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Re: Chauncey C. Morse
Posted by: Albert (ID *****0757) Date: February 25, 2011 at 13:59:49
In Reply to: Chauncey C. Morse by Melody A. Roswell of 584

Hello. I found these four notices at this site: http://news2.nnyln.net/lewis-county/search.html

These appear to be the people you are looking for.

Lewis County Democrat
Feb 7, 1883
The golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Morse, of Martinsburgh, was celebrated last Friday, and a large number of the friends of the happy couple were present. The presents were liberal and the pleasant rememberances of the past were vividly portrayed by some of the older among the guests. Mr. Morse, then a widower, married his present wife, Lydia Rice, of Evans Mills, fifty years ago. He was a former partner of Mr. Levi Hough, when business was better than it is at present in Martinsburgh, and the citizens have ever held the aged couple in great esteem. The occasion was one of surprise and delight to all who participated.

Lowville NY Journal & Republican
May 1, 1884
Martinsburg
Alexander Morse, son of Chauncey Morse is spending a few days with his parents and friends in the vicinity.

Lowville NY Journal & Republican of
Thursday, Sep 18, 1884
Mrs Chauncey Morse died in Martinsburg, Tuesday, aged 81 years

Lowville NY Journal & Republican
Thursday, April 2, 1885.
Martinsburg
Chauncey Morse, an aged citizen of Martinsburg, died this morning. He was not far from 87 years.
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