Early Marriages

Franklin County, NY Marriages
Parmalee Collections

Covey - Dove

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Name Date Spouse

Notes

Covey, John L.

June 27, 1861

Victoria R. Wilcox

he was a widower from Parishville, NY ae 32; she was from Malone ae 23. Witnesses: some relatives from Troy whose names were not recorded, a brother of the bride, Betsey Parmelee and Susan Gilligan

Covey, William

Oct. 19, 1832

Mrs. Jane McKinney

he was a farmer and widower from Malone ae 50; she was a widow from Malone ae 50. Witnesses: George Taylor, Jonas Stone, Betsey Parmelee, Ashbel B. Parmelee

Crawford, Polly

Oct. 3, 1811

Samuel Webb

both of Malone

Cummings, Cynthia

Sep. 1, 1834

________ Reed

he was a wheelwright from Canton, NY ae 23; she was a domestic laborer from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Stephen D. Hickock and his wife (the mother of the bride), Dewey Hickock, William Merriam

Cummings, Mrs.________

Nov. 4, 1824

Stephen D. Hickock

he was from Malone, she was a widow from New Haven, VT

Curry, John

Mar. 17, 1835

Isabela Thompson

he was a farmer from Malone ae 22; she was a cook from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: William Curry (brother of the groom), Ashbel B. Parmelee, Fanny Parmelee

Curry, Maria

Nov. 7, 1835

Richard W. Kinney

he was a farmer just moved to Malone from Michigan ae 22; she was a kitchen laborer from Malone ae 24. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Rachel Thomas, Betsey Parmelee, Sophronia Parmelee, Ashbel B. Parmelee

Curtis, Mary

Oct. 2, 1828

Richard Fitzgerald

both of Malone

Daggett, Mercy

May___, 1844

George Bell

he was a farmer and both were from Malone. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Daggett, Myron Berry, Judith Daggett, Betsey Parmelee (she died Feb. 11, 1851 and is buried in Dimmick Cemetery. She was the daughter of D.B. Daggett)

Daggett, Pliny

Mar. __, 1821

Ruth Orcutt

both of Malone (he died in 1872 in Hannibal, NY)

Davis, Deborah

Mar. 2, 1836

Mason Wilcox

he was a farmer and widower from Malone ae 39 and this was the second time Rev.Parmelee had officiated at his marriage; she was a housekeeper from Bangor ae 35.. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith, Roswell Wilcox, and Elisha Kellogg

Davis, Joseph H.

Apr. 1, 1847

Ruth Dunham

he was a farmer from Malone ae 24; she was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Edward Fitch, Fanny Fitch, Betsey Parmelee, Peter Archer, Emily Archer

Davis, Mary

Oct. 31, 1816

Edmund Chapman

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

Day, Andrew J.

Jan. 1, 1855

Sarah C. Wilder

he was from Chateaugay, she was from Malone ae 26. Witnesses: James Fraser, Betsey and Mary Parmelee

Day, Mary J.

June __, 1861

Albert Wood

he was from Belmont, ae 21; she was from New York City ae 24. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Susan Gilligan and William Young

Degon, Catherine

Nov. 27, 1841

Francis Bashaw

he was a widower ae 30; she was ae 16. They were married in Bangor. The bride’s parents were present as were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lamica, Mary Degon "etc. etc., all French people"

Demaris, Charles

Dec. 22, 1861

Jenette Norman

he was from Malone ae 22; she was from Malone ae 17 and had the consent of her widowed mother. Witnesses: Susan Gilligan, Lloyd Gilligan and Betsey Parmelee

Demming, Hepsibah

Aug. 7, 1814

William Mason

both of Malone (she was born Aug. 6, 1788 and died Mar. 8, 1836 and is buried in Dimmick Cemetery)

Denio, (Moses?)

May 27, 1840

Nancy McKinney

he was a French farmer from Malone ae 22; she was an Irish girl from Malone ae 21. His name is not listed in the original. Witnesses: Aaron Parks, Harry Parks, Horatio Merriam, Mary Hawley, Rebecca Parks

Denio, Pollest(?)

Aug. 21, 1859

John Major

he was French from Malone ae 22; she was also French from Malone ae 27. Married at a log house one half mile north of Titusville before witnesses: Oliver Boio(?), and Buel Man

Dewey, H.M.

Jan. 25, 1838

Harriet Peck

he was a farmer from Georgia, VT ae 27; she was a school teacher from Malone ae 24. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hickock, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Slosson, Oliver and Harry Orcutt, Mr. and Mrs. Cephas Watkins

Dickey, William

Oct. 27, 1836

Mary Hall

he was a laborer from Malone ae 25; she was a house servant from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Oliver Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Branch, George Taylor, Mary Taylor, Wheeler Seeley

Dickinson, Mary

Apr. 26, 1810

Genison Dyke

both from Bangor, married at the house of the bride’s father

Dimmick, John

Feb. 14, 1819

Sarah Heath

both of Malone (he died Oct, 8, 1871 ae 71 and is buried in Dimmick Cemetery in Malone)

Doud, Amanda

May 3, 1821

Russell Lee

both of Malone "if I rightly remember"

Dove, Julius

Apr. 1, 1838

Angeline Gokey

he was a laborer from Malone ae 23; she was ae 18 from Malone. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Gokey, parents of the bride, Thomas McKinney, Robert McKinney

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