Early Marriages

Franklin County, NY Marriages
Parmalee Collections

Smith - Starks

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Name Date Spouse

Notes

Smith, Margaret

Sep. 6, 1838

Peter Palmer

he was a lawyer from Plattsburgh, NY; she was a student at the Malone Academy ae 20. Witnesses: Asa Hascall, Mrs. Hascall (mother of the bride)Charles Hascall, John Palmer, Ashbel B. Parmelee, and Matilda Hyde

Smith, Mary

Apr. 8, 1828

Carlos Keeler

both of Malone (she died June 11, 1831 ae 27 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery in Malone)

Smith, Nancy

Dec. 27, 1843

D. Alon Ashley

he was a farmer from Malone ae 53; she was the 30 yr old daughter of Daniel Smith of Chateaugay. Witnesses: Elisha Drury, Beulah Drury, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith

Smith, Orpha

Mar. 1, 1813

Robert McChesney

he was from Potsdam in St. Lawrence Co. , she was a widow from Malone

Smith, Ruth

Jul. 5, 1860

Michael Mahar

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"

Smith, Sophia

Jan. __, 1828

Richard Lewis

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

Smith, William G.

(Dec.?)20, 1860

Marian Fountain

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

Solomon, Helen

Jan. 6, 1844

Henry Law

he was an English tailor from Malone; she was ae 18 from Malone and a Catholic. Her father consented to the marriage at Parmelee’s house, but would not attend. Witnesses: Martin Sallinger, Cecilly(?) B. Sallinger, Mary Parmelee and Samuel Hawley

Spaulding, Rhoda

Feb. 23, 1812

Moses Rockwell

he was from Cornwall, VT and she from Malone

Spencer, Asa

Nov. 22, 1832

Jane Wright

he was a farmer from Constable ae 21; she was a cook from Ft. Covington ae 25. Married in Malone. Witnesses: Samuel Wright, Amos Greeno and his wife

Spencer, Lucinda

May 17, 1812

Dr. Henry S. Waterhouse

both of Malone

Spencer, Mehetibel

Nov. 26, 1816

Curtis Benton

both of Malone

Spencer, Sarah E.

Sep. 25, 1854

James S. Pallady

he was ae 22 from Malone; she was ae 21 also from Malone. Married at the Methodist Episcopal Church in Malone before witnesses: James Spencer, Elias Williams and wife, and 40 more

Spencer, Silas W.

Jan. 1, 1859

Ellen Hanaberry

he was from Bangor ae 22; she was from Constable. Witnesses: Charles Bentley, John Slaughter, Susan Gilligan, Betsey Parmelee

Sperry, Eliza Ann

Apr. 9, 1840

John King

he was a farmer from Malone ae 20; she was 18 yrs old from Malone. Witnesses: Lyman Sperry, Betsey Sperry, Jehiel Berry, William Brown, David Sperry

Sperry, Lorinda

May 11, 1831

Gideon C. Cotten

he was a farmer from Malone ae 27; she was a spinner and cook from Malone ae 19. Witnesses: Lyman Sperry, David Sperry, Angeline Sperry and Jehiel Berry. (she died June 6, 1858)

Sperry, Lydia

Jan. 20, 1847

Platt Staples

he was a widower farmer ae 30; she was the sister of his first wife, ae 18. Witnesses: Edward Fitch, David Sperry, Betsey and Mary Parmelee

Sperry, Lyman Jr.

Sep. 2, 1830

Elvira Blanchard

he was a farmer from Malone ae 25; she was a domestic from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Lyman Sperry Sr., Sibel Sperry and John B. Parmelee (he apparently died by Oct. 19, 1836)

Sperry, Mrs. Elvira

Oct. 19, 1836

David Winchester

he was a farmer from Malone ae 26; she was a widow from Malone ae 26. Witnesses: Lyman Sperry, Rebecca Sperry, David Sperry, William Marriam, Jehiel Berry (she was the widow of Lyman Sperry Jr.)

Sperry, Rebecca M.

Sep. 15, 1842

Platt R. Staples

he was a merchant from Norfolk, NY ae 28; she was a schoolteacher from Malone ae 24. Witnesses: Rebecca Sperry, Lyman Sperry, Ashbel B. Parmelee, Matilda Hyde (she died Jan. 12, 1846 and is buried in Dimmick Cemetery. She was the daughter of D(avid?). and R(ebecca?). Sperry)

Spicer, Alexander

Oct. __, 1837

Adeline Hawley

he was a tanner from Malone ae 22; she was 17 yrs old from Malone and had the consent of her widowed mother to marry. Witnesses: Aaron Parks Jr., Harry Parks, and Mrs. Parks, the mother of the bride

Stanley, Jonathan

Apr. __, 1828

Fanny Webb

both of Malone. The day of the month is missing in the original (he died Jan. 24, 1872 ae 64 and is buried in Houndsville Cemetery)

Staples, Platt

Jan. 20, 1847

Lydia Sperry

he was a widower farmer ae 30; she was the sister of his first wife, ae 18. Witnesses: Edward Fitch, David Sperry, Betsey and Mary Parmelee

Staples, Platt R.

Sep. 15, 1842

Rebecca M. Sperry

he was a merchant from Norfolk, NY ae 28; she was a schoolteacher from Malone ae 24. Witnesses: Rebecca Sperry, Lyman Sperry, Ashbel B. Parmelee, Matilda Hyde

Starks, Russell B.

May 5, 1847

Evelyn Wood

he was a cloth dresser from Malone ae 27. She was ae 25 from Malone. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Arunah H. Wood, Edward Fitch, Fanny Fitch, Sarah T. Parmelee

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