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Otsego Herald

January 9, 2014

The attack on Buffalo

(Continued)

MARRIED — In Kortright on the 22d ult., by elder Lake, Mr. John Burnside, of Maryland, to Mrs. Patty Johnson of the former place.

COMMENT: Abel Caulkins (b. Oct. 27, 1751, Norwich, CT) was married to Sarah Manning Avery (1755-1793) and the father of four children. He was a Lieutenant in the 2nd squadron, 5th NY Cavalry, as of 1809. Moses Ostrander (b. June 15, 1865, Hopewell, NY) was married to Claurey “Clarissa” Montfoort (1765-1846) and the father of 5 daughters and a son. He had served for 7 months during the Revolution as a Private, and was presumably a Major in the New York Militia. John Burnside (born Watervliet, NY, 1742, died Maryland, NY, July 28, 1819) had as his first wife Mary Hall (1752–1812) by whom he had 7 children. His second wife, Patty Johnson (1752-1821) was presumably a widow.

“Factory Notice.”

NOTICE is hereby given to all persons who wish to become Stockholders in the Woolen and Cotton Factory, at Todd’s Mills, that a meeting will be held at LEMUEL TODD’s on Tuesday the 11th inst, at one o’clock P.M. for the purpose of organizing a Company. Punctual attendance at the hour is expected. Jan.y 8, 1814.

COMMENT: Lemuel Todd was born Jan. 19, 1782 and died in Toddsville on June 23, 1851. He married on Mar. 1, 1804, Sarah Frink (1781-1856) of Springfield, Mass., and they had 8 children. Lemuel Todd and his father Jehiel Todd (1761-1843) had in 1809 built a Cotton Mill on Oaks Creek in what became known as Toddsville. It was one of many mills built along Oaks Creek before the Civil War.

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  • General Swift killed Ontario Repository, July 19, We have received ... orders ... announcing that on Tuesday evening, July 12, Brigadier General John Swift, of Palmyra, in this county, was killed in a most perfidious manner, by one of the enemy. The General had volunteered to reconnoiter the enemy's positions and works at Fort George, and took with him 120 men.

    July 24, 2014

  • American victories at Chippewa From an authentic source, we are happy to be able to state, that our army under the command of maj. gen. Brown, crossed from Buffalo to the Canada shore on the 3d of July inst. and that Fort Erie surrendered to our arms at 6 o'clock in the morning.

    July 17, 2014

  • Civil War breaks out in Haiti The Baltimore American (extra) of the 22d, contains translations from the Royal Gazette of Hayti of the 23d of March; being official details of the capture of Fort Sabourin, by the troops of Christophe, from those of Petion, in a report of the Prince of Limbe, minister of war and marine, having under him the Duke of l’Arbonila and Duke of Grand Reviere, and 8 battalions of troops.

    July 10, 2014

  • Sacket's Harbor saved Dispatch from Brigadier-General Brown, to the Secretary of War ... June 1, 1813. SIR--You will have received my dispatch of the 29th [May] written from the field of battle ... that this post had been attacked by Sir George Prevost, and that we had succeeded in repulsing him ...

    July 3, 2014

  • Attack on Wareham undertaken Wareham [near New Bedford], June 14.... Yesterday morning we were informed of the approach of the enemy, and at about eleven o'clock A.M. they landed at the village called the Narrows, with a flag. There were six barges containing two hundred and twenty men.

    June 26, 2014

  • Victory won at Sandy Creek "I have the honor to transmit herewith Major Appling's report of the gallant affair which took place yesterday morning between a detachment of the 1st Rifle Regiment and Oneida Indians under his command, and a detachment from the British fleet, consisting of sailors and marines commanded by Captain Popham of the Royal Navy.

    June 19, 2014

  • Downfall of Napoleon Boston, June 4, 1814: We are able to give in our paper to-day the history of another surprising revolution in France.

    June 12, 2014

  • New ferryboat speeds travel Progress of the arts -- For several days past, the new ferry boat, invented by Moses Rodgers, Esq. of this city, propelled by the draught of six horses, has been plying between this city and Brooklyn, a distance of three quarters of a mile.

    June 5, 2014

  • Jackson victorious in Creek War Despatch from Gen. Jackson to Tennessee Governor [Willie] Blount, [from] Camp at the junction of the Coosee and Talapoosie, April 18th, 1814.

    May 29, 2014

  • Passing out bibles The annual meeting of the Otsego County Bible Society, will be held at the Meeting-House in Cooperstown, on Thursday the 9th day of June next. A sermon will be delivered by the first Vice-President at half past ten o'clock A.M.

    May 22, 2014