Early Marriages

Franklin County, NY Marriages
Parmalee Collections

Wood - Wyman

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Name Date Spouse

Notes

Wood, Emelina

Jul. 16, 1840

Werden Reynolds

he was the assistant preceptor at the Malone Academy ae 27; she was a student at the Academy ae 20. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Arunah M. Wood, parents of the bride, Havel White, Nathan White, Fanny Parmelee

Wood, Evelyn

May 5, 1847

Russell B. Starks

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

Wood, Fanny

Dec. 13, 1843

Azro Conant

he was a farmer from Malone ae 22; she was a school teacher from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Conant, Jeremiah Conant, Louisa Conant, Mr. Henry Woods and his wife Almira (she lived 1824-1907 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery)

Wood, Harriet G.

Aug. 19, 1852

Zebinah Pangborn

he was the preceptor of the Malone Academy from Johnson, VT, ae 26 (as is supposed); she was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Arunah H. Wood, Emeline Wood, Horace Taylor, Mrs. Guy Meigs and Mary Parmelee

Wood, Henry

Oct. __, 1843

Almira Knowlton

he was a farmer from Malone ae 25; she was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Conant, Dr. and Mrs. Seth Knowlton, parents of the bride, Carlos, Keeler, Azro Conant, and George Wood

Wood, John J.

May 27, 1853

Eliza M. Berry

he was ae 25 from Malone; she was ae 18 and the daughter of Deacon Berry of Malone. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Berry (the bride’s brother), Betsey, Sarah and Mary Parmelee. The bride’s parents assented to the marriage but did not attend

Wood, Philena

Aug. 1, 1819

Jared Watkins

both of Malone

Wood, Relief

Oct. 20, 1835

Aaron Bird Root

he was a lamp maker from Malone ae 22; she was a seamstress from Malone ae 21. Witnesses: Arunah Wood, Emeline Wood, Charles Hascall, William Brewster, John H. Russell Esq.

Wood, Sarah Ann

Dec. 5, 1839

Amos B. Keeler

he was a farmer from Malone ae 27; she was a a schoolteacher from Malone ae 29. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Brownson Keeler, Carlos Keeler, Amanda Keeler, Enos Wood, Maurice D. Hascall, Mary Parmelee

Woodruff, Almina

Feb. 17, 1853

Henry Thompson

he was ae 21; she was ae 20 and the daughter of Rev. Silas R.. Woodruff of Malone. Witnesses: Graves Foote, Rev. and Mrs. Woodruff, parents of the bride, Harriet Fisk, Denison Fisk, Mary and Sarah Parmelee

Wright, Jane

Nov. 22, 1832

Asa Spencer

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

Wright, Sarah

Jan. 22, 1845

Calvin Johnson

he was a farmer from Chateaugay ae 27; she was also from Chateaugay, ae about 20. Witnesses: Moses and Nancy Wright, parents of the bride

Wyman, Annette

Apr. 15, 1858

Royal G. Haskell

he was from Malone ae 22; she was from Constable ae 20. Married at the house of the bride’s father in Constable before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wyman, William H. Haskell, Alvin Hitchcock, Helen Hitchcock, Amelia Hazard

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