JANUARY 5, 1866


Ellsworth, 1st inst., by the Rev. S. Tenney, GEORGE L. BARTON of Trenton and Miss MARIAM A. ORCUTT of Franklin.

Surry, 1st inst., by Rev. H. Hawes, at the residence of the bride, NAHUM HINCKLEY to Miss LIZZIE TREWORGY, both of Surry.

Steuben, Dec. 21, by Rev. D. B. Byther, GEORGE G. C EAVES of Steuben to Mrs. EUNICE M. DYER of Eastbrook.

Mt. Desert, Dec. 25, by Rev. Lemuel Norton, grandfather of the bride, Capt. EDWIN K. LANGLEY of Trenton and Miss MARY A. PRAY of Mt. Desert.

Eden, Dec. 19, by Rev. J. A. Plumer, ALEXANDER S. CAMPBELL and Miss LUCY M. PEACH, both of Eden.

Mt. Desert, Dec. 21, by Rev. J. A. Plumer, BENJAMIN D. BLAKE and Miss HARRIET J. RICHARDSON, both of Mt. Desert.

Dedham, Dec. 21, by Rev. J. Wells, SEWELL S. BREWSTER of Dedham to SARAH J. WHEELER of Bucksport; at the same time and place, RUFUS P. PEAKS of Dedham to MARIA H. WHEELER of Bucksport.

Bangor, Jan. 1, by Prof. Harris, ATHERTON W. HOWES and Miss MARY A. HARRIMAN, both of Brewer.


Ellsworth, Dec. 28, SARAH E., daughter of Capt. James TATE, age 13 years, 6 months.

Ellsworth, Dec. 28, Deacon ZEBULON SMITH, age 79 years, 2 months. His remains were taken to Bangor for interment.

Eden, Dec. 1, OCTAVIA A. RICHARDSON, age 19 years, 6 months, 4 days.

JANUARY 12, 1866


Ellswsorth, Jan. 4, by Rev. S. Tenney, NATHANIEL J. GARLAND and Miss SUSAN F. JORDAN, both of Ellsworth.

Trenton, Jan. 8, by U. S. Tevett, Esq., JAMES T. FARRELL and Miss LUCY A. CHAUCY, both of Ellsworth.

Sedgwick, Dec. 25, at the parsonage by Rev. L. S. Tripp, MOSES B. CARTER and Mrs. DIANTHA E. NEVELLS, both of Sedgwick.

Sedgwick, Jan. 7, by Rev. L. S. Tripp, JAMES M. AYMER to Miss MINERVA E. CARTER, both of Sedgwick.

Sullivan, Jan. 4, by Ambrose Simpson, Esq., HANSOM B. SMITH of Sullivan to Mrs. ELIZA J. MOON of Hancock.

Sullivan, Jan. 7, by Ambrose Simpson, Esq., HIRAM E. FOGG of Bucksport to Miss ROWENA A. THORN of Sullivan.


Ellsworth, Jan. 4, IRA D., son of H. D. EMERSON, age 29 years, 6 days.

Trenton, Dec. 31, SETH YOUNG, age 77 years, 7 months.

JANUARY 19, 1866


Prospect Harbor, Gouldsboro, Dec. 31, by Rev. Wm. Read, JOHN VANSAW to Mrs. ELIZA MILLER, both of Gouldsboro.

Tremont, Jan. 1, by Benjamin Sawyer, Esq., JAMES W. OBER and Miss HANNAH M. WEBBER, all of Tremont.


North Ellsworth, Jan. 11, Mrs. MARIA, wife of Charles JAMES, age 27 years.

Brooklin, Jan. 8, Mrs. HARRIET E. WATSON, age 44 years, wife of Capt. Smith Watson.

Franklin, Dec. 28, EDDIE A., son of Stephen A. and Arvilla H. DOYLE, age 8 months, 11 days. [Poem followed.]

JANUARY 26, 1866


Ellsworth, Jan. 20, by Rev. S. Tenney, SAMUEL MORRISON and Miss CAROLINE WHITCOMB.

Ellsworth, Jan. 21, by Rev. S. Tenney, BENJAMIN H. AIKEN and Miss ELLEN M. GRANT, all of Ellsworth.

Mt. Desert, Jan. 11, by Rev. Lemuel Norton, grandfather of the bride, ROSCO G. LOPAUS and Miss ANNIE R. KELLEY, both of Tremont.

Cranberry Isles, Jan. 9, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., GEORGE S. JARVIS and Miss HANNAH S. FERNALD, both of Cranberry Isles.


Cranberry Isles, Jan. 21, JOHN PUNG, age about 90 years.

Southwest Harbor, Jan. 7, Mrs. EMMA J., wife of Capt. Dudley B. DOLIVER, age 27 years, 5 months.

Manketo, Minn., Nov. 19, DAVID CROSS, formerly of Bluehill, Maine.

Searsport, Jan. 18, MILTON W. NICHOLS, of Company E., 19th Maine Regiment, 24 years, 7 months.

FEBRUARY 2, 1866


Bluehill, Jan. 20, by Rev. S. Bowker, FRANCIS W. TOWNSEND of Surry to Miss ABBIE MARIA OSGOOD of Bluehill.

Sedgwick, Jan. 17, by Rev. William Read, GEORGE S. PERVEAR and Miss GEORGIANA F. HARDING, both of Sedgwick.

Sedgwick, Jan. 18, by Rev. William Read, ISAAC P. BILLINGS of Bluehill and Miss ROSE I. FRIEND of Sedgwick.


Bangor, Jan. 27, PHEBE JANE, daughter of Daniel F. and Phebe T. MADDOX of Ellsworth, age 21 years, 1 month, 4 days [poem followed].

Tremont, Jan. 13, MARGARET S. MOORE, age 47 years.

Brooklyn, NY, Jan. 16, WALTER J. SMITH, formerly of Ellsworth, age 62 years.

FEBRUARY 9, 1866


Tremont, Feb. 6, by Andrew Tarr, Esq., Capt. GEORGE E. HAYNES of Tremont to Miss SARAH McGLINCHY of Portland.

Franklin, Feb. 3, by Rev. William Read, O. S. THOMPSON of South Orrington to Miss LIZZIE S. POTTER of Sullivan.


Ellsworth, Jan. 19, Mrs. GEORGIANA M. ATHERTON, age 21 years.

Eagle Island, Jan. 26, of scarlet fever, LUCIE E., only daughter of Samuel and Louisa C. QUIN, age 3 years, 8 months, 22 days.

FEBRUARY 16, 1866


Penobscot, Jan. 30, by Peleg G. Staples, Esq., ROBERT CAIN to Miss ELLEN A. MONTGOMERY, both of Penobscot.


Ellsworth, Feb. 5, MARCUS M. JORDAN, son of L. D. Jordan, Esq., 27 years, 10 months, 27 days.

FEBRUARY 23, 1866


Surry, Feb. 9, by Rev. E. Pinkham, WARREN YOUNG to Miss MARY E. GREEN.

Gouldsboro, Feb. 18, by H. M. Sowle, Esq., Capt. GEORGE E. BROWN to Miss ALVIRA H. BUNKER, both of Gouldsboro.

Cranberry Isles, Feb. 11, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., Capt. CHARLES E. BUNKER of Gouldsboro to Miss CLARA A., youngest daughter of the late Capt. William M. RICHARDSON of Cranberry Isles.

Tremont, Feb. 18, by Andrew Tarr, Esq., CARRINGTON M. HADLEY of Eden to Miss ELEANOR H. THOMAS of Tremont, eldest daughter of Wm. T. Thomas.


Surry, Feb. 9, JOHN YOUNG, age 88 years, 9 months.

Surry, Feb. 12, WARREN P. CURTIS, age 30 years, 9 days.

Trenton, 7th inst., EUNICE COOGINS.

Bar Harbor, Feb. 13, ALMIRA SALSBURY, age 59 years.

Hancock, 17th inst., SAMUEL SMALL, age 52 years, 1 month, 12 days, leaving a wife and 5 children to mourn the loss of an affectionate husband and father.

MARCH 2, 1866


Ellsworth, Feb. 24, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, CHESTER M. DAVIS of Bangor and Miss CAROLINE M. ROYAL of Ellsworth.

Franklin, Feb. 25, by N. A. Swan, Esq., LAFAYETTE BUNKER of the 29th Maine Volunteers to Miss SARAH SNIDER, both of Franklin.

Tremont, Feb. 21, by Andrew Tarr, Esq., Capt. MELVILLE MOORE of Tremont to Miss DELVINA RICHARDS of Corinth.


Swan's Island, Dec. 14, 1865, Mrs. SALLY REED, age 50 years, 2 months, 4 days [Narrative followed which includes that she had been sick for 12 years past and mentions a husband and children.]

MARCH 9, 1866


Bluehill, Mar. 3, by Rev. Samuel Bowker, HIRAM CLOSSON to Miss GEORGIANA M. DARLING, all of Bluehill.


Ellsworth, Feb. 19, Mrs. ANNA ANDERSON, formerly of Trenton, age 86 years.

Ellsworth, Feb. 28, Mrs. MARY A., wife of John O. KEIF, age 18 years, 2 months 17 days.

MARCH 16, 1866


Ellsworth, 11th inst., by Rev. Dr. Tenney, WILLIAM H. BLAISDELL and Miss MARY E. GODARD, both of Franklin.


Gouldsboro, Feb. 27, suddenly, of diphtheria, FREDDIE H., son of H. M. and F. J. SOWLE, age 12 years, 5 days.

MARCH 23, 1866


Garland, Feb. 27, SAMUEL O. DAVIS of Garland to Mrs. FLORA DELAITTRE of Ellsworth.

Mt. Desert, Mar. 10, by Rev. J. A. Plummer, ROSCOE G. SALISBURY to Miss HENRIETTA K. SOMES, both of Mt. Dessert.

No deaths reported this issue.

MARCH 30, 1866


Franklin, 24th inst, by S. A. Doyle, Esq., NEWELL G. HARDISON and Mrs. AMANDA L. STROUT, both of Franklin.

Sedgwick, Mar. 20. by Rev. William Reed, CHARLES H. WARE of Brewer and Miss MARY E. DEY of Sedgwick.


Clinton, Me., Mar. 20, of brain disease, BERTIE, age 1 year, 10 months, only child of Mary E. and Eben G. INGALLS, formerly of Sullivan.

Surry, Mar. 8, Mrs. LYDIA T. MILLIKEN, age 54 years, 7 months, 25 days.

North Sedgwick, Mar. 13, of cancer in the face, JEREMIAH McINTIRE, age 67 years. He was born of the spirit and united with the Baptist Church in Bluehill in 1816, some years since he removed to North Sedgwick and united with the church in that place, of which he continued a worthy and beloved member until his death.

APRIL 6, 1866

No marriages reported this issue.


Ellsworth, Mar. 27, Miss MARY J. HOLMES, age 19.

Ellsworth, Mar. 28, Mrs. ELEANOR CLARK, age 84 years, 19 days.

Ellsworth, Mar. 30, SEWELL TENNEY, infant son of Capt. Sylvester LORD, age 2 months, 12 days.

Ellsworth, Mar. 30, Mrs. SARAH, wife of Rodney FORSAITH.

Surry, Mar. 8, Mrs. LYDIA T., wife of Augustus MILLIKEN, age 54 years, 7 months, 12 days.

Eden, Mar. 20, ORILLA BREWER, age 28 years, 11 months, 28 days.

West Trenton, Mar. 19, LUCY A. ANDERSON, age 42 years, 5 months.

West Trenton, Mar. 3, Capt. WILLIAM MURCH, age about 57 years.

West Trenton, Mar. 20, GEORGE A. MURCH, age 17 years, 4 months; son of the above.

Bluehill, Mar. 25, HENRY, son of George CLOSSON, age 18 years, of consumption.

Tremont, Mar. 19, RUBEN B., son of William and Isabel DOW, age 25 years. He was one of the most promising and intelligent young men. His constitution was broken down in the country's service before Petersburg more than a year ago, and he came home to die of a lingering consumption. Another victim of the accursed rebellion.

APRIL 13, 1866


Ellsworth, Mar. 8, by Rev. Wm. H. Savary, WILLIAM R. PEARSON OF Belfast to Miss NELLIE M. BROOK of Bangor.

Gouldsboro, Mar. 31, by H. M. Soule, Esq., FREEMAN G. TRACY to Miss HANNAH G. YOUNG, both of Gouldsboro.

Brooksville, Mar. 31, by Aug. G. Blake, Esq., JOHN M. GRAY of Penobscot to Miss MARTHA C. GRAY of Brooksville.

East Trenton, Apr. 8, by Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, SHEPARD COUSINS to Miss HATTIE E. SPRINGER, both of Trenton.


Ellsworth, Mar. 28, ELEANOR CLARK, age 84 years, 19 days.

APRIL 20, 1866


Mt. Desert, Apr. 9, by Rev. J. A. Plummer, GARNAGE R. RICHARDSON to Miss RUTH H. RICHARDSON, both of Mt. Desert.

Waltham, Apr. 17, by Calvin Kingman, Esq., FRANCIS G. WOODARD to SARAH LOVINA CLOW, both of Waltham.


East Trenton, Apr. 2, Mrs. LYDIA SPRINGER, age 67 years.

Penobscot, 11th inst., Mrs. NANCY SELLERS, age about 62 years.

Boston, Mass., Feb. 15, of consumption, ALMIRA H. LELAND of Eden, age 25 years.

APRIL 27, 1866


Ellsworth, Apr. 22, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, CHARLES W. BEAL to Miss HELLEN M. HALL, both of Ellsworth.

East Trenton, Apr. 8, by Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, SHEPARD COUSINS to Miss HATTIE E. SPRINGER, both of Trenton.


Mt. Desert, Mar. 28, Mrs. JULIA SOMES, wife of John Somes, age 53 years.

North Sedgwick, Apr. 13, Mrs. POLLY STAPLES, age 79 years; a worthy member of the Baptist Church.

Trenton, Apr. 20, WILLIE EDWARD, son of Capt. N. H. HIGGINS, age 1 year, 4 months, 5 days.

MAY 4, 1866


Ellsworth, May 1, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, GEORGE H. GETCHELL of Bangor and Miss JENNIE BILLINGS of Ellsworth.


Ellsworth, 27th ult., Mrs. LUCY E. WOODARD, age 72 years, wife of Stephen G. Woodard.

Ellsworth, 27th ult., WILLIAM JELLISON, Esq., formerly of Waltham.

MAY 11, 1866


Ellsworth, May 6, by Rev. N. M. Williams of South Danvers, Mass., A. J. MARKS of Chicopee, Mass. to Miss KATIE S. DUTTON of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Apr. 28, by Rev. Robert Cole, CHARLES D. WILSON of Waltham to Miss ELLEN B. HOOPER of Franklin.

Ellsworth, 28th, by Rev. Robert Cole, Capt. AMOS D. DOLLIVER and Miss MARGARET HOLMES, both of Ellsworth.

Nevada, Ill., Mar. 10, by S. H. Penney, Esq., RANSELLEAR SPRINGER, formerly of Hancock, Maine, and Mrs. MARY A. KYLE of Nevada.


Waltham, Apr. 22, [TAMAH?] KINGMAN, age 47 years, 2 months.

Amherst, Apr. 13, LOIS BRIGHAM, age 51 years, 10 months.

Ellsworth, Apr. 28, suddenly, FRANK L., only son of Emily and Capt. Samuel MURCH, age 14 years.

Eden, Apr. 11, of brain disease, SYLVESTER CLINTON, only son of Nicholas and Harriet A. RICHARDSON, age 8 months, 12 days.

Sullivan, May 1, JOHN B. BARTLETT, age 32 years. In the death of Mr. Bartlett, the town has lost a worthy and respected citizen, and his family have been deprived of a kind husband and father.

MAY 18, 1866


Bluehill, May 11, by Rev. J. F. Eveleth, JOSEPH W. SNOW and Miss IDA ELECTOR STOVER, all of Bluehill.


Georgetown, Cal., Mar. 25, Mrs. MARY GRIFFIN, wife of Luther Griffin, formerly of Ellsworth.

Green's Landing, Mrs. NANCY JEAN SHAW, age 25 years, wife of George A. Shaw, formerly of Rockland.

MAY 25, 1866


Ellsworth, May 19, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, SAMUEL A. GOODWIN and Miss LOUISA L. JORDAN, both of Ellsworth.

Bluehill, May 19, by Rev. S. Bowker, JOHN E. GINN of Orland to Miss JULIA A. WARDWELL of Penobscot.


Ellsworth, May 16, after a distressing illness of 7 months, ISAAC Y., eldest son of Nahum and Mary J. RICHARDSON, age 24 years, 5 months, 14 days.

Ellsworth, May 22, ABBIE AUGUSTA CUNNINGHAM, adopted daughter of George Cunningham, age 10 years, 6 months.

JUNE 1, 1866


Ellsworth, 27th inst., by Rev. Mr. Craig of Bucksport, HERVEY L. HASTINGS, late Sargt. 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, now in the "Journal" office, to Miss ABBIE M. MADDOX of the "American" office.

No deaths reported this issue.

JUNE 8, 1866


Bluehill, June 3, by Rev. S. Bowker, JAMES H. KNOWLES to Miss MARY A. CLARK, both of Surry.

Penobscot, 26 ult., by Wm. Grindle, Esq., WILLIAM H. GUILFORD and Miss EMMA H. PERKINS, all of Penobscot.


Ellsworth, 5th inst., Mr. IVORY H. JOY, age 74 years.

Penobscot, May 21, Mrs. NANCY DUNBAR, age 82. She was found dead on the floor of her room.

Brooklyn, June 2, REUBEN WATSON, age 50 years.

Boston, Mass., June 1, of consumption, HENRY H. JELLISON, age 37 years, formerly of Ellsowrth.

JUNE 15, 1866

No marriages reported this issue.


Ellsworth, May 21, Mrs. SARAH A. HIGGINS, age 28 years, 7 months.

Surry, May 16, JACOB LORD, age 70 years.

JUNE 22, 1866


Ellsworth, June 10, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, Capt. HORATIO N. HARRIMAN of Bucksport to Miss ANN JEANETTE RICE of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, June 16, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, J. WATSON YOUNG of Trenton to Miss MARGARET A. MILLIKEN of Hancock.

Cape Elizabeth, June 11, by Rev. Mr. Libby, ALBUS A. CLINE of Cape Elizabeth to Miss ELLEN A. LEE of Surry.


Hancock, June 13, LEVERETT S., son of D. and Ann B. LINDSEY, age 21 years.

JUNE 29, 1866


Ellsworth, June 24, by John M. Peck, Esq., ALDEN TREWORGY to Miss HELLEN TRUWORTHY, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, June 26, by John M. Peck, Esq., FOREST REEVES to Miss LOVINA J. ARMSTRONG, both of Ellsworth.


Ellsworth, June 11, Rev. SAMUEL MACOMBER, a Baptist minister, age 76 years.

Ellsworth, June 22, Capt. STEPHEN G. WOODARD, age 76 years.

Ellsworth, June 21, Mrs. PRISCILLA P. BLACK, wife of John Black, Esq. For many years she was a decided invalid. She was a member of the Congregational Church in this town, having united with it during the ministry of Rev. Mr. Nourse. Also a good wife and devoted mother.

JULY 6, 1866 -- No microfilm record available for this issue.

JULY 13, 1866


Ellsworth, July 2, by the Rev. Dr. Tenney, GEORGE J. WHITTAKER of Franklin to Miss SARAH A. GAY of Machias.

Ellsworth, July 10, by J. M. Peck, Esq., A. H. WOODCOCK to Miss MARIAH FRAZIER.

Eden, June 10, by Dr. J. Harriman, AMBROSE HIGGINS to Miss LIZZIE ASH, both of Eden.

Eden, June 24, by Dr. J. Harriman, STEPHEN S. SALSBURY to Miss _ARAH E. CUNNINGHAM of Eden.


Trenton, July 7, ABBY, daughter of Capt. Emery and Mary ANDERSON, 1 year, 5 months, 20 days.

East Trenton, Feb. 7, 1866, Mrs. EUNICE F., wife of Wallace COGGINS, Esq., age ?0 [maybe 20] years, 5 months. Thus passed away a wife and mother; she was a member of the church where she dwelt.

JULY 20, 1866


Bluehill, July 15, by Rev. S. Bowker, ROSOLVO J. TIBBETTS of Brooksville to Miss LIZZIE H. FLYE of Sedgwick.

Trinity Co., Cal., at the residence of H. J. Herrick near Junction City, Apr. 22, by Hon. John Murphy, County Judge, STEPHEN I. THAYER of Douglass City to Miss SARAH E. HARVEY, late of Bangor, Maine.

No deaths reported this issue.

JULY 27, 1866


North Sedgwick, at the parsonage, July 19, by Rev. L. S. Tripp, WILSON RANDALL of Stockton to Miss MARY J. LUFKIN, daughter of Joseph Lufkin of Sedgwick.


Bristol, Me., July 18, Mrs. JANE, wife of Thomas FOSTER of Ellsworth, age 78 years, 8 months.

Hancock, July 13, Mrs. EUNICE, widow of the late Deacon William YOUNG; age 75 years. She often in the few weeks of her last illness would sing:

"Through many dangers, toils and snares I have already come, But 'tis grace that brought me safe thus far and grace will lead me home." She leaves many kind friends.

AUGUST 3, 1866

No marriages reported this issue.


Eden, July 23, JOHN L. EMERY, son of Jared Emery, Esq., age 22 years. He was a member of the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, afterwards known as the 18th Maine. He enlisted at the formation of the regiment and continued in active service during all the term of the regiment's service when not disabled by wounds. He was twice severely wounded, and lost a brother in one of the desperate battles which it was the lot of this regiment to be engaged in.

AUGUST 10, 1866


Ellsworth, July 14, JAMES CANE and Miss NANCY A. MORANG, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Aug. 4, CHARLES H. GRINDLE and Miss LUCINDA BENNETT, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Aug. 4, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, EDWARD J. GREEN of Bluehill and Miss ALICE STEVENS of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Aug. 4, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, HENRY C. DENICO and Miss LOUISA STEVENS, both of Ellsworth.

North Sedgwick, July 29, by Rev. L. S. Tripp, EMERY W. DODGE of Sedgwick to Miss ELVADA E. LUFKIN of Brooklin.

Society Hill, S.C., July 22, by Rev. Mr. Dargan, HARRISON A. TRIPP, late Sargt. of Company F, 29th Maine Volunteers, and son of the Rev. L. S. Tripp of North Sedgwick, Maine, to Miss MARY H. MEIGS of Society Hill.

East Eden, Aug. 1, by D. P. Maracyes, Esq., WARREN H. SALSBURY and Mrs. CORNELIA E. HIGGINS, both of Eden.

Trenton, July 31, by H. K. Thompson, Esq., SAMUEL C. PHIPPIN of Eden to Miss FANNIE GRAY of Mt. Desert.


Cranberry Isle, Aug. 4, Mrs. BENIACH BUNKER, age 84 years.

AUGUST 17, 1866


Surry, Aug. 9, by Samuel Wasson, Esq., JAMES A. CANDAGE to Miss LAURA E. HERRICK, both of Bluehill.

Ellsworth, Aug. 8, by J. M. Peck, Esq., LEANDER MILLIKEN and Miss LYDIA SADDLER, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Aug. 10, by J. M. Peck, Esq., SYLVESTER BROWN of Boston to Miss LYDIA A. HODGDON of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Aug. 11, by J. M. Peck, Esq., F. J. SARGANT and Miss ELIZA A. COUSINS, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Aug. 11, HENRY M. BROWN and Miss LETITIA A. GARLAND, both of Ellsworth.

Providence, R.I., Aug. 10, by Rev. Mr. Howard, MILTON C. HOLMES of Windham, N.H., to Miss LOTTIE T. BATCHELDER, daughter of the Rev. T. Batchelder of Hancock, Me.

No deaths reported this issue.

AUGUST 24, 1866


Ellsworth, Aug. 11, by J. M. Peck, Esq., Lt. F. J. SARGENT, formerly of Company L, 1st Maine Artillery, to Miss ELIZA A. COUSINS, both of Ellsworth.

Topsham, Aug. 16, at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. L. P. Gurnery, N. MELCHER, A.B., Principal of the Hardingsburg Institute KY, to Miss HATTIE A. GURNEY, daughter of the officiating clergyman.


Brooksville, Aug. 13, DAVID DOUGLASS, age 55 years. His death was sudden. He had been at work, haying, during the forenoon, and on his way to his house, he became unable to walk any further. A carriage was obtained, but he lived only a short time after reaching the house.

Hancock, Aug. 13, ELLEN C., daughter of Pelatiah H. and Phebe MOORE, age 6 years, 11 months, 20 days.


The two faithful followers of the Redeemer whose names appear above passed away recently to the home of the blessed within a few weeks of each other, having lived together 54 years. Mr. Woodard was born in Sutton, N.H., in 1789, and his wife in Ellsworth, Me., in 1794. They were married in 1812 and immediately settled in Ellsworth, where they continued to reside until death, having lived together 54 years. Mr. Woodard was one of the first settlers of the town, and followed the occupation of house and ship carpenter. He is very highly estimated by his fellow townsmen and held successively the position of postmaster, selectman, and other offices of trust and usefulness among them. He was likewise an active member of the Ellsworth Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons. Out of a family of 14 children, 10 have survived him and his estimable helpmeet, four having died in infancy. They were both members of the Baptist Church, and for over 40 years have sat down to the communion table of our Lord side by side. During one period of his life, Mr. Woodard became possessed of considerable property and was somewhat extensively engaged in house and ship building as well as in general trade, but did not seem to consider "honesty the best policy," he was stripped of all he owned, and left encumbered with numerous debts. Instead of going through chancery to clear himself as he was strongly advised by several friends, he began life anew, as it were, and with nothing but his hands and his tools, paid every dollar of his indebtedness.

Sometime in February last, pulmonary difficulties of a serious nature developed themselves and caused considerable alarm to his friends. While watching at the bedside of her sick husband, Mrs. Woodard was herself attacked by heart complaint and congestion of the lungs, and it soon became evident that she was not long for earth. Her children were at once informed of her situation, and seven of them were able to reach her before her spirit departed. She was perfectly resigned to the will of God. Although oppressed for breath and using her voice with great difficulty, she talked considerably with her children, and with unvarying constancy attested the sufficiency of her Christian faith to strengthen and support the soul even while walking through the valley of the shadow of death. She preserved her faculties to the end, and her last words were, "All is well with me." She died on April 27, age 72 years, and was buried in the family graveyard of Mrs. Whitaker, a daughter.

Subsequent to his wife's death, Mr. Woodard seemed slightly to rally, and was well enough for several days to visit the spot where she was interred. In a few weeks, however, he grew worse and took to his bed, fully conscious that he would never leave it again alive. He was perfectly tranquil and peaceful. Notwith-standing his proximity to the grave, he took a lively interest in everything that was going on about him, and listened to the daily news with the utmost avidity. His spiritual vision seemed to have been opened, and he repeatedly affirmed that he saw beyond the vale and beheld the forms of those who had preceeded him to eternity, especially the spirit of his wife, who seemed to hover about him constantly and to be waiting for him to join her in the better land. Previous to entering his chamber for the last time, he bade farewell to everything about his house and then took leave of all his friends, made his will, and throughout the whole of this experience, so trying to others, was as composed as if engaged in the transaction of his ordinary business. His last words were, "I hope that all my children will stand on the same platform with me." His death occurred on the 23rd of June, age 77 years. His remains were deposited in the same spot by the side of his wife. United in life, in death they were not divided.

AUGUST 31, 1866


Rockland, Aug. 24, at the residence of Capt. C. W. Brown, by Rev. J, Kallock, JAMES W. THOMPSON of Ellsworth to Miss DORA C. BROWN of Rockland.

Ellsworth, Aug. 27, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, EDWIN MOORE to Miss JOSEPHINE COUSINS, both of Ellsworth.

Bluehill, Aug. 15, at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. J. F. Eveleth, AUSTIN S. STEVEN and Mrs. MARY E. EVELETH, second daughter of the officiating clergyman, both of Bluehill.

Bluehill, Aug. 25, by Rev. S. Bowker, SAMUEL BLACK, JR. of Deer Isle to Miss MERCY JANE LEECH of Bluehill.

Bluehill, Aug. 26, by Rev. S. Bowker, JOSEPH SEWALL GRAY of Bluehill to Miss CLARA M. YOUNG of Surry.


Brooklyn, N.Y., Aug. 16, Mrs. SOPHIA K. DUNN, wife of George F. Dunn, of Ellsworth, age 28 years, 8 months.

Savannah, Ga., Aug. 13, very suddenly, of congestive chills, G. WILLIAM DEWHURST, formerly of Exeter, N.H.



Mt. Desert, Aug. 11, by Rev. J. A. Plumer, JOHN BRACY and Miss HANNAH A. JORDAN, both of Mt. Desert.

Mt. Desert, Aug. 25, by Rev. J. A. Plumer, NATHAN HODGKINS of Trenton and Miss LOUISA H. LEAR of Mt. Desert.

Lowell, Mass., Aug. 2, by Rev. George F. Warren of the Second Baptist Church, JAMES EVANS of Lowell to Miss MARY E., daughter of the Hon. John MILLIKEN of Hancock, Maine.


West Brooksville, Aug. 27, ARTHUR COLBY GRINDLE, age 21, son of Mr. Lowell Grindle. In June last he performed the duty of a public profession of religion by uniting with the Congregational Church.

West Trenton, Aug. 31, of typhoid fever, JENNIE M., daughter of Capt. Daniel and Jane C. LELAND, age 17 years, 10 months, 23 days.

SEPTEMBER 14, 1866


East Trenton, Sep. 2, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, Rev. E. C. HARDEN, pastor of the Baptist Church in Sidney, to Miss ABBIE S. WHITAKER of East Trenton.

Ellsworth, Sep. 1, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, EDWARD HANEY to Miss MARY J. HUNT, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, CHARLES L. DAVIS to Miss ORILLA M. WITHERSPOON, both of Bucksport.

Cranberry Isles, Sep. 9, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., JOHN H. PRESSEY of Deer Isle to Miss CORDELIA H. BULGERY of Cranberry Isles.


Brooksville, Sep. 2, JOHN HENRY, age 76 years, 3 months.

Seal Cove, very suddenly, BERTHA STANLEY, only child of A. P. and Mary E. S. ATHERTON, age 2 years, 8 months, 13 days.

SEPTEMBER 21, 1866


Castine, Sep. 13, by Rev. A. E. Ives, JOHN C. CHAMBERLAIN, Esq., of New York, to Miss DELIA F., only daughter of John H. JARVIS, Esq., of Castine.

North Boston, by Rev. J. M. Marston, Capt. W. C. EICHOLS of Searsport to Miss HATTIE SIMPSON of Ellsworth.

Hancock, Sep. 19, by O. W. Young, Esa., Mr. JAME_ H. RICHARDS of Eden to Miss HENRIETTA C. SMITH of Sullivan.

Amherst, Sep. 2, by A. Backus, Esq., ASHER S. KELIHER to Miss MARY A. WEST, both of Amherst.

Castine, 5th, by Rev. A. E. Ives, W. H. WITHERLEE to Miss JENNIE H. CATE, daughter of C. A. Cate, Esq.


Cranberry Isles, Sep. 7, Mrs. JANE, wife of Mr. Matthew WAYLAND, age 27 years, 6 months, 21 days.

Tremonth, 8th, Mrs. ABAGAIL SEAVEY, wife of Lemuel Seavey, age 76 years.

Tremont, Rev. LEMUEL NORTON, of the Free Will Baptist Denomination, age 81.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1866


Hancock, Sep. 23, by O. M. Young, Esq., AMAZIAH C. HOOPER of Franklin to Miss ANNIE H. PHILLIPS of Eastbrook.

Franklin, Sep. 23, by N. A. Swan, L. M. BRAGDON of Franklin and Miss S. J. FRENCH of Eastbrook.

East Trenton, Sep. 20, by Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, ORRIS N. SWEAT and Miss LYDIA E. HUNT, both of East Trenton.

Portland, Sep. 18, at the U. S. Hotel, by Rev. Mr. Hewes, Capt. SAMUEL B. STEVENS and Miss HELEN BRIGHAM, daughter of the Hon. R. H. Brigham of Castine.


Cranberry Isles, Sep. 23, FREDDY M., son of Mr. and Mrs. Horatio TRUSSELL, age 2 months, 2 days.

OCTOBER 5, 1866


Ellsworth, Oct. 1, by J. M. Peck, Esq., WILLIAM L. REMICK of Ellsworth and Miss ALICE T. SINCLAIR of Gouldsboro.


Cranberry Isles, Sep. 28, Mrs. ORA M., wife of Moses SADLER, age about 25 years.

OCTOBER 12, 1866


Ellsworth, Oct. 7, by Rev. S. Tenney, WILLIAM P. FOSTER and Miss SARA A. BUTLER, both of Franklin.

Orland, Oct. 3, by Rev. George N. Marden, OLIVER B. TROTT, Esq. to Miss MARY T. COLBY of Bucksport.

Orland, Oct. 3, by Rev. George N. Marden, GEORGE G. POWERS to Miss ANNIE R. VALENTINE, both of Orland.

No deaths reported in this issue.

OCTOBER 19, 1866


Brooklin, Oct. 4, by Rev. L. S. Tripp, CARL FOSSELL of U.S.A. to Miss SOPHIA G. OBER, daughter of Mr. William Ober of Brooklin.

Bluehill, Oct. 14, at the Congregational Church, by Rev. S. Bowker, OSCAR D. CHASE of Granby, Conn., to Miss FANNIE ROBERTS of Bluehill.

Bluehill, Oct. 14, by Rev. S. Bowker, GEORGE FRAZIER, Esq., of Ellsworth to Miss ALMIRA WEBBER of Bluehill.


Tremont, Oct. 16, S. AMBROSE DODGE, age 29 years, 9 months.

West Trenton, Sep. 25, STEPHEN HODGDON, age 67 years, 7 months, 19 days. Mr. Hodgdon was baptised by Rev. John King and united with the First Church in Trenton about 35 years ago.

OCTOBER 26, 1866


Surry, Oct. 10, at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. H. Hawes, HERBERT S. DORITY to Miss ELIZA S. EATON, both of Sedgwick.

Sedgwick, by Rev. J. F. Everleth of Bluehill, JAMES E. HYARD to Miss MARY E. MEANS, daughter of Daniel Means, Esq., both of Sedgwick.


Ellsworth, Oct. 4, of lung disease, MINNIE ETTA, daughter of S. and C. L. FIFIELD, age 2 years.

_______, Sep. 28, MARY E., daughter of Robert P. and Melissa P. CARTER, age 13 years, 6 months, 22 days.

Bluehill, Sep. 27, LEWIS H. GREEN, age 81 years, 10 months.

NOVEMBER 2, 1866


Ellsworth, Oct. 26, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Wm. H. Savary, ROBERT LONG, JR. of Geneva, Ill., to Miss FRANCES M. DUTTON, daughter of Jesse Dutton, Esq., of Ellsworth.

Gouldsboro, Oct. 27, by H. M. Sowle, Esq., FRANK S. ROLF to CLARA S. TRACY, both of Gouldsboro.

Ellsworth, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, JOHN WILLIAM SOMES and Miss LUCY T. ALLEN of Mt. Desert.

No deaths reported in this issue.

NOVEMBER 9, 1866


Trenton, Oct. 28, at the residence of the bride, by H. S. Trevett, Esq., GEORGE W. HAMILTON to Mrs. MARTHA B. HOPKINS, both of Trenton.

Cranberry Isles, Oct. 28, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., WILLIAM T. OVERLOCK of Bangor and Miss MARY J. PUNG of Cranberry Isles.

East Trenton, Nov. 3, by Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, CHARLES M. HASTINGS of Mariaville and Miss SOPHRONIA S. BANTER of West Trenton.

No deaths reported in this issue.

NOVEMBER 16, 1866


Ellsworth, Nov. 8, GEORGE P. DAVIS to Miss ADDIE McFARLAND, both of Ellsworth.

Mt. Desert, Nov. 8, by Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, WALLACE COGGINS, Esq., and Mrs. ADALINE D. HEATHE of Mr. Desert.

Boston, Mass., Nov. 4, CHARLES W. HOPKINS to Miss MARY Y. MOORE (formerly a compositor in the "American" office), both of Ellsworth.

Deer Isle, Oct. 1, by Rev. Mr. Drake, JAMES STINSON to Miss ELIZABETH BARBOUR.

Deer Isle, by Rev. Mr. Drake, JOSEPH STINSON to Miss VIOLA STINSON.

Deer Isle, by Rev. Mr. Drake, HALE POWERS to Miss HENZIBAH H. SMALL.

Deer Isle, by Rev. Mr. Caldwell, ELIAS DUNHAM to Miss SUSAN CLAPP.

Deer Isle, by Rev. Mr. Caldwell, CHARLES POWERS to Miss ELIZA ANNE STIMSON.

No deaths reported in this issue.

NOVEMBER 23, 1866


Ellsworth, Nov. 10, by Rev. J. Wells, WALLACE T. COGGINS of Trenton and Miss MARIA B. WOOSTER of Hancock.

Tremont, Oct. 23, by Rev. J. A. Plummer, GILBERT L. LURVEY to Miss MARY E. GILLEY, both of Tremont.

Mt. Desert, Nov. 15, by Rev. J. A. Plummer, MARK T. RICHARDSON and Miss MARY J. RICHARDSON, both of Mt. Desert.

Orland, Nov. 15, by J. S. Condon, Esq., ARTHUR I. GROSS to Miss NANCY L. HUTCHINGS; also by the same, EPHRAIM O. GROSS to Miss MARY A. FACTEAU, all of Orland.

Dedham, Nov. 10, by Rev. S. Tenney, JOHN N. HOUSTON of Ellsworth and Miss LENORA A. KENNEY of Orland; by the same, Nov. 17, CHARLES E. POMROY of Trenton and Miss SARAH E. PARROT of Eastbrook.


East Trenton, Nov. 4, EDMUND HERBERT, son of Isiah and Salome J. GILPATRICK, age 1 year, 2 months, 14 days.

NOVEMBER 30, 1866


Calais, Nov. 21, by Rev. H. V. Dexter, ALEXANDER MARTIN of Franklin to Miss MATILDA CARR of Calais.

Boston, Nov. 22, by Rev. George H. Hepworth, JOHN D. HOPKINS, Esq., and Mrs. CARRIE M. JARVIS, both of Ellsworth.


Hancock, Nov. 17, ELIZA S., widow of Capt. Eliphalet PETTENGILL, age 70 years and 2 months.

DECEMBER 7, 1866


Tremont, by Benjamin Sawyer, Esq., CHARLES GIPS of Calais to Miss JULIA A. HODGDON of Tremont.

Norridgewock, 27 ult., by Rev. E. Nugent, assisted by the bridegroom's father, Rev. H. M. Eaton, H. F. EATON, principal of the Eaton School, to LIZZIE S.___________ [unreadable], all of Norridgewock.

Gouldsboro, Dec. 3, by H. M. Sowle, Esq., JOSIAH B. BUNKER to Miss ROXANA W. STEVENS of Steuben; also DELPHIA E. NEWMEN to Miss ALWILDA SINCLAIR, both of Gouldsboro.


East Brooksville, Nov. 20, HATTIE A. ALLEN, age 15 years, daughter of Deacon Simeon Allen.

DECEMBER 14, 1866


Ellsworth Falls Village, Dec. 8, by A. F. Burnham, Esq., ABIJAH S. FLETCHER to SARAH TREDRIE, both of Ellsworth.

Trenton, Nov. 13, by Rev. J. A. Plumer, Capt. THADDEUS S. SOMES of Mt. Desert and Miss CLARA F. MAYNELL of Sullivan; also, by the same in the same place, Dec. 4, HEMAN C. DOUGLASS of Trenton and Miss ELIZA J. SALISBARY of Ellsworth.


East Trenton, Nov. 17, WILLIAM R., son of Rev. Wm. A. and Sara A. DURFEE, age 3 years, 3 months, 23 days.

DECEMBER 21, 1866


Bluehill, Dec. 6, by Rev. J. F. Eveleth, GEORGE W. CLAY to Miss NANCIE W. GRINDLE, both of Ellsworth.

Waltham, Dec. 9, by Calvin Kingman, Esq., JAMES G. MOORE of Waltham to Mrs. ABBY TREWORGY of Ellsworth.

Gouldsboro, Dec. 16, by H. M. Sowle, Esq., M. JAMES HAMMOND to Miss LUCY E. BUNKER, both of Gouldsboro.

Cranberry Isles, Dec. 3, by A. E. Fernald, Esq., ALBERT W. GELLEY of Cranberry Isles to Miss EMILY G. JORDAN of Mariaville.


Eden, Oct. 13, JOEL EMERY, JR., age 32 years.

Eden, Dec. 13, Capt. LACHEUS HIGGINS, age 85 years.

Aux. Cayes, Nov. ____, Capt. THOMAS J. KING, son of Capt. Nathan King of Tremont, age 21 years, 5 months.

DECEMBER 28, 1866


Ellsworth, Dec. 23, by Rev. W. H. Savary, SULLIVAN D. WIGGIN, of the firm of Wiggin and Parcher, and Miss ABBIE L. HOPKINS, all of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Dec. 20, by Rev. J. L. Locke, LEWIS WENTWORTH to Miss ANNIE P. LORING, both of Ellsworth.

Providence, 18th inst., by Rev. Mr. Vose, WILLIAM P. VAUGHN of Providence and Miss S. LIZZIE DODGE, daughter of the late Addison Dodge of Ellsworth, Me.

Camden, Dec. 20, at St. Thomas's Church, by Rev. E. A. Bradley, ABEL HUNT to Miss EVELINA, daughter of the Hon. E. G. KNIGHT, all of Camden.

Calais, Dec. 10, by Rev. Mr. Caldwell, Hon. JOSEPH GRANGER and Miss MARY H. GRANGER, both of Calais.

Boston, Dec. 5, E. D. GREEN, Esq., of Calais and Mrs. MARGARET A. ROBINSON of Ellsworth.

Trenton, Dec. 22, by Benjamin Sawyer, Esq., WILLARD S. DOW to Miss EDWINA H. HODGDON, both of Tremont.

Mt. Desert, Dec. 23, by Benjamin Sawyer, Esq., JOHN H. SOMES of Tremont and Miss BELLE O. BUTLER of Mt. Desert.

No deaths reported in this issue.

JANUARY 4, 1867


Ellsworth, Jan. 1, H. H. HARDEN and Miss GEORGIETTA, eldest daughter of E. H. STOCKBRIDGE, Esq., all of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Jan. 1, by Rev. Wm. H. Savory, at the residence of A. B. Black, Miss SARAH R. BLACK and SIDNEY P. STOCKBRIDGE, all of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Dec. 29, ALBION F. JORDAN and Miss ELLEN M. MOO____, both of Trenton.

Orland, Dec. 29, by Rev. George N. Marden, ENOCH N. MOORE of Tremont and Miss LAURA A. GROSS of Orland.


Ellsworth, Dec. 31, SEBASTAN HAUSER, very suddenly, age 29 years.

Bluehill, 17th inst., MARBLE PARKER left his earthly home after a stay of 92 years. He was the oldest person in town, had been an esteemed member of the Baptist Church for about half a century. He suffered many weary months from a cancerous infection and welcomed death as an end to all of his sorrow.

Bluehill, 20th, SUSIE L. B., daughter of F. S. and Adel STEPHENS, age 10 years. This dear child was smitten suddenly; she was sick but 8 hours. The blow falls very heavily on the stricken parents who have parted with 3 of their previous children and have but the first-born left. Susie was a favorite, her mild expression and sweet smile still linger with us.

Bluehill, 26th, Mrs. PHEBE, wife of Nehemiah HINCKLEY, age 70 years. Mr[s]. H. has been an invalid for years. With her venerable companion, she united with the Congregational Church more than half a century ago and now, a little before him, she has joined the Church where eternal Sabbath is enjoyed.

Boston, Dec. 18, of consumption, Capt. ROBERT WESCOTT of Penobscot, Me.; age 66 years, 4 months.

JANUARY 11, 1867


Orland, Dec. 21, by J. S. Condon, Esq., DENNIS AMES and Miss LILLIE M. GRAY, both of Orland.

Tremont, Jan. 2, by Andrew Tarr, Esq., at the bride's residence, Capt. HOWARD J. ROBBINS to ELIZA S. DODGE, youngest daughter of the late John Anderson, Esq. of Rockland; both of Tremont.

West Brooksville, New Year's evening, by David Wasson, Esq., KENNEY S. GRINDLE and SOPHRONIA S. BLODGET, both of Brooksville.

Cranberry Isles, Jan. 1, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., WILLIAM W. YOUNG to Mrs. HANNAH C. LADD, both of Cranberry Isles.

Cherryfield, Jan. 5, by Rev. S. W. Ransom, G. E. CHURCH to Miss ANNIE E. AUSTIN, both of Cherryfield.


Ellsworth, Jan. 1, Mrs. REBECCA B. JOY, wife of Horatio N. Joy, age 53 years, 10 months. As the mother of a large family, she was devoted to her children's welfare.

Lawrence, Jan. 1, of typhoid fever, ETHERLINDA, daughter of Capt. Christopher and Ruth BARTLETT, age 24 years, 11 months.

Eden, Dec. 25, EDGAR L. WALLS, 2 years, 11 months, 16 days; buried New Year's Day.

JANUARY 18, 1867


Ellsworth, Jan. 16, by Rev. Wm. H. Savary, at the residence of James W. Davis, Esq., FRED A. PRESBY of Boston to Miss ABBIE A. DAVIS of Ellsworth.

North Hancock, Jan. 15 (at the white schoolhouse, after the close of a lecture), by Rev. J. L. Locke, RICHARD JACOB STRAW, founder of Strawville, to Mrs. RUTHEA RICH of North Hancock.

Gouldsboro, Jan. 13, by H. M. Soule, Esq., WELDON F. PETERS to Miss KATIE M. HANDY, both of Gouldsboro.

Franklin, Jan. 5, by N. A. Swan, Esq., SIDNEY A. BUTLER to Miss MARY A. COLSON, both of Franklin.

Eden, Jan. 10, by E. M. Hamor, Esq., ABRAHAM T. LELAND to Miss LAVINA H. YOUNG, both of Eden.

Eden, Jan. 6, by Rev. M. Hawes of Surry, H. H. RICHARDSON TO Mrs. JULIA A. BILLINGS, both of Eden.


Ellsworth, Jan. 15, Mrs. MARY BELLATTY, age 87 years.

Sedgwick, Jan. 7, Mrs. MARY OBER, wife of Samuel Ober, age 81 years. Her funeral sermon was preached in the Baptist Meetinghouse in Sedgwick Jan. 10 by Rev. H. Hawes of Surry.

Brooksville, Jan. 9, EMERY JONES, age 31 years.

East Brooksville, Jan. 10, Mrs. LOUISA ALLEN, wife of Deacon Simeon Allen, age 61 years. A beloved daughter died a few weeks ago.

JANUARY 25, 1867


Ellsworth, Jan. 23, by Rev. Wm. H. Savary, at the residence of the birde's father, H. B. SAUNDERS to Miss FANNIE M., only daughter of Rev. Robert COLE, all of Ellsworth.

Bluehill, Jan. 11, by Rev. Samuel Bowker, SEWELL W. CANDAGE of Bluehill to Miss VIOLA A. BLACK of Sedgwick.

Bluehill, Jan. 20, by Rev. Samuel Bowker, MERRILL D. CHATTO of Bluehill to Miss JULIA ADELL BOWDEN of Penobscot.


Bartlett's Island, Jan. 18, Miss GUSTINA BARTLETT, age 15 years. This is the young lady that attracted attention a year or two since, with her enormous size. At the time of her death, it was supposed she would weigh quite 400 pounds.

FEBRUARY 1, 1867


Green's Landing, Deer Isle, Jan. 9, by Rev. Wm. A. Shaw, BERNARD A. WILLIAMS of New York to HELEN M. WILSON, daughter of Capt. William D. Wilson of Deer Isle.


Waltham, Jan. 29, Mrs. LUCY GILES, very suddenly, with consumption; age 47 years, 5 months, 4 days.

FEBRUARY 8, 1867


Ellsworth, Monday, Feb. 4, in the Congregational Church, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, WILLIAM W. SAWYER, Esq., of Calais to Miss FRANCES E. DUTTON of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Feb. 2, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, MELATIAH JORDAN and Miss EMMA A. KINCAID, both of Ellsworth.

Gouldsboro, Jan. 31, by Rev. H. M. Sowle, Esq., SAMUEL G. WOOD to Miss EMELINE S. TRACY, both of Gouldsboro.

_______, Jan. 29, by Rev. H. M. Soule, Esq., MOSES H. PREBBLE to Miss MARY JANE HODSKINS, both of Sullivan.

Cranberry Isles, Jan. 22, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., SAMUEL S. FERNALD to Mrs. MARGARET S. HOLMES, both of Cranberry Isles.


West Eden, Feb. 4, MARTHA D., daughter of David H. and Eliza A. HIGGINS, age 17 years, 2 months, 15 days.

North Hancock, Feb. 1, Mrs. SALLY, relict of the late Thomas McFARLAND, Esq._______, age 87 years, 9 months, 2 days. One hundred years ago, the father of the deceased, with other pioneers, made a clearing in the wilderness of the present town of Hancock, where she was born and has ever since lived. During her lifetime one nation has passed through its three grand epochs, that of the Revolution, the War of 1812, and the Great Rebellion of 1861. For the past 8 years she has been an invalid, but her son Nathaniel, from whom she has not been separated for 6 months during the past 61 years, together with his attentive wife, so cared for her wants as to greatly mitigate her infirmities of age and to smooth the closing part of her life. During the past 50 years, the deceased has been a worthy member of the Baptist Church.

FEBRUARY 15, 1867


Eden, Feb. 7, by E. M. Hamor, Esq., SAMUEL HADLEY of Eden to Miss MARY C. WALLS of Mt. Desert.

Bucksport, Feb. 10, by R. T. Osgood, Esq., HIRAM S. KEYS and Miss CLARA E. WITHAM, both of Bucksport.


Ellsworth, Feb. 13, JAMES McFARLAND, 95 years, 5 months, 13 days. Mr. McFarland was probably the oldest man in the county. Funeral will be attended at the Baptist Meetinghouse at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon.

Bluehill, Feb. 4, THOMAS WHITE, age 68 years. For nearly 30 years, he was a member of the Baptist Church.

Waldoboro, Jan. 21, HENRY ROFF, age 98 years. Supposed to be the last member of the German church which was composed of the early settlers of Waldoboro.

Waldoboro, Jan. 21, Mrs. CATHARINE WEAVER, age 93 years, 5 months.

FEBRUARY 22, 1867


Penobscot, Feb. 12, by Peleg G. Staples, Esq., JOSEPH B. LITTLEFIELD to Miss ELIZA J. CLAYTOR, both of Penobscot.

North Sedgwick, at the parsonage, by Rev. L. S. Tripp, Feb. 11, FRANCIS C. MAYO to Miss RUBY ANN HINCHLEY, both of Bluehill.


Ellsworth, Feb. 15, of consumption, GEORGE R. MOON, age 20 years, 9 months.

MARCH 1, 1867


Bluehill, Feb. 22, at the residence of the bride's father, Capt. Nelson Franks, by Rev. J. F. Eveleth, HENRY S. THOMPSON of Bangor and Miss MIRZALA A. FRANKS of Bluehill.


Tremont, Feb. 17, Mrs. CLARA S. GUAY, widow of the late Capt. Charles Guay of Indian Island, N.B. age 73 years.

Ellsworth, Feb. 21, of typhoid fever, MARY H., youngest daughter of John and Pricilla PIERCE, age 7 years, 11 months.

Surry, Feb. 23, ADA LEE, age 17 years.

MARCH 8, 1867


Orland, Feb. 24, by Rev. George N. Marden, Capt. JOHN T. SNOW of Bucksport to Miss ABBIE M. HOPKINS of Orland.

Bluehill, Feb. 25, by Rev. S. Bowker, THURSTON DOUGLAS of Bluehill to Miss MINA A. GRAY of Brooksville.

Gott's Island, Tremont, Feb. 25, by Rev. D. S. Hibbard, LEWIS R. MARTIN of Bass Harbor to Miss SARAH M. GOTT of Gott's Island.

No deaths reported in this issue.

MARCH 15, 1867


Hancock, Mar. 9, by O. W. Young, Esq., Capt. CHARLES DOW of Hancock and Miss ROXANNA BLANCHARD of Sullivan.


Monroe, Mar. 8, of consumption, HORACE McKENNEY, age 35 years, 10 months. He was one of the oldest mail contractors and has owned the mail stage line from Belfast to Monroe for the last 16 years.

Bluehill, Feb. 19, of consumption, CHARLES H. HINCKLEY, age 32 years.

Calais, Mar. 7, ELIJAH D. GREEN, Esq., age 68 years

MARCH 22, 1867


Ellsworth, Mar. 19, by Rev. J. L. Locke, MELVILLE E. PETTINGILL to Miss MARIE E. PROCTOR, both of Hancock.


Hancock, Feb. 24, AMOS E. GRANT, youngest son of Capt. Henry and Maria Grant, age 19 years. He was out late the evening before until 9 o'clock and retired in as good health as usual; the next morning he was found dead in bed.

MARCH 29, 1867

No marriages or deaths reported in this issue.

APRIL 5, 1867


Ellsworth, by John M. Peck, ORRIN P. CARTER to Mrs. ABBY L. CARTER.

Amherst, Mar. 29, by A. Backus, Esq., WILLIAM R. CARR and Miss HENRIETTA PHILBRICK, both of Amherst.

Brooksville, Mar. 24, at the residence of the bride, D. HOWARD TRIBOU of Hampden to Miss PHEBE WALKER of Brooksville.


Ellsworth, Mar. 29, Mrs. ISABELLA HALL, wife of Barlow Hall, Jr., age 27 years.

Eden, Apr. 2, Capt. BENJAMIN THOMAS, age 87 years.

Trenton, Mar. 14, Capt. EMORY ANDERSON, age 31 years.

Orland, Mar. 20, P. BLAISDELL, age 74 years, 2 months.

Calais, Feb. 4, ADDIE ELIZA, wife of Orville B. HEATH, age 29 years, 18 days. The idolized wife of a young man just entering into a promising career of business, the fond and happy mother of two babies, the admired center of a large circle of friends, both on the island of Mt. Desert her native home and Calais where Providence had given her a new and most attractive home -- she was called thus early to leave all. Although she had been of a consumptive tendency for several months, yet her last sickness was short, and death came upon her quite suddenly. She calmly made arrangements for her children, took care of some other matters, breathed a short prayer, and fell asleep.

Bluehill, Mar. 30, HENRY AUSTIN, age 19 years, son of Deacon Jonah and Susan DODGE, a member of the First Baptist Church.

APRIL 12, 1867


Ellsworth, Apr. 10, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, GEORGE P. OSGOOD and Mrs. MARY A. LITTLEFIELD, both of Ellsworth.


Surry, Mar. 31, LIZZIE M., daughter of Capt. James O. and Augusta JARVIS, age 13 years.

Cranberry Isles, Apr. 9, Capt. THOMAS BUNKER, age about 78 years. Capt. Bunker followed the sea many years during his early life. Forty years he was master and owner of his own vessel and was a prominent man, widely known. In his after life he has lived on shore and has filled many responsible positions. He has been sick more than a year. In March 1866 he was not expected to live any time, but rallied again so as to be up and about the house, sometimes out of doors.

APRIL 19, 1867


Ellsworth, Apr. 13, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, ROBERT J. ALEXANDER of Ellsworth and Mrs. ELEANOR J. HUTCHINS of Penobscot.

Eastport, 3rd inst., by Rev. E. Pepper, THOMAS PATMORE and Mrs. MARIA CLEMENS, all of Eastport.

Eastport, 4th, by the Rev. John Imasso, WILLIAM FERELL and KATE FLINN, all of Eastport.


Ellsworth, 7th inst., Mrs. SARAH MEADER, wife of the late Abraham Meader, age 95 years. Her father moved to this place, then a wilderness in 1772. She was at that time but 12 years of age; consequently she was reared amidst the privations of a pioneer life. She was the mother of 9 children and grandmother of 44 children, and great-grandmother of 73 children. She was one of the members comprising the First Methodist Church organized in the town of Surry in 1798 and always manifested great interest in religion and heavenly things, and exhibited throughout her long life the outward fruits of Christianity and calmly she prepared to meet the summons to enter the house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.

Calais, 20th ult., JAS. SIMMOND, age 48 years.

Lubec, 2nd, HANNAH E., daughter of Frank and Elizabeth GUPTILL, age 17 years.

Eastport, 1st inst., MARY M., daughter of Stephen and Jane PATTERSON, 26 years.

Belleville, IL., 18th ult., Mrs. MINNIE A., wife of J. F. HAY, Esq., of St. Louis, Mo.

Portland, 8th inst., KATIE, daughter of Alexander and Sarah PREBLE of Harrington, age 18 years.

APRIL 26, 1867


Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 10, at the residence of Capt. J. Sundbery, Capt. S. V. BENNIS of New York to LIZZIE H., daughter of the late Paul SIMPSON, Esq. of Sullivan.


Ellsworth, Wed., Apr. 10, Mrs. LYDIA JORDAN, wife of Isaac Jordan, Sr., age 74 years, 3 months. Mrs. Jordan was a member of the Baptist Church first formed in this town.

Bucksport, Apr. 22, HORACE P. FIFIELD, age 46 years.

MAY 3, 1867


Gouldsboro, 28th, by B. M. Sargent, Esq., FRED T. KINGSLEY, Esq. to Miss ABBY T. YOUNG, both of Gouldsboro.

Gouldsboro, 28th inst., by H. M. Sowle, Esq., Mr. FLORENCE CROWLEY to Miss MARENA TRACY, both of Gouldsboro.


Ellsworth, May 1, very suddenly, of congestion of the lungs, JOSEPH DeLAITRE, age 57 years.

Ellsworth, Apr. 18, Mrs. LOUISA M. HINCKLEY, wife of Obed Hinckley, Esq., of Bluehill, age 62 years.

Ellsworth, Apr. 4, EVERETT S., oldest son of Sumner and Charlotte FIFIELD, age 6 years, 7 months, 9 days.

Brooklin, Apr. 15, Mrs. ANNIE, wife of Mr. PETERSON, age 43 years.

Waterville, Mrs. HANNAH MORGAN, formerly of Surry, age 96 years, 3 months.

Waiolua, in the Island of Ohu, S. Island, Mar. 26, Rev. J. S. EMERSON, a missionary.

MAY 10, 1867


Ellsworth, May 5, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, HERRICK ATHERTON and Miss SUSAN F. SMITH, both of Ellsworth.

Franklin, May 4, by N. A. Swan, Esq., WILLIAM B. THOMAS of Morril and Miss VICTORA M., eldest daughter of T. BUNKER, Esq. of Franklin.

Bluehill, May 3, by Rev. S. Bowker, EDWIN A. WILEY of Bucksport to Miss CLARA B. COGGINS of Bluehill.

No deaths reported this issue.

MAY 17, 1867


Bluehill, May 11, by the Rev. S. Bowker, GEORGE F. INGALLS of Bluehill to Miss LOUISA B. DAVIS of Penobscot.

No deaths reported this issue.

MAY 24, 1867


Deer Isle, May 12, by the Rev. B. F. Stinson, EDWARD A. FINK and Miss ADA A. BABBIDGE, both of Deer Isle.

Ellsworth, May 19, by Rev. T. Batchelder, HARRIS SMITH of Mariaville to Mrs. MARIA TOWNSEND of Ellsworth.

No deaths reported this issue.

MAY 31, 1867


Amherst, May 24, by A. Backus, Esq., JOHN E. FORD to Miss JANE A. SUMMER, both of Amherst.

Cranberry Isle, May 26, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., DAVID BRACY, JR. to Miss LUCY JANE EATON, both of Mt. Desert.

Gouldsboro, May 24, by Fred T. Kingsley, Esq., LYSANDER BUNKER and Mrs. BARBARA STINSON, both of Gouldsboro.


Trenton, May 12, ELIZA GRAVES, age 56 years, wife of Moses T. Graves. A perceptible beginning of her illness was in the autumn of last year when she was obliged to leave her work and devote herself to remedial efforts, all of which, however, proved in vain. She was an affectionate wife and mother.

JUNE 7, 1867


North Sedgwick, Apr. 7, at the parsonage, by the Rev. L. S. Tripp, JAMES D. FLY to Miss MEDORA A. ANDERSON, both of Brooklin.

No deaths reported this issue.

JUNE 14, 1867


Ellsworth, June 5, by A. F. Burnham, Esq., LEONARD C. MADDOX and Mrs. CAROLINE E. MOORE, both of Ellsworth.

June 8, by the same, ABRAHAM SARGENT, JR. and Mrs. ELLEN S. BONZEY, all of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, June 6, by the Rev. S. Tenney, at the residence of the bride's father, EDWARD F. ROBINSON and Miss ABBIE SARAH, daughter of Erastus REDMAN, Esq., all of Ellsworth.

[Assume Ellsworth] June 11, by the same, at the Congregational parsonage, JAMES L. TREADWELL of Mariaville and Miss AMELIA S. JORDAN of Ellsworth.

West Brooksville, June 6, by Rev. W. W. Dow, Capt. GEORGE H. TAPLEY and Miss MARY BARKER MILLS.

Tremont, June 1, by L. E. Wyman, Esq., HERMAN D. GILBERT of Trenton and Miss MARY A. LALLEY of Tremont.


Franklin, May 31, Miss THERESA M. SPRINGER, age 18 years, 9 days. Sister Springer converted to God last fall in the reformation at Eastbrook when the writer was laboring. She was baptized the 25th day of November last and united with the First Free Will Baptist Church in Eastbrook, with which she remained a faithful, devoted Christian until called. She had been a consumptive for some time but still hopes were entertained of her recovery. Early in the spring, the disease began to manifest itself more plainly.

JUNE 21, 1867


Trenton, May 25, by Rev. Charles Blanchard, WINFIELD S. HODGKINS of Hancock to Miss REBECCA K. GILPATRICK of Trenton.

Eden, June 10, by L. J. Thomas, Esq., Capt. SAMUEL N. RICH to Miss ERMINA A. C. RICHARDS, both of Eden.

Tremont, by Rev. B. F. Stinson, HERBERT L. BRAGG and Miss MYRA A. SPEAR, both of Tremont.


Biddeford, Me., May 18, CHARLOTTE, relict of Isaac BROWN, Esq. of Minneapolis, Mn., age 63 years. Mrs. Brown was the daughter of Maj. John Jellison, one of the early settlers of Ellsworth. She was a competent and devoted teacher, and she early embraced that religion which enabled her to close a life of vicissitude by a peaceful and happy death.

JUNE 28, 1867


Ellsworth, June 22, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, GEORGE B. MITCHELL and Miss MELVINA STEVENS, all of Ellsworth.

Franklin, June 12, by the Rev. J. A. Plummer, AMOS M. SCAMMON and Miss MARIA T. GORDON, all of Franklin.


Brooklin, May 29, Mrs. PATIENCE WILSON, age 73 years.

Bucksport, June 19, MELVILLE P., son of Capt. William G. and Melvina E. SNOW, age 6 months.

JULY 5, 1867


Ellsworth, June 29, at the Congregational parsonage, by the Rev. Dr. Tenney, EDWIN T. CARTER and Miss FLORENCE M. CARTER, both of Surry.

June 30, at the same place, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, LORENZO C. ELDEN and Miss LUCETTA BILLINGS, both of Ellsworth.


North Hancock, July 1, JOHN GOOGING, age 80 years. A kind and loving husband and dutiful father.

Ellsworth, May 24, EDWARD MOORE, age ?8 [maybe 48] years, 8 months, 4 days. Mr. Moore experienced religion 30 years ago and has always since that time acted like a sincere devoted follower of Christ.

JULY 12, 1867


Cranberry Isle, July 4, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., Capt. ALEXANDER BLAKE to Miss GEORGIANA DODGE, both of Mt. Desert.


Ellsworth, June 6, Mrs. LUCY HELEN HALE, wife of Moses Hale and daughter of William Freeman, Esq. of Cherryfield; age 54 years, 10 months.

JULY 19, 1867


Ellsworth, July 15, at the Ellsworth House, by the Rev. Father Durnin, JAMES McGOULDRIC and Miss CHRISTINA C. CLARA of Machias.

Tremont, July 5, by L. B. Wyman, Esq., WILLIAM BYRON RAWLINS and Miss HARRIET SPRAGUE, both of Tremont.

Franklin, July 3, by Rev. J. A. Plumer, ALBIN WILLIAMS of Franklin and Miss ABBIE HIGGINS of Tremont.


Sullivan, June 28, BILLINDA AREY, age 37 years, 9 months, 14 days.

JULY 26, 1867

No marriages or deaths reported this issue.

AUGUST 2, 1867


Ellsworth, July 13, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. Dr. Tyler of Bucksport, HORACE MARKS of Bluehill and Miss LUCRETIA L. JORDAN of Trenton.

July 29, by Rev. S. Tenney, at the residence of the bride's father, AMORY OTIS and Miss SABRA W. DEAN, only daughter of J. A. Dean, Esq., all of Ellsworth.


Sullivan, July 27, JOHN DOWNING, age 68 years.

Princeton, Mn., June 10, CHARLES MADOX, formerly of Ellsworth, age 63 years.

AUGUST 9, 1867

No marriages or deaths reported this issue.

AUGUST 16, 1867


Tremont, July 24, by Rev. D. S. Hibbard, Capt. CHARLES H. TRUSSELL of Bucksport to Miss MATILDA J. SPURLING of Cranberry Isles.


Ellsworth, Aug. 10, Miss ANN GREELEY, age 41 years, daughter of Dr. Samuel Greeley.

Ellsworth, Aug. 11, LUCY ROYAL, wife of Samuel Royal, age 58 years.

North Hancock, Aug. 2, BERTHA R. BUSH, daughter of Dr. E. A. Bush, age 22 years, 3 months, 29 days.

AUGUST 23, 1867


Franklin, Aug. 10, by Rev. George D. Garland, JOHN W. HARDISON to Miss GEORGIE A. WHITTEN, all of Franklin.


Sullivan, July 27, JOHN DOWNING, of inflamation of the kidneys, age 7 years.

AUGUST 30, 1867


Ellsworth, Aug. 25, by the Rev. S. Tenney, at the Congregational parsonage, CYRUS A. COOK of Ellsworth to Miss ELLA E. WOOSTER of Hancock.

Franklin, Aug. 10, by the Rev. Benjamin F. Fogg, HENRY C. URANN of Sullivan to Miss ALPHANSINE C. DUNN of Sullivan.

Brooksville, July 28, by Rev. C. L. Plumer, EMORY M. GRINDLE of Brooksville to Mrs. LIZZIE J. GRAY of Ellsworth.

Brooksville, Aug. 15, JOHN HENRY to Mrs. MARY STANG, both of Brooksville.

Camden, Aug. 15, by Rev. N. Butler, Dr. EDWARD T. FULLER of Sedgwick to CORA I. PERRY of Camden.

Surry, Aug. 24, by Rev. E. M. Fowler, LEONARD CLOUGH of Ellsworth to Miss JANE FROST of Mariaville.


West Ellsworth, Aug. 8, IRVING SMITH, son of Libbeus and Maria Smith, age 3 years, 1 month.

Trenton, Aug. 22, LINDA BARTLETT, youngest child of Wilson R. and Melita V. YOUNG, age 1 year, 29 days.


No marriages reported this issue.


Cranberry Isles, Aug. 30, Mrs. MARGARET S. FERNALD, wife of Samuel S. Fernald and daughter of Jonathan R. and Irena Stanley, age 27 years, 2 months, 22 days.

Eastbrook, Aug. 13, FERDINAND COUSINS, son of Ferdinand and Augusta Cousins, age 2 years, 5 months, 12 days.

Ellsworth, Aug. 26, Mrs. JANE GOOGINS, wife of Moses Googins, age 57 years. Mrs. Googins had a long and painful sickness; she never fully recovered from the shock caused by the death of two sons in the late war, one of them in a Rebel prison.

SEPTEMBER 13, 1867


Ellsworth, Sep. 8, at the Congregational parsonage, by the Rev. S. Bowker of Bluehill, DAVID RICH of Boston, Mass. to Miss SARAH A. TINKER of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Sep. 10, by the Rev. Wm. H. Savory, REUBEN S. SARGENT to Miss SUSAN E. THURBER, all of Ellsworth.


Brooklin, 9th, Rev. J. BRADFORD, age 56 years.

SEPTEMBER 20, 1867


Belfast, Sep. 8, by the Rev. Dr. Palfry, NATHAN WALKER, Esq. of Ellsworth and Miss HENRIETTA LEWIS of Belfast.

America, NY, Sep. 4, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Horatio N. Powers, D.D. of Davenport, Ia., ALLENSON C. HERRICK of Hebron, Me. to Miss KATE POWERS, daughter of the late Charles N. Powers and sister of the officiating clergyman.


Sedgwick, Sep. 11, LEWIS AUGUSTUS, oldest son of Dr. Sidney DRINKWATER, age 17 years, 10 months.

Eden, 13th, JOSIAH B. RICHARDS, age 63 years.

Eden, 16th, Mrs. HEPZIBETH RICHARDS, widow of the late Capt. William Richards and mother of the above, age 80 years.

Also on 13th, OLIVER, son of Joseph YOUNG, age 10.

Ellsworth, Sep. 18, CHARLES BURTON, son of B. F. and R. F. GRAY, age 9 months.

Ellsworth, 16th, SYLVESTER BOWDEN, age 56 years.

Also 15th, Mrs. CLARISA ALLEN, wife of E. L. M. Allen, age 70 years.

SEPTEMBER 27, 1867


Ellsworth, Sep. 23, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. S. Tenney, JOEL FARNSWORTH and Mrs. MARY J. GARLAND, all of Ellsworth.


Foxleave, Mass., Sep. 15, MELANA L. TINKER, age 20 years, 1 month, 21 days; formerly of Trenton, Me.

OCTOBER 4, 1867


Ellsworth, Sep. 28, at the Congregational parsonage, by the Rev. S. Tenney, JOHN J. CASE of Mariaville and Miss ADELIA H. WEBBER of Bluehill.

At the same place, Sep. 28, by the Rev. S. Tenney, WILLIAM SMITH of Ellsworth and Miss LYDIA C. SMITH of Surry.

Trenton, Sep. 21, by H. S. Trevett, Esq., at his residence, HORATIO E. HARDISON to Miss EMMA A. HADLEY, all of Franklin.

Penobscot, Sep. 13, by Rev. James B. Crawford, WINFIELD S. GREEN of Surry and Miss HATTIE WARDWELL of Penobscot.


Sullivan, Sep. 28, E. H. LYNAM, age 43 years, 5 months, 13 days.

OCTOBER 11, 1867


Ellsworth, Oct. 5, ALBERT M. FRAZIER of Ellsworth and ALMAH. R. KELLIHER of Waltham.

Ellsworth, Oct. 8, by the Rev. F. T. Hazlewood, JOHN P. FOSTER and Miss TYPHOSA LOTHAN, both of Boston, Mass.

Ellsworth, Oct. 6, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, at the Congregational parsonage, ALONZO HIGGINS and Miss ERNESTA B. RICHARDS, both of Eden.

Ellsworth, Oct. 9, CALVERT MILLIKEN and Miss BETSY SADLER, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Oct. 6, by Rev. F. T. Hazlewood, Capt. JOSEPH THOMAS and Mrs. MARY CHANEY, all of Ellsworth.

Amherst, Sep. 28, by A. Backus, Esq., SETH O. HANSCOMB to Miss LYDIA J. BURKETT, both of Amherst.

No deaths reported this issue.

OCTOBER 18, 1867


Ellsworth, Oct. 13, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, JOSEPH LAMONNER [sp?] and Miss ANNIE S. HAWES, both of Brooksville.

West Trenton, Oct. 5, by the Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, O. M. KITTREDGE and Miss ELLA M. CLARK, both of Tremont.

No deaths reported this issue.

OCTOBER 25, 1867


Ellsworth, Oct. 13, by Rev. F. John Imasso, PATRICK STARKIE and Miss ANASTASIA MURPHY, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Oct. 22, WILLIAM HARRIMAN and Miss HANNAH PINE, both of Cherryfield; also PATRICK BRANNIN and Miss MARY M'CARTY, both of Cherryfield.


Brooksville, 11th inst., Mrs. SUSAN COUSINS, wife of Nathaniel Cousins, age 71 years.

NOVEMBER 1, 1867


Penobscot, Oct. 25, by Peleg G. Staples, Esq., WILLIAM N. EMERSON and Miss JANE Y. GRAY, both of Sedgwick.

By Rev. Dr. Mill, H. H. HAMILTON of Salem and Miss SARAH Y. BEAL of Ellsworth.

Orland, Oct. 29, by Rev. George N. Marden, CHARLES HAYNES of Ellsworth to Mrs. LUCY ANA COOK of Rockland.

Brooklyn, NY, on Sat., Oct. 11, by the Rev. W. F. Watkins, at the residence of the bride's father, ROGER SARGENT, U.S.N., to Miss HATTIE WHITSON of Brooklyn.


Ellsworth, Oct. 11, Mrs. CHRISTINA W. GOSS, age 32 years. [Long narrative] She leaves a bereaved husband and motherless children.

NOVEMBER 8, 1867


Ellsworth, Nov. 2, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, ROSWELL S. GARLAND and Miss THANKFUL GARLAND.

Nov. 2, by the same, JOSEPH BOUMELAR and Miss NANCY MITCHELL.

Nov. 3, by the same, WILLIAM H. JOY and Miss OLIVE A. SANBORN, all of Ellsworth.

East Trenton, Nov. 1, by the Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, LEWIS B. HODGKINS of Hancock and Miss ALBERTA R. HODGKINS of Trenton.

Corinth, Oct. 27, by Rev. C. T. Bartlett, assisted by the Rev. J. M. Follett, THOMAS B. RICE of Boston, Mass. and Miss MARY E. PARKER of Corinth.


Sedgwick, Oct. 21, Mrs. BETSY D., wife of the Hon. W. G. SARGENT, age 58 years.

Bluehill, Oct. 25, Mrs. EUNICE CONARY, age 74 years.

Boston, Oct. 29, NATHANIEL GOTT of Mt. Desert, age 76 years.

NOVEMBER 15, 1867


Bluehill, Nov. 3, by Rev. J. F. Eveleth, SYLVESTER P. LYMBURNER and FANNIE E. BLODGET, both of Brooksville.

Sedgwick, Nov. 11, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Charles P. Bartlett, GILBERT B. REED of Central City, CO, and ANGELINE CARLTON BACHELDOR of New York, daughter of Col. Rowland Carlton.

Ellsworth, Nov. 7, DAVID B. WEBBER of Ellsworth and Miss ADELIA DAVIS of Surry.

Ellsworth, Nov. 9, NELSON M. WELCH and Miss RILLA DOUGLASS, both of Ellsworth.


Long Island, 6th inst., THOMAS RICE, age 88.

Sullivan, Mon., 11th, JOSHUA WILKINSON, age 72 years.

Stetson, Nov. 13, SAMUEL PIERCE, age 69 years, very suddenly, of apoplexy. Subject embraced religion at the age of 12 years, was a member of the First Baptist Church, Bangor, for nearly 20 years, and on his removal to Stetson with his wife, united with the Baptist Church in that place. Family mourns the loss of a kind husband and affectionate father.

Mt. Desert, Oct. 7, ABIGAIL WALLS, daughter of Comfort DAVIS, age 20 years.

NOVEMBER 22, 1867


Eden, Nov. 13, by John C. Friend, Esq., EDWIN R. LEACH of Penobscot and Miss MARTHA A. GRINDLE of Newport.

Surry, Nov. 17, by the Rev. E. N. Fowler, Capt. SETH R. LORD to Miss MYRA E. BARRETT, both of Surry.

Ellsworth, 17th, by the Rev. Father John Imasso, THOMAS MORISSEY and Miss MARY O'NEIL, both of Winterport.

Ellsworth, 16th, by the Rev. F. T. Hazlewood, GEORGE ABBOTT and Miss MARY C. MAYO, both of Ellsworth.

Trenton, 9th, JAMES S. FERNALD of Gouldsboro and Mrs. MAGGIE MARCYES of West Eden.

Ellsworth, Nov. 20, at the Congregational parsonage, by the Rev. S. Tenney, WILLIAM H. STANLEY and Miss ALICE A. CARTER, both of Surry.

Hancock, Nov. 12, by the Rev. Benjamin F. Fogg, JOHN D. MOON of Hancock to Miss ANGELIA M. JORDAN of Franklin.


Sullivan, Oct. 24, of typhus fever, MARY H., age 11 years, 7 months; Nov. 8, MARTHA H., age 8 years, 4 months; Nov. 18, JULIA H., age 13 years, 9 months -- all and only children of Eben H. and Eliza G. HILL.

NOVEMBER 29, 1867


Ellsworth, Nov. 25, by A. F. Burnham, Esq., ALEXANDER STARKEY and Miss ROSE ANN QUINN, both of Ellsworth.

Sanbornton, NH, Nov. 23, in Christ Church, by the Rev. Mr. Herrick, F. G. HAYNES of Andover, Mass. (formerly of Trenton, Me.) to Miss ADA, daughter of John FLETCHER, Esq. of Sanbornton, NH.

No deaths reported this issue.

DECEMBER 6, 1867


Franklin, Nov. 28, at the residence of the justice, BARZILLA WILLIAMS of Franklin and Miss RACHAEL S. BARTON of Sullivan, by S. A. Doyle, Esq.

Orland, Nov. 28, by J. C. Condon, Esq., Capt. DAVID S. GOTT to Miss EMMA S. GRAY, both of Orland.

Orland, Nov. 28, by the Rev. A. K. P. Small, JONES P. VEAZIE, Esq. and Miss SUSAN B. TOWNSEND, both of Bangor.

No deaths reported this issue.

DECEMBER 13, 1867


Ellsworth, Dec. 7, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, JOHN H. CHRISTIE and MARY A. GETCHELL, all of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Dec. 5, JOHN T. SALISBURY of Mt. Desert and Miss LILLINS HODGKINS of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Dec. 9, JOSHUA T. JELLISON and MARIA P. JELLISON, both of Ellsworth.

East Trenton, Nov. 2, by Rev. Wm. A. Durfee, at the residence of the bride's father, GEORGE W. YOUNG and Miss MYRA A. BRAGDON, both of East Trenton.

Tremont, Dec. 4, by Rev. B. F. Stinson, HORACE E. STANDLY and Miss MARY A. STANDLY, both of Tremont.

Tremont, 7th, at the residence of the justice, by Andrew Tarr, Esq., Capt. ISAAC MORROW and Miss SARAH E. GILLEY, both of Tremont.

Tremont, 8th, at the residence of the justice, by Andrew Tarr, Esq., Capt. J. A. FREEMAN of Tremont and Miss EMMA H. LELAND of Eden.


Ellsworth, Nov. 10, Mrs. CHRISTIANIA BROOKS, wife of Benjamin S. Brooks, age 47 years.

Franklin, 9th inst., after a protracted illness of 2 years, CHARLES DUDLEY WEST, adopted son of the Hon. John West, Esq., age 17 years.

DECEMBER 20, 1867


Ellsworth, Dec. 13, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, JOSEPH M. WHITMORE and Miss FANNY S. JORDAN, all of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, 12th, by Rev. F. T. Hazlewood, JOHN C. WILBUR of Eastbrook and Miss CHARLOTTE E. HOOPER of Franklin.

Wells, by the Rev. S. Bowker, JOHN E. GRANT, Esq. to Mrs. ANGELINE S. JOHNSON, both of Lowell, Mass.

Wells, Dec. 3, by the same, JAMES V. TIBBETS of Boston to Miss MARY E. LITTLEFIELD of Wells.

Bluehill, Dec. 9, by Rev. J. Eveleth, ELDREDGE BARTLETT of Mt. Desert and Miss CELESTIA A. CURTIS of Bluehill.

Tremont, Thanksgiving Eve, by Rev. D. S. Hubbard, SIMEON A. HOLDEN to Miss HANNAH A. VERRILL, both of Bass Harbor.

Sedgwick, Dec. 15, at the Hotel, by Rev. E. Pinkham, MELBURY PRENTISS FRIEND of Bluehill and Miss AMANDA R. BLAKE of Tremont.


Ellsworth, 13th inst., DANIEL C. HODGES, Esq., age 75 years, formerly of Taunton, Mass.

Ellsworth, 13th, very suddenly, NATHANIEL MILLIKEN, age 37 years.

Ellsworth, Mrs. MARGARETT MADOX, wife of Oliver Madox, age 73 years.

Trenton, Mrs. SUSAN A. SALSBURY, age 35 years, 6 months.

Trenton, Oct. 19, Mrs. LAURA KING, age 35 years, 8 days.

Surry, Oct. 20, WILLIAM YOUNG, age 62 years.

Mt. Desert, Mrs. ABIGAIL M. WALLS, age 20 years.

Eden, Oct. 11, Mrs. C. W. GOSS, age 32 years, 7 months.

Castine, Dec. 5, of typhoid fever, FRANCIS ANN COLLINS, daughter of John Collins, age 21 years.

DECEMBER 27, 1867


Ellsworth, 22nd, by the Rev. Dr. Tenney, WILLIAM S. GONLAN and Miss FANNY L. COOK, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, on Christmas Day, by the Rev. Dr. Tenney, JOHN BLACK, Esq. and Mrs. SARAH P. HINCKLY, all of Ellsworth.

Tremont, Dec. 19, by Rev. B. F. Stinson, Capt. JESSE H. PEASE of Rockland and Miss ALBERTINE E. HAYNES of Tremont.

New York, on Tues. evening, Dec. 17, by Rev. Dr. Scott, WILLIAM H. CHAUCY to Miss MARY A. BROWNE, daughter of the late William Browne, artist, formerly of London, England.

Eden, Dec. 23, by L. J. Thomas, Esq., WINSLOW N. HADLEY and Miss LEMIAH H. RICHARDSON, both of Eden.


Ellsworth, Dec. 10, at his residence, OLIVER MADDOX, Esq., age 79 years. His wife MARGARET died the Sunday preceding, age 74 years. Both had been ill for several months.

Cranberry Isle, 18th, IRA A., son of A. C. and Nancy L. FERNALD, age 2 months, 25 days.

Ellsworth, 23rd, Mrs. SUSAN A., daughter of Matthew and Eliza Jordan and wife of Capt. Edward SALISBURY, age 35 years.

Ellsworth, 18th inst., ENOCH PARTRIDGE, age 73 years.

JANUARY 3, 1868


Franklin, Dec. 31, by Rev. George D. Garland, CHARLES F. BUNKER and Miss SARAH PHE_SON[?], both of Franklin.

Tremont, Dec. 15, by L. B. Wyman, Esq., Capt. TIMOTHY G. LUNT and Miss MARTHA A. WALLS, both of Tremont.

West Eden, Dec. 20, by William T. Thomas, Esq., ENOS HADLEY and Miss MARY L. HIGGINS, both of Eden.

Franklin, Jan. 1, by Rev. George D. Garland, SAMUEL H. WHITTAKER and Mrs. SARAH E. CLARK, both of Franklin.

Tremont, Dec. 26, by Rev. B. F. Stinson, HENRY W. KING and Miss LUCY C. NEWMAN, both of Tremont.

Tremont, Dec. 31, by the same, CHARLES B. GILLEY and Miss CARRIE C. LANCASTER, both of Tremont.

Cranberry Isles, Christmas Eve, at the residence of the magistrate, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., FRANKLIN STANLEY and Miss ELMENIA GILLEY; also EPPS H. STANLEY and Miss MELINDA M. STANLEY, all of Cranberry Isles.


Ellsworth, 27th, ALBERT ROBINSON, 53 years, 10 months. Mr. Robinson has been a merchant in this village since 1850 and was highly esteemed.

Ellsworth, Dec. 22, NATHANIEL STANWOOD, age 77 years.

Tremont, Dec. 13, ELIAS RICH, age 93 years.

JANUARY 10, 1868


Ellsworth, Dec. 30, BENJAMIN C. SADLER and Miss JUSTINA BRIDGES, both of Ellsworth.

Bluehill, Dec. 24, by the Rev. J. F. Eveleth, OSCAR B. SNOWMAN of Bucksport and Miss ALICE E. ATHERTON of Bluehill.

Sullivan, Dec. 29, by the Rev. J. A. Plummer, ALPHEUS S. WOOSTER of Hancock and Miss ANNA S. TURNER of Sullivan.

Hancock, 2nd, by O. W. Young, Esq., AMBROSE MOORE and Miss CHARITY E. MERCER, both of Hancock.

Hancock, 5th, by Rev. E. Harding, THOMAS J. HODGKINS and Miss LOVINIA C. WOOSTER, daughter of Capt. J. Wooster, both of Hancock.


Ellsworth, 8th, JOHN FRENCH, age about 90 years. Mr. French was born in Genoa and entered the French army under Napoleon in his first battalion campaign as a drummer boy, and was in the army at the battle of Waterloo. He has lived in the family of the late Hon. Charles Jarvis for 35 years. His Italian name we do not learn; John French was the name he went by in this country.

Ellsworth, 4th, GEORGE YORK, age 68.

Ellsworth, 6th, A. J. KENNISTON, age 32 years.

Ellsworth, MARY S. BROWN, age 18 years, 8 months.

Trenton, [date unreadable], Deacon JOHN SPRINGER, age 80 years.

San Francisco, Calif., Dec. 9, of typhoid fever after a sickness of 3 weeks, GEORGE B. REMICK of Ellsworth, age 23 years.

JANUARY 17, 1868


Hancock, Jan. 5, by Rev. E. Harding, THOMAS F. HODGKINS and Miss LAMIRA C. WOOSTER, both of Hancock.

Hancock, Jan. 4, by the same, Capt. RICHMOND S. WOOTSER[?] and Miss AUGUSTA E. WOOSTER, both of Hancock.

Ellsworth, 11th, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, GEORGE S. OBER and Miss HANNAH A. STACKPOLE, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, by the same, 12th, R. J. LORD of Bluehill and Miss CARRIE J. McFARLAND of Ellsworth.

Orland, 12th, by Rev. George N. Marden, HOWARD G. CUMMINGS of Prospect and Miss MYRA M. BOWDEN of Orland.

Cranberry Isles, 14th, by Guilford T. Hadrock, Esq., JOSIAH Y. SPURLING and Miss FRANCES E. STEELE, all of Cranberry Isles.

No deaths reported this issue.

JANUARY 24, 1868


Ellsworth, Jan. 22, by the Rev. F. T. Hazlewood, MARCUS M. MORGAN and CLARA A. WASSON, both of Surry.

Mt. Desert, 19th, by B. T. Atherton, Esq., ALBERT L. BREWER of Mt. Desert and ABBIE M. MURPHY of Tremont.


Brooklin, 18th, MOSES HEATH, age 66 years.

JANUARY 31, 1868


Ellsworth, Jan. 25, JOSEPH M. McGOWN and Miss ELSIE J. CONARY.

Eden, 25th, by L. J. Thomas, Esq., EDWARD RINALDO of Eden and Miss ELIZA E. DOUGLASS of Trenton.

Tremont, 15th, by L. B. Wyman, Esq., JOHN ROBERSON to Miss MARIETTA ROBBINS, both of Tremont.


Cherryfield, 12th, very suddenly, Mrs. CELIA, wife of Ira O. SHAW of Cherryfield.

Bucksport, 16th, CHARLES P. CUNNINGHAM, age 22 years, 11 months.

Hancock, 12th, Mrs. BETSEY STRATTON, wife of Stephen Stratton.

Boston, Jan. 25, of gastric fever, JOHN S., son of Daniel S. and Lydia S. EMERY, age 1 year, 7 months, 25 days.

Oceanville (Deer Isle), Jan. 19, Mrs. ABIGAIL H., wife of the late Samuel WHITMORE, Esq., age 72 years, 1 month, 23 days.

FEBRUARY 7, 1868


Tremont, by Rev. B. F. Stinson, Feb. 4, Capt. BLOOMFIELD T. RICHARDSON of Mt. Desert and Miss MELISSA TRACY of Eden.

Tremont, Feb. 4, by the Rev. B. F. Stinson, JOSEPH CORSON and Mrs. LAURA McFARLAND, both of Mt. Desert.

Penobscot, Feb. 1, by Peleg G. Staples, Esq., HENRY MONTGOMERY and Mrs. LUCY A. MONTGOMERY, both of Penobscot.

Surry, Jan. 31, by Eld. C. H. Leverton, EUGENE H. TREWORGY and Miss JULIA A. MILLIKEN, both of Surry.


West Ellsworth, Jan. 9, Mr. LILBEUS SMITH, age 57 years.

Trenton, ELLEN J. HUCKINGS, age 15 years.

Bluehill, Jan. 14, STILLMAN J., son of Theodore STEVENS, age 16 years.

Bluehill, Jan. 25, Mrs. MEHITABEL P., wife of Ingleson McINTYRE, age 44 years. She died of a tumor which, after her death, was removed and found to weigh 35 lbs.

Gouldsboro, Feb. 1, after a lingering illness, RUFUS K. HILL, age 45.

FEBRUARY 14, 1868


Bangor, Sep. 11, by Rev. J. B. Gould, JOHN H. BENNETT of Hancock and Miss ANNIE McLAY of Bury County, C. E.

Hancock, Jan. 28, by the Rev. R. Y. Watson, FRANCIS M. WATSON AND Miss GEORGIE E. WOOSTER, both of Hancock.

Cranberry Isles, Feb. 1, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., ALBERT K. DOLIVER and Miss CLARA A. WASGATT, all of Tremont.

Franklin, Feb. 10, by Rev. George D. Garland, AUGUSTUS N. GOOGING of Hancock to Miss ORPHENIA SMYTH of Franklin.


Ellsworth, Feb. 9, JAMES BROWN, age 60 years; also WILLIAM TURNER, age 60.

FEBRUARY 21, 1868


Bangor, Feb. 11, by Rev. J. B. Gould, Capt. JOHN H. BENNETT of Hancock and Miss ANNIE McLAY of Bury, Compton County, C. E.

Brooklin, 15th, by E. Pinkham, WALLACE C. YOUNG and Miss ABBIE C. CARTER, both of Bluehill.


Sullivan, after a lingering illness, RICHARD F. DOWNING, age 74 years.

Trenton, MARY, widow of the late Deacon Heard LORD, age 82 years.

FEBRUARY 28, 1868


Ellsworth, Feb. 19, JAMES H. GUPTILL and Miss ANNIE A. CARLISLE, both of Orland.

Bluehill, Feb. 19, by Rev. J. F. Eveleth, HENRY B. DARLING and Miss LOUISA B. WALKER, both of Bluehill.

Gouldsboro, Feb. 25, by Fred T. Kingsley, Esq., CHARLES SMITH of Gouldsboro to OLIVE E. LISCOMB of Eden.


Gouldsboro, Jan. 23, after a brief illness, Mrs. SALLIE MOORE, age 83 years. The deceased, although she had attained the ripe old age of nearly 84, was still active and vigorous, retaining full possession of her faculties.

Penobscot, Feb. 8, of consumption, ANNIE G., wife of Capt. E. R. BOWDEN, age 28 years, 8 months, 10 days. Her orphaned boy of 3 years has lost an excellent mother.

Mt. Desert, Feb. 21, Mrs. SUSAN REED, age 66 years.

West Trenton, Feb. 25, NANCY E., daughter of Nahum and Julia A. JORDAN, age 16 years, 10 months, 7 days.

MARCH 6, 1868


Orland, Feb. 23, by J. S. Condon, Esq., GEORGE D. BOWDEN to Miss CLARA F. DORR, both of Orland.

Tremont, by Rev. B. F. Stinson, AMBROSE T. GOTT and Miss DORCAS A. MURPHY, both of Tremont.

No deaths reported this issue.

MARCH 13, 1868


Ellsworth, Feb. 21, by Rev. S. Tenney, EUGENE MORANG and Miss JULIA A. WOODARD, both of Ellsworth.

Ellsworth, Feb. 27, by the same, CALVIN BERRY of Hancock and Mrs. MARTHA J. HODGKINS of Trenton.

Ellsworth, Mar. 7, by the same, JOSEPH B. MASON of Ellsworth and Miss MARY J. MASON of Mt. Desert.

Orland, 4th, by Rev. George N. Marden, ISAAC FAIRBROTHER of Hartland and Miss DRUSIA P. OAKS of Orland.


Ellsworth, Mar. 2, SUSAN DAVIS, age 41 years.

Bucksport, Mar. 2, JAMES CUNNINGHAM, age 8 years.

Cranberry Isles, Mar. 4, HENRY H. STANLEY, age 36 years, 2 months, 14 days.

MARCH 20, 1868


Brooklin, 11th, by Rev. E. Pinkham, SAMUEL CROCKER and Miss MELINDA TURNER, both of Brooklin.

Ellsworth, 11th, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. Dr. Tenney, LORING W. JOY and Miss SARAH A. CONWAY, both of Ellsworth.

Mt. Desert, Mar. 13, by B. T. Atherton, Esq., Capt. JOHN W. HODGDON and Miss MARY L. GOTT, both of Mt. Desert.


Mrs. SARAH FANNY WASSON, wife of Capt. William Wasson of West Brooksville, died by her own hand Feb. 20, age 32 years. For several months, her friends had witnessed painful evidence of failing health so affecting the brain as to cause mental aberation. Eight years ago she professed Christ and became a member of the Congregational Church of which the undersigned is pastor. She was a devoted teacher in the Sabbath School and an efficient member of the choir, having charge of the instrument of music. She loved the prayer meeting and all the ordinance of the Gospel. I send this humble tribute to correct any incorrect impressions that may have been made by ambiguous indefinite statement that have been published. I have long been fully acquainted with Mrs. Wasson and can testify to the beauty and decision of her Christian life. [No signature for narrative.]

MARCH 27, 1868


Ellsworth, Mar. 24, by Rev. S. Tenney, WARREN DAY and Miss ALBINA L. JORDAN, both of Ellsworth.

Tremont, Jan. 4, UDOLPH N. MILLIKEN and Miss NANCY J. SPRAGUE, both of Tremont.

Bluehill, Mar. 9, by Rev. J. F. Eveleth, CHARLES A. CANDAGE and Miss EMMA G. VARNUM, both of Surry.

Bluehill, Mar. 20, by the same, BYRON WEBSTER of Verona and Miss ABBY C. CARTER of Bluehill.


Ellsworth, Mar. 15, LIZZIE E., infant daughter of Capt. L. T. and Henrietta REMICK, age 6 weeks.

Bluehill, Feb. 25, Mrs. ALMA STEVENS, age 18 years.

Bangor, on the morning of the 23rd, of congestion of the lungs, Rev. GEORGE SHEPARD, D.D., Professor of Sacred Rhetoritic and Pastoral Duties at the Bangor Theological Seminary, age 63 years.

Island Pond, Vt., 24th, of consumption, Mrs. LAURA A., wife of S. A. HAYNES, Esq., formerly of Norway, Me., age 35 years.

West Gouldsboro, 18th, Mrs. CLARISSA, wife of Bracy S. HILL, Esq., age 70 years, 8 months.

APRIL 3, 1868


Ellsworth, Mar. 28, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. S. Tenney, GEORGE A. THOMPSON of Orland and Miss VYRA L. HOOPER of West Ellsworth.

Sedgwick, Mar. 26, by L. G. Philbrook, Esq., ANGUS HENDERSON of Bluehill and Miss FANNIE B. GRAY of Brooksville.


Bucksport, Mar. 19, Mrs. CATHERINE G. SNOW, age 67 years, 19 months, 15 days.

Sullivan, Mar. 25, Mrs. LOUISA, widow of the late Green HILL, age 71 years, 7 months.

West Gouldsboro, Mar. 13, ESTHER J. BUNKER, age 19 years.

APRIL 10, 1868


Eden, Apr. 5, by L. J. Thomas, Esq., SIMEON H. RICHARDS and Miss HENRIETTA S. WASGATT.

No deaths reported this issue.

APRIL 17, 1868


Trenton, Apr. 10, by Rev. J. W. Savage, CARLTON M. AUSTIN and Miss ABBIE E. McFARLAND, both of Trenton.

Sedgwick, Apr. 4, by L. G. Philbrook, Esq., NELSON J. CARTER of Bluehill and Miss ELLEN H. CARTER of Surry.

Tremont, Nov. 28, 1867, by the Rev. D. S. Hibbard, SIMEON A. HOLDEN to HANNAH A. VERRILL, both of Tremont.

Tremont, Feb. 29, by the same, JAMES F. ROSS to LUCY V. COUSINS, both of Tremont.

Tremont, Mar. 9, by the same, OSCAR A. RICHARDSON to LUCY M. SPEAR, both of Tremont.

Cranberry Isles, Apr. 13, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., ABRAM R. STANLEY and Miss HATTIE M. ELLIS, all of Cranberry Isles.

Ellsworth, Apr. 15, by Rev. F. T. Hazlewood, A. J. COX of Portland and Miss ROSALIE MARSH of Amherst.


New York City, 13th, ROBERT GRANT, a native of Ellsworth, age 58 years, 8 months.

Ellsworth, 12th, HENRY ROLLINS, age 40 years, 11 months.

Brooklyn, N.Y., 8th, Miss MARY W. SMITH, daughter of Walter J. Smith, formerly of Ellsworth, age 21 years. Her remains were brought here for interment.

Cranberry Isles, Apr. 8, ADA AUGUSTA, daughter of William P. and Hannah BUNKER, age 1 year, 9 months, 28 days.

APRIL 24, 1868


Bangor, Apr. 16, by the Rev. Daniel Goodwin, WILLIAM L. ELDREDGE and Miss ANNIE E. RANLETT, formerly of Aiken, S.C.

Orland, Mar. 18, by J. S. Conden, Esq., WILLIAM B. PERRY and Miss FRANCES M. SOPER, both of Orland.

Amherst, Apr. 12, by A. Backus, Esq., FRANCIS GROVER and Miss SARAH A. SUMNER, both of Amherst.

Cranberry Isles, Apr. 20, by A. C. Fernald, Esq., JAMES WALLS and Miss JOSEPHINE SMITH, both of Mt. Desert.


Ellsworth, Apr. 2, CHARLES L. SARGENT, age 28 years, 9 months.

Bucksport (Long Pond), Apr. 13, of congestion of the lungs, JOHN B. BLOOD, Esq., age 64 years.

On the passage from Cienfuegos (Cuba) to New Orleans, Mar. 18, Capt. J. BUNKER of Gouldsboro, age 30 years. It is thought that his disease was not the yellow fever, as at first supposed. He had been ill a long time before sailing for Cienfuegos but concealed the fact from his relatives. He was buried at sea.

Sullivan, 14th, ISAAC RICHARDSON, age 72.