Early Marriages

Franklin County, NY Marriages
Parmalee Collections

White - Wood

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Name Date Spouse

Notes

White, Abijah

Jul. 10, 1845

Mrs. Margaret Johnson

he was a widowed pail manufacturer from Malone ae 50; she was a widow (supposed) from Malone ae 40. Witnesses: Betsey, Fanny and Sarah Parmelee. (Mrs. Johnson claimed that her first husband had died in a NYS prison, and Parmelee noted that as of 1853, that information had not been contradicted) (he lived 1791-1871 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery. His first wife Dorcas died Aug. 26, 1844, ae 54 and is buried in Webster St. Cem.)

White, Emma S.

Oct. 1, 1861

Charles H. Man

he was from Malone ae 25; she was also from Malone ae 21. Witnesses: Smith S, White, John White, Adin Williams, Lucianne Fisk and nearly 100 more

White, Jenette

Apr. 17, 1844

William Tannahill

he was a farmer from Godmanchester, PQ ae 24. She was also from Godmanchester, ae 19. They brought with them testamonials as to the legality of their marriage, which occurred at Parmelee’s house. Witnesses: Enos Wood, Jr., George Bigger, Robert Tannahill, John White, Aruna White, Helen White

White, John

Dec. 17, 1835

Mary Gregg

he was a farmer from Sudbury VT ae 22; she was a domestic from Chateaugay ae 22. Witnesses: W. Gregg, Mrs. Gregg (mother of the bride), and Ann Gregg

White, Lucy

Mar. 24, 1843

Lewis Green

he was a merchant from Canton, NY ae 24; she was from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: Hon. Horatio Powell, Nathan White, father of the bride, George Wood, Arunah H. Wood, Fanny Parmelee, Emeline Wood

Wilcox, Betsey

Sep. 15, 1836

David F. Berry

he was a farmer from Malone ae 22; she was a domestic from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Ebenezer Berry, Samuel Fields, Jonas Stone, Lemuel Parlin, Phebe Parker

Wilcox, Mary Ann

Nov. 14, 1832

Mr. _____ Boon

he was a farmer from Watertown, NY ae 25; she was ae 19, from Malone. His first name is not listed in the original, and her last name may have been Wilcore. Witnesses: Lemuel Parlin and his wife, Abel Wilcox (Wilcore?)and his wife

Wilcox, Mason

Nov. 5, 1818

Amina Russell

both of Malone

Wilcox, Mason

Mar. 2, 1836

Deborah Davis

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

Wilcox, Victoria R.

June 27, 1861

John L. Covey

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

Wilder, James M.

Nov. 4, 1840

Mary Shonyo

he was a farmer from Malone ae 27; she was a housemaid from Constable ae 20. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Abiel Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Shonyo, parents of the bride, Mr.Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Nichols

Wilder, Sarah C.

Jan. 1, 1855

Andrew J. Day

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

Williams, Adin

Jan. 25, 1855

Lucy Ann Fisk

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 (he died Aug. 11, 1874 ae 49 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery)

Williamson, Abraham

Feb. 26, 1828

Orinda Parks

both of Malone

Williamson, Chauncey

Aug. 23, 1843

Fanny Tyler

he was the 18 yr old son of widow Sarah Williamson, of Malone, and a farmer. She was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Sarah Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Pics(?), parents of the bride, Mary Parmelee

Williamson, Nathan

Dec. 16, 1824

Phebe Moses

lived in Malone

Williamson, Sarah P.

Jan. 1, 1855

Timothy Bemis

he was ae 22 from Malone; she was also from Malone ae 18. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Clark Williamson, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. John Merriam

Williamson, Wynant

Oct. 7, 1835

Sophronia Barnes

he was a farmer from Malone ae 22; she was a domestic from Malone ae 19. Witnesses: John Barnes, Samantha Hutton, Clark Williamson, Hepsibah Barnes, George Hutton

Willson, Huldah

Oct. 31, 1861

Peter Fountain

he was from Malone ae 22; she was also from Malone ae 21. Married at the house of Mr. Broughton in Malone before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Broughton, parents of the bride, Pulaski Wood, Smith S, White, Dr. and Mrs. Bates, Carrie Parmelee, Betsey Parmelee, Frederick Horton, and perhaps 50 more

Winchester, David

Oct. 19, 1836

Elvira Sperry

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

Winchester, Mary

Mar. 10, 1810

Barnabas Barnum

he was from Bangor, she from Malone (born [Aug. or Apr.] 29, 1792 Died Oct. 1, 1878 and is buried at North Bangor)

Wise, Jennette

Feb. 10, 1819

Stephen Cook Jr.

he was from Chateaugay, she was from Malone

Wood, Albert

June __, 1861

Mary J. Day

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

Wood, Arunah H.

April__, 1811

Relief Bailey

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

Wood, Arunah H.

Oct. 10, 1814

Emeline Bartlette

both of Malone. He was a widower

Wood, Chauncey

Jan. 8, 1857

Mrs. Margaret Trowbridge

he was a widower from Blackhawk Co. Iowa ae 47; she was a widow from Morristown, NY ae 43. Married at Frederick Bernard’s house before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bernard and their two sons and a daughter

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