio W. Orion. GAZ 1825 Mr 23 3:2
CARTER & BACKENSTOSE (pharmacy) Ad last appears. GGA 1827 Jl 18 1:4 adv.
CARTER & BACKENSTOSE (pharmacy) Opens. GGA 1827 Ap 4 3.4 ad
CARTER & BANNISTER (pharmacy) Ad first appears. GAZ 1815 Sp 6 2:1 adv.
CARTER & BANNISTER (pharmacy) Dissolves. GAZ 1817 My 14 3:4
CARTER, AMASA (T. East Bloomfield) marries Hannah Emmons. GMA 1830 Ja 13 3:3
CARTER, DARIUS (Bloomfield) Receives award for maple sugar. PAL 1823 Nv 19 2:2
CARTER, DARIUS (Bloomfield) Receives award for prize sow. GAZ 1820 Oc 18 3:1
CARTER, DARIUS (East Bloomfield) dies. COU 1832 My 9 3:4
CARTER, J & CO. (pharmacy) Ad first appears. GAZ 1817 Ag 6 3:3 adv.
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) appointed health officer for Geneva. COU 1833 Jl 17 3:3
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) appointed Health Officer. GAZ 1833 Jl 17 3:6
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Closes pharmacy. GGA 1826 Oc 13 1:2 adv.
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Denies being author of letter on fever. GAZ 1813 Fb 10 2:3
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Dissolves partnership with Eli Bannister. GAZ 1817 My 14 3:4
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Dissolves partnership with J. Henry. GAZ 1812 Mr 4 3:3
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Dissolves partnership with Wells and Ely. GAZ 1821 Ap 11 3:5
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Opens pharmacy. GAZ 1812 Mr 4 3:3 adv.
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Opens pharmacy. GAZ 1817 My 14 3:4 adv.
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Requests payment of debts. GAZ 1819 Oc 6 3:3
CARTER, JAMES (Dr.) Requests payment of debts. GGA 1826 Dc 6 3:4 adv.
CARTER, JOHN (Ontario C.) Sentenced for grand larceny. GAZ 1822 Sp 11 2:5
CARTER, MARY (Camillus) Marries Orlando Seymour. GAZ 1822 Je 26 3:4
CARTER, WELLS AND ELY (pharmacy) Dissolves. GAZ 1821 Ap 11 3:5
CARTER, WILLIAM W. (druggist) Ad first appears. GGA 1826 Dc 6 3:3 adv.
CARTER, WILLIAM W. (druggist) Closes. GGA 1827 Ap 4 3:4 adv.
CARTER, WILLIAM W. (druggist) Reopens business. GGA 1827 Jl 25 3:5 adv.
CARTER, WILLIAM W. (pharmacist) elected village assessor. GMA 1833 My 8 3:3
CARTER, WILLIAM W. (pharmacist) elected village assessor. COU 1833 My 8 2:3
CARTER, Professor Elegant writing praised. PAL 1825 Ag 24 2:4 ed,
CARTHAGE, N.Y. Renamed Clyde. GAZ 1819 Je 30 3:1
CARTWRIGHT, LOIS (T. South Bristol) marries George W. Vickery GMA 1830 Ja 27 3:4
CARVER, LEAVENS (Lyons) Reports wife's desertion. GAZ 1815 Nv 22 3:4
CARVER, PATTY Mrs. (Lyons) Deserts husband. GAZ 1815 Nv 22 3:4
CARY & OWNES (tailor shop) dissolves partnership. GMA 1832 My 9 3:6
CARY & OWNES (tailor shop) form partnership. GMA 1831 My 25 3:5 adv.
CARY, ELIHU (T. Seneca) Marries Sarah Story. GAZ 1820 Je 13 3:3
CARY, ELIHU (T. Seneca) Schedules auction to recover mortgage. PAL 1821 Ag 1 3:5
CARY, ELIZABETH (T. Seneca Falls) Marries Thomas Jefferson Metcalfe. GMA 1829 Nv 25 3:4
CARY, ISABELLA (Glass Factory) Marries John Fowler. GAZ 1820 Ag 9 3:4
CARY, J. B. (G) Dissolves partnership. GGA 1826 Mr 22 3:6
CARY, JOSHUA (T. Seneca) Marries Elizabeth Dodd. GAZ 1823 Ja 29 3:2
CARY, MARGARET (Glass Factory) Marries Reuben Compton. GAZ 1825 Mr 16 3:3
CASAD, ANTHONY (Seneca Falls) killed in fall from horse. GAZ 1833 Sp 25 3:4
CASE, ALVIRA (T. Hopewell) Marries Westley Benham. GGA 1826 Ja 18 3:5
CASE, CHARLOTTE (Canandaigua) marries Henry Gilbert. GAZ 1833 Oc 9 3:5
CASE, CHARLOTTE (Canandaigua) marries Henry Gilbert. COU 1833 Oc 9 3:2
CASE, DANIEL (Canandaigua) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1811 Fb 27 3:2
CASE, DAVID (Romulus) Marries Catharine Youmans. GAZ 1819 Nv 3 3:4
CASE, DOROTHY (T. Canandaigua) Marries James Palmer. GMA 1829 Oc 23 3:4
CASE, GEORGE (Penn Yan) Marries Eliza Backenstose. GGA 1828 Ap 30 3:4
CASE, GEORGE W. (Ontario C.) sentenced for violation of neutrality law. GZT 1839 Jl 3 2:7
CASE, HOMER (T. Canandaigua) Son severely injured by horse. GGA 1826 Fb 8 3:3
CASE, ISSAC (Orange C.) marries Maria Amsden. COU 1832 Fb 29 3:4
CASE, JOHN (Ontario C.) Appointed inspector of beef and pork. GAZ 1815 My 24 3:1
CASE, JONATHAN (T. Bristol) Appointed justice of the peace. PAL 1821 Ap 4 3:3
CASE, LAURA Canandaigua Marries Joseph Bacon. GAZ 1817 Oc 1 3:2
CASE, NATHANIEL Appointed justice. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:2
CASE, NATHANIEL (Penfield) Appointed commissioner. GAZ 1818 Jl 1 3:1
CASE, NATHANIEL (Penfield) Appointed Ontario County justice of the peace. GAZ 1815 My 24 3:1
CASE, NATHANIEL (Penfield) Elected assemblyman. GAZ 1817 My 14 3:1
CASE, NATHANIEL (Penfield) Named Democratic assembly candidate. GAZ 1817 Ap 2 3:1
CASE, NATHANIEL (Penfield) Nominated Democratic representative to assembly. GAZ 1819 Mr 17 3:1
CASE, NATHANIEL (Penfield) Nominated for legislature. PAL 1819 Mr 11 2:5
CASE, RHODA (Canandaigua) Marries Joseph Van Orman. GAZ 1815 Dc 27 3:2
CASE, WARNER W. (West Cayuga) Marries Susan P. Leonard. GAZ 1816 Dc 18 3:4
CASE, WILLIAM (T. Canandaigua) nominated for coroner. GAZ 1838 Oc 24 2:6
CASHMAN, JOHN (Canandaigua) Marries Livinia Hitchcock. GGA 1828 Sp 10 3:5
CASHMAN, MELINDA (T. Benton ) Marries Robert W. Sprague. PAL 1821 My 23 3:4
CASSIDA, ROBERT (Elmira) Dies. GAZ 1817 Jl 2 3:4
CASSODY, QUINTILIAN (Waterloo) Dies. GGA 1828 Ap 30 3:4
CASTLE, ABIGAIL (G) Marries William Barker. PAL 1821 Ag 8 3:4
CASTLE, ETNA (Canandaigua) Marries William D. Moore. GAZ 1823 Ja 22 3:2
CASTLE, MARIA (Canandaigua) Marries Whiting D. Stanley. GAZ 1818 Mr 4 3:4
CASTLE, P. (merchant) offers beer to customers. GAZ 1835 Oc 28 3:3 adv.
CASTLES, P. (Vernon) Brewery ad last appears. EXP 1808 My 4 1:2 adv.
CASTLES, P. (Vernon) Opens brewery. EXP 1808 Fb 17 3:3 adv.
CASTNER, REBECCA (Benton) Marries Russel Hunt. GAZ 1817 Fb 19 3:3
CATHARINE, CHARLES (T. Seneca) marries Patience Reed. GMA 1830 Nv 10 3:4
CATHOLICS appointment of Catholic attorney general defended. GMA 1831 Ag 17 3:2 ed.
CATHOLICS discredited. GAZ 1836 Ap 6 2:5 ed.
CATHOLICS (Geneva) consecration of church scheduled. GAZ 1834 Oc 22 3:3
CATHOLICS (Geneva) schedule church opening. GAZ 1834 My 7 3:4 adv.
CATLIN & RECORD (T. Phelps) Dissolves. EXP 1807 Ja 21 3:3
CATLIN , GEORGE (artist ) Exhibits paintings. PAL 1822 Jl 31 3:2
CATLIN, (editor) ceases publication of “Geneva American”. GMA 1832 Fb 15 3:2 ed.
CATLIN, BRANT (Catharinestown) Marries Peggy Bennet. GAZ 1811 Dc 25 3:1
CATLIN, CLARISSA (Middlesex) Marries Nathan Pratt Jr. GAZ 1819 Mr 24 3:4
CATLIN, ISAAC (Fayette) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1810 Ap 11 3:2
CATLIN, ISAAC (T. Phelps) Dissolves partnership with Oliver Record. EXP 1807 Ja 21 3:3
CATLIN, ISR'L (Fayette) Payment of debts to estate requested. GAZ 1813 Jl 7 3:3
CATLIN, JANES (T. Seneca) Marries Hulda Stanley. GAZ 1814 Ja 19 3:2
CATLIN, LEVI (T. Waterloo) Marries Almira Sprague. GMA 1829 Nv 25 3:5
CATLIN, LYNDE (G) Wins action in chancery. PAL 1827 Oc 3 3:3
CATLIN, OLIVER (T. Phelps) dies. COU 1831 Jl 27 3:3
CATLIN, PIRSIS (T. Phelps) Marries Festus Merry. GAZ 1814 Ja 12 3:3
CATLIN, WILLIAM (T. Phelps) Ad first appears for cobbler shop. GAZ 1810 Mr 7 3:3 adv.
CATLIN, WILLIAM (T. Phelps) Ad last appears. GAZ 1810 Mr 21 1:1 adv.
CATLIN, WILLIAM (T. Phelps) Offers reward for runaway apprentice. GAZ 1810 Mr 7 3:3
CATON, JOHN (Romulus) Wife dies. GGA 1829 Mr 18 3:4
CATON, ROBERT (Romulus) Marries Charity Stout. GAZ 1817 Mr 12 3:4
CATTLE Award winners at fair listed. GAZ 1819 Oc 20 3:1
CATTLE Canandaigua man raises imported breed. GMA 1830 Ap 7 2:6
CATTLE Cure described. EXP 1808 Jl 13 3:2
CATTLE Cure for choking or bloating explained. GAZ 1809 Sp 13 1:4
CATTLE Cure for founder discussed. GAZ 1817 Jl 30 2:2
CATTLE Cure recommended. GAZ 1817 Oc 29 1:3
CATTLE Gunpowder recommended as cure for choking. GGA 1826 Sp 13 4:2
CATTLE Hints for winter feeding given. GAZ 1818 Mr 4 1:5
CATTLE J. H. Wheeler raises large steer. GMA 1830 Ap 14 3:2
CATTLE Prevention of disease in winter discussed. PAL 1822 Dc 4 2:2
CATTLE Proper feeding techniques described. PAL 1826 Dc 27 1:4
CATTLE remedy for swelling explained. GMA 1832 My 30 1:6
CATTLE Remedy in case of choking given. PAL 1826 Oc 25 1:2
CATTLE Town of Seneca man raises large calf. GZT 1839 My 1 3:3
CATTLE Unusual heifer noted. GGA 1825 Nv 23 2:6 ed.
CATTLE Way of feeding described. PAL 1827 Ja 3 2:3
CATTLE--Ontario C. Award winners at fair reported. GAZ 1820 Oc 18 3:1
CATTLE--Ontario C. Awards granted by Ontario Agricultural Society. PAL 1823 Nv 19 24
CATTLE--Ontario C. Cattle awarded prize. GGA 1827 Oc 17 2:5
CATTLE--Ontario C. G. Caward awarded premium. GGA 1828 Mr 19 3:1
CATTLE--Ontario C. Number of cattle listed by town. GAZ 1822 Ja 20 2:3 cht.
CATTLE--Ontario C. Premiums awarded at exhibition. GAZ 1823 Nv 12 2:5 ed.
CATTLE--Ontario C. Prizes awarded at Ontario County Fair. PAL 1824 Nv 25 2: 3
CATTLE--Ontario C. Prizes for area best awarded. GAZ 1822 Nv 6 2:4
CAULKINS, POLLY (Hopeton) Marries Sturges Squier. GAZ 1818 Oc 21 3:2
CAVERNS (Manlius) Fossils and statistics discussed. EXP 1808 Jl 27 1:3
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Appointed chairman of proJackson meeting. GGA 1827 Oc 17 3:1
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Appointed delegate for county convention. PAL 1824 Sp 1 3:2
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Awarded premium by agricultural society. GGA 1828 Mr 19 3:1
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Chairs Republican meeting. PAL 1827 Oc 17 2:3
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Chosen for committee for Ontario County GAZ 1820 Nv 22 3:1
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Daughter Ann dies. GMA 1829 Ag 5 3:4
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) daughter dies. GMA 1830 Ag 11 3:4
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) daughter Elizabeth dies. GMA 1830 Ja 20 3:3
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) elected justice of the peace. GAZ 1838 Ap 4 2:5
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) elected town assessor. COU 1831 Ap 13 2:6
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Marries Hannah Clark. GGA 1828 Ja 30 3:4
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Nominated for justice of the peace. PAL 1827 Oc 31 2:5
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Represents town at county convention. PAL 1824 Sp 8 2:5
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Wins award for prize oxen. PAL 1824 Nv 25 2:3
CAWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) Wins award for prize ram. PAL 1824 Nv 25 2:3
CAWARD, MARY (T. Seneca) Marries William Foster. GAZ 1823 Oc 1 3:1
CAWARD, RUTH (T. Seneca) marries Jonathan Handley. GAZ 1833 Nv 20 3:4
CAWEN, JEMIMA (Ovid) Deserts husband. EXP 1808 Jl 20 3:3
CAWEN, JOHN (Ovid) Announces wife's desertion. EXP 1808 Jl 20 3:3
CAWKER, EMANUEL (Wisconsin) marries Lutia Ann Harrison. GAZ 1836 Ja 27 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL A. P. Tillman petitions for additional construction funds. GMA 1831 Ja 26 2:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Act authorizing construction printed. GAZ 1825 My 4 2:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Act printed. PAL 1825 My 4 2:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL annual financial report printed. GMA 1833 Ja 23 2:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL annual statistics reported. GMA 1830 Dc 29 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL appointments listed. GAZ 1835 Ap 1 2:6
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL appointments named. GAZ 1836 Mr 30 2:6
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Appropriation bill passed. PAL 1827 Ap 18 2:5
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Appropriation bill passes legislature. PAL 1827 Ap 11 2:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Arrivals and departures listed. GGA 1829 Je 10 3t3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Arrivals and departures listed. GGA 1829 Jl 1 3:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Assembly passes bill authorizing construction. GAZ 1825 Ap 6 2:5
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Auction scheduled to sell old materials. GGA 1827 Sp 26 3:5
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Bill becomes law. PAL 1825 Ap 27 2:4 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Bill for extending canal to Geneva passes Senate. PAL 1827 Ap 4 2:5 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Bill passed. GGA 1828 Ap 16 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Bill supported. GAZ 1825 Mr 23 2:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL business flourishes. GAZ 1834 My 7 2:7
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Canal commissioners decide on route. PAL 1825 Dc 21 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL canal commissioners report to legislature. GMA 1830 Fb 10 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Change in route urged. GGA 1826 My 17 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Citizens of Ithaca push for completion. PAL 1827 Jl 11 2:5 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL collector and superintendent appointed. COU 1833 Ap 3 2:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL collector and superintendent of repairs reappointed. GMA 1830 Mr 31 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL collector’s report discussed. GMA 1830 Ja 6 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL collector’s report printed. GAZ 1834 Ja 8 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioner lets out route to contractors. PAL 1827 My 16 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioner to determine route. GGA 1827 Je 6 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioners examine proposed routes. GGA 1825 Nv 23 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioners issue contract notice. GGA 1826 Je 28 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioners make final survey. GGA 1826 Je 7 3.3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioners' route selection endorsed. GGA 1825 Nv 30 2:5 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioners seek construction proposals. GGA 1826 Jl 19 3:1 adv.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Commissioners urged to finish original plans. GGA 1827 Jl 18 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Committee recommends construction. GAZ 1825 Mr 16 3:l ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Construction authorized. PAL 1825 My 11 2:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Construction bid sought. GGA 1826 Je 21 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Construction bids requested. GGA 1827 Nv 14 3:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Construction officials survey route to Geneva. GGA 1827 My 9 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Construction plans discussed. GGA 1826 Ag 2 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Construction proposals discussed. GGA 1826 Jl 26 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Contracts for construction announced. PAL 1827 Ap 24 2:3 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Cost estimate corrected. GGA 1826 Ap 19 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL cost of new locks estimated. GAZ 1836 Je 29 2:6
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Criticism of a side cut canal refuted. GGA 1827 Ag 15 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Damage by severe rain reported. GGA 1828 Jl 23 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Debate with Ithaca paper continues. GGA 1827 Sp 5 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Delay in construction investigated. GGA 1828 Ag 13 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Discussion scheduled in Geneva. GGA 1828 Ag 6 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Expected progress for this year discussed. GGA 1826 Ag 16 3.1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Extension authorized. PAL 1828 Fb 27 2:6
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Geneva meeting rescheduled. GGA 1828 Ag 13 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Genevans plan celebration of passage of bill. GAZ 1825 Ap 27 2:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL H. W. Dobbin petitions legislature for damages. GMA 1831 Fb 9 2:5
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL increased toll revenue indicates prosperity. GAZ 1834 Dc 31 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Ithaca and Geneva debates continue. GGA 1827 Sp 19 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL J. Bigelow appointed superintendent of repairs. GMA 1832 Mr 7 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Laborers needed. GGA 1827 Sp 26 3:1 adv.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Laborers sought. PAL 1827 Sp 26 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL legislature authorizes constructions funds. GMA 1831 Mr 2 3:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Legislature receives petition. GGA 1829 Ja 28 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Lowering of Seneca Lake sought through canal reconstruction. GGA 1828 My 28 2:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL man drowns near Waterloo. COU 1833 Oc 30 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL N. Ayrault appointed toll collector. GAZ 1834 Ap 9 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL N. Ayrault reappointed collector. GMA 1832 Fb 29 3:3 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL navigation improved. GAZ 1835 Ja 28 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL navigational conditions reported. COU 1833 My 15 2:4 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Nears completion. GGA 1828 Mr 26 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL officers appointed. GMA 1833 Ap 3 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL officials named. GAZ 1834 Mr 26 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL poor condition described. GMA 1833 Ap 24 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Preliminaries to construction reported. GGA 1826 My 24 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Progress discussed. GGA 1826 Mr 22 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Progress in construction reported. PAL 1826 My 17 2:4 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Progress in construction reported. PAL 1826 Ag 9 2:4 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Proposals for constructing lock houses requested. GGA 1827 Sp 5 3:5
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Prospects affected by company's dividend declaration. GGA 1826 Ja 25 2:5 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Public holds meeting to discuss improvements. PAL 1823 Dc 10 3:5
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL regulations cause deficit. GAZ 1835 Dc 30 2:6
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Report to canal commissioners printed. GGA 1826 Mr 22 2:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Reported operational from outlet to Nare's Inn. GGA 1827 Jl 4 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL revenue deficiencies assumed by state. GMA 1830 Je 9 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL revenue increases. GAZ 1833 Oc 16 2:7
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL revenues reported up sixty percent. GMA 1830 Je 9 3:1
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL revenues reported. GAZ 1838 Ja 24 3:3 cht.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Route to Geneva discussed. GGA 1827 My 16 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL School fund invested in canal stock. GGA 1829 My 20 2:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Sealed construction contracts requested. GGA 1827 Jl 11 3:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Seeks construction contracts. PAL 1826 Je 21 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Spring navigation begins. GGA 1829 My 6 3:1 ltr.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL superintendent and collector appointed. COU 1836 Ap 6 2:5
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Superintendent named. GGA 1829 Mr 4 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL toll collector for Geneva appointed. GAZ 1838 Mr 21 2:6
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL toll receipts contribute to Geneva Prosperity. GAZ 1834 Ja 8 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL toll receipts reported. GMA 1830 Dc 22 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL toll revenues reported. GMA 1832 Dc 5 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL tolls collected in Geneva listed. GAZ 1834 Jl 2 2:4
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL tolls listed. GAZ 1836 Ja 27 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL tolls listed. GAZ 1836 Ja 27 3:2
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Traffic reported. GGA 1829 Je 24 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Transported commercial goods listed. GGA 1829 My 13 3:3
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL Unfinished state predicted to affect Geneva's economy. GGA 1828 Ag 6 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA & SENECA CANAL volume of shipping reported. GAZ 1836 Dc 28 2:6
CAYUGA BRIDGE construction completed. GAZ 1833 Oc 16 3:5 adv.
CAYUGA BRIDGE repaired. GMA 1832 Ap 4 2:6
CAYUGA BRIDGE COMPANY reduces tolls. GAZ 1833 Oc 16 3:5 adv.
CAYUGA COUNTY Divided to create Tompkins County. GAZ 1817 Ap 23 2:2
CAYUGA COUNTY House committee opposes repeal of county division. GAZ 1818 Ap 29 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY Legislature petitioned for division of county. PAL 1822 Ja 16 2:2
CAYUGA COUNTY BANK commences business. GAZ 1833 Sp 4 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY –COURTS Convictions and sentences listed. GAZ 1816 Jl 17 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY –COURTS Convictions and sentences listed. GAZ 1817 Fb 5 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY –JAILS Fund-raising authorized. GAZ 1810 Je 6 1:4
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Appointed . GAZ 1813 Mr 24 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Appointed and removed. GAZ 1817 Mr 26 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Appointed. EXP 1808 Mr 30 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Appointments listed. GAZ 1821 Mr 14 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Appointments listed. GAZ 1823 Fb 12 2:3
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Assistant justices appointed. GAZ 1810 Fb 28 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Assistant justices appointed. GAZ 1810 Ap 11 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES I. wood rejected by senate. GGA 1827 Ja 31 3:4
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES J. L. Richardson appointed. GGA 1827 Ja 17 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES R. L . Smith and T. Spencer appointed. GGA 1826 AP 26 3:4
CAYUGA COUNTY –JUDGES Schedule auction for settlement of claim. EXP 1808 Oc 19 3:4
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Appointed. GAZ 1810 Mr 21 2:4
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Appointed. GAZ 1810 Ap 11 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Appointed. GAZ 1816 Ap 24 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Auctioneers appointed. GAZ 1816 Ap 10 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Auctioneers listed. EXP 1808 Mr 30 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Coroners appointed. GAZ 1816 Ap 10 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Coroners appointed. GAZ 1810 Mr 14 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Coroners appointed. GAZ 1810 Mr 21 2:4
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Coroners listed. EXP 1808 Mr 30 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Inspectors of beef and pork appointed. GAZ 1816 Ap 10 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Inspectors of beef and pork listed. EXP 1808 Mr 30 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY --JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Notaries public appointed. GAZ 1810 Mr 21 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY –OFFICIALS E. Catlin appointed auctioneer. PAL 1824 Mr 17 3:3
CAYUGA COUNTY –OFFICIALS Election of sheriff discussed. GGA 1826 Sp 20 3:3
CAYUGA COUNTY –OFFICIALS G. W. Gunn appointed inspector of beef and pork. PAL 1824 Mr 17 3:3
CAYUGA COUNTY –OFFICIALS H. Mosher appointed inspector. GGA 1826 Ja 18 3:4
CAYUGA COUNTY –SHERIFFS Appointments listed. GAZ 1815 My 24 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY –SHERIFFS Listed. GAZ 1817 Je 11 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY –SHERIFFS Reappointed. EXP 1809 Mr 1 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY--COURTS chancery action reported. GAZ 1837 My 10 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY—JUDGES appointed. GMA 1832 My 9 3:4
CAYUGA COUNTY—JUDGES appointments listed. COU 1832 My 2 3:1
CAYUGA COUNTY—JUDGES surrogate and master in chancery appointed. GMA 1832 Ap 18 3:3
CAYUGA COUNTY—JUDGES T. Y. How Jr. appointed examiner in chancery. GMA 1831 Mr 23 3:2
CAYUGA COUNTY--OFFICIALS appointments listed. GMA 1831 Fb 2 3:3
CAYUGA COUNTY--OFFICIALS appointments reported. GMA 1833 My 1 3:2
CAYUGA LAKE Bill for construction of wharves passed. PAL 1827 My 2 2:5
CAYUGA LAKE Bill passed to connect lake to Seneca Lake. PAL 1825 Mr 23 3:1
CAYUGA LAKE by-law restricts bathing in lake. COU 1832 Ag 15 3:4
CAYUGA LAKE Committee recommends connection with Erie Canal. PAL 1825 Mr 16 2:3
CAYUGA LAKE Discussion of connection with Erie Canal held. PAL 1823 Dc 17 3:4
CAYUGA LAKE Ferry established across lake. PAL 1827 My 2 2:5
CAYUGA LAKE Ferry established to cross lake. EXP 1809 My 17 1:4
CAYUGA LAKE freezes over. GMA 1832 Mr 14 3:1
CAYUGA LAKE frozen over for first time. COU 1832 Mr 14 3:4
CAYUGA LAKE Level expected to drop two feet. GGA 1828 Ag 27 3:2
CAYUGA LAKE Marshes surveyed. PAL 1825 Mr 30 2:1
CAYUGA LAKE Miss Winchester writes "A Night on Cayuga." GGA 1828 Jl 30 4:1
CAYUGA LAKE Petition recommends tolls for lake traffic. PAL 1821 Ja 17 3:1 ed.
CAYUGA LAKE Property bordering lake described. PAL 1824 Je 16 3:1
CAYUGA LAKE provision made for draining marshes. GMA 1831 My 18 2:6
CAYUGA LAKE Report advocates lowering of level to drain marshes. GAZ 1825 Fb 9 2 tj
CAYUGA LAKE Reports on draining of Cayuga marshes given. PAL 1825 Fb 9 2 : 4
CAYUGA LAKE Wharves and stevehouses authorized. PAL 1824 Ap 28 3:3
CAYWARD, GEORGE (T. Seneca) elected justice of the peace. GAZ 1834 Ap 9 3:1
CAYWOOD, JANE marries Thomas White. GAZ 1833 Nv 13 3:3
CAYWOOD, JANE marries Thomas White. COU 1833 Nv 6 3:2
CELEBRATIONS Adams supporters steal cannon at Jackson festivity. GGA 1829 Ja 14 2:2
CELEBRATIONS Aid to victims of canal festivities considered. GGA 1826 Ja 11 2:3
CELEBRATIONS Canal ball recounted. GGA 1825 Nv 16 3:1 ed.
CELEBRATIONS Ceremonies mark completion of Erie Canal. PAL 1825 Oc 26 3:3
CELEBRATIONS Erie Canal completed. PAL 1825 Nv 2 3:3
CELEBRATIONS Holland's emancipation from Napoleon celebrated in Geneva. GAZ 1814 Mr 9 3:1
CELEBRATIONS Revolutionary War pensioners celebrate in Canandaigua. GAZ 1820 Ag 30 3:1
CELEBRATIONS Testimonial dinners discussed. GGA 1825 Oc 5 2:5 ed.
CELEBRATIONS Waterloo citizens celebrate eighth of January. PAL 1828 Ja 16 3:1
CELEBRATIONS wild and ill-managed type denounced. GZT 1839 Jl 3 3:1 ed.
CELEBRATIONS (Geneva) George Washington’s centennial plans praised. COU 1832 Fb 1 2:6 ed.
CELEBRATIONS (Geneva) public invited to Washington centennial celebration. COU 1832 Fb 22 2:5
CELEBRATIONS (Geneva) Washington centennial celebration planned. COU 1832 Fb 15 2:6
CELEBRATIONS (Geneva) Washington centennial celebration planned. COU 1832 Ja 25 3:3
CELEBRATIONS—Geneva Completion of Erie Canal feted in Geneva. GGA 1825 Nv 2 2:2
CELEBRATIONS—Geneva Dinner scheduled concerning Seneca Canal construction. PAL 1825 Ap 27 3:2
CELEBRATIONS—Geneva Erie Canal completion commemorated. GGA 1825 Oc 26 2:2 ed.
CELEBRATIONS—Geneva Genevans commemorate completion of Erie Canal. GGA 1825 Oc 26 2:2 ed.
CELEBRATIONS—Waterloo Public dinner commemorates Battle of New Orleans,. GGA 1827 Ja 17 3:1
CELL, CATHARINE (T. Fayette) marries James Burtless. GMA 1832 Ja 4 3:5
CEMETERIES Establishment by town supervisors authorized. GGA 1826 Ap 5 2:6
CEMETERIES Man, wife and child buried in same coffin. GAZ 1817 Mr 12 3:4
CEMETERIES Manager chosen for Geneva site. PAL 1821 Ag 1 3:3
CEMETERIES (Geneva) improvements sought through tax increase. GAZ 1835 My 6 2:6 adv.
CEMETERIES (Geneva) new burial ground sought. GMA 1832 Jl 4 2:4 ltr.
CENSUS 1790 census given for Western New York. GAZ 1821 Ja 10 3:1
CENSUS New law described. GAZ 1820 Ap 19 1:3
CENSUS Ordered for New York State. GAZ 1825 My 25 2.5
CENSUS Publication of poll for Geneva recommended. PAL 1825 Ap 13 3:1 ed.
CENSUS Seneca Falls population reported. GMA 1831 Dc 21 3:2
CENSUS Statistician describes importance of census. GAZ 1820 Jl 26 3:1 ltr.
CENSUS REPORTS 1820 report printed for several counties. GAZ 1821 Mr 14 3:2
CENSUS REPORTS A. Hall’s 1790 area survey printed. GAZ 1836 Oc 26 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS data for Penn Yan noted. GAZ 1835 Dc 2 2:5
CENSUS REPORTS Genesee County population doubles in four years. GAZ 1815 Fb 8 3:2
CENSUS REPORTS Geneva statistics listed GAZ 1835 Sp 23 2:6
CENSUS REPORTS Given for Ontario County. GAZ 1811 Ja 9 2:4
CENSUS REPORTS Given for Seneca County. GAZ 1811 Ja 2 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS Male female ratio given for Tompkins County. GGA 1825 Dc 21 3:2
CENSUS REPORTS Men to outnumber women in future. GAZ 1812 Ja 22 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS National population statistics reported. GAZ 1818 Jl 1 1:5
CENSUS REPORTS New York census given by counties. GAZ 1815 Mr 18 2:5
CENSUS REPORTS New York census given by counties. GAZ 1811 Fb 6 3:2
CENSUS REPORTS New York population reported. GAZ 1818 Je 24 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS New York’s population listed by county. GMA 1830 Dc 29 2:6
CENSUS REPORTS Ontario County population increases twenty fold in thirty years. PAL 1821 Ja 17 3:2 ed.
CENSUS REPORTS Population estimated for the state. GGA 1826 Fb 8 3:3
CENSUS REPORTS Population for U. S. given. GAZ 1822 Fb 20 1:4
CENSUS REPORTS Population increase during last thirty years noted. PAL 1821 My 23 3:3
CENSUS REPORTS Population listed by county. GAZ 1820 Jl 26 3:1 cht.
CENSUS REPORTS Population of Ontario County towns listed. GAZ 1815 Ja 18 2:4
CENSUS REPORTS Population reported by county. GGA 1826 Fb 22 2:6
CENSUS REPORTS Population reported for Penn Yan. GGA 1825 Dc 14 3:4
CENSUS REPORTS Report from 1790 printed. PAL 1821 Ja 17 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS Rochester population increases 1200 in two years. GAZ 1822 Oc 9 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS State population.increase estimated. GAZ 1821 Mr 14 3:4
CENSUS REPORTS Statistics for Canandaigua praised. GAZ 1818 Sp 16 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS Statistics for towns of Milo and Ontario given. GGA 1825 Oc 7 2:5
CENSUS REPORTS Steuben County statistics listed. GGA 1826 Fb 1 3:2
CENSUS REPORTS Summary of latest census taken. GAZ 1822 Mr 13 3:3
CENSUS REPORTS (Geneva) detailed. COU 1833 Dc 11 2:4
CENSUS REPORTS (Geneva) statistics listed for Town of Seneca. GAZ 1835 Dc 2 2:4
CENSUS REPORTS (Geneva) vital statistics reported. GAZ 1833 Dc 4 3:3
CENSUS REPORTS (Ontario C.) population for Fayette noted. GAZ 1835 Nv 4 2:7
CENSUS REPORTS (Ontario C.) population reported by townships. GMA 1830 Nv 24 2:6
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Detailed census given. GAZ 1821 Fb 28 2:2
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Geneva population printed. GAZ 1820 Dc 20 2:5
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Given. GAZ 1821 Fb 14 3:3
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Numbers for Geneva published. PAL 1825 Oc 5 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Population given. GAZ 1822 Ja 20 2:3 cht.
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Statistic for town of Canandaigua listed. GGA 1825 Nv 2 3:2
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Statistics for Geneva printed. PAL 1821 Sp 19 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Statistics listed. GGA 1826 Ja 18 3:2
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Statistics on businesses, houses, churches for Geneva listed. GAZ 1822 Oc 2 3:1
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Statistics Printed. PAL 1826 Ja 11 3:4
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Town of Seneca population increases. GGA 1825 Oc 12 2:3 ed.
CENSUS REPORTS--Ontario C. Town of Seneca statistics listed. GGA 1825 Oc 12 2:4
CENSUS REPORTS--Seneca C. Given. GAZ 1821 Fb 7 3.1
CENSUS REPORTS--Seneca C. Returns published. PAL 1821 Ja 17 3:1 ed.
CENSUS REPORTS--Seneca C. Statistics discussed. GGA 1826 Ja 25 2:6
CHADWICK, JOHN (Ulysses) Declares bankruptcy. GAZ 1814 Dc 21 3:1
CHADWICK, MARY (Connecticut) marries George W. H. Fisk. GAZ 1835 Oc 21 3:2
CHAFFER, EPHRAIM (Italy) Marries Jane Blair. GGA 1829 Ja 14 3:4
CHAINHOLT, MARTIN (Canandaigua) Marries Rosana Vanorman. GAZ 1817 Ap 2 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, Col. Cooper's shop burns. GGA 1826 Dc 27 3:2
CHAMBERLAIN, AARON (T. Fayette) Marries Catherine Viler. GGA 1829 Je 3 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, CAROLINE (T. Waterloo) marries Martin Allen COU 1836 Sp 30 2:7
CHAMBERLAIN, CAROLINE (T. Waterloo) marries Martin Allen. GAZ 1836 Oc 5 3:1
CHAMBERLAIN, CHARLES (T. No. 9) Marries Pamela Dean. GAZ 1819 Oc 6 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, DAVID (T. Ontario) Dies. PAL 1821 Mr 28 3:2
CHAMBERLAIN, DAVID (T. Ontario) Dies. GAZ 1821 Ap 4 3:5
CHAMBERLAIN, ENOCH (Fayette) Chosen delegate to state AntiMasonic convention. GGA 1829 Fb 25 3:2
CHAMBERLAIN, ENOCH (Fayette) Marries Catharine Van Riper. GAZ 1825 My 11 3:1
CHAMBERLAIN, ENOCH (Fayette) Nominated for coroner. GGA 1828 Oc 15 3:1
CHAMBERLAIN, FRANKLIN (Fayette) Marries Hannah Burt. GAZ 1817 Je 11 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, J. & 0. (Jefferson) Ad last appears. GAZ 1809 Dc 6 1:2 adv.
CHAMBERLAIN, J. & 0. (Jefferson) Open textile mill. EXP 1809 Je 7 3:4 adv.
CHAMBERLAIN, JACOB (Seneca C.) Appointed coroner. GAZ 1812 Ap 8 3:2
CHAMBERLAIN, JACOB (Seneca C.) Appointed coroner. GAZ 1816 Ap 3 3:2
CHAMBERLAIN, JACOB (T. Junius) chosen inspector of Seneca County Bank. COU 1839 Je 18 2:7
CHAMBERLAIN, JACOB (T. Junius) elected inspector of Seneca County Bank. COU 1833 Je 5 2:5
CHAMBERLAIN, JACOB (T. Junius) Nominated for assembly. GGA 1825 Oc 26 2:5
CHAMBERLAIN, JANE (T. Canadice) marries James Cahoon. COU 1833 Fb 27 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN (Fayette) Appointed justice. GAZ 1818 Je 24 3:1
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN (Fayette) Appointed justice. GAZ 1821 Ap 4 3:4
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN (Scoys) Begins carding business. EXP 1809 Je 7 3:4 adv.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN (T. Fayette) dies. GMA 1831 Ag 3 3:4
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN (T. Seneca) charged as absconding debtor. GZT 1839 Fb 27 4:1
CHAMBERLAIN, LEWIS (Fayette) Marries Maria Hicks. GAZ 1817 Ja 22 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, MARY (T. Fayette) Marries B. Schuyler Hicks. GAZ 1820 My 10 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, MARY (Waterloo) Marries John Traver. GAZ 1822 Fb 27 3:4
CHAMBERLAIN, MARY ANN (T. Fayette) marries Romeyn Murray. GAZ 1834 My 28 3:4
CHAMBERLAIN, OREN (Scoys) Begins carding business. EXP 1809 Je 7 3:4 adv.
CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM (T * Richmond) Elected justice of the peace. PAL 1827 Nv 21 2:4
CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM (T. Canadice) marries Susan Hyde. GMA 1832 Nv 7 3:4
CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM (T. Fayette) marries Elizabeth Herbert. GMA 1830 Ja 13 3:3
CHAMBERLAIN, ZELINDA (Waterloo) Marries N. P . Lee. GGA 1827 Oc 10 3:4
CHAMBERLIN, JOHN (Canadice) appointed auctioneer. GAZ 1838 Fb 7 2:7
CHAMBERLIN, JOHN (T. Fayette) marries Mahala Yost. GMA 1830 Dc 29 3:5
CHAMBERS, JOHN S. dies. GAZ 1834 Dc 17 2:6
CHAMBERS, JOHN S. (merchant Dissolves partnership with S. Evans. GAZ 1810 Ja 17 3:3
CHAMBERS, JOHN S. (merchant) Announces partnership with S. Evans. EXP 1806 Nv 19 1:2
CHAMBERS, SALLY (Ovid) Marries James Wheeler. GAZ 1822 Ja 16 3:4
CHAMPLIN, CHARLES (Sodus) Dies. GAZ 1819 Nv 3 3:4
CHAMPLIN, EBENEZER H. (Ontario C.) Sentenced to life imprisonment for child molesting. GAZ 1820 Je 13 3:1
CHANDLER, CHARLES (Lodi) Marries Mary Bishop. GGA 1827 Sp 19 3:4
CHANEY, MARVIN forbids settlement of accounts by partner. GMA 1831 Ag 3 3:4
CHANEY, MARVIN professionalism questioned by Phillip Wetmore. GMA 1831 Jl 27 3:5
CHAPEN, CHARLES (T. Canandaigua) dies. GAZ 1836 Ja 6 3:2
CHAPIN, CHARLES (Gorham) Dies. GAZ 1817 Oc 15 3:2
CHAPIN, CYNTHIA (T. Canandaigua) marries Henry Chapin. GMA 1832 Fb 22 3:5
CHAPIN, CYNTHIA M. (Canandaigua) marries Henry Chapin. COU 1832 Fb 22 3:3
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Buffalo) Denies S. Chapin's involvement in Morgan affair. GGA 1827 Fb 28 2:6
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Appointed to town meeting committee. GAZ 1818 Ja 21 3:1
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Arrives at Niagara. GAZ 1813 Ag 11 3:1
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Attacks British guard at Sugar Loaf. GAZ 1813 Sp 29 3:1
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) British report capture at Black Rock. GAZ 1814 Fb 23 1:4
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Captured at Buffalo. GAZ 1814 Ja 12 3:2
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Commands attack on Fort George. GAZ 1813 Sp 1 3:1
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) daughter dies. GMA 1831 Dc 14 3:6
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Daughter eulogized. GAZ 1818 Ag 19 3:2
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Dissolves partnership with W. Hortsen. GAZ 1815 Ap 26 3:4
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Elected village trustee. GAZ 1817 My 7 3:2
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Escapes with company from British ship. GAZ 1813 Jl 21 3:1
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Forms partnership with W. Hortsen. GAZ 1814 Oc 26 3:4 adv.
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Leads corps against raiding companies in Buffalo. GAZ 1813 Dc 22 3:2
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Leads Indians and United States troops in attack. GAZ 1813 Sp 15 1:4
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Leads Oneida Indians for Fort George. GAZ 1813 Oc 6 2:4
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Opens pharmacy. GAZ 1815 Ap 26 3:4
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. GAZ 1813 Oc 20 3:2
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Recounts battles at Beaver Dam. GAZ 1813 Ag 4 2:3 ltr.
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Refutes battle account reported in "Ontario Messenger." GAZ 1813 Dc 1 3:2
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Repeals British at Fort George. GAZ 1813 Oc 13 3:1
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Reports of battle near Fort George. GAZ 1813 Oc 20 3:2 ltr.
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Reports on United States' troops at Fort Niagara. GAZ 1813 Ag 18 3:1 ltr.
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Represents New York at Harrisburg convention. PAL 1827 Ag 22 2:1
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Requests payment of debts. GAZ 1818 Sp 9 3:2
CHAPIN, CYRENIUS (Dr.) Tells of escape from British boat. GAZ 1813 Ag 11 2:3 ltr.
CHAPIN, DAVID (T. Richmond) dies. GAZ 1833 Nv 20 3:4
CHAPIN, E. (Chenango C.) marries Hannah Chapin. COU 1833 Ja 16 3:3
CHAPIN, G. H. Gives oration at Lyons Independence Day celebration. GAZ 1820 Jl 12 3:1
CHAPIN, G. H. resigns post as militia division inspector. GMA 1832 Ap 4 3:2
CHAPIN, HANNAH (T. Naples) marries E. Chapin. COU 1833 Ja 16 3:3
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Discusses oath of Masons. PAL 1827 Sp 26 3:1 ltr.
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Elected to assembly. GGA 1827 Nv 14 3:1
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Elected to assembly. PAL 1827 Nv 21 2:5
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Named to executive committee of agricultural society. GGA 1827 Mr 7 3:3
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Nominated for assembly by Anti-Masonic convention. GGA 1827 Oc 3 3:1
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Nominated for assembly by Republican electors. GAZ 1824 Oc 20 2:4
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Nominated for assembly. PAL 1827 Sp 26 2:5 ed.
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Nominates self for assembly. PAL 1824 Oc 28 3:2
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Receives agricultural award. PAL 1823 Nv 19 2:5
CHAPIN, HEMAN (E. Bloomfield) Selected assembly candidate by electors. PAL 1824 Oc 21 2:5
CHAPIN, HEMAN (East Bloomfield) Receives award for quality flannel cloth. GAZ 1819 Nv 17 3:2
CHAPIN, HEMAN (T. Bloomfield) defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1835 Je 3 3:3
CHAPIN, HEMAN (T. Bloomfield) son dies. GMA 1830 My 12 3:4
CHAPIN, HENRY (Canandaigua) Elected justice of the peace. GGA 1828 Nv 19 2:4
CHAPIN, HENRY (Gorham) Wife dies. GAZ 1822 Ja 20 3:3
CHAPIN, HENRY (T. Canandaigua) marries Cynthia Chapin. GMA 1832 Fb 22 3:5
CHAPIN, HENRY (T. Canandaigua) marries Cynthia M. Chapin. COU 1832 Fb 22 3:3
CHAPIN, ISRAEL (Hopewell) dies. GAZ 1833 Sp 11 3:4
CHAPIN, ISR'L (Gorham) Elected to assembly. GAZ 1815 My 10 3:1 cht.
CHAPIN, ISR'L (Gorham) Named Federalist assembly candidate. GAZ 1810 Mr 14 3:2
CHAPIN, ISR'L (Gorham) Named Federalist candidate for assembly. EXP 1809 Mr 15 3:2
CHAPIN, ISR'L (Gorham) Nominated Federalist candidate for assembly. GAZ 1815 Ap 5 3:2
CHAPIN, ISR'L (Hopewell) Receives award for horse. PAL 1823 Nv 19 2:4
CHAPIN, JANE AURELIA (T. Tyre) marries Joseph L. Beebe. GAZ 1834 Mr 12 3:5
CHAPIN, JOEL (Canandaigua) Dies. GAZ 1820 Oc 11 3:3
CHAPIN, JOHN (Ontario C.) Sheriff sale of property scheduled. GAZ 1810 Ag 1 3:1
CHAPIN, JOHNSON & CO. (paper mill) destroyed by fire. GAZ 1833 Dc 11 3:4
CHAPIN, JONATHAN Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1810 Fb 21 3:4
CHAPIN, JONATHAN (G) Dies. GAZ 1820 Oc 11 3:3
CHAPIN, LAURA (Canandaigua) Marries Oliver I. Phelps. PAL 1821 Dc 5 3:4
CHAPIN, LAURA (T. Canandaigua) marries Charles B. Stout. GMA 1832 Nv 7 3:3
CHAPIN, MARY B. (Waterloo) Marries Stacy F. Herrington. GAZ 1818 Sp 2 3:2
CHAPIN, MOSES (Monroe C.) Marries Lucy T. Kibbe. PAL 1826 Nv 15 3:3
CHAPIN, MOSES (Monroe C.) Marries Mrs . Lucy T. Kibbe. GGA 1826 Nv 15 3:4
CHAPIN, OLIVER (Bloomfield) Appointed coroner. GAZ 1813 Mr 24 3:1
CHAPIN, OLIVER (Bloomfield) Offers reward for apprehension of horse thief. GAZ 1815 Mr 15 3:3
CHAPIN, RALPH (T. Canandaigua) Marries Eliza C. Morse. GMA 1829 Nv 25 3:4
CHAPIN, S & CO. Dissolves. GAZ 1815 Mr 22 3:4
CHAPIN, S & CO. Partnership forms. GAZ 1812 Ag 12 3:3
CHAPIN, SALLY (T. No. 9) Marries Henry Hudson. EXP 1808 Jl 27 3:2
CHAPIN, SAMUEL (JR.) (Livonia) Marries Eliza Armstrong. GGA 1827 Sp 12 3:6
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:5
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1823 Mr 19 3:4
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Defended by brother and family. GGA 1827 Mr 7 2:4 ltr.
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Defended by brother. PAL 1827 Mr 7 3:2 ltr.
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Dies in Buffalo. GGA 1826 Nv 29 3:6
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Involvement in Morgan affair denied by C. Chapin. GGA 1827 Fb 28 2:6
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Involvement in Morgan affair denied by C. Chapin. PAL 1827 Fb 28 3:2 ltr.
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Marries Sylvia Holmes. GAZ 1816 Oc 2 3:3
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Opens business. GAZ 1816 Je 5 3:4 adv.
CHAPIN, SETH (engraver) Vindicated by testimony. PAL 1827 Mr 21 1:5
CHAPIN, SILAS store house raised without use of spirits. GMA 1831 Je 22 1:6
CHAPIN, SILAS (G) Becomes agent for estate. GAZ 1824 Dc 29 3:3
CHAPIN, SILAS (G) Daughter dies. PAL 1823 Mr 26 3:2
CHAPIN, SILAS (G) Name cleared further. GGA 1827 Mr 21 2:4
CHAPIN, SILAS (G) Property damaged by rising waters. GGA 1828 My 28 2:4
CHAPIN, SILAS (G) Son dies. GAZ 1823 Ja 1 3:3
CHAPIN, SILAS (merchant) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1810 Fb 21 3:4
CHAPIN, SILAS (merchant) Dissolves partnership with S. Hudson. GAZ 1815 Mr 22 3:4
CHAPIN, SILAS (merchant) Forms partnership with Sally Hudson. GAZ 1812 Ag 12 3:3
CHAPIN, SILAS (merchant) Marries Deborah Dorsey. GAZ 1815 Oc 18 3:3
CHAPIN, SILAS (merchant) Sheriff's sale of property scheduled. GAZ 1810 Sp 19 3:3
CHAPIN, SPENCER (Canandaigua) Marries Eliza Seymour. GAZ 1814 Je 8 3:2
CHAPIN, SPENCER (T. Canandaigua) daughter dies. GAZ 1836 Fb 17 3:3
CHAPIN, SPENCER (T. Canandaigua) dies. GMA 1833 Mr 27 3:3
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (Canandaigua) dies. GMA 1830 Mr 17 3:3
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (Canandaigua) Donates money to relieve war victims. GAZ 1814 Fb 2 1:3
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (Canandaigua) Elected director of Ontario Bank. GAZ 1814 Nv 16 3:3
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (Canandaigua) Elected director of Ontario Bank. GAZ 1817 Je 25 3:2
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (Canandaigua) Elected director of Ontario Bank. GGA 1827 Oc 12 3.4
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (Canandaigua) Elected director of the Ontario Bank. GAZ 1819 Je 16 3:3
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (JR.) (Canandaigua) urges temperance in young men. GMA 1830 Fb 10 1:5 ltr.
CHAPIN, THADDEUS (T. Canandaigua) marries Rebecca Bemis. GMA 1832 Oc 17 3:5
CHAPMAN, BELLONA (Palmyra) Marries Elias Jennings. GAZ 1819 Mr 10 3:4
CHAPMAN, CHAUNCY (T. Phelps) marries Mercey French. GMA 1832 Fb 15 3:5
CHAPMAN, ELIZA (Ithaca) Marries Jonathan Ingersoll Jr. GAZ 1816 Fb 28 3:5
CHAPMAN, ELIZABETH (G) Offers reward for runaway apprentice. GGA 1826 Dc 6 3:5
CHAPMAN, ELVITA (G) Marries Jonas Wynaugle. GAZ 1823 Ja 29 3:3
CHAPMAN, GEORGE (Waterloo) Attempts to starve self to avoid execution. GGA 1829 My 20 3:2
CHAPMAN, GEORGE (Waterloo) Murder trial begins. GGA 1829 My 13 2:5
CHAPMAN, GEORGE (Waterloo) Murders D. Wright. GGA 1828 Jl 23 3:2
CHAPMAN, GEORGE (Waterloo) Sentenced to death for murder. GGA 1829 Ap 22 3:1
CHAPMAN, HEMAN (Benton) Marries Levina Swarthout. GAZ 1816 Mr 13 3:4
CHAPMAN, HENRY (Ontario C.) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1816 Ap 10 3:2
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Appointed chaplain of regiment. GAZ 1812 Jl 22 2:4
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Dies. GAZ 1813 My 26 3:1
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Estate offered for sale. GAZ 1814 Nv 2 3:4 adv.
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Installed as senior pastor. GAZ 1812 Jl 15 2:3
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Offers reward for runaway apprentice. GAZ 1809 Oc 25 3:2
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Peter LeConte settles estate. GAZ 1813 Je 30 3:3
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Praised for literary work. GAZ 1819 Ag 11 1:5 ltr.
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Presides at ordination. EXP 1808 Sp 14 3:1
CHAPMAN, JEDEDIAH (Rev.) Public auction of possessions scheduled. GAZ 1813 Sp 1 3:2
CHAPMAN, JOHN (Vienna) Reports runaway apprentice. GGA 1829 Je 24 3:6 adv.
CHAPMAN, JOHN T. (G) Child dies. GAZ 1813 Dc 15 3:4
CHAPMAN, JOHN T. (G) Infant son dies. GAZ 1817 Fb 19 3:3
CHAPMAN, JOHN T. (G) Offers seat in Presbyterian church for sale. GAZ 1814 Mr 2 3:4
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Appointed sheriff. GAZ 1819 Jl 21 3:2
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Appointed sheriff. GAZ 1820 Fb 16 3:2
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Dies. GGA 1827 Mr 28 3:5
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Dies. PAL 1827 Mr 28 3:3
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Elected sheriff. GAZ 1822 Nv 13 2:5
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Elected sheriff. PAL 1822 Nv 20 2:5
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Elected sheriff. PAL 1822 Dc 4 3:3
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Nominated for assembly. GAZ 1821 Ap 11 3:1
CHAPMAN, JOSIAH B. (Ovid) Removed from sheriff's office. GAZ 1821 Fb 28 3:2
CHAPMAN, LEWIS (T. Hopewell) marries Rebecca Jones. GZT 1839 Ap 10 3:3
CHAPMAN, MARGARET Dies. GAZ 1812 Sp 16 3:1
CHAPMAN, MARY (Ovid) Marries Russell Fargo. GGA 1828 Sp 17 3:6
CHAPMAN, MARY (Troy) Marries Chester H. Benton. GGA 1826 Mr 15 3:5
CHAPMAN, NATHAN (G) Dies. GGA 1827 Ap 11 3:5
CHAPMAN, NOAH Dies. PAL 1827 Ap 11 3:3
CHAPMAN, PALMYRA Mrs. (Livonia) Dies. PAL 1826 Ag 23 3:2
CHAPMAN, S. (Seneca Falls) Hardware ad first appears. GAZ 1818 Je 3 3:3 adv.
CHAPMAN, S. (Seneca Falls) Offers ironwares for sale. GAZ 1822 Mr 13 4:5 adv.
CHAPMAN, S. (Seneca Falls) Offers tavern for lease. GAZ 1814 Ag 10 3:3 adv.
CHAPMAN, THOMAS Son dies. GAZ 1822 Ag 7 3:3
CHAPMAN, VALERIA (G) Marries James Reynolds. EXP 1808 Oc 12 3:3
CHAPMAN,Mr. (businessman) Starts partnership with J. Norris. PAL 1817 Ja 22 4:5
CHAPPEL, EDGECOMB Receives agricultural award. GAZ 1820 Oc 18 3:1
CHAPPEL, ENOS (Avon) Receives agriculture awards. GAZ 1819 Oc 20 3:1
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Almhouse proposed for Seneca County. GGA 1827 Ja 3 2:6
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Assembly debates incorporation for Geneva charity. GAZ 1810 Fb 21 3:2
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Committee of Safety and Relief offers relief for war victims. GAZ 1814 Fb 2 1:3
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Completion of Ontario County poorhouse announced. PAL 1826 Sp 27 2:4
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Construction cost and layout of Ontario County Poorhouse reported. GGA 1826 Oc 4 2:5
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Geneva society schedules meeting. GAZ 1819 Dc 8 3:4
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Legislative contributions reported. GAZ 1817 Fb 26 1:5
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Ontario county poorhouse completed. GGA 1826 Sp 27 3:1
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Ontario county poorhouse opens. PAL 1826 Oc 18 3:3
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Ontario County purchases site. GGA 1825 Dc 7 2:5
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Ontario County supervisors request proposals for poor farm. PAL 1825 Oc 19 3:4
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Poor relief in Ontario county discussed. GGA 1827 Ap 21 3:1
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Praised for work with poor. GAZ 1819 Ja 27 3:1 ltr.
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Proposals for building Ontario County poorhouse requested. PAL 1825 Dc 21 3:4
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Seamen’s Friend Society benefit scheduled in Geneva. GAZ 1834 Ja 29 3:5 adv.
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Soup house statistics given. GAZ 1817 Mr 26 2:5
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS Warrant for removal of pauper printed. PAL 1826 Nv 29 1:5
CHARITY INSTITUTIONS (Geneva) association to aid poor proposed. GMA 1830 Oc 6 3:3 ed.
CHARLES, JOHN (Waterloo) Commits suicide after receiving head injury. GAZ 1820 Oc 11 3:1
CHARLES, LEWIS (Canandaigua) Child dies. GAZ 1816 Fb 14 3:3
CHARLES, SAMUEL (T. Seneca) Cautions public against buying notes. EXP 1809 Ja 18 3:3
CHARLESTOWN, N.Y. Name changed to Lima. EXP 1808 My 4 3:2
CHARLESWORTH, WILLIAM (G) Marries Mary Jackson. GAZ 1822 Oc 2 3:4
CHARLTON, PETER dies. GMA 1830 Ag 4 3:3
CHARTER, FRANCIS (T. Brighton) Defaults on Mortgage. GGA 1829 Je 3 3:5
CHASE, CHARLES (Att.) Ad first appears. GAZ 1815 Fb 22 3:3 adv.
CHASE, CHARLES (Att.) Ad last appears. GAZ 1815 Mr 8 3:4 adv.
CHASE, CHRISTOPHER (Ontario C.) Dies. GAZ 1818 Dc 9 3:3
CHASE, EDMUND (Manchester) Marries Hannah Brown. GGA 1828 Fb 13 3:2
CHASE, ELECTA (T. Seneca) Marries John A. Jenner. PAL 1823 Ag 27 3:3
CHASE, ELISHA (T. Richmond) appointed postmaster. GMA 1833 Fb 20 3:3
CHASE, ELISHA (T. Richmond) appointed postmaster. COU 1833 Fb 27 3:2
CHASE, ELISHA (T. Seneca) Marries Margery Smith. GAZ 1822 Ja 16 3:3
CHASE, ELIZA (T. Phelps) marries Thomas J. Reed. GAZ 1835 Ja 14 3:3
CHASE, EUNICE (Prattsburgh) Marries James Beaman. GAZ 1817 Fb 5 3:3
CHASE, HENRY (T. Phelps) marries Charlotte Page. GMA 1831 Mr 2 3:5
CHASE, IRA (T. Jerusalem) Marries Lucy Wynship. GAZ 1818 Jl 1 3:3
CHASE, JACOB (Rev.) installed as Universalist minister at Geneva. GAZ 1835 Ap 29 3:2 adv.
CHASE, JOB (Palmyra) Marries Martha Miller. GAZ 1817 Dc 10 3:4
CHASE, JOHN B. (Jerusalem) Appointed commissioner. GAZ 1822 Ap 10 3:1
CHASE, JOHN B. (T. Jerusalem) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1817 Sp 10 3:3
CHASE, LAURA (T. Seneca) Marries William Baxter. GAZ 1816 My 22 3:3
CHASE, MARY (Milo) Marries Jacob C. Abel. GGA 1827 Je 6 3:5
CHASE, Mr. (Benton) Marries Catharine Winship. GAZ 1817 Fb 19 3:3
CHASE, PAMELIA (T. Phelps) Marries David Ringer. PAL 1821 Sp 19 3:4
CHASE, PHILIP (Waterloo) Dies. GGA 1828 Ap 23 3:5
CHASE, SARAH marries Norman Webster. GMA 1830 Mr 24 3:3
CHASE, WALTER (T. Phelps) marries Cusiah Ellsworth. COU 1833 Fb 6 3:3
CHASE, WALTER (T. Phelps) marries Cusiah Elsworth. GMA 1833 Fb 6 3:5
CHATFIELD, CURTIS (T. Gorham) Killed in wagon accident. GMA 1829 Ag 19 2:5
CHATFIELD, SOLOMON (T. Middlesex) marries Elizabeth Carr. GMA 1833 Fb 13 3:5
CHATFIELD, WILLIAM M. (T. East Bloomfield) marries Hannah S. Sweet. GAZ 1835 Sp 9 3:1
CHATHAM, JOHN (Fayette) Dies. GAZ 1820 Jl 19 3:4
CHATHAM, NANCY (Fayette) Marries Hugh Wier. GGA 1828 Ja 9 3:5
CHATHAM, WILLIAM (T. Seneca Falls) dies. GAZ 1835 Dc 30 3:2
CHATHAM, WILLIAM (T. Seneca Falls) marries Eliza Pease. GMA 1830 Sp 29 3:5
CHAUNCEY, ISAAC (Commodore) Captures four British ships. GAZ 1813 Oc 13 3:1
CHAUNCEY, ISAAC (Commodore) Describes British attempt to attack Sackett's Harbor shipyard. GAZ 1814 My 25 3:3 ltr.
CHAUNCEY, ISAAC (Commodore) Gives reasons for inability to aid Brown's army. GAZ 1814 Oc 5 1:3 ltr.
CHAUNCEY, ISAAC (Commodore) J. Brown requests Lake Ontario fleet's assistance. GAZ 1814 Oc 5 1:2 ltr.
CHAUNCEY, ISAAC (Commodore) Loses two schooners in storm on Lake Ontario. GAZ 1813 Ag 25 2:3
CHAUNCEY, ISAAC (Commodore) Reports attack on Lake Ontario. GAZ 1813 Ag 25 2:4 ltr.
CHAUNCEY, ISAAC (Commodore) Reports of battle in York Bay. GAZ 1813 Nv 3 2:3
CHEAFFY, POLLY (Fayette) Marries George Ringer. GAZ 1817 Ap 16 3:3
CHEENEY, CALVIN (Ontario C.) Imprisoned for counterfeiting. PAL 1821 Jl 4 3.2
CHEESMAN, NICHOLAS (Hector) Marries Catharine Garrison. GAZ 1816 Fb 7 3:3
CHEETHAM, JAMES Criticized for propaganda during governor's campaign. EXP 1808 My 18 2:3 ed.
CHEMISTRY Cayuga County man severely injured handling nitric acid. GGA 1826 Ja 25 3:5
CHEMISTRY Dr. Cutbushy ends series of lectures at Geneva College. GMA 1831 Je 29 3:1 ed.
CHEMISTRY J. Holbrook offers lectures. GAZ 1820 Sp 20 3:4 adv.
CHEMISTRY Promoted as important element of medical practice. GAZ 1819 My 19 3:2 ltr.
CHEMUNG CANAL Amendment to petition printed. GGA 1828 Mr 19 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL appointments listed. COU 1833 Ap 3 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL appointments listed. GAZ 1835 Ap 1 2:6
CHEMUNG CANAL Appropriations for construction discussed. GMA 1829 Sp 16 3:4
CHEMUNG CANAL assembly committee issues report. GMA 1830 Mr 31 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Assembly debate sketched. GGA 1827 Fb 7 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Assembly passes bill. GGA 1829 Ap 8 31
CHEMUNG CANAL assembly report printed. GMA 1830 Ap 7 2:5
CHEMUNG CANAL Assembly vote reported. GGA 1826 Ap 19 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Assemblyman criticized for opposing bill. PAL 1828 Ap 23 2:2 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Benefits elaborated. GGA 1829 Fb 18 2:5 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Benefits enumerated. GGA 1829 Ap 29 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Benefits noted. GGA 1828 Dc 10 3:2 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill passes assembly. PAL 1828 Ap 16 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill passes assembly. GGA 1827 Fb 28 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill passes assembly. PAL 1826 Ap 19 2:3 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill postponed in assembly. GGA 1827 Fb 21 3:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill presented to legislature. GGA 1828 Ap 2 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill rejected. GGA 1828 Ap 23 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill sent to state senate. GGA 1828 Ap 16 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Bill submitted to assembly. GGA 1829 Fb 11 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL canal commissioners’ report published. GMA 1830 Fb 17 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Citizens support construction. GGA 1827 Ja 3 2:6
CHEMUNG CANAL Citizens urged to sign petition. GGA 1827 Dc 19 3:6
CHEMUNG CANAL Commencement of construction pushed. GGA 1828 Ja 30 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Committee famed to expedite construction. GGA 1829 Ja 21 3.2
CHEMUNG CANAL Committee report printed. GGA 1829 Ja 28 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Committee report printed. GGA 1828 Ap 2 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Committee resolutions published. GGA 1828 Ja 30 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Concert celebrates passage of bill. GGA 1829 Ap 29 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Construction advocated. GGA 1826 My 17 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Construction begins in June. GGA 1829 My 21 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Construction bill passes assembly. GGA 1827 Ja 31 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL construction completed. COU 1832 Dc 5 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Construction contracts sought. GMA 1829 Nv 25 3:5 adv.
CHEMUNG CANAL Construction defended. GGA 1828 Oc 8 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL construction progress reported. GMA 1830 Ag 25 3:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Construction promoted. GGA 1826 Mr 15 3:1 ltr.
CHEMUNG CANAL Construction urged by pamphlet. GGA 1827 Sp 12 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL contracts awarded. GMA 1830 Je 2 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Convention discusses maintenance of canal. GGA 1827 Oc 10 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Cost limit on construction noted. GGA 1829 Ap 15 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Debated in senate. GGA 1827 Mr 21 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Declared important asset. GGA 1827 Fb 7 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Delegates from affected counties meet. GGA 1827 Sp 5 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL described. COU 1833 My 15 2:4 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Discussed at Geneva meeting. PAL 1826 Dc 20 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Discussion scheduled in Geneva. GGA 1827 Sp 19 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL efforts made to extend period of operation. GAZ 1833 Dc 11 3:5
CHEMUNG CANAL Elmira town meeting reported. GGA 1827 Sp 5 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Engineer a report very favorable. GGA 1826 Mr 22 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Engineer supplies information to potential contractors. GMA 1829 Dc 30 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL engineer’s report printed. GMA 1830 My 12 2:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Expense report hoped to satisfy canal critics. GGA 1828 Je 11 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Face a trouble in legislature. GGA 1828 Ap 9 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL first passage reported. COU 1832 Dc 12 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Gains priority over Crooked Lake Canal. GGA 1829 Ja 7 3.1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Geneva group petitions to legislature. GGA 1828 Dc 24 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Geneva meeting supports venture. GGA 1826 Dc 27 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Genevans celebrate passage of bill. GGA 1829 My 20 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL ground breaking ceremony reported. GMA 1830 Jl 21 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Impact of construction discussed. GMA 1829 Dc 16 3:5
CHEMUNG CANAL Ithaca newspaper criticized for opposition. GGA 1826 Dc 20 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Law expected to pass. GGA 1829 Ap 1 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Law printed. GGA 1829 Ap 22 2:6
CHEMUNG CANAL Legislative approval urged. GGA 1827 Ap 5 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Legislative authorization urged. GMA 1829 Dc 23 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Legislative committee report printed. GGA 1826 Ap 5 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Legislative debate reported. GGA 1827 Mr 28 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Legislature petitioned for approval. GGA 1826 Dc 20 2:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Legislature petitioned for construction of canal. PAL 1827 Fb 7 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL legislature rejects suspension of project. GMA 1830 Ap 14 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL loan proposals reported. GMA 1830 Jl 28 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Meeting scheduled at Painted Post. PAL 1827 Sp 12 2:5
CHEMUNG CANAL Meeting scheduled for discussion. GGA 1826 Dc 20 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL meeting scheduled to award contract. GMA 1830 My 19 3:2 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Meeting scheduled to discuss topic. GGA 1828 Ja 23 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Meeting scheduled to expedite bill passage. GGA 1829 Fb 4 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL navigation begins. GAZ 1833 Ag 21 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Newspapers debate practicality. GGA 1826 Ap 26 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL officials named. GAZ 1834 Mr 26 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Ontario County citizens meet to discuss canal. GGA 1827 Sp 26 3:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Passage of bill celebrated in Geneva. GGA 1829 My 21 15
CHEMUNG CANAL Passage of bill in assembly celebrated. GGA 1827 Fb 28 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Passage of bill praised. GGA 1829 Ap 22 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Passage of bill urged. GGA 1828 Ap 2 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Petitions printed. GGA 1827 Dc 26 2:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Petitions to legislature discussed. PAL 1826 Dc 17 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Petitions to legislature discussed. PAL 1826 Dc 27 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Plans completed GMA 1829 Ag 26 2:6
CHEMUNG CANAL positive action advocated. GMA 1830 Ap 7 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Proceedings of Geneva meeting reported. PAL 1826 Dc 27 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Proceedings of Geneva meeting reported. PAL 1826 Dc 17 2:4
CHEMUNG CANAL progress discussed. GMA 1831 Fb 2 2:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Progress of survey discussed. GMA 1829 Sp 2 2:5
CHEMUNG CANAL Progress report printed. GGA 1828 Mr 11 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Project supported at Ontario County meeting. PAL 1827 Sp 26 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Promoted in assembly. GGA 1828 Mr 11 3i3
CHEMUNG CANAL Promotional meeting scheduled. GGA 1826 Nv 29 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Prospects for legislative approval discussed. GGA 1826 Ap 19 3.1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Public misconception mentioned. GGA 1828 Dc 24 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL Public scheduled to meet. PAL 1828 Ja 23 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL rapid progress reported. GMA 1830 Sp 15 3:4
CHEMUNG CANAL Receipts and expenditures estimated. GGA 1828 Mr 19 3:4
CHEMUNG CANAL repaired. COU 1833 Oc 23 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Report analyzed. GGA 1829 Ja 28 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL report discussed. GMA 1830 Ap 14 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Report favors construction. GGA 1829 Fb 11 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Report on expenditures and revenues. GGA 1829 Fb 18 2:2
CHEMUNG CANAL report on extension to coal mines printed. GMA 1830 My 19 2:3
CHEMUNG CANAL Senate rejection attacked. GGA 1827 Ap 11 3:1
CHEMUNG CANAL Senator Wright's report criticized. PAL 1827 Mr 7 2:4 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL state investment authorized. GMA 1831 Fb 9 2:5
CHEMUNG CANAL stockholders schedule meeting to elect director. GAZ 1833 Jl 10 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL subscriptions close. GAZ 1833 Jl 3 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Supported as means of transporting coal to New York. GGA 1827 Ja 17 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Supported. GGA 1826 Dc 27 2:5
CHEMUNG CANAL Supported. GGA 1827 Fb 21 3:2
CHEMUNG CANAL Surveyor's activities reported. GMA 1829 Ag 5 2:6
CHEMUNG CANAL toll collector and superintendents appointed. COU 1836 Ap 6 2:5
CHEMUNG CANAL toll receipts listed. GAZ 1835 Je 24 2:7
CHEMUNG CANAL Topic considered at Geneva meeting. PAL 1828 Ja 30 2:3
CHEMUNG CANAL undue benefits to Geneva refuted. GMA 1830 Fb 17 3:1 ed.
CHEMUNG CANAL BANK chancery auction of property scheduled. GAZ 1835 My 20 3:2
CHENANGO CANAL appropriation bill passed. COU 1833 Fb 27 2:2
CHENANGO CANAL authorization of construction commended. COU 1833 Fb 27 3:2 ed.
CHENANGO CANAL construction bill defeat criticized. COU 1831 Mr 16 3:1 ed.
CHENANGO CANAL construction officials appointed. COU 1833 Ap 24 2:4
CHENANGO CANAL defeat of bill in assembly regretted. COU 1832 Ap 25 2:4 ed.
CHENANGO CANAL Progress of survey discussed. GMA 1829 Sp 2 2.5
CHENEY, E. W. (Ontario C.) Appointed delegate to Utica convention. GGA 1828 Jl 23 3:3
CHENEY, WILLIAM (Palmyra) Marries Susan Davidson. GAZ 1812 Je 3 3:4
CHERRY, WILLIAM dies. GAZ 1834 Dc 24 3:4
CHESAPEAKE (frigate) Captured by England's Shannon. GAZ 1813 Je 9 3:1
CHESAPEAKE (frigate) Details of casualties on Chesapeake reported. GAZ 1813 Jl 7 3:2
CHESAPEAKE (frigate) Further particulars of battle with Shannon reported. GAZ 1813 Je 30 2:2
CHESAPEAKE (frigate) Recount of battle with Shannon. GAZ 1813 Jl 14 2:1
CHESAPEAKE (frigate) Secretary of Navy explains loss of ship. GAZ 1813 Je 23 2:4 ltr.
CHESEBRO, CHARLES (Canandaigua) Dies. GGA 1827 Je 13 3:4
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Accused of being involved in Morgan case. PAL 1826 Dc 20 1:5
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Affidavit regarding Morgan affair printed. PAL 1827 Ja 24 1:4
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Appointed coroner. GAZ 1820 Fb 16 3:2
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Appointed coroner. GAZ 1822 Ap 10 3:1
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Character examined. PAL 1827 Mr 28 2:5
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Elected coroner. GGA 1825 Nv 23 2:4
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Elected coroner. PAL 1825 Nv 23 3:3
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Pleads guilty of kidnapping W. Morgan. PAL 1827 Ja 10 3:3
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Sentenced for kidnapping W. Morgan. GGA 1827 Je 10 3:3
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Tried in Morgan case. PAL 1827 Mr 14 1:4
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Wins award for prize animals. PAL 1824 Nv 25 2:3
CHESEBRO, NICHOLAS G. (Canandaigua) Wins civil suit steming from Morgan affair. GMA 1829 Sp 30 3:3
CHESEBRO, SALLY (T. Farmington) marries Jeremiah Cotton. GAZ 1835 Mr 4 3:1
CHICKERING, JOSEPH son dies. GAZ 1835 Oc 7 2:7
CHIDSEY, AUGUSTUS (T. Milo) Sheriff's sale of property scheduled. PAL 1821 Dc 5 3:5
CHIDSEY, AUGUSTUS (T. Milo) Sheriff's sale of property scheduled. PAL 1822 Sp 25 3:4
CHIDSEY, R. S. marries Eliza Woodin. GMA 1831 Sp 7 3:5
CHIDSEY, S. B. (T. Fayette) offers reward for runaway apprentice. GMA 1831 Oc 19 3:6
CHIDSEY, SALLY (Benton) Marries Dr. William Cornwell. GAZ 1817 Jl 30 3:4
CHIDSEY, SAMUEL B (Fayette) Appointed postmaster. GMA 1829 Dc 9 3:2
CHIDSEY, SAMUEL B (Fayette) Elected justice for Seneca County. GGA 1827 Nv 28 3:4
CHIDSEY, SAMUEL B (Fayette) Offers reward for recovery of stolen property. PAL 1823 Ap 16 3:3
CHIDSEY, SAMUEL B. (T. Fayette) resigns as psotmaster at West Fayette. GMA 1832 Ag 22 2:6
CHILD ABUSE A. Semsen responsible for child's death. GMA 1829 Ag 5 2:6
CHILD ABUSE E. Champlin sentenced to life imprisonment. GAZ 1820 Je 13 3:1
CHILD ABUSE E. Hastings sentenced for assaulting youth. GGA 1827 Nv 28 3:1
CHILD ABUSE infant’s death attributed to abuse. GAZ 1833 Jl 10 3:1
CHILD ABUSE J. Hamilton sentenced. GGA 1828 Sp 3 2:4
CHILD ABUSE Man convicted of raping daughters. PAL 1822 Je 19 3:1
CHILD ABUSE Man jailed in Canandaigua. GGA 1828 Ag 20 2:6
CHILD ABUSE Mother abandons infant. PAL 1821 Je 27 2:4
CHILD ABUSE P. B. Torrey beats son to death. COU 1831 Jl 27 2:6
CHILD ABUSE P. B. Torrey kills son. GMA 1832 Je 20 3:3
CHILD ABUSE trial of P. B. Torrey reported. GMA 1832 Je 27 2:4
CHILD ABUSE woman sentenced for killing baby. COU 1833 Jl 10 2:3
CHILD REARING corporal punishment condemned. GMA 1830 Mr 17 3:3
CHILD REARING Early discipline advocated. GGA 1826 Ap 5 3:2 ltr.
CHILD REARING Early establishment of parental authority advocated. GGA 1826 Fb 15 4:1
CHILD REARING parental consistency urged. GZT 1839 Je 5 2:5
CHILD REARING Religion praised as being helpful. GGA 1827 Jl 18 1:6
CHILD REARING Rocking babies condemned. GGA 1826 My 24 1:6
CHILD REARING Stifling effect of excessive clothing discussed. GGA 1826 Ja 11 4:1
CHILD, GENNETT (Waterloo) Marries Ray G. Lewis. GGA 1826 Dc 6 3:3
CHILD, JOHN H. (Waterloo) assumes ownership of “Seneca Farmer”. GMA 1832 Dc 26 3:2 ed.
CHILD, JONATHAN (Ontario C.) Appointed commissioner. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:2
CHILD, JONATHAN (T. Bloomfield) Elected to assembly. GAZ 1816 My 22 3:1
CHILD, JONATHAN (T. Bloomfield) Elected to assembly. GAZ 1815 My 10 3:1 cht.
CHILD, JONATHAN (T. Bloomfield) Marries Sophia E. Rochester. GAZ 1818 My 20 3:3
CHILD, JONATHAN (T. Bloomfield) Named Republican assembly candidate. GAZ 1816 Ap 3 3:2
CHILD, JONATHAN (T. Bloomfield) Nominated Republican candidate for assembly. GAZ 1815 Ap 19 3:4
CHILD, MARY ANN (Waterloo) Marries Sylvester Sanderson. GGA 1829 Mr 18 3:3
CHILD, Mr. Enters partnership with H. G. Merrell. GGA 1827 Sp 26 3:2
CHILD, WILLIAM (Waterloo) establishes “Wayne Republican”. GMA 1833 Ap 3 3:3
CHILD, WILLIAM (Waterloo) transfers ownership of “Seneca Farmer” to son. GMA 1832 Dc 26 3:2 ed.
CHILD, WILLIAM H. (Skaheatales) Marries Susan Hill. GMA 1829 Dc 23 3:4
CHILD,Miss (teacher) Closes school until May. GAZ 1817 Mr 12 3:5 adv.
CHILDREN Hardening of children's constitution explained. GGA 1825 Nv 16 1:6
CHILDREN Medical care discussed. GMA 1829 Nv 18 1:5
CHILDREN Mother's treatment of children's disorders criticized. GGA 1825 Oc 19 1:5
CHILDREN pleasures of childhood extolled. GMA 1830 Ag 25 4:1 ltr.
CHILDREN, CARE OF protection against explosives urged. GAZ 1835 Jl 15 2:6 ed.
CHILDS, AMASA (Waterloo) Marries Larissa Southwick. GGA 1828 Nv 25 3:4
CHILDS, AMHERST (Waterloo) appointed Superintendent of Poor GAZ 1833 Oc 16 3:3
CHILDS, DAVID (T. Canandaigua) marries Eliza Crane. COU 1832 Dc 5 3:3
CHILDS, GARDNER (Waterloo) Convicted of counterfeiting. PAL 1822 Jl 17 3:1
CHILDS, GARDNER (Waterloo) Fall from horse kills son. GGA 1828 Dc 31 3:4
CHILDS, OLIVER (T. Seneca) wife Nancy eulogized. GMA 1831 My 11 3:5
CHILDS, PERRY G. (Madison) Nominated as senator for the western district. GAZ 1818 Fb 18 3:2
CHILDS, SOPHIA (Mass.) Marries Samuel Ledyard. GAZ 1816 Fb 7 3:3
CHILDS, TIMOTHY (Ontario C.) Appointed master in chancery. GAZ 1819 Mr 10 3:3
CHILDS, TIMOTHY (Ontario C.) Appointed Ontario County commissioner. PAL 1819 Mr 11 2:1
CHILDS, TIMOTHY (Ontario C.) Marries Catharine Adams. GAZ 1817 Ap 9 3:3
CHILDS, W. H. (merchant) moves store. COU 1832 My 23 3:5 adv.
CHILDS, W. H. (merchant) requests payment of debts. COU 1833 Fb 20 3:4
CHILDS, W. H. (merchant) sells business to O. L. Welch. COU 1833 Fb 20 3:4 adv.
CHILDS, WILLIAM (Waterloo) changes title of newspaper. GMA 1831 Ag 17 3:3
CHILDS, WILLIAM (Waterloo) Establishes "Seneca Farmer." GAZ 1823 Ag 13 2:4
CHILDS, WILLIAM R. (Niagara Falls) Marries Laura Amsden. GGA 1828 Ap 16 3:3
CHILDS, Dr. (Waterloo) Assumes practice of Isaac A. Gibbs. GGA 1826 Sp 6 3:6 adv.
CHILDS, JOEL (G) Child dies. GAZ 1822 Sp 18 3:3
CHILDS, TIMOTHY (Ontario C.) Superseded as master in chancery. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:3
CHILDS, WARD (Lewiston) Marries Martha Washington Stevenson. GAZ 1822 Oc 30 3:3
CHILSON, CYNTHIA (Reading) Leaves husband. GAZ 1813 Dc 29 3:3
CHILSON, LEVI (Reading) Reports wife's desertion. GAZ 1813 Dc 29 3:3
CHIPMAN, JEFFREY (T. Canandaigua) appointed commissioner in charge of deeds. COU 1831 Oc 19 2:4
CHIPMAN, JEFFREY (T. Canandaigua) Appointed county comissioner. GAZ 1823 Oc 22 2:3
CHIPMAN, JEFFREY (T. Canandaigua) Elected justice for Ontario County. GGA 1827 Nv 28 3:4
CHIPMAN, JEFFREY (T. Canandaigua) Elected justice of the peace. PAL 1827 Nv 21 2:4
CHIPMAN, JEFFRY (Livonia) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1819 Oc 13 3:4
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Appointed commissioner. GAZ 1818 Jl 1 3:1
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Appointed judge. EXP 1808 Mr 30 3:2
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Appointed judge. GAZ 1811 Fb 27 3:2
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Elected delegate to state convention. PAL 1821 Je 6 3:1
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Elected delegate to state convention. PAL 1824 Sp 8 3:1
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Elected manager of Bible society. GAZ 1820 Je 28 3:1
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Named chairman of Democratic convention. GAZ 1819 Fb 17 3:2
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Named manager of Manlius Bible Society. GAZ 1815 Fb 8 3:4
CHIPMAN, LEMUEL (Honeoye) Nominated Republican candidate for assembly EXP 1808 Mr 30 3:2
CHIPMAN, Mr. (T. Canandaigua) lectures on evils of ardent spirits. GAZ 1838 Ap 4 2:5 ed.
CHIPMAN, SAMUEL (Ontario C.) Nominated for assembly at district convention. GAZ 1821 Ja 10 3:1
CHIPMAN, SAMUEL (Ontario C.) Relates experience with tic doloreux. GAZ 1817 Ja 1 3:1
CHIPMAN, SAMUEL (Richmond) Chosen secretary of meeting of Republican delegates. PAL 1817 Ja 22 3:3
CHIPMAN, SAMUEL (T. Richmond) Asked to speak to Ontario Agricultural Society. GAZ 1824 Sp 15 3:2
CHIPPEWA, BATTLE OF Aftermath reported. GAZ 1814 Jl 20 3:1
CHIPPEWA, BATTLE OF British account printed. GAZ 1814 Ag 10 1:5
CHIPPEWA, BATTLE OF Major General Brown lauds forces. GAZ 1814 Jl 20 2:3
CHIPPEWA, BATTLE OF Major General Jacob Brown recounts battle. GAZ 1814 Ag 3 2:3
CHIPPEWA, BATTLE OF Recounted by Captain Austin. GAZ 1814 Ag 24 2:2 ltr.
CHIPPEWA, BATTLE OF Reported. GAZ 1814 Jl 13 3:1
CHISSOM, HANNAH (Penn Yan) Marries William Potter. GAZ 1818 Ap 1 3:4
CHISSON, EPHRAIM (Benton) Marries Sally Miller, GAZ 1815 Sp 13 3:2
CHOLERA adoption of preventive measures advocated. COU 1832 Je 20 2:4 ed.
CHOLERA chicken soup recommended as remedy. GMA 1832 Fb 1 3:4 ltr.
CHOLERA Cure described. GGA 1828 Oc 1 1:6
CHOLERA Cure given. GGA 1828 Ag 6 1:6
CHOLERA cure suggested. GAZ 1834 Jl 2 2:7 ltr.
CHOLERA deaths across state reported. GMA 1832 Ag 15 2:6
CHOLERA deaths reported in Rochester and Syracuse. GMA 1832 Ag 1 2:6
CHOLERA doctors account of spread printed. GMA 1832 Sp 12 3:2
CHOLERA Dresden man dies. PAL 1823 Ag 27 3:4
CHOLERA effects of epidemic in state reported. GMA 1832 Ag 8 2:6
CHOLERA epidemic strikes North America. GMA 1832 Je 20 3:1 ed.
CHOLERA facts and theories discussed. GMA 1832 Ap 4 2:3
CHOLERA Geneva area man dies in Ohio. GAZ 1834 Nv 26 3:2
CHOLERA Geneva meeting reported. COU 1832 Je 27 2:5
CHOLERA Genevans urged to follow board of health’s recommendations. COU 1832 Jl 11 2:5 ed.
CHOLERA governor orders quarantine of Canadian vessels. COU 1832 Je 27 3:4
CHOLERA impact on area discussed. COU 1832 Je 27 2:4 ed.
CHOLERA kills many Senecas at Buffalo. GMA 1832 Jl 25 3:4 ed.
CHOLERA linked to intemperance. COU 1831 Nv 16 3:2
CHOLERA local outbreaks reported. COU 1832 Jl 18 2:5 ed.
CHOLERA local towns outline precautions. GMA 1832 Je 27 2:3 ed.
CHOLERA methods to control disease explained. GMA 1832 Ag 22 3:1 ed.
CHOLERA new outbreak reported. COU 1833 Ap 17 2:5 ed.
CHOLERA not evident in Canandaigua. GMA 1832 Jl 25 2:6
CHOLERA precautionary measures detailed. GMA 1832 Ag 22 3:2 ltr.
CHOLERA preventative measures suggested. GAZ 1833 Jl 3 3:2 ed.
CHOLERA preventive measures listed. GAZ 1833 Jl 10 3:3
CHOLERA preventive medicine discussed. GAZ 1834 Ag 27 3:2
CHOLERA R. M. Williams recites home remedies. GMA 1832 Mr 7 3:3 ltr.
CHOLERA recommended diet printed. GMA 1832 Sp 12 1:6
CHOLERA report of consulting physicians of Boston recommended to Genevans. COU 1832 Ag 22 3:3
CHOLERA spreads to New York City and Albany. COU 1832 Jl 25 3:1 ed.
CHOLERA statewide statistics reported. COU 1832 Ag 1 3:3
CHOLERA statistics for major cities reported. COU 1832 Nv 28 2:6
CHOLERA temperance and cleanliness recommended to combat disease. COU 1832 Jl 4 2:4 ed.
CHOLERA treatment endorsed. GMA 1833 My 15 3:1 ltr.
CHOLERA treatment explained. GMA 1832 Jl 4 2:3
CHOLERA treatments discussed. GMA 1832 Ag 8 2:6
CHOLERA two cases reported in Seneca Falls. GMA 1832 Jl 11 3:5
CHOLERA use of diet to combat epidemic explained. GMA 1832 Ag 29 3:3
CHOLERA value of food as cure reported. GMA 1832 My 2 2:6 ltr.
CHOLERA Wayne County reports six deaths. GMA 1834 Sp 17 2:7
CHOLERA (Geneva) Board of Health formed. GMA 1832 Je 27 3:4
CHOLERA (Geneva) Board of Health requires cleansing homes with lime. GMA 1832 Ag 15 3:4
CHOLERA (Geneva) death reported. GAZ 1834 Ag 27 2:6
CHOLERA (Geneva) not present in village. GMA 1832 Jl 18 3:2 ed.
CHOLERA (Geneva) prevention encouraged through health ordinance. GAZ 1834 Ag 20 2:7
CHOLERA (Geneva) sanitation by-law printed. GAZ 1834 Sp 3 3:3 adv.
CHOLERA (Geneva) town escapes epidemic. COU 1832 Ag 1 3:2 ed.
CHOLERA (Geneva) village resolutions printed. GMA 1832 Je 27 3:4
CHOLERA (Ontario C.) affected areas listed. COU 1832 Ag 22 2:5
CHOLERA (Ontario C.) spreads. GMA 1832 Ag 22 3:1 ed.
CHOLERA (Ontario C.) two women die in Manchester. COU 1832 Ag 15 2:6
CHOLERA (Seneca C.) causes of outbreak in Seneca Falls reported. COU 1832 Jl 11 2:4 ltr.
CHRIS, SALLY (Benton) Kills herself after murdering three children. GAZ 1812 Ap 8 3:2
CHRISTIAN MAGAZINE (Geneva) commended. GMA 1833 Ja 2 3:3 ed.
CHRISTIAN MAGAZINE (Geneva) scope and affiliation reported. GMA 1831 Oc 19 3:5
CHRISTIAN MAGAZINE (periodical) edited by J. F. McLaren. GAZ 1834 Ja 29 3:2
CHRISTIE, HENRY Convicted of grand larceny. PAL 1822 Je 19 3:1
CHRISTIE, HENRY Sentenced to three years for grand larceny. GAZ 1822 Je 19 3:1
CHRISTIE, WILLIAM (Seneca C.) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1811 Jl 10 3:2
CHRISTMAS Local holiday poem printed. GMA 1829 Dc 23 2:3
CHRISTMAS Poem printed. GAZ 1820 Ja 5 1:1
CHRISTOPHER, CALISTA (Canoga) Marries Reuben Penoyer. GGA 1827 Dc 26 3:5
CHRONICLE (newspaper)--Canandaigua Assumes title "Ontario Chronicle." GGA 1828 Fb 13 2:6
CHRONICLE (newspaper)--Canandaigua Begins publication. GGA 1827 Nv 28 3:1
CHRONICLE (newspaper)--Canandaigua Founded. PAL 1827 Nv 28 2:3 ed.
CHRYSLER, FREDERICK (Ontario C.) Drowns. GMA 1829 Dc 30 3:2
CHURCH MUSIC Concert scheduled. GGA 1827 Ja 31 3:5
CHURCH MUSIC Geneva Presbyterian choir praised. GAZ 1837 Dc 27 2:5
CHURCH MUSIC Improvements outlined. GGA 1826 Mr 8 42
CHURCH MUSIC Improvements suggested. GMA 1829 Sp 23 4:2
CHURCH MUSIC Minister exhorted to lead congregation. GGA 1826 Ja 25 4:2
CHURCH MUSIC More reverent approach needed. GGA 1826 Jl 12 4:1
CHURCH MUSIC School recommended. GGA 1827 Ja 3 3:1 ed.
CHURCH, ADONIJAH Appointed judge. GAZ 1818 Je 24 3:1
CHURCH, ADONIJAH (Wolcott) Dies. GAZ 1822 Jl 3 3:5
CHURCH, FRANCIS (G) Authorizes J. L. Smith to settle accounts. PAL 1817 Ja 22 3:5
CHURCH, Mr. (teacher) begins music instructions. GAZ 1833 Ag 28 3:5 adv.
CHURCH, OSGOOD (Seneca C.) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1810 Mr 7 3:2
CHURCH, PARMELIA (Romulus) Marries Warren Dodge. GGA 1827 Dc 26 3:5
CHURCH, PHEBE (T. Sodus) Marries Charles Scott. GGA 1826 Nv 29 3:6
CHURCH, PHILIP (Angelica) Chairs state road convention. GGA 1826 Sp 6 2:6
CHURCH, PHILIP (Angelica) Contracts to buy land company holdings. GAZ 1820 Jl 12 3:3
CHURCH, PHILIP (Angelica) Nominates self as candidate for Congress. GAZ 1824 Nv 1 3:1
CHURCH, PHILIP (Angelica) Nominates self for Congress. GGA 1826 Oc 18 3:1
CHURCH, PHILIP (Belvedere) Land ad last appears. GAZ 1822 Ag 26 4:5 adv.
CHURCH, PHILIP (Belvedere) Land advertised. GAZ 1822 Ja 16 4:3 adv.
CHURCH, PHILIP (Belvidere) Offers land for sale. GAZ 1819 Oc 20 3:4 adv.
CHURCH, PHILIP (Belvidere) Offers large tract for sale. GAZ 1817 Fb 19 3:3 adv.
CHURCH, PHILIP (Belvidere) Requests contracts for turnpike. EXP 1807 Nv 18 4:1
CHURCH, PHILIP (Belvidere) Schedules auction to recover mortgage. GAZ 1810 Ja 24 3:3
CHURCH, PHILIP (Belvidere) Seeks contracts for roadwork. EXP 1807 Oc 21 3:1 adv.
CHURCH, SAMUEL (Middlesex) Commits suicide. GAZ 1822 Jl 17 3:4
CHURCHES Collections during services condemned. GAZ 1825 My 25 3:1 ltr.
CHURCHES Congregationalists install pastor in Canandaigua. GAZ 1824 Ja 14 3:2
CHURCHES Critic of gigglers rebuffed. GGA 1827 Ag 22 3:3 ltr.
CHURCHES Criticism of gigglers and talkers reiterated. GGA 1827 Ag 29 3:2 ltr.
CHURCHES Geneva congregations plan to participate in national fast. GAZ 1815 Ja 11 3:1
CHURCHES Masons lay cornerstone in Newark. PAL 1827 My 30 2:3 ed.
CHURCHES More ministers for western district sought. GGA 1828 Fb 6 3:1
CHURCHES Proper behavior during services satirized. GGA 1827 Sp 5 4:1
CHURCHES Seneca Falls church relics robbed. COU 1833 Nv 27 2:3
CHURCHES Seneca Falls meetinghouse pews offered for sale. GAZ 1817 Fb 12 3:4 adv.
CHURCHES Service compared to fashion show. GGA 1826 Je 7 4:2
CHURCHES St. Mark's organized at Penn Yan. GGA 1826 Ja 18 3:1
CHURCHES St. Paul's consecrated in Waterloo. GGA 1826 Sp 27 3:2
CHURCHES St. Thomas' organized in Bath. GGA 1826 My 3 3:2
CHURCHES Two under construction in Newark. GGA 1827 My 30 3:1
CHURCHES (Auburn) cornerstone for St. Peter’s church laid. GMA 1832 Sp 5 1:5
CHURCHES (Canandaigua) Rev. R. C. Shimeall becomes rector of St. John’s Church. GAZ 1833 Nv 20 3:3
CHURCHES (Geneva) denominations listed. COU 1833 Dc 11 2:4
CHURCHES (Geneva) new church opens. COU 1831 Je 8 3:4
CHURCHES--Geneva Disturbances at services toted. GAZ 1825 Fb 2 3:1 ltr.
CHURCHES--Geneva Listed. GAZ 1822 Oc 2 3:1
CHURCHES--Geneva Talking in church criticized. GGA 1827 Ag 15 3:2 ltr.
CIRCUSES Exhibition held in Geneva. PAL 1827 Jl 4 3:3
CIRCUSES Geneva performances scheduled. GAZ 1837 Jl 26 3:5 adv.
CIRCUSES New York Arena & Circus Company schedules performance. GZT 1839 My 15 3:4 adv.
CIRCUSES New York circus arrives. COU 1839 My 21 2:6 ed.
CIRCUSES Performance praised. PAL 1825 Ag 24 3:2 ltr.
CIRCUSES Performances scheduled in Geneva. PAL 1824 Sp 8 3:3 adv.
CIRCUSES Schedule printed. PAL 1825 Ag 17 3:3 adv.
CIRCUSES Scheduled In Geneva. PAL 1827 Oc 31 3:3 adv.
CIRCUSES Scheduled in Geneva. PAL 1827 Je 13 3:2
CIRCUSES scheduled to perform in Geneva. GAZ 1835 Jl 8 3:1 adv.
CIRCUSES show scheduled for Geneva. GAZ 1836 Sp 7 3:4 adv.
CIRCUSES Shows scheduled in Geneva. PAL 1826 My 17 3:3 adv.
CIRCUSES (Geneva) New York circus visits town. COU 1839 My 14 3:3 adv.
CIRCUSES (Geneva) show planned GAZ 1834 My 14 3:6 adv.
CIVIL DEFENSE Canandaigua allotted military arms. EXP 1808 Fb 24 3:1
CIVIL DEFENSE Genesee County allotted military arms. EXP 1808 Fb 24 3:1
CIVIL DEFENSE Ontario County requested to organize defense companies. GAZ 1814 Sp 6 2:4
CIVIL DEFENSE Town of Seneca plans selection of convention delegates. GAZ 1814 Sp 6 3:3
CLAPP, BENJAMIN A. (Seneca C.) Appointed auctioneer. GAZ 1820 Mr 1 3:1
CLAPP, BENJAMIN A. (Seneca C.) Appointed Seneca County auctioneer. GGA 1829 My 13 3:2
CLAPP, DAVID (Canandaigua) Marries Sylva Fox. GAZ 1822 Fb 20 3:4
CLAPP, LUTHER (G) Marries Lydia Smith. GAZ 1823 Oc 1 3:1
CLAPP, MELINDA (Waterloo) Marries David Pace. GGA 1829 Fb 18 3:3
CLAPPER, LYDIA (Canandaigua) Marries Michael Lampman. GGA 1828 My 14 3:4
CLARENDON, Mr. (G) Scheduled to perform in play. GAZ 1824 My 19 3:3
CLARENDON, Mrs. (G) Scheduled to perform in play. GAZ 1824 My 19 3:3
CLARK & EDWARDS (carriage factory) Dissolves partnership. GAZ 1811 Oc 16 3:2
CLARK & EDWARDS (carriage factory) Opens. GAZ 1809 Nv 29 3:3 adv.
CLARK , GEORGE (T. Canandaigua) Dies. PAL 1826 Sp 20 3:4
CLARK, ABRAHAM (T. Phelps) Offers farm for sale. GAZ 1816 Ja 17 3:2 adv.
CLARK, ABRAHAM (T. Phelps) Offers farm for sale. GAZ 1816 Sp 25 3:3 adv.
CLARK, ALANSON (Gorham) Awarded prize at fair. GGA 1827 Oc 17 2:5
CLARK, ALBERT (G) Dies. GAZ 1817 Sp 17 3:2
CLARK, ARCHIBALD S. (Western District) Runs for Congress. PAL 1816 Ap 17 2:5
CLARK, B. F. (Canandaigua) fire destroys drug store. GZT 1839 Je 5 2:4
CLARK, BENJAMIN (Ontario C.) defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1836 Je 22 3:3
CLARK, BENJAMIN (Ontario C.) Sheriff's sale of property rescheduled. GAZ 1810 Nv 14 3:2
CLARK, BENJAMIN (Ontario C.) Sheriff's sale of property rescheduled. GAZ 1810 Dc 12 3:3
CLARK, BENJAMIN (Ontario C.) Sheriff's sale of property rescheduled. GAZ 1811 Ja 23 3:2
CLARK, BENJAMIN (Ontario C.) Sheriff's sale of property scheduled. GAZ 1810 Sp 26 3:4
CLARK, BENJAMIN (T. Naples) Dies. GGA 1827 My 9 3:5
CLARK, CALEB (Canandaigua) Dies. GAZ 1818 Ag 26 3:2
CLARK, CALEB (Canandaigua) Marries Elisabeth Taylor. GGA 1828 Jl 30 3:4
CLARK, CATHARINE (N. Y. C.) Marries Charles Williamson. GGA 1827 My 16 3:3
CLARK, CHARLES (Buffalo) marries Mary Ann Huntington. GAZ 1836 Oc 12 3:1
CLARK, CHLOE Mrs. (G) Dies. PAL 1825 Mr 16 3:4
CLARK, CHLOE Mrs. (G) Praised in poem. GAZ 1825 Ap 13 4:1
CLARK, CLARRISSA (Naples) Marries J. B. Parrish. EXP 1809 Mr 22 3:2
CLARK, CORNELIA A. R. marries James H. Tooker. GMA 1831 Ag 31 3:5
CLARK, CORNELIA A. R. marries James H. Tooker. COU 1831 Ag 31 3:3
CLARK, DANIEL (T. Gorham) Wins award for prize ox. PAL 1824 Nv 25 2:3
CLARK, DAVID (T. Phelps) Ad last appears. GAZ 1816 Mr 6 4:1 adv.
CLARK, DAVID (T. Phelps) Offers business for sale. GAZ 1816 Ja 31 3:3 adv.
CLARK, DAVID (T. Phelps) Schedules auction to recover mortgage. PAL 1820 Ag 23 4:4
CLARK, DAVID (T. Seneca) marries Mercy Crawford. GMA 1830 My 5 3:4
CLARK, DAVID (T. Seneca) schedules auction of farm. GMA 1833 Fb 20 3:4
CLARK, DEXTER (Ovid) Marries M. Rankin. GAZ 1817 Dc 17 3:4
CLARK, EDWARD P. (T. Rushville) marries Jemima Tozer. GAZ 1835 Ag 26 2:7
CLARK, ELIJAH (N.J.) Awaits verdict in jail. GAZ 1812 Ag 26 3:1
CLARK, ELIJAH (N.J.) Captured after escape from Buffalo jail. GAZ 1812 Dc 2 3:1
CLARK, ELIJAH (N.J.) Tried in Buffalo as British spy. GAZ 1812 Ap 29 3:1
CLARK, ELIZA J. (Canandaigua) Marries William Adams. GAZ 1817 Nv 26 3:4
CLARK, ELIZA Mrs. (G) Dies. PAL 1821 My 9 3:5
CLARK, ELIZABETH ANN (T. Seneca) Marries Justin H. Wells. PAL 1826 Sp 20 3:4
CLARK, EMELINE (Rushville) Marries Morris Earl. GGA 1829 Ja 7 3:3
CLARK, EZEKIEL marries Gertrude Van Ness. GAZ 1835 Dc 9 2:7
CLARK, EZEKIEL marries Gertrude Vanness. COU 1835 Dc 9 3:1
CLARK, GAIUS (carriage maker) elected village fire warden. COU 1832 My 9 2:5
CLARK, GAIUS (carriage maker) elected village fire warden. GMA 1832 My 16 2:5
CLARK, GAIUS (carriagemaker) Ad for carriages appears. GAZ 1829 Oc 28 2:2 adv.
CLARK, GAIUS (carriagemaker) Dauqhter Huldah dies . PAL 1827 Jl 11 3:2
CLARK, GAIUS (carriagemaker) Infant child dies. GGA 1827 Jl 11 3:4
CLARK, GAIUS (carriagemaker) Son dies. GAZ 1821 My 30 3:4
CLARK, GAIUS (carriage-maker) Dissolves partnership with Edwards. GAZ 1811 Oc 16 3:2
CLARK, GAIUS (carriage-maker) Infant daughter dies. GAZ 1819 Mr 17 3:4
CLARK, GAIUS (carriage-maker) Offers reward for runaway apprentice. GAZ 1819 Oc 13 3:5
CLARK, GAIUS (carriage-maker) Opens business. GAZ 1809 Nv 29 3:3 adv.
CLARK, GEORGE (carriage-maker) Transacts business for J. Bogert. GAZ 1812 Oc 21 2:4
CLARK, GEORGE (Dutchess C.) Estate reschedules auction to recover mortgage. GGA 1826 Ag 2 3:6
CLARK, GEORGE (Dutchess C.) Estate schedules auction to recover mortgage. GGA 1827 Ja 31 2:1
CLARK, GEORGE (Dutchess C.) Estate schedules auction to recover mortgage. GGA 1826 Jl 19 4:3
CLARK, GEORGE W. (T. Naples) marries Mary Wallace. GAZ 1833 Nv 6 3:4
CLARK, HANNAH (T Phelps) Marries Benjamin Kenyon. GAZ 1824 Sp 8 3:3
CLARK, HANNAH (T. Seneca) Marries George Caward. GGA 1828 Ja 30 3:4
CLARK, HENRY (Ithaca) Dies. GAZ 1817 Mr 5 3:4
CLARK, HENRY (T. Canandaigua) wife dies. GMA 1832 Mr 21 3:5
CLARK, HIRAM (G) Child dies. GGA 1827 Sp 5 3:4
CLARK, HIRAM (G) Marries Mercy Brockway. GGA 1826 Je 7 3:4
CLARK, HIRAM (G) Son William dies. PAL 1827 Sp 5 3:2
CLARK, HORACE (Gorham) Marries Pamelia Miles. GAZ 1818 Ap 8 3:4
CLARK, HULDAH (T Hopewell) Marries Mel ar Densmore. GGA 1826 Ja 18 3:5
CLARK, ISAAC (T. Seneca) marries Letitia E. Wheeler. COU 1839 Mr 19 3:1
CLARK, JAMES (Romulus) Marries Polly Baley. GAZ 1818 Je 24 3:3
CLARK, JAMES A. (tailor) Moves business. GAZ 1818 Mr 25 3:4 adv.
CLARK, JAMES A. (tailor) Opens tailor shop. GAZ 1817 Ag 27 3:3 adv.
CLARK, JEFFREY Sentenced to life for burglary. GAZ 1813 Jl 7 3:2
CLARK, JERUSRA (Geneseo) Marries Hezekiah Higley. GAZ 1815 Ap 12 3:4
CLARK, JESSE (Seneca C.) appointed judge. GAZ 1838 Ap 11 2:7
CLARK, JESSE (Seneca C.) elected director of Seneca County Bank. COU 1833 Je 5 2:5
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Appointed commissioner. GAZ 1818 Je 24 3:1
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) appointed first judge. COU 1833 Mr 20 2:3
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) appointed judge. GMA 1833 Mr 20 3:4
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Appointed postmaster. GAZ 1816 Ap 3 3:2
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) appointed Seneca County judge. COU 1833 My 29 2:3
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Appointed to citizen committee for Chemung Canal. GGA 1827 Ja 3 2:6
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) chosen director of Seneca County Bank. COU 1839 Je 18 2:7
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Marries Lucinda Pixley. GAZ 1817 Ag 6 3:2
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Nominated for senate. PAL 1822 Oc 2 3:1
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Nomination for senate supported. PAL 1822 Sp 11 2:5 ed.
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Resigns from office of postmaster. PAL 1828 Ja 30 2:3
CLARK, JESSE (Waterloo) Son dies. GGA 1828 Jl 30 3:4
CLARK, JOHN (Bath) Marries Sally Look. GAZ 1817 Nv 19 3:3
CLARK, JOHN (Canandaigua) Dies. GAZ 1813 My 5 3:2
CLARK, JOHN (G) Chairs Town of Seneca meeting. PAL 1827 Oc 24 3:1
CLARK, JOHN (G) Marries Mary Lee. GMA 1829 Sp 16 3:5
CLARK, JOHN (G) Wife dies . GAZ 1825 Mr 16 3:3
CLARK, JOHN (JR.) (Waterloo) Marries Cynthia Buck. GAZ 1823 Jl 16 3:1
CLARK, JOHN (Lyons) Offers store for sale. GAZ 1820 Dc 27 3:4 adv.
CLARK, JOHN (Rushville) Marries Olive Jackson. GGA 1826 Nv 15 3:4
CLARK, JOHN (SR.) (G) Marries Mrs. Sental. GGA 1826 Ap 26 3:4
CLARK, JOHN A. (Rev.) Delivers sermon on St. John's feast. PAL 1827 Je 27 2:5 ed.
CLARK, JOHN A. (student) Oration on human condition reviewed. GAZ 1822 Jl 3 3:2
CLARK, JOHN A. (student) Oration on novel reviewed. GAZ 1822 Jl 3 3:1
CLARK, JOHN A. (student) Orations reviewed. PAL 1822 Jl 3 2:5 ltr.
CLARK, JOHN L. (Naples) Receives award for farming. GAZ 1820 Oc 18 3:1
CLARK, JOSEPH (Canandaigua) Appointed coroner. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:3
CLARK, JOSEPH (Canandaigua) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1811 Fb 27 3:2
CLARK, JOSEPH W. (T. Naples) marries Arethusa Lee. GAZ 1833 Oc 16 3:5
CLARK, LEVI (T. Brighton) Appointed justice. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:2
CLARK, LEVI G. (Seneca C.) marries Nancy S. Smith. GMA 1831 Nv 30 3:4
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Appointed county commissioner. GAZ 1823 Oc 22 2:3
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Appointed justice of the peace. GAZ 1823 Fb 26 2:5
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Appointed justice. GAZ 1820 My 3 3:2
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Appointed justice. GAZ 1819 Ap 14 3:2
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Chosen delegate to county convention. GAZ 1824 Sp 8 3:2
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Chosen delegate to district convention. GGA 1826 Sp 6 3:1
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Elected Clintonian delegate to convention. PAL 1826 Sp 6 2:4
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Elected justice for Ontario County. GGA 1827 Nv 28 3:4
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Elected justice of the peace. PAL 1827 Nv 21 2:4
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Elected Ontario County coroner. GGA 1828 Nv 19 2:4
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Named to executive Committee of agricultural society. GGA 1827 Mr 7 3:3
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Serves as member of Board of Canvassers. PAL 1824 Nv 18 3:2
CLARK, LORENZO (T. Naples) Serves on Board of canvassers. GGA 1826 Nv 22 3:1
CLARK, MAREENA W. (T. East Bloomfield) marries Mary Newton. GAZ 1835 Jl 8 3:1
CLARK, MARGARET (Pa.) Marries James Cowing. GAZ 1812 Dc 9 3:4
CLARK, MARIA G. (Canandaigua) Marries Mark H. Sibley. PAL 1821 Dc 5 3:4
CLARK, MARY (Canandaigua) marries Andrew Burns. GMA 1831 Ag 24 3:5
CLARK, MARY (Canandaigua) marries Andrew Burns. COU 1831 Ag 24 3:3
CLARK, MARY (Waterloo) marries Emanuel Lewis. GMA 1831 Sp 14 3:4
CLARK, MARY ANN (T. Farmington) Marries Mr. Maynard. GAZ 1815 Nv 15 3:2
CLARK, MARY ANN. (T. Romulus) marries Lewis Sebring. GMA 1832 Fb 15 3:5
CLARK, MARY Mrs. (T. Romulus) marries Moses Coary. GMA 1830 Ja 27 3:4
CLARK, MARY STILWELL (N. Y. C.) marries James H. Woods. GMA 1830 Sp 15 3:5
CLARK, MATTHEW M. (Waterloo) Marries Hetty Trowbridge. GGA 1828 Ap 23 3:5
CLARK, MEHETIBLE (Palmyra) Marries Charles Raynor. GAZ 1818 Sp 16 3:2
CLARK, MOSES B. (Lancaster) Marries Betsey Baley. GAZ 1819 Je 30 3:3
CLARK, Mr. (Seneca c.) chosen attorney for Seneca County Bank. GMA 1833 Je 5 3:3
CLARK, MYRON C. (T. Naples) named Whig candidate for sheriff. GAZ 1837 Sp 27 2:7
CLARK, MYRON H. (T. Canandaigua) named secretary at Ontario County Whig convention. COU 1839 Sp 24 2:4
CLARK, MYRON H. (T. Naples) marries Zilpha Watkins. GMA 1830 Ja 27 3:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Consents to act as superintendent of boys' school. PAL 1825 Sp 14 3:3
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Daughter dies. PAL 1824 Ap 21 3:5
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Daughter eulogized. PAL 1824 Ap 21 3:5
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Delivers celebration sermon. GAZ 1815 Jl 12 3:2
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Delivers Christmas sermon. PAL 1822 Dc 25 2:5
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Dies. GGA 1828 Fb 27 3:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Dies. PAL 1828 Fb 27 3:2
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Elected corresponding secretary of Bible society. GAZ 1820 Je 28 3:1
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Elected president of religious society. GAZ 1820 Dc 20 2:5
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Estate requests payment of debts. GGA 1828 Je 4 3:5 adv.
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Eulogized. GGA 1828 Mr 11 3:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Eulogy of John Nicholas printed. GAZ 1820 Ja 5 3:1
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Explains role in Geneva College subscription controversy. GGA 1826 Mr 15 2:3 ltr.
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) farm offered for sale. COU 1833 Fb 6 3:4 adv.
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) house offered for sale. GMA 1830 Ap 14 3:6 adv.
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Infant child dies. PAL 1826 Ag 16 3:3
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Infant daughter dies. GGA 1826 Ag 16 3:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Marries Sarah L. Macomb. GGA 1827 Oc 10 3:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Marries Susan Nicholas. GAZ 1822 Je 5 3:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Marries Eliza Ann Rutgers. GAZ 1815 My 24 3:2
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Officiates at consecration of St. Paul's church. GGA 1826 Sp 27 3:2
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Performs prayer at Ordination. PAL 1821 Sp 5 3:3
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Performs service at celebration. GAZ 1817 Jl 9 3:1
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Presents Independence Day address. GAZ 1819 Jl 14 2:3
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Receives Doctor of Divinity degree. GGA 1827 Ag 8 3:2
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Receives honorary degree. GAZ 1817 Sp 10 1:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Report of attempted assassination refuted. GGA 1826 Ja 11 3:2 ed.
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Requests payments of Elizabeth Powell's debts. PAL 1824 Mr 31 3:5
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Schedules auction of Mrs. Powell's property. PAL 1824 Mr 17 3:4
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Schedules Episcopalian meeting. PAL 1823 Ap 2 3:5
CLARK, ORIN (Rev.) Wife Eliza dies. GAZ 1821 My 9 3:3
CLARK, ORSAMUS B. (Seneca Falls) marries Prudence Darrow. GMA 1830 Fb 3 3:4
CLARK, PATIENCE (T. Genesee) Marries Elijah Heath. GAZ 1820 Mr 29 3:2
CLARK, PAULINA (G) Marries Henry C. Jones. GAZ 1811 My 29 3:1
CLARK, PRUDENCE (T. Seneca) Marries Albert Ansley. GAZ 1822 Mr 6 3:3
CLARK, S. (T. Italy) marries J. M. Starkness. GAZ 1838 Ap 11 2:7
CLARK, SA14UEL (T. Benton) Sheriff's sale of property scheduled. PAL 1816 Ap 17 2:2
CLARK, SAMUEL (Canandaigua) Sheriff 's sale of property scheduled. PAL 1816 Ja 10 3:5
CLARK, SAMUEL (Canandaigua) Sheriff's sale of property rescheduled. GAZ 1816 Ja 10 3:3 adv,
CLARK, SAMUEL (Canandaigua) Sheriff's sale of property scheduled. GAZ 1815 Nv 29 3:4
CLARK, SAMUEL (Canandaigua) Son dies. GAZ 1815 Dc 6 3:3
CLARK, SAMUEL (Seneca C.) appointed examiner in chancery. GMA 1831 Mr 2 3:4
CLARK, SAMUEL (Seneca C.) Appointed examinerinchandery. GGA 1827 Dc 12 3:4
CLARK, SAMUEL (Seneca C.) Nominated for clerk. GGA 1828 Oc 22 3:1
CLARK, SAMUEL (Seneca C.) Selected delegate to district convention. GGA 1826 Sp 13 3:1
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Seneca Falls) marries Mrs. Jane Ingalls. GMA 1830 Fb 3 3:4
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) appointed postmaster at Waterloo. GMA 1830 Ap 7 3:3
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) appointed Waterloo postmaster. GAZ 1835 Sp 23 2:7
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) chosen director of Seneca County Bank. COU 1839 Je 18 2:7
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) elected commissioner of Seneca County Bank. GMA 1833 Ap 17 2:6
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) elected director of Seneca County Bank. COU 1833 Je 5 2:5
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) elected. COU 1832 Nv 21 2:4
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) nominated for congress. GMA 1832 Sp 26 2:5
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) resigns as Waterloo postmaster. GMA 1833 Fb 6 3:4
CLARK, SAMUEL (T. Waterloo) supported for Congress. GMA 1832 Oc 3 3:1 ed.
CLARK, SAMUEL (Waterloo) Marries Caroline Brittin. GAZ 1825 Ja 19 3:1
CLARK, SARAH (N. Y. C.) marries Henry Rose. COU 1832 Sp 5 3:5
CLARK, STEPHEN (T. Phelps) daughter dies. GAZ 1835 Ap 22 3:2
CLARK, SUSAN R. Mrs. (G) Dies. GGA 1826 Ag 2 3:5
CLARK, SUSAN R. Mrs. (G) Dies. PAL 1826 Ag 2 3:3
CLARK, SYLVESTER (merchant) forms partnership with H. Mead. GAZ 1837 My 10 3:3 adv.
CLARK, W. H. & CO. (T. Varick) money stolen from store. GAZ 1836 Ag 10 2:6
CLARK, WILLIAM (G) Marries Eliza Frisbee. GGA 1828 Dc 31 3:5
CLARK, WILLIAM (JR.) (Italy) Receives award for farming. GAZ 1820 Oc 18 3:1
CLARK, WILLIAM (JR.) (Italy) Receives award for wheat. PAL 1823 Nv 19 2:4
CLARK, WILLIAM (JR.) (Italy) Wins award for prize cow and calf. PAL 1824 Nv 25 2:3
CLARK, WILLIAM (Phelps) seek whereabouts of deranged wife. GAZ 1834 Ja 8 3:5 adv.
CLARK, WILLIAM (Wolcott) Conduct exposed. PAL 1821 Mr 14 3:2
CLARK, WILLIAM (Wolcott) Marries Susan Upton. GAZ 1822 Fb 13 3:3
CLARK, WILLIAM N. elected president of Farmers’ Bank. GZT 1839 Jl 31 3:3
CLARK, WILLIAM N. offers house for sale. COU 1839 Ap 16 3:3 adv.
CLARK, WILLIAM N. serves as vice-president of Farmer’s Bank of Geneva. GZT 1839 Fb 27 4:1
CLARK, Mr. (hatter) Forms partnership with Wight. GGA 1826 Jl 19 4:3 adv.
CLARK, Mr. (Ovid) Abandons Ovid Gazette. GGA 1827 Ag 15 3:1
CLARK. WILLIAM (Wolcott) Defaults on mortgage. GAZ 1812 Je 10 3:3
CLARK. WILLIAM (Wolcott) Installed as pastor. GAZ 1816 Fb 7 3:3
CLARKE, ADOLPHUS (East Bloomfield) Marries Sally Loring. GGA 1827 Dc 26 3:5
CLARKE, CAROLINE MARIA (Montezuma) Marries Orson Seymour. GAZ 1819 My 5 3:3
CLARKE, GEORGE (Canandaigua) Constitutes Board of Canvassers. PAL 1823 Nv 19 3:3
CLARKE, GEORGE (Canandaigua) Last ad appears. GAZ 1820 My 17 2:1 adv.
CLARKE, GEORGE (Canandaigua) Pharmacy ad first appears. GAZ 1820 Mr 1 3:5 adv.
CLARKE, ISABELLA marries Rupert Cochrane. GAZ 1835 Je 10 3:1
CLARKE, JOHN Elected manager of Bible society. GAZ 1820 Je 28 3:1
CLARKE, JOHN (T. Hopewell) marries Mary Wadsworth. GMA 1833 Fb 6 3:5
CLARKSON, MATTHEW marries Mary L. Hall. GAZ 1834 Ja 22 3:6
CLARY, ALIDA Mrs. dies of numb-palsey. GMA 1830 Ap 28 3:4
CLARY, ELIZABETH (G) Marries James Earl. GMA 1829 Oc 7 3:5
CLARY, JOHN (G) Dies GGA 1827 Sp 12 3:6
CLARY, JOHN (G) Dies. PAL 1827 Sp 12 3:1
CLARY, ROSE ANN marries John O’Donoughue. GAZ 1833 Ag 28 3:5
CLARY, ROSE ANN marries John O’Donoughue. COU 1833 Ag 21 3:2
CLARY, STALHAM (T. Benton) dies. GMA 1831 Nv 30 3:4
CLARY, WILLIAM (barber) Opens business. GAZ 1819 Mr 31 3:5 adv.
CLASSICAL EDUCATION New disciplines advocated over Greek and Latin. GGA 1826 My 24 2:2
CLASSICAL EDUCATION Vocational preferred to classical curriculum at Geneva College. GAZ 1825 Mr 9 2:2
CLAUCHERY, ALEXANDER (T. Junius) Marries Sarah Jane Martin. GGA 1828 Ag 27 3:5
CLAWSON, MAGDALENA (Fayette) Marries Liba L. Easton. GGA 1828 Fb 13 3:2
CLAWSON, SARAH (Niagara C.) marries John Rorison. GMA 1830 Fb 3 3:4
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) accused of dishonoring President Jackson. GMA 1831 Ag 10 3:1 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Accused of election fraud. PAL 1827 Dc 5 2:4 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) accused of secessionist leanings. GMA 1832 Fb 29 3:2 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Accuses Jackson of slander. GGA 1828 Ja 16 2:2 ltr.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Address refuting charges by A. Jackson published. PAL 1828 Ja 23 1:3
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) American System speech praised. COU 1832 Mr 21 2:6 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) American System speech printed. COU 1832 Mr 21 1:1
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) assailed for past challenge to duel. GMA 1832 My 23 2:5 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) associations with Masons discussed. GMA 1831 Ag 10 3:1 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) attacked by supporters. GMA 1832 Mr 21 3:2 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) attacked for not approving M. Van Buren’s appointment. GMA 1832 Fb 1 3:2 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Canandaigua visit discussed. GZT 1839 Jl 31 3:1 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) candidacy criticized. GMA 1832 Ja 4 3:3 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) candidacy promoted. COU 1832 Ja 4 3:1 ltr.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) charges about instigating duel rehashed. GMA 1831 Ag 10 2:6 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) coalition with Anti-Masons deemed necessary. COU 1832 Ap 18 2:5 ltr.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) connection with anti-Masonic party discussed. GMA 1831 Dc 7 3:2 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Controversy with Representative Kremer reported. PAL 1825 Fb 16 2:3 adv.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Corruption in Presidential election discussed. PAL 1827 Jl 18 2:5
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) criticized for attacking old senator. GMA 1832 Fb 22 3:1 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) criticized for forming coalition with John C. Calhoun. GMA 1833 Fb 20 2:6 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) criticized for voting against Van Buren in Senate. GMA 1832 Fb 8 2:4 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) defended. COU 1833 Fb 27 3:1 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) defended. COU 1834 Ag 6 2:6 ltr.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Defending pamphlet criticized. GGA 1828 Jl 9 2:3
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) elected to Senate. COU 1831 Nv 30 2:6 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Election loss predicted. PAL 1824 Dc 23 2:3 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Encouraged to continue public service. GGA 1828 Fb 6 2:3 ltr.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) future uncertain after loss in Kentucky. GMA 1830 Sp 1 3:3 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Increasing popularity discussed. PAL 1823 Ag 6 2:5 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) movies for rechartering national bank explained. GMA 1832 Mr 28 3:1 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) named National Republican presidential candidate. COU 1831 Dc 21 3:3
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) New York State travels reported. GZT 1839 Ag 7 2:2
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) News of recovery recognized. PAL 1823 Dc 10 2:2 ed.
CLAY, HENRY (Kentucky) Opposition to Jackson administration criticized. GMA 1829 Ag 5 3:1
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