|IANSON, Guerdon McGoey
||McGoey Ianson, son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ianson, died Jan. 23,
1909, age 20 months.
||Robert Ianson of Borie & Edith Rennells of Coudersport married
Nov. 27, 1905 in Coudersport.
||Theodore Ianson of Borie died Feb. 10, 1913.
|INGLAND, D. Harry
||D. Harry Ingland died Dec. 18, 1913 at Coudersport, age 43 years.
Survived by wife and 5 children. Buried in Eulalia cemetery.
|IRELAND, W. H. H.
||W. H. H. Ireland of Austin died Aug. 9, 1910, age 69 years. Survived
by a son, C. E. Ireland.
|IRVING, Chester Lee
||Miss Anna Louise Coon of Coudersport & Chester Lee Irving of Shinglehouse,
mar. Nov. 2, 1927 at Olean, NY
|IRWIN, Willard G.
||Willard G. Irwin of Cross Fork & Miss Luie J. Holcomb of Coudersport
married Oct. 11, 1899.
|IVES, Flora May
||Harry Clark & Miss Flora May Ives, both of Austin, PA, mar. June
27, 1890 at Olean, NY
||James Ives of West Pike died Jan. 21, 1916, age 87 years last
May. Survived by wife and children: Mrs. Lydia Tubbs of Loucks Mills,
Mrs, Orpha Woodard of Ulysses, Riley Ives of West Pike and Risel
Ives who lives in the West.
||Nathaniel L. Dike & Miss Mary Ives, daughter of Hon. Timothy Ives,
married Aug. 17, 1843.
|JACKLIN, C. F.
||C. F. Jacklin, well known in Galeton was killed at Mt. Jewett
last Friday on the R. R.
|JACKLIN, C. F.
||Miss Lydia J. Burleson & Mr. C. F. Jacklin, both of Sylvania Twp.
Mar. Feb. 26, 1874.
||Ward Jacklin, an old resident of Borie, died Feb. 10, 1909, age
72 years & 7 months. Survived by wife and a son, Austin who lives
in the state of Washington.
||Kent Butterworth & Miss Minnie Jackman married June 30, 1903,
at the home of her mother, Mrs. William Lyman.
||Andrew Jackson & Miss Mary Mills, both of Coudersport, married
Oct. 1, 1855 at Coudersport.
|JACKSON, Charles B.
||Charles B. Jackson died at his home in Marshlands February 21st
. He was born in Chemung County, NY. October 29, 1854. In
1882 he married Jessie K. Duell of Shippen, Pa. who survives with
3 children: Mrs. Kathryn Schambacher of Canisteo, Mrs. Pearl Williams
and Bernice of Marshlands, also 3 brothers; Wallace of Marshlands,
John L. & Peter E. of Wellsboro. Buried at Wellsboro.
|JACKSON, Deborah (Crum)
||Mrs. Deborah Jackson of Ulysses died April 4, 1912, age 83 years.
Her husband, Daniel Jackson died 8 years ago. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. G. W. Burt, a son, O. D. Jackson of Ulysses, a brother, James
Crum of Bingham & a sister, Mrs. Abbie Johnson of St. Joseph, Mich.
|JACKSON, Eda C.
||George Burt of Ulysses & Miss Eda C. Jackson of Bingham, mar.
Feb. 28, 1874 at Wellsville, NY
||J. H. Burr & Mirriam Jackson, both of Port Allegany, mar. Feb.
18, 1878 in Coudersport.
|JACKSON, Thomas D.
||Miss Amelia Brown & Thomas D. Jackson married Apr. 15, 1908 at
the home of Mrs. Philip Curtis in Coudersport.
|JACKSON, W. B.
||W. B. Jackson of Newfield, died Oct. 26, 1917. Survived by wife
and one child; 1 brother, O. B. Jackson of Borie & 2 sisters: Mrs.
A. G. Lyman & Mrs. Joseph Watson.
|JACKSON, W. G.
||Miss Mae Carpenter & W. G. Jackson of Ulysses, mar. May 26, 1897.
|JACKSON, William T.
||William T. Jackson of Bradford died March 1, 1918; formerly lived
in Potter County; born April 25, 1832 in Owego, NY. Married Miss
Anna B. Suhr.
||Andrew Jacobs, Civil War veteran of Sharon Twp., died Sept. 24,
1920 at the home of his son, C. B. Jacobs at East Sharon; born Feb.
13, 1828 in Middleburgh, NY. Married June 22, 1856 to Louisa Reynolds
of Portage, NY who died in 1902. Buried beside his wife & daughter
in the cemetery at Sharon Center.
||John Jacobs of Sweden died Nov. 10, 1916; born Dec. 25, 1844 in
Tompkins Co. NY. Came to Ulysses with his parents when he was 18.
Survived by wife and children: Francis of Sweden, Edgar & Thomas
of Gaffney, Edwin & Mrs. Flora Knight of Coudersport. Buried in
Sweden Hill cemetery.
||Leon Jacobs & Miss Dorothy Newton, both of Coudersport, married
July 3, 1919 at Belmont, NY
|JACOBS, Louisa (Reynolds)
||Mrs. Andrew Jacobs of Sharon Centre died July 25, 1902; born in
Wyoming Co. NY 69 years ago. Had lived there for 50 years. Survived
by husband, a son, Charles of East Sharon and a daughter, Mrs. Kate
A. Reynolds at home. Buried at Sharon Centre.
|JACOBUS, D. Bryan
||D. Bryan Jacobus of Roulet & Nellie White, daughter of Clark White
of Crosby, married Aug. 23, 1899.
|JAMES, Dora Belle
||Dora Belle James, only daughter of Mr. & Mrs. H. J. James of Sunderlinville,
died Aug. 14, 1903, age 14-1-3. Buried in Parker cemetery.
||Henry James, Civil War veteran of Andrews Settlement, died July
29, 1912, age 68 years. Survived by 1 son, Leonard & 3 daughters:
Mrs. R. L. Porter of Shinglehouse, Mrs. F.A. Palmatier of Colesburg,
Mrs. Edward Green of Kiefer, Okla., 1 step-daughter, Mrs. Helen
James of Andrew Settlement, a step-son, D. E. Goodenough of Colesburg;
1 sister, Mrs. Jane Estes of EIllisburg & 3 brothers: G. W. James
of Andrew Settlement, Joseph James of Washington, D.C. & Charles
James of Newark, NJ. Mrs. James died about a year and a half ago.
||Mrs. Jeannette James of Andrews Settlement, died Jan. 26, 1911.
||Miss Belle Dunham of Owego, NY & Joe James of Coudersport, married
Apr. 22, 1874.
||Miss Ruth Jandrew of Shinglehouse & J.C. Miller of Pleasant Valley,
married Nov. 30, 1914.
||William Jeffries of South Woods died Aug. 12, 1902. Survived by
a girl age 14 and 2 sons younger. Buried in Inez cemetery.
||C. Edward Lyons of Coudersport & Miss Edith Jenkins of Roulet,
married Sept. 30, 1916.
||Miss Ruby Jenkins of Roulet & Fred J. Huerta of Detroit, Mich.
Married Aug. --, 1917.
||Mr. Jennings and wife received a present of a boy three or four
weeks ago. It was laid on their door step in the evening.
|JINKS, Mrs. Lydia J. Daniels
||Mrs. Lydia J. Daniels Jinks of Ulysses & Truman Kibbe of North
Bingham, married Feb. 18, 1885 at Gold.
|JIONES, Rosa A.
||George F. DeGroat & Miss Rosa A. Jones, both of West Bingham,
PA, married Apr. 30, 1895.
||Miss Anna Joerg died July 27, 1911 at Germania; born in Belleville,
Ill. 65 years ago.
|JOERG, Clara (Hamilton)
||Mrs. Martin Joerg of Coudersport died April 30, 1915. Clara Hamilton
Joerg was born July 31, 1847 in Coudersport. Married Dec. 1, 1879
to Martin Joerg of Oleona, who died 2 years ago. She was the mother
of 3 children: Mrs. Laura Harvey of Coudersport, Walter Joerg of
Olean and Rudolph who met death by drowning.
|JOERG, Edward, Dr.
||Dr. Edward Joerg died May 28, 1903 at Coudersport; born near Havana,
Cuba, Feb. 15, 1842
||Herman Joerg of Brooklyn, died April 15, 1914. Survived by wife,
a son & a daughter; also 3 sisters in Tampa, Florida.
|JOERG, Laura T.
||Laura T. Joerg, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Martin Joerg of Coudersport
& Ivins Harvey, formerly of Philadelphia, married Dec. 27, 1903.
||Martin Joerg of Coudersport died Jan. 16, 1913; born in Belleville,
Ill. Nov. 10, 1852. Married in 1879 to Clara Hamilton. Survived
by wife, a son, Walter and a daughter, Mrs. Laura Harvey. A son,
Rudolph was drowned 2 years ago.
|JOERG, Martin Rudolph
||Rudolph Joerg drowned Aug. 13, 1911 at Carlton Place, Ottawa.
Survived by parents, a brother, Walter and a sister, Mrs. Laura
|JOERG, Mary Agatha (Belot)
||Mrs. Mary Agatha (Belot) Joerg, mother of Martin Joerg of Coudersport,
died Oct. --, 1908 at Athens, Georgia; born July 3, 1822 in Havana,
Cuba. She was the mother of 8 children: Rudolph, who died in 1873
at Shreveport, LA, Edward, the oldest, died in 1903 at Coudersport;
Mrs. Louisa Knispel of Bonneterre, Mo.; Annie of Atlanta, Ga; Theressa
& Gertrude of Athens, Ga.; Martin of Coudersport and Herman of Brooklyn.
||Miss Teresa Joerg of Tampa, Florida, died Dec. 22, 1915, age 65
years. Survived by one sister, Miss Gertrude Joerg.
|JOERG, Walter H.
||Miss Edith House & Walter H. Joerg, both of Coudersport, married
April 22, 1914.
|JOHNSON, A. W.
||A. W. Johnson of Roulet died May --, 1902. Survived by wife and
|JOHNSON, Abel R.
||Miss Lillian Wood, a teacher in Galeton High School, daughter
of Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Wood of Wellsboro and Abel R. Johnson of Delmar
were married at the home of the bride, June 25th . They will
live in Delmar.
|JOHNSON, Amos A.
||Amos A. Johnson, Civil War veteran of West Bingham died March
21, 1917 at an advanced age. Buried in Ulysses beside his wife who
died a few years ago.
||Glen Dickerson of Wellsville, NY & Miss Bernice R. Johnson of
Shinglehouse, married Dec. 25, 1924.
|JOHNSON, Carl B.
||Carl B. Johnson of Akron, Ohio & Jeanette O. Nelson, daughter
of John R. Nelson, married Oct. 3, 1906.
|JOHNSON, Charles Berger
||Emma Victoria Nordquist and Charles Berger Johnson were married
in the home of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Lars Nordquist, #8 Elm Street
on July 2nd .
||Coleman Johnson of Sinnemahoning, died Sept. 4, 1903, age 80 years.
|JOHNSON, Gust E.
||Miss Anna G. E. Holstrom & Gust E. Johnson were married March
23rd  at the home of her parents Mr. & Mrs. John Holstrom
||Ray H. Hewitt of Eldred, PA, and Miss Helen Johnson of Addison,
NY, were married in the Presbyterian Manse.
||Delos Blauvelt of Ayres Hill & Miss Hettie Johnson, mar. Jan.
||Clyde .C. Mitchell of Sweden Valley & Miss Ida Johnson of Canisteo,
NY, married Nov. 24, 1919.
||MARRIED: In Harrison, Sunday evening, Nov. 24, 1867 by N. V. Gill,
Esq., Mr. Lyman J. Jones, Esq. and Miss Jennie Johnson.
||Lillian Johnston & Arthur Bitler, both of Coudersport, married
Nov. --, 1917.
|JOHNSON, Lillian (Yentzer)
||Mrs. Lillian Yentzer Johnson, wife of Edward Johnson, died Dec.
23, 1900, age 20 years. She was the youngest daughter of Mrs. Annie
Yentzer. Two baby girls were born in August who have since died.
|JOHNSON, Lucien B.
||Lucien B. Johnson died March 28, 1920 at Austin; born Oct. 7,
1841 at Troy, Bradford Co. PA. Married Mary Augusta Williams of
Logue. They had 4 daughters: Lottie, Grace, Kittie and Jessie. Survived
by wife and 3 daughters: Mrs. Grace Austin & Miss Jessie Johnson
of Austin and Mrs. Lottie Taynes of Sinnemahoning. Buried in Brook's
cemetery at Wharton.
||Mrs. Mary Johnson of Coudersport died April 4, 1911, age 69 years.
She was the oldest sister of Mrs. Daniel Monroe. Lived at Ansonia
until her husband died. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. John Harmon
of Oklahoma; also 5 sisters: Mrs. Daniel Monroe of Coudersport,
Mrs. Caroline Herritt of Corning, Mrs. Robert Bull of Bath, Mrs.
William Graves of Kanoma, NY, and Mrs. Juliette Herritt of Clinton
Co. She lived with her grandson, Edgar Matttison in Coudersport.
||Miss Winifred Glasby & Nate Johnson of Spartensburg, PA, married
June 12, 1907.
||Charles Herrick & Miss Nora Johnson, both of Shinglehouse, married
Oct. --, 1907.
||Miss Doris Boyd & Ralph Johnson married Apr. 4, 1931.
||Vine Johnson, Civil War veteran of Harrison Valley, died Feb.
3, 1920; born Feb. 29, 1832. Married 1st to Miss Elvira Neal, who
died 28 years ago. They had 4 children: Chester T. of Westfield,
Minnie B. (Mrs. J. Y. Hoffman) of Mills, Mrs. Matye Lewis & Elton
N., of Harrison Valley. Married 26 years ago to Mrs. Melinda Wagner
Stewart who survives. Buried at Mills.
||Miss Mary Burley, daughter of D. P. Burley of Harrison, PA & Warren
Johnson, mar. May 3, 1873 at Lewisville.
|JOHNSTON, Anna M.
||Charles W. Briesenick, M.D. of North Wharton & Miss Anna M. Johnston
of Coudersport, mar. June 4, 1883 at Olmsted Station.
||James Johnston, Civil War veteran of Coudersport, died Oct. 29,
1915; born in 1843 at Hobart, Delaware Co. NY. Married to Miss Mary
Calkins. Two children are deceased. Survived by wife and children:
Mrs. Emma Angevine, Mrs. Lizzie Higgins, Mahlon, Irvin, Laurant
and Lillian. Buried in Eulalia cemetery.
||Laurant Johnston of Coudersport & Miss Marie Kohler of Johnsonburg,
married March --, 1915.
|JOHNSTONE, Fanny E.
||William Dent of Brookland, PA & Fanny E. Johnstone of Baltimore,
Md., married June 9, 1874 in Baltimore.
|JONES, Archibald, F.
||Archibald F. Jones & Miss Katherine McCormick, both of Coudersport,
married June 21, 1911 at North Towanda, PA.
|JONES, Clarissa (Keeler)
||Mrs. Clarissa Jones of Coudersport died Aug. 31, 1906, age 85
years. Her parents came from Conn. where she was born. They first
settled at Owego, NY for a short time, moving from there to Potter
County. Her first husband, James Haskins, was killed and several
years later she married Abraham Jones of Owego, NY who died in 1890.
Survived by her sister, Mrs. Fanny Jones of Costello.
||David Jones, formerly of Wharton, died Aug. 11, 1910 at Arkport,
Kansas where he and his son went 3 years ago; born May 21, 1853
in Potter County; buried at Springfield, Seward Co. Kansas. Survived
by 2 children: John W. and Clara Jones of Costello; 2 sisters: Mrs.
Mary Williams of Logue and Mrs. Flora Moore of Costello; 1 brother,
Abram Jones of Coudersport; also, his mother, Mrs. Fannie Jones
|JONES, Edwin A.
||Edwin A. Jones, brother of the late Hon. Charles S. Jones, died
March 29, 1900 at Clinton, Conn., age 74 years. His wife died March
||Mrs. Fannie Jones died April 17, 1914 at the home of her granddaughter,
Clara Jones, near Costello. She was the mother of Abram Jones of
Coudersport and was 88 years old.
|JONES, Fannie (Holman)
||Mrs. Fannie Holman Jones, mother of Dr. R. H. & Arch F. Jones,
died Jan. 6, 1916, age 76 years. She was the widow of Hon. William
||Frank Jones who lived on the Olstead farm between Brookland and
West Pike, was found dead on the barn floor with two bullet wounds
in his head Monday [9-29-1913]. Mystery shrouds his death, he was
addicted to the use of morphine and had purchased a revolver a week
previous. It was thought the wounds were not self inflected.
|JONES, Glenn Wallace
||Miss Isabelle MacDonald, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. David R. C. MacDonald
was married to Glenn Wallace Jones, son of Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Jones
of Wellsville, NY, on Monday (July 8, 1923) at the St Johns Episcopal
Church in Wellsville.
|JONES, Harold A.
||Harold A. Jones & Joyce Cornell Matteson, both of Coudersport,
married April 27, 1918.
||Harriet Jones of Port Allegany & Leon H. Klein of Roulet, married
May 9, 1916 in Coudersport.
||Seth Drake of Sharon Center & Miss Kate Jones, daughter of Anthony
Jones, married Oct. 1, 1867, at Clara, PA
||Miss Katherine Jones of Coudersport, died Aug. 18, 1906. Survived
by 3 sisters: Elizabeth & Jennie Jones and Mrs. E. H. Ashcraft,
all of Coudersport.
|JONES, Lyman J.
||MARRIED: In Harrison, Sunday evening, Nov. 24, 1867 by N. V. Gill,
Esq., Mr. Lyman J. Jones, Esq. and Miss Jennie Johnson.
||Mrs. Maria Jones of Coudersport died May 31, 1904, age 78 years.
Came to Coudersport in 1848 as a bride of Charles S. Jones. Their
3 children died before their father; Mary, Frank and Storrs. Survived
by 1 sister & 3 brothers.
|JONES, Mary Ann (Ross)
||Mrs. Mary Ross Jones of Coudersport died May 23, 1920. Mary Ann
Ross was born Aug. 12, 1830 in Coudersport. Married in 1848 to Capt.
Archibald P. Jones who died in 1879. They had 1 son, William Knight
Jones who was the father of Attorney Archibald F. Jones & Dr. Ross
||Myrtle Jones, daughter of Mrs. Addie Jones of Coudersport, died
Dec. 12, 1910, age 11 years.
||Leroy Crittenden of Stewardson Twp. & Miss Nancy Jones of Coudersport,
mar. Oct. 13, 1864.
|JONES, Ross H., Dr.
||Dr. Ross H Jones of Coudersport & Miss Agnes Wilson of Little
Marsh, Pa. married April 3, 1903.
||Sam Jones, Civil War veteran of East Sharon died March --, 1907,
age 80 years.
|JONES, V. R.
||Rev. V. R. Jones, a Methodist minister was found dead on Tuesday
[9-23-1913] in the Y.M.C.A swimming pool at Scranton, PA. Rev. Jones
had married a daughter of Francis Wood several years ago and had
gone to China as a missionary.
||Vern Jones & Miss Hattie English, both of Mills, married Dec.
||Virgil Jones died Oct. 22, 1899 at Nelson Run, Pa., age 72-9-21.
Survived by wife and children.
|JONES, William K.
||William K. Jones died Feb. 3, 1900 in Syracuse, NY; born June
22, 1849, only child of Arch F. & Mary Ross Jones. Married Miss
Fannie Holman who survives with 2 sons, Arch F. & Ross H. Jones.
||Mrs. Abigail Jones died Dec. 9, 1912 at the home of her adopted
daughter, Mrs. Bert Thompson on Crandall Hill., age 80 years. Buried
at Jamestown, NY, her former home beside her husband who died 10
||Mrs. Annice Jordan died March 17, 1917 at Bolivar, NY Married
1st. in 1874 to Leroy L. Moore. They had 4 children: Mrs. Nellie
A. Peckham of Bolivar, NY, Fred J. Moore of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Frank L. Moore of Raymond & James C. Moore of Bolivar. Her husband
died in 1897 and in 1900 she was married to Henry Rogers who died
in 1901. Married 3rd. in 1904 to Oliver B. Jordan who survives her.
||Clarence Jordan of Raymond & Miss Ida Morley of Gold, married
Sept. 16, 1908.
|JORDAN, Daniel Pardon
||D. P. Jordan, an aged man of Sartwell Creek, died July 15, 1900,
age 75 years.
||Harry Martin Glassmire & Miss Jeannette Jordan married Nov. 27,
|JORDAN, John S.
||Miss Annie A. Byam of Potter Co. & John S. Jordan of Cameron Co.,
mar. Sept. 6, 1874.
|JORDAN, Mary (Berfield)
||Mary Jordan, wife of A. R. Jordan, died Aug. 11, 1899. Mary Berfield
Aunt Polly was a sister of John Berfield and was 84 years 11 months
old. Buried at Moores Run beside her husband.
||Orlo Jordan & Miss Bessie Nelson, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. F.B.
Nelson, married Sept. 26, 1910.
||Martin Jorge, postmaster at Coudersport died on Saturday [1-11-1913].
He was one of the pioneers of the county, his parents locating at
Leona in the early 50ís.
|JOSEPH, Charles E.
||Miss Fannie Dunbar of Lewisville & Charles E. Joseph of Brookfield,
married Aug. 25, 1881.
|JOSEPH, Mrs. Ansel
||Mrs. Ansel Joseph of Burtville died Jan. --, 1905.
||John Clark of Port Allegany & Miss Sarah Joseph of Sartwell Creek,
mar. Jan. 14, 1887.
||Louis Joslin & Miss Cora Stroup, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Robert
Stroup, married Oct. 23, 1909.
|JUDD, ? (Dickinson)
||Mrs. John M Judd, nee Dickinson, of Emporium, died Nov. 1, 1916.
||Helen Judd & Forest McConnell, both of Harrison Valley, married
Jan. 1, 1918.
|JUNGE, Herman D.
||Herman D. Junge of Warren & M. Mabel Palmatier, daughter of Mr.
& Mrs. A. C. Palmatier, married Feb. 1, 1905.