Early Marriages

Franklin County, NY Marriages
Parmalee Collections

Carlisle - Colton

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Name Date Spouse

Notes

Carlisle, Mary

Mar. 25, 1836

George Taylor

he was a farmer from Malone ae 26; she was a hired servant from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Smith Clark (with whom Miss Carlisle had long resided), Horatio Powell, Benjamin Clark Jr., and David Winchester

Carole, Stephen

June __, 1840

Betsey Robb

he was a farmer from Malone ae 24; she was a domestic laborer from Belmont ae 19. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Robb, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, James Robb

Champlin, Thomas

Jan. 29, 1829

Minerva Fiber

both of Malone

Chapman, Edmund

Mar. 29, 1810

Polly Bailey

both of Malone

Chapman, Edmund

Oct. 31, 1816

Mary Davis

he was a widower (from Malone) and she was from Bangor

Chapman, Mary

Jul.__, 1852

(Ezekiel?) Lester

he was a farmer from Duane ae 45; she was ae 29 from Malone. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Sherburn Chapman, Miss Lester, Eugene Chapman, Miss Earl (note: this may Parmelee’s second recording of an earlier marriage. Much of his record was done in 1853, after the fact

Chapman, Mary D.

June 19, 1852

Ezekiel Lester

he was a widower from Duane ae 39; she was ae 26 from Malone. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Betsey and Mary Parmelee, and Benjamin Estabrooks

Chapman, Sarah A.

Dec. 25, 1853

Peter Hoose

he was a widower from Franklin ae 29; she was ae 24 from Malone. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Mr. Horace Chapman, Mrs. (Alma?)Chapman, mother of the bride (widow of Horace Chapman)Eugenie Chapman, Henry Coburn, Betsey and Mary Parmelee (this wedding is recorded twice)

Chase, Phebe

Feb. __, 1828

Cephas Watkins

both of Malone. The day of the month is missing in the original (still lived in Malone in 1860)

Cheney, Nathaniel

Dec. 31, 1834

Betsey Brown

he was a shoemaker from Malone ae 25; she was a domestic from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: Mrs. Brown (mother of the bride) Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Palmer, and Obediah T. Hosford

Child, Angelina

May __, 1817

John Cargin

he was from Malone, she was from Constable

Childs, Mrs. Sibille

Jul. 24, 1844

Joseph Pike

he was farmer from Chateaugay ae 33; she was a widow ae 38. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Sperry, Betsey and Mary Parmelee

Chipman, Luther

Dec. 25, 1814

Euseba Whipple

both of Malone (he died in 1861 in Livingston Co. MI)

Chipman, Sarah

Sep. 20, 1810

Ashley Stowers

both of Malone (she died before Dec. 18, 1814)

Churchill, Lucy

Jul. 5, 1812

Samuel Brigham

both of Malone

Clark, Charles J.

Aug. 4, 1842

Mary Ann Thompson

he was a merchant from Malone ae 23; she was ae 18 from Malone. Witnesses: Jonathan Thompson, Lucinda Thompson, Harry S. House , Lucy House, Benjamin Clark

Clark, Harriet

Dec. __, 1827

Dr. Russell R. Powell

both of Malone. The day of the month is missing in the original

Clark, Lucy

Jan. __, 1838

Harry House

he was a merchant from Malone ae 26; she was a house keeper from Malone ae 25. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. William King, Hon. Benjamin Clark and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. House Sr., all of Malone (someone has written in pencil on the original "December, 1837)

Clark, Mary

Feb. 18, 1834

Robert Lawrence

he was a clergyman from Moira ae 23; she was the daughter of Benjamin Clark of Malone, ae 22. They were cousins. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Clark, Dr. Russell Powell, Charles Clark

Clark, Mr. ___________

Mar. __, 1844

(not named)

he was 26, and they were both from Champlain, NY. They were maried at the house of a Mr. Leonard in the south part of Malone. No witnesses were named

Clark, Salmon

Sep. 3, 1825

Helen Saban

both of Malone (he died Jan. 9, 1892 ae 93 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery in Malone)

Clark, William B.

Nov. 29, 1860

Martha E. Merriam

he was from Chateaugay ae 23; she was from Malone ae 19. Married at William Merriam’s house in Malone before witnesses: Mr. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Merriam

Coburn, Lorenzo

Feb. 7, 1839

Sophronia Parmelee

he was the preceptor of Malone Academy ae 27; she was a school teacher from Malone (and daughter of Rev. Ashbel Parmelee) ae 27. Married by Rev. Aaron Foster at Parmelee’s house in Malone. Witnesses: a hundred or more including Aaron Parks, Betsey Parmelee, Fanny Parmelee, Mary Parmelee

Colton, Peter

Jan. 13, 1845

Martha Brown

he was from Clintonville, Canada ae 27; she was from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brown, George Wood, Fanny and Mary Parmelee

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