Early Marriages

Franklin County, NY Marriages
Parmalee Collections

Dowe - Fish

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Name Date Spouse

Notes

Dowe, Louisa

Oct. __, 1827

Jeremiah Conant

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

Drake, Cyrus

Nov. __, 1833

Sophia Lyman

he was a farmer from Bangor ae 25; she was a farmer’s daughter from Malone ae 23. Witnesses: William Lyman, Ganesha Lyman, Gad Lyman, Linus Lyman

Drury, Elisha

Jan. __, 1826

Mrs. Beulah Stowers

both of Malone. She was the widow of Ashley Stowers

Dunham, Emily

Apr. 29, 1841

Peter Archer

he was a mason from Malone ae 23; she was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Hiram Dunham, Elizabeth Peck, Howard Bell

Dunham, Ruth

Apr. 1, 1847

Joseph H. Davis

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

Duquette, Benjamin

Jul. 26, 1842

Emily Beauvais

he was 31, she was 26. They were both French and both from Malone. Witnesses to the marriage at Amos Greeno’s house in Malone: Mr. and Mrs. Bean, Amos Greeno, Sophia Greeno

Durkee, Charles

Dec. 16, 1852

Mary Seeley

he was a merchant from Malone ae 25; she was ae 22, from Malone. Witnesses: Wheeler Seeley, Betsey Seeley, Alfred Seeley, Betsey Parmelee

Dyke, Genison

Apr. 26, 1810

Mary Dickinson

both from Bangor, married at the house of the bride’s father (he died Oct. 28, 1873 in Bangor)

Earl, Delia

Nov. 8, 1859

Wesley Hapgood

he was from Malone ae 23; she was also from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Hoseph(?) Westcott, Abner Mead, Lucy Ann Earl, Betsey Parmelee, Susan Gilligan (they lived in Constable in 1860)

Earle, Anna

Apr. 5, 1859

Horatio Purdy

he was a widower from Titusville in the Town of Malone ae 32; she was ae 33 from Township No. 9 in Malone. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: William Young, Susan Gilligan, Betsey Parmelee

Eggleston, David

Jan. 10, 1855

(Mrs.?) Emma C. Ware

he was from Malone ae 22; she was a widow from Malone ae 23. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Jones (colored people), Betsey Parmelee, Amelia Longley (the record says "Miss", not "Mrs.")

Elderbroom, Peter

Nov. 12, 1859

Elizabeth King

he was from No. 9 in the Town of Malone ae 16, ("but evidently ae 20 or more"); she was also from No. 9 ae 22. They were French and could not understand English so an interpreter was used at the marriage in a French house in No. 9. "Witnesses enough, but I did not get their names"

Elliott(?), Jane

Mar. 31, 1857

Philip King

he was from Malone ae 30; she was also from Malone ae 25. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Betsey Parmelee, Susan Gilligan, William Young and Henry Coburn. (her name appears as "Ellet" in the original)

Empy, Jacob

Mar. 26, 1816

Clarissa Fairman

he was from Canada West, she from Constable. Married at the home of Mr. Fairman in the villlage of French Mills, now called Ft. Covington

English, Mrs. Ellen

June __, 1861

Michael Gearon

he was from Malone ae 57; she was a widow from Malone ae 49. Mr. Gearon stated that he had left a wife in Ireland about 12 yrs ago, and not long after coming here, sent money to bear her expenses to America, desiring her to come. However he had heard nothing up to this time, had not received the least information concerning her nor the money sent. He had written again but obtained no answer and concluded that she was dead. Parmelee supposed that conclusion to be correct. (the name Gearon was originally Guerin in Irish)

Estabrooks, Jonathan

Feb. 20, 1815

Abigail Wheat

both of Constable

Estabrooks, Noah

April 25, 1833

Rhoda Linkler

he was a farmer from Duane ae 26; she was 20 yrs old from Moira. Married at the house of the bride’s father in Moira. Witnesses: Wheat Estabrooks, John Estabrooks, W. Linkler (father)

Estabrooks, William R.

Sep. 29, 1842

Mrs. Sally Mayhew

he was from Duane ae 27; she was a widow from Duane ae 24. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone. Witnesses: William Estabrooks, Betsey, Fanny and Ashbel B. Parmelee

Fairfield, Hannah

Dec. 4, 1828

John Beals

both of Malone

Fairman, Clarissa

Mar. 26, 1816

Jacob Empy

he was from Canada West, she from Constable. Married at the home of Mr. Fairman in the villlage of French Mills, now called Ft. Covington

Ferguson, Nancy

Feb. 14, 1834

Robert Law

he was a laborer from Malone ae 27; she was a house maid from Malone ae 21. Witnesses: Hiram Horton and Harriet Fuller

Fiber, Minerva

Jan. 29, 1829

Thomas Champlin

both of Malone

Finch, James H.

Oct. 15, 1835

Minerva Moses

he was an innkeeper from Peru, NY ae 31; she was a school teacher from Malone ae 27. Witnesses: Timothy Palmer, William Merriam, James Brown, Charles Moses, and Mrs. Moses (step-mother of the bride)

Fish, Calista

Feb. 24, 1839

Jehiel Bentley

he was a farmer from Malone ae 28; she was from Bangor ae 18. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. (Leonard) Fish, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Dickinson, Harry Orcutt, Oliver Orcutt

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