Early Marriages

Franklin County, NY Marriages
Parmalee Collections

Fish - Grant

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Name Date Spouse

Notes

Fish, Miss _______

Nov.__, 1825

Mr. _____ Fish

he was from Parishville, and she was from Malone. First names and date are missing in the original

Fish, Mr. _______

Nov.__, 1825

Miss ____ Fish

he was from Parishville, and she was from Malone. First names and date are missing in the original

Fish, Mrs. Mary

April, 1811

Ebenezer Berry

both of Malone. She was a widow, and the day of the month is missing in the original record

Fisk, Jane A.

Feb. 4, 1862

Alfred Lincoln

he was from Malone ae 24; she was also from Malone ae 24. Married at the house of Nathaniel Fisk before witnesses: Mrs. Fisk, the mother of the bride, Fanny Lincoln, sister of the bride, John Law and Elmina Fisk. (she was the daughter of Nathaniel and Amanda Fisk of Malone)

Fisk, Lucy Ann

Jan. 25, 1855

Adin Williams

he was from Malone ae 29; she was from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Elias Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Abijah White, Anne Banker, Mary Parmelee, and about 40 more (she died Nov. 8, 1888, ae 56 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery)

Fitzgerald, Richard

Oct. 2, 1828

Mary Curtis

both of Malone

Foote, Elihu

Oct. 5, 1831

Elmina Russell

he was a farmer from Madrid in St. Lawrence Co. ae 23; she was a cook from Malone ae 18. Witnesses: Calvin Russell, Abigail Russell, Chester Russell and Luther Chipman

Foote, Maria

June 26, 1812

Almon Wheeler

both of Malone (she died Jul. 5, 1813 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery)

Foote, William

Oct. 31, 1820

Pamelia Orton

both of Malone

Fountain, Marian

(Dec.?)20, 1860

William G. Smith

he was from Belmont ae 22; she was also from Belmont, ae 19. (no witnesses listed)

Fountain, Peter

Oct. 31, 1861

Huldah Willson

he was from Malone ae 19; she was also from Malone ae 18. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Betsey Parmelee, Mr. Westcott and several others

Fuller, Elvira

Jan. 1, 1834

Samuel C. Wead

he was a merchant from Malone ae 26; she was a well educated young lady from Malone ae 21. Witnesses: Jacob Wead, John H. Russell, Hiram Horton, Adeline Horton

Fuller, Sarah Ann

Jan. 18, 1830

Nathan Brown

he was a merchant from Rodman in Jefferson Co. ae 26; she was 18 from Malone and had no job. Witnesses: Hiram Horton, Adeline Horton and Harry Horton

Furness, Mary Ann

Mar. 8, 1831

Philip Miller

he was a clothier from Malone ae 23; she was a housekeeper for her mother, also lived in Malone and was 18. Witnesses Orlando Furness, Hiram Horton, Adeline Horton, and Clark S. Wead

Gasino, Edward

Jul. 11, 1845

Magaret McCallan

he was a Frenchman ae 20 from Malone; she was also from Malone ae 17 and her parents were dead. Witnesses: John Collins, Joseph Davis, Fanny and Sarah Parmelee

Gearon, Michael

June __, 1861

Mrs. Ellen English

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)

Gemerson, George

Nov. 21, 1816

Harriet Stowers

he was an Irishman and both were from Malone

Gemsha(?), ______

Sep. 30, 1818

William Newton

he was from Chateaugay, she was from Malone. Her name is missing in the original

Gibson, Rhoda

Jan. 24, 1862

Phineas H. Bennett

he was ae 23 and belonged to a camp of soldiers stationed in Malone; she was from Bangor ae 20. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Betsey Parmelee, Susan Gilligan and Lloyd Gilligan. (she was the daughter of Archibald and Maria Gibson of Bangor)

Gibson, Robert

Oct. 19, 1836

Emily Barnum

he was a farmer from Bangor ae 28; she was a cook from Bangor ae 22. Witnesses: Elijah Barnum, Talmage Barnum, Polly Barnum, and Sophronia Parmelee. (he lived 1808-1890 and is buried at North Bangor)

Glazier, Benjamin

May 26, 1858

Delia Town

he was a farmer from Titusville in the Town of Malone ae 23; she was also from Titusville ae 14 and her parents (Mr. and Mrs. John Town) consented to the marriage. Witnesses: Mrs. Charlotte Taylor, Miss Susan Gilligan

Gluteny(?), Oliver

Dec. 28, 1843

Catherine Quizeno(?)

he was a laborer ae 26; she was ae 34 and both were French. (Parmelee did not record the names of the witnesses because they were all French)

Gokey, Angeline

Apr. 1, 1838

Julius Dove

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

Grant, George

Feb. 19, 1845

Martha Bemis

he was a farmer from Malone ae 26; she was from Malone ae perhaps 20. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Bemis, Mr. Trumble, Betsey Parmelee

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