At the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. James Cardwell, of Cooper street, Taylor, yesterday at 9:30 o’clock occurred the marriage of Miss E. Helen Cardwell and Howard R. Doty, a prominent young man of New York. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E.P. [sic] Doty, father of the bridegroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Doty left on the 10:30 a.m. Lackawanna train for an extended tour among the Catskills. They will make their home in Jersey City. N.J.
Source: Scranton Republican, June 26, 1912.
Miss Lillie Doty, of Talmadge Hill spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. R.T. Shipman. (Van Ettenville Valley Breeze, May 11, 1905)
W.R. Rorick, of Sadler, Huddleston & Co., East Buffalo, N.Y., was also with us yesterday and met many old friends and associates. (Detroit Free Press, May 12, 1905)
Charley Armstrong is the champion wolf killer of this region. A few days ago he brought in seven of them. (Algona Advance, June 22, 1905)
Mrs. Alvin Holmes and son and Mrs. James Casterline are visiting the family of Rev. Frank Doty of Avoca. (Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, February 18, 1892)
Newton Frakes and E.V. McGrew, of Portland, have been visiting their old Perrydale home. (Salem Statesman Journal, August 12, 1892)
E.V. McGrew, of Victoria, has been on a visit to relatives at Perrydale. (Oregon Statesman, December 2, 1892)
Wat. Rorick went to Canandaigua, Mich. last Tuesday morning, to be gone about two months. He ordered the News to follow him so as to be posted on home happenings. (The Caldwell News, December 22, 1892)
The marriage of Miss Amy Gertrude Peet to Joseph E. Doty of Towanda, Pa., will take place today. After the wedding a reception will be held at the home of the bride’s parents, 673 Seventh street.
Source: Salt Lake Tribune, December 9, 1903.
SCIPIO—Twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Doty of Scipio was observed last week with a dance in Scipio amusement hall, with friends and relatives tendering gifts and congratulations.
Source: Salt Lake Telegram, February 2, 1939.
Gertrude Doty charges Joseph E. Doty with failing to provide for herself and baby in a suit for divorce brought in the district court. Divorce is asked also by Norma Fuller, who says R.E. Fuller has failed to provide the common necessities of life. A similar charge is made against Alfred H. Vickers by Agnes M. Vickers. Mrs. Rachel Cooley has received a divorce from James Cooley.
Source: Salt Lake Telegram, February 20, 1911.
WAVERLY, Nov. 2—Funeral services were held today for Mrs. Minnie Belles in the Laurel Hill Evangelical church in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. She was buried in Wilkes-Barre.
Mrs. Belles died Monday at the age of 68, after a short illness. She was formerly a resident of Barton, having moved to Wilkes-Barre from here about 30 years ago. She made frequent visits to Waverly, her last being last summer.
She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Louanna Stebbins of Lompac [sic], Cal., formerly of Waverly and Mrs. Carrie Ferris of Corning; and a brother, Joseph E. Doty of Scipio, Utah.
Harold and Ira VanNest [sic] of Waverly, nephews of Mrs. Belles, went to Wilkes-Barre yesterday.
Source: Sayre Evening Times, November 2, 1938.
The funeral of Mrs. Susan C. Drake, widow of Irving O. Drake, was conducted this morning at 9 o’clock from the family home, 98 Poplar street, Kingston. Interment was in Forty Fort Cemetery. Rev. James Y. Bryden, pastor of Dorranceton Baptist Church, assisted by Rev. Franklin P. Doty, an M.E. pastor, of Scranton, conducted the service. The former read “Nearer My God to Thee,” and “Crossing the Bar.”
The pall bearers, all relatives of the deceased, were: Harry Casterline, John Downing, Ray Rosencrance, Frank Casterline, S. Oscar Boughner and Ziba Casterline.
Source: Wilkes-Barre Times Leader Evening News, June 8, 1925.
Mrs. Amelius [sic] Doty, wife of Rev. F.P. Doty, died at her home, 622 Quincy ave., Scranton, yesterday afternoon, after an illness of two weeks,
Deceased was born in Barton, N.Y., sixty-five years ago, and was united in marriage to Rev. Mr. Doty, May 22, 1879. Mrs. Doty had ever been active in Christian in Christian work and proved a valuable helpmeet to her husband in all his ministerial life. Besides the societies in which she was engaged as a member, n [sic] church was engaged as a member, in church tary-treasurer [sic] of the Scranton District Methodist Preachers Wives Association.*
She is survived by her husband, one son, Howard R. Doty, of Philadelphia, and one daughter, Miss Edith of Scranton; also by one brother F.W. Harding, of Waverly, N.Y., and one grandson, Franklin Doty of Philadelphia. The funeral services will be held from the residence at two o’clock Friday afternoon. Rev. Dr. J.M.M. Gray, of Elm Park Church, will officiate.
Source: Pittston Gazette, August 13, 1924.
* This sentence has been transcribed as found.
After a life full of honor and faithful service performed, Rev. Franklin P. Doty has been called to the award of his devotion and loyalty to his mission.
Born in New Jersey eighty-one years ago, Mr. Doty became a Methodist minister fifty-six years ago; and for more than half a century held many pastorates in the Wyoming Conference, four of them in Scranton, and three others in localities near Scranton, ending before his retirement at the West Park Church.
As long as most people remember, Franklin P. Doty’s name has been synonymous with religion, the clergy, the Church of God; for his devotion, eloquence, lofty ideals, rare thoughtfulness. Few are the citizens who have been more widely known, few more beloved than the venerable preacher who has just passed away. His memory will be honored.
Source: Scranton Republican, April 5, 1933.