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vital Record of Rhode Island. 

1636=1850. 

First series. 

BIETHS, MAKEIAGES AND DEATHS. 



A Family Register for the People. 



By James N. Arnold, 

Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register. 



'*Is Nly Name Written in the BoqIc of Life?" 



VOL. XV. 

Providence 03X61:1:6 — Marriages D -to Z. 

> 
United States Chronicle— Deatl-is A to Z. 

Published under tlie auspices of the General Assembly. 



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PROVIDENCE, R. I.: 

NARRAGANSETT HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

1906. 






COPYRIGHTED IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS 
AT WASHINGTON, 1906. 



INTRODUCTION. 



We here place before the reader the fifteenth volume of the 
Vital Record of Rhode Island, fully believing that it will 
prove as interesting as any of the previous volumes of the series. 
In this volume we have finished the Marriages of the Gazette and 
Kave given the Deaths of the Chronicle. The same plan we have 
followed in the past will be continued in the future, with such im- 
provement as age and experience shall determine. 

The General Assembly have again in their judgment and wis- 
dom extended to us in this volume their usual courtesy. The 
officers in charge ot the newspapers have been, as usual, obliging, 
giving us all needed assistance. We hereby extend our thanks for 
these favors and courtesies and also extend them to those who have 
said a good word for the work. 

Please bear in mind that the dates given herein, if preceded by 
word Gazette or Chronicle, means that the Marriage or Death 
appeared in that number of the newspaper, otherwise the real date 
of the event is given. 

We close by trusting that the reader will find pleasure as well 
as instruction in his perusal of this volume and will feel compen- 
sated for his time spent in our company. 



CONTKNTS. 

MAR-BIAOES. 

Providence Gazette : Letters D to Z. 

DEATHS. 

United States Chronicle : Letters A to Z. 



krrata. 



Page 362. Omitted. 

STERRY Cyprian, merchant, and Polly Russell, 

daughter of Joseph. Gazette of June 3, 1789 

Capt. Nathan and Abigail Wheaton, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Comfort. Gazette of Aug. 9, 1788 
Julia A. and James Valentine, merchant, 

both of this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 16, 1815 

Page 422. 

WEATHERHEAD in full caps at top of page 
should be WEAVER. 

Page 466. 

The set of U. S. Chronicle in three volumes presented the 
Providence Journal have been recently given to the Public Library 
where they have recently been removed. 



INDBX 



Abbe, 418, 467. 

Abbey, 131. 

Abbey Church, Eng., 82, 374. 

Abbott, 467,72, 113, 396. 

Abbottsford, Eng., 169, 323. 

Abdal, 467. 

Abel, 467. 

Abercrombie, 391, 412, 428. 

Abington, Ct., 330. 

Abington, Eng., 338 

Aborn, 467, 41, 79, 84, 103, 107, 

109, 140, 151, 160, i6i, 296, 

298, 299, 300, 330,. 346, 3 54. 

389.395. 399> 462, 439, 45 1, 

460. 
Aboyneau, 208. 
Academy, The Warren, 224, 

291. 
Academy, The Taunton, 72. 
Acton, Mass., 73, 74. 
Adams, 467, 64, 88, 90, 107, 170, 

174, 183, 186, 220, 225, 257, 

282, 286, 288, 293, 302, 317, 

319. 339. 343. 352, 382, 408, 

409, 414, 432, 458. 
Adams, Mass., 165, 307, 571. 
Addison, Vt., 439, 451. 
Adie, 48, 316, 445. 
Adjutant, 470. 
Adjutant and Inspector General 

of U. S., 263. 
Adjutant Major of Brigade, 160. 
Admiral of the Blue, 565. 
Admiral of the White, 508. 
Admiralty, High Court of, 323, 

337- 
Advertiser, The Commercial, 
N. Y., ig6, 250. 



Advertiser, The Merchantile, 
N. Y., 488. 

Acre, Battle of, 486, 495, 497, 
523, 525, 526, 566. 

Africa, 563. 

African Chief, 527. 

Africa, Coast of, 486, 491, 496, 
509, 527, 542, 563, 565. 

Ahremberg, Prince of, 373. 

Aickin, 468. 

Aide de Camp, 477. 

Ailman, 46. 

Ainsworth, 427. 

Air, 468. 287. 

Aitkin, 468. 

Aix la Chappelle, ?>., 514. 

Albany, N. Y, 44, 62, 88, 127, 
156, 175, 176, 184, 193, 213, 
218, 228, 230, 272, 276, 290, 
298, 344, 352, 353, 361, 362, 
372, 412. 422, 447, 490, 522, 

555, 570. 
Albany, N. Y., Gazette, 570. 
Albee, 282. 

Albro, 468, 52, 166, 346, 358. 
Alden, 468, 86, 117, 173, 241, 

370, 42 [, 441. 
Alderman, 529. 
Aldis, 406. 
Aldrich, 468, 34, 133, 189, 210, 

221, 262, 277, 284, 303, 318, 

331, 340, 414, 418, 420, 433, 

435,444,450,453. 
Aldridge, 141. 
Alexander, 69, 169, 228, 229, 

272, 384, 416, 556. 
Alexander, the Emperor, 457. 
Alexandria, D. C, 93, 311, 496. 
Alexandria, Va.,21, 51, 137, 185, 

195, 226, 244, 25s, 399, 545. 



VI 



INDEX 



Alger, 468, 177, 385, 423. 
Algiers, 542, 547. 
Alker, 469. 
Alleghany College, 241. 

Allen, 469, 20, 39, 40, 42, 67, 72, 
^^, 95, 100, 116, 118, 119, 
124, 13s, 138, 141, 14s, 147. 
150, 153, 162, 165, 169, 171, 
173, 182, 191, 195, 199, 216, 
232, 233, 237, 248, 250, 251, 
261, 272, 275,298, 299, 312, 
318, 340, 347, 35 [, 359. 360, 
361, 376, 390, 392, 400, 407. 
415, 417, 420, 425, 426, 432, 
434. 439. 442, 443. 448, 450. 

Allenton, N. J., 507, 535, 526. 

Allison, 470. 

Allsboro, 421. 

Alray, 470, 55, 67, 96, 125, 150, 
168, 170, 209, 242, 273, 301, 
389, 489. 

Alsop, 22, 167, 168. 

Alton, 554. 

Alvard, 470. 

Alverson, 322. 

Ambassador to U. S., 406. 

Ambrose, 186, 201. 

Amburter, 470. 

America, 505, 509, 524, 539. 

American Anti Society, Worces- 
ter, Mass., 20. 

American Army, 131, 225, 511. ' 

American Coast, 507. 

American, the , Commissioner, 
519. 

American Company, 575. 

American Consul, 352, 404. 

American Embassy to England, 

339- 
American Journal, 465. 
American Legation to England, 

343- 
American Legation, Secretary 

of, 170. 
American Navy, 300. 
American Prisoners, 501. 
American, The, 211. 
American, The New York, 97, 

406. 



American, The Rhode Island, 
19, 20. 

American War, 480. 

Ames, 336, 432. 

Amesbury, i(X), 421. 

Amhurst College, 38, 457. 

Amhurst, Mass., 206, 229, 285, 
312,331. 

Ammidon, 314, 444. 

Ammidown, 470. 

Analoston Cartel, 344. 

Anderson, 470, 56, 265. 

Andover, Mass., 503, 540. 

Andrew, 470. 

Andrews, 470, 55, 112, 200, 211, 
221, 222, 223, 238, 240, 253, 
262, 281, 301, 319, 351, 358, 
368, 375, 377, 399. 40i, 424, 

434, 436, 442. 
Andross, 470. 

Angell, 470, 36, 52, 61, 92, 95, 
100, 120, 128, 132, 143, 160, 
169, 170, 181, 183, 202, 230, 
240, 246, 265, 266, 271, 277, 
294. 309. 318, 339, 342, 349, 
380, 397, 412, 415, 420, 429. 

435, 438, 440, 445, 459, 460, 

475- 
Anger, 252. 
Angier, 471. 

Annapolis, Md., 481, 533, 566. 
Anne Arundall Co , Md , 478, 

553. 570. 

Annis, 179, 244, 310. 

Anthony, 471, 75, 96, lOO, 104, 
107, 108, 120, 128, 133, 143, 
154, 160, 184, 205, 229, 241, 
253, 259, 282, 285, 289, 323, 
336, 354. 381, 387, 446, 452, 
457, 460. 

Antram, 471. 

Antrim, 349. 

Aplin, 471, 99, 187, 202, 261, 
272, 334- 

Apple, 568, 574. 

Appleby, 239, 361, 448. 

Appleton, 471, 30. 

Apponaug, R. L, 296, 556. 

Apthorp, 471, 73, 449. 

Arden, 362. 



INDEX 



VII 



Argus and Register, N. Y., 509. 

Ariel, Brig, 522. 

Ariff, 275. 

Armington, 471, 134, 163, 220, 

354. 358, 367. 400, 407- 

Armstrong, 180, 296, 442. 

Army, American, 131, 225, 511. 

Army, Austrian, 526. 

Army, British, 131, 225, 471. 

Army, Continental, loi, 131, 
151, 171.225,339, 504, 551. 

Army, United States, 25, 29, 97, 
132, 212, 219, 237, 241, 263, 
335. 362, 422. 

Arnold, 471, 23, 32, 49, 50, 51, 
55. 57. 68, 72, 81, 86, 90, 
loi, 102, los, 108, no, 122, 
128, 130, 131, 133, 141, 147, 
148, 154, 157, i6o, 165, 176, 
199, 200, 202, 205, 209, 210, 
211, 216, 217, 252, 260, 261, 
267, 272, 273, 276, 288, 290, 
291, 292, 294, 296, 298, 300, 
304, 305, 310, 311, 322, 323, 
326, 329, 341, 342, 344, 352, 
358, 361, 365, 375, 377, 382, 

384. 390, 391, 402, 409. 419. 

421, 427, 428, 432, 435, 437, 

438, 442, 449, 512, 562, 574. 
Arondall, Lord, 98. 
Arsenic, White, 532. 
Arsonneau, 142. 
Arthur, 130. 

Artillery, Captain of, 533. 
Artillery, Royal, 408. 
Artillery, State Regiment of, 

485. 
Artillery, United States, 196, 

219, 483. 
Artillery, U. S. Corps of, 540. 
Ash, 132. 
Ashburner, in. 
Ashby, Mass., 129, 
Ashe, 473. 
Ashford, Ct., 53, in, 189, 200, 

394.396,481. 571 1:; 
Ashford, Mass., 23, 303, 481. 
Ashley, 473, 153, 200,|2S6. 
Ashton, 473, 69, 290. 
Ashkins, 473. 



Aspasia, Ship, 551 

Aspinwall, 113,439- 

Assembly, Conn., 541. 

Assembly, General, 552, 557. 

Assembly, Member of, 496. 

Assembly of Penn., 546. 

Assistance, British Ship, 534. 

Assistant, House of, 490. 

Assistant, 504. 

Assonett, Mass., 75. 

Astronomer, 514. 

Athearn, 473. 

Atheistical writer, 509. 

Athens, N. Y., 91, 168, 431, 566. 

Atherton, 473, 413. 

Athol, N. H., 113, 200. 

Atkins, 29, 86, 148, 16 r, 190. 

Atkinson, 41, 239, 425, 428. 

Atoor, S. I., 176. 

Atoor, King of, 374. 

Attleboro, Mass., 21, 22, .24, 27, 
42,43. si. 57. 59.60,69, 71, 
73, 78, 81, 86, 87, 89, 97, 
113, n6, 118, 120, 123, 126, 
127, 130, 137, 141, 147, 150, 

154. 155. 157. 158, 169, 176, 
178, 179, 181, 183, 201, 202, 

206, 215, 216, 2x8,-220, 224, 

225, 230, 233, 235, 238, 239, 

247, 249, 251, 252, 260, 264, 

26s, 266, 269, 270, 272, 273, 

278, 283, 294, 301, 306, 307, 

312, 318, 320, 328, 330, 333, 
336, 340, 345, 346, 347, 353, 
355. 359. 368, 370. 377. 379. 
392. 393. 399. 401, 409. 412, 
416, 420, 424, 431, 434, 435, 
438, 440, 441, 443, 444, 446, 
447. 449. 450, 456, 477. 495. 
497, 503. 505. 508, 519, 525, 
530, 532, 536, 546, 552, 556, 
559, 562, 575- 
Attorney at Law, 21, 23, 25, 34, 
37, 41, 46, so, 55, 57, 68, 73, 
82, 83, 89, 95, 102, 105, no, 
117, 118, 137, 140, 148, 151, 

155, 159. 162, 173, 180, 185, 
188, 192, 202, 205, 214, 215, 
224, 225, 226, 227, 230, 242, 
245, 254, 258, 268, 280, 287, 



VIII 



INDEX 



Attorney at Law, — Continued. 
288, 290, 29s, 303, 304, 314, 
318, 325, 329, 331, 340, 341, 
350, 359. 361, 364. 36S> 367, 
372, 379, 388, 390, 391. 396, 
404, 430, 433, 434, 435, 436, 

437. 444, 445, 449, 45°, 452, 

457, 459, 471, 492, 497, SH, 

543, 549- 
Attorney General, 472, 487. 
Attorney General of N. H., 507. 
Attorney General of R. I., 70, 

102, 507. 
Attorney General of U. S., 100, 

283. 
Attorney, the King's, 471. 
Attorney, U. S. District, 24, 

214. 
Atwater, 168. 
Atwell, 473, 254, 364, 389, 407, 

4Si> 459 
Atwood, 473, 178, 193, 247, 248, 

291, 293, 417. 
Auchmuty, 132, 457. 
Auctioneer, 476. 
Audenett, 265. 

Auditor of the Treasury, 194. 
Auditor U. S. Treasury, 36. 
Auger, 438. 
Augusta, Ga., 70, 108, 152, 212, 

230, 283, 400, 432, 479, 567. 
Augusta, Me., 58, 405. 
Aukward, 316. 
Aulger, 384. 
Aurora, The, 237, 474. 
Aurora, The, Phil., Pa., 44. 
Austin, 473, 60, 79, 94, 133, 191, 

192, 258, 264, 290, 421. 
Austria, Emperor of, 523. 
Austrian Army, 526. 
Author, 480, 533. 
Author, English, 488, 522. 
Author, Religious, 522, 577. 
Authoress, 540. 
Aux Cayes, W. I., 479, 523. 
Avery, 67, 490. 
Avon, Mass., 155, 228. 
Ayer, 458. 
Ayleham, 395. 
Aylesworth, 1 19, 253, 339. 



Ayrault, 473, 492. 
Ayres, 473. 

B 

Babbitt, 426, 457 

Babcock, 473, 131, 150, 184, 241, 

274, 300, 349, 420. 
Babson, 243. 
Badsworth, Eng., 307. 
Bache, 474, 44, 76, 2x3. 
Bachellor, 153, 387. 
Backus, 474. 
Bacon, 474, 64, 124, 162, 175, 

202, 222, 262, 294, 343, 386, 

449. 490. 
Baden, Prince of, 548. 
Badger, 474, 47, 135, 167, 314, 

507, 511- 

Bagley, 474, 220. 

Bailey, 474, 85, 137, 139, 174, 
220, 302, 328, 364, 438, 439, 
460. 

Bainbridge, 129. 

Baine, 474. 

Baker, 474, 25, 26, 38, 39, 42, 43, 
53. 66,71, 75, 78, 81,92, 94, 
97. 105, 107, 112, IIS, 116, 
119, 126, 132, 13s, 142, 152, 
154, 162, 165, 168, 169, 185, 
191, 199. 201, 203, 204, 210, 
212, 215, 216, 220, 224, 231, 
234, 237, 253, 258, 261, 262, 
267, 269, 271, 279, 281, 285, 
292, 295, 296, 297, 300, 304, 
312, 313, 318, 321, 323, 327, 
331, 333. 334. 335, 343, 344, 
345, 347. 35'. 359, 362, 363, 
365. 373. 376, 380, 384, 38s, 
390, 392, 393. 403,421, 422, 
426,427, 431, 436, 437, 440, 
442, 448, 449, 454, 460, 573. 

Baker (trade), 488, 489, 500, 528. 

Balch, 474, 232, 259, 369. 399. 

T. 435- 

Balcom, 370. 

Baldwin, 474, 44, 121, 194, 447. 

Balkcom, 155, 297. 

Ball, 58, 157. 



INDEX 



IX 



Ballard, 105, 242, 320, 322. 

Ballou,474, 48, 97, 129, 133, 166, 
180, 240, 288, 292, 293, 322, 
330, 406. 434, 435. 

Ballstown, N. Y., 218, 362. 

Baltimore Co., Md, 162, 459. 

Baltimore, Md., 72,92,97,114, 
126, 131, 135, 160, 161, 168, 
170, 211, 216, 234, 244,273, 
312, 342, 352, 364, 381, 404, 
42s, 469, 471, 472, 504, 506, 
507, 508, 520, 524, 534, 536, 

550, 559. S73- 
Baltimore, Md., Federal Gazette, 

56. 
Bamfield, 408. 
Bancroft, 474, 352, 381. 
Bank, President of, U. S., 450. 
Bannister, 61. 
Baptist Church, 478, 500, 504, 

555. 561, 565, 568, 575- 
Baptist Church, First, Newport, 

523- 
Baptist Church, Hudson, N. Y., 

209. 
Baptist Church, Pastor of, 330. 
Baptist Church, Providence, 82. 
Baptist Church, Warren, 117, 

407, 424. 
Baptist Minister, 512, 558, 571. 
Baptist Missionaries, 1 17. 
Baptist Society, 483. 
Barbadoes Isles, 192, 292, 564. 
Barber, 474, 24, 107, 193, 287, 

350, 352, 385 
Barclay, Mass., 493. 
Bard well, 109. 
Bardine, 76, 83, 287. 
Barker, 474, 52, 80, 114, 130, 

142, 152, 170, 206, 258, 269, 

270, 271, 272, 324, 325, 351, 

369, 436. 499. 
Barkesdale, 275. 
Barlow, 57. 

Barnard, 475, 210, 238. 
Barnes, 59, loi, 286, 288, 314, 

332. 
Barnett, 385. 
Barney, 475, 78, 125, 146, 157, 

169, 182, 189, 232, 259, 276, 



Barney, — Continued. 

348. 353- 391. 424. 456. 
Barnstable, Mass., 117, 258, 412, 

513- 

Barnwell, 224. 

Baron, 418. 

Barre, Mass., 78, 162, 304, 431. 

Barrett, 475, 134, 288, 289, 296. 

Barrington, 475. 

Barrington, R. I., 26, 43, 75, ^^, 
98, loi, III, 120, .132, 135, 
145, 146, 152, 153, 154, 157, 
158, 171, 177, 178, 179, 183, 
185, 202, 204, 207, 215, 216, 
217, 222, 223, 231, 261, 269, 
270, 293, 301, 312, 328, 334, 
339, 340, 341. 342, 345. 346. 

349. 366, 379, 384, 388, 397, 
406, 420, 426, 427, 431, 433, 

-^ 447. 455, 469, 479. 481, 502, 
515, 517, 518, 539, 563, 569, 
572. 

Barrow, 161, 273. 

Barrows, 80, 128,' 3 19, 452. 

Barry, 475. 

Barse, 23. 

Barston, 127. 

Barstow, 475, 218, 235, 291, 297, 

454, 563- 
Barstown, 449. 
Bart, 120. 
Bartlett, 475, 91, 164, 175, 199, 

213, 307, 314, 369. 399- 
Barton, 475, 147, 377, 378, 400, 

435- 
Basin, 310. 

Bass, 476, 67, 142, 167, 232, 275. 
Bassett, 64, 179, 213, 269. 
Baster, 256. 
Basto, 268, 
Bastow, 243. 
Batavia, E. I., 510, 544. 
Batch, 178. 
Batchellor, 139, 178, 234, 272, 

396, 427- 
Bate, Earl of, 366. 
Bates, 24, 60, 125, 128, 166, 175, 

220,235, 239,243, 314. 399- 
Bath, Eng.,82, 374,477,566. 
Bath, Me., 74, 191. , 



INDEX 



Bath, Mass., 448, 483. 

Bath, Va., 475. 

Bath, Knight of the, 234. 

Baton Rouge, La., 305, 336. 

Battey, 476, 104, 212, 347, 350, 

356, 447- 

Bavaria, 175, 311. 

Bavarian Republic, Consul Gen- 
eral to, 126. 

Baxter, 48, 87, 88, 179, 345. 349. 
366, 416, 419. 

Bayard, 76. 

Bayles, 86. 

Bayley, 476. 

Baylies, 31. 

Bay of Fundy, 512, 532. 

Beal, 74, 177. 

Bear, 526. 

Beardsley, 476. 

Beaton, 476. 

Beattey, 476. 

Beaufort, N. C, 57, 224, 279. 

Beaufort, S. C, 296, 516. 

Beaverhill, N. H., 300, 428. 

Beaver, H. M. Ship, 159, 198. 

Beazeley, 24. 

Bebee, ig6. 

Beck, 476. 

Beckwith, 401. 

Bedford, Mass., 71, 102, 121, 
268, 3SS. 

Bedford, N. H., 89, 258, 306, 

457- 
Bedlington, Eng., 277. 
Beedle, 385. 
Beene, 359. 
Beers, 311, 381. 
Beith, 72. 

Belcher, 230, 303, 454. 
Belknap, 476, 369. 
Bell, 476, 192, 297, 359. 
Bellane, 454. 
Bellefonte, Pa., C71. 
Bellefonte, R. I., 54, 73. 
Belleville, N. J., 140, 337. 
Belleville, N. Y., 36, "104. 
Bellingham, Mass., 23, 72, 78, 

131, 139, 240,277, 323, 340, 

382, 428, 436, 468. 
Bellows, 27,' 165. 



Benchley, 176. 

Benedict, 34, 39, 43, 48, 53, 55, 
62, 68, 69, 81, 82, 90, 94. 95. 
96, 98, 108, IIS, 116, 117, 
123, 129, 13s, 138, 142, 151. 
155. 159. 161, 165, 166, 167, 
170, 179, 181, 185, 186, 191, 
193, 194, 196, 198, 203, 207, 
211, 217, 219, 220, 231, 232, 
233. 239. 240, 248, 249, 251, 
256, 263, 264, 267, 270, 276, 
277, 280, 286, 287, 302, 313, 

3 IS, 316, 318, 319, 330,333. 

334. 338, 346, 354. 357, 367. 

370, 379. 382, 384. 388, 391. 

401, 409, 423, 428, 43S, 438, 

440, 442, 454. 456. 
Benjamin, 279. 
Bengal, SM- 
Bennell, 88. 
Bennett, 476, 70, 121, 13 s, 248, 

2S0, 2S7. 284, 333, 354. 
Bennington, Vt., S46. 
Benson, 477, lOS, 292, 333, 342, 

384. 
Bent, 198. 

Bentley, 477, 169, 316, 396. 
Benton, 432. 

Benton's Point, R. I., 504. 
Bentries, 412. 
Berbice, S39. 545- 
Berg, Duke of, 139. 
Berg, Grand Duke of, 243. 
Bergen, Nor., S59. 
Berkeley, 120, 443. 
Berkeley Co., N. Y., S28. 
Berkeley, Mass., 127, 267, 281, 

319, 320,470, S72. 
Berks, Eng., 338. 
Berlin, Mass., S15. 
Bermuda, W. I., S22. 
Ber St., London, Eng., 523. 
Berrian, 430, 
Berry, 57. 

Berwick on Tweed, Eng., 560. 
Besancon, 527. 
Betts, 254. 
Bevan, 477. 
Beverly, 477, 28, 188, 279, 339, 

435- 



INDEX 



XI 



Beverly, Mass., 311, 236, 442, 

SIS- 
Bexford, 394, 400. 
Bibbins, 477. 
Biblical Literature, 321. 
Bickham, 303. 
Bicknell, j"], 152, 183, 326, 420 

447- 
Bickner, 440. 
Bidge, 226. 
Bigelow, 360. 
Bigley, 370. 
Bignall, 477. 
Bilham, 141. 
Billings, 477, 42, IIS, "6, 187, 

344, 362, 397, 427, 440, 458. 
Bingham, 477. 
Binney, 320, 357, 412. 
Bird, 477, 56, 74. 
Birket, 56. 
Biscoe, 269. 
Bishop, 477, 21, 158, 182, 198, 

199, 231, 250, 258, 267, 308, 

368,370, 411. 435- 
Bishop of South -Carolina, 30, 

3IS- 
Bissell, 477, 71. 
Bissett, 142. 
Bixby, 20.9. 
Bixler, 59, 224. • 
Bizell, 252. 
Black, 447, 188, 212, 234, 339, 

362. 
Bla.'kburn, 264. 
Blackheath, Eng., 192, 292. 
Blackington, 447, 69, 238, 307, 

377- 
Blackley, Pa., 134, 406. 
Blackman, 277. 
Blackwell, 76, 160, 275, 450. 
Blacksmith, 508. 
Blair, 477. 
Blake, 477, 23, 34, 72, 115, 123, 

13s, 143, 148, 175, 216, 222, 

258,259, 302,318, 344, 345, 

371, 396, 401, 451. 
Blanchard, 477, 366, 369. 
Blancher, 50. 
Bland, 477. 
Blandensburgh, Md., 365. 



Blanding, 86, 206, 208, 252, 295. 

Blesdell, 235. 

Blind Preacher, 542. 

Blinn, 447. 

Bliss, 477, 45, 46, S3, 13s, 146, 

161, 312, 3 SS. 373. 388. 393, 

413- 
Bliven, 477, 268, 412. 
Blockmaker, 490, 558. 
Blodgett, 478, 287, 447. 
Bloise, 338. 
Bloody Bridge, battle of, 131, 

225. 
Bloomfield, 137. 
Bloomingdale, N. Y., 124, 152, 

24s, 303. 471' 
Bloombury, Eng., 37. 
Bloss, 95, 119. 
Blount, 308. 

Blue, Admiral of the, 565. 
Blushfield, 219, 342. 
Bly, 81, 352, 373, 381, 387. 
Blyth, 460. 

Boardman, 89, 117, 258, 349. 
Boat, 538, 566, 571. 
Bockewhaven, 478. 
Bogart, 478. 
Begman, 478, 86. 
Boit, 68, 172, 334. 
Boke, 44. 

Bolles, 210, 248, 386. 
Bolster, 117, 355. 
Bolt wood, 331. 
Bonaparte, 36, 458. 
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 213, 253. 
Bond, 301. 
Bonney, 80. 
Bontres, 412. 

Boone, 478, 83, 295, 389, 413. 
Bookbinder, 494, 508, 545, 552. 
Bookseller, 116, 156, 194, 221, 

425. 479- 
Booram, 93. 
Booth, 116. 

Boothbay, Eng., 294, 295. 
Booth Bay, Me., 543. 
Bordeaux, Fr., 492, 559. 
Borden, 478, 26, 46, 75, 112, 121, 

347, 381, 392. 
Bordentown, N. J., 478. 



XII 



INDEX 



Boss, 478, 146, 301, 358, 423 

Boston, Mass., 22, 23, 25, 27, 28 
29, 30, 32. 36. 40, 44. 45. 46, 
51. SS. 56. 57. 59. 60, 61, 6d 
67, 70, 71, 72, 73, 76, 77, 79. 
81, 82, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 97 
98, 99, 100, loi, 104, 105 
106, 107, no, III, 116, 119, 
120, 121, 124, 125, 127, 129 
130, 131, 137, 138, 139, 140, 
142, 143, 148, ISO, 151, 153 
157, 158. 159. 163. 167, i6a 

170, 172, 17s, 177, 178, 179 
181, 182, 183, 186, 187, 188, 

194. i95f 196. 197. 198, 201 
205, 207, 208, 2X0, 211, 213 
214, 2x6, 220, 225, 226, 228 
229, 231, 233, 234, 236, 237 

238, 24X, 243, 244, 246, 2SO; 

254, 255, 258, 261, 262, 263 

. 264, 265, 272, 273, 276, 277 

278, 280, 281, 282, 287. :2'8a 

289, 297, 299, 300, 301, 304 

305. 307, 314. 315. 316, 3x9 

320, 321, 323, 325, 327, 334 

335. 336, 338, 342, 345, 349 

350, 352, 358, 360, 361, 363 

364, 366, 367, 368, 370, 375 

376, 380, 38X, 382, 392, 394 

397. 398, 399, 401, 407, 408 
411, 412, 414, 417, 418, 42O; 
421, 422, 424, 425, 428, 429, 
430, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 
440, 443, 445,450, 451. 452 
454, 456, 459, 467, 469, 471 
474. 475. 476, 479, 480, 485 
486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 49 X 
494, 495, 499. 5oi, 503. 504 
50s, 507, 508, 513, 517, 519, 
524, 525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 
531, 533, 535. 537. 538, 539, 
540, 541, 544, 548, 549, 552 

553. 554. 557, 5S8, 559, 560, 
563, 567, 569, 570, 574. 576 

"Boston Bard," 236. 

Boston Centinel, 314, 3x5, 576 

Boston Chronicle, 156. 

Boston Gazette, 315. 

Boston Theatre, 429, 67, 134. 



Bosworth, 47^, 153, 158, i6o> 
207, 2x8, 246, 315, 345, 386, 

395, 403- 
Botany, 502. 
Botany Bay, 475. 
Bourne, 478, 37, X09, 126, 173, 

319, 341, 346. 

Bours, 478, 28, 74, 302, 327. 
'Bowzier, 406. 

Bowden, 24. 

Bowdoin, 29, 37. 

Bowen, 478, 31, 34, 39, 40, 41, 
42, 68, 85, 86, 95, 98, 103, 
X04, X06, X07, xis, X17, xx8, 
120, X24, 13s, X36, X41, 159, 
.X63, X71, X94, 2x3, 215, 2x6, 
222, 226, 23 X, 234, 236, 242, 
243, 246, 249, 256, 257, 263, 
274, 289, 307, 3x0, 326, 330, 

333, 335, 336, 343, 35 L 362, 
367, 380, 384, 386, 388, 390, 
401, 406, 413, 420, 425, 433, 
434, 443, 454, 498, 533, 563. 

Bowering, 228. 

Bowers, 479, 23, 88, 104, 1x4, 
163, 231, 24X, 305, 3x7, 323, 

344. 350, 414. 432, 459- 
Bowler, 479, 31, 65, 144, 193. 
Bowles, 65. • 
Bowne, 305. 
Box, 480. 

Boyd, 480, 22, 55, 374, 459. 
Boyer, 459. 
Boys,. 480. 
Brackett, 480. 
Braddock's defeat, 139. 
Bradford, 480, 24, 29, 95, 12 x, 

129, 144, 147, X50, 238, 243, 

270, 304, 429, 445. 
Bradford, Mass., 38, 74, 108, 

310,321,333,387,407. 
Bradham, 185. 
Bradish, 88. 

Bradley, 480, 198, 324, 460. 
Bragg, X64. 
Braid, 69. 
Brainerd, 192. 
Braintree, Mass., 424, 476. 
Braley, X15. 
Braman, 139, 290. 



INDEX 



XIII 



Branch, 480, 41, 89, 186, 193, 
201, 231, 324, 329, 399, 432, 
460. 

Branch River, R. I., 468. 

Branchley, 97. 

Branford, Ct., 480. 

Brass, 114. 

Brattle, 291. 

Brattleboro, Vt., 284, 291. 

Brayard, 234. 

Brayman, 92. 

Brayton, 480, 84, 107, 333, 338, 

397. 476. 
Brazil, 213. 
Brearley, 480. 
Breck, 200. 

Breckenbridge, 100, 283. 
Breed, 449. 
Breese, 481, 292. 
Brenton, 481, 413. 
Brewer, 38, 116, 158, 229, 457. 
Brewton, 428. 
Brickley, 234. 
Bridge, 53S-. 
Bridgeham, 481, 57, 261. 
Bridgeport, Ct., 228, 248, 341, 

401. 
Bridgewater, Mass., 29, 40, 129, 

139. 192, 196, 252, 259, 362, 

438, 445, 471, 485, 486, 501, 

555- 

Bridles, 317. 

Bridon, ni. 

Brigade, Adjutant Major of, 
160. 

Brigade, Major of, 401. 

Biigadier General, 492, 506. 

Brigadier General of Militia, 529. 

Brigadier General of the Revo- 
lution, 525. 

Briggs, 54, 60, 94, 109, 113, 120, 
145, 167, 184, 210, 233, 238, 
246, 274, 301, 303, 320, 3SS. 
357, 394. 432, 447, 572, 573. 

Brig Henry, 127. 

Bright, 307. 

Brightman, 265, 332, 379. 

Brighton, Mass., 146, 319. 

Brimer, 96. 

Bringhurst, 190. 



Brinley, 197. 

Bristol, 332. 

Bristol Co., Mass., 31, 195, 526. 

Bristol Co., Mass., sheriff of, 
416. 

Bristol, Eng., 146, 353. 

Bristol, Pa., 133, 398. 

Bristol, R. I., 29, 30, 32, 33, 35, 
36, 37, 38, 46, 49, 50, 55, 59, 
60, 67, 69, 70, 71, 78, 84, 85, 
90, 95, 96. 98, 99, 100, 105, 
108, 109, 112, 113, 114, 116, 
119, 120, 126, 130, 136, 137, 
138, 149, 150, 155, 158, 161, 
173, 174, 179, 183, 185, 192, 
193, 195, 197, 198, 200, 203, 
204,^206, 208, 210, 214, 217, 
220, 225, 227, 229, 230, 
233, 23s, 236, 238, 240, 242, 
243, 244, 245, 246, 250, 251, 
252, 253, 258, 259, 260, 262, 
263, 266, 267, 269, 272, 274, 
276,. 277, 283, 297, 298, 302, 
303, 310, 314, 315, 319, 320, 
326, 327, 331, 335, 338, 340, 
341, 342, 343, 345, 346, 347, 
348, 349, 353> 356, 365, 368, 
377, 384, 388, 390, 395, 402, 
403, 404, 409, 410, 413, 414, 
416, 417, 419, 423, 425, 430, 
431, 436, 437, 438. 439, 441, 
445, 446, 455, 457, 459, 478, 
480, 496, 500, 507, 519, 533, 

534, 539. 542, 544, 553, 554, 

555, 561, 56s, 568, 573. 576. 
British Ambassador to U. S., 

118. 
British Army, 131, 225, 471. 
British Channel, 547. 
British Claims, 519. 
British Consul, 87. 
British Consul General, 378, 454, 

560. 
British Consul for Mass., 211. 
British Consul for Phil., Pa., 236. 
British Consul for R. 1., 90, 232, 

481. 
British Court of Common Pleas, 

Chief Judge of, 211. 
British Fleet, 402. 



XIV 



INDEX 



British Lieut. Colonel, 207, 263. 
British Minister, Private Secre- 
tary to, 211. 
British Minister, Secretary to, 

342- 
British Navy, 507, 565 
British Navy, Commander in 

Chief, 507. 
British Regiment, 6th, 335. 
British Regiment, 26th, 378. 
British Regiment, 49th, 313. 
British Secretary of State for 

American Affairs, 505. 
British Service, 207, 263. 
British Ship Assistance, 534. 
British Throne, 410. 
British Treaty, 519. 
Britton, 74. 
Broadie, 380. 
Brodie, 125, 342. 
Bronson, 436, 22. 
Brook Court House, Va., 390. 
Brookfield, Ct., 152, 191, 332. 
Brookfield, Mass., 73, 74, 129, 

1 59, 361, 467, 520, S4I. 
Brookline, Ct., 123, 140, 499. 
Brookline, Mass , 28, 299, 443. 
Brooklyn, Ct., 25, 31, 55, 84, 

292, 293, 353, 439. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 56, 112, 162, 
274. 

Brooks, 481, 90, 144, 226, 382. 

Broome, 155. 

Brotherton, 377. 

Brattleboro, N. Y., 275. 

Brown, 481, 20, 21, 22, 29, 39, 
45, 48, S3, 60, 61, 65, 69, 71, 
74, 76, 78, 82, 91, 105, 107, 
III, 114, 119, 120, 124, 126, 
134, 144, 148, 149, IS3> 159, 

160, 163, 165, 166, 167, 168, 
169, 174, 17s, 176, 180, 183, 
189, 191, 192, 200, 205, 206, 
209, 210, 216, 217, 218, 220, 

221, 230, 232, 239, 248, 249, 

254, 260, 262, 257, 273, 281, 

284, 287, 292, 297, 298, 299, 

300, 303, 310, 312, 314, 316, 

318, 324, 328, 335, 336, 337, 
339, 340, 353, 355, 361, 37i, 



Brown, — Continued. 

376, 377, 380, 383, 386, 390, 
392, 396, 399, 400, 401, 404, 
407, 411, 413, 416, 418, 419, 
426, 429, 433, 440, 443, 447, 
449, 451, 453, 459, 478, 479. 
482, 504, 565, 569. 

Brown College, Prof, in, 254, 

417, 432. 
Brown University, 225. 
Brown University Graduate, 62, 

134- 
Brown University Library, 460. 
Brown University, Tutor in, 320. 
Brownell, 37, 68, 92, 114, 133, 

143, 187, 245, 257, 317, 335. 

378, 394, 397, 418, 436, 441, 

443- 
Browning, 86, 126, 133, 446. 
Bruce, 141, 350, 377. 
Brunn, 446. 

Brunswick, Ger., "JT, 202, 410. 
Brunswick, Me., 24, 253. 
Brunswick, N. J., 573. 
Bru.sh, 327, 376. 
Brush Hill, Mass., 556. 
Bryant, 318. 

Buchanan, 482, 170, 353. 
Buck, 58, 253. 
Buckingham, Duke of, 98. 
Buckingham, Marquis of, 98. 
Buckley, 73. 

Bucklin, 483, 26, 51, 52, 102,, 
• 164, 168, 197, 289, 311, 341,' 

432. 
Buckman, 483. 
Buckmaster, 483. 
Bucks, 215. 

Buckstown, Me., 215, 216, 253. 
Budlong, 483, 171, 181, 418, 438. 
Bufifington, 165, 373, 441. 
Buffum, 49, 88, 96, 240, 334. 
Bugbee, 41, 176, 267. 
Bulkeley, 483. 
Bull, 483, 79, 390. 
Bullock, 483, 72, 75, 1 86, 215, 

233, 260, 270, 339, 406. 
Bump, 256, 295. 
Bundy, 177. 
Bunker, 302. 



INDEX 



XV 



Burbank, 32, 156, 370. 

Burbeck, 483. 

Burd, 483. 

Burden, 483, 230, 295. 

Burdick, III, 175, 197,286,318, 

321, 333. 359. 377- 
Burge, 328. 

Burgess, 483, 218, 227, 275, 277, 

297, 354. 448. 
Burglary, 495, 496, 534, 553, 

.554. 567- 
Burial Ground, 491, 568. 
Burial Ground, North, 492, 495, 

512, 529, 530. 
Burial Ground, West, 499, 512, 

520. 
Burke, 483. 

Burkes Co., Pa., 355, 421. 
Burkitt, 483, 324. 
Burling, 49. 
Burlingatne, 483, 131, 184, 220, 

228, 263, 300, 368, 383, 459. 
Burlingham, N. Y., 146, 162, 

378- 
Burlington, N. J., 83, 203, 237, 

480, 558. 
Burlington, N. Y., 250. 
Burnham, 366. 
Burnett, 459. 
Burr, 484, 22, 65, 66, 83, 112, 

123, 138, 158, 176, 270, 294, 

295, 312, 318, 327, 375, 376, 

383, 388, 445. 
Burrel], 484, 108, 176, 208, 340, 

429. 
Burrill, 484. 
Burrillville, R. I., 26, 92, 96, 

105, 106, 120, 122, 123, 154, 

176, 178, 240, 247, 295, 318, 

322, 336, 342, 346, 352, 356, 

437. 448, 449. 452. 
Burrington, 484. 
Burrough, 484, 44, 404, 408. 
Burroughs, 484, 171, 172, 251, 

276, 332. 
Burrows, 113, 260. 
Burt, 484, 55, 125, 219, 265. 
Bush, 193, 289, 413. 
Bushby, 305. 
Bushee, 41, 165. 



Bushfield, Va., 569. 

Bussey, 403. 

Bute, Earl of, 95. 

Butler, 484, 26, 34, 144, 214, 

274, 278, 335, 332, 374, 433, 

560. 
Butts, 135, 158, 232, 294. 
Byers, 284. 
Byles, 484. 
Byrne, 58, 100. 
Byron, Lord, 231. 



Cabot, 273. 

Cables, 484. 

Cadman, 163. 

Cadwith, 484. 

Cady, 93, 147, 190, 191, 248, 275, 

332, 460. 
Cahoone, 485, 29, 145, 175, 276, 

322, 338. 
Cain, 224. 
Cairnes, 307. 
Calahan, 78. 
Calcutta, India, 277. 
Calcutta, negro, 563. 
Calder, 230, 270, 295. 
Caldwell, 485, 78. 
Callahan, 119, 459. 
Callander, 485, 98, 186, 255. 
Calvert, 261, 437. 
Cambridge, Mass., 22, 82, 154, 

193. 263, 343, 357, 400, 414, 

417, 424, 458, 505, 559, 566, 

568, 573- 
Cambridgeshire, Eng., 522. 
Camden, Me., 41, 345. 
Camden, S. C., 244, 267, 343. 
Cameron, 485, 412. 
Campbell, 485, 96, 113, 127, 265, 

270, 314, 365, 375. 
Canaan, Ct, 319, 380, 393. 
Canada, 511. 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 168, 302, 

410. 
Canary, Vt, 29. 
Cancer in ear, 484. 
Candia, N. Y., 302. 



XVI 



INDEX 



Candidate, Minister, 379, 450. 
Candle Machinery, 549. 
Canfield, 46, 244. 
Caning, 363. 
Cannon, 407. 
Cannonsburgh, 533, 569. 
Canterbury, Arch Bishop of, 

410. 
Canterbury, Ct., 27, 64, 166, 262, 

264, 333. 358. 
Canton, China, 550, 551 
Canton, Mass., 42. 
Cape Ann, 481, 533, 566. 
Cape Cod, 250, 32J. 
Cape Elizabeth, 65. 
Cape Francois, 97, 249. 
Cape St. Francois, W. I., 481, 

492, 498, 526, 533, 537. 
Cape of Good Hope, 551. 
Cape St. Nicholas Mole, W. I., 

549- 
Cape Tiberoon, 551. 
Capernaum, 393. 
Capron, 23, 88, 343, 383, 425, 

437, 439 
Captain U. S. Navy, 139, 237, 

395. 482. 
Card, 485. 137, 351, 358. 
Carew, 404 
Carey, 485. 
Cargill, 22b, 52, 55, 149, 207, 

247. 
Carlile, 485, 321. 
Carlisle, 485, 72. 
Carlisle, Pa., 516. 
Carlton, 87. 
Carmichael, 485. 
Car mo. Palace of, 458. 
Carnes, 485. 
Caroline, Princess, 410. 
Carpenter, 485, 41, 42, 57, 65, 

80, 90, 9>,93. 123, 154. 158, 
169, 178, 179, 186, 199, 203, 
217, 220, 222, 247, 264, 269, 

290, 334. 340. 371, 374. 40s. 

409, 419,426,430,431,434, 

444, 450, 452, 460. 
Carpenter (Trade), 471. 
Carrington, 144. 
Carrique, 22, 43, 87, 165, 216, 



Carrique, — Continued. 

269. 
Carroll, 486, 97, 329, 364- 
Cartee, 88, 174. 
Cartel Analostan, 344. 
Carter, 19, 23, 281, 394, 482. 
Carthagena, W. I., 547. 
Carty, 439. 
Carver, 486, 97, 129. 
Cary, 136. 
Case, 486, 146, 229, 320, 343, 

428. 
Casey, 486, 78, 106, 168. 
Cash, 173- 
Cashier, 64, 138, 196, 213, 240, 

243, 391, 445, 523- 
Cass, 486. 
Cassavelli, 486. 
Castle, 315. 
Castoff, 214. 
Caswell, 486, 195'. 
Cat, 549. 
Cathcart, 486. 
Catholic Con. Church, Bristol, 

269, 298. 
Catskill, N. Y., 27, 83. 
Cazneau,'486. 

Centinel, Boston, 314, 315, 576. 
Central Falls, R. I., 86, 142, 167, 

252, 330. 
Centre, 190, 292. 
Centreville, S. C, 50, 391. 
Centreville, 26, 109, 171, 428. 
Ceremony, Friends', 305. 
Chace, 487, 25, 43, 71, 89, 90, 

III, 113, 114, 126, 155, 159, 

161, 167, 173, 178, 196, 199, 

208, 210, 238, 268, 28 r, 300, 

308, 312, 321, 364, 368, 377, 

389, 416, 423, 460. 
Chaffee, 487, 52, 69, 93, 186, 

228, 312, 380, 553. 
Chaisej 497. 
Chaloner, 99. 
Chamberlain, 131, 376. 
Chamberlain (servant), 213. 
Champlain, 487, 31, 131, 139, 

172, 218, 228, 277, 280, 301, 

364, 390, 435, 442. 
Campney, 326. 



INDEX 



XVII 



Chancellor, Lord H igh, 492. 
Chandler, 487, 75, 81, 91, 92, 99, 

138, 244, 300, 390, 391, 393, 

436. 
Channel, British, 507. 
Channing, 487, 51, 54, 55, 100, 

272, 340, 367, 378. 
Chantilly, Va., 526. 
Chapel, Methodist, 184. 
Chapin, 23, 62, 212, 268, 386, 

421. 
Chaplain, 42, 515. 
Chapman, 239, 300, 347. 
Chappell, 380. 
Chappotin, 37, 267. 
Chariton, Mo., 388. 
Charles III, 487. 
Charleston, Ind., 224, 376. 
Charleston, S. C., 21, 30, 35, 36, 

42, 56, 58, 62, 70; 72, 74, 

102, 103, 106, 112, 113, 117, 

125, 129. 133. 135. 139, 147, 
152, 172, 174, 177, !82, 191, 
194,213, 214, 231, 23s, 236, 
240, 249, 263, 27s, 278, 287, 
294. 304- 306, 312, 3 IS. 377. 
379. 380, 381, 392, 396, 403, 
40s, 408, 413, 416, 417, 42S, 
430, 446, 450, 454, 458, 471, 
475. 477. 478, 483. 494. 496, 
497, 498, 499, 501, 502, 506, 
S09. SIS. S16, S18, 532, S33, 
534. 538. S41. 542. 549. SS4, 
5S8. SS9. S6o, 562, 564, 566, 
S70, 573, S7S- 

Charleston, S. C, Theatre. 575. 

Charlestown, Mass., 59, 74, 129, 
211, 255, 262, 314, 328, 366, 
367, 398, 416, 446, 458, 473, 

475. 495. S07. 555, 56o, 563. 
Charlestown, Mass., Navy Yard, 

299, 563- 
Charlestown, R. I., 57, 86, 102, 

359. 374, 377. 435. 44 1, 5o8. 
Charlotte Co., N. C, 300. 
Charlotte, Ship, 489. 
Charlton, Mass., 34, 85, 165, 189, 

2X2, 256, 283, 285, 300, 365, 

532, 555- 
Charlton, Miss., 235. 



Charlton, Mo., 150. 

Chatham, Ct., 183. 

Chatham, Mass., 283. 

Chatman, 299. 

Chauncey, 487. 

Checkley, 364. 

Chedell, 99. 

Cheeseley, 276. 

Cheever, 143, 409. 

Chelsea, Ferry Dock, 519. 

Chepachet, R. I., 180, 412, 445, 

494- 
Cheraw, S. C, 217, 443. 
Cherokee, 410. 
Cherokee, Chief, 45, 334. 
Cherokee Indians, 258, 457. 
Cheshire, Eng., 412. 
Cheshire, Mass., 39, 268, 296, 

480, 521. 
Chessman, 117. 
Chester, 88, 176, 200. 
Chester, Eng., 448, 455. 
Chesterfield, 488. 
Chesterfield, Mass., 560. 
Chevalier, 488. 
Chew, 249. 
Chicken, 185. 
Chickering, 488, 44. 
Chief, African, 527. 
Chief Justice, H. B. M. Court 

of Common Pleas, 211, 342. 
Chief Justice, Court of Common 

Pleas, Kent Co., R. I., 508. 
Chief Justice of Conn., 467. 
Chief Justice, County Court, 

562. 
Chief Justice of N. J., 480, 524. 
Chief Justice of N. Y., 577. 
Chief Justice, Province of Penn. 

36 
Chief Justice, U. S., 24, 214. 
Chief of the Cherokees, 334. 
Child, 488, 66, 118, 142, 168, 

232, 245, 269, 318, 404, 428. 
Childs, 488, 243, 374. 
Chili, S. A., 124. 
Chillicothe, Ohio, 196, 239. 
Chilson, 488, 377. 
China, Me., 174. 
Chittendon, 48S. 



XVIII 



INDEX 



Choate, 202. 

Chocolate Mills, R. I., 81, 98, 
IIS, 185. 

Christ Church, Parish, S. C, 
468. 

Christ, First Church of, Boston, 
487. 

Christie, 488. 

Christer, 488. 

Christian Church, 322. 

Christian Courant, 144. 

Christian, Watchman, 66, 6t. 

Christiania Bridge, Del., 550. 

Chronicle of Boston, 156, 299. 

Chronicle, Independent, Phil., 
Pa., 468, 525. 

Chronicle of U. S., 465 to 577. 

Church, 4S8, 31, 223, 287, 335, 
380, 384, 416. 

Church, Baptist, 555, 575- 

Church, Congregational, 538, 
547, 551. 569. 

Church, Episcopal, 215, 256. 

Church, Dr. Snow's, 528. 

Church, St Preston, Eng., 574. 

Churchill, 155, 174, 251. 

Cincinnati^ Member of the, 553. 

Circuit, First U. S., 528. 

Cistern, 568. 

Civil Officer of U. S., 529. 

ClafHin, 217, 360. 

Claibourne, 43 

Claims, British, 519. 

Clapp, 257, 421, 456. 

Clarke, 488, 25, 31, 41, 54, 64, 
68, 69, 71, 74, 80, 83, 86, 88, 
89. 92, 94> 97, 98, 104, 109, 
117, 119, 120, 136, 138, 139, 
140, 143, 144, 151, 156, 157, 
168, 173, 17s, 178, 190, 193, 
196, 201, 210, 214, 260, 261, 
268, 270, 280, 281, 283, 287, 
290, 320, 326, 340, 348, 3SS, 
372, 374, 375. 378, 379. 396, 
399. 404. 415.419. 420, 423. 
424,427,433, 435, 443, SI I, 

538. 
Clark's Bridge, Scot., 224. 
Clastand, 446. 
Clavarack, N. Y., 57, 404, 484. 



Clay, 489, 99, 360. 

Clemments, 96, 384. 

Clemmons, 366. 

demons, 281. 

Clemsford, Mass., 197, 278. 

Clerk of Superior Court, 494. 

Cleveland, 489, 100, 130. 

Cleveland, O., 436. 

Clifford, 489, so, no, 338, 412. 

Clinton, Ga., 200, 206. 

Coast, African, 486, 491, 496, 

S09, 527, 542. 563, S6s. 
Coast, American, 507. 
Coast, Labrador, 67, 327. 
Coast, Northwest, 494, 499, 515, 

529. 539- 
Coast, The, 483. 
Coates, 233, 423. 
Cobb, 489, 138, 141, 194. 
Coberg, Prince of, 410. 
Cobleigh, 214. 
Coburn, 415. 
Cockran, 56, 330. 
Coddington, 489, 26, 382, 397, 

451- 
Coffee House, 480. 
Coffin, 228, 236, 2S4. 
Coggeshall, 490, 130, 157, 17s, 

203, 235, 248, 327, 3S9, 376, 

387, 389, 395. 414, 436, 570. 
Coit, 90. 

Colchester, Ct., 390. 
Cole, 490, 28, 49, 55, 72, 100, 

160, 174, 19s, 220, 224, 262, 

267, 276, 301, 332, 334, 350, 

359, 382, 394, 405, 416, 422, 

427. 
Coleman, 490, 33, 46, 49, 112, 

122, 281, 331. 
Colerain, Ire., 569. 
Colerain, Mass., 206. 
Collector of Customs, 44, 56, 

159, 163, 363, 402. 
Collector, Department, 327. 
Collector of Port, 477. 
Collier, 217. 
Collins, 490, 83, 85, no. III, 

n6, 158, 166, 190, 214, 225, 

237, 257, 263, 272, 290, 344, 

376, 421. 



INDEX 



XIX 



Colman, 450. 

Colonel of Militia, 480. 

Colonial Agent to G. B., 530. 

Colony Treasurer, 508. 

Colerama, Va., iii. 

Columbia College, in, 205, 214, 

224, 378. 
Columbia College, Pres. of, 360. 
Columbia Co., O., 348, 364. 
Columbia, D. C, 456. 
Columbia Dist., Va., 360, 378. 
Columbia, Penn., 333. 
Columbia, Schooner, 514, 517. 
Columbia, Ship, 509. 
Columbia, S. C, 95, 362, 511, 

562. 
Columbia, W. I., 568. 
Columbian Informer, 477. 
Columbian Phenix, 84, 172, 396, 

431- 
Columbian Reporter, 421. 
Colver, t^S. 
Colwell, 490, 120. 
Comb, 313. 
Comedian, 468, 477, 514, 515, 

524, 534, 542, 569, 57S, 576. 
Commandant Master, 174, 310. 
Commander of British Fleet, 

234 
Commander in Chief British 

Navy, 507. 
Commander Halifax Station, 

565. 
Commander, Nautical, 493, 498, 

.511. 537, 544, 567. 
Commander Revenue Cutter, 

529. 
Commander U. S. Navy, 399. 
Commercial Advertiser, N. Y., 

196, 250. 
Commissionary General, 47, 398. 
Commissioner, The American, 

519. 
Commissioner Loans, 478. 
Commissioner Treasury Board, 

76, 258. 
Compton, 490. 
Comptroller, 184, 213. 
Comstock, 490, 33, 68, 73, 95, 

lor, 157, 166, 175, 183, 210, 



Comstock, — Continued. 

211, 273, 278, 296, 322, 352, 

385, 395, 423. 433. 474- 
Conant, 189 

Concord, Mass., 71, 283, 288. 
Concord, N. H., 577. 
Concord, Ship, 559. 
Condy, 148, 296. 
Cone, 208. 
Congdon, 490, 32, 52, 97, 149, 

259, 272, 286, 306, 420, 477. 
Congregational Church, 515, 

5 17, 538. 547. SSI, 563, 569. 
Congregational Church, Hollis- 

ton, Mass., 157, 430. 

Congregational Church, Tiver- 
ton, R. I., 281. 

Congregational Meeting flouse, 
west of river, 501. 

Congress, 533, 538, 566. 

Congress, Member of, 31, 43, 46, 
54, 87, 383, 449, 477, 486, 

S07. S23. 533. 575- 

Connecticut, 122, 147, 162, 177, 
196, 235, 293, 320, 328, 340, 
353, 383. 386, 496, 535- 

Connecticut and R. I., Protest- 
ant Bishop of, 550. 

Connecticut Assembly, ;;4i. 

Connecticut, Chief Justice of, 
467. 

Connecticut Courant, 151, 420. 

Connecticut, District of, 529. 

Connecticut Gazette, 103, 104, 
360, 509. 

Connecticut, Governor of, 509, 

518, 527, 564, 566. 
Connecticut Journal, 509. 
Connecticut Mirror, 282. 
Connecticut, Secretary of State, 

576. 
Connecticut Sentinel, 564. 
Conner, 173. 
Connett, 379. 
Constantine, 93. 
Constantinople, Tur., 467. 
Constitution, Frigate, 363, 399. 
Consul, American, 352, 404. 
Consul, British, 87. 
Consul, British, for R. I., 481. 



XX 



INDEX 



Consul, Danish, for U. S., 253. 

Consul, U. S., 492, SSI. 

Consul General to Bavarian Re- 
public, 126. 

Consul Genera], Brit., 376, 4S4, 
560. 

Continental Army, loi, 131, 

151, 171, 225, 339, S04, SSI- 
Continental Navy, 124, 261. 
Convert, Christian, 144. 
Conway, N. H., 320. 
Conway, Vt., 61. 

Cooke, 491, 31, 72, 7S, 77, 89, 
US, 121, 132, 133, 139, 143, 

152, 159, 167, 171, 179, 191, 
219, 236, 240, 2S4, 260, 261, 
266, 293, 317, 329, 330, 362, 
380, 403, 414. 415. 422, 424. 

Cooley, 125, 418. 

Coolidge, 97. 

Coombes, 117. 

Coomer, iSS- 

Cooper, 491, 61, 118, 232, 247, 

248, 262, 273, 347, 365, 4S3. 
Cooper (trade), Soi, S42. 
Cooper's Drawing Knife, SS8. 
Cooperstown, N. Y., 32, 207, 

342, 356, 467. 
Copland, 229. 
Corbett, 97. 
Corbin, 408. 
Corde, 491. 
Cordwainer, 213, 381. 
Corey, 491, 119, 134, 135, 203, 

234, 242, 256, 279, 365, 402, 

421, 433- 

Corliss, 492, 314. 

Corn, S72. 

Cornell, 492, 4S, 76, 88, 89, 97, 
114, 142, 147. 159, 172, 182, 
188, 20s, 216, 219, 284, 293, 
296, 304, 308, 321, 368, 379, 
395. 402, 426, 427. 

Cornwall, 300, 428. 

Cornwailis, Earl of, 277. 

Cornwell, 27, 56. 

Coroden, 251. 

Corp, 492, 132. 

Corpe, 492, 29. 

Corps, 221. 



Cortmill, 450. 

Cottier, 356. 

Cotter, 492. 

Cotton, 182. 

Cottrell, 338. 

Cottrell's Mill Dam, 50. « 

Country Journal, 19. 

Courant, Conn., 151, 420. 

County Court, Judge of, 531, 

554. 557. 562, 572. 

Courrier, Norwich, Ct., 150, 447. 

Court, Clerk of Superior, 494. 

Court of Common Pleas, Bristol 
Co., Mass., Judge of, 508, 
526. 

Court of Common Pleas, Judge 
of, S4S. 

Court House, Prov., 20, 522. 

Court, Inferior, 544. 

Court, U. S. Supreme, 417. 

Cove, 363. 

Coventry, Ct, 419, 437. 

Coventry, R. I., 40, 41, 62, 63, 
73. 74. 79. 86, 88, 96, loi, 
102, 103, 104, 107, 108, 118, 
134, 136, 140, 145. 157, 163, 
170, 171, 176, 177, 178, 181, 
184, 185, 193, 199, 221, 222, 
223, 227, 251, 253, 260, 266, 
269, 282, 289, 293, 294, 295, 
296, 297, 303, 323, 329, 332, 
336, 346, 347. 354. 355. 358, 
366, 367, 369, 374, 390, 40s, 
408, 411, 418, 421, 438, 441, 
442, 452, 459, 479. 499. 5o8, 
509, 512, 516, 529, 531, 542. 

Cow, 558. 

Cowell, 492, 148. 

Cowen, 69. 

Cowing, 492, 56, 408, 423. 

Cowley, 251. 

Cowpens, Hero of the, 533. 

Cowper, 492. 

Cox, 176, 251, 373, 398. 

Coxe, 563. 

Coy, 492, 270, 303. 

Cozzens, 492, 219, 314, 355, 390, 
393, 422, 430. 

Craft, 64. 

Crafts, 492. 



INDEX 



XXI 



Craig, 492. 

Craigsmore, Eng., 180, 366. 

Craix, 399. 

Cranberry, N. J., 553. 

Crandall, 492, 150, 180, 288, 330, 

387. 

Crane, 42, 293. 

Cranston, 492, 113, 129, 149, 
191, 231,340. 

Cranston, R. I., 38, 47, 48, 50, 
54, 63, 64, ey, 69, 70, 89, 91, 
92, 94. 95. 96, 102, 104, 107, 
113, 121, 122, 123, 124, 128, 
133, 13s. 147, 151, 160, 164, 
166, 168, 170, 173, 17s, 178, 
179, 181, 182, 183, 184, 187, 
190, 19s, 198, 199, 209, 210, 
212, 216, 218, 220, 221, 222, 
223, 228, 242, 253, 257, 261, 
272, 273, 277, 279, 283, 284, 
285, 286, 387, 289, 291, 292, 
29s, 296, 298, 299, 300, 309, 
314, 318, 319,320, 325. 329. 
330, 333. 338, 342, 349, 352, 
354, 356, 357, 365, 369, 171, 
374, 381, 383, 401, 403, 404, 
414, 417, 418, 419, 420, 422, 
426, 427, 428, 437, 441, 446, 

449, 451, 459, 460, 470, 473, 
483, 485, 486, 490, 491, 492, 
498, 512, 516, 524, 525, 529, 
532, 538, 540, 541, 542, 543, 
546, 549, 551, 556, 558, 564, 
568, 570, 574, 

Cranston, R. I., Second Baptist 
Church of, 181. 

Crapo, 315. 

Crapon, 492, 61, 106, 169, 198, 
258, 260, 273, 334, 349, 434, 

S63. . 
Crawford, 493, 37, 131, 180, 249, 

338, 361, 375, 384, 407, 448, 

451. 
Creighton, 117. 
Crennar, 23. 
Crew, 280. 
Cribbs, 493. 
Crigger, 493. 
Crocker, 23, 35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 

48, SI, 54, 56,60,66,70,71, 



Crocker, — Continued. 

74, 90, 93, loi, 105, 109, 
117, 120, 123, 125, 128, 133, 
134, 138, 152, 154, 163, 166, 
172, 173, 174, 182, 184, 196, 
199, 200, 202, 203, 207, 215, 
216, 218, 219, 221, 225, 228, 
236, 239, 247, 249, 255, 256, 
259, 261, 277, 279, 284, 285, 
288, 289, 291, 299, 301, 303, 
304, 308, 315,316, 317,326, 
328, 344, 345, 350, 359, 362, 
364, 366, 367, 368, 378, 382, 
391, 3q6, 403, 404, 408, 418, 
423, 446, 456. 

Crockran, 200. 

Crofut, 408. 

Crompton, 493. 

Cromwell, 509. 

Crook, 493, 44, 2q8. 

Crooke, 493, 

Crosby, 175, .188, 282. 

Cross, 493, !i7. 

Crossraan, 493, 140, 193. 

Crosswell, 267. 

Crow, 493, 65, 248. 

Crowelj, 375. 

Crowningshield, 68, 412. 

Chrouch, 454. 

Crump, 80, 105. 

Cudworth, 493, 226. 

Cullen, 493. 

Culver, 424. 

Culverson, 81. 

Cumberland, 493. 

Cumberland Co., Mass., 523. 

Cumberland Co., N. J., 89. 

Cumberland House, Eng:, 493. 

Cumberland Isle, S. C, 103, 109, 
336. 

Cumberland, R. I., 23, 25, 32, 

33, 34, 35, 49, 5°, 53, 57, S8, 
70, 71, 72, ^^, 78, 80, 81, 86, 
98, 114, 117, 122, 126, 128, 
133, 142, 147, 155, 163, 164, 
165, 166, 167, 169, 175, 179, 
185, 193, 202, 217, 219, 220, 
222, 225, 231, 232, 233, 240, 
246, 247, 251, 258, 259, 262, 
264, 269, 274, 277, 288, 292, 



XXII 



INDEX 



Cumberland, R. I.,— Continued. 
293. 295. 296, 301, 303, 317, 
322, 323, 328, 330, 335, 338, 
343, 34S. 346, 349, 352, 354, 
359, 360, 369, 370, 372, 380, 
381, 382, 392, 395, 396, 399, 
405, 406, 408, 409, 41 1, 419, 
421, 422, 424, 432, 433, 434, 
435, 442, 444, 445, 449, 450, 
455, 469, 481, 482, 486, 496, 
500, 507, 526, 527, 531, 539, 

569, 571- 572, 574- 

Cummings, 493, 88, 304. 

Cundall, 493, 412. 

Curian, 441. 

Curliss, 47. 

Currey, 493. 

Currie, 493. 

Curtis, 23, 54, 64, 66, 69, 74, 85, 
106, 107, 123, 131, 141, 178, 
184, 186, 248, 276, 286, 289, 
299, 300, 312, 330, 338, 344, 
346, 355, 366, 367,371,380, 
389, 399, 416, 419, 428, 448. 

Cushing, 28, I2t, 162, 163, 169, 
229, 247, 263, 267, 276, 293, 

298, 377. 395, 424, 445, 522. 
Cushman, 87, 94, 158, 230. 
Customs, Collector of, 44, 56, 

159, 163, 363, 402. 
Customs, Inspector of, 490. 
Cutler, (72, 226, 4t3. 
Cutter, 170, 239, 275, 315, 400. 
Cutter, Commander of Revenue, 

529. 
Cutts, 358. 

D 

Dabney, 21, 494. 

Daggett, 21, 494, 409, 496, 518. 

Dailey, 22, 494. 

Dalton, Mass., 28, 409. 

Dameron Place, Miss., 137, 234. 

Dana, 22, 494, 117, 199, 282, 

293, 344, 452. 
Danbury, Ct., 129, 209,408, 576. 
Danby, Vt., 137, 262. 
Danforth, 20, 23, 494. 
Daniels, 23. 
Danielson, 23. 



Danish Consul of Eastern States* 

118, 253. 
Danvers, Mass., 214. 
Danville, Ky.,483. 
Darby, 23. 

Darien, Ga., 124, 351. 
Darling, 23. 
Dart, 494. 

Dartmouth College, 432, 456. 
Dartmouth, Mass., 52, 333, 393, 

471, 552. 
Danville, 24. 
Davenport, 24, 494. 
David Porter, Privateer, 429. 
Davidson, 24. 
Davies, 24. 
Daviess, 24. 

Davis, 25, 494, 532, 574. 
Davison, 27, 495. 
Davol, 27. 
Davos, 495. 
Daws, 27. 
Dawless, 27. , 
Dawley, 27. 
Dawson, 27. 
Day, 27, 28, SI, 151, 264, 333, 

353, 356, 459- 
Dayton, 28, 495. 
Deacon, 501, 525, 570. 
Deaf and Dumb Institution, 

Hartford, Ct., 75, 82. 
Dean, 28, 495. 
Dearborn, 29, 495. 
Dearth, 29. 
Deas, 496. 
Deblois, 30, 495. 
Debuke, 30. 
Decatur, 30. 
De Chastellux, 495. 
Dedham, Mass., 21, 57, 81, 113, 

138, 19s, 211, 230, 252, 277, 
^^ 365. 396, 437,457,488, SOD. 
Dedham, Mass., Minerva, 514. 
Deerfield, Mass., 65. 
Deerhurst, Viscount of, 30. 
De Grasse, 495. 
Dehon, 30," 31, 74, 90, 147, 170, 

172, 208, 211,232, 306, 3rs, 
^ , 379, 414. 420, 440, 505. 
Deland, 30. 



INDEX 



XXIII 



Delarne, 30. 

Delaware Gazette, 120. 

Delia, 30. 

Delisle, 31. 

Demans, 495. 

Demerara, W. I., 498, 514, 517, 
561. 

Demille, 31. 

Deming, 31. 

Democrat and Farmer, 310. 

Democrat and Farmer's Journal, 
289. 

Demount, 31, 495. 

Dench, 31. 

Denham, 31. 

Denise, 31. 

Denison, 31. 

Denmark, 202. 

Dennis, 31. 

Dennis, Mass., 88. 

Dennison, 495. 

Denny, 32. 

Dennosse, 495. 

Dentist, in, 421. 

Department, the Northern, 487. 

Department of State, 460. 

Deputy Collector, 327. 

Deputy Quarter Master Gen- 
eral, 487. 

Derby, 495. 

Derryfield, N. H., 509, 547. 

De Saint George, 495. 

Desbrosses, 32. 

Deshon, 32. 

De Surmond, 

Detroit, Mich, 131, 225, 373, 
374,438,439, 511. 

Devens, 495. 

Devereaux, 495. 

Devonshire, Eng., 132, 245, 507. 

Dewey, 32. 

Dewhurst, 32. 

De Wolfe, 496. 

Dexter, 32, 311, 496, 532. 

Deyo, 496. 

De Bourbon, 35. 

De Bresson, 35. 

De Erckfoot, 35. 

De Eveleth, 35. 

De Forrest, 35. 



De Grasse, 36. 

De La Fayette, 36. 

De Lamatee, 36. 

De Lancey, 36. 

De Maltitz, 36. 

De Paul, 36. 

De Peyster, 36. 

De Rally, 36. 

De Witt, 36. 

De Wolfe, 36. 

Diamond, 37. 

Dibble, 37. 

Dickason, 37. 

Dickens, 37, 496. 

Dickerson, 37. 

Dickey, 496. 

Dickinson, 496. 

Dickinson College, Pa., Presi- 
dent of, 38, 454. 

Dickmaii, 38. 

Dickson, 38. 

Dighton, Mass., 84, 160, 174, 
187, [96, 210, 274, 278, 302, 

340, 371. 372, 373, 386. 414. 
446, 447, 455, 470, 531, 538, 

540, 545. 557- 
Dike, 38. 
Dill, 38, 454. 
Dilliber, 38. 
Dillon, 38. 
Diman, 38, 496. 
Dim and, 38. 
Dimond, 38. 
Director, 68. 

Director, U. S. Mint, 265. 
Distillery, 562, 568. 
District of Conn., 529. 
District Court, United States, 

for N. C, 558. 
District Judge, United States, 

for R. I., 530. 
Divinity, Hollis, Professor of, 

573- 
Divinity, Professor of, 70, 457, 

559. 
Divinity School, New Haven, 

Ct., 70. 
Dix, 38. 
Dixon, 39, 496. 
Dixson, 496. 



XXIV 



INDEX 



Doane, 39, 

Dockray, 39. 

Doctor, a Quack, 493. 

Dodds, 39. 

Dodge, 39, 566. 

DoUartown, 496. 

Dominica, U. S. Agent to, 515. 

Donaldson, 40. 

Donham, 40. 

Donnell, 40. 

Donnison, 40, 496. 

Doolittle, 40. 

Doorkeeper, 493, 538. 

Dorchester, Mass., 29, 202, 307, 

403, 540. 
Dorchester, S. D., 567. 
Dorr, 40, 497. 
Dorrance, 40, 497. 
Dorset, Vt, 571. 
Dorsey, 41. 
Dorville, 41. 
Dotherell, 41. 
Dough Dish, 518. 
Douglass, 41, 497. 
Douglass, Mass., 193, 503. 
Dover, N. H., 543. 
Dow, 93, 19s, 209, 435, 439. 
Dowd, 41. . 
Dowe, 41. 
Downer, 41, 497. 
Downing, 42, 497. 
Downs, 42. 
Doyle, 42. 

Doylestown, Pa., 289, 310. 
Dracut, Mass., 145, 197, 244, 

278. 
Dragoons, Eleventh Regiment 

of, 82, 154. 
Drake, 42. 
Draper, 42, 497. 

Drawing Knife, a Cooper's, 558. 
Drayton, 497. 
Dresser, 43. 
Drever, 43. 
Drewsville, N. H., 62. 
Driscoll, 43. 
Driver, 43. 

Drowne, 43,497, 153. 
Druggist, 476. 
Drusey, 44. 



Dryer, 497. 

Duane, 44. 

Duanesboro, N. Y., 241. 

Dubosque, 44. 

Duchess, the Grand, 265. 

Dudley, 44. 

Dudley, Mass., 66, 92, 399, 408. 

Duel, 484. 

Duer, 44. 

Dugua, 497. 

Duke, Hereditary, 265. 

Duke of St. Albans, 30. 

Duke of Saxe, 410. 

Dumott, 44. 

Duncan, 44, 497. 

Duncklee, 44. 

Dungenness, Ga., 109. 

Dunlap, 44, 497. 

Dunham, 44. 

Dunn, 45, 498, 145, 288. 

Dunton, 45. 

Dunwell, 45, 498. 

Du"Pan, 498. 

Durant, 45. 

Durfee, 46, 498. 

Durick, 46. 

Durham, Eng., 231. 

Durham, N. H., 511, 559. 

Dutch, 519. 

Dwight, 46. 

Dyer, 46, 417, 458, 498. 



Eagan, 48. 

Eager, 48. 

"Eagle," the, 272. 

Eagle Bank, 64, 138, 240, 243. 

Eagle, Mount Hope, 29. 

Eames, 49, 498. 

Earle, 49, 498, 139, 282, 395. 

East, 50. 

Easterbrooks, 50, 498. 

Easton, 51, 498, 532. 

East Bridgewater, Mass., 65, 

445- 
Eastbury Society, Ct., 189, 289. 
East Greenwich, R. I., 26, 27, 

31, 32, 46, S3, 55, 72, 78, 79, 



INDEX 



XXV 



East Greenwich, R. I., — Con. 
80, 84, 85, 86, 88, 92, 96, 
loi, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 
108, 109, no, 119, 141, 149, 
154, 15s, 161, 167, 169, 170, 
171, 180, 185, 221, 223, 224, 
231, 233, 234, 238, 24s, 249, 
250, 253, 262, 266, 272, 279, 
281, 284, 297, 318, 325, 327, 
328, 354, 355, 356, 358, 36s, 

375. 376, 385, 390, 394. 396, 

397, 400, 401, 402, 421, 423, 

425, 432, 437.452, 461, 468, 

469, 473, 481, 48s, 486, 491, 

503, 508, 509, 513, 533, 534, 

535. 536. 539. 543. 544. 554, 

556, 561, 563, 566, 570. 
East Haddam, Ct., 76, 155, 550, 

556. 
East Hartford, Ct., 541. 
East Indian Minister, 520. 
East Indian Statesman, 520. 
East Sudbury, Mass., 132, 295. 
East Town, Mass., 484. 
East Winsor, Ct., 146, 164, 217, 

226, 239, 399. 
Eastern States, Danish Consul 

for, 118. 
Eaton, 51, 178, 264. 
Eayres, 51. 
Eddy, 51, 499, 107, 142, 145, 

191, 247, 296, 310, 319, 332, 

379, 381, 388, 389, 399. 404- 
Edenburgh, N. Y., 54, 163. 
Edenburgh, Scot., 169, 323, 443, 

509, 528. 
Edenburgh, Scot., University 

of, 546. 
Edenton, N. C, 27, 416, 426, 

477. 519- 
Edes, 54, 499,. 21, 22, 24, 26, 30, 

33. 34- 35, 42. 44, 45, 48. 5°, 
52, 54, 56, 59, 6i, 65, 66, 67, 
68, 74, 78, 80, 86, 87, 88, 89, 
91, 96, 100, 104, 105, 106, 
107, 108, no, 112, 114, 116, 
117, 118, 120, 123, 125, 126, 
127, 128, 129, 133, 135, 140, 
142, 144, 148, 149, 151, 152, 
156, 157, 158, 162, 167, 168, 



Edes, — Continued. 

173, 174, 176, 177, 178, i8t, 
185, 187, 189, 196, 199, 202, 
205, 208, 209, 211, 216, 218, 
219, 220, 222, 225, 226, 230, 
231, 232, 234, 237, 239, 240, 
242, 246, 249, 250, 255, 256, 
257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 266, 
267, 269, 270, 273, 276, 279, 
280, 282, 284, 288, 291, 293, 
294, 301, 302, 310, 313, 314, 
315. 317. 319,321,326, 328, 
329, 331, 332, 337. 341, 344, 
345, 346, 350, 351, 355, 356, 
357, 359, 367, 369. 373. 388, 
392, 397. 399. 403. 404, 40s. 
407, 409, 410,411, 414, 420, 
422, 423, 424, 427, 430, 434, 
436, 438, 442, 444, 445, 447, 

452, 453. 456, 458. 

Edgar, 54. 

Edgartown, Mass., 385. 

Edisto Isle, S. C, 234. 

Editor, 24, 44, 51, 62, 84, 97, 
103, 150, 156, 172, 175, 187, 
193, 211, 228, 237, 244, 246, 
252, 272, 282, 289, 299, 304, 
310, 311, 314, 315, 371, 396, 
406, 420, 431, 447, 474,477, 
480, 485, 488, 509, 514, 522, 

525- 
Edmonds, 54, 499, 535. 
Edwards, 499. 
Egalite, 499. 
Elakin, 54. 
Elderkin, 54. 
Eldred, 54. 

Eldredge, 55, 499, 105, 122. 
Eldrich, 55. 
Eleventh Regiment of Dragoons, 

British, 82, 154. 
Elizabeth, 55. 
Elizabeth City, N. C, 72, 84, 

217, 236. 
Elizabeth, Queen of England, 

80, 392. 
Elizabethtown, N. J., 175, 244, 

335, 378, 420, 450, 488, 527. 
Elk Ridge, Md., 516. 
EUery, 55, 499. 



XXVI 



INDEX 



Ellet, s6. 

Ellicott, 56. 

Elliott, 56, 499. 

Ellis, 57, 499, 141, 145, 202, 294, 

299. 329. 342, 356, 395, 447. 

550. 
Ellison, 57. 

Ellsworth, Me., 70, 352. 
Elmendorf, 57. 
Elm Hill, R. I., 104. 
Elton, 57, 75, 128, 213. 216, 276. 

287, 294, 324, 359, 409, 421, 
Embassy, Am., to Eng., 339. 
Embassy, Russian, 36. 
Embassy, Secretary of, 339, 
Emerson, 57, 58, 263. 
Emery, 58. 
Emlen, 58. 

Emmons, 58, 69, 146, 182. 
Emperor, 548. 
Emperor Alexander, 457. 
Emperor of Austria, 523. 
Emperor of Russia, 265. 
Empress, 548^ 
Enfield, Ct., 41, 46, 172, 378, 

459- 

Engals, 58. 

England, 35, 36, 39, 58, 88, 98, 
125, 127, 163, 177, 178, 183, 
190, 193, 194, 196, 200, 206, 
211, 213, 242, 244, 246, 253, 
264, 281, 307, 311, 320, 366, 
377, 381, 406,410, 421, 468, 

493, S04, 505. 508, 514, S 1 7, 
522, 532, 535. 

England, An Embassy to, 339. 
England, Lord High Chancellor 

of, 58. 
England, Princess Royal of, 454. 
English, 58. 

English Author, 488, 522. 
English Throne, 495. 
Engineers, Capt. of, 533. 
Engineers, U. S. Corps of, 540. 
Engs, 58. 
Ennsworth, 58. 
Ensign, 474, 476, 481, 489, 564, 

575- 
Ensworth, 58, 500. 
Entwistle, 58. 



Episcopal Bishx)p of S. C, 554. 
Episcopal Church, 167, 196, 215, 
256, 433, 474, 476, 507, 538, 

544- 
Episcopal Yard, 485, 487, 548. 
Epping, Mass., 489. 
Erskine, 58. 
Erwing, 58. 
Esleck, 59. 

Essequibo, W. I., 470. 
Essex, 59. 
Essex, Eng., 499. 
Essex, Frigate, 560. 
Estes, 59. 
Etheridge, 59. 
Europe, 127, 526. 
Eustis, 59. 
Evans, 59. 
Everleth, 59, 500. 
Everlett, Mass., 195. 
Everett, 59, 207, 278, 471. 
Eversoll, 59. 
Ewen, 500. 
Ewing, 59, 103, 232. 
Exchange Bank, Prov., 465. 
Exchange, Sloop, 540, 553. 
Executive Secretary, 138. 
Executive Secretary of Md., 279. 
Exeter, N. H., 88, 89, 117, 312, 

502. 
Exeter, R. I., 27, 52, 56, 84, 85, 

107, 147, 150, 180, 181, 271, 

273, 277, 288, 293, 332, 355, 

359, 362, 387, 397, 408, 423, 
442, 511, 523, 545. 
Eyres, 60, 500. 



Fairbanks, 60, 500. 
Fairchild, 60. 
Fairfax Co., Va., 549. 
Fairfield, Ct., 449, 529, 550. 
Fairfield, Mass., 203, 227. 
Fair Haven, Mass., 286. 
Fairman, 60. 
Fairy, Irish, 523. 
Falconet, 60. 
Fales, 60, 500. 



INDEX 



XXVII 



Falkland Isles, 539. 

Fall River, Mass., 87, 99, 200, 

443. 455- 
Falmouth, Eng., 489. 
Falmouth, Mass., 57, 126, 229, 

290, 474, 533. 
Fanny, Brig, 496. 
Farbush, 61. 
Fardice, 500. 
Fargo, 61. 
Farlie, 61. 
Farmer, 500. 

Farmer and Democrat, 310. 
Farmer of Glocester, N. J., 92, 

100. 
Farmer's Boy, 137. 
Farmer's Journal and Democrat, 

289. 
Farnham, Eng., 136, 424. 
Farnsivorth, 61. 
Farnum, 61. 
Farquhar, 62. 
Farrier, 62. 
Farris, 62. 
Fassett, 62. 
Faxon, 62. 
Fayal, W. I., 573- 
Fayerweather, 339. 
Fayetteville, N. C, 63, 209, 241, 

373, 486, SS2, SS8. 
Fearing, 62. 
Featherstonbough, 62. 
Federal Gazette, Baltimore, Md., 

56, 135- 
Federal, Orrery, 261. 
Federalist of Hampdon, Mass , 

38. 
Fell, 62, 500. 
Fellows, 62. 

Fellow of R. I. College, 500. 
Fenner, 62, 500. 
Fenner's Corner, Prov., 465. 
Fenno, 64. 

Ferdinand IV, 213, 321. 
Ferguson, 64, 501, 69, 224, 279, 

450. 
Fern, 64. 
Fessenden, 65. 
Ficket, 65. 
Field, 65, SOI, 252, 571. 



Field's Point, R. I., 541, 571. 
Fifeshire, Scot., 169, 323. 
Fifield, 69, 191. 
Fifteenth Regiment, Hussars, 

169, 323- 
Fifty-fifth Regiment of British 

Infantry, 82, 154, 200, 235. 
Fighting Islandy Battle of, 131, 

225. 
File, 67. 
Fillis, 67, 501. 
Fillmore," 6j. 
Finch, 67, 501. 
Finney, 67. 
First Baptist Church, Boston, 

99, 382, 451. 
First Baptist Church, Newport, 

523- 
First Congregational Church, 

Newport, 363, 378. 
First Congregational Church 

and Society, Prov., 54, 66, 

138,225. 
First Congregational Church, 

New York, 414, 417. 
First Circuit, U. S. Judge of, 

528. 
First Church of Christ, Boston, 

487. 
First Church, Mansfield, Ct., 

549- 
First United States Infantry, 

511. 
Fish, 67. 
Fisher, 68, 23. 
Fisher's Island, 514. 
Fisherman's Gut, 67, 327. 
Fishing, 493, 552. 
Fiske, 69, 501, 2"], 60, 69, 70, 

141, 156, 165, 230, 269, 304, 

331, 381. 
Fitch, 70. 

Fitchburg, Mass., 280, 445. 
Fitzgerald, 70. 
Fitzpatrick. 70. 
Fitton, 70. 
Flagg, 70, 501. 
Flarett, 71. 
Fleet, 71. 



XXVIII 



INDEX 



Fleet, Commander of British, 

234 
Fleet, The British, 402. 

Fleming, 71. 

Fletcher, 71. 

Flint, 71, 502, 458. 

Florence, 71. 

Florence, A. T., 353. 

Flushing, L. I., 127, 320. 

Flynn, 71. 

Fobes, 72, 28, 104. 

Folger, 71. 

Follett, 71, 72. 

Folsum, 72. 

Fonerden, 72. 

Foot, 72. 

Forbes, 72. 

Ford, 72. 

Forgery, 540. 

Forman, 72. 

Forrester, 72. 

Fort, 72. 

Fort Dauphine, 472. 

Fort James, Ga., 532. 

Fortto, 72. 

Forty-ninth Regiment, British, 

211, 313- 

Fosdick, 73, 502. 

Foster, 73, 502, 465. 

Foster, R. I., 26, 41, 51, 52, 63, 
64, 73, 118, 119, 121, 122, 
123, 141, 143, 144, 14s, 173, 
174, 189, 227, 231, 262, 284, 
28S, 288, 293, 331,342, 344, 
376, 393. 395. 444. 447. 486, 
491, 531, 540, 552, 574. 

Faulkner, 74. 

Fowle, 74, 502, 29. 

Fowler, 74, 502. 

Fox, 76, 502. 

Foxboro, Mass., 379, 450. 

Fox Point, R. I., 532. 

Framingham, Mass., 51, 147, 
208, 262. 

France, 35, 472, 520, 527. 

France, Isle de, 198, 566. 

France, Major General of, 495. 

France, Secretary of Legation, 

35, 383- 
Frances, 502. 



Francis, ^6, 502, 305, 424. 
Frankfort, Ky., 24, 214, 504. 
Franklin, 76, 502. 
Franklin Co., Pa., 475- 
Franklin, Ct., 67, 273, 280, 425. 
Franklin, Mass., 58, 60, 69, 90, 
127, 146, 157, 180, 182, 230, 
233. 24s, 303, 322, 347. 406, 
419, 438, 482. 
Franklin, Ohio, 542. 
Frazier, TJ. 
Frederick, jy. 
Frederick Co., Md., 188, 282, 

450. 
Frederick Co., N. C, 577. 
Fredericksburg, Md., 559. 
Fredericksburg, Va., 105, 13 5, 

S69. 
Freebody, ^^, 502. 
Freeborn, 78. 
Freelove, 502. 

Freeman, 78, 315, 320, 34S, 368- 
Free Mason, 504. 
Free Mason, the Lady, 476. 
Freeport, Me., 533. 
Freetown, Mass., 127, 190, 256, 
262, 267, 334, 381, 400, 412, 
417,421, 428, 452. 
French, 78, 503, 137. 
French Loyalist, 495. 
French Minister to U. S., 505. 
French, Queen of the, 530. 
French Squadron, 505. 
Freneau, 78. 
Friend Minister, 23. 
Friend Preacher, 480. 
Friends' Burial Ground, Prov., 

482. 
Friends' Ceremony, 76, 305. 
Friends' Meeting House.Athens, 

N. Y., 168. 
Friends' Meeting House, Balti- 
more, Md., 135. 
Friends' Meeting House, Crans- 
ton, R. L, 168, 184. 
Friends' Meeting House, Dart- 
mouth, Mass., 52, 126. 
Friends' Meeting House, Dur- 
ham, Me., 174. 



INDEX 



XXIX 



Friends' Meeting House, East 
Greenwich, R. I., loi, 102, 
149,354,468. 

Friends' Meeting House, Fall 
River, Mass., 455. 

Friends' Meeting House, Foster, 
R. I., 293. 

Friends' Meeting House, Hop- 
kinton, R. I., no, 180, 442. 

Friends' Meeting House, Lom- 
bard St., Baltimore, Md., 
56. 

Friends' Meeting House, Nan- 
tucket, Mass., 71. 

Friends' Meeting House, New 
Bedford, Mass., 68, 130, 
149, 304, 305, 308, 383. 

Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port, R. I., 32, 49, 96, 114, 
190, 234, 238, 305, 306, 308, 

312, 331. 333, 337. 338, 341. 
423, 446. 

Friends' Meeting House, New 
York, III. 

Friends' Meeting House, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 58, 172, 237, 
246, 258, 263, 308, 319, 342, 
405. 

Friends' Meeting House, Ports- 
mouth, R. I., 25, 85, 191, 
238, 331, 408, 423. 

Friends' Meeting House, Provi- 
dence, R. I., 52, loi, 102, 
121 130, 140, 160, 167, 187 
200, 254, 323, 354, 40s, 430, 

Friends' Meeting House, Sand- 
wich, Mass., 315, 452. 

Friends' Meeting House, Smith- 
field, R. I.. 49, loi, 102, 
105, 122,- 131, 154, 339, 340, 

383- 

Friends' Meeting House, Som- 
erset, Mass., 114. 

Friends' Meeting House, Tiver- 
ton, R. I., 121. 

Friends' Meeting House, Woon- 
socket, R. I., 10 1. 

Friends', Society of, 473. 

Frieze, 79. 



Frink-, 79. 
Frith, 79. 
Frizzle, 79. 
Froding, 79. 
Frost, 79, 503. 
Frothingham, 79, 503. 

Fry, 79. 503. 

Fryer, 530. 

I'uffer, 80. 

Fuller, 80, 503, 26, 81, 276. 

FuUing Mill, R. I., 556. 

Fulton, 81. 

Fulton, Steamboat, 278. 

Furbush, 503. 

Furguson, 503. 

Fundy, Bay of, 512, 532. 



Gaddis, 484. 

Gage, 81, 504. 

Gaine, 504. 

Gair, 81, 504. 

Gale, 82, 504, 324. 

Gallaher, 504, 36. 

Gallendet, 82. 

Galton, 82. 

Gal way, N. Y., 231. 

Gambert, 82. 

Gammell, 46, 157, 236, 277, 313, 

352. 
Gannett, 82. 
Gano, 82, 504, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 

26, 27, 29, 33, 34, 37, 38, 40, 

41,42, 45. 46. 47. 49. 50, 51. 

52, 53. 54. 55. 57. 58, 59. 63, 

64, 66, 70, 71, 73, 74, 76, ^^, 

79, 80, 82, 84, 86, 87, 88, 90, 
91, 93. 95. 99. 100, 103, 104, 
105, 106, 107, no, 113, 115, 
116, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 
125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 131, 

132, 133. 134. 136. 138, 140, 
141, 142, 143, 144, 147, 148, 

150, 151, 153. 154, 157, 158. 

159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 

165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 

172, 173, 174, 176, 177, 179, 

187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 193, 



XXX 



INDEX 



Gano, — Continued. 

19s, 198, 199, 201, 202, 203, 
204, 206, 208,209, 210, 211, 
212, 214, 215, 2i6, 217, 218, 
219, 220, 221, 223, 224, 227, 
228, 229, 230, 232, 233, 234, 
23s, 237, 240, 242, 243, 244, 
246, 247, 248, 249, 252, 253, 
25s, 256, 257, 259, 266, 268, 
269, 270, 271, 272, 274, 27s, 
276, 278, 279, 280, 281, 283, 
285, 286, 287, 288, 291, 297, 
298, 299, 304, 306, 307, 308, 
309, 310, 311, 313, 314, 317, 
318, 319, 321, 323, 324, 325, 

327. 329. 330, 332, 335, 340, 
341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 

348, 349, 350, 352, 3S3, 354, 
355, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 
362, 364, 367, 368, 369, 370, 

371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 377, 

378, 379. 380, 381, 382, 383, 

384, 385, 386, 387, 390, 391, 

392, 393, 394, 395. 397, 398, 

399, 403, 40s, 407, 409, 411, 

412, 415, 416, 418, 421, 423, 

42s, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 

433, 434. 435, 436, 438, 439, 

441, 442, 445, 449, 453, 454, 

456, 457, 459, 460, 480, 499, 

523. 529- 
Gardiner, 82, 504, 30, 84, 85, 88, 

225, 294, 363, 399, 413, 428, 

430 
Gardiner, Me., 256. 

Gardiner's Neck, Mass., 84, 431. 

Garfield, 86. 

Garrett, 504. 

Gas, 568. 

Gaston, 86. 

Gary, 86. 

Garzea, 86. 

Garvitt, 86. 

Gay, 88, 504, 268. 

Gazee, 87. 

Gazette, Albany, N. Y., 570. 

Gazette, Boston, 

Gazette, Connecticut, 103, 104, 

360, 509. 
Gazette, Delaware, 120. 



Gazette, Federal, 135. 

Gazette, Georgia, 522. 

Gazette, New York, 187. 

Gazette, Portland, Me, 74, 333. 

Gazette, Providence, R. I., 17 
to 461. 

Gazette, Salem, Mass., 229. 

Gazette, State, 562. 

Gazette, U. S., 501. 

Gedding, 87. 

Geer, 87. 

General Assembly, 552, 557. 

General Assembly, Member of, 
486, 488, 520, 521, 530, 550, 
572, 489. 

General Assembly of New York, 

36. 
General Assembly of Penn., 

Member of, 515. 
General Attorney, 472, 487. 
General Attorney of Rhode 

Island, 507. 
General Brigade, 492, 506. 
General Commissary, 47, 398. 
General Treasurer, 488, 511. 
Genessee, N. Y., 567. 
Genet, 87. 
Geneva, N. Y., 522. 
Genevias,Duke of, 213, 321. 
Genmans, 87. 
Geoffrey, 505. 

Geographer Gen. of U. S., 518. 
George, 87, 505. 
George, Brig, 542. 
George II, y?, 218. 
Georgetown, D. C, 89, 112, 114, 

137, 402, 558. 
Georgetown, S. C, 387, 418, 

533- 
Georgetown, Va., 535. 
Georgia, 87, 103, 139, 140, 164, 

232, 301, 329, 364. 
Georgia Gazette, 522. 
Gerard, 505. 
Germaine, 505. 
Germantown, Pa., 560. 
Germany, U. S. Consul to, 530. 
Gerry, 87, 505. 
Geyer, 87, 505. 
Giant, Irish, 359. 



INDEX 



XXXI 



Gibbons, 87. 

Gibbs, 87, 505. 

Gibraltar, 447. 

Gibraltar Rock, 514. 

Gibson, 88, 505, 68, 84, 239, 241, 
280, 301. 

Giddings, 88. 

Gien, 505. 

Gifford, 88, 505. 

Gilbert, 89, 505. 

Giles, 89. 

Gill, 89, 505. 

Gillis, 89. 

Gillson, 89. 

Gilman, 89. 

Gilmore, 89, 505. 

Gilpin, 90. 

Gindrat, 90. 

Girard, 90. 

Gladding, 90, 506. 

Glasgow, Scot., 224. 

Glastonbury, Ct., 189, 284, 418. 

Glazier, 92. 

Gleason, 92. 

Glocester, Mass., 276, 360, 554. 

Glocester, N. J., 92, 100. 

Glocester, N. ]., Farmer, 92, 
100. 

Glocester, R. I., 39, 41, 52, 59, 
73, 96, TOO, 105, 106, 118, 
119, 121, 123, 128, 134, IS4, 
164, 176, 180, 181, 189, 192, 
19s, 203, 207, 210, 212, 221, 
228, 234, 238, 239, 240, 244, 
254, 256, 258, 26i» 262, 281, 
284, 288, 301, 322, 336, 337, 
338, 34 r, 342, 343, 344, 345, 
346, 347, 352, 356, 361, 362, 
36s, 368, 384, 392, 395, 397, 
403, 409, 410, 415, 419, 429, 
432, 443. 444> 446, 448, 450, 
452, 453, 473, 474, 490, 494, 
499, 514, 515, 517. 523, 530, 
537, 550, 555, 557, 564. 572, 
573, 574, 575- 

Glocester, West Parish, Mass., 
26. 

Glover, 92, 506. 

Gobdin, 92. 

Goddard, 92, 506, 19. 



Goddell, 93. 

Godding, '93. 

Godfrey, 93, 506. 

Goff, 94, 506, 531. 

Goffstown, N. H., 89, 237, 282, 

306. 
Goldsboro, 94. 
Goldsmith, 94. 
Goldthwaite, 506. 
Gomez, 94. 
Gonsolve, 94, 506. 
Goodale, 507. 
Goodenough, 94. 
Goodenow, 94. 
Goodhue, 94. 
Goodwin, 95, 507. 
Goose Creek, S. C, 532. 
Gordon, 95, 507. 
Gorham, 95, 507- 
Gorham, Me., 170, 532. 
Gorman, 96. 
Gorton, 96, 507, 475. 
Gory, 96. 
Goshen, Ct., 510. 
Goss, 96. 
Gould, 96. 
Gouverneur, 97. 
Gouvernam, 97. 
Gouche, 97. 
Governor of Conn., 509, 518, 

527, 564, 566. 
Governor of La., 305, 336. 
Govenor of Martinique, W. I., 

566. 
Governor of Md., 541. 
Governor of Mass., 511. 
Governor of N. H., 89, 117, 237, 

282, 425. 
Governor of N. J., 35, 77, 297, 

517. 527. 
Governor of N. Y., 393. 
Governor of N. C, 473. 
Governor of Penn., 323, 370. 
Governor of R. I., 88, 176, 489, 

490, 500, 516, 528. 
Governor of Vt., 488. 
Governor's Island, 485. 
Grace, 97. 

Graduate of B. U., 62, 134. 
Graduate of Harvard, 515. 



XXXII 



INDEX 



Graduate of Yale, 549. 

Grafton, 97, 507, 522, 

Grafton, Mass., 177, 372. 

Gramon, 97, 507. 

Gramond, 97. 

Granada, Isle of, 514, 517. 

Grandby, S. C, 5x1. 

Grand Duke, 548. 

Grand Duchess, 265. 

Grand Lodge of N. Y., Secre- 
tary of, 565. 

Grand Master of Masons, 486, 
496. 

Grandine, 507. 

Grant, 97, 507, 11 1, 170. 

Granville, 98. 

Grason, 98. 

Gratz, 98. 

Graupner, 98. 

Graves, 99, 507. 

Gray, 99, 508, 68, 265. 

Grayson, 100. 

Great Berhamstead, Eng., 492. 

Great Bridge, Prov., 465. 

Great Britain, 44, 62, 339, 563, 
570. 

Great Britain, Col. Agent, 530. 

Great Tower Hill, Eng., 170. 

Greaterax, 508. 

Greatracks, 10 1. 

Greave, 10 1. 

Greene, loi, 508, 20, 41, 86, 252, 
298, 304, 349, 377. 

Greenburgh, Pa., 58, 82, 226, 
265. 

Greenfield Co., N. C, 342. 

Greenfield, Ct., 474. 

Greenfield, N. Y., 69, 228, 531, 

575- 
Greenleaf, 110, 509. 
Greenian, no. 
Greenwich, Mass., 322. 
Greenwich, N. Y., 155,267, 306. 
Greenwich, R. I., 191. 
Greenwood, iii, 509. 
Gregg, III. 
Grellet, in. 

Grenada, Mass., 87, 213. 
Gretna Green, Scot., 58. 
Greuhm, in. 



Grew, in. 

Gridley, in, 509. 

Grieve, in. 

Grieves, in. 

Griffeth, in, 509, 564. 

Griffin, -in, 509. 

Grigg, III. 

Grill, 112. 

Grimke, 112. 

Grinaway, 136, 424. 

Grinnell, 112, 509. 

Grisby, 30, 431. 

Griswold, 112, 509, 22, 37, 38, 
60, 90, 95, 108, 112, 174, 
225, 227, 233, 240, 243, 244, 
267, 3 IS, 319. 326, 327> 335, 
336, 343. 345. 347. 402, 403, 
409, 441, 527- 

Grosvenor, 112. 

Groton, Ct., 171, 241, 260, 455. 

Grouchy, 113. 

Ground, Burial, 491. 

Groves, 113. 

Grow, 113. 

Gudgeon, 113. 

Guild, 113. 

Guilderland, N. Y., 290. 

Guile, 113. 

Guilford, Ct., 75, 82. 

Guilford, Vt., 217, 270. 

Gulick, 113. 

Gun, 113. 

Gunn, 113. 

Guphe, 113. 

Gurney, 1 14. 

Gushee, 196, 274, 447. 

Guthrie, 510. 

Guy's Hospital, Eng., 527. 

Gwynn, 1 14. 

Gyles, 510. 



H 



Hacker, 114, 510. 
Hackley, 510. 
Hadaway, 114. 
Hadley, 510. 
Had wen, 114. 
Hadwin, 114. 
Hagaboom, 510. 



INDEX 



XXXIII 



Hagon, 114. 

Haile, 114. 

Haimes, 115. 

Hair, 115. 

Hale, 115. 

Haley, 115. 

Halferstein, 44. 

Halifax, N. C, 501, 508. 

Halifax, N. S., 42, 67, 120, 124, 
158, 163. 

Halifax, Conn., 234, 283, 301, 
313, 360,402, 489, 517. 

Halifax Naval Station, 402. 

Halifax Naval Station, Comman- 
der of, 565. 

Hall, 115, 510, 126, 179, 220, 272, 
330, 347. 

Hallings, 387, 418. 

Halladay, 117. 

Hallett, 117. 

Hallibut, 510, 

Halliday, 117. 

Hallowell, 117, 509". 

Hallowell, Me., 58, 405, 434. 

Hallowell, Mass., 258, 334. 

Halsey, 117. 

Hamburgh, Ger., 186, 223, 530. 

Hamer, 117. 

Hamilton, 117, 376, 393. 

Hamlin, 1 17, 510. 

Hamm, 117, 511. 

Hammeken, 1 18. 

Hammett, 118, 511. 

Hammond, 118, 5 11, 251, 266, 
418. 

Hamock, 119. 

Hampden, Me., 59 

Hampden, Mass., 265. 

Hampden, Mass., Federalist, 38. 

Hampton, 511. 

Hampton, Ct., 107, 141, 142, 147, 
201, 354, 367, 424. 

Hampton, Mass., 401, 440. 

Hampton, N. H., 569. 

Hampton, S. C, 254, 367 

Hampton Roads, Va., 534, S46. 

Hamtranck, 511. 

Hancock Co., Me., 148, 327. 

Handcock, 119, 51 k 

Handley, 119. 



Handy, 119, 511. 

Hanley, 119. 

Hanover Co., Va., 360, 378. 

Hanover, Mass., 243, 344, 440, 
470, 505, 509, 516, 541. 

Hanover Square, Eng., 192, 292. 

Hanscum, 1 19. 

Hansom, Mass., 126, 367, 381, 
417. 

Harden burgh, 120, 512. 

Harding, 120, 512. 

Hardwich, Mass., 532. 

Hardy, 120, 114, 138. 

Hare, 120. 

Hargill, 512. 

Hargood, 120. 

Harker, 120. 

Harkman, 121. 

Harkness, 121, 512. 

Harper, 121. 

Harradon, 121 

Harrington, 121. 

Harris, 121, 512, 29, 202, 307. 

Harrisburgh, Pa., 323, 370, 567. 

Harrison, 124. 

Hart, 124, 5:2, 119, 276. 

Hartford, 124. 

Hartford, Co., Md., 5[0. 

Hartford, Conn., 31, 71, 72, 82, 
95, 105, III, 146, 151, 170, 
182, 205, 220, 255, 281, 319, 
366, 378, 398, 408, 411, 420, 
432, 436, 443.455, 458,459. 
475, 476,484,493, 512, 517, 

523. 566, 575. 576- 
Hartford, Ct, Times, 31. 
Harton, 512. 
Hartshorn, 124. 
Hartwell, 125, 357. 
Harvard College, 559, 563, 573. 
Harvard, Graduate of, 515. 
Harvard College, Prof, in, 254, 

417. 
Harvard, Mass., 244. 
Harvey, 125. 
Harvie, 512. 
Harwood, 125, 512. 
Haskell, 126, 513. 
H askings, 513. 
Haskins, 513. 



XXXIV 



INDEX 



Haslett, 126. 

Hastings, 126, 513. 

Hatch, 126. 

Hathaway, 126, 513. 

Hatheirleigh, Eng., 494. 

Hathway, 513. 

Hatter, 354, 374, 40i- 

Hatton, 127. 

Hattrick, 127, 513. 

Haughton, 127. 

Havana, W. I., 472,- 478, 491. 

492, 521. 554. 555, 568. 
Haven, 192, 201. 
Havens, 127. 
Haverhill, Mass., 44, 178, 228, 

237, 341. 342, 436, 532- 
Haviland, 127, 513. 
Hawes, 127, 513. 
Hawkes, 128. 
Hawkins, 128, 513. 
Hawley, 129, 97, 235. 
Hayden, 129. 
Hayes, 129, 513. 
Hayford, 129. 
Hayley, 129. 
Haynes, 129. 

Haystack, Lady of the, 527. 
Hayward, 129, 513. 
Hazard, 130, 513. 
Hazelton, 131. 
Hazen, 514. 
Hazlett, 131. 
Heacock, 131. 
Head, 131. 
Healey, 131. 
Health Officer, 526. 
Heard, 132. 
Heath, 132. 
Heathfield, 514. 
Heatley, 514. 
Heaton, 132, 514. 
Hebrew, Professor of, 549. 
Hebron, Ct., 89, 248. 
Hedding, 208. 
Heels, 132. 
Hefferlon, 132. 
Heileman, 132. 
Heines, 132. 
Heistand, 59, 224. 
Helme, 132, 5x4. 



Hell Gate, N. Y., 526. 

Hemingway, 62, 134. 

Henderson, 133, 514- 

Hendley, 133. 

Hendrick, 133. 

Henry, 133, 5i4- 

Henry, Brig, 127. 

Henshall, Eng., 402. 

Henshaw, 134. 

Herald, Lucayan, 485. 

Herald, New Jersey, 92, 100. 

Herald, U. S., 276. 

Hereditary Duke, 265. 

Herendeen, 134. 

Herns, 134. 

Hero of the Cowpens, 533. 

Hero of the Nile, 245^ 341. 

Hero of Sandusky, 200. 

Herreshoff, 134. 

Herrick, 134. 

Herring, 134. 

Herrington, 134, 514. 

Hershall, 514. 

Hertfordshire, Eng., 459, 492. 

Hervey, 134. 

Hesse Cassel, JT, 218. 

Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of, TJ 

Hesse, Durmstadt, ^^, 134. 

Hesse, Hamburgh, 55, 134. 

Heston, 134. 

Hetherington, 134. 

Hewes, 135, 5 1 5- 

Hewitt, 135. 

Heyward, 135. 

Hicks, 135, 515. 

Hidden, 135. 

Hieskell, 135. 

Higginson, 135, 515. 

High Court of Admiralty, 323 , 

337. 

High Sheriff, 256, 311. 

High Street, Providence, 466. 

Hill, 136, 515, 39, 78,80, 118, 
154, 156, 157, 169. 172, 173, 
174, 179, 192, 198, 206, 214, 
216, 219, 243, 257, 261, 268, 
306, 310, 336, 344, 371, 396, 
407, 410, 420, 421, 430, 432, 
436, 450, 573. 

Hillsdale, N. Y., 270, 379, 529. 



INDEX 



XXXV 



Hiltzheimer, 515. 

Hindman, 137. 

Hineley, 137. 

Hines, 137, 515. 

Hingham, Mass., 197, 321, 325, 
S04. 

Hingston, 137. 

Hinsdale, N. Y., 82, 189. 

Hipworth, 515. 

Hiscox, 137. 

Hispaniola, W. I., 551. 

Historian, 546. 

Hitchcock, 137, 515.24,31.73. 
^^, 80, no, 118, 124, 137, 
164, 183, 188, 189, 193, 221, 
268, 329, 341, 359, 362, 384, 

393. 396, 407, 523. 563, 573- 
Hives, 138. 
Hoar, 138, 515. 
Hobart, 515, 200. 
Hobbs, 138. 
Hodgdon, 138. 
Hodge, 139. 

Hodges, 138, 139, 515, 19s, 288. 
Hodgsdon, 139. 
Hoes, 139. 
Hoffman, 139. 
Hogg, 139, 180, 366. 
Hohenzellen, 139, 243. 
Holbrook, 139, 516, 20. 
Holburton, 139. 
Holcomb, 87, 398. 
Holden, 139, 516. 
Holdooff, 140. 
Holland (name), 140, 516. 
Holland, 565. 
Hollis, 140. 

Hollis, N. H., 169, 380. 
Hollis Professor of Divinity, 573 
Holliston, Mass., 157, 313, 430. 
Holman, 312, 447. • 
Holmes, 140, 516. 
Holmesburg, Pa., 166. 
Holroyd, 140, 498. 
Holsey, 141. 
Holt, 141, 516. 
Holt on, 142. 
Homer, 142, 151, 227. 
Hone, 142. 
Honeyman, 142. 



Honeywell, 142, 

Honors, Marine, 511. 

Honors, Masonic, 469, 474, 492, 

497. 502, 50s, 506, 507, 508, 

5 10, 511, 524, 530, 532, 537, 

538. 548, 553, 56s. 566. 
Honors, Military, 468, 492, 496, 

497. 505. 506, 516, 532, 534, 

548. S6i. 
Hockey, 142. 
Hood, 142. 
Hood, Lord, 245. 
Hoof man, 516. 
Hooper, 142. 
Hopkins, 142, 516, 134, 203, 313, 

S52. 
Hopkinson, 517. 
Hopkinton, Mass., 195, 223, 404, 

425, 522. 
Hopkinton, R. I., 80, 85, no, 

171, 180, 202, .213, 223, 258, 

262, 271, 364, 388, 396, 425, 

442, 451, 560. 
Hopoo, 144. 
Hopper, 517. 
Hoppin, 144, 517. 
Hopton, 145. 
Horbin, 145. 
Horn, 14s, 517. 
Home, 145. 
Horner, 517. 
Horswell, 145. 
Horton, 145, 517. 
Hoskins, 146. 
Hosmer, 146. 
Houselander, 146. 
House of Assistants, 490. 
House Carpenter, 555. 
Housekeeper, 490. 
House of Representatives, 

Speaker of, 479. 
House of Representatives, U. S., 

Speaker of, 325. 
House, Speaker of, 472. 
House, Upper, 472. 
Housewright, 499, 511, 538. 
Hovey, 146. 
Howard, 146, 517, 556. 
Howe, 147, 517. 
Howe, Lord, 323, 337. 



XXXVI 



INDEX 



Howell, 148, 517, 46; 54- 
Howland, 149. 
Hoxie, 150. 
Hoxsie, 150. 
Hoyle, 150, 517. 
Hubbard, 150, 517. 
Hudson, 150, 518, 472, 543. 
Hudson, N. Y.,89, 156, 16s, 167, 
168, 208, 209, 254, 289, 294, 

319, 330, 337. 373. 374, 387, 
438, 439, 451, 453, 475, 521, 

536, 538. 
Hughes, 151. 
Huguenot, 479. 
Hulett, 151. 

Hull, 151, 518, 182, 417. 
Hume, 152. 
Humes, 152. 
Humiston, 518. 
Humphrey, 152, 518. 
Humphries, 154. 
Hunnewell, 154. 
Hunt, 1 54, 518, 59.258,377- 
Hunter, 155. 
Hunting, 155. 
Huntington, 155, 518, 186. 
Huntley, 155. 
Hurd, 156. 
Hurlburt, 156. 
Hurley, 156, 518. 
Hurtin, 518. 

Hussars, 15th Regiment of, 323. 
Hussey, 156, 5x8. 
Hutchins, 156, 518. 
Hutchinson, 157. 
Huttlestone, 157. 
Hutton, 157. 
Hyatt, 157. 
Hyde, 157, S18. 
Hyde Co., N. C, 66, 330, 412.' 



Ide, 157. 

Illinois, 148. 

Illingworth, 158. 

Immick, 519. 

Independent Church, Phil., 468. 

Independent Chronicle, 525. 



India, 117. 

Indiana, State Bank of, 59, 166. 

Indian Chief, 537. 

Indians, 483, 522. 

Indians, Cherokee, 258, 457. 

Indians, Oneida, 520. 

Indian War, 535. 

Incliss, 158. 

Infante of Spain, 213. 

Infantry, U. S., ist Regiment, 

SIX. 
Infantry, U. S., 2d Regiment, 

, 430. 
Infantry, U. S., 3d Regiment, 

422. 
Inferior Court, 544. 
Informer, Columbian, 477. 
Ingalls, 158. 
Ingle, X58. 
Ingles, 519. 
Ingraham, 158, 5x9. 
Inman, X59. 
Inner Temple, 492. 
Innes, 519. 
Innholder, 486, 564. 
Inquirer, Nantucket, 228. 
Insane, 577. 
Inspector and Adjutant Gen., 

U. S., 263. 
Inspector of Customs, 490. 
Institute, Deaf and Dumb, 

Hartford, Ct., 75, 82. 
Intelligence, The, 31 x. ^=^ 

Intelligence, The Merrimac, 237. 
Intelligence, The Petersburg, 

Va., 38. 
Ipswich, Mass., 39, 88, 177, iSo, 

202, 214, 22X, 248, 3XX, 366, 

517- 
Iredell, 5x9. 
Irish, 159. 
Irish Fairy, 523. 
Irish Giant, 359. 
Ireland, 68, 79, X39, 237, 244, 

259. 278, 279, 295, 370, 394, 

492, 524- 
Irons, 159. 
Irving, X59. 
Isaacs, 519. 
Isle of St. John, 471. 



INDEX 



XXXVII 



Isle de France, 566. 

Isle of Wight, 394. 

Isle of Wight Co., Va., 159, 361. 

Italy, 213, 253. 

I vers, 519. 

Ives, "i 59, 519, 474 



Jack, 159. 

Jackins, 160. 

Jackson, 160, 519. 

Jacobs, 161, 520, 41, 73, 107, 

140, 153, 154, 228, 276, 291, 

296, 299, 330, 343, 356, 373, 

383, 408, 441. 
Jacques, 161. 
Jakeways, 161. 
Jamaica. Isle of, 290, 335, 358, 

396. 
Jamaica, Mass., 497. 
Jamaica, W. I., 413, 473, 510, 

545. 558. 
James, 161, 520. 
James River, Va., 485. 
Jamestown, R. I., 54, no, 127, 

196, 251, 253, 260, 274, 296, 

420, 423, 446, 486. 
Jawson, 162. 
Jaquays, 162, 520. 
Jaques, 520. 
Jaquette, 520. 
Jarman, 162. 
Jarvarddein, 520. 
Jarvis, 162, 35, 89, 124, 152, 242. 
Jastram, 162. 
Jay, 163, 520. 
Jebb, 520. 
Jeffers, 163, 520. 
Jeff ray, 163. 
Jeffrey, 163. 

Jenckes, 163, 520, 403, 541. 
Jenkin, 167. 
Jenkins, 167, 521. 
Jenkinson, 168. 
Jennings, 168. 
Jennison, 168. 
Jenney, 168. 
Jenyors, 522. 



Jepson, 168. 

Jerauld, 168, 522. 

Jersey City, N. J., 176, 206, 292, 
450. 

Jastram, 169. 

Jewell, 169. 

Jewett, 169. 

Jewish Society, 519. 

Jillson, 169. 

Jinson, 169. 

Jobson, 169. 

Johnson, 169, 522. 

Johnstown, N. Y., 96, 125, 230, 
372. 

Johnston, R. I., 28, 36, 44, 47, 
48, 49, 50, SI, 54, 59,63, 64, 
69. 70, 102, 104, 105, 106, 
108, 109, no, n6, 121, 122, 
123, 128, 129, 133, 134, 140, 
142, 155, 159, 165, 166, 172, 
17s, 178, 179. 181, 183, 184, 

193, 201, 204, 212, 221, 222, 
223, 238, 239, 240, 250, 255, 
256, 262, 276, 279, 285, 291, 

292, 293, 295, 300, 311, 325, 
330, 334. 335. 336, 338, 339, 
340, 343. 34c^. 347. 357. 361. 
36s. 369, 374, 376, 377. 383. 
387. 39', 404, 415, 417. 418, 
419, 420, 426, 427, 435, 437, 
441, 444, 447, 448, 453, 470, 
471, 473. 476, 478, 482, 483. 
499. 500, sor, 508, 512, 513, 
524, 526, 530, S3r, 536, 538, 
539. 554, 561. 563. 564, 568, 
569. 574- 575. 576. 

Johannett, 171. 

Joiner, 506. 

Jones, 171, 522, 61, 74, 197, 418, 
476. 

Jones Co., Ga., 200, 206. 

Jones Creek, N. C, 476. 

Jordan, 175, 523. 

Joseph, 523. 

Josephine, 175. 

Josephine, Empress, 373. 

Joslin, 175. 

Josslyn, 523. 

Journal, American, 465. 

Journal, Connecticut, 509. 



X XXVIII 



INDEX 



Journal, Country, 19. 

Journal, Democrat and Farmer, 

289. 
Journal, Manufacturer's and 

Farmer's, 67, 233. 
Journal, New Jersey, 175, 244. 
Journal, Philadelphia, 480. 
Journal, Providence, 20. 
Jndd, 175. 523. 
Judge of County Court, 531, 554, 

SS7, S72. 
Judge Court of Common Pleas, 

545- 

Judge Court Common Pleas, 
Bristol Co., Mass., 526. 

Judge New Jersey District 
Court, 480. 

Judge Superior Court, 490. 

Judge Superior Court of Con- 
necticut, S41. 

Judge, State, 567. 

Judge, A Territory, 566. 

Judge U. S. District of Penn- 
sylvania, 517. 

Judge U. S. Supreme Court, 

393> 417, 519- 
Judson, 98, 140, 178, 369. 
Julius, 523. 
Juno, Ship, 540. 
Justice, 175. 

Justice of Peace, 500,-5 17. 
Justin, 175. 



K 

Kaigh, 175. 

Kaighn, 175. 

Kain, 175. 

Kallock, 175. 

Kampen, 523. 

Kane, 175. 

Karhamanha, 176. 

Kasson, 176. 

Kaull, 176. 

Keech, 176, 523. 

Keep, 176. 

Keene, 176, 523. 

Keene, N. H., 59, 74, 477. 

Keese, 177. 



Keith, 177, 381. 
Kell, 177. 
Keller, 177. 
Kelley, 177, 523. 
Kellogg, 51, 147. 
Kelso, 523. 
Kelton, 178, 524. 
Kempton, 178. 
Kendall, 178. 
Kenna, 524. 

Kennebec River, Me., 512. 
Kennedy, 179, 524. 
Kent, 179, 524, 243. 
Kent Co., Del., 185. 
Kent Co., Md., 422, 440. 
Kentucky, 100, 214, 283. 
Kentucky Militia, 536. 
Kentucky, U. S. District Attor- 
ney for, 24. 
Kenyon, 180. 
Kerr, 180, 524. 
Ketchum, 180. 
Kettery, Me., 539. 
Key, 524. 
Keyes, 180. 
Kidder, 180. 
Kilburn, 180, 524. 
Killam, 238, 247, 307, 355. 
Kilhngly, Ct., 23, 29, 27, 28, 34, 
42, 46, 51, 60 86, 92, 93, 
107, 116, 136, 148, 151, 156, 
161, 174, 186, 189, 190, 192, 
199. 200, 219, 239, 257, 264. 
268, 274, 281,288,307,311, 
314. 330, 331.333,338,344, 
345, 353- 356, 360, 365, 394, 
40s, 4>i, 438,439,443,444, 
,,.,,.451.459. 473, 494- 
Kilhngworth, Ct., 504. 
Kilton, 180. 
Kimball, 180. 
Kinderhook, N. Y., 139, 420, 

476, 510. 
Kmg, 181, 524, 39, 99, 112, ISO, 

268. 
Kingman, 182. 
King's Attorney, 471. 
Kingsboro, N. Y., 125, 187. 
Kingsbury, 182. 
Kingsley, 182. 



INDEX 



XXXIX 



Kingston, Mass., 74, 548. 

Kingston, N. Y., 162, 458. 

Kingston, U. C, 31, 91, 315. 

Kinnecutt, 183, 524. 

Kinnicutt, 524. 

Kinsey, 524. 

Kirby, 183. 

Kirk wood, 524. 

Kitto, 524. 

Klopstock, 525. 

Knapp, 183, 524. 

Kneeland, 183, 525. 

Knife, 543. 

Knight, 183, 525, 40, 47. 105, 

129, 144, 151, 184, 209, 223, 

267, 270, 271, 286, 289, 296, 

300, 320, 329, 365. 
Knight, Order of the Bath, 36, 

42, 234. 
Knower, 184. 
Knowles, 184. 
Knowlton, 185. 
Knox, 185. 
Kuppers, 404. 



Laborer, 574. 

Labrador, Coast of, (>"], 327. 

Lacey, 185. 

Lackey, 185. 

Ladd, 185, 525. 

Ladies' Academy, 513. 

Lady of the Haystack, 527. 

La Dieu, 185. 

Ladue, 185. 

La Fayette, 186, 520. 

Lafaver, 186. 

Lafne, 525. 

Lahay, 186. 

La Horaedieu, 186. 

Lake, 186, 525.^ 

Lake Champlain, 384. 

Lallamond, 186. 

Lamb, 186, 525. 

Lambert, 186. . 

Lancaster, Eng., 396. 

Lancaster, Mass., 55, 361. 

Lancaster, N. H., 449. 



Landgrave, 218. 

Landgrave of Tharengen, 410. 

Lane, 186, 525. 

Lanesboro, Mass., 487, 557. 

Lang, 187. 

Langdon, 187. 

Langford, 187. 

Langley, 187. 

Language, Oriental, 549. 

Languages, Prof, of, 230. 

Langue, 525. 

Lansingburgh, N. Y., 476, 481. 

Lapham, 187. 

Larcher, 187, 525. 

Larkin, 188, 525. 

Lamed, 188, 525. 

La Roach, 188. 

Larrabee, 189. 

Larshar, 189. 

Lassell, 189, 525. 

Lasselles, 526. 

Latham, 189, 526. 

Lathe, 189. 

Lathrop, 189, 54, 225. 

Lattimer, 189. 

Latting, 189. 

Laudohn, 526. 

Lavater, 526. 

Law, 189. 

Law, Attorney at, 21, 23, 25, 34, 
37, 41. 50, 55. 57, 68, 73, 82, 
83. 89, 95, 102, 105, no, 
113, 117, 118, 137, 140, 148, 
151, 155. 159, 162, 173, 180, 
185, 188, 192, 202, 205, 214, 
215, 224, 225, 226, 227, 230, 
242, 24s, 254, 258, 268, 280, 
287, 288, 290, 295, 303, 304, 
314, 318, 325, 329,331: 340, 
341, 350, 359, 361, 364, 365. 
367. 372, 379, 388. 390, 391. 
396, 404, 430, 433, 434. 435, 
436,. 437. 444, 445, 449, 45o, 
452, 457, 459, 471, 492, 497, 

514, 543. 549- 
Law Student, 494. 
Lawrence, 189, 526. 
Lawson, 190. 
Lawton, 190, 526, 510. 
Layden, Mass., 456. 



XL 



INDEX 



Layha, 191. 

Lazeretto, the, 510. 

Lazzell, 192. 

Leach, 192, 526. 

Leacock, 192. 

Lear, 192. 

Learnerd, 192, 382, 441, 451, 

557- 
Leavens, 192. 
Lebanan, Ct., 87, 151, 398, 424, 

518. 
Le Baron, 192. 
Lebert, 193. 
LeClerk, 526. 
Lecturer, Scotch, 493. 
Ledyard, 193, 526. 
Lee, 193, 526, 222. 
Lee, N. Y., 366. 
Leebset, 194. 
Leegg, 194. 
Lees, 194. 
Lefavour, 194. 
Lefavre, 194. 
Legation, American, to England, 

343- 
Legation, I'rench, 35. 
Legation, Secretary to, French, 

383- 
Leggett, 526. 
Legrand, 194. 
Lehre, 194. 
Leicester, Eng., 392. 
Leicester, Mass , 49, 50, 80, 87, 

97> 105, 121, 137. 20s, 294, 

416, 528, 569. 
Leigh, 194. 
Leigh, Eng., 499. 
Lemmington, Vt., 35, 348. 
Leogranne, W. I., 551. 
Leonard, 194, 526. 
Lester, 195. 
Lethuonia, 532. 
Le Valley, 195. 
Leveck, 195. 
Leverett, 195. 
Lewin, 195. 
Lewis, 19s, 526, 113, 195, 365, 

577- 
Lexington, Ky., 168, 279, 556. 
Ley den, Mass., 24. 



Libby, 196. 

Libraries, 544. 

Library, J. C. Brown's, 20. 

Lickins, 526. 

Liege, 196. 

Lieut. Colonel, Brit., 207, 263, 

471- 

Lieutenant-Governor of Massa- 
chusetts, 157, 254, 494, 544. 

Lieutenant-Governor of New 
York, 36, 155. 

Lieutenant-Governor of Pennsyl- 
vania, 221, 272. 

Lieutenant-Governor of Rhode 
Island, 441. 

Lieutenant, U. S. Navy, 213, 246. 

Lightfoot, 527. 

Lightning, 500, 531, 551, 576. 

Lilley, 196. 

Lillibridge, 197, 526. 

Limerick, Me., 142, 282. 

Lincoln, 197, 527. 

Lindenberg, 197. 

Lindley, 198, 527. 

Lindsey, 198. 

Line, the Massachusetts, 433. 

Lmen Spinner, 518. 

Linnett, 198. 

Linzee, 198. 

Lippitt, 198, 527. 

Lisbon, Ct.,213, 222, 396, 483. 

Liscomb, 200. 

Listen, 366. 

Litchfield, 200. 

Litchfield, Ct., 239, 295, 304, 396, 
566. 

Literature, Biblical, 321. 

Little, 196, 527. 

Little Compton, R. L, 40, 48, 57, 
72,89,99, 100, III, 112, 120, 
159, 162, 196,210,262,272, 
302, 303, 321,3^1.33.3.335. 
353. 359. 371. 380, 397,. 441, 
442, 456, 499, 545, 550, 552, 
560. 

Little Falls, N. Y., 275, 391. 

Littlefield, 196, 70, 96, 104, 105, 
106, [07, 108, 124, 172, 197, 
202, 227, 300, 345, 354, 358, 
415,418,425,427. 



INDEX 



xu 



Littlehole, 196. 

Little Rest, R. I., 180, 248, 534. 

Little River, S. C, 547. 

Littleton, Mass., 398, 401, 477. 

Little Vermont, 510. 

Livermore, Me., 182, 417. 

Liverpool, 200. 

Liverpool, Eng.,44, 57, 317, 351. 

Livingstone, 200, 527, 358. 

Llangollen, Eng., 76, 305. 

Loan Commissioner, 478. 

Lloyd, 200. 

Loehore, Scot., 169, 323. 

Locke, 200. 

Lockjaw, 49S, 55 1- 

Lockwood, 200, 527, 485. 

Logan, 527. 

Loisa, 527. 

Lombard St., Baltimore, Md., 

135- 

London, Bishop of, 410. 

London, Eng., 35, 37, 60, JJ, 92, 
132, 155. 170. 192, 224, 226, 
289, 292, 313, 316, 339, 342, 
370, 401, 410, 451, 488, 493, 
495. 497, 500, 520, 523, 533, 
549. 566, 574- 

Londonderry, Ire., 496, 532, 543. 

Long, 201. 

Longfellow, 201. 

Long Hill, N. J., 491. 

Long Island, 538, 540. 

Longley, 201. 

Longmeadow, Mass., 176, 351, 
388. 

Long Milligate, Eng., 24. 

Loomis, 201, 527. 

Lopez, 201, 527. 

Lord, 201. 

Lord Arundall, 98. 

Lord High Chancellor, 492. 

Loring, 201, 527. 

Loud, 202. 

Louden, 527. 

Louis, 527. 

Louisa, 202. 

Louisburg, N. S., 524. 

Louisiana, Governor of, 305, 336. 

Louisville, Ga., 100, 147, 2216, 
456. 



Louisville, Ky., 39, 173. 

Louverture, 527. 

Love, 202. 

Lovett, 202, 527. 

Low, 202, 527. 

Lowell, 528, 90. 

Lowell, Mass., 457. 

Lowndes, 203. 

Loyalist, French, 495. 

Lucas, 203. 

Lucayan Herald, 485. 

Lucy, Sch., 476. 

Lud'low, 203, 27, 28, j6, 81, 82, 

88, 92, 118, 123, 146, 152, 

171, 292, 328r 386, 441,461. 
Ludlow, Mass., 167, 368. 
Lusa, 528. 
Lushure, 203. 
Luther, 203, 528,174,210,217, 

247, 267. 
Lyde, 205. 
Lyell, 363, 447. 
Lyman, 205, 71, 147, 170, 205, 

206. 
Lyme, Ct, 133, 193, 246, 310, 

509. 
Lynd, 205. 
Lyndon-, 205, 528. 
Lyndon, Vt., 515. 
Lyndonburgher, 205. 
Lyndeboro, N. H., 315, 410. 
Lynn, Mass, 64, 87, 158,217, 

245, 368, 519, 551. 
Lynnfield, Mass., 97, 131. 
Lyon, 205, 528, 147, 315, 353, 

367. 513- 



M 



Maberry, 206. 

Macarthy, 206. 

Macclone, 207. 

Mace, 121, 238, 263, 332, 376, 

386, 407. 
Machias, Me., 1 19. 
Machinery, Tallow Candle, 549. 
Mack, 262. 
Mackarty, 528. 
Mackay, 206. 



XLII 



INDEX 



Mackensie, 528. 

Mackham, 206. 

Mackie, 207. 

Mackintire, 207, 528. 

Macklin, 528. 

Macomber, 207, 529. 

Macumber, 350. 

Macpherson, 207. 

MacWharter, 571. 

Mad Dog, 529, 552, 558. 

Madison, 207, 393, 417. 

Magee, 207, 529. 

Magistrate, 523. 

Magistrate, 500, Si3- 

Maguire, 207. 

Maharron, 207. 

Mahoney, 208. 

Maine (name), 208. 

Maine, 26, 359, 367. 

Mainold, 529. 

Major, 208. 

Major General of France, 495. 

Major of Brigade, 401. 

Majury, 529. 

Makepeace, 208. 

Maker, 208. 

Malays, 537. 

Malbone, 208, 529. 

Malcolm, 208, 529. 

Maiden, Mass., 496. 

Malem, 209, 529. 

Mallet, 209. 

Malloon, 209. 

Mallory, 209. 

Maltbie, 529. 

Maltman, 529. 

Mamaroneck, N. Y., 297, 394. 

Manager, 566, S7S- 

Manchester, 209, 529, 109, 179, 
210, 223, 231, 253, 300, 355, 
371,388,438,451,472. 

Manchester, Eng., 24, 546. 

Manchester, Vt., 289. 

Manley, 529. 

Mann, 210, 530, 113, 115, 200, 
236, 240, 253, 267. 298, 303, 
414, 416, 417, 441, 445, 449. 

Manners, 211. 

Manning, 211, 530, 319, 433. 

Mansfield, 211. 



Mansfield, Ct., 243, 352, 549. 
Mansfield, Earl of, 206. 
Mansfield, Mass., 28, 89, 104, 

116, 120, 301, 328, 380, 437, 

449, 524, 526, 572. 
Manter, 211. 
Manton, 212, 530. 
Manufacturers' Bank, 213. 
Manufacturers' and Farmers' 

Journal, 233. 
Marbel, 212. 
Marble, 212, 530. 
Marblehead, Mass., 142, 167, 

221, 245, 479, 495, 506. 
Marchant, 213, 530. 
Marcy, 213. 

Mardenbrough, 213, 530. 
Margaret St., London, Eng., 

370. 
Margrave of Meissen, 410. 
Maria, 530. 
Maria, Brig, 482, 523. 
Maria Christiana, 213. 
Maria Louisa, 213. 
Maria Teresa, 213. 
Marian, 213. 
Marion, 530. 
Marietta, Ohio, 87, 250, 320, 

328, 398, 401, 455, 461, 560; 

566, 571. 
Marine Honors, 511. 
Marines, Royal, 67, 301. 
Mariner, 564. 
Mark, 530. 
Market House Chambers, Prov., 

465. 
Markoe, 213. 
Marlboro, Mass., 93, 315. 
Marlboro, N. H., 354, 380. 
Marlboro, Vt., 165, 250. 
Marquand, 530. 
Marrayatt, 213. 
Marryatt, 213. 
Marryott, 213. 
Marseilles, Fr., 509. 
Marseilles, U. S. Consul to, 37, 

39- 
Marsh, 213, 530. 
Marshall, 214, 530. 
Marshfield, Mass., 436, 452. 



INDEX 



XLIII 



Marston, 214. 

Martha's Vineyard, Mass., 252, 

338, 473- 

Martin, 215, 531. 

Martinique, W. I., 545, 572. 

Martinique, Governor of, 566. 

Marvee, 218. 

Marven, 218. 

Marvin, 218. 

Mary, 218. 

Maryland, 138, 279, 398, 563. 

Maryland, Executive Secretary 
of, 279. 

Maryland, Governor of, 541. 

Marylebone, Eng., 35, ^^. 

Mason, 218, 531, 469. 

Masonic Honors, 469, 474, 492, 
497. 502, 505, S06, S07, 508, 
Sio, SI I, 524, 530, 532, 537, 
538. 548, 553, 565, 566. 

Masons, Grand Master of, 486, 
496. 

Massachusetts, 149, 205, 211, 
252, 276, 336, 403, 421, 573. 

Massachusetts, British Consul 
for, 211. 

Massachusetts, Episcopal Church 
in, 476. 

Massachusetts General Assem- 
bly, 489. 

Massachusetts, Governor of, 511. 

Massachusetts, House of Rep- 
resentatives, Member of, 

557- 
Massachusetts, Lieut. Gov. of, 

157. 254. 494. 540. ' 

Massachusetts Line, 275, 357, 
400, 407, 433. 

Massachusetts, Second Regi- 
ment, Chap^am of, 42. 

Massachusetts, Secretary of, 

157- 
Massachusetts Treasurer and 

Recefver General, 519. 
Massachusetts, U. S. Senator 

from, 200. 
Master, 22 j. 
Master Commandant, U. S. N., 

174, 274, 310. 
Masury, 221. 



Matanzas, W. L, 166, 458. 

Mathematician, 563. 

Mathematics, 252. 

Mathematics, Prof, of, 286. 

Mather, 221. 

Mathew, 531. 

Mathews, 221. 

Mathewson, 221, 531. 

Matteson, 223. 

Mau bough, 223. 

Maudsley, 223. 

Mauran, 223. 

Maverick, 531. 

Mawdsley, 532. 

Mawney, 223, 532, 479. 

Maxcy, 224, 102, 159, 218, 280, 

287, 401, 444, 518. 
Maxfield, 224. 
Maxon, 224. 
Maxson, 224. 
Maxwell, 224. 
May, 225, 532. 
Mayberry, 225, 223. 
Mayer, 439. 
Maynard, 225. 
Mayo, 225. 

Mayor, 156, 168, 373, 374. 
Mayor of Norfolk, Va., 30, 431. 
Mayrant, 225. 
Maysvi'le, Ky., 272. 
Mazyck, 532. 
McAllister, 226. 
McAnarmey, 226. 
McCalla, 226. 
McCann, 226. 
McClay, 75, 152,269, 439. 
McClellan, 226, 532, 32, 566. 
McClelland, 226. 
McClenahan, 226. 
McClish, 226. 
McClure, 226. 
McCollock, 226. 
McConkey, 226. 
McCormick, 226, 92. 
McCotchon, 226. 
McCrea, 532. 
McDonald, 226. 
McDonnell, 226. 
McDougall, 532. 
McFarland, 227. 



XLIV 



INDEX 



McFarlin, 227. 

McFoy, 227. 

McGee, 227. 

McGregor, 227. 

Mclntire, 227. 

McKensie, 227. 

McKesson, 227. 

McKey, 532. 

McKie, 227. 

McKinstrey, 532. 

McKnight, 423. 

McLane, 228, 532. 

McLaughlin, 228, 532. 

McLean, 228, 532. 

McLellan, 228, 532. 

McLelland, 228. 

McMaster, 532. 

McMath, 532. 

McRea, 228. 

McTunn, 228. 

Meacham, 228. 

Meade, 228. 

Medberry, 228. 

Medbury, 228. 

Medbury, Mass., 432. 

Medfield, Mass., 287, 347, 409, 

422, 467, 469, 522, 563. 
Medford, Mass., 98, 178, 312, 

353. 360.' 
Mediterranean, 560. 

Medway, Mass., 58, • 137, 174, 

220, 243, 301, 483. 
Meeting House, Prov., 466. 
Mein, 228. 
Melclior, 228. 
Melendy, 228. 
Mellen, 228. 
Melville, 229, 532. 
Member of the Cincinnati, 553. 
Member of Congress, 31, 43, 46, 

54. 87, 383. 449, 477. 486, 

507, 523. 533. 575- 
Member of Continental Con- 

* gress, 550. 
Member of General Assembly, 

486, 488, 496, 520, 521, 530, 

550, S72. 
Member of General Assembly 

of Pennsylvania, 515. 



Member of Massachusetts House 
of Representatives, 557. 

Menage, 229. 

Mendon, Mass., 23, 41, 60, 61, 
78, 146, 147, 1.60, 189, 240. 
272, 293, 313. 314. 3 IS. 344, 
354, 366, 371, 372, 380, 382, 
384, 389, 405, 406, 409, 41S. 
416, 420, 432, 433. 443, 445, 
456, 468, 470, 511, 548, 556. 

Menotomy, Mass., 156, 381. 

Merchant (name), 229. 

Merchant, 21, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 
37, 39, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 

48,49, 5f, 52, 56, 57. 58, 59, 
62, 63, 6s, 66, 68, 69, 71, 73, 
74, 75, 76, n, 7^> 79. 82, 83, 
84, 87, 88, 90, 91, 92, 93. 94, 
96, 97, 99. 10 r, 102, 104, 
105, 106, III, 112, 114, 117, 
118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 
127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 
134, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 
143, 144, 145. 146, 147. 148, 
149, ISO, isi, 152, 153, 154. 
156, 157. 159. 160, 161, 163, 
164, i6s, 167, 168, 170, 171, 
172, 173, 17s, 177, 181, 183, 
185, 187, 188, 190, 192, 193, 
194, 19s, 198, 199, 201, 205, 

207, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 
214, 2IS, 216, 218, 219, 223, 
225, 22^, 228, 229, 230, 232, 
233, 235, 236, 238, 239, 240, 
241, 242, 243, 244, 24s, 246, 
247,^249,250,251,254,255, 
257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 
263, 264, 265, 266, 268, 269, 
271, 272, 273, 27s, 276, 278, 
280, 282, 28^, 285, 287, 291, 
292, 293, 294, 297, 298, 299, 
301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 

308, 309, 310, 3u, 312, 313, 

314. 315. 316, 317; 319. 320, 
323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 329, 

330, 331. 333. 337. 338. 339. 

340, 341, 342, 345, 349, 350, 

352, 353, 356, 360, 362, 363, 

364, 368, 372, 373, 375, 376, 

378, 379. 380, 382, 384, 385, 



INDEX 



XLV 



Merchant, — Continued. 

387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 
393. 394> 395. 398. 400, 402, 
403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 
409, 410,411,413,414,417, 
418, 420, 422, 425, 427, 428, 
429, 430, 432, 433, 434, 436, 

437. 438, 441, 443. 445. 449. 
450, 45 1, 452,453,454, 456, 
459, 468,469.470,471,473, 
474, 475, 476, 477. 478, 481, 
482, 48s, 489, 492, 493, 494, 
495. 496, 497. 500, 502, 505, 
506, 512, 514, 515, 520, 521, 
525, 527. 530, 531. 532, 533. 
534, 536, 545. 546, 548. 549, 
550. 555, 561. 562, 563, 564, 
565, 573. 577- 

Mercantile Advertiser, N. Y., 
488. 

Mercury, Newport, 29, 51, 193, 
311,474, 555. 

Merissen, Margrave of, 410. 

Merland, 229. 

Merrill, 229, 532. 

Merrett, 229, 532, 38, 148, 186, 
204, 271, 286, 310, 320, 324, 

391, 432. 
Merrimac Intelligence, 237. 
Merriman, 229, 532. 
Merry, 229. 
Merwin, 229, 230, 294. 
Messenger, 230. 

Messenger of Salern, N. J., 226. 
Messer, 230, 21, 27, 46, 50, 53, 

54, 58, 90, 98, 107, 126, 129, 

'37. 139, 112, 143, 144. 153. 
159, 180, 198, 214, 215, 225, 
232, 275, 284, 310, 317.337, 
350, 354. 368, 377. 385. 394. 
423, 426, 427. 

Metcaif, 230. 

Methodist, 148, 274, 334, 431. 

Methodist Chapel, 67, 184. 

Methusalah, 532. 

Metzpar, 231. 

Meyer, 

Miami, Rev. O., 482, 542. 

Middleboro, Mass., 114, 181, 
183, 195, 198, 243, 287, 347, 



Middleboro, Mass., — Continued- 

363, 410, 413, 443. 
Middleton, in. 
Middletown, Ct., 22, 11 1, 126, 

144, 170, 293, 317,415,422, 

537. 545- 

Middletown, R. I., 46, 51, 84, 85, 
96, 97, 126, 130, 131, 149, 
18s, 234, 271, 272, 303, 308, 
309, 310, 332, 333. 336, 348, 
369. 371, 372, 457. 490, 570. 

Midshipman, 551. 

MifHin, 231, 532. 

Mifflington, Pa., 532. 

Milbank, 231. 

Military Independent American 
Company, 564. 

Military Honors, 468, 492, 496, 
497. 505. 506, 516, 532, 534, 
548, 561. 

Militia, Brigadier General of, 529. 

Militia, Colonel of, 480. 

Militia, Kentucky, 536. 

Milk, 231. 

Millard, 231. 

Millbury, Mass., 290, 387, 396. 

Millen, 231. 

Miller, 232, 533, 237, 241. 

Miller (trade), 561, 576. 

Millerman, 231.- 

Millett, 233. 

Milledgeville, Ga, 136, 147, 157, 

IZ7< 347, 373- 
Millford, Mass., 21, 23, 69, 80, 

169, 172, 228, 229, 282, 380, 

416, 498, 503, 513, 564. 
Millford, Pa., 421. 
Millford Township, Pa, 355. 
Mills, 233, 152, 290. 
Milne, 233. 
Milnes, 533. 
Milton, Mass.,. 113, 148, 243, 

304, 324, 407, 556. 
Minerva, The Dedham, 514. 
Minister, Baptist, 558, 571. 
Minister, British, Secretary to, 

450. 
Minister, East Indian, 520. 
Minister, French, 505. 
Minister, Friend, 23. 



XLVI 



INDEX 



Minister, Prussian, iii. 
Minister, United States, 68. 
Minister, United States, to Spain, 

485. 
Minnard, 233. 
Minot, 233. 
Minote, 233. 
Mint, Director of, 265. 
Minturn, 233, 533. 
Mirror, The, 146, 408. 
Mirror, The Connecticut, 282. 
Missionaries, Baptist, 117. 
Missouri, 265. 
Michel), 234, 533. 
Modock, 234. 
Moloy, 234. 
Molloy, 234. 
Monday, 533. 

Monk Warmouth, Eng., 226. 
Monmouth Co., N. ]., 72, 78. 
Monongahela, 538. 
Monro, 234. 
Monroe, 234, 533. 
Monroe Co., N. Y., 345. 
Montcrieff, 235. 
Montgomery Co., Fla., 36. 
Montgomery Co., Ky., 75, 170. 
Montpelier, 533. 
Montpelier, Me., 185, 380. 
Montreal, Ca., 26*7, 307. 
Mooney, 235. 
Moore, 235, 533, 15?, 162, 196, 

207, 255, 263, 303, 306, 326. 
Moorhead, 533. 
Morcau, 236. 
Moreau, N. Y., 364, 365. 
Morehead, 533. 
Morehouse, 236. 
Morey, 533. 
Morgan, 236, 533. 
Morning Post, N. Y., 517. 
Morrell, 237, 533. 
Morris, 237, 534. 
Morris Co., N. J., 491. 
Morse, 237, 534, 398. 
Morton, 238. 
Moserop, 238. 
Moses, 238. 
Moshier, 238. 
Mosher, 238. 



Moss, 238. 

Mott, 238. 

. Moulton, 238. 

Moultonboro, 526. 

Mount, 534. 

Mount Hope, R. I., 29, 37, 39. 

Mount Hygeria, R. I., 73, 231. 

Mount Pleasant, Md., 188, 282. 

Mount Pleasant, N Y., 75. 

Mt. Vernon, Va., 192, 417, 569. 

Mowatt, 534. 

Mowry, 239, 534, 189, 366, 443. 

Muchmore, 240. 

Mudge, 240, 67, 81, 86, 127, 141, 
14s, 146, 160, 174, 185, 205, 
233, 244, 246, 318, 326, 330, 
3S6, 366, 371, 373. 377. 380, 
428, 452. 

Muenscher, 240. 

Mulberry Grove, Ga., 103, 269. 

Mulberry St., Phil., Pa., 237, 
308. 

Mumford, 241, 534, 502. 

Muncreff, 242. 

Mundy, 242. 

Munro, 242, 534. 

Munroe, 243. 

Munson, 243. 

Munyon, 243. 

Murat, 243. 

Murdock, 64, 358. 

Murfry, 243. 

Murray, 243, 534. 

Musket, 476. 

Muskingen River, 6$, 66, 571. 

Mycall, 244. 

Myers, 244. 

Myrick, 244. 



N 



Nail, 244. 

Nancymond Co., Va., 133, 238. 

Nancy, Brig, 491, 575. 

Nantucket, Mass., 49, 50, 73, 83, 
86, 112, 114, 156, 186, 203, 
209, 228, 250, 254, 271, 292, 
308, 312, 325, 334. 349, 360, 
373. 387,415.449, 456, 475, 
551. 556. 



INDEX 



XLVII 



Nantucket, Mass., Inquirer, 228. 

Napoleon, 213, 244, 253. 

Narragansett, 83, 259. 

Nash, 244. 

Nashville, Tenn., 40, 170, 184, 

252, 303.411. 429- 
Nason, 244. 

Nassau, N. P., 380, 485. 
Nassau, N. Y., 31. 
Natives, 529. 
Natural Philosophy, 252. 
Natural Philosophy, Prof, of, 

225, 286. 
Nautical Commander, 493, 498, 

511. 537. 544, 567- 

Naval Officer, 216, 220, 474, 493. 

Naval, 475. 

Navy, American, 300. 

Navy, British, 507, 565. 

Navy, British, Commander in 
Chief, 507. 

Navy, Captain, U. S., 482. 

Navy, Continental, 124, 261. 

Navy, Royal, 507. 

Navy, Secretary of, 558. 

Navy, U. S., 27, 30, 37, 56, 117, 
124, 152, 154, 174,219, 274, 
282, 292, 310, 326, 327, 363, 
395. 398. 399. 412, 420, 429, 
431,457^482. 

Navy, U. S., Lieutenant of, 246. 

Navy, U. S., Secretary of, 35, 

383- 

Navy, Vt., 264, 416. 

Navy Yard, 414. 

Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass., 

299. 563- 
Neal, 245. 
Neale, 534. 
Neck, 245. 
Needham, 245. 
Needham, Mass., 80, 93. 
Negro, Calcutta, 563. 
Neill, 245, 412. 
Nelson, 245, 535,69, 113. 
Neptune, Ship, 515. 
Nesbit, 246. 
Nesbitt, 38, 246, 454. 
Nesler, 246. 
Nestell, 246. 



Newark, N. J., 99, 245, 341, 489, 

571- 
New Bedford, Mass., 25, 29, 30, 
. 68, 71, 109, 121, 130, 141, 
142, 145, 158, 204, 210, 237, 
251, 281, 2^6, 302, 304, 305, 
308, 312,331, 332,337,341. 

367. 371. 392. 393. 402. 442. 
452, 547, 556. 

Newbern, N. C, 175, 244, 545, 

570. 

Newbold, 246. 

New Braintree, Mass., 69, 228. 

New Brunswick, N. J., 43, 206, 
224. 

Newburyport, Mass., 30, 126, 
142, 167, 168, 172, 244, 253, 
394, 400, 476, 502, 503, 521, 
530. 542. 

Newcastle, 246. 

Newcastle, Del., 131. 

Newcastle, Duke of, 242. 

New Cemetery, Providence, 531. 

Newcomb, 246, 535. 

Newell, 246, 535, 136, 428, 507, 
516. 

Newfield, Ct., 499. 

New Glocester, Me., 539. 

New Hampshire, 201, 234, 333. 

New Hampshire, Attorney Gen- 
eral of, 507. 

New Hampshire, Governor of, 
89, 117, 237, 282, 425. 

New Hampshire, President of, 
569. 

New Hampshire, Province of, 

83. 433. 

New Haven Co., Ct., 311. 

New Haven, Ct., 21,22.46,70, 
124, 140, 229, 243, 245, 256, 
294, 311, 364, 366, 394, 408; 

457. 476. 509, 517. 553. 557- 
New Jersey, 54, 143, 185, 363, 

368, 410, 478, 512. 

New Jersey, Chief Justice of, 

480, 524- 
New Jersey, District Court 

Judge of, 480. 
New Jersey, Governor of, 35, 7T, 

517, 527- 



XLVIII 



INDEX 



New Jersey Journal, 175', 244. 
New Lebanon, N. Y., 165, 307. 
New London, Ct., 21, 32, 36, 45, 

57, 92, 103, 118, 119, 144, 

iS5. 156, 159. 163. 188. 189, 
192, 194, 231, 241, 243, 250, 
264, 268, 282i 292, 309, 316, 
319, 324, 32s, 360, 363. 36s. 
388, 414, 423, 454, 494, 509- 

534. SSO. 
New London, N. H., 124, 134, 

i8s, 302, 347. 
Newman, 247, 535. 
Newmarket, N. H., 43, 295. 
New Marlboro, Mass., 125, 380. 
Newmarsh, 248. 
New Orleans, La., 56, 85, 97, 

200, 236, 264, 351, 484. 
Newport Co, R. L, 545. 
Newport, N. H., 165. 
Newport, R. L, 24, 25, 26, 27, 

28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 

39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 

SO, 51,52, 53- 54, 55, 56, 57- 

58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 67, 68, 70, 
71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 
81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 
90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 

lOI, 107, 108, 109, 110, III, 

112, 114, 115, 116, iiS, 119, 
121, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 
130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 137, 
138, 140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 
146, 147, 149, 150, 151, 152, 
154, 155- 156, 157, 'S8, 159, 
161, 162, 163, 167, 168, 169, 
170, 171, 172, 175, 176, 177, 
181, 183, 186, 187, 188, 189, 
190, 191, 193, 194, 196, 197, 
200, 201, 202, 205, 206, 208, 
210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 
216, 217, 218, 219, 221, 223, 
224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 
231, 232, 235, 236, 237, 238, 
239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 
245, 247, 248, 250, 251, 252, 
253, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 
262, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 
270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 
276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 



Newport, R. L,— Continued. 

282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 

288, 289, 292, 293, 294, 29s, 

296, 297, 298, 299, 301, 302, 

303. 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 

309, 310, 311, 3'2, 313, 316, 

319, 320, 321, 322, 324, 325^, 

326, 327, 328, 329, 331, 332, 

333, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 

340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 

347, 348, 349- 350, 351, 352, 

355, 356, 357, 358. 359, 360, 

361, 362, 363, 366, 367, 368, 

369, 370, 371, 372, 374, 375. 

376, m, 378, 379. 381, 382, 

385. 387, 388, 389. 390, 392, 

393, 394, 395, 397, 399. 400, 

401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 

407, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 

414, 415, 417, 420, 421, 422, 

423, 424, 425, 426, 428, 429, 

430, 431, 432, 436, 437, 440, 

441, 442,443, 448, 449. 451, 

454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459, 
46o,.469, 473, 474, 475, 477, 

478, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485, 

486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 492, 

493, 495, 497. 498, 499, 5oo, 

501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 

509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 

515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 520, 

521, 524, 525, 526, 527, 528, 

529. 530, 53'. 532, 533. 534, 

535. 536, 538. 539. 540. 54>, 

542, 543, 544, 545, 546, 547, 

549, 550, 551, 552, 555. 556, 
557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 562, 
563, 564, 566, 567, 568, 570, 
573, 574, 575, 576. 577- 
Newport, R. L, Mercury, 24, 51, 

193. 311. 474. 555- 
New Providence, 490. 

New Shoreham, R. L, 131, 142, 
197, 262, 319, 357.413- 

New Theatre, Phil., Pa., 428, 
454, 573- 

Newton, 248. 

Newton, Ct., 37, 60, iii, 156, 
175. 186, 269, 326, 439. 



INDEX 



XUX 



Newton, Mass., 151, 227, 230. 

432, 451, S07. 
New York State, 27, 84, 167, 

283, 296, 521, SSS. 
New York General Assembly, 

36. 
New York, Governor of, 297, 

393- 
New York, Lieut. Governor of, 

36, iSS- 
New York, N. Y., 25, 26, 31, 32 

35, 36, 37. .^9. 41. 42, 44- 45 
49. 56, 58, 60, 61, 62, 64, 75 
JT, 82, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92 
93. 94. 95. 97. 98. 99> 100, 

104, 105, no, HI, 112, 118 

119, 124, 127, f3o, 133, 134, 

139, 140, 142, 146, 151, 152 

153. 154. 155, 156, 163, 164 

172, 17s, 176, 177, 180, 181 

187, 190, 191, 193, 194. 196. 

•200, 201, 202, 207, 213, 215 
218, 223, 227, 228, 233, 235 
237, 238, 241, 24s, 246. 250, 
253, 258, 262, 263, 265, 266 
269, 27s, 279, 281, 283, 290 
292, 294, 297, 303, 304, 305 

306, 308, 3(0, 311, 313, 314 

319, 321, 322, 323, 324, 32s 

326, 328, 332, 333, 337, 34O; 

341, 342, 344, 347, 348, 3SS 

358, 362, 363, 36s, 367, 372 

373. 375. 377, 378, 383, 385 

387, 391. 394. 403. 404, 405 

406, 407, 408, 410, 4r3, 416 

420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 428 

430, 431, 439, 440, 443, 447 

449,450, 451, 454, 468, 478, 

479, 480, 482, 486, 488, 490, 

495. 496. 500, 504. 505- 508: 
509, 513, 517, 518, 520, 525 

526, 527, 529, 532, 533, 538 

546. 550, 555. 556- 560, 573 
575. 576, 577- 
New York, N. Y., American, 

97. 406. 
New York, N. Y., Gazette, 187. 
New York, Chief Justice of, 577. 
New York County, N. Y., 556. 
New York Harbor, 555. 



Nicholas, 475. 

Nichols, 248, 535, 199, 256. 

Nickerson, 249. 

Nicklin, 249. 

Nightingale, 249, 535. 

Nile, Hero of the, 245, 341. 

Niles, 250, 535. 

Nimmo, 250. 

Nines, 250. 

Nitcher, 250. 

Nitchie, 250. 

Nixon, 250. 

Nixpnville, N. C, 501. 

Nobles, 250. 

Noblesboro, Me., 94, 315. 

Norcross, 250. 

Norfolk, Va., 22, 30, 120, 230, 
260, 282, 431,448, 453, 477, 
483, 488, 497, 532, 567, 569. 

Norfolk, Va., Mayor of, 30, 431. 

Norman, 250. 

N orris, 250. 

North, 251, 535. 

Northam, 251, 535. 

Northampton, Mass., 46, 156, 
157, 221, 343. 366, 408. 

Northampton, Va., 545. 

North Britain, 547. 

Northboro, Mass., 70. 

Northbridge, Mass., 52, 293. 

North Burial Ground, Provi- 
dence, 470, 473, 482, 492, 
495. 512, 516, 529, 530, 552, 

569. 573- 
North Carolina, 115, 214, 264, 
32 1 , 449, 476, 489, 508, 526, 

539. 545, 558, 563- 
North Carolina, Governor of, 

473- 

Northern Department, 487. 

Northern States, 560. 

North Kingstown, R. I., 26, 27, 
39. 72, 74. 78, 83, 84, 85, 
TOO, 119, 127, 129, 131, 132, 

133. 136, 137, 155, 17'. 174, 
196, 207, 251, 271, 273, 27s, 
286, 291, 292, 293, 294, 297, 
298, 307. 318, 328, 355, 359, 
376. 390. 391. 394. 402, 403. 
405, 419, 423, 426, 474j 477, 



INDEX 



North Kingstown, R. I., — Con. 

482, 485, 490,491. 504, 5", 

530, 559. 
North Mountain, N. C, 577. 
North Providence, R. I., 22, 25, 

32, 33, 34, 35, 40, 41, 44, 47. 
48, 50, 52, 55, 61, 62, 66, 69, 
72, 75, 81, 95, 99, 104, 108, 
109, no, 116, 123, 128, 129, 
132, 141, 143, 148, 153, 15s, 
159, 160, 165, 166, 167, 168, 
170, 174, 176, 177, 181, 184, 
186, 187, 194, 195, 197, 201, 
205, 215, 217, 224, 230, 231, 
234, 240, 254, 255, 256, 257, 
261, 264, 265, 268, 276, 278, 
279, 289, 290, 291, 299, 300, 
,302, 307, 311, 318, 323, 329, 
334. 336, 337, 339, 342, 343, 
344, 347, 348, 349, 354, 367. 
368, 369, 370, 374. 375. 377. 
386, 392, 393, 396, 397, 410, 
413,427,433,434, 435, 440, 
441, 443, 444, 446, 447, 448, 

453. 454. 459, 460, 467, 47o, 
471, 482, 485, 4^8,490, 512, 
516, 517, 518, 520, 521, 536, 
541, 550, 552, 553, 563, 564, 
571, 572. 

Northumberland, Eng., 277. 

Northup, 251, 53, 55, 78, 84, 131, 
215, 271, 293, 297, 390, 403. 

Northwest Coast, 494, 499, 515, 

529, 539- 
North Yarmouth, Me., 117. 
North Yarmouth, Mass., 513. 
Norton, 252. 
Norton, Mass., 47, 138, 139, 152, 

194, 197, 246, 273, 368, 426, 

535- 
Norton St., London, Eng., Tj. 
Norton St., Marylebone, Eng., 

35- 

Norwalk, Ct., 67, 236. 

Norway, N. Y., 420, 479. 

Norwell, 252. 

Norwich, Ct., 36, 66, 96, 137, 
138, 150, 155, 192, 226, 268, 
272, 293, 309, 349, 350, 362, 
366, 395, 402, 417, 447, 495, 



Norwich, Ct., — Continued.'l'l^ 
5 1 7. 518, 519. 522, 540, 547, 
.555, 564, 568, 573. 

Norwich, Ct., Courrier, 150. 

Norwich, Eng., 476. 

Nott, 252. 

Nourse, 535. 

Nova Scotia, 30, 190, 266, 395, 

471, 508. 
Novelist, 23, 259. 
Noyce, 252. 
Noyes, 252, 535. 
Nutting, 253, 536. 
Nye, 253. 
Nyperg, 253. 



Oahu, S. I., 30, 144. 

Oakham, Mass., 178. 

Oakley, 253. 

Oathman, 51, 59, 62, 135, '152, 

153, 159, 174, 176, 327, 335, 
351.370,386, 392, 399, 448. 

O'Brien, 253. 

Oculist, 519 

Officer, Naval, 216. 

Officer, Navy, 220. 

Officer of the Revolution, 54, 

363, 514, 538, 561. 573- 
Ogden, 253. 
Ohill, 253 
Ohio, 1 18, 390. 
Ohio Company, Secretary of, 

320, 401. 
Old American Theatre, Phil., 

Pa., 514. 
Old Claverack, 528. 
Oldham, 253, 536. 
Old North Church, Boston, 189, 

429. 
Oldridge, 253. 
Oldtown, Me., 537. 
Olin, 253, 536. 
Oliver, 254, 536, 193, 243, 304, 

325. 454- 
Olmstead, 254. 
Olney, 254, 536, 145, 475, 489, 

538. 547. 



INDEX 



U 



Olneyville, R. I., 8r, 145, 147, 

233, 244, 289, 310. 
Oman, 257, 536. 
Onderdonk, 449. 
Oneida Indians, 520. 
Onion River, Vt., 481, 515. 
Onslow, 257. 

Ontario Co., N. Y., 129, 150. 
Orchard, 257. 
Order of the Bath, Knight of, 

36, 42. 
Ore Bed, 564. 
Oriental Languages, 549. 
Ormsbee, 257, 537, 137, 207, 

410, 421. 
Ormsby, 257. 
Orono, 537. 
Orr, 258. 

Orrery, The Federal, 261. 
Orwell, Pa., 165. 
Osborn, 258. 
Osborne, 258, 81. 
Osgood, 258, 38. 
Otis, 258, 537. 
Ottersen, Ger., 525. 
Ottersen, 258. 
Ottoman Empire, 467. 
Overing, 258. 
Owen, 258, 537. 
Owenson, 259 
Ox cart, 468, 556, 572. 
Oxford, Mass., 139, 153, 211, 

272, 387, 396, 525- 
Oxford, N. H., 74. 
Oxx, 259. 
Oyster Bay, N. Y., 139, 282, 

395- 
Oyster Haven, N. Y., 79, 278. 



Pabodie, 259, 537. 
Packard, 259, 537. 
Packer, 260. 
Packet Master, 495. 
Padelford, 260, 537. 
Page, 260, 537. 
Paget, 261, 538. 
Paine, 261, 538. 



Painter, 469, 498. 

Palace of Carmo, 458. 

Palace, The Queen's, Eng., 134. 

Pall Mall, Eng., 493. 

Palmer, 262, 538, 136, 170, 281, 

402. 
Palmer, Mass., 105, 416. 
Parecenteris of Thorax, 520. 
Paris, Fr„ iii, 139, 243, 373, 

491. 499. 
Parish, N. Y., Ill, 333. 
Parish, 537. 

Parish of Urr, 133, 178. 
Park, 262, 538, S3, 64, 93, 132, 

203. 358, 377, 419, 453. 
Parke, 262. 

Parker, 262, 538, 55, 80, 325. 

Parkham, 263. 

Parkinson, 264, 92, 127, 292, 321. 

Parkis, 264. 

Parkman, 538. 

Parks, 264. 

Parlin, 264. . 

Parr, 532. 

Parrott, 538. 

Parry, 264. 

Parsons, 538. 

Partridge, 264. 

Paston, 264. 

Pastor, 54, 156, 499, 504, 523, 
S3 1, S39, 547. 549. 55 1, 56i, 
563, 565- 

Pastor, Senior, 470. 

Pastor Baptist Church, 330. 

Patch, 264. 

Patience Island, 491. 

Patt, 264. 

Patten, 264, 24, 44, 51, 55, 56, 
75,84,95, 149, 188, 190, 216, 
226, 227, 281, 284, 301, 304, 
309, 316, 326, 327> 328, 375. 
378, 387, 389, 395. 

Patterson, 265, 538. 

Patton, 538. 

Paul, 265, 538. 

Paull, 265. 

Paulding, 265. 

Pawlawnee, 265. 
"Pawlingtown, N.Y., 538, 539, 557- 



I.II 



INDEX 



Pawtucket, R. I., 25, 28, 34, 35, 
39, 41. 43, S3, 55, 61, 62, 63, 
65,67,68,69, 71, 75, 78, 79, 
80, 81, 82, 85, 86, 90, 94, 95, 
96,97,98, 105, 107, 108, 109, 
115, 117, 122, 123, 127, 138, 
143, 15s, 158, 159. 161, 165, 
166, 167, 170, 178, 179, 180, 
182, 183, 185, 186, 187, 191, 
192, 194, 195, 196, 203, 204, 
207, 211, 213, 214, 216, 217, 
218, 219, 220, 225, 231, 233, 
239, 240, 245, 247, 248, 249, 
250, 251, 257, 259, 263. 268, 
272, 277, 280, 282, 286, 287, 
290, 292, 29s, 302, 303, 307, 
310, 311, 312, 315, 3t6, 318, 
319, 321,331,333,334,337, 
338, 344, 345, 346, 354, 355, 
358, 360, 366, 367, 370, 371, 
382, 386, 387, 388, 394, 399, 
400, 401, 409, 412, 421, 423, 
428, 432, 435, 437, 438, 440, 
442, 445, 447, 448,449,451, 
454, 455, 456,-460, 483, 486, 
496, 501, 503, 518, 521, 541, 
562. 

Pawtucket, R. I., Bank, 169, 

391, 445- 

Pawtuxet, R. I., 41,48,64,69, 
83, 84, 85, 88, 103, 107, 108, 
109, no, 131, 133, 13s, 140, 
141, 145, 146, 148, 153, 154, 
155, 169, 180, 200, 220, 228, 
238, 250, 25s, 260, 276, 279, 
286, 287, 291, 293, 296, 298, 
299. 300, 305, 312, 324, 326, 
329, 330, 337, 338, 341, 342, 
343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 
356, 360, 365, 371, 380, 383, 
394, 395, 399, 402, 408, 412, 
417, 420, 439, 441, 448, 467, 
473, 486, 513, 5 '4, 516, 544, 
545, 553- 

Paxton, Mass., 49, 183. 

Payson, 400. 

Peabodie, 265. 

Peabody, 265, 538. 

Peace, Justice of, 500, 571. 

Peacham, Vt., 258, 457. 



Peake, 265. 

Pearce, 266, 538, 26, 252, 490. 

Pearse, 267. 

Pearson, 267. 

Pearsons, 267. 

Pease, 267, 539, 400. 

Peck, 268, 539, 13s, 208, 219, 

270, 572. 
Peckham, 270, 539, 210, 510. 
Peedee River, N. C, 476. 
Peers, 272. 
Peirce, 272, 540. 
Pelham, Mass., 269, 392. 
Pembroke, Mass., 126, 218, 367, 

515- 
Pembroke, N. H., 237, 282. 
Penknife, 567. 
Penn, 272. 
Penniman, 272. 
Pennington, 273. 
Penno, 273. 
Pennsylvania, 305. 
Pennsylvania, Assembly- of, 546. 
Pennsylvania, Governor of, 323, 

370. 
Pennsylvania, Lieut. Governor 

of, 221, 272. 
Pennsylvania, Provmce of, 36. 
Pennsylvania, U. S. District 

Judge of, 517. 
Pennsylvania, U. S. Senator of, 

305- 
Pennyraan, 273. 
Penobscot Chief, 537. 
Peppeiell, 312, 313, 353. 
Perkins, 273, 540, 297. 
Perren, 273, 540, 48. 
Perry, 273, 19, 86, 181, 522. 
Perry, N. Y., 137, 363. 
Perth Amboy, N. f ., 373. 
Peters, 275, 540. 
Peterson, 275. 

Petersburg, Va., 129, 244, 311. 
Petersburg, Va., Intelligence, 38. 
Petersham, Mass., 435. 
Petrie, 275. 
Pettengill, 275. 
Pettes, 275. 
Pettey, 275. 
Pettis, 275, 540. 



INDEX 



LIII 



Phelon, 27s, 540. 

Phelps, 275. 

Phenix, The Columbian, 84, 172, 

396,431- 

Phflbrick, 276. 

Philbrook, 276. 

Phillips, 276, S40. 

Philmore, 540. 

Philbott, 277. 

Philadelphia, Pa., 28, 37, 38, 39, 
44, 45, 57. 58. 68, 76, 83, 86, 

87. 90, 98, 99, 103, HI, 118, 

120, 121, 124, 129, 130, 134, 

143, 160, 161, 162, 172, 186, 

190, 192, 194, 196, 197, 200, 

203, 20s, 208, 209, 211, 213, 

214, 221, 224, 228, 231, 232, 

233, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 

244, 245, 248, 249, 250, 263, 

264, 26s, 267, 272, 27s, 276, 

282, 287, 294, 29s, 303, 304, 

305. 307, 308, 309. 310, 313, 
316, 319, 320, 321, 226, 330, 

■ 333. 334. 336, 337, 34i. 342, 

357. 36 r, 366, 374, 376, 377, 

391, 392, 398, 406, 410, 412, 

425, 427, 428, 436, 449, 450, 

451,454.456,459, 468, 470, 

471, 474, 477, 480, 482, 490, 

497, 501, 502, sio, 514, SIS, 

S19, S20, S23, 526, 531, 532, 

533, 542, 544, 546, 547, 55o, 

554, 560, 561, 56s, 566, 567, 

. 573,576. 

Philadelphia, British Consul for, 
236. 

Philadelphia Journal, 480. 

Philanthropist, 517. 

Philosophy, Professor of, 148. 

Phinney, 277. 

Phipps, S40. 

Phrophet, 277. 

Physician, 504, 510, 514. 

Physiognomist, 526. 

Pick, 277; 

Pickering, 277, 24, 54, 94, 97,- 
no, III, 114, 116, 128, 147, 
163, 167, 171, 176, 181, 182, 
199, 204, 205, 221, 233, 238, 
247, 257, 281, 305, 333, 354, 



Pickering, — Continued. 

368, 377. 378,. 383, 4", 416, 
435, 438, 449, 450, 460. 

Pickins, 278. 

Pickle, 278. 

Pickpocket, Prince of, 475. 

Pidge, 278. 

Pierce, 278, 540. 

Piercy, N. H., 396. 

Pierson, 278. 

Pike, 278, 540. - 

Pillmore, 172, 264, 337. 

Pinchbeck, 279. 

Pinckney, 279. 

Pinegar, 510. 

Pine St:, Phil., Pa., 258, 263. 

Pinkney, 279. 

Pingrey, 279. 

Pinkertjn, 279. 

Pintard, 279. 

Pipon, 29, 182, 194, 327. 

Pirates, 169. 

Pitcher, 279, 540. 

Pikin, 541. 

Pitman, 280, 541, 24, 43, 49, 57, 
58, 59, 67, 7J, 82, 129, 140, 
155, 170, 183, 220, 251, 294, 
295. 304, 307, 322, 338, 340, 
349, 395. 520. 

Pitts, 281, 541. 

Pittsburg, Pa., 449, 518. 

Pittston, Me., 497. 

Place, 281, 33, 104, 105, 122, 164, 

553, 555- 

Placide, 281. 

Plainfield, Ct., 39, 41, 115, 133, 
151, 156, 176, 177, 182, 184, 
19s, 232, 234, 264, 273, 285, 
299. 307, 320, 353. 356, 435. 
446, 451, 455, 536. 540. 

Plank, 281. 

Plater, 541. 

Piatt, 281. 

Pleas, Court Common, Chief 
Justice of, 342. 

Plummer, 281. 

Plymouth, Eng., 408. 

Plymouth, Mass., 95, 304, 307, 

495- 
Plympton, Mass., 81. 



LIV 



INDEX 



Poind exter, 282. 

Pointsell, 541. 

Polk, 282. 

Pollard, 282. 

Policy, 282. 

Pollock, 282. 

Polly, Ship, 496. 

Polly, Sloop, 567. 

Pomfret, Ct., 37, 39, 55, 58, 75, 
80, 99, 112, 113, 116, 122, 
125, 147. 148. 150, IS9, 181, 
182, 202, 208, 226, 237, 241, 
248, 268, 273, 291, 300, 3 IS, 
316, 326, 327, 345, 353, 367, 
397. 398, 422, 42s. 438, 445, 
446, 475, 495, 529. 536, 543, 
551, 566. 

Pomp, 503. 

Pomroy, 282. 

Pontiac's War, 131, 225. 

Pond, 282. 

Pontevas, Viscount, 505. 

Pool, 282, 541. 

Poore, 282. 

Pope, 282, 541. 

Port au Prince, W. 1 , 476, 496, 
567. 

Port Collector, 477. 

Port of Providence, 216. 

Port of Saguana, 422. 

Port of Spain, 496. 

Port Tobacco, Md., 547. 

Porter, 283, 541, 68, 113, 202, 
242. 

Porter, David, Sch. privateer, 67. 

Portland, Me., 39.73.113,256, 
282, 341, 400, 533, 

Portland, Me., Gazette, 74, 333. 

Portland, Mass , 90, 474, 502, 
505. 

Portsmouth, N. H., 59, 160, 187, 
192, 201, 245, 324, 396,425, 
492, 519, 528. 

Portsmouth, R. 1,25,49, 51, 58, 
67, 68, 71, 78, 85, 89, no, 
130, 152, 159, '67. 186, 190, 
191, 234, 238, 242, 243, 26f, 
265, 266, 271, 310, 323, 328, 

331. 332,333. 335. 374,375. 
376, 379,381, 395. 405. 408, 



Portsmouth, R. I., — Continued. 
4(2, 421, 451, 471. 484.491, 
492, 493, 535, 541. 568. 

Portugal, Prince Regent of, 213. 

Post, 283. 

Postmaster, 190, 224,- 265, 288, 
376, 444, 573- 

Postmaster-General, 130. 

Postmaster, Philadelphia, Pa., 39. 

Post, Morning, of New York, 

517- 

Potomac, 137. 

Potowomut, R. I., 104, 107, 115, 
508. 

Potter, 283, 541, 23, 34, 70, 7!, 
72, JT, 81, 107, 113, 119, 
128, 155. 158. 165, 166, 170, 
175, 217, 219, 220, 233, 240, 
259, 264, 293, 322, 323, 345, 
346, 354, 360, 361, 372, 380, 
395, 396, 419. 421. 422, 424, 
435. 437, 442, 444- 

Pottle, 286. 

Potts, 542. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 149, 349, 
382,451. 

Poughkeepsie Packet, 554. 

Powder Mill, 524. 

Powell, 286. 

Power, 287, 542, 575. 

Powers, 287. 

Powhatan Co., Va., 286. 

Pownall, 542. 

Pownall, Vt., 116, 192. 

Pratt, 287, 542. 

Pray, 288. 

Preacher, 554. 

Preacher, l^'riend, 480. 

Preceptor, 72, 224, 291. 

Preceptress, 513. 

Prentice, 288, 208. 

Presbury, 542. 

Presbyterian Church, 470. 

President of Council, 557. 

President of Dickinson College, 
Pa., 38, 454. 

President of New Hampshire, 
569. 

President of Princeton College, 
N. J., 38, 454- 



INDEX 



I.V 



President of Rhode Island Col- 
lege, 530. 

President of United States, 97, 
150,170, 235,468. 

President of United States, Sec- 
retary to, 192, 20 1. 

President United States Bank, 
450. 

President United States Branch 
Bank, Boston, 570. 

President, United States Ship, 
213, 246. 

President Westerly Bank, R. I., 

473- 
President Yale College, 557, 

558. 
Presque Island, 569. 
Preston, 288, 542, 28, 84, 120, 

121, 217, 226, 248, 256, 283, 

285, 287, 400, 427, 450. 
Preston, Conn., 92, 349, 358, 388, 

45'. 538, 547, SSo, 577- 
Preston, Eng., 574. 
Pretender, the Young, 558.. 
Price, 288, 542. 
Prince, 288, 542, 61, 288. 
Prince of Baden, 548 
Prince of Coberg, 410. 
Prince Edward Co., Va., 24, 265, 

342. 
Prince Edward's Isle, 85. 
Prince George Co., Va., 173. 
Prince of Pickpockets, 475. 
Prince Regent of England, 410, 

454- 

Prince Regent of Portugal, 213. 

Prince of Saalfield, 410. 

Prince William Co., Va., 

Princeton, N. J., 100, 283, 247. 

Princeton, N. J., College, Presi- 
dent of, 38, 454. 

Printer, 25, 28, 44, 45, 49. 55, 56, 
57, 59, 60,61,71, 74,86, 100, 
105, no. III, 113, 116, 120, 
125, 143, 146, 156, 160, 161, 
177, 183, 201, 211, 213, 232, 
233, 241, 262, 290, 314, 321, 
352, 361, 365, 368, 381, 382, 
394, 396, 408, 412, 422, 424, 
450, 469, 480, 481, 483, 48s, 



Printer, — Contin ued. 

486, 488, 496, 497, 499, 502, 
504, 505, 508, 509, 512, 516, 
517, 522, 525, 527, 532, 535, 
538, 545. S47. 548, 550, 556, 
559, 560, 566, 573. 

Prior, 289, 542. 

Prisoners, American, 501. 

Prisoners of War, 56, 417. 

Privateer David Porter, 424. 

Private Secretary, 406. 

Proctor, 289. 

Professor in Brown University, 

432. 
Professor of Divinity, 70, 457, 

559 

Professor of Hebrew, 549. 

Professor of Languages, 230. 

Professor of Mathematics, 252, 
286. 

Professor of Natural Philosophy, 
225, 252, 286. 

Professor of Philosophy, 148. 

Professor of Rhetoric, 38, 457. 

Profit, 289. 

Prospect before us, 485. 

Protestant Episcopal Church, 
162, 196. 

Protestant Episcopal Bishop of 
Connecticut and Rhode Is- 
land, 550. 

Proud, 289, 543. 

Prout, 289. 

Providence Co., R. I., 378, 494, 

574- 
Providence, R. I., 19 to 577, both 

inclusive. 
Providence Gazette, 19 to 461. 
Providence Journal, 20. p 
Providence Neck, 160, 481. 
ProvidenceNorth Burial Ground, 

516, 
Providence Theatre, 134. 
Province of New Hampshire, 83, 

433- ^m'^^m 

Province of Pennsylvania, 36. 
Province of Pennsylvania, Chief 

Justice of, 36. 
Province, Secretary of, 254. 
Pruden, 172, 459. 



LVI 



INDEX 



Prudence Isle, 238. 
Prussia, ^^, I34- 
Prussian Minister, in. 
Publisher, 66, 67, 74. 333- 
Pugh, 289. 
Pullen, 289. 
Pulpit, 553- 
Punderson, 289. 
Purchis, 543. 
Purdy, 289, 543- 
Purington, 290. 
Purser, 27, 292. 
Purser U. S. Navy, 300. 
Putnam, 290, S43. 
Putnam, Ct., 318. 
Putney, Vt., 44, 448, 489. 

O 

Quack Doctor, 493. 
Quackenboss, 290. 
Quarman, 290. 
Quarterdeck, 534. 
Quartermaster, Deputy, 487. 
Quebec', Canada, 481, 533. 
Queen's Palace, 134. 
Queen's Palace, London, Eng., 

55. 
Quinby, 290. 
Quincy, 543. 
Quincy, Mass., 226, 250. 
Quinnebaug River, 525. 



Radcliff, 290. ^ 

Rand, 290. 

Randall, 290, 543, 518. 

Randallstown, Eng., 180, 366. 

Randolph, 292. 

Randolph, Vt., 150. 

Rapier, 509. 

Rashleigh, 292. 

Rathbone, 292. 

Rawson, 293, 543, 485. 

Ray, 293. 

Raynham, Mass., 21, 28, 29, 72, 
104, 113, 152, 182, 190, 194, 
195. 199, 236, 253, 307, 320, 
409, 416, 417, 425, 437, 449, 

ss;. 



Ray ton, Eng., 92, 382. 

Rea, 293. 

Read, 294, 543, 22, 130, 266, 320, 

434, 467. 
Reading, Mass., 228. 
Reading, Penn, 241, 294. 
Rebecca, Sloop, 472. 
Recorder, The, 485. 
Records, 295". 
Rector, 507. 
Redding, Ct., 46. 
Redhead, 295. 
Redwood, 295, 544. 490- 
Reeve, 295. 
Reeves, 295, 544. 
Regiment, 38th, 471. 
Regiment, U. S. 2d, 228, 254. 
Regiment, British 26th, 335, 

378- 
Regiment, British 49th, 313. 

Regiment, British 55th, 235. 

Register and Argus, N. Y., 509. 

Rehoboth, Mass., 26, 36, So, 53, 
57, 69, ^2, 74, 75, 78, 80, 81, 
84, 86, 88, 91, 94, 95, 113, 
IIS, 118, 125, 13s, 138, 14s, 
146, 153, 154, 156, 1 57, 161, 
164, 169, 172, 173, 174, 179, 
181, 182, 186, 191, 205, 206, 
210, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 
220, 228, 232, 234, 242, 243, 
247. 248, 250, 252, 261, 266, 
267, 268, 269, 270, 274, 278, 
279, 294, 295, 306, 311, 312, 
316, 317. 318. 324. 326, 334. 
336, 339. 345. 347, 348, 349, 
350, 358, 360, 368, 373, 380, 
384, 387, 388, 393, 396, 406, 
407, 410, 411, 420, 421, 422, 
425, 426, 429, 430, 431, 432, 

436, 437, 447, 448, 450, 451, 
452, 455,467,469,471, 475, 
477, 478, 479, 480, 481, 483, 
484, 487, 489, 495, 496, 497, 
500, 503, 506, 518 520, 524, 
52s, 527, 534, 537, 539, 540, 
543, 547. 548, 553, 555, S62, 
571, 572. 

Reilly, 295, 544. 

Religious Author, 522, 577. 



INDEX 



LVII 



Relph, 296, 544. 

Remington, 296, 544. 

Remriall, 297. 

Remson, 297. 

Reporter, Columbian, 421. 

Representatives, U. S. House 

of, 420. 
Republican of Savannah, 246. 
Revein, 297. 
Revenue Cutter, Commander of, 

529. 
Revolution, 477, 479, 507, $15, 

530, 564, 572. 
Revolution, Brigadier General 

of, 525- 
Revolution, Officer of, 54, 363, 

510, 538, 561, 573. 
Revolution, Soldier of, 486. 
Revolution, War of, 139, 475, 

492, 566. 
Rex, 297. 
Rexford, 38, 43, 53, 85, 94, 100, 

108, 155, 158, 203, 204, 213, 

220, 229, 238, 321, 346, 351, 

409, 431, 432, 442. 
Reynolds, 297, 544. 
Rezeville, 545. 
Rhetoric, 482. 

Rhetoric, Professor of, 38, 457. 
Rhodes, 278, 545. 
Rhode Island, 80, 231, 273, 274, 

278, 310, 341, 349, 358, 374, 

42s, 498, 504, 537. 
Rhode Island American, 19, 20. 
Rhode Island Attorney Gen- 
eral, 70, 102. 
Rhode Island, British Consul 

for, 90, 232, 481. 
Rhode Island College, 148, 2301 

467, 485,491,499, 509, 513, 

514, S16, 532, 537, 555, 565, 

569. 
Rhode Island College, F"ellow 

of, 500.' 
Rhode Island College, President 

of, 530. 
Rhode Island Convention to 

adopt U. S. Constitution, 

Member of, 550. 



Rhode Island, Governor of, 88 
176, 489, 490, 500, 516, 528. 

Rhode Island Historical Society, 
19, 20, 466. 

Rhode Island, Lieut. Governor 
of, 441. 

Rhode Island, Secretary of State, 

S67. 
Rhode Island, U. S. Senator, 

73.231. 
Rhode Island, U. S. District 

Judge of, 503. 
Rice, 300, 545. 
Rich, 300, 106, 189, 272. 
Richards, 300, 545. 
Richardson, 301, 545. 
Richford, Vt., 172, 309. 
Richmond, 302, 545. 
Richmond Co., Va., 174. 
Richmond, Eng., 498. 
Richmond, N. H., 180. 
Richmond, R. I., 69, 162, 298, 

478, 520, 577. 
Richmond, Va., 118, 234, 250, 

265,295,400, 516. 
Rider, 303, 20. 
Ridewell, 303. 
Ridgefield, Conn., 60, 89, 129, 

162, 206, 244, 248, 254, 324, 

34S. 376, 432. 
Ridley, 303. 
Rigger, 513. 
Riley, 303. 

Rio de la Plate, S. A., 509. 
Ripley, 304. 
Ritter, 304. 
Ritto, 546. 
Rivera, 304, 546. 
River Rouge, Mich, 131, 225. 
Rivers, 304. 
Roach, 304. 
Robbins, 304, 146, 399. 
Robeson, 305. 
Roberts, 305, 546. 
Robertson, 305, 546. 
Robeshaw, 546. 
Robinson, 305, 546. 
Rochelle, Fn, 196. 
Rochester, Mass., 57, 235, 243, 

401,511,513.575- 



LVIII 



INDEX 



Rockingham, 307. 
Rockwell, 307. 
Rockwood, 307, 547. 
Roderick, 307. 
Rodman, 308, 547. 
Roffee, 309. 

Rogers, 309, 547, 37, 87, 134, 
279, 287, 314, 373, 406, 47S, 

535- 
Rogerson, 311, 547. 
Roister, 311. 
Roit, 543. 

Roman Catholic. Priest, 483. 
Romans, 311. 

Romans, King of the, 311. 
Rome, Italy, 458, 558. 
Rome, Mass., 569. 
Rome, N. Y., 43, 141, 152. 
Rope Maker, 482. 
Rope Walk, 551. 
Romeries, 283. 
Romeyn, 37, 87, 408. 
Ronning, 311. 
Rood, 311. 
Roome, 311. 
Roscoe, 547. 
Rose, 311. 
Rosemaniere, 311. 
Ross, 311, 547. 
Rossiter, 311. 
Rotch, 312. 
Rounds, 312. 
Rouse, 547. 
Rovenell, 312. 
Rowe, 312. 
Rowland, 312, 547. 
Rowley, Mass., 115, 148, 169, 

177, 279, 281, 447, 454. 
Roxbury, Mass., 40, 68, 148, 179, 

186, 195, 221, 225, 242, 258, 

357, 412, 413, 452, 484, 497, 

528. 
Royal, 312. 
Royal Artillery, 408. 
Royal Marines, 67, 301. 
Royal Navy, 507. 
Rude, 547. 
Rudolph, 313. 
Ruff, 313- 
Ruff head, 313. 



Rugg, 313. 

Ruggles, 313. 

Rumbold, 313. 

Rumford, 313. 

Ruper, Vt., 364. 365. 

Rush, 313. 

Rush worth, 313. 

Russell, 313, 544, 548. 

Russia, 316, S48. 

Russia, Europe, 170, 316, 321, 

343, 457- 
Russia, Emperor of, 265. 
Russian Embassy, 36. 
Russian Legation, Secretary of, 

194. 
Rustage, 316. 
Rutland, Vt., 558. 
Ruttenburgh, 548. 
Rutledge, 548. 
Ryah, 316. 
Ryon, 316. 



Saalfield, Prince of, 410. 

Sabin, 316, 549. 

Sackett, 317. 

Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., 457. 

Saco, Mass., 58, 236. 

Saddler, 317. 

Sadler (trade), 570. 

Sage, 317. 

Saguana, Port of, 422. 

Sailing Master, 67. 

Sail Loft, 517. 

Saint Albans, 358. 

Saint Albans, Duke of, 30. 

Saint Andrews Church, Ply- 
mouth, Eng., 408. 

Saint Augustine, Fla., 198, 217. 

Saint Bartholomew, W. L, 535, 

, . 552. 

Saint Charles, Mo., 129, 150. 

Saint Christopher's, W. L, 495, 
S30. 

Saint Croix, W. L, 68, 437, 494, 
S62, 570. 

Samt Domingo, W. L, 531, 534. 

Saint Eustatius, W. L, 479. 



INDEX 



LIX 



Saint George River, Me., 185, 

294. 380. 
Saint George, the Martyr, Eng.,. 

192, 292. 
Saint Jago de Cuba, 500. 
Saint John's Church, Prov., 22, 

23. 35. 37> 38, 39. 48, 74. 
107. 109, 117, 123, 154, 163, 
166, 173, 174, 200, 228, 242, 
247, 249, 261, 288, 304, 326, 
328, 343, 382, 391, 446. 

Saint John, Isle of, 471. 

Saint John's, N. C, 127. 

Saint Johnsbury, Vt., 190, 220, 

273. 472. 
Saint Marks, W. I., 506. 
Saint Marylebone Church, Eng., 

142, 245. 
Saint Mary's, Fla., 331. 
Saint Michael's Church, Bristol, 

37, 38, 108, 112, 174, 240, 

243. 267,270, 319, 345,402, 

441. 
Saint Michael's Church, Bloom- 

ingdale, N. Y., 124, 152. 
Saint Nicholas Mole, W. I., 494. 
Saint Paul's Church, Boston, 35, 

89, 242. 
Saint Paul's Church, Narragan- 

sett, 218. 
Saint Paul's Church, Pawtucket, 

28, 34, 69, 137, 148, 158, 

337,388,451. 
Saint Paul's Church, Wickford, 

328. 
Saint Peter's Church, Salem, 

Mass., 172, 196. 
Saint Philip's Church, Charles- 
ton, S. C, 554. 
Saint Salvator, S. A., 113. 
Saint Stephen's Church, Wilkes- 

barre, Pa., 205, 336. 
St. Thomas, W. I., 476, 521, 560. 
Salem, Ct., 141, 186, 456. 
Salem, Mass., 21, 28, 29, 30, 38, 

55,68,72,117, 229, 244,251, 

254, 266, 280, 312, 321, 327, 

362, 366, 370, 373, 383, 406, 

457, 474, 484, 495, 502, 543, 

549. 564- 



Salem, Mass., Gazette, 229. 

Salem, N. J., 226. 

Salem, N. ]., Messenger, 226. 

Salem, N. Y., 571. 

Salisbury, 317, 549. 

Salisbury, Bishop of, 245. 

Salisbury, Ct., 528. 

Salla, 319. 

Sally, Sloop, 483, 491, 516, 550. 

Sally Ann, Sloop, 554. 

Salmon, 79. 

Salmon Factory, 278. 

Salter, 549. 

Salt Pond, R. I., 508. 

Saltonstall, 319. 

Samarang, Java, 352, 404. 

Sampson, 319, 549. 

Samson, 319. 

Sanders, 549. 

Sandgate, Vt., 289. 

Sandusky, Hero of, 200. 

Sandwich Isles, 30, 144, 176, 374, 

523- 

Sandwich, Mass., 88, 96, 171, 
207, 253, 315, 437, 452. 

Sanford, 319, 549. 

San Salvador, S. A., 55. 

Saratoga, N. Y., 499. 

Sardinia, King of, 213, 321. 

Sarle, 320, 549. 

Sargeant, 320. 

Saugus, Mass., 208. 

Saunders, 320. 

Sausagemaker, 88, 125. 

Savage, 321. 

Savannah, Ga., 61, 62, 70, 79. 87, 
90, 99. 137. 173. 197. 207, 
233, 234, 246, 248, 260, 303, 
3 1 3, 398, 460, 467, 508, 522, 
526, 527. 535, 551, 557. 560, 
562, 567, 572. 

Savannah, Ga., Republican, 62, 
246. 

Savary. 321. 

Savoy, 321. 

Savoy, Prince of, 213. 

Sawmill, 484. 

Sawin, 321. 

Sawyer, 321, 550. 

Saxe, 321. 



LX 



INDEX 



Saxe, Duke of, 410. 

Saxe Weimer, 265. 

Saxton, 321. 

Saybrook, Ct., 124, 152, 173, 

404. 
Sayer, 322, 550. 
Sayles, 322, 550. 
Sayre, 322. 
Scandella, 550. 
Scarborough, 322. 
Scarboro, Mass., 189, 439. 
Schenectady, N. Y., 151, 202,, 

227, 252, 286, 514. 
School, S44. 
Schoolmaster, 480. 
Scituate, Mass., 29, 189, 211, 

364, 382, 416. 
Scituate, R. I., 27, 34, 40, 63, 64, 

66, 69, 70, 85, 98, 102, 105, 

107, 119, 122, 123, 128, 129, 

133, 134, 13s. 13;, 144, 145. 

151, 163, 178, 180, 181, 182, 

183, 184, 192, 193, 203, 205, 

207, 209, 210, 216, 221, 222, 

227, 239, 256, 263, 265, 267, 

270, 271, 277, 284, 285, 286, 

291, 293, 296, 298, 300, 318, 

320, 322, 326, 329, 336, 342, 

343, 344, 345, 347. 348, 349, 

359. 361, 376, 381, 393. 410, 

418, 420, 441, 443, 444, 447, 

453, 458, 460, 470, 483, 490, 

492, 501, 516, 517, 524, 531, 

542, 544, 545, 552, 553, 568, 
570. 

Scofield, 322. 

Scotch Lecturer, 493. 

Scotland, 30, 133, 178, 227, 358, 

493- 
Scott, 323, 550. 
Scotton, 550. 
Scoville, 324. 
Scriggens, 324. 
Seabring, 324. 

Seabury, 324, 550, 112, 241. 
Seagrave, 324. 
Seaman, 570. 
Seamans, 324, 550. 
Seamore, 324. 
Searle, 550. 



Searles, 325, 550. 

Searlo, 325. 

Sears, 325, 550, 547- 

Seatle, 325. 

Seaton, 325. 

Seaver, 326, S48. 

Second Baptist Church, Crans- 
ton, 181, 374. 

Second Baptist Church, Swan- 
zey, 531. 

Second Congregational Church, 
Providence, 501. 

Second Regiment of Mass., 
Capt. of, 42. 

Second Regiment, R. I., 254. 

Second U. S. Infantry, 161, 

430. 

Secretary, 564. 

Secretary of American Lega- 
tion, 170, 343. 

Secretary to British Minister, 
211, 342. 

Secretary, Executive, 138. 

Secretary of Embassy, 339. 

Secretary of French Legation, 

383- 

Secretary of Grand Lodge of 
N. Y., 565. 

Secretary of Massachusetts, 157. 

Secretary of Navy, 35, 383, 558. 

Secretary of Ohio Co., 320, 401. 

Secretary President, 192, 201. 

Secretary, Private, 254, 406. 

Secretary Russian Legation, 
194. 

Secretary of State, British 
American Department, 505. 

Secretary of State of Connecti- 
cut, 

Secretary of State of Rhode 
Island, 499, 567. 

Secretary of State of U. S., 40. 

Secretary of War, 59, 187. 

Seekell, 325. 

Seekonk, Mass., 24, 35, 39, 43, 
54, 57, 58, 59. 66, 67, 68, 70, 
77.78, 79. 81, 98, IIS, "6, 
121, 129, 132, 137, 143, 145, 
146, 154, 155, 157, 158, i6i, 
166, 168, 169, 170, 176, 178, 



INDEX 



LXI 



Seekonk, Mass., — Continued. 
179, 183, 186, i«9, 190, 191, 
194. 19s, 198, 214, 216, 217, 
218, 219, 220, 226, 228, 229, 
232, 235, 242, 345, 247, 249, 
252, 257, 269, 270, 272, 277, 
289, 294, 295, 299, 301, 307, 
317, 318, 322, 328, 332, 333, 
338. 344> 347. 349, 353. 360, 
367. 371. 375. 378. 391. 392, 
394. 395. 396, 400, 402, 406, 
411, 414, 420, 422, 426, 430, 
431, 432, 434, 440, 442, 446, 

449. 450, 456. 
Sedgwick, 325. 
Seibles, 326. 
Seixas, 326, 98, 238. 
Sellick, 326. 
Sellers, 550. 

Sempronius, N. Y., 61, 285. 
Senate, Speaker of, 486. 
Senate, United States, 89, 1 14, 

' 531. 
Senator, United States, 22, 477, 

560. 
Senator, United States, from 

Mass., 200. 
Senator, United States, from R. 

I., 231. 
Senior Qass, Rhode Island 

College, 537, SS5, 567. 
Senior Pastor, 470, 547. 
Senter, 326, 551. 
Sentinel, .Connecticut, 564. 
Sergeant, 326. 
Sergeant, Town, 490. 
Serrell, 326. 
Service, British, 207. 
Sessions, 326, 551. 
Severs, 326. 
Sexton, 551. 
Seyas, 31, 431. 
Seymour, 324, 551. 
Shad, 327. 
Shanney, 551. 
Shares, 327. 
Sharey, 551. 

Sharp, 327, 125, 287, 338, 380. 
Sharon, Mass., 129, 141. 
Shattock, 327. 



Shaw, 327, 530, 551. 

Shears, 513. 

Sheffield, 328, 551. 

Sheffield, Ct., 5o, 473. 

Sheffield, Eng., 359. 

Sheilds, 330. 

Shelbourne, N. B., 498. 

Shelbourne, Vt., 555. 

Sheldon, 328, 551, 210, 531, 544, 

558. 
Shelley, 330. 
Shelter Island, 127, 186. 
Shepardson, 330, 552. 
Sheperd, 330, 442, 456, 573. 
Shepherd, 331, 303. 
Shepley, 331. 
Sherbourne, 331, 552. 
Sherbourne, Mass., 137, 155, 174, 

395. 507- 
Sheriff, 148, 195, 378, 556, 574. 
SReriff, Bristol Co., Mass., 416. 
Sheriff, High, 2.;6. 
Sheriff, The Murdered, 510. 
Sheriff of Washington Co., 

R. I., 482. 
Sheridan, 331. 
Sherman, 331, 552. 
Sherwood, 333. 
Shinn, 333. 
Ship carpenter, 480. 
Ships of War, 323. 
Shipwreck, 512, 532. 
Shipwright, 575. 
Shipyard, 480. 
Sholes, 333. 
Shopkeeper, 479. 
Shorey, 333. 
Shorkley, 333. 
Short, 333 
Shove, 334. 

Shrewsbury, Eng., 540. 
Shrewsbury, Mass., 48, 93, 245, 

247, 268, 315, 348, 414, 425, 

522. 
Shrewsbury, N. J., 130. 
Shrewsbury, Vt., 180. 
Shroud, 519. 
Shurtleff, 334, 88, 109, 145, 146, 

148, 177, 178, 217, 222, 238, 

286, 296, 332, 347, 348, 382, 



I.XII 



INDEX 



Shurtleff, — Continued. 

394,431- 
Sias, 334, 23, 31, 153, 216, 452. 
Sibley, 334, 552. 
Sicilies, the Two, 213. 
Sicily, 213, 321. 
Sickquoinneyoukee, 334, 410. 
Sierra Leone, Africa, 540, 553. 
Sijourney, 334. 
Silversmith, 489. 
Simmons, 334, 552. 
Simonds, 335. 
Simons, 335. 
Simpson, 335, 552. 
Simsbury, Ct., 283, 418. 
Sinclair, 335. 
Sinkins, 335. 

Sisson, 335, 552, 119, 243. 
Sitgreaves, 336. 
Skinner, 336, 552. 
Skipwith, 336. 
Slack, 336, SS2. 
Slade, 337. 
Slater, 337. 
Slatersville, R. I, 27, 117, 214, 

337,364.372,452,461. 
Slaughter, 337. 
Slearnes, 552. 
Sligo, 337. 

Sligo, Ire., 235, 323, 337, 407. 
Sligo, Marchioness of, 323, 337. 
Sligo, Marquis of, 323, 337. 
Sloan e, 337. 
Slocum, 337, 552. 
Sly, 338. 
Small, 338, 553. 
Smart, 338, 553. 
Smellage, 553. 
Smethurst, 553. 
Smith, 338, 553, 60, 108, 172, 

208, 218, 239, 253, 293, 369, 

474,479. 520, 572. 
Smithfield, R. I., 23, 26, 27, 28, 

32, 33. 34, 35, 44, 48, SO, 57, 
59,61,62,68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 
78, 80, 87, 96, 97, loi, 105, 
106, 116, 119, 121, 122, 123, 
124, 125, 127, 128, 129, 13 r, 

132, 133, 134, 136, 137, 143, 
144, 147, 150, 154, 157, 163, 



Smithfield, R. I., Continued. 
164, 165, 166, 167, 170, 17s, 
176, 177, 178, 180, 182, 184, 
187, 189, 193, 197, 207, 208, 

209, 210, 2fl, 212, 222, 223, 

226, 229, 230, 232, 239, 240, 

245, 247, 249, 251, 252, 25s, 

256, 257, 261, 262, 263, 265, 

270, 276, 277, 283, 290, 291, 

295, 296, 300, 301, 305, 307, 

310, 313, 318, 320, 322, 323, 

330, 332, 334. 336, 337, 338, 
339, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344. 
345, 345, 347, 349, 353, 354, 
355, 356, 357, 361, 365, 366, 
368, 369, 380, 383, 389, 390, 
397, 399, 400, 401, 405, 409, 
416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 422, 
428, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 
438, 440, 442, 444, 445, 447, 
448, 452, 453, 468, 470, 471, 
472,- 476, 481, 486, 489, 490, 
499, 512, 515, 518, 521, 523, 
524, 531, 532, 534, 536, 541, 
547, 550, 553, 554. 558, 568, 
569, 572, 575- 

Snell, 349, 555. 

Snelling, 349. 

Snow, 349, 555. 65, 73, 14s, 164, 
169, 306, 350, 492, 499, 528, 
531, 538, 540, 560, 564. 

Snow Storm, 467, 473, 492, 507, 

^ 51 ', 524, 543, 546, 547- 
Society, Baptist, 483. 

Society of Friends, 473. 

Society, Jewish, 519. 

Sockett, 352. 

Soesman, 352. 

Soldier, 480, 527. 

Soldier of Revolution, 486. 

Somers, Ct., 551. 

Somerset Co., Md., 45, 251. 

Somerset, Mass., 23, 25, 26, 96, 
100, 114, i6r, 195, 204, 238, 
305, 356,431, 441, 452,479. 
487, 489. 

Soper, 352, 555. 

Sophie, 555. 

Soule, 352, 555. 

Sound, L. I., 514. 



INDEX 



LXIII 



South Amboy, N. J., 113, 116. 

Southbridge, Mass., 100, 207. 

South Bridgewater, Mass., 195, 
288. 

South Burial Ground, Prov., 558. 

Southbury, Mass., 315. 

South Carolina, 112, 203, 213, 
228, 234, 235, 254, 278, 279, 
287, 290, 326, 327, 340, 367, 
378, 396, 407,413,474,488, 
523. 530, 531, 545, 548, 575. 

South Carolina, Bishop, 30, 315, 

554- 

South Carolina, U. S. District 
Judge of, 497. 

South Dennis, Mass , 202, 320. 

South East Town, N. Y., 574. 

South Kingstown, R. I., 27, 39, 
S3, 62, 78, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
119, 130, 131, 136, 137, 139, 
152, 160, 162, 170, 180, 197, 
198, 223, 224, 229, 242, 248, 
249, 250, 262, 271, 272, 273, 
274, 284, 285, 289, 293, 303, 
30s, 306, 308, 311, 339, 343, 
355, 359, 3^0, 374, 377, 385, 
397, 401, 402, 413, 420, 421, 

435, -437. 440, 473, 479, 49i, 
504, 514, 535, 539, 541, 544, 
546, 563, 569, 574. 

Southold, L. I., 127, 186. 

South Reading, Mass., 58, 59, 
263, 378. 

Southwork, Pa., 214, 309. 

Southwick, 352, 555. 

Southworth, 352. 

Sowle, 353. 

Spain, 487. 

Spain, Infante of, 213. 

Spain, U. S. Minister to, 485. 

Spanish Main, 547. 

Sparhawk, 353. 

Sparkes, 353. 

Sparta, Ala., 74, 116. 

Spaulding, 353, 555. 

Speaker, 420. 

Speaker of House, 472. 

Speaker House of Representa- 
tives, R. I., 479. 



Speaker House of Representa- 
tives, U. S., 325. 

Speaker of Senate, 486. 

Spear, 354, 555. 

Spears, 354, 556. 

Spencer, 354, 556. 

Spicer, 355. 

Spink, 355. 

Spinner, 355. 

Spooner, 355, 556. 

Sprague, 356, 556, 28, 48, 96, 
108, no, 128, 143, 159, 175, 
178, 181, 240, 250, 284, 289, 
292, 311, 32s, 330, 334, 335, 

343, 356, 36s, 369, 376, 387, 

391, 406,415,419,447. 
Spring, 357. 
Spring. r, 357. 
Springfield, Mass., 23, 38, 46, 

113,284, 303, 312, 460, 484, 

515, 524, 530 
Springhill, Pa., 200. 
Sprout, 357. 
Spurr, 357, 556. 
Spy, Worcester, Mass., 32. 
Squadron, The White, Admiral 

of, 507. 
Squire, 357. 
Stacers, 358. 
Stacy, 358. 
Stafford, 358, 556. 
Stagg, 556. 
Stall, 358. 
Stamford, 516. 
Stamford, Ct*, 309, 310, 454. 
Standfield, 358. 
Standish, 358. 
Standford, 358. 
Standley, 556. 
Stanhope, 358, 556. 
Stanley, 359, 556. 
Staples, 359, 556. 
Stanton, 359, 556. 
Stanwood, 360. 
Starback, 360, 556. 
Starks, 557. 

Starkweather, 360, 557. 
Starr, 360. 
State Assistant, 504. 
State Bank of Indiana, 59, 166. 



INDEX 



I.XV 



Summer, 367, 93, 316. 
Sumpterville, S. C, 1^5. 
Supercargo, 127. 
Superior Court, Judge of, 393, 

490. 
Superior Court of Connecticut, 

Judge of, 541. 
Superior Court of Rhode Island, 

Clerk of, 494. 
Superior Court, Washington 

Co., R. I., 514. 
Surinam, W. I., 468, 486, 488, 

489, 506, S09, 510,516, 519, 

522, 544, 570. 
Surrington, 559. 
Surveyor, 521. 
Sutton, 367. 
Sutton, Mass., 23, 113, 152, 153, 

290, 365. 543- 
Swan, 368, 559. 

Swanzey, Mass., 25, 50, 52, 83, 
84, 85, 88, 98, 100, no, IIS, 
146, 147, 163, 178, 182, 195, 
203, 204, 205, 208, 209, 210, 
218, 219 225, 231, 266, 271, 
301, 312, 350, 373, 398, 407, 
426, 431, 45 s, 459. 460, 479, 

480, 487, 504. sii> 515. 524, 

531. 541. 
Swartz, 368. 
.Swatlin, 368. 
Sweden, U. S. Minister to, 315, 

345- 
Sweeney, 559. 
Sweet, 368, 559. 
Sweeting, 369, 559, 29, 538. 
Sweetland, 370, 559. 
Sweetzer, 559. 
Swift, 370 
S'winbourne, 370. 
Swiney, 370. 
Swivel, 551. 
Sword, 533. 
Sylvester, 370. 
Symmes, 370. 
Symonds, 370. 
Synder, 370. 
Synja, 370. 



Tabor, 370, 559. 

Taft, 371, 28, 35, 41, 43, 61, 66, 
69, 97, 107, 116, 117, 127, 
155, 166, 186, 199, 195, 242, 
245, 250, 270, 282, 290, 311, 
321. 333. 337. 354, 386, 388, 
412, 432, 437, 445. 

Taggart, 372, 559. 

Talbot, 372, 559. 

T&lcher, 373. 

Tallafero, 373. 

Talman, 373. ^ 

Tallman, 373. 

Tallow Candle Machinery, 549. 

Tamahamaha, 176, 374. 

Tamoree, 374. 

Tandy, 559. 

Tanner, 374, 559. 

Tantinson, 178, 

Tanton, 374. 

Tappan, 559. 

Tarp, 374. 

Tarter, of. Cream, 532. 

Task, the, 492. 

Tatem, 374, 63, 64, 91, 95, 123, 
135, 147, 170, 173, 17s. 181, 
182, 184, 187, 198, 209, 220, 
257, 264, 272, 277, 292, 320, 

330, 338, 352, 356. 369- 381, 
402, 419. 

Tatnall, 374. 

Taunton, Eng., 497. 

Taunton, Mass., 22, 23, 27, 29, 
53, 60, 61, 67, 71, 72, 94, 95,. 
116, 119, 121, 125, 130, 138, 
140, 141, 143, 147. 158, 173, 
178, 180, 182, 190, 194, 195, 
197, 204, 207, 218, 230, 232, 
240, 246, 248, 253, 258, 259, 
260, 264, 265, 272, 273, 274, 
276, 277, 281, 282, 295, 302, 

303. 314. 319. 324. 325,327. 

331, 333. 342,343.345,346, 
348, 362, 376, 379, 380, 389, 
393, 411,416. 417,421. 432. 
433, 437. 442. 449, 4S6, 457 
475, 477, 484, 485. 489. 493' 



LXVI 



INDEX 



Taunton, Mass.,— Continued. 

494, 496, 500, 506, 513, 5 IS, 

518, 526, 527, 529, 533. 537. 

541. 542. 552, 553, 554, 562, 

566. 
Taunton, Mass., Academy, 21, 

72. 
Taylor, 374, 560, 115, 203, 204, 

205, 542. 
Tazewell, 560. 
Tears, 377. 
Teele, 377, 560. 
Tefft, 377. 556. 
Telfair, 377. 
Temple, 378, 560. 
Temple, Inner, 492. 
Ten Eyck, 378. 
Tennant, 378. 
Tennessee, 264, 321, 353. 
Tennessee, U. S. Senator from, 

365. 

Tenney, 378, 118, 261, 387, 407. 

Territory, Judge of, 566. 

Terry, 378. 

Terwiliger, 378. 

Teste, 378. 

Tew, 378, 560. 

Thacher, 379. 

Thane, 379. 

Thatcher, 379, 560. 

Thayer, 380, 560, 41, 345. 

Theatre, 58,, 214, 219, 538, 566, 
573- 

Theatre, Boston, 67, 134. 429. 

Theatre, Charleston, S. C, 575. 

Theatre, Philadelphia, 454. 

Theatre, Providence, 134. 

Thetford, Vt., 80. 

Third Society, Killingly, Ct., 
156, 439- 

Third U. S. Infantry, 422. 

Thirty-eighth Regiment, 471. 

Thomas, 381, 560, 4t, 569. 

Thomastown, Me., 185, 294. 

Thompson, 382, 561, 26, 50, 75, 
81, 86, 91, 146, 154, 161, 
162, 182, 186, 217, 220, 228, 
266, 270, 278, 295, 312, 318, 
324, 334, 431,436,437,452. 



Thompson, Ct., 25, 26, 29, 43, 
46, 86, 87, 91, 105, 161, 171, 
175, 177, 180, 188, 194, 195- 
199, 209, 237, 243, 248, 281, 
315, 320, 327.329, 345, 361, 
367, 380, 398, 420, 435, 473, 
513. 523. 525. 548. 

Thomson, 383, 561- 

Thorax Parecenteis, 520. 

Thorne, Eng., 158,402. 

Thornton, 383, 561. 

Thorp, 383. 

Throut, 567. 

Throne, British, 410, 495. 

Throop, 384, 561. 

Thurber, 384, 561. 

Thuringen, Latidgrave of, 410. 

Thurston, 387, 561. 

Tibballs, 561. 

Tibbetts, 388. 

Tiffany, 588. 

Tilley, 388, 562. 

Tillinghast, 389, 562, 295, 355, 
408, 554. 

Tillson, 392. 

Tillseve, 392. 

Timber, 574. 

Timber Merchant, 305. 

Times, Hartford, 31. 

Timmons, 392. 

Timothy, 392, 562. 

Tinckham, 392. 

Tindal), 392. 

Tingley, 392, 562. 

Tinker, 177, 

Tioga, Pa., 489. 

Tipton, 562. 

Tisbury, Mass., 146, 206, 282, 

319- 

Tisdale, 393, 562. 

Titus, 393. 

Tiverton, R. I., 24, 46, 58, 86, 
99, 100, 109, 112, H4, 135, 
149, 151, iss, 186, 201, 207, 
210, 251, 252, 272, 281, 302, 

328, 335, 338, 357. 358, 371, 
392, 404, 406, 425, 436, 438, 

440. 484- 
Tobacco Spinner, 235. 
Tobago, Isle of, 325. 



INDEX 



LXVII 



Tobey, 393, 24, 27, 32, 64, 69, 
108, 141, 179, ;84. 185, 189, 
197, 204, 217, 262, 275, 299, 
300, 307, 347, 393, 427, 435, 
442, 443, 448, 453. 

Tobor, 393. 

Todd, 393. 

Tole, 46, 214, 356. 

Toler, 393, 562. 

Tom, 563. 

Toman, 393. 

Tomes, 393. 

Tompkins, 393. 

Toogood, 394. 

Tooth, 394. 

Topham, 394, 563. 

Torrey, 394, 563. 

Totten, 394. 

Tourjee, 394. 

Tourquet, 394. 

Tourtellot, 395. 

Tower, 395, 563. 

Tower Hill, R. I., 440. 

Towle, 190, 191. 

Townley, 362. 

Townsend, 395, 563, 215, 222, 
469, 540. 

Townsend, Vt., 256, 373. 

Townsendville, N. Y., 139, 282, 

395- 
Town Clerk, 483, 508, 557. 
Town Council, 545, 571. 
Town Crier, 88, 125. 
Town Sergeant, 490. 
Town Treasurer, 472. 
Tracy, 396, 

Trafalgar, Battle of, 382. 
Trafalgar, Spain, 92. 
Traffan, 563. 
Tragedian, 61. 
Trask, 396, 563. 
Traveller, 236. 
Traverse, 396. 
Treadway, 396. 
Treadwell, 396, 563. 
Treasurer, 190, 210. 
Treasurer and Receiver General 

for Massachusetts, 519. 
Treasurer of Colony, 508. 
Treasurer General, 488, 511. 



Treasurer, State, 488. 
Treaisury, Auditor U. S., 36, 

194. 
Treasury Board, Commissioner 

of, 76, 258. 
Treaty, British, 519. 
Trenton, N. J., 480, 517, 547. 
Trezevant, 396. 
Trial, 491. 
Tringham, 397. 
Trinity Church, Boston, 30, 225, 

294, 325. 363, 399. 413. 430. 
Trinity Church, Cambridge, 

Eng., 245. 
Trinity Church, Newport, 30, 87, 

236, 326, 430. 
Trinity Church, New York, 162, 

196. 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 

Eng., 142. 
Tripp, 397, S63. 
Trissell, 397. 
Trott, 397. 
Trowbridge, 398. 
Troy, Mass., 25, 99, no, 159, 

165, 205, 251, 252, 29s, 300, 

332, 393. 394. 460. 
Troy, N. Y., 78, 128, 132, 215, 

252, 388, 514. 
True American, 304. 
Truesdale, 398. 
Trumbull, 398, 564. 
Trumbull, Ct., 248. 
Truman, 398, 563. 
Truxton, 398. 
Tubbs, 399 
Tucker, 399, 564. 
Tuckerman, 399. 
Tudor, 399. 
Tuell, 399. 
Tuells, 399 
Tufts, 400, 564. 
Turner, 400, 564. 
Turney, 401. 
Turpin, 401, 564. 
Tupper, 401. 
Tutor, 432, 456. 
Tutor Brown University, 320. 
Tuttle, 401. 
Tweedy, 401. 564. 



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INDEX 



Twenty-second Regiment of 

Foot, British, 198. 
Twenty-sixth Regiment, British, 

335, 378. 
Twiss. 564. 

Two Sicihes, King of, 321. 
Tyler, 401, 564, 392, 451. 
Tyng, 402. 
Type founder, 474. 
Tyson, 402. 



U 



Ulster Co., N. Y., 162, 458, 496. 

Ulster Province, Ireland, 569. 

Underwood, 402, 193, 349 

Uniacke, 402. 

Union College, 252, 286, 388. 

Union, Me., 240. 

United Congregational Church, 
Little Compton, 499. 

United Kingdom, 415. 

United States, 366, 520. 

United States Adjutant and In- 
spector General, 263. 

■United States Agent to Domin- 
ico, 515. 

United States Ambassador, 406. 

United States Army, 25, 29, 97, 
132, 212, 219, 237, 241, 263, 
335. 362, 422. 

United States Artillery, 196, 
219, 483. 

United States Attorney Gen- 
eral, roo, 283. 

United States Auditor of Treas- 
ury, 36. 

United States Bank, 160. 

United States Bank, Pa., 450, 

.523- 

United States . Branch Bank, 
Boston, President of, 570. 

United States, British Ambassa- 
dor to, 118. 

United States Chief Justice, 24, 
214. 

United States Commissioner .of 
Loans, 478. 

United States Consul, 492, 551, 



United States Consul to Mar- 
seilles, France, 37, 39. 

United States Consul to Ger- 
many, 530. 

United States Chronicle, 465 to 

577- 

United States Civil OfBcer, 529. 

United States Corps of Artil- 
lery, 540. 

United States Corps of Engm- 
eers, 540. 

United States District Attorney, 
214. 

United States District Court, 
N. C, 558- 

United States District Judge, 
Pa., SI 7. 

United States District Judge, 

R. I., 530. 

United States District Judge, 
S. C , 497. 

United States, French Minister 
to, S05. 

United States Gazette, 501. 

United States Geographer Gen- 
eral, 518. 

United States, Herald of the, 
276. 

United States House of Repre- 
sentatives, 420. 

United States Infantry, ist 
Regiment, 511. 

United States Infantry, 2d Reg- 
iment, 430. 

United States Infantry, 3d Reg- 
iment, 422. 

United States Inspector and 
Adjutant General, 263. 

United States Judge, ist Cir- 
cuit, 528. 

United States Minister to Spain, 
485. 

United States Minister to 
Sweden, 315, 345. 

United States Mint, 68. 

United States Navy, 27, 30, 37, 
56, 117, 124, 152, 154, 174, 
219, 274, 282, 292, 310, 326, 
327, 363- 395. 398, 399. 412, 
420, 429.431.457,482. 



INDEX 



IvXIX 



United States Navy, Captain in, 
. 139, 237. 

United States Navy, Lieutenant 
in, 213. 

United States Navy, Master 
Commandant in, 274. 

United States, President of, 97, 
ISO, 170, 235,468. 

United States, Protestant Epis- 
copal Church of, 162. 

United States Second Infantry, 
i6r, 228. 

United States Secretary of 
State, 40. 

United States Senate, 89, 114, 

.SSI- 
United States Senator, 22, 477, 

560. 
United States Senator, Pa., 305. 
United States Senator, R. I., 73. 
United States Senator, Tenn., 

365. 
United States Ship President, 

213, 246. 
United States Supreme Court, 

417. 
United States Supreme Court, 

Judge of, 393, 519. 
Universalist Church, Attleboro, 

43. 269. 
Universalist Magazine, 231. 
University of Edinburgh, Scot- 
land, 546. 
Updike, 402, 565. 
Upham, 403. 
Upper House, 472. 
Upper Manor, N. Y., 81, 200. 
Upper Mill Dam, 521. 
Upps, 403. 

Upton, Mass., 140, 355, 369, 452. 
Urr, Parish of, Scotland, 133, 

178. 
Usher, 403, 565, 122, 340, 573. 
Usteck, 565. 
Utica, N. Y., 71, 207, 332, 342, 

391. 
Utley, 403. 

Utrecht, Ho)., 565, 576. 
Utter, 565. 



Uxbridge, Mass., 57, 98, 119 
140, 178, 212, 287, 302, 314, 
322, 353, 369, 372, 383, 390, 
419, 432, 434, 435, 436, 446, 
497> 503. 548, 561, 562, 574. 



Valentine, 404. 

Vallett, 404. 

Valley Falls, R. I., 41, 62, 86, 

115, 116, 159, 166, 178, 207, 

251, 267, 270, 277, 298, 377, 

412, 435, 449. 
Van Alstane, 404. 
Vanderbeck, 404. 
Vanderbroeck, 565. 
Vanderput, 565. 
Vanderlight, 565. 
VanderVleck, 565. 
Van d ever, 50, 391. 
Vandoorn, 565. 
Vandorhan, 565. 
Vandorm, 404. 
Van Doosonbury, 404. 
Van Doran, 404, 146, 162, 250, 

378. 
Van Gelder, 478. 
Van Huan, 404. 
Van Renssalaer, 404. 
Van Santtfort, 140, 337. 
Van Swearingen, 566. 
Van Wickham, 404. 
Vareesy, 404. 
Varnura, 404, 566. 
Vars, 404. 
Varse, 404. 
Vary, 405. 
Vassell, 566. 
Vaton, 405. 
Vaughan, 405, 566. 
Vaux, 405, 566. 
Veazie, 405. 
Venneman, 405. 
Vergennes, Vt., 493. 
Verily, 405. 
Vermont, 70, 109, 124, 277, 281, 

382, 469, 471. 
Vermont, Governor of, 488. 



LXX 



INDEX 



Vernon, 405. 

Verplanck, 405. 

Veiry, 406. 

Versailles, PVance, 555. 

Vervier, 406. 

Viall, 406, 566, 572. 

Vickery, 566. 

Vienna, Austria, 523. 

Vigneron, 566. 

Villiers, 406, 596. 

Vinal Haven, Me., 80, 27S. 

Vincent, 406. 

Vincennes, Ind., 59, 166. 

Vinnicum, 407. 

Vinson, 407. 

Vinton, 407. 

Virginia, 41,43,89, 103, 114, 118, 
133. '93. 20s, 214, 23s, 292, 
336. 346, 390, 398, 399, 471, 
477. 480, S3 1, 533, 539, 560, 
569. 

Viscount of Deerhurst, 30. 

Voluntown, Ct., 39, 40, 115, 291, 
429, 438, 483, 541. 

Vose, 407. 

W 

Wada, 407. 

Wadsworth, 408, 566. 

Wagner, 408. 

Wainwright, 408, 319. 

Waire, 408. 

Waite, 408, 566. 

Wakefield, 408. 

Wakefield, N. H., 528. 

Wakeman, 408. 

Walcott, 408, 566. 

Walden, 409. 

Waldo, 409, 566, 106, 38s, 400. 

Waldron, 409, 421,478. 

Wales, 410, 566. 

Walker, 410, 566. 

Wall, 411, 567. 

Walls, 411. 

Wallingford, Ct., 40, 57, 209, 

238, 257,476, 510, 519, 521, 

532, 538, 5S8, 561. 
Wallace, 411, 567. 
Wallen, 412. 



Wallis, 412. 

Wallock, 412. 

Wall Street, N. Y., 231. 

Walnut Hill, S. C, 567. . 

Walnut Hills, Miss., 540. 

Walpole, Mass, 142, 180, 198, 

264, 282, 360, 382, 443. 
Walpole, N. H., 95. 
Walsenbattle, Ger., Tj. 
Walter, 412, 567, 119, 194, 261. 
Waltham, Mass , 263, 395, 424, 

445- 

Walton, 412, 557. 

Wanton, 413, 567. 

War, American, 480. 

War Office, 493. 

War, Prisoner of, 56, 417. 

War, Revolution, 139, 475, 492. 

War, Secretary of, 59, 187. 

War, Ships of, 223. 

Ward, 413, 567, 241, 287, 489. 

Ward, Mass., 438. 

Warden, 568 

Wardlow, 414. 

Ward well, 414, 568. 

Ware, 414, 153, 223. 

Ware, N. H., 363. 

Wareham, Mass., 62, 134, 207, 
227, 253, 278. 

Waring, 414. 

Warmley, 567. 

Warner, 415, 568. 

Warren, 416, 568 

Warren, Pa., 165, 228, 456. 

Warren, R. I., 27, 41, 43, 50. 53, 
54, 75, 79. 84, 85, 88, 94, 98, 
100, 108, 114, 115, 117, 119, 
138, 139. 146, ISO, 153, 15s, 
158, 168, 171, 177, 178, 185, 
192, 203. 204, 213, 218, 220, 
222, 224, 225, 229, 231, 232, 
233. 238, 250, 260, 266, 267, 
276, 277, 301, 310,312, 318, 
320, 321, 324, 326, 330, 334, 
336, 338, 343, 346, 349, 351, 
353, 359, 380, 382, 384, 386, 
394, 397, 400, 403, 404, 405, 
410, 429, 431,432,435,437, 
439, 442, 445, 446, 448, 452, 
470, 475. 476, 484, 486, 490. 



INDEX 



I.XXI 



Warren, R. I., — Continued. 

5 IS, Si6, 528, 533. 539, 544. 

Warren, R. I., Academy, 224, 
291. 

Warren, R. I., Baptist Church, 
424. 

Warriner, 416. 

Warring, 416 

Warwick, Mass., 302, 344, 348. 

Warwick, R. 1 , 23, 25, 26, 46, 
49. S3. SS. 62, 63, 68, 70, 74, 
83. 85. 94. 96, loi, 102, 103, 
104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 
no, 114, 117, 118, 123, 124, 
131, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 
144, 146, 148, 151, 154, 165, 
166, 168, 171, 172, 176, 183, 
184, 193, 19s, 197, 198, 200, 
202, 206, 209, 210, 212, 214, 
222, 227, 231, 240, 253, 255. 
261, 272, 276, 278, 280, 282, 
287, 291, 296, 297, 298, 299, 
300, 314.332, 333. 337. 338, 
340, 344, 352, 354, 355, 356, 
357, 358, 366, 374, 380, 382, 
388, 389. 390, 394. 399, 400, 
403, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 
422, 425, 426, 427, 328, 432, 
437, 438. 439. 440, 441. 449. 
451, 452, 457.471, 47^,474. 
475, 476, 483. 485, 486, 487. 
490, 492, 507, 508, 509, 511, 
512, 516, 525, 527, 528, 535, 
536, 544. 545, 562, 565, 568, 
569, 570. 

Warwick Neck, 508. 

Washburn, 416. 

Washington, 417, 569, 477. 

Washington Co., R. I., 482, 514. 

Washington Co., Penn., 44, 236. 

Washington, D. C, 28, 35, 36, 
40, 58, 92,97, III, 173, 183, 
194, 201, 205, 219, 235, 263, 
305, 316, 348, 360, 365, 373, 
383, 393, 417, 460, 493, 542. 

Washington, N. C, 206, 306, 
308, 342, 530. 

Washington, Pa., 82, 226. 

Watchmaker, 498. 

Waterford, Ct., 420. 



Waterford, Ire., 458. 
Waterford, Mass., 25, 225. 
Waterhouse, 417, 568. 
Waterloo, N. Y., 133. 
Waterman, 417, 568, 122, 124, 

529. 
Waters, 420, 569. 
Watertown, Ct., 518. 
Watertown, Me., 305, 424. 
Watertown, Mass., 26, 74, 357, 

367. 399. 407. 442. 450; 549- 

Waterville, Mass., 203, 227. 

Watkins, 420. 

Watkinson, 420. 

Watrous, 420. 

Watson, 420, 569, ^^, 132, 146, 
153, 223, 427, 573. 

Watts, 569. 

Way, 421. 

Wayne, 569. 

Wayne, Me., 57, 452. 

Weare, 569. 

Weatherbee, 421, 569. 

Weatherhead, 421. 

Weaver, 421, 570. 

Webb, 422, 27, 31, 50, 54, 68, 91, 
no, 150, 191, 212, 242, 266, 
274, 308, 322, 356, 362, 379, 
405, 414, 422, 426, 428,451. 

Webber, 422, 570, 526. 

Webster, 422, 570. 

Weeden, 422, 570. 

Weeks, 424, 570. 

Weissenfels, 424. 

Welch', 424, 431, 150. 

Weld, 424, 570. 

Welles, 570. 

Wellfleet, Mass., 482, 529, 554, 
567. 

Wellington, 424. 

Wellington, Mass., 46, 94, .115. 
126, 178, 186, 248, 303, 312, 
335, 411, 432, 448, 449, 454, 

457- 
Wellman, 424, 570. 
Wells, 425, 570, 194, 201, 227, 

320, 354, 434, 444. 
Welsh, 425, 570, 312, 324, 336. 
Wendall, 570. 
Wenwood, 425, 570. 



tXXII 



INDEX 



Wentworth, 425. 

Wesson, 425. 

West, 425, 570, 377- 

West Barnstable, Mass., 189, 

211. 
Westboro, Mass., 286, 439. 
Westboro, N. Y., 169. 
West Burial Ground, Providence, 

496, 5 12, 520, 545- 
Westcott, 426, S70, 27, 69, 133, 

203, 285, 291, 293, 300,- 343. 
Westerly, R. I., 31, 39, 85, 86, 

187, 252, 253, 27s, 299, 309, 

320, 328, 364, 374, 382, 390, 

404,473,487, 535- 
Westerly, R. I., Bank, President 

of, 473- 
Western, 428. 
Westgate, 428. 
West Greenwich, R. I., 95, 162, 

184, 210, 223, 253, 286, 369, 

442, 472, 480. 
West Indies, 477, 486, 511, 537, 

SS3, 550, 570. 
Westminster, Mass., 113, 200. 
Westminster Street, Providence, 

465. 
Weston, Ct., 253. 
Weston, Mass., 55, 126, 156, 272, 

365- 
West Parish of Gloucester, 

Ma,ss., 26, 276. 
Westphalia, King, 244, 454, 
West Point, N. Y., 484, 554. 
Westport, Mass., 53, 371, 397, 

546- 
Westray, 428. 
West Springfield, Mass., 189, 

357- 
Wethby, 428. 
Wetherby, 428. 
Wetherell, 428. 
Wetmore, 428. 
Wyman, 428. 

Weymouth, Mass., 202, 320, 437. 
Wharf, 470. 
Wheat, 428. 
Wheatley, 429, 540. 
Wheaton, 429, 570, 27, 29, 43, 

75, 84, 85, 130, 169, 205, 



Wheaton,— Continued. 

235, 236, 241, 25 r, 292, 328, 

417, 432, 436, 557- 
Wheeler, 431, 571, 465, 466. 
Wheelock, 432. 
Wheelwright/ 432. 
Whig, 252, 411. 
Whippey, 432. 
Whipple, 432,571, 521. 
Whitaker, 435, 572. 
White, 436, 572, 28, 37, 44, 76, 

113, 118, 125, 245, 249, 263, 

283, 303, 305, 341, 419. 
White, Admiral of the, 508. 
Whitehall, N. Y., 80, 522. 
Whitehorn, 437, 573. 
White House, 393, 417. 
White Plains, N. Y., 229. 
White Squadron, Admiral of the, 

507. 
Whitestown, N. Y., 477. 
Whitford, 437. 
Whiting, 437, 573. 
Whitman, 438, 573, 250, 260, 

465. 
Whitmarsh, 439. 
Whitmore, 439,400,28, 154, 156, 

307, 344. 353,360,451- 
Whitney, 439, 573. 
Whittemore, 44O, 573. 
Whittier, 440. 
Whitting, 440 
Whittingham, Vt., 109. 
Whittlesey, 573. 
Whittridge, 440. 
Whitwell, 440. 
Wickes, 440 
Wickford, R. I., 47, 54, 97, 121, 

137, 193. 207, 215, 228, 257, 
267, 277, 297, 327, 328, 332, 

355, 387, 389, 390, 393, 402, 
403, 411, 424, 438, 439, 44t, 
486, 491. 503, 538, 567. 

Wickham, 440, 573. 

Wickson, 440. 

Wigglesworth, 573. 

Wight. 441, 573, 32, 37, 38, 67, 
70, 71, 84, 90, 109, 116, 126, 

138, 149, 173, 193, 19s, 204, 
208, 214, 23s, 245, 246, 265, 



INDEX 



LXXIII 



Wight, — Continned . 

266, 302, 310, 319, 326, 341, 
346, 377, 388, 390, 403, 416, 
425, 431, 441. 

Wight, Isle of, 94, 394. 

Wignell, 573. 

Wightman, 441. 

Wigton, 156, 168. 

Wilbur, 441. 

Wilcox, 442. 

Wilcoxson, 443. 

Wild, 443. 

Wilde, 443. 

Wilder, 443, 573, 42, 57, 86, 97, 
141, 150, IS7, 158, 179. 225, 
233, 260, 278, 306, 392, 409. 

Wilkes,- 443, 574. 

Wilkesbarre, Pa., 205, 336. 

Wilkey, 443. 

Wilkinson, 443, 574, 575, 19, 
122, 269, 534. 

Willard, 445, 574. 

Willey, 446. 

Williams, 446, 574, 66, 67, 73, 
74. 89, 91. 98, 118, 119, 132, 
165, 166, 173, 182, 188, 199, 
216, 230, 231, 232, 233, 239, 
243, 248, 263, 284, 302, 327, 
328, 366, 367, 375, 400, 427, 

443, 447, 453, 454, 457, 458, 

542. 
Williamson, 449, 575. 
Wiliiamsboro, N. C., 342. 
Williamsburgh, 111., 54, 363. 
Williamstown, Mass., 105. 
Willing, 450. 
Willis, 450, 213, 381. 
Willoughby, 450. 
Wilmarsh, 450, 575. 
Wilmington, Del., 76, 120, 276. 
Wilmington, N. C, 321, 454, 

504, 515- 
Wilson, 451, 575, 20, 22, 24, 25, 
26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 

37, 38, 39, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 
47, 48, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 
59, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 
69, 70, 72, 76, 78, 80, 81, 87, 

89, 90, 91, 94, 96, 97, 98, 99, 
100, loi, 103, 105, 106, 107, 



Wilson, — Continued. 

109, no, III, 112, 115, 116, 
122, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 

131, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 
138, 139, 141, 144, 14s, 151, 
152, 153, 154, 160, 161, 162, 
164, 166, 168, 169, 171, 172, 
173, 175, I77,rf79> 188,. 191, 
192, 193, 195, 196, 198, 199, 
201, 203, 207, 208, 209, 211, 
212, 215, 216, 217, 219, 221, 
222, 227, 231, 233, 234, 236, 
242, 243, 245, 246, 248, 251, 
255, 262, 263, 265, 266, 267, 
268, 269, 270, 271, 273, 274, 
275, 276, 278, 279, 280, 281, 
283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 
289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 298, 
299, 300, 302, 303, 304, 305, 
306, 307, 314, 315, 317, 318, 
320,324, 325, 33 1, 334, 335, 
336, 337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 
344, 346, 349, 350- 351, 352, 
353, 354, 356, 357. 359- 360, 
361, 362, 364, 366, 367, 368, 
369, 370, 37 [,372, 373, 375, 
376, 377, 381, 383, 384, 386, 
387, 388, 391, 392, 393, 400, 
401, 40s, 407, 410, 411, 412, 
414, 415, 418, 420, 423, 426, 
427, 428,430.431, 432, 434, 
436, 437, 438, 439, 441, 443, 
446, 447, 448, 449, 451, 456, 
457,459,460, 513, 531, 537, 

539, 573- 

Wilton, 451. 

Wilton, Ct., 157, 254, 443. 

Winchell, 451, 50, 179. 

Winchester, 575. 

Winchester, Ky., 304, 396. 

Winchester, Va., 533. 

Winchief , 45 1 . 

Windham, Ct., 31, 41, 46, 47, 58, 
67, 70, 71, 87, 99, 100, 135, 
141, 153, 156, 274, 280, 304, 
398, 409, 418, 422, 424, 425, 
458, 459, 468, 474, 477, 498, 
502, 525. 

Windsor, Ct., 312, 477, 547- 

Windsor, Mass., 381. 



I.XXIV 



INDEX 



Windsor, Vt., 45, 161, 188, 430. 

Wing, 452. 

Winship, 452. 

Winslow, 452, 575. 

Winsor, 452, 575, 183, 418, 542, 
552, 561, 568. 

Winterbottom, 453. 

Winthrop, 45^ 

Wirtemberg, 454. 

Wirtemberg, Stutgard, Ger., 
244, 548. 

Wisback, Eng., 381. 

Wiscasset, Mass., 447. 

Wise, 454, 576. 

Wissahickon River, Pa., 576. 

Wisscher, 576. 

Witherell, 454. 

Withers, 454. 

Witherspoon, 454. 

Witter, 454. 

Woburn, Mass., 513. 

Wolfe, 454. 

Wood, 454, 5;6, 43, 178. 

Woodard, 455. 

Woodbridge, 455. 

Woodbridge, Ct., 273. 

Woodburn, 456. 

Woodbury, N. J., 92, 100. 

Woodbury, Va., 558. 

Woodey, 455. 

Woodman, 456. 

Woodnurse, 456. 

Woodruff, 456. 

Woods, 456, 576, 312. 

Woodstock, Ct, 41, 71, 92, 105, 
137, H7, 15s, 170, 171. 180, 
193. 194. 202, 205, 206, 208, 
217, 226, 236, 248, 258, 264, 
267, 272, 273, 320, 326, 336, 
342, 349, 352, 358, 397, 400, 
444. 445, 449, 487, 525. 528, 
534. 536, 542, 548, 556, 560, 
574- 

Woodstock, Vt., 61, 197. 

Woodward, 456, 576. 

Woohoo, S. I., 176, 374. 

Woolford, 457. 

Wools, 576. 

Woolsey, 457. 

Woonsocket, R. I., loi, 450. 



Wooster, 457. 

Worcester, 457. 

Worcester Co., Mass., 49, 183. 

Worcester, Mass., 32, 56, 97, 
loi, 102, 113, 154, 156, 162, 
168, 186, 192,215,264,268, 
283, 317, 331. 352. 381, 382, 
422, 424, 440, 497, 509, 528, 

S67. 571. 

Worcester, Mass., Spy, 32. 

Worden, 576. 

Worthington, 457. 

Worthington, Mass., 148, 304. 

Worthington, O., 99, 422. 

Wrentham, Mass., 21, 27, 60, 
68, 69, 70, 72, 80, 98, 119, 
127, 131, 132, 141, 143, 164, 
165, 166, 173, 211, 230, 231, 
252, 269, 304, 330, 331, 380, 
391, 394.447. 451. 480, 513. 
514, 516, 546, 570. 

Wright, 457, 576, 33, 43, 98, 
108, 153, 158, 171, 179, 183, 
185, 204, 207, 222, 2.23, 269, 
270, 301, 328, 334, 345, 406, 
426. 

Writer, 554. 

Wurtemberg, 457. 

Wurtemburg, Ger., 316. 

Wyatt, 457. 

Wydown, 107. 

Wyllys, 458, 576. 

Wynkoop, 458, 576. 

Wyse, 458. 



X 



Ximeno, 458. 



Yale College, 364, 457, 491. 
Yale College, Graduate of, 549. 
Yale College, President of, 557, 

558. 
Yallaley, 458. 
Yard, 576. 
Yarmouth, Mass., 117, 345, 370, 

375- 
Yates, 458, 576. 
Yeamans, 577. 



INDEX 



LXXV 



Yearly, 459. 
Yeats, 577. 
Yellow fever, 542. 
Yerrington, 459. 
Yonkers, N. Y., 75, 269. 
York, Duke of, 206, 211. 
York, Eng., 307. 
York, Pa., 361, 454. 
Yorkshire, Eng., 568. 



Yorktown, Va., 495. 
Young, 459, 577, 412, 512. 
Young Pretender, the, 558. 



Zeigler, 461. 

ZoU, 577. 

Zurich, Swit., 526. 




The 
Providence Gazette 



riARRIAQES 

(CONTINUED) 



THE PROVIDENCE GAZETTE. 



The Providence Gazette was the first newspaper printed in 
Providence. The first number was issued October 20, 1762, the 
last October 8, 1825. 

Its full title when first published was The Providence Ga- 
zette AND Country Journal containing the freshest advices, 
both Foreign and Domestic. January 5, 1782, this last caption was 
dropped. January 10, 1795, and Country Journal followed, but 
was restored Jan. 12, 1811. March i, 1817, it was dropped again 
and there was substituted and Moral, Political and Commercial 
Advertiser. When it became a semi-weekly in January, 1820, it 
was known as The Providence Gazette only until it was merged 
with the American Oct. 11, 1825, and then known as The Rhode 
Island American and Providence Gazette. This paper lasted 
until 1832. 

It was a weekly until 1820, and thereafter until October 8, 
1825, a semi-weekly. While a weekly its publication day was Sat- 
urday, except from October 4, 1780, to January 24, 1781, when it 
was Wednesday. From Saturday, May 11, 1765, until August 9, 
1766, its publication was suspended. While a semi-weekly the pub- 
lication days, in 1820, were Monday and Thursday; from 1821 to 
October 8, 1825, Wednesday and Saturday. 

Of these numbers we have been so fortunate as to have seen 
all but Nos. 139, 149 and 502. 

At the October meeting of the Rhode Island Historical So- 
ciety in 1897 Hon. Amos Perry read a paper on this subject, which 
was printed in the Quarterly. 

In this paper he says that the first editor and proprietor was 
William Goddard; that from August 9, 1766, Sarah Goddard & Co. 
were the publishers; from Sept. 19, 1767, Sarah Goddard and John 
Carter. After November 12, 1768, John Carter was sole proprie- 
tor until November 9, 1797, when William Wilkinson was a partner 
with Carter and so continued until May 11, 1799, when Carter was 



20 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

again sole proprietor. February 19, 1814, Hugh H. Brown and 
William H. Wilson were proprietors. After June 22, 1816, Brown 
was sole proprietor, until January 3, 1820, when he took Walter R. 
Danforth as a partner. When the paper was merged with the 
American in October, 1821;, Brown was again sole proprietor and 
A. G. Greene, editor. 

When Mr. Brown made this change in' his business he sold 
only the newspaper portion and still continued in the business as a 
job printer. 

When the paper was first printed it was advertised as "Printed 
opposite the Court House." While it lived it had four different lo- 
cations on the east side but was removed from one of these places 
to another several times in its career. 

In this newspaper is a- large amount of riqh historical matter. 
It is the only newspaper in the State of whose issues during the 
War of the Revolution we" have today a complete file. Its position 
was strongly in favor of the cause of the Colony. The subject mat- 
ter in its columns was well handled and its literary style was of a 
high order. 

Hon. Zachariah Allen had the largest and best collection of the 
files 'of this paper in the State. He presented this to the Rhode 
Island Historical Society who have added considerable to it. They 
now lack approximately 75 numbers. The Providence Journal has 
the next best collection. The John Carter Brown Library and S. 
S. Rider have collections of the earlier numbers. The American 
Antiquarian Society of Worcester, Mass., have a few only. F"rom 
these latter files we have been able to gain access to all but three 
numbers as above stated. Our thanks are hereby extended to the 
custodians of these files for the favor of perusal. 

In 1892 Mr. Albert Holbrook made a selection from the Deaths 
and Marriages herein recorded of such family names and events as 
he was personally interested in. These he copied into a book which 
is now in the possession of the Rhode Island Historical Society. 

In our collection following we have taken every death and mar- 
riage recorded where the names were given. To do this, it is need- 
less to remark, has cost us a large amount of time and patience. 

The marriages from A to C were published in our preceding 
volume XIV of the Vital Records. 

The present installment therefore commences with the let- 
ter D. 



MARRIAGES 



D 



DABNEY John, stationer, and Abigail Mason 
Peale, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, at 
Salem. Gazette of July lo, 1790 

John B., of Alexandria, a merchant, and 

Koxa Lewis, at Dedham, Mass. Gazette of Nov. 10, 1792 

William, of Charleston, S. C, and Hannah 
Jones, daughter of Capt. Joseph, at Mil- 
ford. Gazette of Sept. 9, 1797 
DAGGETT Rev. Herman and Sally Mathew- 

son, daughter of Col. John. Gazette of Sept. 8, 1792 

Eunice, of Attleboro, and William Hawes, of 

Wrentham. Gazette of Nov. 9, 1793 

Simeon, Preceptor of the Taunton Academy, 
and Nancy Tobes, daughter of Rev. Dr. 
Tobes, at Raynham. Gazette of Nov. 25, 1797 

Russell and Polly Ormsbee, daughter of Col. 
Caleb, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Aug. 3, 1799 

Napthali, Esq., attorney at law, and Re- 
becca Daggett, both of and at New Haven. 
Gazette of Oct. 18, 1800 

Rebecca and Napthali Daggett, Esq., at- 
torney at law, both of and at New Haven. 
Gazette of Oct. 18, 1800 

Mary, daughter of Abner, of this town, mer- 
chant, and George Munson, of New Haven, 
merchant, at New London. Gazette of Sept. 29, 1804 

Nathan and Sally Bishop, daughter of the 
late Demas, of this town, by the Rev. Dr. 
Edes. Gazette of Sept. 5, 1807 

Eliza and John Brown, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 15, 1808 

Gardiner, Esq., attorney at law, and Mrs. 
Eliza Hitchcock,,daughter of the late Capt. 
Dennison, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Messer, May 13, 1810 



22 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DAGGETT Clarissa, daughter of Capt. Elijah, 

and Bant Bronson, of Boston, at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Reed, Sept. ii, 1810 

Susan E., daughter of Hon. David, and 

Serano E. Dwight, Esq., at New Haven, 

Conn., Aug. 27, 181 1 

Marietta, daughter of Capt. Elijah, of Attle- 
boro, and Capt. Abraham Hay ward, of 

Boston, by Rev. Mr. Read, May 18, 1814 

Robert and Caroline Davenport, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of and at this town, Oct. 31, 1817 

Rosamond and Thomas C. Martin, at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, Jan. 4, 18 18 
Mary and Charles C. Sutton, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of and at this town, Sept. 5, 1819 

Lydia and Capron Peck, both of and at 

Attleboro, June 21, 1824 

DAILEY Daniel D. and Lucy Sherman, both 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Gano. Gazette of Jan. 15, 1814 
DANA Nancy, daughter of Nathaniel and John 

Carlile, Jr. Gazette of Dec. 20, 1788 

Pay ton and Esther Sweet. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1791 

Jaykel and Keziah Warner, both of this 

town. Gazette of Dec. 21, 1793 

Colwell, merchant, and Lydia Brown, daugh- 
ter of Elisha, Jr. Gazette of Aug. 9, 1794 
Nathaniel, Jr., and Mary Brown, both of 

Providence. Gazette of April 28, 1798 

Richard H , Esq., of Cambridge, and Ruth 

Charlotte Smith, second daughter of the 

late John W., Esq., of Taunton, Mass., at 

St. John's Church, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, May 9, 181 3 

George, merchant, and Mary Ann Gladding, 

eldest daughter of the late Haile, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of this town, Aug. 25, 18 16 

Mary, daughter of Payton, and Henry West- 

cott, by Rev, Mr. Edes, all of and at this 

town, Oct. 22, 1 81 8 

Nancy, eldest daughter of the late Jeykill, 

and George T. Burr, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 23, 1820 

Esther, daughter of Payton, of this town, and 

John Padelford, of Norfolk, Va., at this 
„town July ,2, 1821 

Hon. Samuel W., of Middlelown, Ct, late 

U. S. Senator, and Mr.s. Marv Alsop, at 

Boston. Gazette of ' July 25, 182 1 

Deborah B., of North Providence, and Sam- 
uel Boyd, of this town, at former place. 

Gazette of Dec. 4, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 23 



DANA John W. and Fanny S. Burr, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 22, 1822 

DANFORTH Job, Jr., of this town, and Sally 

Barse, daughter of the late Michael," at 

Boston. Gazette of Dec. i, 1798 

Dr. Thomas, of Boston, and Elizabeth S. 

Bowers, daughter of the late Jerathmeel, 

Esq., at Somerset. Gazette of April 12, 1800 

Swan and Chopin Norcross, both of Boston, 

in this town. Gazette of Nov. 28, 1807 

Ozias and Mrs. Sarah Maharrow, both of 

this town, Feb, 12, 1809 

Walter R., Esq., attorney at law, and Eliza- 
beth Ann Carter, youngest daughter of 

John, at St. John's Church, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker, June 12, 181 1 

Clarrissa, the female minister, and Dan- 

forth Richmond, of Ashford, at Spring- 
field. Gazette of Jan. 19, 1822 
Capt. Joseph and Susan Williams, daughter 

of Dr. Alfred, at Taunton. Gazette of Oct. 23, 1 824 

DANIELS Amos and Polly Freeman, both of 

and at Mendon. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1807 

Dan. A., of Cumberland, and Elizabeth M. 

Arnold, daughter of the late Luke, of 

Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Blake. July i, 181 8 

Alonzo S. and Mary Stebbins, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1822 

DANIELSON Samuel, Jr., of Killingly, and 

Hannah Whitman, of Jacob, at Providence, May 6, 1770 

DARBY Sarah and Charles Crenner, both of 

Boston. Gazette of May 16, 1807 

DARLING Rhoda, of Bellingham, and Elias 

Chapin, of Milford, in thistown. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1814 
Felic, of Sutton, Mass., and Sarah A. Hum- 
phrey, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Sias, Sept. 12, 1817 
Venna, of this town, and Thaddeus Curtis, of 

Bellingham, Mass., at Warwick,. June 8, i8i8 

Olive and Jeremiah Scott, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 4, 1819 

Nancy, daughter of Samuel, of Bellingham, 

and Elisha Capron, of Cumberland, at said 

Bellingham. by Rev. Mr. Fisher, Dec. 29, 1819 

Nancy, daughter of Darius, and Daniel Wil- 
cox, by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at 

Cumberland, April 6, 1820 

Amelia, daughter of Capt. Elijah, and Jerould 

O. Wilcox, both of and at Cumberland, by 

Nathan' Arnold, Esq., Aug. 31, 1820 



24 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DARLING Sarah T., , daughter of Ziba, and 

Leonidas Whipple, in this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Dec. 25, 1821 

Socrates, of Leyden, Mass., and Julia Ann 

Woodward, daughter of the late John, of 

Seekonk, at Attleboro. Gazette of Aug. 30, 1823 

Welcome B. and Seriah L. Olney, daughter 

of William, both of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 18, 1823 

DAUVILLE Cynthia, of this town, and John 

Willis, Jr., of Bridgewater. Gazette of . Jan: 10, 1807 

DAVENPORT Jonathan and Sukey Gladding, 

daughter of Jonathan. Gazette of Oct. 25, 1794 

Mary, daughter of the late George, and Wil- 
liam Barber, editor of the Newport Mer- 
cury, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 4, 181 1 
Sarah C, daughter of Charles, and James 

Townsend, at Newport, June 14, 1812 

Gideon and Susan Bradford, daughter of 

George, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of this town, April 3, 18 14 

Caroline and Robert Daggett, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at this town, Oct. 31, 1817 

Elizabeth W., daughter of Capt. Charles, and 

Capt. Charles E. Hammett, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock, June 21, 1818 

Mrs. Eliza N., of Seekonk, and Dr. Artemus 

Johnson, at said Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Pitman, June 15, 1820 

Susan, ]8, daughter of Henry, and John 

Beazeley, 72, in Prince Edward Co., Va., Jan. 24, 1821 

Maria P. and Michael G. C. Bates, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 20, 1822 

Henry G., 6g, and Eliza Nutting, 17, at 

Brunswick, Me. Gazette of Jan. i, 1823 

Mary Ann and Benjamin Shaw, both of and 

at Tiverton. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1823 

Capt. Philip and Sophia W. Bradford, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 15 1825 

DAVIDSON James and Amey Dillon, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette 

of Oct. 8, 1 8 14 

DAVIESS Joseph H., Esq., U. S. District At- 
torney for Kentucky, and Nancy Marshall, 
sister of General Marshall, Chief Justice 
of the United States, at Frankfort, Ky. 
Gazette of Au„ 20 180? 

DAVIES P , 70, and Mrs. Bowden, 72, both ' 

of Long Millegate, Eng.; her fourth ven- 
ture, and he had been a widower 9 weeks, 
at Manchester, Eng. Gazette of Sept. 27, 181 7 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



25 



DAVIS Benjamin, of Boston, and Alice 

Whipple, of and at Providence, 
Capt. Charles and Polly Northam, daughter 

of Capt. John, at Newport. Gazette of 
Capt. Robert, of the army, and Betsey But- 
ler, daughter of Lemuel, Esq. Gazette of 
William, of Boston, and Betsey Chase, 

daughter of Capt. William, of this town. 

Gazette of 
James, of North Providence, and Nancy 

Peck, daughter of Aaron. Gazette of 
Matthew L., of New York, printer, and 

Sarah Eyres, at Boston. Gazette of 
Hannah and Samuel Kempton, by the Rev. 

Mr. Clarke. Gazette of 
Obadiah, of New Bedford, and Ruth Sher- 
man, daughter of the late Sampson, at 

Friends' Meeting House, Portsmouth. Ga- 
zette of 
George W. and Bathsheba Lippitt, daughter 

of John, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Archibald, aged 20 years, and Rebecca Mayo, 

aged 13 years, at Waterford. Gazette of 
Sally, eldest daughter of John, Esq., and 

Capt. William C. Jenckes, by the Rev. 

Dr. Gano, in this town, 
Eliza, daughter of Capt. Robert, of this town, 

and Capt. Henry Eldredge, of Brooklyn, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Anstress, eldest daughter of Capt. Robert, 

in this town, and Capt. Elezer Elderkin, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Simon, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, and Rebecca 

Lamed, daughter of the late General 

Earned, at Thompson, Ct. Gazette of 
John, merchant, and Mrs. Hannah Durfee, 

both of this town, at Warwick, 
Frances, of Troy, Mass., and Whipple 

Jenckes, of this town, at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Abby, daughter of John, Esq., and Abraham 

Stillwill, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
John G. and Eliza Whitirg, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of this town, 
Harriet and Peleg Burroughs, both of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Hannah C, of Somerset, and Nathan Lewin, 

of Swanzey, at said Somerset, Mass., 
George B., of this town, and Silence Smith, 

of North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Sept. 18, 1768 

April 2, 1774 

May 8, 1779 

Nov. 6, 1779 

Aug. 10, 1793 

April 23, 1796 

March 24, 1798 

May 21, 1803 

Nov. 3, 1 80s 

March 22, 1806 

Aug. 7, 1806 

Oct. 27, 1808 

Nov. 27, 1808 

Feb. II, 1809 
May 23, 1809 

June 8, 1815 
Sept. 23, 181S 

Oct. 23, 1815 

Jan. 9, 1816 

March 7, 18 16 

June 25, 18 16 



26 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DAVIS Elvira, of Rehoboth, and Joseph Norton, 

of this town, at Rehoboth, married by 

Rev. Mr. Pearce, May i8, 1817 

Sanford, of Foster, and Delana Smith, of 

Glocester, Jan. 2, 1817 

Sturgis, of this town, and Lydia Angell, 

daughter of Col. John, of and at Srhithfield, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of July S, 1817 

Amey, daughter of James, formerly of this 

town, and Seth Sumner, of Maine, at 

Watertown, Mass., Nov. 9, 1817 

• Samuel and Phebe Angell, by Rev. Dr.. 

Gano, all of and at this town. May 14, 1818 

Mary, eldest daughter of the late Capt. Dan- 
iel, of Rehoboth, and Sterry Martin, of 

Barrmgton, at said Rehoboth, by Rev. 

Mr. Thompson, June 6, 1819 

John and Mary F. Phelps, eldest daughter of 

Henry, Esq., both of and at Glocester, 

West Parish, by Rev. Mr. Fuller, Oct. 20, 18 19 

Sarah A. and George Bucklin, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. i, 1819 

Silence, of this town, and Joseph Newell, of 

Burrillville, May i, 1820 

Mary and Freeman Drake, in this town. 

Gazette of Sept. i, 1821 

George K. and Emily Gonsolve, eldest 

daughter ot Capt. Joseph, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, April 7, 1822 

Simon, Esq., and Harriet Ketchum, of New 

York, at Thompson, Ct. Gazette of June 22, 1822 

Joseph, of East Greenwich, and Margaret 

Eddy, daughter of the late William, Jr., of 

and in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. ii, 1822 

Harriet, daughter of the late Benjamin, Esq., 

and William Coleman, at Somerset, Sept. 29, 1822 

John W., Jr., and Sarah Ann Coddington, 

both of and at Newport, Oct. 31, 1822 

John W., 3d., and Harriet Lyon, daughter of 

Joseph, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1822 

Abby, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and John 

Borden, both of and at Somerset. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 25, 1823 
George and Comfort Greene, daughter ot 

James, at East Greenwich. Gazette of Dec. 27, 1823 

Hannah S., daughter of Ezra, of North 

Kingstown, and Oliver Johnson, of Centre- 

ville, Warwick, at said former place. Ga- 
zette of Sept. II, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



27 



DAVIS Capt. John, .of East Greenwich, and 
Eunice Hammond Shaw, daughter of the 
late Stephen, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Ludlow, 

Daniel B., of Newport, and Susan C. Ward, 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 
DAVISON Zilpha and Capt. William Torrey, 

at Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 
DAVOL Dea. Stephen and Clarissa S. Cornwell, 

both of and at Warren. Gazette of 
DAWES Dr. Ebenezer and Mrs. Sarah W. 
Sheperd, both of Taunton, at Wrentham, 
by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 
DAWLESS Michael, of Providence, and Mrs. 
Eliza Wyatt, of Newport. Gazette of 

Rosamond and John G. Hopkins, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
DAWLEY Margaret, daughter of the late 
James, of Newport, and James Weeden, 
at Exeter. Gazette of 

Mary, of this town, and Thomas D. West- 
cott, of Edenton, N. C, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Benjamin, of South Kingstown, and Re- 
becca Potter, of and at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Westcott, 

William W. and Hannah J. Pullen, daugh- 
ter of William, at Newport, 

William and Louisa Tallman, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Royal V. and Mary Ann P. Knowles, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Paul W. and Sarah May, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Augustus S. and Mary Hall, at Slatersville. 
Gazette of 
DAWSON Thomas Robinson, of Smithfield, and 
Lydia Bellows, of Providence, in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
DAY Jane and George Richards, purser Ameri- 
can Navy, at Boston. Gazette of 

Philo, of Catskill, N. Y., and Emma Gardi- 
ner, daughter of Col. John, at South Kmgs- 
town. Gazette of 

Loammi, Jr., and Mary Sweetland, of Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lucinda and Perez Park, of Canterbury, Ct., 
at Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 

Russell, of New York State, and Hannah 
Gardiner, of South Kingstown, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Gazette of 



Oct. 17, 1824 

Oct. 3, 1825 

Dec. 9, 1809 

Jan. 14, 1824 

March 7, 1822 
Feb. 10, 1810 
Oct. 15, 1820 

July 19, 1794 

Feb. 21, 1808 

Oct. 30, 1814 
Sept. I, 1820 
Nov. 12, 1820 
June II, 1823 
Jan. 26, 1825 
July 16, 1825 

Aug. IS, 1813 
Feb. 3, 1780 

May 31, 1800 

Nov. 2, 1806 

March 31, 1810 

Dec. I, 1810 



28 



VITAL RECORD OF RfiODE ISLAND 



DAY Clarrissa, daughter of Rev. Israel, and 

Elisha Sprague, both of and at Killingly, 

Ct., by Rev. Israel Day,. 
Sophia, daughter of Joel, Esq., and Remem- 
ber Cole, at Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 
Charles and Cynthia Starkweather, at Kill- 
ingly, by Rev. Mr. Whitmore. Gazette of 
John and Thankful Waterman, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
Ann and Charles Eaton, by Rev. Mr. Day, 

all of and at Killingly, Ct., 
Israel H. and Eliza Turner, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Preston, 
Ebenezer S. and Mrs. Ann Wheelock, in this 

town. Gazette of 
Abigail and William Pope, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. White, 
Mary, daughter of Ebenezer S., and Col. 

Abraham S. Gladding, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 
Mary Ann and Horace T. Tiffany, at St. 

Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft. Gazette of 
DAYTON Col. Isaac and Mrs. Mary Goddard, 

widow of Capt. John, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
Sophia, of this town, and William F. Nichols, 

of Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
DEAN Calvin and Esther Heverly, daughter of 

George. Gazette of 
Sally, daughter of John, of Brookline, and 

Thomas C. Cushing, of Salem, printer, at 

Brookline. Gazette of 
Capt. Seth, of Boston, and Frances Bours, 

2d daughter of John, Esq., at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Calvin and Fanny Pearce, daughter of the 

late Daniel. Gazette of 
Mrs Frances, daughter of John Bours, Esq., 

of Newport, and Israel Loring, of the City 

of Washington, at Newport. Gazette of 
Temperance, daughter of Josiah, Esq., and 

Daniel Greene, Esq., of Mansfield, by the 

Rev. Dr. Tobes, at Raynham. Gazette of 
Sarah, daughter of Silas, and Stephen De- 

blois, merchant, at Newport. Gazette of 
Josiah, Jr., Esq., of Raynham, and Caroline 

Waldo, daughter of Calvin, Esq., at Dal- 

ton, Mass. Gazette of 



March 29, 181 2 

Nov. 5, 1814 

Jan. 21, 1815 

March 23, 18 17 

Aug. 27, 1818 

June 28, 1821 

Jan. 4, 1823 

Jan. I, 1824 

May 8, 1825 

May 21, 1825 

Sept. 27, 1794 
Sept. 17, i8i2 
Nov. 24, 1787 

March 12, 1791 

June 9, 1798 
March 7, 1801 

March 6, 1802 

Oct. 30, 1802 
Aug. 23, 1806 

Jan. 2, 1808 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 29 

DEAN Silas, merchant, and Elizabeth Cahoone, 

daughter of James, by Rev. Mr. Towle, all 

of Newport, Dec. 21, 1809 

Rev. Samuel, of Scituate, Mass., and Stella 

Washburn, daughter of Hon. Seth, at and 

of Raynham, Mass. Gazette of Oct. 6, 1810 

William, of Salem, and Lydia Rotch, daugh- 
ter of William, at New Bedford. Gazette 

of Oct. s, 181 1 

James, merchant, and Hannah Shaw, daugh- 
ter of Capt. John, both of and at Taunton, 

by Rev. Mr. Pipon, Oct. i, 1812 

Rachal, of Killingly, and John Jacobs, of 

Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Atkins, Feb. 27, 18 14 

Martha D., daughter of Silas of Newport, 

and Lysander Washburn, of Boston, mer- 
chant, at said Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, July23, 1818 

Sarah Ann C. and William Potter, Jr., both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 19, 18 19 

Leonard, Jr., and Relief Smith, at Taunton. 

Gazette of June 9, 1821 

Maria D. and Ezra F. Holmes, at Taunton, 

Mass. Gazette of July 7, 1821 

David and Mary Ann Corpe, in this town. 

Gazette of Dec. 18, 1822 

Leander, of Raynham, and Mary Lawrence, 

of and at Taunton. Gazette of Aug. 30, 1823 

Ann W., daughter of the late Silas, Esq., 

and Joshua . Sayer, at Newport. Gazette 

of Oct. I, 1823 

Gilbert and Relief S. Dean, both of and at 

Taunton. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1823 

Relief S. and Gilbert Dean, both of and at 

Taunton. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1823 

Ruth G., of Taunton, and Solomon Farnum, 

of Canary, Vt., at said Taunton. Gazette 

of Nov. 22, 1823 

Caroline, of Raynham, and_ Nathaniel H. 

Williams, of Taunton, at said Raynham. 

Gazette of Dec. 17, 1823 

Mrs. Fanny and Luther Lyon, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, May 30, 1824 

DEARBORN Major General , U. S. Army, 

and Mrs. Sarah Bowdoin, widow of Hon. 

James, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Harris, of 

Dorchester, Nov. 10, 1813 

DEARTH Golden, publisher of Mount Hope 

Eagle, and Eliza Bradford, daughter of 

Major William, at Bristol. Gazette of Feb. 27, 1808 



30 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



DEBLOIS Lewis, merchant, and Betsey De- , 

buke, of Providence^ at Boston, Dec. 25, 1770 

George, of Salem, and Sally Deblois, daugh- 
ter of Lewis, of Boston. Gazette of Jan. 4, 1772 

Sally, daughter of Lewis, of Boston, and 

George Deblois, of Salern. Gazette of Jan. 4, 1772 

Lewis, of this town, merchant, and Betsey 
Lawton, daughter of Isaac, late of New- 
port, at Nova Scotia. Gazette of Dec. 25, 1784 

Ann, daughter of the late Stephen, and 
Capt. Robert Robertson, at Newport. 
Gazette of Aug. 2, 1806 

Stephen, merchant, and Sarah Dean, daugh- 
ter of Silas, at Newport. Gazette of Aug. 23, 1806 

George, Esq., of Boston, and Ruth Jenkins, 
at Newburyport. Gazette of ' July i, 1809 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Stephen, of 
Newport, and Timothy Peirce, at Bristol. 
Gazette of Dec. 29, 18 10 

DEBUKE Betsey, of Providence, and Lewis 

Deblois, merchant, at Boston, Dec. 25, 1770 

DECATUR Capt. Stephen, Jr., U. S. Navy, 
and Susannah Wheeler, only daughter of 
Luke, Esq., Mayor of Norfolk, by the 
Rev. Mr. Grisby, at Norfolk, Va. Ga- 
zette of March 29, 1806 

DEERHURST The Viscount,- and , 

daughter of the Duke of St. Albans, in 
Scotland, having eloped to avoid the law's 
delay; the lady has in her own right ;^ioo,- 
000. Gazette of Oct. 19, 181 1 

DEHON Ann, of Boston, and Rev. Salmon 
Wheaton, Rector of Trinity Church, New- 
port, at Trinity Church, Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Gardiner, ' Sept. 24, 181 2 

Rev. Theodore, D. D., Bishop of South Caro- 
lina, and Sarah Russell, daughter of Na- 
thaniel, at Charleston, S. C. Gazette of Nov. 20, 181 3 
DELANO Capt. Amasa and Mrs. Hannah 
Appleton, both of Boston, in this town, by 
the Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 21, 1803 

Thomas, of New Bedford, and Avis C. Til- 

linghast, daughter of the late William, of 

and at Newport. Gazette of Oct 27 1824 

DELARNE Joseph B. L. D. and Mary Snow, 

youngest daughter of William, by Rev. 

T^TTT 1 ?•"• ■^'?^?^u T. April 16, 1807 

UiLLIA and Ihomas Hopoo, a Christian con- 
vert, both natives of Sandwich Islands, at 
Oahu, S. I., Aug. II, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 31 

DELISLE Joseph Lonfrey and Bathsheba Bow- 
ler, daughter of Hon. Metcalfe. Gazette of July lo, 1784 
DEMILLE Anthony and Amey Russell, daugh- 
ter of John, of this town, at Kingston, Up- 
per Canada. Gazette of Jan. 12, 181 1 
DEMING Huldah and Samuel Bolles, one of the 
editors of the "Times," both of and at 
Hartford. Gazette of Feb. 27, 1822 

Celia, daughter of Morris, of this town, and 
Peter Fort, of Hartford, Ct., at this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 1825 

Mrs. Elizabeth, of New York, and Hon. - 
Francis Baylies, member of Congress from 
Bristol Co., at Nassau, N. Y., June 23, 1822 

DEMOUNT Lois, eldest daughter of the late 
Capt. John, and Oliver Bowen, Jr. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 21, 1790 

Miss Rebecca, daughter of Capt. John, and 

Oliver Bowen, Jr. Gazette of Feb. 6, 1796 

DENCH James and Clarrissa Wheeler, by Rev. 
Mr. Seyas, both of and at this town. Ga- 
zette of May 2, 1818 
DENHAM Alice G., daughter of Daniel, and 
John C. Clarke, by Rev. Mr. Webb, all of 
and at Newport, May 21, 1820 
DENISE Joseph L. and Almira Smith, at Paw- 

tuxet, May 29, 1814 

DENISON Jabez and Patience Church, eldest 
daughter of Capt. Benjamin, at Newport. 
Gazette of June 10, 1797 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and Jona- 
than P. Hitchcock, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. 
Gazette of Dec. 28, 1799 

Eliza and Capt. J Cook. Gazette of Aug. i, i8or 

Lydia and Eliphalet Dyer, Jr., of this town, 

at Windham, Ct. Gazette of April 6, 1805 

Mary, daughter of John, and Isaac Champlin, 

of Westerly, at Stonington. Gazette of Nov. 21, 1807 

Mrs. Patience and Ebenezer Spaulding, at 

Brooklyn, Ct. Gazette of Oct. 11, 1823 

DENNIS Capt. John and Catherine Tillinghast, 
daughter of Dr. William, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 27, 1796 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Thomas, and 
Stephen A. Watson, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Dehon. Gazette of Sept. S, 1801 

Sally R. and Job Tillinghast, both of and at 

East Greenwich. Gazette of Feb. 20, 1802 

Capt. Aaron C. and Desire B. Miller, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. John, at Newport. 
Gazette of May 16, 1807 



32 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DENNIS Hannah, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of 

Newport, and Gilbert Updike, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of Oct. lo, 1807 

Abigail, youngest daughter of Capt. Thoma.s, 

and Horatio S. Dexter, merchant, at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of Dec. S, 1807 
Robert and Mary Lawton, at Newport, Oct. 21, 18 10 
Capt. John and Catharine Engs, daughter 

of Capt. William, at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 28, 181 1 
Abigail, daughter of Jonathan, of Newport, 

and Asa Arnold, of North Providence, at 

Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of - Aug. S, 181S 
Darius and Mary Goddard, daughter of the 

late Stephen, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 20, 1821 

Mary, daughter of Jonathan, of Newport, and 

Welcome Congdbn, of this town, at 

Friends' Meeting House there, Dec. 11, 1823 

Eunice and Melvin Wilbour, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Feb. 15, 1824 

Elizabeth and Emory Johnson, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 28, 1825 

DENNEY James, merchant, of Boston, and 

Eliza Martin, daughter of Hon. Simeon, at 

Newport, Jan. 15, 181 1 

Austin, Esq., editor "Worcester Spy," and 

Amelia Burbank, at Worcester. Gazette of June 4, 1823 

DESBROSSES Charlotte, daughter of John D., 

Esq., and Henry Overing, Esq., of New- 
port, at New York. Gazette of Aug. 15, 1795 
DESHON Capt. Daniel and Mrs. Fanny Rogers, 

at New London. Gazette of Aug. 31, 1799 

DEWEY Susan, of Cooperstown, N. Y., and 

Capt. Jonathan Sprague, formerly of this 

town, at said Cooperstown, Jan 3, 181 1 

DEWHURST John- and Abigail Hutchins, both 

of and at this town, Dec. 4, 1822 

DEXTER Capt. James and Hannah Morton, at 

Boston. Gazette of Dec. 14, 1771 

John Singer, Esq., and Polly Pearce, at East 

Greenwich. Gazette of Nov. 18, 1775 

Mrs. , widow of William, and Allen 

Peck. Gazette of May 18, 1776 

Mercy, daughter of James, and Lieut. Benja- 
min Walcott, at Cumberland. Gazette of Jan. 24, 1778 
Nancy, daughter of Col. Knight, and Capt. 

Samuel McClellan, Jr., at Smithfield. Ga- 

^ ^^."^ 9^ Jan. 3, 1784 

Benjamm and Polly Dexter, at Cumberland. 
Gazette of Aug. 27, 1785 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



33 



DEXTER Polly and Benjamin Dexter, at 
Cumberland. Gazette of 

Alice, daughter of Christopher, of North 
Providence, and Edward TayJor. Gazette 
of 

Esex and Margaret Coleman, daughter of 
John, of this town, 

Abigail, of North Providence, and Dr. 
Ephraim Comstock. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of James, Esq., and Jere- 
miah Whipple, Jr., at Cumberland. Ga- 
zette of 

Stephen, of this town, merchant, and Re- 
becca Champlain, daughter of the late 
Capt. Christopher, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Lewis, of North Providence, and Lydia Com- 
stock, daughter of Dr. Ichabod, of Smith- 
field. Gazette of 

Edward, merchant, and Abigail Smith, daugh- 
ter of Job, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of 

John, of this town, merchant, and Lucina 
Dexter, daughter of James, at Cumberland. 
Gazette of 

Lucina, daughter of James, and John Dexter, 
of this town, merchant, at Cumberland. 
Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Col. Knight, and Chris- 
topher C. Olney, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Stephen, of this town, merchant, and Phebe 
Champlin. Gazette of 

Ebenezer K. and Waitstill Howell, eldest 
daughter of Hon. David, Esq., by the Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Ada, daughter of the late Christopher, of 
North Providence, and Asa Olney, of this 
town, at North Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, I 

Lydia, daughter of Jonathan, and Major Na- 
thaniel Mowry, 3d, at Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Eliza, eldest daughter of Col. John S., and 
George C. Nightingale, by the Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Horatijo S., merchant, and Abigail Dennis, 
youngest daughter of Capt. Thomas, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of Jonathan, of Smithfield, 
and Sterry Jenckes, of Cumberland, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Place. Gazette of 



Aug. 27, 1785 

March 15, 1788 

May 23, 1790 

March S, 1791 

April 2, 1 791 

Nov. 5, 1791 

Feb. 9, 1793 

Dec. 7, 1793 

Feb. 8, 1794 

Feb. 8, 1794 

April 16, 1797 

Oct. 27, 1798 

Jan. I, 1801 

Jan. 27, 1803 

May 3, 1806 

Sept. 27, 1807 

Dec. 5, 1807 

March 26, 1808 



34 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DEXTER Nathaniel G. B. and Amey Jenckes, 

eldest daughter of Jerathmeal, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Gazette of Mov. 19, 1808 
Abby, daughter of Capt. Benjamin G., and 

William Earle, of this town, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1808 
Samuel, Esq., attorney at law, of this town, 

and Abby Sheldon, daughter of Major 

General Sheldon, of and at Newport, June 14, 1810 

John W. and Sally Bowen, at Pawtucket. 

Gazette of ^ Aug. 24, 181 1 

Anthony, of Smithfield, and Mary Ann Dex- 
ter, daughter of Capt. Benjamin G., of and 

at Cumberland, Jan. 12, 18 12 

Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of 

Cumberland, and Anthony Dexter, of 

Smithfield, at Cumberland, Jan. 12, 1812 

Phebe and Arnold Whipple, of Providence, 

at Smithfield. Gazette of Sept. 12, 1812 

Waitstill, daughter of the late Christopher, 

and Samuel Butler, Jr., of this town, mer- 
chant, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 20, 1813 

Mary Ann, daughter of Hon. John S., and 

Dr. John M. Eddy, both of this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, ' Nov. 20, 18 14 

Lucretia Hatch, daughter of Richard, Esq., 

of Boston, and Simeon Leonard Torrey, of 

Killingly, Ct., in this town, Nov. 16, 1815 

Louisa, daughter of Capt. Benjamin G., and 

Lemuel B. Mumford, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

all of and at this town, Feb. 9, i8i8 

Mary C, of Pawtucket, and Edwin H. Harris, 

of this town, at said Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Blake, June 15, 1818 

Sabra, daughter of Nathaniel B., of Paw- 
tucket, and John Wilson, of this town, at 

said Pawtucket, at St. Paul's Church, by 

Rev. Mr. Blake, Sept. 13, 1819 

Freelove, daughter of Major Nathan, of 

Charlton, Mass., and Isaac Jenckes, Esq., 

by Rev. Mr. Potter, at Cumberland, Feb. 13, 1820 

Capt. John and Hannah Aldrich, eldest 

daughter of Col. Dexter Aldrich, all of and 

at Smithfield. Gazette of jan 10 1821 

Betsey and Orrin Smith, both of and at ' 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Feb 4 1821 

William, Jr., and Marcelia Hicks, second 

daughter of Richard, at Scituate. Gazette 

°^ March ;, 1821 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 35 

DEXTER Samuel, Esq., and Amey Martin, 

daughter of Joseph S., Esq., both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 10, 1821 

Nancy and William Spears, both of and at 

Smithfield. Gazette of Feb. 20, 1822 

Lydia, daughter of Lewis, of Smithfield, and 

Capt. Jabez Gorham, of this town, at said 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 16, 1822 

Julia and Russell Jenckes, both of Cumber- 
land, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 9, 1822 
Martha B., of North Providence, and Stanton 

Thurber, of this town, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. 27, 1822 

Rebecca Champlain, eldest daughter of 

Stephen, of this town, and Robert Jeffrey, 

of New York, merchant, in this town, at 

St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 29, 1822 

Amey, youngest daughter of Lewis, Esq., 

and Smith Mowry, Jr., of Charleston, 

S. C, at Smithfield. Gazette of ' Sept. 27, 1823 

Col. Edward, of Seekonk, and Sarah Mum- 
ford, daughter of the late John, Esq., of 

this town, at St. Paul's Church, Boston, 

by Rev. Dr. Jarvis, Dec. 30, 1824 

Joseph W. and Eliza Hayford, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 14, 1824 

Edward, Jr., and Arvilla Walker, daughter 

of the late Timothy, both of and at See- 
konk. Gazette of Feb. 19, -1825 
Sarah W., of Pawtucket, and John C. Leveck, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Taft, April 10, 1825 

Mary, daughter of Christopher, of Smithfield, 

and Lodowick S. Walcott, of Cumberland, 

at said Smithfield. Gazette of June 22, 1825 

DE BOURBON the Princess Adalaide, and the 

Comte De Rally, in England. Gazette of May 5, 1804 

DE BRESSON M. Charles, Secretary of the 

Legation of France, and Catharine Liv- 
ingston Thompson, eldest daughter of 

Hon. Smith, Secretary of the Navy, at 

Washington, D. C. Gazette of Feb. i, 1823 

DE ERCKFOOT Mrs. Joanna and Major David 

McLane. Gazette of July 19, 1794 

DE EVELIH Mrs. —. , widow, late of Norton 

Street, Marylebone, Eng., and William 

Franklin, Esq., formerly Governor of New 

Jersey, in London. Gazette of April 16, 1791 

DE FORREST Sarah M., daughter of Mills, 

Esq., of Lammington, Vt., and John A. 

Smith, of Bristol, at former place. Ga- 
zette of May 2i,'i823 



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DE GRASSE Sylvia, daughter of the late 
Count De Grasse, and Francis De Pau, at 
Charleston, S. C, by the Rev. Dr. Galla- 
her. Gazette of 

DE LA FAYETTE Miss , daughter of the 

General, and Lucian Bonaparte. Gazette 
of 

DE LAMATER Dr. John, of Montgomery Co., 
Fla., and Ruth Angell, daughter of Joshua, 
Esq., late of Johnston, R. I., at Chatham, 
N. Y., 

DE LANCEY Susannah, daughter of Hon. 
Oliver, Esq., and Sir William Draper, Kt. 
Order of the Bath, at New York, 
James, Esq. , member of the General Assem- 
bly, of New York, son of the late James. 
Lieut. Governor of this Province, and 

Miss Allen, dau. of Hon. William, 

Chief Justice of Province of Pennsylvania, 

DE MALTITZ Francis Baron, First Secretary 
of the Russian Embassy, at Washington, 
D. C, and Mary Lee, youngest daughter 
of William Esq., Second Auditor of the 
Treasury, at Washington, 

DE PAU Francis and Sylvia DeGrasse, daugh- 
ter of the late Count De Grasse, at 
Charleston, S. C, by the Rev. Dr. Galla- 
her. Gazette of 

DE PEYSTER Catherine A., 3d daughter of 
Pierre, Esq., and David I. Greene, of Bos- 
ton, at Belleville, N. Y. Gazette of 

DE RALLY the Comte and Mademoiselle Ade- 
laide, Princess de Bourbon, in England. 
Gazette of 

DE WITT John, of Norwich, and Harriet Hunt- 
ington, daughter of Gen. Jedediah, at New 
London. Gazette of 

DE WOLFE Capt. Charles and Betsey Roger- 
son, daughter of the Rev. Robert, at Re- 
hoboth. Gazette of 
Capt. James and Nancy Bradford, daughter 

of Hon. William, at Bristol. Gazette of 
Charles, Jr., and Mary Goodwin, at Bristol. 

Gazette of 
John, of Bristol, and Mary Melville, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, Esq., at Boston. Gazette 
of 
Henry, of Bristol, and Ann Eliza Marston, 
at Boston. Gazette of 



March 3, 1798 
Dec. 13, 1800 

April I, 1810 
Oct. 13, 1770 

Aug. ig, 1771 

June 6, 1825 

March 3, 1798 

Jan. 12, 1805 

May s, 1804 

Sept. 27, 1806 

July 4, 1789 
Jan. 23, 1790 
Feb. 25, 1804 

Oct. 29, 1808 
Nov. s, 1808 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 37 

DE WOLF Martha, daughter of Charles, and 
Dr. Thomas Warren, all of Bristol, in this 
town-, . Nov. 23, 181 1 

Mary Ann, daughter of James, Esq., and 
Raymond H. J. Perry, Esq., U. S. Navy, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. White. Gazette of May 21, 18 14 

Maria, second daughter of William, Esq., of 
Biistol, and Robert Rogers, Jr., of New- 
port, merchant, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, Dec. 27, 1814 

James, Jr., of. Bristol, and Julia L. Post, of 
and at New York, by Rev. Dr. Romeyn. 
Gazette of ' May 20, 1815 

Lucia Emily, of Bristol, and Dr. Pardon 
Brownell, in this town, Dec. i, 1815 

John, Jr., Esq., and Sylvia Griswold, daugh- 
ter of Bishop Griswold, at Bristol, in St. 
Michael's Church, by Rt. Rt. Bishop Gris- 
wold, May 9, 1 8 19 

Mark Anthony, of Bristol, and Sophia Cath- 
arine Virginia Chappotin, third daughter 
of Leon, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, at St. John's Church, Oct. 10, 1821 

Harriet, daughter of Hon. James, and Jona- 
than P. Walls, Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 11, 1822 

Catharine H., daughter of Hon. James, and 
Joshua Dodge, Esq., Consul of the United 
States, at Marsielles, at Mt. Hope, Bistol, Oct. 5, 1823 

William Henry, Esq., of Bristol, and Sarah 
Ann Rogers, daughter of Rev. Dr. Rogers, 
of and at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Rogers, Dec. 18, 1823 
DIAMOND Mrs. Hope, widow of Capt. Benja- 
min, late of Bristol, and Benjamin Bourne, 
Esq., attorney at law. Gazette of Jan. 26, 1782 

DIBBLE Ammon and Sally Selleck,at Newtown, 

Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

DICKASON Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas, 
Esq., merchant, of London, and James T. 
Bowdoin, Esq., at Bloomsbury, Eng. Ga- 
zette of June 25, 1808 
DICKENS Eliza F. W. and Gardiner Vaughn, 

both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 5, 18 15 

Mary Ann and Christopher Roffee, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 12, 181 8 

DICKERSON Elizabeth, aged 16 years, and 
William Crawford, aged 60 years, at New 
York. Gazette of June 11, 1 814 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



-, editor of the Hampden 



DICKMAN T — 

Federalist, and Sarah Brewer, daughter of 

Dr. Chauncey, at Springfield, Mass., by 

Rev. Mr. Osgood. Gazette of 
DICKSON John, editor of the Intelligence, and 

Ann Rose, of and at Petersburgh, Va. 

Gazette of 
DIKE Alben Valentine and Phebe Ann Prince, 

daughter of the late Capt. James, both of 

and at this town, at St. John's Church, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
DILL Mrs. Ann, widow of the late Dr. Dill, and 

Rev. Dr. John Witherspoon, President of 

Princeton College, at Philadelphia, by the 

Rev. Dr. Nesbiit, President of Dickinson, 

College. Gazette of 
DILLIBER John C. and Ruth Brown, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
DILLON Amey and James Davidson, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette 

of 
Capt. Andrew and Mrs. Avis Whippey, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Menett, 
DIMAN Abigail and Henry D. W. Fales, both 

of and at Bristol. Gazette of 
Byron, Esq., and Abby Alden Wight, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Henry, both of and at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
DIMOND Hannah, daughter of Jonathan, and 

Billings Waldron, 2d, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexfojd. Gazette of 
Hopestill Potter, of Bristol, and Eliza Nichols 

Atwood, of this town, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Sarah, eldest daughter of Jonathan, and Na- 
thaniel Munroe, Esq., at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Wight. Gazette of 
Francis M., of Bristol, and Mrs. Maria E. 

Greene, daughter of Dr. Benjamin Parker, 

of Bradford, Mass., at Bristol, at St. 

Michael's Church, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, 
DIX Frederick and Maria Susan Kellar, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, all of and at this town, 
Susan, daughter of the late Col. Benjamin 

A., and Samuel M. Worcester, Professor 

of Rhetoric, Amherst College, at Salem, 

Mass. Gazette of 



March 29, 18 17 
Oct. 31, 1807 

Sept. 12, 1822 

June II, 1791 
June 3, 1821 

Oct. 8, 1814 

June 23, 1823 
July 10, 1822 

June I, 1823 

March 7, 18 1 2 

Apiil 17, 181S 

March 22, 1817 

Nov. 12, 1820 
Jan. II, 1824 

June 4, 1825 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 39 

DIXON Betsey, daughter of Robert, Esq., and 

Dr. Jesse Wheaton, at Voluntown, Ct. 

Gazette of May 15, 1790 

Samuel, of Plainfield, and Mary Rhodes, 

daughter of Gen. William, at Westerly. 

Gazette of Nov. 24, 1804 

Miss , aged 13, and J Way, Esq., 

aged 42, in England. Gazette of Aug. 13, 1814 

Mrs. Mary, of this town, and Abijah Brown, 

of North Kingstown, at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Feb. 18, 1816 

Mrs. T. W., of New York, and Robert Pat- 
ton, Esq., Postmaster of Philadelphia, at 

said New York. Gazette of Jan. 19, 18 u 

DOANE Sally and Richard Eldredge, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 8, 1824 

DOCKRAY Nancy, eldest daughter of John B., 

merchant, and William Brown, merchant, 

at South Kingstown. Gazette of March 31, 1798 

Capt. John R., Jr., of Newport, and Ann S. 

Plummer, of and at Portland, Me. Ga- 
zette of July 27, 1825 
DODDS George D., of this town, and Pomela 

Bowen, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Hill, Nov. I, 1813 

Prudence, third daughter of George, and Na- 
thaniel Grafton, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of 

this town, Oct. II, 1815 

DODGE Nehemiah and Sally Tripp, daughter 

of the late Lemuel. Gazette of Sept. 26, 1795 

Rev. Oliver and Sally Williams, daughter of 

the late John, at Glocester, R. I. Gazette 

of July 24, 1802 

Mrs. Nancy, widow of the late Cyrel, and 

Benjamin Peck, of Cheshire, at Pomfret, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. King, Aug. 12, 1804^ 

John H., and Mrs. Sarah Newmarsh, at 

Ipswich, Mass., Nov. 30, 1815 

John C. and Aseneth O. Foster, daughter 

of Ebenezer, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at St. 

John's Church, all of and at this town, Feb. 24, 1818 

Eliza, daughter of Nehemiah, of this town, 

and Dr. William Henry Allen, of Louis- 
ville, Ky., at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, July 13, 1820 

Joshua, Esq., Consul of the United States, 

at Marsielles, and Catharine H, De Wolfe, 

daughter of Hon. James, at Mt. Hope, 

Bristol, Oct. 5, 1823 



40 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DODGE Olney, of North Providence, and 

Dorcas Earle, of and at this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1824 

DONALDSON James, of Nashville, Tenn., and 

Clarrissa Richmond, late of Little Comp- 

ton, at said Nashville, Aug. 18, 1818 

DONHAM Jesse and Betsey Fell, at Newport. 

Gazette of Sept. 27, 1794 

DONNELL Eleanor S., second daughter of 

John and Samuel W. Smith, only son of 

Robert, former Secretary of State, at. 

Washington, D. C. Gazette of Nov. 26, 1823 

DONNISON William, merchant, and Mrs. 

Mary Stedman, of Boston. Gazette of Aug. 16, 1783 

Eliza Quincy, daughter of General William, 

of Boston, and Rev. Richard M. Hodges, 

of Bridgewater, Mass., at said Boston, Oct. 29, 1821 

DOOLlrtLE Betsey and Samuel, Mass., at 

Wallingtord, Ct. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1821 

Joseph and Mary Bronson, at Wallingford, 

Ct. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1821 

Lemuel and Deedama Malloon, at Walling- 
ford, Ct. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1821 
Roswell and Polly, Mass., at Wallingford, Ct. 

Gazette of Aug. 18, 1821 

DORR Samuel G. and Henrietta Smi h, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Haywood. Gazette 

of Aug. 20, 1785 

Sullivan, Esq., of Boston, and Lydia Allen, 

daughter of the late Capt. Zachariah, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr Crocker, Oct. 14, 1804 

Henry and Phebe Brown Pope, at Boston. 

Gazette of Dec. 13, 1806 

Capt. William and Ann Willard, at Boston. 

Gazette of May 2, 1807 

Capt. Nathaniel and Susan- Lambert, of 
• Roxbury, daughter ot William, Esq., at 

Boston. Gazette of Jan, 16, 1808 

Ruth, of Scituate, and Josiah Q. Pearce, of 

this town, at said Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Knight, April 25, 1824 

Sarah L., eldest daughter of Joseph, and 

l^ichard Temple, both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 3, 1824 

DORRANCE John, at Voluntown, and Patty 

Whitman, daughter of Jacob, of this town. 

Gazette of t^jj ^ 1782 

Archibald, of Voluntown, and Deborah ' 

Bowen, daughter of Ichabod, of Coventry. 

<^3zette of Peb. 14, 1789 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



41 



DORRANCE Peggy and Ashbel Welch, at 
Windham. Gazette of 

Hon. John and Mrs. Amey Clarke, of North 
Providence. Gazette of 

Samuel and Mary Pitman, daughter of ' 
Saunders, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

William L., of Enfield, Ct, and Martha 
Bowen, daughter of Ichabod, Esq., of and 
at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Stone. Ga- 
zette of 

George and Ann V. Warner, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

James B., Esq., attorney at law, at Glocester, 
and Amey Greene, eldest daughter of Dr. 
Thomas, 

Betsey and James Bugbee, both of Wood- 
stock, at Warren, R. I. Gazette of 

Henrietta, second daughter of Lemuel, late 
of Sterling, and Amos Branch, of Plain- 
field, at said Sterling, 

TuUy and Sally F. Rhodes, only daughter 
of Hon. James, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Jacobs. Gazette of 
DORSEY Mrs. Anne, widow of Col. Dorsey, 

and Oliver Bowen, Esq. Gazette of 
DORVILLE Capt. Peter and Cynthia Aborn, 
daughter of Col. Samuel, at Pawtuxet. 
Gazette of 
DOTHERELL Lucy, 21, and Peleg Smith, 68, 

at Camden, Me., by John Thayer, Esq., 
DOUGLASS William and Sarah Ann Atkinson, 
daughter of the late John, of and at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Elizabeth Mary, daughter of the late George, 
of New York, and James Monroe, Jr., of 
Virginia, at said New York. Gazette of 

John, of Menden, Mass., and Alice Farnum, 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

William H. and Mary Ann Sherman, daugh- 
ter of Elijah, at Newport. Gazette of 

William and Mary Reynolds, at Valley Falls, 
by Rev. Mr. Greene, 
DOWD Catherine and Consider Bashee, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, ^ 

DOWE Paul and Betsey Matilda Carpenter, 
daughter of Dr. Cyrel, at Foster. Ga- 
zette of 
DOWNER Sylvana Americana, daughter of the 
late Silas, Esq., and Capt. Burrough. Ga- 
zette of 



Oct. 24, 1795 

Oct. 21, 1797 

March 13, 1803 

March 26, 1803 
Dec. 13, 1807 

Oct. 6, 181 1 
Jan. 18, 1812 

Nov. I, 1812 

Jan. 15, 1814 
April 28, 1798 

Aug. I, 1778 
Aug. 16, 1 819 

June 25, 1814 

April 17, 1822 

Dec. 22, 1823 

Jan. 7, 1824 

Jan. 23, 1825 

Sept. 20, 1 8 10 

Dec. 19, 1801 

April 20, 1793 



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DOWNER Henrietta C. and Isaac Bowen, Sen , 

both of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
DOWNING Eliza and Valentine Martin. Ga- 
zette of 

Henry and Ann Black, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Catharine, eldest daughter of the late 
William, of Newport, and John James, in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette 
of 

James and Avis Gedding, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
DOWNS Bartlett A. and Elizabeth Ups, at 

Charleston, S. C. Gazette of 
DOYLE Sarah H., of this town, and Edward 
Stayner, of Halifax, at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

David B. and Mary Ann Billings, daughter 
of Williams, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 
DRAKE Col. Bethuel and Harriet Crane, daugh- 
ter of Major General Crane, at Canton, 
Mass., by the Chaplain of the 2d Regi- 
ment. Gazette of 

Freeman and Mary Davis, in this town. 
Gazette of 
DRAPER Sir William, Kt., Order of the Bath, 
and Susanna De Lancey, dau. of Hon. 
Oliver, Esq., at New York, 

Paul and Polly Sweet, daughter of Capt. 
Nehemiah. Gazette of 

Aaron and Amelia Sweet. Gazette of 

Tirzah, of Attleboro, and James Page, of this 
town, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Anstris and Dr. Benjamin Hubbard, at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Harriet, daughter of John, of Attleboro, and 
Capt. Jabez Lovett, of New York, in this 
town, 

William and Alice B. Drowne, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Henry S., merchant, and Sybel Martin, 
seco'nd daughter of Joseph, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, 

Meriam and Artemus Eaton, of Killingly, at 
Attleboro, 

Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Paul, and 
James Snow, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of 
and at this town, 

Julia Ann, youngest daughter of the late 
Paul, and Ulysses Holden, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, all of and at this town, 



Oct. 29, 1809 

Oct. 13, 1798 
March 3, 1 805 



Feb. 14, 1807 

March 17, 1822 

Aug. 22, 1818 

July 13, 1823 

Feb. 8, 1824 

Feb. 7, 1818 
Sept. I, 1 82 1 

Oct. 13, 1770 

Nov. 13, 1790 
Oct. 29, 1 79 1 

April 8, 181 1 

June 23, 1812 

July 21, 1812 
July 25, 1814 

Oct. s, 181 s 
Nov. 19, 1816 

Oct. 28, 181 7 

Jan. 27, i8i8 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



43 



DRAPER John, Jr., and Betsey Peck, by Rev. 

Mr. Carrique, all of and at Attleboro, at 

the Universalist Church. Gazette of 
Nehemiah S., of this town, and Martha M. 

Moore, daughter of Col. Henry, of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 
Ira and Elizabeth Arnold Higgison, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Virgil, of Rome, N. Y., and Eliza Holmes, of 

and at Attleboro. Gazette of 
Susan R., and Hosea Carpenter, both of this 

town, at Rome, N. Y. Gazette of 
DRESSER Mrs. Matilda, widow of Asa, and 

Abel Allen, of this town, at Thompson, 

Ct. Gazette of 
Lucia, of this town, daughter of Asa, Esq., 

of Thompson, and William Dwight, Jr., 

of said Thompson, in this town, 
Susan and Boyleston Poore, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
DREVER John and Sally Revein, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
DRISCOLL James, of New Brunswick, N. J., 

and Hannah Maxwell, daughter of James, 

Esq. Gazette of 
DRIVER Ann and Hon. Thomas Claiborne, 

late of Congress, in Virginia. Gazette of 
DROWNE Lydia Bowen and William Chase, 

both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Abigail, of Barrington, and Israel Peck, of 

Seekonk, at Barrington, 
Alice B. and William Draper, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
George F. and Ann Whiting, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Sukey Ann and Ira Kent, both of and at 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Ga- 
zette of 
Alfred and Frances Humphrey, both of and 

at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Ga- 
zette of 
Samuel and Ann Luther, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Mary, of New Market, N. H., and Amos 

M. Read, of Pawtucket, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Simeon, of Barrington, and Mary Ann 

Kelley, of Seekonk, at said former place, 

by Rev. Mr. Wood, 



April 24, 1 819 

Feb. 8, 1820 
Oct. 24, 1820 
Feb. 16, 1822 
July 30, 1825 

April 6, 1 80s 

Oct. 23, 181 1 
May 22, 1825 
May 14, 181S 

June 23, 1804 
Sept. 7, 1805 

Nov. 20, 1808 
Oct. 18, 1813 
July 25, 1814 

June 28, 1815 

Oct. 24, 1818 

Nov. 14, 1818 
April 30, 1820 

June 13, 1821 

Sept. 2, 1824 



44 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DRUSEY Isaac and Mrs. Hannah Boke, both 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 30, 1807 

DUANE William, editor of the Aurora, and 
.Mrs. Margaret Hartman Bache, widow of 
B. Franklin Bache, at Philadelphia, by the 
Rev. Dr. White, June 28, 1800 

DUANE William J., son of the editor of the 
Aurora, and Deborah Bache, sister of the 
late Benjamin Franklin Bache, at Phila- 
delphia. Gazette of Jan. ir, 1806 
Catharine, eldest daughter of Col. William, 
editor of the Aurora, and Col. George 
Morgan, of Washington Co., Penn., at 
Philadelphia. Gazette of Oct. 10, 1807 

Miss , daughter of Hon. James, Esq., 

and George William Featherstonhaugh, 
Esq., of Great Britain, at Albany. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 19, 1808 

DUBOSQUE Mrs. Betsey, of Johnston, and 
Capt. Christopher Olney, of North Provi- 
dence, at said Johnston. Gazette of Feb. 13, 1822 

DUDLEY Charles, Esq., collector of customs. 

Port of Newport, and Miss Crook, 

daughter of Robert, Esq., April 23, 1769 

DUER Lady Catharine, widow of William, Esq., 
and daughter of the late Earle of Sterling, 
and William Nelson, Esq., merchant, at 
New York. Gazette of Sept. 26, 1801 

DUMOTT Mrs. Joanna and James McKensie, 

at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, April 21, 181 1 

DUNCAN Margaret, of Haverhill, and Rev. 

Dr. Baldwin, of Boston, at Haverhill, Dec. i, 182 1 

DUNCKLEE Mary and Farnum Chickering, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at this town, Feb. 13, 1820 

DUNLAP John, printer, and Mrs. Elli- 
son, late of Liverpool, Eng., at Philadel- 
phia, Feb. 4, 1773 
Ehza, daughter of John, Esq., of Philadel- 
phia, and Sidney H. Burrough, of this 
town, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. Helfen- 
stein, Aug. 10, 1809 
Harriet, daughter of John, Esq., and Joseph 
Parkham, by Rt. Rev. Bishop White, all 
of Philadelphia. Gazette of Aug. 25, 1810 
Patrick and Anna Mann, daughter of Alfred, 

of and at Smithfield, July 3^ 1814 

Robert, 70, and Ann Williams, 20, at Putney, 
Vt. Gazette of Aug- ^0 181 7 

DUNHAM Esther, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 
and George Weeden, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of April I, 1786 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



45 



DUNHAM Sally, daughter of Daniel, and 

George Bliss. Gazette of 
Charles and Hannah Kaighn, daughter of 

Charles, deceased, at Newport. Gazette of 
Abigail, daughter of Robert, and Stephen 

Yates, at Newport. Gazette of 
Alpheas, of Boston, merchant, and Grace 

Lamed, daughter of Amasa, of New Lon- 
don, at Windsor, Vt., 
William W., printer, and Mary Greenman, 

daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, by the Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Rebecca and Josiah Snow, both of and at 

■ this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Mrs. .Margaret, daughter of Capt. George 

King, and Elijah Loomis, printer, at New 

York. Gazette of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Jesse, and Gideon 

Spooner, at Newport. Gazette of 
DUNN Robert Joseph, Esq., and Amey Tweedy, 

daughter of Dr. John, both of and at New- 
port, 
Esther, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and 

Thomas Jones, merchant. Gazette of 
Nancy, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and Capt. 

William Jones. Gazette of 
Capt. Bernon and Amey Jackson, daughter 

of Capt. Daniel. Gazette of 
Nancy and Capt. L. T. Morgan, at Boston. 

Gazette of 
Hannah, daughter of the Rev. Thomas, of 

Newport, and William James Taylor, of 

Philadelphia, at said Newport. Gazette of 
Mrs. Russell, 70, and Edward North, 21, at 

Somerset Co., Md. Gazette of 
Theophilus C, M. D., and Elizabeth R. Pot- 
ter, daughter of Capt. Robinson, at New- 
port. Gazette of 
DUNTON Ruth and Thomas P. Clarke, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
DUNWELL Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. 

John, and William Brown. Gazette of 
Capt. John, of this town, and Sally Cornell, 

at Newport. Gazette of 
John and Elizabeth Wardwell, daughter of 

Stephen, both of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
DURANT Ann Jane and John Walker, alias 

Sickquoinneyoukee, a Cherokee Chief, at 

Philadelphia. Gazette of 



Dec. 12, 1789 
July 28, 1792 
Dec. 29, 1792 

May IS, 1803 

Jan. 13, 1805 
March 3, 1808 

June 25, 1808 
Oct. 30, 1820 

Aug. I, 1769 

March 29, 1777 

March 17, 1787 

Oct. 20, 1792 

Oct. 10, 1812 

July II, 1821 
March 13, 1822 

April 28, 1824 

May II, 1794 

Dec. 5, 1789 

Jan. 21, 1797 

July 20, 1 81 2 

Jan. 21, 1797 



46 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DURANT Henry and Polly Canfield, at Red- 
ding, Ct. . Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

DURFEE Ezekiel and Miss Jacobs, both 

of this town, . July 16, 1769 

Sally, daughter of Ezekiel, and Henry Sweet- 
ing. Gazette of May 23, 1795 

Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. Ezekiel, 
and John Sweet, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 20, 1807 

Mrs. Hannah and John Davis, merchant, 
both of this town, at Warwick, May 23, 1809 

Catharine and Asa Pike, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 27, 181 1 

Abner and Thankful Easten, at Killingly, 
Ct., Feb. 14, 1 813 

Rebecca and Jordan SpragUe, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Tole, Aug. 14, 1814 

Job, Member of Congress, and Judith 
Borden, daughter of the late Simeon, Esq., 
at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Coleman. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 23, 1820 

Lucinda, daughter of the late Oliver, of 
Middletown, and Francis Carr, of New- 
port, at Bristol. Gazette of March S, 1823 

Raymond and Sarah Ailman, daughter of 
John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, June 22, 1825 

DURICH James and Lavinia Richmond, both 
l"Tr°:V;of and at Wellington. Gazette of Jan. 17, 1824 

DWIGHT Gamaliel L., of Boston; merchant, 
and Sarah C. Howell, youngest daughter 
of Hon. David, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 21, 1809 

Timothy, Jr., and Clarissa Strong, daughter 
of Hon. Caleb, of Northampton, Mass., at 
New Haven, May 25, 1809 

Sally and John Palmer, both of East Green- 
wich, at Newport. Gazette' of Nov. 11, 1809 

Sereno E., Esq., and Susan E. Daggett, 
daughter of Hon. David, at New Haven, 
Ct., Aug. 27, 181 1 

William, Jun., of Thompson, Ct., and Lucia 
Dresser, of this town, daughter of Asa, 
Esq., of said Thompson, in this town, Oct. 23, 181 1 

Mrs. Sarah H., daughter of the late Hon. 
David Howell, and Hon. Samuel Eddy, 
Member of Congress from this State, m 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Oct. 17, 1824 

Mary S., daughter of the Hon. Theodore, 
Jun., and George Bliss, Jun., Esq., attorney 
at law, at Springfield, Mass. Gazette of May 11, 1825 

DYER Thomas and Miss Ripley, at 

Windham, Ct., May 12, 177 1 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



47 



DYER Miss Amelia, daughter of Hon. Eli- 
phalet, and Col. Joseph Trumbull, Com- 
missary General. Gazette of 

Dr. Benjamin and Abigail Pearce, daughter 
of Benoni, Esq. Gazette of 

Charles, Jr., and Hannah Field, daughter of 
Capt. John. Gazette of 

Amelia, daughter of Col. Thomas, and 
Edmond Badger, Jr. Gazette of 

Elisha, merchant, and Frances Jones, eldest 
daughter of Thomas, by the Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Eliphalet, Jr., and Susannah Smith, by the 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah and Benjamin Searle. Gazette of 

Phebe, daughter of Charles, of Cranston, and 
Capt. John F. Greene, of this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Eliphalet, Jr., of this town, and Lydia Deni- 
son, at Windham, Ct. Gazette of 

Esther, daughter of Nathan, of Cranston, 
and Thomas Dyer, Jr., of Providence, by 
Elder Knight, 

Thomas, Jr., of Providence, and Esther Dyer, 
daughter of Nathan, of Cranston, by Elder 
Knight, 

Martha P., eldest daughter of Dr. Benjamin, 
and Dr. Hercules Whitney, of Wickford, 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Freelove, youngest daughter of Thomas, and 
Robert Searle, of Cranston, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 

Maria, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, of Wind- 
ham, Ct., and Dr. Nathaniel Hewes, at 
- said Windham. Gazette of 

Abby P., daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and 
Joseph K. Potter, of this town, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Huldah, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, of Wind- 
ham, Ct., and John Fitch, Esq., at said 
Windham. Gazette of 

Phebe, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and Na- 
thaniel Penno, of Norton, Mass., by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Meriam and Richard Eldredge, both of this 
town, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Elizabeth B. and Peter Grinnell, 2d, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 



March 29, 1777 

April 26, 1788 

May 12, 1798 

Sept. 8, 1798 

Oct. IS, 1801 

Oct. 31, 1802 
Nov. 6, 1802 

July 16, 1803 
April 6, 1805 

Jan. 26, 1806 

Jan. 26, 1806 

April 24, 1808 

March 17, 1810 

Jan. 19, 181 
Sept. 30, 181 

Oct. 19, 181 

June 21, 181 

Oct. 22, 181 
Nov. 16, 181 



48 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DYER Olney and Mrs. Sybel Brown, daughter 

of John Perren, both of this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson. Gazette of Sept. 21,1816 

Davis, merchant, and Hannah Thurber, 

youngest daughter of the late Edward, 

both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 26, 1817 

Paris, merchant, and Julia Ann Dyer, eldest 

daughter of Charles, Esq., both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 14, 1818 

Julia Ann, eldest daughter of Charles, Esq., 

and Paris Dyer, merchant, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 14, 1818 

Robert and Priscilla Phillips, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 30, 1820 
Nabby, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of John- 
ston, and Welcome Ballou, of Smithfield, 

at said Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, March 5, 1821 

Sarah, of Cranston, and Thomas Smith, of 

Johnston, at Pawtuxet. Gazette of April 4, 1821 

Cyrus and Mary Ann Grinnell, daughter, of 

Peter, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 6, 182 1 

Anstress P., fourth daughter of Dr. Benja- 
min, and Salma Manton, of Johnston, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 14, 1822 

Benjamin, Jr., and Harriet Adie, only daugh- 
ter of Major Alexander, at St. John's 

Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 1822 

Charles, Jr., and Delia Soule, daughter oi 

the late Capt. Cornelius, in this town, bv 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, ' April 16, 1823 

Patience and Otis Irish, at Little Compton. 

Gazette of Nov. 19, 1823 

Erances Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 

Benjamin, Esq., and Thomas Jefferson 

Stead, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Feb. 21, 1825 

Frances Jones, second daughter of Elisha, 

and Amos Maine Vinton, merchant, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 25, 1824 



EAGAN Matthew and Jelinia Baxter, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 28, 1820 

EAGER Naham, of this town, and Betsey 

Nelson, of and at Shrewsbury, Mass., Aug. 28, 1820 

Freelove and Nathaniel Heath, both of and 

at this town, Nov. 27, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 49 

EAMES Nancy and John Harwood, printer, 

both of this town. Gazette of July 20; 1799 

Hon. Zephaniah and Olive Cole, at Sterling, 

Ct. Gazette of May 5, 1810 

EARLE Ralph, of Paxton, Worcester Co., 
Mass., and Mrs. Naomi Kinnicutt, widow 
of Amos. Gazette of Oct. 7, 1775 

Polly, daughter of Capt. William, and Capt. 

Joseph Tillinghast. Gazette of Aug. 17, 1776 

Dorcas, eldest daughter of Capt. John, and 
Obadiah Williams, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Newport. Gazette of Dec. 19, 1789 

Sally, daughter of Capt. William, and Capt. 

Charles Sheldon. Gazette of Nov. 12, 1791 

Pliny, of Leicester, and Patience Buffum, 
daughter of William, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Smithfield. Gazette of June 15, 1793 

Benjamin and Betsey Gorton, both of this 

town Gazette of Jan. 3, 1795 

John, Jr., and Eliza Slocum, daughter of the 
late John, merchant, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Newport, ' Nov. 2, 1797 

Dexter and Amey Smith, of Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, May i, 1798 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. John, Sen., and 
William S. Burling, of New York, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 9, 1799 
Capt. Oliver and Fanny Holroyd, daughter 

of William, Esq. Gazette of Dec. 13, 1800 

Sarah and Daniel Young, both of this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Feb. 13, 1802 

Joseph, of Nantucket, and Eliza Coleman, 

of this town, at Nantucket. Gazette of March 19, 1803 

Hepzibah, of this town, and Henry Williams. 

Gazette of Oct. i, 1803 

Elizabeth and Capt. Bateman Munroe, of 

Bristol, at Portsmouth. Gazette of July 28, 1804 

Capt. Oliver, of this town, and Sally Arnold, 
daughter of Capt. Israel, of and at War- 
wick, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 24, 1805 
Phebe, daughter of Capt. John, and George 
B. Robinson, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Newport. Gazette of Oct. 10, 1807 
William, of this town, and Abby Dexter, 
daughter of Capt. Benjamin G., at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1808 
Rachel, daughter of Capt. John, and Thomas 
L. Tuells, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of April 28, 1 8 10 



50 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EARLE Nathaniel, of Leicester, Mass., and 

Freelove Clifford, of this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Jan. 19, 1812 

Joseph, Esq., and Lydia Fowler, daughter 

of the late Dr. Isaac, at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Mr. Thompson, Jan. 24, 1813 

Mrs. Susannah and Asa Kent, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Winchell. Gazette of May 14, 1814 

Frances W., daughter of Hon. Elias, and 

Daniel H. Tillinghast, Esq., attorney at 

law, at Centreville, S. C, by Rev. Mr. 

Vandever, Jan. 5, 18 16 

Frances, eldest daughter of Col. Caleb, and 

Thomas Whitaker, both of this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 16, 1817 

Mrs. Amey, of this town, and Henry Fan- 
ner, of Johnston, at this town, Nov. 19, 1818 
Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Capt. 

John, and Benjamin C. Curtis, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Oct. 25, 1820 

Fanny, daughter of the late Capt. William, 

and Christopher C. Godfrey, both of and 

at this town, July 12, 1821 

Benjamin and Mrs. Amanda Westcott, both 

of this town, at Cranston. Gazette of Nov. 31, 1821 

Maria, daughter of the late Capt. William, 

and William G. Williams, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 29, 1823 

Thomas J. and Abigail Snow, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 17, 1823 

Harriet C, of Nantucket, and Stephen 

Cornell, of and at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 4, 1823 

Dorcas, of this town, and Olney Dodge, of 

North Providence, at this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1824 

Eliza, second daughter of Hon. Caleb, and 

Zebadiah Lathrop, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. i, 1825 

Mrs. Abby G. and Joseph S. Lawton, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Webb, July 30, 1825 

Mrs. Lydia and William Arnold, at Cumber- 
land. Gazette of Aug. 20, 1825 
EAST Betsey, only daughter of Capt. John, and 

George Blancher, at Smithfield, Jan. i, 181 1 

EASTERB ROOKS Polly, of Newport, and 

Wheeler Martin, of this town. Gazette of March 14, 1789 

D and Polly Sanford, at Bristol, July 8, 1821 

Joseph, of Swanzey, and Amey Cole Luther, 

daughter of Martin, both of and at War- 
ren. Gazette of Sept. 13, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 51 

EASTON Sally, daughter of Nicholas, Esq., and 
John G. Ladd, of Alexandria, Va., mer- 
chant, at Middletown. Gazette of Sept. i, 1798 

Eliza W. and Josiah Humphrey, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Oct. 17, 1802 

Hannah, daughter of Nicholas, Esq., and 
Samuel Pearce, at Portsmouth. Gazette 
of Sept. 24, 1803 

Ann, daughter of Nicholas, and John F. 
Townsend, of Newport, merchant, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of Feb. 18, 1804 

Eliza, daughter of John, and Lewis Roseman- 
iere, editor of the Newport Mercury, at 
Newport. Gazette of May 31, 1806 

James and Henrietta Newton Sherman, 
eldest daughter of Capt. George, at New- 
port. Gazette of July 19, 1806 

Norman and Elizabeth A. Salisbury, young- 
est daughter of Joshua, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Gano, • April 15, 181 1 

Clement, of Providence, and Arty Hopkins, 
of and at Foster. Gazette of Oct. 26, 181 1 

Rebecca R. and Stanford Newell, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Nov. 6, 181 1 

Thankful and Abner Durfee, at Killirigly, 

Ct., Feb. 14, 1813 

Sarah G. and Capt. Samuel Humphreys, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Oathman, Nov. 26, 1821 

James C. and Eliza Franklin, daughter of 

Robert, both of and at Newport, April Si 1825 

EATON Mrs. Susannah, widow of Dr. Joseph, 

and Joseph Lawrence. Gazette of April 11, 1778 

Levi and Susan Howe, daughter of Ezekiel, 
at Framingham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Kel- 
logg. Gazette of ' June i, 1805 

Artemus, of Killingly, and Mirriam Draper, 

at Attleboro, Nov. 19, 1816 

Charles and Ann Day, by Rev. Mr. Day, 
all of and at Killingly, Ct., Aug. 27, 1818 

EAYRES Thomas S. and Ann Edes, at Boston, 

by Rev. W. E. Channing, Dec. i, 1812 

EDDY David and Naomi Arnold, daughter of 

Thomas, dec, at Smithfield, Feb. 13, 1772 

Polly, daughter of Esek, and Lieut. Jeremiah 

Greenman. Gazette of Oct. 23, 1784 

Esther, daughter of Daniel, and Capt. Laban 

Waterman, at Johnston. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1786 

Mrs. Martha, widow of Richard, and Capt. 

Daniel Bucklin. Gazette of Feb. n, 1786 



52 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EDDY Benjamin, 2d., and Sally James, daugh- 
ter of the late Allen, of Newport. Ga- 
zette of March 24, 1787 

Esek, Jr., and Alice Williams, daughter of 
Andrew. Gazette of Jan. 30, 1790 

Jesse, of Northbridge, and Sarah Congdon, 
daughter of Joseph, at Friends' Meeting 
House, in this town. Gazette of Feb. S, 1791 

Abigail^ daughter of Esek, of this town, and 

Rufus Hawkins. Gazette of Feb. 25, 1792 

Samuel, Esq., and Betsey Bucklin, daughter 
of Capt. Daniel. Gazette of Nov. 17, 1792 

Sally, daughter of Comfort, of this town, and 
John Greenman, of Swanzey. Gazette of Nov. 9, 1793 

William, Jr., of Providence, and Huldah 
Albro, daughter of Job, of Foster. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 6, 1794 

Jeremiah and Mrs. Sarah Field, daughter of 
the late Capt. Isaac Field. Gazette of Aug. 29, 1795 

Sarah and Caleb Barker, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Dartmouth. Gazette of Dec. 19, 1795 

Lydia and William Tourtellot, at Glocester. 

Gazette of April 20, 1799 

John and Patty Tefft, daughter of David. 
Gazette of May 18, 1799 

Phebe, daughter of Joseph, and Benjamin 

C. Warner. Gazette of Oct. 19, 1799 

Samuel, Esq., and Martha Wheaton, daugh- 
ter of James, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1801 

Dr. John M. and Hannah Carlile, daughter 
of the late Capt. Thomas, Oct. 7, 1804 

Ruth, daughter of Barnard, of this town, and 

Benjamin W. Gardiner, of Exeter, R. I.-, April 2, 1807 

Mary, daughter of Peleg, and Zachariah 

Chaffee, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 26, 1807 

Samuel, Esq., and Naomi Ann Angell, 
daughter of Elisha, of North Providence, 
by the Rev. Dr. Gano, April 25, 1809 

Josiah I. and Sophia Peckham, daughter of 

Peter, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 24, 18 12 

Dr. John M. and Mary Ann Dexter, daugh- 
ter of Hon. John S., both of this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 20, 18 14 

Martha, eldest daughter of Samuel, Esq., and 
Oroondates Mauran, merchant, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, in this town, Dec. 11, 1814 

Comfort, Jr., of this town, and Mary Swartz, 
eldest daughter of the late Capt. Swartz, 
of Newport, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
G^no> Nov. 16, 181S 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 53 

EDDY Mrs. Huldah and John Sarle, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 21, 1816 

Benjamin C, of this town, and Sarah Brown, 

of and at South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 

Northup. Gazette of Aug. 16, 1817 

Barnard and Julia G. Westcott, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, all of this town, Oct. 14, 18 17 

Eunice, daughter of Jeremiah, and William 

P. Shaw, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and at 

this town, Nov. 9, 1817 

Thomas, Esq., of Warwick, and Eliza L. 

Hoppin, daughter of Nicholas, of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 14, 181 8 

Phebe, eldest daughter of George, of this 

town, and William C. Staples, of Cumber- ' 

land, at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, April 11, 1819 

Margaret S., youngest daughter of William, 

and John Ferguson, Jr., in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Park, April 28, 18 19 

Silence, of Rehoboth, and Preston Harvey, 

of Taunton, at said Rehoboth, Dec. 24, 18 19 

Ann, daughter of Moses, and Rev. Reuben 

Torrey, 'of Ashford, Ct., by Rev. Dr. 

Messer, Oct. 5, 1820 

Maria, daughter of Barnard, and Daniel R. 

Clarke, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Feb. 11, 1821 

Comfort and Catherine Swartz, in this town. 

Gazette of Sept. i, 1821 

William and Susan Bliss, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Gazette of April 27, 1822 
Richard and Martha James, daughter of 

John, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, May 2, 1822 

Joseph W. and Anna Maria Robbins, daugh- 
ter of Ashur, Esq., at Newport. Gazette 

of May II, 1822 

Margaret, daughter of the late William, Jr., 

of this town, and Joseph Davis, of East 

Greenwich, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Aug. II, 1822 

Abby, daughter of Benjamin, 2d, and Thomas 

G. Humphrey, both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 30, 1822 

WiUiam and Hannah G. Wilbur, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev, Mr. Rexford. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 23, 1822 
Mary, of Westport, and Samuel M. Tabor, of 

this town, at said Westport, Dec. 29, 1822 

Eunice C, daughter of Benjamin, and George 

E. Simmons, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 13, 1823 



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EDDY Richard E. and Emily Ann Hawley, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Capt. Sylvester and Lamor H. Luther, both 

of and at Warren. Gazette of 
Julia Ann, of Bellefonte, Cranston, and 
Joseph Clarke, of Edenburgh, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of 
Sarah James, daughter of Benjamin, and 

Samuel Gray, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Betsey, daughter of Peleg, and Caleb God- 
frey, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 
George and Maria Hall, at Johnston. Ga- • 

zette of 
Hon. Samuel, member of Congress from 
this State, and Mrs. Sarah H. Dwight, 
daughter of the late Hon. David Howell, 
in this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
EDES Rev. Henry, pastor of the First Congre- 
gational Church and Society, of this town, 
and Catherine C. May, daughter of John, 
Esq., at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Lathrop. 
Gazette of 
Sarah and Benjamin Tucker, both of Boston, 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette 
of 
Lucy W. and William Melendy, both of 

Boston. Gazette of 
Ann and Thomas S. Eayres, at Boston, by 
Rev. W. E. Channing, 
EDGAR Gen. John, of New Jersey, an officer 
of the Revolution, aged 90 years, and 
Eliza Stevens, aged 14 years, at Williams- 
burgh, Illinois. Gazette of 
EDMONDS Eliza and Amos Briggs, both of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
ELAKIN Marcus, of this town, and Elizabeth 
Slocum, daughter of Primus, of and at 
Seekonk (colored), 
ELDERKIN Capt. Eleazer and Harriet Sabin, 
daughter of the late Thomas, by the Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 
Capt. Eleazer and Anstress Davis, eldest 
daughter of Capt. Robert, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
ELD RED Susan, daughter of Robert, and 
George W. Tillinghast, at Wickford. Ga- 
zette of 
Capt. Peleg, of Jamestown, and Nancy 
Perry, daughter, of the late George, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 



Oct. 15, 1823 
Oct. 15, 1823 

March 20, 1824 
April 18, 1824 

Sept. 19, 1824 
Sept. 25, 1824 

Oct. 17, 1824 

July 27, 1805 

Oct. I, 1808 

March 9, 181 1 

Dec. I, 1812 

Jan. 28, 1824 
April 8, 1810 

May 24, 1 82 1 

Sept. 8, 1803 

Nov. 27, 1808 

Sept. 20, 1806 

Oct. 19, 18 1 7 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 55 

ELDREDGE James, Esq., and Mrs. Cloe Hub- 
bard, at Pomfret, Ct., June 5, 1803 
Capt. Henry, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Eliza 

Davis, daughter of Capt. Robert, of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 27, 1808 

Richard and Meriam Dyer, both of this 

town, at North Providence, by Rev, Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 22, 1815 

Sarah B. and Capt. Hutchinson A. Cole, 

both of Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Northup. 

Gazette of Oct. 11, 18 17 

Merian S. and Orion B. Saxton, printer, at 

Salem, by Rev. Mr. Carlile. Gazette of Jan. 2, 18 19 

Dr. Charles and Eleanor Fry, daughter of 

Thomas, Esq., at East Greenwich, by 

Rev. Mr. Parker, Nov. 19, 1820 

Rebecca and Welcome Arnold, both of and 

at Pawtucket. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1821 

Edward, of St. Salvator, S. A., and Hannah 

Grosvenor, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of 

and at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Potter, March 6, 1822 

Anna and Capt. Ray Greene Andrews, both 

of and at Warwick. Gazette of Oct. 16, 1822 

Gideon and Mary Ann Parker, both of Bos- 
ton, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. — , 1 823 
Catharine and John P. Smith, in 'this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 18, 1823 

Richard and Sally Doane, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 8, 1824 

ELDRICH William, of Salem, and Harriet 

Boyd, of Weston, Nov. 6, 181 1 

ELIZABETH Princess, third daughter of their 

Majesties, and Philip Augustus Frederick, 

the hereditary Prince of Hesse Hamburg, 

at the Queen's Palace, April 7, 181 8 

ELLERY Ann, of Newport, and Rev. John 

Burt, of Bristol, at Newport, Nov. 17, 1768 

Lucy, daughter of William, Esq., and Wil- 
liam Channing, Esq., attorney at law, at 

Newport. Gazette of May 15, 1773 

Betsey, daughter of Christopher, Esq., and 

Samuel Vernon, 3d, at Newport. Gazette 

of Jan. IS, 178s 

Almy, of William, Esq., and William Stead- 
man, Esq., of Lancaster, Mass. Gazette of Oct. 30, 1790 
Mary, daughter of the late Christopher, and 

Asher Robbins, Esq., of this town, at New- 
port. Gazette of Dec. 24, 1791 
Edmund T. and Catherine Almy, daughter 

of Benjamin, Esq., at Newport. Gazette 

of Oct. 13, 1792 



55 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ELLERY Christopher, Esq., and Clarrissa Bird, 

daughter of Nathaniel, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 10, 1792 
William, Jr., deputy collector port of New- 
port, and Abigail Shaw, daughter of Capt. 

William, at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 8, 1798 

Abraham Redwood, Esq., of Newport, and 

Sarah Charlotte Weissenfels, daughter of 

Major Weissenfels, at New York. Ga- 
zette of April 16, 1803 
Mary G., of Newport, and Samuel Jennison, 

Jr., of Worcester, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Oct. 15, 1815 

Cornelia, daughter of Hon. Christopher, and 

Albert E. Harding, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

all of and at this town, Nov. 26, 18 19 

Clarrissa, daughter of Christopher, Esq., and 

Major William James Tilley, merchant, by 

Rev. Dr. Patten, all of and ai Newport, Sept. i, 1820 

Elizabeth Dana, eldest daughter of William, 

Esq., of Newport, and Robert Sedgwick, 

Esq., of New York, at said Newport, by 

Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 21, 1822 

Lieut. Charles, U. S. Navy, and Matilda M. 

Cornwell, daughter of the late Benjamin, 

of Brooklyn, N. Y., at New York. Gazette 

of Sept. 10, 1823 

George W. and Mary Goddard, daughter of 

Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. ig, 1823 

Martha Maria, of New Orleans, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Abraham Redwood Ellery, 

of Newport, and ElberJ; J. Anderson, Esq., 

of New York, at said Newport, by Rev. 

Dr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825 

ELLET Abby and John Birkett, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 13, 1808 

ELLICOTT Rachal T., daughter of Elias, and 

John Hewes, Proprietor of the Federal 

Gazette, at Baltimore, at the Friends' 

House, Lombard Street, Jan. 15, 1812 

ELLIOTT Mary and Capt. Robert Cockran, at 

Charleston, S. C, Feb. 3, 1763 

William, of Exeter, merchant, and Polly 

Stevens, of Providence. Gazette of May 8, 1 773 

Miss , of Charleston, S. C, and Col. 

— Washington, a prisoner of w'ar, at 

said place. Gazette of Feb. 16, 1782 

Dr. Ephraim and Elizabeth Fleet, daughter 

of John, printer, at Boston. Gazette of Dec. 26, 1789 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 57 

ELLIOTT Ann, of Boston, and William Mum- 
ford, merchant, April 12, 1801 
Catharine Phebe, of Beaufort, N. C, and 

Charles Catesworth Pinckney, Jr., Esq., at 

said Beaufort. Gazette of July 20, 181 1 

Francis and Elizabeth Thurber, daughter of 

Samuel, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, , Aug. 8, 1816 

ELLIS Col. Jonathan and Phebe Taylor, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, of Charlestown. Gazette of May 23, 1778 
Mrs. Ann, widow of Thomas, and Caleb 

King. Gazette of Jan. 26, 1793 

Lydia and Ephraim Peabodie. Gazette of June 28, 1794 

James, Esq., and Martha Bridgham, young- 
est daughter of the late Dr. Joseph, at 

Rehoboth. Gazette of Oct. 18, 1794 

Cyrus, of this town, and Hannah Richmond, 

at Little Compton. Gazette of Oct. 14, 1797 

Major Eleazer and Sarah Peters. . Gazette of April 28, 1804 
Roxana, of Attleboro, and Sylvanus Tingley, 

of this town, at said Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilder, Oct. 17, 181 3 

Sally, daughter .of Abner, Esq., and Erastus 

Worthington, Esq., attorney at law, all of 

Dedham, Mass., May 2, 1815 

Mrs. Huldah, of Seekonk, and William 

Everett, of Attleboro, at said Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 28, 1821 

Betsey, 40, and Leonard Wing, 18, at 

Wayne, Me. Gazette of May 16, 1821 

Capt. William, of Falmouth, and Eliza Ann 

Barlow, daughter of the late Capt. Moses, 

at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 11, 1823 

Daniel F., of Attleboro, and Rebecca Car- 
penter, of and at Cumberland. Gazette of May 14, 1825 
ELLISON Mrs. , late of Liverpool, Eng., 

and John Dunlap, printer, at Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1773 

ELMENDORF Peter Edm, Esq., and Elizabeth 

Van Renssalear, daughter of Killian, of 

Clavarack, N. Y. Gazette of Sept. 25, 1802 

ELTON Romeo, of Wallingford, Ct., and Sarah 

Ann Ormsbey, of this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, April 18, 1814 

EMERSON Joseph and Mrs. Eliza P. Greene, of 

this town, at New London. Gazette of Sept. 27, 1800 

Dorothy, aged 75 years, and Jeremiah Berry, 
aged 80 years, at Rochester, Mass. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 24, 1 80 1 
Lydia, o f Uxbridge, and Richard Arnold, 

of Smithfield, at Uxbridge, April 9, 1809 



58 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EMERSON Mrs. Hannah, aged 70 years, and 

Capt. Levi Tower, aged 74 years, in Cum- 
berland, Jan. 9, 1817 
James B., of this town, and Lydia P. Parker, 

of and at South Reading, Mass., by Rev. 

Mr. Emerson. Gazette of Sept. 12, 1821 

John and Abigail Ball, both of and at See- 

konk, March 9, 1823 

EMERY Capt. Jonathan, of Saco, Mass., and 

Eliza Moore, of and at Charleston, S. C. 

Gazette of Jan. 2, 181 3 

EMLEN Mary and George Newbold, of New 

York, merchant, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Philadelphia. Gazette of Oct. 10, 1807 

EMMONS M^ry and Rev. Jacob Ide, of Med- 

way, at Franklin, Mass. Gazette of April 22, 1815 

William, Esq., of Augusta, and Lucy 

Vaughn, second daughter of Benjamin, of 

and at Hallowell, Me. Gazette of Oct. 4, 1823 

ENGALS Lewis and Mary Caffry, both of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Aug. 16, 1806 

ENGLISH Polly and Capt. Jacob Smith, of this 

town, at Newport. Gazette of July 27, 1793 

ENGS Sarah, eldest daughter of Capt. William, 

and Capt. Samuel Brown. Gazette of Aug. 2, 1806 

Catharine, daughter of Capt. William, and 

Capt. John Dennis, at Newport. Gazette 

of Sept. 28, 181 1 

Mary, youngest daughter of Capt. William, 

of Newport, and Edward W. Lawton, 

merchant, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, May 10, i8i2 
George, merchant, and Sally H. Slocum, 

daughter of the late Benjamin, at New- 
port. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1813 
ENNSWORTH Ann and Hezekiah Sabin, Jr., 

merchant, Oct. 13, 1805 

ENSWORTH A. A., of Pomfret, Ct., and Sally 

Byrne, at Windham, Ct. Gazette of F'eb. 3, 1810 

ENTWISLE James and Mrs. Mary Ann Mason, 

both of the theatre, at Washington. Ga- 
zette of July 29, 181 5 
ERSKINE Rt. Hon. Thomas, 70 years, Lord 

High Chancellor of England, and Sarah 

Buck, 34 ; his Lordship is a widower, but 

he had several children by his new wife, 

and takes this means to legalize the births 

of them, at Gretna Green, Scotland. Ga- 
zette of April ^. i8ig 
ERWING William, Jr., and Julia Paulding, of ^ ^' ^ 

Greenburgh, at Philadelphia. Gazette of Nov. 23, 1793 



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59 



ESLEEK Lydia and James Salisbury, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
ESSEX Thomas and Waitey Tindell, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathham, 
ESTES Sarah, daughter of Elisha, of Tiverton, 
and Christopher Lake, of Portsmouth, at 
said Tiverton, 
ETHERIDGE Nancy, of Boston, and Capt. John 
Topham, of Newport. Gazette of 

Samuel, Jr., printer, of Charlestown, Mass., 
and Caroline Fowle, at Keene, N. H. Ga- 
zette of 
EUSTIS Hon. William, Secretary of War, and 
Caroline Langdon, daughter of the late 
Judge Langdon, at Portsmouth, N. H., 
EVANS Betsey, of Newport, and William Oxx, 
of Bristol. Gazet e of 

Elizabeth and John Harwood, Jr., printer, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Duty and Ruth Owen, daughter of Thomas, 
both of and at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 
Hunt, 

Celinda, daughter of Anan, of Glocester, and 
Olney Barnes, of Smithfield, at said Gloces- 
ter. Gazette of 

Jehu and Amey Thornton, daughter of Wil- 
liam, of and at Johnston. Gazette of 

Abigail, of South Reading, and Peter Tem- 
ple, of this town, at said former town, 
EVELETH Isaac, Jr., and Almy Taggart, 
daughter of the late William, of Newport, 
by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
EVERETT Amherst, merchant, and Penelope 
Howland, daughter of John, Esq., by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Richard and Louisa Tmgley, both of Attle- 
boro, in this town, by Kev. Dr. Gano, 

William, of Attleboro, and Mrs. Huldah 
EUis, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pitman, 

William, Jr., of Attleboro, and Esther C. 
Peabody, of and at Hampden, Me. Ga- 
zette of 
EVERSALL Jacob and Barbara Bixler, by Jo- 
seph Heistand, Esq., 
EWING Rachal, second daughter of Nathaniel, 
Esq., President of the State Bank of In- 
diana, of Vincennes, Ind., and Daniel 
Jenckes, Esq., late of this town, at said 
Vincennes, 



May 15, 1814 
Oct. 16, 1820 

March 17, 1825 
Sept. 17, 1796 

Oct. 8, 1814 

Sept. 26, 1 8 10 

• Aug. 18, 1798 

April 12, 1807 

Feb. 18, 1821 

March 20, 1822 

Jan. 8, 1823 

Oct. 21, 1823 

Nov. 21, 1799 

Aug. 19, 1813 
April 4, 1820 

March 28, 1821 

Oct. 25, 1823 
Jan. 17, 181S 



May 2, 1820 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



EYRES Almy, daughter of the late Dr. Thomas, 
and William Briggs, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 12, 1789 
Sarah and Matthew L. Davis, of New York, 

printer, at Boston. Gazette of April 23, 1796 



FAIRBANKS Nancy and Levi Rawson,both of 

and at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Smith. Ga- 
zette of 
James, Jr., and Nancy D. Sweetland, at 

Attleboro. Gazette of 
Asa, of Franklin, Mass., and Anna Talbot 

Richmond, daughter of William, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, in this town, 
FAIRCHILD Aurelia and Elihu Judd, at New- 
town, Ct. Gazette of 
Eunice and Darling Jarvis, at Ridgefield, 

Ct. Gazette of 
FAIRMAN David, of Providence, and Hitty Y. 

Austin, daughter of the late Seth, at 

Sheffield, Ct. Gazette of 
William S., of Killingly, and Roby Brown, 

at Sterling, Ct. Gazette of 
FALCONET John Lewis Theodore Depalizeux, 

Esq., and Ann Hunter, of Newport, R. L, 

at London, Eng., 
FALES Sarah C, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of 

Taunton, and Nathaniel Hazard, Esq., at 

Newport. Gazette of 
Nathaniel and Sarah Kerby Padelford, 

second daughter of Hon. Seth, at Taunton. 

Gazette of 
William and Harriet Sisson, at Bristol, by 

Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, 
Susan H., of Wrentham, and Henry Fiske, 

of Boston, at said Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. 

Fiske. Gazette of 
Henry D. W. and Abigail Diman, both of 

and at Bristol. Gazette of 
Achsah Miller and Asa Bates, at Attleboro. 

Gazette of 
Frances L., daughter of the late Hon. Sam- 
uel, of Taunton, Mass., and Swann L. 

Pomroy, at Newport, 



Sept. 12, 1807 
July 21, 1821 

Oct. 3, 1825 
Dec. 12, 1818 
Dec. 12, 1818 

Nov. 29, 1806 
March 31, 18 10 

July 6, 1790 

March 26, 1803 

Feb. II, 1804 
March 21, 1811 

April 17, 1822 
July 10, 1822 
Jan. 18, 1823 

Dec. 21, 1824 



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61 



FARBUSH Mind well, 13, and William Potter, 

16, after 10 evenings courtship, at Sem- 

pronius, N. Y. Gazette ot 
FARGO Betsey and William Prince, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Prince, 
FARLIE Mary and Thomas A. Cooper, Esq., 

Tragedian, at New York. Gazette of 
FARNSWORTH Oliver, printer, and Nancy 
. Mumford, daughter of Paul, Esq., at New- 
port. Gazette of 
FARNUM Polly, daughter of John, Esq., dec, 

and Capt. William Waterman, at Smith- 
field. Gazette of 
Capt. Zebadiah and Betsey Crapon, both of 

this town. Gazette of 
Royal and Betsey Whitney, by the Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Celinda and Capt. George Weeden, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of this town, 
Penelope, of Smithfield, and Richard Brown, 

of North Providence, at Smithfield, 
John and Lydia Mathewson, both of and at 

Smithfield, 

(Announced also in issue of Aug. 29, 1812.) 
Capt. Thomas and Sarah W. Grieve, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Elder Douglass, of Woodstock, Vt., and Susan 

Lindenberg, eldest daughter of John, of 

and at this town, by Rev. John P. Jones, 
Amanda and Benjamin Westcott, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Rufus and Mrs. Priscilla Longley, both of 

Boston, in this town, 
Ruth, daughter of Stephen, and Daniel 

Mowry, 3d, at Smithfield, 
Charles A. and Experience A. Bannister, at 

Smithfield. Gazette of 
Susan, youngest daughter of Stephen, of 

Smithfield, and Capt. Ephraim Whipple, 

of North Providence, at said Smithfield. 

Gazette of 
Daniel and Asha Angell, daughter of 

Thomas, at Smithfield. Gazette of 
Solomon, of Conway, Vt., and Ruth G. 

Dean, of and at Taunton. Gazette of 
Elizabeth Louisa and Edward Padelford, of 

this town, at Savannah, Ga. Gazette of 
Alice, of Pawtucket, and John Douglass, of 

Mendon, Mass, at former town, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, 



Oct. 23, 1820 
Sept. 14, 1820 
June 27, 1812 

March 16, 1799 

Nov. 29, 1777 
Jan. II, 1794 
Oct. 21, 1801 
Dec. 31, 1809 
Feb. 23, 1812 
Aug. 16, 1812 

Sept. 25, 1 812 

March 2, 181 3 
June 5, 1815 

June 12, 1815 
Dec. 6, 1818 



Nov. 28, 1 82 1 



June 19, 1822 
Jan. 4, 1823 

Nov. 22, 1823 
Dec. 3, 1823 

Dec. 22, 1823 



62 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FARQUHAR Margaret M. and James C. 

Greene, late of Providence, at Charleston, 

S. C. Gazette of April 15, 1797 

FARRIER Capt. William and Lucy Healey, 

both of Providence, May 20, 181 1 

Arthur and Deborah L. Simmons, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, July 18, 1822 

FARRIS Samuel and Deborah Madison, of 

Valley Falls, Smithfield, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Gazette of Dec. 20, 1823 

FASSETT Sally, 20 years, and Jared Chapin, 

80 years, at Drewsville, N. H. Gazette of July 31, 1824 
FAXON Lucy, of North Providence, and Leon- 
ard Sweet, of this town, at said North 

Providence. Gazette of April 6. 1822 

FEARING Martin, merchant, and Abigail 

Martin, daughter of Hon. Simeon, at 

Newport, Jan. 15, 181 1 

Dorcas, of Wareham, and Dr. Eliphalet W. 

Hervey, late graduate of B. U., at said 

Wareham, by Rev. Mr. Hemingway. Ga- 
zette of Cg„4. j» jOj- 

FEATHERSTON HOUGH George William, 

Esq., of Great Britain, and Miss '- 

Duane, daughter of Hon. James, Esq., at 

Albany. Gazette of ' Nqv ig 1808 

FELL Betsey and Jesse Donham, at Newport ' 

T ^^^^^l^^^ .r , '- Sept. 27, 1794 

John, of New York, merchant, and Mary 

Saltonstall, daughter of the late R 

at New York Gazette of ' May 14, 1808 

Frederick S., editor of "Savannah Republi- 
can," and Harriet Nesler, at Savannah, 
Ga. Gazette of Her 7 a iSon 

FELLOWS Mary and Christopher Gardiner, at 

TTT^Mvi",^'^, ^l"^'!""^",- Gazette of Jan. 31, 1821 

FENNER Lydia, daughter of Arthur, Esq., and ^ ^ ' 

Theodore Foster, at Providence. Gazette 

Nov 2 1 77 1 

Freelove, daughter of the late Capt. James, ■ ' // 

and Capt. Sylvanus Jenckes. Gazette of ' Tulvii I772 

Arthur, 3d, and Lydia Sabin, daughter of ' ^ ' " 

Thomas. Gazette of Dec 8 1787 

James and Esther Herendeen, daughter of ■ > / / 

Richard, of and at Coventry. Gazette of Feb 14 1780 
Jeremiah, of Coventry, and Betsey Greene 

daughter of the late Col. Christopher, of 

Warwick. Gazette of Qct ^ i78q 

James. Esq., and Sally Jenckes, daughter of " 

Capt Sylvanus, deceased. Gazette of Nov 17 1792 



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63 



FENNER Benjamin, of Coventry, and Polly- 
Greene, daughter of the late Col. Chris- 
topher, at Warwick. Gazette of ^ March 8, 1794 

Joseph and Nancy Thurber, daughter of' Ed- 
ward, both of this town. Gazette of Aug. 9, 1794 

Sally, daughter of Col. Richard, and Capt. 

Daniel Rhodes, at Cranston. Gazette of Jan. i, 1803 

Richard and Sarah Harris, at Cranston. Ga 
zette of April 2, 1803 

Phebe and Capt. Abel Slocum, at Warwick. 
Gazette of - Oct. 8, 1803 

Mrs. Ann and John F. Sheldon, merchant 

Gazette of May 4, 1 805 

Lydia, daughter of Henry, of Johnston, and 
William P. Olney, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Sept. i, 1808 

Mary M., daughter of Col. Richard, of Crans- 
ton, and Cyrus Potter, of this town, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1809 

Cinderela, of Cranston, and Avery Briggs, of 
Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Sept. 26, 1810 

Lydia, youngest daughter of Samuel, and 
Abner Peckham, at Scituate. Gazette of July 13, 181 1 

William, of Foster, and Rebecca A. Harris, 

of and at Scituate. Gazette of Jan. 23, 1813 

Olive, daughter of Stephen, of Cranston, and 
Ashbel Martin, of this town, at said 
Cranston, May S, 18 14 

Thomas, Jr., and Abby W. Henry, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, - Oct. 2, 1817 

Russell R., of Cranston, and Waitstill Ann 
Gonsolve, of and at this town, June 11, 1818 

Amey B., daughter of John, of Cranston, and 
Jarvis E. Gladding, of this town, at said 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 28, 18 18 

Henry, of Johnston, and Mrs. Amey Earle, 
of and at this town, Nov. 19, 1818 

Mary A., daughter of Zion, and Cyrus Pot- 
ter, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at this 
town, Jan. 17, 1819 

Sarah, daughter of the late Hon. James, an^ 
Edward J. Mallett, of Fayetteville, NXC., 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 11, 1820 

Daniel, of this town, and Ruth Lawton, of 
Pawtucket, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Jan. 7, 1821 

Daniel, of this town, and Ruth Lawton, of 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 7, 1821 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FENNER Thomas B., Esq., cashier of the Eagle 
Bank, and Avis Eliza Hitchcock, daughter 
of the late Jonathan P , both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John S., of Foster, and Phebe Harris, of 
Scituate, daughter of the late Dr. Hard- 
ing, of Johnston, at said Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 

Amey, of Johnston, and Peleg Fiske, of this 
town, at Cranston. Gazette of 

Mrs. Waitstill Ann and Edward Fitzgerald, 
both of and at Johnston, 

Harriet E., youngest daughter of Capt. 
Arthur, and Seth Adams, Jr., both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

William G. and Abby Bacon, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. Arthur, and Timo- 
thy C. Kendall, both of and at this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Sarah Ann, daughter of the late Capt. 
Richard, of Canterbury, Ct., and Christo- 
pher Rhodes Stafford, of this town, at 
former place, by Rev. Mr. Murdock, 

Christopher and Sarah Smith, daughter of 
Col. Clemmons, at Scituate. Gazette of 

Thomas and Mrs. Mary Craft, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, 

Martha and David Pettey, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Gazette of 

Phebe, eldest daughter of Obadiah, of Foster, 
and Jonah Titus, of Scituate, at Foster. 
Gazette of 

Thomas, of Scituate, and Mary Thayer, of 
and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
FENNO Harriet, daughter of the late John, and 
John Rodman, Esq., at New York. Ga- 
zette of 

Miss and John Ogden Hoffman, at 

New York. Gazette of 

Mary PZliza and Galian C. Verplanck, Esq., 
at New Yo^k. Gazette of 

William D. and Frances Rounds, both of 
this town, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
FERGUSON John, Jr., and Margaret S. Eddy, 
youngest daugfiter of V\alliam, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Park, 
FERN Nabby, aged 20 years, and Uncle Nehe- 
miah Bassett, aged 63 years, at Lynn, 
Mass. Gazette of 



Oct. 2, 1 82 1 

Oct. 31, 1821 
June 19, 1822 
Dec. 17, 1822 

Feb. 26, 1823 
March 23, 1823 

April 20, 1823 

March 16, 1824 

April 21, 1824 

Oct. 3, 1824 

April 16, 1825 

Sept. 21, 1825 
July 26, 1825 

Jan. 10, 1801 

Aug. 21, 1802 

Oct. 12, 1811 

May 6, 1822 

April 28, 1 819 

Dec. 16, 181 5 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 65 

FESSENDEN Rev. Benjamin, of East Bridge- 
water, Mass., and Mary Wilkinson, daugh- 
ter of Isaac, at Pawtucket. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1821 
PICKET James and , at Cape 

Elizabeth, Jan. 4, 1750 

FIELD Miss , daughter of the late Capt. 

Charles, and John Brown, son of Elisha. 

Gazette of . Feb. i, 1772 

Lydia, daughter of Capt. John, and Charles 

Bowler. Gazette of Dec. 3, 1774 

Joseph and Prudence Carpenter, daughter 

of Oliver. Gazette of Dec. 10, 1785 

Abigail, daughter of John, and Daniel 

Proud. Gazette of Dec. 15, 1787 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. John, and Andrew 

Taylor. Gazette of July 12, 1788 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of the late Capt. Isaac 

Field, and Jeremiah Eddy. Gazette of Aug. 29, 1795 

John, Jr., and Amey Larkin, daughter of 

Joseph, in this town. Gazette of Nov. 11, 1797 

Mrs. Mary and Mathewson Williams. Ga- 
zette of _ March 3, 1798 
Hannah, daughter of Capt. John, and Charles 

Dyer, Jr. Gazette of May 12, 1798 

Samuel and Nancy French. Gazette of Oct. 20, 1798 

William and Betsey Larkin. Gazette of Nov. 17, 1798 

Richard and Eliza Snow, daughter of John, 

by the Rev. Mr. Snow, Feb. 14, 1799 

Simeon and Mary A. Warner, daughter of 

Capt. John S. Gazette of Dec. 3, 1803 

Joseph and Susan Larkin, daughter of Jo- 
seph, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 18, 1803 
Isaac and Sally Berry, daughter of the late 

James, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 18, 1804 

Tirzah, of Deerfield, Mass., and Benjamin 

Crow, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Gazette of July 12, 1806 

Sophia F., daughter of the late Capt. John, 

and George BoUes, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 7, 1807 

Sally, daughter of John, and Oliver Price, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 9, 1809 

Catharine, daughter of Lemuel, and William 

James, Isy Rev. Mr. Wilson, all. of and at 

this town, Nov. 19, 1810 

Daniel, Jr., and Lucy P. Brown, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, . June 13, 181 1 

Lemuel, Jr., and Mary Harding, daughter of 

Walker, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of this town, June 20, 181 1 
Mrs. Hannah and Col. James Burr, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 8, 181 1 



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FIELD Abigail W., daughter of the late John, 

and Philip Potter, both of this town, by- 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 24, 1 812 
Jeremiah, of Scituate, and Florinda Man- 
chester, of this town, at Scituate, March 7, 181 3 
Mary, daughter of the late George, and John 

C. Updike, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Aug. i, 1813 

William, of Providence, and Phebe Winsor, 

daughter of Parish, of and at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 3, 1814 
Sarah, of Providence, and Jacob French, of 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 24, 1814 

Benjamin and Sabra Fiske, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Gano. Gazette of Nov. 4, 1815 

Capt. Richard M., of this town, and Caroline 

Snow, daughter of Benjamin, of and at 

Norwich, Ct., ■ Oct. 2, 1816 

Isaac, merchant, and Sarah Ann Walcott, 

both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, in 

this town, Oct. 7, i8i6 

Hannah C, of this town, and Jared Curtis, 

formerly of Dudley, Mass., at this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 17, 1816 

John Albert and Deborah Ann Burr, daugh- 
ter of Col. James, both of this town, at the 

First Congregational Church, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Aug. 20, 1 817 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. David, and Griffin 

Child, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all 

of and at this town, Jan. 22, 18 18 

Stephen G, formerly of this town, and 

Harriet Wallace, daughter of Capt. David, 

of and at Hyde Co., N. C. Gazette of Dec. 12, 18 18 

William, 2d, and Lydia Warner, in this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

Joseph and Phebe Wallen, both of this town, Oct. 7, 18 19 

Joanna, eldest daughter of Capt. John, and 

Samuel M. Tabor, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 6, 1820 

Sophia H., daughter of the late John, and 

John Wallen, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of 

and at this town, Feb. 9, 1820 

William and Lucy Lafaver, both of North 

Providence, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft, May 7, 1821 

Rebecca, daughter of Joseph, and Isaac 

Peckham, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 25, 1821 

Barnum, of Boston, publisher of "Christian 

Watchman," and Frances Eliza Field, 

eldest daughter of Richard M,, Esq., in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Nov. 7, 1821 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



67 



FIELD Frances 'Eliza, eldest daughter of Rich- 
ard M., Esq., and Barnum Field, of Bos- 
ton, publisher of "Christian Watchman," in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 
Almira, daughter of the late Capt. John, and 
John Miller, publisher of the "Manufact- 
urer's and Farmer's Journal,'' both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Edward and Eliza Jepson, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Lucinda, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, of 
Taunton, and Horatio Lincoln, at said 
Taunton. Gazette of 
Sarah, daughter of the late Samuel, of 
Cranston, and Davis Jackins, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
Eliza Janeth, daughter of Joseph, and Hamil- 
ton Warren, both of and at this town, 
Horatio and Content Wilbur, both of See- 

konk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 
Oliver W., of this town, and Sarah H. Tabor, 
daughter of Joseph, of Pawtucket, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

FIFIELD Elder and Celia Knight, at 

the Methodist Chapel, in this town, 

FILE Mrs. , widow of Peter, and Richard 

Olney, Jr., at Providence. Gazette of 
FILLIS Eliza and Lieut. Henry Richardson, of 
the Royal Marines, at Halifax. Gazette of 
FILLMORE Lucius, of this town, and Lydia 
Snell, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pitman, 
Ruby, daughter of the Rev. Amaziah, and 
David Avery, Jr., of Windham, Ct., at 
Franklin, Ct. Gazette of 
FINCH Capt. James and Betsey Bass, daughter 
of Joseph, at Newport. Gazette of 
Samuel and Mary Morehouse, at Norwalk, 
Ct. Gazette of 
FINNEY Ruth S. and Elkanah French, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of 
Susan and Capt. Oliver Fitch, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of 
FISH Rhoda, daughter of the late Robert, and 
William Almy, at Portsmouth. Gazette of 
Gamaliel and Deborah Shad, at Fisherman's 
Gut, on the Coast of Labrador. Gazette of 
Joseph, sailing master of the privateer 
schooner David Porter, and Elizabeth 
Wheatley, late of the Boston Theatre, 



Nov. 7, 1 82 1 

April 18, 1822 
Sept. II, 1822 

April 12, 1823 

March ii, 1824 

March 25, 1824 

Dec. 26, 1824 

March 31, 1825 

March 5, 1820 

July 25, 1772 

Dec. 26, 1807 

April 22, 1 82 1 

Feb. 4, 1824 
Oct. 29, 1796 
Dec. 12, 1818 
June 29, 181 1 
June 29, 181 1 
Nov. 23, 1 80s 
June II, 1814 

June 26, 1 8 14 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FISH Preserved, Jr., and Ruth Brownell, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, by Rev. Mr. Gibson, of and 
at Portsmouth. Gazette of 

Abby, daughter of Isaac, of Portsmouth, and 
William T. Wilton, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, 

Fanny and Milton Read, both of Seekonk, at 
Pawtucket, 

Barzillai and Mary Ann Freeborn, both of 
Portsmouth, at Newport. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of Joseph, and Henry Law- 
ton, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
FISHER Myers, Esq., attorney at law, and Sally 
Kedwood, daughter of William, late of 
Newport, at Philadelphia^ 

Nancy, daughter of Joshua, and Cyrel Bowen, 
at Pawtucket. Gazette of 

Samuel R., of Philadelphia, merchant, and 
Hannah Rodman, daughter of Capt. 
Thomas. Gazette of 

Maria and Dr. Peter Clarke, by the Rev. Mr. 
Clarke, 

William Logan, of Philadelphia, merchant, 
and Polly Rodman, eldest daughter of 
Samuel, merchant, of New Bedford, at 
Friends' Meeting House, New Bedford. 
Gazette of 

Mr. and Miss >■ Bait, in Ire- 
land. Gazette of 

Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Nathaniel, 
and Capt. Clifford Crowningshield, at 
Salem. Gazette of 

Samuel J., merchant, and Emma Patterson, 
daughter of Robert, the Director of the 
U. S. Mint, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. 
Gray. Gazette of 

Herman C, of Providence, and Abigail 
Greene, at Warwick. Gazette of 

Nathaniel, of this town, and Abigail F. Mun- 
creef, of and at Roxbury, by Rev. Mr. 
Porter, 

John W., of the Island of St. Croix, and 
Mary Whiting, of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Lydia and George Arnold, both of Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

David Anson, merchant, of Wrentham, and 
Sarah Ann Comstock.eldest daughter of Dr 
Ezekiel, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes 



July 9, 1 814 

Dec. 24, 1820 
June 22, 1823 
May 26, 1824 

Sept. 28, 1825 

March 19, 1774 
April 26, 1783 

June IS, 1793 
July IS, 1797 



Dec. 4, 1802 
March 23, 180S 

June IS, 1 80s 

June 13, 1807 
May 12, 1 810 

July 23, 1810 

Sept! 16, 181 1 
June IS, 1812 

April 25, 1815 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 69 

FISHER Samuel P. and Charlotte Blackington, 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Nelson, i June 28, 1820 

James and Amanda Potter, eldest daughter 

of Col. Job, both of and at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. 16, 1821 

Freeman, of Falmouth, and Catharine Brown, 

daughter of Elisha, of and at North Povi- 

dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Gazette of Jan. 4, 1823 

George and Ann Eliza Chaffee, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, July 28, 1823 

Lois B., daughter of the late Nathaniel, and 

Joseph Maxcy, both of and at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Aug. 31, 1823 

Mrs. Susannah and Thomas Lawrence, both 

of and at this town. Gazette of , Nov. 30, 1823 

Marvin W. and Harriet Braid, daughter of 

John B., both of and at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, at St. Paul's Church, Dec. 25, 1823 

Julius C. and Mary W. Horton, both of and 

at Franklin, by Rev. Mr. Emmons, June 3, 1824 

FISKE Barbara, daughter of Peleg, Esq., and 

Capt. Christopher Knight, of Cranston, at 

Scituate. Gazette of Dec. 7, 1793 

Hannah, daughter of Dea. Moses, and 

Thomas Salisbury, of Cranston, at Scit- 
uate. Gazette of Jan. 11, 1794 
Dorcas, of Scituate, and William Ashton, 

Jr., of this town. Gazette of Nov. 8, 1794 

Abby, daughter of Caleb, Esq., and Cyrus 

Harris, at Scituate. Gazette of July 30, 1796 

Rev. John, of New Braintree, and Eliza 

Mellon, daughter of Col. James, at Milford, 

by the Rev. Caleb Alexander, April 19, 1797 

Abigail and John Flagg Fry. Gazette of April 27, 1799 

Harriet, daughter of Dr. Caleb, and Uriel 

Rea, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott. 

Gazette of April i, 1809 

Marietta, daughter of Isaac, of Johnston, 

and Dr. Peleg Clarke, formerly of Rich- 
mond, at Johnston, April 23, 1809 
Mary and George F. Thorp, both of Provi- 
dence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, July 15, 181 1 
Mary, youngest daughter of Dr. Caleb, of 

Scituate, and James Le Baron, of Bristol, 

merchant, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 5, i8ii 

Josiah J., Esq., and Jerusha Norton, of and 

at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, May $, 1813 

Harriet and James Cowen, both of this town. 

Gazette of Oct. 2, 18 13 

Maria D., and William Henry, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 12, 18 14 



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FISKE Sabra and Benjamin Field, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Gano. Gazette of 

Nathan, of Northboro, Mass., and Sarah Ann 
Arnold, eldest daughter of Joseph, of and 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefleld, 

Philip M., of Scituate, and Eliza A. Taylor, 
daughter of the late William, of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mrs. Harriet K., second daughter of the late 
Col. Stephen Sheldon, and Israel G. Man- 
chester, Esq., at Scituate, by Rev. Charles 
Stone, 

Henry, of Boston, and Susan H. Fales, of 
and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske. 
Gazette of 

Peleg, of this town, and Amey Fenner, of 
Johnston, at Cranston. Gazette of 

Samuel and Sally Kent, youngest daughter 
of George, both ot Johnston, at Cranston. 
Gazette of 

Rev. Wilbur, of Vermont, and Ruth Peck, of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Clarrissa H., of this town, and Anthony Tur- 
ner, of Augusta, Ga., at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

James, of Ellsworth, Me., and Mehitable 
Snow, in this town, 

Francis, of Cumberland, and Ursula Martin, 
of Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Potter. Gazette 
of 
FITCH Capt. Oliver and Susan Finney, at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of 

John, Esq., and Huldah Dyer, daughter of 
Dr. Benjamin, of and at Windham, Ct. 
Gazette of 

Rev. Eleazer T., Prof, of Divinity in Yale 
College, and Elizabeth L. Woosler, of and 
at New Haven. Gazette of 
FITZGERALD Edward and Mrs. Waitstill 

Ann Fenner, both of and at Johnston, 
FITZPATRICK Ann and Samuel Macomber. 

of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., 
FITTON John, merchant, and Betsey Bennett, 

late of Newport. Gazette of 
FLAGG Grace S., daughter of Col. Josiah, and 

. Aaron Mann, of this town, at Boston. 
Gazette of 

Polly, only daughter of Mayor George, and 
Ray Greene, Esq., Attorney General of 
Rhode Island, at Charleston, S. C. Ga- 
zette of 



Nov. 4, 1815 

March 25, 18 16 

Oct. 7, 1 8 17 

Dec. 9, 1 82 1 

April 17, 1822 
June 19, 1822 

Aug. 21, 1822 
June 5, 1823 

Sept. 18, 1823 
Feb. 2i, 1825 

June 25, 1823 
June 29, 1811 

Oct. 19, 181 1 

Nov. 22, 1 8 17 
Dec. 17, 1822 . 
Feb. 5, 1 81 2 
Aug. 30, 1777 

June 13, 1789 
Aug. 9, 1794 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



71 



FLARETT Sarah and Daniel Taylor, both of 

Boston, in this town, 
FLEET Elizabeth, daughter of John, printer, 
and Dr. Ephraim Elliott, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of ' 
FLEMING Sally Ann and Levi Millard, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker. Gazette of 

J. W. C. and Mary R. Rotch, daughter of 
William, Jr., Esq., at New Bedford. Ga- 
zette of 
FLETCHER Sarah, widow of the late Dr. 
Fletcher, and Oliver Leonard, late of 
Taunton, at Newport. Gazette of 

Miss (his seventh wife), and Hon. 

Nathaniel Thurston, at Bedford, Mass. 
Gazette of 

Thomas, Jr., and Charlotte E. Clarke, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Mary, of Pawtucket, and Solomon Rogers, 
of Smithfield, at said Pawtucket. Ga- 
zette of 
FLINT Rev. Abel, of Hartford, and Amelia 
Bissell, daughter of Col. Hezekiah, at 
Windsor, Ct. Gazette of 

Sophia and Erastus Clarke, Esq., of Utica, 
N. Y., at Hartford, Ct. Gazette of 

Charlotte and Thomas Price, both of Con- 
cord, Mass., 

Edward and Nancy Porter, both of Concord, 
Mass., in this town, 
FLORENCE Paul and Lydia Brown, daughter 
of John, of Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight, 
FLYNN Mary and Eleazer Harvard, Jr., of 
Sturbridge, at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Lyman. Gazette of 

Dolly, of Woodstock, Ct., and Dr. Willis 
Johnson, of Sturbridge, Mass., at Wood- 
, stock, by Rev. Mr. Lyman, 

FOLGER Sarah, daughter of George, merchant, 
and Burden Chace, of Portsmouth, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Nantucket. Ga- 
zette of 

Phebe and Esbon Westcott, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
FOLLETT Capt. David and Tryphemia Wil- 
marth, daughter of Capt. Moses, at Attle- 
boro. Gazette of 

Melinda, daughter of Comfort, and Ellis 
Cooke, by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at 
Cumberland, 



April 17, 1813 

Dec. 26, 1789 
March 16, 1816 

Aug. 9, 1823 

Feb. 26, 1 79 1 

July 22, 1809 
May 7, 1820 

June 29, 1822 

July 23, 1 79 1 
July 18, 1812 
Jan. 25, 1814 
Jan. 25, 1814 

April 22, 181 1 

June 16, 1804 

March 30, 1806 

Dec. 18, 1802 
July 4, 1813 

March 9, 1799 

July 2, 1820 



April 12, 


1823 


June II, 


1823 


June i6. 


1824 


July i6, 


1825 


April 1 8, 


1812 



72 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

FOLLETT Oliver, of Cumberland, and Levina 

Pickering, of Bellingham, at said Cumber- 
land. Gazette of ■ April 4, 182 1 
Roxanna, daughter of Luther, of Cumber- 
land, and Virgil Blake, of Wrentham, at said 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 25, 182 1 

Ellice and Mrs. Adelia A. Arnold, both of 

and at Cumberland. Gazette of Nov. 13, 1822 

Polly, daughter of Luther, of Cumberland, 

and Amos Cooke, Jr., at said Cumberland. 

Gazette of 
Polly, of Rehoboth, and Cyrus Bullock, at 

said Rehoboth. Gazette of 
Lewis, of Cumberland, and Rebecca Mathew- 

son, of Smithfield, youngest daughter of 

the late Joseph. Gazette of 
Isaac, of Cumberland, and Ann Eliza Rem- 
ington, of and at Smithfield. Gazette of 
FOLSUM Ann, daughter of John W., Esq., and 

of James Armour Allen, at Boston. Gazette 
FONERDEN Ann, youngest daughter of Adam, 

Esq., of Baltimore, and Mr. E. S. Thomas, 

at Charleston, S. C, by the Rev. Mr. 

Beith. Gazette of Jan. 11, 1806 

FOOT Joseph Andrews and Hannah Thayer, 

both of this town, at Little Compton. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 14, 1797 
FOBES Nancy, daughter of Rev Dr. Fobes, and 

Simeon Daggett, Preceptor of the Taunton 

Academy, at Raynham. Gazette of Nov. 25, 1797 

FORBES Capt. Peter R., of Elizabeth City, N. 

C, and Elizabeth Gardiner, daughter of 

Capt. James, at Newport. Gazette of April 3, 1813 

FORD Thomas and FZliza Fuller, daughter of 

Liscomb, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. Gazette of May 14, 18 14 
FORM.AN Eleonora and Capt. Philip Freneau, 

at Monmouth Co, N. J. Gazette of May i, 1790 

FORRESTER Ruth, youngest daughter of • 

Capt. Thomas, dec, and George VVorthing- 

ton Topham, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1796 

Eleanor, daughter of Capt. Simon, and Rev. 

Thomas Carlisle, pastor of St. Peter's 

Church, at Salem, by Rev. Mr. Abbott. 

Gazette of July 6, 18 16 

FORT Peter, of Hartford, Ct., and Celia Dem- 

ing, daughter of Morris, of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 182c; 

FORTH Hannah H., of North Providence, and ' " 

Hat Hunt, of North Kingstown, at East 

Greenwich. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



73 



FOSDICK Major Thomas and Mehitable Haw- 
kins, daughter of Dr. Job. Gazette of 

Francis and Benjamin Smith, of this town, 
merchant, at Portland, Me., 

James W., Esq., merchant, and Abigail D. 
Comstock, daughter of the late Dr. 
Ephraim, both of this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Lucretia, daughter of the late Capt. Philip, 
of Nantucket, and Peter Buckley, at 
Bellefonte, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs. Gazette 
bf 

James W. and Maria Thurber, daughter of 
the late Edward, of this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
FOSTER Theodore and Lydia Fenner, daugh- 
ter of Arthur, Esq., at Providence. Ga- 
zette of 

Olive, daughter of John, Esq., and Andrew 
Comstock. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of John, and Lewis Peck, 
merchant. Gazette of 

Dwight, Esq., of Brookfield, and Rebecca 
Faulkner, eldest daughter of Francis, Esq., 
of Acton. Gazette of 

John, Esq., and Susannah Proctor. Gazette 
of 

Ruth, daughter of the late Hon. Jedediah, 
and Thomas Ives, Esq., attorney at. law, 
at Brookfield. Gazette of 

Theodosia, daughter of Theodore, Esq., and 
Stephen Tillinghast, merchant. Gazette of 

I-'reelove, daughter of the late Judge Foster, 
and Dr. Joseph Lee, of Smithfield, by the 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Gazette of 

Mary Spear, daughter of William, Esq., and 
John T. Apthorp, Esq , at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Susannah, of this town, and Capt. Sam- 
uel Robinson, of Attleboro, by the Rev. 
Mr. Snow. Gazette of 

Hon. Theodore, late Senator from Rhode 
Island, and Esther Bowen Millard, daugh- 
ter of Noah, Jr., of Foster, at Mt. Hygeria, 
by Rev. John Williams, 

William, of Smithfield, and Eliza Smith, 
daughter of Simon, at Glocester. Ga- 
zette of 

Theodore Adelphidos, Esq., of this town, and 
Julia Greene, daughter of Jacob, at Coven- 
try, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Jan. 24, 1781 
March i, 1803 

May 2, 1814 

Feb. 18, 1815 

Jan. 27, 1818 

Nov. 2, 177 1 

Oct. 10, 1772 

Jan. I, t774 

July s, 1783 
Jan. 7, 1786 

March 18, 1786 
May 24, 1794 

May 9, 179s 

Jan. 21, 1797 

April IS, 1797 

July 20, 1803 
Oct. 22, 1803 
Dec. 12, 1804 



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FOSTER Lydia and David Beal, Jr., both of 

Kingston, Mass., in this town, Jan. i8, 1809 

Ruth, of Bradford, Mass., and Arthur 
Shirley, publisher of Portland Gazette, at 
Portland. Gazette of Dec. 14, 1811 

Peregrine Pinchon and Rebecca Brown, both 
of Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Curtis. Gazette of Dec. 12, 18 12 

Charles O., merchant, and Sally Pitcher, 
both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 5, 18 13 

Elizabeth, daughter of Jesse, and Ara Win- 
son, all of Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Will- 
iams, Nov. 25, 1813 

Mrs. Jane Boswell and Luke Bours, late of 
Newport, merchant, at Charleston, S. C, 
by Rt. Rev. Bishop Dehon, Feb. 17, 1814 

Aseneth O., daughter of Ebenezer, and John 
C. Dodge, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at St. 
John's Church, all of and at this town, Feb. 24, 181 8 

Robert W. and Mary Ann Simmons, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 4, 1823 

John, of Bath, Me., and Ardelia P. Lawton, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1823 

Col. Charles O., formerly of this town, and 
Leonora Hull, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 
of and at Sparta, Ala. Gazette of June 5, 1824 

Benjamin and Sarah Norton, both of and at 

Newport. Gazette of Oct. 20, 1824 

FAULKNER Rebecca, eldest daughter of Fran- 
cis, Esq.. of Acton, and Dwight Foster, of 
Brookfield. Gazette of July S, 1783 

FOWLE Catherine, daughter of Jonathan, and 

Squire Thurber. Gazette of June 4, 1796 

Maria, daughter of John, Esq., of Water- 
town, Mass., and Abiathan G. Britton, 
Esq., of Oxford, N. H., by William Jones, 
Esq., Nov. 7, 1809 

Caroline and Samuel Etheridge, Jr., printer, 
of Charlestown, Mass., at Keene, N. H. 
Gazette of Oct. 8. 1814 

FOWLER Dr. Isaac and Vashti Brown, daugh- 
ter of John, 2d, at Rehoboth. Gazette of April 15, 1786 

Christopher and Nancy Clarke, only daugh- 
ter of Peleg, Esq., at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 6, 1787 

Sally, eldest daughter of Samuel, and Caleb 
Gardiner, at Newport. Gazette of April 26, 1788 

Benjamin, of North Kingtown, merchant, 
and Huldah Randall, daughter of Jeremiah, 
dec, of Warwick, at Warwick. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1791 

Gardiner, merchant, and Sukey Bird, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 5, 1791 



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75 



FOWLER Mary, only daughter of Samuel G., 
of Newport, and Lemuel Chandler, mer- 
chant, at Pomfret, Ct. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of Christopher, Esq., and 
Edward Martin, merchant, at Newport, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten, 

Dr. Jeremiah D. and Eliza Anthony, form- 
erly of this town, at Mt. Pleasant, N. Y. 
Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of the late Dr. Isaac, and 
Joseph Earle, Esq., at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Thompson, 

Christopher, Jr., and Mary Ann Mumford, 
daughter of John B., at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton, 

William, of Pawtucket, and Phebe Earle 
Cooke, of Warren, at B*rrington. Ga- 
zette of 

Harriet, daughter of CJiristopher, of New- 
port, and Samuel Gardiner, merchant, at 
said Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Ga- 
zette of 

Nancy, age 26 or^27 years, 6 ft. 2 in. high, 
weight, 250 lbs. and Jesse Johnson, aged 
18 or 19 years, 4 ft. i in. high, weight, 75 
lbs. at Montgomery Co., Ky. Gazette of • 

Sarah, of Newport, and Jacob Pinkney, Jr., 
of North Providence, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

Mary Ann, of Yonkers, and Lewis Peck, 
formerly of this town, at New York, by 
Rev. Mr. McClay. Gazette of 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Slocum Fowler, 
and Thomas S. Stanhope, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Elton. Gazette of 

Enock and Lydia Bullock, daughter of Abel, 
both of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, 

Enock and Lydia Bullock, daughter of Abel, 
both of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, 

Sophia, a pupil, and Rev. Thomas H. Gallau- 
det, teacher in the Deaf and Dumb Insti- 
tution, of Hartford, at Guilford, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

Eliza Cutter and Ebenezer Seatle, both of 
and at Newport. Gazette of 

Isaac and Mary Ann Borden, at Assonnet. 
Gazette of 



April 18, 1807 

April 21, 181 1 

Nov. 2, 181 1 

Jan. 24, 1 813 

May 15, 1813 

Sept. 17, 1814 

June 29, 1816 

April S, 1 817 
May 24, 1818 
July 10, .1819 
June 26, 1820 
Nov. 26, 1820 
Dec. 14, 1820 

Sept. 12, 1 82 1 

May 26, 1824 

March 26, 1825 



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FOX Miss 



daughter of Joseph, and 



George Roberts, merchant, Friends' Cere- 
mony, at Philadelphia, 

Abigail, daughter of the late James, and 
William Bardin, of this town, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Esther and Zephaniah Huntley, Esq., after 
a long and tedious courtship of one night, 
at East Haddum. Gazette of 

Horace and Sarah Potter, by Rev. Mr. 
Cornell. Gazette of 

Mary A. and James E. Rhodes, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, all of and at this town, 

George W. and Sarah Potter, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
FRANCIS John, Esq., merchant, and Abby 
Brown, daughter of John, • 

Sophia, daughter of Tench, and George 
Harrison, of Philadelphia. Gazette of 

Thomas, merchant, and Dolly Willing, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, at Philadelphia, by Rev. 
Dr. Blackwell. Gazette of 

John G. and Rebecca Black, daughter qf the 
late Samuel, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ga- 
zette of 

Tench, Jr., and Hannah Roberts, daughter 
of Hugh, at Philadelphia, by the Rt. Rev. 
Bishop White. Gazette of 

Ann and Jonathan Trott, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 

Frank Timber, merchant, aged 29, and Mrs. 

. Roberts, aged 85, a lady of large 

fortune, at Llangollen, Eng., 

John Brown and Ann Carter Brown, only 
daughter of Nicholas, Esq., both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Anne, daughter of the late Thomas Willing 
Francis, and James Ashton Bayard, of 
Wilmington, Del., at Philadelphia, by Rt. 
Rev. Bishop White, 

Capt. Thomas and Polly Hovey, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 
FRANKLIN Sally, only daughter of Dr. Benja- 
min, and Richard Bache, merchant, at 
Philadelphia, 

Freelove and William Hall. Gazette of 

Mrs. , widow of Samuel, merchant, 

and Samuel Osgood, Esq., Commissioner 
of the Treasury Board, 



Feb. 20, 1772 



July 14, 1798 



March 22, 1806 



Nov. 16, 1 81 1 

Jan. I, 1818 

Jan. II, 1821 

Jan. I, 1788 

March 3, 1792 

Oct. II, 1794 

June 2, 1798 

Sept. I, 1798 
Oct. 25, 1806 

Dec. 28, 1820 

June 18, 1822 

July 8, 1823 
May 30, 1825 



Oct. 29, 1767 
March 7, 1772 



May 24, 1786 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 77 

FRANKLIN William, Esq., formerly Gover- 
nor of New Jersey, and Mrs. — De 

Evelih, widow late of Norton Street, 
Marylebone, Eng.,in London. Gazette of April i6, 1791 
Henry P., of New York, merchant, and Han- 
nah C. Allen, daughter of the late Capt. 
Paul, of this town, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, Sept. 9, i8oi 

James and Lucy Libbey. Gazette of May 12, 1804 

Henry P., merchant, and Hannah Cooke, 

daughter of the late Daniel, Dec. 18, 1804 

Henry P., of this town, merchant, and Char- 
lotte Bicknell, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 
of Cumberland, at Harrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Watson, March 29, 1812 

Viall and Mary Hawkins, daughter of Darius, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at Cumber- 
land, Feb. 23, 1820 
George B. and Abby Ann Springer, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Isaac, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1825 
Eliza, daughter of Robert, and James C. 

Easton, both of and at Newport, April S, 1825 

FRAZIER Betsey and Joseph Head, merchant, 

at Boston. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1784 

FREDERICK III, of Prussia, and Elizabeth 
Christiana, of Brunswick, Walsenbuttle, 
married, June 12, 1733 

FREDERICK IV, of Prussia, and Princess Eliz- 
abeth Christiana Ulriee, of Brunswick, 
Walsenbuttle, married, July 14, 1765 

FREDERICK IV, of Prussia, and Fredericka 

Louisa of Hesse, Darmstadt, married, July 14, 1769 

FREDERICK Landgrave, of Hess Cassel, and 
Princess Mary, of Hesse Cassel, daughter 
of George II, July 28, 1740 

Robert and Abby Waldron, at Bristol. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 28, 1807 
FREEBODY William, of Newport, and Susan 
W. Slocum, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman, Aug. 8, 1819 
Sarah D., daughter of William, and Capt. 
Joseph G. Stevens, at Newport. Gazette 
of Oct. 30, 1820 
Mary G., daughter of William, of Newport, 
and William R. Phillips, of this town, at 
said Newport. Gazette of April 7, 1821 
Charles T. and Hannah R. Mumford, daugh- 
ter of John, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of June 29, 1822 



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FREEBORN Capt. Gideon and Betsey Casey, 
daughter of Thomas, at East Greenwich, 

John and Esther Young, daughter of Sam- 
uel, at Newport. Gazette of 

William F. and Sarah Weaver, daughter of 
Perry, at Newport. Gazette of 

Henry and Hannah Sisson, daughter of 
Richard, of Portsmouth, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Mary S., daughter of Henry, and Michael 
Calaban, at Newport. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of Henry, and George W. 
Lake, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mary Ann and Barzillai Fish, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Gazette of 
FREEMAN Anna and Grindall Rawson, at 
Providence. Gazette of 

Mary, eldest daughter of Haskell, and 
Joseph Caldwell, merchant, at Barre, Mass. 
Gazette of 

Chloe and Dr. William Whitaker, at Belling- 
ham, Mass. Gazette of 

Polly and Amos Daniels, both of and at 
Mendon. Gazette of 

Rhoda, daughter of Charles, of this town, 
and Jeremiah Heath, at Troy, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of 

George W. and Sally Salisbury, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Whipple and Mrs. Susanna Webber, both 
of Smithfield, in this town, 

Sarah and William Read, both of and at 
Cumberla d. Gazette of 
F"RENCH Dorothy, daughter of James, and 
Jonathan Brown, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Nancy and Samuel Field. Gazette of 

Elkanah and Ruth S. Finney, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of 

Jacob, of Seekonk, and Sarah Field, of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

William, of South Kingstown, and Sally 
Gardiner, of and at North Kingstown, by 
Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Ezra and Anne Smith, both of Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Olive and James Lord, both of Attleboro, at 
Pawtucket. Gazette of 

Otis and Martha A. Baker, both of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, 
FRENEAU Capt. Philip and Elenora Forman, 
at Monmouth Co., N. J. Gazette of 



Oct. 22, 1769 

Oct. II, 1806 

Nov. I, 1806 

Jan. 9, 1 8 19 

July 31, 1822 

March 24, 1824 

May 26, 1824 

Aug. 24, 1 77 1 

Feb. 21, 1807 

Dec. S, 1807 

Dec. 12, 1807 

Oct. 27, 1810 

March 30, 18 17 

Sept. 4, 1 82 1 

Aug. 21, 1822 

March 30, 1793 
Oct. 20, 1798 

June 29, 181 1 

July 24, 1814 

Feb. 2, 181 5 
Nov. 30, 1815 
July 12, 1823 
Oct. 21, 1824 

May I, 1790 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



79 



FRIEZE Betsey and Aaron Seamans, both of 

this town. Gazette of 
FRINK Eliza and James Haile, both of and at 

Warren. Gazette of 
FRITH Sarah W., of Savannah, and" Joseph B. 
Aborn, formerly of this town, at Savannah, 
Ga. Gazette of 
FRIZZELL Calvin W. and Rosannah Whitte- 
more, both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket. Ga- 
zette of 
ERODING John P., Esq., and Mary Sijourney, 

at Boston. Gazette of 
FROST Ebenezer Roby and Susannah Pitman, 
daughter of Saunders. Gazette of 

Ebenezer R. and Mrs. Sabrina Horton. 
Gazette of 

Ebenezer R- and Martha Peckham, of this 
town. Gazette of 

William R. and Sarah A. Smith, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, all of and at this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Walter, of Boston, and Esther Ingraham, 
daughter of Jared, of and at Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 
FROTHINGHAM Nathaniel and Mrs. Hannah 
Austin. Gazette of 

Hannah and Major Earle Potter, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Ebenezer, of Boston, merchant, and Sophia 
Smith, daughter of the late Capt. Simon, 
in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

George W., merchant, and Mary Ann Mc- 
Lelland, daughter of Major Samuel, of this 
town, at Boston. Gazette of 
FRY Capt. Benjamin and Nancy Bull, daughter 
of the late Capt. Joseph, of Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Lucretia and George Sears, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

John and Hannah Gorton, at . East Green- 
wich. Gazette of 

Deborah, of East Greenwich, and Capt. Ber- 
nard Mathewson, of Coventry. Gazette of 

Henry and Hannah Niles, daughter of Jona- 
than, Esq., at East Greenwich. Gazette of 

John Flagg and Abigail Fiske. Gazette of 

Mr. , clerk to a Salmon Company, and 

Miss Pickle, of Oyster Haven, in 

Ireland. Gazette of 



Jan. 5, i;88 
June 4, 1825 

June 22, 1822 

Oct. 3, 1825 

May 31, 1823 

Jan. 16, 1790 

Dec. 24, 1796 

Aug. 24, 1799 

March 7, 181 8 

March 12, 1825 
Nov. 19, 1774 
April 13, 1806 

April 8, i8ro 

May 22, 1824 

June 6, 1778 

July 26, 1788 

Oct. IS, 1791 

March 30, 1793 

Feb. II, 1797 
April 27, 1799 

March 23, 1805 



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FRY- Eleanor, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Dr. 
Charles Eldredge, at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Parker, 

Alice and Henry Pierce, of Rhode Island, at 
Vinalhaven, Me. Gazette of 

Abby Ann, of this town, and William G. 
Crump, of Pawtucket, at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 
FUFFER Ursula and Thomas Tilseve, of Lei- 
cester; the groom was deaf and dumb, and 
for words he gave signs that were approved 
by the clergyman as evidence he knew the 
full obligations he was taking upon him- 
self (in Queen Elizabeth's Time). Ga- 
zette of 
FULLER Dr. Olney and Polly Treadwell, 
daughter of Capt. Jonathan, by the Rev. 
Mr. Hitchcock. Gazette of 

Eleonora and Waterman Carpenter, in this 
town. Gazette of 

Capt. Oliver and Eliza Roome, at Rehoboth. 
Gazette of 

Joseph, Jr., and Lucy Potter, daughter of 
Joseph. Gazette of 

Lynde A., of Pomfret, and Sally Wells, at 
Hopkinton. Gazette of 

Mrs. Catharine, of Needham, and Col. Ben- 
jamin Godfrey, of Milford. Gazette of 

Susan Olney, of this town, and Dr. Benjamin 
Pope, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Roxy, of Cumberland, and Robert Packard, 
of this town, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of 

Phebe and Willi im Pierce, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Celinda, daughter of John, and David Clarke, 
of Wrentham, at Cumberland, 

Levi, 6 ft. 9 in. high, and Charlotte Barrows, 
of a very low stature, at Thetford, Vt. 
Gazette of 

Dr. Jacob, of this town, apd Abigail Paine, 
of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

William and Marcelia B. Barker, daughter of 
the late Isaac, of this town, at Smithfield. 
Gazette of , . 

Ehza, daughter of Liscomb, and Thomas 
Ford, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Gazette of 

Aaron, aged 79 years, and Miss Jane Bon- 
ney, aged 75 years, at Whitehall, N. Y. 
Gazette of 



Nov. 19, 1820 
Jan 9, 1822 

Dec. I, 1824 



June 29, 1816 

Nov. 19, 1785 
Sept. 24, 1 79 1 

May 18, 1793 

Sept. 13, 1794 

March 22, 1806 

May 10, 1806 

April 6, 1807 

Sept. 5, 1807 
June 3, 1810 
May 9, 181 1 

June 22, tSii 
Jan. 27, 181 1 

Jan. 22, 18 14 

May 14, 1814 

June II, 1814 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



81 



FULLER Abby P., only daughter of Joseph, and 

Anthony B. Arnold, by Rev. Mr. Fuller, 

all of this town, Aug. 29, 18 16 

Dea. Joseph and Mrs. Ann Walker, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Osborne, June 19, 1S17 

Mrs. Elizabeth, of this town, and George S. 

Perry, at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 21, 1819 

Isaiah P. and Esther M. Bly, daughter of 

Oliver, by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at 

Cumberland, Jan. 23, 1820 

Amasa and Anna Harris, both of Attleboro, 

Mass., in this town, Aug. 26, 1820 

Mary, of Rehoboth, and Arthur Chandler, of 

Plympton, Mass., at said Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 14, 1820 

Orra Maria and William Culverson, both of 

and at Olneyville. Gazette of Feb. 22, 1823 

David, of Dedham, and Abby Northup, of 

Newport, in this town, May 9, 1824 

Eliza G., daughter of the late Capt. Joseph, 

and William W. Harris, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Oct. 31, 1824 

FULTON Robert, Esq., and Harriet Livingstone, 

daughter of the late Walter, Esq., of the 

Upper Manor, at New York. Gazette of Jan. 16, 1808 



Q 



GAGE Laura Ann, of Pawtucket, and William 
Sutton, Jr., of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Marinda and Preston Grant, at the Chocolate 
Mills, near Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, 

Marinda, daughter of Capt. Anthony, and 
Preston Grant, at the Chocolate Mills, near 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Ga- 
zette of 
(This is correct, last week not.) 

Hannah Ann, of Seekonk, and Lyndon 
Jenckes, of North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Almira B. and Philip Baker, both of Paw- 
tucket, at this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
GAIR Rebecca, daughter of the late Rev. 
Thomas, of Boston, and William Russell, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Feb. I, 1821 
Dec. 29, 1822 

Jan. 4, 1823 

April 17, 1823 
Aug. 26, 1824 

March 30, 1807 



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GAIR Samuel S. and Elizabeth G. Wain-' 
Wright, daughter of Henry, Esq., at Bos- 
ton. Gazette of 

GALE David and Eliza Wallen, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

GALTON Mrs. H , 47 years, and Henry 

Lawton, 95 years. The groom lived with 
his first wife 74 years and by whom he had 
7 children, the youngest is now 60 years 
old, at the Abbey Church, Bath, Eng., 

GALLENDET Rev. Thomas H., teacher in the 
Deaf and Dumb Institution, Hartford, and 
Sophia Fowler, a pupil there, at Guilford, 
Ct. Gazette of 

GAMBERT Christian, 80, of Washington, Penn., 
and Mrs. Mary McCutchon, 70, at Greens- 
burg, Penn. Gazette of 

GANNETT John M., Esq., of Cambridge, Mass., 
and Mary Wyllys, daughter of Samuel, 
Esq., at Hartford. Gazette of 

GANO Rev. Stephen, pastor of Baptist Church, 
in this town, and Polly Brown, daughter of 
the late Joseph, Esq., 
Rev. Stephen, of this town, and Mrs. Joanna 

Latting, at Hinsdale, N. Y. Gazette of 
Cornelia V., eldst daughter of Rev. Stephen, 
and John Holroyd, Esq., attorney at law, 
by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Margaret, daughter of Rev. Stephen, of 
Providence, and Rev. Mr. Benedict, of 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Clarrissa A., daughter of Rev. Dr. Gano, of 
this town, and John N. Robbins, of New 
York, at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Elizabeth Brown, youngest daughter of Rev. 
Stephen, and Joseph Rogers, merchant, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 
Maria T., daughter of Rev. Stephen, and 
Rev. Henry Jackson, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Sally S., daughter of Rev. Dr. Gano, and 
Rev. Peter Ludlow, Jr., at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

GARDINER Miss , daughter of Col. 

Gardiner, late of His Majesty's nth Regi- 
ment of Dragoons, and sister of Valentine 
Gardiner, of His Majesty's ssth Regiment, 
and Henry Humphries, merchant, at New 
York, 



Sept. I, 1 82 1 
April 4, 18 13 

April 23, 1825 

Sept. 12, 1 82 1 

June 30, 1821 

July 6, 1 80s 

July 18, 1799 
Oct. 24, 1 80 1 

April 16, 1805 

May S, 1808 

March 16, 1818 

Nov. 7, 1 82 1 

March 11, 1822 

Nov. 22, 1824 

Nov. 9, 1771 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 83 

GARDINER John and Sally Gardiner, daughter 

of Samuel, at South Kingstown. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1773 

Sally, daughter of Samuel, and John Gardi- 
ner, at South Kingstown. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1773 

Hannah and Rev. William Rogers, A. M., at 
Philadelphia. Gazette of July 24, 1773 

Benjamin, of South Kingstown, and Bettey 
Wickes, daughter of Thomas, Esq., at 
Warwick. Gazette of Jan. 22, 1774 

Betsey, of Newport, and John Gibbs. Ga- 
zette of May 38, 1774 

Nabby, daughter of Hon. John, deceased, 
and James Wallace, merchant, at Newport. 
Gazette of Nov. 26, 1774 

Nabby, daughter of Sylvester, and Oliver 
Whipple, attorney at law. Province of New 
Hampshire, at Boston. Gazette of Nov. 26, 1774 

Susannah, daughter of Samuel, of Narra- 
gansett, and Capt. William Bardin, of 
Newport. Gazette of Feb. 6, 1779 

Sally, daughter of Capt. George, and Ray 
Ward, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 15, 1783 

Caleb and Sally Fowler, eldest daughter of 

Samuel, Esq., at Newport. Gazette of April 26, 1788 

Sally, daughter of Col. Caleb, and Beniamin 
Tolbert, Jr. Gazette of ' Dec. 6, 1788 

James and Sally Olney, daughter of James. 

Gazette of Feb. 2, 1793 

Martha, daughter of Col. Peleg, of Swansea, 

and Elisha Burr, Feb. 7, 1793 

Lucy, daughter of Capt. Christopher, and 
Thomas Boone, at North Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 4, 1794 

Maria, daughter of Capt. Caleb, and Audley 
Clarke, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 13, 1794 

Caleb, Esq., and Mary Collins, youngest 
daughter of the late Governor Collins, at 
Newport. Gazette of Oct. 26, 1799 

Emma, daughter of Col. John, and Philo 
Day, of Catskill, N. Y., at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of May 31, 1800 

Wickes and Waitey Rhodes, daughter of 

Malachi, at Pawtuxet. Gazette of Dec. 25, 1802 

Abby, daughter of the late Capt. Daniel, and 
Samuel Perry, Jr., of South Kingstown, 
at Newport. Gazette of March 26, 1803 

John, of Nantucket, and Mary Lucas, daugh- 
ter of Major Lucas, of Burlington, at 
Philadelphia. Gazette of Sept. 24, 1803 



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GARDINER Albert W., of Middletown, and 
Sally Howland, daughter of the late Capt. 
Job, of and at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Pat- 
ten. Gazette of 

Benjamin W., of Exeter, R. I., and Ruth 
Eddy, daughter of Barnard, of this town, 

Betsey S., only daughter of Capt. John S., 
of Gardiner's Neck, and Bennett H. 
Wheeler Co., editor of the Columbian 
Phoenix, in Swansey, Mass., 

Samuel F., merchant, and Sally Brayton, at 
Brooklyn, Ct, Gazette of 

Job W., of this town, and Harriet Richmond, 
daughter of Baylies, Esq., of Dighton, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

William and Eliza Card, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Gibson, 

Augustus and Catharine Greene, fifth 
daughter of Joseph, at East Greenwich, . 

Hannah, of South Kingstown, and Russell 
Day, of New York State, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Gazette of 

Henry and Christina Potter, at Newport, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of Capt. James, and Capt. 
Norman Hurd, of New York, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. James, and 
Capt. Peter B. Forbes, of Elizabeth City, 
N. C, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mrs. Martha and Stephen Tripp, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sally, of North Kingstown, and William 
French, of South Kingstown, at said North 
Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Samuel, merchant, and Harriet Fowler, 
daughter of Christopher, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Gazette of 

James S., of Rehoboth, and Hannah M. Hor- 
ton, of and at Warren, 

Samuel E., Jr., and Patience R. Aborn, both 
of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Preston, 

Cranston and Sally Gardiner, daughter of 
Amos, at South Kingstown, 

Sally, daughter of Amos, and Cranston 
Gardiner, at South Kingstown, 

Martha C, daughter of the late Peleg, and 
Rowland B. Gardiner, of South Kingstown, 
at Exeter, by the Rev. Mr. Gardiner, 



June 8, 1805 
April 2, 1807 

March S, 1809 
July 29, 1809 

Jan. 22, 1 8 10 

Feb. 26, 1810 

Sept. 19, 1810 

Dec. I, 1810 
May II, 1811 

Oct. 12, 1811 

April 3. 1813 
Jan. I, 181S 

Feb. 2, 181 S 

June 29, 1816 

Jan. I, 1818 

July 2, 1818 

Sept. 10, 18 1 8 

Sept. 10, 1 81 8 

March 31, 1819 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



85 



GARDINER Rowland B., of South Kingstown, 
and Martha C. Gardiner, daughter of the 
late Peleg, at Exeter, by the Rev. Mr. 
Gardiner, 

Martha O., of Newport, and Francis C. C. F. 
C. Snow, of New Orleans, at said New- 
port. Gazette of 

Peleg W., of this town, and Rhoda Bowen, 
youngest daughter of Elisha, of and at 
Scituate, 

Christopher and Mary Fellows, at South 
Kingstown. Gazette of 

Martha, of Swanzey, and Thomas Gray, of 
Bristol, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Jeremiah, of East Greenwich, and Maria 
Holmes, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Curtis, 

Sally and John Tanner, at South Kingstown. 
Gazette of 

Mary Ann and William B. Perry, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Julia Ann, daughter of Nicholas R., and 
Samuel Slack, in this town. Gazette of 

John and Eliza Weeden, daughter of the 
late Capt. James, both of ancf at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

John R., of Prince Edward's Island, and 
Mary Gardiner, daughter of Amos, of and 
at Nort Kingstown. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Amos, of North Kings- 
town, and John R. Gardiner, of Prince 
Edward's Island, at said North Kingstown. 
Gazette of 

Mary, of Newport, and Ralph Post, at 
Charlton, Mass. Gazette of 

Clarrissa and Oliver Read, both of and at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Sally Ann, of North Kingstown, and Ed- 
mund Sheffield, of Westerly, at said 
former town. Gazette of 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of the late Robert 
Brayton, of Newport, and William Bailey, 
Esq., of Middletown, at said Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

William and Elizabeth Yates, daughter of 
Capt. Asa, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mary Ann, daughter of the late Peleg, and 
Timothy C. Collins, of Hopkinton, at the 
Friends' Meeting House, Portsmouth. 
Gazette of 



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Oct. 25, 1820 
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June 6, 1 82 1 

July 29, 1821 

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Dec. 29, 1 82 1 

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GARDINER Mary Ann, of Nantucket, and 
Israel Williams, at Valley Falls, Cumber- 
land. Gazette of 
William S., of Philadelphia, and Sarah H. 
Clarke, of and at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Alden, 
Thomas Jefferson and Rebecca King Brad- 
ford, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Edward C, of 
Newport, and Capt. Hiram Ariff Perry, 
at New York. Gazette of 
Joseph and Lucy Northup, at Central Falls, 

by Rev. Mr. Greene. Gazette of 
Sarah and George Nichols, at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 
GARFIELD Mary and Dea. Reuben King, both 
of Attleboro, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Perry, 
GASTON Capt. A. and Keziah Arnold, daugh- 
ter of Aaron, Esq., all of Killingly, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Atkins, 
GARY Deborah, daughter of John, of Coven- 
try, and Holden Hill, of^this town. Ga- 
zette of 
GARZEA Abby and James Kerr, at Paw- 
tucket. Gazette of 
GAVITT Susan, daughter of Sanford, and 
Abijah Browning, of Charlestown, R. I., 
at Westerly. Gazette of 
GAY Celia, daughter of Capt. Martin, and John 
Boyles, printer. Gazette of 
William, of Suffield, Ct., and Betsey Rich 

mond, of Tiverton. Gazette of 
Catharine and Barton Ingraham, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilder, at Attleboro, 
Payton and Sarah Merry, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 
Esther, eldest daughter of Ebenezer, Esq , 
and David Bowen, at Thompson, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 
Mary and William G. Larned, at Thompson, 

ut , 
Catharine and Benjamin Bogman, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Betsey and Barton Ingraham, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Sally and Shubael Blanding, both of this 
town, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, 



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June 21, 1824 

Sept. 16, 1824 

Aug. 3, 1825 

Aug. 10, 1825 

Sept. 7, 1825 

April 10, 1817 

April 28, 1 8 16 

May 19, 1804 
Sept. 26, 1 82 1 

March 5, 1823 

March 21, 1772 

Oct. I, 1796 

Dec. 23, 1804 

Oct. 25, 1806 

June 20, 1807 

Aug. 20, 1809 

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GAY Richard, of Thompson, Ct.,.and Hannah 
Smith, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Qano. Gazette of 

GAZEE Lydia and Benjamin Baxter, both of 
Smithfield, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Gazette of 

GEDDING Avis and James Downing, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

GEER Mary and Henry Brown, at Windham, 
Ct. Gazette of 

GENET Charles Edmund and'Cornelia Tappan 
Clinton, daughter of Governor Clinton, at 
New York, by the Rev. Dr. Rogers. Ga- 
zette of 

GENMANS Elizabeth and William Nkon, Esq., 
late of Newport, at Marietta, O. Ga- 
zette of 

GEORGE Sophia and Capt. Samuel Cushman, 
at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, 
Elizabeth and Enock Carlton, both of Lynn, 
in this town. Gazette of 

GERRY Elbridge, late a Member of Congress, 

and Miss Thomson, daughter of 

James, at New York, 
Ann and Spencer Lincoln, both of this town, 

GEYER Charlotte, daughter of Frederick Will- 
iam Geyer, Esq., and Joseph Marrayat, 
Esq., of Grenada, at Bostori. Gazette of 

GIBBONS William, Esq., of Georgia, and 
Vally Richardson, daughter of Capt. 
Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of 
Ann, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of Savannah, 
Geo., and Jonathan M. Trumbull, of 
Lebanon, Ct., at said Savannah, by Rev. 
W. Holcomb, 

GIBBS John and Betsey Gardiner, of Newport. 
Gazette of 
John F. and Mary Graves, youngest daugh- 
ter of Capt. James, both of this town, at 
Fall River, Mass. Gazette of' 
Harriet, of Providence, and William Moore, 

Jr., merchant. Gazette of 
Col. George, of Boston, and Laura Wolcott, 
daughter of Oliver, Esq., of and at New 
York, by Rev. Dr. Romeyn, 
Susan, of this town, and^Samuel D. Greene, 

of Leicester, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Mary, daughter of the late George, Esq., and 
Thomas W> Moore, Esq., H.B. M. Consul, 
at Philadelphia, at Trinity Church, New- 
port, 



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gg VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GIBBS Helen Elizabeth, daughter of the late 

George, of Newport, now of Boston, and 

Luther Bradish, Esq., of New York, at 

said Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardiner, April 21, 1814 

Robert, of Sandwich, Mass., and Gedintha 

Baxter, of Dennis, Mass., by Rev. Dr. 

Messer, Aug. 25, 18 16 

Mary Ann, daughter of John, and George 

Haile, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at this 

town, Oct. 30, 18 18 

Caleb G. and Mary Wade, daughter of 

Ichabod, by Rev. Mr. Adams, all of and at 

this town. May 14, 1820 

William C, Governor of Rhode Island, and 

Mary Kane, daughter of Elias, Esq., of 

and at Albany, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Chester, June 2, 1822 

Mary C, daughter of the late Josiah, Esq., 

of Coventry, and Sidney B. Smith, at 

Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 26, 1822 

Hope Ann G. and Thomas J. Clarke, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Oct. 6, 1823 

Martha, of Swanzey, and Benjamin West, of 
. Rehoboth, at said Swanzey. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1824 

GIBSON Betsey, of this town, and Oliver 

Capron, of East Greenwich, by the Rev. 

Dr. Gano. Gazette of June 28, 1800 

Rev. John B. and Lillis Cortee, at Warren. 

Gazette of Nov. 23, 1805 

W , Town Crier, and Mrs. H Har- 

wood, sausagemaker, this being his fourth 

wife and her second husband ; her first 

husband was the smallest man in the 

town, and the present, the largest; their 

united ages is just 150 years; in England. 

Gazette of Nov. 22, 1806 

Lydia and Daniel Buffijm, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1806 

GIDDINGS Ann and Rev. William F. Rowland, 

at Exeter, N. H. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1802 

Lucy and Jacob Butler, at Ipswich, Mass., Nov. 30, 1815 

GIFFORD Mrs. Mehitable, widow of John, and 

Thomas Bennell. Gazette of April 29, 1786 

Clarissa and Samuel Pitcher. Gazette of June 17, 1797 

Peleg, of this town, merchant, and Rebecca 

Cummings, at Boston. Gazette of Feb. 10, 1798 

Sally, daughter of the late Josiah, and Syl- 
vester Bowers, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Gazette of Oct. 27, 1804 

Ann Marcy, daughter of the late Capt. Josiah 

and Edward Mason, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Cornell, June 20, 1809 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES §9 

GIFFORD Christopher and Robey Manchester, 

at Little Compton. Gazette of April i8, 1821 

George H. and Eliza B. Greene, daughter of 
Hawkins, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
Gazette of Feb. 25, 1824 

Ruth, daughter of Jeremiah, and William 
Chace, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
Gazette of Nov. 10, 1824 

GILBERT Ezekiel, Esq., attorney at law, and 
Angelica Olney, daughter of Capt. Joseph, 
late of this town, at Hudson, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of Feb. 4, 1786 

Ralph, of Hebron, Ct., and Sarah Bassett 
Nichols, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
liams, Sept. 3, 1812 

Elisha and Nancy Olmstead, at Ridgefield, 
Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

Eliza, daughter of John, of Mansfield, and 
Dr. George O. Gilbert, of this town, at 
said Mansfield. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1823 

Dr. George O., of this town, and Eliza Gil- 
bert, daughter of John, of and at Mansfield. 
Gazette of Oct. 29, 1823 

GILES Emma, of Cranston, and Daniel Brattch, 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Aug. 23, 1810 

Hon. W. B., of the U. S. Senate, and Fran- 
ces Ann Gwynn, eldest daughter of the 
late Thomas Peyton Gwynn, of Virginia, 
at Georgetown, D. C. Gazette of March 17, 1810 

GILL Samuel and Eleanor McCormick, both of 

Boston, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 22, 1811 

GILLIS Betsey, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., of 
Goffstown, N. H„ and Preserved Robin- 
son, formerly of Attleboro, at Bedford, N. 
H. Gazette of Jan. 15, 1814 

GILLSON Pardon and Abby Ann Spencer, both 

of and at this town. Gazette of Nov. 25, 1815 

GILMAN Anne and Dr. Charles Clarke, at 
Cumberland Co., N. J., after a courtship of 
26 years. Gazette of June 4, 1814 

John Taylor, Governor of New Hampshire, 
and Mrs. Charlotte Hamilton, at Exeter, 
N, H. Gazette of Jan. 7, 1815 

Robert Hale, Esq., of New York, and Mary 

Boardnian, youngest daughter of William 

H., Esq., at St. Paul's Church, Boston, by 

Rev. Dr. Jarvis, Sept. 20, 1823 

GILMORE Nancy, daughter of Nathaniel, and 

Samuel Johnson. Gazette of Jan. 12, 1793 

George and Abigail Cooke, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 3, 1810 



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GILMORE George W., of this town, and 

Hannah S.Brooks, formerly of Portland, 

Mass., by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Zealade, of Pawtucket, and Joseph Whiting, 

of Franklin, Mass.. by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
GILPIN John B., Esq., British Consul for State 

of Rhode Island, and Mary L. Miller, 

daughter of the late Capt. John, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Dehon, 
GINDRAT Louisa Caroline, of Savannah, and 

Jlichard James Arnold, Esq., of this town, 

at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell, 
GIRARD Harriet, daughter of Stephen, and 

General Lallemand, at Philadelphia. 

Gazette of 
GLADDING Henrietta, daughter of Benjamin, 

and William Peabodie. Gazette of 
Jonathan and Cynthia Sweet, daughter of 

Nehemiah. Gazette of 
Sukey, daughter of Jonathan, and Jonathan 

Davenport. Gazette of 
Nancy, daughter of the late Charles, and 

Jeremiah Martin. Gazette of 
Haile and Freelove Wheaton, daughter of 

James. Gazette of 
Allen and Charlotte Carpenter, daughter of 

Oliver. Gazette of 
Mrs. Freelove, widow of John W., and Capt. 

Peter Taylor. Gazette of 
Anstress, daughter of Benjamin, of this town, 

and Benjamin Snow, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Gazette of 
Benjamin, Jr., and Sarah Russell, daughter 

of John, in this town, 
Betsey, eldest daughter of Timothy, and 

David Pettis, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Timothy, Jr., and Betsey Perrin, daughter of 

John, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Sarah, daughter of Jonathan, and Walker 

Humphrey, merchant, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Eunice and Joseph Coit, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Griswold. Gazette of 
Lucretia, of Bristol, and Otis Chace, of this 

town, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Lydia, youngest daughter of the late Timo- 
thy, of this town, and Lowell Adams, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
John and Mrs. Margaret Downs Packard, in 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 



July 26, 1813 
March 20, 1822 

Nov. 20, 1803 

May 22, 1823 

Nov. IS, 1817 

April S, 1794 

June 7, 1794 

Oct. 25, 1794 

Jan. 13, 1798 

March 17, 1798 

June 29, 1799 

Sept. 27, 1800 

April 2, 1803 
June 19, 1803 

Dec. 4, 1803 

April 3, 1805 

June 23, 1805 

April 30, 1808 

June 17, 1810 

Feb. 28, i8ii 
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PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 91 

GLADDING Ruth C, of this town, daughter 
of the late Capt. John W., and John Maw- 
ney, of Cranston. Gazette of May i8, 1822 

Hannah B., daughter of the late Nathaniel, 
Jr., and William Potter, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
liams, Nov. 10, 181 1 

George W., of this town, and Nancy Jacobs, 
eldest daughter of Abel, of and at Thomp- 
son, Ct, April 22, 1813 

Emma, youngest daughter of Benjamin, of 
this town, and Samuel G. Wheeler, of 
Athens, N. Y., at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 9, 181 3 

George W., merchant, and Rebecca M. Hill, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 20, 1814 

John, merchant, of this town, and Clarrissa 
Jacobs, youngest daughter of Dea. Calvin, 
of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, Nov. 20, 1 8 14 

Major Abraham S., of this town, and Cyn- 
thia W. Carpenter, daughter of Thomas, 
2d, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, June 4, 1815 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Haile, 
and George Dana, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, all of this town, Aug. 25, 1816 

Nicholas B. and Rebecca Young Wilson, 
eldest daughter of Rev. James, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 23, 1816 

Jarvis E., of this town, and Amey B. Fen- 
ner, daughter of John, of and at Cranston, 
by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 28, 1818 

Solomon and Hannah Sterne, daughter of 
the late Samuel, all of Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, Sept. 9, 1821 

Capt. John and Mrs. Mary Chandler, both 

■ of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 2, 1822 

Josiah G. and Mary Brown, daughter of 
Thomas, Esq., both of and at this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1822 

Edward and Mary Wood, daughter ot John, 
at Newport. Gazette of Aug. 6, 1823 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of the late John Rus- 
sell, of this town, and Smith Bartlett, 
Esq., at Kingston, U. C, Feb. i, 1824 

Thomas D., of this town, and Sarah Ann 
Hubbard, of Newport, at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of May 22, 1824 

Henry and Mary Ann Southwick, daughter 
of Silas, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 12, 1825 



92 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GLADDING William and Charlotte Spooner, 

at Newport. Gazette of March 30, 1825 

Col. Abraham S. and Mary Day, daughter 

of Ebenezer S., both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 8, 1825 

GLAZIER John, of East Greenwich, and Mrs. 

Hannah Mitchell, of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, Feb. il, 1816 

GLEASON Polly, of Dudley, Mass., youngest 

daughter of Rev. Charles, and Winthrop 

Chandler, at Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of Feb. 27, 1773 

Betsey, youngest daughter of Nathan, Esq., 

of Burrillville, and Major Jedral C. Sprague, 

of Killingly, Ct., at said Burrillville, Oct. 7, 1813 

GLOVER Rachel and Philip J. Gray, editor of 

"Herald and Glocester Farmer," at Wood- 
bury, N. J. Gazette of Feb. 27, 1822 
GOBDIN William, 61, been in sea service 35 

years, lost both legs at Trafalgar, and 

Susannah Thompson, aged 19 years, at 

Rayton, Eng. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1822 

GODDARD William, Esq., of Baltimore, Md., 

and Abigail Angell, eldest daughter of 

the late General Angell, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Oliver, May 25, 1786 

Remembrance and Benjamin Pitman, at 

Newport. Gazette of Aug. 16, 1794 

Mrs. Mary, widow of Capt. John, and Col. 

Isaac Dayton, at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 27, 1794 

Henry and Mrs. Eleanor Brownell, widow, 

at Newport. Gazette of April 13, 1799 

Hannah and Capt. Edward Jeffrey, of New 

London, at Newport. Gazette of Aug. 31, 1799 

Abigail, daughter of William, of Newport, 

and Jasper Brayman, of Preston, Ct. Ga- 
zette of April 4, 1807 
Susannah, daughter of Thomas, and Theop- 

hilus Topham, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 12, 1808 

Hezekiah, Esq., of New London, and Eunice 

Rathbone, daughter of John, merchant, of 

and at New York, by Rev. Mr. Parkinson, Jan. 27, 1810 

Mrs. Ann, 65, and Isaac Clarke, 67; these 

parties were afEanced 45 years ago, but 

the match was broken and each married 

different; the children of each were pres- 
ent at the wedding, and the son of one had 

married the daughter of the other, at 

Washington, by Rev. Mr. McCprmick, Oct. 7, i8ig 

Stephen and Susan S. Simmons, eldest 

daughter of Edward, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Dec. II, 1820 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 93 

GODDARD William G. and Charlotte R. Ives, 

eldest daughter of Thomas P., both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 22, 1821 

Mary, daughter of the late Stephen, and 

Darius Dennis, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 20, 1821 

Mercy, daughter of the late Stephen, and 

Benjamin Mumford, merchant, at New- 
port. Gazette of Aug. 31, 1822 
Mary, daughter of Thomas, and George W. 

Ellery, at Newport. "Gazette of Nov. 19, 1823 

Dea. Benjamin, 82, and Mrs. Betsey Russell, 

of Marlboro, aged 63 years, at Shrews- 
bury, Mass, by Rev. Joseph Sumner, aged 

84 years. Gazette of Dec. 17, 1823 

GODDELL William, of Alexandria, D. C., and 

Clarrissa C. Cady, daughter of Josiah, of 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Park, July 4, 1823 

GODDING Betsey, of this town, and Isaac 

Boorom, of New York. Gazette of Jan. 9, 1796 

GODFREY Samuel and Patience Sabin, at 

Providence, July 30, 1769 

Capt. Christopher and Rebecca Godfrey, 

daughter of Capt. Samuel. Gazette of Aug. 20, 1791 

Rebecca, .daughter of Capt. Samuel, and 

Capt. Christopher Godfrey. Gazette of Aug. 20, 1791 

Capt. Samuel and Mrs. Chaffee, 

both of this town. Gazette of Jan. 4, 1794 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and Levi 

Hall, in this town. Gazette of April 15, 1797 

Richard and Amey Low. Gazette of Dec. 2, 1797 

Col. Benjamin, of Milford, and Mrs. Catha- 
rine Fuller, of Needham. Gazette of May 10, 1806 
Patience, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and 

Capt. Peter Carpenter, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker, June 9,1811 

Joshua, of this town, and Martha C. Whit- 
more, daughter of Jesse, of and at Kill- 

ingly, Ct, by Rev. Mr. Dow. Gazette of Nov. 20, 181 3 

Sarah Sabin, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of 

this town, and Joseph Hodges, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker, Dec. 6, 1812 

Fanny, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and Capt. 

Peter Carpenter, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, in 

this town, Nov. 28, 1814 

Christopher ■ C. and Fanny Earle, daughter 

of the late Capt. William, both of and at 

this town, July 12, 1821 

Abby, of this town, and Charles Constantine, 

of New York, at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, - May 13, 1822 



94 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GODP'REY Capt. George and Ann Cushman, 

at Taunton. Gazette of May 22, 1822 

Caleb and Betsey Eddy, daughter of Pel eg, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Sept. 19, 1824 

GOFF Betsey, daughter of James, and Sylvester 

Grant, at Warren. Gazette of Jan. 18, 1812 

Lydia and Stephen Goff, at Rehoboth, Feb. 28, 18 13 

Stephen and Lydia Goff, at Rehoboth, Feb. 28, 1813 

Balos and Mercy Williams, at Rehoboth. 

Gazette of Feb. 14, 1821 

Samuel and Martha Ingraham, both of and 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Ga- 
zette of April 13, 1822 
Nathan B., of Rehoboth, and Hannah Aus- 
tin, of and at Wellington. Gazette of April 19, 1823 
George A. and Sophia Hale, both of and at 

Rehoboth. Gazette of Oct. i, 1823 

GOLDSBORO Tryphemia, of Taunton, Mass., 
and Rev. Preserved Smith, of Warwick, 
Mass., at said Taunton. Gazette of Oct. 25, 1823 

GOLDSMITH John and Betsey Jacques, both 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 8, 1824 

GOMEZ Moses, of New York, merchant, and • 
Esther Lopez, second daughter of Aaron, 
dec, at Newport, Oct. 27, 1784 

Isaac, merchant, of New York, and Abigail 
Lopez, daughter of the late Aaron, at 
Newport, May 26, 1790 

GONSOLVE Waitstill Ann, of this town, and 
Russell R. Fenner, of Cranston, at this 
town, June 11, 1818 

Emily, eldest daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
George K. Davis, both of and at this town,^ 
by Rev. Mr. Baker, April 7, 1822 

Ann Eliza, of this town, and Arnold Briggs, 

of Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June i, 1823 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Ches- 
ter Clarke, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 19, 1825 

GOODENOUGH Miss and Mr. 

Tobgood, at the Isle of Wight. Gazette of June 22, i8ii 
GOOD ENOW Nahum, Esq, and Sarah Taylor 
Russell, eldest daughter of Jeremiah, form- 
erly of Providence, at Noblesborough, Me. ' 
Gazette of April 29, 1809 

GOODHUE Daniel T. and Mary Hale, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at this town, Dec. 28 18 19 

GOODNOW Harriet and John Y. Tenney, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 26, 1824 



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GOODWIN Henry, Esq., attorney at law, and 

Polly Bradford, daughter of Hon. William, 

at Rehoboth. Gazette of Sept. 7, 1782 

Mary and Charles DeWolfe, Jr., at Bristol. 

Gazette of Feb. 25, 1804 

George, Jr., and Maria Kingsbury, daughter 

of Andrew, Esq., at Hartford, Ct. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 9, 1809 
Mary, daughter of the late Henry, of Bristol, 

and Dr. Elijah M. Padelford, of Taunton, 

at Bristol. Gazette of Aug. 15, 181 2 

James Taylor, of Columbia, S. C, and Anna 

R. Sterry, of this town, at New York, by 

Rev. Dr. Bowen, July 29, 1817 

Frederick H., of Plymouth, and Juliet A. 

Robbins, daughter of Asher, of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Oct. 11, 1824 

GORDON the Duke of and Lady Stuart, 

third daughter of Right Hon. John Earl, 

of Bute, treaty of marriage announced. 

Gazette of March 9, 1765 

Mrs. Sarah S., widow of Thomas, of Sterling, 

and Gen. Amasa Allen, of Walpole, N. H., 

at Sterling, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 15, 181 2 

Caroline A., of Sterling, Ct., and Dr. Silas 

James, of West Greenwich, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Sept. 22, 1824 

GORHAM Jabez and Catharine Tyler, daughter 

of William. Gazette of Nov. i, 1783 

Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Major 

Jabez, and Dexter Thurber, by the Rev. 

Dr. Gano, May 29, 1803 

Bethiah and Capt. William Comstock, Aug. 28, 1808 

Catherine, of this town, and Enos Angell, of " 

North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 24, 1810 

Mrs. Emma, of this town, and Rev. Samuel 

Bloss, Jr., of Stratford, Ct., by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 26, 1810 

John and Marcy Mason, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, at Pawtucket, June 16, 1816 

Jabez and Amey Thurber, youngest daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., of this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Dec. 4, 1816 

Sarah, daughter of the late Samuel, of this 

town, and Cyrel Babcock, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 8, 181 8 

Sarah, daughter of the late Jabez, and 

Samuel Olney, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of 

and at this town. Dec. 29, 1819 

Amos T. and Fanny R. Sanford, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, June 18, 1820 



96 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GORHAM Capt. Jabez, of this town, and Lydia 
Dexter, daughter of Lewis, of and at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April i6, 1822 
Daniel, of Warwick, and Susan Usher, of and 
at Bristol. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1824 
GORMAN Susan and Abraham Hathaway, at 

Bristol. Gazette of Nov. 28, 1807 

GORTON Hannah and John Fry, at East 

Greenwich. Gazette of Oct. 15, 1 791 

Betsey and Benjamin Earle, both of this 

town. Gazette of 
Betsey and George W. Sprague, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
Bbhj'amiii and Alice Low, by Rev. Mr. Lit- 

tlefield, at Warwick. Gazette of 
Othniel, of this town, and Hannah Hartshorn, 
daughter of Jacob, of and at Johnston, N. 
Y., by Rev. Mr. Almy. Gazette of 
Mary and Thomas J. Sprague, at Cranston. 

Gazette of 
Barbara Fenner, daughter of Dea. Benjamin, 
of Warwick, and Freeman Wing, of Sand- 
wich, at said Warwick. Gazette of 
Thomas W., of Warwick, and Elizabeth Carr, 

of and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Oliver and Charlotte Sweetland, both of and 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
GORY Peter, of Glocester, and Martha Williams, 

of and at Burrillville. Gazette of 
GOSS Abigail and John Clemments, of Warwick, 

at Somerset, Mass. Gazette of Oct. 20, 1804 

GOULD Betsey, eldest daughter of Robert, of 
Providence, merchant, and John Baker 
Brimmer, of Norwich. Gazette of Jan. 27, 1770 

Samuel and Sally Ann Campbell, daughter 
of the late Archibald, Esq., at East Green- 
wich. Gazette of April 3, 1784 
Mary, daughter of John, of Middletown, and 
Joseph Anthony, of this town, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Newport, May 7, 1801 
Rebecca, daughter of John, Esq., of Middle- 
town, and Arnold Buffum, of Smithfield, 
at Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of June 16, 1804 
Mary M. and William Richardson; the 
groom's mother in her looth year was 
present at the wedding, in good health, at 
Stoneham, Mass. Gazette of May 16, 1807 
Isaac and Sarah Hammett, daughter of 

Nathan, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 29, 1810 



Jan. 3, 


179s 


Oct. 25, 


1812 


April 3, 


1819 


Aug. 14, 


1819 


Sept. 26, 


1821 


Feb. 8, 


1823 


June 13, 


1824 


Aug. 3, 


1825 


July 18, 


1821 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



97 



GOULD David, of this town, and Mary Pidge, at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 
Ruth and Harvey Ballou, at Smithfield, 
James, merchant, of Baltimore, and Abigail 
Healey, of Lynnfield, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 
Jacob C. and Ann Hull, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Hope Ann, of Wickford, and Senaca Cong- 
don, of Leicester, Mass., in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Sarah Ann, daughter of Thomas, of Middle- 
town, and Oliver Sweet, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
Capt. John and Ann Eliza Whiting, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Rufus S. and Martha P. Bonchley, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
GOUVERNEUR Samuel Lawrence, Esq, of 
New York, and Maria Hester Monroe, 
youngest daughter of James, President of- 
the United States, at Washington City, by 
Rev. Mr. Hawley. Gazette of 
GOUVENOM Louisa Augusta and Johnson 
Verplanck, Esq., one of the editors of the 
"New York American," at New York. 
Gazette of 
GRACCHE Mrs. Mary Anne and John Stick- 
ney, merchant, at Baltimore, by the Rt. 
Rev. Bishop Carroll. Gazette of 

GRACE Capt. , of New Orleans, and 

Mrs. Lucy Parks, of Boston, in this town, 
GRAFTON Lydia, daughter of William, Jr., of 
this town, and Adj . Robert Cower, of the 
Army. Gazette of 
Mary S., of this town, and Otis Corbett, of 

Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, 
Nathaniel and Prudence Dodds, third daugh- 
ter of George, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of 
this town, 
GRAMON Capt. James, of Cape Francois, and 
Polly Nightingale, daughter of Samuel, 
Esq. Gazette of 
GRAMOND Rosalie, of this town, and Samuel 

Rawson, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
GRANT Moses, merchant, and Mrs. Ann Jen- 
kins, both of Boston, by the Rev. Mr. 
Clarke, 
Sarah and Cornelius Coolidge, merchant, at 
Boston. Gazette of 



April i8, 1813 
Nov. 19, 1 814 



April 29, 1815 
July 9, 1818 

Nov. II, 1820 

Jan. I, 1823 

Oct. 6, 1823 

Nov. 22, 1824 



March 23, 1820 

July 2, 1823 

March 24, 1804 
April 10, 1808 

Nov. 21, 1778 
March 8, 1807 

Oct. II, 1815 

June 4, 1785 
Feb. 28, 181 1 

Feb. 14, 1798 
Feb. 20, 1802 



98 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GRANT Waitey A., of Uxbridge, and Abijah 
Kendall, of Medf ord, at Uxbridge, by Rev. 
Mr. Judson. Gazette of Dec. 17, 1808 

Sylvester and Betsey Goff, daughter of 
James, at Warren. Gazette of Jan. 18, 1812 

Mrs. Sally, of Barrington, daughter of Ben- 
jamin Drowne, and Joseph Peck, of and at 
Bristol. Gazette of June 6, 1812 

David, of Wrentham, and Huldah Grant, of 
and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Nov. 23, 1817 

Huldah, of Cumberland, and David Grant, 
of Wrentham, at said Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Williams, Nov. 23, 1817 

Aaron, Jr., and Mrs. Diana Clarke, at Cum- 
berland, Feb. 8, 1 82 1 

Ebenezer, of Barrington, and Lydia Luther, • 

of Swanzey, at said Barrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Wright. Gazette of April 7, 1821 

Mahala, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
Oliver West, both of Seekonk, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette of April 7, 1821 

Caroline B. and William K. Hidden, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 3, 1821 

Berton and Marinda Gage, at the Chocolate 
Mills, near Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, Dec. 29, 1822 

Preston and Marinda Gage, daughter of Capt. 
Anthony, at the Chocolate Mills, near 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 4, 1823 
(This is correct, last week not.) 

Polly, eldest daughter of Eliphaz, and John 
Newell, both of and at Cumberland. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 24, 1824 

Julia M. and Daniel Bowen, both of and at 

Barrington. Gazette of April 16, 1825 

GRANVILLE Lady Mary, only daughter of the 
Marquis of Buckingham, and Hon. Capt. 
Arundell, son of Lord Arundell;' Her 
Ladyship has a fortune of ;^ioo,ooo; in 
England. Gazette of April 13, 181 1 

GRASON Thomas, of Scituate, and Amey 
Callender, of this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Messer, April ig, i807 

GRATZ Rachal, daughter of Michael, Esq., of 
Philadelphia, and Solomon Moses, at New 
York, by Rev. G. Seixas. Gazette of July q. 1806 

GRAUPNER Gottlieb. Esq., and Mary Hill. ^ ^ ^' ° 

only daughter of the late Capt. John, all 
of Boston, Oct. 2. 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 99 

GRAVES Benjamin, of New York, and Polly 
Graves, daughter of Rev. John. Gazette 
of Sept. 24, 1785 

Polly, daughter of Rev. John, and Benjamin 

Graves, of New York. Gazette of Sept. 24, 1785 

Sophia, daughter of the late Rev. John, and 

Capt. Stephen Jackson. Gazette of Nov. 24, 1792 

Mary and John F. Gibbs, youngest daugh- 
ter of Capt. James, both of this town, at 
Fall River, Mass. Gazette of April 2, 1803 

George, of this town, and Ann Chalonor, 
daughter of Capt. Walter, of and at Troy, 
Mass., Noy. 3, 1805 

Sally, daughter of Capt. James, of this town, 
and Joseph Tompkins, of Troy, Mass., at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1806 

Capt. Zephaniah and Lucy Spears, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette 
of May 4, 181 1 

Benjamin, Esq., of New York, and Martha 
W. Webb, daughter of the late Col. 
Thomas S., at Worthington, O., April 4, 1820 

Capt. James and Polly White, both of and at 
this town, Oct. 11, 1824 

GRAY Lydia, daughter of Amasa, and Benja- 
min Aplin, Jr. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1792 

Rev. Thomas and Debby Stillman, youngest 
daughter of Rev. Dr. Stillman, at Boston. 
Gazette of June i, 1793 

Hannah and Hon. Judge Wilson, of Philadel- 
phia, at Boston. Gazette of Sept. 21, 1793 

Prudence, daughter of Philip, Esq., and John 
Maguire, of this town, at Tiverton. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 4, 1794 

Mrs. Nabby and Peter Chandler, of Pomfret, 
at Windham. Gazette of March 24, 1798 

Prudence and Pay son Grosvenor, at Pomfret, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. King, April 21, 1803 

Hannah, eldest daughter of John, and Wright 
Wilbur, both of and at Little Compton. 
Gazette of Jan. 3, 1807 

Lydia, daughter of P Gray, and Richard 

S. Waldron, at Bristol. Gazette of Feb. 21, 1807 

William R., of Boston, merchant, and Mary 
Clay, daughter of Rev. Joseph, of Savan- 
nah, Ga., late pastor of First Baptist 
Church, of Boston, at Newark, N. J., Oct. 19, 1809 

John and Betsey Chedell, daughter of John, 

in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 22, 1810 



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GRAY Henry, Esq., son of Lieut. Geo. Gray, and 

Frances Pierce, . daughter of Major J. „ „ „ 

Pierce, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Chanjiing, Oct. 28, 1810 

Mary, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and Samuel 
H. Byrne, printer, at Windham, Ct. Ga- 
zette of April I, 181 S 

John and Waitstill Allen, dau. of Capt. Abel, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of this town, Oct. 9, 18 17 

Eliza and Robert Angell, in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 17, 1820 

Col. John, formerly of Southbridge, Mass., 
and Lucinia Mackintire, daughter of Sim- 
eon, of and at Glocester, May 6, 1821 

Thomas, of Bristol, and Martha Gardiner, of 

Swanzey, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, June 6, 1821 

Cyrus and Peace Cooke Gray, at Tiverton. 

Gazette of July 21, 182 1 

Peace Cooke and Cyrus Gray, at Tiverton. 

Gazette of July 21, 1821 

Mrs. Waitstill, of this town, daughter of 
Abel Allen, Esq., and Job Woodman, of 
Louisville, Ga., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 23, 1821 

Fanny, of Tiverton, and Philip Peirce, of Lit- 
tle Compton, at said Tiverton. Gazette of Oct. 6, 1821 

Philip J., editor of " Herald and Glocester 
Farmer," and ^Rachel Glover, at Wood- 
bury, N. J. Gazette of Feb. 27, 1822 

Philadelphia, of Tiverton, and Joshua Van 
Doran, of Bristol, at said Tiverton. Ga- 
zette of July 13, 1822 

Lydia, daughter of Thomas, of Tiverton, and 
William Cole, of North Kingstown, at said 
Tiverton. Gazette of Aug. 17, 1822 

Mary, of Tiverton, and Caleb Greene, form- 
erly of this town, at said Tiverton. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 30, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Daniel S. Amesbury, 
both of and at this town. Gazette of Dec. 28, 1822 

William S. and Mary Anthony, daughter of 

David, Esq., of Somerset. Gazette of Aug. 30, 1823 

Hannah, daughter of Joseph, and Benjamin 
Cleveland, at Somerset. Gazette of Oct. 25, 1823 

Samuel and Sarah James Eddy, daughter of 

Benjamin, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1824 

GRAYSEN Laetitia P., of Kentucky, daughter 
of Hon. John Breckenbridge, formerly Att. 
Gen. of the U. S., and Major General 
Peter B. Porter, of New York, at Prince- 
ton, N. Y. Gazette of Oct. 31, 1818 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



101 



GREATRACKS Mary and David Walls, of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
GREAVE Margaret C, daughter of David, of 
this town, and George W. Martin, of New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
GREENE Thomas, of Boston, merchant, and 
Polly Olney, of Providence, 

, widow of Thomas, Jr., and John Sim- 
mons, merchant,- at Boston, 

Capt. Thomas and Sarah Wickes, only dau. 
of Robert, both of Warwick, 

Griffeth, of Coventry, and Sarah Greene, 
youngest dau. of Philip, of Warwick, 

Sarah, youngest daughter of Philip, of War- 
wick, and Griffeth Greene, of Coventry, 

Gideon and Marcy Rowland, eldest dau. of 
Daniel, at Friends' Meeting House, East 
Greenwich, 

Patience, daughter of Capt. Samuel, deceased, 
of Greenwich, and Welcome Arnold, Esq., 
_ of Smithfield, at Warwick. Gazette of 

William and Welthian Lippitt, daughter of 
Jeremiah, at Warwick. Gazette of 

Miss Betsey, daught,er of Thomas, Esq., and 
Dr. Henry Tillinghasf. Gazette of 

Richard, of Warwick, and Ruth Barnes, .of 
Barrington. Gazette of 

Dr. Benjamin, late of this to>vn, and Sally 
Salisbury, at Worcester. Gazette of 

Caleb, of Providence, and Mary Comstock, 
widow of Ezekiel, of Smithfield, at the 
Friends' Meeting House, Woonsocket. 
Gazette of 

Caleb and Polly Remington, both of War- 
wick. Gazette of 

Welthian, daughter of the late Col. Christo- 
pher, and Capt. Thomas Hughes, of the 
Continental Army, at Warwick. Gazette 
of 

Betsey, daughter of Nathaniel, merchant, 
and Capt. Samuel Mansfield. Gazette of 

Thomas, of this town, and Waite Comstock, 
daughter of the late Ezekiel, of Smithfield, 
at Friends' Meeting House, 

Mary, daughter of Jacob, of Coventry, and 
Benjamin Sumner, of Boston. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Caleb, and Henry Com- 
stock, at Friends' Meeting House, in this 
town. Gazette of 

Capt. John and Hannah Mumford, youngest 
daughter of Peter, at Newport. Gazette of 



July 2, 1815 

Jan. I. 1810 
Aug. 21, 1764 
Oct. 20, 1768 
Jan. 22, 1769 
Feb. IS, 1769 
Feb. 15, 1769 

Feb. 23, 1769 

Feb. 13, 1773 

Jan. 22, 1774 

Feb. I, 1777 

Jan. 2, 1779 

March 27, 1779 

Jan. 15, 1780 
Dec. I, 1781 

March 2, 1782 
May 24, 1783 

March 8, 1787 
Jan. s, 1788 

Jan. s, 1788 
Feb. 28, 1789 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GREENE Betsey, daughter of the late Col. Chris- 
topher, of Warwick, and Jeremiah Fenner, 
of Coventry. Gazette of 

John, of Johnston, and Deborah Mathewson, 
daughter of Thomas, Jr., at Scituate. Ga- 
zette of 

Jeremiah and Lydia Arnold, daughter of 
Col. William, at East Greenwich. Ga- 
zette of 

Nathaniel, of East Greenwich, and Abigail 
Arnold, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., at 
Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Caleb, of Bedford, and Amey Harris, daugh- 
ter of David, Esq., of Smithfield, at 
Friends' Meeting House, in this town. 
Gazette of 

Susannah, daughter of Deacon James, and 
Nathaniel Richmond. Gazette of 

Mrs. Susannah and Rev. John Pitman, 
married by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, 

Timothy, Esq., of Worcester, attorney at 
law, and Polly Martin, daughter of Joseph, 
Esq., of this town. Gazette of 

Samuel, of Coventry, and Barbara Sheldon, 
daughter of James, at Cranston. Gazette 
of 

Sarah and Daniel Rowland, Jr., at Friends' 
Meeting House, East Greenwich. Ga- 
zette of 

Samuel W., merchant, and Polly Nightin- 
gale, only daughter of Col. Joseph. Ga- 
zette of 

William F. and Nabby Sheldon, daughter of 
James, of Coventry, at Cranston. Ga- 
zette of 

Benjamin D. and Esther Bucklin, daughter 
of David, at Coventry. Gazette of 

Polly,. daughter of the late Col. Christopher, 
and Benjamin Fenner, of Coventry, at 
Warwick. Gazette of , 

Elizabeth, daughter of John, and Peleg 
Wightman, of Cranston, at Charlestown, 
R. I. Gazette of 

Kay, Esq, Attorney General of Rhode 
Island, and Polly Flagg, only daughter of 
Major George, at Charlestown, S. C. Ga- 
zette of 
Luther and Mrs. Phebe Stanton, m this 
town. Gazette of 



Oct. 3, 1789 
Nov. 28, 1789 
Oct. 16, 1790 

Feb. 5, 1791 

May 28, 1791 

Nov. 12, 1791 

Sept. 5, 1792 

March 9, 1793 
July 27, 1793 

Aug. 10, 1793 

Oct. 12, 1793 

Nov. 23, 1793 
Dec. 21, 1793 

March 8, 1794 

Aug. 9, 1794 

Aug. 9, 1794 
Feb. 28, 1795 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



103 



GREENE Caleb, Jr., and Sally R. Greene, 
daughter of Capt. Thomas, at Warwick. 
Gazette of 

Sally R., daughter of Capt. Thomas, and 
Caleb Greene, Jr., at Warwick. Gazette 
of 

Martha W., daughter of the late Major 
General Greene, and John C. Nightingale, 
of this town, at Mulberry Grove, Ga. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Catharine, widow of Major General 
Greene, and Phineas Miller, of Georgia, at 
Philadelphia, by the Rev. Dr. Ewing. Ga- 
zette of 

Capt. William and Polly Low, daughter of 
Col. John, af Warwick. Gazette of 

James C, late of Providence, and Margaret 
M. Farquhar, at Charleston, S. C. Ga- 
zette of 

John and Abigail Holden, daughter of 
Charles, in this town. Gazette of 

Rhoda, daughter of Jedediah, and Randall 
King, at Coventry. Gazette of 

Col. Samuel, editor of the Connecticut Ga- 
zette, and Sally Pool, daughter of Thomas, 
Esq., at New London. Gazette of 

Phebe and Benoni Lockwood, both of Paw- 
tuxet. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of the late James, and Col. 
John Bowen, at Coventry. Gazette of 

Nancy and James Tucker, at Pawtuxet. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Eliza P., of this town, and Joseph 
Emerson, at New London. Gazette of 

Martha, daughter of Sylvester, and Isaac 
Manchester, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Caleb, and James 
Aborn, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Gazette of 

Benjamin D. and Rebecca Taylor, daughter 
of the late Col. Robert, by the Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

William and Mary Westcott, daughter of 
the late Capt. Samuel, by the Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of 

Cornelia L., . second daughter of the late 
Major General Greene, and James Peyton 
Skipwith, Jr., son of Sir Peyton, of Vir- 
ginia, at Cumberland Island, S. C, 

Fanny and John Wing, at East Greenwich. 
Gazette of 



March 14, 1795 
March 14, 1795 

May 9, 1795 

July 2, 1796 
Dec. 31, 1796 

April IS, 1797 
Nov. 4, 1797 
Dec. 9, 1797 

Jan. 13, 1798 
May 19, 1798 
April 6, 1799 
Feb. 8, 1800 
Sept. 27, 1800 
Jan. II, 1801 

April 25, 1 80 1 

Nov. 22, 1 80 1 

Feb? 6, 1802 

April 22, 1802 
May 8, 1802 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GREENE Daniel, Esq., of Mansfield, and 
Temperance Dean, daughter of Josiah, 
Esq., by the Rev. Dr. Fobes, at Raynham. 
Gazette of 

Col. Samuel, editor of the "Connecticut 
Gazette," and Mary Starr, daughter of 
Jared, Esq. Gazette of 

Rufus, formerly of this town, and Eliza 
Sherwood, at New York. Gazette of 

Capt. John K., of this town, and Phebe 
Dyer, daughter of Charles, of Cranston. 
Gazette of 

Mary K., daughter of Capt. James, and Will- 
iam Anthony, of North Providence, at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Rufus and Sarah Rice, both of and at War- 
wick. Gazette of 

Julia, daughter of Jacob, and Theodore 
Adelphidos Foster, Esq., of this town, at 
Coventry, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William and Minerva Bowers, of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

David I., of Boston, and Catharine A. De 
Peyster, 3d, daughter of Pierre, Esq., at 
Belleville, K Y. Gazette of 

Celia, daughter of Christopher, Esq., of 
Potowomut, and Ray Clarke, of East 
Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Emily, daughter of Christopher, of Potowo- 
mut, and Franklin Greene, ot East 
Greenwich, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field. Gazette of 

Franklin, of East Greenwich, merchant, and 
Emily Greene, daughter of Christopher, 
of Potowomut, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. 
Gazette of 

Charles W., merchant, of New York, and 
Esther W. Bowen, eldest daughter of Dr. 
Pardon, of this town, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Mary, eldest daughter of Hon. Stephen, of 
East Greenwich, and James Battey, of 
Coventry, at East Greenwich. Gazette of 

.Senaca and Ann Peake, both of this town, 

Nathaniel R., of Georgia, son of the late 
Gen. Nathaniel, and Anne Clarke, daugh- 
ter of Ethan, Esq., at Elm Hill, East 
Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. Ga- 
zette of 

William and Phebe Brown, daughter of the 
late Gideon, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Place, 



Oct. 30, 1802 

March 5, 1803 
March 12, 1803 

July 16, 1803 

Dec. 18, 1803 
Aug: 25, 1804 

Dec. 12, 1804 
Dec. 26, 1804 

Jan. 12, 1805 

Feb. 18, 1805 

July 12, 1806 

July 12, 1806 
Dec. 7, 1806 



F""eb. 7, 1807 
Aug. 10, 1807 



Sept. 17, 1808 
Oct. 13, 1808 



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105 



GREENE Sally, daughter of Timothy, of Paw- 
tucket, and William Harris, of Smithfield, 
at Friends' Meeting House, Smithfieldj 

Mary A., daughter of Timothy, printer, of 
Fredericksburg, Va., and Reuben Crump, 
of New York, merchant, at Fredericks- 
burg, Va. Gazette of 

Margaret, daughter of Capt. Thomas, and 
Capt. Josiah Arnold, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field, all of Warwick, 

Gideon, Jr., Esq., of Warwick, and Celia 
Baker, of and at Scituate, by Elder Rich- 
ard Knight. Gazette of 

Samuel D., of Leicester, Mass,, and Susan 
Gibbs, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mary, daughter of William, and Joseph 
Nightingale, of this town, at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Abigail and Herman C. Fisher, of Provi- 
dence, at Warwick. Gazette of 

Hannah, of Williamstown, Mass., and Squire 
Benson, of Thompson, Ct., at Williams- 
town. Gazette of 

John and Waite White, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
all of this town, 

Stephen C, merchant, and Jane A. B. Rob- 
inson, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

John C. and Rebecca Harris, daughter of 
John, at Johnston, by Elder Place, 

Catharine, fifth daughter of Joseph, and Au- 
gustus Gardiner, at East Greenwich, 

Ardielia, of East Greenwich, and Pardon 
Handy, of Bristol, by Samuel Brown, Esq., 

Benjamin and Martha Harris, daughter of 
Amaziah, Esq., at Burrillville, by Rev. Mr. 
Eldredge, 

Hannah, second daughter of Dr. Thomas, 
and John Ballard, Jr., of Boston, merchant, 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker. Ga- 
zette of 

William, of Warwick, and Maij Olney, of 
Providence, daughter of late Capt. Daniel, 
at Hartford, Ct. Gazette of 

Amey, eldest daughter of Dr. Thomas, and 
James B. Dorrance, Esq., attorney at law, 
of Glocester, 

William K. and Betsey Kimball, daughter of 
Dr. Jedediah, both of and at Woodstock, 
Ct. Gazette of 



Jan. 4, 1809 

Feb. 25, 1S09 

Dec. 31, 1809 

Jan. 13, 1 8 10 
March 29, 18 10 

May 7, 1810 
May 12, 1810 

June 16, i8io 
July I, 1810 

Aug. 20, 1810 

Sept. 13, iSio 

Sept. 19, 1810 

Jan. 31, i8n 

June 9, 181 1 

July 20, 181 1 

July 27, 181 1 

Oct. 6, 181 1 

Jan. 2, 1813 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GREENE John and Susan Ann Greene, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Susan Ann and John Greene, both of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Mary Ann, daughter of the late Col. Job, of 
Warwick, and Abner M. Warriner, form- 
erly of Palmer, Mass., at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Simon Ray, Esq., of East Greenwich, and 
Harriet Wells, of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Littlefield, 

Ann, daughter of Job, of Smithfield, and 
Simeon Kingsley, of this town, at Smith- 
field, 

Charles W., of Boston, merchant, and Fran- 
ces Bowen, daughter of Dr. Pardon, of this 

. town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Sarah, eldest daughter of Capt. Malachi, and 
Jeremiah Whipple, both of Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mary and William McFarland, both of War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Hopkins and Amey Tillinghast, daughter of 
the late Capt. John, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Albert C, Esq., and Catharine Celia Greene, 
daughter of Col. William, at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Rich, 

Catharine Celia, daughter of Col. William, 
and Albert C. Greene, Esq., at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Rich, ^ 

Mrs. Mary, of Providence, and Samuel Hunt- 
ing, of and at Johnson. Gazette of 

Nathaniel and Abby Sophia Casey, second 
daughter of Wanton, Esq., at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Thomas and Ann Harrison, at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

John, Esq., of Glocester, and Mrs. Phibana 
Southwick, at Burrillville, 

Catharine R., eldest daughter of Hon. Ray, 
of Warwick, and Dr. James V. Turner, of 
East Greenwich, at said Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Waldo, ^ 

Caroline, daughter of Major William F., and* 
Thomas Crapbn, all of this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, ^ 

Christopher R., merchant, formerly of this 
town, and Mary Ann Lehre, daughter of 
the late Dr. Lehre, at Charleston, S. C. 
Gazette of 



Feb. 21, 1813 
Feb. 21, 1813 

Feb. 21, 1813 

May 16, 1813 

Aug. 31, 1813 

Sept. 26, 1 813 

Nov. 4, 1813 
Dec. 12, 1813 

Dec. 21, 1813 

March 16, 1814 

March 16, 1814 
May 28, 1814 

June 14, 1814 
May 28, 1815 
Aug. 6, 1815 

Aug. 2;, 181S 
Sept. 4, 1 81 5 

Jan. 20, 1 816 



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107 



GREENE Mary Ann, of Pawtuxet, and John 

Brown, of this town, at said Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 
Russell, of this town, and Betsey Brayton, of 

Scituate, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wy- 

down, 
Richard Wickes, Esq., and Elizabeth Welles 

Anthony, both of and at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Littlefield, 
Col. Jeremiah and Sarah Littlefield, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Mr. Littlefield, all of Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 
Franklin, of Potowomut, and Anna Eliza 

Bowen, youngest daughter of Dr. Pardon, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Clarke and Bathsheba Newman, daughter of 

the late Augustus, Sen., at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Eddy. Gazette of 
Mrs. Penelope, of this town, and Capt. Jacob 

Holt, of Hampton, Ct., at this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Messer, 
William P. and Susan M. Mumford, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, at St. John's Church, all of and 

at this town. 
Duty and Abby P. Freeman, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Caleb, of this town, and Sabra Barber, of 

and at Exeter. Gazette of 
Sophia, daughter of Barnabus, and Isaac 

Weatherbee, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and 

at this town, 
Mary H., daughter of Samuel, and John Ta- 
bor, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

at Pawtuxet, 
Paul, of Pawtucket, and Abby H. Johnson, 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Randall H. and Mary B. Aborn, daughter of 

Capt. Lowry, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Penelope M., youngest daughter of Dr. 

Thomas, of this town, and Charles A. 

Prince, of Boston, by Rev. Mr. Adams, 
Henry and Mary Ann Almy (both colored), 

in this town, by Rev. Mr. Adams, 
Eliza B., daughter of the late Stephen, and 

Benjamin Tuell, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Eddy, all 

of and at Newport, 
Samuel, of Coventry, and Mary Lippitt, of 

Killingly, Ct., at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Dana, 



March 19, 1816 

Aug. 25, 1816 

April 20, 1817 

June 8, 1817 

Dec. 2, 1817 

May 16, 1818 

June 22, 1818 

Oct. s, 1818 

Nov. 19, 1818 

Dec. S, 1818 

Sept. 12, 1819 

Oct. 24, 1819 
Nov. 28, 1819 

April 30, 1820 

May IS, 1820 
May 21, 1820 

Aug. 13, 1820 

Sept. 3, 1820 



i08 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE James A. and Elizabeth Oman, 
daughter of William, of and at Newport. 
Gazette of Sept. 14, 1820 

Daniel and Almira Stone, daughter of Sam- 
uel, Esq., at Johnston, by Elder Sprague. 
Gazette of Sept. 28, 1820 

Mary S. and Caleb Williams, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Gazette of Sept. 28, 1820 

Mrs. Maria E., daughter of Dr. Benjamin 
Parker, of Bradford, Mass., and Francis 
M. Dimond, of and at Bristol, at St. 
Michael's Church, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 
Griswold, Nov. 12, 1820 

Capt. Benjamin R. and Mary G. Arnold, 
eldest daughter of the late Hon. Thomas, 
both of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Littlefield, Dec. 10, 1820 

Mrs. Patience, of Coventry, and Rev. Jona- 
than Smith, of Pawtucket, at said Coven- 
try, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 18, 1820 

Sarah R., daughter of Thomas W., Esq., and 
Giles Anthony, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Littlefield. Gazette of Jan. 17, 1821 

Capt. Abraham, of Warren, and Susan De 
Wolf Smith, eldest daughter of Barnard, 
Esq., of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford, Feb. 12, 1 82 1 

Eliza, daughter of Timothy, of North Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin C. Harris, of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 16, 1821 

Celia, youngest daughter of the late Capt. 
John M., of this town, and Thomas San 
ford Metcalf, of Augusta, Ga., at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 30, 1821 

William and Marcy Waterman, daughter of 
Resolved, both of and at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 4, 1 82 1 

Charles and Mrs. Maria Sweet, at Coventry, 
by Rev. Mr. Smith, Sept. 9, 1821 

Samuel and Harriet Stanhope, daughter of 
the late Edward, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 31, 1821 

Samuel and Harriet Stanhope, daughter of 

Edward, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 3, 1821 

William R.and Susan Arnold Barrell, second 
daughter of the late Hon. James, Jr., by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 26, 1821 

Matilda and Alpheus Smith, both of and at 
Pawtuxet. Gazette of Jan. 12, 1822 

Daniel and Phebe Greene, both of and at 
East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Feb. 17, 1822 



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GREENE Phebe and Daniel Greene, both of 
and at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, 

Simon H. and Caroline C. Aborn, daughter 
of the late Edward, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

John G., Esq., of Warwick, and Margaret 
Clarke, at Dungenness, on Cumberland 
Island, Ga., 

Ann, daughter of Timothy, and Edward 
Walcott, both of and at Pawtucket. Ga- 
zette of 

Ejiza, daughter of Christopher, and Festus 
L. Thompson, of Vermont, at Warwick. 
Gazette of 

Constant C. and Harriet Perry, daughter of 
the late Col. James, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Samuel, Esq., of North Providence, and 
Sarah O. Harris, daughter of the late 
Stephen, Esq., of this town, at St. John's 
Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Stephen, 78, and Sally T. Bardwell, 28, at 
. Whittingham, Vt., 

Henry A. and Ann Snow, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Celia A., daughter of the late Capt. Benja- 
min, and Wanton A. Briggs, both of and 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. 
Gazette of 

Caleb, formerly of this town, and Mary Gray, 
of and at Tiverton. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of Samuel, of Pawtuxet, 
and Thomas Bourne, of New Bedford, at 
said Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Waitey and Nicholas Peters, both of and at 
this town, 

Olive and William Wyatt, both of and at 
Bristol. Gazette of 

Ray and Ruth B. Sprague, daughter of the 
late Ethan, both of and at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Abby H. and Henry Lord, both of this 
town, at Johnston. Gazette of 

James C. and Mary Westcott, daughter of 
General Thomas, both of and at Center- 
ville, Warwick. Gazette of 

James C. and Marcy A. Westcott, at War- 
wick. Gazette of 



Feb. 17, 1822 
March 13, 1822 
May 15, 1822 
May 18, 1822 
Aug. 21, 1822 
Aug. 31, 1822 

Sept. 10, 1822 
Sept. 14, 1822 
Sept. 18, 1822 

Sept. 25, 1822 
Oct. 30, 1822 

Nov. 17, 1822 

Jan. 30, 1823 

April 19, 1823 

May 24, 1823 
June 25, 1823 

July 12, 1823 
July 26, 1823 



1X0 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Sarah Ann, daughter of Capt. James, 
and Stephen Arnold, both of and at 
Warwick. Gazette of Oct. 15, 1823 

Harriet and William H. Young, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Ga- 
zette of Nov. S, 1823 

William M. and Sarah Warner, at Warwick. 
Gazette of Dec. 24, 1823 

Comfort, daughter of Jatiies, and George 

Davis, at East Greenwich. Gazette of Dec. 27, 1823 

Eliza B., daughter of Hawkins, and George 
H. Gifford, both of Portsmouth, at New- 
port. Gazette of Feb. 25, 1824 

Joseph, of Jamestown, and Sarah Collins, 
daughter of Jabez, of and at Hopkinton, at 
the Friends' Meeting House, Hopkinton. 
Gazette of May S, 1824 

Mary, only daughter of the late Samuel, of 
Johnston, and Jeremiah Tillinghast, of this 
town, at said Johnston, by Rev Mr. 
Sprague, May 27, 1824 

Thomas R., of Warwick, and Epaline Tomp- 
kins, of Troy, Mass., at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, June 30,- 1824 

Albert G., Esq., attorney at law, and Mary 
Ann Clifford, eldest daughter of Benjamin, 
Esq., both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Nov. 8, 1824 

Sally and Christopher Warner, both of War- 
wick, May 29, 1825 
GREENLEAF Thomas, printer and Nancy 

Quackenboss, at New York. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1791 

Robert, of Boston, and Hannah Arnold, 
daughter of Col. William, at East Green- 
wich, by the Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 5, 1796 

Gardiner, of Boston, and Betsey Mitchell, of 

North Providence, in this town, March 8, 18 12 

GREENMAN Lieut. Jeremiah and Polly Eddy, 

daughter of Esek. Gazette of Oct. 23, 1784 

John, of Swanzey, and Sally Eddy, daughter 

of Comfort, of this town. Gazette of Nov. 9, 1793 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, and 
William W. Dunham, printer, by the Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, . Jan. 13, 1805 

Capt. William and Eliza R. Thayer, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 6, 1820 

William and Ann Barker, both of and at 

Newport. Gazette of April 30, 1823 

Josiah and Sarah Ann Westgate, daughter 

of James, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Nov. 2, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES m 

GREENMAN Elizabeth B., daughter of the 

late John, and Truman Burdick, at New- 
port. Gazette of May ii, 1825 
GREENWOOD John, dentist, and Betsey 

Weaver. Gazette of April 19, 1788 

Isaac, of this town, and Deborah Langley, 

eldest daughter of William, Esq., at New- 
port. Gazette of May 10, 1788 
Lydia and Elkanah Humphrey, at Barring- 
ton. Gazette of Dec. 24, 1796 
Mary, of Newport, and John Wallen, of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 25, 1808 

Thomas and Kezia Bretton, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of this town, Nov. 19, 1810 

Mary, eldest daughter of Isaac, of New York, 

and Samuel Brown, at said New York. 

Gazette of July 9, 1823 

GREGG James, Esq., and Cornelia Manning 

Maxcy, eldest daughter of Rev. Dr. Maxcy, 

President of Columbia College, at said 

place, by said Doctor, Jan. 18, 1814 

GRELLET Stephen, merchant, of New York, 

and Rebecca Collins, daughter of Isaac, 

printer, at Friends' Meeting House, New 

York. Gazette of Feb. 11, 1804 

GREUHM Frederick, the Prussian Minister, 

and Virginie Bridon, of Paris, France, at 

Colorama, near Washington City, at the 

residence of Henry Middleton, Esq., Nov. 20, 1819 

GREW Rev. Henry, of Hartford, and Harriet 

Johnson, of and at Middletown, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Grant. Gazette of May 19, 18 10 

GRIDLEY Laura, of Paris, N. Y., and Rich- 
mond Southworth, of Little Compton, at 

Paris, N. Y., March — , 18 14 

Benjamin, of Boston, and Lucy Roberts, 

daughter of Capt. Dutee, of this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 20, 1824 

GRIEVE Sarah W. and Capt. Thomas Farmer, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 25, 1812 

GRIEVES Mary F., daughter of David, of this 

town, and Adam Ashburner, of and at 

Philadelphia. Gazette of ' Oct. 26, 1822 

Eliza A., daughter of David, of this town, 

and John Chace, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 16, 1812 

GRIFFETH Polly, daughter of John, and Amos 

Turner. Gazette of Oct. 31, 1789 

GRIFFIN Sophia and Ephraim P. Whitmore, 

at Newtown, Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 181 8 

GRIGGS Olive and David Lathrop, at Ashford, 

Ct. Gazette of Nov. 23, 181 1 



ll% VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GRILL Charles and Martha Hacker, daughter 

of the late Capt. Joshua, in this town. 

Gazette of Nov. 7, 1795 

GRIMKE Mary, sister of the Hon. Judge 

Grimke, of South Carolina, and Henry 

Ward, Esq., of Charleston, S. C, Aug. 4, 1799 

GRINNELL Peter and Polly Andrews, daugh- 
ter of Col. Zephaniah. Gazette of Dec. 18, 1784 
Major Peter, of this town, and Mrs. Eunice 

Coleman, of and at Nantucket, June 18, 1809 

WiKiam T. and Lydia Coleman, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, ' Dec. 8, 1811 

Thomas E. and Mary Arnold Burr, daughter 

of Col. James, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, June 4, 1812 

Peter, 2d, and Elizabeth B. Dyer, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Nov. 16, 1815 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Benjamin, of 

Little Compton, and George James, of 

Brooklyn, N. Y., in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, Nov. 28, 1816 

George and Julia Ann Coleman, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 12, 1820 

Mary Ann, daughter of Peter, Esq., and 

Cyrus Dyer, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 6, 1821 

William and Amey Borden, daughter of 

Richard, at Tiverton. Gazette of Nov. 13, 1822 

GRISWOLD Susan Maria, eldest daughter of 

the Bishop, and George F. Usher, Esq., 

at Bristol, R. L, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Gris- 

wold. Gazette of Aug. 9, 1817 

Sylvia, daughter of Bishop Griswold, and 

John DeWolfe, Jr., Esq., at Bristol, in St. 

Michael's Church, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, May 9, 18 19 

Ann DeWolfe, daughter of Rt. Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, and Rev. Stephen H. Tyng, of 

Georgetown, D. C, at St. Michael's 

Church, Bristol, Aug. 5, 1821 

GROSVENOR Col. Thomas, of Pomfret, Ct., 

and Lucy Mumford, daughter of Peter, at 

Newport, by Bishop Seabury. Gazette of July 2, 1785 

Payson and Prudence Gray, at Pomfret, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. King, April 21, 1803 

Zerviah, daughter of Oliver, of Pomfret, Ct., 

and Stephen Hubbard, merchant, of this 

town, at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. King. 

Gazette of Sept. 24, 1803 

TJancy, daughter of Thomas, Esq., arid 

Henry King, of New York, at Pomfret, 

Ct. Gazette of April 22, 1809 



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GROSVENOR Major Peter and Ann Chace, by 
Rev. Mr. Porter, all of and at Pomfret, Ct., 
Hannah, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of Pom- 
fret, Ct., and Edward Eldredge, of St. 
Salvator, S. A., at said Pomfret, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, 
Howe and Lucretia Hartshorne, at Pomfret, 

Ct. Gazette of 
Mary, granddaughter of Col. R. Sykes, and 
Edward D. Bangs, Esq., attorney at law, 
both of and at Worcester. Gazette of 

GROUCHY Edward L., of Portland, and Mary 
F. Aspinwall, of Springfield, in this town. 
Gazette of 

GROVES John and Jemima Campbell, at Reho- 
both, 

GROW Dea. Thomas, of Pomfret, Ct., and Ex- 
perience Abbott, of and at this town, 

GUDGEON John and Sarah L. Wilbour, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

GUILD Betsey, of this town, and Martin Stod- 
dard, of Sutton, Mass., at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Lewis, 
Esther, daughter of Richard, and Richard 

Knight, 3d, at Cranston. Gazette of 
Davis and Rebecca Allen, both of Attleboro, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Nelson, 
Eliza and Alanson Smith, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

all of and at this town, 
Samuel, of Dedham, Mass., and Clarrissa 
Burrows, daughter of Milton, at Attleboro, 
by Rev. Mr. Carrique, 
Louisanna, daughter of Richard, and Fones 
Briggs, both of and at Cranston. Gazette 
of 

GUILE Sally, daughter of Richard, and Joseph 
Sheldon, Jr., at Cranston, 
Irene, daughter of Moses, of Dedham, Mass., 
and Barzillai Cranston, Esq., printer, of 
this town, at said Dedham, by Rev. Mr. 
White, 

GULICK Patience, aged 60 years, and Joseph 
Hall, aged 96 years, at South Amboy, 
N.J., 

GUN John and Molly Locke, at Athol, N. H. 
Gazette of 

GUNN Rhoda and Edward Locke, at Westmins- 
ter, Mass. Gazette of 

GUPHE Seth, Jr., of Raynham, Mass., and 
Fanny Moore, of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Mann, 



June 26, 1820 

March 6, 1822 
Feb. 7, 1824 

April 21, 1824 

July 2, 1808 

Feb. 21, 1813 

March 12, 1820 

Jan. 24, 1808 

Feb. 21, 1813 

Sept. 30, 1815 

Dec. 7, 181S 

July 2, 1820 

April 10, 1822 

May II, 1822 
Feb. II, 1 8 10 

Jan, 24, 1822 

May IS, 1 801 

April 17, 1819 

May 16, 1801 

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GURNEY Ruth W., of MiJdleboro, and William 
A. Bowers, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering. Gazette of 

GWYNN Frances Ann, eldest daughter of the 
late Thomas Peyton Gywnn, of Virginia, 
and Hon. W. B. Giles, of the U. S. Senate, 
at Georgetown, D. C. Gazette of 



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HACKER Polly, daughter of Joshua, and Philip 

Justice. Gazette of Nov. 23, 1771 

Sally, daughter of Joshua, and Capt. Joseph 
Peck. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1779 

Martha, daughter of the late Capt. Joshua, 
and Charles Grill, in this town. Gazette of Nov. 7, 1795 

HADAWAY Susannah, of Cumberland, and 

Stephen Low, of Warwick, at Cumberland, Aug. 6, 1769 

HADWEN Dorcas, daughter of John, merchant, 
and Obadiah Brown, of this town, mer- 
chant, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port, March i, 1798 

Lydia, daughter of John, and Walter Cornell, 
at Friends' Meeting House, Newport. 
Gazette of Nov. 23, 1805 

Isaac and Martha Hoar, both of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Hardy. Gazette of Dec. 7, 1822 

Eliza and Ulysses Holden, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 10, 1823 

Charles and Amey Brownell, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Somerset. Gazette of Sept. 20, 1823 

HADWIN Sally, daughter of John, and William 
T. Slocum, merchant, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 10, 1793 

Margaret, daughter of John, of Newport, 
merchant, and Joseph Barker, Esq., of Tiv- 
erton, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port. Gazette of Jan. 14, 1797 

William, formerly of this town, and Eunice 
Starbuck, daughter of Joseph, of and at 
Nantucket. Gazette of Nov. 9, 1822 

HAGON Mrs. Ann, 58, and Joseph Brass, 19, 

both of and at Baltimore. Gazette of Aug. 22, 181 8 

HAILE Sally, daughter of Capt. John, and 
Allen Chace, of Somerset, at Warren. 
Gazette of Oct. 12, 1805 



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HAILE George and Mary Ann Gibbs, daughter 
of John, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at 
this town, Oct. 30, 181 8 

Ann, of this town, and Levi Haile, Esq., of 

Warren, at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 4, 1824 

Levi, Esq., of Warren, and Ann Haile, of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 4 1824 

James and Eliza Frink, both of and at War- 
ren. Gazette of June 4, 1825 
HAINES Pasco and Mary M. Billings, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Dec. 31, 1820 

HAIR Lavinia and Jonathan Marsh, of this town, 

in North Carolina. Gazette of July 20, 1793 

HALE Ruth, of Rowley, Mass., and Rev. 
Thomas Williams, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, May 20, 1812 

Ednah and George W. Baker, in this town. 
Gazette of Oct. 8, 1814 

Stephen and Hannah Potter, at Plainfield. 
Gazette of Jan. 21, 1815 

Jane and Albert Pabodie, both of this town, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, Sept. 4, 181 8 

Mary and Daniel T. Goodhue, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of and at this town, Dec. 28, 1819 

William H. and Mary B. Cooke, daughter of 
Thomas, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Feb. i, 1820 

William, of Swanzey, and Clarissa Bowen, of 
Seekonk, at said Swanzey, by Elder Benja- 
min Taylor, Sept. 13, 1820 

Thomas and Hannah Braley, both of and at 
Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 8, 1 82 1 

Benjamin and Ruana Lacey, both of Paw- 
tucket, at the Chocolate Mills, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, Jan. 19, 1823 

Sophia and George A. Goff, both of and at 

Rehoboth. Gazette of Oct. i, 1823 

HALEY Hannah and Leonard Hathaway, Esq., 
both of Wellington, Mass., in this town. 
Gazette of Oct. i, 1814 

HALL Levi and Sally Hunt, dau. of Benjamin, 

dec, at Providence, Nov. 18, 1770 

William and Freelove Franklin. Gazette of March 7, 1772 

Abigail and Thomas Pitman, at Newport. 
Gazette of May 10, 1788 

Dickson, of Voluntown, and Sally Randall, 
daughter of Benjamin, of this town. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 26, 1789 

Sally and Thomas Cooke. Gazette of June 8, 1793 



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HALL Peleg, of Peronal, Vermont, and Sally 
Learned, youngest daughter of the late 
Dea. Ebenezer, at Killingly, Ct. Gazette 

of 

Levi and Betsey Godfrey, daughter of Capt. 
Samuel, in this town. Gazette of 

Joseph, aged 96 years, and Patience Gulick,_ 
aged 60 years, at South Amboy, N. ]., 

Abby, daughter of Col. Levi, of this town, 
and Josiah Keene, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Ann, daughter of the late Col. Levi, and 
Charles Holden, Jr., in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes. Gazette of 

Ruth and John Brewer, bookseller, both of 
and at this town, 

James S. and Eleanor Snow, by 'Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, all of and at this town, 

Susan, of this town, and George Marsh, of 
Seekonk, at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Anna and Hosea Jenckes, both of Smith- 
field, at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, 

Mary and John Booth, both of and at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. Gazette of 

Jonathan P., Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., and 
Harriet DeWolfe, daughter of Hon. James, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Nathan, printer, and Eliza A. Billings, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Perley and Sarah S. Smart, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Nancy, of Attleboro, and Marcus Williams, 
of Mansfield, at said Attleboro. Gazette 
of 

Robert, of Boston, and Sophia Allen, of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Leonora, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of 
Sparta, Ala., and Col. Charles O. Foster, 
formerly of this town, at said Sparta. Ga- 
zette of 
Milton and Julia Collins, daughter of John 

A., Esq., at Newport. Gazette of 
Maria and George Eddy, at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 
Milton and Rosannah Pitman, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

John Peirce and Ann Eliza Thompson, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ardelia and Zadock Baker, both of and at 
Taunton. Gazette of 



Nov. 7, 179s 

April IS, 1797 

May IS, 1 801 

Feb. 9, 1808 

Dec. 22, 1810 
Jan. 23, 1820 
May 2S, 1820 
June 10, 1 82 1 

Sept. 30, 1 82 1 
Dec. 29, 1 82 1 

Oct. II, 1822 

March 30, 1823 

Aug. 27, 1823 

Nov. 22, 1823 
April 25, 1824 

June S, 1824 
June 12, 1824 
Sept. 2S, 1824 
Nov. 20, 1824 
Dec. 26, 1824 
Feb. 26, i82S 



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HALL Ruth and Chauncey W. Saunders, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Sally B., of Salem, Mass., and Rev. George 
Dana Boardman, of North Yarmouth, Me., 
at said Salem; they are about to sail for 
India as Baptist Missionaries. Gazette of 
Mary and Augustus S. Dawley, at Slaters- 
ville. Gazette of 

HALLADAY Sally and Dr. Samuel Schfield, 
at New York. Gazette of 

HALLETT Daniel, of Yarmouth, and Caroline 
B. Swift, of this town, at Yarmouth, by 
Rev. Mr. Alden, 
Christina, of Barnstable, Mass., and Rev. 
Daniel Chessman, Pastor of Baptist 
Church, at Warren, at Barnstable, Mass., 
by Rev. Mr. Coombes. Gazette of 
Benjamin Franklin, Esq., attorney at law, 
and Laura Lamed, second daughter of 
William, Esq., both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

HALLIDAY Isabella and Cornelius Sullivan, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at this town, 

HALLOWELL Capt. George and Martha 
Whipple, daughter of Col. Simon, at Cum- 
berland. Gazette of 

HALSEY Thomas Lloyd, merchant, and Polly 
Smith, daughter of Capt. Simon, 
Frances Maria, daughter of Thomas Lloyd 
Halsey, Esq., and George Warren Cross, 
Esq., of Charleston, S. C, in this town, at - 
St. John's Church, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
Harriet, daughter of Thomas Lloyd Halsey, 
Esq., and John Orde Creighton, U. S. 
Navy, in this town, at St. John's Church, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

HAMER Joseph and Sabra Clarke, both of and 
at Pawtucket, hy Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

HAMILTON Mrs. Charlotte and John Taylor 
Gilman, Governor of New Hampshire, at 
Exeter, N. H. Gazette of 
Henry and Maria Pierce, both of and at War- 
wick. Gazette of 
Mrs. Ruena and Anson Hathaway, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

HAMLIN William and Eliza Bowen, daughter 
of Isaac, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Samuel E. and Mrs. Nancy Bolster, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

HAMM Benjamin and Betsey Woodward. Ga- 
zette of 



March i6, 1825 

July 6, 1825 

July 16, 1825 

Aug. 17, 1 80s 

July 20, 181 7 

April II, 1818 

June 25, 1822 
Nov. 27, 1 8 17 

Jan. 18, 1794 
Sept. 21, 1788 

Oct. 19, 1812 

March 5, 1815 
Aug. 3, 1820 

Jan. 7, 181S 

June s, 1822 

April II, 1825 

April 2, 1 8 10 

April 28, 181 7 

Dec. 21, 1799 



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HAMM Catharine and Samuel Stow, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Nov. 17, 181 1 

Mary Ann, daughter of Benjamin, and John 
G. Child, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Nov. 12, 1820 

Mrs. Deborah, of this town, and Uriel Bbwen, 
of Attleboro, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Ludlow, Aug. I, 1824 

HAMMEKEN George, Esq., Danish Consul for 
the Eastern States, and Eliza Ogden, 
daughter of the late Lewis, at New York. 
Gazette of June 15, 1805 

HAMMETT Sarah, daughter of Nathan, and 

Isaac Gould, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 29, 1810 

Capt. Charles E. and Elizabeth W. Daven- 
port, daughter of Capt. Charles, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock, June 21, 18 18 

Alexander R., of Coventry, and Eunice Led- 
yard, of and at Warwick, Feb. 27, 1 820 

HAMMOND George, Esq., the British Am- 
bassador to the United Stajtes, and Miss 

Allen, daughter of Andrew, Esq., 

at Philadelphia, by the Rev. Dr. White. 

Gazette of June i, 1793 

Sally, of this town, and John Truman, of 

New London. Gazette of Jan. 25, 1794 

Jane, aged 16 years, and Alexander Mitchell, 
Esq., aged 109 years, at Richmond, Va. 
Gazette of Jan. 13, 1798 

James and Mrs. Mary Harper. Gazette of Nov. 12, 1803 

Charles, Esq., attorney at law, Ohio, and 
Sally Tillinghast, youngest daughter of 
Nicholas, Esq., late of Newport, at Vir- 
ginia. Gazette of ■ ' Dec. 3, 1803 

James, of Newport, merchant, and Phebe 

Palmer, at Stonington. Gazette of June 30, 1804 

Mary and Christopher Rhodes, both of New- 
port, at Stonington. Gazette of Nov. 24, 1804 

George W. and Mary Pitcher, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 31, 1807 

William and Sarah Cooper, daughter of 
Capt. David, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Hill. Gazette of May 30, 1807 

Mary, only daughter of James, and Salmon 

Rugg, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 24, 18 10 

•Capt. Joseph, of Glocester, and Freelove 

Smith, daughter of Esek, of and at Foster, Oct. 28, 1810 

Capt. John P. and Elizabeth L. Thurston, 
daughter of the late Capt. Samuel, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Tenney. Gazette of Nov. 10, 1810 



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HAMMOND Cynthia, only daughter of the late 
Capt. Joshua, and Capt. Robert Williams, 
all of Newport. Gazette of 

Ann H . and Daniel Allen, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Jonathan, of Glocester, and Esther Tourtellot, 
daughter of Roger, of and at Foster, by 
William Potter, Esq., 

Pardon T., of North Kingstown, and Roby 
H. Stanton, daughter of Daniel, of and at 
South Kingstown. Gazette of 

Ann R., daughter of James, of Newport, and 
Charles R. Phelps, of and at Stonington, 
by Rev. Mr. Hart, 

Col. Reuben and Abby Aylesworth, daugh- 
ter of John, at Foster. Gazette of 
HAMOCK Sarah, daughter of Capt. John, dec, 
merchant, and Daniel Leonard, Esq., of 
Taunton, by the Rev. Mr. Walter, 
HANDCOCK Mrs. , widow of the Gov- 
ernor, and James Scott, Esq., at Boston. 
Gazette of 

Sarah and Samuel Bloss, Jr., at Wrentham, 
by Rev. William Williams. Gazette of 
HAND LEY John D. and Ann L Clarke, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HANDY Capt. Charles, Jr.. and Rebecca Red- 
wood Clarke, daughter of Joseph, Esq. 
Gazette of 

John, Esq., of Newport, and Frances Stewart, 
at New London. Gazette of 

Merebee, eldest daughter of Major John, and 
Capt. Frederick William Callahan, of 
Boston, at Newport. Gazette of 

Dr. William, of Newport, and Abby Salton- 
stall, daughter of Rbswell, merchant, at 
New London. Gazette of 

Pardon, of Bristol, and Ardelia Greene, of 
East Greenwich, by Samuel Brown, Esq., 

Luther and Christiana Munro, both of War- 
ren, at Bristol, by James Sisson, Esq., 

Asa, of this town, and Roby Smith, of Smith- 
field, by Abel Allen, Esq., in this town, 

Eleanor, daughter of the late Job, of Ux- 
bridge, and John Baker, of Scituate, at 
said Uxbridge, 
HANLEY Capt. Matthew and Lydia Pettes, at 

North Kingstown. Gazette of 
HANSCUM Isaac, 48, and Eliza Corey, 16, at 
Machias, Me. Gazette of 



Aug. 26, 1815 
Nov. 4, 1816 

Sept. 7, 1820 

March 8, 1823 

July 28, 1824 
April 30, 1825 

March 4, 1770 

Aug. 6, 1796 
Dec. 12, 1807 
Nov. 17, 181 1 

March 18, 1780 
June II, 1796 

Sept. 27, 1797 

July 6, 1799 

Jan. 31, 1811 

May 24, 1816 

April 22, 1820 

Oct. 7, 1 82 1 

Oct. 4, 1794 

May 16, 1 82 1 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HARDENBURG John C. and Mary Colwell, 

daughter of John, Esq., of Burrillville, by 

Rev. Mr. Preston. Gazette of Oct. 9, 1819 

HARDING Mrs. Elizabeth and Henry Bower. 

Gazette of May 8, 1779 

Dr. and Nancy Wheaton, daughter of 

Comfort. Gazette of Feb. 12, 1780 

Esther, daughter of the late Thomas, and 

Nathan Anggll, merchant. Gazette of Jan. 26, 1782 

Hezekiah and Sally Seamans, daughter of 

Martin, Esq. Gazette of Sept. 28, 1799 

Mary, daughter of Walker, and Lemuel Field, 

Jr., by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of this town, June 20, 181 1 

Eliza, (daughter of Walker, of Providenpe, 

and Edmund B. Winterbottom, of and at 

Norfolk, Va., July 20, 181 1 

Hezekiah and Sally Harding, daughter of 

Walker, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker. Gazette of Dec. 11, 1813 

Sally, daughter of Walker, and Hezekiah 

Harding, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker. Gazette of Dec. 11, 1 813 

Lebbins L. and Sarah B. Anthony, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 26, 1817 

Eddy, of I3arrington, and Nancy Walker 

Hutchinson, of this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, June 5, 1817 

Albert E. and Cornelia Ellery, daughter of 

Hon. Christopher, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

all of and at this town, Nov. 26, 1819 

Mary Ann, second daughter of Richard, of 

this town, and John Hartshorn, of Boston, 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Feb. 26, 1822 

Martha and Joseph Lindsey, both of and at 

Bristol. Gazette of Feb. 18, 1824 

Harriet, of Mansfield, and Willard Richards, 

of Attleboro, at said Mansfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Briggs, July 7, 1825 

HARDY Sir Thomas M., Bart., and Louisa Emily 

Berkeley, eldest daughter of Hon. Vice 

Admiral Berkeley, at Halifax. Gazette of Dec. 26, 1807 
HARE Robert, Esq., of Philadelphia, and Har- 
riet Clarke, youngest daughter of Hon. 

John Innes Clarke, deceased, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Sept. 8, 181 1 

HARGOOD John Carter, printer, and Abby 

Wheaton Merry, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 10, 1822 

HARKER Samuel, editor of "Delaware Ga- 
zette,'' and Hannah Brown, daughter of 

the late Sylvanus, of Little Compton, at 

Wilmington, Del, May 21, 1822 



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121 



HARM AN Jacob, of Philadelphia, merchant, 

and Sally Stephens, of Newport. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 24, 1772 
HARKNESS Elizabeth, daughter of George, of 

Newport, and Gardiner Tisdale, of Wick- 
ford, at said Newport. Gazette of Feb. 7, 1824 
HARPER Mrs. Mary and James Hammond. 

Gazette of Nov. 12, 1803 

HARRADON John, Jr., and Nancy J. Peck, 

eldest daughter of Isaac, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 25, 181 1 

HARRINGTON Phebe and John R. Bradford, 

at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Nov. 15, 1814 

Charles C., of Newport, and Maria Hudson, 

daughter of Capt. Thomas, of this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1820 

Huldah and Charles Bennett, both of and at 

Foster, by Daniel Preston, Esq., Sept. 14, 1820 

James J., of this town, and Eliza Sherman, 

formerly of New Bedford, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Mace, Aug. 25, 1822 

Amelia and Richard M. Snow, both of and 

at this town. Gazette of July 16, 1823 

HARRIS Ruth, of Johnston, and Job Smith, of 

Providence, merchant. Gazette of March 9, 1765 

Hannah, daughter of Henry, of Johnston, 

and Dr. Benjamin Slack, of Glocester, - March 4. 1767 

Sally, of Johnston, and Capt. John Hopkins, Oct. 8, 1768 

Sally, of Providence, and Dr. Otis, of 

Taunton, Oct. 22, 1769 

Hope, daughter of the late Henry, and Capt. 

William Wall. Gazette of Nov. 9, if 71 

Miss Susannah, daughter ot Henry, deceased, 

and Capt. Joseph Cooke. Gazette of Dec. 26, 1772 

Stephen and Hannah Mawney, daughter of 

John, Esq., dec. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1775 

Waite, of Cranston, and Col. Christopher 

Lippitt. Gazette of April $, 1777 

Martha, daughter of David, Esq., and John 

Hineley, of Leicester, merchant, at Smith- 
field. Gazette of April 22, 1786 
George, of Smithfield, and Ruth Borden, 

daughter of Richard, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Tiverton. Gazette of Dec. i, 1787 

Amey, daughter of David, Esq., of Smith- 
field, and Caleb Greene, of Bedford, at 

Friends' Meeting House, in this town. 

Gazette of May 28, 1791 

Stephen and Abigail Gushing, daughter of 

Benjamin. Gazette of Aug. 4, 1792 



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HARRIS Cyrus and Abby Fiske, daughter of 
Caleb, Esq., at Scituate. Gazette of 

Harding, Esq., of Johnston, and Abigail 
Smith, daughter of John, of this town, by 
the Rev. Mr. Usher, 

Tabitha, daughter of John, Esq., and Capt. 
Richard Rhodes, at Scituate. Gazette of 

Mrs. Sarah and I. R Hart; her age 42, and 
his 19 years; she had buried three hus- 
bands, the second of -whom was his uncle. 
Gazette of 

Sarah and Richard Fenner, at Cranston. 
Gazette of 

Asahel and Adah Mo wry, daughter of Abel, 
at Scituate. Gazette of 

John and Amey Wilkinson, only daughter of 
John, Esq., at Scituate. Gazette of 

Clementina, eldest daughter of John, late of 
Cranston, and Christopher Arnold, at Pom- 
fret, 

Mary, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and Daniel 
Mathewson, Esq., of Johnston, at Scituate, 

William, of Smithfield, and Sally Greene, 
daughter of Timothy, of Pawtucket, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield, 

Farnum and Olive Mowry, eldest daughter 
of William, Esq., at Smithfield, 

Rebecca, daughter of John, and John C. 
Greene, at Johnston, by Elder Place, 

Martha, daughter of Amaziah, Esq., and 
Benjamin Greene, at Burrillville, by Rev. 
Mr. Eldredge, 

Mrs. Abby, eldest daughter of Dr. Caleb 
Fiske, of Scituate, and Caleb Williams, of 
Providence, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Joel, of Cc5nnecticut, and Frances Thornton, 
of Johnston, by William Waterman, Esq., 
■at Cranston, 

George A. and Sophia Walker, at Scituate. 
Gazette of 

Rebecca A., of Scituate, and William Fenner, 
of Foster, at Scituate. Gazette of 

Emor and Sally Sweet, youngest daughter of 
Philip, of and at Smithfield, 

John S., merchant, and Polly C. Coleman, in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Roxalana, daughter of Oliver, and Whipple 
Peck, all of Cumberland, by Benjamin 
Wilkinson, Esq., 



July 30, 1796 

Aug. 14, 1796 
Dec. I, 1798 

Dec. II, 1802 
April 2, 1803 
Oct. 27, 1804 
June 22, 1805 

Jan. 12, 1806 
June 2, 1 807 

Jan. 4, 1809 

March 12, 1809 

Sept. 13, 1810 

June 9, 181 1 

Aug. s, 181 1 

Jan. 2, 1812 

Jan. 23, 1813 

Jan. 23, 1813 

Feb. 20, 1815 

June 25, 1815 

Nov. 19, 181 S 



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123 



HARRIS Marcy Ann, daughter of Stephen, 

Esq., of Scituate, and John W. Smith, of 

Glocester, at said Scituate, 
Susan, of Cranston, daughter of the late 

Andrew, Esq., and William C. Manchester, 

Esq., of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, 
Edwin H., of this town, and Mary C. Dexter, 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, 
Solomon, of Brookline, Ct.,and Eliza Tillirig- 

hast Holdooff, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Stephen and Avis Sayles, eldest daughter of 

Elisha, both of and at. Burrillville, 
Anna and Amasa Fuller, both of Attleboro, 

Mass., in this town, 
Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Joseph, of 

Cranston, and Capt. Earle Carpenter, of 

this town, at said Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Curtis, 
Benjamin C, of this town, and Eliza Greene, 

daughter of Timothy, of North Providence, 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Phebe, of Scituate, daughter of the late Dr. 

Harding, of Johnston, and John S. Fenner, 

of Foster, at said Johnston. Gazette of 
Sarah O., daughter of the late Stephen, Esq., 

of this town, and Samuel Greene, Esq., of 

North Providence, at St. John's Church, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Dr. Stephen, of Warwick, and Maria Manton, 

daughter of the late Col. Edward, of and 

at Johnston, 
Amey W., daughter of Charles, and Major 

Jeremiah Potter, both of and at Scituate. 

Gazette of 
Samuel, of Smithfield, and Amey Wilkinson, 

daughter of Abraham, at Pawtucket. Ga- 
zette of 
Eliza A. and John Burr, 2d, both of this 

town, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 

Gazette of 
Aldice and Mary Winsor, daughter of Au- 
gustus, both of and at Scituate. Gazette 

of 
Hannah, daughter of Joseph, of Cranston, 

and Dr. Leander Utley, of this town, at 

said Cranston. Gazette of 
William W. and Eliza G. Fuller, daughter of 

the late Capt. Joseph, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 



March 13, 1817 

May 31, 1818 
June 15, 1818 

March 18, 1819 

July 6, 1820 

Aug. 26, 1820 

Oct. 26, 1820 

April 16, 1 82 1 

Oct. 31, 1821 

Sept. 10, 1822 

Oct. 13, 1822 

Oct. 26, 1822 

June ri, 1823 

Aug. 2, 1823 

April 21, 1824 

May 8, 1824 

Oct. 31, 1824 



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HARRIS Naoma, youngest daughter of Jona- 
than, of Smithfield, and Stephen Brown, 
of this town, at said Smithfield, Feb. 20, 1825 

HARRISON Dr. Joseph, of the Continental 
Navy, and Rebecca Paget, daughter of the 
late Henry, Esq., Gazette of June 8, 1776 

Mrs. Rebecca, widow of Dr. Joseph, and 
John Hewitt. Gazette of Feb. 4, 1786 

George and Sophia Francis, daughter of 
Tench, at Philadelphia. Gazette of March 3, 1792 

Ann and Thomas Greene, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Littlefield, May 28, 1815 

Sarah, of Darien, Geo., and Isaac Snow, 
formerly of this town, at said Darien. Ga- 
zette of Feb. IS, 1823 
HART I. P., aged 19 years, and Mrs. Sarah 
Harrfs, aged 42 years, who had buried 
three husbands, the second of whom was 
his uncle. Gazette of Dec. 11, 1802 

Prudence Clarke and Noadiah Morris, Esq., 
at Boston. Gazette of Sept. 26, 1807 

Ann, of Boston, and John Bacon, of New- 
port, merchant, at Boston. Gazette of Oct. 12, 181 1 

Ann; daughter of Elisha, Esq., of Saybrook, 
and Isaac Hull, Esq., U. S. Navy, at 
Bloomingdale, in St. Michael's Church, by 
Rev. Mr. Jarvis. Gazette of Jan. 9, 1813 

Nicholas and Penelope Bowen, at Cranston. 
Gazette of Oct. 30, 1822 

Simon and Mary C. Carr, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 4, 1823 

Elizabeth L., daughter of Elisha, Esq., of 
Saybrook, Ct., and sister of Mrs. Commo- 
dore Hull, and Hon. Heman Allen, of 
Vermont, lately appointed minister to 
Chili, at New Haven. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1823 

HARTFORD Samuel and Mrs. Polly Knowl- 

ton, at New London, N. H. Gazette of March 5, 1823 

HARTSHORN Jacob and Lucy Larsher, daugh- 
ter of Capt. John. Gazette of Jan. 29, 1785 

Hannah, daughter of Stephen, and William 
Sheldon, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 14, 1786 

Charles and Mrs. Mary Smith, daughter of 
the late Andrew Waterman, of Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 20, 1807 

Hannah, daughter of Lawrence, Esq., and 
Rev. Charles Incliss, at Halifax. Gazette 
of Feb. I, 1812 



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125 



HARTSHORN Lucy, of Kingsborough, N. Y., 

and John Larchar, of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, April 17, 18 14 

Sylvanus and Deidania Allen, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 23, 1815 

Hannah, daughter of Jacob, of Johnston, 

N. Y., and Othniel Gorton, of this town, 

at said Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Almy. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 14, 1 8 19 
Sylvester, of this town, and Amey Water- 
man, eldest daughter of Thomas, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. White. Gazette of Dec. 18, 1820 
John, of Boston, and Mary Ann Harding, 

second daughter of Richard, of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, I'^eb. 26, 1822 

Lucretia and Howe Grosvenor, at Pomfret, 

Ct. Gazette of Feb. 7, 1824 

HARTWELL Jesse, Jr., of New Marlborough, 

Mass., and Maria Thayer, of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Sharp, of Boston, Sept. 19, 18 19 

Rev. Jesse, of Sumpterville, S. C, formerly 

of this town, and Margaret F. Brodie, of » 

and at Charlestown, S. C. Gazette of June 2, 1824 

HARVEY Amos B., printer, and Mary B. 

Bates, at Newport. Gazette of May 3, 1806 

Mrs. Elizabeth, aged 65 years, and Benjamin 

Lincoln, aged 75 years, at Taunton, Mass. 

Gazette of July 9, 1814 

Preston, of Taunton, and Silence Eddy, of 

and at Rehoboth, Dec. 24, 1819 

Elizabeth, of Taunton, and Thomas Burt, of 

Rehoboth, at said Rehoboth. G^ette of Nov. 28, 182 1 

Ann and John Barney, at Taunton. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 10, 1824 
HARWOOD John, printer, and Nancy Eames, 

both of this town. Gazettte of July 20, 1799 

Mrs. A , sausageraaker, and W 

Gibson, Town Crier ; this being his fourth 

wife and her second husband; her first 

husband was the smallest man in the 

town, and her present, the largest; their 

united ages is just 150 years; in England. 

Gazette of - Nov. 22, 1 806 

Peggy and John Marven, both of Newport, 

in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 2, 1807 

John, Jr., printer, and Elizabeth Evans, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 12, 1807 

Abigail, daughter of John, Jr., and Franklin 

Cooley, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of this 

town, Nov. 2, 1809 



12Q VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

HARWOOD Mary and Capt. George Walden, 

both of Newport, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 30, 1813 

Eliza, daughter of Edward, and Joseph 

West, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Sept. 27, 1815 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Edward, and 

William Chace, both of and at this own, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Oct. 4, 18 17 

HASKELL Edward, formerly of Newburyport, 

and Elizabeth Turner, 2d, daughter of 

Capt. Thomas, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. i, 1807 

Dea. Solomon, aged 83 years, and Mrs. 

: Quimby, aged 76 years, at Falmouth. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 7, 1807 
Sally F., daughter of the late Comfort, 

of Cumberland, and George Mason, 2d, 

at said Cumberland. Gazette of Jan. i, 1823 

HASLETT Rebecca, eldest daughter of Dr. 

Haslett, and Sylvanus Bourne, Esq., Con- 
sul General of the Uuited States to the 

Bavarian Republic, at Baltimore. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 4, 1797 
HASTINGS Mary Ann, daughter of Nathan, 

of this town, and Joseph Stacy Sampson, 

of Boston, at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 8, 1824 
HATCH John C, of Middletown, Ct., and Eliza 

A. Brown, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, Sept. 20, 18 19 

William and Elizabeth L. Howland, daughter 

of John, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Wight, all of 

and at Bristol, Feb. 27, 1820 

Joseph, M. D., and Cynthia Kent, both of 

and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall. Ga- 
zette . Dec. 24, 1823 
Fanny, daughter of Col. Israel, of Attleboro, 

and Washington Peirce, of Weston, Mass., 

at said Attleboro, by Rev. jVIr. Hall, Jan. 21, 1824 

Mrs. Sarah B., of Hanson, Mass., and Win- 
slow Sturtevant, of Pembroke, Mass, at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 30, 1825 

HATHAWAY Lydia, daughter of the late John, 

of Middletown, and Thomas Browning, of 

Dartmouth, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Newport. Gazette of April 23, 1803 

Abraham and Susan Gorman, at Bristol. 

Gazettte of Nov. 28, 1807 

Jane, daughter of Abner, and Thomas Shaw, 

all of Newport, at Bristol, Aug. i, 1814 

Leonard, Esq., and Hannah Haley, both of 

Wellingt9n, Mass., in this town. Gazette 

0^ Oct. I, 1814 



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127 



HATHAWAY Eliza and Peter Place, in this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Joseph, of Boston, merchant, and Harriet 

Taylor, daughter of the late Capt. Gusta- 

vus, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Thomas and Ann Eliza Barston, eldest 

daughter of Elias, both of and at this town. 

Gazette of 
Mary Ann, daughter of the late Zephaniah, 

of Newport, and Welcome Ide, of this 

town, at this town. Gazette of 
Betsey, of Freetown, and George Pearce, of 

Berkeley, at said Freetown, 
Noah P. and Ann Paine, both of Freetown, 

at Newport. Gazette of 
Abby F. and Bertram R. Parker, both of and 

at this town, 
Cynthia and Jonathan Pike, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Mary and Andrew Horton, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
Anson and Mrs. Ruena Hamilton, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
HATTON Henry, supercargo, of the Brig 

Henry, and Mary Campbell, lately from 

Europe, at St. John's, N. B. Gazette of 
George and Mary Wheeler, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
HATTRICK Mary Crawford, daughter of Peleg, 

Esq., and Rev. Joseph Hurlbet, of Albany, 

in New York. Gazette of 
HAUGHTON Evelina and Joseph Gay Metcalf, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, 
HAVENS Polly, of Shelter Island, and Hon. 

Ezra La Homedien, at Southold, L. I. 

Gazette of 
Joseph F., of North Kingstown, and Mary 

Lewis, of Jamestown, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
HAVILAND Charity, of Flushing, L. I., and 

Hon. Robert Savage, Esq., late of Eng- 
land, at New York, by Rev. Mr. Parkinson, 
HAWES William, of Wrentham, and Eunice 

Daggett, of Attleboro. Gazette of 
Joseph and Sally Hopkins, daughter of the 

late Samuel, in this town. Gazette of 
Abigail, of Franklin, Mass., and Peletiah 

Metcalf, of Smithfield, at said Franklin. 

Gazette of 



Dec. 17, 1816 

June 25, 1818 

Jan. 2, 1822 

Jan. 3, 1824 
April 18, 1824 
April 28, 1824 
May 6, 1824 
Dec. 9, 1824 
March 2, 1825 
April II, 1825 

Oct. 3, 1 82 1 
May 5, 1822 

June 23, 1824 

Oct. 23, 1820 

July 2, 1803 

Jan. 13, 1821 

Dec. I, 1810 

Nov. 9, 1793 

March 28, 1801 

June 19, 1820 



128 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HA WES Mrs. Olive and Napoleon Bonaparte 

Bates, both of and at Smithfield, Oct. 5, 1823 

Daniel B., of this town, and Sabra J. Bar- 
rows, of North Providence, in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 6, 1823 

Betsey and Ebenezer Crocker, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 22, 1821; 

HAWKES Betsey and Rev. Robert Yallaley, at 

Scituate. Gazette of Sept. 23, 1797 

Alpheus, of this town, and Abigail Smith, of 
Smithfield, daughter of John, in this town. 
Gazette of Nov. 23, 1822 

HAWKINS Phebe and Melzer Packard. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 3, 1772 

Mehitable, daughter of Dr. Job, and Major 
Thomas Fosdick. Gazette of Jan. 24, 1781 

Rufus and Abigail Eddy, daughter of Esek, 

of this town. Gazette of Feb. 25, 1792 

Mary, daughter of Joseph, of North Provi- 
dence, and Elhana Martin, merchant, of 
Troy, N. Y. Gazette of Aug. 29, 1795 

Sally, daughter of the late Edward, and 

James Sinkins. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1796 

Eliza, daughter of the late Edward, and 
Joseph Simmons, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Gazette of Dec. 26, 1801 

Sally, daughter of the late Abraham, and 
Thomas Wood, at North Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 27, 1803 

Henry, of North Providence, and Mary Ar- 
nold, daughter of Capt. Alfred, by the 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Nov. 10, 1804 

Samuel, of Cranston, and Alice Anthony, of 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 13, 181 1 

Joseph B. and Harriet Angell, daughter of 

Benjamin, of and at North Providence, July 3, 1814 

Hope, of Johnston, and Joseph S. Angell, of 
this town, at said Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Sprague. Gazette of Oct. 4,. 1817 

Stephen, Jr., of Glocester, and Abby S, 
Walden, daughter of Capt. George, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, April 9, 1819 

Rachal, daughter of Capt. William, Jr., and 
Cyrus Tinckom, both of and at Glocester. 
Gazette of June 19, 1819 

Mrs. Pamelia and Thomas Angell, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of and at this town, Oct. 6, 1 8 19 

Mary, daughter of Darius, and Viall Frank- 
lin, by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at Cum- 
berland, Feb. 23, 1820 



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129 



HAWKINS Sarah, of North Providence, and 
Maturin Ballou, 2d, of Smithfield, at said 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Ezekiel B., of this town, and Eliza Cranston, 
of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Almira F., of this town, and Otis Holmes, of 
Sharon, Mass., at North Providence. Ga- 
zette of 

Alpheus, of Johnson, and Celia A. Rhodes, 
daughter of Richard, of and at Scituate, 
by Rev. ~Mr. Knight, 
HAWLEY Betsey and Reuben R. Mallory, at 
Danbury, Ct. Gazette of 

Samuel and Betsey Smith, at Ridgefield, Ct. 
Gazette of 

Emily Ann and Richard E. Eddy, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HAYDEN Jonathan, aged 76, and Miss Joanna 
Packard, aged 70, after a courtship of three 
days, at Bridgewater. Gazette of 

HAYES Miss , daughter of Moses M., 

and Samuel Meyers, Esq., of Petersburg, 
Va., merchant, at Boston. Gazette of 

M. M., of Petersburg, Va., merchant, and 
Sally Hayes, daughter of Moses M. Ga- 
zette of 

Sally, daughter of Moses M., and M. M. 
Hayes, of Petersburg, Va. Gazette of 

Gunilda, late of Ontario Co., N. Y., and 
Capt. Daniel Howland, formerly of this 
state, at St. Charles, Missouri. Gazette of 

Thomas, of Philadelphia, and Susan Parker 
Bainbridge, daughter of the Commodore, 
at Charlestown, Mass. Gazette of 
HAYFORD Abigail, daughter of Daniel, and 
Joseph Bradford, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Gardiner, of this town, and Ann Goodwin 
Williamson, daughter of Benjamin, at 
Charleston, S. C. Gazette of 

Eliza and Joseph W. Dexter, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Ruth W., eldest daughter of Capt. Daniel, of 
this town, and Nathaniel G. Helme, of 
North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
HAYLEY Mrs. Mary and Patrick Jeffrey, at 

Boston. Gazette of 
HAYNES Dr. Hiram C. 27, and Mrs. Esther 

Carver, 67, at Ashby, Mass., 
HAYWARD Oliver, Esq., in 78th year, and 
Mrs. Hannah Stephens, at Brookfield, 



Oct. 16, 1820 
March 31, 1822 

July 27, 1822 

June 20, 1825 

Dec. 12, 1818 

Dec. 12, 1818 

Oct. 15, 1823 

Nov. 7, 1807 

Oct. I, 1796 

Oct. I, 1796 
Oct. I, 1796 

Aug. 29, 1 82 1 

March ^o, 1825 
Dec. 23, 1804 

Dec. 12, 1818 
Jan. 14, 1824 

Feb. I, 1825 

June 17, 1786 

March 6, 1823 

April 4, 1765 



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HAYWARD Sally and Seth Cleveland, in this 
town, 

Capt. Abraham, of Boston, and Marietta 
Daggett, daughter of Capt. Elijah, of and 
at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Read, 
HAZARD Hon. George and Jane Tweedy, 
daughter of Dr. John, both of Newport, at 
South Kingstown, 

Patty, daughter of George, and Joseph 
Rogers, merchant. Gazette of 

George and Sarah Scott, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Providence, 

Ebenezer, Postmaster General, and Miss 
Arthur, of that town, at Shrews- 
bury, N. J. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of George, and Nathaniel 
Richmond, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mumford, of Newport, and Eliza Robinson, 
daughter of Christopher, at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of Thomas, merchant, and 
Jacob Barker, of New York, merchant, at 
Friends' Meeting House, New Bedford, 

Nathaniel, Esq., and Sarah C. Fales, daugh- 
ter of Samuel Fales, Esq., of Taunton, at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of Thomas, Jr., and John H, 
Howland, merchant, at Friends' Meeting 
House, New Bedford. Gazette of 

Carder, of Newport, and Sarah Coggeshall, 
of Bristol, at Portsmouth. Gazette of 

Elizabeth B., daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., of 
Philadelphia, and Ebenezer Rockwood, 
Esq., at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

Benjamin, Esq., and Harriet Lyman, daugh- 
ter of Daniel, Esq., at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Anne, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of New 
Bedford, and Philip Hone, of New York, 
at New Bedford. Gazette of- 

Freelove Sophia, daughter of the late George, 
Esq., of Newport, and Peleg Peckham, of 
Middletown. Gazette of 

Thomas Carder, of South Kingstown, and 
Elizabeth Arnold, daughter of Col. 
Thomas, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton. Gazette of 

Jeremiah and Harriet Moore, daughter of 
the late James, at Newport. Gazette of 



May 10, 1801 

May 18, 1814 

July 28, 1769 
April 21, 1781 
March 7, 1782 

Oct. 18, 1783 
Nov. I, 1794 

Feb. 27, 1796 

Aug. 27, 1 801 

March 26, 1803 

Nov. 12, 1803 
April 28, 1804 

Sept. 19, 1807 
Nov. 7, 1807 
Oct. 14, 1809 

Aug. 25, 1810 

Jan. 18, 1812 
Oct. I, 1814 



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131 



HAZARD Joseph Wanton and Mary Potter, 
daughter of the late John, of South Kings- 
town, at Newport. Gazette of 

Sarah, of North Kingstown, and Timothy 
R. Peckham, of Newport, at said North 
Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Hannah R. and John B. Arnold, both of and 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, at Paw- 
tuxet, 

Job G. and Hannah Tabor, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mumford and Sarah Tilley, daughter of 
Abraham, at Newport. Gazette of 

Hannah, daughter of the late George, and 
John T. Newman, at Newport. Gazette of 

Joseph B., of South Kingstown, and Ruha- 
mah L. Champlain, daughter of Nathaniel, 
of and at New Shoreham. Gazette of 

Alice R., daughter of Thomas H., of New- 
port, and Joseph Babcock, of Middletown, 
at said Newport. Gazette of 
HAZELTON John and Mary Burlingame, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HAZLETT William, aged 72 years, and Mrs. 
Rebecca Crawford, aged 36 years, at New 
Castle, Del. Gazette of 
HEACOCK Mrs. Eleanor and Major Thomas 
Maxwell; the Major is in his 8.jd year; he 
served in theBritish Continental and Amer- 
ican Armies nearly 70 years; was at Battle 
of Fighting Island and Bloody Bridge in 
Pontiac's War, and one of the very few that 
escaped that disaster at River Rouge,- near 
Detroit. Gazette of 
HEAD Joseph, merchant, and Betsey Frazier, 

at Boston. Gazette of 
HEALEY Hannah, of Providence, and Ebene- 
zer Abbey, of Wrentham, 

Betsey, of Providence, and Parley E. Howe, 
at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Joseph, of this town, and Phebe Smith, 
daughter of Edward, of Bellingham, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Lucy and Capt. William Farrier, both of 
Providence, 

Abigail, of Lynnfield, and James Gould, of 
Baltimore, merchant, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Moses and Dulcena Chamberlain, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



March 21, 1818 
April s, 1818 

April 30, 1820 
Nov. 5, 1820 

Nov. 14, 1 82 1 
May 18, 1822 

Oct. 22, 1823 

Feb. 25, 1824 
Feb. 23, 1812 

Aug. 20, 1803 



Oct. IS, 1823 
Nov. 6, 1784 
Nov. 9, 1769 
Jan. 10, 179s 

March 16, 1799 
May 20, 181 1 

April 29, 181 5 
Dec. 7, 181 5 



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HEARD Nancy and Jonas A. Reeves, both of 

East Sudbury, Mass., 
HEATH Anna and Robert Morris, in this town. 

Gazette of 
Samuel W. and Mary Woodman, daughter 

of the late Capt. Richard, at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Jeremiah and Rhoda Freeman, daughter of 

Charles, of this town, at Troy, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of 
Wilmarth and Mary Humphrey, daughter of 

John, Esq., both of Barrington, by Rev. 

Mr. Watson, 
Mehitable and Capt. Joseph Smith, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Margaret, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of 

Newport, and Thomas Ash, of London, at 

said Newport. Gazette of 
Nathaniel and Freelove Eager, both of and 

at this town, 
John and Mary Ann Nason, daughter of Na- 
thaniel, at Newport. Gazette of 
HEATON Polly, daughter of Nathaniel, and 

Amasa Cooke, at Wrentham, by Rev. 

William Williams. Gazette of 
David, merchant, and Louisa Hill. Gazette 

of 
Harriet C, of Smithfield, and William An- 

gell, Esq., of North Providence, in this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Park, 
HEELS Miss , and Mr. Nick, in 

Devonshire, Eng. Gazette of 
HEFFERLON Jeremiah and Nancy Morse. 

Gazette of 
Mrs. Nancy and Joseph Tabor, both of this 

town. Gazette of 
HEILEMAN Capt. Julius F., U. S. Army, and 

Harriet B. Auchmuty, daughter of the late 

Robert N., Esq., at Newport. Gazette of 
HEINES Stuteley, merchant, and Elizabeth 

Vaughan, only daughter of the late Capt. 

Joshua, at North Kingstown. Gazette of 
HELME Bernon, merchant, and Elizabeth Olney, 

daughter of the late Col. Christopher, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Robert and Eliza Corp, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Walter C, of Smithfield, and Mary Ann Mer- 
rill, of and at Seekonk. Gazette of 



April 14, 1814 
March 30, 1799 

March 26, 1803 

Oct. 27, 1810 

Sept. 18, 1814 
May 2, 1818 

May 24, 1823 
Nov. 27, 1823 
June 16, 1824 

Jan 20, 1798 
March 29, 1800 

Jan. I, 1822 

Nov. 20, 1802 

March 19, 1796 

June 18, 1803 

May 21, 1814 

Jan. 22, 1803 

Sept. 22, 181 1 
Sept. I, 1819 
Jan. 12, 1825 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES I33 

HELME Nathaniel G., of North Kingstown, 

and Ruth W. Hayford, eldest daughter of 

Capt. Daniel, of this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Feb. i, 1825 

HENDERSON Dr. Thomas, of Virginia, and 

Ann Maria Truxton, daughter of Com. 

Truxton, at Bristol, Penn. Gazette of May 13, 1809 

Louisa, daughter of the late Capt. John, of 

New York, and Capt. Joseph S. Monroe, 

of this town, at Charlestown, S. C, April 28, 1821 

John and Lydia Cooke, both of and at New- 
port. Gazette of Oct. 27, 1821 
Helen and William Kelley, at the Parish of 

Urr, Scotland. She died in 12 hours after 
• the ceremony. Gazette of Aug. 24, 1825 

HENDLEY, John D. and Merebah Austin, both 

of and at this town, bv Rev. Dr. Gano April 13, 1823 

HENDRICK Anna and Jonathan Ballou, both 

of Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Gano, in this 

town. Gazette of Jan. 27, 1816 

Willard, of Waterloo, N. Y., and Philadel- 
phia Aldrich, daughter of Moses, of and 

at Smithfield. Gazette of Sept. 22, 1821 

Benjamin W. and Mrs. Sarah W. Browning, 

both of and at Smithfield. Gazette of Oct. 13, 1824 

Daniel and Phebe C. Brownell, daughter of 

the late William, at Smithfield, July 24, 1825 

Phebe and Luther Crocker, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1824 
, of New York, and Rebecca Lopez, 

at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 10, 1787 

HENRY Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Charles, 

and Rev. Henry Moscrop, of Nansemond 

Co., Va., at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 19, 1789 

John and Mary Arnold, both of this town. 

Gazette of Oct. 12, 1799 

Sally and James Anthony, in this town. Ga- 
zette of April 21, 1804 
Mary and Stuteley Smith, Jr., at Pawtuxet, Dec. 25, i8o8 
William and Maria D. Fiske, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 12, 1814 
Ichabod and Hitty Modock, at Plainfield. 

Gazette of Jan. 21, 181 5 

Abby W. and Thomas Fenner, Jr., both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2, 1817 

John, of this town, and Lydia Rogers, of and 

at Lyme, Ct., Aug. 16, 1820 

Molly, of Cranston, and Asahel H. Vallett, 

of Johnston, at said Cranston. Gazette of Jan. 9, 1822 

Thomas, Jr., of this town, and Eliza Rhodes, 
of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, June 22, 1824 



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HENRY Phebe, of Smithfield, and Caleb Hill, 

of Scituate, at said Smithfield, Jan. i6, 1825 

Mrs. Jane and George L. Barratt, both late 

of the Providence and Boston Theatres, at 

New York. Gazette of July 2, 1825 

HENSHAW Mafy, daughter of John, and Will- 
iam Moulton, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 11, 1806 
John Leverett, merchant, and Ann Maria 

Corey, daughter of the late Capt. Ebene- 

zer. in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 16, 1814 

HERENDEEN Esther, daughter of Richard, of 

Coventry, and James Fenner, at Coventry. 

Gazette of Feb. 14, 1789 

Elisha, aged 83 years, and Mrs. Eleanor 

Lushure, aged 88 years, being his 8th wife; 

at Glocester, by Zebedee Hopkins, Esq. 

Gazette of Nov. 18, 1797 

HERNS Polly and James Walter, both of this 

town. Gazette of June 12, 1784 

HERRESHOFF Charles F., merchant, and Sally 
Brown, second daughter of the Hon. John, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 2, 1801 

HERRICK Betsey and Nathaniel Smith, at 

New London, N. H. Gazette of March S, 1823 

James D. and Mary Young, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1824 

HERRING Mary and John Low, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker. Gazette of July 9, 1814 

HERRINGTON Henry and Esther Mowry, of 

Johnston, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 

Gazette of May 7, 18 14 

HERVEY Ann and Jacob Albertson, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Nov. 15, 1807 

Dr. Eliphalet W., late graduate of B. U., and 

Dorcas Fearing, of and at Warehara, by 

Rev. Mr. Heminway. Gazette of Sept. 17, 1825 

HESSE Darmstadt, the Princess Fredencka 

Louisa of, and Frederick IV, of Prussia, July 14, 1769 

HESSE HOMBOURG Philip Augustus Freder- ^ ^ '^' ' ^ 

ick, the hereditary Prince of, and Princess 

Elizabeth, third daughter of Their Majes- 
ties, at the Queen's Palace, Anril 7 1818 
HESTON Jacob, of Blockley, Penn., and Pa- 

tience Viall, of this town, at Philadelphia, 

by Rev. Dr. Rogers. Gazette of Tan 12 i7QQ 

HETHERINGTON Abel B. and Polly Arming- 

ton, both of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 10, i8og 

Mary and Dr. S. H. Kenyon, both of and at 

this town. Gazette of Feb. S, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



135 



HEWES Dr. Nathaniel and Maria Dyer, daugh- - 
ter of Dr. Benjamin, of and at Windham, 
Ct. Gazette of 

John, proprietor of the Federal Gazette, and 

Rachal T. Ellicott, daughter of Elias, at 

Baltimore, at the Friends' Meeting House, 

Lombard Street, 

HEWITT John and Mrs. Rebecca Harrison, 

widow of Dr. Joseph. Gazette of 
HEYWARD Daniel and Ann Trezavant, daugh- 
ter of Theodore, at Charleston, S. C. Ga- 
zette of 
HICKS Ambrose and Margaret Bowen, at Bar- 
rington. Gazette of 

Capt. David and Rosamond Seamans, daugh- 
ter of Martin, Esq. Gazette of 

Ratcliffe and Elizabeth Randall, daughter of 
Henry, 

Anna and Reuben S. Bennett, both of and 
at Cranston, by Rev. Henry Tatem, 

Alvina and Levi Smith, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake. Gazette of 

John W., of Tiverton, and Lucinda Bliss, 
daughter of Capt. Asa, of and at Reho- 
both. Gazette of 

Sally and C. R Irish, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Oathman, 

Marcelia, second daughter of Richard, and 
William Dexter, Jr., at Scituate. Gazette 
of 

Eliza Young, formerly of this town, and Da- 
rius Sessions, of this town, at Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Frances and Benjamin Allen, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Betsey and Arnold Peck, both of and at Re- 
hoboth, by George W. Peck, Esq., 

Hannah, daughter of Gabriel, Esq., and Capt. 
Joseph Corey, at Tiverton. Gazette of 
HIDDEN William K. and Caroline B. Grant, in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Lucy Ann and Samuel W. Butts, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
HIESKELL Thomas, of Fredericksburg, Va., 
and Frances Badger, daughter of Capt. 
Edmund, at Windham, Ct. Gazette of 
HIGGISON Elizabeth Arnold, and Ira Draper, 
both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, 



Jan. 19, 181 1 

Jan. 15, 1812 
Feb. 4, 1786 

Dec. 7, 1793 

March 14, 1795 

Dec. 21, 1799 

Nov. 16, 1807 

Aug. II, i8i6 

Nov. 7, 1 818 

Oct. 30, 1820 
Feb. 13, 1 82 1 

March 7, 1821 

May 21, 1821 

Sept. 16, 1823 

Jan. 28, 1825 

Sept. 14, 1825 

Oct. 3, 1 82 1 

Oct. 4, 1 82 1 

June 30, 1804 

Oct. 24, 1820 



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HILL Christopher and Polly Stevens. Gazette 
of 
Eunice and Joseph Clarke, in this town, by- 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ann and Hugh Welch, at Farnham, Eng., 
after a courtship of 40 years. The ages 
of this couple with that of the brideman 
and bridesmaid were bridegroom 82, bride 
86, bridesmaid, Miss Betty Grinaway, of 
Farnham, 95, brideman, Mr. Colver, of 
Farnham, 82. Gazette of 
Rebecca, daughter of Caleb, Esq., and Major 
Stephen Bowen, of Coventry, at North 
Kingstown. Gazette of 
Louisa and David Heaton, merchant. Ga- 
zette of 
Holdin, of this town, and Deborah Cary, 
daughter of John, of Coventry. Gazette of 
Fones G. and Patience Robinson, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Mary, second daughter of Christopher, and 
William Riley, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 
Harriet and William Owen Jones, both of 

this town, at Bristol, 
Polly, of Sterling," and James B. Kennedy, of 

this town, at Sterling, Ct., 
Innocent, of Sterling, and Jacob Rood, Jr., of 

Killingly, Ct., at Sterling, 
Martha C. and Cornelius Mahony, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Henry, of Providence, and Charlotte Wether- 
bee, of and at Stow, Mass., "by Rev. Mr. 
Newell. Gazette of 
Jeremiah and Bathsheba Rose, both of New- 
port, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Rebecca M. and George W. Gladding, mer- 
chant, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lieut. and Deborah Wood, at Plam- 

field. Gazette of 
Caleb, of this town, and Hannah Underwood, 
eldest daughter of Samuel, of and at South 
Kingstown, by Elder Palmer. Gazette of 
John, of Millidgeville, Ga., merchant, and 
Jane Hutton, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
Amey, of South Kingstown, and Samuel 

Proud, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Freelove P., daughter of Samuel, and John 
Parker, at. Smithfield. Gazette of 



Dec. 22, 1787 
Dec. 17, 1798 



Dec. 22, 1798 

Jan. 4, 1800 

March 29, 1800 

May 19, 1804 

Dec. 10, 1807 

■ May 28, 1809 

Nov. 18, 1 8 10 

March i, 1812 

March 4, 1812 

Jan. 26, 1 8 13 

May IS, 1813 
June 16, 1814 
Sept. 20, 1814 

Jan. 21, 1815 

Jan. 6, i8i6 

May 3, 1 8 19 

May 14, 182 1 

Jan. 2, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES I37 

HILL Senaca, formerly of Smithfield, and Ma- 
tilda Palmer, of and at Danby, Vt., July 4, 1822 

Mary, only daughter of the late Capt. John, 

and Gottlieb Granpuer, Esq., all of Boston, Oct. 2, 1822 

Mary Ball, widow of Hon. Arthur, of Savan- 
nah, Ga., and Thomas B. Mitchell, form- 
erly of this town, at Dameron Place, Miss., March 9, 1823 

Henry C. and Hannah Card, both of and at 
this town. Gazette of April 26, 1823 

Nathan, Jr., and Mary Ann Maguire, both of 
North Kingstown, at Wickford, by Rev. 
Mr. Ormsbee, Nov. 13, 1823 

Charles, of Sherburne, and Nancy Jines, 

daughter of Capt. S , of and at Med- 

way, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Bailey, July 11, 1824 

Caleb, of Scituate, and Phebe Henry, of and 
at Smithfield, Jan. 16, 1825 

Tamzin, of Seekonk, and Lemuel Ingraham, 
of Attleboro, at St. Paul's Church, Paw- 
tucket, Sept. 25, 1825 
HINELEY John, of Leicester, merchant, and 
Martha Harris, daughter of David, Esq., at 
Smithfield. Gazette of April 22, 1786 
HINDMAN Lyman, 20, and Jeannette Steavens, 
60, at Perry, N. Y., after a two days' 
courtship. Gazette of June 12, 1819 
HINES Mrs. Harriet, daughter of Cyrus French, 
Esq., and Dr. Peleg Johnson, at South 
Kingstown. Gazette of June 6, 1821 

Stephen P. and Abby P. Reynolds, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1823 

Thomas J., of Norwich, Ct., and Abby D. 

Pierce, of and at Warwick. Gazette of May 22, 1824 

HINGSTON Nicholas, merchant, of Alexandria, 
and Elizabeth Bloomfield, sister of the 
celebrated author of the "Farmer's Boy," 
etc., at Georgetown, Potomac. Gazette of Feb. 8, 1806 

HISCOX Mary Ann, of Newport, and William 
Smith, of Bristol, at said Newport. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 20, 1823 
HITCHCOCK Jonathan P. and Eliza Dennison, 
daughter of Capt. Jonathan, by Rev. Dr. 
Hitchcock. Gazette of Dec. 28, 1799 

Mrs. Eliza, daughter of the late Capt. Den- 
nison, and Gardiner Daggett, Esq., Attor- 
ney at-Law, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Mes- 
ser. May 13, 1810 

Mr. , 74, and Mrs. Hannah Morse, 74, 

at Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of Dec. 3, 1814 



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HITCHCOCK Calvin, Pastor of First Congrega- 
tional Church, and Lydia Stevens, daugh- 
ter of Robert, of 'and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Avis Eliza, daughter of the late Jonathan P., 
and Thomas B. Fenner, Esq., cashier of 
the Eagle Bank, both of and at this town, 
b}[ Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Louisa, of Pawtucket, and Edward F. Miller, 
of this town, at said Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, 
HIVES Thomas J., of Norwich, Ct., and Abby 
D. Pierce, of and at Warwick. Gazette of 
HOAR Betsey, daughter of William, and Wil- 
liam Tripp, at Warren. Gazette of 

George, and Margaret Luther, daughter of 
the late John, of Warren, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Martha and Isaac Hadwen, both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Hardy. Gazette of 

John and Marcy Wilbour Spooner, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Benjamin and Martha Waldron, both of and 
at Bristol. Gazette of 
HOBBS Mrs. Amelia and Ninian Pinckney, sec- 
retary to the Executive of Maryland, in 
Maryland, 
HODGDON Mrs. N. and William Stackpole, 
Jr., Esq., attorney-at-law, at Dedham. Ga- 
zette of 
HODGES Joseph, merchant, and Nelly Cobb, 
daughter of Hon. David, at Taunton. Ga- 
zette of 

Lydia D., daughter of Abijah, and Amasa 
Mason, of this town, merchant, at Taun- 
ton. Gazette of 

William, of Taunton, and Mary Chandler, 
daughter of Joseph. Gazette of 

Isaac, Jr., of Norton, and Fanny Allen, eld- 
est daughter of the late Capt. Noah, of 
Rehoboth, at Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke. 
Gazette of 

Charles, merchant, and Julia Ann Burr, eld- 
est daughter of Ezekiel, Esq., all of this 
town, 

Joseph and Sarah Sabin Godfrey, daughter of 
Capt. Samuel, of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, 

Bradford and Joanna Whipple, daughter of 
William, both of this town, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 



May lo, 1817 

Oct. 2, 1 82 1 

Dec. 8, 1824 

June 9, 1824 

Aug. 29, 1807 

Feb. 7, 1822 

Dec. 7, 1822 

April I, 1823 

Nov. 22, 1824 

May I, 1806 

Jan. 22, 1803 

March 3, 1792 

Dec. I, 1798 
March 5, 1803 

Dec. 10, 1808 

Nov. 12, 1810 

Dec. 6, 1812 

March 16, 1816 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 139 

HODGES Mary, daughter of Isaac, Esq., and 

Sylvanus B. Braman, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, 

all of and at Norton. Gazette of Nov. 7, 1818 

HODGE David, aged 100 years,2 mos., and Eliz- 
abeth Bailey, aged 40 years. The groom 

was St Braddock's defeat and served 

through the War of the Revolution ; in 

Georgia. Gazette of Nov. 27, 1819 

HODGES Rev. Richard M., of Bridgewater, 

Mass., and Eliza Quincy Dennison, daugh- 
ter of General William, of and at Boston, Oct. 29, 1821 
Alexander, of this town, and Julia Ann 

Champlain, of and at Warren, April 10, 1825 

HODGSDON Mrs. Rebecca and Ebenezer Stevens. 

Gazette of Oct. 15, 1774 

HOES Lucius, of Kinderhook, N. Y., and Abi- 
gail Waters, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, June 30, 1808 

HOFFMAN John Ogden and Miss Fenno, 

at New York. Gazette of Aug. 21, 1802 

B. v., Esq., Captain U. S. Navy, and Phebe 

Townsend, daughter of William, Esq., at 

Townsendville, Oyster Bay, L. I., by Rev. 

Mr. Earle, Nov. 29, 1817 

HOGG Patrick and Miss Swiney, in Ire- 
land. Gazette of March 23, 1805 
HOHENZELLERN Prince of, and Antoinette 

Murat, niece of the Grand Duke of Berg, 

at Paris, France. Gazette of June 4, 1808 

HOLBROOK Sally, of Bellingham. and Israel 

Scott, of this town, at Bellingham, Mass. 

Gazette of Oct. 21, 1809 

Cloe, daughter of Moses and Preserved 

Peirce, both of and at Oxford, by Rev. Mr. 

Batchellor, Sept. 9, 1821 

HOLBURTON Susan, daughter of Major 

Thomas, of South Kingstown, and Gen. 

Joseph Stanton, of Charlestown, R. I., at 

former town. Gazette of Oct. 22, 1823 

HOLDEN Capt. Thomas and Sally Low, daugh- 
ter of Col. John, at Warwick. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1796 
Abigail, daughter of Charles, and John 

Greene, in this town. Gazette of Nov. 4, 1797 

Mary, daughter of the late Capt. Randall, and 

Capt. John Pierce, by Rev. Gano, June 9, 1804 

Susan and Capt. Charles Stewart, May 11, 1806 

Henry and Mary Simmons, both of this town. 

Gazette of • Oct. 17, 1807 

Andrew and Sally Potter, daughter of 

George, by Rev. Dr. Messer, July 5, 18 10 



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HO'LDEN Charles, Jr., and Ann Hall, daughter 
of the late Col. Levi, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes. Gazette of 
Capt. Thomas, of Warwick, and Esther Man- 
ton, daughter of the late Col. Daniel, at 

Johnston. Gazette of 
Ulysses and Julia Ann Draper, youngest 

daughter of the late Paul, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at this town, 
George, Esq., of Warwick, and Patience 

Reynolds, daughter of the late Col. Simon, 

of and at Coventry, 
Oliver, Jr., merchant, of New York, and 

Frances Sloane, daughter of Daniel, of and 

at Belleville, N. J., by Rev. Mr. Van 

Sandfort, 
Ulysses and Eliza Hadwen, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Major Henry and Mary Ann Cooke, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
HOLDOOFF Eliza Tillinghast, of this town, 

and Solomon Harris, of Brookline.'Ct., at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HOLROYD Fanny, daughter of William, Esq., 

and Capt. Oliver Earle. Gazette of 
William, Jr., merchant, and Julia Woodruff, 

by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
John, Esq., attorney at law, and Cornelia 

V. Gano, eldest daughter of Rev. Stephen, 

by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
William, of this town, merchant, and Mrs. 

Patience Tillinghast, of and at Uxbridge, 
George, merchant, and Mary Ann Aborn, 

daughter of John A., at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Jacobs, 
Sally, daughter of William, Esq., and Noah 

Kendall, of Roxbury, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Samuel T., merchant, and Mary Taft, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
Mrs. Mary A., of Uxbridge, and Angell 

Sweet, of Upton, at said Uxbridge, by 

Rev. Mr. Judson, 
HOLLAND John, of Boston, and Patty Clarke, 

of Newport. Gazette of 
HOLLIS Abigail D. and John O. Grossman, at 

Taunton. Gazette of 
HOLMES Rev. Abiel, of Georgia, and Mary 

Stiles, youngest daughter of Rev. Dr. 

Stiles, at New Haven. Gazette of 
John and Sally Newell, daughter of Robert, 

Esq. Gazette of 



Dec. 22, 1810 

June 6, 1813 

Jan. 27, 181 8 

Jan. I, 1819 

March 21, 181 1 

Aug. 10, 1823 

Oct. 2, 1823 

March 18, 18 19 
Dec. 13, 1800 
June II, 1803 

April 16, 1805 
Nov. 28, 1805 

Nov. 21, 181 1 
Nov. 26, 181 2 
April 27, 1 81 3 

April 28, 1825 

Jan. 21, 1797 

Dec. 27, 1823 

Sept. II, 1790 
April II, 179s 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 141 

HOLMES John and Sally Alger, daughter of 

Capt. Benjamin, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Sept. 25, 1803 

Capt. Silas, of Stonington, and Alice Arnold, 

daughter of Col. William, at East Green- 
wich, June 7, 1807 
Amelia, da ughter of Chandler, of Stratford, 

Vt., and Christopher Sheldon, at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Gazette of Dec. S, 1807 

Charlotte, of Attleboro, and Robert Allen, at 
. Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, July 7, 1814 

Ann, daughter of the late Joseph, and Rich- 
ard Robinson, at Attleboro, by Mr. Wilder, Dec. 8, 1814 
Robert N. and Martha Ary, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at this town, Feb. 8, l8i8 

Joseph F., of this town, and Sabra Cobb, 

daughter of Otis, of and at Wrenthajn, by 

Rev. Mr. Fiske, April 5, 1820 

Ezra F. and Maria D. Dean, at Taunton, 

Mass. Gazette of July 7, 1821 

Maria, of Warwick, and Jeremiah Gardiner, 

of East Greenwich, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, July 29, 1821 

Eliza, of Attleboro, and Virgil Draper, of 

Rome, N. Y., at said Attleboro. Gazette 

of Feb. 16, 1822 

Otis, of Sharon, Mass., and Almira F. Haw- 
kins, of this town, at North Providence. 

Gazette of July 27, 1822 

Pattey and George S. Aldridge, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 24, 1822 

Rebecca R. and John Bruce, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Bilham. Gazette 

of June ^, 1823 

Mary B , of this town, and Benjamin Miller, 

of East Greenwich, at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, Dec. 24, 1823 

Elisha H., of Salem, Ct., and Lydia Allen, of 

and at Windham, Ct. Gazette of Feb. "4, 1824 

Henry, of this town, and Mrs. Freelove Hop- 
kins, of Foster, in this town, April 4, 1824 
Sally, of this town, and Warren Tabor, of 

New Bedford, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, May 9, 1824 

HOLSEY Thomas Lloyd, merchant, and Sally 

Bowen, daughter of Dr. Ephraim, at 

Hampton. Gazette of Oct. 28, 1775 

HOLT Sarah Ann, daughter of the late Capt. 

Christopher, of Newport, and Benjamin 

Marvel, Jr., at said Newport. Gazette of July 13, 1816 



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HOLT Capt. Jacob, of Hampton, Ct., and Mrs. 
Penelope Greene, of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Nathaniel, of Newport, and Frances Barker, 

of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
John E. and Elizabeth Cornell, daughter of 

Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of 
Jane ard Nathaniel Holt, both of and at 

Newport. Gazette of 
Nathaniel and Jane Holt, both of and at 

Newport. Gazette of 
William and Rebecca Richards, daughter of 
the late John, Esq., both of and at New- 
port. Gazette of 
HOLTON Susan and Joel . Metcalf, Jr., both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
HOMER Ruth and Peter Remy Arsonneau, 
formerly of this town, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 
HONE Philip, of New York, and Arine Hazard, 
daughter of Hon. Thomas, of and at New 
Bedford. Gazette of 
HONEYMAN Polly, youngest daughter of 
James, Esq., and Rev. George Bissett. 
Gazette of 
HONEYWELL Desdemonia, of New Shore- 
ham, and Edwin Sanford, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
HOOCKEY Ann, daughter of the late John, 

and Samuel Carr. Gazette of 
HOOD Hon. Samuel, of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, son of Lord Hood, and Lady Char- 
lotte Nelson, daughter of Rev. Earl Nel- 
son, at St. Mary-le-bonne Church, by the 
Rt. Rev. Bishop of Salisbury. Gazette of 
William D. and Betsey Child, eldest daughter 
of Oliver, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and at 
this town, 
Abiezer D. and Mary Sheldon, both of Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, at Central 
Falls, 
HOOPER Rebecca, daughter of Hon. Robert, 
Esq., of Marblehead, and Lewis Jenkins, 
late of this town, at Newburyport, by Rev. 
Mr. Bass. Gazette of 
Amos M., formerly of Limerick, Me., and 
Mary Polly, of and at Walpole, 
HOPKINS Capt. John and Sally Harris, of John- 
ston, 

Mrs. , widow of Capt. Christopher, 

and Capt. Ambrose Page. Gazette of 



June 22, 1818 

Sept. 7, 1820 

Sept. 26, 1 82 1 

May 17, 1823 

May 17, 1823 

March 27, 1824 
April 24, 1814 

June 25, 1785 

Oct. 14, 1809 

May I, 1773 

Aug. 31, 1820 
Dec. 12, 1798 

Oct. 6, 1810 
Jan. 26, 1820 
July 25, 1824 

June 10, 1780 

June 30, 1823 

Oct. 8, 1768 

Nov. 21, 1772 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



143 



HOPKINS Capt. George and Ruth Smith, 
daughter of Benjamin, deceased, of Smith- 
field. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of Esek, Esq., and Dr. John 
Clarke, of New Jersey. Gazette of 

Joanna, daughter of Capt. Christopher, de- 
ceased, and Nicholas Cooke, Jr. Gazette 
of 

Samuel and Zerviah Lindsay, of this town. 
Gazette of ' 

Desire, daughter of Esek, Esq., and Joseph 
Angell, merchant. Gazette of 

Stephen, Jr., merchant, and Polly Rodman, 
daughter of the late Capt. William, of 
Newport. Gazette of 

Mrs. Zerviah Charlotte, widow of the late 
Samuel, and Calvin Wheaton. Gazette of 

Rhoda, daughter of Rev. Samuel, and Capt. 
John Anthony, at Newport. Gazette of 

Desire, daughter of Esek, Esq., and Samuel 
Leonard, Esq., of Taunton, at North Prov- 
idence. Gazette of 

Susannah, daughter of Esek, Esq., and Rev. 
Jonathan Maxcy, of this town. Gazette of 

Miss , daughter of Samuel, and Joseph 

James, printer, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

William, of this town, and Peggy Cheever, of 
Wrentham. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of the late Samuel, and Jo- 
seph Hawes, in this town. Gazette of 

Stephen and Nancy Brownell, second daugh- 
ter of Stephen, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Amey, of this town, and David E. Mann, of 
Wrentham, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 

Nicholas and Celia Miller, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Hetty and Thomas Swebb, Esq., of this 
town, at Boston. Gazette of 

Cyrus and Adah Horton, daughter of Na- 
thaniel, Jr., at Foster. Gazette of 

Arty, of Foster, and Clement Easton, of 
Providence, at Foster. Gazette of 

Nancy and Lewis Simmons, at North Provi- 
dencBj by Rev. Mr. Sprague. Gazette of 

Noyes and Rebecca Paine, at Foster. Ga- 
zette of 

Capt. Nicholas and Elizabeth Miller, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, all of and at this town, 

Rebecca, of Seekonk, Mass., and Daniel Sal- 
isbury, of North Providence, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Blake. Gazette of 



March 20, 1773 
Aug. 9, 1777 

Jan. 17, 1778 
Aug. 18, 1 781 
April 27, 1782 

Feb. S, 178S 

Jan. 3, 1789 

Aug. 8, 1789 

July 23, 1791 

Aug. 27, 1791 

Oct. I, 1791 

July 12, 1794 

March 28, 1801 

Oct. 19, 1 80 1 

Nov. 9, 1805 

Oct. II, 1807 

Aug. 13, 1808 

Aug. 4, 1 810 

Oct. 20, 181 1 

March 5, 1814 

March 25, 1815 

March 12, 1818 

Nov. 7, 1818 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOPKINS John G. and Rosamond Dawless, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Messer, 
Harriet A., daughter of Stephen, and Elisha 
C. Wells, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
Sarah, of Smithfield, and Jabez Clarke, of 

this town, at said Smithfield, 
Penelope and Abner Butler, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of 
Carver and Abby Knight Manchester, young- 
est daughter of Col. Israel, both of and at 
Scituate, by Rev. C. Stone, 
Mrs. Freelove, of Foster, and Henry Holmes, 

of and at this town, 
Capt. Samuel S., of this town, and Elizabeth 
P. Brooks, of and at New London. Ga- 
zette of 
Stephen G., of Warwick, and Eliza Relph, 
daughter of David, of and at Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Knight, 
HOPOO Thomas, a Christian convert, and Delia, 
natives of Sandwich Islands, at Oahu, S. I., 
HOPFIN Davis W. and Hannah Brown, daugh- 
ter of Esek. Gazette of 
Col. Benjamin and Mrs. Mary Whitney, of 
• Warwick. Gazette of 
Dr. George W. and Mary Philbrook, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Philbrooks. Gazette of 
Major Benjamin, Jr., of this town, and Es- 
ther Phillips Warner, daughter of the late 
Capt. William, of and at Middletown, Ct., 
Richard and Abby Spears, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Mary, daughter of Nicholas, and William B. 

Bradford, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Abby and George Bradford, in this town. 

Gazette of 
Henry, merchant, and Almy H. Bowler, 
daughter of the late Samael B., by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
Thomas Coles, merchant, and Harriet Dunn 
Jones, daughter of the Governor, by Rev. 
,Mr. Wilson, 
Loraina, daughter of the late Col. Benjamin, 
and Edward Carrington, Esq., in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Eliza L., daughter of Nicholas, of this town, 
and Thomas Eddy, Esq., of Warwick, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Oct. IS, 1820 

Feb. 28, 1822 

Dec. I, 1822 

July 30, 1823 

Sept. 30, 1823 
April 4, 1824 

Oct. 13, 1824 

Dec. 26, 1824 

Aug. II, 1822 

March 16, 1793 

June 7, 1794 

Sept. 12,1801 

Nov. 13, 1802 

March 31, 1805 

Jan. 5, 1806 

June 10, 1809 

Nov. 26, 1810 

Nov. 12, 181 1 

July 26, 1 812 

Jan. 14, 1818 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



145 



HOPPIN Ann Eliza, only daughter of Davis W., 
and Caleb Westcott, Jr., by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, all of and at this town, 

Richard, of this town, and Sarah Ann Pratt, 
daughter of the late Thomas, of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Dunn, 
HOPTON Sarah, daughter of William, Esq., de- 
ceased, and Nathaniel Russell, Esq., mer- 
chant. Gazette of 
HORBIN Henry and Zerviah Myers, both of 
Dracut, Mass., by Nathaniel G. Olney, 
Esq., at Olney ville, 
HORN John and Amey Allen, daughter of Gen- 
eral Thomas, at Harrington. Gazette of 
HORNE Mary Ann, daughter of Daniel, Esq., 
of Barrington, and Job Wheaton, of See- 
konk; at said Barrington; by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, 
HORSEWELL Lydia and William D. Snow, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, in this town. Gazette of 

James and Mary Tabor, daughter of the late 
Reuben, at Newport. ' Gazette of 

Ephraim W. and Mary R. Cahoone, eldest 
daughter of Capt. Isaiah, by the Rev. Mr. 
Snow, 

Nathaniel, of this town, and Eliza Briggs, of 
New Bedford, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Burgess and Abigail Lawton, both of New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Martha E., daughter of Ephraim, and David 
Taylor, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 
HORTON James and Alice Munro, daughter of 
John, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

William, of this town, and Lydia Slack, 
daughter of the late Dr. Benjamin, at Scit- 
uate. Gazette of , 

Polly and Nathaniel Walker, both of this 
town. Gazette of 

Mrs. Sabrina and Ebenezer R. Frost. Ga- 
zette of 
' Amos and Mary Rhodes, eldest daughter of 
Capt. John, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Ellis, • 

Adah, daughter of Nathaniel, Jr., and Cyrus 
Hopkins, at Foster. Gazette of 

Andrew, of this town, and Betsey McGregor, 
daughter of Col. John, at Coventry. Ga- 
zette of 



Jan. 9, 1820 

Dec. 12, 1820 

July 12, i;88 

May s, 181S 
March S, 1796 

June 17, 1822, 

Jan. 3, 1807 

Sept. 29, 1 82 1 

April 26, 1 801 

Feb. 9, 1 812 
Jan. 25, 1818 

May 19, 1825 
Sept. 19, 1772 

March 31, 1792 
Dec. 20, 1794 
Dec. 24, 1796 

March 12, 1809 
Aug. 4, 1 8 10 

Sept. 12, 1812 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HORTON Benjamin and Betsey Bliss, daughter 
of Dr. James, all of Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Thompson, 

James, 2d, and Sophia Wheaton, daughter of 
Capt. Joseph, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Mrs. Lydia, aged 21, and James Case, aged 
16, both of and at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Hannah M., of Warren, and James S. Gardi- 
ner, of Rehoboth, at said Warren, 

John S., of this town, and Eliza Tuedor, of 
and at East Windsor, Ct., by the Rev. Mr. 
Robbins. Gazette of 

Ann Eliza, of Mendon, and Jabez Barney, of 
Swanzey, at Seekonk. Gazette of 

Mary W. and Julius C. Fisher, both of and 
at Franklin, by Rev. Mr. Emmons, 

Andrew and Mary Hathaway, both of and at 
this town, by ReV. Mr. Mudge, 
HOSKINS Charles and Sally Boss, daughter of 

John L., at Newport. Gazette of 
HOSMER Charles, printer, of the Mirror, and 
Abigail Wadsworth, daughter of Henry, at 
Hartford, Ct. Gazette of 
HOUSELANDER Mrs. Catherine and John 
Jansen, both of Burlingham, N. Y., by 
Rev. Mr. Van Doren, 

Mary and James Terwiliger, both of Burling- 
ham, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Van Doren, 

Nicholas and Polly Norris, both of Burling- 
ham, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Van Doren, 

Susan and James Crans, both of Burlingham, 
N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Van Doren, 
HOVEY Eleanor, of Brighton, and Rev. Abisha 
Sampson, of Tisbury, at Brighton, Mass. 
Gazette of 

William, of New York, and Mary W. Smith, 
daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of and at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Polly and Capt. Thomas Francis, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 
HOWARD Joseph, of Warwick, and Sally How- 
ard, daughter of Thomas, at Pawtuxet. 
Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Thomas, and Joseph How- 
ard, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet. Gazette of 

Mrs. Mary, of Bristol, Eng., and Seabury 
Sowle, merchant, of this town. Gazette of 

Thomas, of Pawtuxet, and Polly Humphrey, 
daughter of Major Josiah, Jr., at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Watson. Gazette of 



Dec. 6, 1812 

Sept. 30, 1815 

March 23, 1816 

Jan. I, 1818 

Dec. 14, 1820 

Jan. 28, 1824 

June 3, 1824 

March 2, 1825 

May 18, 1805 

July 18, 1812 

Jan. 24, 1815 
Jan. 24, 181 S 
Jan. 24, 1815 
Jan. 24, 1815 

May 23, 1807 

Oct. 13, 1823 
May 30, 1825 

Feb. 22, 1794 

Feb. 22, 1794 

Aug. II, 1798 

Dec. I, 1798 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



147 



HOWARD Philip, Esq., and Mary Soule, daugh- 
er of Capt. Samuel, of this town. Gazette 
of 

Thomas and Mary Sabin, eldest daughter of 
Capt. Joseph, at Pomfret, Ct. Gazette of 

Eleazer, Jr., of Sturbridge, and Mary Flynn, 
at Woodstock, by Rev. Mr. Lyman. Ga- 
zette of 

Lieut. Lewis and Harriet Jones, by the Rev. 
Mr. Dehon, at Newport. Gazette of 

Honor, daughter of Caleb, of this town, and 
John Allen, of Exeter, R. L, by Rev. Mr. 
Cornell, 

Margaret and Sylvanus Keith, merchant, 
both of Charleston, S. C, in this town, 

Mary, of Providence, and Haile Wood, , of 
Swanzey. Gazette of 

Pardon B , of this town, and Sabra Taft, at 
Mendon, Mass., 

William A. and Betsey Arnold, second 
daughter of Col. Elisha, at Cranston, 

Mrs. Lydia, aged 75, and Dr. John Tallafero, 
aged 82, at Milledgeville, Ga. Gazette of 

William A. and Harriet Barton, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Rufus, both of this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah C, of Hampton, Ct., and Ja,mes H. 
Cady, of this town, at said Hampton. Ga- 
zette of 

Joseph, Jr., of Taunton, and Lydia Smith, of 
Rehoboth, at Attleboro, 

John and Eliza Sheldon, both of and at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

John C, Esq., of Hampton, and Sarah May 
Sumner, daughter of the late Samuel, 
PZsq., of and at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. 
Walter Lyon, 

Seth, of Olneyville, and Mary Miller, of 
Cumberland, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

Jesse, Esq., and Mary King, daughter of 
Joseph, both of and at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Tatem, 
HOWE Samuel, of Connecticut, and Sally Brad- 
ford, of this town. Gazette of 

Parley E. and Betsey Healey, of Providence, 
at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Susan, daughter of Ezekiel, and Levi Eaton, 
at Framingham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Kellogg. Gazette of 



Dec. 5, 1 80 1 
March 12, 1803 

June 16, 1804 
June 23, 1804 

July 24, 1806 
Nov. 23, 1806 
Nov. 14, 1807 
Dec. 16, 1810 
May 16, 1813 
Ang. 13, 1814 

Jan. 14, 1816 

Sept. II, 1819 

Feb. 16, 1820 

May 9, 1 82 1 

Oct. 7, 1823 

Feb. 17, 1825 

April II, 1825 

Sept. 26, 1789 

Jan. 10, 179s 

June I, 1805 



]^48 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

HOWE Hezekiah, of Killingly, Ct., and Lydia 
Wilkinson, youngest daughter of Oziel, of 
North Providence, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes. Gazette of Nov. ii, 1809 

Philemon, aged 89, and Mrs. Mary Wise, 
aged 98 years, at Rawley, Mass. Ga- 
zette of April 14, 1 8 10 

Samuel, Esq., attorney at law, of Worthing- 
ton, and Sarah L. Robbins, daughter of 
Hon. Edward H., at Milton, Mass. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 23, 1813 

Elisha, of Killingly, and Silence Arnold, 
only daughter of Ahab, of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 22, 1815 

Mary, daughter of Sampson, Esq., of Kill- 
ingly, Ct., and Rev. John L. Blake, 
rector of St. haul's Church, Pawtucket, at 
said Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Atkins, Dec. 6, 1816 

George, of Pomfret, Ct., and Mary Whitman, 
daughter of Gen. Reuben, of and at War- 
wick. Gazette of May 28, 1825 

Mrs. Amelia and Rev. Solomon Sias, of the 
Methodists, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Merrett. Gazette of Aug. 10, 1825 

Rev. Elbridge G., of Illinois, and Mary Ann 
Condy, daughter of Capt. Thomas H., at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shutleff, Aug. 15, 1825 

HOWELL David, professor of philosophy in 
R. I. College, and Polly Brown, at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 30, 1770 

Jeremiah B. and Martha Brown, daughter of 

the late John (S. E.) Gazette of Oct. 19, 1793 

Waitstill, eldest daughter of Hon. David, 
and Ebenezer K. Dexter, by the Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Jan. i, 180 1 

Mary Brown, second daughter of- Hon. 
David, and Mason Shaw, sheriff of Han- 
cock Co., Me., in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, July 29, 1 806 

Sarah C., youngest daughter of Hon. David, 
and Gamaliel L. Dwigh , of Boston, mer- 
chant, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 21, 1809 

Eliza B., eldest daughter of Hon. Jeremiah 
B., and Benjamin Cowell, Esq., attorney 
at law, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at 
this town, March 4, 18 18 

Waitey S., daughter of the late Hon. Jere- 
miah B., and Appleton Walker, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 15, 1823 



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149 



ROWLAND Marcy, eldest daughter of Daniel, 
and Gideon Greene, at Friends' Meeting 
House, East Greenwich, 

John and Polly Carlile, daughter of John. 
Gazette of 

Elizabeth and Jeremiah Russell. Gazette of 

Daniel, Jr., and Sarah Greene, at Friends' 
Meeting House, East Greenwich. Ga- 
zette of 

Nancy, daughter of the late Capt. William, 
and James Taylor, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

John, Jr., and Sarah Howland, daughter of 
William, merchant, at Friends' Meeting 
House, New Bedford. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of William, merchant, and 
John Rowland, Jr., at Friends'- Meeting 
House,. New Bedford. Gazette of 

John H., merchant, and Sarah Hazard, 
daughter of Thomas, Jr., at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, New Bedford. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of the late Capt. Job, of 
Newport, and Albert W. Gardiner, of 
Middletown, at said Newport, by Rev. 
Dr. Patten. Gazette of 

Daniel and Eliza Harper Brown, eldest 
daughter of Capt. Daniel, at East Green- 
wich, 

Isaac W. and Frances Hull, daughter of the 
late Hanson, of Newport, at Tiverton. 
Gazette of 

Nathaniel and Phebe Thornton, daughter of 
Elisha, at Friends' Meeting House, New 
Bedford. Gazette of 

Penelope, daughter of John, Esq., and Am- 
herst Everett, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Joseph, Jr., of East Greenwich, and Hearty 
Cranston, daughter of William, of Mas- 
sachusetts, at Newport, 

Peleg, Jr., of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., merchant, 
and Ruth Eddy Congdon, second daugh- 
ter of Jonathan, of this town, at the 
Friends' Meeting House here, 

Elizabeth L., daughter of John, Esq., and 
William Hatch, by Rev. Mr. Wight, all 
of and at Bristol, 

Susan A. and James M. Brown, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 



Feb. 23, 1769 

Feb. 9, 1788 
March 27, 1790 



Aug. 10, 1793 

April 13, 1799 

Nov. s, 1803 

Nov. 5, 1803 

Nov. 12, 1803 

June 8, 1805 

Sept. 19, 1810 

Aug. 3, 181 1 

May 2, 1812 

Aug. 19, 1813 

June 25, 1816 

July 29, 1 818 

Feb. 27, 1820 
March S, 1820 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ROWLAND Josiah and Mary Tu. Bradford, 

daughter of John, Esq., both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 
Capt. Daniel, formerly of this State, and 

Sunilda Hayes, late of Ontario Co., N. Y., 

at St. Charles, Missouri. Gazette of 
Ann, daughter of the late Thomas, and 

Henry Oman, at Newport. Gazette of 
Capt. George, of this town, and Sarah M. 

Almy, daughter of the late Capt. Samuel, 

of and at Newport. Gazette of 
Mary and Thomas Pearce, both of and at 

Bristol. Gazette of 
HOXIE Freeman and Rhoda West, daughter of 

Thomas, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb. 

Gazette of 
HOXSIE Olive, eldest daughter of Christopher, 

Esq., and Martin Kempton, at Smithfield, 
HOYLE Charlotte and David Carr. Gazette 

of 
HUBBARD Patty, daughter of Daniel, and 

Adam Babcock, at Boston. Gazette of 
Cynthia, daughter of Ezra, and Abel Allen. 

Gazette of 
Mrs. Cloe and James Eldredge, Esq., at Pom- 
fret, Ct., 
Stephen, merchant, of this town, and Zerviah 

Grosvenor, daughter of Oliver, of and at 

Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. King. Ga- 
zette of 
Russell, editor of Norwich Courier, and 

Abby Williams, daughter of the late Gen. 

Joseph, at Norwich, by Rev. J. Strong, 
Dr. Benjamin and Anstres Draper, at Attle- 

boroj by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 
Huldah and Col. Joseph Jones Munroe, 

brother of the President of the United 

States, at Charlton, Missouri. Gazette of 
Eunice, of Warren, and Joseph Seymour, of 

Newport, at said Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Welch, 
Sarah Ann, of Newport, and Thomas D. 

Gladding, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Gazette of 
Lettice, of this town, and Robert Crandall, 

of Exeter, at Randolph, Vt. Gazette of 
HUDSON Samuel and Phebe Vose, daughter of 

Edward, at Newport. Gazette of 
Thomas and Betsey Newton, daughter of 

John, at Newport. Gazette of 



Aug. 27, 1820 

Aug. 29, 1 82 1 
March 5, 1823 

Aug. 9, 1825 
Jan. 7, 1824 

Nov. 25, 1815 
March 15, 1823 

May 17, 1794 
March 27, 1779 

Dec. 25, 1790 
June 5, 1803 

Sept. 24, 1803 

Oct. 8, 181 1 
June 23, 1812 

Sept. 22, 1 82 1 

June 22, 1823 

May 22, 1824 
Oct. 30, 1824 
Dec. 22, 1798 
Dec. 22, 1798 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 151 

HUDSON Catharine and Capt. Ebenezer Sher- 
man, at Newport. Gazette of Aug. 7, 1802 

Olive, daughter of Barzillai, senior editor of 
the Connecticut Courant, and David Wat- 
kins, of Hartford, merchant, at Hartford. 
Gazette of June 4, 1803 

Henry, of Hartford, and Maria Trumbull, 
daughter of the Governor, at Lebanon, Ct. 
Gazette of Oct. 27, 1804 

Robert, Esq., of Schenectady, N. Y., coun- 
sellor at law, and Eliza Benedict, daughter 
of Rev. Dr. Benedict, of and at Plainfield, 
Ct, Aug. 21, 1809 

Levina, daughter of Barzillai, and Edward 
Watkinson, merchant, at Hartford. Ga- 
zette of Sept. IS, 1 8 10 

Harding H., of Cranston, and -Susan Shel- 
don, daughter of Col. Stephen, at Scituate, 
b}^ Rev. Mr. Knight, April 4, 18 13 

Maria, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of this 
town, and Charles C. Harrington, of New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1820 

Mary C. daughter of Capt. Thomas, and 
Thomas Stacy, at Newport. Gazette of May 15, 1824 

HUGHES Capt. Thomas, of the Continental 
Army, and Welthian Greene, daughter of 
the late Col. Christopher, at Warwick. 
Gazette of March 2, 1782 

Mary, daughter of Major Thomas, and Capt. 
Burrows Aborn. Gazette of April 27, 1799 

John L. and Eliza Whiting, daughter of the 
late Col. Jeremiah, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Jan. 16, 1822 

HULEITT Sela and John Young, both of Kill- 

ingly, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Day, Dec. 3, 1812 

HULL Sarah, daughter of Major General Hull, 
and John McKesson, Esq., of New York, 
at Newton, Mass., lay Rev. Mr. Homer. 
Gazette of Sept. 4, 1802 

Sarah and Jeremiah Munroe. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1802 

Rebecca Parker, daughter of Governor Will- 
iam Hull, and Samuel Clarke, Esq., at Bos- 
ton Gazette of May 25, 1805, 

William, merchant, and Lydia Packard, 
daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Dec. 29, 1805 

Cyrene and Charles Potter, 2d, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 8, 1809 

Frances, daughter of the late Hanson, of 
Newport, and Isaac W. Howland, at Tiv- 
erton. Gazette of Aug. 3, 181 1 



152 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HULL Capt. William and Roanna Newell. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 14, 181 1 

Isaac, Esq., U. S. Navy, and Ann Hart, 
daughter of Elisha, Esq., of Saybrook, at 
Bloomingdale, in St. Michael's Church, by 
Rev. Mr. Jarvis. Gazette of Jan. 9, 1813 

Dennison and Ann Potter, daughter of the 
late Governor Potter, at South Kingstown. 
Gazette of May 21, 1814 

Capt. Peleg and Mrs. Patience Paul, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 4, 1817 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Gideon, of 
this town, and Francis Bicknell, of Rome, 
N. Y., at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 17, 1818 

Daniel and Mary Ann West, eldest daughter 
of William, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, . June 28, 1818 

Ann and Jacob C. Gould, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 9, 18 18 

Rev. Stephen, of Raynham, Mass., and Cath- 
arine H. Lippitt, daughter of Charles, 
Esq., of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, March 17, 1819 

Thomas C. and Charlotte Cooke, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22, 1819 

Capt. Gideon and Eliza Whitmore, both of 
this town, at New York, by Rev. Mr. Mc- 
Clay, Nov. 27, 18 19 

Jabez, of this town, and Hannah C. Putnam, 
eldest daughter of Israel, Esq., of and at 
Sutton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Mills, Oct. 21, 1821 

John and Pamela Barker, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of May 7, 1823 

George, of Brookfield, Ct., and Sarah Law- 
ton, of Portsmouth, at Newport. Gazette 

of May 26, 1824 

Peleg and Sarah Ann Thurber, daughter of 
Capt. John, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Nov. 22, 1824 

Julia Knox, seventh daughter of Gen. Will- 
iam, and Joseph Wheeler, Esq., merchant, 
of Augusta, Ga., at Norton, Mass. Ga- 
zet^teof Sept. 17, 182? 

HUME Robert and Eliza Moore, daughter of 

John, Esq., at Charleston, S. C. Gazette of June 8, 181 1 

HUMES Sally and Amos Sylvester, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Aue 21 1821 

HUMPHREY Rachal, daughter of Samuel, and ' 

Lieut. Benedict Tew, at Barrington. Ga- 
zette of May 6, 1780 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES I53 

HUMPHREY Capt. John and Nancy Sweeting, 

daughter ot Capt. Job. Gazette of Oct. 12, 1782 

Elkanah, Jr., and Lydia Greenwood, at Bar- 

rington. Gazette of Dec. 24, 1796 

Dr. Hosea, of North Providence, and Rachal 

Allyn, daughter of Abner, of Rehoboth. 

Gazette of Nov. 10, 1798 

Polly, daughter of Major Josiah, Jr., and 

Thomas Howard, of Pawtuxet, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Watson. Gazette of Dec. i, 1798 
Josiah and Eliza W. Easton, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Oct. 17, 1802 

Mary Boyd and David West, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of April 27, 1805 
Walker, merchant, and Sarah Gladding, 

daughter of Jonathan, by Rev. Dr. Messer, June 23, 1805 
Eliza, daughter of John, and Luther Ashley, 

of Windham, at Harrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Watson. Gazette of Sept. 30, 1809 

Amey Brown, of North Providence, and 

Samuel Brown, Esq., of this town, at said 

North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1812 

Amasa, of Barrington, and Waite A. Hunt, 

of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, June 13, 18 13 

Mary, daughter of John, Esq., and Wilmarth 

Heath, both of Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Watson, ^ept. 18, 1814 

Sarah A., of this town, and Zelic Darling, of 

Sutton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Sias, Sept. 12, 1817 

John and Diana Brown, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
■ in this town, Sept. 21, 1817 

Frances and Alfred Drown, both of and at 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 14, 1 818 
Emerson and Huldah Peck, at Barrington, 

by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette of Jan. 16, 1819 

Col. Walker and Olive B, Mauran, both of 

this town, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 

Ware, Dec. 27, 1821 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Elizabeth Bachellor, both 

of and at Oxford. Gazette of May 8, 1822 

Thomas G. and Abby Eddy, daughter of 

Benjamin, 2d, both of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 30, 1822 

Abby and Samuel Bosworth, of Warren, at 

Rehoboth. Gazette of Nov. 10, 1824 

Mrs. Abigail, of Pawtuxet, and Dutee 

Roberts, of this town, at said Pawtuxet, June 29, 1817 

Capt. Samuel and Sarah G. Easton, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Nov. 26, 1821 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HUMPHREY Josiah and Hannah Snow, daugh- 
ter of John, both of and at this town, by- 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
HUMPHRIES Henry, merchant, and Miss 

Gardiner,daughter of Col. Gardiner, 

late of His Majesty's nth Regiment of 
Dragoons, and sister of Valentine Gardiner, 
of His Majesty's S5th Regiment, at New 
York, 
HUNNEWELL Sophia, of Cambridge, and 
Charles Tufts, of Smithfield, at said Cam- 
bridge, by Rev. . Mr. Whitmore. Gazette 
of 
HUNT Sally, daughter of Benjamin, dec., and 
Levi Hall, at Providence, 

Levi, of this town,, and Rispah Smith, daugh- 
ter of John, of Smithfield, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Smithfield. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of Joseph W., and Levi 
Read, at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Seth, Esq., of Glocester, and Mrs. Marcy 
Carpenter, of Providence, .by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of 

Pardon, of Glocester, and Nancy Smith, only 
daughter of Daniel, of and at Burrillville, 

Gideon S., of East Greenwich, and Rebecca 
Nason, daughter of the late David, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Eliza D., eldest daughter of John, of Reho- 
both, and William A. Anthony, of this 
town, at said Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, 

Clement Smith, U. S. Navy, and Sarah Ann 
Senter, daughter of the late Dr. Isaac, in 
St. John's Church, Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Crocker, 

Anna T., of Warwick, and Adrian Webb, 
Jr., of Worcester, Mass., at Warwick, 

Waite A., of Pawtuxet, and Amasa Hum- 
phrey, of Harrington, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Jacobs, 

Mary Ann, of Seekonk, and Joseph T. 
Anthony, of this town, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Hill, ^ 

Phebe A., daughter of the late Capt. Joseph, 
of Pawtuxet, and Christopher O. Arnold, 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Seth, Jr., and Henrietta Pettey, daughter of 
Daniel, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at 
this town. 



Jan. 8, 1823 

Nov. 9, 1 771 

Nov. 3, 1824 
Nov. 18, 1770 

April 6, 1793 
March 15, 1800 

Nov. 14, 1807 
Jan. 3, 1808 

Oct. 12, 181 1 

Nov. 21, 181 1 

Jan. 14, 1813 
April 25, 1813 

June 13, 1813 

Aug. 13, 181S 

Sept. 21, 1818 

Dec. 22, 1 819 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



155 



HUNT I^ancy, of Seekonk, and Rev. Shearja- 
shub.B. Townsend, of Sherbourne, Mass., 
at said Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Josiah A., of Pawtuxet, and Lydia Mason, 
daughter of Dea. George, of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Bat, of North Kingstown, and Hannah H. 
Forth, of North Providence, at East Green- 
wich. Gazette of 

Sally N. and Jabal Patt, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Sally and Ansel Churchill, both of and at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Gazette 
of 

Peter B., Esq., of Seekonk, attorney at law, 
and Ruth Nelson, daughter of Major Paul, 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Mary Eveline, youngest daughter of Joshua, 
Esq., of Pawtuxet, and James Chace, at 
said Pawtuxet. Gazette of 

Daniel and Polly Balkcom, only daughter of 
Daniel, both of and at Attleboro, 
HUNTER Ann, of Newport, and John Lewis 
Theodore Depalizeux Falconet, Esq., at 
London, Eng., 

William, Esq., of Newport, and Mary Robin- 
son, daughter of William T., of New York, 
at Greenwich, N. Y., by Rev. Bishop 
Moore. Gazette of 

Mrs. , widow of the late Robert, and 

Hon. John Broome, Lieut. Governor, of 
and at New York. Gazette of 

Peter, aged 25, and Mrs. Meacham, 

53, at Avon. Gazette of 

Mary, of Tiverton, and Joseph Whiting, of 
Bristol, at said Tiverton, 
HUNTING Samuel, of Johnston, and Mrs. Mary 
Greene, of Providence, at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 

HUNTINGTON General , of Norwich, 

and Luctetia McClelland, of Woodstock. 
Gazette of 

Capt. Joseph and Sally Wanton, daughter of 
the late Capt. Edward, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Harriet, daughter of General Jedediah, and 
John DeWitt, of Norwich, at New Lon- 
don. Gazette of 
HUNTLEY Zephaniah, Esq., and Esther Fox, 
after a long and tedious courtship of one 
night, at East Haddam. Gazette of 



March 22, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

Sept. II, 1822 
Oct. 20, 1822 

Dec. 7, 1822 

April 15, 1824 

May 26, 1824 
Dec. 27, 1824 

July 6, 1790 

July 28, 1804 

July 19, 1806 
April 8, 181 5 
Aug. s, 1 82 1 

May 28, 1814 

Oct. 24, 1795 

Sept. 15, 1792 

Sept. 27, 1806 

March 22, 1806 



156 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HURD Sarah and Capt. Ebenezer Rhodes, jun- 
ior editor of the Chronicle, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of July 26, 1806 

Capt. Norman, of New York, and Ann Gar- 
diner, daughter of Capt. James, at New- 
port. Gazette of Oct. 12, 181 1 

Miss and Grandison Clarke, at New- 
town, Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 
HURLBURT Hannah and Rev. William Patten, 

of Newport, at New London. Gazette of Sept. 17, 1796 

Pardon T. and Mary Cowing, eldest daughter 
of Ward, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of this 
town, 

Rev. Joseph, of Albany,' and Mary Crawford 
Hattrick, daughter of Peter, Esq., in New 
York. Gazette of 
HURLEY Mrs. Emma and Paris J. Tillinghast, 
Jr., merchant, both formerly of this towA, 
at Newport. Gazette of 

HUSSEY Mr. — , of Nantucket, and Lydia 

Manchester, of Providence, 

Jethro, Esq., and Mrs. Margaret, Snow, at 
Nantucket. Gazette of 

Mrs. Peggy, widow of Capt. Paul, and/ 
Thomas Jenkins, Esq., Mayor of Hudson, 
N. Y., at Hudson, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. 
Wigton. Gazette of 
HUTCHINS James R.,of Windsor, printer, and 
Marianne Thomas, only daughter of Isaiah, 
Esq., of Worcester, married at Menotomy 
by Rev. Mr. Fiske. Gazette of ' 

Keziah, daughter of Dr. Penuel, and Seth D. 
Burbank, Esq., at Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 

Theophilus and Joanna Paine, at Rehoboth, 
by Rev. Mr. Hill. Gazette of 

Alice and Rev. Roswell Whitmore, Pastor of 
3d Society, both of Killingly, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Storrs. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1813 

Lucy, daughter of the late Capt. Silas, and 
William E. Robinson, of Plainfield, at Kil- 
lingly, by Rev. Mr. Whitmore, Feb. 6, 1814 

Ezra, of Killingly, Ct., and Mary Stone, of 
and at Weston, Mass. Gazette of Sept. 24, 1814 

Major John, bookseller, of this town, and Sa- 
rah Mather, daughter of the late Dr. 
Elisha, of and at Northampton, Mass. June i, 1816 

Abigail and John Dewhurst, both of and at 
this town, Dec. 4, 1822 



June 19, 


1806 


June 23, 


1824 


Aug. 14, 


1802 


Oct. 25, 


1769 


March 16, 


1793 


June 4, 


1803 


Jan. 28, 


1792 


Feb. 10, 


1810 


April 20, 


i8ii 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 157 

HUTCHINSON Thomas, Esq., eldest son' of 
the Lieutenant-Governor, and Sally Oliver, 
daughter of Hon. Andrew, Esq., Secre- 
tary of the Province, at Boston, Oct. lo, 1770 
Martin and Chloe Sayles, daughter of Sylva- 
nus, both of Smithfield, by Isaac Com- 
stock, Esq. Gazette of Aug. 24, 18 16 
Nancy Walker, of this town, and Eddy Hard- 
ing, of Harrington, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 5, 1817 
Stephen and Evelina Jenckes, daughter of 

the late William, of and at Smithfield, Sept. 4, 1823 

James, of Northampton, and Phebe Cogge- 
shall, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Bar- 
ney, Sept. 14, 1824 
HUTTLESTONE Eliza and Thomas Clarke, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Oct. 19, 1823 

HUTTON Mrs. , widow of Capt. James, 

formerly of Newport, and Archibald Stew- 
art, merchant, at Providence, Feb. 4, 1770 
Anstris and William Ball, both of Attleboro, 

in this town, July i, 1813 

Jane, of this town, and John Hill, of Mil- 
ledgeville, Geo., merchant, at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, , May 3, 1819 

HYATT Captain Charles Leonard and Ann 
Pitcher, daughter of the late Lemuel, of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 14, 1808 

Hitta and Levi Wilcoxson, at Wilton, Ct. 
Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

HYDE Betsey, daughter of Squire, of Coventry, 

and Ira Colvin, at Coventry, Dec. 20, 1810 



IDE Abbe, eldest daughter of Ichabod, knd Sebe 

Kent, of Rehoboth, at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilder, Nov. 15, 18 to 

David and Eliza Arnold, daughter .of the late 

Col. Daniel, of and at Smithfield, Dec. 8, 181 1 

Temperance, daughter of Abel, of Seekonk, 

and Samuel D. Lindsey, at said Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Hill, April 2, 1815 

Rev. Jacob, of Medway, and Mary Emmons, 

at Franklin, Mass. Gazette of April 22, 18 15 

Mary, of Seekonk, and Rev. Josephup Whea- 

ton, Pastor of the Congregational Church 

at HoUiston, at said Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Hill, Jan. 1, 1816 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



IDE Lydia, of this town, and Peleg Butts, of New 
Bedford, at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hiram and Adelia Miller, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter. Gazette of 

Harvey and Mary Cushman, both of and at 
Attleboro. Gazette of 
" William and Amanda Bishop,' both of and at 
Seekonk, 

Welcome, of this town, and Mary Ann Hath- 
away, daughter of -the late Zephaniah, of 
N ewport, at this town. Gazette of 
ILLINGSWORTH Richard, ^^, and Miss Ann 
Tyson, 62, he of Henshall, she of Thorne, 
Eng. Gazette of 
INCLISS Rev. Charles and Hannah Hartshorn, 
daughter of Lawrence, Esq., at Halifax. 
Gazette of 
INGALLS Capf. Abiathar and Ann Brewer, at 
-Taunton, 

John and Anna Collins, after a moderate 
courtship of ten years, at Lynn. Gazette of 
INGLE Benjamin, of Taunton, Mass., and Sarah 
W. Tew, daughter of the late Col. William, 
of and at Newport. Gazette of 
INGRAHAM Polly and John James, of this 
town, at Bristol. Gazette of 

Barton and Catharine, Gay, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
der, at Attleboro, 

Eliza, daughter of Simeon, and Henry Mil- 
ler, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Jeremiah, of Attleboro, and Charlotte Burr, 
daughter of Col. James, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Barton and Betsey Gay, both of Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Emma, of Attleboro, and John Wheeler, of 
this town, at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Mary and Joshua Sabin, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

lawton and Mary T. Bosworth, both of and 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 

"Martha and Samuel Goff, 'both of and at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Gazette of 

Leprelet and Adaline Carpenter, both of and 
at Pawtucket. Gazette of 
, Esther, daughter of Jared, of Pawtucket, and 
Walter Frost, of Boston, at said Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 

Lemuel, of Attleboro, and Tamzin Hill, of 
Seekonk, at St. Paul's Church, Pawtucket, 



Aug. 7, 1820 

Oct. 6, 1 82 1 

June 26, 1822 

Aug. 27, 1823 

Jan. 3, 1824 

March 3, 1824 

Feb. I, 1812 

April 26, 1 812 

Nov. IS, 1817 

Aug. 5, 181S 

Jan. 30, 1796 

Dec. 23, 1804 

Nov. 23, 1807 

Feb. 15, 1810 
Sept. 23, 1810 
Aug. 13, 1814 
Aug. 14, 1815 
Aug. 30, 1819 
April 13, 1822 
Nov. 6, 1824 

March 12, 1825 
Sept. 25, 1825 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



159 



INMAN Sukey, eldest daughter of Ralph, Esq., 

and Capt. John Linzee, of His Majesty's 

Ship Beaver, at Boston. Gazette of 
Lydia, eldest daughter of David, and James 

Leavins, at Pomfret, Ct. Gazette of 
Rhoda, daughter of Abraham, Esq., and 

Isaac Randall, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Sprague, 
Otis M., of Pawtucket, and Mary Kelley, of 

and at Valley Falls. Gazette of 
IRISH C. P. and Sally Hicks, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Oathman, 
Patience, of Portsmouth, and Caleb Cooke, of 

Troy, Mass., at Newport. Gazette of 
Otis and Patience Dyre, at Little Compton. 

Gazette of * 

Mary H., daughter of the late John, and 

George Bowen, at Newport. Gazette of 
IRONS Sarah and James Thurber, both of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Palmyra and Darius N. Thurher, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Gazette 

of 
Deborah, 71, and James Steele, 76, at Isle of 

Wight Co., Va., 
Simon and Mary Cornell, at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 
John, of North Providence, and Reliance 

Chace, of and at Valley Falls. Gazette of 
Arnold, of this town, and Fanny Salisbury, 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
IRVING Nancy, of John, merchant, of Boston, 

and Duncan Stewart, Esq., collector of 

customs for New London, 
IVES Thomas, Esq., attorney-at-law, and -Ruth 

Foster, daughter of the late Hon. Jedediah, 

at Brookfield. Gazette of 
Thomas P., of this town, merchant, and Hope 

Brown, only daughter of Nicholas, Esq., 

married by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, 
Charlotte R., eldest daughter of Thomas P., 

and William G. Goddard, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Sept. 12, 1772 
March 23, 1805 

Feb. 12, 1824 
Feb. 21, 1824 
Feb. 13, 1 82 1 
Oct. 22, 1823 
Nov. 19, 1823 
Oct. 27, 1824 
Jan. 19, 181S 

March 2, 1816 

April 24, 1820 

May II, 1812 

Jan. 24, 1824 

June s, 1825 

Dec. 31, 1766 

March 18, 1786 

March 8, 1792 

May 22, 1 82 1 



JACK Sarah, daughter of Alexander, and Wil- 
liam Thurston, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 11, 1806 



160 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JACKINS Davis and Sarah Field, daughter of 
the late Samuel, of Cranston, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
JACKSON Sally, daughter of the late Stephen, 
Esq., and Tilley Merrick OIney. Gazette 
of 

Lydia, only daughter of George, Esq., de- 
ceased, and William Tyler, adjutant-major 
of Brigade. Gazette of 

Anne and Matthew Robinson, Esq., at South 
Kingstown. Gazette of 

Capt. Thomas and Polly Brown, daughter of 
Richard, of Providence Neck. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of the late Stephen, and 
John Angell. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and Capt. 
Bernon Dunn. Gazette of 

Capt. Stephen and Sophia Graves, daughter 
of the late Rev. John. Gazette of 

Susannah, daughter of Capt. Richard, and 
Benjamin Aborn. Gazette of 

Richard, Jr., merchant, and Abigail Wheaton, 
daughter of Nathaniel, Esq. Gazette of 

Major William and Eliza Willing, daughter 
of Thomas, Esq., president United States 
Bank, at Philadelphia, by the Rev. Dr. 
Blackwell. Gazette of 

Ruth, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and Capt. 
Lewis Bosworth, 

Phebe, daughter of Capt. Richard, and Sam- 
uel Arnold, of Baltimore, merchant. Ga- 
zette of 

Maria, only daughter of Capt. Thomas, and 
Cyrus Cole, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Major Samuel, of- this town, and Betsey 
Richmond, of and at Dighton. Gazette of 

Capt. Samuel and Sally Potter, daughter of 
Capt. William, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Gazette of , 

Nathan W., Esq., and Mary Anthony, daugh- 
ter of Daniel, of North Providence, at 
Friends' Meeting House, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 

John Tufts and Elizabeth Southworth, daugh- 
ter of Ephraim, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary, daughter of the late Dr. John, and 
William Treadwell, printer, at Portsmouth, 
N. H. Gazette of 

Stephen B. and Harriet Russell, both of and 
at Mendon. Gazette of 



March ii, 1824 
Feb. 29, 1772 

Dec. 3, 1774 
June 20, 1778 
Sept. 19, 1778 
April 16, 1785 
Oct. 20, 1792 
Nov. 24, 1792 

Oct. 5, 1793 
March 21, 1795 

Nov. 28, 1795 
Dec. 10, 1795 

Sept. 29, 1798 
Feb. 27, 1800 
Aug. 16, 1800' 

April II, i^oi 

Oct. 6, 1804 
March 24, 1807 

Dec. 4, 1813 
Sept. 3, 1814 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



161 



JACKSON John T. and Mrs. Sally Simmons, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at this town. 
Gazette of 

Rev. Henry and Maria S. Gano, daughter of 
Rev. Stephen, both of and at this town, by 
• Rev. Dr. Gano, 

JACOBS Miss and Ezekiel Durfee, both 

of this town, 

Nathaniel, Jr., and Polly Chace, daughter of 
Capt. William. Gazette of , 

Hannah, daughter of Nathaniel, and Samuel 
Proud. Gazette of 

Rev. Bela, of Somerset, and Sarah Sprague, 
of and at Newport. Gazette of 

Nancy, eldest daughter of Abel, of Thomp- 
son, Ct., and George W. Gladding, of this 
town, at said Thompson, 

Henry, merchant, and Maria Aborn, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., both of this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John, of Thompson, Ct., and Rachel Dean, 
of Killingly, by Rev. Mr Atkins, 

Olive, of Seekonk, and James Bliss, 3d, of 
Rehoboth, at said Seekonk, 

Clarrissa, youngest daughter of Dea. Calvin, 
of Rehoboth, and John Gladding, mer- 
chant, of this town, at said Rehoboth, by 

. Rev. Mr. Thompson, 

Samuel, formerly of this town, and Ann 
Stephenson Pennington, daughter of the 
late Josias, Esq., of and at Baltimore, by 
Rev. Mr. Barrow, 

Maria, of Windsor, Vt., and Dr. Walter V. 
Wheaton, of this town, 2d U.S. Infantry, 
at said Windsor. Gazette of 
JACQUES Betsey and John Goldsmith,' both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
JAKEWAYS Nancy and Caleb Collins, at East 

Greenwich, 
JAMES Sally, daughter of the late Allen, of 
Newport, and Benjamin Eddy, 2d. Ga- 
zette of 

Joseph, printer, and Miss Hopkins, 

'daughter of Samuel^ at Philadelphia. Ga- 
zette of 

Samuel, merchant, and Mrs. Polly Seamans, 
widow of Capt. Obed. Gazette of 

John, of this town, and Polly Ingraham, at 
Bristol. Gazette of 



May 2, 1818 

March 11, 1822 

July 16, 1769 

April 2, 1774 

Jan. 8, 1791 

Feb. 17, 1810 

April 22, 1 81 3 

Oct. 4, 1813 

Feb. 27, 1 814 

May 8, 1814 

Nov. 20, 1814 

March 5, 1816 

Feb. 13, 1819 
Jan. 8, 1824 
Nov. 8, 1807 

March 24, 1787 

Oct. I, 1791 
Dec. 6, 1794 
Jan. 30, 1796 



IQ2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JAMES John and Catharine Downing, eldest 
daughter of the late William, of Newport, 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ga- 
zette of Feb. 14. 1807 

William and Catharine Field, daughter of 
Lemuel, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of this 
town, Nov. 19, 1810 

George; of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Elizabeth 
Grinnell, daughter of the late Benjamm, of 
Little Compton, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, ' Nov. 28, 1816 

Martha, daughter of John, and Richard 
Eddy, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 2, 1822 

Joseph and Juliet Yearly, at his residence in 
Baltimore Co., Md., Wednesday evening. 
The next Sunday Mr. James died leaving 
his widow not full 13 years old, July 31, 1822 

Caleb B. and Lucy Reynolds, daughter of 
Judge Reynolds, at Richmond, R. I. Ga- 
zette of May 14, 1823 

Dr. Silas, of West Greenwich, and Caroline 
A. Gordon, of Sterling, Ct., by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Sept. 22, 1824 

Eliza N., eldest daughter of Eleazer, Esq., of 
Barre, Mass., and Charles Allen, Esq., of 
Worcester, Mass., attorney at law, at said 
Barre, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, July 4, 1825 

JANSEN Margaret and John Wynkoop, after a 
courtship of 45 years, the ages of the 
groom and' bride are between 60 and 70 
years, at Kingston, Ulster Co., N. Y. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 28, 1792 

John and Mrs. Catharine Houselander, both 
of Burlingham, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Van 
Doren, Jan. 24, 1815 

JAQUAYS Oliver and Virtue Havens, at South 

Kingstown. Gazette of Oct. 8, 1803 

JARMAN Catharine and William Jones, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 11, i8io 

JARVIS Rt. Rev. Abraham, Bishop of the Pro- 
testant Episcopal Church of Connecticut, 
and Lucy Lewis, of Philadelphia, at Trin- 
ity Church, New York, by Bishop Moore, July 4, 1806 

Susan and Daniel C. Gushing, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 16, 1809 

Darling and Eunice FairchiU, at Ridgefield, 
Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

JASTRAM Mowney and Mary Bacon, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, May 10, 1807 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



163 



JAY Miss 



-, only daughter of Sir James 



Jay, of New York, and John Ohil, Jr., in 
England. Gazette of 
JEFFERS Mary and William Smith, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Fanny and Richard Sayles, both of and at 
Smithfield. Gazette of 

Sarah, of Newport, and James A. Williams, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. 

Gazette of 

JEFFRAY Capt. Edward, of New London, and 

Hannah Goddard, at Newport. Gazette of 

Robert, of New York, merchant, and Re- 
becca Champlain Dexter, eldest daughter 
of Stephen, of and at this town, at St. 
John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
JEFFREY Patrick and Mrs. Mary Huyley, at 
Boston. Gazette of 

Thomas N., Esq., collector of the customs, at 
Halifax, N. S., and Martha Maria Uniacke, 
2d daughter of R. J., Esq., at Halifax, N. 
S. Gazette of 

Francis, Esq., of Edinburgh, Scot., and 
Charlotte Wilkes, daughter of Charles, at 
New York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen. Gazette 
of 
JENCKES Sally, daughter of Jeremiah, of Cov- 
entry, and Stephen Wilbur, of Scituate. 
Gazette of 

Capt. Sylvanus and Freelove Fenner, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. James. Gazette of 

Sally and Dr. Thomas Truman, both of this^ 
town. Gazette of 

Capt. Charles and Debey Cadman, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of Capt. Ebenezer, de- 
ceased, and Dr. Elias Pennyman. Ga- 
zette of 

Jeremiah and Lucy Whipple, daughter of 
Jeremiah, Esq., at Cumberland. Gazette of 

Joanna, daughter of John, Esq., and Joseph 
Dolbeare Russell. Gazette of 

Lieut. Oliver and Bethiah Taylor. Gazette 
of 

Patience, daughter of David, and Thomas 
Newell, at Cumberland. Gazette of 

John, Esq., of this town, and Mrs. Abigail 
Bowers, widow of Caleb, of Swanzey, 

Joseph, of this town, merchant, and Polly 
Bowers, daughter of Jerathmel, Esq., at 
Swanzey. Gazette of 



Nov. 28, 1807 

April 13, 181 1 

March 22, 1823 

June 2, 1824 
Aug. 31. 1799 

Oct. 29, 1822 
June 17, 1786 

June 15, 1805 

Oct. 23, 1813 

Jan. 27, 1770 

July II, 1772 

Feb. 6, 1773 

Dec. 10, 1774 

Dec. 10, 1774 
March 16, 1776 
Nov. 28, 1778 
Feb. 10, 1 78 1 
May 21, 1785 
Jan. 14, 1787 

March 22, 1788 



164 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



JENCKES Capt. Scott and Sarah Updike, 
daughter of Capt. John, 

Capt. Jeremiah and Mrs. Ann Whipple. Ga- 
zette of 

Sally, daughter of Capt. Sylvanus, deceased, 
and James Fenner, Esq. Gazette of 

Capt. John and Elizabeth Gushing, daughter 
of the late Benjamin. Gazette of 

Mary Throop, daughter of the late John, 
Esq., and Benjamin Gushing, of New .York, 
merchant. Gazette of 

Benjamin, of Smithfield, and Mary Brown, 
daughter of the late Obadiah, of Glocester. 
Gazette of 

Ebenezer, merchant, and Mary Throop 
Nightingale, daughter of Dea. Samuel. 
Gazette of 

Charles, of East Windsor, Ct., merchant, and 
Martha Mowry, daughter of the late Col. 
Elisha, at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Ebenezer, merchant, of Georgia, and Sally 
Sheldon, daughter of Capt. James, of 
Cranston, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary, second daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, of 
this town, and Capt. Walter Armington, of 
Rehoboth, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of 

Amey, daughter of the late Capt. Charles, 
and Stephen Smith, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Hitchcock, 

John Charles and Sally Snow, daughter of 
the late Daniel, by the Rev. Mr. Snow, 

Diana, of Wrentham, and Wheaton Bragg, 
of this town, at Wrentham. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of Capt. Charles, and Daniel 
Mason, merchant, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 

Capt. Daniel and Patience Bartlett, daugh- 
ter of the late Elisha, Esq., at Smithfield, 

Ruby and Lemuel S. Whitney, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 

Capt. William C. and Sally Davis, eldest 
daughter of John, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
in this town, 

Washington, of Smithfield, and Amey Buck- 
lin, daughter of the late John, at Reho- 
both, 

Sterry, of Cumberland, and Nancy Dexter, 
daughter of Jonathan, of and at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Place. Gazette of 



Aug. 29, 1790 

Sept. 22, 1792 

Nov. 17, 1792 

Oct. 19, 1793 

March i, 1794 

Feb. 14, 1795 

Sept. 12, 179s 

Feb. 4, 1797 

Aug. II, 1799 

Oct. 25, 1800 

Oct. IS, 1801 

Nov. 22, 1801 

Jan. 2, 1802 

Oct. 8, 1803 
March 9, 1805 
Sept. 28, 1805 

Aug. 7, 1806 

May 17, 1807 



March 26, 1808 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



165 



JENCKES Amey, eldest daughter of Jerath- 
meal, and Nathaniel G. B. Dexter, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Gazette of 

Amey and Smith Capron, at Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Boomer, formerly of this 
State, and Joshua Nines, at Marlborough, 
Vt. Gazette of 

Livmgstone, formerly of this State, and Sarah 
Buffinton, daughter of Benjamin, at Or- 
well, Penn., 

Oliver A., merchant, and Eliza H. Brown, in 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah and Oliver Shaw, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Hervey, late of this town, and Hannah 
Slaughter, at Hudson, N. Y. Gazette of 

Arnold W., of Cumberland, and Louisa Peck, 
of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 

Henry, Esq., of Smithfield, R. I., and Mrs. 
Lydia Robinson, of Adams, Mass., eldest 
daughter of Thomas Jenckes, of and at 
New Lebanon, N. Y., 

Whipple, of this town, and Frances Davis, 
of Troy, Mass., at Cumberland, by. Rev^ 
Mr. Baker, 

Renssalaer J., formerly of this town, and 
Sarah Woodburn, of and at Warren, Penn, 

Thomas B., of Newport, N. H., and Abigail 
W. Allen, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Carrique, 

Stephen, Esq., of North Providence, and 
^ Ruth Arnold, daughter of Joshua, of and 
at Smithfield, 

Ann Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Capt. 
John, and Col. Henry Manton, of John- 
ston, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary G. and Silvanus H. Bushee, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Gershom C. and Mary Ann B. Morris, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Reuben, Esq., and Mrs. Nancy Smith, widow 
of the late Col. John, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
all of and at Cumberland,. 

Isaac, Esq., and Freelove Dexter, daughter 
of Major Nathan, of Charlton, Mass., by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, at Cumberland, 

John, of Warwick, and Nancy C. Bellows, of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Nov. 9, 1808 
March 18, 1809 

May 5, 1810 

Jan..!, 1812 
June 14, 1812 
Oct. 20, 181^ 

Jan. 2, 1813 
April 6, 1 8 14 

Feb. 27, 1 81 5 

June 8, 181 5 
Jan. 25, 1 817 

Nov. 27, 1 8 17 

March 23, 181 8 

May 21, 1818 
Nov. 16, 1819 
Dec. 10, 1818 

Feb. 10, 1820 

Feb. 13, 1820 
April 30, 1820 



H^Q VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JENCKES Daniel, Esq., late of this town, and 

Rachal Ewing, second daughter of 

Nathaniel, Esq., President of the State 

Bank of Indiaha, of and at Vincennes, Ind., May 2, 1820 

Jerathmeel, Esq., of Pawtucket, and Mrs. 

Hannah Collins, of Canterbury, Ct., at 

said Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 7, 1820 

Alfred, of Holmesburg, Penn., and Sally 

Albro, of' and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Nov. 2, 1820 

Capt. Alvin, of Pawtucket, and Abigail 

Comstock, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. 

Mr. Williams, Dec. 14, 1820 

Arnold, of Wrentham, and Betsey Ballou, 

daughter of Abner, Esq., of and at Cum- 

befland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 19, 1820 

Prescilla Bucklin and Charles Robbins, both 

of this town, at St. John's Church, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 10, 1821 

William Scott, formerly of this town,' and 
I Petrona Ximeno, daughter of Don Jose M. 

Ximeno, of and at Matanzas, June 29, 1821 

George, 2d, and Betsey Miller, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, at Pawtucket, July i, 1821 

Hosea and Anna Hall, both of Smithfield, at 

Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Sept. 30, 1821 

Sarah Ann, daughter of the late Jerathmeel, 

and Philip Potter, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict. Gazette of Dec. 8, 1821 

Albert C, and Minerva Kinsley, at Paw- 
tucket. Gazette of Jan. 26, 1822 
Lydia and Jesse Brown, both of North 

Providence, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft. Gazette of June 15, 1822 

Hartford and Sarah Whipple, both of and 

at Cumberland, Aug. 25, 1822 

Russell and Julia Dexter, both of Cumber- 
land, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 9, 1822 
Mary E., of Warwick, and Jonathan Knowles, 

of Cranston, at said Warwick. Gazette of Oct. 2, 1822 

Freelove C, daughter of Capt. John, of 

Smithfield, and William J. Manton, of 

Johnston, at said Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Oct. 14, 1822 

William and Ruth O. Bates, daughter of 
- Col. James N. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1822 

Whipple, of Cumberland, and Wealthy Webb, 

of and at Seekonk, Jan. 19, 1823 

Lyndon, of North Providence, and Hannah 

Ann Gage, of Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, ' April i;, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 167 

JENCKES Sophia and Whipple Metcalf, both of 
Cumberland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, July 2, 1823 

Evelina, daughtfer of the late William, of 
Smithfield, and' Stephen Hutchinson, at 
said Smithfield, Sept. 4, 1823 

Lydia C. and James Turner, at Pawtucket. 

Gazette of Jan. 10, 1824 

Susan Snow, daughter of Dea. John C, and 
Lloyd Shaw, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Tides, Feb. 20, 1825 

Martha G., of this town, and Joseph Shaw, 
of Portsmouth, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
•Brown, , Nov. 21, 1824 

Capt. Alvin and Alcy Briggs, both of Central 

Falls, at Cumberland. Gazette of April 6, 1825 

George W. C. and Lydia Smith, eldest 
daughter of Jeremiah, both of arid at 
Smithfield. Gazette of May i, 1825 

Lyman, of Ludlow, Mass., and Catharine B. 
Sutton, daughter of Oliver, of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 2, 1825 

Caroline, daughter of John, Esq., of Smith- 
field, and William H. Cooke, at said Smith- 
field, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 31, 1825 
JENKIN Jeremiah F., merchant, and Polly 
Chace, daughter of Abraham, of New 
York State, by Rev. Mr. Badger, of the 
Episcopal Church. Oct. 17, 1784 
JENKINS Elizabeth, daughter of John, mer- 
chant, and Capt. John Thurston, of and at ' 
Newport. Gazette of June 27, 1772 

Hannah, daughter of the late Joseph, Esq., 
and William Sprague, at East Greenwich. 
Gazette of Aug. 30, 1777 

Prudence, daughter of John, and Dr. John 

Chace. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1778 

Robert, of Boston, merchant, and Ann Tay- 
lor, daughter of Claver, Esq., at Ports- 
mouth, R. I.; Dec. 2, 1781 

Lewis, late of this town, and Rebecca 
Hooper, daughter of Hon. Robert, Esq., 
of Marblehead, at Newburyport, by Rev. 
Mr. Bass. Gazette of June 10, 1780 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, merchant, and 
John Alsop, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Providence, March 7, 1782 

Heroine, daughter of John, of this town, and 

Dr. Talman, at Hudson, N. Y. 

Gazette of Feb. 4, 1786 



168 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JENKINS Mrs. Ann and Moses Grant, mer- 
chant, both of Boston, by the Rev. Mr. 
Clarke, 

Thomas, Esq., Mayor of Hudson, N. Y., and 
Mrs. Peggy Hussey, widow of Capt. Paul, 
at Hudson, N. Y., by the Rev. Mr. Wig- 
ton. Gazette of 

Robert, merchant, and Maria Jane Touquet, 
at Newburyport. Gazette of 

Marshall, Jr., merchant, and Sarah Jenkins, 
daughter of Thomas, Esq., Mayor of Hud- 
son, N. Y., at Hudson, N. Y. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of Thomas, Esq., Mayor of 
Hudson, N. Y., and Marshall Jenkins, Jr., 
merchant, at Hudson, N. Y. Gazette of 

Ruth and George DeBlois, Esq., of Boston, 
at Newburyport. Gazette of 

Lewis, merchant, formerly of this town, and 
Eliza M. Atwater, daughter of Hon. 
Moses, at Canandaigua, N. Y. Gazette of 

William, of this town, and Hannah Alspp, 
daughter of John, of and at Athens, N. Y., 
at the Friends Meeting House there, 

John F., Esq., and Mary Ann Pike, of this 
town, at Lexington, Ky., 

William, of this town, and Anna Almy, 
daughter, of William, of and at Cranston, 
at the Friends' Meeting House there, 
JENKINSON Richard Francis and Mary Smith, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
JENNINGS Lydia W. and Gilbert Rich, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
JENNISON Samuel, Jr., of Worcester, and 
Mary G. Ellery, of Neyvport, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
JENNY Mary and Samuel Child, of Warren, 

R. I., at Baltimore, 
J EPSON Martha and Jonathan Leonard, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Eliza and Edward Field, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
JERAULD Samuel and Clorinda Knight, daugh- 
ter of Oliver, at Warwick, 

William, of North Providence, and Adah 
Bucklin, of and at Seekonk, 

Betsey and Elisha Baker,-, both of and at 
Warwick, 

Daniel D. and Harriet L. Casey, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 



Feb. 14, 1798 

June 4, 1803 
July 2, 1803 

April 28, 1804 

April 28, 1804 
July I, 1809 

Feb. 24, 1816 

April 23, 1817 
March 14, 1822 

July 17, 1823 
April 29, 1815 
Aug. 22, 1824 

Oct. IS, 1815 

Feb. 16, 1812 

April 16, 1 82 1 

Sept. II, 1822 

Sept. 20, 1812 

Dec. IS, 1 814 

June 10, 1821 

Aug. 2S, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 169 

JERAULD Mary N. and Amos A. Tillinghast, 
cashier of Pawtucket Bank, both of and at 
Seekonk, by ReV. Mr. Barney, Sept. 14, 1824 

JESTRAM Joseph and Cynthia Lyndon, both of 
Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, May 15, 1813 

JEWELL Dea. Daniel, of Greenville, in 82nd year, 
and Mrs. Mary Allen, in 85th year, grand- 
mother of the late Lieut. Allen, killed by 
pirates. She is his fourth wife, at West- 
boro, N. Y. Gazette of May 14, 1823 

JEWETT Ednah, daughter of Paul, and Henry 

Gushing, of this town, at Rowley, Mass., May 24, 1804 

Elizabeth, of Hollis, N. H., .and Artemas 
Thayer, of Milford, at Hollis, N. H. Ga- 
zette of Feb.' 22, 1806 
Jane and Capt. William Peabody, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 180; 

Ephraim and Mrs. Nancy Whitney, both of 

and at Attleboro. Gazette of Jan. i, 1825 

JILLSON Phebe and Jesse Alexander, at Cum- 
berland. Gazette of Jan. 5, 1788 
Asa, of Cumberland, and Ann Sabin, daugh- 
ter of John, in this town, June 14, 1807 
Esther Brown and Luther Carpenter, both 
of Rehoboth, by the Rev. Mr. Hill. Ga- 
zette of June 20, 1807 
Oliver and Sally Angell, eldest daughter of 
Thomas, both of this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Jan. 10, 1816 
Sally, eldest daughter of Oliver, and Ebene- 
zer P. Brown, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, April 3, 1821 
David, of Attleboro, and Polly Shorey, of 

Seekonk, at former place. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1823 

Eunice and Lemuel Crapon, both of and at 

Cumberland. Gazette of Feb. 4, 1824 

JINSON Harriet and William Niles, at Pawtuxet, Nov. 12, 1820 
JOBSON Jane, only child of the late John, Esq., 
of Lochore, Fifeshire, and Walter Scott, 
Esq., Lieutenant isth Hussars, eldest son 
of Sir Walter, of Abbotsford, Bart., at Ed- 
inburgh, Feb. 3, 1825 
JOHNSON Sally, of this town, and James Bent- 
ley, of East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Snow, Nov. 16, 1790 
Samuel and Nancy Gilmore, daughter of 

Nathaniel. Gazette of Jan. 12, 1793 

Ebenezer and Nabby Pitman, daughter of 
Saunders. Gazette of June 15, 1793 



170 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JOHNSON Louisa, second daughter of Joshua, 
Esq., of Great Tower Hill, London, and 
John Quincy Adams, Esq., son of John, 
President of the United States, at Lon. 
don. Gazette of 

Matthew Robinson, son of the late Augustus, 
Esq., and Anstress Ellery Almy, daughter 
of Capt. Benjamin, at Newport, by the 
Rev. Mr. Dehon. Gazette of 

Dr. Willis, of Sturbridge, Mass., and Dolly 
Flynn, of and at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Lyman, 

Carolina Virginia Marylanda and Andrew 
Buchanan, of Baltimore, merchant, at Bos- 
ton, 

Mary, daughter of Isaac, and Thomas Kelton, 
at Coventry. Gazette of 

Harriet, of Middletown, Ct., and Rev. Henry 
Grew, of Hartford, at Middletown, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Grant. Gazette of 

Catharine, sister ,of Mrs. Adams, the minis- 
ter's lady, and William Steuben Smith, 
Esq., secretary of the American Legation, 
in Russia. Gazette of 

Charles and Frances Stephens Cutter, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Jesse, aged i8 or 19 years, 4 ft. i in. high, 
weight 75 lbs., and Nancy Fowler, age 26 
or 27 years, 6 ft. 2 in. high, weight 250 lbs., 
at Montgomery Co., Ky. Gazette of 

John, of this town, and Abigail G. Barker, of 
and at Gorham, Me. Gazette of 

Levi, Esq., and Mary Place, only daughter of 
Philip, both of and at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Palmer, 

Abby H., of this town, and Paul Greene, of 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Dr. Artemus and Mrs. Eliza N. Davenport, 
of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Louisa and Gamaliel Smith, at Smithfield, 

Amey, of North Providence, and Fenner An- 
gell, of this town, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, 

Lydia and Rufus King, both of and at Cran- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Mary T., of Nashville, Tenn., and Joseph B. 
Knowles, formerly of this town, at said 
Nashville, 

Dr. Pelegand Mrs. Harriet Hines, daughter 
of Cyrus French, Esq., at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 



Sept. 23, 1797 

March 29, 1800 

March 30, 1806 

July 21, 1807 
Sept. 24, 1808 

May 19, 1810 

June 19, 1813 
Feb. 27, 1 8 14 

April 5, 18 17 
May 31, 1817 

Dec. 17, 1818 

Nov. 28, 1819 

June IS, 1820 
Aug. 16, 1820 

Oct. 31, 1820 
Nov. 26, 1820 

April 12, 1 82 1 

June 6, 1 82 1 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



171 



JOHNSON Charles, of Bellefonte, Penn., and 
Penelope Cooke, of Coventry, at Groton, 
Ct., 

Dr. Charles and Penelope Cooke, of this 
town, at Stonington, Ct. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Capt. John, and Isaac 
Stacars, of this town, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Christopher, of East Greenwich, and Han- 
nah W. Whitford, daughter of Silas, of 
Sandwich, Mass., in this town. Gazette of 

Lindsey and Sally C. Weaver, at Coventry. 
Gazette of 

Mary Saunders, daughter of Ebenezer, and 
Constant Burr Moshier, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Betsey, of Thompson, Ct., and Aaron Corbin, 
of Woodstock, at former town. Gazette of 

Oliver, of Centreville, Warwick, and Hannah 
S. Davis, daughter of Ezra, of and at North 
Kingstown. Gazette of 

Mrs. Sarah and Peter B. Stuart, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Stephen and Mrs. Lydia Miller, at Warren. 
Gazette of 

Abby, of Newport, and James E. Budlong, of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 

Abby, daughter of Capt. John, of Newport, 
and James E. Budlong, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Emory and Elizabeth Dennis, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
JOHANNETT Elizabeth and Haile Bowen, at 
Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette 
of 
JONES Edward and Henrietta Overing, of New- 
port, at Hopkinton. Gazette of 

Sally, of Providence, and Ensign William 
Allen, of the Continental Army. Gazette 
of 

Thomas, merchant, and Esther Dunn, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Samuel. Gazette of 

John P., merchant, and Hope Miller, of this 
town. Gazette of 

Capt. William and Nancy Dunn, daughter of 
Capt. Samuel. Gazette of 

John P., of this town, merchant, and Rebecca 
Burroughs, daughter of Samuel, of New- 
port. Gazette of 



Sept. 30, 1 82 1 
Dec. 8, 1 82 1 

Jan. 8, 1823 

April 30, 1823 
June II, 1823 

Dec. 23, 1823 
Jan. 17, 1824 

Sept. II, 1824 
Dec. I, 1824 

April 24, 1825 
May II, 1825 

June 13, 1825 

June 22, 1825 
Sept. 28, 1825 

Dec. 6, 1817 
June 13, 1772 

Feb. 3, 1776 

March 29, 1777 

Dec. 20, 1777 

March 17, 1787 

Oct. 23, 1790 



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JONES John Coffin, Esq., of Boston, and Eliza 
Champlain, daughter of Col. Christopher, 
at Newport, by Rev. William Smith. Ga- 
zette of 

Henry Charles, Esq., merchant, and Amey 
Whipple Burrough, of Providence, at New 
York, by the Rev. Mr. Pilmore. Gazette 
of 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Wil- 
liam Dabney, of Charleston, 5. C., at Mil- 
ford. Gazette of 

Rev. John P. and Mrs. Mary Cornell, by the 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 

Eleanor and Capt. John Boit, of Boston, at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Frances, eldest daughter of Thomas, and 
Elisha Dyer, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Harriet and Lieut. Lewis Howard, by the 
Rev. Mr. Dehon, at Newport. Gazette of 

Dr. Edward and Mrs. Ann Pope, widow of 
the late William, at Boston. \ Gazette of 

Thomas, Jr., merchant, of this town, and 
Sarah Manton, daughter of Col. Jeremiah, 
of Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Benjamin E., of this town, and Phebe Cole, 
of and at Warwick, by the Rev. Mr. Lit- 
tlefield. Gazette of 

Elfrida, aged 15, and Samuel Rogers, aged 
78. The bride became grandmother to a 
^ Miss two days younger than herself. At 

Richford, Vt. Gazette of 

Josiah, senior editor of the Columbian Phoe- 
nix, and Mary Traverse, of and at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Abigail C. G., daughter of Hon. John Coffin 
Jones, of Boston, and Joseph Cutler, mer- 
chant, at Newburyport. Gazette of 

Henry, of New York, merchant, and Mary 
Smith, of Philadelphia, at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Philadelphia. Gazette of 

William and Catharine Jarman, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Eliza R., second daughter of Alexander, and 
Joshua B. Wood, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Benjamin D., merchant, and Mary H. Youtig, 
second daughter of Thomas, both of Provi- 
dence, at Enfield, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Pruden, 

John P., 2d, and Maria Peck, second daugh- 
ter of Capt. Joseph, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 



Sept. 17, 1 79 1 

Oct. 18, 1794 

Sept. 9, 1797 

Dec. 2, 1797 

Aug. 31, i;99 

Oct. 15, 1801 
June 23, 1804 
June 28, 1806 

Sept. 4, 1806 

Oct. II, 1806 

Feb. 13, 1808 

Feb. 25, 1808 

June 18, 1808 

March 25, 1809 

Feb. II, 1810 

Oct. 4, 1810 

Oct. 24, 1 8 10 

Oct. 28, 1 8 10 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES I73 

JONES Joshua and Huldah Williams, daughter 

of Jabez, all of Foster, and descendants of 

Roger Williams, Oct. 29, 18 10 

William Owen and Harriet Hill, both of this 

town, at Bristol, Nov. 18, 18 10 

Abel and Julia Maria Bourne, daughter of 

the late Hon. Benjamin, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Wight, , June 10, 181 1 

Esther D., youngest daughter of Thomas, 

merchant, and George S. Rathbone, mer- 
chant, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. S, 181 1 
Sarah P. and Rhodes G. Allen, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Sept. 8, 181 1 

Capt.' Jenkins D. and Judith Lyon, of Reho- 

bbth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Sept. 11, 181 1 

Harriet F., daughter of Alexander, Esq., and 

John B. Chace, merchant, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, in St. John's 

Church, Nov. 3, 181 1 

Harriet Dunn, daughter of the Governor, 

arid Thomas Coles Hoppin, merchant, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 12, 181 1 

Ann M. and Joseph Tillinghast, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Gazette of Aug. 15, 1812 

Susan, of this town, and Job Seekel, of Taun- 
ton, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 6, 1812 
Mary M., third daughter of Alexander, Esq., 

and Cyrus Alden, Esq., attorney at law, of 

Wrentham, Mass., at St. John's Church, 

by Rev. Mr!. Crocker, May 24, 18 13 

Ansel, aged 44, last 10 of which he has spent 

in widowhpod, and Deborah A. Clarke, 

aged 15, at Saybrook, Ct. Gazette of Jan. 7, 1815 

Sarah Dunn and John Anthony Thomas, 

both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov, 6, 181 5 

Susannah, aged 16 years, and Thomas Con- 
nor, Esq., aged 81 years, both of Prince 

George Co., Md., at Washington. Gazette 

of May 9, i8i6 

' Samuel Burroughs, merchant, and Susan C. 

Cash, both of Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, Sept. 20, 1817 

, Adaline Mary, of Savannah, Ga., and Ed- 
ward R. Young, of this town, at Savannah, 

Ga., Oct. IS, 1818 

Mrs. Mary Hampton Young and John 

Mackie, M. D., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 29, 18 18 

Thomas, of Louisvillle, Ky., and Jeannette 

Keith, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, ' Sept. 21, 1819 



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JONES Alexander, Jr., of this town, and Ann 
Northey Churchill, daughter of Capt. Ben- 
jamin K., of and at Bristol, at St. Mi- 
chael's Church, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Gris- 
wold, 

Mrs. Catharine, of this town, and Capt. Reu- 
ben Pierce, of North Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Angeline, of Rehoboth, and SamueLNorris 
Brown, of this town, at said Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Luther, 

Ruth and Samuel Mason, Jr., both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Phebe and Elisha Padelford, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mary H., youngest daughter of the late Rev. 
John P., and Henry Thurber, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 

Caroline P., daughter of Alexander E., of 
this town, and Rev. Samuel B. Shaw, of 
North , Kingstown, at St. John's Church, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Mary and John Newman, both of and at this 
town. Gazette of 

Thomas Ap. Catesby, Esq., Master Com- 
mandant U. S. Navy, and Mary W. Car- 
ter, second daughter of the late Charles, of 
Richmond Co., in Virginia. Gazette of 

Capt Jeremiah, of Dighton, Mass., and 
Sarah Brown, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 

Emeline, of Charleston, S. C, and Lucinda 
Nichols, daughter of Jonathan, of this 
town', at former place by Rev. Mr. Brown. 
Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of Capt. S , of Med- 

way, and Charles Hill, of Sherbourne, at 
-said Medway, by Rev. Mr. Bailey, 

William, of Charleston, S. C, and Mary Ann 
Warren, daughter of Samuel, of and at 
Bristol, 

Nabby, daughter of Capt. S , of Med- 
way, Mass., and Thomas Munyan, of this 
town, at said Medway, 

Mrs. Esther, of Foster, and Rev. John 
Adams, of Killingly, Ct., at said Foster, 

Elizabeth and Mary, twin sisters, daughters 
of Edward, of Brunswick, aud Elijah and 
Reuben Cole, twin brothers, of China, Me., 
married at the Friends' Meeting House, at 
Dorham, Me. Gazette of 



Nov. 3, 1819 

June 5, 1820 

March 19, 1820 
Sept. 24, 1820 
Oct. i4, 1 82 1 

May 2, 1822 

Aug. I, 1822 
March 19, 1823 

July 12, 1823 
Nov. 10, 1823 

April 28, 1824 

July II, 1824 

Sept. 12, 1824 

Dec. 12, 1824 
Sept. 4, 1825 

October 8, 1825 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 175 

JORDAN Joanna, daughter of Josiah, and Capt. 

Henry Cahoone, of Newport, at Boston. 

Gazette of May 14, 1808 

Caleb and Susan Bates, of Providence, at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Nov. 15, 18 12 

Cynthia and Stephen Leonard Knight, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, all of and at Cranston, Dec. 5, 1819 

JOSEPHINE the Princess, b. March 30, 1739. 

The Imperial Minister at the Court ot 

Bavana made a solemn demand for her hand 

in marriage for the King of the Romans, Oct. 16, 1764 

JOSLIN Hannah, daughter of Thomas, and Da- 
vid Bartlett, at Cumberland. Gazette of March 10, 1798 
Comfort, of Thompson, Ct., and George W. 

Comstock, of Smithfield, at said Thomp- 
son, by Rev. Mr. Crosby, Feb. 4, 1817 
Alfred and Nancy F. Blake, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 31, 1822 

JUDD Elihu and Aurelia Fairchild, at Newtown, 

Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

JUSTICE Philip and Polly HackeB, daughter of 

Joshua. Gazette of ' Nov. 23, 1771 

JUSTIN Mary Ann and William Bacon, both of 

and at this town. Gazette of Jan. 10, 1824 

Mary Ann and Horace Learned,, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1824 



K 



KAIGN Hannah, daughter of Charles, de- 
ceased, and Charles Dunham, at Newport. 

Gazette of July 28, 1792 

KAIGHN Peleg and Eliza Coggeshall, daughter 

of Billings, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 5, 1796 

Charles and Susan F. Burdict, daughter of 

the late Lawton, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. i, 1823 

KAIN Mrs. , of Boston, and Thomas Sa- 

bin (erroneous). Gazette of Aug. 14,1773 

KALLOCK Mary, daughter of Sheperd, Esq., 

editor of the New Jersey Journal, and 

Frederick Nash, Esq., of Newbern, N. C, 

at Elizabethtown. Gazette of Sept. 17, 1803 

KANE Oliver, of New York, merchant, and 

Ann Eliza Clarke, eldest daughter of John 

I., by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 22, 1803 

Elizabeth and Thomas Williams, at Albany. 

Gazette of - Nov. 23, 181 1 



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KANE Mary, daughter of Elias, Esq., of Albany, 
N. Y., and William C. Gibbs, Governor of 
Rhode Island, at said Albany, by Rev. Mr. 
Chester, 

KARHAMANHA Dowager of Tamahamaha, 
late King of the Sandwich Islands, and 
Tamoree, Sen., King of Atoor, at Woahoo, 
S. I. Gazette of 

KASSON Nancy, daughter of Archibald, Esq., 
of Coventry, and John Kelley, of Plainfield. 
Gazette of 

KAULL Charlotte, daughter of John, and 
George Cox, Jr., at Newport. Gazette of 

KEECH Judeth, daughter of Joseph, and Elisha 
King, at Glocester. Gazette of 
Rhoda, of Providence, and Rev. David Cur- 
tis, of Warwick, by Rev. Dr. Gano, . Ga- 
zette of 
Eddy, of Glocester, and Celia Smith, of and 

at I?urrillville. Gazette of 
Joanna, of Seekonk, and Thomas S. Shaw, of 

Attleboro, at said Seekonk. Gazette of 
Olney, of this town, and Joanna Manton 
Benchley, of North Providence, at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Brown^ 
Miranda, of Glocester, and James H. Bugbee, 
of this town, at said Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

KEEP Martha, only daughter of Stephen, of 
Longmeadow, Mass., and James Snow, Jr., 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 
William J., of Longmeadow, Mass., and Maria 
Tibbetts, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Manchester, 

KEENE Huldah, daughter of Major Charles, 
and Joseph Burrell, Jr. Gazette of 

Deborah, daughter of Prince, and James 
Burr. Gazette of 

Josiah and Abby Hall, daughter of Col. Levi, 
of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Sally, daughter of John, and Edward S. Ar- 
nold, of Smithfield, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Marian, of this town, and Philip Wea- 
ver, of Coventry, at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

William P., formerly of this town, and Han- 
nah F. Randolph, of Jersey City, at New 
York. Gazette of 



June 2, 1822 

May 15, 1822 

May 1 8, 1776 
Sept. 10, 1823 
June 22, 1805 

July 14^ 1810 
June 15, 1822 
Nov. 30, 1822 

Sept. 9, 1824 

June 28, 1825 

Jan. 14, 1821 

Feb. 21, 1822 

April 24, 1784 

May 28, 1785 

Feb. 9, 1808 

Feb. 27, 1810 

March 29, 18 12 

Feb. 28, 1820 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES \Jf 

KEESE John D., merchant, of New York, and 
Harriet Mumford, daughter of John P., 
Esq., at New York. Gazette of Dec. 29, 18 10 

KEITH George, merchant, of Thompson, Ct., 
and Po% Thayer, daughter of Brigadier- 
General Thayer. Gazette of April 2, 1796 

Sylvanus, merchant, and Margaret Howard, 
both of Charleston, S. C.. in this town, Nov. 23, 1806 

Lydia, of Charlestown, Mass., and William 

Manning, printer, at Boston. Gazette of Aug. 21, 1813 

Jeannette, of this town, and Thomas Jones, 
of Louisville, Ky., at this town, by Rev. 

- Dr. Gano, Sept. 21, 1819 

Deborah, daughter of Royal, Esq., of Graf- 
ton, and Orray Taft, at said Grafton, Mass. 
Gazette of Sept. 26, 1821 

Joseph D. and Lucy Bundy, at Thompson, 

Ct. Gazette of Feb. 7, 1824 

KELL Bridget, 80, and W Robinson, tin- 
ker, 76, after 46 years' courtship, in Eng- 
land. Gazette of Sept. 27, 1817 
KELLER Maria Susan and Dr. Frederick Dix, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at this town, Jan. 11, 1824 

KELLEY Samuel, upwards of 80 years, and 
Mrs. Abigail Beal, of Ipswich, aged 52 
years, at Rowley, Mass. Gazette of June 6, 1772 

John, of Plainfield, and Nancy Kasson, 

daughter of Archibald, Esq., of Coventry. 1 

Gazette of - May 18, 1776 

Lydia, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and Joha 

Northup, at Smithfield. Gazette of April 19, 1788 

Duncan and Sarah Kent, at Barrington. Ga- 
zette "of Nov. 29, 1794 

James and Hannah Kent, at Barrington. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 6, 1794 

Cloe and Ransford Smith, of Connecticut, 

at Barrington. Gazette of Feb. 11, 1797 

Lydia and Thomas Shefifield, of Newport, at 

Barrington. Gazette of ' Sept. 21, 1799 

Abigail and James Alger, at Warren. Ga- 
zette of July 16, 1803 

James and Mrs. Mary Patterson, bothr of this 

town, by Rev. Mr Wilson. Gazette of Aug. 16, 1806 

Capt. Wilbur, of this town, and Abby Eliza 
Whipple, only daughter of the late Chris- 
topher, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Sept. 24, 18 10 

John and Louisa Martin, both of and at Bar- 
rington, by Rev. Mf. ShUrtleff, May 23,1821 



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KELLEY Sarah, of Barrington, and Capt. 

Samuel J. Mathewson, of Warren, at said 

Barrington, bj^ Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Asa, of Burrillville, and Paulina Read, only 

daughter of Simeon, Jr., of Johnston, at 

Cransllon. Gazette of 
Harriet, of Oakham. Mass., and Warren 

Batchellor, at said Oakham, by Rev. Mr. 

Tantinson, 
Capt. Ebenezer and Sophia P. Batch, only 

daughter of John R., of and at this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Mary, of Valley Falls, and Otis M. Inman, of 

Pawtucket, at said former place. Gazette 

of 
Mary Ann, of Seekonk, and Simeon Drowne, 

of and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wood, 
William and Henry Henderson, at the Parish 

of Urr, Scotland. She died in I2 hours 

after the ceremony. Gazette of 
KELTON Mrs. Annie, of this town, aged 72 

years, and* John Taylor, of Johnston, aged 

89 years, 
John and Polly Owen. Gazette of 
Waite, daughter of the late Stephen, and 

Joshua Rathbun. Gazette of 
Phebe and Capt. Samuel Wheaton. Gazette 

of 
Thomas and Mary Johnson,daughter of Isaac, 

at Coventry. Gazette of 
Eliza and David Whipple, in this town, 
Amey, daughter of Harris, of Johnston, and 

David Atwood, of Scituate, at said John- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
Cynthia and James Carpenter, both of Attle- 

boro, at Pawtucket. Gazette of 
M. B., of Boston, and Joseph Partridge, of 

this town, late of England, at said Boston, 

by Rev. Mr. Eaton. Gazette of 
Rev. Amos, of Taunton, and Alice Chace, of 

Swanzey, at Wellington, Mas& Gazette of 
KEMPTON Samuel and Hannah Davis, by Rev 

Mr. Clarke. Gazette of 
Martin and Olive Hoxsie, eldest daughter of 

Christopher, Esq., at Smithfield, 
KENDALL Abijah, of Medford, and Waitey A. 

Grant, of and at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. 

Judson. Gazette of 
Thomas, of Boston, and Rebecca Smith, 

daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Smith, of 

and at Haverhill. Gazette of . 



May 23, 1 82 1 
Aug. 21, 1822 
April 10, 1823 

Sept. 8, 1823 

Feb. 21, 1824 
Sept. 2, 1824 

Aug. 24, 1825 

Jan. 8, 1767 
Aug. 12, 1769 

Sept. 27, 1794 

June II, 1796 

Sept. 24, 1808 
Dec. 26, 1808 

March 5, 1821 
Jan. 16, 1822 

June 26, 1822 

Dec. 27, 1823 

March 24, 1798 

March 15, 1823 

Dec. 17, 1808 

Sept. 30, 1809 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 179 

KENDALL Oliver and Betsey Tallman, 
youngest daughter of Col. Benjamin. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 3, 1 8 10 

Noah, of Roxbury, and Sally Holroyd, daugh- 
ter of William, Esq., by Rev. Dr Gano, Nov. 26, 1812 

Nathaniel and Mary M. Annis, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of " Jan. 6, 1816 

Timothy C, of Boston, and Sarah Fenner, 
daughter of Capt. Arthur, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 20, 1823 

Duane and Rebecca D. Bassett, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, in this town, , May 15, 1825 

KENNEDY Lemuel, of Pawtucket, and Lydia 
Weaver, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Hill. Gazette of Dec. 17, 1808 

James B., of this town, and Polly Hill, of and 

at Sterling, Ct., March i, 1812 

Samuel, of this town, and Elizabeth Pinck- 
ney, ejdest daughter of Jacob, at John- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 3, 1813 
KENT Sarah and Duncan Kelley, at Barrington. 

Gazette of Nov. 29, 1794 

Hannah and James Kelley, at Barrington. 

Gazette of Dec. 6, 1794 

Nathaniel and Betsey Read, daughter of Sim- 
eon, at Rehoboth. Gazette of June 4, 1803 

Clarrissa, daughter of Dea. Ezekiel, and Eb- 
enezer Carpenter, at Rehoboth. Gazette of Aug. 30, 1806 

Sebe, of Rehoboth, and Abbe Ide, eldest 
daughter of Ichabod, at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilder, Noy. 15, 18 10 

Asa and Mrs. Susannah Earle, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Winchell. Gazette of May 14, 1814 

Nathaniel, of Rehoboth, and Oimda Read, of 
Seekonk, Sept. 22, 1817 

Ira and Sukey Ann Drown, both of and at 
Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette 
of Oct. 24, 1818 

Capt. Ezra and Lydia Patt, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, June 17, 1822 

Sally, youngest daughter of George, and 
Samuel Fiske, both of Johnston, at Cran- 
ston. Gazette of Aug. 21, 1822 

Joseph D. and Hannah H. Baxter, both of 
Cumberland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict. Gazette of Aug. 2, 1 823 

Cynthia and Joseph Hatch, M. D., both of 
and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 24, 1823 

David D. and Alpha Cooke, both of and at 

Cumberland. Gazette of June 19, 1824 



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KENYON Capt. Elijah and Mary E. Nichols, 
daughter of John T., of South Kingstown, 
at Little Rest, by Rev. O. Brown, 
Dr. S. H. and Mary Hetherington, both of 

and at this town. Gazette of 
Charles B., of Hopkinton, and Sally Cran- 
dall, daughter of Robert, at Exeter. Ga- 
zette of 
John T. and Sarah S. Wilbour, both of and 
at Hopkinton, at Friends' Meeting House, 

KERR James and Abby Garzea, at Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 

Miss and Thomas Straiihan, at Craig- 

more, near Randalstown, Eng., by Rev. Mr. 
Hogg. Gazette of 

KETCH UM Harriet, of New York, and Simon 
Davis, Esq., at Thompson, Ct. Gazette of 

KEYES Nathaniel, of Shrewsbury, Vt., and 
Martha Ballou, of Richmond, N, H., at 
Smithfield. Gazette of 

KIDDER Zephaniah, of Pawtuxet, and Mary 
Stearns, of and at Walpole, Mass. Ga- 
zette of 

KILBARN Deborah, of this town, and Edward 
Weeden, of East Greenwich, by Rev. Dr. 
Messer, 

KILTON Rhoda and Oliver Messenger, at Taun- 
ton. Gazette of 

Simeon and Nancy Crawford, of Franklin, 
Mass., at Taunton. Gazette of 
KIMBALL Betsey, daughter of Dr. Jedediah, 
and William R. Greene, both of and at 
Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Major Amherst, and Asa- 
hel Steere, Esq., attorney at law, both of 
and at Glocester, 

B-^ — ^, 3d, and Prescilla Kimball, at Ip- 
swich, Mass., 

Prescilla and B r— Kimball, 3d, at Ip- 
swich, Mass., 

Josiah and Hannah Ross, at Ipswich, Mass., 

Dean and Lydia Luther, at Scituate, by Rev. 
John Westcott. Gazette of 

Amherst, Jr., and Ruth Clarke Steere, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Wanton, of this town, 
at Glocester. Gazette of 

Ruth B., daughter of Amherst, Esq., and 
Scott C. Armstrong, at Chepatchet. Ga- 
zette of 



Sept. 19, 1 82 1 
Feb. 5, 1823 

April 3, 1824 
May 13, 1824 
Sept. 26, 1 82 1 

March 5, 1823 
June 22, 1822 

July 24, 1822 

Aug. 2, 1823 

April 22, 1 8 10 
March i, 1817 
March i, 1817 

Jan. 2, 1813 

Oct. 16, 1814 

Nov. 30, 1 815 

Nov. 30, 1815 
Nov. 30, 1815 

June I, 1816 
Oct. 19, 1820 
Feb. 27, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES IgJ 

KIMBALL Mrs. Elizabeth and Charles Wil- 
loughby, in this town, by Rev, Mr. Picker- 
ing. Gazette of Aug. 6, 1823 

Rev. Isaac and Abigail Stevens, both of and 
at Middleboro. Gazette of May 29, 1824 

Rufus W. and Phebe W. Mathewson, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Henry, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 12, 1824 

KING Caleb and Mrs. Ann Ellis, widow of 

Thomas. Gazette of Jan. 26, 1 793 

Joseph, of Cranston, and Alice Crawford 
Mathewson, daughter of Nicholas, at Cov- 
efttry. Gazette of Feb. 22, 1794 

William T. and Lydia Waite, daughter of 
Capt. Benjamin, at Exeter. Gazette of Nov. 15, 1794 

Randall and Rhoda Greene, daughter of Jed- 
ediah, at Coventry. Gazette of Dec. 9, 1797 

Marcy, daughter of Capt. John, and Olney 

Pratt. Gazette of May 18, 1799 

Samuel, merchant, of New York, and Har- 
riet Vernon, daughter of Samuel, Esq., at 
Newport. Gazette of . Oct. 2, 1802 

Olive and William King, at Scituate. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 7, 1804 

William and Olive King, at Scituate. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 7, 1804 

Elisha and Judeth Keech, daughter of Jo- 
seph, at Glocester. Gaizette of June 22, 1805 

Henry, of New YoBk, and Nancy Grosvenor, 
daughter of Thomas, Esq., at Pomfret, Ct. 
Gazette of April 22, 1809 

Capt. William B., of Johnston, and Martha 
Smith, eldest daughter of Jesse, at North 
Providence, April 13, 1812 

Josiah, of Johnston, and Mary Olney, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Stephen, of and at North 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 15, 1812 

Dr^ Samuel W. and Catharine Angell, eldest 
daijghter of Capt. Olney, all of Johnston, May 18, 1813 

John Asa and Nabby Ann Budlong, at Cran- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Feb. 17, 1814 

Abby A- T., daughter of Joseph, and Rev. 
Henry Tatem, Pastor of Second Baptist 
Church, both of and at Cranston. Gazette 
of Aug. 31, 1816 

Dea. I^euben and Mary Garfield, both of At- 
tleboro, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Perry, April 10, 18 17 

Capt. Richard, of Boston, and Ann Mary 
Turpin, of this tewn, at Boston. Gazette 
of Aug. I, 1818 



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KING Harriet J., daughter of John, of Charles- 
ton, S. C., and Samuel N. Bishop, for- 
merly of this town, at said Charleston- 
Gazette of Jan. 27, 1820 

Samuel Boss, of Boston, and Sarah Leonard 
Crocker, daughter of Hon,^ Samuel, at 
Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipen^ Oct. 24, 1820 

Delia, daughter of Capt. Barzillai, and Ruel 
Washburn, of Livermore, Me., at Rayn- 
ham, Mass., by Rev. Stephen Hull. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 30, 1820 

Rufus and Lydia Johnson, both of and at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. ^6, 1820 

Elisha A. and Mary Ann C. Short, both of 
and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, June 28, 1821 

Harriet and Lyman Barney, both of and 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, April 10, 1823 

Phebe and George Williams, both of and at 

Taunton. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1823 

Hannah and Pardon Newell, both of Smith- 
field, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, March 3, 1824 

Joseph C. and Hannah F. Olney, daughter 
of William, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Ta- 
tem, April 4, 1825 

Mary, daughter of Joseph, and Jesse How- 
ard, Esq., both of and at Cranston, by the 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, April 11, 1825 

Sarah, daughter of Rufus, and Lieut. Robert 
Knight, both of Scituate, at Plainfield, Ct. 
Gazette of April 20, 1825 

KINGSBURY Abiel, eldest daughter of Capt. 
Benjamin, and Dr. Amos Allen, of this 
town, at Franklin, Mass., by Rev. Dr. Em- 
mons, Aug. 30, 1807 

Maria, daughter of Andrew, Esq., and 
George Goodwin, Jr., at Hartford, Ct. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 9, 1809 
KINGSLEY Jonathan of Swansey, and Mary 

Cotton, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell. , 

Gazette of April 6, 1805 

Simeon, of this town, and Ann Greene, 
daughter of Job, of and at Smithfield, Aug. 31, 1813 

Minerva and Albert C. Jenck'es, at Paw- 
tucket. Gazette of ^ Jan. 26, 1822 

Salome and Capt. Edward S. Wilkinson, at 
Pawtucket. Gazette of Jan. 26, 1822 

Erastus T., of Boston, and Bethaney C. 
Grott, of and at Swanzey. Gazette of Feb 2^ 1822 

KINGMAN Celia, daughter of Abner, of this 
town, and Ebenezer Packard, of Boston, at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Sept. 3, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 183 

KINGMAN Cynthia and Roswell D. Waldron, 

both of Middleboro, at Bristol. Gazette of April 28, 1824 
KINNICUTT Betsey, daughter of the late Col. 
Edward, and Ebenezer Thompson, mer- 
chant, at Providence. Gazette of Nov. 2, 1771 

Amey and Saunders Pitman. Gazette of Feb. 15, 1772 

Mrs. Naomi, widow of Amos, and Ralph 
Earle, of Paxton, Worcester Co., Mass. 
Gazette of Oct. 7, 1775 

Polly, .daughter of Amos, and Josiah Adams, 
merchant. Gazette of Jan. 10, 1784 

Amey, daughter of Capt. Joseph, deceased, 

and Nathan Angell, Jr. Gazette of Oct. 20, 1787 

John and Betsey Brown, daughter of Elisha, 

Jr. Gazette of May 22, 180 1 

V Rosabella and Asa Larned, by the Rev. Dr. 

Hitchcock, Nov. 22, 1801 

Harriet Byron, daughter of Josiah, Esq., of 
Barrington, and Col. Allen Bicknell, 'at 
said Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Nov. 27, 18 17 

Elizabeth B., daughter of Thomas, Esq., of 
Seekonk, and Joshua Sayer, of Newport, 
at said Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 12, 1818 

Martha T., third daughter of Josiah, and Na- 
thaniel Brown, both of and at Barrmgton, 
by Rev. Mr. Wright, April 12, 1821 

KIRBY Edmund, Esq., of the Army, and Eliza 
A. Brown, daughter of Major-General 
Jacob, at Washington, D. C. Gazette of Feb. 23, 1825 

KNAPP Freeman and Lydia Martin, both of At- 

tleboro, at Pawtucket. Gazette of Aug. 21, 1824 

Olive and James Lee, formerly of England, 
at Johnston. Gazette of Sept. 25, 1824 

KNEELAND John, printer, and Patty Swan, at 

Boston. Gazette of ' Sept. 12, 1772 

KNIGHT Capt. Christopher, of Cranston, and 
Barbara Fiske, daughter of Peleg, Esq., 
at Scitiiate. Gazette of Dec. 7, 1793 

Neheraiah, 3d, of Cranston, and Lydia Wa- 
terman, daughter of Job, Esq., at John- 
ston, by the Rev. Samuel Winsor, July 21, 1799 

Harriet, youngest daughter of Nehemiah, 
Esq., and Capt. Sylvester Rhodes, at 
Cranston. Gazette of Jan. i, 1803 

Dr. Sylvester, of Warwick, and Lucinda 
Comstock, daughter of Jabez, at Chatham, 
Ct. Gazette of June 25, 1808 

Clorinda, daughter of Oliver, and Samuel 
Jerauld, at Warwick, Sept. 20, 1812 



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KNIGHT Orra, daughtfet of William, and Horace 
Prior, by Rev. Mr. Knight, at Cranston, 
Richard, 3d, and Esther Guild, daughter of 

Richard, at Cranston. Gazette of 
Sheldon and Iriene Babcock, both of and at 

• Cranston. Gazette of 

Curnel, of Coventry, and Betsey Wilcox, 
daughter of Stephen, Esq., of and at West 
Greenwich, 

Stephen Leonard and Cynthia ■ Jordan, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, all of and at Cranston, 

Celia and Elder Fifield, at the 

Methodist Chapel, in this town. 

Dr. Sylvester and Mrs. Louisa Villars 
Tucker, daughter of Gen. Thomas West- 
cott, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, all of and at 
Warwick, 

Rachal and Capt. Caleb Burlingame, both ot 
and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Ruth D., daughter of Capt. Richard, of 
Cranston, and Benoni Waterman, of John- 
ston, at said Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Christopher, Esq., of Cranston, and Lydia 
Briggs, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, 

Joseph W. and Mary H. Westcott, both of 
this town, at North Providence, by Rev. 

• Mr. Tobey, 

Lieut. Robert and Sarah King, daughter of 
Rufus, both of Scituate, at Plainfield, Ct. 
Gazette of 
KNOWER Cornelia, eldest daughter of Beni, 
Esq., and William L. Marcy, Esq., Comp- 
troller, both of and at Albany, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of 
KNOWLES Sally, daughter of Edward, and 
Arthur Tripp. Gazette of 

William and Lydia Sheperd. Gazette of 

Edward, Jr., and Amey Peck, daughter of 
Aaron, both of this town. Gazette of 

Power, of this town, and Urania Whitman, 
of Smithfield. Gazette of 

Anna, only daughter of Jonathan, of Crans- 
ton, and Thomas Anthony, of North Provi- 
dence, at Friends' Meeting House, Crans- 
ton, 

Joseph B., formerly of this town, and Mary 
T. Johnston, of and at Nashville, Tenn., 

Jonathan, of Cranston, and Mary E. Jenckes, 
of and at Warwick. Gazette of 



Oct. 9, 1814 

Sept 30, 1815 

March 21, 1818 

Aug. 2, 1818 

Dec. 5, 1819 

March 5, 1820 

May 28, 1820 
June 8, 1820 

SetJt. 7, 1820 

Jan. 6, 1822 

April 13, 1823 

April 20, 1825 

May IS, 1824 

Oct. 27, 1787 
Feb. 21, 1789 

March 30, 1793 

Feb. 10, 1798 

April 14, 1803 

April 12, 1 82 1 

Oct. 2, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



185 



KNOWLES Mary Ann P. and Royal V. Dawley, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, " Tune ii, 1823 

KNOWLTON Mrs. Polly and Samuel Hartford, 

at New London, N. H. Gazette of March 5, 1823 

John A. and Eliza Wood, both of Cumber- 
land. Gazette of Oct. 5, 1825 
KNOX Henry Jackson, only son of General 

Knox, and Eliza Taylor Reed, eldest 

daughter of Josiah, Esq., of Thomastown, 

at St. George's River. Gazette of May 28, 1803 

Lucy H., eldest daughter of Gen. Knox, and 

E ^^ Thatcher, Esq., attorney at law, at 

Montpelier, St. George's River, Me. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 28, 1804 
Caroline Fluker, youngest daughter of the 

late Hon. Henry, and James Swan, Jr., at 

New Jersey. Gazette of June 18, 1808 

William and Mary Ann May, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 14, 1823 



LACEY Ruana and Benjamin Hale, both of , 

Pawtucket, at the Chocolate Mills, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict, Jan. ig, 1823 

LACKEY Mrs. , aged ^^ years, and John 

Chickin, aged 61 years, both of Kent Co., 

Del. Gazette of June 2, 1792 

Lucy and Rodney Luther, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 17, 1822 

Ann C. and James E. Bradhum, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 2, 1823 
Fanny and Caleb Luther, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 17, 1825 

LADD John G., of Alexandria, Va., merchant, 

and Sally Easton, daughter of Nicholas, 

Esq., of Middletown. Gazette of Sept. i, 1798 

John, Esq., of East Greenwich, and Hannah 

Reynolds, of and at Coventry, by Obed 

Perkins, Esq., Oct. i, 1820 

LA DIEU James, of Barrington, and Betsey, 

Snell, of Warren, at said Barrington, by 

Rev. Mr. Wright, Oct. 20, 1819 

LADUE Prudence, of Barrington, and Henry 

Coomer, of Bristol, at said Barrington. 

Gazette of I-'eb. 10, 1821 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



-, Jr., and Made- 



LA FAYETTE Mons. - 

moiselle La Tour Manbough, at Ham- 
burgh. Gazette of 
LAP AVER Lucy and William Field, both of 
North Providence, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft, 
LAHAY Isaac and Mehitable Linnett, both of 

and at this town. Gazette of 
LA HOMEDIEU Hon. Ezra and Polly Havens, 
of Shelter Island, at Southold, L. I. Ga- 
zette of 
LAKE Lydia, of Rehoboth, and Aholiab Branch, 
of this town. Gazette of 
Nichols B. and Charlotte Curtis, at New- 
town, Ct. Gazette of 
George and Nancy Chaffee, both of Seekonk, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Sally L., of Seekonk, and Gersham Williams, 
* of Wellington, Mass., at said Seekonk, 
Holder and Isabella Ambrose, daughter of 
the late Capt! Robert M., at Newport. 
Gazette of 
George W. and Ann Freeborn, daughter of 

Henry, at Newport. Gazette of 
Christopher, of Portsmouth, and Sarah 
Estes, daughter of Elisha, of and at Tiver- 
ton, 
Eliza and John Sherman, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
LALLEMAND General , a French Gen- 
eral, and Harriet Girard, daughter of 
Stephen, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
LAMB Albert, Esq., and Lydia W. Woodward, 
formerly of this town, at Salem, Conn. Ga- 
zette- of 
Frances G., of Nantucket, and John Peck- 
ham, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Mer- 
ritt, 
Isaac and Sarah S. Adams, both of and at 
Worcester. Gazette of 
LAMBERT Susan, of Roxbury, daughter of 
William; Esq., and Capt. Nathaniel Dorr, 
at Boston. Gazette of 
LANE Major Isaiah and Hopestill Carpenter, 
both of Rehoboth, by Rev. Otis Thomp- 
son, 

Drusilla, of Killingly, Ct., and Dr. Samuel 
Bullock, of Sterling, at said Killingly, 

Mary and Joseph Callender, Jr., at Boston, 
by Rev. Mr. Huntington, 



Aug. 1 8, 1798 

May 7, 1821 
Dec. I, 1821 

July 2, 1803 
June 8, 1799 

Dec. 12, 1818 
Oct. 7, 1 82 1 

Nov. 17, 1822 

Jan. I, 1823 
March 24, 1824 

March 17, 1825 
July 27, 1825 

Nov. IS, 1817 

May 30, 1 82 1 

Aug. 29, 1822 
Nov. S, 1823 

Jan. 16, 1808 

April 4, 1813 

June 20, 1813 

Nov. 7, 1813 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 187 

LANE John and Mary Ann Rhodes, daughter of 
Paul, Esq., both of Westerly, at Boston. 
Gazette of Nov. 23, r8i6 

LANG Robert Ustick, Esq., junior editpr of the 
"New York Gazette," and Mary Carr, eld- 
est daughter of Andrew L., both of and 
at New York. Gazette of June 22, 1825 

LANGDON Caroline, daughter of the late Judge 
Langdon, and Hon. William Eustis, Secre- 
tary of War, at Portsmouth, N. H. Sept. 26, 1810 
LANGFORD John and Nancy Aplin Gazette 

of Aug. 10, 1799 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Holden, and Sulli- 
van Moulton, merchant. Gazette of Nov. 5, 1803 
LANGLEY Deborah, eldest daughter of Wil- 
liam, Esq., and Isaac Greenwood, of this 
town, at Newport Gazette of May 10, 1788 

John, Jr., and Betsey Billings, daughter of 

Woodman, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 17, 1792 

Capt. John and Naomi L. Potter, at New- 
port. Gazette of July 10, 1802 

Sally and Thomas Yates, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 13, 1 8 10 

Nathaniel H. and Harriet B. Brownell, daugh- 
ter of the late Sylvester, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 31, 1823 

Sarah Louisa, daughter of Joshua 'H., and 
Roger Williams Potter, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, ■ Feb. 6, 1825 

Nathaniel and Phebe Sweet, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 25, 1825 

LAPHAM Augustus, of Smithfield, and Mary 
Scott, daughter of John, Jr., of North 
Providence, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Providence, April 6, 1775 

William and Jerusha Rider, both of and at 

Pawtucket. Gazette of Aug. 11, 1821 

LARCH ER Polly and Young Seamans, both of 

this town. Gazette of Sept. 26, 1789 

Joseph W. and Hannah Metcalf, daughter of 

Michael, in this town. Gazette of Dec. 16, 1797 

John, of this town, and Lucy Hartshorn, of 
Kingsbofough, N. Y., in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, April 17, 1814 

Lucy and George W. Packard, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 16, 1815 

Edwin M., of this town, aud Charlotte Pidge, 
daughter of Benjamin, of and at Dighton, 
Mass. Gazette of March 10, 1821 



]^88 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LARKIN Amey, daughter of Joseph, and John 

Field, Jr., m this town. Gazette of Nov. ii, 1797 

Betsey and William Field. Gazette of Nov. 17, 1798 

Susans daughter of Joseph, and Joseph 
Field, by Rev. Mr Wilson, Dec. 18, 1803 

LARNED William and Mrs. Sterry, 

widow of Capt. Samuel. Gazette of April 9, 1774 

William, merchant, and Sally Smith, daugh- 
ter of John. Gazette of Feb. 21, 1784 

Augustus, merchant, and Sally Soule, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Samuel, Aug. 30, 1798 

Asa and Mrs. Rosabella Black, by Rev. Dr. 
Hitchcock, Nov. 22, 1801 

Asa and Rosabella Kinnecutt, by the Rev. 

Dr. Hitchcock, • • Nov. 22,1801 

Grace, daughter of Amasa, of New London, 
and Alpheas Dunham, of Boston, mer- 
chant, at Windsor, Vt., May 15, 1803 

Theresa, daughter of William, Esq., and Ma- 

thewson Williams. Gazette of Feb. 4, 1804 

Augustus, late of Providence, merchant, and 
Sarah ^Pool, daughter of Henry, Esq., of 
and at Mount Pleasant, Frederick Co., Md. 
Gazette of Dec. 19, 1807 

Rebecca, daughter of the late General Lar- 
ned, and Simon Davis, Jr., Esq., attorney 
at law, at Thompson, Ct. Gazette of Feb. 11, 1809 

William G. and MaVy Gay, at Thompson, 
Ct., . Aug. 20, 1809 

John S. and Lucinda Martin, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. John, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, Oct. 4, 18 10 

Prudence, of Thompson, and Charles Beverly, 
of Providence, at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Crosby, Feb. 17, 181 1 

Sarah M. and Nathaniel Crosby, at Thomp- 
son, Ct. Gazette of Nov. 21, 18 12 

Asa, of this town, and Mrs. Elizabeth Cor- ' 

nell, of and at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Pat- 

, ten, June 16, 1818 

Laura, second daughter of William, Esq., and 
Benjamin Franklin Hallett, Esq., attorney 
at law, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, June 25, 1822 

George, Esq., of this town, and Eliza Twee- 
dey Malbone, daughter of the late Hon. 
Francis, of and at Newport, Oct Q 182^ 

LaRQACH Eliza M. and Richard Jones Weth- ' ' 

by, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at this 
*°w"' Oct. 19, 1819 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 189 

LARRABEE William, aged JJ years, and Mrs. 
Tabitha Whitmore, at Scarboro, Mass. 
Gazette of Aug. 28, 1802 

LARSHAR Lucy, daughter of Capt. John, and 

Jacob Hartshorn. Gazette of Jan. 29, 1785 

LASSELL John and Nancy Conant, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 1817 

Marcy and Ansel Brown, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Dec. 18, 1823 

LATHAM Lydia, eldest daughter of Elisha, of 
Smithfield, and George Streeter, of Men- 
don, at said Smithfield, by Rev. -Mr. 
Mo wry, May 11, 1823 

Arthur, of Smithfield, and Sarah Paine, 
daughter of Jonathan, of Glocester, at said 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Jan. i, 1824 

LATHE Eliza, of. Charlton, Mass., and Rev. 
James O. Barney, of Seekonk, at said 
Charlton, by Rev. Mr. Rich, May 18, 1825 

LATHROP John, Pastor of Old North Church. 
Boston, and Polly Wheatley, only daughter 
of John, ^ Feb. 6, 1771 

Septimus and Miss Greenleaf Salisbury, both 
of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 22, iSii 

David and Olive Griggs, at Ashford, Ct. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 23, 181 1 

Mary D., of West Barnstable, and Charles 
Mann, of Scituate, at said West Barnsta- 
ble. Gazette of Nov. 20, 1819 

Mary, second daughter of Hon. Samuel, and 
Rev. William B. Sprague, at West Spring- 
field, Mass. Gazette of Aug. 14, 1824 

Zebediah and Eliza Earle, second daughter 
of Hon. Caleb, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. i, 1825 

LATTIMER Mrs. Rhoda, 6t, and Harris Prout, 

83, at Glastonbury, Eastbury Society, Ct., Dec. 7, 1814 

LATTING Mrs. Joanna and Rev. Stephen 
Gano, of this town, at Hinsdale, N. Y. 
Gazette of. Oct. 24, 180 1 

LAW Lyman, Esq., and Eliza Learned, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Amasa, at New London. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 18, 1794 

John A., of Killingly, Ct., and Asha Aldrich, 
only daughter of Elisha, of and at Foster, March 15, 18 10 
LAWRENCE Joseph and Mrs. Susannah Eaton 

wido,w of Dr. Joseph. Gazette of April 11, 1778 

John and Margaret Spencer, daughter of 

Daniel, by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock, Dec. 7, 1788 

Anna and John Stanhope, of Newport, at 

Rehoboth. Gazette of Dec. 15, 1798 



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LAWRENCE Walter and Mrs. Jane Packard, 
widow of Capt. Robert. Gazette of 

Samuel A., merchant, and Catharine Remsen, 
daughter of John, at New York. Gazette of 

Dea. John and Sally Cady, at Killingly, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Atkins. Gazette of 

William of St. Johnsbury, Vt., and Huldah 
Mason, of and at Seekonk, 

Thomas and Mrs. Susannah Fisher, both of 
and at this town. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of John, and George W. 
Walcott, both of and at this town. Gazette 
of 

Mary, of Taunton, and Leander Dean, of 
Raynham, at said Taunton. Gazette of 

Daniel S., assistant postmaster in this town, 
and Mary Ann Price, daughter of the late 
Capt. John, of and at Newport, 

Joseph and Mary Ann Martin, eldest daugh- 
ter of Elnathan, both of and at this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
LAWSON Ira and Amey Remington, at Cran- 
ston. Gazette of 

William, 73, and I — Lawson, 19, at 

England. Gazette of 

I , 19, and William Lawson, 73, in Eng- 
land. Gazette of 
LAWTON Robert, merchant, and Polly Clarke, 
daughter of Joseph, Esq., Treasurer of 
this Colony, at Newport. Gazette of 

R.obert and Hannah Turner, daughter of Dr. 
John, at Freetown. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of Isaac, late of Newport, 
and Lewis DeBlois, of this town, at Nova 
Scotia. Gazette of 

Tolly, eldest daughter of Capt. Robert, and 
John Bringhurst, Jr., merchant, pf Phila- 
delphia, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port. Gazette of 

"Mrs. and James Center, at Newport. 

Gazette of 

Josiah, of this town, merchant, and Mary Col- 
lins, daughter of John A., at Friends' 
Meeting House, Newport, 

Mary and Robert Dennis, at Newpoi t, 

Edward W., merchant, and Mary Engs, 
youngest daughter of Capt. William, of and 
at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, 
Joseph D. and Ruth Lawton, daughter of 
George, both of Portsmouth, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Towle. Gazette of 



Feb. 13, 1802 

Dec. 3, 1803 

July 2, 1814 

Nov. 17, 1822 

Nov. 30, 1822 

June 4, 1823 
Aug. 30, 1823 

Sept. 16, 1823 

Oct. 30, 1823 

Aug. II, 1 82 1 

May 16, 1821 

May 16, 1 82 1 

Nov. 20, 1773 
Nov. 22, 1783 

Dec. 25, 1784 

May 9, 1789 
Dec. IS, 1798 



May 3, 1 8 10 
Oct. 21, 1810 



May 10, 1812 
March 25, 1815 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



191 



at 



at 



of 



LAWTON Ruth, daughter of George, and 
Joseph D. Lawton, both of Portsmouth, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Towle. Gazette of 

Abigail and Burgess Horswell, both of New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. 

Ruth, daughter of Jonathan, and Benjamin 
K. Sayre, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Ruth, of Pawtucket, and Daniel Fenner, of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Roger Boone, of Charleston, S. C, and Phebe 
A. Cooke, daughter of the late John, Esq., 
at Newport. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of the late Samuel, and Ben- 
jamin T. Cranston, at Newport. Gazette of 

Benjamin and Elizabeth Taylor, daughter of 
John, at Newport. Gazette of 

George and Maria E. Baker, both of and 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Mary and George W. Allen, both of and 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Austin, 

Thomas B. and Eliza Tuell, daughter 
Benjamin, at Newport. Gazette of 

Alice, of Newport, and John VanAlstine, of 
New York, in this town, by Rev. Mr 
Brown, 

William H. and Elizabeth C. Allen, at Reho- 
botn. Gazette of 

Job and Rebecca Cranston, daughter of Wil- 
liam, at Newport. Gazette of 

Ardelia P., of this town, and John Foster, of 
Bath,' Me., at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah, of Portsmouth, and George Hull, of 
Brookfield, Ct., at Newport. Gazette of 

Elisha A. and Sarah C. Lawton, daughter of 
Isaac, both of and at Portsmouth, at the 
Friends' Meeting House. Gazette of 

Sarah C, daughter of Isaac, and Elisha A. 
Lawton, both of and at Portsmouth, at the 
Friends' Meeting House. Gazette of 

Lydia, of Seekonk, and Joseph Pierce, of this 
town, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 

Joseph S. and Mrs. Abby G. Earle, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

Henry and Eliza Fish, daughter of Joseph, 
both of Portsmouth, at Newport. Gazette 
of 
LAYHA John and Clarrissa H. Cady, daughter 
of the late David, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Fifield, 



March 25, 1815 
Jan. 25, 1818 

Jan. 9, 1819 
Jan. 7, 1 82 1 

Aug. IS, 1 82 1 

Sept. 8, 1 82 1 

Nov. 3, 1 82 1 

May IS, 1822 

Aug. II, 1822 
Jan. 18, 1823 

March 13, 1823 

April 23, 1823 

July 26, 1823 

Dec. 21, 1823 

May 26, 1824 

Dec. 8, 1824 

Dec. 8, 1824 

Feb. 2, 182 s 

July 30, 1825 

Sept. 28, 1825 

Feb. 20, 1820 



292 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LAZZELL John Adams, of this town, and Rath- 
sheba Patch, daughter of Henry, at Wor- 
cester, by Rev. Dr Austin. Gazette of Feb 2, 1811 
Nathan, Jr., merchant, of Bridgewater, Mass., 
and Ann Wilkinson, daughter of Abraham, 
Esq., of and at Pawtucket. Gazette of Nov. 3, 1821 
LEACH Olive, daughter of Oliver, and Westcott 

Parker, at Scituate, May 31, 1812 

LEACOCK William and Miss M ^^ Bell, at 

Philadelphia. Gazette of Aug. 17, 1805 

Joseph, Esq., of the Island of Barbadoes, and 
Catharine Bennett Rashleigh, youngest 
daughter of Thomas, Esq., of Blackheath, 
at St. George, the Martyr, Hanover 
Square, London, Feb. 12, 1808 

LEAR Tobias, Esq., Secretary to the President 
of the United States, and Polly Long, by 
Rev. Dr. Haven, at Portsmouth, N. H. April 21, 1790 

Tobias and Fanny Washington, at Mt. Ver- 
non, Va. Gazette of Aug. 22, 1795 
LEARNED Eliza, daughter of Hon. Amasa, 
and Lyman Law, Esq., at New London. 
Gazette of Oct. 27, 1794 
Sally, youngest daughter of the late Dea. 
Ebenezer, and Peleg Hall, of Pounal, Vt., 
at Killingly, Ct. Gazette of Nov. 7, 1795 
Ann, daughter of Amasa, Esq., and William 
. F. Brainerd, Esq., attorney at law, at New 
London, Ct. Gazette of Oct. 21, i8n 
Daniel and Rebecca Wilkinson, daughter of 

Capt. Benjamin, at Killingly, Ct., April 3, 1771 

Erastus and Freelove Wilkinson, daughter 
of William, of Glocester, at Killmgly. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 31, 1796 
Ebenezer, Esq., attorney at law, of New Lon- 
don, and Charlotte Peck, danghter of Bela, 
of and at Norwich, Oct. 10, 1808 
Horace and Mary Ann Justin, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. S, 1824 

LEAVINS James and Lydia Inman, eldest 
daughter of Daniel, at Pomfret, Ct. Ga- 
zette of March 23, 1805 
Lucy and Stuteley Smith, both of Pomfret, 
at Killingly, Ct., Nov. 24, 1817 
Le baron James, of Bristol, merchant, and 
Mary Fiske, youngest daughter of Dr. 
Caleb, of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Aug. 5, 181 1 
Elizabeth A. and Abraham W. Sheperd, both 
of this town, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hill. 
Gazette of June i, 1816 



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LEBERT Susan, of Woodstock, Ct., and Edward 
L. Smith, of Scituate, at said Woodstock, 
by Rev. Mr. Underwood, 
LEDYARD Eunice, of Warwick, and Alexan- 
der R. Hammett, of Coventry, at said 
Warwick, 
LEE Mrs. Abigail, daughter of Charles, and 
Samuel Bours Bowler, by Rev. Mr. Oliver. 
Gazette of 

George Briggs, of Douglass, and Mrs. Sarah 
Grossman, of Smithfield. Gazette of 

Dr. JbSeph, of Smithfield, and Freelove P'os- 
ter, daughter of the late Judge Foster, by 
the Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Gazette of 

Mrs. Lydia and Sheffield Atwood, of New- 
port, merchant, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight. Gazette of 

Hannah and Dr. Marshall Spring, at Cam- 
bridge. Gazette of 

Nathaniel, aged 87 years, and Elizabeth 
Tucker, aged 19 years. The groom had 
been previously three times married and 
had II children, 49 grand and 10 great- 
grandchildren, in Virginia. Gazette of 

Capt. George W., of Lyme, Ct., and Hetty 
Nesbett, daughter of Dr. Samuel, of and 
at New York. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of William, merchant, of this 
town, and Obadiah Penniman, merchant, 
of Albany, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William, merchant, of this town, and Anstis 
Updike, daughter of the late Lodowick, of 
and at Wickford, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Gazette of 

Harriet, eldest daughter of William, and 
Thomas Truesdale, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Otis and Abigail Northup, both of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Mary and William Branch, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Robert P. and Mary V. Clarke, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Julia, daughter of the late William, and Da- 
vid Whipple, both of and at this town, 

Lydia, daughter of William, arid John H. 
Barber, junior editor of the "Newport Mer- 
cury," both of and at Newport. Gazette of 

James, formerly of England, and Olive 
Knapp, at Johnstdn. Ga:^ette of 



Aug. 5, i8?4 

Feb. 27, 1820 

March 4, 1786 
Jan. 3, 1795 

May 9, 179s 

June 25, 1796 
Sept. 9, 1797 

Feb. 22, 1806 

Jan. 17, 1807 

March 30, 1807 

Oct. S. 181 1 
Oct. 14, 181 1 
Jan. 23, 1820 
Nov. 13, 1820 

Jan. 9, 1822 
Dec. 10, 1823 

July 10, 1824 

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LEE Mary, youngest daughter of William, Esq., 
Second Auditor of the Treasury, and Fran- 
cis Baron De Maltitz, First Secretary of 
the Russian Legation, at Washington, 

LEEBRET Charles, of Woodstock, Ct., and 
Sally Saunders, of and at Thompson, by 
Rev. Mr. Wells. Gazette of 

LEEGG Katey and William Wallace, at Phila- 
delphia, after a courtship of 30 minutes. 
Gazette of 

LEES William and Mrs. Eliza Jane Norman, in 
this town. Gazette of 

LEFAVOUR David and Mary Ann Baldwin, 
daughter of John, Esq., both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Thomas and Julia White, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

LEFEVRE Amos, of North Providence, and 
Henrietta S. Sutton, of and at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

LEGRAND Lewis and Sally Bowen, both of 
this town, 

LEHRE Mary Ann, daughter of the late Dr. 
Lehre, and Christopher R. Greene, mer- 
chant, formerly of this town, at Charleston, 
S. C. Gazette of' 
LEIGH Waring, of England, and Caroline Pla- 

cide, of and at New York, 
LEONARD Daniel, Esq.,of Taunton, and Sarah 
Hancock, daughter of Capt. John, de- 
ceased, nierchant, by the Rev. Mr. Wal- 
ter, 
Oliver, late of Taunton, and Sarah Fletcher, 
widow of the late Dr. Fletcher, at New- 
port. Gazette of 
•Samuel, Esq., of Taunton, and Desire Hop- 
kins, daughter of Esek, lisq., at North 
Providence. Gazette of 
Abigail, dafighter of Zephaniah, Esq., and 
David West, of Boston, bookseller, at 
Raynham. Gazette of 
Frances, daughter of Amasa, Esq., and 
Colby Chew, at New London. Gazette of 
Apollos B. and Nancy Cobb, daughter of 
Jonathan, at Taunton, by the Rev. Mr 
Pipon, 

Miss E— , daughter of the Hon. George, 

and Hon. Jabez Bowen, of this town, at 
Norton, Mass., 



June 6, 1825 

July 16, 1803 

Sept. 21, 1816 
Feb. 7, 1807 

Nov. I, 1824 
April 5, 1825 

Dec. 4, 1817 
Nov. 26, 1813 

Jan. 20, 1 8 16 
June 23, 1814 

March 4, 1770 

Feb. 26, 1 79 1 

July 23, 1791 

March 21, 1795 
Nov. 26, 1796 

Oct. s, 1800 

May 21, 1801 



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195 



LEONARD Lucinda, of Taunton, in 17th year, 
and John Wheelock, of Everlett, in soth 
year, in this town. Gazette of 
Mary Burroughs, daughter of Samuel, de- 
ceased, and Thomas Bush, at Taunton, 
Horatio, Esq., sheriff of Bristol County, 
Mass., and Fanny Washburn, of Raynham, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Jonathan and Martha Jepson, both of .and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Clarinda and Henry W. Pratt, at South 
Bridgewater, by Rev. Mr. Hodges. Ga- 
zette of 
Timothy, of Middleboro, and Lydia Caswell, 

of and at Taunton. Gazette of 
Hannah and George L. Mowry, at Taunton. 

Gazette of 
Bathsheba W. and Abiel Robinson, both of 

and at Raynham. Gazette of 
Phebe, daughter of Ichabod, of Taunton, and 
Rev. Reuben Allen, of Seekonk, at said 
Taunton. Gazette of 
LESTER Rebecca, of Plainfield, Ct., and Albert 
G. Whipple, formerly of this town, at 
Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow, 
LEVALLEY Ann and Jabez Williams, both of 

Warwick, at Cranston. Gazette of 
LEVECK John C, of this' town, and Sarah W. 
Dexter, of Pawtucket, at this town, bv 
Rev. Mr. Taft, 
LEVERETT Eliza, of Boston, and Samuel 
Welsh, of Hopkinton, Mass., merchant. 
Gazette of 
Rev. William, of Roxbury Mass., and Mary 
Ann Cole, eldest daughter of the late 
Cyrus, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 
LEWIN Betsey and Daniel Allen, both of Prov- 
idence, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Lewis, 
Nathan, of Swansey, and Hannah C. Davis, 
of and at Somerset, Mass., 
LEWIS Peter and Polly Olney, daughter of 
Stephen, dec, of North Providence, at 
Glocester. Gazette of 
Beulah, daughter of Joseph, of Dedham, and 
John Whiting, of this town, merchant. 
Gazette of 
Roxa and John B. Dabney, of Alexandria, 
merchant, at Dedham, Mass. Gazette of 



Nov. 8, 1806 
April 2, 1809 

Sept. 25, 1812 
April 16, 1 82 1 

Dec. 29, 1 82 1 

Nov. 22, 1823 

Jan. 10, 1824 

Jan. 17, 1824 

May 22, 1824 

March 14, 1822 
Nov. 30, 1822 

April 10, 1825 

Jan. 20, 1798 

March 29, 1825 
Nov. II, 1810 
March 7, 1816 

Sept. 28, 1776 

Dec. 19, 1789 
Nov. 10, 1792 



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LEWIS Mrs. Mary and Capt. John Warner, in 

this town. Gazette qf Oct. 2, 1802 

Z , proprietor of the Commercial Adver- 
tiser, and Sophia Nitchie, daughter of 
John, at New York. Gazette of Jan. 21, 1804 

Lucy, of Philadelphia, and Rt. Rev. Abraham 
Jarvis, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church, of Connecticut, at Trinity Church, 
New York, by Bishop Moore, July 4, 1806 

Marie, daughter of Andrew, and Lieut. Milo 
Mason, U. S. Artillery, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Sept. 7, 1815 

James, of this town, and Celia Chace, of and 
at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushey, May 26, 1816 

Sabra and William Mudge, both of this town, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. t)r. Benedict. Ga- 
zette of . Dec. 19, 1818 

Mary, of Jamestown, and Jpseph F. Havens, 
of North Kingstown, ^t Newport. Ga- 
zette of Jap. 13, 1821 

Lydia, of Dighton, and Benjamin Pidge, of 
this town* at said Dighton. Gazette of Jan. 26, 1822 

Samuel and Lydia R. West, daughter of 
Capt. Joseph, both qf an4 at this towri. 
Gazette of , 1 Nov. 2, i82i 

Matilda V. and Ainbrose Clarke, both qf and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr! Wilson. • Ga- 
zette of . May 28, 1823 

Bowers, of Dighton, and Catharine Thurber, 

of and at this town. Gazette of June 7, 1823 

Benjamin and Mary H. Mann, eldest daugh- 
ter of David E., both of and at this town'. 
Gazette of Aug. 25, 1824 

William D., Esq., of St. Petersburg, Russia, 
and Sarah Claypole, )^oungest daughter of 
Abraham, Esq., cashier of U. S. Branch 
Bank, at Chillicothe, O. Gazette of June 2$, 1825 

LIBBY Lucy and James Franklin. Gazette of May 12, 1804 

Mrs. Rebecca and Capt. Thomas Webb, both 
of Boston, by the Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette 

TTT^^T* Jan. II, 1806 

LIEGE Juha and Dr. P. L. Armand Aubotneau, 

at Rochelle, France. Gazette of Feb. 23, 181 1 

LILLEY Letitia and John Rose, in England. 

Gazette of Oct. 21, 1809 

LITTLE Christian, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, 

and Dr. Henry Sterling, Jr., of this town, 

at Bridgewater, Mass. Gazette of Nov s, I79i 

Polly, daughter of Fqbe?, of Little Compton, 

and Daniel Bebee, of Nevvport. Gazette of April 16, 1796 



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LITTLE William, Jr., Esq., of Boston, and 

Sophia L. Robbins, daughter of Asher, 

Esq., of and at Newport, 
LITTLEFIELD Capt. William and Betsey 

Brinley, daughter of Francis, at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Harriet, daughter of Solomon, of New Shore- 

hani, and Giles P. Sprague, at said place. 

Gazette of 
Sarah, daughter of Rev. Mr. Littlefield, and 

Col. Jeremiah* Greene, both of Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 
LITTLEHALE Mrs. Hannah and Silas Pierce, 

of Clemsford, his sixth wife, at Dracut, 

Mass. Gazette of 
LILLIBRIDGE Capt. Robert, of Philadelphia, 

and Mrs. Ann Mills, at Savannah, Qa. 

Gazette of 
Mary, daughter of Gideon, and Nathan 

Teff^, at South Kingstown. Gazette of 
Capt. Robert, of Philadelphia, and Charlotte 

Sabin, daughter of Thomas. Gazette of 
LINCOLN Benjamin, aged 75 years, and Mrs. 

Elizabeth Harvey, aged 65 years, at Taun- 
ton, Mass. Gazette of 
Spencer and Ann Gerry, both of this town, 
Joanna and Allen Monroe, 3d, at Bristol. 

Gazette of 
Ann and James Woodward, Esq., at Taunton. 

Gazette of 
Lydia and Daniel Pettingill, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
John E. and Abby Burdick, both of and at 

Newport. Gazette of 
Horatio and Lucinda Fields, daughter of 

Capt. Nathaniel! of and at Taunton. Ga- 
zette of 
Betsey, daughter of Thomas, of Taunton, 

and Nathaniel Newcomb, of Norton, at 

said Taunton. Gazette of 
Elizabeth Otis, of Hingham, and James 

Savage, Esq., of Boston, at said Hingham. 

Gazette of 
Bela, of North Providence, and Lydia Scott 

Bucklin, of and at Smithfield. Gazette of 
Deborah and Peter Walker, both of and at 

Taunton. Gazette of « 

LINDENBERG Susan, eldest daughter of 

John, of this town, and Elder Douglass 

Fs^pum, of Woodstock, Vt., in this toiyn, 

by Rev. John P. Jones, 



June 13, 1824 

March 19, 1785 

May 7, 1823 

June 8, 1817 

Nov. 29, 1806 

Jan. 13, 1810 

March 26, 1803 

Aug. 26, 1797 

July 9, 1814 
, Nov. 4, 1815 

April 10, 1820 

Oct. 20, 1 82 1 

Nov. 29, 1 82 1 

Dec. 15, 1821 

April 12, 1823 

^ay 3, 1823 

May 7, 1823 

Jan. 7, 182^ 

Jan. 31, 1824 

March 2, 1813 



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-, daughter of Capt. 



LINDLE-Y Miss — 

Joshua, and Samuel Mason, in this town. 

Gazette of 
George and Abigail Williams, daughter of 

Andrew. Gazette of 
Barbara, daughter of Capt. Joshua, of this 

town, and Samuel Spink, of South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 
Thomas and Celistina Pike, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 
Harriet and Benjamin Thomas, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Phebe and William Bradley, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
LINDSEY Zerviah, of this town, and Samuel 

Hopkins. Gazette of 
Lydia and Daniel Crapon. Gazette of 
Major Effingham, of H. B. M. 22nd Regt. 

of Foot, and a lady of the Island, at Isle 

de France. Gazette of 
Cyrus W. and Sarah D. Sabin, daughter of 

John, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Samuel D. and Temperance Ide, daughter 

of Abel, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Hill, 
Sally and Josiah S. Wardwell, at Bristol. 

Gazette of 
Joab, of Walpole, Mass., and Nancy Bent, of 

Middlebury, Mass., in this town, 
Mrs. Mary, of St. Augustine, Fla., and Capt. 

Samuel B. Martin, of this town, at said 

St. Augustine. Gazette of 
Joseph and Martha Harding, both of and at 

Bristol. Gazette of 
LINNETT Susan H. and Hamilton Bishop, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, 
Sally and William Patt, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

in this town, 
Mehitable and Isaac Lahay, both of and at 

this town. Gazette of 
LINZEE Capt. John, of His' Majesty's Ship 

Beaver, and Sukey Injnan, eldest daughter 

of Ralph, Esq., at Boston. Gazette of 
LIPPITT Welthian, daughter of Jeremiah, and 

William Greene, at Warwick. Gazette of 
Col. Christopher and Waite Harris, of 

Cranston. Gazette of 
Ann Frances, of Warwick, and Joseph Rus- 
sell, Esq., merchant. Gazette of 



Oct. II, 1794 
May 23, 179s 

June I, 1799 

March 31, 18 10 

Aug. 13, 1809 

Aug. 13, 1809 

Aug. 18, 178 1 
Oct. 20, 1798 

Oct. 12, 181 1 
May 22, 1814 

April 2, 1815 
.May 5, 1821 
Aug. 21, 1821 

Oct. 17, 1 82 1 
Feb. 18, 1824 

May 9, 1819 

March 11, 1821 

Dec. I* 1 82 1 

Sept. 12, 1772 

Jan. 22, 1774 

April 5, 1777 

March 28, 1789 



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199 



LIPPITT Thomas and Betsey Chace, daughter 
of Samuel, Esq. Gazette of 

Mary and Joseph Potter, by the Rev.' Mr. 
Clarice. Gazette of 

Bathsheba, daughter of John, and George W. 
Davis, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson; 

Waitstill, daughter of Gen. Christopher, and 
Col. Gorton Arnold, at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 

Richard and Sarah Foster Bishop, daughter 
of Capt. Lemuel, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Nathaniel and Rebecca Bartlett, daughter of 
Edward, at Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 

Capt. Warren and Eliza Seamans, daughter 
of Young, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Joseph Francis, merchant of this town, and 
Caroline Snow Munro, daughter of Capt. 
James, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Mary M., daughter of John, and John Wil- 
son, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Catharine, daughter of Moses, of Killingly, 
Ct., and Rev. Robert Arnold, of Thomp- 
son, Ct., at said Killingly, by Rev. Mr. 
Nichols, 

John, merchant, and Mrs. Ann Carpenter, 
daughter of Gabriel Allen, Esq., by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Julia, eldest daughter of Charles, Esq., and 
Joseph Sweet, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, 

Ann Maria, daughter of John, merchant, and 
Araunah C. Tingley, all of this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Narcissa, daughter of John, and William C. 
Snow, both of this town, 'by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Ann, daughter of Moses, and Zuriel P. Ar- 
nold, at Killingly, Ct., by Rev. Robert Ar- 
nold, 

Catharine H., daughter of Charles, Esq., of 
this town, and Rev. Stephen Hull, of 
Raynham, Mass., at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 

Mary, of Killingly, Ct., and Lemuel Greene, 
of Coventry, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Dana, 

Celia, daughter of John, and Elisha Tingley, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, 



Dec. 25, 1790 
May s, 1798 
Nov. 3, 1805 

Dec. 8, 1805 
March, 29, 1807 
March 17, 18 10 

July 7, 181 1 

Oct. 10, 181 1 
Nov. 30, 1812 

Feb. I, 1 814 
June 20, 1814 
Sept. 19, 1814 
Oct. 10, 1814 
Nov. 18, 1816 
Dec. 25, 1816 

March 17, 1819 

Sept. 3, 1820 

March 4, 1822 



200 VITAL RECORD OF RHOJJE ISLA.Nt> 

LIPPITT Cornelia Augusta, youngest daugh- 
ter ofCharles, and Georgd AndreiVs, both 

of and' at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crockbr, 

at St. John's Church, Oct. i, 1822 

Samuel C., formerly of this town, and Mary 

Ann Macarthy, daughter of Roger, Esq., ' 

of and at Clinton Jones Co.^ Ga., Jan. 15, 1824 

Hannah H., daughter of Mbses, Esq., of 

Killingly, Ct., and Daniel P. Arnold, of 

Ashford, Ct., at said Killingly. Gazette of March 31, 1824 
LISCOlVlB Mrs. Nancy and Stephen Brown, in 

this town. Gazette of . Oct. 25, 1817 

Elizabeth and Gilbert Richmond, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, April 7, 1822 

Samuel S., of Fall River, and Hannah S. 

Wilkey, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Oct. 12, 1824 

LITCHFIELD Joseph and Hannah Salisbury. 

Gazette of Jan. 8, 1774 

LIVERPOOL Lord and Miss Chester, in Eng- 
land, Sept. 24, 1822 
-LIVINGSTONE Polly, daughter of Robert, 
. deceased, and Major Montcrieff, of the 

SSth Regiment, Oct. 10, 1764 

Edward, Esq., and Madame Marie Louisa 

Magdeleine Valentine Davezac Castra 

Morcau, widow of'Mons. Louis Morcau 

du Lassy, at New Orleans. Gazette of July 13, 1805 

Harriet, daughter of the late Walter, Esq., 

of the Upper Manor, and Robert Fulton, 

Esq., at New York Gazette of • Jan. 16, 1808 

' Serena, daughter of John R., and Lieut. 

Colonel Crockran the "Hero of Sandusky," 

in New York, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Hobart. 

Gazette of May 17, 18 17 

LLOYD Hon. James, Jr., U. S. Senator from 

Massachusetts, and Miss Breck, 

daughter of the late Samuel, Esq., of 

Philadelphia, at Springhill, Penn. ^Gazette 

of Dec. 9, 1809 

William and Hannah Weekes, at Newport. 

Gazette of Jan. 30, 1822 

LOCKE Edward and Rhoda Gunn, at West- 
minster, Mass. Gazette of May 16 1801 
Molly and John Gun, at Athol, N. H. Ga- 
zette of April 17, 1819 
LOCKWOOD Benoni and Phebe Greene, both 

of Pawtuxet. Gazette of May 19, 1798 

Mi-s. Phebe, of Warwick, and -Moses Brown, 

of this town, at Friends' Meeting House, May 2, 1799 



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201 



LONG Polly and Tobias Lear, Esq., Secretary 

to the President of the United States, by 

Rev. Dr. Haven, at Portsmouth, N. H., 
LONGFELLOW William and Betsey Short, in 

New Hampshire. Gazette of 
LONGLEY Polly, daughter of William, Esq., 

and Capti Stephen Northam, at Newport, 
Sally, daughter of William, Esq., and Capt. 

Robert M. Ambrose, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
Mrs. Prescilla and Rufus Farnum, both of 

Boston, in this town, 
LOOMIS Lucretia and Stephen Branch, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Elijah, printer, and Mrs. Margaret Durham, 

daughter of Capt. George King, at New 

York. Gazette of 
Lucy and Orin Spencer, at Hampton, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Wells. Gazette of 
Lucy and Peter Pitman, both of this to^n, 

by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
LOPEZ Esther, second daughter of Aaron, dec, 

and Moses Gomez, of New York, mer- 
chant, at Newport, 
Hannah, daughter of the late Aaron, and 

Abraham Rod Rivera, at Newport, 
Rebecca and Hehricks, of New York, 

at Newport. Gazette of 
Abigail, daughter of the late Aaron, and 

Isaac Gomez, of New York, merchant, at 

Newport, 
Samuel, merchant, and Judeth Seixas, daugh- 
ter of Moses, Esq., at 'Newport. Gazette 

of 
Samuel and Caroline Tallman, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
LORD Henry and Mrs. Abby H. Greene, both 

of this town, at Johnston. Gazette of- 
James and Olive French, both of Attleboro, 

at Pawtucket. Gazette of 
Levi, of North Providence, and Judeth 

Maxwell, of this town, 
Samuel, Esq., and Elizabeth Whittredge, at 

Tiverton. Gazette of 
LORING Phebe, of this town, and Henry 

Powers, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, 
Israel, of the City of Washington, merchant, 
' and Mrs. Frances Dean, daughter of John 

Bours, Esq., of and at Newport. Gazette 

of 



April 22, 1790 
Feb. II, 1804 
Aug. 6, 1796 

Feb. 6, 1802 
June 12, 1815 
Dec. 16, 1807 

June 25, 1808 
April 25, 1818 
Aug. 12, 1819 

Oct. 27, 1784 
Nov. 22, 1786 
Nov. 10, 1787 

May 26, 1790 

March 15, 1806 

March 25, 1824 

June 25, 1823 

July 12, 1823 

Dec. S, 1822 

May 26, 1824 

Jan. 22, 1797 

March 6, 1802 



202 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LOUD Z and Betsey Angell, daughter of 

Thomas, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of this 

town, Oct. 2, 1 8 17 

Samuel P., Esq., and Susan B. Robinson, at 
Dorchester, by Rev. Dr. Harris, Jan. 9, 1821 

Sophia, of Weymouth, and Rev. John San- 
ford, of South Dennis, at said Weymouth. 
Gazette of Sept. 11, 1824 

LOUISA Princess, of Denmark, and the Prince 

of Brunswick, Aug. 30, 1766 

LOVE Mrs. Nancy, of this town, and Capt. 
James Wells, of Hopkinton, at this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 10, 1820 

LOVETT John, Esq., attorney at law, and 
Nancy McClelland, daughter of General 
• McClelland, at Woodstock, Ct., Feb. 3, 1788 

Ruth, daughter of William, Esq., of New 
York, and William Mclntire, at Schenec- 
tady, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1810 

Squire and Mary Robinson, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 22, 1812 

Capt. Jabez, of New York, and Harriet 
Draper, daughter of John, of Attleboro, in 
this town, July 21, 1812 

LOW Stephen, of Warwick, and Susannah 

Hadaway, of and at Cumberland, Aug. 6, 1769 

Israel, and Mrs. Mary Bacon, widow of 

George. Gazette of Oct. 31, 1789 

Ezekiel, of Providence, and Mrs. Sarah 

Phillips, of Newport. Gazette of Dec. 29, 1792 

Ann Frances and Hezekiah Viall, at Barring- 
ton. Gazette of ~ Dec. 19, 1795 

Thomas and Ruth Toman, daughter of John. 

Gazette of Oct. 7, 1797 

Polly, daughter of Col. John, and Capt. Will- 
iam Greene, at Warwick. Gazette of ■ Dec. 31, 1796 

Sally, daughter of Col. John, and Capt. 
Thomas Holden, at Warwick. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1796 

Amey and Richard Godfrey. Gazette of Dec. 2, 1797 

John and Mary Herring, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Crocker. Gazette of July 9, 18 14 

Mary and Charles Choate, at Ipswich, Mass., Nov. 30, 1815 

Alice and Benjamin Gorton, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, at Warwick. Gazette of April 3, 18 19 

Phebe Ann and William U. Arnold, by Rev. 
Mr. Littlefield, all of and at Warwick, March 5, 1820 

Major John, of Woodstock, and Hannah Ap- 
lin, of and at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 
Porter, Dec. 25, 1820 



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LOW Nathaniel, of Waterville, Mass., 88, and 

Patty. McFarlin, 56, at Fairfield, Mass. 

Gazette of 
Joseph and Mary M. Coggeshall, daughter of 

the late Charles, both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Charlotte, daughter of Charles, Esq , and 

Thomas H. Stafford, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Park, 
LOWNDES William, Esq., and Miss 

Pinckney, eldest daughter of Thomas, Esq., 

in South Carolina. Gazette of 
LUCAS Mary, daughter of Major Lucas, of 

Burlington, and John Gardiner, of Nan- 
tucket, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
LUDLOW Rev. Peter, Jr., and Sally S. Gano, 

daughter of Rev. . Dr. Gano, at this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
LUSHURE Mrs. Eleanor, aged 88 years, and 

Elisha Herendeen, aged 83 years, being 

his 8th wife, at Glocester, by Zebedee 

Hopkins, Esq. Gazette of 
LUTHER Hannah and John J. Rounds, of 

Swanzey, at Warren. Gazette of 
Ann, of Swanzey, and John Pearce, of 

Warren, at Swanzey. Gazette of 
Mrs. Betsey and Samuel Young, 3d, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
Lydia and Dean Kimball, at Scituate, by 

Rev. John Westcott. Gazette of 
Lorania M. and William A. Smith, both of 

this town, by Rev. My. Wilson, 
Sarah and James Carpenter, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Ga- 
zette of 
Harvey and Amey Corey, daughter of 'the 

late Capt. William, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

all of and at this town, 
Sylvester and Lydia Reynolds, at Bristol. 

Gazette of 
Ann and Samuel Drown,' both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Mary and Robert Woodward, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Joseph P. and Harriet B. Westcott, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Joseph G. and Tamer Luther, daughter of 

James, Esq., both of and af Swanzey, by 

Rev. Mr. Taylor. Gazette of 



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June 17, 1 82 1 
Oct. 15, 1822 
Oct. 9, 1802 
Sept. 24, 1803 
Nov. 22, 1824 

Nov. 18, 1797 
March 26; 1803 
March 24, 1810 

Nov. 16, 181 1 

June I, 1816 

March 24, 1817 

Nov. 7, 1818 

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LUTHER Tamer, daughter of James, Esq., and 

Joseph G. Luther, both of and at Swanzey, 

by Rev. Mr. Taylor. Gazette of 
Lydia, of Swanzey, and Ebenezer Grant, of 

and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. 

Gazette of 
Henry and Fanny Thurston, at Pawtucket. 

Gazette of ' 

John B. and Lydia Luther, daughter of 

James, both of and at Swanzey, by Rev. 
« Mr. Taylor, 
Lydia, daughter of James, and John B. 

Luther, both of and at Swanzey, by Rev. 

Mr. Taylor, 
Margaret, daughter of the late John, of 

Warren, and George Hoar, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Jeremiah C. and Maiy T. Wheeler, both of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Ga- 
zette of 
Nancy, of Warren, and Gardiner Morse, of 

Somerset, at said Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Rexford. Gazette of 
. John and Sophia P. Sarle, of this town, by 
■ Rev. Mr. Merrett, 
Rodney and Lucy Lackey, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Caleb S. and -Abby Saunders, daughter of 

John, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, 
Josiah Lyndon, of this town, and Mary 

Eliza Westcott, daughter of Major West- 

cott, of and at Johnston, by. Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Edward and Mary Ann Tefft, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Amey Cole, daughter of Martin, and Joseph 

Easterbrooks, of Swanzey, both of and at 

Warren. Gazette of 
Tamor H. and Capt. Sylvester Eddy, both 

of and at Warren. Gazette of 
Abby, daughter of Samuel, of Swanzey, and 

James Richards, of Warren. Gazette of 
Israel and A Wilbour, both of Taunton, 

at New Bedford. Gazette of 
Elisha C. and Ann K. Robinson, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Joanna and Stephen Thurber, both of and at 

Warren. Gazette of 



April 7, 1 82 1 

April 7, i82f 
Se'pt. 26, 1 82 1 

Oct. I, 1821 

Oct. I, 1821 

Feb. 7,'^ 1822 

April 13, 1822 

Aug. 3, 1822 

Aug. 29, 1822 

Oct. 17, 1822 

Oct. 20, 1822 

Dec. 22, 1822 
June 13, 1823 

Sept. 13, 1823 

Oct. IS, 1823 

Jan. 14, 1824 

Jan. 17, 1824 

March 29, 1824 

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205 



LUTHER Mahala, of Swanzey, and Israel An- 
thony, of Troy, Mass., at said Swanzey, by 
Rev. Mr. Taylor, 
Caleb and Fanny Lackey, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
LYDE Edward and Betsey Oliver, eldest sur- 
viving daughter of the Lieut. Governor, at 
Boston. Gazette of 
LYMAN Ann Maria, daughter of Daniel, Esq., 
and Richard K. Randolph, of Virginia, at 
Newport. Gazette of 
Harriet, daughter of Daniel, Esq., and Ben- 
jamin Hazard, Esq., at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
Sarah, daughter of Hon. Daniel, of North 
Providence, and Lemuel H. Arnold, Esq., 
attorney at law, of this town, at said North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Anna, daughter of Gen. William, of Massa- 
chusetts, and Rev. Samuel Sitgreaves, 
Rector of St. Stephens Church, Wilkes- 
barre, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
Norman, of Hartford, Ct., and Elizabeth 
Walker, of and at this tojvn, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 
LYND Rev. Samuel W. and Leonora M. Stough- 
ton, daughter of Rev. William, D. D., 
President of Columbia College, at Wash- 
ington City. Gazette of 
LYNDONBURGHER Mary and Edward 
Mason, Jr., both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Cornell, Gazette of 
-LYNDON Danforth P. and Abigail Brown, 
daughter of Esek. Gazette of 
Cynthia and Joseph Jestram, both of Provi- 
dence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton/ 
LYON Claude, merchant, and Betsey Sabin, 
daughter of Thomas. Gazette of 
Capt. Stephen, of Woodstock, Ct., and Polly 
Wilkinson, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of 
Scituate. Gazette of 
Capt. John, of Leicester, and Lydia Read, 
daughter of Capt. Obadiah, at Rehoboth, 
by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Gazette of 
Hannah, daughter of the late Capt. William, 
and Col. Jonathan Lyon, after a courtship 
of 21 years, at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Lyman, 
Col. Jonathan and Hannah Lyon, daughter 
of the late Capt. William, after a courtship 



March 28, 1825 
May 17, 1825 

Nov. 28, 1772 

July 10, 1802 

Nov. 7, 1807 

June 23, 1819 

Dec. 27, 1823 
Dec. 27, 1824 

Aug. 27, 1823 

Sept. 28, 181 1 

Oct. 2, 1790 

May 15, 1813 

Feb. 17, 1 78 1 

Jan. 17, 1784 

April 21, 1792 

June 22, 1814 



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LYON: 

of 21 years, at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Lyman, 

Judeth. of Rehoboth, and Capt. Jenkins D. 
Jones, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Mrs. Abigail, of Colerain, and Capt. Eli 
Barker, of Amherst, at Colerain; their 
descendants on both sides are i8 children, 
107 grand, 41 great-grand children, total, 
166, Gazette of 

Margaret, daughter of Aaron, of Jersey City, 
and William M. Wilmarth, of Attleboro, 
Mass., at said Jersey City, 

George H., of New Brunswick, and Sally M. 
Benedict, of arid at Ridgefield, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

James, of Newport, and Sophia Pool, of and 
at Tisbury. Gazette of 

Harriet, daughter of Joseph, and John W. 
Davis, 3d, at Newport. Gazette of 

Jasper, of Woodstock, Ct., and Phebe Smith 
Stafford, of and at Warwick, 

Nancy and Thomas Blanding, at Attleboro, 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Capt. Will- 
iam, of Newport, and John S. Weeden, of 
Bristol, at said Newport. Gazette of 

Luther and Mrs. Fanny Dean, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Brown, 



June 22, 1814 
Sept. II, 181 1 

Dec. 10, 1814 

March 10, 1818 

Dec. 12, 1818 

Oct. 26, 1822 

Nov. 6, 1822 

June 5, 1823 
July IS, 1823 

Oct. 15, 1823 
May 30, 1824 



M 



MABERRY Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Free- 
man, and William R. Wilder, at Newport. 
Gazette of* May 18, 1805 

MACARTHY Mary Ann, daughter of Roger, 
Esq , of Clinton Jones Co., Ga., and Sam- 
uel C. Lippitt, formerly of this town, at 
said former place, Jan. 15, 1824 

MACK AY Miss , daughter of the late 

Capt. Mackay, of Washington Co., and 
Capt. Harris Smith, of Providence, at 
Washington, N. C. Gazette of Aug. 15, 1808 

John, Jr., and Mary G. Robinson, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 10, i8i6 

MACKHAM Miss , daughter of the 

Duke of York, and the Earl of Mansfield, 
both aged 20 years, in England. Gazette 
of Nov. 25, 1797 



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MACKIE Dr. Peter and Frances Nye, daughter 

of Nathan, Esq., of Sandwich, at Ware- 
ham, Mass., Feb. 17, 1813 
Charity, youngest daughter of Dr. Andrew, 

and John Pickins, of Boston, merchant, at 

Wareham, Mass., by Rev. Noble Everett. 

Gazette of June 25, 1814 

John, M. D., and Mrs. Mary Hampton 

Young Jones, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 29, 18 18 

MACKINTIRE Lucina, daughter of Simeon, of 

Glocester, and Col. John Gray, formerly 

of Southbridge, Mass., at said Glocester, May 6, 182 1 

MACCLANE Nathan and Almira Bosworth, 

both of and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Wright. Gazette of April 3, 1820 

MACOMBER Capt. Ebenezer and Abigail 

Packard, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel. 

Gazette of Feb. 21, 1784 

Abby, formerly of Taunton, Mass., and 

Charles Smith, of Cooperstown, N. Y., 

formerly of Scituate, R. I., at Utica, N. Y. 

Gazette of Feb. 17, 18 10 

Samuel, of Providence, and Ann Fitzpatrick, 

at Savannah, Ga., Feb. S, 1812 

MACPHERSON Mrs. Mary and Richard R. 

Parker, Esq., Lieut. Colonel in service of 

His Britannic Majesty, at New York, by 

the Rt. Rev. Bishop Moore. Gazette of Jan. 16, 1808 

MADISON Deborah, of Valley Falls, Smith- 
field, and Samuel Ferris, at Pawtucket, by ' 

Rev. Dr. Benedict. Gazette of Dec. 20, 1823 

MAGEE William and Polly Sweeting, daughter 

of Capt. Job. Gazette of ' Nov. 14, 1789 

William F., merchant, and Susannah Night- 
ingale, daughter of Dea. Samuel. Gazette 

of Dec. 21, 1793 

Capt. William F. and Nancy D. Carlile, 

youngest daughter of Col. John, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 182 1 

MAGUIRE John, of this town, and Prudence 

Gray, daughter of Philip, Esq., at Tiverton. 

Gazette of . Jan. 4, 1794 

-Mary Ann and Nathan Hill, Jr., both of 

North Kingstown, at Wickford, by Rev. 

Mr. Ormsbee, , Nov. 13, 1823 

George and Mary Prentice, both of and kt 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, ' Feb. 8, 1824 

MAHARROW Mrs. Sarah and Ozias Danforth, 

both of this town, Feb. 12, 1809 



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MAHONEY Mary, daughter of Timothy, and 

Michael Cane, both of Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Aug. S, 1810 

Cornelius and Martha C. Hill, both of this 

fown, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 26, 1813 

MAINE Emeline S. and Edward M. Blanding, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes. Gazette of Jan. 29, 1825 

MAJOR Mrs. Agnes and Dr. John Park, of Bos- 
ton, at Framington, Mass. Gazette of July 9, 1814 
MAKEPEACE Persis N., daughter of Jonathan, 

Esq., of Saugus, and James Burrell, 2d, of 

this town, at said Saugus, by Rev. Mr. 

Hedding, June 16, 1822 

MAKER William, aged 19, and Elizabeth Mason, 

33, both of and at Swanzey, by Thomas 

Peck, Esq., Nov. 19, 1815 

MALBONE Capt. Francis and Mrs. Catharine 

Pease, widdw of late Simon, at Newport. 

Gazette of Oct. 19, 1782 

Mary, youngest daughter of the late Francis, 

and William Crooke, Esq., at Newport, by 

the Rev. Mr. Smith. Gazette of Aug. 6, 1796 

Freelove Sophia, daughter of Francis, and 

Dr. Edmund T. Waring, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Dehon. Gazette of Oct. i, 1803 

Catharine, daughter of Francis, Esq., of 

Newport, and Julius Aboyneau, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of Feb. 14, 1807 

Grace, daughter of Capt. Evan, and Nathan- 
iel McClelland, of Woodstock, Ct., at 

Pomfret, Ct. Gazette of April 9, 1808 

Eliza Tweedey, daughter of the late Hon. 

Francis, of Newport, and George Earned, 

Esq., of this town, at said Newport, Oct. 9, 1823 

MALCOLM Sally, daughter of Capt. Daniel, of 

Boston, and Robert Nesbitt, of Providence, 

at Boston, June 8, 1771 

Dr. Henry, of Philadelphia, and Anstice 

Chace, daughter of Samuel, Esq. Gazette 

o* Sept. 7, 1776 

Angelica, daughter of Dr. Henry, of Hud- 
son, N. Y., and Joseph ,G. Malcolm, mer- 
chant, of Philadelphia, at said Hudson, 
by Rev. Mr. Prentice, Nov. 9, 1813 

Joseph G., merchant, of Philadelphia, and 
Angelica Malcolm, daughter of Dr. Henry, 
of and at Hudson, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. 
Prentice^ Nov. 9, 1813 

Ann and Ezra West, both of this town, Dec. 7, 1815 



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209 



MALCOLM Rev. Howard, Pastor of Baptist 
Church, Hudson, N. Y., and Lydia M. 
Shields, daughter of Robert, of and at • 

Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Stoughton. , Ga- 
zette of May 1 8, 1820 

MALEM Capt. William and Brown, of 

Swanzey. Gazette of July 26, 1777 

MALLETT Edward J., of Fayetteville, N. C, 
and Sarah Fenner, daughter of the late 
Hon. James, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 11, 1820 

MALLOON Deedama and Lemuel Doolitt}e, at 

Wallingford, Ct. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1821 

MALLORY Reuben R. and Betsey Hawley, at 

' Danbury, Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

MANCHESTER Lydia, of Providence, and Mr. 

(Jl^ty^^JdjJkiAJ Hussey, of Nantucket, Oct. 25, 1769 

' Capt. Joseph and Patty Rogers, daughter of 

Capt. John. Gazette of Dec. 10, 1774 

William, of Cranston, and Hepzibah Samp- 
son, daughter of Alexander. Gazette of Oct. i, 1785 
Lydia, daughter of Matthew, and Benjamin 

Remington, at Warwick. Gazette of Dec. 15, 1787 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. John, of this town, 
V and Israel Arnold. Gazette of May 31, 1800 

Isaac and Martha Greene, daughter of Syl- 
vester, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 11, 1801 
Zilpha, grand-daughter of Hon. Nehemiah 
Knight, Esq., and George Bixby, at 
Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Daniel Dow. Ga- 
zette of Feb. 27, 1 80S 
Florinda, of this town, and Jeremiah Field, 

of and at Scituate, March 7, 1813 

William C, of Warwick, and Harriet War- 
ner, daughter of the late Capt. John, of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Jan. 7, 1815 

William, of Smithfield, and Elizabeth Sweet, 
daughter of Benajah, of this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 26, 1815 

Sally and John H. Whipple, merchant, both 

of and at Smitbfield, Jan. 14, 1816 

Mary and Anthony Shaw, both of and at 
this town. Gazette of May ii, 18 16 

' Madeline and Jesse Richards, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, all of and at this town, . March 4, 1818 

William C, Esq., of Warwick, and Susan 
Harris, of Cranston, daughter of the late 
Andrew, Esq., at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, May 31, 1818 

Charles, of this town, and Almira Fales 
Almy, daughter of the late Capt. Samuel, 



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MANCHESTER : 

of and at Tiverton, by Rev. Benjamin 
* Peckham, 

Marcy Sheldon and Charles Scott, in this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Richard, of Bristol, and Hannah Martin, of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Luther, 
Job and Mrs. Rebecca Arnold, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
Robey and Christopher Gifford, at Little 

Compton. Gazette of 
Eliza and George Slocum, both of and at • 

Tiverton, 
Israel G., Esq., and Mrs. Harriet K. Fiske, 

second daughter of the late Col. Stephen 

Sheldon, at Scitnate, by Rev. Charles 

Stone, 
Fanny and William Reynolds, Jr., at Bristol. 

Gazette of 
Amey and William T. Smith, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Maria, of West Greenwich, and Leonard 

Bolles, of Cranston, at said former town, 

by Rev Mr. Manchester, 
Abby Knight, youngest daughter of Col. 

Israel, and Carver Hopkins, both of and 

at Scituate, by Rev. C. Stone, 
William, of Dighton, and Catharine W. 

Chace, daughter of John, of and at Swan- 

zey. Gazette of 
Diana, of Tiverton, and John C. Briggs, of 

New Bedford, at said Tiverton. Gazette 

of 
Elnathan and Mrs. Sarah B. Sterne, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. William H. Baker, at 

Newport, 
MANN Dr. Preston and Mehitable Clarke, 

daughter of Hon. Joseph, General Treas- 
urer of the State. Gazette of 
Joseph, of Smithfield, and Jerusha Comstock, 

daughter of Samuel, of Glocester. Ga- 
zette of 
Aaron, of this town, and Grace S. Flagg, 

daughter of Col. Josiah, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 
Susannah and Esek Aid rich. Gazette of 
Paulina, daughter of Thomas, and Capt. John 

B. Barnard. Gazette of 
Phebe, daughter of Thomas, and John 

Brown. Gazette of 



Sept. 27, 181 8 
Jan. 31, 1819 

June II, 1820 
Sept. 6, 1820 

April 18, 1 82 1 
Aug. 5, 1 82 1 

Dec. 9, 1 82 1 

Nov. 2, 1822 

March 3, 1823 

June IS, 1823 

Sept. 30, 1823 

May 8, 1824 

Nov. 3, 1824 

Dec. 21, 1824 

Feb. 2, 1782 

May 7, 1785 

June 13, 1789 
July 19, 1794 

Feb. 20, 1796 

June 4, 1796 



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211 



MANN David E., of Wrentham, and Amey Hop- 
kins, of this, town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 9, 1805 

Dr. John Preston and Mrs. Ann Robinson, 
widow of William R., at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. -Dehon. Gazette of June 14, i8o5 

Mercy, daughter of Samuel, and Capt. Mar- 
cus Arnold, all of and at Smithfield, June 26, 1814 

Anna, daughter of Alfred^ of Smithfield, and 

Patrick Dunlap, at said Smithfield, July 3, 1814 

William Metcalf, one of the editors of the 
American, and Catharine Sprout Com- 
stock, youngest daughter of Dr. Ezekiel, 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 25, 1815 

Sarah Ann and Capt. Samuel Warner, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of this town, Oct. i, 1815 

William H., prmter, and Charlotte Billings, 
at Dedham, Mass. Gazette of Dec. 7, 1816 

Charles, of Scituate, and Mary D. Lathrop, 
of and at West Barnstable. Gazette of Nov. 20, 1819 

Mary H., eldest daughter of Daniel E., and 
Benjamin Lewis, both of and at this town. 
Gazette of ' Aug. 25, 1824 

MANNERS Thomas, Esq., Captain in 49th 
British Regiment, and Mary Rush, daugh- 
ter of Dr. Benjamin, at Philadelphia. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 14, 1804 

Charlotte Frances, eldest daughter of 
George, Esq., His Britannic Majesty's 
Consul for Massachusetts, and Henry 
Perkins Andrews, Esq., of Boston, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Gazette of May 28, 1823 
MANNING William, printer, and Lydia Keith, 
of Charlestown, Mass., at Boston. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 21, 1813 
MANSFIELD Capt. Samuel and Betsey Greene, 
daughter of Nathaniel, merchant. Ga- 
zette of May 24, 1783 

Earl of, and Miss Mackham, daughter of 

the Duke of York, both aged 20 years, in ^ 

England. Gazette of . Nov. 25, 1797 

Rt. Hon. Sir James, Chief Justice of H. B. 
M. Court of Common Pleas, and Private 
Secretary to the late British Minister, and 
Mary B. Smith, daughter of General 
Smith, at Baltimore. Gazette of Dec. 16, 1809 

MANTER Grafton, of this town, and Lucy 
Andrus, of and at Oxford, Mass. Ga- 
zette of April 6, 1825 



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MANTON Lydia, eldest daughter of Col. Ed- 
ward, and Dr. Moses Mowry, at Johnston. 
Gazette of ' Dec lo, 1803 

Sarah, daughter of Col. Jeremiah, of John- 
ston, and Thomas Jones, Jr., merchant, of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 1806 

Joseph, of this town, and Mary Whipple, 
V daughter of Jonathan, of and at Uxbridge, May 6, 1812 

Esther, daughter of the late Col. Daniel, and 
Capt. Thomas H olden, of Warwick, at 
Johnston. Gazette of June 26, 1813 

Eliza and Samuel W. Wheeler, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, in this town, July 11, 1815 

Dr. Shadrack, of Johnston, and Amey Ran- 
dall, second daughter of Dr. Stephen, of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 18, 1817 

Amasa and Eliza Taylor, daughter of An- 
drew, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at 
this town, ' Nov. 4, 18 17 

Col. Henry, of Johnston, and Ann Elizabeth 
Jenckes, eldest daughter of Capt. John, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 21, 1818 

Mary and John S. Mowry, at Glocester, May 13, 1821 

Salma, of Johnston, and Anstress P. Dyer, 
fourth daughter of Dr. Benjamin, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, . Aug. 14, 1822 

Maria, daughter of the late Col. Edward, of 
Johnston, and Dr. Stephen Harris, of 
Warwick, at said Johnston, Oct. 13, 1822 

William J., of Johnston, and Freelove C. 
Jenckes, daughter of Capt. John, of and at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 14, 1822 

Elisha, of Augusta, Ga., and Louisa Pope, 
daughter bf the late Dr. John, of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 1823 

Mary Ann, daughter of Col. Jeremiah, of 
Johnston,' and Amory Chapin, of this 
town, at said Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Sept. 15, 1823 

Sophia, daughter of Daniel, of Johnston, and 
Independence Whipple, of Uxbridge, at 
former town. Gazette of Jan. 31, 1824 

MARBEL Eliza and Angell Battey, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, all of and at this town, Dec. 7, 18 17 

MARBLE Miss and Mr. Stone, 

at Charlton, Mass. Gazette of June 11, 1814 

Mary, daughter of Jonathan, of Newport, and 
George Black, U. S. Army, at said New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Webb. Gazette of Nov. 21, 1818 



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MARBLE Emeline and Luther Bassett, both of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, May 7, 1820 

Rebecca, of Newport, and Samuel Wheaton, 

of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. 

Gazette of Dec. 7, 1822 

MARCHANT Betsey, daughter of Hon. Henry, 

Esq., and Thomas Sessions, of this town, 

merchant, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 5, 1791 

Henry, cashier of Manufacturers Bank, and 

Nancy Wilkinson, daughter of Isaac, at 

Pawtucket. Gazette of Nov. 3, 1821 

MARCY William, Esq., comptroller, and Corne- 
lia Knower, eldest daughter of Beni, Esq., 

both of and at Albany, N. Y. Gazette of May 15, 1824 

MARDENBROUGH Rhoda and Henry S. 

Newcomb, Esq., Lieutenant on board U. 

S. Ship President at New York, by Rev. 

Dr. Bowen, April 16, 1814 

MARIA CHRISTIANA, the Princess, daughter 

of Ferdinand IV, King of the two Sicilies,' 

and Charles I'^elix, Prince of Savoy and 

Duke of Genevois, and brother of the King 
. of Sardinia, in Sicily. Gazette of Oct. 10, 1807 

MARIA LOUISA, widow of Napoleon Bona- 
parte, and Count Nyperg, her chamberlain, 

in Italy. Gazette of April.24, 1824 

MARIE TERESE, daughter of the Prince Re- 
gent of Portugal, and Don Pedro Carlos, 

Infante of Spain. The bride is in her 17th 

year, in Brazil. ' Gazette of July 14, 1810 

MARlAN Francis, Jr., of South Carolina, and 

Maria Pierce, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 

at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 25, 1806 

MARKOE Miss apd Benjamin Franklin 

Bache, printer, at Philadelphia. Gazette 

of Dec. 10, 1 79 1 

MARRYATT James, of Hopkinton, and Lu- 

cinda Tracy, of and at Lisbon, Ct. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 7, 1822 
MARROTT Simon, cordwainer, and Sarah 

Thomas, both of Wisback. The groom is 

deaf and dumb and was attended by his 

brother Jacob, and Henry Willis, both 

deaf and dumb, in England. Gazette of June 29, 18 16 

MARRAYAT Joseph, Esq., of Grenada, and 

Charlotte Geyer, daughter of Frederick 

William Geyer, Esq., at Boston. Gazette 

of Dec. 26, 1789 

MARSH Sulsannah, daughter of Daniel, and 

Isaac Bartlett, of Charleston, S. C, mer- 
chant, Aug. 9, 1789 



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MARSH Jonathan, of this town, and Lavinia 

Hair, in North Carolina. Gazette of July 20, 1793 

Susan, daughter of Col. Joseph, of South- 
work, and Rev Dr. William Rogers, at 
Philadelphia, Jan. 15, I79S 

Anna, daughter of Daniel, and Nicholas 

Power, Jr., merchant. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1798 

Betsey and Jesse May, Esq., attorney at law, 
both of Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Messer. 
Gazette of Oct. 24, 1807 

Olivia and Cyrel Peck, Jr., both of Paw- 
tucket, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Jan. 4, 1809 

Elizabeth and Thomas M. Seabury, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Tole, Aug. 14, 18 14 

Samuel J. and Mary C. Williams, daughter 
of John, both of and at Newport. Gazette 
of ' June 2, 182 1 

George, of Seekonk, and Susan Hull, of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 10, 1821 

Benjamin, Jr.s and Catharine Castoff, both of 
and at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 13, 1821 

Mary and Philip B. Stiness, at Slatersville. 

Gazette of July 16, .1825 

MAJRSHALL James, Esq., and Morris, 

daughter of Robert, Esq., at Philadelphia. 

Gazette of April 25, 1795 

Nancy, sister of General Marshall, Chief 
Justice of the United States, and Joseph 
H. Davieste, Esq., United States District 
Attorney for Kentucky, at Frankfort, Ky. 
Gazptte of Aug. 20, 1803 

Mrs. Mary C. and William Clarke, both of 
the Theatre, at Charleston, S. C. Ga- 
zette of , March 7, 1807 

William and Lucy Butler, at Ipswich, Mass., Nov. 30, 1815 

Rev. Herbert, of Virginia, and Ann Smith, 
of Bristol. Gazette of April 10, 1820 

Mary Ann and Danforth Newcomb, both of 
^nd at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Feb. 4, 1822 

Lovey and Benjamin Mowry, both of and at 
Warwick. Gazette of April 10, 1822 

Almira, daughter of Josiah, Esq., of Boston, 
and Prof. Alvah Woods, of Columbian Col- 
lege, D. C, at said Boston. Gazette of Dec. 17, 1823 

Ann and Ephraim Cobleigh, at Newport. 
Gazette of April 28, 1824 

JMARSTON William, mercha.nt, and Triphenia 

Collins, of Danvers, at Boston. Gazette of Oct. 31, 1807 

Ann Eliza and Henry De Wolfe, of Bristol, 
at Boston. Gazette of 1 , Nov. 5, 1808 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



215 



MARTIN Wheeler, of this town, and Polly Eas- 
terbrooks, of Newport. Gazette of 

Sarepta, youngest daughter of the late Syl- 
vanus, and Jonathan Wheaton, at Reho- 
both. Gazette of 

Polly, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of this town, 
and Timothy Greene, Esq., of Worcester, 
attorney at law. Gazette of 

Dr. Calvin and Susannah May, daughter of 
Hon. Elisha, at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Elhanan, merchant, of Troy, N. Y., and 
Mary Hawkins, daughter of Joseph, of 
North Providence. Gazette of 

Sukey and Noel Mathewson, at Barrington, 
by Rev. Mr. Townsend. The two grand- 
fathers and grandmothers of the , bride 
were present. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Sylvanus, and Joseph 
Martin. Gazette of 

Joseph and Abigail Martin, daughter of Syl- 
vanus. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of Major General Martin, 
and Capt. Joseph Wood. Gazette of 

Jeremiah and Nancy Gladding, daughter of 
the late Charles. Gazette of 

Valentine and Eliza Downing. Gazette of 

Anna, daughter of Col. Philip, and William 
Taylor, merchant. Gazette of 

George and Fanny, Potter, 

John D., of New York, merchant, and Julia 
Bowen, eldest daughter of Col. Ephraim, 
at the Episcopal Church, in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Lusana, of Rehoboth, and Richard Baker. 
Gazette of 

Capt. Sylvanus G. and Ann Bullock, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. GanO) 

Amey, daughter of Sylvanus, Esq., and Sam- 
uel N. Richmond, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Nancy, daughter of the late Samuel, and 
James Warner, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Polly, daughter of Gen. Philip, and Capt. Is- 
rael Bullock, by Rev. Dr. Messer, all of 
■ this town. Gazette of 

Capt. Jeremiah, of this town, and Sarah Bul- 
lock, daughter of Capt. John, of .and at 
Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Samuel B., late of this town, and Jane Buck, 
of and at Buckstown, Me. Gazette of 



March 14, 1789 

Nov. 17, 1792 

March 9, 1793 
June IS, 1793 

Aug. 29, 179s 

Aug. 27, 1796 
Jan. 7, 1797 
Jan. 7, 1797 

Dec. 16, 1797 

Jan. 13, 1798 
Oct. 13, 1798 

Nov. 8, 1800 
March 20,*i8o3 

Oct. 17, 1803 
Nov. 12, 1803 
Feb. 26, 1804 

Jan. 12, 1806 
Dec. 9, 1806 

Oct. 24, 1807 

Oct. 16, 1808 
Dec. 2, i8og 



216 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

MARTIN George W., of Newport, and Margaret 

C. Greave, daughter of David, of this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Jan. i, 1810 

Lucinda, eldest daughter of the late Capt. 

John, and John S. Larned, by Rev. Mr. 

Williams, Oct. 4, 18 10 

Abigail, daughter of Hon. Simeon, and Mar- 
tin Fearing, merchant, at Newport, Jan. 15, 181 1 
Eliza, daughter of Hon. Simeon, and James 

Denney, merchant, of Boston, at Newport, Jan. 15, 181 1 

Edward, merchant, and Sarah Fowler, daugh- 
ter of Christopher, Esq., at Newport, by 

Rev. Dr. Patten, April 21, 181 1 

Henry and Marcy Sheldon, daughter of 

Capt. Charles, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Oct. 6, '181 1 

James and Mrs. Sally Cornell, both' of this 

town, , June 4, 1812 

Lydia M., daughter of Dr. Calvin, of See- 

konk, and John Watson, Jr., of Rehoboth, 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Feb. 24, 1813 

Jonathan and Mary B. Alleuj both of this 

place, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. i, 1813 

John Lawton, of Newport, and Amey Young, 

of Scituate, By Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 17, 1814 

Ashbel, of this town, and Olive Fenner, 

daughter of Stephen, of and at Cranston, May 5, 1814 

Samuel R. and Sally Bowen, both of Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Samuel Watson. Gazette of Oct. 15, 1814 
Mary, eldest daughter of Joseph, and James 

Arnold, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 3, 1815 

Sybel, second daughter of Joseph, and 

Henry S. Draper, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, Oct. S, 1815 

Harriet, youngest daughter of Hon. Simeon, 

and Capt. Noah Allen, of Baltimore, at 

Seekonk, • Sept. 22, 1816 

Mary and Joseph Tabor, both of Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Blake, Oct. 6, 18 16 

Mrs. Fanny and John' L. Winslow, by Rev. 

Mr. Sias, all of and at this town, Dec. 21, 1817 

Thomas C. and Rosamond Daggett, at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, Jan. 4, 181 8 

Mary Gardiner, only daughter of the late 

Capt. James, of Newport, and Samuel 

Brown, naval officer. Port of Providence, 

at said Newport, by Rev. Romeo Elton, Aug. 11, 1818 

William and Elizabeth Walker, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at this town, April 5, 1819 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 217 



MARTIN Sterry, of Harrington, and Mary DaiVis, 

eldest daughter of the late Capt. Daniel, 

of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, Jiine 6, 1819 
Betsey, widow of Capt. John, of this town, 

and Rev. David McClure, D. D., of East 

Windsor, Ct.j at this town, by Rev. ^Mr. 

Preston, Oct. 5, 1819 

Richard C. and Louisa D. Sampson, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, all of and at this town, Oct. 24, 1819 

John, of Woodstock, Gt., and Mrs. Lucy 

Brown, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, March 23, 1820 

Sampson and Rebecca C. Collier, at Paw- 
• tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 21, 1829 

Hannah, of Rehoboth, and Richard Man- 
chester, of Bristol, at said Rehoboth, by 

Rev, Mr. Luther, June 11, 1820 

Mary and Thomas Swan, at Lynn, Nov. 12, 1820 

Philip, of Guilford, Vt., and Susan Carpen- 
ter Peck, of and at Rehoboth, Mass., by 

Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 19, 1820 

Alice Ann, youngest daughter of Joseph, 

and Jacob B. Thurber, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, ' Nov. 23, 1820 

Jonathan and Nancy Claflin, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Deg. 35, 1820 

Ann Eliza, daughter of William B., and 

Pardon Miller, both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1821 

Louisa and John Kelley, both of and at 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, May 23, 1821 

Amey, daughter of Joseph S'., Esq., and 

Samuel Dexter, Esq., both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 10, 1821 

Capt. Samuel B., 6f this town, and Mrs. 

Mary Lindsey, of a'nd at St. Augustine, 

Fla. Gazette of Oct. 17, 1821 

Margaret, of Elizabeth City, N. C, and 

William Moore, of Newport, at said Eliza- 
beth City. Gazette of May 22, 1822 
Ursula, of Seekonk, and Francis Fiske, of 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter Ga- 
zette of June 25, 1823 
Le Baron, of this town, and Ann M. Arnold, 

of North Providence, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 23, 1823 

David, of Cheraw, S. C, and Caroline Hill 

Wilcox, daughter of Leonard, of and at 

tbistowAi. Gazette of Aug. 16, 1823 



218 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MARTIN Mary Ann, eldest daughter of El- 
nathan, and Joseph Lawrence, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Philip W. and Mary Temple, daughter of 
the late James, both of and at this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Lydia and Freeman Knapp, both of Attle- 
boro, at Pawtucket. Gazette of 

Charlotte D., of Swanzey, and John Vinni- 
cum, Jr., of Warren, at said Swanzey. 
Gazette of 

Calvin, of Seekonk, and Rachel R. Smith, of 
and at Rehoboth, 

John, Jr., and Parmelia Bosworth, both of 
and at Warren. Gazette of 

Elhanan and Sarah O. Brown, eldest daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah F., daughter of Capt. Silas, of Pem- 
broke, Mass., and Capt. Willjam Barstow, 
of New York, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 
MARVEE Benjamin, Jr., and Sarah Ann Holt, 
daughter of the late Capt. Christopher, of 
and at Newport. Gazette of 
MARVEN John and Peggy Harwood, both of 
Newport, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
MARVIN John, of Albany, merchant, and Amey 
Stevens, of and at Ballstown, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of 

MARY Princess, of Hesse Cassel, daughter of 
George II, and Frederick Landgrave, of 
Hesse Cassel, 
MASON Betsey, daughter of Noah, and Will- 
iam Page. Gazette of * 

Joseph and Nancy Stevens. Gazette of 

Dr. Benjamin and Margaret Champlain, 
, eldest daughter of Col. Christopher, by 
Rev. Mr. Smith, at St. Paul's Church, 
Narragansett, 

Samuel and Miss Lindley, daughter 

of Capt. Joshua, in this town. Gazette of 

Amasa, of this town, merchant, and Lydia 
D. Hodges, daughter of Abijah, at Taun- 
ton. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Job, and Benjamin Bur- 
gess, of Cranston, at Swanzey. Gazette of 

Loraney, daughter of Edward, and Capt. 
Solomon Tyler, by Rev. President Maxcy, 



Oct. 30, 1823 

May 26, 1824 
Aug. 21, 1824 

Sept. II, 1824 

Sept. 16, 1824 

Oct. 13, 1 824* 

April 5, 1825 

May 4, 1825 

July 13, 1816 
March 2, 1807 

June 18, 1803 

July 28, 1740 

Aug. 14, 1773 
Dec. 22, 1787 

Nov. 9, 1788 
Oct. II, 1794 

Dec. I, 1798 

March 16, 1799 

May 27, 1 801 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



219 



MASON' Ruth, daughter of Aaron, Esq., and 
Daniel Sheldon, in this town. Gazette of 

Daniel, merchant, and Ann Jenckes, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Charles, in this town, hy Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 

Maria, daughter of Dr. Joseph, and David 
Burt, by Rev. Dr. Edes. Gazette of 

Marcy, daughter of Aaron, and Lemuel 
Vinton, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Joseph R. and Polly Wilbour, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of 

Edward aod Ann Marcy Gifford, daughter 
of the late Capt. Josiah, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Cornell, 

Elizabeth Champlain, only daughter of the 
late Dr. Benjamin, and Oliver Hazard 
Perry, Esq., U. S. Navy, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Edward, Jr., and Mary Lyndenburgher, both 
of this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell. Ga- 
zette of 

Joseph, Jr., U. S. Army, and Sophia Simons, 
at Newport. Gazette of 

l..ucia, daughter of John, Esq., of Killingly, 
Ct., and Hervey Blushfield, formerly of 
this town, at said Killingly. Gazette of 

William H., merchant, and Martha D. Whit- 
man, eldest daughter of Jacob, both of this 
town, by. Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Mary Ann and James Entwistle, both 
of the Theatre, at Washington. Gazette of 

Lieut. Milo, U. S. Artillery, and Marie 
Lewis, daughter of Andrew, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

Elizabeth, 33, and William Maker, 19, both 
of and at Swanzey, by Thomas Peck, Esq., 

Marcy and John Gorham, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Benedict, at Pawtucket, 

William and Hannah- Tabor, at Seekonk, 
Mass., by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Eliza W, daughter of Dr. Joseph, and 
Charles W. Cozzens, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
all of this town, 

Olney and Parley Cooke, eldest daughter of 
Col. Levi, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, 

James D., of Swanzey, and Ann Peckham, 
daughter of the late James, of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 



Aug. 22, 1 801 

Oct. 8, 1803 

Nov. 7, 1807 

Dec. 6, 1807 

May 20, 1809 

'June 20, 1809 

May 18, 181 1 

Sept. 28, 181 1 
Sept. 24, 1814 

Oct. 29, 1814 

Feb. 26, 1815 
July 29, 1815 

Sept. 7, 181 s 
Nov. 19, 181S 
June 16, 1816 

Sept. 8, 1 8 16 

Sept. 28, 1817 

Dec. 28, 1817 

March 28, 1 818 



220 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MASON Dr. John H., of this town, and Lucy 

Carpenter, daughter of the late James, of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, 
Chad'' and Hannah Cole, eldest daughter of 

Noah, both of and at Cumberlarid, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, 
Nathan and Emeline Armington, eldest 

daughter of Benjamin, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Nancy, daughter of George, and Olney Bur- 

lingame, by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at 

Cumberland, 
Aaron, of Attleboro, and Betsey Peck, 

daughter of Gideon, of and at Rehoboth, 
Abby, daughter of the late Gen. James B., 

and Nicholas Brown, Jr., by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at this town, 
Lydia T. and Thomas W. Wethby, both of 

this town, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, 
Samuel, Jr., and Ruth Jones, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Lydia, daughter of Dea. George, of Cumber- 
land, and Josiah A. Hunt, of Pawtuxet, at 

said Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
George, of this town, and Aseneth Ashley, 

daughter of Samuel, of and at Hampton, 

Ct. Gazette of 
Horatio and Julia Adams, daughter of the 

late Major Jasper, both of and at Med way, 

by Rev. Mr. Bailey. Gazette of ' 
Harriet D., of Attleboro, and Kilborn G. 

Robinson, of Boston, at said Attleboro. 

Gazette of Sept. 8, 1821 

Mary and Capt. Jesse Baker, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Gazette of Nov. 7, 1821 

Ann S., daughter of Dr. Joseph, of this town, 

arid Samuel Brown, Esq., naval officer, at i 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. Gazette of Nov. 24, 1821 

Electa, daughter of Dea. George, and Jason 

Cargill, both of and at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, . Oct. 13, 1822 

,Huldah, of Seekonk, and William Lawrence, 

of St. Johnsburyi Vt., at said Seekonk, Nov. 17, 1822 

George, 2d, and Sally F. Haskell, daughter 

of the late Comfort, of and at Cumberland. 

Gazette of Jan. i, 1823 

Ezra and Polly Smith, both of Seekonk, at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 13, 1823 

John A. and Mary M. Bagley, both of this 

town, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 22, 1823 



Oct. 14, 


1818 


Nov. I, 


1818 


Nov. 28, 


1819 


Jan. 2, 


1820 


March 6, 


1820 


July S, 


1820 


Aug. 13, 


1820 


Sept. 24, 


1820 


Oct. 16, 


1820 


Dec. 21, 


1820 


Dec. 22, 


1821 



PROVIDKNCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



221 



MASON William B. and Mary W. Young, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Samuel, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
William H. and Sarah Temple, daughter of 
the late James, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 
Sarah Brown, daughter of the late Hon. 
James B., of this town, and George Benja- 
min Ruggles, of Newport, at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 
MASTERS Polly, daughter of William, deceased, 
and Richard Penn, Lieut. Governor of 
Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, 
Dr. Samuel S. and Mrs. Abigail Squire. 
Second marriage of each, both former part- 
ners now living, they lived together ten 
days and then parted, at Roxbury, Mass. 
Gazette of 
John, of Marblehead, and Mrs. Hannah 
Neal, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, > 

MASURY William and Hannah Andrews, at 

Ipswich, Mass., 
MATHER Sarah, daughter of the late Dr. 
Elisha, of Northampton, Mass., and Major 
John Hutchins, bookseller, of this town, at 
said Northampton, Mass., < 

MATHEWS Susannah and Jeremiah Brown, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
MATHEWSON John, of Johnston, and Avis 
Aldrich, daughter of Joseph, at Glocester. 
Gazette of 
Nabby, daughter of Col. John, and Col. Wil- 
liam Peck, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Ga- 
zette of 
Deborah, daughter of Thomas, Jr., and John 
Greene, of Johnston, at Scituate. Gazette 
of 
Rhoda, daughter of Noah, Esq., and Benja- 
min Waterman, of Scituate, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 
Sally, daughter of C0I. John, and Rev. Her- 
man Daggett. Gazette of 
Capt. Bernard, of Coventry, and Deborah 

Fry, of East Greenwich. Gazette of 
Zebedee and Rebecca Corps, daughter of 
the late John, of < East Greenwich. Ga- 
' zette of 

Alice Crawford, daughter of Nicholas, and 
Joseph King, of Cranston, at Coventry. 
Gazette of 



June 30, 1824 
Aug. 29, 1824 

Aug. 22, 1825 
May 21, 1772 

July 18, 1818 

Oct. 8', 1 82 1 
Nov. 30, 18 1 5 

June I, 1816 
Nov. 14, 1807 

March 20, 1773 

Jan. 28, 1786 

Nov. 28, 1789 

April 21, 1792 

Sept. 8, 1792 

March 30, 1793 

Sept. 21, 1793 

Feb. 22, 1794 



222 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MATH EWSON Col. John and Hannah Bacon, 
daughter of Capt. Elijah. Gazette of 

Noel and Sukey Martin, at Harrington, by 
Rev. Mr. Townsend. The two grand- 
fathers and grandmothers of the bride 
were present. Gazette of 

Henry and Phebe Williams, both of Crans- 
ton. Gazette of 

Edmund T. and Mary Andrews, daughter of 
the late James, at Scituate. Gazette of 

Rufus, Esq., of this State, and Polly Bowen, 
of and at Lisbon, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Lee. 
Gazette of 

Thomas and Harriet Smith, daughter of 
Capt. Turpin, 

Daniel, Esq., of Johnston, and Mary Harris, 
daughter of Stephen, Esq., at Sc^uate, 

Lydia and John Farnum, both of and at 
Smithfield, (announced also in issue of 
. Aug. 29, 1 81 2) married, 

David, of Coventry, and Sarah Sherman, of 
and at Warwick, eldest daughter of John. 
Gazette of 

Mrs. Harriet and John Mathewson, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John and Mrs. Harriet Mathewson, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Betsey Champlain and James Blake, at 
Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, all of 
and at that place, 

Nancy Allen and Horatio Peck, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wright, all of that place, 

Betsey, eldest daughter of thp late Stephen, 
and Oris Sarle, at Scituate. Gazette of 

Capt. Samuel J., of Warren, and Sarah 
Kelley, of and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, 

Louisa and John Stokes, at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Susannah and Jeremiah Carpenter, at 
Cranston. Gazette of 
, Celia, youngest daughter of Elisha, and 
Coomer Smith, both of and at Scituate. 
Gazette of 

Rebecca, of Smithfield, youngest daughter 
of the lite Joseph, and Lewis Follett, of 
Cumberland. Gazette of 

Phebe W., daughter of Capt. Henry, and 
Rufus W. Kimball, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 



May 7, 1796 

Aug. 27, 1796 
Oct. 13, 1798 
Nov. 26, 1803 

May 5, 1804 
May 12, 1806 
June 2, 1807 

Aug. 16, 1812 

Aug. 18, 1816 
May 10, 1817 
May 10, 1 8 17 

Aug. 31, 1820 , 
Aug. 31, 1820 
March 7, 1821 

May 23, 182 1 
Aug. 25, 1821 
Dec. 27, 1823 

Jan. 3, 1824 

June 16, 1824 

Oct. 12, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 223 

MATHEWSON Mary W., daughter of Philip, of 
Johnston, and Brown Sweet, of Smithfield, 
at said Johnston. Gazette of May i, 1825 

MATTESON Abraham and Susannah Andrew, 
eldest daughter of John, both of Coventry, 
by Rev. Mr. Manchester, June 4, 1815 

Wealthian, daughter of Christopher, of West 
Greenwich, and Col. Edward Rotter, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight. Gazette of May 21, 1825 
MAUBOUGH Madamoiselle La Tour, and 
Mons. La Fayette, Jr., at Ham- 
burg. Gazette of . Aug. 18, 1798 
MAUDSLEY Mary Ann, youngest daughter of 
the late Capt. John, and Capt. Jacob 
Smith, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 6, 1804 
MAURAN Abigail, daughter of Capt. Joseph 
C, and Capt. William Church, of this town, 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Watson, March 16, 1806 
Capt. Ira, of Barrington, R. I., and Mrs. 
Eliza B. Wilder, daughter of Capt. Free- 
man Mayberry, at Newport, Oct. 6, 181 1 
Oroondates, merchant, and Martha Eddy, 
eldest daughter of Samuel PZddy, Esq., by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, in this town, Dec. 11, 18 14 
» Capt. Suchet, of this town, and Sophia 
Bowen, of and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Wright, Sept. 10, 1818 
Olive B. and CoJ. Walker Humphrey, both 
of this town, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Ware, , Dec. 27, 1821 
Dr. Joseph and Sophia R. Sterry, daughter 
of Cyrian, both of and at this town, Oct. 12^ 1820 
MAWNEY Hannah, daughter of John, Esq., 

deceased, and Stephen Harris.' Gazette of Jan. 28, 1775 
Dr. John, of Providence, and Nancy Wil- 
son, daughter of Dr. Wilson, at Hopkin- 
ton. Gazette of Dec. 2, 1775 

Hannah, daughter of Pardon, and Nicholas 
Tillinghast, at East Greenwich Gazette ■ 

of Sept. II, 1802 

Mary, daughter of Col. John, and Henry 
Valentine, of Hopkinton, Mass., merchant, 
at Cranston. Gazette of Feb. 13, 1808 

Mary, daughter of Pardon, Esq., and Hon. 
Elisha R. Porter, of South Kingstown, at 
East Greenwich. Gazette of July 14, 1810 

John, of Crahston, and Ruth C. Gladding, of 
this town, daughter of the late Capt. John 
W. Gazette of May 18, 18 11 



224 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MAWNEY Isabella Ann, of East Greenwich, 
and Peter G. Taylor, Esq., postmaster at 
Charleston, Ind., at South Kingstown. 
Gazette of July 3. 1822 

MAXCY Rev. Jonathan, of this town, and 
Susannah Hopkins, daughter of Esek, 
Esq. Gazette of Aug. 27, 1791 

Milton, Esq., attorney at law, and Mrs. 
Mary Barnwell, at Beaufort, N. C. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 13, 1808 
Cornelia Manning, eldest daughter of Rev. 
Dr. Maxcy, President of Columbia College, 
and James Gregg, Esq., at said place, by 
said Doctor, Jan. 18, 1814 
Joseph and Lois B. Fisher, daughter of the 
late Nathaniel, both of and at Attleboro, 
by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Aug. 31, 1823 
MAXFIELD Sylvia and Sheldon Young, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 30, 1820 

MAXON Wealthy, daughter of Isaac, and John 

Ward, at Newport. Gazette of Jan. i, 1823 

MAXSON Carpenter and Catharine Bixler, by 

Joseph Heistand, Esq., Jan. 17, 1815 

MAXWELL Hannah, daughter of James, Esq., 
and James Driscoll, of New Brunswick, 
,N. J. Gazette of , June 23, 1804 

Martha, daughter of James, Esq., and Sam- 
uel Randall, preceptor of Warren Academy. 
Gazette of Aug. 26, 1809 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Level, and Tib- 
betts Pearce, at Warren. Gazette of Jan. 18, 1812 

• Mrs. —, of Clarkes Bridge, 96, and 

Henry Cain, 84 ; this is the 6th time of 
the groom, and 9th time of the bride being 
joined in wedlock, at Glasgow, Scot. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 26, 1 814 
George, in 85th year, to a blooming maid of 
23 years; the groom was in high glee on 
the occasion, although he is a father, 
grand-father and great-grand father to lOi 
children ; his second marriage, in London. 
Gazette of Jan. 6, 1816 
Emeline M., daughter of James, of Warren, 
and George Saunders, of Philadelphia, at 
said Warren, Aug. 24, 1820 
Patience G., daughter of James, Esq., and 
Capt. Samuel Cole, both of and at Warren, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker, Aug. 30, 1821 
Judeth, of this town, and Levi Lord, of North 
Providence, Dec. 5, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 225 

MAXWELL Major Thomas and Mrs. Eleanor 

Heacock; the Major is in his 82d year ; he 

served in British Continental and American 

armies nearly 70 years; was at Battle of 

Fighting Island and Bloody Bridge, in 

Ppntiac'sWar, and one of the very few who 

escaped that disaster ; at River Rough, 

near Detroit. Gazette of Oct. 15, 1823 

Mary, eighth daughter of Capt. James, and 

Capt. Haile Collins, both of Warren, at 

Swanzey. Gazette of Nov. 3, 1824 

MAY Oliver and Foriniah Walcott, at Cumber- 
land. Gazette of . June 20, 1789 
Susannah, daughter of Hon. Elisha, and 

Dr. Calvin Martin, at Attleboro. Gazette- 

of June 15, 1793 

Catharine C, daughter of John, Esq., and 

Rev. Henry Edes, pastor of the First Con- 
gregational Church and Society, of this 

town, at Boston', by Rev. Dr. Lathrop. 

Gazette of July 27, 1805 

Jesse, Esq.,attorney at law, and Betsey Marsh, 

both of Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Messer. 

Gazette of . Oct. 24, 1807 

Catharine, eldest daughter of Col. Joseph, and 

Dr. Charles Williams Winship, of Rox- 

bury, at Boston, April 10, 1808 

John, Jr., merchant, and Ann Gordon Reed, 

daughter of the late Sampson, Esq., at 

Trinity Church, Boston, by Rev. Mr. Gar- 
diner, April 7, 18 1 2 
Lemuel and Eliza Wilder, daughter of Rev. 

Mr. Wilder, of and at Attleboro, Dec. 22, 1814 

Mary Ann and William Knox, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 14, 1823 

Sarah and Paul W. Dawley, at Newport. 

Gazette of , Jan. 26, 1825 

MAYBERRY Amelia, daughter of Capt. Free- 
man, of Newport, and Capt. Henry Smith, 

of Bristol, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 24, 1812 

Ann, daughter of the late Capt. Freeborn, of 

Newport, and Joseph Mclntire, at Bristol, 

by Rt. Rev. Bishop Gnswold, Jan. 26, 1825 

MAYNARD Lawson D. and Nancy Smith, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 19, 1820 

MAYO Rebecca, aged 13, and Archibald Davis, 

aged 20, at Waterford. Gazette of March 22, 1806 

MAYRANT Placidia, daughter of William, Esq., 

of Statesburgh, S. C, and Rev. Jasper 

Adams, Professor of Natural Philosophy in 

B. U., in this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 4, 1823 



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McAllister H. M., Esq., and Louisa Char- 
lotte Cutler, at Quincy, Mass. Gazette of 

McANARMEY Jane and Jesse Cudworth, both 
of and at Seekonk. Gazette of 

McCALLA Mrs. Eunice and Elijah Brooks, edi- 
tor of "Salem Messenger," at Salem, N. J. 
Gazette of 

McCANN Mr. P and Mrs. Mary Sabin, 

widow of the late Captain James. Gazette 
of 

Mary, daughter of Mr. P McCann, and 

Fenner Rhodes. Gazette of 

McCLELLAN Capt. Samuel, Jr., and Nancy 
Dexter, daughter of Col. Knight, at Smitli- 
field. Gazette of 

McClelland Nancy, daughter of Gen. Mc- 
Clelland, and John Lovett, Esq., attorney 
at law, at Woodstock, Ct., 

Lucretia, of Woodstock, and Gen. 

Huntington, of Norwich. Gazette of 
Nathaniel, of Woodstock, and Grace Mal- 
bone, daughter of Capt. Evan, at Pomfret, 
Ct. Gazette of 

McCLEN^HAN Miss and John-Murray, 

late of Providence, merchant, at Alexan- 
dria, Va. Gazette of 

McCLISH Sally and Jacob Richardson, Jr., at 
Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of 

McCLURE Rev. David, D. D., of East Windsor, 
Ct., and Betsey Martin, widow of Capt. 
John, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Preston, 

McCOLLOCK Mary and John Mein, in this 
town. Gazette of 

McCONKEY Peggy, of Louisville, Ga., and Eb- 
enezer L. Bowen, formerly of this town, at 
said Louisville, * 

McCORMICK Eleanor and Samuel Gill, both of 
Boston, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

McCUTCHON Mrs. Mary, 70, and Christian 
Gambert, 80, of Washington, Penn., at 
Greensburg, Penn. Gazette of 

McDonald Mary, daughter of Charles, of 
London, and Thomas Sabin. Gazette of 
Allen, aged 95 years, and Mrs. Margaret 
Bidge, .aged 25 years, at Monk Warmouth, 
Eng., 

McDonnell Catharine, aged 22 years, and 
Lieut. R McDonnell, aged 95 years, 



Nov. 2, 1822 
• Oct. 30, 1824 

Feb. 27, 1822 

March 26, 1796 
Sept. 27, 1800 

Jan. 3, 1784 

Feb. 3, 1788 
Oct. 24, 179s 

April 9, 1808 

Jan. 20, 1787 
June 8, 1805 

Oct. 5, 1 8 19 
Aug. 23, 1800 

April 8, 1813 
Dec. 22, 181 1 

June 30, 1821 
Aug. 28, 1773 

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McDonnell : 

in Scotland, He is an old soldier on half- 
pay, and she a beautiful young lady of a 
very respectable family. Gazette of 

Lieut. R —, aged 95 years, and Catharine 

McDonnell, aged 22 years, in Scotland. 
He is an old soldier on half -pay, and she a 
beautiful young lady of a very respectable 
family. Gazette of ' ' 

McFARLAND William and Mary Greene, both . 
of Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 
William, Jr., and Sarah Moore, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
James and Isabella Armstrong, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of this town, 
Alexander and Sally Cady, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Thomas and Martha Corey, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

McFARLIN Patty, 56, and Nathaniel Low, of 
Waterville, Mass., 88, at Fairfield, Mass. 
Gazette of 

McFOY Elizabeth, of this town, and John Arm- 
strong, of New York, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Gazette of 
Capt. Daniel' and Mrs. Nancy Thurber, in 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Thomas and Mary Vaton, both of and at 
Newport, 

McGEE Margaret, of Foster,. and Almadus Wil- 
kinson, of Scituate, at Foster, by Rev. Mr. 
Wells, 

McGregor Betsey, daughter of Col. John, and 
Andrew Horton, of this town, at Coventry. 
Gazette of 

McINTIRE William and Ruth Lovett, daugh- 
ter of William, Esq., of New York, at 
Schenectady, N. Y., 
Joseph and Ann Mayberry, daughter of the 
late Capt. Freeborn, of Newport, at Bris- 
tol, by Rf. Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

McKENZIE James and Mrs. Joanne Dumotte, 
at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, 

McKESSON John, Esq., of New York, and 
Sarah Hull, daughter of Major-General 
Hull, at Newton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Ho- 
mer. Gazette of 

McKIE Mary, daughter of Dr. Andrew, and 
Thomas Burgess, Esq., attorney at law, of 
this town, at Wareham. Gazette of 



Aug. s, 181;; 

Aug. 5, 181S 

Dec. 12, 1813 

Jan. 10, 1815 

March 16, 1815 

May 4, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1822 

Feb. 21, 1 82 1 

March 16, 1805 
Nov. 27, 181 r 
Nov. 14, 1815 

Oct. 28, 1 8 10 

Sept. 12, 1 81 2 

Nov. 4, i8io 

Jan. 26, 1825 
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McLANE Major David and Mrs. Joanna De- 
Eckhoot. Gazette of 
John A. and Rebecca Willey, eldest daugh- 
ter of John, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, all of 
Providence, at St. John's Church, 

McLaughlin Mrs. Elizabeth, late from South 
Carolina, and Dr. William Shaw, at Wick- 
ford, 

McLEAN Mrs. ' Maria and Caleb B. Bowermg, 
merchant, both of New York, in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

McLELLAN Eliza and John T. Spaulding, of 
this town, at Albany, N. Y. Gazette of 

McLELLAND Mary Ann, daughter of Major 
Samuel, of this town, and George W. 
Frothingham, merchant, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 

McREA. Major William. '2d' U. S. Regiment, 
and Mary Champlain, daughter of the late 
Capt. Robert, at Newport. Gazette of 

McTUNN Polly and Collinson Read, Esq., of 
Reading, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

MEACHAM Mrs. , S3, and Peter Hunter, 

25, at Avon. Gazette of 

MEADE Bythania and Capt. WiUiam H. Smith, 
son of the late Rev. Hezekiah, of Haver- 
hill, both of New York, at Bridgeport, Ct. 
Gazette of 

MEDBERRY Fanny, daughter of John, Esq., 
and John Chaffee, of Warren, Penn., at 
Seekonk. Gazette of 

MEDBURY Darling, of Greenfield, N. Y., and 
Drusilla Burlingame, daughter of Capt. 
David, of and at Gloeester, 
Calvin and Nancy Pearce, eldest daughter of 
Aaron, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Otis Thomp- 
son, 
George, of Seekonk, and Catharine B. 
Rhodes, of Cranston, daughter of the late 
Capt. John, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Jacobs, 

MEIN John and Mary McCollock, in this town. 
Gazette of 

MELCHOR Joseph C, editor "Nantucket In- 
quirror," and Susan P. Coffin, daughter of 
Capt. James J., at Nantucket. Gazette of 

MELENDY William and Lucy W. Edes, both 
of Boston. Gazette of 

MELLEN Eliza, daughter of Col. James, and 
Rev. John Fiske, of New Braintree, at Mil- 
ford, by the Rev. Caleb Alexander, 



July 19, 1794 

July I, 181 1 

Oct. 16, 1796 

March 28, 1803 
July 30, 1796 

May 22, 1824 

Nov. 14, 1 80 1 
Jan. 23, 1773 
April 8, 18 1 5 

Feb. I, 1806 

Nov. 5, 1823 

March 24, 1808 

March 13, 1814 

Dec. 4, 1817 
Aug. 23, 1800 

Nov. 10, 1821 
March 9, 181 1 

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PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 229 

M ELLEN Mary, daughter of Col. James, and 
Samuel Warren, of this , town, at Milford, 
Mass., by the Rev. Caleb Alexander, April 19, 1797 

MELVILLE Fanny and Charles Copeland, mer- 
chant. It is a remarkable fact that these 
parties have each 17 brothers and sisters 
all living. Gazette of . Oct. 7, 1769 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and John 
De Wolfe, of Bristol, at Boston. Gazette 
of • ■ Oct. 29, 1808 

Thomas and Abby Swinbourne, daughter of 

Nathaniel, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 23, 1820 

MENAGE Alexis, of Bristol, and Lydia An- 
thony, daughter of Caleb, of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, April 21, 1822 

MERCHANT Sally, daughter of the late Hon. 
Henry, and t)r. Jeremiah W. Case, at 
South Kingstown. Gazette of Dec. 9, 1797 

MERLAND John, of Boston, merchant, and 
Ruth. Gushing, daughter of Thomas C, 
editor of the "Salem Gazette'' at Salem. 
Gazette of June 25, 1814 

MERRILL Abraham, 81, and Mrs. Huldah 
Rowe, 82, at Amhurst. Their children, 
grand, and great-grandchildren. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1819 

Mary Ann, of Seekonk, and Walter C. 
Helme, of Smithfield, at said Seekonk. 
Gazette of Jan. 12, 1825 

Major Frederick and Mary Ann Merrill, 
daughter of Ozias, at Falmouth. (An un- 
cle marries his neice.) Gazette of June i, 1825 
Mary Ann, daughter of Ozias, and Major 
Frederick Merrill, at Falmouth. (An un- 
cle marries his neice.) Gazette of June i, 1825 

MERRETT Emma, in 29th year, and Dr. 
Brewster, in 76th year, after a courtship of 
10 years, at White Plains, N. Y., Aug. S, 1800 

MERRIMAN Hannah, daughter of Major Mar- 
cus, and Nathan S. Read; both of New 
Haven, by Rev. Mr. Merwin. Gazette of April 30, 1814 

MERRY Joseph and Amey Spaulding, daughter 

of Nathaniel, at Smithfield. Gazette of Feb. 24, 1798 

Sarah and Peyton Gay, at Boston. Gazette 

of Oct. 25, 1806 

Mrs. Ann and Luen Pope, both of this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 25, 1813 

Abby Wheaton and John Carter Hargood, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 10, 1822 

Lydia, youngest daughter of the late Joseph, 
and Samuel Mowry, both of and at Smith- 
field. Gazette of March 17, 1824 



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MERWIN Sarah and David Perkins, after a 
courtship of one night, at Woodbridge, Ct. 
Gazette of 
MESSENGER Olivia and Rhoda Kilton, at 
Taunton. Gazette of 

Mary H. and Amos Walton, both of and at 
Attleboro. Gazette of 
MESSER Asa, Professor of Languages in Col- 
lege of Rhode Island, and Deborah An- 
gell, daughter of Hope, of North Provi- 
dence. Gazette of 
METCALF George, Esq., of Albany, N. Y., 
attorney at law, and Eliza Talbot, late of 
this town, at Johnston, N. Y. Gazette of 

Hannah, daughter of Michael, and Joseph 
W. Larchar, in this town. Gazette of 

Lewis, of Wrentham, and Betsey Wilson, 
daughter of the late Capt. John, of New- 
ton. Gazette of 

Nathaniel G. and Lydia Packard, of this 
, town. Gazette of 

Catharine and Joseph Brown, she of this 
town, he of Bristol. Gazette of 

Samuel, merchant, and Frances Calder, 
daughter of James, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sophia, daughter of Joel, Esq., and James 
Perrin, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Lucy, daughter of Joel, and Boise Calder, in 
this town, 

Eleanor and Carter B. Poindexter, Esq., at 
Norfolk, Va. Gazette of 

Theron, Esq., attorney at law, of Dedham, 
Mass., and Julia Tracy, .daughter of the 
late Uriah, of and at Litchfield, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

Joel, Jr., and Susan Holton, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Marcy, of Wrentham, and Bartholomew 
Cushman, of Attleboro, at said Wrentham, 
by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Reuben and Hannah Belcher, both of and at 
Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 

Celia Ann and Reuben Burden, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Peletiah, of Smithfield, and Abigail Hawes, 
of and at Franklin. Gazette of 

Joseph Gay and Evelina Houghton, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Thomas Sanford, of Augusta, Ga., and Celia 
Greene, youngest daughter of the late 



March 25, 1815 

March i, 18 17 

Dec. 24, 1823 

May 20, 1797 

April 2, 1 79 1 
Dec. 16, 1797 

Dec. 16, 1797 
March 16, 1799 
May 10, 1800 
July 12, 1806 
July 12, 1806 
May 24, 1807 
May 13, 1809 

Nov. 25, 1809 
April 24, 1 8 14 

May 30, 1819 
June 6, 1819 
April 9, 1820 
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Oct. 23, 1820 



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231 



METCALF : 

Capt. Jqhn M., of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Dexter, of Rhode Island, and Mary Bishop, 
at New London, Ct. Gazette of 

Alice B. and Arthur Snow, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, in this town, 

Meheta M., daughter of Lewis, and Henry 
Bowen, of Boston, publisher of Universal- 
ist Magazine, at Wrentham. Gazette of 

Whiting and Almira Taft, eldest daughter 
of Sweeting, 

Whipple and Sophia Jenckes, both of Cum- 
berland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, 

Joel, Esq., and Mrs. Hannah Mitchell, in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

James ^nd -Matilda Peckham, both of and at 
Newport. Gazette of 
METZPOR Mary, of Charleston, S. C, and 
Capt. Samuel Thomas, of this town, at 
Charleston, S. C. Gazette of 
MEYER Mary, youngest daughter of John R., 
of Wall St., New York, and Henry Bow- 
ers, Jr., of Swanzey, 

MIFFLIN John and Mifflin, daughter of 

the Governor, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
-, daughter of Governor Mifflin, and 



John Mifflin, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
MILBANKE Miss and Lord Byron, at 

Durham, Eng. Gazette of 
MILK John and Eliza Waters, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of 
MILLARD Esther Bowen, daughter of Noah, 

Jr., of Foster, and Hon. Theodore Foster, 

late senator from Rhode Island, at Mt. 

Hugeria, by Rev. John Williams, 
Sally, of Warwick, and Nicholas Branch, Jr., 

of North Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Manchester. Gazette of 
Levi and Sally Ann Fleming, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Baker. Gazette of 
MILLEN Eliza, of Galway, N. Y., and William 
, Cranston, of Warren, at Galway, N. Y. 

Gazette of 
MILLERNAN George, of East Greenwich, and 

Elizabeth Tripp, of Barrington. Gazette 

of 



July 30, 1 82 1 

Nov. 21, 1821 

Dec. 6, 1 82 1 

Nov. 9, 1822 
April 15, 1823 

July 2, 1823 

April I, 1824 

Sept. 29, 1824 

Aug. 10, 1799 

Jan. 6, 1772 

April 25, 1795 

April 25, 1795 

March 18, 1815 

Jan. 13, 1 82 1 

July 20, 1803 

Oct. 28, 1809 
March 16, 1816 

Aug. 29, 1807 

June 19, 1779 



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MILLER Rebecca, daughter of Col. Nathan, 
and Col. Sylvester Child, at Warren. Ga- 
zette of 

Hope, of this town, and John P. Jones, mer- 
chant. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Nathan, Esq , and 
Charles Wheaton, at Warren. Gazette of 

Asa and Amey b\y, at Cumberland. Ga- 
zette of 

Phineas, of Georgia, and Mrs. Catharine 
Greene, widow of Major General Greene, 
at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Ewing. Ga- 
zette of 

Jane and Samuel Cooper, at Plainfield, Ct. 
Gazette of 

Oliver and Nancy White. Gazette of 

Mary L., daughter of the late Capt. John, 
and John B. Gilpin, Esq., British Consul 
for State of Rhode Island, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Dehon, 

Desire B., daughter of the late Capt. John, 
and Capt. Aaron C. Dennis, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Celia and Nicholas Hopkins, both of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
• Henry and Eliza Ingraham, daughter of Sim- 
eon, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Susan L. and John Bass, 

James S. and Freelove Westcott, by Rev. 
Mr. Williams, all of Providence, 

Philip and Mrs. Merany Allen, daughter of 
Aaron Pratt, of Taunton, at Rehoboth. 
Gazette of 

John, printer, and Sarah Rogers Balch, only 
daughter of Joseph, both of this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Consider and Oliver Brown, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Elizabeth and Capt. Nicholas Hopkins, by 
"Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at this town, 

Lewis L. and Melinda Hodges Allen, at 
Rehoboth, 

Louisa, of this town, and Benjamin Butts, of 
Seekonk, at this town, 

Benjamin, Jr., and Phebe Barney, both of 
this town, by Rfev. Dr. Gano, 

Eliza A. and John C. Wood, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

John and Lucy Ruff, at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, 



Aug. ;, 1773 

Dec. 20, 1777 

Oct. 9, 1784. 

May 2, 1795 

July ^, 1796 

Sept. 8, 1798 
Nov. 22, 1800 

. Nov. 20, 1803 

May 16, 1807 

Oct, II, 1807 

Nov. 23, 1807 
April 23, 1809 

Oct. 27, 181 1 

Aug. 8, 1812 

Sept. I, 1 8 16 
Sept. 21, 181 7 
March 12, 1818 
Sept. 23, 1818 
Nov. 20, 1 81 8 
March 5, 1820 
May 4, 1820 
Sept. 10, 1820 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 233 

MILLER Pardon and Ann Eliza Martin, daugh- 
ter of William B., both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, • Jan. i, 1821 

Betsey and George Jenckes, 2d, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, at Pawtucket, " July i, 1821 

Adelia and Hiram Ide, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter. Gazette of Oct. 6, 1821 

H^lsey, of Cumberland, and Lavina Briggs, 

of and at this town. Gazette of Dec. 8, 1821 

John, publisher of "Manufacturers and 

Farmers Journal," and Almira Field, 

daughter of the late Capt. Jphn, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1822 

Ira K. and Mary Bullock, both of and at 

Attleboro. Gazette of June 26, 1822 

Dr. L. L., of Franklin, Mass.," and Electra 

Smith, of and at Bristol, by Rt. Rev. 

Bishop Griswold, Dec. 25, 1822 

Benjamin, of East Greenwich, and Mary B. 

Holmes, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, Dec. 24, 1823 

Jeremiah, of New York, and Catharine 

Wheaton, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Williams, May 2, 1824 

Edward F., of this town, and Louisa Hitch- 
cock, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Dec. 8, 1824 

Mary, of Cumberland, and Seth Howard, of 

Olneyville, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Feb. 17, 1825 

Mrs. Lydia and Stephen Johnson, at Warren. 

Gazette of May 11, 1825 

MILLETT Thomas and Mrs. Elizabeth Thurs- 

• ton, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 14, 1825 

MILLS Mrs. Ann and Capt. Robert Lillibridge, 

of Philadelphia, at Savannah, Ga. Gazette 

of Jan. i^, 1810 

MILNE Eliza, daughter of Edmund, and John 

Russell, of Boston, printer. Gazette of April 13, 1793 

MINNARD James and Eliza Allen, both of and 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, Nov. 12, 1820 

MINOT Mehitable Logan, youngest daiighter of 

Christopher, and Henry W. Richards, mer- 
chant, at Boston. Gazette of - Oct. 25, 1806 
MINOTE Jacob and Catharine Murray, at Bris- 
tol, '- May 3, 1812 , 
MINTURN Nathaniel Greene, of New York, 

and Lydia Coates, daughter of Samuel, of 

and at Philadelphia. Gazette of July 2, 1808 



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MITCHELL Edward, Esq., of South Carolina, 
and Nancy Bowen, daughter of Dr. 
Ephraim. Gazette of 

Alexander, Esq., "^agec^ 109 years, and Jane 
Hammond, aged 16 years, at Richmond, 
Va. . Gazette of 

Admiral Sir Andrew, K. B., Commander of 
the British fleet on that station, and Mary 
Uniacke, eldest daughter of R. J., Esq., in 
Halifax, N. S. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of Richard, of Middletown, 
and Asa Sherman, of Portsmouth, at 
Friends Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Joanna, daughter of Richard, of Middletown, 
and David Rodman, at' Friends Meeting 
House, Newport. Gazette of 

Dr. Edward, formerly a resident of this town, 
and Eliza G. Brayard, at Edisto Island, S. 
C. Gazette of 

Betsey, of North Providence, and Gardiner 
Greenleaf, of Boston, in this town, 

Margaret and Peter Batchellor, both of New 
Hampshire, in this town, 

Mrs. Hannah, of this town, and John Glazier, 
of East Greenwich, at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

Thomas M. and Julia Ann Bowen, daughter 
of Dr. Joseph, of and at Gloucester. Ga- 
zette of 

Thomas B., formerly of this town, and Mrs. 
Mary Ball Hill, widow of Hon. Arthur, of 
Savannah, Ga., at Dameron Place, Miss., 

Mrs. Hannah and Joel Metcalf, Esq., in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

William and Lydia P. Brickley, daughter of 
Major Henry, both of and at this town. 
Gazette of 
MODOCK Hitty and Ichabod Henry, at Plain- 
field. Gazette of 
MOLOY Daniel and Martha Black, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
MONRO Nathan, Jr., of Rehoboth, and Cather- 
ine Welsh, of and at Baltimore. Gazette 
of 
MONROE Jeremiah and Sarah Hull. Gazettfe 
of 
Sally and Thomas Corey, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Sept. IS, 1792 
Jan. 13, 1798 

June IS, 1 80s 

Nov. 23, 1 80s 

Sept. 20, 1806 

Feb. 22, 18 12 

March 8, 18 12 

Sept. I, 1814 

Feb. II, 1816 

Oct. 19, 1820 

March 9, 1823 
April I, 1824 

Sept. 8, 1824 

Jan. 21, 181S 

July 3, 1814 

Jan. 17, 1789 

Nov. 6, x802 

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235 



MONROE Nathaniel, Esq., and Sarah Dimond, 
eldest daughter of Jonathan, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of 

Maria Hester, youngest daughter of James, 
President of the United. States, and Sam- 
uel Lawrence Gouverneur, Esq., New 
York, at Washington City, by Rev. Mr. 
Hawley. Gazette of 

Allen, 3d, and Joanna Lincoln, at Bristol. 
Gazette of 

Capt. Matthias, of Bristol, and Dorcas White, 
daughter of Capt. Thomas, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

Capt. Joseph S., of this town, and Louisa 
Henderson, daughter of the late Capt. 
John, of New York, at Charleston, S. C, 

Elizabeth B., eldest daughter of Major Heze- 
kiah, and Samuel Coggeshall, Esq., both of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates, 

Mary, daughter of Josiah, of this town, and 
Richard Barstow, of Rochester, Mass., at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Col. Joseph Jones, brother of the President 
of the United States, and Huldah Hub- 
bard, at Charlton, Missouri. Gazette of 

James, Jr., of Virginia, and Elizabeth Mary 
Douglass, daughter of the late George, of 
and at New York. Gazette of 

William P. and Phebe Wright, both of and at 
Bristol. Gazette of 

Mary, of Seekonk, and Joseph Spaulding, of 
Connecticut, at Attleboro, 

Eleanor, daughter of Edward, of Bristol, and 
Charles B. Spooner, of this town, at said 
Bristol. Gazette rl 

Sarah' and Henry Blesdell, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

MONTCRIEFF Major , of the 55th, and 

Polly Livingstone, daughter of Robert, de- 
ceased, 
MOONEY William S., tobacco spinner, aged 18 

years and Widow Vincent, aged 105 

years, at Sligo, Ireland. Gazette of 
MOORE John E., of South Carolina, and Fran- 
ces Bowen, daughter of Dr. Ephraim. Ga- 
zette of 

William, Jr., merchant, and Harriet Gibbs, of 
Providence, at Newport. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of John, Esq., and Robert 
Hume, at Charleston, S. C. Gazette of 



March 22, 1817 

March 23, 1820 
April 10, 1820 

Nov. 30, 1820 

April 28, 1 82 1 

May IS, 1821 

May 18, 1821 

Sept. 22, 1 82 1 

April 17, 1822 
July 10, 1822 
May 18, 1823 

Sept. 15, 1824 
Dec. S, 1824 

Oct. 10, 1764 

Dec. S, 1772 

Aug. 29, 1789 

Nov. 28, 1807 

June 8, 181 1 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MOORE Thomas W., Esq., H. B. M. Consul at 
Philadelphia, and Mary Gibbs, daughter of 
the late George, Esq:, at Tnrtity Church, 
Newport, 

Eliza, of Charleston, S. C, and Capt. Jona- 
than Emery, of Saco, Mass., at Charleston, 
S. C. Gazette of 

Harriet, daughter of the late James, and Jer- 
emiah Hazard, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mrs. Hannah, 74, and Mr. Hitchcock, 74, at 
Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of 

Sarah and William McFarland, Jr., both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mrs. Mary and Henry Pike, both of this 
town, 

•Sarah, of Philadelphia, and Robert S. Coffin, 
Esq. (Boston Bard), at said Philadelphia, 

Martha M., daughter of Col. Henry, of New- 
port, and Nehemiah S. Draper, of this 
town, at said Newport, by Rev. Mr. Whea- 
ton, 

Larkin, a traveller, and Nancy Cooke, at Bev- 
erly. Gazette of 

Anna Mitchell, of Charleston, S. C, and 
George Parker, of. Boston, merchant, at 
former place, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Bowen. 
Gazette of 

William, of Newport, and Margaret Martin, of 
and at Elizabeth City, N. C. Gazette of 

Mrs. Harriet L. and Lawrence J. Russell, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Sarah Ann, daughter of John, and Benjamin 
South wick, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 
mell, 

Harriet S., widow of Col. William, and Capt. 
Josiah Crocker, at Newport. Gazette of 

Fanny, of Bristol, and Seth Guphe, Jr., of 
Raynham, Mass., at said Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Mann, 
MORCAU Madame Marie Louise Magdeleine 
Valentine Duoezac Castra, widow of Mons. 
Louis Morcau du Lassey, and Edward Liv- 
ingston, Esq., at New Orleans. Gazetje of 
MOREHOUSE Mary and Samuel Finch, at 

Norwalk, Ct. Gazette of 
MORGAN Samuel and Elizabeth Waterman, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, in this town. 

Col. George, of Washington Co., Penn., and 
Catharine Duane, eldest daughter of Col. 



Oct. 13, 181 1 

r 

Jan. 2, 1813 

Oct. I, 1814 

Dec. 3, 1814 

Jan. 10, 1815 

Nov. 4, 181S 

April 20, 1 819 

Feb. 8, 1820 
Jan. 3, 1821 

Feb. 22, 1823 

May 22, 1820 ^ 

May 18, 1823 

Nov. 2, 1823 
March 6, 1824 

Sept. 25, 1825 

July 13, 180S 

Dec. 12, i8^8 

March 13, 1800 



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MORGAN : 

William, editor of the "Aurora," at Phila- 
delphia. Gazette of 

Sir Thomas and Miss Owenson, the 

novelist, in Ireland. Gazette of 

Capt. L. T. and Nancy Dunn, at Boston. 
Gazette of 

Rebecca Wain, of Philadelphia, and William 
R. Rodman, of New Bedford, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Mulberry Street, Phila- 
delphia, 
MORRELL David Lawrence, Governor of New 
Hampshire, and Lydia Poore, daughter of 
Moses, Esq., both of Goffstown, at Pem- 
broke, N. H. Gazette of 

MORRIS , daughter of Robert, Esq., and 

James Marshall, Esq., at Philadelphia. 
Gazette of 

Robert and Anna Heath, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Noudiah, Esq., and Prudence Clarke Hart, 
at Boston. . Gazette of 

Margaret, of Burlington, and Isaac Collins, 
Jr., of New York, at Burlington, N. J., 

Mary and Arthur Tripp, formerly of this 
town, at Pomfret, Ct., 

Walla and Flora Reynolds, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Charles, Esq., Captain U. S. Navy, and Har- 
riet Bowen, daughter of Dr. William, in 
this town, by Rev Mr. Edes, 

Capt. George N., U. S. Army, and Sarah R. 
Mumford, eldest daughter of Benjamin B., 
Esq., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Miller, 

Mary Ann B. and Gershom C. Jenckes, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
MORSE Nancy and Jeremiah Hefferlon. Ga- 
zette of. 

Lois Ayer and Horatio Gates Allen, one of 
the proprietors of the "Merrimac Intelli- 
gence," at Haverhill. Gazette of 

Benaniah, of this town, and Rebecca Morse, 
of and at Thompson, Ct., 

Rebecca, of Thompson, Ct., and Benaniah 
Morse, of this town, at said Thompson, 

Spencer and Mary Pike, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Olive, 28, and Constant Tabor, 47, in this 
town, 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel, of this town, 
and Otis Torrey, at this town, 



Oct. 10, 1807 
May 16, 1 812 
Oct. 10, 1812 

Dec. 2, 1813 

Aug. 14, 1824 

April 25, 1795 

March 30, 1799 

Sept. 26, 1^07 

Oct. 4, 1 8 10 

Jan. 10, 1813 

Aug. 15,1813 

Feb. 4, 1815 

Oct. 7, 1817 

Dec. 10, 1818 

March 19, 1796 

May 15, 1813 

March 17, 1 816 

March 17, 1816 
Nov. 29, 1818 

Jan. 31, 1819 

Jan. 9, 1820 



238 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MORSE Arnold and Mary A. -Spencer, both of 

East Greenwich, Oct. 12, 1820 

Gardiner, of Somerset, and Nancy Luther, 

of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. 

Gazette of Aug. 3, 1822 

Nelson and Eliza Blockington, both of and 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Killam. Ga- 
zette of ' Dec. 24, 1823 
George and Ann Louisa Remington, at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, July 22, 1824 

MORTON Hannah and Capt. James Dexter, 

at Boston. Gazette of Dec. 14, 1771 

John, of Philadelphia, merchant, and Mary 

Robinson, eldest daughter of Thomas, at 

Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of July 6, 1793 
MOSEROP Rev. Henry, of Nonsemond Co., 

Va., and Elizabeth Handy, daughter of 

Capt. Charles, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 19, 1789 

MOSES Solomon and Rachal Gratz, daughter of 
• Michael, Esq., of Philadelphia, at New 

York, by Rev. G. Seixas. Gazette of , July 5, 1806 

MOSHIER Ruth, daughter of Caleb, of this 

town, and Joseph A. Andrews, of Gloces- 

ter, by Rev. Mr. Mace, Aug. 18, 1822 

(This marriage has been incorrectly in- 
serted in some newspapers.) 
Constant Burr and Mary Saunders Johnson, 

daughter of Ebenezer, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 23, 1823 

MOSHER Capt. William H. and Susan Brad- 
ford, both of and at Bristol. Gazette of Nov. 17, 1824 
MOSS Polly and Roswell Doolittle, at Walling- 

ford, Ct. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1821 

Samuel and Betsey Doolittle, at Wallingford, 

Ct. Gazette of Aug. 18, 182 1 

MOTT Samuel, of New York, and Elizabeth 

Barnard, at Newport, at the Friends' 

Meeting House. Gazette of Aug. 9, 1794 

Joanna, youngest daughter of Jacob, and 

Daniel Chace, of Prudence, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Portsmouth. Gazette of Dec. 15, 1798 

Cooke and Lucy Briggs, at Johnston, Dec. 9, 1813 

Eliza, youngest daughter of Benjamin, and 

John A. Wadsworth, M. D., both of and 

at Portsmouth, at the Friends' Meeting 

House, Oct 2 1822 

MOULTON Sullivan, merchant, and Betsey ' ' 

Langford, daughter of Capt. H olden. Ga- 
zette of . Nov. s, 1803 



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239 



MOULTON William and Mary Henshaw, daugh- 
ter of John, at Newport. Gazette of 

Cromwell and Lucinda Olney, daughter of 
Richard, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, 

Michael and Sarah Cutter, second daughter 
of Thomas, Jr., all of Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Gibson, 

Sally, daughter of the late Michael, and 
James Perry, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mary C, of Attleboro, and Samuel Atkin- 
son, Esq., of Chilicothe, Ohio, at Philadel- 
phia. Gazette of 
MOWRY Elizabeth (aged .between 40 and 50 
years) and Dr. Simeon Brown, of Smith- 
field, by Daniel Smifh, Justice, 

Martha, daughter of the late Col. Elisha, and 
Charles Jenckes, of East Windsor, Ct., 
merchant, at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Dr. Moses and Lydia Manton, eldest daugh- 
ter of Col. Edward, at Johnston. Gazette 
of 

Jeremiah and Content Appleby, daughter of 
John, at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Adah, daughter of Abel, and Asahel Harris, 
at Scituate. Gazette of 

Major Nathaniel, 3d, and Lydia Dexter, 
daughter of Jonathan, at Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Olive, eldest daughter of William, Esq., and 
Farnum Harris, at Smithfield, 

Rachal, daughter of Jeremiah, and William 
Smith, at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Polly and Jacob Spaulding, at Killingly, Ct. 

~ Gazette of 

Charlotte and William Chapman, both of this 
town, 

Jarathmael and Nancy Bates, of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Elizabeth, of Johnston, and Alexander 
Henry, of this town, at said Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of 

Esther, of Johnston, and Henry Herrington, 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette 
of 

Philip, of Scituate, and Sarah Wilder, of 
Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Lydia and Capt. James Weeden, both of 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 



Oct. II, 1806 

Dec. IS, 1811 

April 26, 1813 
March 31, 1821 

Aug. 10, 1822 

March 19, 1767 

Feb. 4, 1797 

Dec. 10, 1803 . 
Feb. 25, 1804 
Oct, 27, 1804 

May 3, 1806 

March 12, 1809 

March 10, 1810 

March 31, i8io 

Nov. 17, 1812 

Feb. 20, 18 14 

March S, 1814 

May 7, 1814 

Sept. 22, 1 8 14 

June I, 1817 



240 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MOWRY Diana, daughter of William, Esq., and 

John Veazie, of this town, at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 9, 1817 

David, Jr., and Freelove Ballou, daughter of 

Moses, at Smithfield. Gazette of Nov. i, 1817 

Hansi, daughter of Augustus, of Union, Me., 

and Dutee Cooke, of Bellingham, Mass., 

at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, April 2, 1818 

Daniel, 3d, and Ruth Farnum, daughter of 

Stephen, at Smithfield, Dec. 6, 1818 

Thomas and Mrs. Mary Buffum, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 18, 1821 

John S. and Mary Manton, at Glocester, May 13, 1821 

Randall and Eliza Randall, at^ Johnston. 

Gazette of Aug. 25, 1821 

Sarah, of Johnston, and Levi Rose, of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. 

Gazette of Nov. 14, 1821 

Benjamin and Lovey Marshall, both of and 

at Warwick Gazette of April 10, 1S22 

Tabitha, of Smithfield, and Rufus Williams, 

of Burrillville, at said Smithfield, by Rev. 

Dr. Mann, July 3, 1823 

Smith, Jr., of Charleston, S. C, and Amey 

Dexter, youngest daughter of Lewis, Esq., 

at Smithfield. Gazette of Sept. 27, 1823 

Capt. Levi, of Smithfield, and Ceriah War- 
ner, daughter of Daniel, of Mendon, at 

said Smithfield, Nov. 23, 1823 

George L. and Hannah Leonard, at Taun- 
ton. Gazette of ' Jan. 10, 1824 
Samuel and Lydia Merry, youngest daughter 

of Joseph, decestsed, both of and at Smith- 
field. Gazette of • March 17, 1824 
Sally, daughter of Seth, and James Andrews, 

both of and at Smithfield, May 26, 1825 

Mary and William H. Angell, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket. Gazette of Sept. 28, 182? 

MUCKMORE Elizabeth and John A. Shaw, at 

Newport. Gazette of June 19, 1802 

MUDGE William and Sabra Lewis, both of this 

town, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 

Gazette of Dec. 19, 1818 

MUENSCHER Major William, cashier of the 

Eagle Bank, and Lydia B. Munroe, daugh- 
ter of Capt. George, all of and at Bristol, 

at St. Michael's Church, by Rt. Rev. 

Bishop Griswold, July 17 1820 

JMULCOCK Miss , daughter of the late 

George, Esq., merchant, of Philadelphia, 



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241 



MULCOCK : 

and Rev. "Rmothy Alden, President of 
Alleghany College, at Reading, Penn. 
Gazette of 
MUMFORD Giles, of Groton, and Charlotte 
Woodbridge, daughter of Dr. Dudley, at 
Stonington. Gazette of 

Thomas, Esq., and Anne Saltonstall, at New 
London. Gazette of 

John, of New York, merchant, and Polly 
Viall, daughter of John, of this town. Ga- 
zette of 

John, merchant, and Polly Tillinghast, daugh- 
ter of the late Pardon, Jr., at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Lucy, daughter of Peter, and Col. Thomas 
Grosvenor, of Pdmfret, Ct., at Newport, 
by Bishop Seabury. Gazette of 

Hannah, youngest daughter of Peter, and 
Capt. John Greene, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Polly, only daughter of Benjamin, and Jahies 
Anthony, at Newport. Gazette of 

Capt. John, of Providence, and Hepzibah 
Snelling, at Boston. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of Paul, Esq., and Oliver 
Farnsworth, printer, at Newport. Gazette 
of' ' 

William, merchant, and Ann Elliott, of Bos- 
ton, 

B. M. and Harriet Bowers, youngest daugh- 
ter of Henry, at Duanesboro, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Ruth, widow ot Henry, and Dea: Gid- 
eon Babcock, Jr., at Newport. Gazette of 

Thomas H. and Phebe Pratt, daughter of 
Joseph, by Rev. Mr. Ward. Gazette of , 

Hannah and John Pitman, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Gibson, 

Harriet, daughter of John P.,' Esq., and John 
D. Keese, merchant, of and at New York. 
Gazette of 

Mary Ann, daughter of John B., and Chris- 
topher Fowler, Jr., at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton, 

Giles, merchant, and Frances Eleanor Tal- 
bot, daughter of Benjamin, of this town, 
at Fayetteville, N. "C. Gazette of 

Sarah R., eldest daughter of Benjamin B., 
Esq., and Capt. 'George N. Morris, U. S: 
Army, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Miller, 



Aug. 14, 1822 

Jan. IS, 1780 
March 25, 1780 

Sept. II, 1784 

June 18, 1785 

July 2, 178s 

Feb. 28, 1789 
Jan. 22, 1791 
Nov. 17, 1798 

March 16, 1799 
April 12, 1 80 1 

July 10, 1802 
Nov. I, 1806 * 
Jan. 6, 1810 

Nov. 21, 18 10 

Dec. 29, 1810 

May IS, 1813 

Oct. 21, 1815 

Oct. 7, 1 817 



242 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MUM FORD Capt. Henry G. and Mary Byllard, 

daughter of Isaac, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all 

of and at this town, 
■ Samael B. and Louisa Dexter, daughter of 

Capt. Benjamin G., by Rev. Dr. Gano, all 

of and at this town, 
Capt. James and Sarah Snow, daughter of 

James, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Susan M. and William P. Greene, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, at St. John's Church, all of and 

at this town, 
Caroline and George W. Sayer, both of 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb. Gazette of 
Oliver, Esq., and Mary Whitehorne, daugh- 
ter of the late James, Jr., at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 
Hannah R , daughter of John, and Charles 

T. Freebody, both of and at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Richard B. and Emeline Almy, daughter of 

the late Samuel, both of and at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Benjamin, merchant, and Mercy Goddard, 

daughter of the late Stephen, at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Sarah, daughter of the late John, Esq., of 

this town, and Col. Edward Dexter, of 

Seekonk, at St. Paul's Church, Boston, by 

Rev. Dr. Jarvis, 
MUNCREEF Abigail F., of Roxbury, and Na- 
thaniel Fisher, of this town, at Roxbury, 

by Rev. Mr. Porter, 
MUNDY Miss , sole heiress of Edward 

Miller Mundy, Esq., and the Duke of 

Newcastle; the bride has a fortune of 

;^igo,ooo, and an annual income of ;f 12,- 

000; in England. Gazette of 
MUNRO Alice, daughter of John, at Rehoboth, 

and James Horton. Gazette of 
Capt. James and Rebecca Snow, daughter 

of Rev. Joseph. Gazette of 
Capt. Bateman, of Bristol, and Elizabeth 

Earle, at Portsmouth. Gazette of 
Benjamin, merchant, and Mary Russell, 

daughter of the late Joseph D., by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, 
Harriet, second daughter of Capt. James, and 

Henry Bowen, Esq., attorney at law, at 

Cranston, 
Sally and Thomas Corey, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Gano, 



Oct. 28, 1 817 

Feb, 9, 181 8 
Aug. 10, 181 8 

Oct. 5, 1818 
Oct. 31, 1818 

Jan. 31, 1821 

June 29, 1822 

July 27, 1822 

Aug. 31, 1822 

Dec 30, 1824 
July 23, 1 810 

Sept. 26, 1807 

Sept. 19, 1772 

March 13, 1773 

July 28, 1804 

March 30, 1807 

Feb. II, 1808 
Sept. 25, 1808 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 243 

MUNRO Sally and PIphraim Bowen, at Re- 

hoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Ga'zette of Dec. 9, 1808 

Mary, second daughter of John L., and Ho- 
ratio G. Bates, July 3, i8io 
Harriet, of Providence, and John Russell, of 
Thompson, Ct, at said Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. 25, 18 10 
Caroline Snow, daughter of Capt. James, and 
Joseph Francis Lippitt, merchant, of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Williams,. Oct. 10, 181 1 
Capt. Bateman and Mary Childs, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, at Portsmouth, R. I. Gazette of July 9, 18 14 

MUNROE Hannah, of this town, and Benjamin 

Bates, of Hanover, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1815 

Christiana and Luther Handy, at Bristol, by 

James Sisson, Esq., May 24, 1816 

Sarah, of Josiah, of this town, and James Bas- 
tow, of Rochester, at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, ^ Aug. 12, 1819 

John L. and Hetty S. Patten, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 22, 1820 

Lydia B., daughter of Capt. George, and 
Major William Muenscher, cashier of the 
Eagle Bank, all of and at Bristol, at St. 
Michael's Church, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 
Griswold, July 17, 1820 

Sarah C, of Boston, and James V. Babson, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 8, 1823 

Mary, daughter of Bateman, of Portsmouth, 
and Joseph R. Bradford, of Bristol, at 
former place. Gazette of March 24, 1824 

Susan E. K., of Bristol, and Benjamin W. 
C. Ward, of Newport, at Middleboro. 
Gazette of April 28, 1824 

MUNSON George, of New Haven, merchant, 
and Mary Daggett, daughter of Abner, of 
this town, merchant, at New London. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 29, 1804 
MUNYAN Thomas, of this town, and Nabby 

Jones,, daughter of Capt. S , of and at 

Medway, Mass., Dec. 12, 1824 

MURAT Ationette, neice of the Grand Duke, 
of Berg, and the Prince of Hohenzellern, 
at Paris, France. Gazette of June 4, 1808 

MURFRY Capt. John, of Newport, and Adaliza 
Southworth, daughter of Capt. Samuel, at 
Mansfield, Ct. Gazette of Feb. 17, 1810 

MURRAY Betsey, of Boston, and Edward 
Hutchinson Robbins, Esq., of Milton, by 
the Rev. Mr. Oliver. Gazette of Nov. 19, 1785 



244 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MURRAY John, late of Providence, merchant, 
and Miss McClenahan, at Alexan- 
dria, Va. Gazette of Jan. 20, 178; 

Rev. John, of Glocester, and pastor of the 
church there, and Mrs. Judeth Stevens, at 
Salem. Gazette of Oct. 18, i;88 

Robert and Marcy Saxe, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

Gazette of Nov. 14, 1807 

Mary andi Daniel Shaw, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Griswold. Gazette of April 30, 1808 

Catharine and Jacob Minote, at Bristol,. May 3, 1812 

William, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Elizabeth 

Annis, of and at this town, Feb. 12, 1822 

James S., of Camden, S. C, and Aurelia B. 

Pearce, of this town, at Philadelphia, April 22, 1823 

MYCALL John, Esq., of Harvard, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Chandler, at Newburyport. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 24, 1804 
MYERS Samuel, Esq., of Petersburg, Va., mer- 
chant, and Miss Hayes, daughter of Moses 
M., at Boston. Gazette of Oct. i, 1796 

Zerviah and Henry Harbin, both of Dracut, 
Mass., by Nathaniel G. Olney, Esq., at 
Olneyville, May 5, 1815 

MYRICK Charles V. and Joanna Salisbury, 
daughter of Jonathan, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Mudge. Gazette of Oct. 6, 1824 



N 



NAIL Polly and Tobey Tooth, in Ireland. Ga- 
zette of March 23, 1805 
NAPOLEON Jerome, King of Westphalia, and 

brother of the Emperor, and Her Royal 

Highness, Catharine, Princess of Wirtem- 

burg ; by this marriage Jerome has become 

the stepson to the late Pincess Royal of 
,, . ^.England. Gazette of Oct. 10, 1807 

NASH Frederick, Esq., of Newbern, N. C, and 

Mary Kollock, daughter of Sheperd, Esq., 
, editor of the New Jersey Journal, at Eliza- 

bethtown. Gazette of Sept 17 1803 

Sally and Daniel Canfield, at Ridgefield, Ct. • • 

Gazette of ' Dec. 12 181 8 

NASON David, of Newport, and Nancy Carr, of 

this town. Gazette of Nov. 27, 1802 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 245 

NASON Rebecca, daughter of the late David, 

and Gideon S. Hunt, of East Greenwich, 

at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 12, 1811 

Mary Ami, daughter of Nathaniel, and John 

Heath, at Newport. Gazette of June 16, 1824 

NEAL Mrs. Hannah, of this town, and John 

Marters, of Marblehead, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Oct. 8, 1 82 1 
NECK Mr. and Miss Heels, in 

Devonshire, Eng. Gazette of Nov. 20, 1802 

NEEDHAM John G., of Franklin, Mass., and 

Eliza Waterman, daughter of Andrew, 

Esq., at Smithfield. Gazette of Nov. 10, 1821 

NEILL Christina Bickham, only daughter of 

LewiSj Esq.,v of Philadelphia, and Rev. 

William Richmond, of Bloomingdale, N. Y., 

formerly of this town, at said Philadelphia, -^ 

by Rt. Rev. Bishop White, July 28, 1823 

NELSON William, Esq., merchant, and Lady 

Catharine Duer, widow of William, Esq., 

and daughter of the late Earle, of Sterling, 

at New York. Gazette of Sept. 26, 180 1 

William, aged 85 years, and Hannah Scrig- 

gens, aged 20 years, at Portsmouth, N. H. 

Gazette of Oct. 8, 1803 

George, Esq., (a relation to the Hero of the 

Nile) and Eliza Smith, at Newark, N . J. 

Gazette of ' Dec. 15, 1804 

Dulcinia, daughter of Paul, and Charles H. 

Tillinghast, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. 

Gazette of • Oct. 10, 1807 

Lady Charlotte, daughter of the Rev. Earl 

Nelson, and Hon. bamuel Hood, of Trin- 
ity College, Cambridge, son of Lord Hood, 

at St. Mary-le-bonne Church, by the Rt. 

Rev. Bishop of Salisbury, Gazette of Oct. 6, 1810 

- Ebenezer and Eliza V. Williams, daughter of 

Caleb, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, April 17, 1815 

Betsey, of Shrewsbury, and Naham Eager, 

of this town, at said Shrewsbury, Mass., Aug. 28, 1820 

Angelina and Joseph Tompkins, both of 

Pawtucket, at New Haven, by Rt. Rev. 

Bishop Brownell, Oct. 29, 1822 

Rev. Ebenezer, Jr., and Rebecca Child, 

daughter of A , at Lynn. Gazette of Dec. 28, 1822 

Ruth, daughter of Major Paul, of Pawtucket, 

and Peter B. Hunt, Esq., of Seekonk, at- 
torney at law, at former place, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, April 15, 1824 



246 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

NELSON Edmund and Eunice Studley, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Jan. 30, 1825 

NESBIT Robert, of Providence, and Sally Mal- 
colm, dau. of Capt. Daniel, of and at Bos- 
ton, June 8,- 1771 
NESBETT Hetty, daughter of Dr. Samuel, of 

New York, and Capt. George W. Lee,, of 

Lyme, Ct., at said New York. Gazette of Jan. 17, 1807 

NESLER Harriet and Frederick S. Fell, editor 

of "Savannah Republican," at Savannah, 

Ga. Gazette of ■ Dec. 14, 1820 

NESTELL Christian M., formerly o£ New York, 

and Elizabeth H. Bosworth, daughter of 

Asa, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, ' ' May 7, 1821 

NEWBOLD George, of New York, merchant, 

and Mary Emlen, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Philadelphia. Gazette of Oct. 10, 1807 

NEWCASTLE the Duke of, and Miss 

Mundy, sole heiress of *- Edward Miller 

Mundy, Esq., with a fortune of ;£'i90,ooo, 

and an annual incorne of j^ 12.000, in Eng- 
land. Gazette of Sept. 26, 1807 
NEWCOMB Henry S., Esq., Lieutenant on 

board U. S. Ship President, and Rhoda 

Mardenbrough, at New York, by Rev. Dr. 

Bowen, April 16, 1814 

Simeon F. A. and Nancy Briggs, both of 

and at this tovvn, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 29, 1820 

Danforth and Mary Ann Marshall, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Feb. 4, 1822 

Nathaniel, of Norton, and Betsey l.incoln, 

daughter of Thomas, of and at Taunton. 

Gazette of May 3, 1823 

NEWELL Thomas and Patience Jenckes, 

daughter of David, at Cumberland. Ga- 
zette of May 21, 1785 
Sally, daughter of Robert, Esq., and John 

Holmes. Gazette of April 11, 1795 

Abigail, daughter of Robert, Esq., and 

James M. Olney, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 7, 1 80 1 
Joseph, merchant, and Mary Reynolds, 

daughter of Grindall, Esq., of this town, 

at Boston. , Gazette of July 5, 1806 

Abby and Christopher Roderick, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Sept. 27, 1807 

Asa and Nancy Angell, eldest daughter of 

Fenner, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of this 

town, Nov. 18, 1 8 ID 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



247 



NEWELL Roanna and Capt. William Hull. Ga- 
zette of 

Stanford and Rebecca R. Easton, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Franklin, of this town, and Harriet J. Ware, 
at Shrewsbury, Mass. Gazette of 

Naphali and Catharine Tripp, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, in this town, 

Joseph, of Burrillville, and Silence Davies, of 
this town, 

Abby and John Atwood, both of ahd at this 
town, 

Abigail, daughter of Samuel, Jr., and Balus 
Balckomi both of and at Attleboro, by 
Rev. Mr. Kilham, 

Samuel, 3d, and Catharine Carpenter, both 
of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Kilham, 

Pardon and Hannah King, both of Smith- 
field, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

John and Polly Grant, eldest daughter of 
Eliphaz, both of and at Cumberland. Ga- 
zette of 

Eunice R., of Attleboro, and Jonathan N. 
Spencer, of Pawtucket, at said Attleboro, 
by Rev. Mr. Kilham. Gazette of 
NEWMAN Augustus and Batjisheba Tew, 
daughter of the late James, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Samuel Stillman, merchant, of Boston, and 
Abigail Carlile, eldest daughter of Col. 
John, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
at St. John's Church, 

Bathsheba, daughter of the late Augustus, 
Sen., and Clarke Greene, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Eddy. Gazette of 

Abby, daughter of John, of this town, and 
Richmond Taggart, of Newport, by Rev. 
Dr. Ganp, , 

Mary, daughter of the Rev. David, and Abel 
Cooper, t)f Seekonk, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Luther, 

John T. and Hannah Hazard, daughter of 
the late George, at Newport. Gazette of 

Eleanor, of Princb William Co., Va., and 
Christopher C. Gushing, of Seekonk, at 
said former place, 

John and Mary Jones, both of and at this 
town. Gazette of 

Dea. Sylvanus and Mrs. Charlotte Carpen- 
ter, both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket. Ga- 
zette of 



Sept. 14, 181 1 

Nov. 6, 181 1 

Nov. 30, 181 1 

Sept. 17, 1817 

May I, 1820 

July I, 1820 

April 16, 1823 

Jan. 7, 1824 

March 3, 1824 

Nov. 24, 1824 

April 13, 1825 

Dec. 26, 1789 

April 13, 1813 

May 16, i8£8 

Jan. I, 1821 

Feb. 18, 1 82 1 
May 18, 1822 

Dec. 4, 1822 
March 19, 1823 

May 3, 1823 



248 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

NEWMARSH Mrs. Sarah and John H. Dodge, 

at Ipswich, Mass., Nov. 30, 1815 

NEWTON Betsey, daughter of John, and 

Thomas kudson, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1798 

John B. and Mary Peckham, daughtef of 
, Thomas, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 14, 1822 
NICHOLS Sally and Ichabod Potter, at New- 
port. Gazette of Nov. 7, 1772 

Polly, daughter of John, and James Atwood. 
Gazette of Dec. i, 1787 

Susannah, daughter of John, and Benjamin 

Crow. Gazette of Dec. 3, 1796 

Mary, daughter of Philip, of Stratford, and 
Major William Allen, of this town, at 
Stratford, Ct., ' • Sept 30, 1798 

Joshua and Hannah Coggeshall, daughter of 

Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 12, 1805 

William F., of Philadelphia, and Sophia Day- 
ton, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 17, 181 2 

Sarah Bassett, of this town, and Ralph Gil- 
bert, of Hebron, Ct.y by Rev. Mr. Williams, Sept. 3, 1812 

John, Jr., and Sarah Nichols Bolles, at 

Thompson, Ct. Gazette of ' Nov. 21, 1812 

Mary and Daniel Bennett, at Ridgefield, Ct. 

Gazette of . Dec. 12, 1818 

Polly and Silas Turney, at Bridgeport, Ct. 

Gazette of Dec. 12, 181 8 

William S. and Anstress Cooper, at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, ~ Sept. 13, 1820 

Lucy M, and John C. Cady, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Oct. 8, 1820 

. Prosper and Lucy Curtis, daughter of Daniel 

M., at Trumbull, Ct. Gazette of Feb. 24, 1821 

Mrs. Maria Theresa and Capt. John Brown, 
both of this town, at Savannah, Ga. Ga- 
zette of * Aug. 4, 1 82 1 

Mary E., daughter of John T., of. South 
Kingstown, and Capt. Elijah Kenyon, at 
Little Rest, by Rev. O. Brown, Sept. 19, 1821 

Ann S. and John S. Phillips, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, March 20, 1822 

Jonathan Bassett, and Mary Ann Simmons, 
daughter of the late Jonathan, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 14 1822 

Otis, of Rehoboth, and Betsey Walker, 
daughter of Nehemiah,. of Wellington, at 
Taunton. Gazette of Aug 31 1822 

Caroline and Erastus Perren, of Pomfret, at . 

Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of Jan 17 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 249 

NICHOLS Lucinda, daughter of Jonathan, of 
this town, and Emeiine Jones, of and at 
Charleston, S. Cr, by Rev. Mr. Brown. Ga- 
zette of April 28, 1824 

George and Sarah Gardiner, at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of Sept. 7, 1825 
NfCKERSON Leonard, of Seekonk, and Rhoda 
Small, of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 19, 1823 
NICKLIN Philip, merchant, and Juliana Chew, 
daughter of Benjamin, Esq., at Philadel- 
phia, married by Bishop White. Gazette 
of April 13, 1793 
NIGHTINGALE Samuel, merchant, and Susan- 
nah Crawford, both of Providence, April 19, 1767 

Joseph, merchant, and Betsey Curliss, daugh- 

• ter of Capt. George, at Providence, Dec. 28, 1769 

Polly, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and Capt. , 
James Gramon, of Cape Francois. Ga- 
zette of . June 4, 1785 

Polly, only daughter of Col. Joseph, and 
Samuel W. Greene, merchant. Gazette of Oct. 12, 1793 

Lydia, daughter of the late Samuel, Esq., 
and Abijah Warren, of Attleboro. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 19, 1793 

Susannah, daughter of Dea. Samuel, and 
William F. Mager^ merchant. Gazette of Dec. 21, 1793 

John C, of this town, and Martha W. 
Greene, daughter of the late Major Gen- 
eral Greene, at Mulberry Grove, Ga. Ga- 
zette of May 9, 179s 

Mary Throop, daughter of Dea. Samuel, and 
Ebenezer Jenckes, merchant. Gazette of Sept. 12, 1795 

Candace Crawford, daughter of Samuel, 
Esq., and Horatio G. Bowen, merchant, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, • May 14, 1807 

George C. and Eliza Dexter, eldest daughter 
of Col. John S., by the Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 27, 1807 

Samuel, Jr., faierchant, and Harriet Rogers, 
daughter of John, merchant, by Rev.' Dr. 
Gano, Dec. 15, 1807 

Joseph, of this town, and Mary Greene, 
daughter of Williani, at East Greenwich, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, , May 7. 1810 

Mrs. Martha W. and Dr. Henry E. Turner, 
both of East Greenwich. Gazette of Oct. 27, 18 10 

Samuel and Elizabeth K. Thompson, daugh- 
ter of Edward K., Esq., at St. John's 
Church, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Nov. 8, 181 5 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



NIGHTINGALE Nancy, of Quincy, Mass., and 
James Allen,of this town, at, said Quincy, 
bv Rev. Mr. Whitman, 
Samuel, Esq., and Eliza Rogers, daughter of 
the late John, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

NILES Hannah, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., 
and Henry Fry, at East Greenwich. Ga- 
zette of 
Mrs. Esther and Jared Starr, of New Lon- 
don, merchant, at South Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of 
William and Harriet Jinson, at Pawtuxet, 
Mary and James Wilkinson, both of Paw- 
tucket, at this town, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

NIMMO Capt. Henry, of Richmond, Va., and 
Rhobe Turner, at Warren. Gazette of 

NINES Joshua and Sally Jenckes, daughter of 
Boomer, formerly of this 'State, at Marl- 
borough, Vt. Gazette of ' 

NITCHER Mrs. Avis, of Nantucket, aged 68, 
and Howes Sears, of Cape Cod, aged 17, 
at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

NITCHIE Sophia, daughter of John, and Z 

Lewis, proprietor of the Commercial Ad- 
vertiser, at New York. Gazette of 

NIXON William, Esq., late of Newport, and 
Elizabeth Gennans, at Marietta, O. Ga- 
zette of 

NOBLES Mrs. Dorothy and Comfort Bishop, 
at Rehoboth. Gazette of 
Thomas and Zilpha Bennett, in this town. 
Gazette of 

NORCROSS Chapin and Swan Danforth, both 
of Boston, in this 'town. Gazetta of 

NORMAN Mrs. Eliza Jane and William Lees, 
in this town. Gazette of 
Capt. Richard and Rachal Peckham, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, Esq., at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

NORRIS Jeremiah, of Philadelphia, and Re- 
becca Norris, of and at Bristol. Gazette of 
Rebecca, of Bristol, and J eremiah Norris, of 

Philadelphia, at Bristol. Gazette of 
Capt. William and Mary H. Centre, at New- 
' port. Gazette of 

Polly and Nicholas Houselander, both of 
Burlingham, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Van 
Doren, 



Sept. 10, 1820 

May 20, 1S22 

Feb. II, 1797 

March 16, 1805 
Nov. 12, 1820 

May I, 1823 

Oct. 25,*i794 

May 5, 1 8 10 

March 30, 1815 

Jan. 21, 1804 

Jan. 19, 1811 
May 30, 1807 
Nov. 14, 1 82 1 
Nov. 28, 1807 

Feb. 7, 1807 

Sept. 14, 1825 • 
Sept. 14, 1799 
Sept. 14, 1799^ 
Sept. 12, 1812 

Jan. 24, 1815 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



251. 



NORRIS Catharine, daughter of the late Capt. 
John, of Newport, and Andrew V. Allen, 
merchant, at said Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, 

Gilbert and Eliza Cox, at Bristol. Gazette of 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Capt. Benjamin K. 
Churchill, of Bristol, at Salem. Gazette of 

Sarah and Jeremiah Winslow, merchant, at 
New Bedford. Gazette of 

John, of Troy, Mass., and Charlotte Norton, 
daughter of William, of and at Tiverton. 
Gazette of 
NORTH Edward, 21, and Mrs, Russell Dunn, 

70, at Somerset Co., Md. &azette of 
NORTHAM Polly, daughter of Capt. John, and 
Capt. Charles Davis, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Capt. Stephen and Polly Langley, daughter 
of William, Esq., at Newport, 

Amey and John R. Sherman, merchant, at 
Newport. Gazette of 
NORTHUP John and Lydia Kelley, daughter 
of Joseph, Esq., at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Mrs. — , widow of John, Esq., of North 

Kingstown, and Capt. John Carr, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Nicholas, Jr., and Martha Burroughs, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. ,Mr. Wilson, 

Nicholas, of this town, and Abigail Weaver, 
of and at Newport, 

Abigail and Otis Lee, both of and » at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

John and SaraJi Cowley, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman. Gazette of 

Waitey and Rev. William Northup, both of 
and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Hammond, 

Rev. William and Waitey Northup, both of 
and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Hammond, 

Susan, of Cumberland, and Ephraim Whip- 
ple, of Attleboro," at Valley Falls. Ga- 
zette of 

Diana and Charles S. Weaver, at Coventry. 
Gazette of 

Joram, of North Kingstown, and Merebah 
Weeden, daughter of the late William, of 
Jamestown, at said North. Kingstown. 
Gazette of 

Ruth, of Valley Falls, and Jason Coroden, at 
said place, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 



Nov. 30, 1 8 18 
April 10, 1820 

March 9, 1822 

March 19, 1823 

Sept. 22, 1824 
March 13, 1822 

April 2, 1774 

Aug. 6, 1796 

July 10, 1802 

April 19, 1788 

Nov. 19, 1791 

Sept. 29, 1799 

April I, 1813 

Jan. 23, 1820 

' May 8, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

March 26, 1823 
June II, 1823 

June 21, 1823 
April 27, 1823 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



NORTHUP Abby, of Newport, and David 
Fuller, of Dedham, in this town, 
Mary Ann, of Central Falls, and Sirah Bizell, 

of Seekonk, at former place, 
Lucy and Joseph Gardiner, at Central Falls, 
by Rev. Mr. Greene Gazette of 
NORTON William, of Tiverton, and Betsey 
Norton, daughter of Capt. William, at 
Martha's Vineyard. Gazette of 
Betsey,'daughter of Capt. William, and Will- 
iam Norton, of Tiverton, at Martha's Vine- 
yard. Gazette of 
Polly, of this town, and Dr. Thomas Stanley, 
of Attlebbro, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of 
Jerusha, of Wrentham, and Josiah J. Fiske, 
Esq., at said Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. 
Field, 
Susan and Olney Arnold, at Smithfield, 
Joseph, of this town, and Elvira Davis, of 
and ait Rehoboth, married by Rev. Mr. 
Pearce, 
Eliza, daughter of William, Esq.,, and 
Wheeler M. Blanding, of Bristol, at Tiver- 
ton. Gazette of 
Charlotte, daughter of William, of Tiverton, 
and John Norris, of Troy, Mass., at said 
Tiverton. Gazette of . • 
Sarah and Benjamin Foster, both of and at 
Newport. Gazette of 
NORVELL Major Joseph, editor of the "Whig," 
and Agnes Walker, both of and at Nash- 
ville, Tenn. Gazette of 
NOTT Dr. Eliphalet, president of Union College, 
and Mrs. Gertrude Tibbetts, at Troy, N. 
Y. Gazette of 
Sarah Maria, daughter of Rev. Eliphalet, and 
Rev. Alonzo Potter, professor of mathe- 
matics and natural philosophy in Union 
College, at Schenectady, N. Y. Gazette of 
NOYCE Mrs. Sarah and Joseph Snow, Jr., 
NOYES Thomas and Lydia Rogers, daughter 
of the late William, of Newport, at West- 
erly. Gazette of 
Moses, of this town, and Hannah Whitman, 
of and at Bridgewater, by Rev. Mr. Anger. 
Gazette of 
John Miller, of Massachusetts, and Abijah 
Updike, youngest daughter of the late 



May 9, 1824 

July 3, 1825 

Aug. 10, 1825 

March i, 1794 
March i, 1794 
June li, 1796 



May 5, 1813 
Nov. 3, 1816 



May 18, 1817 

June 2, 1821 

Sept. 22, 1824 
Oct. 20, 1824 

May 7, 1823 

Aug. IS, 1807 

April 26, 1823 
March 7, 1 773 

Feb. 10, 1 78 1 
Oct. 2, 1802 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 253 

.NOYES : 

'Capt. John, of Providence, at Cranston, at 
the seat of Capt. Scott Jenckes. Gazette 
of Sept. 6, 1806 

Joseph, Jr., of Westerly, and Martha Thomp- 
son, daughter of the late Samuel, of and 
at Stonington, March 30, 1814 

Ebenezer and Mable Andrews, at Weston, 
Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

NUTTING Eliza, 17, and Henry G. Davenport, 

69, at Brunswick, Me. Gazette of Jan. r, 1823 

Lucinda and Abiathar Baker, both of and at 
Taunton. Gazette of Dec. 6, 1823 

NYE Frances, daughter of Nathan, Esq., of 
Sandwich, and Dr. Peter Mackie, at Ware- 
ham, Mass., Feb. 17, 1813 
Hannah, of Jamestown, and Abraham H. 
Padelford, of Taunton, at Coventry. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 21, 1822 
NYPERG Count and Maria Louisa, widow of 

Napoleon Bonaparte, in Italy. Gazette of April 24, 1824 



o 



OAKLEY Sarah and James Anthony, both of 

Newport, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Oct. 16, 1822 

O'BRIEN Dennis and Nancy Buck, of Bucks- 
town Me., at Newburyport. Gazette of Dec. 2, 1809 

OGDEN Eliza, daughter of the late Lewis, and 
George Hammeken, Esq., Danish Consul 
for the eastern states, at New York. Ga- 
zette of June 15, 180S 

OHILL John, Jr., and Miss Jay, only daughter 
, of Sir James Jay, of New York, in Eng- 
land. Gazette of Nov. 28, 1807 

OLDHAM Mrs. Mary and Dr. Nathan Truman, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, • Dec. 8, 181 1 

OLDRIDGE Sarah Tillinghast, of Bristol, and 
Caleb Strong Washburn, of Raynham, 
Mass., at said Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann. 
Gazette of • ■ Oct. i, 1825 

OLIN Henry, of West Greenwich, 93, and Miss 
Sarah Aylesworth, 75, of and at East 
Greenwich, by Rev. Thomas Manchester. ' 

Gazette of May 19, i8ia 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



OLIVER Sally, daughter of Hon. Andrew, Esq., 
secretary of the Province, and Thomas 
Hutchinson, Esq., eldest son of the Lieut. 
Governor, at Boston, 

Hetsey, eldest surviving daughter of the 
Lieut. Governor, and Edward Lyde, at 
Boston. Gazette of 

Elizabeth and Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse, 
■professor in Harvard and Brown Colleges, 
at Boston. Gazette of 

Maria Fitch, daughter of the late Rev. 
Thomas Fitch Oliver, formerly of Provi- 
dence, and Joseph Story, at Salem. Ga- 
zette of 

Betsey and John Saunders, both of Boston, 
OLMSTEAD Betsey, of Ridgefield, and Curtis 
Betts, of Wilton, at said Ridgefield. Ga- 
zette of 

Nancy and Elisha Gilbert, at Ridgefield, Ct. 
Gazette of 
OLNEY Polly, of Providence, and Thomas 
Greene, of Boston, merchant, 

Marcy, of Providence, and Humphrey Sum- 
mers, of South Carolina, at Hampton. 
Gazette of 

Tilley Merrick ,and Sally Jackson, dau. of 
late Stephen, Esq. Gazette of 

Richard, Jr., and Mrs. Tile, widow of Peter, 
at Providence. Gazette of 

Polly, daughter of Stephen, dec., of North 
Providence, and Peter Lewis, at Qlocester. 
Gazette of 

George, of Providence, merchant, and Debo- 
rah Paget, daughter of Henry, Esq., dec. 
Gazette of 

Gideon and Sally At well, daughter of Col. 
Amos. Gazette of 

Molly, daughter 6f Richard, and Moses 
Brown, merchant, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Providence, 

Lieut. Colonel Jeremiah, of the 2d R. L Reg- 
iment, and Sally Cooke, daughter of Hon. 
Nicholas, 

Sally, of Richard, of this town, and Capt. 
Shubael Coffin, of Nantucket, 

Angelica, daughter of Capt. Joseph, late of 
this town, and Ezekiel Gilbert, Esq,, attor- 
ney at law, -at Hudson, N. Y. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of the late Nathaniel, and 
Capt. William Rodman, 



Oct. 10, 1770 
Nov. 28, 1772 
June 14, 1788 



Dec. 22, 1804 
May 2, 1 8 14 



Dec. 12, 1818 
Dec. 12, 1818 
Aug. 21, 1764 

Aug. 20, 1769 
Feb. 29, 1772 
July 25, 1772 

Sept. 28, 1776 

May 10, 1777 
June 13, 1778 

March 4, 17^9 

April 26, 1780 
Dec. 2. 1784 

Feb. 4, 1786 
May 29, 1 79 1 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 255. 

OLNEY Anstress, daughter of Richard, of this 
town, and Thomas Rogerson, of Alexan- 
dria, merchant, Aug. 12, 1792 

Sally, daughter qf James, and James Gardi- 
ner. Gazette of Feb. 2, 1793 

Capt. Henry and Phebe Young, daughter of 
Gideon, Jr. Gazette of July 23, 1796 

Christopher C. and Abigail Dexter, daughter 
of Col. Knight, by the Rev. Dr. Gano,. April 16, 1797 

Samuel and Polly Callender, daughter of the 
late Elias. Gazette of April 20, 1799 

Anstress B., daughter of H., and 

by the Rev. Dr. Maxcy, in this town, Oct. 4, 1801 

James M. and Abigail Nowell, daughter of 
Robert, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette 
of ^ Nov. 7, 1801 

Asa, of this town, and Ada Dexter, daugh- 
ter of the late Christopher, of and at North 
Providence, by Rev Dr. Gano, Jan. 27, 1803 

Nathaniel G., merchant, and Rebecca Fraur 
ces Snow, only daughter of Samuel, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, ^ Dec. 25, 1805, 

Christopher H., of Boston, formerly of this 
town, and Phebe M. Trumbull, only daugh- 
ter of Hon. I Trumbull, Esq., of 

Charlestown, Mass., at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 

Morse, Aug. 25, 1806 

George R. A. and Ann Smith, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Israel^ at Pawtuxet, by Rev. ' 
Mr Edes, • April 26, 1807 

Zerviah, youngest daughter of Charles, and 
Cyres Whipple, at North Providence, May 10, 1807 

William P., merchant, and Lydia Fenner, 
daughter of Henry, of Johnston, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Sept. i, 1808 

Sally, daughter of Jabez, Esq., and John S. 
» Tripp, both of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

Gazette of June i, 181 ] 

Mary, of Providence, daughter of the late 
Capt. Daniel, and William Greene, of War- 
wick, at Hartford, Ct. Gazette of .. July 27, 181 1 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Col. Christo- 
pher, and Bernon Helme, merchant, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 22, 1811 

Ethan, of North Providefice, and Betsey 

Sweet, of and at Smithfield, Nov. 21, 181 ] 

Lucinda, daughter of Richard and Cromwell 
Moulton, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Crock- 
er, Dec. 15, 181 1 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



OLNEY Rebecca, youngest daughter of Col. 
Christopher, and Dr. William C. Bowen, 

in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Frances, youngest da.ughter of EJisha, Esq., 

and Olney Whipple, at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 
Mary, daughter of Capt. Stephen, of North 

Providence, and Josiah King, of Johnston, 

at said North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, 
Peter and Hannah Taft, of Townsend, Vt., 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, in this town. Gazette 

of 
Amasa, of Charlton, Mass , and Ann Carey, 

eldest daughter of Chad, of and at John- 
ston. Gazette of 
John, of North Providence, and Sarah Smith, 

daughter of Esek, of and at Smithfield. 

Gazette of 
Mrs. Abby, widow of the late Col. Knight 

Dexter,' of this town, and Nathaniel Bois- 

ter, Esq., High Sheriff, of New Haven, 

Ct., by Rev. Dr. Gano, • 
Rev. Gideon W., Pastor of the Episcopal 

church, Gardiner, Me., and Frances B. 

Clapp, daughter of Hon. Asa, at Portland, 

Me., by Rev. Mr. Nichols. Gazette of 
Pulchesa Cordelia, youngest daughter of Gid- 

epn, Esq., .of this town, and Dr. Thomas 

Bump, M. D., of Freetown, at this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Lydia F., only daughter of James M., Esq., 

and Samuel Ashley, Esq., by Rev. Mr. 

Preston, all of and at this town. Gazette 

of 
Samuel and Sarah Gorham, daughter of the 

late Jabez, by Rev.' Dr. Gano, all of and at 

this town, 
Mary and Martin Sn;ith, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Capt. Stephen, of North Providence, and 

Mrs. Betsey Dubosque, of and at Johnston. 

Gazette of 
Mary, of Scituate, and Clarke Sayles, of 

Glo'cester, at said Scituate. .Gazette of 
Lydia, daughter of Dea. Olney, and Tilling- 

hast Sheldon, both of and at Johnston. 

Gazette of 
Mary T., daughter of the late Col.^ Jeremiah, 

and Samuel Carr, both of and at this town. 



March 25, 1812 
April 8, 1812 

Oct. 15, 1812 

July 30, 1814 

Oct. I, 1814 

Nov. 5, 1814 

Deoi 10, 1815 

May 30,1818 

Oct. 12, 1818 

Feb. 20, 1 8 19 

• 
Dec. 29, 1819 

Jan. 7, 1 82 1 

Feb. 13, 1822 
Jan. 4, 1823 

Jan. 8, 1823 
March 25, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



257 



OLNEY Serviah L., daughter of William, and 

Welcome B. Darling, both of and at this ' 

town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Dr. Jeremiah W. and Maria Collins, daughter 

of Dr. Amos, at Cranston. Gazette of 
George, of North Providence, and Ann Eliz- 
abeth Thurber, of and at this town, 
Susan, daughter of Elisha, of Smithfield, and 

Seth Adams, of this town, at said Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Hannah F., daughter of William, and Joseph 

C. King, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
George C. and Reaba Bennett, both of and at 

Pawtucket. Gazette of 
OMAN Elizabeth, daughter of William, of New- 
, port, and James A. Greene, at said New- 

port. Gazette of 
Henry and Ann Howland, daughter of the 

late Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of 
ONSLOW Miss — , daughter of Admiral 

Onslow, and Admiral Sir Hyde Parker. 

The lady's fortune is ;£'2ooo per annum ; 

difference in ages 43 years. Gazette of 
ORCHARD Joseph W. and Maria Bowen, both 

of and at this town. Gazette of 
ORMSBEE Polly, daughter of Col. Caleb, and 

Russell Daggett, by the Rev. Dr. Gano., 

Gazette of 
Eliza, youngest daughter of Col. Caleb, and 

John Wing, by Rev. Mr. Edes, in this 

town, 
Capt. John H. and Eliza W. Spurr, daughter 

of Col. John, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of this 

town, 
Mary and Stephen Thornton, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Elizabeth, of .this town, and Otis Perry, of" 
• Killingly, Ct., at this town. Gazette of 
Elizabeth and Isaac Sawin, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Sarah and Russell Clapp, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Rev. John, of Wickford, and Hannah T. 

Pearce, of and at Newport. Gazette of 
ORMSBY Sarah Ann, of this town, and Romeo 

Elton, of Wallingford, Ct., by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Celinda, daughter of the late Josiah, of See- 

konk, and Moses Brownell, of this town, 

merchant, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 



Sept. 18, 1823 
Dec. 27, 1823 
May 23, 1824 

' Dec. 22, 1824 

April 4, 1825 

Sept. 28, 1825 

Sept. 14, 1820 
March 5, 1823 

March 28, 1801 
Oct. 30, 1822 

Aug. 3, 1799 

Oct. 12, 1806 

Oct. 24, 181 5 
Nov. 23, 1820 
Dec. 15, 1 82 1 
Feb. 25, 1822 
Sept. IS, 1822 
April 30, 1823 

April 18, 1814 

July 17, 1814 



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ORR Ann, of Bedford, N. H., and Samuel A. 

Worcester, of Peachem, Vt., at said Bed- 
ford ; Mr. W. expects to go on a mission 

to the Cherokee Indians next autumn. 

Gazette of Aug. 3, 1825 

OSBORN William and Sally Austin, at New- 
port. Gazette of July i, 1809 
OSBORNE Rev. Van Ransalear, of this town, 

and Alpha Bishop, of and at Cumberland, 

by Rev.' Mr. Blake, July 2, 1816 

OSGOOD Samuel, Esq., commissioner of the 

Treasury Board, and Mrs. ■ Franklin, 

widow of Samuel, merchant. May 24, 1786 

Samuel, of Hollowell, Mass., and Lydia B. 

Simmons, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, June 23, 1816 

OTTERSON John and Hannah Phillips, both 

of and at Bristol. Gazette of July 10, 1822 

OTIS Dr. , of Taunton, and Sally Harris, 

of Providence, Oct. 22, 1769 

Joseph, of Barnstable, son of Hon. James, 

and Maria Walter, daughter of Rev. Na- 
thaniel, of and at Roxbury, Feb. 22, 1770 
Jacob, of Cumberland, merchant, and Sally 

Ann Barker, daughter of William, of this 

town. Gazette of Oct. 2, 1784 

Harrison Gray, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, 

and Eliza H. Boardman, daughter of Will- 
iam H., at Boston, May 6, 1817 
James W., of Taunton, and Martha Crapon 

Church, eldest daughter of William, Esq., 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, ' Jan. 4, 1825 

OVERING Henrietta, of Newport, and' Edward 

Jones, at Hopkinton. Gazette of June 13, 1772 

Henry, Esq., of Newport, and Charlotte Des- 

brosses, daughter of John D., Esq., at New. 

York. Gazette of Aug. 15,' 1795 

OWEN Polly and John Kelton. Gazette of Aug. 12, 1769 

Thomas, Jr., merchant, and Elizabeth Parker, 

daughter of Thomas, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Pine Street, Philadelphia. Gazette 

of May 1 8, 1805 

Ruth, daughter of Thomas, and Duty Evans, 

both of and at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 

Hunt, Feb. 18, 182 1 

Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Solo- 
mon, of Glocester, and George Trissell,of 

Woodstock, Ct., at said Glocester, by Rev. 

Mr. Hunt, Feb. 22, 1821 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



259 



OWENSON Miss , the novelist, and Sir 

Thomas Morgan, in Ireland. Gazette of 

OXX William, of Bristol, and Betsey Evans, of 
Newport. Gazette of 



May i6, 1812 
Aug. 18, 1798 



PABODIE Albert and Jane Hale, both of this 

town, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, 
PACKARD Melzar and Phebe Hawkins. Ga- 
zette of 
Lieut. Rhodes and Polly Wheaton, of this 

town. Gazette of 
Abigail, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, and 

Capt. Ebenezer Macomber. Gazette of 
Capt. Samuel, of this town, and Abigail 

Congdon, daughter of Johft, Esq., at Nar- 

ragailsett. Gazette of 
Lydia, of this town, and Nathaniel G. Met- 

calf. Gazette of 
Robert S., merchant, and Jane Stewart, 

daughter of Archibald. Gazette of 
Capt. Nathaniel, of this town, and Margaret 

D. Padelford, at Taunton. Gazette of 
Sophia, daughter of Melzar, and John R. 

Balch. Gazette of 
Mrs. Jane, widow of Capt. Robert, and 

Walter Lawrence. Gazette of 
Lydia, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, and 

William Hull, merchant, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Robert, bf- this town, and Roxy Fuller, of 

Cumberland, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of ' 
Miss Joanna, aged 40, and Jonathan Hayden, 

aged 76, after a courtship of three days, at 

Bridgewater. Gazette of 
Mrs. Margaret Downs, and John Gladding, 

in this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
George W. and Lucy Larcher, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Henry and Ann P. Anthony, daughter of 

Levi, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Mrs. Roxana, formerly of this town, and 

Alexander Barney, at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, 



Sept. 4, 1818 

Oct. 3, 1772 

March i, 1777 

Feb. 21, 1784 

Dec. 19, 1789 
March 16, 1799 
Nov. 16, 1799 
Feb. 21, 1800 
Dec. 13, 1800 
Feb. 13, 1802 

Dec. 29, 1805 

Sept. 5, 1807 

Nov. 7, 1807 
March 3, 181 1 

July 16, 181S 
April 22, 1819 

Dec. 30, i8'i9 



260 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PACKER Fanny, of Groton, Ct., and Joseph 

Burrows, of Pawtuxet, at said Groton, by 

Rev. Mr. Whitman. Gazette of Jan. 23, 1808 

PADELFORD Mary, eldest daughter of Hon. 

Seth, and Mason Shaw, Esq., at Taunton. • 

Gazette of . Oct. 14, 1797 

Margaret D. and Capt. -Nathaniel Packard, 

of this town, at Taunton. Gazette of Feb. 21, 1800 

Sarah Kerby, second daughter of Hon. Seth, 

and Nathaniel Fales, at Taunton. Gazette 

of Feb. II, 1804 

Eliza, of Taunton, and George R. Arnold, of 

this town, merchant, at Warren. Gazette 

of Nov. 3, 1805 

Dr. Elijah M., of Taunton, and Mary Good- 
win, daughter of the late Henry, of and at 

Bristol. Gazette of Aug. 15, 18 12 

John, of Norfolk, Va., and Esther Dana, 

daughter of Payton, of and at this town, July 12, 1821 

Elisha and Phebe Jones, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, ' Oct. 24, 1821 

Abraham H ., of Tauflton, and Hannah Nye, 

of Jamestown, at Coventry. Gazette of Dec. 21, 1822 

Edward, of this town, and Elizabeth Louisa 

Farnum, at Savannah, Ga. Gazette of Dec. 3, 1823 

PAGE Thomas and Miss Brown, daugh- 
ter of Richard. Gazette of March 14, 1772 
Capt, Ambrose and Mrs. Hopkins, 

widow of Capt. Christopher. Gazette of Nov. 21, 1772 

William and Betsey Mason, daughter of 

Noah. Gazette of Aug. 14, 1773 

Martin and Catharine Reilley, daughter of 

Terrence. Gazette of Feb. 20, 1796 

Capt. Benjamin and Sally R. Warner, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Oliver R., of Newport, by the 

Rev. Mr. Clarke, Sept. 19, 1799 

Capt. Benjamin and Ann Sweeting, daughter 

of Capt. Job. Gazette of Nov. 12, 1791 

Capt. William and Patience Treadwell, 

daughter of Capt. Jonathan, Dec. 11, 1791 

Capt. Martin and Prudence Bullock. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 21, 1799 
George W., merchant, and Harriet Cooke, 

daughter of the late Daniel, Esq., Feb. 22, 1801 

Elizabeth, daughter ot William, and Nicholas 

Stillwill. Gazette of Aug. 22, 1801 

John and Priscilla Crapon, daughter of the 

late Capt. Benjamin, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, March 26, 1804 
James, of this town, and Tirzah Draper, of 

and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, April 8, 181 1 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 261 

PAGE Stephen and Mary Smith, both of and at 

Glocester, Jan. 5, 1817 

Lydia and George W. Sprague, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mjr. Edes, Oct. 26, 1820 

Mary Stevens and William Aplin, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. .Dr. Crocker, at 
St. John's Church, Nov. 19, 1820 

Dorcas S., .youngest daughter of Stephen, 
Esq., of Glocester, and William W. Ar- 
nold; of Warwick, at said Glocester. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 7, 1820 

■John B., of Portsmouth, and Maria Amelia 
Calvert, daughter of Capt. Williain, at 
Newport. Gazette of Dec. 10, 1823 

Lucia, eldest daughter of Stephen, of Gloces- 
ter, and James B. Arnold, of Warwick, at 
said Glocester. Gazetteiof Dec. 15, 1824 

PAGET Rebecca, daughter of the late Henry, 
and Dr. Joseph Harrison, of the Continen- 
tal Navy. Gazette of ■ June 8, 1776 

Deborah, daughter of Henry, Esq., deceased, 
and George Olney, of Providence, mer- 
chant. Gazette of May 10, 1777 
PAINE Dan and Susannah Cooke, daughter of 
the late Capt, Silas, of Warwick. Gazette 
of - Sept. II, 1784 

William, of Cranston, and Amey Clarke, 
daughter of Daniel, of this town. Gazette , 

of . Jan. 10, 1789 

Thomas A. B., editor of the Federal Orrery, 
and Eliza Baker, daughter of Joseph Berke- 
ley Balfer, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Walter, Feb. 22, 1795 

Mrs. Martha and John Phillips, of Smith- 
field, at North Providence. Gazette of Feb. 28, 1795 

Mary Heath, of Rehoboth, and Thomas 
Allen, of and at Barrington. Gazette of Oct. 13, 1798 

Eliza, only daughter of the late Capt. 
Stephen^ and Samuel W. Bridgham, Esq., 
of this town. Gazette of Oct. 27, 1798 

Walter and Lydia Snow, daughter of the late 

Capt. Daniel. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1800 

Royal and Miss 'Ann Vinson, daughter of 
Dea. Samuel, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Tenney, ' July 2, 180S 

Abigail, of Rehoboth, and Dr. Jacob Fuller, 
of this town, at said Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill, Jan. 27, 181 i 

Joanna and Theophilus Hutchins, at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Gazette of April 20, 181 1 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PAINE Lucinda, daughter of the late William, 
of New Shoreham, and Samuel Ward, of 
South Kingstown, 

John, of Charlestown, Mass., and Sally Strat- 
ton, of Boston. Gazette of 

Abel and Desire Aldrich, at, Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Rebecca and Noyes Hopkins, at Foster. Ga- 
zette of 

Col. Walter, of this town, merchant, and Ab- 
igail Bacon, daughter of Asa, of and at 
Canterbury, Ct., by Rev^ Mr. Mack, 

Jonathan, of Smithfield, 70, and Lucretia 
Thornton, 26, at Johnston. Gazette of 

Arnold and Martha Baker, both of Smith- 
field, at Glocesten Gazette of 

Walter, Jr., and Sophia Field Taylor, daugh- 
ter of Andrew, Esq., by Rev. Mr. ^X^ilson, 

Sarah, daughter of Jonathan, of Glocester, 
and Andrew Latham, of and at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Ann and Noah P. Hathaway, both of Free- 
town, at Newport. Gazette of 

Daniel R. and Sarah Brown, daughter of 
John, Esq., both of and at Little Compton. 
Gazette of 

Daniel and Sarah Brown, daiighter of John, 
Esq., at Little Compton. Gazette of 

PALMER Benjamin, of Cumberland, and Si- 
lence Price. Gazette of 
Lucinda, daughter of Jonathan, Jr., Esq., and 

Samuel Trumbull, printer. Gazette of 
Phebe and James Hammond, of Newport, 

merchant, at Stonington. Gazette of 
John and Sally Dwight, both of East Green- 
wich, at Newport. Gazette of 
Mrs. Mary, of this town, and, Moses Cooper, 
' of Newport, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Matilda, of Danby, Vt., and Senaca Hill, for- 
merly of Smithfield, at said Danby, 

C , merchant, of New York, and Eliza 

R. Thurston, daughter of Jeremiah, Esq., 
of and at Hopkinton. Gazette of 
"fARK Dr. John, of Boston, and Mrs. Major, at 

Framington, Mass. Gazette of 
TARKE Surrina, of this town, and John Cole, at 

Bristol, 
PARKER Joseph, merchant, and Polly An- 
drews, daughter of John. Gazette of 



Sept. 26, 181 1 

Nov. 19, i8ri 

Nov. 13, 1813 

March 25, 1815 

Jan. I, 1818 

Jan. 3, 1821 

March 20, 1822 

Sept. 23, 1823 

Jan. I, 1824 
April 28, 1824 

July 9, 1825 
July 27, 1825 

Oct. 2, i;73 
^ July 20, 1799 
June 30, 1804 
Nov. II, 1809 
April 23, 1 818 

July 4, 1822 

Nov. 20, 1824 
July 9, 1814 

April 13, 1815 
Dec. 2, 1775 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 263 

PARKER Nathan and Lois Burlingame, daugh- 
ter of the late Abner. Gazette of Dec. 25, 1790 

Admiral Sir Hyde and Miss Onslow, 

daughter of Admiral Onslow. The lady's 
fortune is ;f2000 per annum; difference in 
ages 43 years. Gazette of March 28, 1801 

Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, and Thomas 
Owen, Jr., merchant, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Pine street, Philadelphia. Gazette 
of May 18, 1805 

William, of Cambridge, and Martha Welling- 
ton, daughter of Samuel, by Rev. Dr. 
Gushing, at Waltham, Mass., Dec. 16, 1807 

Richard R., Esq., Lieut. Colonel in service 
of His Britannic Majesty, and Mrs. Mary 
McPherson, at New York, by the Rt. Rev. 
Bishop Moore. Gazette of Jan. 16, 1808 

Dilly, daughter of Capt. Robert, and Wel- 
come Parker, all of Smithfield, June 2, 181 1 

Welcome and Dilly Parker, daughter of 

Capt. Robert, all of Smithfield, June 2, 181 1 

Westcott and Olive Leach, daughter of Oli- 
ver, at Scituate, May 31, 1812 

Sophia T. and Theodore Taylor, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 3, 1 816 

Brigadier General D , Adjutant and 

Inspector General U. S. Army, and Ann ■ 

Collins, at Washington. Gazette of Jan. 31, 1818 

Lydia P., of South Reading, and James B. 
Emerson, of this town, at said South Read- 
ing, by Rev. Mr. Emerson. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1821 

John and Freelove P. Hill, daughter of Sam- 
uel, at Smithfield. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1822 

Ebenezer, of Boston, and Celia Kingman, 
daughter of Abner, of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr.' Williams, Sept. 3, 1822 

Sally, of Boston, and George W. Vinton, of 
and. at this town, by Rev. Mr. Mace, Oct. 14, 1822 

Mary Ann and Gideon Eldredge, both of 
Boston, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, Jan- — 1823 

George, merchant, of Bristol, and Anna 
Mitchell Moore, at Charleston, S. C, by 
Rev. Bishop Bowen. Gazette of Feb. 22, 1823 

Bertram R. and Abby F. Hathaway, both of 
and at this town, May 6, 1824 

PARKHAM Joseph j;;; and Harriet Dunlap, 
daughter of John, Esq., by Rt. Rev. Bishop 
White, all of Philadelphia. Gazette of Aug. 25, 18 10 



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VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



PARKINSON Mrs, Esther, of Philadelphia, and 

Samuel Slater, Esq., of North Providence, 

at said Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. Pilmore. 

Gazette of 
PARKIS Jonathan, of Plainfield, and Sybel 

Sprague, of and at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. 

Day. Gazette of 
PARKS Mrs. Lucy, of Boston, and Capt. Grace, 

of New Orleans, in this town, 
Perez, of Canterbury, and Lucinda Day, at 

Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 
PARLIN Elisha and Betsey Warren, at Navy, 

Vt. (first marriage in town). Gazette of 
PARRY Elias and Content Smith, at Taunton. 

Gazette of 
PARTRIDGE Olive and John Blackburn, both 

of Walpole, Mass., in this town. Gazette 

of 
Joseph, of this town, late of England, and M. 

B. Kelton, of and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 

Eaton. Gazette of 

PASTON Mrs. Hannah, aged 90, and Lewis 
Sawyer, aged 80, both of Tennessee. The 
bridesmaid was 100 years old; in North 
Carolina, 

PATCH Bathsheba, daughter of Henry, and 
John Adams Lazzell, of this town, at Wor- 
cester, by Rev. Dr. Austin. Gazette of 
PATT Deborah, eldest daughter of Benjamin, of 
Cumberland, and Ansel Carpenter, of At- 
tlebbro, at said Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, 

William and Sally Linnett, by Rev. Mr. Ta- 
tem, in this town, / 

Zerviah S. and Lewis G. Smith, both of Cum- 
berland, in this town. Gazette of 

Lydia and Capt. Ezra Kent, both of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Adiann and Joseph Walker, both of and at 
Cumberland. Gazette of 

Jabal and Sally N. Hunt, both of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
PATTEN Rev. William, of Newport, and Han- 
nah Hurlburt, at New London. Gazette 
of 

Charles, of Woodstock, merchant, and Susan 
Soule, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of this 
town. Gazette of 



Nov. 29, 1817 

Jan. 21, 1815 

April 10, 1808 

March 31, 1810 

April 8, i8rs 

Oct. II, 1823 

June 20, 18 1 2 
June 26, 1822 

Dec. 18, 1 816 
Feb. 2, 1811 

Feb. 10, 1820 
March ii, 1821 
April 24, 1822 
June 17, 1822 
Oct. 16, 1822 
Oct. 20, 1822 

Sept. 17, 1796 
Nov. 15, rSoo 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



265 



PATTEN Robert, Esq., postmaster, of Philadel- 
phia, and Mrs. T. W. Dixson, of and at 
New York. Gazette of , 
Hetty S. and John L. Munroe, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

PATTERSON Mrs. Mary and James Kelley, 
both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Gazette of 
Emma, daughter of Robert, the director of 
the U. S. Mint, and Samuel J. Fisher, 
merchant, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. 
Gray. Gazette of 
Major Flavell and Mrs. Nancy Phillips, daugh- 
ter of Pardon Angell, both of and at Scit- 
uate. 
Hannah D., of Smithfield, and Philip A. 
Slade, of North Providence, at said Smith- 
field. Gazette of 

PAUL William, S., of Boston, and Maria Aude- 
net, of Newport, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, 
Mrs. Patence and Capt. Peleg Hull, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mrs. Pembroke and Rev. Thomas Campbell. 
He attended and delivered a funeral ser- 
mon over the remains of his first wife in 
the morning and married the second the 
evening of the same day, in Missouri. Ga- 
zette of" 

PAULL Milton and Sybel Burt, of Taunton. 
Gazette of • 

PAULDING Juha, of Greenburgh, and William 
Erwing, Jr., at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

PAWLAWNEE Maria, the Grand Duchess, sis- 
ter to the Emperor of Russia, and the He- 
reditary Duke of Saxe Weimer. Gazette of 

PEABODIE William and Henrietta Gladding, 
daughter of Benjamin. Gazette of 
Ephraim and Lydia Ellis. Gazette of 

PEABODY Capt. William and Jane Jewett, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Catharine B., of Newport, and Hugh T. 
Brightman, of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
Gazette of 
Esther C, of 
ett, Jr., of 
Me. Gazette of 

PEAKE Robert, of Prince Edwards Co., Va., 
aged 97 years, and Mary Ann Anderson, 
aged 25 years, granted a marriage license 
at Richmond, Va., 



Hampden, and William Ever- 
Attleboro, at said Hampden, 



Jan. 19, 181 1 
Feb. 22, 1820 

Aug. 16, 1806 

June 13, 1807 

March i, 1824 

Aug. 21, 1824 

Dec. 10, 181 1 
May 4, 1817' 



Dec. 28, 1822 

Jan. 10, 1824 

Nov. 23, 1793 

March 17, 1804 

April S, 1794 
June 28, 1794 

Oct. 18, 1807 

March 24, 18 10 

Oct. 25, 1823 

April 20, 1786 



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PEAKE Ann and Senaca Greene, both of this 

town, 
PEALE Abigail Mason, daughter of Capt. Jon- 
athan, and John Dabney' stationer, at Sa- 
lem. Gazette of 
PEARCE Polly and John Singer Dexter, Esq., 
at East Greenwich. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Benoni, Esq., and Dr. 
Benjamin 'Dyer. Gazette of 

Oliver and Polly West, daughter of Benja- 
min, Esq. Gazette of 

Capt. Robert, of Nova Scotia, and Polly 
Townsend, daughter of Thomas, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Mrs. Margaret and Hopkins Cooke, Esq., at 
East Greenwich. Gazette of 

Jonathan, of this town, and . Clarrissa Phelps, 
daughter of J. Phelps, Esq., of Harwin. 
(This is torn so part is not made out. J. N. 
A.) Gazette of 

Fanny, daughter of the late Daniel, and Cal- 
vin Dean. Gazette of 

Samuel and Hannah Easton, daughter of 
Nicholas, Esq , at Portsmouth. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of the late Daniel, and George 
Armington, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Earle D., Esq., merchant, and Lydia Whea- 
ton, daughter of the late William, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Aaron and Sally Angell, both of this town, 
by Rev., Mr Wilson, , 

John, of Warren, and Ann Luther, of and at 
Swansey. Gazette of 

Sabra and Daniel Waterman, by Rev. Mr. 
Hammond, at Coventry. Gazette of 

Dutee Jr., Esq., and Abigail E. Perry, daugh- 
ter of Col. James, all of and at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Tibbetts and Betsey Maxwell, daughter of 
Capt. Level, at Warren. Gazette of 

Mary M., daughter of Israel, of Newport, 
and David Telfair, of New York, at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Sylvia, daughter of Jeremiah, of Attleboro, 
• and Augustus Saunders, of this town, at 
Attleboro, married by Rev. Mr. Reed, 

Nancy, eldest daughter of Aaron, and Calvin 
Medbury, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Otis 
Thompson, 

Mary and William Webb, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Webb. Gazette of 



Aug. lo, 1807 

July 10, 1790 
Nov. 18, 177s 

• 

April 26, 1788 
Jan. 3, 1789 

Nov. 19, 1791 
Sept. 22, 1792 

May 9, 1795 
March' 7, 1801 
Sept. 24, 1803 
Sept. 22, 1805 

- Oct. 4, 1807 

Aug. 20, 1809 

March 24, 1810 

Sept. I, 1810 

April 13, 181 1 
Jan. 18, 1812 

Nov. 23, 1813 

Jan. 27, 181 4 

March 13, 1814 
Oct. s, 1816 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



267 



PEARCE Pardon S. and Mary Boyd, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker; Gazette of 
Thomas and Mary Ann Chappotin, both ot 
V this town, at St. Michael's Church, Bristol, 

by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswftld, 
King, of Montreal, and Mrs. Sarah O. Rock- 
well, daughter of the late Capt. James 

Finch, of and at Newport. Gazette of 
Zephaniah and Mary Spooner, daughter of 

the late Clarke, at Newport. Gazette of 
Mahala,'of this town, and James Brown, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mrs. Mary and James Bishop, at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Sally and Samuel Reynolds, 2d, at the Cath- 
olic Congregational Church, Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Mann, 
Sanford M. and Rebecca Waldron, at Bristol. 

Gazette of 
Aurelia'B., of this town, and James S. Mur- 
ray, of Camden, S. C, at Philadelphia, 
Hannah T., of Newport, and Rev. John 

Ormsbee, of Wickford, at said Newport. 

Gazette of 
Thomas and Mary Rowland, both of and at 

Bristol. Gazette of 
George, of Berkeley, and Betsey Hathaway, 

of and at Freetown, 
Josiah Q., of this town, and Ruth Dorr, of 

and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 
Rev. Preserved and Mrs. Nancy Cushing, 

both of and at Rehoboth, 
PEARSE John A., Jr., and Penelope Thurber, 

daughter of John. Gazette of 
Freelove and James Crosswell, Jr., by Rev. 

Mr. Luther, all of and at Rehoboth, 
PEARSON Luther and Louisa Mary Arnold, 

daughter of the late Capt. John, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, '' 

Daniel C, of this town, and Nancy Bugbee, 

of and at Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of 
PEARSONS Bennett and Elizabeth Phillips, at 

Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Abraham, of Greenwich, .N. Y., and Betsey 

Cole, daughter of Jonathan, of and at 

Warren, 
PEASE Mrs. Catharine, widow of the late 

Simon, and Capt. Francis Malbone, at 

Newport. Gazette of 



June 20, 1818 

Feb. 16, 1820 

March 31, 1821 

July 2ij 1821 

Oct. 14, 1 82 1 

Nov. 3,' 1 82 1 

Sept. 29, 1822 

Jan. 8, 1823 

April 22, 1823 

'April 30, 1823 

Jan. 7, 1824 

April 18, 1824 

April 25, 1824 

May 10, 1824 

April 2, 1803 

Nov. 23, 1817 

March 25, 1819 

Jan. 27, 1820 

March 2, 1823 

Feb. 8, 1824 
Oct. 19, 1782 



268 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PEASE Daniel and Sally Bliven, daughter of 

Jafties, Esq., at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 26, 1789 

Nathaniel and Lydia Peckham, in this town. 
Gazette of Dec. 19, 1795 

Nathaniel and Mary Richmond, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Dec. 2, 1804 

Mary and Perry Chapin, of Worcester, Mass., 
at Shrewsbury, Mass. Gazette of Nov. 14, 1807 

Emily L., only daughter of Hon. Oliver, of 
Suffield, Gt., and Elam C. Clarke, of this 
town, at said Suffield, by Rev. Mr. Gay, May 19, 1824 

PECK Perez and Experience Smith, daughter of 

Samuel, dec. Gazette of Sept. 19, 1772 

Lewis, merchant, and Nancy I'oster, daugh- 
ter of John. Gazette of Jan. i, 1774 

Allen and Mrs. Dexter, widow of William. 

Gazette of May 18, 1776 

Capt. Joseph and Sally Hacker, daughter of 
Joshua. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1779 

Col. William and Nabby Mathewson, daugh- 
ter of Col. John, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. 
Gazette of Jan. 28, 1786 

Mrs. Mary, widow of Capt. William A.., and 
,Hon. Walter Spooner, of Bedford, at New- 
port. Gazette of July 9, 1791 

Amey, ' daughter ' of Aaron, and Edward 
Knowles, Jr., both of this town. Gazette 
of March 30, 1793 

Nancy, daughter of Aaron, and James Davis, 
of North Providence. Gazette of Aug. 10, 1793 

Philip and Sally W. Chase, daughter of 

Amos, of this town. Gazette of Dec. 14, 1799 

Benjamin, of Cheshire, and Mrs. Nancy 
Dodge, widow of the late Cyrel, at Pom- 
fret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. King, Aug. 12, 1804 

Philip and Abby Chace,. daughter of the late 

Amos, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 25, 1807 

Charlotte, daughter of Bela, of Norwich, and 
Ebenezer Learnerd, Esq., attorney at law, 
of New London, at Norwich, Oct. lo, 1808 

Ann, daughter of the late Elihu, and Luther 

Bailey, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 13, 1808 

Mrs. Abigail and George Bosto, at KilHngly, 

^ ^h T , ^ Oct. 16, 1808 

Cyrel, Jr., and Ohvia Marsh, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Jan 4, 1809 

Maria, second daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
John P. Jones, 2d, in this town, by Rev 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 28, 18 10 



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269 



PECK Ann, eldest daughter of Lewis, and Capt. 

Griffin Child, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Nancy J., eldest daughter of Isaac, and John 

Harradon, Jr., in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Joseph, of Bristol, and Mrs. Sally Grant, of 

Harrington, daughter of Benjamin Drowne, 

at Bristol. Gazette of 
Israel, of Seekonk, and Abigail Drowne, of 

and at Barrington, 
Louisa, of Wrentham, and Arnold W. 

Jenckes, of Cumberland, at Wrentham, by 

Rev. Mr. Fiske, 
Whipple and Roxalana Harris, daughter of 

Oliver, all of Cumberland, by Benjamin 

Wilkinson, Esq., 
Rhoda, second daughter of Isaac, and Enoch 

Steere, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Phebe, daughter of Isaac, and William C. 

Barker, both of this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
George W., Esq., and Hannah B. Carpenter, 

daughter of the late Abiah, at Rehoboth, 
Ann and William H. Potter, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Learnerd and Harriet C. Short, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette of 
Ellis and Lucy Bliss, both of Barrington, by 

Rev. Mr. Wright, 
Mary, youngest daughter of Major Samuel, 

of Coventry, and Luther Rider, merchant, 

9t said Coventry, 
Betsey and Joel Bassett, at Newtown, Ct. 

Gazette of 
Ezekiel and Miss Biscoe, at Newtown, 

Ct. Gazette of 
Huldah and Emerson Humphrey, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette of 
Aaron, of this town, aftid Mrs. Rachal Wilson 

Chace, of and at Rehoboth, 
Betsey and John Draper, Jr., by Rev. Mr. 

Carrique, both of and at Attleboro, at the 

Universalist Church. Gazette of 
Lewis, formerlyof this town, and Mary Ann 

Fowler, of Yonkers, at New York, by Rev. 

Mr. McClay. Ga.zette of 
Jesse F., of Pelham, Mass., and Matilda 

Tingley, daughter of Samuel, of Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, 



Aug. 15, 1811 

Aug. 25, 181 1 

June 6, 1812 
Oct. 18, 1812 

April 6, 1 814 

Nov. 19, 1815 

March 31, 1816 

March 30, 1817 

Aug. 17, 1817 

Aug. 24, 1817 

Dec. 6, 1817 

April 16, 1 818 

Aug. 2, 1818 
Dec. 12, 1818 
Dec. 12, 1818 
Jan. 16, 1 8 19 
April 12, 1819 

April 24, 1 8 19 

July 10, i8ig 

Feb. 10, 1820 



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PECK Betsey, daughter of Gideon, of Rehoboth, 

and Aaron Mason, of Attleboro, at said 

Rehoboth, March 6, 1820 

Horatio' and Nancy Allen Mathewson, at 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, all of 

that place, Aug. 3^1, 1820 

Susan Carpenter, of Rehoboth, and Philip 

Martin, of Guilford, Vt., at said Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 19, 1820 

Margaret, of Attleboro, and Matthevsf Camp- 
bell, of Seekonk, at said Attleboro. Ga- 
zette of June 2, 1 82 1 
Joseph B., of this town, and Bethiah Clarke, 

at Valley Falls, Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Sept. 30, 1821 

Jemima G. and Benjamin W. Bradford, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, at St. Michael's Church, 

Bristol, Oct. 24, 1821 

Edmund, Jr., and Peddy Peck, both of and 

at Rehoboth, Oct. 27, 1822 

Peddy and Edmund Peck, Jr., both of and at 

Rehoboth, Oct. 27, 1822 

Capt. Edwin and Martha Burr, daughter of 

Caleb H., Esq., both of and at Rehoboth. 

Gazette of Dec. 14, 1822 

Dr. William, of this town, and Jane Thane, 

of and at Hillsdale, N. Y., by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, May 21, 1823 

Lydia and John Calder, both of and at this 

town. Gazette of June 11, 1823 

George H. and Nancy Sweet, youngest 

daughter of Gideon, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June i^, 1823 

Capron and Lydia Daggett, both of and at 

Attleboro, June 21, 1824 

Mrs. Sylvia Ann and Richard Sarle, both of 

and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Dec. 9, 1824 

Arnold and Betsey Hicks, both of and at 

Rehoboth, by George W. Peck, Esq., Jan. 28, 1825 

PECKHAM Betsey, daughter of Philip, and 

Jonathan Woodbury Coy. Gazette of May 6, 1780 

JLydia and Nathaniel Pease, in this town. 

Gazette of Dec. 19, 1795 

Martha, of this town, and Ebenezer R. 

Frost. Gazette of Aug. 24, 1799 

Rhoda, daughter of William, and Capt. Rich- 
ard iSullock, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 10, 1802 
James Greene and- Eliza Stall, daughter of 

William, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 8, 1803 

Martha and Capt. Stephen Barker, at New- 
port. Gazette of Dec. 26, 1807 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 271 

PECKHAM William, Esq., and Mrs. Mary Pot- 
ter, April 30, 1809 

Rebecca, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and 
John Rodman, at Newport. Gazette of July 15, 1809 

Peleg, of Middletown, and Freelove Sophia 
Hazard, daughter of the late George, Esq., 
of Newport. Gazette of Aug. 25, 1810 

Abner and Lydia Fenner, youngest daughter 

of Samuel, at Scituate. Gazette of July 13, 181 1 

Sophia, daughter of .Peter, and Josiah I. 
Eddy,'by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 24, 1812 

Mary, daughter of the late Philip, and Will- 
iam Sheldon, merchant, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 181 5 

Emma Ann, daughter of Timothy, and John 
C. Stanton, both of South Kingstown, at 
Exeter, < Nov. 12, 1816 

Abner and Tabitha H. Angell, eldest daugh- 
ter of Hon. Charles, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 
all of and at Scituate, Jan. 25, 1818 

Ann, daughter of the late James, of this 
town, and James D. Mason, of Swanzey, , 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette ^ 

of March 28, 1 818 

Timothy R., of Newport, and Sarah Hazard, 
of and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Northup, . April 5, 1818 

Jane Rider, daughter of Alanson, Esq., of 
Middletown, and David Wyatt, at Newport. 
Gazette of Oct. 30, 1820 

.Ann, daughter of Benjamin, of Portsmouth, 
and Arnold Brayman, of Exeter, at New- 
port. Gazette of Nov. 16, 1820 

Timothy, ^d, of South Kingstown, and Sally 

Barker, of and at Hopkinton. Gazette of Jan. 31, 1821 

Isaac and Rebecca Field, daughter of Joseph, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 25, 1821 

John, of this town, and Frances G. Lamb, of 
Nantucket, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Merrett, Aug. 29, 1822 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, and John B. 
Newton, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 14, 1822 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Alanson, and Timo- 
thy Sherman, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1822 

Elizabeth Chatman, of Exeter, and William 
Rhodes Rawson, of this town, at said 
Exeter, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Oct. 12, 1823 

Mary, daughter of William S., and Abner 
Smith, both of and at Middletown. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 19, 1823 



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PECKHAM Susan T. and Charles Barker, at 

Middletown, R. I. Gazette of 
Matilda and James Metcalf, both of and at 

Newport. Gazette of 
Sally, of South Kingstown, and Isaac Cong- 
don, Jr., of Cranston, 
Rachal, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Capt. ' 

Richard Norman, at Newport. Gazette of 
PEERS Mary Eleanor, daughter of Major 

V , and Lewis Collihs, editor of the 

" Eagle," at Maysville, Ky. Gazette of 
PEIRCE Mary, of Woodstock* and Welcome 

Arnold, of this town, at Woodstock, Ct. 

Gazette of 
Frances, daughter of Major J Peirce, 

and Henry Gray, Esq., son of Lieut. Gov. 

Gray, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Channing, 
Timothy and Elizabeth DeBlois, daughter of 

the late Stephen, of Newport, at Bristol. 

Gazette of 
Martin and Eliza A. Boyd, at East Green- 

•wich, by Rev. Mr Rich, 
Preserved and Cloe Holbrook, daughter of 

Moses, both of and at Oxford, by Rev. Mr. 

Bachellor, 
Philip, of Little Cotnpton , and Fanny Gray, 

of and at Tiverton. Gazette of 
William, of Little Compton, and Lydia G. 

Aplin, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, 
Lucy B., of Attleboro, and Lewis> Perrin, of 

Seekonk, at Taunton, 
Washington, of Weston, Mass., and Fanny 

Hatch, daughter of Col. Israel, of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, 
Abby D., of Warwick, and Thomas J. Hines, 

of Norwich, at said Warwick. Gazette of 
Abby D., of Warwick, and Thomas J. Hives, 

of Norwich, Ct..at said Warwick. Gazette 

of 
Joseph, of this town, and Lydia Lawton, of 

Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 
FENN Richard, Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania, 

and Polly Masters, daughter of William, 

dec, at Philadelphia, 
PENNIMAN Olive and Dr. Daniel Thurber, at 

Mendon, by Rev. Caleb Alexander, Ga- 
zette of 
Obadiah, merchant, of Albany, and Mary 

Lee, daughter of William, merchant, of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 



Nov. 26, 1823 
Sept. 29, 1824 

July II, 1825 
Sept. 14, 1825 

.May 7, 1823 

Aug. 7, 1803 

Oct. 28, 1 8 10 

Dec. 29, 1810 
Feb. 13, 1814 

Sept. 9, 1 82 1 
Oct. 6, ,1821 

April 30, 1822 
Aug. s, 1822 

Jan. 21, 1824 
May 22, 1824 

June 9, 1824 
Feb. 2, 1825 

May 21, 1772 

Dec 8, 1798 

March 30, 1807 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



273 



PENNINGTON Ann Stephenson, daughter of 
the late Josias, Esq., of Baltimore, and 
Samuel Jacobs, formerly of this town, at 
said Baltimore, by Rev. Mr. Barrow, 
PENNO Nathaniel, of Norton, Mass., and Phebe 
Dyer, daughter of Dr. Beniamin, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Mrs. Phebe Pearce, daughter of Dr. Benja- 
min Dyer, of Cranston, and William Wash- 
burn, of Taunton, at said Cranston, 
PENNYMAN Dr. Elias and Nancy Jenckes, 
daughter of Capt. Ebenezer, dec. Gazette 
of 
PERKINS Susan, daughter of Elisha, Esq., and 
Col. Josias Lyndon Arnold^ of St. Johns- 
bury, Vt., at Plainfield, Ct. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of the late Brenton, of New- 
port, and Reuben Brown, at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of Hon. T. H., and Samuel 
Cabot, Jr., merchant, at Boston. Gazette 
of 

David and Sarah Merwin, after a courtship 
of one night, at Woodbridge, Ct. Gazette 
of 

Elizabeth W., of Franklin, Ct., and Albert 
G. Wells, of Rhode Island, at said Frank- 
lin. Gazette of 

Nancy, of Exeter, and Capt. Edmund Cooper, 
of and at North Kingstown. Gazette of 
PERRIN John and Mrs. Penelope Crapon. Ga- 
^zette of 

Betsey, daughter of John, and Timothy 
Gladding, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

James and Sophia Metcalf, daughter of Joel, 
' Esq., by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

John and Bathesda Skinner, at Woodstock, 
Ct. Gazette of , 

Lewis, of Seekonk, and Lucy B. Peirce, of 
Attleboro, at Taunton, 

Erastus, of Pomfret, and Caroline Nichols, at 
Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of 
PERRY Elizabeth, daughter of Edward, and 
Jonathan Almy, Esq., at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Sarah R., daughter of Dr. Joshua, and Dr. 
, Joseph Comstock, at South Kingstown. 
Gazette of 

Samuel, Jr., of South Kingstown, and Abby 
Gardiner, daughter of the late Capt. Dan- 
iel, at Newport. Gazette of 



March 5, 1816 
June 21, 1813 
Sept. 26, 1 82 1 
Dec. 10, 1774 
Feb. 28, 1795 
June 12, 1802 
Nov. 7, 1812 
March 25, 1815 

July 3, 1822 
Aug. 21, 1822 

Jan. 2, 1796 
April 3, 1 80s 
July 12, 1806 

Dec. 9, 1809 
Aug. 5, 1822 
Jan. 17, 1824 

Jan. 30, 1796 

June 26, 1802 

March 26, 18O3 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAl^D 



PERRY John B. and Susan Babcock, daughter of 
Peleg, at South Kingstown. Gazette of 
Rev. Thomas, Methodist, and Sally Wheeler, 

both of and at Rehoboth Gazette of 
Abigail E., daughter of Col. James, and 
Dutee J. Pearce, Esq., all of and at New- 
port. Gazette of 
Oliver H., Esq., U. S. Navy, and Elizabeth 
Champlain Mason, only daughter of the 
late Dr. Benjamin, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Raymond H. J., Esq., U. S. Navy, and Mary 
Ann DeWolfe, daughter of James, Esq., 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. White. Gazette of 

Ann M., daughter of Christopher R., Esq., 
of Rhode Island, and George W. Rogers, 
Esq., Master Commandant U. S. Navy, at 
New York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen. Gazette 
of 

.Nancy, daughter of the late George, and 
Capt. Peleg Eldred, of Jamestown, at New- 
port,' by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

George S. and Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller, of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Jane T., of Newport, daughter of the late 
Christopher R., and Dr. William Butler, 
U. S. Navy, at Brooklyn, N. Y. Gazette 
of 

Patience, daughter of Sylvester, Esq., and 
Joseph Briggs, at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. 
Gushee, 

James and Sally Moulton, daughter of the 
late Michael, at Newport. Gazette of 

William B. and Mary Ann Gardiner, at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Otis, of Killingly, Ct., and Elizabeth Orms- 
bee, of and at this town. Gazette of 

Harriet, daughter of the late Col. James, and 
Constant C. Greene, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Sally and Peter Wells, at Windham, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

Mary S., daughter of the late Joseph, of 
Newport, and Perry W. Shaw, of Cumber- 
land, at said Newport. Gazette of 

Capt. John S. and Susan Verily, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Rebecca, of Rehoboth, and James Thayer, of 
Taunton, at said Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Ichabod and Celia D. Wardwell, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



April 20, 1805 
Aug. 30, 1806 

April 13, 181 1 

May 18, 181 1 
May 21, 1814 

.July IS, 181S 

Oct. 19, 1817 
May 21, 1819 

Jan. 3, 1820 

Oct. 25, 1820 

March 31, 1821 

Dec. I, 1821 

Dec. 15, 1 82 1 

Aug. 31, 1822 
Feb. 4, 1824 

Feb. 28, 1824 

May 9, 1824 

March 5, 1825 

May II, 1825 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES > 275 

PERRY Capt. Hiram Ariff, and Mary Ann 

Gardiner, daughter of Capt. Edward C, of 

Newport, at New York, Gazette of Aug. 3, 1825 

PETERS Richard, Jr., Esq., and Miss 

Willing, daughter of Thomas, Esq., at 

Philadelphia, by the Rev. Dr. Blackwell. 

Gazette of March 17, 1804 

Sarah and Major Eleazer Ellis. Gazette of April 28, 1804 

Nicholas and Waitey Greene, both of and at 

this town, Jan. 30, 1823 

PETERSON John and Hannah Slocum, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer. Gazette 

of Aug. 23, 1806 

Edward and Caroline Cutter, both of and at 

Newport,' Dec. 15, 1822 

PETRIE George, merchant, of Little Falls, N. 

Y., and Mary M. Tillinghast, only daugh- 
ter of Sylvanus, formerly of this town, at 

said Little Falls. Gazette of Dec. 16, 1815 

PETTENGILL Daniel and Lydia Lincoln, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Nov. 29, 1821 

PETTES Joseph, of Brattleboro, N. Y., and Sally 

Bass, daughter of the late Rev. John, of 

Proyidence. Gazette of Jan. 16, 1779 

Lydia and Capt. Matthew Hanley, at North 

Kingstown. Gazette of Oct. 4, 1794 

Dr. Joseph B., of Westerly," and Mrs. Sarah 

Allen, of Providence, at Newport. Gazette 

of Aug. I, 1807 

PETTEY Daniel, Jr., and Harriet Amanda Bur- 
gess, daughter of Benjamin, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at this town, Oct. 31, 1819 

Henrietta,daughter of Daniel, and Seth Hunt, 

Jr., by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at this 

town, Dec. 22, 1819 

Eliza, daughter of the late David, and Jona- 
than Cady, m this town. Gazette of May 17, 1823 
David and Martha Fenner, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Gazette of April 16, 1825 
PETTIS David and Betsey Gladding, eldest 

daughter of Timothy, m this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 4, 1803 

PHELON Major Edward, of the late Massachu- 
setts Line, and Susannah Frances Barks- 
dale, of and at Charleston, S. C. Gazette of Feb. 28, 1789 
PHELPS Clarrissa, daughter of J. Phelps, Esq., 

of> Harwin (This is torn so part is not made 

out. J. N. A.) and Jonathan Pearce, of 

this town. Gazette of • May 9, 1795 



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PHELPS Mary F., eldest daughter of Henry, 
Esq., and John Davis, both of and at 
Glocester, West Parish, by Rev. Mr. Ful- 
ler, Oct. 20, 1 8 19 

Mary, of Bristol, and Zeno Waterman, at 
Johnston. Gazette of Aug. 7, 1822 

Charles H., of Stonington, and Ann R. Ham- 
mond, daughter of James, of Newport, at 
former place by Rev. Mr. Hart, July 28, 1824 

PHILBRICK Harriet and Henry Gushing, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 23, 1819 

PHILBROOK Mary, daughter of C^pt Phil- 
brooks, and Dr. George W. Hoppin. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 12, 1801 
PHILLIPS Nathaniel, of Boston, and Roby Wa- 
terman, daughter of William, of Warwick, 
at Pawtuxet. Gazette of Feb. 13, 1779 

Mrs. Sarah, of Newport, and Ezekiel Low, of 

Providence. Gazette of Dec. 29, 1792 

John, of Smithfield, and Mrs. Martha Paine, 
at North Providence. Gazette of Feb. 28, 1795 

Naphthali, of Philadelphia, merchant, and 
Rachal Seixas, daughter of Moses, at New- 
port. Gazette of July 15, 1797 

John F., editor of the Herald of the United 
States, and Martha Cole, eldest daughter 
of Capt. Ebenezer, of and at Warren. Ga- 
zette of June 8, 181 1 

Mary, of Warren, and John R. Burroughs, of 
Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Ja- 
cobs. Gazette of March 11, 181 5 

John, of this town, and Phebe Smith, of and 

at Albany. Gazette of June 10, 1815 

George V., of Taunton, Mass., and Lois M. 
Barney, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Oct. 31, 1816 

Mrs. Tabitha, of Massachusetts, and Shubael 
Franklin Arnold, of Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. 

, Gano, in this town, April 8, 181 8 

Priscilla and Robert Dyer, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 30, 1820 

Nancy, youngest daughter of the late Caleb, 
Esq., and Stephen Williams, by Rev. Mr. 
Curtis, all of and at Pawtuxet, April 11, 1820 

Capt. Joseph and Phebe Cahoone, daughter 
of Stephen, Esq., both of and at Newport, 
by Rev.Mr. Elton, May ,11, 1820 

Ann and Joseph Cheeseley, both blind, at 
Wilmington, Del. Gazette^of Feb. 21, 1821 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



277 



PHILLIPS William R., of this town, and Mary 
G. Freebody, daughter of William, of and 
at Newport. Gazette of 
John, of Exeter, and Mary Spink, of and at 

Wickford, 
Martha B., of Newport, and Francis Rich- 
mond, of Taunton, at said Newport. " Ga- 
zette of 
Stephen and Alice Eliza Williams, daughter 

of Henry, in this town, 
John S. and Ann S. Nichols, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Hannah and John Otterson, both of and at 

Bristol. Gazette of 
Silence, daughter of Capt. Jacob, and Elka- 
nah Woodward, both of and at Taunton. 
Gazette of 
Elizabeth and Bennett Pearsons, at Valley 

Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Edward and Sophia Ruggles, daughter of 
the late Benjamin, at Newport. Gazette of 
Abigail B., daughter of Hon. William, and 
Rev. Ebenezer Burgess, of Dedham, at 
Boston. Gazette of 
Mary L., daughter of the late James, and 
Nathaniel S. Ruggles, both of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, 
Damaries, of Valley Falls, and Hiram Aid- 
rich, of Seekonk, at said Valley Falls, 
Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Mrs. Nancy, daughter of Pardon Angell, and 
Major Flavell Patterson, both of and at 
Scituate, 

PHILPOTT Miss , late of Bedlington, 

Northumberland, England, and Rt. Hon. 
Earl Cornwallis, at Calcutta, India. Ga- 
zette of 
PHINNEY Peltiah and Sarah Blackman, both 
of Middleboro. Gazette of 
Eliza K., daughter of Daniel, and Capt. Wil- 
liam Champlain, both* of and at Warren. 
Gazette of 
PHROPHET Lydia E. and Isaac Randall (col- 
ored), at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem. 
Gazette of 
PICK Ruth, of this town, and Rev. William 
Fiske, of Vermont, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
PICKERING Levina, of Bellingham, and Oliver 
Follett, of Cumberland, at said Cumber- 
land. Gazette of 



April 7, 1 82 1 
June 14, 1821 

Oct. 27, 1 82 1 

Jan. I, 1822 

March 20, 1822 

July 14, 1822 

Aug. 10, 1822 

March 2, 1823 

March 29, 1823 

May 3r, 1823 

Oct. 28, 1823 

Jan. 3, 1824 

March I, 1824 

May 17, 1788 
Aug. 20, 1774 

Sept. 24, 1823 

June I, 1822 
June 5, 1823 

April 4, 1 82 1 



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PICKINS John, of Boston, merchant, and 
Charity Mackie, youngest daughter of Dr. 
Andrew, at Wareham, Mass.. by Rev. 
Noble Everett. Gazette of 

PICKLE Miss -, of Oyster Haven, and Mr. 

Foy, clerk in a salmon factory; in Ireland. 
Gazette of 
PIDGE Mary and David Gould, of this town, at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Charlotte, daughter of Benjamin, of Dighton, 
and Edwin M. Larchar, of this town, at 
said Dighton. Gazette of 

Benjamin, of this town, and Lydia Lewis, of 
and at Dighton. Gazette of 
PIERCE Capt. John and Mary Holden, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Randall, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Maria, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, and 
Francis Marian, Jr., of South Carolina, at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Silas, of Chelmsford, and Mrs. Hannah Lit- 
tlehale, his sixth wife, at Dracut, Mass. 
Gazette of 

Benjamin B. arid Susannah Walker, both of 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of New- 
port, and Paul Rovenell, of and at Charles- 
ton, S. C, 

Wilham and Phebe Fuller, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Levi, of this town, and Betsey S. Wheeler, 
of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, 

Capt. Reuben, of North Providence, and 
Mrs. Catharine Jones, of this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Henry, of Rhode Island, and Alice Frye, at 
Vinalhaven, Me. Gazette of 

Maria and Henry Hamilton, both of and at 

Warwick. Gazette of 

PIERSON Harriet, eldest daughter 'of Capt. 

Samuel, of this town, and Capt. William 

Comstock, of Steamboat Fulton, by Rev. 

Dr. Romeyn, 

PIKE Celestina and Thomas Lindley, both of 

. this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 

Asa and Catharine Durfee, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

James M. and Amey Butler, both of this 
town. 



June' 25, 1814 

March 23, 1805 
April 18, 1813 

March 10, 1821 
Jan. 26, 1822 

June 9, 1804 

Oct. 25, 1806 

Nov. 29, 1806 
March 13, 1808 

Dec. 15, 1809 
June 3, 1810 

March 9, 1818 

Jan. s, 1820 

Jan. 9, 1822 

June 5, 1822 

Sept. 19, 1824 

March 31, 1810 

Jan. 27, 181 1 

Oct. 4, 1813 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



279 



PIKE James M. and Martha Corey, youngest 
daughter of the late Capt. William, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Henry and Mrs. Mary Moore, both of this 

town, 
Mary and Spencer Morse, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Mary Ann, of this town, and John F. Jen- 
kins, Esq., at Lexington, Ky., 
Sally, of North Providence, and Ezekiel 

Smith, 2d, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 
Jonathan and Cynthia Hathaway, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, • 

PINCHBECK George Alexander Ceazer Au- 
gustus William Henry Soliman and Mrs. 
Catharine Rudolph, at New York. Ga- 
zette of 

PINCKNEY Miss , eldest daughter of 

Thomas, Esq., and William Lowndes, Esq., 
in South Carolina. Gazette of 
Ninian, Secretary of the Executive of Mary- 
land, and Mrs. Amelia Hobbs, in Mary- 
land, 
Charles Gates worth, Jr., Esq., and Catharine 
Phebe Elliott, of and at Beaufort, N. C. 
Gazette of 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Jacob, and 
Samuel Kennedy, of this town, at Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
PINKNEY Julia, youngest daughter of Jacob, 
of Johnston, and George Beverly, of Crans- 
ton, at said Johnston, 
Isaac H. and Julia' Ann Treadwell, eldest 
daughter of the late Capt. Jonathan, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, all of and at this town, 
Jacob, Jr., of North Providence, and Sarah 
Fowler, of Newport, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 
PINGREY Job, in 84th year, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Piatt, aged 74, at Rowley, Mass. Gazette 
of 
PINKERTON Mr. A and Miss Red- 
head, in Ireland. Gazette of 
PINTARD Mrs. Eliza and Commodore Silas' 
Talbot, at New York, by Rev. Dr. Rogers, 
PITCHER Samuel and Clarissa Gifford. Ga- 
zette of 
Capt. Benjamin, of Pawtuxet, and Eliza Ben- 
jamin, of East Greenwich. Gazette of 
Mary and George W. Hammond, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr, Edes. Ga- 
zette of 



July 31, 1814 

Nov. 4, 1815 
Nov. 29, 1818 

March 14, 1822 

June 9, 1824 

Dec. 9, 1824 



Dec. 12, 179s 
Oct. 9, 1802 
May I, 1806 

July 20, 181 1 
May 3, 1813 

Feb. 22, 1 8 16 
March 30; 181 8 

May 24, 1818 

June 6, 1772 

March 23, 1805 

May 19, 1808 

June 17, 1797 

July 17, 1802 

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PITCHER Ann, daughter of the late Lemuel, 
of this town, and Capt. Charles Leonard 
Hyatt, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 14. 1808 

George F. and Freelove S. Whipple, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 10, 1808 

Lamed and Marcy- Walcott, daughter of 
Capt. Benjamin T., both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 10, 1823 

Sally and Charles O. Foster, merchant, both 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 5, 1813 

Maria, daughter of Dr. Elisha, of Franklin, 
Ct, and Noyes Champlain, of Windham, 
at said Franklin. Gazette of Dec. 24, 1823 

PITMAN Sanders and Amey Kinnicutt. Ga- 
zette of Feb. IS, 1772 

Thomas and Abigail Hall, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of May 10, 1788 

Abigail and Robert Taylor, Esq., at New- 
port. Gazette of Dec. S, 1789 

Susannah, daughter of Saunders, and Eben- 
ezer Roby Frost. Gazette of Jan. 16, 1790 

Rev. John and Mrs. Susannah Greene, mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr Maxcy, Sept. 5, 1792 

Nabby, daughter of Saunders, and Ebenezer 
Johnson. Gazette of June 15, 1793 

Benjamin and Remembrance Goddard, at 

Newport. Gazette of Aug. 16, 1794 

• Nancy,' daughter of Saunders, and Major 
Jonathan Tiffany, of Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 18, 1800 

Susannah, eldest daughter of Isaac, and 

Henry Crew, merchant, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 24, 1802 , 

Mary, daughter of Saunders, and Samuel 

Dorrance, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1803 

Mary, daughter of Rev. John, and John Pit- 
man Clarke, of Boston, merchant. Ga- 
zette of May 12, 1804 

Isaac, merchant, and Nancy Updike, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. John, in this town. 
Gazette of Nov. 29, 1806 

Eliza, eldest daughter of Rev. John, of Prov- 
idence, and Jacob Willard, Esq., attorney 
at law, of Fitchburg, Mass., by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of Sept. 29, 18 10 

John and Hannah Mumford, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Gibson, NoV. 21, 1810 

Benjamin H. and Mary Stanhope, daughter 
of the late Edward, at Newport. Gazette 
of Dec. 29, 1 8 10 

John, Jr., Esq., of Salem, and Mary Talbot, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 22, 1812 



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281 



PITMAN Peter and Lucy Loomis, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Aug. 12, 18 19 

Rachal H., daughter of Thomas G., Esq., 

and Charles M.' Thurston, by Rev. Dr. 

Patten, all of and at Newport, Sept. 6, 1818 

Abby and Rev. Ebenezer Coleman, Pastor 

of the Congregational Church at Tiverton, 

at Newport. Gazette of Jan. 30, 1819 

Rebecca, daughter of the late Isaac, of Prov- 
idence, and Abram Weld, Esq., of Boston, < 

at Hartford, Ct. Gazette of J.une 13, 1821 

Elizabeth Ann, daughter of the late John, 

and William H. Taylor, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of June 23, 1 82 1 
Benjamin, of New Bedford, and Mary Ann 

Carter, daughter of Capt. Robert, of and 

at Newport. Gazette of ' Oct. 22, 1823 

Rosannah and Milton Hall, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, . Nov. 20, 1824 

PITTS Hope and Benjamin Robinson, in this 

town, Jan. 29, 181 1 

Abner, of Taunton, and Eleanor Sanford, 

daughter of Capt. Joseph, of and at Berke- 
ley, Mass., by Rev. Thomas Andrews, Sept. 14, 1815 
. Maria and Benjamin Robinson, both of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 14, 1815 

Eleanor B., ' of this town, and Calvin W. 

Chace, of Killingly, Ct., at this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 4, 1824 

PLACE Andeara and Edward Thurston, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, ' June 28, 18 12 

Mary and Richard R. Clemens, at Glocester. 

Gazette of Nov. 19, 18 14 

Peter and Eliza Hathaway, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 17, 1816 

Sarah, daughter of John, and Jacob Clarke, 

at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette 
of Feb. 14, 1818 

Mary, only daughter of Philip, and Levi 

Johnson, Esq., both of and at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Palmer, Dec. 17, 1818 
PLACIDE Caroline, of New York, and Waring 

Leigh-, of England, at New York, June 23, 1814 

P£,ANK Joseph and Eunice Brown, lately from 

Vermont, at Thompson, Ct. Gazette of June 20, 1807 

PLATT Mrs. Elizabeth, aged 74 years, and Job 

Pingrey, in 84th year, at Rowley, Mass. 

Gazette of June 6, 1772 

PLUMMER A. F. and Mary Ann Profit (colored) 

in this town. Gazette of May 16, 1821 



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PLUMMER Ann S., of Portland, Me., and Capt. 
John R. Dockray, Jr., of Newport, at said 
Portland. Gazette of July 27, 1 825 

POINIJEXTER Carter B., Esq., and Eleanor 

Metcalf, at Norfolk, Va. Gazette of May 13, 1809 

POLK William W., Esq., U. S. Navy, and Amey 
Townsend, daughter of William, Esq., at 
Townsendville, Oyster Bay, L. I., by Rev. 
Mr. Earle, Nov. 29, 1817 

POLLARD Ezra and Nancy Winslow, both of 

Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Dana, Oct. 22, 1820" 

POLLEY Mary, of Walpole, and Amos M. 
Hooper, fprmerly of Limerick, Me., at said 
Walpole, June 30, 1823 

POLLOCK Hugh and Anthony, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, Esq , at Philadelphia. Ga- 
zette of ' April 25, 1795 

POMROY Swann L. and Frances L. Fales, 
daughter of the late Hon. Samuel, of 
Taunton, Mass.; at Newport, Dec. 21, 1824 

POND Jones and Lydia Albee, at Milford, Mass. 

Gazette of June 29, 1822 

POOL Sarah, daughter of Henry, Esq., of Mount 
Pleasant, and Augustus Earned, late of 
Providence, merchant, at Mount Pleasant, 
Frederick Co., Md. Gazette of Dec. 19, 1807 

, Sally, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Col. 
Samuel Greene, editor of the Connecticut 
Gazette, at New London. Gazette of Jan. 13, 1798 

Sophia, of Tisbury, and James Lyon, of New- 
port, at said Tisbury. Gazette of ' Oct. 26, 1822 
POORE Lydia, daughter of Moses, Esq., and 
David Lawrence Morrell, Governor of 
New Hampshire, both of Goffstown, at 
Pembroke, N. H. Gazette of Aug. 14, 1824 
Boyleston and Susan Dresser, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 22, 1825 

POPE Dr. John and Lydia Taylor, daughter of 

• Capt. Peter. Gazette of Feb. 4, 1797 

Susannah, daughter of the late Dr. John, of 

Boston, and Capt. Moses Adams, Jan. 17, 1802 

Ruth, daughter of the late Dr. John, and 

Timothy Crbsby, at Boston. Gazette of June 11, 1803 

Mrs. Ann, widow of the late William, and Dr. 

Edward Jones, at Boston. Gazette of June 28, 1806 

Phebe Brown and Henry Dorr, at Boston. 

Gazette of Dec. 13, 1806 

Dr. Benjamin and Susan Olney Fuller, of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 6, 1807 



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POPE Dr. Samuel and Freelove Waterman, 
daughter of the late Stephen, of Cranston, 
at Simsbury, Conn. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1807 

Luen and Mrs. Ann Merry, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 25, 1813 

Mary Taylor, eldest daughter of the late Dr. 
John, and George W. Taylor, merchant, 
both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 18, 1817 

Louisa, daughter of the late Dr. John, of this 
town, and Elisha Manton, of Augusta, Ga., 
in Jhis town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 1823 

William and Abigail Day, both of .and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. White, Jan. i, 1824 

PORTER Major General Peter B., of New York, 
and Laetitia P. Grayson, of Kentucky, 
daughter of Hon. John Breckenridge, for- 
merly Attorney General of the United 
States, at Princeton, N. J. Gazette of Oct. 31, 181 8 

Nancy and Edward Flint, both of Concord, 

Mass., in this town, Jan. 25, 1814 

Dr. Isaac, of Charlton, Mass., and Amey Pot- 
ter, daughter of Capt. William, of and at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Preston. Gazette of June 21, 1817 

Mrs. Jane, 69, and Samuel Rudolph, 70, at 

Halifax, N. S. Gazette of July 7, 1821 

Julia Ann and Rev. Joseph D. Wickham, of 

New York, at Worcester. Gazette of June 4, 1823 

POST Julia L., of New York, and James De- 
Wolfe, Jr., of Bristol, at said New York, 
by Rev, Dr. Romeyss. Gazette of May 20, 181 5 

Ralph and Mary Gardiner, of Newport, at , 

Chatham, Mass. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1822 

POTTER Ichabod and Sally Nichols, at New- 
port. Gazette of Nov. 7, 1772 

Rebecca, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Wil- 
liam Russell, Jr., of th.is town, at Cranston. 
Gazette of April 9, 1785 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, and Elder 
Joseph Winsor. Gazette of Feb. 11,1786 

Lucy, daughter of Joseph, and Joseph F"uller, 
Jr. Gazette of Sept. 13, 1794 

Arthur M. and Zilpha Williams, at Cranston. 

Gazette of May 2, 1795 

Mrs. Sarah and Col. Jonathan Remington, of 
the State of New York, in this town. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 9, 1797 

Joseph and Mary Lippitt, by the Rev. Mr. 

Clarke. Gazette of May 5, 1798 

Susannah, daughter of Holiman, Esq., and 
Edward Aborn, of this town, merchant, at 
Attleboro. Gazette of Sept. 29, 1798 



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POTTER Mrs. 



-, widow of John, Jr., and 



Matthew Robinson, at South Kingstown. 

Gazette of , 

Mrs. , widow of the late Reuben, and 

John Tarp. Gazette of 
Sally, daughter of Capt. William, and Capt. 

Samuel Jackson, in this town, by the Rev. 

Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 
Naomi L. and Capt. John Langley, at New- 
port. Gazette of 
Betsey, daughter of William, and Grovenor 

Taft. Gazette of 
George and Mercy Randall, daughter of Ben- 
jamin, formerly of this town, at Brattle- 

boro, Vt. Gazette of 
Fanny and George Martin, 
Sophia, daughter of the late Abijah, and 

David Byers, of Springfield. Gazette of 
Major Earle and Hannah Frothingham, both 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Russell and' Martha Brown, daughter of 

Ichabod, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Olney and Mary Richardson, at Glocester. 

Gazette of 
Cyres, of this town, and Mary M. Fenner, 

daughter of Col. Richard, of and at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Charles, 2d, and Cyrene Hull, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mrs. Mary and William Peckham, Esq., 
Sally, daughter of George, and Andrew 

Holden, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Hon. Elisha R., of South Kingstown, and 

Mary Mawney, daughter of Pardon, Esq., 

at East Greenwich. Gazette of 
Stephen, of Scituate, and Matilda Aldrich, at 

Foster, 
Christina and Henry Gardiner, at Newport, 

by Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of 
Joseph K., of this town, and Abby P. Dyer, 

daughter of Dr. Benjamin, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
William and Hannah B. Gladding, daughter of 

the late Nathaniel, Jr., by Rev. Mr. 

Williams, 
Sarah and Horace Fox, by Rev. Mr. Cornell. 

Gazette of 
Ray and Minerva Bennett, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague, 



Dec. 29, 1798 
May 18, 1799 

April II, 1801 

July 10, 1802 

Aug. 28, 1802 

Nov. 13, 1802 
March 20, 1803 

May 28, 1803 

April 13, 1806 

Nov. 2, 1807 

Dec. 31, 1808 

Jan. I, 1809 

Jan. 8, 1809 
April 30, 1809 

July 5, 1810 



July 14, 1810 
March 10, 181 
May II, 181 

Sept. 30, 181 

Nov. 10, 181 
Nov. 16, 181 
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285 



POTTER Philip and Abigail W. Field, daughter 

of the late John, both of this town, by 
i Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Christy, of South Kingstown, and Lucy 

Smith, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Israel and Freelove Smith, at Johnston, 
Charles, merchant, and Eliza Rodman, 

daughter of the late Capt. William, by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
Ann, daughter of the late Gov. Potter, and 

Dennison Hull, at South Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of 
Rebecca, of Scituate, and Benjamin Dawley, 

of 'South Kingstown, at said Scituate, by 

Rev. Mr. Westcott, 
Hannah and Stephen Hale, at Plainfield. 

Gazette of 
Allen, son of Dr. Potter, of Amherst, Mass., 

and Rebecca Anthony, daughter of Dr. 

Jonathan, of and at Foster, 
Mary and David Simmons, both of Johnston, 
Amey, daughter of Capt. William, of Crans- 
ton, and Dr. Isaac Porter, of Charlton, 

Mass., at said Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Preston. Gazette of 
William H. and Ann Peck, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Thomas R. and Martha West, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, all of and at this town, 
Mary, daughter of the late John, of South 

Kingstown, and Joseph Wanton Hazard, 

at Newport. Gazette of . 

Cyrus and Mary A. Fenner, daugnter of 

Zion, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of. and at 

this town, 
William, Jr., and Sarah Ann C. Dean, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Hannah and James Westcott, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at this town, 
Phinehas and Hetty Thurber, daughter of 

Samuel, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of 

and at this town, 
Rhoda and . James M. Thorp, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, all of and at this town, 
William, i6, and Mindwell Forbush, 13, aft,er 

10 evenings courtship, at Sempronms, 

N. Y. Gazette of 
Sarah and George W. Fox, both of this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Sept. 24, 1 812 

Nov. IS, 1812 
Dec. 2, 1812 



June 7, 1813 

May 21, 1814 

Oct. 30, 1 8 14 
Jan. 21, 1815 



March 19, 1815 
Sept. 8, 1816 



June 21, 1817 

Aug. 24, 1817 

^ Nov. 27, 1817 

March 21, 1818 

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POTTER Amanda, eldest daughter of Col. Job, 
and James Fisher, both of and at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Lydia, daughter of Restcome, and Capt. Bar- 
zillai S. Adams, of Fair Haven, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Stephen and Sophia A. Carr, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Philip and Sarah Ann Jenckes,, daughter of 
the late Jerathmeel, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict. Gazette of 

Sarah H., daughter of Jeremiah, of North 
Kingstown, and Stephen A. Robinson, of 
Newport, at said North Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of 

James and Isabella Burdict, both of and at 
this town-, by Rev. Mr. Merrett, 

Major Jeremiah and Amey W. Harris, 
daughter of Charles, both of and at Scit- 
uate. Gazette of 

Nancy and Frederick Underwood, of New- 
port, at New Bedford. Gazette of 

Rev. Alonzo, professor of mathematics and 
natural philosophy in Union College, and 
Sarah Maria Nott, daughter of Rev. Eli- 
phalet, at Schenectady, N. Y. Gazette of 

Elizabeth R., daughter of Capt. Robinson, 
and Theophilus C. Dunn, M. D., at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Amey W., daughter of Arthur M., Esq., and 
Israel Randall, at Cranston, 

Stephen S. and Rebecca H. Congdon, both 
of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Roger Williams and Sarah Louisa Langley, 
daughter of Joshua H., both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Abby, of this town, and Orester Whitney, of 
W'estborough, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Col. Edward and Welthian Matteson, daugh- 
ter of Christopher, of West Greenwich, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight. Gazette 
of 

Israel K. and Hannah Young, both of 
Cranston, 
POTTLE William B. and Meribah Thornton, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 
POWELL Dr. Richard, of Powhattan Co., Va., 
and Anna Maria Barnes, daughter of the 



Jan. 1 6, 1 82 1 

April 7, 1 82 1 
June 2, 1821 

Dec. 8, 1 82 1 

Feb. 27, 1822 
Oct. 3, 1822 

Oct. 26, 1822 
March 19, 1823 

April 26, 1823 

April 28, 1824 

July 5, 1824 

July' 1 8, 1824 

Feb. 6, 1825 

March 13, 1825 

May 21, 1825 
June 29, 1825 

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POWELL : 

late Cornelius, of and at Philadelphia, by 
Rev. Dr. Rogers, ' Dec. 9, 18 12 

POWER Sarah, daughter of Capt. Nicholas, and 
David Williams, of Charleston, S. C, by 
the Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Aug. 14, 1796 

Nicholas, Jr., merchant, and Anna Marsh, 

daughter of Daniel. Gazette of Aug. 18, 1798 

Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Nicholas, and 
William Blodgett, Jr., merchant. Gazette 
of May 3, 1800 

Rebecca, youngest daughter of Capt. Nicho- 
las, of this town, and Charles James Air, 
of South Carolina, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 23, 1801 

Rebecca M., eldest daughter of Major Nich- 
olas, and William R. Staples, Esq., coun- 
cellor at law, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 27, 1821 

POWERS Henry and Phebe Loring, of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Jan. 22, 1797 

PRATT Elizabeth, of Medfield, and Rev. Na- 
than Webb, of and at Uxbridge, Dec. i, 1763 

Olney and Marcy King, daughter of Capt. 
John. Gazette of May, 18, 1799 

Waterman and Mary Bardine, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Oct. 4, 1801 

Sally, of Cranston, and James Barber, of this 
town, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 23, 1802 

James, of this town, and Bettey Slocum, of 
Warwick, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Gazette of Aug. 27, 1803 

Waterman and Lydia Bardine, daughter of 
Comfort, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette 
of Feb. 18, 1804 

Cyres, of Providence, and Nancy Slocum, 
daughter of the late Capt. Abel, of War- 
wick; by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 10, 1805 

Esther and George L. Brown, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Sept. i22, 1808 

Phebe, daughter of Joseph, and'' Thomas H. 

Mumford, by Rev. Mr. Ward. Gazette of Jan. 6, 1810 

Charles, of this town, arid Mary Ann Sea- 
more, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Elton. Gazette of May 16, 18 18 

Job L. and Eliza Church, by Rev. Mr. Pres- 

tori, all of and at this town, April 30, 1820 

Cyrus, of Boston, and Mrs. Nancy Slocum, 
of Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Sharp. Gazette 
of Sept. 18, 1820 



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PRATT Sarah Ann, daughter of the late 
Thomas, of Newport, and Richard Hoppin, 
of this town, at said Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Dunn, 

Peter, Esq., attorney at law, and Ann Eliza 
Barnes, daughter of the late Hon. David 
L., both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Henry W. and Clarinda Leonard, at South- 
Bridgewater, by Rev. Mr. Hodges. Ga- 

, zette of 
PRAY Phebe, only daughter of John, of Gloces- 
ter, aged 15 years, and Silas Ballou, only 
son of Capt. Asa, of Foster, aged 18 years, 
at Glocester. Gazette of 

P2phraim, of Killingly, Ct., and Rhoda Shep- 
pey, of and at Foster, 
PRENTICE John and Sally S. Barrett, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Sally and Caleb Arnold, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, . 

Betsey, of this town, and Jeremiah S. Bar- 
rett, of Boston, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Mary and George Maguire, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
PRESTON Joseph D. and Waitey G. Crandall, 

at Exeter. Gazette of 
PRICE Silence and Benjamin Palmer, of Cum- 
berland. Gazette of 

Oliver and Sally Field, daughter of John, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Thomas and Charlotte Flint, both of Con- 
cord, Mass., 

Abby, daughter of the late John, of Newport, 
and Major William Thurber, of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary Ann, daughter of the late Capt. John, 
of Newport, and Daniel S. Lawrence, As- 
sistant Postrnaster in this town, at said 
Newport, 
PRINCE Charles A., of Boston, and Penelope 
M. Greene, youngest daughter of Dr. 
Thomas, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Adams, 

William and Betsey Fargo, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Prince, 

Phebe Ann, daughter of the late Capt. James, 
and Alben Valentine Dike, both of and at 
this town, at St. John's Church, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 



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Dec. 29, 1 82 1 

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March 8, 18 12 
June 21, 1812 
Dec. 21, 1815 

June 27, 1821 

Feb. 8, 1824 

April 3, 1824 

Oct. 2, 1773 

Nov. 9, 1809 

Jan. 25, 1814 

March 24, 18 16 

Sept. 16, 1823 

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1791 


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PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES £89 

PRIOR Horace and Orra Knight, daughter of 
William, by Rev. Mr. Knight, at Cranston, 
Martha D., daughter of the late William, and 
Abraham Thurston, Esq., both of and at 
' Newport. Gazette of 
PROCTOR Susannah and John Foster, Esq. 
Gazette of 
Hannah, of this town, and Dea. Samuel Bar- 
rett, of Boston, 
George B. and Margaret G. Sumner, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin, Esq., at Coventry, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis. Gazette of 
Edward and Ann Stephens, both of Boston, 

by RcT. Mr. Wilson, 
Russell, of this town, and Phebe S. Anthony, 
daughter of Benjamin/ at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Spragiie, Feb. 19, 1815 
Abigail, daughter of Nathaniel, of Olneyville, 
and Nathan Bucklin, at said Olneyville. 
Gazette of Feb. 20, 1822 
PROFIT Mary Ann arid A. F. Plummer 

(colored), in this town. Gazette of May 16, 1821 

PROUD Daniel and Abigail Field, daughter of 

• John. Gazette of Dec. 15, 1787 

Samuel and Hannah Jacobs, daughter of Na- 
thaniel. Gazette of Jan. 8, 1791 
Samuel, of this town, and Amey Hill, of 

South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 14, 1821 

PROUT Harris, 83, and Mrs. Rhoda Lattimer, 

67, at Glastenbury, Eastbury Society, Ct., Dec. 7, 1814 

Lucy and James Temple, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 23, I820 

PUGH Mrs. , aged 67 years, and Mr. 

Curtis, aged 26 years, at London. 

Gazette of _ Oct. 13, 1764 

Sophia and William T. Rogers, editor of 
"Democrat and Farmers Gazette," at 
Doylestown, Penn. Gazette of, Feb. 27, 1822 

PULLEN Randall and Dolly Ann Rhodes, both 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 11, 1812 

Ann, daughter of William, of Newport, and 

Brown Boweii, at Seekonk. Gazette of Aug. 19, 1815 

Hahriah J., daughter of William, and William 

W. Dudley, at Newport, Sept. i, 1820 

PUNDERSON Frank and Caroline Marian 
Tallman, daughter of Dr. John, Mayor of 
the town, at Hudson, N. Y. Gazette of May 8, 1820 

PURDY Benjamin and Mary Bush, of Sandgate, . 
at Manchester, Vt., both in 8ist year, first 
marriage 'in the town. Gazette of Sept. 28, 1822 



290 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PURINGTON Diana N. and Thomas Spears, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Jan. 30, 1825 

PUTNAM LeBaron, of this town, and Ann B. 

Bratnan, youngest daughter of Dr. Amasa, 

of and at Millbiiry, Mass. Gazette of July 4, 1821 

Hannah C, eldest daughter of Israel, Esq., 

of Sutton, Mass., and Jabez Hull, of this 

tojvn, at said Sutton, by Rev. Mr. Mills, Oct. 21, 1821 



Q 



QUACKENBOSS Nancy and Thomas Green- 
leaf, printer, at New York. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1791 
Magdalon, daughter of Isaac A., Esq., of 
Guilderland, attorney at law, and Seth Ar- 
nold, of Smithfield, at Albany, N. Y., March i, 1812 

QUARMAN John G. and Emma Ann Rich- 
mond, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 1824 

QUINBY Mrs. , aged 76, and Deacon 

Solomon Haskell, aged 83, at Falmouth. 

Gazette of Nov. 7, 1807 



RADCLIFP- Thomas, Jr., Esq., of South Caro- 
lina, and Miss Tracey, of Island of 

Jamaica, by the Rev. Mr. Clarke, in this 

T,..r^°x^"' July28, 1801 

RAND Joseph and Betsey Ashton, daughter of 

the late Stephen, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 30, 1820 

(This is correct, not Austin.) 
Joseph and Betsey Austin, by Rev. Dr. 

^^"O' Jan. 30, 1820 

RANDALL Polly, daughter of Capte John, and 

Oliver Carpenter. Gazette of Oct 3, 1772 

Peter, of North Providence, and Mrs. Ann 

Collins, of this town. Gazette of Feb. 3, 1781 

Dr. Stephen, of this town, and Lucina Win- 
sor, daughter of Col. Abraham, at Smith- 
field. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1786 



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291 



RANDALL Sally, daughter of Benjamin, of this 
town, and Dickson Hall, of Voluntown, Ct. 
Gazette of 

Huldah, daughter of the late Jeremiah, of 
Warwick, and Benjamm Fowler, of North 
Kingstown, merchant, at Warwick. Ga- 
zette of 

Hannah, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., late of 
Pomfret, and George Arnold, at Warwick. 
Gazette of 

Mercy, daughter of Benjamin, formerly of 
this town, and George Potter, at Brattle- 
boro, Vt. Gazette of 

Enos and Rhoda Atwood, daughter of the 
late John, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. West- 
cott. Gazette of 

Abby, daughter of John, and Jonathan Ar- 
nold, of Smithfield, at North Providence, 

Mowry and Abby Whipple, only daughter pf 
Ezekiel, Esq., at North Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 

Elizabeth, daughter of Henry, and Ratcliff 
Hicks, 

Bethiah E., only daughter of Jeremiah, Esq., 
and Capt. James Brattle, of this town, at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Frances, daughter of Dr. Stephen, and 
George E. Weeden, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Samuel, Preceptor of Warren Academy, and 
Martha Maxwell, daughter of James, Esq. 
Gazette of 

Mary, of Johnston, and Samuel Westcott, of 
Providence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Ephraim and Sarah Turpin, daughter of 
Benjamin, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson; 

Celia Ann, daughter of Nicholas, and Wil- 
liam Sprague, both of and at Cranston, by 
Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Dexter, E^q., and Eliza Thurber, third daugh- 
ter of the late Edward, Esq. Gazette of 

Jonathan, of North Providence, and Nancy 
Brayton Smith, of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Amey, second daughter of Dr. Stephen, of 
this town, and Dr. Shadrach Manton, of 
Johnston, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Martha, daughter of Henry, and Nathaniel 
Barstow, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 



Dec. 20, 1789 

Oct. 29, 1791 

April 10, 1802 

Nov. 13, 1802 

June 29, 1805 
Jan. 12, 1806 

Feb. 7, 1807 
Nov. 16, 1807 

April 10, 1808 
Oct. 16, 1808 

Aug. 26, 1809 

March i, 18 10 

March 26, 18 10 

April 12, 1812 
Dec. II, 1813 

Nov. 2, 1815 

Aug. 18, 1817 

May 4, 1818 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



RANDALL Eliza, daughter of Samuel, and 
James F. Simmons, of Cumberland, at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 26, 1820 

Eliza and Randall Mowry, at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 25, 1 821 

Isaac and Lydia E. Prophet (colored), at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem. Gazette of June i, 1822 

William H. and Esther Baker, both of and at 
Pawtucket, May 22, 1823 

Charles W. and Hannah R. Benson, daugh- 
ter of William P. R., both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Sept. 18, 1823 

Isaac and Rhoda Inman, daughter of Abra- 
ham, Esq., at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Sprague, Feb. 12, 1824 

Israel and Amey W. Potter, daughter of 
Arthur M., Esq , at Cranston, July 5, 1824 

Clarrissa and Christopher Arnold, both of 
this town, at New York, June 27, 1825 

RANDOLPH Richard K., of Virginia, and Ann 
Maria Lyman, daughter of Daniel, Esq., at 
Newport. Gazette of July 10, 1802 

Hannah, formerly of Nantucket, and Will- 
iam Tallman, of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, Oct. 12, 1817 

Hannah F., of Jersey City, and William P. 
Keerie, formerly of this town, at New 
York. Gazette of Feb. 28, 1820 

Maria, daughter of Richard K., and Thomas 

Breese, purser, U.- S. Navy, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, May 25, 1825 

RASH LEIGH Catharine Bennett, youngest 

daughter of Thomas, Esq., of Blackheath, 

' and Joseph Leacock, Esq., of the Island of 
Barbadoes, at St. George, the Martyr, Han- 
over Square, London, Feb. 12,' 1808 
RATHBONE Eunice, daughter of John, mer- 
chant, of New York, and Hezekiah God- 
dard, Esq., of New London, at New York, 
by Rev. Mr. Parkinson, Jan. 27, 1810 

George S., merchant, and Esther D. Jones, 
youngest daughter of Thomas, merchant, 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 181 1 

Capt. Stephen K. and Sarah Brown,, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, Esq., both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 15, 1822 

William H. and Sarah Ann Centre, daughter 
of the late James, at Newport. Gazette of Jan. 11, 1823 

. Sarah, of North Kingstown, and Martin 
Ballou, of Cumberland, at Brooklyn, Ct. 
Gazette of Jan. 3, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 293 

RATHBONE Joshua and Waite Kelton, daugh- 
ter of the late Stephen. Gazette of Sept. 27, 1 794 
John H., of Connecticut, and Ann Eliza At- 

wood, third daughter of Anthony, of and 

at Johnston. Gazette of Aug. 25, 1824 

Abraham Borden, of South Kingstown, and 

Deborah Cooke, daughter of Charles, of 

Coventry, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Foster. Gazette of Oct. 13, 1792 

Sarah, daughter of Abraham B., of North 

Kingstown, and Barton Ballou, of Cum- 
berland, at Brooklyn, Ct. Gazette of Jan. 21, 1824 
RAWSOIN Dr. Elliott, of Middletown, Ct, and 

Anne Cushing, only daughter of Benja- 
min, of Providence, merchant, Jiily 19, 1764 
Grindall and Anna Freeman, at Providence. 

Gazette of Aug. 24, 1771 

Joseph and Betsey Rhodes, of Newport. 

Gazette of Dec. 10, 1785 

Warren and Mary Adams, at Mendon, Mass. 

Gazette of July 9, 1803 

Levi and Nancy Fairbanks, both of and at 

Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Smith. Gazette of Sept. 12, 1807 
Samuel and Rosalie Gramond, of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 28, 181 1 

Stephen, Esq., of this town, and Joanna B. 

Aldrich, daughter of Major Lyman, of and 

at Northbridge, Mass., by Rev. Dr. Crane, Sept. 5, 1821 
Hon. Joseph, of Barrington, and Mrs. Susan 

W. Rawson, of Mendon, daughter of the 

late Col. Christopher Smith, of Pawtuxet, 

R. I., at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, Dec. 20, 1821 

Mrs. Susan W., of Mendon, daughter of the 

late Col. Christopher Smith, of Pawtuxet, 

R. I., and Hon. Joseph Rawson, of Barring- 
ton, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, Dec. 20, 1821 
William Rhodes, of this town, and Elizabeth 

Chatman Peckham. of and at Exeter, by 

Rev. Mr. Northup, Oct. 12, 1823 

Grindall, formerly of this town, and Lucretia 

Cornell, of and at Norwich, Ct. Gazette of April 28, 1 824 
RAY Benjamin and Sally Southwick, daughter 

of George, by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and 

at Cumberland, - Aug. 8, 18 19 

RE A Uriel and Harriet Fiske, daughter of Dr. 

Caleb, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott. 

Gazette of April i, 1809 

Mary and Edward S. Sheldon, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 25, 1813 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



REA Capt. William and Frances Burr, daughter 
of Ezekiel, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 
READ Collinson, Esq., of Reading, and Polly 
McTunn, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

Marcy and Capt. Elijah Bacon. Gazette of 

Almy, daughter of Capt. Oliver, and CapK 
,Alfred Arnold. Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of Capt. Obadiah, and Capt. 
John Lyon, of Leicester, at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Ellis. Gazette of 

Levi and Nancy Hunt, daughter of Joseph 
W., at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Eliza Taylor, eldest daughter of Josiah, Esq., 
of Thomastown, and Henry Jackson Knox, 
only son of General Knox, at St. George's 
River. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of Simeon, and Nathaniel 
Kent, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Nancy, of Rehoboth, and Oliver Angell, of 
North Providence, i 

Ezra, of New York, merchant, and Eliza 
Thurston, daughter of John, of and at 
Hudson, N. Y., 

Anna, only daughter of Benjamin, and Ben- 
jamin Arnold, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. 
Stone, 

Ann Gordon, daughter of the late Sampson, 
Esq., and John May, Jr., merchant, at 
Trinity Church, Boston, by Rev. Mr. Gar= 
diner, 

John, of Charleston, S. C, and Margaret 
Mason Tew, of Newport, at said Charles- 
ton. Gazette of 

Nathan S. and Hannah Merriman, daughter 
of Major Marcus, both of New Haven, by 
Rev. Mr. Merwin Gazette of 

Huldah, only daughter of Oliver, and David 
Cooper, bot;h of Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pitman, 

Orinda, of Seekonk, and Nathaniel Kent, of 
Rehoboth, 

William H. and Hannah Butts, both of and 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, 

Alice, daughter of Robert, 3d, and Robert 
Read, 4th, cousin of Robert, 5th, no rela- 
tion to Robert, 6th, son of Robert, 1st, no 
relation to Robert, 2d, all of Boothbay. 
Gazette of 



Eeb. 12, 1816 

Jan. 23, 1773 
Jan. 3, 1781 

July S, 1783 



April 21, 1792 
March 15, 1800 

May 28, 1803 

June 4, 1803 

March 20, 1808 

July 14, 1 808 

Nov. 10, 181 1 

April 7, 18 12 

Jan. 16, 1813 

April 30, 1 8 14 

June 10, 1817 
Sept. 22, 1817 
April 12, 1818 

June 29, 1820 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



295 



, READ Robert, 4th, cousin to Robert, Sth, no rela- 
tion to Robert, 6th, son of Robert, ist, but 
no relation to Robert, 2d, and Alice Read, 
daughter of Robert, 3d, all of Boothbay. 
Gazette of 

Elizabeth M., daughter of Eleazer, Jr., and 
Capt. James Boone, both of and at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Amos M., of Pawtucket, and Mary Drown, 
of New Market, N. H., at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Narcissa and Elisha Walker, both of and at 
Taunton. Gazette of 

George and Charlotte Calder, both of and at 
this town. Gazette of 

Paulina, only daughter of Simeon^ Jr., of 
Johnston, and Asa Kelley, of Burrillville, 
at Cranston. Gazette of 

William and Sarah Freeman, both of and at 
Cumberland. Gazette of , 

Oliver and Clarrissa Gardiner, both of and at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Henry and Phebe Waite, eldest daughter of 
Sheffield, both of and at Coventry, by Rev. 
Mr. Tillinghast, 

Milton and Fanny Fish, both- of Seekonk, at 
Pawtucket, 

Mrs. Esther, of Smithfield, and James Wick- 
son, Jr., of this town, 

Rev. Augustus B., of Troy, Mass., and Me- 
linda Burden, of and at Rehoboth. Ga- 
zette of 

Cyrel and Sarah S. Wheaton, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker. Gazette of 
RECORDS Gardiner and Sally Blanding, eldest 
daughter of the late Col. Christopher, at 
Rehoboth, by Rev. Otis Thompson. Ga- 
zette of 

REDHEAD Miss and Mr. A. Pinkerton, 

in Ireland. Gazette of 
REDWOOD Sally, daughter of William, late, of 
Newport, and Myers Fisher, Esq., attorney 
at law, at Philadelphia, 
REEVE Mrs. Annabella, of Litchfield, Ct., and 
David Burr, of Richmond, Va., at said 
Litchfield. Gazette of 
REEVES Jonas A. and Nancy Heard, both of 

East Sudbury, Mass., 
REILLY Catharine, daughter of Terrence, and 
Martin Page. Gazette of 



June 29, 1820 

Oct. 23, 1820 

June 13, 1 82 1 
June 23, 1821 
Nov. 10, 1 82 1 

Aug. 21, 1822 
Aug. 21, 1822 
Dec. II, 1822 

Feb. 16, 1823 
June 22, 1823 
July 13, 1823 

Nov. 20, 1824 
April 6, 1825 

March 13, 1813 
March 23, 1805 

March 19, 1774 

May 30, 1812 
April 14, 1814 
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296 



VITAL' RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



RELPH Mrs. Sarah and Caleb Arnold, in this 
town. Gazette of 

Dulinda, eldest daughter of Major Eleazer, 
and Dr. Daniel Baker, both of and at Scit- 
uate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 

Eliza, daughter of David, of Scituate, and 
Stephen G. Hopkins, of Warwick, at said 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 
REMINGTON Polly and Caleb Greene, both of 
Warwick. Gazette of 

James W. and Polly Sheldon, daughter of 
Capt. Christopher. Gazette of 

Benjamin and Lydia Manchester, daughter 
of Matthew, at Warwick. Gazette of 

Col. John, of Cheshire, Mass., and Mrs. 
Marcy Com stock, widow of Capt. Joseph. 
Gazette of 

Col. Jonathan, of the State of New York, 
and Mrs. Sarah Potter, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Sarah, daughter of John, and George Arm- 
strong, Jr., at Jamestown. Gazette of 

Lydia and William Barrett, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, 

Peter Parker and Ruhannah Coffin Tilley, 
eldest daughter of the late'James, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Gazette of 

Maria Francis, , daughter of the late Capt. 
Charles, and Thomas HoUis Condy, Jr., 
of this town, at Pawtuxet, by the Rev. 
Mr. Jacobs, 

Amey and Ira Lawson, at Cranston. Gazette 
of 
. Marcy Ann, daughter of the late Daniel, 
and Andrew Arnold, at Coventry, 

Clementina C, daughter of Tiddeman H., 
formerly of Jamestown, and John S. Cor- 
nell, formerly of Newport, at Beaufort, 
S. C. Gazette of 

Hon. Henry and Lucy A. Arnold, at Appo- 
naug, 

Ann Louisa and George Monroe, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Harriet A., daughter of the late Charles, of 
Pawtuxet, and Capt. William H. Aborn, 
of this town, at said Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, 

Ann Eliza, of Smithfield, and Isaac FoUett, 
of Cumberland, at said Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 



June 3, 1797 
April 4, 1824 

Dec. 26, 1824 
Dec. I, 1781 
Aug. 2, 1783 

Dec. 15, 1787 

Nov. 21, 179s 

Dec. 9, 1797 

March 9, 1805 

March 16, "1809 

Dec. I, 1810 

Aug. 23, 1815 
Aug. II, 1821 
Dec. 21, 1821 

Feb. I, 1823 

Jan. 5, 1824 

July 22, 1824 

Jan. 27, 1825 
July 16, 1825 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



297 



REMREILL Polly, daughter of the late Ebene- 

zer, and Benjamin Brown. Gazette of 
REMSON Catharine, daughter of John, and 
Samuel A. Lawrence, merchant, at New 
York. Gazette of 
REVEIN Sally and John Drever, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
REX Sukey, daughter of George, and Sanford 

Bell, at Newport. Gazette of 
REYNOLDS Dorcas and Caleb Wheaton, Ga- 
zette of 

Joseph and Abigail Updike, daughter of 
Lodowick, Esq., at North Kingstown. 
Gazette of 

Jonathan, Esq., and Mary Spink, daughter 
of Nicholas, at North Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of 

Benjamin, of North Kingstown, and Sarah 
Westcott, daughter of Caleb, Esq., at 
Warwick Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Grindall, Esq., of this 
town, and Joseph Newell, merchant, at 
Boston. Gazette of 

Maria, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., and 
Nathaniel P. Swan, at Bristol. Gazette of 

Dorcas and Capt. Alfred Updike, at Wick- 
ford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, '^ 

Waitstill and William Barstow, formerly of 
this town, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Nor- 
thup. Gazette of 

Hannah, daughter of Col. Joseph, and James 
P. Burgess, at Bristol. Gazette of 

Flora and Walla Morris, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Phebe, aged 36 years, and Jonathan G. 
Tompkins, aged 80 years (father of the 
Governor of New York), at Mamaroneck, 
N. Y. Gazette of 

Sarah and Henry J. Stevenson, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Patience, daughter of the late Col. Simon, 
of Coventry, and George Holden, Esq., of 
Warwick, at said Coventry, 

Lydia and Sylvester Luther, at Bristol. Ga- 
zette of 

Thomas and Mrs. Susanna Spooner, of New- 
port, at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah, of Coventry, and John Ladd, Esq., 
of East Greenwich, at said Coventry, by 
Obed Perkins, Esq., 



May 3, 1794 

Dec. 3, 1803 

May II, 1815 

Dec. 29, 1810 

March s, 1796 

March 28, 1801 

Feb. 12, 1803 

Dec. 28, 1805 

July 5, 1806 

Nov. 28, 1807 

March 21, 1808 

Dec. 9, 1809 
May 19, 1810 
Aug. IS, 1813 

April 30, 1 8 14 
Dec. 29, 1816 

Jan. I, 1819 
April 10, 1820 
April 19, 1820 

Oct. I, 1820 



298 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

REYNOLDS Samuel, 2d, and Sally Pearce, at 

the Catholic Congregational Church, Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Sept. 29, 1822 
William, Jr., and Fanny Manchester, at 

Bristol. Gazette of Nov. 2, 1822 

Mary and Riley Brown, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 13, 1822 

Lucy, daughter of Judge Reynolds, and 

Caleb B. James, at Richmond, R. L Ga- 
zette of May 14, 1823 
Abby P. and Stephen P. Hines, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1823 

MaVy and William Douglass, at Valley p-alls, 

by Rev. Mr. Greene, Jan. 23, 1825 

RHINO Elizabeth and Nathan Webb, Jr., at 

Albany, N. Y. Gazette of Jan. 7, 181 5 

RHODES Dr. Joseph Wanton and Sally Aborn, 

daughter of Col. Samuel, at Pawtuxet. 

Gazette of ' , Dec. 3, 1774 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Simon, and Robert 

Rogers, at Stonington. Gazette of April 15, 1780 

Betsey, of Newport, and Joseph Rawson. 

Gazette of Dec. 10, 1785 

Sally, daughter of Robert, Esq., and Capt. 

John A. Aborn, at Pawtuxet, July 7, 1789 

James, of Pawtuxet, and Elizabeth Arnold, 

daughter of John R., Esq., of Cranston. 

Gazette of July 10, 1790 

Capt. James and Sally Arnold, daughter of 

George. Gazette of Aug. 27, 1791 

Betsey, only daughter of Capt. William, and 

William N. Rhodes, merchant. Gazette of Oct. 5, 1793 

William N., merchant, and Betsey Rhodes, 

only daughter of Capt. William. Gazette 

of Oct. S, 1793 

William -N., merchant, and Mrs. Mary 

Throop CusRing, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. 

Gazette of April 2, 1796 

Capt. Richard and Tabitha Harris, daughter 

of John, Esq., at Scituate. Gazette of Dec. i, 1798 

Fenner and Mary McCann, daughter of Mr. 

^ P: ■ Gazette of Sept. 27, 1800 

Christopher, of Pawtuxet, and Betsey Allen, 

of North Kingstown. Gazette of Dec. 11, 1802 

Waitey, daughter of Malachi, and Wickes 

Gardiner, at Pawtuxet. Gazette of Dec. 25, 1802 

Capt. Daniel and Sally Fenner, daughter of 

Col. Richard, at Cranston. Gazette of Jan. i, 1803 

Capt. Sylvester and Harriet Knight, young- 
est daughter of Nehemiah, Esq., at Crans- 
ton. Gazette of Jan. i, 1803 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 299 

RHODES William, of Warwick, merchant, and 

Sally Arnold, daughter of Col. Rice, of 

Cranston. Gazette of May 3, 1803 

Charles, of Warwick, and Nancy BrowH, eld- 
est daughter of Capt. Abiel, of this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 5, 1804 

Christopher and Mary Hammond, both of 

Newport, at Stonington. Gazette of Nov. 24, 1804 

Mary, daughter of General William, and 

Samuel Dixon, of Plainfield, at Westerly. 

Gazette of Nov. 24, 1804 

Capt. Ebenezer, Jr., editor of the Chronicle, 

and Miss Sarah Hurd, at Boston. Gazette 

of July 26, 1806 

Peleg, Esq., of Warwick, and Sarah B. Allen, 

daughter of General William, of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Feb. 8, 1808 

Mary, eldest daughter of Capt. John, and 

Amos Horton, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Ellis, March 12, 1809 

Eliza, daughter of Malachi, merchant, and 

Stephen Arnold, of this town, at Pawtuxet, 

by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Aug. 5, 181 1 

Dolly Ann and Randall Pullen, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 11, 1812 

Sally F., only daughter of Hon. James, and 

Tully Dorrance, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Jacobs. Gazette of Jan. iS,;i8i4 

Peleg, of Warwick, and Mary S. Chatman, of 

Cranston, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Aug. 9, 1815 
Mary Ann, daughter of Paul, Esq., and John 

Lane, both of Westerly, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 23, 1816 
Catharine A., of Boston, and Charles Ware, 

of the Navy Yard, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 11, 18 17 

Catharine B., of Cranston, daughter of the 

late Capt. John, and George Medbury, of 

Seekonk, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Dec. 4, 1817 

James E. and Mary A. Fox, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at this town, Jan. i, 1818 

Mary J., only daughter of William N., Esq., 

of North Providence, and Dr. Charles 

Wild, of Brookline, Mass., at said North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Gazette 

of Jan. 3, 1820 

Sion A. and Eliza R. Aborn, only daughter 

of Joseph, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Curtis, all of 

and at Pawtuxet, April 4, 1820 



300 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

RHODES Edward S., of North Providence, and 

Sally Ann Winsor, daughter of Augustus, 

of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. 

Gazette of . May 15, 1820 

Emily, eldest daughter of Capt. Arnold, of 

Pawtuxet, and Capt. Ephraim Chace, of 

Troy, Mass., at said Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Curtis, Aug. 21, 1820 

Marcy B., daughter of Capt. Beniamin, and 

William B. Chapman, at Pawtuxet, Nov. 12, 1820 

Amos J. and Harriet M. Aborn, eldest 

daughter of James, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, _ June 17, 1823 

Jarnes T., of Pawtuxet, and Susan Chandler, 

daughter of Nathan, of and at Pomfret, Ct., Dec. 28, 1823 
Joseph, of Cranston, and Ruth Chandler, of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1824 

Eliza, of Scituate, and Thomas Henry, Jr., of 

this town, at said Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Westcott, June 22, 1824 

Ceiia A., daughter of Richard, and Alpheus 

Hawkins, of Johnston, at said Scituate, by 

Rev. Mr. Knight, June 20, 1825 

RICE John, bachelor, aged about 70 years, and 

. aged 19 years, in Charlotte 

Co., N. C, Oct. 26, 1792 

Sarah and Rufus Greene, both of and at 

Warwick. Gazette of Aug. 25, 1804 

Content and Joseph Wheat, at Beaverhill, 

N. H., by Rev. Mr. Cornwall. Gazette' of June 12, 1813 
Sarah W., only daughter of the late William, 

and Joseph F. Arnold, both of Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, March 24, i8t6 

Anne, daughter of Hon. Thomas, and Major 

Jabez Burlingame, all of and at Warwick, 

by Elder Littlefield, Sept. 8, i8i6 

Susan and John W. Babcock, both of and at 

this town, by Rev Mr. Baker, July S, 1818 

Whipple and Julia Maria Winchief, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Oct. 29, 1822 
RICH Paul and Susan Rich, daughter of Capt. 

David, both of and at Charlton, Mass. 

Gazette of May 11, 1822 

Susan, daughter of Capt. David, and Paul 

Rich, both of and at Charlton, Mass. Ga- 
zette of May II, 1822 
Gilbert and Lydia W. Jennings, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 22, 1824 

RICHARDS George, purser American Navy, 

and Jane Day, at Boston. Gazette of Feb. 3, 1780 



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301 



RICHARDS George, formerly of this town, and 
Mrs. Sarah Wallace, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of. 

Henry W., merchant, and Mehitable Logan 
Minot, youngest daughter of Christopher, 
at Boston. Gazette of 

Jesse and Madeline Manchester, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, all of and at this town, 

Elihu and Hannah Champlain, formerly of 
Warren, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, in this town, 

James, of Warren, and Abby Luther, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, of Swanzey. Gazette of 

Rebecca, daughter of the late John, Esq., • 
and William Holt, both of and at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Calvin, 2d, of Attleboro, and Mary Sheper- 
son, of and at Cumberland. Gazette of 

Willard, of Attleboro, and Harriet Harding, 
of and at Mansfield, by Rev. Mr. Briggs, 
RICHARDSON Valley, daughter of Capt. 
Thomas, and William Gibbons, Esq., of 
Georgia, at Newport. Gazette of 

Jacob, Jr., and Sally McClish, at Newport, 
by Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of 

Moses, merchant, and Eliza Andrews, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

William and Mary M. Gould. The groom's 
mother in her looth year was present at 
the wedding in good health, at Stoneham, 
Mass. Gazette of 

Lieut. Henry, of the Royal Marines, and 
Eliza Fillis, at Halifax. Gazette of 

Mary and Olney Potter, at Glocester. Ga- 
zette of 

Abigail Hammond, daughter of Jacob, Esq., 
and Col. Joseph Boss, at Newport, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of 

Dr. William; of Smithfield, and Mary Almy, 
daughter of the late Job, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Gibson, 

Olive, of Mansfield, and William Cole, of 
Seekonk, at said Mansfield, by Rev. Mr. 
Briggs, 

Mrs. Elizabeth and William P. Almy, at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Nancy and Isaac S. Shaw, both of Mansfield, 
Mass., at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 

Sarah, of Medway, Mass., and Rev. Alvin 
Bond, of Sturbridge, at said Medway. 
Gazette of 



April 29, 1786 

Oct. 25, 1806 

March 4, 18 18 

Nov. 7, 1822 

Jan. 14, 1824 

March 27, 1824 

Sept. 18, 1824 

July 7, 182 s 

Nov. 20, 1773 
June 8, 1805 
May 4, 1807 

May 16, 1807 
Dec. 26, 1807 
Dec. 3r, 1808 

June 17, 1809 

May 4, i8iS 

May 28, 1817 
Oct. 23, 1820 
Nov. 2, 1820 

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RICHARDSON Abby, of Newport, and David 

Sullings, of New Bedford, at said Newport. 

Gazette of 
Sally, of Candia, N. H., and Isaac Bunlser, 

at New London, N. H. Gazette of 
Amey and Halsey Sweetland, both of North 

-Pravidence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, 
RICHMOND Nancy, daughter of Dea. Bar- 

zillai, and Silas Talbot. Gazette of 
Nathaniel and Susannah Greene, daughter .of 

Deacon James. Gazette of 
Nathaniel and Betsey Hazard, daughter of 

George, at Newport. Gazette of 
Betsey, of Tiverton, and WiUiam Gay, of 

Suffield, Ct. Gazette of 
Joshua and Mary Bailey, at Little Compton. 

Gazette of 
Hannah and Cyres Ellis, of this town, at 

Little Compton. Gazette of 
Betsey, eldest daughter of William, Esq., 

and Isaac Washburn, of Taunton. Ga- 
zette of 
Betsey, of Dighton, and Major Samuel Jack- 
son, of this town, at Dighton. Gazette of 
Mary and Nathaniel Pease, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Samuel N., merchant, and Amey Martin, 

daughter of Sylvanus, Esq., by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Sally Knight, daughter of William, Esq., and 

Daniel Stillwell, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mrs. Susan, of this town, and Benjamin 

Adams, of Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Perez Otis and Elizabeth Bours, daughter of 

John, Esq., of Newport, in this town, 
Galen and Eliza Wheeler, daughter of the 

late Bennett, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Wight, 
Harriet, daughter of Baylies, Esq., of Digh- 
ton, and Job W. Gardiner, of this town, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Arouet, of this town, and Clorinda Ware, of 

and at Dighton, 
Louisa G., daughter of William, Esq., and 

Rev. John L. Blake, both of this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Williams, 
Horace, formerly of this town, and Eliza 

Waldron, of and at Canandaigua, N. Y., 
Bebe M., of this town, and Preserved Smith, 

of Warwick, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Blake, 



Jan. 8, 1823 
March 5, 1823 

March 18, 1824 

March 7, 1772 

Nov. 12, 1791 

Nov. I, 1794 

Oct. I, 1796 

Sept. 23, 1797 

Oct. 14, 1797 

May 12, 1798 

Aug. 16, 1800 

Dec. 2, 1804 

Jan. 12, 1806 

~Dec. 24, 1807 

Jan. 19, 1809 

May I, 1809 

Aug. 28, 1809 

Jan. 22, 1810 
Feb. 10, 181 1 

June 24, 1814 

Oct. 4, 1814 

May 18, 1815- 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 303 

RICHMOND Franklin and Elizabeth Coy, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 2, 181 7 

Barton, of Nashville, Tenn., and Deborah 

Briggs, daughter of Job, Esq., at Little 

Compton, by Rev. Mr. Sheperd. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 22, 1 8 17 
Clarrissa and James Donaldson, of and at 

Nashville, Tenn ; she was late of Little 

Compton, R. L, Aug. 18, 1818 

Francis, of Taunton, and Martha B. Phillips, 

of and at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 27, 1821 

Danford, of Ashford, and Clarrissa Danforth, 

the female minister, at Springfield. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 19, 1822 
Gilbert and Elizabeth Liscomb, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, April 7, 1822 

Lusanna, daughter of William, 2d, and 

Charles F. Tillinghast, Esq., attorney at 

law, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 15, 1822 

Rev. William, of Bloomingdale, N. Y., form- 
erly of this town, and Christina Bickham 

Neill, only daughter of Lewis, Esq., of and 

at Philadelphia, by Rt. Rev. Bishop White, July 28, 1823 
Isaac B., of Savannah, Ga., and Abigail 

Brown, of and at Little Compton. Gazette 

of Oct. 4, 1823 

Lavinia and James Durich, both of and at 

Wellington. Gazette of Jan. 17, 1824 

Emma Ann and John G. Quarman, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 1824 

Anna Talbot, daughter of William, and Asa 

Fairbanks, of Franklin, Mass., in this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 3, 1825 

RIDER Luther, merchant, and Mary Peck, 

youngest daughter of Major Samuel, of 

and at Coventry, Aug. 2, 18 18 

Phebe, of Middletown, daughter of the late 

William, and William Belcher, of South 

Kingstown, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 16, 1820 

Jerusha and William Lapham, both of and at 

Pawtucket. Gazette of Aug. 11, 182 1 

RIDEWELL John and Ann Aldrich, at Cum- 
berland, July 5. 1812 
RIDLEY Susan Ann Livingstone, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Mathew, Esq., and Theodore 

Sedgewick, Jr., Esq., at New York, by Rt. 

Rev. Bishop MooreT Gazette of Dec. 3, 1808 

RILEY William and Mary Hill, second daughter 

of Christopher, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 28, 1809 



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RILEY James and Sally Cornell, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker. Gazette of 

RIPLEY Miss and Thomas Dyer, at 

Windham, Ct., 

RITTER Jacob, Jr., and Susan Bradford, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, the editor of the True 
American, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. 
Greene. Gazette of 

RIVERA Abraham Rod and Hannah Lopez, 
daughter of the late Aaron, at Newport, 

RIVERS Thomas, Esq., attorney at law, of 
Charleston, S. C , and Mary Wheaton, 
daughter of Seth, Esq., in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

ROACH Sally, eldest daughter of William, Jr., 
and James Arnold, of Providence, mer- 
chant, at Friends' Meeting House, New 
Bedford. Gazette of . 

ROBBINS Edward Hutchinson, Esq., of Milton, 
and Betsey Murray, of Boston, by the Rev. 
Mr. Oliver. Gazette of 

ROBBINS Ashar, Esq., of this town, and Mary 
Ellery, daughter of the late Christopher, at 
Newport. Gazette of 
Silas W., Esq., of Winchester, Ky., and Car- 
oline Tracey, youngest daughter of the late 
Hon. Urich, at Litchfield, Ct. Gazette of 
Sarah L., daughter of Hon. Edward H., and 
Samuel Howe, Esq., attorney at law, of 
Worthington, at Milton, Mass. Gazette of 
Capt. Benjamin W., of this town, and Re- 
becca Wheeler, of Barre, Mass., in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
John N., of New York, and Clarrissa A. 
Gano, daughter of Rev. Dr. Gano, of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Martha and John Cummings, at Wrentham, 

by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 
Charles and Prescilla Bucklin Jenckes, both 
of this town, at St. John's church, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 
Anna Maria, daughter of Asher, Esq., and 
Joseph W. Eddy, at Newport. Gazette of 
Sophia L., daughter of Asher, Esq., of New- 
port, and William Little, Jr., Esq., of Bos- 
ton, at said Newport, " ■ 
Juliet A., daughter of Asher, of Newport, 
and Frederick H. Goodwin, of Plymouth, 
at said' Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, 



Aug. 14, 1819 
May 12, 1771 

March 21, 1807 
Nov. 22, 1786 

Nov. 23, 1813 

Oct. 31, 1807 

Nov. 19, 1785 

Dec. 24, 1 79 1 

Nov. 16, 181 1 

Oct. 23, 1813 

Jan. 16, 1815 

March 16, 181 8 
Dec. 8, 1820 

May 10, 1821 
May II, 1822 

June 13, 1824 

Oct. II, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 305 

ROBBINS Isaac, of this town, and Ruth Wel- 
Ungton, of and at \yatertown. Me., by 
Rev. Mr. Francis, " June 20, 1825 

ROBESON Andrew, of Philadelphia, and Anna 
Rodman, daughter of Samuel, of New 
Bedford, at the Friends' Meeting House, 
New Bedford. Gazette of June 2, 1810 

ROBERTS George, merchant, and Miss 

Fox, daughter of Joseph, Friends' Cere- 
mony, at Philadelphia, Feb. 20, 1772 

Hannah, daughter of Hugh, and Tench 
Francis, Jr., at Philadelphia, by the Rt. 
Rev. Bishop White. Gazette of Sept. 1, 1798 

Dutee, of this town, and Sally Arnold, daugh- 
ter of Elijah, at Smithfield. Gazette of Dec. 15, 1798 

Mary, daughter of the late George, and John 
J. Smith, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Bishop 
White. Gazette of Dec. 7, 1805 

Hon. Jonathan, U. S. Senator from Pennsyl- 
vania, and Elizabeth Bushby, daughter of 
the late Mr. Bushby, of and at Washing- 
ton, April 21, 1814 

Dutee, of this town, and Mrs. Abigail Hum- 
phreys, of and at Pawtuxet, June 29, 1817 

Mrs. , aged 85, and Frank Frances, a 

timber merchant, aged 29 ; the bride is a 

lady of large fortune, at Llangollen, Eng., Dec. 28, 1820 

Susan and Olney Williams, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 28, 1822 

Lucy, daughter of Capt. Dutee, of this town, 
and Benjamin Gridley, of Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, April 20, 1824 

ROBERTSON Capt. Robert and Ann DeBlois, 
daughter of the late Stephen, at Newport. 
Gazette of Aug. 2, 1806 

Hon. Thomas Balling, Governor of Louis- 
iana," and Miss Skip with, eldest 

daughter of Fulwar, Esq., at Baton Rouge, April 15, 1821 
ROBINSON Matthew, Esq., and Anne Jackson, 

at South Kingstown. Gazette of June 20, 1778 

Mary, daughter of James, and John Bowers, 

of Somerset, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. i, 1791 

Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas, and John 
Morton, of Philadelphia, merchant, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of July 6, 1793 

Almy, daughter of Thomas, and Robert L. 
Bowne, of New York, merchant, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 7, 1793 



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ROBINSON Capt. Robert, of Newport, and 
Sally Congdon, daughter of Samuel, at 
South Kingstown. Gazette of 

Abigail, eldest daughter of James, merchant, 
and John Robinson, of Charleston, S. C, 
at Newport. Gazette of 

John, of Charleston, S. C, and Abigail 
Robinson, eldest daughter of James, mer- 
chant, at Newport. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of Christopher, and Mum- 
ford Hazard, of Newport, at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 

Capt. Samuel, of Attleboro, and Mrs. Susan- 
nah Foster, of this town, by the Rev. Mr. 
Snow. Gazette of 

Matthew and Mrs. Potter, widow of 

John, Jr., at South Kingstown. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of William T., of New York, 
and William Hunter, Esq., of Newport, at 
Greenwich, N..Y., by Rev. Bishop Moore. 
Gazette of 

Abigail and James Thurber, Esq., by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Ann, widow of William R., and Dr.' 
John Preston Mann, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Dehon. Gazette of 

Ezekiel, of Attleboro, and Cynthia Slack, 
youngest daughter of the late Capt. Slack, 
at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Gazette 
of 

George B. and Phebe Earle, daughter of 
Capt. John, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Newport. Gazette of 

Patience and Fones G. Hill, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Jane A. B. and Stephen C. Greene, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Benjamin and Hope Pitts, in this town, 

Eunice and Timothy Tingley, both of Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Mary and Squire Lovett, both of Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Preserved, formerly of Attleboro, and Betsey 
Gillis, daughter of Jotham, Esq., of 
Goffstown, N. H., at Bedford, N. H. Ga- 
zette of 
■Richard and Ann Holmes, daughter of the 
late Joseph, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilder, 



March 28, 1795 

Nov. 14, 1795 

Nov. 14, 1795 

Feb. 27, 1796 

April IS, 1797 
Dec. 29, 1798 

July 28, 1804 
Jan. 26, 1806 

June 14, 1806 

June 20, 1807 

Oct. 10, 1807 

Dec. 10, 1807 

Aug. 20, 1 8 to 
Jan. 29, 181 1 

March 17, 181 1 

Jan. 22, 1812 

Jan. 15, 1814 
Dec. 8, 1814 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



307 



ROBINSON Anna, of Killingly, and Zadock 
Wilson, of Plainfield, at Killingly, by Rev. 
Mr. Whitmore. Gazette of 

William E., of Plainfield, and Lucy Hutch- 
ens, daughter of the late Capt. Silas, at 
Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Whitmore, 

Mrs. Lydia, of Adams, Mass., eldest daugh- 
ter of Thomas Jenckes, of New Lebanon, 
N: Y., and Henry Jenckes, Esq., of Smith- 
field, R. L, at said New Lebanon, 

Benjamin and Maria Pitts, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary G. and John Mackay, Jr., both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

W Tinker, aged 76, and Bridget Kell, 

80, after 46 years courtship, in England. 
Gazette of 

Benjamin and Mary Cairns, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, at Seekonk, 

Susan B. and Samuel P. Loud, Esq., at Dor- 
chester, by Rev. Dr. Harris, 

Kilborn G., of Boston, and Harriet D. 
Mason, of and at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Stephen A., of Newport, and Sarah H. 
Potter, daughter of Jeremiah, of and at 
North Kingstown. Gazette of 

Joseph and Amey Ann Ross, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Dan, of Pawtucket, and Mrs. Sally Bartlett, 
of and at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Hannah S., daughter of Col. Obed, and Vir- 
gil Blackington, at Attleb6ro, by Rev. 
Mr. Kilham, 

Abiel and Bathsheba W. Leonard, both of 
and at Raynham. Gazette of 

Ann K. and Elisha C. Luther, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Caroline F. and Ethan Bowen, both of and 
at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
ROCKINGHAM Marquis of, and Mary Bright, 
daughter of Thomas, Esq., of Badsworth, 
York, 
ROCKWELL Mrs. Sarah O., daughter of the 
late Capt. James Finch, of Newport, and 
King Pearce, of Montreal, at said Newport. 
Gazette of 
ROCKWOOD Ebenezer, Esq., and Elizabeth B. 
Hazard, daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., of 
and at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
RODERICK Christopher and Abby Newell, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Feb. 4, 181 s 
Feb. 6, 1815 

Feb. 27, 1815 
Dec. 14, 1815 
Dec. 10, 1816 

Sept. 27, 1817 

^ Nov. 8, 1818 

Jan. 9, 1 82 1 

Sept. 8, 1 82 1 

Feb. 27, 1822 

April II, 1822 

May 8, 1822 

Oct. 8, 1823 

Jan. 17, 1824 

March 29, 1824 

Dec. 29, 1824 

Feb. 20, 1752 

March 31, 1821 

Sept. 19, 1807 
Sept. 27, 1807 



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RODMAN Catharine, daughter of Samuel, Esq., 
and Dr. William Chace, at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of April 2, 1774 

Betsey, daughter of the late Capt. Williarti, 
and John Rogers, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 11, 1779 

Polly, daughter of the late Capt. William, of 
Newport, and Stephen Hopkins, Jr., mer- 
chant. Gazette of Feb. 5, 1785 

Charity, daughter of the late Capt. Thomas, 
and ' Thomas Rotch, of Nantucket, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of May 15, 1790 

Capt. William and Ahn Olney, daughter of 
the late Nathaniel, May 29, 1791 

Penelope, daughter of Robert, and Nathan- 
iel Tripp, at South Kingstown. Gazette of Dec. 24, 1791 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. Thomas, and Sam- 
uel R. Fisher, of Philadelphia. Gazette of June 13, 1793 

John, Esg., and Harriet Fenno, daughter of 

the late John, at New York. Gazette of Jan. 10, 1801 

Polly, eldest daughter of Samuel, merchant, 
of New Bedford, and William Logan Fish- 
er, of Philadelphia, merchant, at Friends' 
Meeting House, New Bedford. Gazette of Dec. 4, 1802 

David and Joanna Mitchell, daughter of 
Richard, of Middletown, at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, Newport. Gazette of Sept. 20, 1806 

John and Rebecca Peckham, daughter of 

Thomas, Esq., at Newport. Gazette of July 15, 1809 

Anna, daughter of Samuel, of New Bedford, 
and Andrew Robeson, of Philadelphia, at 
the Friends' Meeting House, New Bed- 
ford. Gazette of June 2, 1810 

Capt. William and Lydia Bishop, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 10, 1810 

William W., formerly of New York, and Polly 
Ann Blount, eldest daughter of John Gray 
Blount, at Washington, N. C. June 6, 181 1 

Eliza, daughter of the late Capt. William, 
and Charles Potter, merchant, by Rev. 
Mr. Crocker, June 7, 181 3 

William R., of New Bedford, and Rebecca 
Wain Morgan, of Philadelphia, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Mulberry Street, Phila- 
delphia, Dec. 2, 1 813 

Maria, daughter of the late Capt. Walter, 
and George Cornell, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb. Gazette of Nov. 25, 1815 

Ann, daughter of the late Capt. William, and 
Charles H. Russell, merchant, in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 13, 181 8 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 309 

RODMAN Benjamin G. and Ann Tabor, daugh- 
ter of the late Joseph, of Middletown, at 
Newport. Gazette of 
ROFFEE Christopher and Mary Ann Dickens, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Caleb, of this town, and Alice C. Smith, of 
Newport, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
ROGERS Mrs. Mary, of Cranston, and Nathan 
Angell, merchant. Gazette of 

Rev. William, A. M., and Hannah Gardiner, 
at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

Capt. , of Norwich, and Betsey Snow, 

daughter of Rev. Joseph. Gazette of 

Patty, daughter of Capt. John, and Capt. 
Joseph Manchester. Gazette of 

John and Betsey Rodman, daughter of the 
late Capt. William, at Newport. Gazette of 

Robert and Polly Rhodes, daughter of Capt. 
Simon, at Stonington. Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of the late William, of New- 
port, and Thomas Noyes, at Westerly. 
Gazette of 

Joseph, merchant, and Patty Hazard, daugh- 
ter of George, at Newport. Gazette of 

Sally and John Young, merchant, both of 
this town. Gazette of 

Rev. Dr. William and Susan Marsh, daugh- 
ter of Col. Joseph, of Southwork, at Phila- 
delphia, 

Joseph, merchant, and Ruth Sears, daughter 
of George, Esq., at Newport. Gazette of 

Mrs. Fanny and Capt. Daniel Deshon, at 
New London. Gazette of 

Emma, daughter of Col. Z Rogers, and 

Samuel Tyler, merchant, at Norwich, Ct. 
Gazette of 

Ann R., only daughter of Robert, Esq., and 
William Moore Allston, at Newport, by ' 

Rev. Mr. Patten. Gazette of Sept. 28, 1805 

Harriet, daughter of John, merchant, and 
Samuel Nightingale, Jr., merchant, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Dec. 15, 1807 

Samuel, aged 78, and Elfrida Jones, aged 15 ; 
the bride became grandmother to a Miss 
two days younger than herself; at Richf ord, 
Vt. Gazette of Feb. 13, 1808 

Harriet, daughter of Fitch, and John S. Win- 
throp, at Stamford, Ct. Gazette of Aug. 20, 1808 



June I, 


182s 


July 12, 


1818 


July 19, 


1819 


March 20, 


1773 


July 24, 


1773 


July 16, 


1774 


Dec. 10, 


1774 


Dec. II, 


1779 


April IS, 


1780 


Feb. 10, 


1781 


April 21, 


1781 


Sept. 7, 


1782 


Jan. IS, 


179:? 


Dec. 16, 


1797 


Aug. 31, 


17^9 


April 16, 


1803 



310 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ROGERS Julia Ann, daughter of Moses, Esq., 

and P'rancis B. Winthrop, at Stamford, Ct. 

Gazette of Aug. 20, 1808 

Patience, of Middletown, and David Brown, 

of Warren, at Middletown, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy. Gazette of April 15, 1809 

Martha and William Savory, both , of Brad- 
ford, Mass., in this town, May 19, 181 1 
Frances, eldest daughter of the late John, 

merchant, and Samuel G. Arnold, Esq., of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Sept. 28, 1813 

Mary and John Annis, at Olneyville, Dec. 8, 181 3 

Robert, Jr., of Newport, merchant, and 

Maria DeWolfe, second daughter of Will- 
iam, Esq., of and' at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Wight, Dec. 27, 1814 

George W., Esq., Master Commandant U. S. 

Navy, and Ann M. Perry, daughter of 

Christopher R., Esq., of Rhode Island, at 

New York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen. Gazette 

of July IS, 1815 

Capt. Peleg and Lydia Brown, daughter of 

Capt. John, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Sept. 30, 1816 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of 

Middletown, and Richard Sherman, of 

Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy. Gazette of Oct. 2, 1820 

Lydia, of Lyme, Ct., and John Henry, of this 

town, at said Lyme, Aug. 16, 1819 

Joseph, merchant, and Eliza Brown Gano, 

youngest daughter of Rev. Stephen, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, both of and at this town, Nov. 7, 182 1 

Eliza, daughter of the late John, and Samuel 

Nightingale, Esq., both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 20, 1822 

Solomon, of Smithfield, and Mary Fletcher, 

of and at Pawtucket. Gazette of June 29, 1822 

^ William T., editor of "Democrat and Farm- 
ers Gazette," and Sophia Pugh, at Doyle- 

ston, Penn. Gazette of Feb. 27, 1822 

Nehemiah and Lydia H. Tillinghast, daugh- 
ter of the late Joseph, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Merrett, Oct. 10, 1822 

Polly Y. and William Basin, both of and at 

Pawtucket. Gazette of Dec. 10, 1823 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Rev. Dr. Rogers, of 

Philadelphia, and William Henry De 
Wolfe, Esq., of Bristol, at said former 
place, by Rev. Dr. Rogers, Dec. 18, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 3II 

ROGERSON Betsey, daughter of the Rev. 
Robert, and Capt. Charles De Wolf, at 
Rehoboth. Gazette of July 4, 1789 

Thomas, of Alexandria, merchant, and An- 
stress Olney, daughter of Richard, of this 
town, Aug. 12, 1792 

Robert and Minerva Ann Bucklin, both of 

Pawtucket, in this town, Jan. 21, 1810 

ROISTER Nathaniel, Esq., high sheriff of New 
Haven Co., Ct., and Mrs. Abby Olney, 
widow of the late Col. Knight Dexter, of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 10, 18 15 

ROMANS King of the, and the Princess Jose- 
phine, born March 36, 1739. The Im- 
perial Minister at the Court of Bavaria 
made a solemn demand for her hand in 
marriage; Oct. 16, 1764 

RONNING Matthew C, of Beverly, Mass., and 
Lucy E. Wilcox, of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 13, 1819 

(See issue of Oct. 23.) 

ROOD Jacob, Jr., of Killingly, Ct., and Inno- 
cent Hill, of and at Sterling, March 4, 18 12 

ROOME Eliza and Capt. Oliver Fuller, at Re- 
hoboth. Gazette of • May 18, 1793 

ROSEMANIERE Lewis, editor of "Newport 
Mercury," and Eliza Easton, daughter of 
John, at Newport. Gazette of May 31, 1806 

ROSE Ann, of Petersburgh, and John Dickson, 
editor of the "Intelligence," at Peters- 
burgh, Va. Gazette of Oct. 31, 1807 
John and Letitia Lilley, in England. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 21, 1809 
Bathsheba and Jeremiah Hill, both of New- 
port, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 16, 1814 
Thankful and Samuel Thurber, Jr., both of 

this town, at South Kingstown. Gazette of April 8, 1815 
Levi, of North Providence, and Sarah Mowry, 
of Johnston, at said North Providence, by 
Rev. Mr, Sprague. Gazette of Nov. 14, 1821 

ROSS Hannah and Josiah Kimball, at Ipswich, 

Mass., Nov. 30, 1815 

Lovey and Jeremiah O. Arnold, both of 
North Providence, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft. Gazette of Aug. 8, 1821 

Amey Ann and Joseph Robinson, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 11, 1822 

ROSSITER Henry, of New York, merchant, 
and Charlotte Beers, second daughter of 
Elias, Esq., of and at New Haven. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 19, 1815 



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ROTCH Thomas, of Nantucket, and Charity 
Rodman, daughter of the late Capt. 
Thomas, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port. Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of William, and William 
Dean, of Salem, at New Bedford. Ga- 
zette of 

Mary R., daughter of William, Jr., Esq., and 
J. W. C. Fleming, at New Bedford. Ga- 
zette of 
ROUNDS John J., of Swanzey, and Hannah 
Luther, at Warren. Gazette of 

Mary, of Rehoboth, and Thomas Williams, 
of Pawtucket, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Holman, 

Sally, daughter of James, and William P. 
Seamans, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Otis 
Thompson, 

Sarah and Stephen Burr, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
all of and at this town, 

Frances and William D. Fenno, both of this 
•town, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Emmorance, of Rehoboth, and Joseph 
Walker, of Wellington, Mass., at said Re- 
hoboth. Gazette of 

Almira, of Barrington, and Capt. John Allen, 
of Baltimore, at said Barrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Woods, 

Elizabeth P. and Arthur F. Brown, both of 
and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, 

Eliza and Joseph Cole, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Isaac Ch'ace, 
ROVENELL Paul, of Charleston, S. C, and 
Abigail Pierce, daughter of Capt. Benja- 
mm, of Newport, at Charleston, 
ROWE Mrs. Huldah, 82, and Abraham Merrill, 
81, at Amherst. Their children, grand, 
and great-grandchildren. Gazette of 
ROWLAND Maria, daughter of Rev. David S., 
and John Chaffee, merchant, at Windsor, 
Ct. Gazette of 

Rev. Henry A., formerly of this town, and 
Frances Bliss, of Springfield, at Windsor, 
Ct. Gazette of 

Rev. William F. and Ann Giddings, at Exe- 
ter, N. H. Gazette of 
JR.OYAL Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Hon. 
Brigadier Royal, of Medford, and William 
Pepperill Sparhawk, 2d son of Hon. Na- 



May 15, 1790 

Oct. 5, 1811 

Aug. 9, 1823 
March 26, 1803 ■ 

July;, 1811 

March 17, 1814 

Nov. 21, 1819 

May 6, 1822 

Aug. 24, 1822 

Aug. 7, 1823 
Oct. s, 1823 
Aug. 5, 1824 

Dec. 15, 1809 

Jan. 2, 1819 

March 28, 1795 

May 10, 1800 
Sept. II, 1802 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 313 

ROYAL : 

thaniel Sparhawk, and grandson and prin- 
cipal heir of Sir William Pepperill, de- 
ceased, Nov. 12, 1767 

RUDOLPH Mrs. Catharine and George Alex- 
ander Ceazer Augustus William Henry 
Soliman Pinchbeck, at New York. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 12, 1795 
Samuel, Sr., 75, and Mrs. Jane Porter, 69, at 

Halifax, N. S. Gazette of July 7, 1821 

RUFF Lucy and John Miller, at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, Sept. 10, 1820 

RUFFHEAD Miss and Mr. 

Comb, at Savannah, Ga. Gazette of Sept. 25, 1802 

RUGG Salmon and Mary Hammond, only 
daughter of James, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, June 24, 18 10 

RUGGLES Capt. Spooner and Ruth Vandorna, 

by the Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of Sept. 28, 181 1 

Nathan D. and Mary Taft, at Mendon. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 22, 1 82 1 
Sophia, daughter of the late Benjamin, and 

Edward Phillips, at Newport. Gazette of March 29, 1823 
Nathaniel S., Esq., and Mary L. Phillips, 
daughter of the late James, both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Oct. 28, 1823 

George Benjamin, of Newport, and Sarah 
Brown Mason, daughter of the late Hon. 
James B., of and at this, town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Aug. 22, 1825 

RUMBOLD Lady and Admiral W. Sid- 
ney Smith, in London, Oct. 11, 1809 

RUMFORD the Count and the widow of Mons. 
Varepsy, with a fortune of ;^8ooo per an- 
num. ' Gazette of April 27, 1805 

RUSH Mary, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and 
Thomas Manners, Esq., Captain in 49th 
British Regiment, at Philadelphia. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 14, 1804 

RUSHWORTH William S. and Hannah M. 
Sheridan, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, Nov. 23, 18 19 

RUSSELL Abigail, of Holliston, Mass., and 

Jonathan Russell, of Providence, merchant, Jan. 5, 1769 

Jonathan, of Providence, merchant, and Abi- 
gail Rli^sell, of Holliston, Mass., Jan. 5, 1769 
Joseph, merchant, and Amey Smith, daugh- 
ter-in-law of Hon. Stephen Hopkins, at 
Providence, April 28, 1771 



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RUSSELL Joseph Dolbeare and Joanna Jenckes, 
daughter of John, Esq. Gazette of 

Polly, daughter of Joseph, and Cyprian 
Sterry, merchant. Gazette of 

William, Jr., of this town, and Rebecca 
Potter, daughter of Thomas, Esq., at 
Cranston. Gazette of 

Nathaniel, Esq., merchant, and Sarah Hop- 
ton, daughter of William, Esq., deceased. 
Gazette of 

Mrs. Joanna, of this town, and David L. 
Barnes, of Taunton. Gazette of 

Joseph, Esq., merchant, and Ann Francis 
Lippitt, of Warwick. Gazette of 

Susannah C, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and 
John Corliss, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Bad- 
ger, 

Jeremiah and Elizabeth Howland. Gazette 
of 

John, of Boston, printer, and Eliza Milne, 
daughter of Edmund. Gazette of 

Joanna and Capt. William S. Brown, Jr., 
both of this town. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of the late Jonathan, and 
Otis Ammidon, at Mendon. Gazette of 

Mary and Liberty Bates, Esq., attorney at 
law. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of John, of this town, and 

Smith Bartlett, merchant, at Bristol. Ga- 
zette of 

Sarah, daughter of John, and Benjamin 
Gladding, Jr., in this town, 

Mrs. Hannah, of Uxbridge, and John Tilling- 
hast, formerly of this town, at Uxbridge. 
Gazette of 

Major Benjamin, editor of the Boston Centi- 
nel, and Mrs. Sarah Campbell, of and at 
New York, by the Rev. Dr. Rogers. Ga- 
zette of 

Eden, of Killingly, Ct., and Nancy Cozzens, 
of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah, daughter of Hon. Thomas, and Rich- 
ard Sullivan, Esq., attorney at law, of Bos- 
ton, at Charlestown, Mass. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of the late Joseph D., and • 
Benjamin Munro, merchant, by the Rev. 
Dr. Edes, 

William and Rebecca Gair, daughter of the 
late Rev. Thomas, of Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 



Nov. 28, 1778 
June 3, 1780 

April 9, 1785 

July 12, 1788 
March-28, 1789 
March 28, 1789 

Feb. 25, 1790 
March 27, 1790 
April 13, 1793 
May 12, 1798 
Aug. 24, 1799 
Aug. 23, 1800 

Oct. 2, 1802 
June 19, 1803 

Aug. 7, 1803 

Aug. 20, 1803 
Dec. 25, 1803 

May 26, 1804 

March 30, 1807 , 

March 30, 1807 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 315 

RUSSELL Abigail, eldest daughter of Benjamin, 

Esq., editor of the Centinel, and James 

Cutter, Jr., editor of the Boston Gazette, 

at Boston. Gazette of June 27, 1807 

Sarah Taylor, eldest daughter of Jeremiah, 

formerly of Providence, and Nahum Good- 
enow, Esq., at Noblesborough, Me. Ga- 
zette of April 29, 1809 
Henry, of this town, merchant, and Content 

Wing, of Sandwich, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Sandwich, Sept. 13, 1809 

John, of Thompson, Ct., and Harriet Munro, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. M^. Wilson, Nov. 25, rSio 
Amey, daughter of John, of this town, and 

Anthony Demille, at Kingston, Upper 

Canada. Gazette of Jan. 12, 181 1 

Daniel, Jr., of Lyndeborough, N. H., and 

Mary Walker, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Jan. 12, 1812 

Thomas H. and Ann P. Bosworth, both of 

Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, July 8, 18 13 

Sarah, daughter of Nathaniel, and R"ev. 

Theodore Dehon, D. D., Bishop of South 

Carolina, at Charleston, S. C. Gazette of Nov. 20, 181 3 

Harriet and Stephen B. Jackson, both of and 

at Mendon. Gazette of Sept. 3, 1814 

Hon. Jonathan, late U. S. Minister to 

Sweden-, and Lydia Smith, daughter of 

Barney, Esq., at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 

Freeman, April 2, 18 17 

Charles H., merchant, and Ann Rodman, 

daughter of the late Capt. William, in this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 13, 1818 

Barlow, 16, and Caroline Castle, 42, after an 

anxious courtship of three days, at South- 
bury. (The issue of Sept. sth says ages 

are erroneous.) Gazette of Aug. 15, 181 8 

Joseph and Loraney Spaulding, eldest daugh- 
ter of Reuben, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Lyon, 

all of and at Pomfret, Ct., June 14, 1820 

Eliza and Nathaniel Wilbour, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 17, 1820 

William H. and Mary A. Crapo, only daugh- 
ter of Philip, both of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, May 6, 1823 

Lawrence J. and Mrs. Harriet L. Moore, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 18, 1823 

Betsey, of Marlboro, aged 63 years, and Dea. 

Benjamin Goddard, 82 years, at Shrews- 



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RUSSELL: 

bury, Mass., by Rev. Joseph Sumner, aged 

84 years. Gazette of Dec. 17, 1823 

, , Henry and Elizabeth C. Woodnurse, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. April 14, 1825 

RUSSIA Princess of, Her Imperial Highness 

Catharine Paulouna, of Russia,, sister of 

the Emperor Alexander, and His Royal 

Highness William Charles, Prince of Wur- 

tenberg, in Russia. Gazette of June 22, 1816 

RUSTAG;E Elizabeth and Francis Aukward, 

both of and at Washington, D. C. Ga- 
zette of Aprjil 28, 1824 
RYAN Fanny and John Brown, at Newport, by 

Rev. Dr. Patten., Gazette of ' Jan. 13, 1810 

RYON Polly and Benjamin Bentley, at New 

London. Gazette of April 4, 18 10 



SABIN Patience and Samuel Godfrey, at Provi- 
dence, 

Thomas and Mrs. ^ — Kain, of Boston, 

(erronious.) Gazette of 

Thomas and Mary McDonald, daughter of 
Charles, of London. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of Thomas, and Claude 
Lyon, merchant. Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of Thomas, and Arthur 
Fenner, 3d. Gazette of 

Mrs. Mary, widow of Capt. James, and Mr. 
P McCann. Gazette of 

Charlotte, daughter of Thomas, and Capt. 
Robert Lillibridge, of Philadelphia. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Catharine, widow of William, and Dea. 
William Tilley, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Mary, eldest daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
Thomas Howard, at Pomfret, Ct. Gazette 
of 

Harriet, daughter of the late Thomas, and 
Capt. Eleazer Elderkin, by the Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

Clementina, youngest daughter of the late 
Capt. Thomas, of this town, and Alexander 
Adie, of Boston, merchant. Gazette of 



July 30, 1769 
Aug. 14, 1773 
Aug. 28, 1773 
Feb. 17, 1 78 1 
Dec. 8, 1787 
March 26, 1796 

Aug. 26, 1797 
Jan. 30, 1802 

March 12, 1803 

Sept. 8, 1803 

Oct. IS, 1803 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



317 



SARIN Rebecca, daughter of John, and Joseph 
Thomas, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

John and Mrs. Susan Adams, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Gazette of 

Hezekiah, Jr., merchant, and Ann Enns- 
worth, 

Ann, daughter of John,^ and Asa Jillson, of 
Cumberland, in this town, 

Eliza, daughter of John, and Ariel Cooke, of 
Cumberland, in this town, 

Catharine M., daughter of the late James 
and Joseph C. Wheaton, of Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Angelica, only daughter of the late Capt. 
James, and Peter Brownell, of this town, 
merchant, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Jonathan, of Seekonk, and Julia Louisa 
Teste, only daughter of Alixis, Esq.; in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Sarah D., daughter of John, and Cyrus W. 
Lindsey, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Joshua and Mary Ingraham, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Maria, youngest daughter of the late James, 
Esq.,, of this town, and Capt. Nathaniel 
Wheaton, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Patience and William Woodward, Jr., by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at this town, 
SACKETT Adnah and Ann Short, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 
SADDLER Samuel and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth 

Bridles, in this town, 
SAGE Sarah A., daughter of Ebenezer, of Mid- 
dletown, Ct., and Caleb Bowers, of this 
. town, merchant, at Middletown, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

Maria, second daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., 
and E Webster, merchant, at Middle- 
town, Ct. Gazette of 

Edward, of Liverpool, Eng., and Frances R. 
H. Snow, of and at this town. Gazette of 
SALISBURY Hannah and Joseph Litchfield. 
Gazette of 

Sally and Dr. Benjamin Greene, late of this 
town, at Worcester. Gazette of 

Jesse and Polly Smith, daughter of John. 
Gazette of 

Daniel and Betsey Searle, daughter of Solo- 
mon. Gazette of 



Aug. 26, 1804 

Nov. 3, 1804 

Oct. 13, 1805 

June 14, 1807 

Sept. 10, 1809 

May 25, 1810 

April 20, 181 1 

April 13, 1812 
May 22, 1814 
Aug. 14, 181S 

Jan. 29, 1 818 

March 14, 1819 

June 6, 1818 

June 2, 1814 

Sept. 28, 1805 

Feb. 21, 1807 

Feb. 21, 1824 

Jan. 8, 1774 

March 27, 1779 

■ Oct. 25, 1788 

Dec. 8, 1792 



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SALISBURY Thomas, of Cranston, and Han- 
nah Fiske, daughter of Dea. Moses, at 

Scituate. Gazette of 
Richard and Lydia Thurber, eldest daughter 

of Samuel, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Elizabeth A., youngest daughter of Joshua, 

and Norman Easton, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, 
Miss Greenleaf and Septimus Lathrop, both 

of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Sally, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., of East 

Greenwich, and Nathan Whiting, Esq., 

attorney at law, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Thompson, 
Betsey and Samuel Bryant, at Warren. Ga- 
zette of 
Marana, second daughter of Dea. Dutee, of 

Burrillville, and Elder Thomas Slack, of 

Smithfield, 
James and, Lydia Esleck, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Hannah and Paris Aldrich, at . Smithfield. 

Gazette of 
Sally and George W. Freeman, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
William and Mary Ann Williams, daughter 

of Putnam, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and 

at this town, 
Daniel, of North Providence, and Rebecca 

Hopkins, of Seekonk, Mass., at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Blake. Gazette of 
Edward and Mary Child, only daughter of 

Jeremiah, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and at 

this town. Gazette of 
Charles and Amey Sprague, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Jesse and Sally Allen, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
John A. and Martha Burdick, both of Attle- 

boro, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Mary D. and William W. Burr, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
Julia, eldest daughter of Abel, Esq., and 

Ezekiel Angell, of Smithfield, at Scituate. 

Gazette of 
Henry, of _this town, and Amey Brown, of 

North Kingstown, at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, 
Joanna, daughter of Jonathan, and Charles 

V. Myrick, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge. Gazette of 



Jan. II, 1794 
Nov. 30, 1806 

April 15, 1811 
May 22, 181 1 

June II, 1811 
Feb. 15. 1812 

Oct. 14, 1813 

May IS, 1814 

June II, 1814 

March 30, 18 17 

Sept. 20, 1 8 18 

Nov. 7, 1818 

March 27, 1820 

Sept. 23, 1 82 1 

June 2, 1822 

June 16, 1822 

Feb. 26, 1824 

April 21, 1824 

Oct. 3, 1824 

Oct. 6, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



319 



SALISBURY Fanny, of Pawtucket, and Arnold 
Irons, of this town, at said Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
SALLA Samuel and Susan B. Tompkins, at 

Pawtucket. Gazette of 
SALTONSTALL Anne and Thomas Mumford, 
Esq., at New London. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of Roswell, merchant, and 
Rev. Charles Seabury, at New London. 
Gazette of 

Abby, daughter of Roswell, merchant, and 
Dr. William Handy, of Newport, at New 
London. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of the late R , and John 

Fell, of New York, merchant, at New 
York. Gazette of 
SAMPSON Hepzibah, daughter of Alexander, 
and William Manchester, of Cranston. 
Gazette of 

Samuel, Esq., and Betsey Snoiv, daughter of 
the late Daniel. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Rev. Ezra, and Samuel F. 
Adams, of Canaan, Ct., at Hudson, N. Y. 
Gazette of 

Rev. Abisha, of Tisbury, and Eleanor Hovey, 
of and at Brighton, Mass. Gazette of 

Louisa D. and Richard C. Martin, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, all of and at this town, 

Joseph Stacy, of Boston, and Mary Ann 
Hastings, daughter of Nathan, of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
SAMSON Eliza Head and George Vaux, Esq., 
at Friends' Meeting House, JPhiladelphia. 
Gazette of 
SANFORD John Usher and Charlotte Bourne, 
daughter of Shearjashub, Esq., at St. 
Michael's Church, Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, 

Eleanor, daughter of Capt. Joseph, of Berke- 
ley, and Abner Pitts, of Taunton, at said 
Berkeley, by Rev. Thomas Andrews, 

Louisa Rebecca, daughter of Isaac, of Hart- 
ford, Ct., and Dr. Thomas Manning Bar- 
rows, of this town, at said Hartford, by 
Rev. Mr. Wainwright. Gazette of 

Fanny R. and Amos T. Gorham, both of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Alexander V. Gris- 
wold, 

Edwin, of Newport, and Desdemonia Honey- 
well, of New Shoreham, at said Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 



June 5, 1825 

April 27, 1825 

March 25. 1780 

June 22, 1799 

July 6, 1799 

May 14, 1808 

Oct. I, 1785 
May 18, 1793 

May 4, 1805 
May 23, 1807 
Oct. 24, 1 8 19 

April 8, 1824 

March 25, 1809 

Jan. 9, 181 5 
Sept. 14, 181 5 

Nov. 28, 1818 
June 18, 1820 
Aug. 31, 1820 



320 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SANFORD Alpheus, of Berkeley, and Sinai 

Briggs, of and at Conway, April ii, 1821 

Polly and D Easterbrooks, at Bristol, July 8, 1821 

Rev. Enoch, of Raynham, late tutor in B. 

U., and Caroline White, of and at Wey- 
mouth. Gazette of Dec. 27, 1823 
Rev. John, of South Dennis, and Sophia 

Loud, of and at Weymouth. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1824 

SARLE John and Mrs. fiuldah Eddy, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 21, 18 16 

Oris and Betsey Mathewson, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Stephen, at Scituate. Ga- 
zette of March 7, 1821 
Ann T., of Cranston, and Ebenezer Case, Jr., 

of Plainfield, Ct., at said Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, May 22, 1821 

Sophia P. and John Luther, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Merrett, Aug. 29, 1822 

Richard and Mrs. Sylvia Ann Peck, both of 

and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Dec. 9, 1824 

SARGEANT Winthrop, Esq., secretary of the 

Ohio Company, and Miss Tupper, 

daughter of General Tupper, at Marietta, 

Ohio. Gazette of June 13, 1789 

John T., merchant, and Christiana Keadie 

Swan, second daughter of James, Esq., at 

Boston, by Rev. Mr. Freeman, Oct. 12, 1806 

Lucius Manlius, Esq., of Boston, and Mary 

Binney, daughter of the late Dr. Barnabus, 

at Philadelphia, April 4, 18 16 

SAUNDERS Mrs. Freelove and John Tanner, 

Esq., both late of Newport, at Westerly, 

by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Gazette of April 17, 1779 

Sally, of Thompson, Ct., and Charles Lee- 

bret, of Woodstock, Ct., at Thompson, by 

Rev. Mr. Wells. Gazette of July 16, 1803 

Samuel, widower, and Miss Susannah Bal- 
lard, both well stricken in years, both 

blind and both supported by the town, 

at Smithfield, Dec. 31, 1803 

Samuel, aged 97, and Miss Susannah Ballard, 

aged 85, who have never seen each other, 

and probably never will, in Connecticut. 

Gazette of May 13, 1809 

Augustus, of this town, and Sylvia Pearce, 

daughter of Jeremiah, of and at Attleboro, 

married by Rev. Mr. Reed, Jan. 27, 1814 

John arid Betsey Oliver, both of Boston, May 2, 1814 

George, of Philadelphia, and Emeline M. 

Maxwell, daughter' of James, of and at 

Warren, Aug. 24, 1820 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



321 



SAUNDERS Philip, of Westerly, and Mary' 
Burdick, daughter of Rev. Henry, at 
Newport, by Rev.- Mr. Burdick, 

Sally J. and Turner Carr, both of and at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Gazette of 

Abby, daughter of John, and Caleb S. 
Luther, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

Ann and William Wall, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Samuel and Rebecca P. Cornell, both of and 
at this town. Gazette of 

Chauncey W. and Ruth Hall, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Robey and Hammond Sargeant, both of and 
at Warren. Gazette of 
SAVAGE Hon. Robert, Esq., late of England, 
and Charity Haviland, of Flushing, L. I., 
at New York, by Rev. Mr. Parkinson, 

Harriet, daughter of Timothy, Esq., and Rev. 
Ira Chase, of Philadelphia, Professor of 
Biblical Literature, at Wilmington, N. C. 
Gazette of 

James, Esq., of Boston, and Elizabeth Otis 
Lincoln, of and at Hingham. Gazette of 
SAVARY William and Martha Rogers, both of 

Bradford, Mass., in this town, 
SAVOY Charles Felix, Prince of, Duke of 
Genevois, and brother to the King of Sar- 
dinia, and Her Royal Highness the Prin- 
cess Maria Christina, daughter of Ferdi- 
nand IV, King of the two Sicilies, in Si- 
cily. Gazette of 
SAWYER Lewis, Sr., aged 80, and Mrs. Han- 
nah Poston, aged go, both of Tennessee, 
the bridesmaid was 100 years old, in North 
Carolina, 

Lydia, of Little Compton, and George Sher- 
man, of and at Newport. Gazette of 
SAWIN Isaac and Elizabeth Ormsbee, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
SAXE Weimer, the hereditary Duke of, and the 
Grand Duchess Maria Pawlauna, sister to 
the Emperor of Russia. Gazette of 

Marcy and Robert Murray, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of 



SAXTON Orion 
dredge, at 
Gazette of 



B., printer, and Meriam S. EI- 
Salem, by Rev. Mr. Carlile. 



Oct. 26, 1820 
June 8, 1822 

Oct. 20, 1822 

Dec. II, 1822 

March 15, 1823 

March 16, 1825 

June 18, 1825 

Dec. I, 1810 

April 7, 1 82 1 

May 7, 1823 

May 19, 181 1 



Oct. 10, 1807 

Dec. 18, 1816 
May 26, 1824 
Feb. 25, 1822 

March 17, 1804 
Nov. 14, 1807 

Jan. 2, 1819 



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SAYER Anstress, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 
and Stephen Cahoone, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Jbshua, of Newport, and Elizabeth B. Kinni- 
cutt, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Gazette of 

George W. and Caroline Mumford, both of 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb. Gazette of 

Joshua and Ann W. Dean, daughter of the 
late Silas, Esq., at Newport. Gazette of 
SAYLES Amey, daughter of Jonathan, and 
Uriah Alverson, Esq., at Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Edward, of Scituate, and Mrs. Sarah Water- 
man, widow of John O., 

Chloe, daughter of Sylvanus, and Martin 
Hutchinson, both of Smithfield, by Isaac 
Comstock, Esq. Gazette of 

Avis, eldest daughter of Elisha, and Stephen 
Harris, both of and at Burrillville, 

Julia, youngest daughter of Capt. Daniel, of 
Franklin, Mass., and Rev. Dexter Bullard, 
Pastor of Christian Church, Greenwich, 
Mass., at Cumberland. Gazette of 

Willard, of Smithfield, and Mary Arnold, of 
and at Uxbridge, 

Joanna, daughter of Smith, of Smithfield, 
and Jesse B. Sweet, of this town, at said 
Smithfield, 

Abigail, daughter of Smith, of Smithfield, 
and Adin Ballou, of Cumberland, at said 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Sally, eldest daughter of Capt. David, late 
of Cumberland, and Henry S. Scott, of and 
at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Clarke, of Glocester, and Mary Olney, of and 
at Scituate. Gazette of 

Orin, of Franklin, Mass., and Almira Ballou, 
of Flavius, of and at Cumberland. Ga- 
zette of 

Richard and Fanny Jeffers, both of and at 
Smithfield. Gazette of 
SAYRE Benjamin K. and Ruth Lawton, daugh- 
ter of Jonathan, both of and at Newport. 
Gazette of 
SCARBOROUGH Nehemiah and Susannah 
Sibley, both of and at this town. Gazette 
of 
SCOFIELD Dr. Samuel and Sally Holladay, at 
New York. Gazette of 



June 7, 1794 

Sept. 12J 1818 

Oct. 31, 1818 

Oct. I, 1823 

May 6, 1780 
Feb. 20, 1803 

Aug. 24, 1 816 
July 6, 1820 

Feb. 14, 1 82 1 
April 26, 1 82 1 

Dec. 25, 1821 

Jan. 24, 1822 

Feb. 13, 1822 
Jan. 4, 1823 

Jan. 22, 1823 
March 22, 1823 

Jan. 9, 1819 

June 29, 1822 
Aug. 17, 1 80s 



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323 



SCOTT Mary, daughter of John, Jr., of North 

Providence, and Augustus Lapham, of 

Smithfield, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Providence, April 6, 1775 

Job and Eunice Anthony, daughter of Daniel, 

at Friends' Meeting f^ouse, Providence. 

Gazette of June 3, 1780 

Sarah and George Hazard, at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, Providence, March 7, 1782 
Nathaniel and Lydia Arnold, at Cumberland. 

Gazette of Jan. 5, 1788 

James, Esq., and Mrs. Hancock, 

widow of the late Governor, at Boston. 

Gazette of Aug. 6, 1796 

George, merchant, of New York, and Re- 
becca Bowers, daughter of the late Henry, 

Esq., at New York. Gazette of Nov. 26, 1803 

Ann and George Whipple, at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of April 21, 1804 

Israel, of this town, and Sally Holbrook, of 

and at Bellingham, Mass. Gazette of Oct. 21, 1809 

Sir William, Judge of High Court of Ad- 

mirality, and Marchioness of Sligo, only 

survivmg daughter of the celebrated Ad- 
miral Howe, and mother of the Marquis 

of Sligo, lately fined and imprisoned for 

receiving deserters from a ship of war. 

Gazette of July 10, 1813 

Mrs. Mary and Simon Synder, Governor of 

Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1814 

Charles and Marcy Sheldon Manchester, in 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 31, 1819 

Jeremiah and Olive Darling, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 4, 1819 

Violette and David Thorp, Jr., both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Sept. 4, 1820 

Henry S., of Smithfield, and Sally Sayles, 

eldest daughter of Capt. David, late of 

Cumberland, at said Smithfield. Gazette 

of Feb. 13, 1822 

James, of North Providence, and Alice A. 

Sisson, daughter of Asa, of Coventry, at 

Smithfield, May 13, 1822 

Sarah, of North Providence, and Adam An- 
thony, of Portsmouth, at said former place. 

Gazette of Sept. 24, 1823 

Walter, Esq., Lieutenant isth Hussars, 

eldest son of Sir Walter, of Abbotsford, 

Bart, and Jane Jobson, only child of the 

late John, Esq., of Lochore, Fifeshire, at 

Edinburgh, Feb. 3, 1825 



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SCRIGGENS Hannah, aged 20 years, and Will- 
iam Nelson, aged 85 years, at Portsmouth, 
N. H. Gazette of 
SCOVILLE Maria and John Branch, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
SEABRING John, of New York, and Nancy 

Vose, of Milton, Mass. Gazette of 
SEABURY Rev. Charles and Ann Saltonstall, 
daughter of Roswell, merchant, at New 
London. Gazette of 

Thomas M. and Elizabeth Marsh, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Gale, 

Mary and Stephen Snow Wardwell, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Peleg, of Taunton, and Mary T. Tilley, of 
and at Newport. Gazette of 
SEAGRAVE Edward and Harriet Walker, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
SEAMANS Aaron and Betsey I'-rieze, both of 
this town. Gazette of 

Young and Polly Larchar, both of this town. 
Gazette of 

Mrs. Polly, widow; of Capt. Obed, and Sam- 
uel James, merchant. Gazette of 

Martin, Esq., and Mrs! Sarah Burkitt, widow 
of John. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Martin, Esq., and Heze- 
kiah Harding. Gazette of 

Rosamond, daughter of Martin, Esq., and 
Capt. David Hicks. Gazette of 

Sarah J. and Jeremiah Tillinghast, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, all of this town, 

Eliza, daughter of Young, and Capt. Warren 
Lippitt, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William P. and Sally Rounds, daughter of 
James, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Otis Thomp- 
son, 

Josiah and Abigail Brown, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Abby L. and Capt. William Bradley, 
both of this town, at Pawtuxet. Gazette 
of 

SEAMORE Mary Ann, of Newport, and Charles 

Pratt, of this town, at said Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Elton. Gazette of 
SEYMOUR Benjamin and Eliza Smith, at 

Ridgefield, Ct. Gazette of 
Joseph, of Newport, and Eunice Hubbard, 

of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, 



Oct. 8, 1803 

Feb. 23, 1825 

Nov. 9, 1 77 1 

June 22, 1799 
Aug. 14, 1814 

Dec. 9, 1823 

Oct. 2, 1824 
March 25, 1824 

Jan. 5, 1788 
Sept. 26, 1789 

Dec. 6, 1794 
Feb. 27, 1796 
Sept. 28, 1799 
Dec. 21, 1799 
Nov. 26, 1 8 10 

July 7, 181 1 

March 17, 1814 
Jan. 8, 181 5 

Dec. IS, 1821 

May 16, 1818 
Dec. 12, 1818 
June 22, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



325 



SEARLE John and Roba Williams, daughter of 
Andrew. Gazette of 
Betsey, daughter of Solomon, and Daniel 

Salisbury. Gazette of 
James and Abby Thurston, both of this 
town. Gazette of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Searle, of 

East Greenwich, and William Tringham. 
Gazette of 
Nathaniel, Esq., attorney at law, and Mary 

White, daughter of John. Gazette of 
Benjamin and Sarah Dyer. Gazette of 
Robert, of Cranston, and Freelove Dyer, 
youngest daughter of Thomas, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 
Lydia W., daughter of John, and James M. 
Warner, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ruth, daughter of Solomon, Jr., and Himan 
Barker, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, both of and 
at this town, 
Nathan B. and Lavina Williams, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 
SEARS David, of Boston, merchant, and Ann 
Winthrop, daughter of the late John. 
Steele Winthrop, of New London, by the 
Rev. Mr. Oliver. Gazette of 
George and Lucretia Fry, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
Ruth, daughter of George, Esq., and Joseph 
Rogers, merchant, at Newport. Gazette of 
Howes, of Cape Cod, aged 17, and Mrs. Avis 
Nitcher, of Nantucket, aged 68, at Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
SEATLE Ebenezer and Eliza Cutter Fowler, 

both of and at Newport. Gazette of 
SEATON Christopher, Esq., of the Island of 
Tobago, and Penelope Wentworth Butler, 
of Hingham, formerly of this town, by the 
Rev. Mr. Parker, at Trinity Church, Bos- 
ton. Gazette of 
SEEKEL Job, of Taunton, and Susan Jones, of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
SEDGWICK Frances P., daughter of the Hon. 
Theodore, late Speaker of the National 
House of Representatives, and Ebenezer 
Watson, of New York, merchant. Ga- 
zette of 
Theodore, Jr., Esq., and Susan Ann Living- 
stone Ridley, eldest daughter of the late 



Jan. 9, 1790 

Dec. 8, 1792 

Aug. 31, 1793 

Jan. 2, 1796 

Oct. 29, 1796 
Nov. 6, 1802 

March 17, 1810 
May 24, 1812 

Nov. I, 1818 
June 20, 1 82 1 

June 10, 1786 
July 26, 1788 
Dec. 16, 1797 

March 30, 1815 
May 26, 1824 



June 7, 1800 
Dec. 6, 1812 

April 18, 1 801 



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SEDGWICK : 

Matthew, Esq., at New York, by Rt. Rev. 
Bishop Moore. Gazette of 
Robert, Esq., of New York, and Elizabeth 
Dana Ellery, eldest daughter of William, 
Esq., of and at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Pat- 
ten, 

SEIBLES Jacob, merchant, and Sally Temple, 
late of this town, in South Carolina. Ga- 
zette of 

SEIXAS Rachal, daughter of Moses, Esq., and 
Napthali Phillips, of Philadelphia, mer- 
chant, at Newport. Gazette of 
Judeth, daughter of Moses, Esq., and Samuel 
Lopez, merchant, at Newport. Gazette of 

SENTER Dr. Isaac and Betsey Arnold, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Rhodes, of Pawtuxet. Ga- 
zette of 
Capt. Nathaniel G. and Mary J. Wenwood, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of 
Eliza Antoinette, eldest daughter of the late 
Dr. Isaac, and Rev. Nathan Bourne 
Crocker, rector of St. John's Church, 
Providence, at Trinity Church, Newport, 
by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, 
Sarah Ann, daughter of the late Dr. Isaac, 
and Clement Smith Hunt, U. S. Navy, in 
St. John's Church, Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Crocker, 

SELLECK Sally and Ammon Dibble, at New- 
town, Ct. Gazette of 

SERGEANT Hammond and Robey Saunders, 
both of and at Warren. Gazette of 

SERRELL Sally, of Warren, and Benjamin 
Bowen, of Rehoboth, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 

SESSIONS Thomas, of this town, merchant, 
and Betsey Marchant, daughter of Hon. 
Henry, Esq., at Newport. Gazette of 
Elizabeth Marchant, eldest daughter of Col. 
Thomas, and Joshua Bicknell, Jr., mer- 
chant, all of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Darius, of this town, and Eliza Young Hicks, 
formerly of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
at Scituate, 
William, of Pomfret, and Esther Wilkinson, 
of and at Woodstock, Ct. Gazette of 

SEVERS Hannah, daughter of Richard, and 
Benjamin Champney. Gazette of 

SEAVER Esther and John Clarke. Gazette of 



Dec. 3, 1808 

Aug. 21, 1822 

Dec. 16, 1786 

July 15, 1797 
March 15, 1806 

Nov. 21, 1778 
Sept. 27, 1806 

March 19, 181 1 

Jan. 14, 1813 
Dec. 12, 1818 
June 18, 1825 

April 4, 1824 

Nov. 5, 1791 

May 21, 1817 

May 21, 1821 

June 14, 1823 

Oct. 17, 1772 
Oct. 20, 1798 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 327 



SHAD Deborah and Gamaliel Fish, at Fisher- 
man's Gut, Coast of Labrador. Gazette of June ii, 1814 
SHARES Roxana and Amasa Williams, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Nov, 12, 1820 

SHARP Harriet, of-Pomfret, and Samuel Trues- 
dell, of Thompson, at former town. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 17, 1824 
SHATTUCK Sally, daughter of William, Esq., 
and Mr. Brush, at Boston. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 17, 1796 
SHAW Capt. William and Sally Whitehorn, at 

Newport, April 4, 1770 

Joseph and Marcy Stafford, daughter of 
Capt. Joseph, of East Greenwich. Ga- 
zette of March 5, 1774 

Dr. William and Mrs. Elizabeth McLaughlin, 
late from South Carolina, at Wickford, Oct. 16, 1796 

Mason, Esq., and Mary Padelford, eldest 
daughter of Hon. Seth, at Taunton. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 14, 1797 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. William, and Wil- 
liam Ellery, Jr., deputy collector of the 
port of Newport, at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 8, 1798 

John A. and Elizabeth Marchmore, at New- 
port. Gazette of June 19, 1^02 

Henrietta, daughter of Capt. William, and 
John Bours, Jr., merchant, at Newport, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of Feb. 4, 1804 

Mason, sheriff of Hancock Co., Me., and 
Mary Brown Howell, second daughter of 
Hon. David, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, July 29, 1806 

Daniel and Mary Murray, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Griswold. Gazette of April 30, 1808 

Oliver and Sarah Jenckes, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Williams, Oct. 20, 1812 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. John, and James 
Dean, merchant, both of and at Taunton, 
by Rev. Mr. Pipen, Oct. i, 181 2 

Sarah and James Barr, Jr., U. S. Navy, both 
of Salem, in this town, Sept. 3, 181 3 

Thomas and Jane Hathaway, daughter of 

Abner, all of Newport, at Bristol, Aug. i, 18 14 

Anthony and Mary Manchester, both of and 
at this town. Gazette of May 11, 1816 

William P. and Eunice Eddy, daughter of 
Jeremiah, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and 
at this town, Nov. 9, 1817 

Ann Eliza B., daughter of the late Capt. An- 
thony, and Henry Coggeshall, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, all of and at this town, Aug. 29, 18 19 



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SHAW Elizabeth F., eldest daughter of Dr. 
William G., of North Kingstown, and Rev. 
Lemuel Burge, of Connecticut, at Wick- 
ford, in St. Paul's Church, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, June 6, 1820 

Isaac S. and Nancy Richardson, both of 
Mansfield, Mass., at Harrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Wright, Nov. 2, 1820 

Rev. Samuel B., of North Kingstown, and 
Caroline F. Jones, daughter of Alexander 
E., of this town, at St. John's Church, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, Aug. i, 1822 

Thomas S., of Attleboro, and Joanna Keech, 

of and at Seekonk. Gazette of Nov. 30, 1822 

Benjamin and Mary Ann Davenport, both of 
and at Tiverton. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1823 

Perry W., of Cumberland, and Mary S. Perry, 
daughter of the late Joseph, of and at 
Newport. Gazette of . Feb. 28, 1824 

Eliza, of this town, and Palmer Summers, of 
New York, by Rev. Mr. Williams, March 7, 1824 

Eunice Hammond, daughter of the late 

Stephen, of this town, and Capt. John 

^ Davis, of East Greenwich, at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Oct. 17, 1824 

Joseph, of Portsmouth, and Martha G. 
Jenckes, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, Nov. 21, 1824 

Lloyd and Susan Snow Jenckes, daughter of 
Dea. John C, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Feb. 20, 1825 

John W., Esq., of- Newport, and Lucy C. 
Whitridge, youngest daughter of Dr. Wil- 
liam, of and at Tiverton, July 4, 1825 

Lucia Crocker, daughter of Josiah C, Esq., 
and John G. Bailey, Esq., of Charlestown, 
Mass., at Newport. Gazette of July 20, 1825 

SHEFFIELD Lucy, late of East Greenwich, 
and Capt. David Zeigler, at Marietta, Ohio. 
Gazette of May 23, 1789 

Thomas, of Newport, and Lydia Kelly, at 

Barrington. Gazette of Sept. 21, 1799 

Kuth, daughter of the late Capt. Aaron, of 
Newport, and Coggeshall Taylor, of New- 
port, by the Rev. Mr. Patten, at Ports- 
mouth. Gazette of March 9, 1805 

Edmund, of Westerly, and Sally Ann Gardi- 
ner, of and at North Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of June 18, 1823 
SHELDON Lydia, daughter of Capt. Christo- 
pher, and Daniel Stillwell. Gazette of Feb. 19, 1774 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 329 

SHELDON Rosannah, daughter of Capt. Chris- 
topher, and Jesse CobKe.' Gazette of Aug. 30. 1783 

William and Hanpah Ha:;tshorn, daughter of 
Stephen, by Rev. Dn Hitchcock. Gazette 
of Jan. 14, 1786 

John and Joanna Branch, daughter of Dan- 
iel. Gazette of Feb. 11,1786 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Christopher, and 
James W. Remington. Gazette of Aug. 2, 1783 

Capt. Charles arid Sally Earle, daughter of 

Capt. William. Gazette of Nov. 12, 1791 

Barbara, daughter of James, and Samuel 
Greene; of Coventry, at Cranston. Gazette 
of July 27, 1793 

Nabby, daughter of James, of Coventry, and 
William F. Greene, at Cranston. Gazette 
of Nov. 23, 1793 

Sally, daughter of Capt. James, of Cranston, 
and Ebenezer Jenckes, merchant, ot Geor- 
gia, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 11, 1799 

Daniel and Ruth Mason, daughter of Aaron, 

Esq., in this town. Gazette of Aug. 22, 1801 

Mary, daughter of Nicholas, and Gorton Ar- 
nold, Esq., at Cranston, May i, 1803 

John F., merchant, and Mrs. Ann Fenner. 

Gazette of May 4, 1805 

Christopher and Amelia Holmes, daughter of 
Chandler, of Stratford, Vt., at Pawtuxet, 
by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Gazette of Dec. 5, 1807 

Nancy, daughter of the late Capt. James, and 
John Williams, by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Gazette ' 
of Dec. S, 1807 

Nancy, daughter of Nehemiah, of North 
Providence, and Nathaniel Carroll, of 
Thompson, Ct-, at said North Providence, April 10, 1808 

Joseph, Jr., and Sally Guile, daughter of 

Richard, at Cranston, Feb. 11, 18 10 

Abby, daughter of Major General Sheldon, 
of Newport,, and Samuel Dexter, Esq., at- 
torney at law, of this town, at Newport, June 14, 1810 

Marcy, daughter of Capt. Charles, and Henry 

Martin, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 6, 181 1 

Edward S. and Mary Rea, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. ?S, 181 3 

Susan, daughter of Col. Stephen, and Hard- 
ing H. Hudson, of Cranston, at Scituaje, 
by Rev. Mr. Knight, April 4, 1813 

William, merchant, and M^ry Peckham, 
daughter of the late Philip, 'both' 'of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1815 



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SHELDON Thomas and Urania T. Aborn, 
eldest daughter of Capt. Jonathan, both 
of Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Ruth, daughter of Roger, of Cumberland, 
and Dr. Peter Ballon, of Smithfield, at 
said Cumberland, 

Daniel and Sarah Thurber, daughter of . the 
late Edward, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and 
at this tovi^n, 

Sally and William Sweet, at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Sprague. Gazette of 

Israel, formerly of Pawtuxet, and Hetty Ann 
Wallace, daughter of Capt. David, of and 
at Hyde Co., N. C, 

Mrs. Urania, widow of Thomas and daughter 
of the late Capt. Jonathan Aborn, and 
Capt. Nicholas Smith, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Eliza and John Howard, both of and at Cran- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Tillinghast and Lydia Olney, daughter of 
Dea. Olney, both of and at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 

Mary and Abiezer D. Hood, both of Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, at Central 
Falls, 
SHEILDS Lydia M., daughter of Robert, of 
Philadelphia, and Rev. Howard Malcolm, 
Pastor of the Baptist Church, Hudson, N. 
Y., at said Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. 
Stoughton. Gazette of 
SHELLEY James M. and Lydia M. Cochran, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
SHEPARDSON Mehitable, daughter of the 
late Capt. Elijah, and Richard Bowen. 
Gazette of 

Mary, of Cumberland, and Calvin Richards, 
2d, of Attleboro, at said Cumberland. Ga- 
zette of 

SHEPERD Lydia and William Knowles. Ga- 
zette of 

Oliver, merchant, of Wrentham, and Sarah 
W. Cooke, daughter of the late Daniel, of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Clarrissa, of Abington, Ct., and William 
Crandall, of Killingly, at Abington, 

Abraham W. and Elizabeth A. Lebaron, both 
of this town, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hall. 
Gazette of 



Nov. 7, 1816 

March 23, 1817 

Nov. 7, 1 819 
Oct. 30, 1820 

Dec. 14, 1820 

March 11, 1821 
May 9, 1 82 1 

Jan. 8, 1823 

July 25, 1824 

May 18, 1820 
March 11, 1824 

Dec. 23, 1797 

Sept. 18, 1S24 
Feb. 21, 1789 

June 2, 1813 
Dec. I, 1814 

June I, 1816 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



331 



SHEPERD William A., Esq., of this town, and 

Abby Ann G. Slack, of Pawtucket, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 28, 1823 

Mrs. Sarah W. and Dr. Ebenezer Dawes, 

both of Taunton, at Wrentham, by Rev. 

Dr. Fiske, March 7, 1822 

Fanny H., daughter of the late Rev. Mace, 

of Little Compton, and Lucius Boltwood, 

Esq., attorney at law, at Amherst, Mass. 

Gazette of Sept. 8, 1824 

SHEPHERD Eliza, of New Bedford, and Ben- 

jamm Coleman, of this town. Gazette of April 18, 179S 
Betsey and John Young, both of this town, 

at Bristol, June 8, 1806 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, of this town, and John 

Davis Shepherd, of Worcester, at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 26, 1S24 

John Davis, of Worcester, Mass., and Mrs. 

Elizabeth Ann Shepherd, of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 26, 1824 

SHEPPY Rhoda, of Foster, and Ephraim Pray, 

of Killingly, Ct., at Foster, March 8, 181 2 

SHERBOURNE Col. Henry, and Mrs. Cathar- 
ine Tweedy, widow of William, at New- 
port. Gazette of June 11,1785 
SHERIDAN Hannah M. and William S. Rus- 

worth, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Ba- 
ker, Nov. 23, 1 8 19 
SHERMAN Eunice, of Portsmouth, and Robert 

Sherman, of Newport. Gazette of June 12, 1802 

Robert, of Newport, and Eunice Sherman, 

of Portsmouth. Gazette of June 12, 1802 

John R., merchant, and Amey Northam, at 

Newport. Gazette of July 10, 1802 

Capt. Ebenezer and Catharine Hudson, at 

Newport. Gazette of Aug. 7, 1802 

Ruth, daughter of the late Sampson, and 

Obadiah Davis, of New Bedford, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Portsmouth. Gazette of May 21, 1803 

Henrietta Newton, eldest daughter of Capt. 

George, and James Easton, at Newport. 

Gazette of July 19, 1806 

Letitia, of St. Marv's, Fla., and Dr. Whipple 

Aldrich, late of' this town, at St. Mary's, 

Fla. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1810 

Abraham and Martha Slocum, daughter of 

Capt. Samuel, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Newport. Gazette of May 2, 1812 

Lucy and Daniel D. Dailey, both of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of . Jan. 15, 181 4 



332 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SHERMAN Ann and David Butler, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Feb. 27, 1814 

Sarah Ann and Milton Cady, both of this 

towh, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of . Sept. 2, 1815 

Sarah, eldest daughter of John, of W'ai-wick, 

and David MathesoH, of Coventry, at said 

Warwick. Gazette of , Aug. 18, 1816 

Thomas and Sally Tilley, daughtei- of the 

late James, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. 

Gazette of Oct. 5, 1816 

Kiary Ann and Eliad Bristol, at Brookfield, 

Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1 818 

Harriet, daughter, of the late Pardon, and 

Pardon Varse, at Newpbrt, by the Rfev. 

Mr. Eddy. Gazette of Jan. 30, 18 19 

Richard, of Portsmouth, and Sarah Ann 

Rogers, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of Mid- 

(ileto^srh, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. 

Gazette of . Oct. 2, 1819 

Eleazer,. formerly of Sterling, Ct., and Ra- 

chal Wilbur, youngest daughter of the late 

Christopher; of knd at Smithiield, by Rev. 

Mr. EdQS, Dec. 12, 1819 

David and Wait'e D. Sherftian, both of Ports- 

mputb, at Newport. Gazette ot Diec. 11, 1820 

Wkite t). and David Sherman, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. it, 182b 
Albert and Abby Thurston, of Exeter, at 

Witkford, June 16, 182 1 

Eleazer and Hannah Brightman, both of 

Troy, Mass.^ at Newport, Gazette of July 4, 1821 

Maria, daughter of the late Nathan, and 

George Leonard Barnes, Esq., both of and 

, at. Sniithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. i, 1821 

M^rik, daughter of Watts, of New York, and 

Robert Sherman, formerly of this town, at 

Utica, N. Y. Gazette of Jan. 23, 1822 

Robert, formerly of this town, and Maria 

Sherman, daughter of Watts, of New 

York, at Utica, N. Y. Gazette of » Jan. 23, 1822 

James C. and Mary G. Burroughs, daughter 

pf Greene, at Newport. Gazette of April 3, 1822 

Eliza, formerly of New Bedford, and James 

J. Harrington, of this town, at Seekonk, by 

R.ev. Mr. Mace, Aug. 25, 1822 

Mary, daughter of Capt. William, and Sam- 
uel Burroughs, at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 21, 1822 
Timothy and Sarali Anh Peckham, daughter 

of Alanson, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 6, 1822 

Isbon and Lucy Cole, daughter of John, Esq., 

at Wkrwick, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Feb. 2, 1823 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



33 3 



SHERMAN Nicholas Rowland, of Dartmouth, 
and Sophia A. Tisdale, of and at Taunton. 
Gazette of 
Deborah and Daniel Bennett, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Ga- 
zette of 
Mary Ann, daughter of Elijah, and William 

H. Douglass, at Newport. Gazette of 
Abigail, daughter of Samuel, of Portsmouth, 
and John Benson, Jr., of Columbia, Penn., 
at former place. Gazette of 
Jared and Abby Baker, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
George, of Newport, and Lydia Sawyer, of 
Little Compton, at said Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
Ann, of Warwick, and WilHam Brayton, of 

Cranston, at said Warwick, 
Eliza, daughter of Elijah, and Josiah Otis 

Burdict, at Newport. Gazette of 
John and Eliza Lake, at Newport. Gazette of 
Asa, of Portsmouth, and Eliza Mitchell, 
daughter of Richard, of Middletown, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
SHERWOOD Eliza and Rufus Greene, form- 
erly of this town, at New York. Gazette 
of 
SHINN John, merchant, and Mary White, 
daughter of Dr. White, at Philadelphia. 
Gazette of 
SHIRLEY Arthur, publisher of "Portland Ga- 
zette,'' and Ruth Foster, of Bradford, 
Mass., at Portland. Gazette of 
SHOLES Lyman, of Canterbury, Ct , and Sally 
Ann Bennett, eldest daughter of Capt. 
Samuel, of and at Warwick. Gazette of 
SHOREY Polly, of Seekonk, and David Jillson, 

of and at Attleboro. Gazette of 
SHORKLY James C. and Julia Ann Thornton, 
only daughter of Pardon, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
SHORT Betsey and William Longfellow, in 
New Hampshire. Gazette of 
Miss Lory, of Killingly, Ct., and Nathan 
Young, of Sterling, at Killingly, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Day, 
James and Susan Bowen, daughter of Joel, at 
Seekoiik. Gazette of 



Nov, 29, 1823 

Jan. 7, 1824 
Jan. 7, 1824 

March 3, 1824 
April 15, 1824 

May 26, 1824 

Dec. 23, 1824 

May II, 1823 
July 27, 1825 

Nov. 23, 1805 

March 12, 1803 

July 13, 1805 

Dec. 14, 181 1 

Feb. 28, 1824 
Nov. 22, 1823 

April 15, 1824 
Feb. II, 1804 

Nov. 2(5, 1812 
Oct. 28, 181 5 



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yiTAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



SHORT Harriet C. and Learnerd Peck, at Har- 
rington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette of 
Ann and Adnah Sackett, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of 
Mary Ann C. and Elisha A. King, both of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, 
Josiah and Sarah P. Carpenter, both of and 

at Rehoboth . Gazette of 
Philip and Matilda L. Burt, both of and at 

Rehoboth, 
SHOVE Samuel, of this town, and Lydia Buf- 

fum, of and at Smithfield. Gazette of 
SHURTLEFF Rev. Flavel and Eliza Cole, 

youngestdaughter of the late Capt. Eben- 

ezer, both of Warren, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
SIAS Rev. Solomon, of the Methodists, and 

Mrs. Amelia Howe, at Boston, by Rev. 

Mr. Merrett. Gazette of 
SIBLEY Susannah and Nehemiah Scarborough, 

both of and at this town. Gazette of 
SICKQUOINNEYOUKEE alias John Walker, 

a Cherokee Chief, and Ann Jane Durant, 

at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
SIJOURNEY Capt. Andrew and Sally Barker, 

at Nantucket. Gazette of 
Mary and John P. Trading, Esq., at Boston. 

Gazette of 

SIMMONS Jonathan E. and Henrietta Aplin, 
daughter of John. Gazette of 

Sylvester and Nancy Talbot, daughter of 
Benjamin, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ga- 
zette of 

Ann and Benjamin Crapon. Gazette of 

Joseph and Eliza Hawkins, daughter of the 
late Edward, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Gazette of 

Rachal, daughter of the late Jonathan, and 
Benjamin Tilley. Gazette of 

Ann, of Freetown, and Joshua Walton, of 
this town. Gazette of 

Mary and Henry Holden, both of this town. 
Gazette of 

Lewis and Nancy Hopkins, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. Gazette of 

Lydia B., of this town, and Samuel Osgood, 
of Hallowell, Mass., in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

David and Mary Potter, both of Johnston, 



Dec. 6, 1817 

June 6, 1818 

June 28, 1 82 1 

Sept. 13, 1823 

March 18, 1824 

July 10, 1813 

Aug. I, 182 1 

Aug. 10, 1825 
June 29, 1822 

Jan. 21, 1797 

June 7, 1794 

May 31, 1823 

Aug. 20, 1796 



June 16, 1798 
Dec. 26, 1 80 1 



Dec. 26, 1 80 1 

Oct. 8, 1803 

Oct. 15, 1803 

Oct. 17, 1807 

March 5, 1814 



June 23, 1816 
Sept. 8, 1816 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



335 



SIMMONS Mrs. Sally and John T. Jackson, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at this town. 
Gazette of 

Prudence and John Church, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, all of and at this town, 

James F., of Cumberland, and Eliza Randall, 
daughter of Samuel, at Johnston, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Susan S., eldest daughter of Edward, and 
Stephen Goddard, of Newport. Gazette of 

George and Abby Thurber, daughter of Re- 
lief, both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Mary Ann, daughter of the late Jonathan, 
and Jonathan Bassett Nichols, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Deborah L. and Arthur Farrier, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 

George E. and Eunice C. Eddy, daughter of 
Benjamin, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mary Ann and Robert W. Foster, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Martin and Joanna Wilcox, in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William Henry and Sylvana Snow, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
SIMONDS George and Esther Smith, at John- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
SIMONS Hannah and Dr. Joseph Bowen, both 
of this town. Gazette of 

Sophia and Joseph Mason, Jr., U. S. Army, 
at Newport.. Gazette of 
SIMPSON Thomas, of Island of Jamaica, and 

Miss Sidney Cutts Stacey, of Boston, 
SINCLAIR Lady, widow of Sir John Sinclair, 
Bart., and Col. Temple, of the 26th Regi- 
ment, at Elizabethtown, N. J., 
SINKINS James and Sally Hawkins, daughter 
of the late Edward. Gazette of 

Sally, of this town, and Joshua Williams, of 
Wellington, Mass., at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
SISSON Harriet and William Fales, at Bristol, 
by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

Charlotte and Frederick Brownell, both of 
and at Tiverton. Gazette of 

Hannah, daughter of Richard, of Portsmouth, 
and Henry Freeborn, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

John and Mary Brownell, at Little Compton. 
Gazette of 



May 2, 1818 
Sept. 6, 18 18 

Oct. 26, 1820 
Dec. II, 1820 

Sept. 16, 1 82 1 

April 14, 1822 
July 18, 1822 

April 13, 1823 
Aug. 4, 1823 

Aug. 12, 1823 
Oct. 17, 1824 

Nov. 22, 1812 
Dec. 14, 1782 

Sept. 24, 1 814 

June II, 1811 

March 14, 1769 
Jan. 2, 1796 

April 12, 1818 

March 21, 181 1 

Jan. 2, 1813 

Jan. 9, 1819 
Nov. 16, 1820 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SISSON Alice A., daughter of Asa, of Coventry, 
and James Scott, of North Providence, at 
Smkhfield, 

Maria Maxwell, of Warren, and Robert N. 
Ariies, of this town, at said Warren, by Rt. 
Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

Catharine and John Stevens, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Robert C. and Rhoda Anthony, daughter of 
Peckham, both of Middletown, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Susan and Capt. George Wheaton, both of 
and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, 
SITGREAVES Rev. Samuel, Rector of St. 
Stephens' Church, Wilkesbarre, and Anna 
Lyman, daughter of General William, of 
Massachusetts, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
SKINNER Bathesda and John Perrrn, at Wood- 
stock, Ct. Gazette of 

William S., Esq., of Boston, and Sarah 
Bowen, daughter of Dr. William, of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
SKIPWITH James Peyton, Jr., son of Sir Pey- 
ton, of Virginia, and Cornelia L. Greene, 
second daughter of the late Major General 
Greene, at Cumberland Island, S. C, 

Miss , eldest daughter of Fulwar, 

Esq., and Hon. Thomas Boiling Robert- 
son, Governor of Louisiana, at Baton 
Rouge, 
SLACK Dr. Benjamin, of Glocester, and Hannah 
Harris, daughter of Henry, of Johnston, 

Phebe, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and Dan- 
iel Wilbour, of Johnston, at Scituate. Ga- 
zette of 

Lydia, daughter of the late Dr. Benjamin, 
and William Horton, of this town, at Scit- 
uate. Gazette of 

Susannah, of Johnston, and Benjamin An- 
thony, of this town. Gazette of 

Lavina, of Scituate, and John Brown, 2d, of 
this town. Gazette of 

Cynthia, youngest daughter of the late Capt. 
Slackj and Ezekiel Robinson, of Attleboro, 
at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Gazette 
of 

Elder Thomas, pf Smith field, and Marrana 
Salisbury, second daughter of Dea. Dutee, 
of Burrillville, 

Samuel and Julia Ann Gardiner, daughter of 
Nicholas R., m this town. Gazette of 



May 13, 1822 

May 26, 1822 
Sept. 17, 1823 

Sept. 29, 1824 
Jan. 10, 1825 

Dec. 27, 1823 
Dec. 9, 1809 

May 14, 1816 

April 22, 1802 

April 15, 1821 
March 4, 1767 

Jan. 21, 1786 

March 31, 1792 

March 30, 1793 

April 16, 1803 

June 20, 1807 

Oct. 14, 1813 
Dec. 29, 1 82 1 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



337 



SLACK Granville and Eliza C. Brown, both of 
and at Pawtucket, at St. Paul's Church, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
. Abby Ann G., of Pawtucket, and William A. 
Sheperd, Esq., of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

SLADE Mary S. and Simeon A. Winslow, at 
Slatersville. Gazette of 
Philip A., of North Providence, and Hannah 
D. Patterson, of and at Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

SLATER Samuel, Esq., of North Providence, 
and Mrs. Esther Parkinson, of and at Phil- 
adelphia, by Rev. Mr. Pilmore. Gazette of 
Lemuel D., of Milledgeville, Ga., and Polly 
Smith, of and at Glocester. Gazette of 

SLAUGHTER Hannah and -Hervey Jenckes, 
late of this town, at Hudson, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of 

SLIGO the Marchioness of, only surviving 
daughter of the celebrated Admiral Howe, 
and mother of the Marquis of Sligo, late 
fined and imprisoned for receiving de- 
serters from a ship of war, and Sir Wil- 
liam Scott, Judge of the High Court of 
Admiralty. Gazette of 

SLOANE Frances, daughter of Daniel, of Belle- 
ville, N. J., and Oliver Holden, Jr., mer- 
chant, of New York, at said Belleville, by 
Rev. Mr. Van Sandfort, 

SLOCUM William T., merchant, and Sally Had- 
wen, daughter of John, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of . 
Eliza, daughter of the late John, merchant, 
and John Earle, merchant, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Newport, 
Mary, youngest daughter of the late John, 
and Capt. Elihu Smith, of New Bedford, 
at Newport, at Friends' Meeting House. 
Gazette of 
Betty, of Warwick, and James Pratt, of this 
town, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Gazette of 
Capt. Abel and Phebe Fenner, at Warwick. 

Gazette of 
Nancy, daughter of the late Capt. Abel, of 
Warwick, and Cyrus Pratt, of Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Hannah and John Peterson, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Messer. Gazette of 



Oct. 13, 1822 

Sept 28, 1823 
Dec. 17, 1823 

Aug. 21, 1824 

Nov. 29, 1 8 17 
Dec. 18, 1822 

Jan. 2, 1813 



July 10, 1813 

March 21, 1821 

Aug. 10, 1793 

Nov. 2, 1797 

Nov. 14, 1801 

Aug. 27, 1803 
Oct. 8, 1803 

March 10, 1805 
Aug. 23, 1806 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SLOCUM Martha, daughter of Capt. Samuel, 
and Abraham Sherman, at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, Newport. Gazette of 

Sally H., daughter of the late Benjamin, and 
George Engs, merchant, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Susan W., of Seekonk, and William Free- 
body, of Newport, at said Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Benjamin T. and Parthenia Brayton, eldest 
daughter of Benjamin, formerly of War- 
ren, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Mary A., of Warwick, and Christopher W. 
Sprague, of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, 

Mrs. Nancy, of Pawtuxet, and Cyrus Pratt, 
of Boston, by Rev. Mr. Sharp. Gazette of 

Elizabeth, daughter of Prinus, of Seekonk, 
and Marcus Elakin, of this town, at said 
Seekonk, (colored), 

George and Eliza Manchester, both of and 
at Tiverton, ■ 

Samuel, of North Providence, and Lucinda 
Cahoone, of and at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Susan N. and James B. White, both of Bris- 
tol, at Warren. Gazette of 
SLY Amey and Asa Miller, at Cumberland. 

Gazette of 
SMALL Rhoda, of Smithfield, and Leonard 
Nickerson, of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
SMART Sarah S. and Parley Hall, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
SMITH Job, of Providence, merchant, and Ruth 
Harris, of Johnston. Gazette of 

John, aged 27 years, and Mrs. Mary Cottrell, 
aged 82 years, at Abington, Berks, Eng., 

Sally and Capt. John Crawford, at Provi- 
dence, 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Abraham, of Provi- 
dence, and Mr. Clifford, of Martha's 

Vineyard. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter-in-law of Hon. Stephen 
Hopkins, and Joseph Russell, merchant, at 
Providence, 

Abigail, daughter of William, merchant, and 
Joseph Crawford, at Providence, 

Sarah, of Glocester, aged 20 years, and James 
Bloise, aged 70 years, at Killingly, 

Benjamin, of Smithfield, and Polly Tilling- 
hast, daughter of Daniel. Gazette of 



May 2, 1812 

Jan. 2, 1813 

Aug. 8, 1819 

Nov. 14, 1819 

April 6, 1820 
Sept. 18, 1820 

May 24, 1 82 1 

Aug. s, 1 82 1 

Aug. 16, 1823 

Aug. 27, 1823 

May 2, 179s 

Jan. 19, 1823 
Aug. 27, 1823 
March 9, 1765 

Oct. 30, 1766 
Sept. 18, 1768 

Nov. 17, 1770 

April 28, 1 77 1 

Sept. I, 1 77 1 

Nov. 25, 1 77 1 

March 28, 1772 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 339 

SMITH Experience, daughter of Samuel, de- 
ceased, and Perez Peck. Gazette of Sept. 19, 1772 

Ruth, daughter of Benjamin, dec, of Smith- 
field, and Capt. George Hopkins. Gazette 
of March 20, 1773 

Capt. Joseph and Abigail Wilkinson. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 7, 1778 

Capt. George, of the Continental Army, and 
Miss Polly Aylesworth, late of Newport, 
at South Kingstown, by Rev. Dr. Fayer- 
weather. Gazette of April 17, 1779 

Betsey, daughter of John, Esq., and Joseph 
Angell. Gazette of April i, 1780 

Abial and Alathea Bullock, daughter of Col. 

Bullock, of Rehoboth. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1780 

Betsey, daughter of the late Hayward, and 
George Throop, merchant. Gazette of Nov. 24, 1781 

Sally, of this town, and Caleb Wheaton. 
Gazette of April 5, 1783 

Rhoda, daughter of John, Esq., and Robert 
Taylor, Jr., merchant. Gazette of April 26, 1783 

Sally, daughter of John, and William Earned, 

• merchant. Gazette of ]'-eb. 21, 1784 

Abigail, daughter of the late Hayward, and 

Capt. Benjamin Throop. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1784 

Henrietta, daughter of the late Capt. Hay- 
ward, and Samuel G. Dorr. Gazette of Aug. 20, 1785 

Col. , Secretary of American Em- 
bassy, and Miss Adam^, only 

daughter of the Hon. John, the American 

Ambassador to Great Britain, at London, June 12, 1786 

William and Betsey Black, daughter of 
James. Gazette of Sept. 6, 1788 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Simon, and Thomas 

Lloyd Halsey, merchant, Sept. 21, 1788 

Polly, daughter of John, and Jesse Salisbury. 
Gazette of Oct. 25, 1788 

Dr. Alpheas and Polly Smith, daughter of 
John, Esq.," at Johnston. Gazette of July 3, 1790 

Polly, daughter of John, Esq , and Dr. Al- 
pheas Smith, at Johnston. Gazette of July 3, 1790 

Nathaniel and Abigail Brown, daughter of 

Capt. Jeremiah. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1790 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Relief 
Thurber, at Barrington. Gazette of Nov. 5, 1791 

Hezekiah and Alice Beverly, daughter of 
George. Gazette of Dec. 29, 1792 

Rispah, daughter of John, of Smithfield, and 
Levi Hunt, of this town, at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, Smithfield. Gazette of April 6, 1793 



340 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH Capt. Jacob, of this town, and Polly 
English, at Newport. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Job, and Edward Dex- 
ter, merchant, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of 

Fear, daughter of the late Job, and Cyrel 
Lodowick Carpenter, at Warwick. Ga- 
zette of 

John, of Smithfield, and Mrs. Waite Brown. 
Gazette of 

Samuel and Sally Sprague, daughter of Oba- 
diah. Gazette of 

Marcy and Stephen Aldrich, at Smithfield. 
Gazette of 

Oliver and Kitty Carpenter, daughter of 
Oliver. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of John, of this town, and 
Harding Harris, of Johnston, by the Rev. 
Mr. Usher, 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel, and Caleb 
Allen. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Capt. William, and Joseph 
Cranston, at Newport. Gazette of 

Sukey, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and Capt. 
Edward Spaulding, of this town, at Bristol. 
Gazette of 

Ransford, of Connecticut, and Cloe Kelley, 
at Barrington. Gazette of 

Charles and Sally Aldrich. Gazette of 

Alice, daughter of Rev. John, of Dighton, 
Mass., and Cyrus 'Talbot, of New York. 
Gazette of 

Amey, of Johnston, and Dexter Earle, by 
the Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Miss , of South Carolina, and Walter 

Channing, merchant, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Phebe, daughter of Edward, of Bellingham, 
and Joseph Healey, of this town, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Henry, merchant, and Abby Allen, daughter 
of Capt. Zachariah, by the Rev. Mr. 
Clarke, 

David and Mrs. Lucy Tyler, late of Provi- 
dence, at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Amelia, second daughter of Capt. Simon, and 
George R. Burrell, Esq., attorney at law 
Gazette of 



July 27, 1793 
Dec. 7, 1793 

March i, 1794 

March i, 1794 

June 28, 1794 

Jan. 31, 1795 

May 21, 1796 

Aug. 14, 1796 
Oct. 29, 1796 
Oct. 29, 1796 

Jan. 7, 1797 

Feb. II, 1797 
Nov. 4, 1797 

March 31, 1798 
May I, 1798 

June 9, 1798 

March 16, 1799 

Oct. 20, 1799 
Dec. 14, 1799 

Sept. 6, 1800 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



341 



SMITH Stephen and Amey Jenckes, daughter 
of late Capt. Charles, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Hitchcock, 

Capt. Elihu, of New Bedford, and Mary 
Slocum, youngest daughter of the late 
John, at Newport, at Friends' Meeting 
House. Gazette of 

Susannah and Eliphalet Dyer, Jr., by the 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Benjamin, of this town, merchant, and Fran- 
cis Fosdick, at Portland, Me., 

Sarah, daughter of the late Capt. Simon, and 
John C. Bucklin, merchant. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of Simon, and William Fos- 
ter, of Smithfield, at Glocester. Gazette 
of 

Capt. Jacob and Mary Ann Mondsley, 
youngest daughter of the late Capt.. John, 
at Newport. Gazette of 

Eliza and George Nelson, Esq. (a relation to 
the Hero of the Nile), at Newark, N. J. 
Gazette of 

Benjamin, of Rhode Island, and Sarah Tat- 
nall, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

George and Mercy Arnold, daughter of Sam- 
uel, at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of Josiah, and Allen 
Bourne, Esq., attorney at law, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Wight. ' Gazette of 

John J. and Mary Roberts,, daughter of the 
late George, at Philadelphia, by Rev. 
Bishop White. Gazette of 

Capt. William H., son of the late Rev. Heze- 
kiah, of Haverhill, and Bythenia Meade, 
both of New York, at Bridgeport, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

Stephen, Jr., of Pawtuxet, and Amey Fiske 
Wight, of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Harriet, daughter of Capt. Turpin, and 
Thomas Mathewson, 

Ann, eldest daughter of Capt. Israel, and 
George R. A. Olney, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Mrs. Mary, daughter of the late Andrew 
Waterman, of Smithfield, and Charles 
Hartshorn, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Jeannette, daughter of the late Capt. Simon, 
and Peter W. Snow, merchant, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Joseph, Jr., of Barrington, and Mary Stow, 
of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Oct. IS, 1801 

Nov. 14, 1 80 1 

Oct. 31, 1802 

March i, 1803 

July 9, 1803 

Oct. 22, 1803 

Oct. 6, 1804 

Dec. IS, 1804 

March 2, 180S 

March 23, 180S 

June 22, 180S 

Dec. 7, 1805 

• 
Feb. I, 1806 
P'eb. 16, 1806 
May 12, 1806 

April 26, 1807 

Sept. 20, 1807 

Nov. 17, 1807 
Dec. 6, 1807 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH Nancy, only daughter of Daniel, of 
Burrillville, and Pardon Hunt, of Gloces- 
ter, at said Burrillville, 

Asa, of Harrington, R. I., and Phebe Arnold, 
daughter of Major Moses, of and at Wood- 
stock, Ct. Gazette of 

Capt. Harris, of Providence, and Miss 

Mackay, daughter of the late Capt. Mac- 
kay, of Washington County, at Washing- 
ton, N. C. Gazette of 

Stuteley, Jr., and Mary Henry, at Pawtuxet, 

Mary, of Philadelphia, and Henry Jones, of 
New York, merchant, at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Philadelphia. Gazette of 

Rebecca, daughtel" of the late Rev. Dr. 
Smith, of Haverhill, and Thomas Kendall, 
of Boston, at Haverhill. Gazette of 

Admiral W. Sidney and Lady Rum- 
bold, in London, 

Mary B., daughter of General Smith, and 
Rt. Hon. Sir. James Mansfield, Chief Jus- 
ticeof H. B. M. Court of Common Pleas, 
and Private Secretary to the late British 
minister, at Baltimore. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and Nathan 
M. Wheaton, at Bristol. Gazette of 

Charles, of Cooperstown, N. Y., formerly of 
Scituate, R..I., and Abby Macomber, form- 
erly of Taunton, Mass., at Utica, N. Y. 
Gazette of 

William and Rachel Mowry, daughter of 
Jeremiah, at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Sof hia, daughter of the late Capt. Simon, and 
Ebenezer Frothingham, of Boston, mer- 
chant, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Freelove, daughter of Esek, of Foster, and 
Capt. Joseph Hammond, of Glocester, at 
Foster, 

Sarah, daughter of Nehemiah, and Lemuel 
Angell, at North Providence. Gazette of 

William and Mary Jeffers, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Eliza, daughter of the late Christopher, of 
Cranston, and Chester Blashfield, by the 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Amey and Martin Benson (S. J.,) at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Gazette of 

Major — : , of Prince Edward, Va., and 

Charlotte B. Brodie, at Williamsborough, 
Grenville Co., N. C. This engagement 



Jan. 3, 1808 
May 7, 1808 



Aug. 13, 1808 
Dec. 25, 1808 



March 25, 1809 

Sept. 30, 1809 
Oct. II, 1809 



Dec. 16, 1809 
Jan. 6, 1 810 

Feb. 17, 1810 
March 10, 1810 

April 8, 1810 

Oct. 28, 1810 

Dec. 22, 1 8 10 

April 13, 181 1 

April 18, 1811 
June I, 1811 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



343 



SMITH : 

was made 31 years ago at Camden, S. C. 
The capture of the then captain in battle 
and subsequent events, each supposed the 
other dead until a chance circumstance 
brought them once more together. Ga- 
zette of 

Capt. Reuben, Jr., of Pawtuxet, and Sally 
Case, daughter of Nathaniel, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Thomas and Maria A. Bowen, second daugh- 
ter of Dr. Joseph, at Glocester, 

Martha, eldest daughter of Jesse, and Capt. 
William B. King, of Johnston, at North 
Providence, 

Mary, second daughter of the late Charles, 
and Joseph Capron, of Cumberland, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Christopher and Nelley Smith, both of and 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, 

Nelley and Christopher Smith, both of and 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, 

Capt. Henry, of Bristol, and Amelia May- 
berry, daughter of Capt. Freeman, of and 
at Newport. Gazette of 

Lucy, of this town, and Christy Potter, of 
South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Esther and George Siiponds, at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Freelove and Israel Potter, at Johnston, 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. Reuben, and Timo- 
thy Waite, of Northampton, Mass., at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Sarah, daughter of Darius, and Major Nathan 
B. Sprague, of Smithfield, at Glocester, 

Ruth Charlotte, second daughter of the late 
John W., Esq., of Taunton, Mass., and 
Richard H. Dana, Esq., of Cambridge, 
Mass., at St. John's Church, Providence, 
by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

William Steuben, Esq., secretary^ of the 
American Legation, and Catharine John- 
son, sister of Mrs. Adams, the minister's 
lady, in Russia. Gazette of 

Amey and Joshua Bacon, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Gazette of 

Eliza, youngest daughter of Hon. Joseph, of 
Warren, and Thomas C. Williams, form- 
erly of Newport, at said Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker. Gazette of 



July 27, 181 1 

Nov. 13, 1811 
March 29, 1812 

April 13, 1812 

June 3, 1812 
July I, 1812 
July I, 1812 

Oct. 24, 1 8 12 

Nov. IS, 1812 

Nov. 22, 1 8 12 
Dec. 2, 1812 

March 4, 18 13 
April 15, 1813 



May 9, 1813 

June 19, 1813 
Nov. 20, 1813 

May 28, 1814 



344 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SMITH Almira and Joseph L. Denise, at Paw- 

tuxet, May 29, 1 814 

Williatti P., of the Cartel Analostan, and 
Julia Bowers, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 1814 

Sarah, daughter of Esek, of Smithfield, and 
John Olney, of North Providence, at said 
Smithfield. Gazette of Nov. 5, 1814 

Mowry, Esq., of Glocester, and Mary Ar- 
nold, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Jan. 16, 181 

Ezekiel and Mary Spaulding, at Killingly, by 

Rev. Mr. Whitmore. Gazette of Jan. 21, 181 

Martin and Hannah Baker, both of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 29, 181 

John W., of Scituate, and Ruth Collins, 
daughter of Beriah, Esq., of Foster, at 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone. Gazette of April 22, 181 

Mary and Richard Francis Jenkinson, by 

Rev Dr. Gano. Gazette of April 29, 181 

Preserved, of Warwick, Mass., and Bebe M. 
Richmond, of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Blake, May 18, 181 

Eliza and Ethelbert R. Billings, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 25, 181 

Phebe, of Albany, and John Phillips, of this 
town, at Albany. Gazette of June 10, 181 

Sophia, daughter of Rev. Jonathan^ of Men- 
don, and Abijah W. Walcott, of Pawtucket, 
at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 16, 181 

Mary, daughter of Albert, Esq., of Hanover, 
Mass., and David Whittier, of New York. 
Gazette of Oct. 7, 181 

Nancy Brayton, of this town, and Jonathan 
Randall, of North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Nov. 2, 181 

Ann and Ezra French, both of Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Hill, Nov. 30, 181 

Silence, of North Providence, and George B. 

Davis, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 25, i8r6 

David, of this town, and Sarah Weeden, of 

and at New York. Gazette of July 13, 1816 

Stephen, Jr., of this town, and Mary Ann 
Tilley, of Newport, daughter of the late 
Thomas, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Sept. 15, 1816 

Delana, of Glocester, and Sanford Davis, of 

Foster, Jan, 2, 1817 

Mary and Stephen Page, both of and at Glo- 
cester, Jan. 5, 18 1 7 



PkovtiDENCE Gazette-marriages 



346 



SMITH John W., of Gloce^ter, atld Marcy Ann 
Harris, daughter ot Stephen, Esq., 6f and 
at Scituate, , 

William A." and Lorania M. Luther, both of 
this tdwn, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Lydia, daughter of flarhey, Esq., and Hon. 
Jotiathan Russell, late U. S. Minister to 
Sweden, at Boston, by R.ev. Dr. Prteeman, 

StuteilV and Lucy Leavens, both of Pomfret, 
at Kitiingly, Ct., 

Sarah A. and William Ei. Frost, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, all of and at this town. Gazette of 

Lbuisa, daughter qf Ebenezer, of Barrington, 
and Joseph Viall, of Monroe, N. Y., mer- 
chant, at said Barrihgton, by Rev. Mr. 
Wright, 

Rev. Bienjamin B. and Betsey Bosworth, only 
daughter of Samuel, Esq. , both of Bristol, 
at St. Michael's Church, by Rt. Rev. 
Bishdp Griswold, 

Mrs. Mary and Lemuel Sturtevant, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Levi and Alvina Hicks, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake. Gazette of 

Betsey and Samuel Hawley, at Ridgefield, 
Ct. Gazette of 

Eliza and Benjamin Seymour, at Ridgefield, 
Ct. Gazette of 

John K., of this town, and Marcy Wilbur, of 
and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Capt. Joseph and Mehitable Heath, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Reuben and Lovey Baxter, daughter of Shu- 
ball, of Yarmouth, Mass., at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield. Gazette of 

Alice C, of Newport, and Caleb Roffee, of 
this ,tbwn, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah, of this town, and Richard Gay, of 
Thotiipson, Ct., at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of 

Peleg, 68, and Lucy Dotherell, 21, at Cam- 
defi, Me., by John Thayer, Esq., 

Hannah and Cyres Williams, both of and at 
Smithfield, 

Mrs. Nancy, widow of the late Col. John, and 
Reuben Jenckes, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
all of and at Clithbierlarid, 

lifdia. Of Rehoboth, and Josefsh Howard, Jr., 
of Taunton, at AttlebbrO, 



Match i 3, 1 8 17 
March 24, 1817 

April 2, 18 1 7 
Nov. 24, 1 8 17 
March 7, 181 8 

April 26, 1 81 8 

June 4, 1818 

Jime 8, 1818 

Nov. 7, 1818 

Dec. 12, 1818 

Dec. 12, 1818 

March 14, 1819 

May 2, 1818 

May 8, 18 19 
July 19, 1819 

July 31, 1819 

Aug. 16, 1 8 19 

Sept. 3, 1819 

Feb. io, 1820 
Feb. 16, 1820 



346 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH Ebenezer, of Barrington, and Martha 

Bourne, daughter of Shearjushub, Esq., 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Ann, of Bristol, and Rev. Herbert Marshall, 

of Virginia. Gazette of 
Robey, of Smithfield, and Asa Handy, of and 

at this town, by Abel Albro, Esq., 
Alanson and Eliza Guild, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

all of and at this town, 
Gamaliel and Louisa Johnson, at Smithfield, 
Temperance, eldest daughter of Joseph, Jr., 

Esq., and Capt. William Carr, Jr., at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Deborah D. and Lowell Woolford, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Nancy and Lawson D. Maynard, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Rev. Jonathan, of Pawtucket, and Mrs. 

Patience Greene, of and at Coventry, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Hannah, daughter of Levi, of Cumberland, 

and H orace Wellman, of Attleboro, at said 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Martin and Mary Olney, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Orrin and Betsey Dexter, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Susan DeWolf, eldest daughter of Barnard, 

Esq., of Bristol, and Capt. Abraham 

Greene, of Warren, at said Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexford, 
Capt. Nicholas and Mrs. Urania Sheldon, 

widow of Thomas, and daughter of the 

late Capt. Jonathan Aborn, at Pawtuxet, 

by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
Thomas, of Johnston, and Sarah Dyer, of 

Cranston, at Pawtuxet. Gazette of 
Relief and Leonard Dean, Jr., at Taunton. 

Gazette of 
Noah, Jr., and Hannah Draper Wheaton, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Reuben and Jane Ann Thompson, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Alpheas and Matilda Greene, both of and at 

Pawtuxet. Gazette of 
Lewis G. and Zerviah S. Patt, both of Cum- 
berland, in this town. Gazette of 
Celia, of Burrillville, and Eddy Keech, of 

Glocester, at said Burrillville. Gazette of 



April 4, 1820 

April 10, 1820 

April 22, 1820 

July 2, 1820 
Aug. 16, 1820 

Sept. 3, 1820 
Oct. 29, 1820 
Nov. 19, 1820 

Dec. 18, 1820 

Dec. 31, 1820 
Jan. 7, 1 82 1 
Feb. 4, 1 82 1 

Feb. 12, 1 82 1 

March 11, 1821 
April 4, 1 82 1 
June 9, 1 82 1 

Sept. 6, 1 82 1 
Oct. 14, 1821 
Jan. 12, 1822 
April 24, 1822 
June IS, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



347 



SMITH Elcey Ann, of North Providence, and 
Henry Butts, of this town, at said North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Gazette 
of July 17, 1822 

Capt. Jacob and Ann Borden, at Newport. 
Gazette of Oct. 5, 1822 

Christopher, of New York, and Priscilla P. 
Wilder, of Middleboro, Mass., in this town. 
Gazette of Nov. 16, 1822 

Susan S., daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
Henry Battey, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 17, 1822 

Abigail, of Smithfield, daughter of John, and 
Alpheas Hawkes, of and at this town. 
Gazette of * Nov. 23, 1822 

Polly, of Glocester, and Lemuel D. Slater, of 
Milledgeville, Ga., at said Glocester. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 18, 1822 

Electra, of Bristol, and Dr. L. L. Miller, of 
Franklin, Mass., at said Bristol, by Rt. 
Rev. Bishop Griswold, Dec. 25, 1822 

Sidney B. and Mary C. Gibbs, daughter of 
the late Josiah, Esq., of Coventry, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 26, 1822 

Capt. Joseph and Nancy Chapman, both of 
and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 29, 1822 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Jonathan, and Wil- 
liam Taggart, Jr., at Newport. Gazette of Jan. i, 1823 

Maria, daughter of the late Capt. Brown, and 
Laban Waterman, both of and at Johnston. 
Gazette of Jan. 8, 1823 

Polly and Ezra Mason, both of Seekonk, at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 13, 1823 

Phebe C, of Rehoboth, and Benjamin 
Cooper, of Medfield, at said Rehoboth. 
Gazette of Jan. 22, 1823 

Phebe C, of Rehoboth, and Benjamin 
Cooper, of Medfield, Mass., at said Reho- 
both. Gazette of Feb. i, 1823 

Matthew and Sally Allen, both of and at Re- 
hoboth. Gazette of Feb. 5, 1823 

Martin, of Scituate, and Mary Smith, of and 
at Smithfield. Gazette of Feb. 12, 1823 

Mary, of Smithfield, and Martin Smith, of 

Scituate, at said Smithfield. Gazette of Feb. 12, 1823 

William T. and Amey Manchester, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, March 3. 1823 

Nathaniel and Betsey Herrick, at New Lon- 
don, N. H. Gazette of March S, 1823 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH John A., of Bristol, and Sarah M; De 
Forrest, daughter of Mills, Esq., of and at 
Lemmingtpn, Vt. Gazette of 

Edward D. and Mrs. Evelina C. Sprague, 
both of this town, 

John P. and Catharine Eldredge, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William, of Bristol, and Mary Ann HiscQX, 
of arid at Newport. Gazette of 

Eliza Ann, daughter of the late Benedict, 
and Willianj S. Clarke, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Content and Elias Parry, at Taunton. Ga- 
zette of 

M^ry W-. -daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of 
Pawtuxet, ^nd William Hovey, of New 
York, at said Pawtuxpt, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, 

Rev. Preserved, of Warwick, Mass., and Try- 
phenia Goldsboro, of and at Taunton. 
Mass. Gazette of 

Abner and Mary Peckham, daughter of Wil- 
liam S., both of and at Middletown. Ga- 
zette pf 

Benjamin R., of this town, and Mary L. 
Stites, of and at Columbia Co., Ohip. Ga- 
zette of 

Samuel W., only son of Robert, former Sec- 
retary of Sitate, and Eleanor S. Donnell, 
second daughter o^ John, at Washington, 
D. C. Gazette of 

Coomer and Celia Mathewson, youngest 
daughter of Elisha, both of and at Scituate. 
Gazette of 

Ezekiel, 2d, and Sally Pike, of North Provi- 
dence, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Lucy, of Shrewsbury, Mass., and Phineas 
Wisson, of this town, at former place. Ga- 
zette of 

William and Mary F. Brownell, daughter of 
Joseph, of Middletown, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Sarah, daughter of Col. Clemmons, an^ 
Christopher Fenner, at Scituate. Gazette 
pf 

Elisha and Sarah Barney, at Newpprt. Ga- 
zette q| 

Elisha and Mrs. Sarah Barney, at Newport. 
Gazette of 



May 21, 1823 

July 13, 1823 

Sept. 18, 1823 

Sept. 20, 1823 

Oct. 4, 1823 
Oct. II, 1823 

Oct. 13, 1823 

Oct. 25, 1823 

Nov. 19, 1823 

Nov. 26, 1823 

Nov. 26, 1823 

Jan. 3, 1824 
June 9, 1824 

Feb. 28, 1824 

March 27, 1824 

April 21, 1824 

April 28, 1824 

May s, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



349 



SMITH Olive B., daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., of 
^iarrington, and Rev. Rufus Babcpck, jr., 
of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., at former place, 

Edward L., of Scituate, and Susan Lebgrt, 
of and at Woodstock, by Rev. Mr. Under- 
wood, 

Rachal R., of Rehoboth, and Calvin Martin, 
of Seekonk, at said Rehoboth, 

Elizabeth H., of Newport, and Nathaniel 
Waldron, of and at Bristol. Gazette of 

John F., of North Providence, and Amey 
Angell, daughter of the late Thomas, of 
and at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Lydia, eldest daughter of Jeremiah, and 
George W. C. Jenpkes, both of and at 
Smithfield. Gazette of 

Alice and Jonah Steere, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Charles G., of Rhode Island, and Eliza B. 
Standish, at Preston, Ct. Gazette of 
SNELL Betsey, of Warren, and James La Dieu, 
qf and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 

Lydia, of Seekonk, and Lucius FiUmore, of 
this town, at said Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pitman, 

Samuel, of Cranston, and Mary Baxter, of 
and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Greene, 
SNELLING Hepzibah and Capt. John Mum- 
ford, of Providence, at Boston. Gazette of 

Jane, daughter of Joseph, late of Boston, and 
James Boardman, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
SNOW Josiah and Sally Antrim. Gazette of 

Joseph, Jr., and Mrs. Sarah Noyce, 

Rebecca, daughter of Rev. Joseph, and Capt. 
James Munro. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of Rev. Joseph, and Capt. 
Rogers, of Norwich. Gazette of 

Saipupl, merchant, and p-anny Wanton, 
daughter of Peter, Esq., of Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Polly, daughter of Capt. James, and Stephen 
Wardwell. Gazette of 

Mrs. Margaret and Jethro Hussey, Esq., at 
Nantucket. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of the late Daniel, and Sam- 
uel Simpson, Esq. Gazette of 

Susannah, daughter of the late Daniel, and 

John Crapori. Gazette of 
Hannah, daughter of Capt. James, and Jona- 
than Crapon. Gazette of 



R^ay II, 1824 

Aug. 5, 1824 
Sept. 16, 1824 
Nov. 24, 1824 

Dec. IS, 1824 

May I, 1825 
May IS, 1825 
July 27, 182s 
Oct. 20, 1819 

April 22, 1 82 1 

Dec. I, 1822 

Nov. 17, 1798 

Aug. 9, 1807 
April 18, 1772 
March 7, 1773 

March 13, 1773 

July 16, 1774 

May 19, 1781 
Oct. 23, 1784 
March 16, 1793 
May 18, 1793 
July 19, 1794 
Aug. 2, 1794 



350 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SNOW Samuel, Jr., and Achsah Basto, daughter 

of Caleb. Gazette of Nov. 24, 1798 

Eliza, daughter of John, and Richard Field, 

by the Rev. Mr. Snow, Feb. 14, 1799 

Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. Daniel, and 

Walter Paine. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1800 

Sally, daughter of the late Daniel, and John 

Charles Jenckes, by the Rev. Mr. Snow, Nov. 22, 1801 

John, of this town, and Mary Thurston, 

daughter of Latham, at Newport. Gazette 

of Aug. 21, 1802 

Benjamin and Anstress Gladding, daughter 

of Benjamin, of this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Gazette of April 2, 1803 

Thomas and Olive Branch, by President Mes- 

ser. Gazette of Oct. 8, 1803 

Rebecca Frances, only daughter of Samuel, 

and Nathaniel G. Olney, merchant,by Rev. 

Dr. Gano; Dec. 25, 1805 

Mary, youngest daughter of William, and 

Joseph B. LeD. Delorne, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, April 16, 1807 

William D. and Lydia Horsewell, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, in this town. Gazette of Jan. 3, 1807 

Peter W., merchant, and Jeannette Smith, 

daughter of the late Capt. Simon, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Nov. 17, 1807 

Josiah and Rebecca Dunham, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 3, 1808 

John, Esq., attorney at law, of this town, and 

Charlotte Bruce, of and at Boston. Gazette 

of Feb. 4, 1809 

Stephen W. and Syndonia Bowers, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 2, 1809 

Capt. William and Marcy Sprague, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 28, 1810 

Thomas and Hannah Barber, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of Oct. 19, 181 1 

Amey, daughter of Daniel, of this town, and 

David Cole, of Swanzey, at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 25, 1813 

Capt. Elisha and Frances R. H. Bruce, both 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Oct. 18, 1813 

Joseph G. and Betsey Barber, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 19, 1814 

Joseph, of this town, and Eltoemal Cole, 

daughter of Simeon, of and at Rehoboth, 

by Lemuel Macomber, Esq., Sept. i, 1816 

Caroline, daughter of Benjamin, of Norwich, 

and Capt. Richard M. Field, of this town, 

at said Norwich, Ct., Oct. 2, 1816 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



351 



SNOW William C. and Narcissa Lippitt, daugh- 
ter of John, both of this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. i8, 1816 

James, Jr., and Louisa Draper, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Paul, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all 
of and at this town, Oct. 28, 18 17 

Sarah, daughter of James, and Capt. James 
Mumford, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Aug. 10, 1818 

Clorinda R. and Samuel J. Bowen, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 6, 1819 

George T. and Alice B. Andrews, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, all of and at this town. Ga- 
zette of Oct. 23, 1 8 19 

Eleanor and James S. Hall, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, all of and at this town. May 25, 1820 

Sarah and Jeremiah Card, both of this town, 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, May 25, i820_ 

Francis C. C. F. C, of New Orleans, and 
Martha O. Gardiner, of and at Newport. 
Gazette of Sept 18, 1820 

James, Jr., and Martha Keep, only daughter 
of Stephen, of Longmeadow, Mass., in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Jan. 14, 1821 

Arthur and Alice B. Metcalfe, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, in this town, Dec. 6, 1821 

George and Sarah Tucker, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, March 7, 1822 

Maria S. and Isaac B. Allen, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, June 4, 1822 

Ann and Henry A. Greene, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 18,1822 

Hannah, daughter of John, and Josiah Hum- 
phreys, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Jan. 8, 1823 

Isaac, formerly of this town, and Sarah Har- 
rison, of and at Darien, Ga. Gazette of Feb. 15, 1823 

Dorcas Corey, daughter of John, and John 
Wardwell, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Feb. 19, 1823 

Maria Gladding, daughter of John, and Capt. 
Hiram Barker, both of and at this town, by 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 28, 1823 

Richard M. and Amelia Harrington, both of 
and at this town. Gazette of July 16, 1823 

Abigail and Thomas J. Earle, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 17, 1823 

Frances R. H., of this town, and Edward 
Sage, of Liverpool, Eng., at this town. Ga- 
zette of Feb. 21, 1824 



352 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SNOW Sylvana and William flenry Simmons, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 17, 1824 

ivtehitabie and James Fiske, of Ellsworth, 

Me., in this town, , Feb. 2t, 1825 

William, of Warwick, and Ann Arnold, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 26, 1825 

SACKETT Adnah and Eliza Adams, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 2, 1824 

SOESMAN A. E., Esq., of Baltimore, American 
Consul, and Mrs. Arabella Van Wickham, 
at Samarang, Java, April 14, 1820 

SOPER Stephen T., of Boston, and Elizabeth 
Mary Thomas, of and at Worcester, by 
Rev. Dr. Bancroft. Gazette of Dec. 14, 181 1 

SOULE Polly, daughter of Capt. William, and 

Capt. Richard Updike. Gazette of Aug. 22, 1795 

Sally, daughter of Capt. Sainuel, and Augus- 
tus Larned, merchant, Aug. 30, 1798 
Susan, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of this 
town, and Charles Patten, of Woodstock, 
merchant. Gazette of Nov. 15, 1800 
Mary, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of this 
town, and Philip Howard, Esq. Gazette 
of Dec. 5, 1801 
Delia, daughter of the late Capt. Cornelius, 
and Charles Dyer; Jr., in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 16, 1823 
SOUTHWICK Solomon, Jr., prmter, and Jane 

Barber, at Albany. Gazette of May 2, 1795 

Mrs. Phibana and John Greene, Esq., of 

Glocester, at Burrillville, Aug. 6, 1815 

Sally, daughter of George,, and Benjamin 
Ray, by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at 
Cumberland, Aug. 8, 1819 

Benjamin and Sarah Ann Moore, daughter 
of John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 
mell, . Nov. 2, 1823 

Pitts and Mary Comstock, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 7, 1824 
Jdsias and Mrs. Dorcas Bly, at Newport. 

Gazette of Oct. 27, 1824 

Mary Ann, daughter of Silas, and Henry 
Gladding, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Jan. 12, 182s 
SOUTHWORTH Elizabeth, daughter of 
Ephraim, and John Tufts Jackson, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, March 24, 1807 
Adaliza, daughter of Capt. Sahiuel, and 
Capt. John Murfry, of Newpbrt, at Mans- 
field, Ct. Gazette of t"eb. 17, 1810 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



353 



SOUTHWORTH Richmond, of Little Comp- 
ton, and Laura Gridley, of and at Paris, 
N. Y., 

Isaac, formerly of this town, and Mrs. Abon- 
aida Buchanan, daughter of Major William 
Smith, of Tennessee, at Florence, A. T., 

Sylvester S. and Mary L. Brown, daughter 
of the late Edward, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
SOWLE Seabury, merchant, of this town, and 
Mrs. Mary Howard, of Bristol, Eng. Ga- 
zette of 

Cornelia, daughter of Capt. Cornelius, and 
Benjamin D. Weeden, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
SPARHAWK William Pepperill, 2d son of Hon. 
Nathaniel Sparhawk, and grandson and 
principal heir of Sir William Pepperill, de- 
ceased, and Elizabeth Royal, youngest 
daughter of Hon. Brigadier Royal, of Med- 
ford, 
SPARKS Edward C. and Mary Barney, both of 

and at Warren. Gazette of 
SPAULDING Rev. Josiah, of Uxbridge, and 
Polly Williams, daughter of Hon. Benja- 
min. Gazette of 

Hezekiah, a bachelor to a large fortune, aged 
68, and Mary Williams, aged 22, at Plain- 
field, Ct. Gazette of 

John T., of this town, and Eliza McLellan, 
at Albany, N. Y. Gazette of 

Capt. Edward, of this town, and Sukey 
Smith, daughter of Stephen, Esq., at Bris- 
tol. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of Nathaniel, and Joseph 
Merry, at Smithfield. Gazette of 

Jacob and Polly Mowry, at Killingly, Ct. 
Gazette of 

Mary and Ezekiel Smith, at Killingly, by 
Rev. Mr. Whitmore. Gazette of 

Seth and Selah Sprague, at Killingly, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Day. Gazette of 

Loraney, eldest daughter of Reuben, Esq., 
and Joseph Russell, by Rev. Mr. Lyon, all 
of and at Pomfret, Ct., 

Joseph, of Connecticut, and Mary Munro, of 
Seekonk, at Attleboro, 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Patience Dennison, at 
Brooklyn, Ct. Gazette of 



March — , 1814 

June 20, 1819 

Nov. 9, 1823 

Aug. II, 1798 
Nov. 13, 1816 



Nov. 12, 1767 
Feb. 25, 1824 

Feb. 21, 1784 

Sept. II, 1790 
July 30, 1796 

Jan. 7, 1797 

Feb. 24, 1798 

March 31, 1810 

Jan. 21, 181S 

Jan. 21, 1815 

June 14, 1820 
May 18, 1823 
Oct. II, 1823 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SPEAR Jeremiah and Sally Tyler, daughter of 

William, hatter. Gazette of 
Joseph, of Marlborough, N. H., and Sally 

Thayer, of Mendon, Mass., at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Benjamin and Jemima Steere, daughter of 

Richard, Esq., both of and at Smithiield, 

by Rev. Mr. Potter. Gazette of 
SPEARS Abby and Richard Hoppin, in this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Lucy and Capt. Zephaniah Graves, at North 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
Thomas and Nabby Armington, both of 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
William and Nancy Dexter, both of and at 

Smithfield. Gazette of 
Thomas and Diana N. Purington, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
SPENCER Margaret, daughter of Daniel, and 

John -Lawrence, by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock, 
Nathan and Ruth Anthony, daughter of 

Daniel, at Friends' Meeting House, in this 

town. Gazette of 
Anna, daughter of William, and Daniel An- 
thony, at Friends' Meeting House, East 

Greenwich. Gazette of 
Martha, daughter of Benjamin, of East 

Greenwich, and Capt. Jonathan Treadwell. 

Gazette of 
Nabby, of this town, and Joshua Bennett, of 

Coventry. Gazette of 
Lydia and Andrew Williams, Jr. Gazette of 
Sarah, of Providence, and Nathaniel Bur- 
gess, of Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Gazette of 
Job and Mary Thurber, eldest daughter of 

Relief, in this town, 
Christopher and Celia Westcott, youngest 

daughter of Nathan, at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Littlefield. Gazette of 
Abby Ann and Pardon Gillson, both of and 

at this town. Gazette of 
Orin and Lucy Loomis, at Hampton, Ct., bv 

Rev. Mr. Wells. Gazette of 
Christopher V. and Ann Louisa Aborn, 

daughter of Capt. Lowry, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Mary A. and Arnold Morse, both of East 

Greenwich, 



June 1 8, 1785 

Jan 30, 1820 

Jan. 31, 1820 

March 31, 1805 

May 4, 181 1 

Aug. 18, 1814 

Feb. 20, 1822 

Jan. 30, 1825 

Dec. 7, 1788 

May s, 1792 

April 13, 1793 

Sept. s, 179s 

March 24, 1798 
Sept. 19, 1801 

Nov. 8, 1806 
April 8, 1813 

Nov. 27, 1 81 3 
Nov. 25, 1815 
April 25, 1818 

May I, 1820 
Oct. 12, 1820 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



355 



SPENCER Samuel and Mary G. Tanner, both 
of Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas 
Manchester, March 8, 1821 

Hannah Potter, daughter of Dexter, and 
Benedict Brown, Jr., both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Aug. 12, 1824 

Capt. Charles and Mary Ann Briggs, both 
of and at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 
Tillinghast, Nov. 7, 1824 

Jonathan N.» of Pawtucket, and Eunice R. 
Newell, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Kilham. Gazette of April 13, 1825 

SPICER Nancy and James Bolster, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 26, 1806 

SPINK Samuel, of South Kingstown, and Bar- 
bara Lindley, daughter of Capt. Joshua, of 
this town. Gazette of June i, 1799 

Mary, daughter of Nicholas, and Jonathan, 
Reynolds, Esq., at North Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of • Feb. 12, 1803 

Hannah and Weeden Clarke, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Feb. 11, i8io 

Mary, of Wickford, and John Phillips, of 
lixeter, at said Wickford, June 14, 1821 

Joseph and Mary Ann Spink, daughter of 
John, both of North Kingstown, at War- 
wick. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1822 

Mary Ann, daughter of John, and Joseph 
Spink, both of North Kingstown, at War- 
wick. Gazette of , Jan. 2, 1822 
SPINNER Kitty, of Milford Township Burks 
Co., Penn., and Capt. Joseph Weaver, at 
New York, , Aug. 18, 1810 
SPOONER Abigail, daughter of Benjamin, and 

* Clarke Bliss. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1789 

Hon. Walter, of Bedford, and Mary Peck, 
widow of Capt. William A., at Newport. 
Gazette of July 9, I79i 

Elizabeth and Charles Cozzens, at Newport. 

Gazette of Aug. 7, 1802 

Mrs. Susanna, of Newport, and Thomas Rey- 
nolds, at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 19, 1820 

Gideon and Elizabeth Dunham, daughter of 
Jesse, at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 30, 1820 

Mary, daughter of the late Clarke, and Zeph- 
aniah Pearce, at Newport. Gazette of July 21, 1821 

Marcy Wilbour and John Hoar, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April i, 1823 

Nancy, daughter of Rev. Mr. Spooner, of 
Upton, Mass., and Harris Wing, of and at 
Smithfield, Nov. 20, 1823 



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SPOONER Charles B., of this town, and Eleanor 

Monroe, daughter of Edward, of and at 

Bristol. Gazette of 
Charlotte and William Gladding, at Newport. 

Gazette of 
Capt. Joseph B. and Sarah D. Verily, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 
SPRAGUE Hannah, daughter of Obadiah, and 

Rufus Waterman, merchant. Gazette of 
William and Hannah Jenkins, daughter of 

the late Joseph, Esq., at East Greenwich. 

Gazette of 
Sally, daughter of Obadiah, and Samuel 

Smith. Gazette of 
Susan C, of Cranston, and Col. Joseph Bat- 

tey, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Ellis. Gazette of 
Marcy and Capt. William Snow, in this town, 

by Rev, Mr. Edes, 
Sarah, of Newport, and Rev. Bela Jacobs, of 

Somerset, at Newport. Gazette of 
Capt. Jonathan, formerly of this town, and 

Susan Dewey, of and at Cooperstown, 

N. Y., 
Elisha and Clarrissa Day, daughter of Rev. 

Israel, both of and at Killingly, Ct., by 

Rev. Israel Day, 
William and Celia Ann Randall, daughter of 

Nicholas, both of and at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Jacobs, 
George W. and Betsey Gorton, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
Major Nathan B., of Smithfield, and Sarah 

Smith, daughter of Darius, at Glocester, 
Major Jedral C, of Killingly, Ct., and Betsey 

Gleason, youpgest daughter of Nathan, 

Esq., of and at Burrillville, 
Jordan and Rebecca Durfee, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Tole, 
Selah and Seth Spaulding, at Killingly, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Day. Gazette of 
Sybelle, of Killingly, and Jonathan Parkis, of 

Plainfield, at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Day. 

Gazette of 
Christopher W., of Cranston, and Mary A. 

Slocum, of Warwick, at CranstOn, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, 
George W. and Lydia Page, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Mrs. Sally and Lewis Cothief, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Sept. IS, 1824 

March 30, 1825 

Aug. 7, 1825 

Nov. 20, 1773 

Aug. 30, 1777 
June 28, 1794 

June 18, 1S08 
Jan. 28, 1810 
Feb. 17, 1 8 10 

Jan. 3, 181 1 

March 29, 18 12 

April 12, 1812 

Oct. 25, 1812 

April 15, 1813 

* 

Oct. 7, 1813 
Aug. 14, 1814 
Jan. 21, 1815 

Jan. 21, 1815 

April 6, 1820 
Oct. 26, 1820 
Nov. 30, 1820 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 357 

SPRAGUE Amey and Charles Salisbury, both 

of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Sept. 23, 1821 

Thomas J. and Mary Gorton, at Cranston. 
Gazette of Sept. 26, 1821 

Giles P. and Harriet Littlefield, daughter of 
Solomon, of and at New Shoreham. Ga- 
zette of May 7, 1823 

Ruth B., daughter of the late Ethan, and 
Ray Greene, both of and at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of May 24, 1 823 

Mrs. Evelina C. and Edward D. Smith, both 

of this town, July 13, 1823 

Anna, of Smithfield, and George W. Thayer, 
of Warwick, at said Smithfield. Gazette of March 6, 1824 

Rev. William B. and Mary Lathrop, second 
daughter of Hon. Samuel, at West Spring- 
field, Mass. Gazette of Aug. 14, 1824 

Major Charles, of Cranston, and Sally Water- 
man, of Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 22, 1824 

Sarah P., eldest daughter of Capt. Thomas, 
and Wanton Vaughn, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 6, 1824 

SPRING Dr. , of Watertown, and Mrs. 

Mary Binney, widow of Dr. Barnabas, at 

Philadelphia. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1791 

Dr. Marshall and Hannah Lee, at Cambridge. 

Gazette of Sept. 9, 1797 

Marshall Binney, of Watertown, Mass., and 
Eliza Willing, daughter of the late Charles, 
at Philadelphia, April 4, 18 16 

SPRINGER Isaac, of Tiverton, and Abigail 
White, daughter of Ebenezer, of this town. 
Gazette of Feb. 8, 1800 

William and Cordelia Briggs, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Hartwell, April 22, 1822 

Abby Ann, daughter of Capt. Isaac, and 
George B. Franklin, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1825 

SPROAT Lieut. Col. , of the Massachu- 
setts Line, and Katy Whipple, daughter of 
Commodore Whipple. Gazette of April 7, 1781 

SPURR Capt. John and Sally West, daughter of 
the late Capt. Thomas, of Newport. Ga- 
zette of May 24, 1777 

Eliza W., daughter of Col, John, and Capt. 
John H. Ormsbee, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all 
of this town, Oct. 24, 1815 

SQUIRE Mrs. Abigail and Dr. Samuel S. Mas- 
ters; second marriage of each, both for- 
mer partners yet living; they lived to- 
gether ten days and then parted; at Rox- 
bury, Mass. Gazette of July 18, 1818 



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STACARS Isaac, of this town, and Mary John- 
son, daughter of Capt. John, at Newport. 
Gazette of 
STACY Miss Sidney Cutts, of Boston, and 
Thomas Simpson, of Island of Jamaica, 

Thomas and Mary C. Hudson, daughter of 
Capt. Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of 
STAFFORD Marcy, daughter of Capt. Joseph, 
of East Greenwich, and Joseph Shaw. Ga- 
zette of 

Rebecca, eldest daughter of Thomas, and 
Capt. David Arnold, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Lit- 
tlefield, all of Warwick, 

Robey and Merrett Andrews, both of and at 
Coventry, 

Betsey and Alphonso Armmgton, both of and 
at Pawtucket. Gazette of 

Thomas H. and Charlotte Low, daughter of 
Charles, Esq., both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Park, 

Phebe Smith, of Warwick, and Jasper Lyon, 
of Woodstock, Ct., at said Warwick, 

Christopher Rhodes, of this town, and Sarah 
Ann Fenner, daughter of the late Capt. 
Richard, of and at Canterbury, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Murdock, 
ST. ALBANS the Duke of, his daughter eloped 
with Viscount Deerhurst, to avoid the law's 
delay. The lady has in her own right 
;^ 1 00,000, in Scotland. Gazette of 
STALL Eliza, daughter of William, and James 
Greene Peckham, at Newport. Gazette of 

Gen. Isaac and Charlotte Matilda Viall, 
.daughter of Nathaniel; of Newport, at Tiv- 
erton. Gazette of 

Eliza D., daughter of Gen. Isaac, and Wil- 
liam D. Boss, at Newport. Gazette of 
STANDFIELD Eliza and Benjamin Albro, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
STANDISH Eliza B. and Charles G. Smith, of 
Rhode Island, at Preston, Ct. Gazette of 
STANFORD Rev. John, A. M., and Sally Ten 
Eyck, both of New York, by Rev. Dr. 
John Livingstone, 
STANHOPE John, of Newport, and Anna Law- 
rence, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of the late Edward, and Ben- 
jamin H. Pitman, at Newport. Gazette of 

Phebe R., daughter of William, and Joseph 
C. Card, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 



Jan. 8, 1823 
June II, 1811 
May 15, 1824 

March 5, 1774 

Nov. I, 1807 
Nov. 1 6, 1820 
April 6, 1822 

Oct. 15, 1822 
June 5, 1823 

March 16, 1824 

Oct. 19, 1811 
Oct. 8, 1803 

July 12, 1817 

May II, 1822 

Aug. 28, 1802 

July 27, 1825 

June 16, 1790 
Dec. IS, 1798 
Dec. 29, 1810 

Jan. 9, 1819 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



359 



STANHOPE Thomas S. and Elizabeth Fowler, 
daughter of Capt. Slocum Fowler, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Elton. Gazette of 

Harriet, daughter of the late Edward, and 
Samuel Greene, at Newport. Gazette of 

Harriet, daughter of Edward, and Samuel 
Greene, at Newport. Gazette of 

Abby H., daughter of William, and Henry 
Taggart, at Newport. Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of the late Edward, and Isaac 
V. Burdict, at Newport. Gazette of 
STANLEY Dr. Thomas, of Attleboro, and Polly 
Norton, of this town, by the Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of 

Mary, of Sheflfield, and Thomas Bell, the 
Irish Giant, in England. Gazette of 

Mrs. Levina and Elijah Beene, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, all of and at this town, 

Herman and Susan Frances Cole, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Capt. Jacob P., of Maine, and Ruth Ann 
Coggeshall, daughter of Caleb, at Scituate. 
Gazette of 
STAPLES William C.,of Cumberland, and Phebe 
Eddy, eldest daughter of George, of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

William R., Esq., counsellor at law, and Re- 
becca M. Power, eldest daughter of Major 
Nicholas, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
STANTON Mrs. Phebe and Luther Greene, in 
this town. Gazette of 

John C. and Emma Ann Peckham, daughter 
of Timothy, both of South Kingstown, at 
Exeter, 

William Penn, of Warren, and Mary H. 
Walker, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Gazette of 

Rebecca M., of this town, and George W. 
Allen, of Little Compton, at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Robey H., daughter of Daniel, of South 
Kingstown, and Pardon T. Hammond, of 
North Kingstown, at said former place. 
Gazette of 

Gen. Joseph, of Charlestown, R. I., and 
Susan Halburton, daughter of Major 
Thomas, of and at South Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of 



June 26, 1820 

Oct. 31, 1821 

Nov. 3, 1 82 1 

July 20, 1822 

Aug. 23, 1823 

June II, 1796 

July 12, 1806 

March 16, 1820 

Sept. 22, 1823 

Nov. 29, 1823 
April II, 1819 

Nov. 27, 182 1 
Feb. 28, 1795 

Nov. 12, 1 816 

Feb. 7, 1818 

Dec. 24, 1 81 8 

March 8, 1823 

Oct. 22, 1823 



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STANWOOD Amelia Sargent and Rev. An- 
drew Bigelow, of Medford, at Glocester, 
Mass. Gazette of 

STARBUCK Capt. Hezekiah, of Nantucket, 
and Polly Thurston, dau. of late John, at 
Newport. Gazette of 
Eunice, daughter of Joseph, of Nantucket, 
and William Hadwin, formerly of this 
town, at said Nantucket. Gazette of 

STARKWEATHER Oliver and Marian Clay, 
daughter of Capt. James, at Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 
Sarah, eldest daughter of Oliver, Esq., of 
Pawtucket, and William Allen, of Reho- 
both, merchant, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 
Cynthia and Charles Day, at Killingly, by 

Rev. Mr. Whitmore. Gazette of 
James C. and Almira C. Underwood, both of 

and at Seekonk, 
Rebecca, only daughter of Hon. Oliver, and 
Lyman Claflen, both of and at Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 

STARR Mary, daughter of Jared, Esq., and Col. 
Samuel Greene, editor of the "Connecticut 
Gazette.'' Gazette of 
Jared, of New London, merchant, and Mrs. 
Esther Niles, at South Kingstown. Ga- 
zette of 

STOUGHTON Leonora M., daughter of Rev. 
William, D. D., President of Columbia Col- 
lege, and Rev. Samuel W. Lynd, at Wash- 
ington City. Gazette of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. Dr. Stoughton, 
President of Columbia College, and Dr. 
John L Temple, of Hanover Co., Va., at 
Columbia District, Va. Gazette of 

STAYNER Edward, of Halifax, and Sarah H. 
Doyle, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

STEAD Thomas Jefferson and Frances Eliza- 
beth Dyer, youngest daughter of Benja- 
min, Esq., both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

STEARNS Mary, of Walpole, and Zephaniah 
Kidder, of Pawtuxet, at said Walpole. Ga- 
zette of 

STEBBENS Mary and Alanson S. Daniels, both 
of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

STEDMAN Mrs. Mary, of Boston, and William 
Donnison, merchant. Gazette of 



Feb. 7, 1824 

Nov. 30, 1 77 1 

Nov. 9, 1822 

Jan. 8, 1785 

July 22, 1810 
Jan. 21, 1815 
June 7, 1821 

March 9, 1822 

March 5, 1803 

March 16, 1805 

Aug. 27, 1823 

April 21, 1824 
July 13, 1823 

Feb. 21, 1825 

Aug. 2, 1823 
Feb. 10, 1822 
Aug. 16, 1783 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



361 



STEADMAN William, Esq., of Lancaster, 

Mass., and Almy Ellery, daughter of Wil- 
liam, Esq. Gazette of 
STEERE Richard, Esq., of Glocester, and Lydia 

Arnold, only daughter of Dr. William, of 

and at Smithfield. Gazette of 
Asahel, Esq., attorney at law, and Sally 

Kimball, daughter of Major Amherst, both 

of and at Glocester, 
Elisha, Esq., and Esther Abbleby, daughter 

of Thomas, all of and at Smithfield, 
Enoch and Rhoda Peck, second daughter of 

Isaac, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Jacob and Peggy Wolfe, both of and at York, 

Penn. , 
Jemima, daughter of Richard, Esq., and 

Benjamin Spear, both of and at Smithfield, 

by Rev Mr. Potter. Gazette of 
Ruth Clarke, daughter of the late Capt. Wan- 
ton, of this town, and Amherst Kimball, 

Jr., at Glocester. Gazette of 
Clavis, of Thompson, Ct., and Mary Steere, 

daughter of Capt. Wanton, late of this 

town, at Scituate. Gazette of 
Mary, daughter of Capt. Wanton, late of this 

town, and Clavis Steere, of Thompson, Ct., 

at Scituate. Gazette of 
Lydia and Daniel Thornton, Jr., at Johnston. 

Gazette of 
Jonah and Alice Smith, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
STEEL Cynthia, of Albany, N. Y., and Charles 

R. Webster, printer. Gazette of 
STEELE Benjamin and Huldah Crawford, at 

Providence, 
Mary B., daughter of Benjamin, and Nicholas 

Brown, Esq., in this town, by Rev Dr. 

Gano, 
James, 76, and Deborah Iron, 71, at Isle of 

Wight Co., Va., 
STEPHENS Mrs. Hannah and Oliver Hay ward, 

Esq., in 78th year, at Brookfield, 
Sally, of Newport, and Jacob Harman, of 

Philadelphia. Gazette of 
Ann and Edward Proctor, both of Boston, 
fPP?!^. by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
STERLING Henrietta, daughter of Dr. Henry, 

and Capt. Samuel Allen. Gazette of 
Dr. Henry, Jr., of this town, and Christian 



Oct. 30, 1790 

Nov. 26, 1 79 1 

Oct. 16, 1814 
Sept. 22, 1815 

March 31, 1816 
May 16, 1818 

Jan. 31, 1820 

Oct. 19, 1820 

June 21, 1823 

June 21, 1823 

March 17, 1824 

May 15, 1825 

April 23, 1796 

Nov. 27, 1768 

July 22, 1 80 1 
April 24, 1820 
April 4, 1765 
Oct. 24, 1772 
May 23, 1813 
Aug. 28, 1790 



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STERLING : 

Little, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, at 

Bridgewater, Mass. Gazette of Nov. 5, 1791 

Mrs. Christiana, of this town, and Joseph 
Tisdale, Esq., of Taunton, May 27, 1805 

STERMEY Joseph and Betsey Black, daughter 
of the late Samuel, by the Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. Gazette of June 2, 1798 
STERNE Samuel and Sally Baker, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock, May 30, 1818 

William and Abby Billings, both of this town, Sept. 16, 18 19 

Hannah, daughter of the late Samuel, and 
Solomon Gladding, all of Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, Sept. 9, 1821 

Mrs. Sarah B., daughter of the late Capt. 
William H. Baker, and Elnathan Manches- 
ter, at Newport, Dec. 21, 1824 
STERRY Capt. Robert and Nancy Cooke, 
daughter of Hon. Nicholas, at Providence. 
Gazette of Nov. 2, 1771 

Mrs. Ann, widow of Capt. Robert, and Capt. 

Asa Waterman, of Norwich. Gazette of July 26, 1777 

Mrs. . widow of Capt. Samuel, and 

William Lamed. Gazette of April 9, 1774 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, ' and 
Eleazer B. Billings, merchant, in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Dec. 6, 1806 

Lieut. Robert, U. S. Army, and Louisa 
Ann Arden, eldest daughter of James, 
Esq., at New York, by Rev. Mr. Townley, Dec. 11, 1809 

Louisa H., daughter of Cyprian, Esq., of this 
town, and George W. Steinhauer, at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 30, 18 17 

Anna R., of this town, and James Taylor 
Goodwin, of Columbia, S. C, at New 
York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen, July 29, 18 17 

Sophia R., daughter of Cyprian, and Dr. Jo- 
seph Mauran, both of and at this town, Oct. 12, 1820 
STEVENS Polly, of Providence, and William 

Elliott, of Exeter, merchant. Gazette of May 8. 1773 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Rebecca Hodgsdon. Ga- 
zette of Oct. IS, 1774 

Nancy and Joseph Mason. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1787 

Polly and Christopher Hill. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1787 

Mrs. Judeth and Rev. John Murray, of Glo- 
cester, and pastor of the church there, at 
Salem. Gazette of Oct. 18, 1788 

Amey, of Ballstown, N. Y., and John Marvin, 
of Albany, merchant, at Ballstown. Ga- 
zette of June 18, 1803 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 363 

STEVENS Lydia, daughter of Robert, of New- 
port, and Calvin Hitchcock, Pastor of First 
Congregational Church, at said Newport. 
Gazette of May lo, 1817 

Jeannette, 60, at Perry, N. Y., and Lyman 
Hindham, 20, after a two days' courtship. 
Gazette of June 12, 1819 

Nathaniel and Abby K. Tallman, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Feb. 20, 1820 

Capt. Joseph G. and Sarah D. Freebody, 
daughter of William, at Newport. Gazette 1 

of Oct. 30, 1820 

John and Catharme Sisson, at Newport. 

Gazette of Sept. 17, 1823 

Eliza, aged 14 years, and Gen. John Edgar, 
of New Jersey, an officer of the Revolu- 
tion, aged 90 years, at Williamsburgh, Illi- 
nois. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1824 

Abigail and Rev. Isaac Kimball, both of and 

at Middleboro. Gazette of May 29, 1824 

Sarah, daughter of the late Joseph, of New- 
port, and Albert Cove, of Ware, N. H., at 
said Newport. Gazette of April 17. 1824 

STEVENSON James, aged 100, and Elizabeth _ 
Canings, aged 68, at Staunton, Va. Ga- 
zette of July 22, 1809 

Henry J. and Sarah Reynolds, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Dec. 29, 1816 

STEWART Duncan, Esq., Collector of Customs 
for New London, and Nancy Irving, of 
John, merchant, of Boston, " Dec. 31, 1766 

Archibald, merchant, and Mrs. Hut- 
ton, widow of Capt. James, formerly of 
Newport, at Providence, Feb. 4, 1770 

Frances and John Handy, Esq., of Newport, 
, at New London. Gazette of June 11, 1796 

Jane, daughter of Archibald, and Robert S. 

Packard, merchant. Gazette of Nov. 16, 1799 

Capt. Charles and Susan Holden, May 11, 1806 

Capt. Charles, Jr., of this town, and Mrs. 
Margaret Williams, of and at New York, 
by Rev. Mr. Lyell, March 4, 18 10 

Charles, U. S. Navy, Commander of the 
Frigate Constitution, and Delia Tudor, 
daughter of the Hon. William, at Trinity 
Church, Boston, by Rev. J. S. Gardiner. 
Gazette of Dec. 4, 181 3 

Mary Ann, daughter of William, and Andrew 

Tennant, at Newport, Dec. 14, 181 8 



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STICKNEY John, merchant, and Mrs. Mary- 
Ann Gracche, at Baltimore, by the Rt. 
Rev. Bishop Carroll. Gazette of 

STIENHAUER George W. and Louisa H. 
Sterry, daughter of Cyprian, Esq., of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

STILES Rev. Dr. , President of Yale 

College, and Mrs. Mary Checkly, widow of 
William, of this town, 
Mary, youngest daughter of Rev. Dr. Stiles, 
and Rev. Abiel Holmes, of Georgia, at New 
Haven. Gazette of 

STILL Emily and Almira, twin sisters, aged 23 
years, and Eleazer and Josiah Stoddard, 
twin brothers, aged 28 years, of Ruper, Vt., 
at Moreau, N. Y. Gazette of 

STILLMAN Benjamin Morgan and Mary 
Balch, at Boston. Gazette of 
Mary and Nathaniel Balch, Jr., at Boston. 

Gazette of 
Debby, youngest daughter of Rev. Dr. Still- 
man, and Rev. Thomas Gray, at Boston. 
Gazette of 
William, Jr., of Westerly, and Charlotte 
Champlain, daughter of Adam, Esq., of 
and at Hopkinton. Gazette of 

STILLWELL Daniel and Lydia Sheldon, 

daughter of Capt. Christopher. Gazette of 

Capt. Daniel and Mrs. Sarah Bailey, widow 

of Capt. Gideon. Gazette of 
Nicholas and Elizabeth Page, daughter of 

William. Gazette of 
Daniel and Sally Knight Richmond, daugh- 
ter of William, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Abraham and Abby Davis, daughter of John, 

Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
Lydia Sheldon and Samuel Young Atwell, 
Esq., attorney at law, in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Lydia Sheldon, eldest daughter of the late 
Christopher S., and Major John B. Chace, 
in this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

STINESS Philip B. and Mary Marsh, at Slaters- 
ville. Gazette of 

STILES Mary L. and Benjamin R. Smith, of 
this town ; bride was of and marriage at 
Columbia Co., Ohio. Gazette of 

STOCKBRIDGE Ruth Otis, eldest daughter of 
Dr. Charles, and Ebenezer Thompson, 
merchant, of Providence, at Scituate, 
Mass. Gazette of 



March 24, 1804 

June 30, 1817 

Oct. 17, 1782 

Sept. II, 1790 

March 26, 18 14 
Dec. 26, 1789 
Dec. 26, 1789 

June I, 1793 

May 16, 1818 
Feb. 19, 1774 
March 5, 1796 
Aug. 22, 1 801 

Dec. 24, 1807 
Sept. 23, 181 5 

Dec. 31, 1820 

Oct. s, 1825 
July 16, 1825 

Nov. 26, 1823 
Feb. I, 1809 



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365 



STOCKER James and Abigail Arnold, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
STOCKPOLE William, Jr., Esq., attorney at 
law, and Mrs. N. Hodgdon, at Dedham. 
Gazette of 
STODDARD Martin, of Sutton, Mass., and 
Betsey Guild, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Lewis, 

Eleazer and Josiah, twin brothers, aged 28 
years, of Ruper, Vt., and Emily and Al- 
mira Still, twin sisters, aged 23 years, at 
Moreau, N. Y. Gazette of 

William and Lydia M. Stow, daughter of 
Samuel, both of and at this town, 

Rev. Isaac, of New London, and Ellen Ward- 
well, eldest daughter of Allen, Esq., of 
and at Bristol. Gazette of 
STODDERT Hannah, daughter of Benjamin, 
Esq., of Bladensburg, and Hon. George 
Washington Campbell, U. S. Senator from 
Tennessee, at Washington, 
STOKES John and Louisa Mathewson, at 

Johnston. Gazette of 
STONE Mrs. Phebe, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., 
and Dea. John Baker, at Johnston. Ga- 
zette of 

William, of Killingly, and Lydia Arnold, 
daughter of William, Esq., at Glocester, 

Welcome A., of this town, and Lydia Corey, 
of East Greenwich. Gazette of 

Maria and Noah Tatten, printer, at New 
York. Gazette of 

Henry, of Johnston, and Lusina Winsor, 
daughter of Augustus, of Smithfield, at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cooper, 

Mr. and Miss Marble, at 

Charlton, Mass. Gazette of 

Mary, of Weston, Mass., and Ezra Hutchins, 
of Killingly, Ct., at said Weston. Gazette 
of 

Amey, daughter of Edmunds, and Senaca 
Stone, both of Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Knight, 

Senaca and Amey Stone, daughter of Ed- 
munds, both of Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Knight, 

Almira, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and 
Daniel Greene, at Johnston, by Elder 
Sprague. Gazette of 

Nancy, of Pawtuxet, and Major Job Water- 
man, Jr., at Johnston. Gazette of 



Dec. s, 1810 
Jan. 22, 1803 
Feb. 21, 1813 

March 26, 181 4 
Feb. 17, 1822 

July 9, 1825 

July 19, 1812 
Aug. 25, 1821 

April 3, 1773 

March 17, 1805 

April II, 1807 

'July 8, 1809 

April 25, 181 3 
June II, 1814 

Sept. 24, 1 814 

Aug. 31, 1817 

Aug. 31, 1817 

Sept. 28, 1820 
Oct. 22, 1823 



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STORY Joseph and Maria Fitch OUver, daugh- 
ter of the late Rev. Thomas Fitch Oliver, 
formerly of Providence, at Salem. Gazette 
of 
Perkins and Rachal Burnham, at Ipswich, 
Mass., 

STOW Mary, of Providence, and Joseph Smith, 
Jr., of Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Samuel and Catharine Hamm, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 
Lydia M., daughter of Samuel, and William 
Stoddard, both of and at this town, 

STOWE Celinda, daughter of Samuel, and Amos 
Sylvester, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

STRAIGHT Mrs. Rebecca, daughter of Henry, 
and Richard Blanchard, both of Coventry, 

STRANHAN Thomas and Miss Kerr, 

at Craigmore, near Randalstown, Eng., by 
Rev. Mr. Hogg. Gazette of 

STRATTON Szilly, of Boston, and John Paine, 
of Charlestown, Mass. Gazette of 
John, Jr., of Lee, N. Y., and Phebe Clem- 
mons, daughter of the late John, of and 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

STREETER George, of Mendon, and Lydia 
Lathan, eldest daughter of Elisha, of and 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Mowry, 

STRONG Dr. Joseph, of Hartford, Ct., and Re- 
becca Young, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 
Clarissa, daughter of Hon. Caleb, of 
Northampton, Mass., and Timothy Dwigbt, 
Jr., at New Haven, 

STROUT Capt. Joseph, Jr., of Norwich, Ct., 
and Mary Melville Townsend, of and at 
Newport. Gazette of 

STUART Lady , third daughter of Rt. 

Hon. John, Earl of Bute, and the Duke of 
Gordon, treaty of marriage announced. 
Gazette of 
Lord Henry, private secretary of Mr. Liston 
when Ambassador to the United States, 

and Lady Villiers, with a fortune 

of ;^io,ooo a year, in England. Gazette of 
Peter B. and Mrs. Sarah Johnson, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

STUDLEY Simeon and Betsey Baxter, at Paw- 
tucket. Gazette of 
Eunice and Edmund Nelson, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 



Dec. 22, 1804 
Nov. 30, 181 5 
Dec. 6, 1807 
Nov. 17, 181 1 
Feb. 17, 1822 
July 26, 1813 
March 23, 1769 

March 5, 1823 
Nov. 19, 181 1 

Sept. 9, 1 8 16 

May II, 1823 
Sept. 17, 1796 

May 25, 1809 
Sept. 8, 1824 

March 9, 1765 

Oct. 16, 1802 

Dec. I, 1824 

July 13, 1822 

Jan. 30, 1825 



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367 



STURGES George W. and Mary Anna Chan- 
nmg, daughter of Walter, Esq., of and at 
Boston. Gazette of 

STURTEVANT Lemuel and Mrs. Mary Smith, 
both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
Winslow, of Pembroke, Mass., and Mrs. 
Sarah B. Hatch, of Hanson, Mass., at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

STUTSON Susannah, of Seekonk, and Peter 
Taylor, of North Providence, 

SULLINGS David, of New Bedford, and Abby 
Richardson, of and at Newport. Gazette 
of 

SULLIVAN Richard, Esq., attorney at law, of 
Boston, and Sarah Russell, daughter of 
Hon. Thomas, at Charlestown, Mass. Ga- 
zette of 
Cornelius and Isabella Holliday, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, all of and at this town, 

SUMMERS Humphrey, of South Carolina, and 
Marcy Olney, of Providence, at Hampton. 
Gazette of 
Palmer, of New York, and Eliza Shaw, of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

SUMNER Benjamin, of Boston, and Mary 
Greene, daughter of Jacob, of Coventry. 
Gazette of 
Margaret G., daughter of Benjamin, Esq., 
and George B. Proctor, at Coventry, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis. Gazette of 
Seth, of Maine, and Amey Davis, daughter 
of James, formerly of this town, at Water- 
town, Mass , 
Sarah May, daughter of the late Samuel, 
Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., and John C. How- 
ard, Esq., of Hampton, at said Pomfret, by 
Rev. Walter Lyon, 
Mary, daughter of Capt. John N., and Sam- 
uel Bowen, of Thompson, Ct., in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

SUTTON Henrietta S., of Seekonk, and Amos 
Lefevre, of North Providence, at said See- 
konk, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Sarah Frances, eldest daughter of Oliver, 
and James G. Armington, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, all of and at this town, 
Charles C. and Mary Daggett, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all ot and at this town, 
William, Jr., of this town, and Laura Ann 
Gage, of Pawtucket, at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 



May 22, 1824 
June 18, 1 81 8 

Sept. 30, 1825 
March 13, 1814 

Jan. 8, 1823 

May 26, 1804 
Nov. 27, 1 81 7 

Aug. 26, 1769 
March 7, 1824 

Jan. 5, 1788 

Nov. 17, 1 810 

Nov. 9, 1817 

■ Oct. 7, 1823 

May 8, 1825 

Dec. 4, 1817 

Dec. 14, 181 8 
Sept. 5, 1 81 9 

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SUTTON Catharine B., daughter of Oliver, of 

this town, and Lyman Jenckes, of Ludlow, 

Mass., at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

SWAN Patty and John Kneeland, printer, at 

Boston. Gazette of 

Betsey and John Titus, at Attleboro. Ga- 
zette of 

Christiana Keadie, second daughter of James, 
Esq., and John T. Sargent, merchant, at 
Boston, by Rev. Mr. Freeman, 

Nathaniel P. and Maria Reynolds, daughter 
of Jonathan, Esq., at Bristol. Gazette of 

James, Jr., Esq., and Caroline Fluker Knox, 
youngest daughter of the late Hon. Henry, 
at New Jersey. Gazette of 

Thomas and Mary Martin, at Lynn, 

Charles E., of Smithfield, and Merilla Bur- 
lingame, of and at Glocester. Gazette of 

William and Susan Williams, daughter of 
John, at Newport. Gazette of 
SWARTZ Mary, eldest daughter of the late 
Capt. Swartz, of Newport, and Comfort 
Eddy, Jr., of this town, in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Catharine and Comfort Eddy, in .this town. 
Gazette of 
SWATLIN Nathan and Lydia Andrus, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
SWEET Polly, daughter of Capt. Nehemiah, and 
Paul Draper. Gazette of 

Amelia and Aaron Draper. Gazette of 

Esther and Peyton Dana. Gazette of 

Cynthia, daughter of Nehemiah, and Jona- 
than Gladding. Gazette of 

Stephen and Roba Chace, daughter of Sam- 
uel, at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Joseph, merchant, and Abigail Bishop, eld- 
est daughter of Capt. Lemuel, by Rev. 
Dr. Messer, 

John and Lydia Durfee, daughter of the late 
Capt. Ezekiel, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Michael, Jr., of Norton, and Mary S. West- 
cott, daughter of John, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Cornell. Gazette of 

Betsey, of Smithfield, and Ethan Olney, of 
North Providence, at said Smithfield, 

Joseph and Julia Lippitt, eldest daughter of 
Charles, Esq., in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, 



Aug. 2, 1825 

Sept. 12, 1772 

May 18, 1799 

Oct. 12, 1806 
Nov. 28, 1807 

June 18, 1808 
Nov. 12, 1820 

July 17, 1822 

May II, 1825 

Nov. 16, 1815 

Sept. I, 1 82 1 

Sept. 27, 1807 

Nov. 13, 1790 
Oct. 29, 1791 
Oct. 29, 1791 

June 7, 1794 

Feb. 20, 1802 

March 17, 1805 
Sept. 20, 1807 

March 17, 1810 
Nov. 21, i8ii 

Sept. 19, 1814 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 359 

SWEET Sally, youngest daughter of Philip, of 

Smithfield, and Eraor Harris, at said 

Smithfield, Feb. 20, 1815 

Marcy, daughter of Philip, of Smithfield, and 

Stephen Belknap, of Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Sprague, Oct. 25, 1815 

Elizabeth, daughter of Benajah, of this town, 

and William Manchester, of Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 26, 1815 

Minzey and Sarah Barker, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 18, 1818 

William and Sally Sheldon, at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague. Gazette of Oct. 30, 1820 

Anne, daughter of Valentine, and Stephen 

Belknap, Esq., at Johnston. Gazette of June 13, 1821 

Mrs. Maria and Charles Greene, at Coventry, 

by Rev. Mr. Smith, Sept. 9, 1821 

Jesse B., of this town, and Joanna Sayles, 

daughter of Smith, of and at Smithfield, Dec. 25, 1821 

Leonard, of this town, and Lucy Faxon, of 

and at North Providence. Gazette of April 6, 1822 

Oliver and Sarah Ann Gould, daughter of 

Thomas, of Middletown, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Jan. I, 1823 
Otis and Eliza Y. Williams, daughter of the 

late Howell, both of and at this town, April 24, 1823 

Nancy, youngest daughter of Gideon, and 

George H. Peck, both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 12, 1823 

Gideon,. Jr., and Robey Wood, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 17, 1823 

Angel), of Upton, and Mrs. Mary A. Hol- 

royd, of and at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. 

Judson, April 28, 1825 

Brown, of Smithfield, and Mary W. Mathew- 

son, daughter of Philip, of and at Johnston. 

Gazette of May i, 1825 

Anthony, of Smithfield, and Maria Bartlett, 

of and at Cumberland. Gazette of Aug. 24, 1825 

Celinda, of West Greenwich, and John 

Blanchard, of Coventry, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 25, 1825 

Phebe and Nathaniel Langley, both of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem. Sept. 25, 1825 

SWEETING Nancy, daughter of Capt. Job, and 

Capt. John Humphrey. Gazette of Oct. 12, 1782 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Job, and William 

Magee. Gazette of , Nov. 14. 1789 

Ann, daughter of Capt. Job, and Capt. Ben- 
jamin Page. Gazette of Nov. 12, 1791 



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SWEETING Henry and Sally Durfee, daughter 

of Ezekiel. Gazette of 
SWEETLAND Mary, of Attleboro, and 

Loammi Day, Jr., by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Nancy D. and James Fairbanks, Jr., at Attle- 
boro. Gazette of 
Betsey and Benjamin Balcom, Jr., both of 

and at Attleboro. Gazette of 
Halsey and Amey Richardson, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, 
Charlotte and Oliver Gorton, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
SWIFT Caroline B., of, this town, and Daniel 

Hallett, of and at Yarmouth, by Rev. Mr. 

Alden, 
SWINBOURNE Abby, daughter of Nathaniel, 

and Thomas Melville, at Newport. Gazette 

of 
Lydia, daughter of the late Daniel, and Capt, 

Joshua C. Bigley, both of and at Newport. 

Gazette of 
SWINEY Miss and Patrick Hogg, in 

Ireland. Gazette of 
SYLVESTER Amos and Celinda Stowe, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Amos and Sally Humes, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Oathman, 
John, Jr., and Sally Burbank, at Plymouth. 

Gazette of 
SYMMES Capt. , of Boston, and Miss , 

of Margaret St., London. Gazette of 
SYMONDS James, of Salem, and Ednah Bishop, 

of and at Cumberland. Gazette of 
SYNDER Simon, Governor of Pennsylvania, and 

Mrs. Mary Scott, at Harrisburg. Gazette 

of 
SYNJA Jacob and Bathsheba Warner, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



May 23, 1795 
Nov. 2, 1806 

July 21, 1821 
July 6, 1822 

March 18, 1824 
Aug. 3, 1825 

July 20, 1817 

Oct. 23, 1820 

Sept. 14, 1822 

March 23, 1825 

July 26, 1813 

Aug. 21, 1821 

July 2, 1823 

May 30, 1772 

Sept. 24, 18 14 

Oct. 29, 1814 
May 23, 1813 



TABOR Mrs 
zette of 



and John Warner. Ga- 



Nancy, daughter of Ichabod, and Daniel 
Wilkinson, at North Providence. Gazette 
of 



March 3, 1798 



Sept. 7, 1799 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



371 



TABOR Sally and John R. Carpenter, both of 
this town. Gazette of 

Joseph and Mrs. Nancy Hefferlon, both of 
this town. Gazette of 

Eunice E., eldest daughter of Thomas, and 
Hugh H. Brown,, one of the editors of the 
Providence Gazette, both of this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah and William Mason, at Seekonk, 
Mass., by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Joseph and Mary Martin, both of Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Blake, 

Constant, 47, and Olive Morse, 28, in this 
town, 

John and Mary H. Greene, daughter of Sam- 
uel, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
at Pawtuxet, 

Samuel M. and Joanna Field, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. John, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Hannah and Job G. Hazard, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary, daughter of the late Reuben, and 
James Horsewell, at Newport. Gazette of 

Otis and Mary Warner, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
at this town, 

Saimuel M., of this town, and Mary Eddy, of 
and at Westport, 

Pardon, of this place, and Mary L. Talbott, of 
Dighton, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge. 
Gazette of 

Camelia, of Little Compton, and Gamaliel 
Tabor, of New Bedford, at Tiverton. Ga- 
zette of 

Gamaliel, of New Bedford, and Camelia Ta- 
bor, of Little Compton, at Tiverton. Ga- 
zette of 

Sarah H., daughter of Joseph, of Pawtucket, 
and Oliver W. Field, of and at this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Ann, daughter of the late Joseph, of Middle- 
town, and Benjamin G. Rodman, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

George and Susan P. Taggart, daughter of 
the late Ca{3t. Joseph, of and at Middle- 
town. Gazette of 
TAFT Gravenor and Betsey Potter, daughter of 
William. Gazette of 

Sabra and Pardon B. Howard, of this town, 
at Mendon, Mass., 

Ann and Peter Wheelock, both of Mendon, 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Oct. 2, 1802 
June 18, 1803 

May 21, 1815 

Sept. 8, 1816 

Oct. 6, 1816 

Jan. 31, 1819 

Oct. 24, 1819 

Feb. 6, 1820 

Nov. 5, 1820 

Sept. 29, 1 82 1 

Dec. 2, 1821 

Dec. 29, 1822 

Oct. 8, 1823 

Oct. 29, 1823 

Oct. 29, 1823 

March 31, 1825 

June I, 1825 

Sept. 21, 1825 
Aug. 28, 1802 
Dec. 16, 1810 
March 2, 1812 



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TAFT Mary and Samuel T. Holroyd, merchant, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
Hannah, of Townsend, Vt., and Peter Olney, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, in this town. Gazette 

of 
Mowrey, formerly of Uxbridge, and Louisa 

Waterman, both of Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, 
Capt. Adolphus and Abby J. Clarke, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ezra and Mary C. W. White, both of and at 

Uxbridge, 
Orray and Deborah Keith, daughter of Royal, 

Esq., of and at Grafton, Mass. Gazette of 
Mary and Nathan D. Ruggles, at Mendon. 

Gazette of 
Almira, eldest daughter of Sweeting, and 

Whiting Metcalf, 
Samuel and Eliza Young, at Slatersville. Ga- 
zette of 
TAGGART Almy, daughter of the late Will- 
iam, of Newport, and Isaac Eveleth, Jr., 

by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Richmond, of Newport, and Abby Newman, 

daughter of John, of this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Henry and Abby H. Stanhope, daughter of 

William, at Newport. Gazette of 
William, Jr., and Sarah Ann Smith, daughter 

of Jonathan, at Newport. Gazette of 
Susan P., daughter of the late Capt. Josiah, 

of Middletown, and George Tabor, at Mid- 

dletown. Gazette of 
TALBOT Silas and Nancy Richmond, daughter 

of Dea. Barzillai. Gazette of 
Benjamin, Jr., and Sally Gardiner, daughter 

of Col. Caleb. Gazette of 
Rebecca, daughter of Benjamin, and Gusta- 

vus Taylor. Gazette of 
Eliza, late of this town, and George Metcalf, 

Esq., of Albany, N. Y., attorney at law, 

at Johnston, N. Y. Gazette of 
Cyrus, of New York, and Alice Smith, 

daughter of Rev. John, of Dighton, Mass. 

Gazette of ■ 
Nancy, daughter of Benjamin, and Sylvester 

Simmons, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ga- 
zette of 
Ephraim, merchant, and Sally Whipple, 

daughter of Samuel. Gazette of 



April 24, 1 813 

July 30, 1 814 

Oct. 3, 1819 
July 10, 1820 
April 18, 1 82 1 
Sept. 26, 1 82 1 
Dec. 22, 1 82 1 
April 15, 1823 
July 16, 1825 

Nov. 21, 1799 

Jan. I, 1 82 1 

July 20, 1822 

Jan. I, 1823 

Sept. 21, 1825 

March 7, 1772 

Dec. 6, 1788 

Sept. 25, 1796 

April 2, 1 79 1 

March 31, 1798 

June 16, 1798 
April 5, 1800 



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373 



TALBOT Theodore R, Esq., of New York, and 
Mrs. Eliza Cox, second daughter of Com- 
modore Truxton, at Perth Amboy, N. J. 
Gazette of 

Commodore Silas and Mrs. Eliza Pintard, at 
New York, by Rev. Dr. Rogers, 

Lydia and Leonard Bliss, Esq., both of and 
at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Mary and John Pitman, Jr., Esq., of Salem, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Frances Eleanor, daughter of Benjamin, of 
this town, and Giles Mumford, merchant, 
at Fayetteville, N. C. Gazette of 

Capt. Seth and Mary Ware, daughter of the 
late Dr. George, of Dighton, Mass., by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mary L., of Dighton, and Pardon Tabor, of 
and at this place, by Rev. Mr. Mudge. 
Gazette of 
TALCHER Mademoiselle, a relative of the Em- 
press Josephine, and the reigning Prince 
of Ahremberg, at Paris, France. Gazette 
of 
TALLAFERO Dr. John, aged 82, and Mrs. 
Lydia Howard, aged 75, at Milledgeville, 
Geo. Gazette of 

TALMAN Dr. and Heroine Jenkins, 

daughter of John, of this town, at Hudson, 
N. Y. Gazette of 
TALLMAN Betsey, youngest daughter of Col. 
Benjamin, and Oliver Kendall. Gazette of 

Ardelia, of this town, and Joseph Bly, of 
and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

William, of this town, and Hannah Ran- 
dolph, formerly of Nantucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

Mrs. Elizabeth, of Washington, and James 
Bufifington, late of Swanzey, at said Wash- 
ington, 

Abby K. and Nathaniel Stevens, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Ann Eliza, daughter of Dr. John, Mayor of 
the town of Hudson, N. Y., and A. G. 
Whitney, of Detroit, at said Hudson. Ga- 
zette of 

Caroline Marion, daughter of Dr. John, 
Mayor of Hudson, N. Y., and Frank Pun- 
derson, at said Hudson. Gazette of 

Louisa and William Dawley, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



June II, 1803 

May 19, 1808 

March 24, 1810 

Oct. 22, 1812 

Oct. 21, 1815 

Aug. 9, 1819 

Oct. 8, 1823 

June 4, 1808 

Aug. 13, 1814 

Feb. 4, 1786 

Nov. 3, 1 810 

March 12, 1815 

Oct. 12, 1817 

Jan. 16, 1820 
Feb. 20, 1820 

May 8, 1820 

May 8, 1820 
Nov. 12, 1820 



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TALLMAN Harriet C, daughter of Dr. John, of 
Hudson, N. Y., and Dr. John L. Whiting, 
of Detroit, at said Hudson, 
Ruth, daughter of John, and John Boyd, 

both of and at Portsmouth. Gazette of 
Caroline and Samuel Lopez, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Harriet, daughter of William, and Joseph 
Childs, Jr., of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

TAMOREE Sen., King of Atooi, and Karha- 
manha, dowager of Tamahamaha, late King 
of the Sandwich Islands, at Woahoo, 
S. I. Gazette of 

TANNER John, Esq., and Mrs. Freelove 
Saunders, both late of Newport, at West- 
erly, by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Gazette of 
Mary G. and Samuel Spencer, both of Cov- 
entry, at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas Man- 
chester, 
John and Sally Gardiner, at South Kings- 
town. Gazette of 

TARP John and Mrs. Potter, widow of 

the late Reuben. Gazette of 

TATEM Rev. Henry, Pastor of Second Baptist 
Church, and Abby A. T. King, daughter 
of Joseph, both of and at Cranston. Ga- 
zette of 

TATNALL Sarah and Benjamin Smith, of 
Rhode Island, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

TANTON Henry, 95 years, and Mrs. H 

Galton, 47 years ; the groom lived with his 
first wife 74 years, and by whom he had 
7 children. The youngest is now 60 
years old, at the Abbey Church, Bath, 
Eng., 

TAYLOR John, of Johnston, aged 89 years, 
and Mrs. Annie Kelton, of this town, aged 
72 years, 
Sally and Benajah Carpenter, at Providence. 

Gazette of 
Peter, hatter, and Polly Butler, daughter of 

Samuelj Esq. Gazette of 
Bethiah and Lieut. Oliver Jenckes. Gazette 

of 
Edward and Alice Dexter, daughter of 
Christopher, of North Providence. Gazette 
of 
Phebe, daughter of Joseph, of Charlestown, 
and Col. Jonathan Ellis. Gazette of 



Jan. 18, 1 82 1 
March 24, 1824 
March 25, 1824 

July 20, 1825 

May 15, 1822 

April 17, 1779 

March 8, 1821 
Oct. 27, 1 82 1 
May 18, 1799 

Aug. 31, 1816 
March 2, 1805 



April 23, 1825 

Jan. 8, 1767 

Aug. 24, 1 771 

March 5, 1774 

Feb. 10, 1 78 1 

March 15, 1788 
May 23, 1778 



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375 



TAYLOR Katy, daughter of George, Esq., of 
this town, and Capt. Joseph Crawford. 
Gazette of 

Ann, daughter of Claver, Esq., and Robert 
Jenkins, of Boston, merchant, at Ports- 
mouth, R. I., 

Robert, Jr., ' merchant, and Rhoda Smith, 
daughter of John, Esq. Gazette of 

Andrew and Betsey Field, daughter of Capt. 
John. Gazette of 

Robert, Esq., and Abigail Pitman, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

William and Elizabeth Andrews, daughter of 
Col. Zephaniah. Gazette of 

Gustavus and Rebecca Talbott, daughter of 
Benjamin. Gazette of 

Dan and Hermoine B. Campbell, at East 
Greenwich. Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of Capt. Peter, and Dr. 
John Pope. Gazette of 

James and Nancy Howland, daughter of the 
late Capt. William, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Capt. Peter and Mrs. Freelove Gladding, 
widow of John W. Gazette of 

William, merchant, and Anna Martin, daugh- 
ter of Col. Philip. Gazette of 

Rebecca, daughter of the late Col. Robert, 
and Benjamin D. Greene, by the Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Coggeshall, of Newport, and Ruth Sheffield, 
daughter of the late Capt. Aaron, of New- 
port, by the Rev. Mr. Patten, at Ports- 
mouth. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Peter, and George 
Arnold, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William V. and Abby White, daughter of 
Capt. Thomas, at Newport, 

Daniel and Sarah Florett, both of Boston, in 
this town, 

Peter, of North Providence, and Susannah 
Stutson, of Seekonk, 

Richard, 73, and Aunt Thankful Crowell, 79, 
at Yarmouth, Mass. Gazette of 

Hertilla and Capt. Christopher Burr, both of 
this town, at New York, 

Alice, only daughter of Edward, and Henry 
F. Clarke, all of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, 



April 7, 1 78 1 

Dec. 2, 1 78 1 

April 26, 1783 

July 12, 1788 

Dec. 5, 1789 

Jan. 2, 1790 

Sept. 25, 1790 

Oct. 6, 1792 

Feb. 4, 1797 

April 13, 1799 

Sept. 27, 1800 

Nov. 8, 1800 

Nov. 22, 1 80 1 

March 9, 1803 

July 22, 1 810 

Jan. 14, 181 1 

April 17, 1813 

March 13, 181 4 

Jan. 7, 1815 

March 21, 1815 

Sept. 20, 1 81 5 



376 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TAYLOR Theodore and Sophia T. Parker, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Gazette of Aug. 3, 1816 

Fally, daughter of Col. Robert, and James 

Wheaton, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 23, 1817 

George W., merchant, and Mary Taylor 

Pope, eldest daughter of the late Dr. John, 

both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 18, 1817 

Eliza A,, daughter of the late William, of 

this town, and Philip M. Fiske, of Scituate, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 7, 1817 

Eliza, daughter of Andrew, and Amasa Man- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at this 

town, Nov. 4, 1817 

Harriet, daughter of the late Capt. Gustavus, 

and Joseph Hathaway, of Boston, mer- 
chant, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 25, 1818 
Mary and Arza Brush, at Ridgefield, Ct. 

Gazette of Dec. 12, 18 18 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. and Calvin Chamberlain, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at this 

town, Jan. 16, 1820 

Owen, of Scituate, and Martha Brown, 

daughter of the late Gideon, of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, March 19, 1820 

Peleg and Zelicia Coggeshall, daughter of 

Jonathan, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 

Gazette of Jan. 13, 1821 

William H. and Elizabeth Ann Pitman, 

daughter of the late John, at Newport. 

Gazette of June 23, 1821 

William James, of Philadelphia, merchant, 

and Hannah Dunn, daughter of Rev. 

Thomas, of and at Newport. Gazette of July 11, 1821 

Richard and Eliza Allen, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 14, 1821 

Allen Field, merchant, of this town, and 

Abby Williams Tisdale, daughter of Jo- 
seph, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 

Hamilton, Nov. i, 1821 

Elizabeth, daughter of John, and Benjamin 

Lawton, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 3, 1821 

Peter G.; Esq., Postmaster at ' Charlestown, 

Ind., and Isabella Ann Mawney, of East 

Greenwich, at South Kingstown. Gazette 

of July 3, 1822 

Charles A., of this town, and Sarah Collins, 

of and at Foster, by Rev. Mr. Stone, Aug. 19, 1822 

Abiel E. and Mary Burr, daughter of John, . 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Mace, Sept. 12, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 377 

TAYLOR Ellen and Mr. W Brotherton, 

both aged about 67 years, in England, 

after a courtship of 44 y., 7 mos. Gazette of Dec. 7, 1822 

Sophia Field, daughter of Andrew, Esq., and 

Walter Paine, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 23, 1823 

Ann Eliza, daughter of Peter, and Henry 

Barton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 6, 1823 

Benjamin F. and Jane J. Gushing, daughter 

of Henry, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Park, Sept. 22, 1824 
John and Mary West, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, Nov. 7, 1824 

Samuel and Betsey Bruce, at Valley Falls, 

by Rev. Mr. Greene. Gazette of April 6,, 1825 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Ebenezer Johnson, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 24, 1825 

David and Martha E. Horswell, daughter of 

Ephraim, both of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 19, 1825 

TEARS John, of Philadelphia, and Cynthia 

Westcott, daughter of the late Capt. Sam- 
uel, of this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, May 19, 1814 
TEELE George and Zilpah Chace, daughter of 

Amos, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of April 30, 1796 

Nathan R., of Providence, and Betsey Arnold, 

of and at North Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Sept. 15, 181 1 

TEFFT Patty, daughter of David, and John 

Eddy. Gazette of May 18, 1799 

Nathan and Mary Lillibridge, daughter of 

Gideon, at South Kingstown. Gazette of March 26, 1803 
Peter and Martha Chillson, eldest daughter 

of Reuben, at Johnston. Gazette of Oct. 20, 1804 

Susannah, of South Kingstown, and James 

Burdick, of Charlestown, by Rev. Mr. Bur- 
dick, ar Newport, Oct. 19, 181 1 
Mary Ann and Edward Luther, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickermg, June 13, 1823 

John and Azubah Blackington, both of and 

at Attleboro. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1823 

Caroline, daughter of the late Obadiah, and 

William Andrews, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 11, 1824 

TELFAIR Ann and Benjamin Franklin Timo- 
thy, of Charleston, S. C, at Philadelphia. 

Gazette of June 29, 1793 

David, of New York, and Mary M. Pearce, 

daughter of Israel, of Newport, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight, Nov. 23, 1813 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



-, of the 26th Regt., and 



TEMPLE Col. - 

Lady Sinclair, relict of Sir John Sinclair, 
Bart., at Elizabethtown, N. J., 

Miss , daughter of Hon. John, His 

Brittanic Majesty's Consul General, and 
Thomas Lindall Winthrop, Esq., at New 
York, 

Sally, late of this town, and Jacob Seibles, 
merchant, in South Carolina. Gazette of 

James and Lucy Prout, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Peter, of this town, and Abigail Evans, of 
and at South Reading, 

Dr. John L, of Hanover Co., Va., and Eliza- 
beth I Stoughton, daughter of Rev. Dr. 
Stoughton, President of Columbia College, 
in Columbia District, Va. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of the late James, and Philip 
W. Martin, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Richard and Sarah L. Dorr, eldest daughter 
of Joseph, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah, daughter of the late James, and Wil- 
liam H. Mason, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 
TEN EYCK Sally and Rev. John Stanford, A. 
M., both of New York, by Rev. Dr. John 
Livingstone, 
TENNANT Andrew and Mary Ann Stewert, 

daughter of William, at Newport, 
TENNEY Caleb Jewett, pastor of First Congre- 
gational Church, and Ruth Channing, 
daughter of the late Capt. John, at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten. Gazette of 

John Y. and Harriet Goodnow, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
TERRY Mabel, daughter of Eliphalet, Esq., and 
William Barton, Jr., of Hartford, Ct., mer- 
chant, at Enfield, Ct. Gazette of 
TERWiLlGER James and Mary Houselander, 
both of Burlingham, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. 
Van Doren, 

TESTE Julia Louisa, only daughter of Alixis, 
Esq., and Jonathan Sabin, of Seekonk, in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

TEW Paul, Esq., sheriff of the County of Provi- 
dence, and Mrs. Child, at Wood- 
stock, Ct,, 



March 14, 1769 

July 25, 1786 

Dec. 16, 1786 

Oct. 23, 1820 

Oct. 21, 1823 

April 21, 1824 
May 26, 1824 
Aug. 3, 1824 

Aug. 29, 1824 

June 16, 1790 
Dec. 14, 1818 

June 4, 1808 
Sept. 26, 1824 

Feb. 25, 1797 

Jan. 24, 1815 

April 13, 1812 

Sept. 27, 1770 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 379 

TEW Lieut. Benedict and Rachel Humphrey, 
daughter of Samuel, at Barrington. Ga- 
zette of May 6, 1780 

Bathsheba, youngest daughter of the late 
James, and Augustus Newman, at New- 
port. Gazette of Dec. 26, 1789 

.Betsey, daughter of Capt. Thomas, and 

Holmes Weaver, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 29, 1798 

Ruth, daughter of Col. William, and Abra- 
ham D. Tilley, at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 14, 1799 

Capt. William W. and Thanliful Wickham, 
youngest daughter of the late Capt. Sam- 

• uel, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Dehon. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 5, 1808 

Mary, eldest daughter of Col. William, and 
John Lawton Burdick, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Jan. II, 1806 

William, Jr., and Ann Tilley, daughter of 
William, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. 
Gazette of ' June 14, 1806 

Hannah, of Portsmouth, R. I., and Daniel 
Vaughn, of Charleston, S. C, merchant, in 
this town. Gazette of Oct. 20, 18 10 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Henry, and William 

Gannett, at Portsmouth, R. I. Gazette of May 18, 181 1 

Margaret Mason, of Newport, and John 
Read, of and at Charleston, S. C. Gazette 
of Jan. 16, 1813 

Frances, daughter of Capt. Henry, of New- 
port, and Robert Brightman, of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Sept. i, 1814 

Ann, daughter of Capt. Henry, of Newport, 
and Robert Cornell, of Portsmouth, by 
Rev. Mr. Webb, at Newport, Sept. 22, 1814 

Sarah W., daughter of the late Col. Will- 
iam, of Newport, and Benjamin Ingle, of 
Taunton, Mass., at Newport. Gazette of Aug. 5, 1815 

John, of Newport, and Mary Clarke, of this 

town, April 30, 1823 

Amelia, daughter of the late Col. William, 
and John T. Tilley, Jr., at Newport, Dec. 21, 1824 

THACHER Moses, Candidate Minister in Fox- 
•boro, and Henrietta Wilmarth, daughter of 
Stephen, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Ferguson, Sept. 25, 1822 

THANE Jane, of Hillsdale, N. Y., and Dr. Will- 
iam Peck, of this town, at said Hillsdale, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 21, 1823 

THATCHER E , Esq., attorney at law, 

and Lucy H. Knox, eldest daughter of 



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THATCHER : 

Gen. Knox, at Montpelier, St. George's 

River, Me. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1804 

THAYER Simeon and Mrs. Mary Tourtellot. 

Gazette of _ Feb. 15, 1772 

Nancy, widow 'of Thomas, and William 

Chaffee. Gazette of July 5, 1788 

Polly, daughter of Thomas, of this town, and 

Nathaniel Church, of Little Compton, Sept. 6, 1789 

Brigadier General and Mrs. 

Angell, widow of John. Gazette of April 17, 1790 

Polly, daughter of Brigadier General Thayer, 

and George Keith, of Thompson, Ct., mer- 
chant. Gazette of April 2, 1796 
Hannah and Joseph Andrews Foot, both of 

this town, at Little Compton. Gazette of Oct. 14, 1797 

Artemus, of Milford, and Elizabeth Jewett, 

of and at Hollis, N. H. Gazette of Feb. 22, 1806 

Stephen and Ann Cooke, daughter of the 

late Daniel, Sept. 7, 1806 

Nancy and Andros Bowen, both of this town, Jan. 7, 181 1 

Harriet, only daughter of Williams Thayer, 

of this town, and Patrick Brown, Esq., of 

Nassau, N. P., by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 14, 181 1 

Mrs. Arethusa and William West, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 24, 181 1 

Margaret C.,of this town, and Zalman Tobey, 

of Canaan, Ct., at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, Aug. 24, 181 7 

William, merchant, formerly of this town, 

and Susannah Broadie, of and at Charles- 
ton, S C. Gazette of March 6, 1819 
Maria, of this town, and Jesse Hartwell, Jr., 

of New Marlboro, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 

Sharp, of Boston, , Sept. 19, 1819 

Sally, of Mendon, Mass., and Joseph Spear, 

of Marlborough, N. H., at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 30, 1820 

Eliza R. and Capt, William Greenman, both 

of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 6, 1820 

Silas, of Wrentham, Mass., and Rebecca 

Carr, daughter of John, of Warren, at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, May 22*, 1822 

William C. and Sarah H. Chappell, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Nov. 27, 1823 

George W., of Warwick, and Anna Sprague, >^^iPVI 

of and at Smithfield. Gazette of March 6,^1824 

John, of this town, and Mrs. Jemima White, 

of Mansfield, at Taunton. Gazette of May 29, 1824 

James, of Taunton, and Rebecca Perry, of 

and at Rehoboth. Gazette of March S,*i82S 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 331 

THAYER Marjr, of Cranston, and Thomas Fen- 
ner, of Scituate, at said Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Tatera, 

Aaron, Jr., and Mary Ann Beers, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
THOMAS Joshua, printer, and Mrs. Hannah 
Thompson, at Boston. Gazette of 

Marianne, only daughter of Isaiah, Esq., of 
Worcester, and James R. Hutchins, of 
Windsor, printer, married at Menotomy, 
by Rev. Mr. Fiske. Gazette of 

Isaiah, Jr., of Worcester, printer, and Mary 
Weld, at Boston. Gazette of 

Capt. Samuel, of this town, and Mary Metz- 
por, of and at Charleston, S. C. Gazette of 

Joseph and Rebecca Sabm, daughter of John, 
by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mr. E. S. and Ann Fonerden, youngest 
daughter of Adam, Esq., of Baltimore, at 
Charleston, S. C, by Rev. Mr. Keith. Ga- 
zette of 

Benjamin and Harriet Lindley, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Major Alexander and Mary Borden, daugh- 
ter of the late Joseph, both of and at Ports- 
mouth, 

Mrs. Charlotte and Joseph Thomas, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 

Joseph and Mrs. Charlotte Thomas, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 

Elizabeth Mary, of Worcester, and Stephen 
T. Soper, of Boston, at said Worcester, by 
Rev. Dr. Bancroft. Gazette of Dec. 11, 181 1 

George and Pamela Andrews Bly, both of 

Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 22, 1813 

John Anthony and Sarah Dunn Jones, both 

of , this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 6, 1815 

Sarah and Simon Marrott, cordwainer, both 
of Wisback; the groom is deaf and dumb, 
and was attended by his brother Jacob and 
H enry Willis, both deaf and dumb; in Eng- 
land. Gazette of June29, 1816 

Joseph and Sarah S. Anthony, daughter of 
Seth, at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. 
Gazette of Jan. 30, 1819 

Gardiner and Eleanor Borden, daughter of 
John, all of Portsmouth, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of April 10, 1822 

Capt. Calvin, formerly of Hansom, Mass., and 
Miss Washburn, at Freetown. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 2, 1822 



• July 26, 


182s 


Aug. 24, 


182s 


Oct. 10, 


1789 


Jan. 28, 


1792 

• 


May 13, 


1797 


Aug. 10, 


1799 


Aug. 26, 


1804 


Jan. II, 


1806 


Aug. 13, 


1809 


May 25, 


1810 


Sept. IS, 


1810 


Sept. IS, 


1810 



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THOMAS Hannal> W., of Worcester, and Sam- 
uel Crocker, of Taunton, at said Worcester. 
Gazette, of 
THOMPSON Ebenezer, merchant, and Betsey 
Kinijecutt, daughter of the late Col. Ed- 
ward, at Providence. Gazette of 

Samuel and Betsey Coddington, daughter of 
the late William, Esq , of Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Hannah and Joshua Thomas, printer, 
at Boston. Gazette of 
• Alexander and Joanna Wilkinson, daughter 
of the late Daniel, at Cumberland. Gazette 
of 

John and Sally Waterman, daughter of 
Rufus, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Ebenezer, merchant, of Providence, and Ruth 
Otis Stockbridge, eldest daughter of Dr. 
Charles, at Scituate, Mass. Gazette of 

Peter and Sally Adams, daughter of Joseph, 
Esq., at Mendon, Mass. Gazette of 

Martha, daughter of the late Samuel, of 
Stonington, and Joseph Noyes, Jr., of Wes- 
terly, at said Stonington, 

Tamma, daughter of Ezra, Esq., of Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y., and Rev. James M. Win- 
chell, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Bos- 
ton, at ^id Poughkeepsie, by Rev. Mr. 
Leonard. Gazette of 

Elizabeth K., daughter of Edward K., Esq., 
and Samuel Nightingale, at St. John's 
Church, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Ziba, of Bellingham, Mass., and Rebecca 
Brooks, of Walpole, Mass., at Cumberland, 
by Nathan Arnold, Esq., 

Ziba, of Bellingham, and Rebecca Brooks, of 
Walpole, Mass., at Cumberland. Gazette 
of ^ 

Jane Ann and Reuben Smith, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Maria W., eldest daughter of the late Dr. 
Thompson, and Capt. Ebenezer Cole, at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff. Gazette 
of 

Festus L., of Vermont, and Eliza Greene, 
daughter of Christopher, at Warwick. Ga- 
zette of 

Susannah, aged 19 years, and William Gob- 
din, 61 years; been in sea service 35 years, 
lost both legs at Trafalgar; at Rayton, 
Eng, Gazette of 



June 29, 1825 

Nov. 2, 1 77 1 

Nov. I, 1783 
Oct. 10, 1789 

May 10, 1794 
April I, 1798 

Feb. I, 1806 
Oct. 10, 1812 

March 30, 1814 

July 2, 1814 

Nov. 8, 1815 

July 3, 1820 

July 10, 1820 
Oct. 14, 182 1 

Dec. IS, 1821 
Aug. 21, 1822 

Sept. II, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



383 



THOMPSON Catharine Livingtone, eldest daugh- 
ter of Hon. Smith, Secretary of the Navy, 
and Mr. Charles DeBresson, Secretary of 
the Legation of France, at Washington, D. 
C. Gazette of 

Ann Eliza and John Pierce Hall, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, . 

Mary Ann, daughter of Peter, of this town, 
and David T,, Capron, of Uxbridge, Mass., 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

THOMSON Miss — , daughter of James, 

and Elhridge Gerry, late Member of Con- 
gress, at New York, 
THORNTON Capt. Christopher and Mercy 
Whitney, daughter of Capt. James, at 
Pawtuxet. Gazette of 

Mary and John Brown, of Salem, Mass., at 
Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of 

Anna and Capt. Christopher Wilkinson, at 
Johnston. Gazette of 

Frances, of Johnston, and Joel Harris, of 
Connecticut, by William Waterman, Esq., 
Justice, at Cranston, 

Phebe, daughter of Elisha, and Nathaniel 
Howland, at Friends' Meeting House, New 
Bedford, 

Hannah I. and Samuel W. Wightman, at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Stephen and Mary Ormsbee, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lucretia, 26, and Jonathan Paine, of Smith- 
field, 70, at Johnston. Gazette of 

Mary and Esek Burlingame, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 

Lydia Waterman, eldest daughter of Will- 
iam, and James Waterman, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of William, of Johnston, and 
Jehu Evans, at said Johnston. Gazette of 

Daniel, Jr., and Lydia Steere, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 

Julia Ann, only daughter of Pardon, and 
James C. Shortly, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Meribah and William B. Pottle, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Freelove and Erastus B. G. White, both of 
Cranston, 
THORP Henrietta and David Burr, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 



Feb. I, 1823 
Dec. 26, 1824 

April 4, 1825 

Jan. 5, 1786 

Oct. 19, 1793 

Sept. 13, 1806 
April II, 1807 

Jan. 2, 1812 

May 2, 1 8 12 

Oct. 22, 1812 

Nov. 23, 1820 

Jan. 3, 1 82 1 

Jan. 3, 1821 

March 10, 1821 

Jan. 8, 1823 

March 17, 1824 

April 15, 1824 

May 26, 1824 

July 7, 182s 

Jan. 6, 181 1 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



THORP George F. and Mary Fiske, both of 
Providence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, 

John and Eliza Ann Williams, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

James M. and Rhoda Potter, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, all of and at this town, 

David, Jr., and Violette Scott, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
THROOP Dr. Amos and Polly Crawford, at 
Providence, 

George, merchant, and Betsey Smith, daugh- 
ter of the late Hayward. Gazette of 

Capt. Benjamin and Abigail Smith, daughter 
of the late Hayward. Gazette of 

Mrs. Abigail, widow of Capt.. Benjamin, and 
Capt. John Arnold, married by Rev. Dr. 
Hitchcock, 

George, Jr., of Lake Champlain, N. Y., and 
Sarah Church, daughter of the late George, 
of and at Bristol. Gazette of 
THURBER Polly and Capt. Benjamin Aulger, 
at Providence, 

Edward, merchant, and Miss Winsor, 

daughter of Col. Abraham, of Glocester. 
Gazette- of 

William and Patience Wilkinson, daughter of 
David, Esq. Gazette of 

Relief and Polly Smith, daughter of Capt. 
Joseph, at Barrington. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of James, and George Ben- 
son, merchant. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of Edward, and Joseph Fen- 
ner, both of this town. Gazette of 

Waite, daughter of William, Esq., and Sylva- 
nus Tillinghast. Gazette of 

John and Freelove Thurston. Gazette of 

Squire and Catharine Fowle, daughter of 
Jonathan. Gazette of 

James and Olive Bowen, at Warren. Ga- 
zette of 

Dr. Daniel and Olive Penniman, at Mendon, 
by Rev. Caleb Alexander. Gazette of 

William and Hannah Clements, by the Rev. 
Dr. Gano. Gazette of 

Penelope, daughter of John, and John A. 
Pearse, Jr. Gazette of 

Dexter and Hannah Gorham, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Major Jabez, by the Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 



July IS, 1811 
Aug. 18, 1817 
July 20, 1820 
Sept. 4, 1820 
Nov. 13, 1768 
Nov. 24, 178 1 
Sept. II, 1784 

March 8, 1792 

June 14, 1823 
Dec. 10, 1769 

Dec. 14, 1771 

Oct. 24, 1772 

Nov. 5, 1791 

Feb. 2, 1793 

Aug. 9, 1794 

Nov. 8, 1794 
Feb. 20, 1796 

June 4, 1796 

Dec. 24, 1796 

Dec. 8, 1798 

Feb. I, 1800 

April 2, 1803 

May 29, 1803 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



385 



THURBER James, Esq., and Abigail Robinson, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lydia, eldest daughter of Samuel, and Rich- 
ard Salisbury, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Samuel, Jr., and Ann Comstock, daughter of 
Capt. Benjamin, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Nancy and Capt. Daniel McFay, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Experience, Mrs., of this town, and John 
^ OtA-)lA*^ ' BarBOtt, of New York, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
^ in this town, 

Mary, eldest daughter of Relief, and Job 
Spencer, in this town, 

Eliza, third daughter of the late Edward, 
Esq., and Dexter Randall, Esq. Gazette 
of 

Sarah, daughter of the late Edward, Esq., 
and Dr. Henry Waterman, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Gazette of 

James and Sarah Irons, both of this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Samuel, Jr., and Thankful Rose, both of this 
town, at. South Kingstown. Gazette of 

Darius N. and Palmyra Irons, both of and at 
this town, by Mr. Gano. Gazette of 

Major William, of this town, and Abby 
Price, daughter of the late John, of New- 
port, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel, of this town, 
and Francis Elliott, at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Amey, youngest daughter of Samuel, Esq., 
of this town, and Jabez Gorham, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Ed- 
ward, and Darius Dyer, merchant, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. , Wilson, 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. John, of this 
town, and Daniel Coffin Beedle, of Edgar- 
town, Mass., at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, 

Mary, daughter of Capt. John, of this town, 
and Stephen Barber, at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

Maria T., daughter of the late Edward, of 
this town, and James W. Fosdick, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Capt. Samuel and Abby Alger, both of this 
town, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 
Waldo, 



Jan. 26, 1806 
Nov. 30, 1806 
Nov. 20, 1808 
Nov. 27, 181 1 

Nov. 2, 1812 
April 8, 1813 

Dec. II, 1813 

Nov. 5, 1814 

Jan. 19, 1 8 1.5 

April 8, 1815 

March 2, 18 16 

March 24, 18 16 

Aug. 6, 1816 

Dec. 4, 1 8 16 

Aug. 26, r8i7 

Oct. 26, 1 8 17 

Oct. 26, 1 817 

Jan. 27, 1818 

Sept. 12, 1819 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



THURBER Sarah, daughter of the late Edward, 

and Daniel Sheldon, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all 

of and at this town, 
Hetty, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and Phine- 

has Potter, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and 

at this town, 
Henry and Julia Ann Willard, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Emeline A., daughter of Capt. John, and 

Loring D. Chopin, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

all of and at this town, 
Jacob B. and Alice Ann Martin, youngest 

daughter of Joseph, in this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Mrs. Polly, eldest daughter of Relief Thur- 

ber, and John Wilbour, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 
Isaac and Lucy Brown, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Abby, daughter of Relief, and George Sim- 
mons, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Mary L. and Thomas H. Bowen, both of and 

at this town. Gazette of 
Henry and Mary H. Jones, youngest daugh- 
ter of the late Rev. John P., both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 
Ephraim and Harriet Cooper, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 
Hannah, daughter of William, and Daviid 

Bolles, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Mace, 
Stanton, of this town, and Martha B. Dexter, 

of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Edward and Mehitable Tucker, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
Catharine, of this town, and Bowers Lewis, 

of Dighton, at this town. Gazette of 
John, Jr., and Hopestill Bosworth, both of 

and at Warren. Gazette of 
Experience, of this town, and Charles Bacori, 

of Connecticut, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ann Elizabeth, of this town, and George 

Olney, of North Providence, at this town, 
Stephen and Joanna Luther, both of and at 

Warren. Gazette of 
Sarah Ann, daughter of Capt. John, and 

Peleg Hull, both of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 



Nov. 7, 1819 

Feb. 29, 1820 
May 7, 1820 

May 31, 1820 

Nov. 23, 1820 



March 17, 1821 
May 6, 1821 



Sept. 16, 1 82 1 
Jan. 9, -1822 

May 2, 1822 
May 19, 1822 

Oct. 10, 1822 

Oct. 27, 1822 
May 18, 1823 
June 7, 1823 
June 28, 1823 
Jan. 18, 1824 
May 23, 1824 
Sept. II, 1824 

Nov. 22, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE -MARRIAGES 



387 



THURBER Newman, of Rehoboth, and Mrs. 
Ardelia Bly, of this town, at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
THURSTON Polly, daughter of the late John, 
and Capt. Hezekiah Starbuck, of Nan- 
tucket, at Newport. Gazette of 

Capt. John, of Newport, and Elizabeth Jen- 
kins, daughter of John, merchant, at New- 
port. Gazette of 

Abby and James Searle, both of this town. 
Gazette of 

Freelove and John Thurber. Gazette of 

John W. and Mrs. Elizabeth Anthony, both 
of Newport. Gazette of 

Latham and Mrs. Martha Coggeshall, at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Latham, Jr., and Abigail Wanton, daughter 
of Capt. John, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Latham, and John Snow, 
of this town, at Newport. Gazette of 

William and Sarah Jack, daughter of Alex- 
ander, at Newport. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of John, of Hudson, N. Y., 
and Ezra Read, of New York, merchant, 
at said Hudson, 

Mary C, daughter of Samuel J., of George- 
town, S. C, and Richard Waterman, of 
this town, at Georgetown, by Rev. Mr. 
Hallrngs, 

Hon. Nathaniel and Miss Fletcher 

(his seventh wife), at Bradford, Mass. Ga- 
zette of 

Elizabeth L., daughter of the late Capt. Sam- 
uel, and Capt. John P. Hammond, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Tenney. Gazette of 

Edward and Audeara Place, by Rev. Mr. 
.Wilson, 

Charles M. and Rachal H. Pitman, daughter 
of Thomas G., Esq., by Rev. Dr. Patten, 
all of and at Newport, 

Mary and John Crandall, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
all of and at this town, 

Hannah, of Oxford, Mass., and Ira Trask, of 
Millbury, Mass., at said Oxford, by Rev. 
Mr. Batchellor. Gazette of 

Abby, of Exeter, and Albert Sherman, at 
Wickford, 

Fanny and Henry Luther, at Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 



March 13, 1825 
Nov. 30, 1 77 1 

June 27, 1772 

Aug. 31, 1793 
Feb. 20, 1796 

March 29, 1800 

Aug. 7, 1802 

Aug. 14, 1802 

Aug. 21, 1802 

Oct. II, 1806 

July 14, 1808 

May 30, 1809 

July 22, 1809 

Nov. 10, 1810 
June 28, 1812 

Sept. 6, 1818 
Oct. 17, 1819 

Nov. 23, 1820 
June i^, 1821 
Sept. 26, 1 82 1 



388 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

THURSTON Abraham, Esq., and Martha D. 

Prior, daughter of the late William, both 

of and at Newport. Gazette of May 4, 1822 

Eliza R., daughter of Jeremiah, Esq., of Hop- 

kinton, and C Palmer, merchant, of 

New York, at said Hopkinton. Gazette of Nov. 20, 1824 
Mrs. Elizabeth and Thomas Millett, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 14, 1825 

TIBBETTS Mrs. Gertrude and Dr. Eliphalet 

Nott, President of Union College, at Troy, 

N. Y. Gazette of Aug. 15, 1807 

John C, of this town, and Catharine Wilson, 

daughter of John, of and at Preston, Ct., Nov. 12, 1815 

Charles Norris, Esq., attorney at law, and 

Sarah Wilkinson, second daughter of Will- 
iam, Esq., of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, May 14, 1816 

Maria, of Warwick, and William J. Keep, of 

Longmeadow, Mass., at said Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Manchester, Feb. 21, 1822 

Charles Norris, Esq., and Mary Rhodes Wil- 
kinson, daughter of William, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 7, 1823 

TIFFANY Major Jonathan, of Warwick, and 

Nancy Pitman, daughter of Saunders, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 18, 1800 

Ebenezer, Esq., and Charlotte Bliss, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Gazette of Oct. 24, 1818 
Comfort, of Chariten, Missouri, and Laura 

Burr, youngest daughter of Col. James, of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, " Aug. 13^ 1821 

Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Ebenezer, and 

James Bowen, Esq., both of and at Bar- 

rington, Nov. 15, 1821 

Lydia, daughter of Hon. Ebenezer, of Bar- 

rington, and Rev. Francis Wood, at said 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wight, of Bris- 
tol. Gazette of Sept. 10, 1823 
Horace T. and Mary Ann Day, at St. Paul's 

Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 

Gazette of May 21, 1825 

TILLEY Abraham D. and Ruth Tew, daughter 

of Col. William, at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 14, 1799 

Dea. William and Mrs. Catharine Sabin, 

widow of William, at Rehoboth. Gazette of Jan. 30, 1802 
Benjamin and Rachel Simmons, daughter of 

.the late Jonathan. Gazette of Oct. 8, 1803 

Ann, daughter of William, and William Tew, 

Jr., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Ga- 
zette of ' June 14, 1806 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



389 



TILLEY William, Jr., and Mary Coggeshall, 
daughter of William, at Newport. Gazette 
of 
Ruhannah Coffin, eldest daughter of the 
late James, and Peter Parker Remington, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Gazette 
of 

Mary Ann, of Newport, daughter of the late 
Thomas, and Stephen Smith, Jr., of this 
town, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
Sally, daughter of the late James, and 
Thomas Sherman, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy. Gazette of 

Major William James, merchant, and Clarissa 
Ellery, daughter of Christopher, Esq., by 
Rev. Dr. Patten, all of and at Newport, 

Dea. William, of Newport, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Boone, of Warwick; the Deacon is 
84 and the bride 74; he has 10 children, 75 
grand, and 25 great-grandchildren; at 
Wickford. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of Abraham, and Mumford 
Hazard, at Newport. Gazette of 

Mary T, of Newport, and Peleg Seabury, of 
Taunton, at said Newport. Gazette of 

John T., Jr., and Amelia Tew, daughter of 
the late Col. William, at Newport, 
TILLINGHAST Polly, daughter of Daniel, and 
• Benjamin Smith, of Smithfield. Gazette 
of 

Capt. Joseph and Polly Earl, daughter of 
Capt. William. Gazette of 

Dr. Henry and Miss Betsey Greene, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, Esq. Gazette of 
- William and Henrietta Chace, daughter of 
Samuel, Esq. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of Col. Daniel, and Dr. Levi 
Willard, of Mendon. Gazette of 

Nicholas P. and Sally Almy, eldest daughter 
of Capt. Benjamin, at Newport. Gazette 
of 

Polly, daughter of the late Pardon, Jr., and 
John Mumford, merchant, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Hannah, daughter of Col. Daniel, and Sam- 
uel Aborn, Jr. Gazette of 

Nicholas, Jr., and Betsey Atwell, daughter 
of Amos, Esq. Gazette of 

Stephen, merchant, and Theodosia Foster, 
daugjiter of Theodore, Esq. Gazette of 



Nov. I, 1806 

Dec. r, 1810 

Sept. 15, 1816 

Oct. 5, 1816 

Sept. I, 1820 

Nov. 10, 1821 

Nov. 14, 1 82 1 

Oct. 2, 1824 

Dec. 2r, 1824 

March 28, 1772 

Aug. 17, 1776 

Feb. I, 1777 

April 26, 1777 

April I, 1780 

June 8, 1782 

June 18, 1786 

Oct. 13, 1787 

March 21, 1789 

May 24, 1794 



390 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TILLINGHAST Sylvanus and Waite Thurber, 

daughter of William, Esq. Gazette of Nov. 8, 1794 

Dr. Thomas and Lucy Allen, daughter of 
the late Samuel, at North Kingstown, by 
Rev. William Northup. Gazette of July 4, 1795 

Polly, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Joseph 
Bowen, of Coventry, at East Greenwich. 
Gazette of March 12, 1796 

William and Betsey Champlain, daughter of 
William, of Westerly, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of April 2, 1796 

Catharine, daughter of Dr. William, and 
Capt. John Dennis, at Newport. Gazette 
of Aug. 27, 1796 

Job and Sally R. Dennis, both of and at 

East Greenwich. Gazette of Feb. 20, 1802 

Paris J., Jr., merchant, and Mrs. Emma Hur- 
ley, both formerly of this town, at New- 
port. Gazette of Aug. 14, 1802 

Nicholas and Hannah Mawney, daughter of 

Pardon, at East Greenwich. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1802 

Avis and John Baker, merchant, at Newport. 

Gazette of Nov. 27, 1802 

John, formerly of this town, and Mrs. Han- 
nah Russell, of and at Uxbridge. Gazette 
of Aug. 7, 1803 

Sally, youngest daughter of Nicholas, Esq., 
late of Newport, and Charles Hammond, 
Esq., attorney at law, Ohio, at Virginia. 
Gazette of Dec. 3, 1803 

Catharine, late of Newport, and John Brown, 
of Brook Court House, Va., in Virginia. 
Gazette of 

Mary Fones Holmes and Henry Bull, at Col- 
chester, Ct., both of Newport. Gazette of 

Mrs. Patience, of Uxbridge, and William 
Holroyd, of this town, at Uxbridge, 

Capt. Joseph R. and Phebe Cozzens, daugh- 
ter of John, Esq., at Wickford. Gazette of 

George W. and Susan Eldred, daughter of 
Robert, at Wickford. Gazette of 

Charles H. and Dulcinia Nelson, daughter of 
Paul, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Ga- 
zette of 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Benja- 
mm T. Chandler, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Charles W., of this town, and Lydia Arnold, 
daughter of Israel, Esq., at Warwick, 

William, of this town, and Phebe Arnold, 
daughter of Luke, of and at Smithfield. 
Gazette of 



May 12, 


1804 


Aug. 3, 


i*8os 


Nov. 28, 


1 80s 


Aug. 9, 


1806 


Sept. 20, 


1806 


Oct. 10, 


1807 


Nov. 19, 


1807 


Sept. 21, 


1809 


May 12, 


1810 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 39I 

TILLINGHAST Jeremiah and Sarah J. Sea- 
mans, by Rev. Dr.Gano, all of this town, Nov. 26, 1810 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Lemuel 

Chandler, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 21, 1812 

Joseph and Ann M. Jones, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. Gazette of Aug. 15, 1812 

Amey, daughter of the late Capt. John, and 
Hopkins Greene, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1813 

Anna, daughter of Hon. Philip, of North 
Kingstown, and Dr. Wilbur Tillinghast, 
of Utica, N. Y., at said North Kingstown. 
Gazette of Aug. S, 1815 

Dr. Wilbur, of Utica, N. Y., and Anna 
Tillinghast, daughter of Hon. Philip, of 
and at North Kingstown. Gazette of Aug. 5, 1815 

Joseph Leonard, Esq., attorney at law, and 
Mrs. Rebecca Power Air, daughter of the 
late Capt. Nicholas Power, in this town, at 
St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 5, 181 5 

Mary M., only daughter of Sylvanus, form- 
erly of this town, and George Petrie, mer- 
chant, of and at Little Falls, N. Y. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 16, 181 5 

Daniel H., Esq., attorney at law, and Frances 
W. Earie, daughter of Hon. Elias, at Cen- 
treville, S. C, by Rev. Mr. Vandever, Jan. 5, 1816 

Nicholas, Esq.,' of this town, and Eliza M. ^ 

Wetherell, formerly of New York, at Phil- 
adelphia, by Rev. Dr. Abercrombie, May 19, 1820 

William J. and Mrs. Mary Updike, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, March 3, 1822 

Charles F., Esq., attorney at law, and Lu- 
sanna Richmond, daughter of William, 2d, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 15, 1822 

Lydia H., daughter of the late Joseph, and 
Nehemiah Rogers, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Merrett, Oct. 10, 1822 

Eliza Ann, daughter of Allen, Esq., and 
Joseph Torrey, at Wrentham. Gazette of Nov. 2, 1822 

Amey Ann, daughter of the late Capt. 
Joseph, and Capt. William Arnold, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 29, 1823 

Jeremiah, of this town, and Mary Greene, 
only daughter of the late Samuel, of and 
at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, May 27, 1824 

Amos A., cashier of Pawtucket Bank, and 

Mary N. Jerauld, both of and at Seekonk, !^|^ 

bv Rev. Mr. Barney, Sept. 14, 1824 



392 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



TILLINGHAST Avis C, daughter of the late 
William, of Newport, and Thomas Delano, 
of New Bedford, at said Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
John, of Seekonk, and Artemisia Willard, of 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

TILLSON Lois, 34, and Elder Job Borden, 64 ; 
the elder is blind having been so since he 
was 16 years of age, and has been a 
widower about three months; at Tiverton, 

TILSEVE Thomas, of Leicester, and Ursula 
Fuffer ; the groom was deaf and dumb, and 
for words he gave signs that were ap- 
proved by the clergyman as evidence he 
knew the full obligations he was taking 
upon himself (in Queen Elizabeth's Time.) 
Gazette of 

TIMMONS John, merchant, and widow 



Greene, widow of Thomas, Jr., at Boston, 
TIMOTHY Benjamin Franklin, of Charleston, 
S. C., and Ann Telfair, at Philadelphia. 
Gazette of 
TINCKAM Cyrus and Rachal Hawkins, daugh- 
ter of Capt. William, Jr., both of and at 
Glocester. Gazette of 

Ruth and Samuel Waldron, both of and at 
Glocester. Gazette of 
TINDELL Waitey and Thomas Essex, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Oathham, 
TINGLEY Timothy and Eunice Robinson, both 
of Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Rowena, daughter of Samuel, and Josiah 
Allen, Jr., at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Tyler, 

Sylvanus, of this town, and Roxana Ellis, of 
and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Araunah C. and Ann Maria Lippitt, daugh- 
ter of John, merchant, all of this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Thomas, of Attleboro, and Mary Brown, of 
and at Cumberland, 

Matilda, daughter of Samuel, of Attleboro, 
and Jesse F. Peck, of Pelham, Mass., by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Louisa and Richard Everett, both of Attle- 
boro, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Elisha and Celia Lippitt, daughter of John, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, 



Oct. 27, 1824 
Dec. 9, 1824 

June 14, 1818 



June 29, 1 8 16 
Oct. 20, 1768 

June 29, 1793 

June 19, 1819 
June 19, 1819 
Oct. 16, 1820 
March 17, 181 1 
Sept. 22, 181 1 
Oct. 17, 181 3 

Oct. 10, 1814 
Feb. 26, 1 815 

Feb. 10, 1820 
April 4, 1820 

March 4, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



393 



TISDALE Mrs. Ann, widow of the late Mr. Tis- 
dale, of Taunton, and Jabez Whipple, of 
this town, by the Rev. Dr. Manning. Ga- 
zette of 
Joseph; Esq., of Taunton, and Mrs. Chris- 
tiana Sterling, of this town, 
Harriet, daughter of Joseph, of Taunton, and 
Ratidolph Chandler, of this town, mer- 
chant, at said Taunton. Gazette of 
Rhoda, of Taunton, and James Bliss, of and 

at Rehoboth. Gazette of 
Abby Williams, daughter of Joseph, of Taun- 
ton, and Allen Field Taylor, merchant, of 
this town, at said Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Hamilton, 
Sophia A-) of Taunton, and Nicholas How- 
land Sherman, of Dartmouth, at said Taun- 
ton. Gazette of 
Gardiner, of Wickford, and Elizabeth Hark- 
ness, daughter of George, of and at New- 
port. Gazette of 

TITUS John and Betsey Swan, at Attleboro. 
Gazette of 
Crawford and Ann Cozzens, at Attleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilder, 
Jonah, of Scituate, and Phebe Fenner, eldest 
daughter of Obadiah, of and at Foster. 
Gazette of 

TOBEY Zalman, of Canaan, Ct., and Margaret 
C. Thayer, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

TOBOR Warren, of New Bedford, and Sally 
Holmes, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, 

TODD Thomas, a Judge of the Supreme Court 
of the United States, and Mrs. Lucy 
Washington, sister of Mrs. Madison, at the 
White House, Washington, 

TOLER Betsey North, daughter of Daniel, and 
Dr. Moses Baker, at North Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Gazette of 

TOMAN Ruth, daughter of John, and Thomas 
Low. Gazette of 

TOMES J. B. and Harriet Cdpernaum, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

TOMPKINS Josei^H, of Troy, Mass., and Sally 

Graves, daughter of Capt. James, of and 

at this town, by Reiv. Dr. Gano, 

Jonathan G., aged 80 years (fatbef of the 

Governor of New York) and Mrs. Phebe 



April 17, 1779 
May 27, 1805 

March 12, 18 14 
Jan. 27, 1821 

Nov. I, 1821 

Nov. 29, 1823 

Feb. 7, 1824 
May 18, 1799 
Nov. 23, 1812 

Sept. ii, 1825 

Aug. 24, 1 817 

May 9, 1824 

March 22, 1812 

March 2, 1793^ 
Oct. 7, 1797 
May 7, 1815 

Dec. 21, 1806 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



TOMPKINS : 

Reynolds, aged 36 years, at Mamaroneck, 
N. Y. Gazette of 

Cornelius S., of Seekonk, ,and Christiana 
Cole, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford, 

.Joseph and Angelina Nelson, both of Paw- 
tucket, at New Haven, by Rt. Rev. 
Bishop Brownell, 

Epaline, of Troy, Mass., and Thomas R. 
Greene, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, 

Susan B. and Samuel Salla, at Pawtucket. 
Gazette of 
TOOGOOD Mr. and Miss Good- 
enough, at the Isle of Wight. Gazette of 
TOOTH Tobey and Polly Nail, in Ireland. Ga- 
zette of 
TOPHAM Capt. John, of Newport, and Nancy 
Etheridge, of Boston. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of the late Col. John, and 
Robert Carter, at Newport. Gazette of 

George Washington and Ruth Forrester, 
youngest daughter of Capt. Thomas, dec, 
at Newport. Gazette of 

Theophilus and Susannah Goddard, daughter 
of Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of 
TORREY Capt. William and Zilpha Davison, at 
killingly. Gazette of 

Simon Learned, of Killingly, Ct., and Lu- 
cretia Hatch Dexter, daughter of Richard, 
Esq., of Boston, in this town, 

Otis and Hannah Morse, daughter of Sam- 
uel, of and at this town. 

Rev. Reuben, of Ashford, Ct., and Ann 
Eddy, daughter of Moses, by Rev. Dr. 
Messer, 

Joseph and Eliza Ann TiUinghast, daughter 
of Allen, Esq., at Wrentham. Gazette of 

Dr. David and Maria S. Balch, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
TOTTEN Noah, printer, and Maria Stone, at 

New York. Gazette of 
TOURJEE Benajah, Jr., of North Kingstown, 
and Abby R. Briggs, daughter of the Jate 
Benjamin, of and at East Greenwich. Ga- 
zette of 

TOURQUET Maria Jane and Robert Jenkins, 
merchant, at Newburyport. Gazette of 



April 30, 1 8 14 

June 17, 1 82 1 

Oct. 29, 1822 

June 30, 1824 
April 27, 1825 
June 22, 181 1 
March 23, 1805 
Sept. 17, 1796 
Sept. 17, 1796 

Oct. 29, 1796 

Nov. 12, 1808 

Dec. 9, 1809 

Nov. 16, 1815 
Jan. 9, 1820 

Oct. 5, 1820 

Nov. 2, 1822 

Sept. 16, 1823 

July 8, 1809 

May 26, 1824 
July 2, 1803 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



395 



TOURTELLOT Mrs. Mary and Simeon Thayer. 
Ga.zette of 

Dorcas, daughter of Daniel, and Capt Jona- 
than Aborn, of Pawtuxet, at Glocester. 
Gazette of 

William and Lydia Eddy, at Glocester. Ga- 
zette of 

Esther, daughter of Roger, of Foster, and 
Jonathan Hammond, of Glocester, at said 

• Foster, by William Potter, Esq., 
TOWER Patience J. and Philip Bump, both of 
this town, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Ellis, 

Capt. Levi, aged 74 years, and Mrs. Hannah 
Emerson, aged 70 years, in Cumberland, 
TOWNSEND Polly, daughter of Thomas, and 
Capt. Robert Pearce, of Nova Scotia, at 
Newport. Gazette of 

Job and Mary Ayleham, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 

John F., of Newport, merchant, and Ann 
Easton, daughter of Nicholas, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Patten. Gazette of 

Samuel and Abigail Wellington, daughter of 
- Samuel, by Rev. Dr. Gushing, at Wal- 
tham, Mass., 

Thomas and Mrs. Hannah B. Cornell, of 
Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Pat- 
ten, 

James and Sarah C. Davenport, daughter of 
Charles, at Newport, 

Thomas, Jr., and Susannah Coggeshall, 
daughter of William, at Newport, by Rev. 
Dr. Patten. Gazette of 

Amey, daughter of William, Esq., and Will- 
iam W. Polk, Esq., U. S. Navy, at Town- 
sendville. Oyster Bay, L. I., by Rev. Mr. 
Earle, 

Phebe, daughter of William, Esq., and B. V. 
Hoffman, Esq., Captain U. S. Navy, at 
Townsendville, Oyster Bay, L. I., by Rev. 
Mr. Earle, 

Rev. Shearjashub B., of Sherbourne, Mass., 
and Nancy Hunt, of and at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Ruth B. and Ebenezer Bosworth, at Bristol. 
Gazette of 

Mary Melville, ot Newport, and Capt. Joseph 
Strout, Jr., of Norwich, at said Newport. 
Gazette of 

William H. and Maria Ann Comstock, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Feb. IS, 1772 

May 27, 1797 
April 20, 1799 

Sept. 7, 1820 

Feb. 10, 1808 

Jan. 9, 1817 

Nov. 19, 1791 
April 13, 1799 

Feb. 18, 1804 

Dec. 16, 1807 

March 31, 181 1 
June 14, 1812 

Aug. s, 181S 
Nov. 29, 1 8 17 

Nov. 29, 1817 

March 22, 1820 
April 10, 1820 

Sept. 8, 1824 
Dec. 6, 1824 



396 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TRACY Miss , of the Island of Jamaica, 

and Thomas Radcliffe, Jr., Esq., of South 
Carolina, by the' Rev. Mr. Clarke, in this 
town, July 28, 1801 

Julia, daughter of the late Uriah, of Litch- 
field, Ct., and Theron Metcalf, Esq., at- 
torney at law, of Dedham, Mass., at Litch- 
field, Ct. Gazette of Nov. 25, 1809 
Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Hon. 
Uriah, and Silas W. Robbins, Esq., of 
Winchester, Ky., at Litchfield, Ct. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 16, 181 1 
Lucinda, of Lisbon, Ct., and James Marry- 
ott, of Hopkinton, at said Lisbon. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 7, 1822 
Julia R., of Seekonk, and Richard A. Brown, 
of North Providence, at Ashford, Ct. Ga- 
zette of May 28, 1823 
TRASK Ira, of Millbury, Mass., and Hannah 
Thurston, of and at Oxford, Mass., by Rev. 
. Mr. Batchellor. Gazette of Nov. 23, 1820 
Mary, daughter of James, and Robert Wood, 
both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, Dec. 28, 1820 
TRAVERSE Mary, of Rehoboth, and Josiah 
Jones, senior editor of the Columbian 
Phoenix, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Feb. 25, 1808 

TREADWAY M , aged 84 years, and 

Elizabeth Blake, aged 14 years, at Piercy, 
N. H. Gazette of June 19, 1802 

TREAD WELL Polly, daughter of Capt. Jona- 
than, and Dr. Olney Fuller, by the Rev. 
Mr. Hitchcock. Gazette of • Nov. 19, 1785 

Patience, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and 

Capt. William Page, Dec. 11, 1791 

Capt. Jonathan and Martha Spencer, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin, of East Geenwich. Ga- 
zette of Sept. s, 179s 
Mrs. Martha, of this town, and Thomas 
Bentley, formerly of Lancaster, Eng., by 
Thomas Abbott, Esq., Sept. 27, 1813 
, William, printer, and Mary Jackson, daughter 
of the late Dr. John, at Portsmouth, N. H. 
Gazette of Dec. 4, 1813 
Julia Ann, eldest daughter of the late Capt. 
Jonathan, and Isaac H- Pinkney, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, all of and at this town, March 30, 18 18 
TREZEVANT Ann, daughter of Theodore, 
and Daniel Hey ward, at Charleston, S. C. 
Gazette of Dec. 7, 1793 



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397 



TRINGHAM William and Mrs. Elizabeth 

Searle, widow of Searle, of East 

Greenwich. Gazette of 
TRIPP Elizabeth, of Barrington, and George 
Millerman, of East Greenwich. Gazette 
of 

Arthur and Sally Knowles, daughter of Ed- 
ward. Gazette of 

Nathaniel and Penelope Rodman, daughter 
of Robert, at South Kingstown. Gazette 
of 

Sally, daughter of the late Samuel, and Ne- 
hemiah Dodge. Gazette of 

Capt. Joseph J. and Hope Coddington, eld- 
est daughter of Capt. Edward, at Newport. 
Gazette of 

Hannah and Joseph Angell, at North Provi- 
dence. Gazette of 

William and Betsey Hoar, daughter of Will- 
iam, at Warren Gazette of 

John S. and Sally Olney, daughter of Jabez, 
Esq , both of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Gazette of 

Arthur, formerly of this town, and Mary 
Morris, at Pomfret, Ct., 

Stephen and Mrs. Martha Gardiner, both of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Charles, of Exeter, and Mrs. Margaret 
Weeden, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Catharine and Naphali Newell, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, in this town, 

Howland and Eliza Brownell, at Westport. 
Gazette of 

Phebe and Abraham Brownell, at Westport. 
Gazette of 

Freelove and Paulson Brayton, both of and 
at Smithiield. Gazette of 

Desire, daughter of Capt. Tillinghast, of 
Westport, and Peleg Brownell, of Little 
Compton, at said Westport. Gazette of 

Mary S., of North Providence, and Joseph S. 
Billings, of this town (he died four days 
latter), 
TRISSELL George, of Woodstock, Ct., and 
Hannah Owen, youngest daughter of the 
late Solomon, of and at Glocester, by Rev. 
Mr. Hunt, 
TROTT Jonathan and Ann Francis, at Boston. 
Gazette of 



Jan. 2, 1796 

June 19, i;79 
Oct. 27, 1787 

Dec. 24, 1791 
Sept. 26, 1795 

Oct. 29, 1796 

March 24, 1804 

Aug. 29, 1807 

June I, 181 1 

Jan. 10, 1813 

Jan. I, 1815 

Dec. 9, 1816 

Sept. 17, 1817 

May 28, 1823 

May 28, 1823 

Aug. 16, 1823 

Feb. 7, 1824 

Dec. 12, 1824 

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TROTT Berthaney C, of Swanzey, and Erastus 
T. Kingsley, of Boston, at said Swanzey. 
Gazette of 
TROWBRIDGE Rebecca, aged ig, and Samp- 
son Tuttle, Esq., aged 62, at Littleton. 
Gazette of 
TRUESDALE Thomas and Harriet Lee. eldest 
daughter of William, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Samuel, of Thompson, and Harriet Sharp, of 
* and at Pomfret. Gazette of 
TRUMBULL Col. Joseph, Commissary General, 
and Miss Amelia Dyer, daughter of Hon. 
Eliphalet. Gazette of 

Mrs. Amelia, widow of Col. Joseph, and 
daughter of Hon. Eliphalet Dyer, and Col. 
Hezekiah Wyllys, of Hartford, at Wind- 
harti, Ct. Gazette of 

Samuel, printer, and Lucinda^ Palmer, daugh- 
ter of Jonathan, Jr., Esq. Gazette of 

Maria, daughter of the Governor, and Henry 
Hudson, of Hartford, at Lebanon. Ga- 
zette of 

Julia Ann, daughter of the Hon. John, and 
William Woodbridge, Esq., of Marietta, 
Ohio, at Hartford. Gazette of 

Phebe M., only daughter of Hon. T 

Trumbull, Esq., of Charlestown, Mass., 
and Christopher A. Olney, of Boston, 
formerly of this town, at Boston, by Rev. 
Dr. Morse, 

Sarah, daughter of Hon. John, and Elihu 
White, merchant, at Hartford, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

Jonathan M., of Lebanon, Ct., and Ann Gib- 
bons, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of and at 
Savannah, Ga., by the Rev. W. Holcomb, 
TRUMAN Dr. Thomas and Sally Jenckes, both 
of this town. Gazette of 

John, of New London, and Sally Hammond, 
of this town. Gazette of 

Dr. Nathan and Mrs. Mary Oldham, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Abby P. and Duty Greene, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
TRUXTON Eliza, daughter of Capt. Truxton, 
U. S. Navy, and Samuel C. Cox, of Mary- 
land, at Philadelphia. Gazette of 

Ann Maria, daughter of Com. Truxton, and 
Dr. Thomas Henderson, of Virginia, at 
Bristol, Penn. Gazette of 



Feb. 23, 1822 

Oct. 26, 1799 
Oct. 14, 1811 
Jan. 17, 1824 

March 29, 1777 

Jan. 15, 178s 
July 20, 1799 

Oct. 27, 1804 

July s, 1806 

Aug. 25, 1806 

March 12, 1808 

March 15, 1810 

Feb. 6, 1773 

, Jan. 25, 1794 

Dec. 8, 181 1 

Nov. 19, 18 1 8 

Jan. 5, 1799 

May 13, 1809 



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399 



TUBBS Temperance C. and Paul Bates, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
TUCKER Sally, daughter of Capt. Zachariah, of 
Pawtuxet, and Capt. Lowry Aborn. Ga- 
zette of 

Marcy, daughter of Morris, and Benjamin 
Bartlett, at Cumberland. Gazette of 

James and Nancy Greene, at Pawtuxet. Ga- 
zette of 

Maria D., daughter of Capt. John, and 
George Washington Craik, at Alexandria. 
Gazette of 

Elizabeth, aged 19, and Nathaniel Lee, aged 
87; the groom had been previously three 
times married and had 11 children, 49 
grand and 10 great-grandchildren ; in 
Virginia. Gazette of 

Benjamin and Sarah Edes, both of Boston, in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of 

John F., merchant, of this town, and Catha- 
rine Bartlett, at Dudley, Mass., 

Mrs. Louisa Villars, daughter of Gen. Thomas , 
Westcott, and t)r. Sylvester Knight, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis, all of and at Warwick, 

Mary and Isaac Andrews, both of Smithfield, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Sarah and George Snow, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 

Lucy, of Watertown, and Joseph Branch, at 
Attleboro. Gazette of 

Mehitable and Edward Thurber, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
TUCKERMAN Betsey and Chester Clarke, both 

of this town. Gazette of 
TUDOR Delia, daughter of the Hon. William, 
and Charles Stewart, U. S. Navy, Com- 
mander of the Frigate Constitution, at 
Trinity Church, Boston, by Rev. J. S. Gar- 
diner. Gazette of 

Eliza, of East Windsor, Ct., and John S. 
Horton, of this town, at said East Windsor, 
by Rev. Mr. Robbins. Gazette of 
TUELLS Thomas L. and Rachal Earle, daughter 
of Capt. John, by the Rev. Dr. Gano. Ga- 
zette of 
TUELL James and Elizabeth Clarke, daughter 
of William, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Benjamin, Jr., and Eliza B. Greene, daughter 
of the late Stephen, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, all 
of and at Newport, 



March 20, 1825 

June 18, 1796 

Feb. II, 1797 

Feb. 8, 1800 

Oct. 19, 1 80s 



Feb. 22, 1806 
Oct. I, 1808 
May 7, 1815 

May 28, 1820 
Oct. 14, 1 82 1 

March 7, 1822 
Nov. 6, 1822 
May 18, 1823 

April 26, 1794 

Dec. 4, 1813 

Dec. 14, 1820 

April 28, 1 8 10 
July 5, 1818 

Aug. 13, 1820 



400 - VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TUELL Jatnfes M. and Priscilla L. Ward, daugh- 
ter of Benoni, both of and at Newport. 
Gazette of Sept. i8, 1820 

Samuel and Mary Ann Cutter, daughter of 
Thomas, both of and at Newport. Gazette 
of Dec. 28, 1822 

Ehza, daughter of Benjamin, and Thomas B. 

Lawton, at Newport. Gazette of Jan. 18, 1823 

TUFTS Ruth, daughter of Capt. Simon, and 
Col. Elijah Vose, both of the Massachu- 
setts Line. Gazette of March 27, 1784 

Charles, of Smithfield, and Sophia Hunne- 
well, of and at Cambridge, by Rev. Mr. 
Whitmor?. Gazette of Nov. 3, 1824 

TURNER Hannah, daughter of Dr. John, and 

Robert Lawton, at Freetown. Gazette of Nov. 22, 1783 

Amos and Polly Griffith, daughter of John. 
Gazette of Oct. 31, 1789 

Rhobe and Capt. Henry Nimmo, of Rich- 
mond, Va., at Warren. Gazette of Oct. 25, 1794 

Hannah, daughter of the late Joseph, and 

Seth Yates, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1798 

Elizabeth, second daughter of Capt. Tnomas, 
and Edward Haskell, formerly of New- 
buryport, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. i, 1807 

Dr. Henry E. and Mrs. Martha W. Nightin- . 
gale, both of East Greenwich. Gazette of Oct. 27, 18 10 

Harriet C, of Warren, R. L, and Joseph M. 
Allen, Jr., merchant, at Portland, Me., by 
Rev. E. Payson, Nov. 7, 181 3 

Cynthia and George C. Brown, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, April 10, 1814 

Dr. James V., of East Greenwich, and Catha- 
rine R. Greene, eldest daughter of Hon. 
Roy, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Waldo, Aug. 27, 1815 

Margaret C, eldest daughter of Capt. Will- 
iam, and Capt. Alfred Barton, both of and 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 15, 1820 

Eliza and Israel H. Day, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Preston, June 28, 1821 

Anthony, of Augusta, Ga., and Clarrissa H. 
Fiske, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Sept. 18, 1823 

James and Mrs. Lydia C. Jenckes, at Paw- 
tucket. Gazette of Jan. 10, 1824 

Rev. John P., of Woodstock, Ct., and Martha 
Davis Armihgton, of and at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pease, Api-il 24, 1825 



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401 



TURNEY Silas and Polly Nichols, at Bridge- 

portj Ct. Gazette of 
TURPIN Benjamin and Lydia Wheaton, daugh- 
ter of William, Esq. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of Benjamin, and Ephraim 
Randall, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

John W. and Parthenia Beckwith, both of 
and at Smithfield, 

Ann Mary, of this town, and Capt. Richard 
King, of and at Boston. Gazette of 

TUPPER Miss , daughter of Gen. Tup- 

per, and Winthrop Sargent, Esq., Secre- 
tary of the Ohio Company, at Marietta, 
Ohio. Gazette of 
TUTTLE Sampson, Esq., aged 62 years, and 
Rebecca Trowbridge, aged 19 years, at 
Littleton. Gazette of 

Abigail T. and Benjamin Bowen, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, at Pawtucket, 

Job N., of this town, and Esther S. Blake,* of 
and at Rochester, N. H., 

TWEEDY John, Jr., of Newport, and 

Andrews, daughter of Judge Andrews, of 
Cranston, at London, Eng., 

Jane, daughter of Dr. John, and Hon. George 
Hazard, both of Newport, at South Kings- 
town, 

Amey, daughter of Dr. John, and Robert 
Joseph Dunn, Esq., both of and at New- 
port, 

Mrs. Catharine, widow of William, and Col. 
Henry Sherbourne, at Newport. Gazette of 
TYLER Amey and Dexter Brown, both of Prov- 
idence, 

William, Adjutant Major of Brigade, and 
Lydia Jackson, only daughter of George, 
Esq., dec. Gazette of 
• John Steele, late of Boston, and Sally Whit- 
well, daughtier of William, dec, at Hamp- 
ton. Gazette of 

Catharine, daughter of William, and Jabez 
Gorham. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of William, hatter, and Jere- 
miah Spear. Gazette of 

Mrs. Lucy, late of Providence, and David 
Smith, at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Capt. Solomon and Loraney Mason, daugh- 
ter of Edward, by the Rev. President 
Maxcy, 



Dec. 12, 1818 
Nov. 24, 1787 

March 26, 18 10 
Jan. 14, 1816 
Aug. I, 1818 

June 13, 1789 

Oct. 26, 1799 
July 4, 1 82 1 
June I, 1823 

Nov. 6, 1763 

July 28, 1769 

Aug. I, 1769 
June II, 1785 
Sept. 24, 1769 

Dec. 3, 1774 

June 17, 1775 

Nov. I, 1783 

June 18, 1785 

Dec. 14, 1799 

May 27, 1 80 1 



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TYLER Samuel, merchant, and Emma Rogers, 
daughter of Col, Z Rogers, at Nor- 
wich, Ct. Gazette of April i6, 1803 
John, of Providence, and Amelia Corey, of 

East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Feb. 6, 1809 

Dr. George W. and Mary E. Aborn, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Jonathan, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 3, 1822 

TYNG Rev. Stephen H., of Georgetown, D. C, 
and Ann De Wolfe Griswold, daughter of 
Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, at St. Michael's 
Church, Bristol, Aug. 5, 1821 

TYSON Miss Ann, 62, and Richard Illings- 
worth, TJ, he of Henshall, she of Thorne, 
Eng. Gazette of March 3, .1824' 



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UNDERWOOD Nicholas and Elizabeth Ward, 
at Newport, 

Hannah, eldest daughter of Samuel, of South 
Kingstown, and Caleb Hill, of this town, 
at said South Kingstown, by Elder Palmer. 
Gazette of 

Almira C. and James C. Starkweather, both 
of and at Seekonk, 

Frederick, of Newport, and Nancy Potter, at 
New Bedford. Gazette of 
UNIACKE Martha Maria, 2d daughter of R. J., 
Esq., and Thomas JN. Jeffrey, Esq., col- 
lector of the customs, at Halifax, N. S. 
Gazette of 

Mary, eldest daughter of R. J., Esq., and 
Admiral Sir Andrew Mitchell, K. B., Com- 
mander of the British Fleet on that sta- 
tion, in Halifax, N. S. Gazette of 
UPDIKE Daniel, merchant, and Betsey Wall, 
daughter of the late Henry, Esq., at Wick- 
ford. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. John, and Capt. 
Scott Jenckes, 

Capt. Richard and Polly Soule, daughter of 
Capt. William. Gazette of 

Daniel, Esq., of North Kingstown, and Miss 

Arnold, daughter of Col. William, 

at East Greenwich. Gazette of 



Aug. 29, 181 1 

Jan. 6, 1816 

June 7, 1821 

March 19, 1823 

June 15, 1805 

June 15, 1805 

Feb. 23, 1788 
Aug. 29, 1790 
Aug. 22, 1795 

May 18, 1799 



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403 



UPDIKE Abigail, daughter of Lodowick, Esq., 
and Joseph Reynolds, at North Kingstown. 
Gazette of 

Capt. Daniel, of this town, and Eliza Ann 
Van Doosonbury, of and at New York. 
Gazette of 

Abijah, youngest daughter of the late Capt. 
John, of Providence, and John Miller 
Noyes, of Massachusetts, at Cranston, at 
the seat of Capt. Scott Jenckes. Gazette 
of 

Nancy, daughter of the late Capt. John, and 
Isaac Pitman, merchant, in this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Gilbert and Hannah Dennis, daughter of 
Capt. Thomas, of Newport, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight. Gazette of 

Capt. -Alfred and Dorcas Reynolds, at Wick- 
ford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Richard Smith, of Wickford, and Mary An- 
gell Whitman, second daughter of Jacob, 
of this town, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Anstis, daughter of the late Lodowick, of 
Wickford, and William Lee, merchant, of 
this town, at Wickford, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Gazette of 

John C. and Mary Field, daughter of the late 
George, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Mrs. Mary and William J. Tillinghast, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
UPHAM Joel and Mrs. Mary Bussey, widow of 
Capt. William, botb of Dorchester, Mass., 
in this town, 
UTLEY Dr. Leander, of this town, and Hannah 
Harris, daughter of Joseph, of and at 
Cranston. Gazette of 
UPPS Elizabeth and Bartlett A. Downs, at 

Charleston, S. C. Gazette of 
USHER Betsey, daughter of the late Rev. Mr. 
Usher, of Bristol, and Ensign Cooke, of 
Glocester. Gazette of 

Capt. Aaron, of Bristol, and Mary B. Bos- 
worth, of Warren, daughter of the late 
Benjamin, Esq., at Bristol. Gazette of 

George P., Esq., and Susan Maria Griswold, 
eldest daughter of the Bishop, at Bristol, 
by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold. Gazette of 

Susan, of Bristol, and Daniel Gorham, of 
Warwick, at said Bristol. Gazette of 



March 28, 1801 
June 18, 1803 

Sept. 6, 1806 

Nov. 29, 1806 

Oct. 10, 1807 
March 21, 1808 

Jan. 20, 181 1 

Oct. 5, 181 1 

Aug. I, 1813 

March 3, 1822 

Sept. 17, 1815 

May 8, 1824 
Aug. 22, 1 818 

Feb. 27, 1779 

June 6, 1812 

Aug. 9, 1817 
Aug. 18, 1824 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



VALENTINE Henry, of Hopkinton, Mass., 
merchant, and Mary Mawney, daughter of 
Col. John, at Cranston. Gazette of 
James, merchant, and Julia A. Sterry, both 
of this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

VALLETT Asahel ti., of Johnston, and Molly 
Henry, of and at Cranston. Gazette of 

VAN ALSTINE John, of New York, and Alice 
Lawton, of Newport, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Brown, 

VANDERBECK Ann, daughter of Isaac, Jr., 
Esq., and James Walker, of New York, 
merchant, formerly of this town, in New 
Jersey. Gazette of 

VANDORM Ruth and Capt. Spooner Ruggles, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes. Gazette of 

VAN DORAN Joshua, of Bristol, and Philadel- 
phia Gray, of and at Tiverton. Gazette of 

VAN DOOSONBURY Eliza Ann, of New 
York, and Capt. Daniel Updike, of this 
town, at New York. Gazette of 

VAN HUAN Ariel and Nancy C. Carew, both 
of Westerly, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Kuppers, 

VAN RENSSALAER Magdalen, daughter of 
Col. Henry, and William Y. Burrough, mer- 
chant, formerly of this town, at Claverack, 
N. Y. Gazette of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Killian, of Clavarack, 
N. Y., and Peter Elmcndorf, Esq. Gazette 
of 

VAN WICKHAM Mrs Arabella and A. E. 
Soesman, Esq., of Baltimore, American 
Consul at Samarang, Java, 

VAREESY the widow of Mons,, with a fortune 
of .^8000 per annum, and the CouQt Rum- 
ford. Gazette of 

VARNUM James Mitchell, attorney at law, and 

Child, daughter of Cromwell Child, 

of Warren, 

VARS Martha Ann, of Newport, and Russell J. 
Clarke, of Saybrook, Ct., at said Newport. 
Gazette of 

VARSE Pardon and Harriet Sherman, daughter 
of the late Pardon, at Newport, by the Rev. 
Mr. Eddy. Gazette of 



Feb. 13, 1808 

April 16, 181 5 

Jan. 9, 1822 

March 13, 1823 

April I, 1786 

Sept. 28, 181 1 

July 13, 1822 

June 18, 1803 

April 7, 1822 

Oct. 21,1797 

Sept. 25, 1802 

April 14, 1820 

April 27, 180S 

Feb. 8, 1770 

May 3, 1823 

Jan. 30, 1 8 19 



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405 



VARY Abigail, daughter of Nathan, and Simon 
Whipple, of Cumberland, at Mendon. Ga- 
zette of 
VATON Mary and Thomas McFoy^ both of and 

at Newport, 
VAUGHAN Elizabeth, only daughter of the late 
Capt. Joshua, and Stuteley Heines, mer- 
chant, at North Kingstown. Gazette of 
Amey, daughter of the late Caleb, and Ben- 

oni Waterman, at Coventry, 
Daniel, merchant, of Charleston, S. C, 
and Hannah Tew, of Portsmouth, R. I., 
in this town. Gazette of 
Benjamin and Cynthia Wheaton, daughter of 
Caleb, both of this town, at the Friends' 
Meeting House, 
Gardiner and Eliza F. W. Dickens, both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Capt. George and Hope Carpenter, both of 

and at Coventry. Gazette of 

Lucy, second daughter of Benjamin, of Hal- 

lowell. Me., and William Emmons, Esq., 

of Augusta, at said Hallowell. Gazette of 

Elisha B. and Julia Walker, both of and at 

Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 
Capt. George and Sophia R. Wood, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Elnathan, at Newport. Ga- 
zette of 
Wanton and Sarah F. Sprague, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Thomas, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
VAUX George, Esq., and Eliza Head Samson, 
at Friend's Meeting House, Philadelphia. 
Gazette of 
VEAZIE John, of this town, and Diana Mowry, 
daughter of William, Esq., at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
VENNEMAN Rebecca and Jeremiah Cole, at 

Warren. Gazette of 
VERILY Susan and Capt. John L. Perry, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Sarah D. and Capt. Joseph B. Spooner, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 
VERNON Samuel, 3d, and Betsey Ellery, 
daughter of Christopher, Esq., at New- 
port. Gazette of 
' Harriet, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and Sam- 
uel King, merchant, of New York, at 
Newport. Gazette of 
VERPLANCK Gulian C, Esq., and Mary Eliza 
Fenno, at New York. Gazette of 



Dec. 13, 1794 
Nov. 14, 1815 

Jan. 22, 1803 
Dec. 25, 1803 

Oct. 20, 1810 

Dec. 8, 18 14 
Nov. 5, 181 s 
April 4, 1 82 1 

Oct. 4, 1823 
March 31, 1824 

Nov. 3, 1824 
Dec. 6, 1824 

March 25, 1809 

Oct. 9, 1817 
Oct. 13, 1824 

May 9, 1824 
Aug. 7, 1825 

Jan. IS, 178s 

Oct. 2, 1802 
Oct. 12, 181 1 



406 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

VERPLANCk Johnson, Esq., one of the editors 
of the "New York American," and Louisa 
Augusta Gouvenour, at New York. Ga- 
zette of July 2, 1823 
VERRY Patience, daughter of Nathan, of Men- 
don, and Asa Aldis, of Franklin. Gazette 
of Sept. 16, 1797 

Jones and Lydia Verry, daughter of Capt. 

Samuel, all of Salem, Mass., Feb. 21, 1813 

Lydia, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and Jones 
Verry, all of Salem, Mass., Feb. 21, 181 3 

Nathan, Jr., of Mendon, and Nancy Ballou, 
daughter of Ziba, of and at Cumberland. 
Gazette of June 28, 1823 

VERVIER Mademoiselle, aged 16 years, and 
Citizen Bouzier, aged 86 years, grand niece 
of his first wife after whose death he lived 
a widower 50 years. He is godfather to 
his present wife's mother. Gazette of May 26, 1804 

VIALL Polly, daughter of John, of this town, 
and John Mumford, of New York, mer- 
chant. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1784 

Mrs. Ruth, aged Tl years, and Col. William 
Bullock, aged JJ years, both of Rehoboth ; 
the bride is the youngest of four sisters 
now living; at Barrington, April 11, 1790 

Hezekiah and Ann Frances Low, at Barring- 
ton. Gazette of Dec. 19, 1795 

Patience, of this town, and Jacob Heston, of 
Blockley, Penn., at Philadelphia, by Rev. 
Dr. Rogers. Gazette of Jan. 12, 1799 

Polly, daughter of DonnoUy, and William 

Wilson. Gazette of May 22, 1802 

John and Betsey Williams, widow of Stephen 

G., by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Feb. 27, 181 4 

Charlotte Matilda, daughter of Nathaniel, of 
Newport, and Gen. Isaac Stall, at Tiver- 
ton. Gazette of July 12, 18 17 

John B. and Sarah Bowen, of Providence, at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Sept. 21, 18 17 

Joseph, of Monroe, N. Y., merchant, and 
Louisa Smith, daughter of Ebenezer, of 
and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, April 26, 1818 

VILLIERS Lady and Lord Henry Stuart, pri- 
vate secretary of Mr. Liston when Am- 
bassador to the United States ; the bride 
has a fortune of ;^ 10,000 a year, in Eng- 
land. Gazette of Oct. 16, 1802 

VINCENT Mrs. , widow, aged 105 

years, and William Mooney Stolacco Spin- 



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VINCENT : 

ner, aged i8 years, at Stigo, Ireland. 

Gazette of Dec. 5, 1772 

Henry and Sarah Wilcox, both of Water- 
town, Mass., in this town, Dec. 20, 181 1 
VINNICUM John, Jr., of Warren, and Char- 
lotte D. Martin, of and at Swansey. Ga- 
zette of Sept. II, 1824 
VINSON Sarah, daughter of Dea. Samuel, of 

Newport, and Mr. R Cannon, in 

South Carolina. Gazette of Feb. 20, 1802 

Miss Ann, daughter of Dea. Samuel, and 
Royal Paine, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Tenney, July 2, 1805 

David and Dolly Armington, in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. i, 1807 

VINTON David, merchant, and Mary Atwell, 
youngest daughter of Col. Amos, by the 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, April 17, 1797 

Lemuel and Marcy Mason, daughter of 
Aaron, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 6, 1807 

George W., of this town, and Sally Parker, 
of Boston, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Mace, Oct. 14, 1822 

Mehitable, daughter of Josiah, of Braintree, 
Mass., and Rev. John C. Welch, pastor of 
Baptist Church at Warren, at said Brain- 
tree. Gazette of April 3, 1824 

Amos Maine, merchant, and Frances Jones 
Dyer, second daughter of Elisha, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 25, 1824 

VOSE Nancy and Capt. Gideon Crawford, at 

Providence, July 28, 1767 

Nancy, of Milton, Mass., and John Seabring, 

of New York. Gazette of Nov. 9, 177 1 

Col. Elijah, late of the Massachusetts Line, 
and Ruth Tufts, daughter of Capt. Simon. 
Gazette of March 27, 1784 

Phebe, daughter of Edward, and Samuel 

Hudson, at Newport. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1798 



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WADA Elhanan W. and Hannah Brown, daugh- 
ter of the late Jesse, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill. Gazette of Sept. 10, 1803 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. Lewis, and Ben- 
jamin Allen, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Hill, Sept. 24, 1809 



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WADA Edward Cole and Ann Burrough, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. John, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, all of and at this town, Jan. 9, 1820 

Mary, daughter of Ichabod, and Caleb G. 
Gibbs, bv Rev. Mr. Adams, all of and at 
this town. May 14, 1820 

WADSWORTH Catharine, daughter of Reu- 
ben, and Samuel Wads worth, of New 
Haven, at Hartford. Gazette of Jan. .16, 1808 

Samuel, of New Haven, and Catharine 
Wadsworth, daughter of Reuben, at Hart- 
ford. Gazette of Jan. 16, 1808 
Abigail, daughter of Henry, and Charles 
Hosmer, printer of the Mirror, at Hart- 
ford, Ct. Gazette of July 18, 1812 
John A., M. D., and Eliza Mott, youngest 
daughter of Benjamin, both of and at 
Portsmouth, at Friends' Meeting House, Oct. 2, 1822 

WAGNER Ann, eldest daughter of the late 
George, and Henry Cowing, merchant, at 
Charleston, S. C, March 7, 1813 

WAINWRIGHT Elizabeth G., daughter of 
Henry, Esq., and Samuel S. Gair, at Bos- 
ton. Gazette of Sept. i, 1821 

WAIRE Richard, a pensioner of the Royal Ar- 
tillery, aged 87 years, and Miss Ann Bam- 
fied, 72 years ; the bridesmaid was 74 and 
groomsman, 73, at Plymouth, Eng., at St. 
Andrews Church. Gazette of May 29, 1822 

WAITE Lydia, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 
and William T. King, at Exeter. Gazette 
of Nov. 15, 1794 

Timothy, of Northampton, Mass., and Sarah 
Smith, daughter of Capt. Reuben, at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, March 4, 1813 

Phebe, eldest daughter of Sheffield, and 
Henry Read, both of and at Coventry, by 
Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, Feb. 16, 1823 

WAKEFIELD John and Matilda Corbin, both 

of Dudley, Mass., in this town, Oct. 9, 18 14 

WAKEMAN Daniel and Lois Crofut, at Dan- 
bury, Ct. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

WALCOTT Lieut. Benjamin and Marcy Dex- 
ter, daughter of James, at Cumberland. 
Gazette of Jan. 24, 1778 

Fanniah and Oliver May, at Cumberland. 

Gazette of June 20, 1789 

Laura, daughter of Oliver, Esq., of New 
York, and Col. George Gibbs, of Boston, 
at New York, by Rev. Dr. Romeyn, Dec. 28, 18 10 



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409 



WALCOTT Eunice, of Cumberland, and Emer- 
son Carpenter, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilder, Feb. 12, 1815 

Henry Milton and Mary Arnold, daughter 
of Rufus, at Cumberland, April 30, 181 5 

Abijah W., of Pawtucket, and Sophia Smith, 
daughter of Rev. Jonathan, of and at Men- 
don, by Rev. Mr. Daggett. Gazette of Sept. 16, 1815 

Sarah Ann and Isaac Field, merchant, both 
of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, in this 
town, * Oct. 7, 1816 

Nancy and Loring Carpenter, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 20, 1820 

Edward and Ann Greene, daughter of Timo- 
thy, both of and at Pawtucket. Gazette of May 18, 1822 

Marcy, daughter of Capt. Benjamin T., and 
Lamed Pitcher, both of and at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 10, 1823 

George W. and Amey Lawrence, daughter 
of John, both of and at this town. Ga- 
zette of June 4, 1823 

Amanda and Dr. William Webb, at Wind- 
ham, Ct. Gazette of Jan. 17, 1824 

Mary E., daughter of the late Capt. John, 
and Levi T. Cheever, both of and at Cum- 
berland, April 10, 1825 

Lodowick S., of Cumberland, and Mary 
Dexter, daughter of Christopher, of and at 
Smithfield. Gazette of June 22, 1825 

WALDEN Capt. George and Mary Harwood, 

both of Newport, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 30, 1813 

Abby S., daughter of Capt. George, and 
Stephen Hawkins, Jr., of Glocester, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, April 9, 1819 
WALDO Caroline, daughter of Calvin, Esq., 
and Josiah Dean, Jr., Esq., of Raynham, 
at Dalton, Mass. Gazette of Jan. 2, 1808 
WALDRON Richard S. and Lydia Grey, daugh- 
ter of P Grey, af Bristol. Gazette 

of Feb. 21, 1807 

Abby and Robert Frederick, at Bristol. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 28, 1807 

Sally M., daughter of the late Capt. George, 
and Capt. James Hervey Adams, of Med- 
field, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Griswold. 
Gazette of April 30, 1808 

Billings, '2nd, and Hannah Dimond, daughter 
of Jonathan, at Bristol, by. Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford. Gazette of March 7, 1812 



410 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

WALDRON Eliza, of Canandaigua, N. Y., and 

Horace Richmond, formerly of this town, 

at said Canandaigua, Oct. 4, 1814 

Samuel and Ruth Tincham, both of and at 

Glocester. Gazette of June 19, 1819 

Rebecca and Sanford M. Pearce, at Bristol. 

Gazette of Jan. 8, 1823 

Roswell W. and Cynthia Kingman, both of 

Middleborough, at Bristol. Gazette of April 28, 1824 

Martha and Benjamin Hoar, both of and at 

Bristol. . Gazette of Nov. 22, 1824 

Nathaniel, of Bristol, and Elizabeth H. 

Smith, of Newport, at said Bristol. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 24, 1824 
WALES the Prince of, and the Princess Caro-- 

line, of Brunswick, in England, married by 

the Arch Bishop of Canterbury, assisted 

by the Bishop of London, April — , 1795 

Princess of. Her Royal Highness Charlotte 

Augusta, daughter of the Prince Regent 

of England, and heiress presumptive to 

the British Throne, and. His Serene High- 
ness Leopold George Frederick, Prince of 

Coberg, of Saalfield, Duke of Saxe, Mar- 
grave of Meissen, Landgrave of Thuringen, 

etc. The Prince is in his 26th, and 

the Princess is in her 20th year, in Lon- 
don, May 2, 1816 
WALKER James, of New York, merchant, 

formerly of this town, and Ann Vander- 

beck, daughter of Isaac, Jr., Esq., in New 

Jersey. Gazette of April i, 1786 

Nathaniel and Polly Horton, both of this 

town. Gazette of Dec. 20, 1794 

John, alias Sickquoinneyoukee, a Cherokee 

chief, and Ann Jane Durant, at Philadel- 
phia. Gazette of Jan. 21, 1797 
Susannah and Benjamin B. Pierce, both of 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1808 

Capt. Simeon and Nancy Whitaker, both of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Dec. 18, 1810 

Mary, of this town, and Daniel Russell, Jr., 

of Lyndeborough, N. H., at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 12, 1812 

Sophia and George A. Harris, at Scituate. 

Gazette of Jan. 23, 1813 

Mrs. Ann and Dea. Joseph Fuller, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Osborne, June 19, 1817 

Mary H., of this town, and William Penn 

Stanton, of Warren, at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson. Gazette of Feb. 7, 1818 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



411 



WALKER Elizabeth and William Martin, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at this town, 

Elisha and Narcissa Read, both of and at 
Taunton. Gazette of 

Joseph, of Wellington, Mass., and Emmo- 
rance Round, of and at Rehoboth. Ga- 
zette of 

Betsey, daughter of Nehemiah, of Welling- 
ton, and Otis Nichols, of Rehoboth, at 
Taunton. Gazette of 

Joseph and Adiann Patt, both of and at 
Cumberland. Gazette of 

Agnes and Major Joseph Norwell, editor of 
the "Whig," both of and at Nashville, 
Tenn. Gazette of 

Appleton and Waitey S. Howell, daughter 
of the late Hon. Jeremiah B., in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Peter and Deborah Lincoln, both of and at 
Taunton. Gazette of 

Harriet and Edward Seagrave, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Julia and Elisha B. Vaughn, both of and at 
Killingly, Ct. Gazette of 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. Richard, and John 
J. Bishop, at Seekonk. Gazette of 

Elizabeth, of this town, and Norman Lyman, 
of Hartford, Ct., at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 

Arvilla, daughter of the late Timothy, and 
Edward Dexter, Jr., both of and at See- 
konk. Gazette of 
WALL Capt. William and Hope Harris, daugh- 
ter of the late Henry. Gazette of 

Betsey, daughter of the late Henry, Esq., 
and Daniel Updike, merchant, at Wick- 
ford. Gazette of 

William and Ann Saunders, in this town. 
Gazette of 

Eliza S. and Adam Brown, in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Samuel C. and Almira Whitman, at Coven- 
try. Gazette of 
WALLS David and Mary Greatracks, of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
WALLACE James, merchant, and Nabby Gar- 
diner, daughter of Hon. John, deceased, 
at Newport. Gazette of 

Mrs. Sarah and George Richards, formerly 
of this town, at Boston. Gazette of 



April Si 1819 
June 23, 1821 

Aug. 24, 1822 

Aug. 31, 1822 
Oct. 16, 1822 

May 7, 1823 

Oct. IS, 1823 

Jan. 31, 1824 

March 2S, 1824 

March 31, 1824 

April 21, 1824 

Dec. 27, 1824 

Feb. 19, 1825 
Nov. 9, 1 77 1 

Feb. 23, 1788 

Dec. II, 1822 

July 3, 1825 

Oct. 8, 1825 

July 2, 1815 

Nov. 26, 1774 
April 29, 1786 



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WALLACE Fanny, daughter of Capt. James, 
and John Cundall, of Portsmouth, at New- 
port. Gazette of Feb. 6, 1802 

John B., Esq., and Susan Binney, by Rev. 

Dr. Abercrombie, at Philadelphia, April 2, 1805 

Mary, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., of Al- 
bany, and John Clifford, formerly of this 
town, at said Albany, by Rev. Dr. Neill. 
Gazette of March 4, 181 5 

Mrs. , her third husband in thirteen 

months, and Mr. Bontres, an old 

bachelor, at Cheshire, Eng. Gazette of Aug. 19, 1815 

William and Katey Leegg, at Philadelphia, 

after a courtship of 30 minutes. Gazette of Sept. 21, 1816 

Harriet, daughter- of Capt. David, of Hyde 
Co., N. C, and Stephen G. Field, formerly 
of this town, at said Hyde Co Gazette of Dec. I2, 1818 

Hetty Ann, daughter of Capt. David, of 
Hyde Co., N. C, and Israel Sheldon, for- 
merly of Pawtuxet, at said Hyde Co., Dec. 14, 1820 
WALLEN John, of this town, and Mary Green- 
wood, of Newport, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Sept. 25, 1808 

Eliza and David Gale, both of this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, April 4, 1813 

Phebe and Joseph Field, both of this town, Oct. 7, 18 19 

John and Sophia H. Field, daughter of the 
late John, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and 
at this town, Feb. 9, 1 820 

WALLIS Nancy Hale and James Cameron, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Jan. 30, 1825 

WALLOCK Harriet, daughter of Moses, Esq., 
and Jacob Crowningshield, U. S, Navy, at 
Boston, by Rev. Mr. Young. Gazette of June 11, 1825 

WALTER Maria, daughter of Rev. Nathaniel, 
of Roxbury, and Joseph Otis, of Barn- 
stable, son of Hon. James, at Roxbury, Feb. 22, 1770 

James and Polly Herns, both of this town. 

Gazette of June 12, 1784 

Sophia and Francis Bliven, printer, both of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 18, 1814 

Mary H. and Alfred Crowningshield, at 
Valley Falls. Gazette of April 9, 1823 

WALTON Joshua, of this town, and Ann Sim- 
mons, of Freetown. Gazette of Oct. 15, 1803 

Amos and Mary H. Messenger, both of and 
at Attleboro. Gazette of Dec. 24, 1823 

Samuel W. and Sally L. Willard, of this 
town, at Chepatchet, by Rev. Mr. Angell, Sept. 12, 1824 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 413 

WANTON Hon. Joseph, Jr., and Bren- 

ton, daughter of Jahleel, Esq., dec, at 

Newport. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1775 

Fanny, daughter of Peter, Esq., of Newport, 
and Samuel Snow, merchant. Gazette of May 19, 1781 

Mrs. Sarah, widow of Joseph, Jr., Esq., and 
William Atherton, Esq., of Jamaica, at 
Newport. Gazette of Jan. 15, 1785 

Sally, daughter of the late Capt. Edward, 
and Capt. Joseph Huntington, at New- 
port. Gazette of Sept. 15, 1792 

William and Sally Brown, daughter of An- 
drew, at North Providence. Gazette of Dec. 20, 1800 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. John, and Latham 

Thurston, Jr., at Newport. Gazette of Aug. 14, 1802 

WARD Betsey and Rev. William Bliss, at New- 
port. Gazette of Jan. 29, 1780 

Betsey, daughter of Henry, Esq., and Dr. 

Pardon Bowen. Gazette of Dec. 13, 1780 

Ray and Sally Gardiner, daughter of Capt. 
George, at Newport. Gazette of Nov. 15, 1783 

Richard, merchant, and Betsey Brown, daugh- 
ter of the late Joseph. Gazette of Aug. 22, 1789 

John, merchant, and Eliza Bowen, daughter 

of Dr. Ephraim. Gazette of Dec. 29, 1792 

Henry, Esq., of Charleston, S. C, and 
Mary Grimke, sister of the Hon. Judge 
Grimke, of South Carolina, Aug. 4, 1799 

Elizabeth and Nicholas Underwood, at New- 
port, Aug. 29, 181 1 

Samuel, of South Kingstown, and Lucinda 
Paine, daughter of the late William, of 
New Shoreham, Sept. 26, 181 1 

Samuel, Jr., Esq., of New York, and Julia 
Rush Cutler, daughter of the late R. C, 
Esq., of Roxbury, at Trinity Church, Bos- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner. Gazette of Oct. 17, 1812 

Priscilla L., daughter of Benoni, and James 
M. Tuell, both of and at Newport. Ga- 
zette of Sept. 18, 1820 

Silas and Alice C. Boone, daughter of James, 
at Newport. Gazette of ' Oct. 30, 1820 

Sally, daughter of Nicholas, and Thomas 
Bush, Jr., at Newport. Gazette of Sept. 21, 1822 

John and Wealthy Maxon, daughter of Isaac, 
at Newport. Gazette of Jan. i, 1823 

Benjamin W. C, of Newport, and Susan E. 
K. Munro, of Bristol, at Middleboro. Ga- 
zette of April 28, 1824 

Susan C, of this town and Daniel B. Davis, 



414 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

WARD: 

of Newport, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Webb, Oct. 3, 1825 

WARDLOW James and Eliza Cooke, eldest 

daughter of Robert, both of this town, at 

Seekonk. Gazette of Jan. 2T, 1821 

WARDWELL Stephen and Polly Snow, daugh- 
ter of Capt. James. Gazette of Oct. 23, 1784 
Hannah Swan and William Adams, at Bris- 
tol. Gazette of Oct. 29, 1791 
Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen, and John 

Dunwell, both of Providerice, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, July 20, 1812 

Mary, daughter of Stephen, and Capt. Ben- 

nanuel Bowers, all of this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Sept. 14, 18 15 

Abigail and Henry Wight, Jr., merchant, by 

Rev. Mr. Mann, at Bristol, Jan. 23, 1817 

Col. Samuel and Mrs. Lucy Coggeshall, at 

Bristol, Nov. 30, 1817 

Josiah S. and Sally Lindsey, at Bristol. Ga- 
zette of May 5, 1821 
John and Dorcas Corey Snow, daughter of 

John, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 19, 1823 

Stephen Snow and Mary Seabury, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 9, 1823 

Celia D. and Ichabod Perry, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 11, 1825 

Ellen, eldest daughter of Allen, Esq., of 

Bristol, and Rev. Isaac Stoddard, .of New 

London, at said iSristol. Gazette of July 9, 1825 

WARE Clorinda, of Dighton, and Arouet Rich- 
mond, of this town, at Dighton, Feb. 10, 181 1 
Harriet J. and Franklin Newell, of this town, 

at Shrewsbury, Mass. Gazette of Nov. 30, 181 1 

Charles, of the Navy Yard, and Catharine A. 

Rhodes, of Boston, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, May 11, 1817 

Marv, daughter of the late Dr. George, of 

Dighton, Mass., and Capt. Seth Talbot, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 9, 18 19 

Rev. William, pastor of First Congregational 

Church, New York, and Mary Waterhouse, 

daughter of Dr. Benjamin, at Cambridge. 

Gazette of June 18, 1823 

WARING Dr. Edmund T. and Freelove Sophia 

Malbone, daughter of Francis, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Dehon. Gazette of Oct. i, 1803 

Leigh and Susannah Aldrich, of this town. 

Gazette of July 18, 181 2 



PROVIDENCE -GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 41 5 

WARNER Hannah, daughter of Capt. Samuel, 

and Jesse Cooke. Gazette of Feb. 26, 1791 

Keziah and Jaykel Dana, both of this town. 

Gazette of Dec. 21, 1793 

John and Mrs. Tabor. Gazette of March 3, 1798 

Sally R., daughter of Capt. Oliver R., of 

Newport, and Capt. Benjamin Page, by the 

Rev. Mr. Clarke, Sept. 19, 1799 

Benjamin C. and Phebe Eddy, daughter of 

Joseph. Gazette of Oct. 19, 1799 

Capt. John and Mrs. Mary Lewis, in this 

town. Gazette of Oct. 2, 1802 

Esther Phillips, daughter of the late Capt. 

William, of Middletown, Ct., and Major 

Benjamin Hoppin, Jr., of this town, at 

Middletown, Ct., Nov. 13, 1802 

Mary A., daughter of Capt. John S., and 

Simeon Field. Gazette of Dec. 3, 1803 

Isabel, daughter of Thomas, and John R. 

Waterman, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Lit- 

tlefield, . Nov. 3, 1805 

James and Nancy Martin," daughter of the 

late Samuel, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 9, 1806 

Ann V. and George Dorrance, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 13, 1807 

James M. and Lydia W. Searle, daughter of 

John, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 24, 1812 

Harriet, daughter of the late Capt. John, of 

this town, and William C. Manchester, of 

Warwick, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Jan. 7, 1815 

Bathsheba and Jacob Synja, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 23, 18 13 

Marcy, of Glocester, and William Coburn, a 

native of the United Kingdom, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Gazette of Sept. 11, 1813 

Capt. Samuel and Sarah N. Mann, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of this town, Oct. i, 1815 

Lydia and William Field, 2d, in this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of Dec. 12, 1818 

James S. and Hepsibeth Cathcart, formerly 

of Nantucket, at Mendon, by A. Allen, 

Esq., Jan. 7, 1821 

Sarah Ann and Caleb C. Cooke, both of and 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 3, 1821 

Mary and Otis Tabor, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

at this town, Dec. 2, 1821 

Hannah and John Willey, both of and at this 

town. Gazette of May 18, 1822 

James, of Warwick, and Susan Angell, of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Aug. 17, 1823 



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WARNER William, of Charlestown, Mass., and 

Ann Willey, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, 
Ceriah, daughter of Daniel, of Mendon, and 

Capt. Levi Mowry, of and at Smithfield, 
Sarah and William M. Greene, at Warwick. 

Gazette of 
Christopher and Sally Greene, both of War- 
wick, 
Thomas and Sally Chace, both of Warwick, 
Capt. Gilbert, of New York, and Phebe 

Baxter, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, 
WARREN Abijah, of Attleboro, and Lydia 

Nightingale, daughter of the late Samuel, 

Esq. Gazette of 
Samuel, of this town, and Mary Mellen, 

daughter of Col. James, at Milford, Mass., 

by the Rev. Caleb Alexander, 
Dr. Thomas and Martha De Wolf, daughter 

of Charles, all of Bristol, in this town, 
Lewis and Mary Cole, of Warwick, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, in this town. Gazette of 
Betsey and Elisha Parlin, at Navy, Vt., (first 

marriage in town). Gazette of 
Matilda and Benjamin Church, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann. Gazette of 
Hamilton and Eliza Janette Field, daughter 

of Joseph, both of and at this town, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Samuel, of Bristol, 

and William Jones, of Charleston, S. C, at 

said Bristol, 
WARRINER Abner M., formerly of Palmer, 

Mass., and Mary Ann Greene, daughter of 

the late Col. Job, of and at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
WARRING Hambleton, of Edenton, N. C, and 

Eliza Jeannette Field, daughter of Joseph, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
WASHBURN Isaac, of Taunton, and Betsey 

Richmond, eldest daughter of William, 

Esq. Gazette of 
Stella, daughter of Hon. Seth, of Raynham, 

Mass., and Rev. Samuel Deane, of Scit- 

uate, Mass., at Raynham . Gazette of 
Fanny, of Raynham, and Horatio" Leonard, 

Esq., sheriff of Bristol Co., Mass., at Bris- 
tol by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Lucinda A. and John Wilbyr, at Leicester, 

Mass. Gazette of 



Sept. 22, 1823 

Nov. 23, 1823 

Dec. 24, 1823 

May 29, 1825 
May 29, 1825 

July 31, 1825 

Oct. 19, 1793 

April 19, 1797 

Nov. 23, 181 1 

April I, 1815 

April 8, 1815 

July 27, 1820 

March 25, 1824 

Sept. 12, 1824 

Feb. 21, 1813 

March 25, 1824 

May 12, 1798 

Oct. 6, 1810 

Sept. 25, i8i2 
July I, 1815 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 417 

WASHBURN Lysander, of Boston, merchant, 
and Martha D. Dean, daughter of Silas, of 
and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, July 23, 1818 

Ruel, of Livermore, Me., and Delia King, 
daughter of Capt. Barzillai, at Raynham, 
Mass., by Rev. Stephen Hull. Gazette of Oct. 30, 1820 

William, of Taunton, and Mrs. Phebe Pearce 
Penno, daughter of Dr. Benjamin Dyer, of 
and at Cranston, Sept. 26, 1821 

Isaac, Jr., of Taunton, and Joanna S. At- 
wood, of this town, at Cranston. Gazette 
of June s, 1822 

Miss and Capt. Calvin Thomas, for- 
merly of Hansom, Mass., at Freetown. 
Gazette of , Nov. 2, 1822 

Caleb Strong, of Raynham, Mass., and Sarah 
Tillinghast Oldridge, of and at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Mann. Gazette of Oct. i, 1825 

WASHINGTON Col. , a prisoner of war 

at Charleston, S. C, and Elliott, at 

said place. Gazette of Feb. 16, 1782 

Fanny and Tobias Lear, at Mt. Vernon, Va. 

Gazette of Aug. 22, 1795 

Mrs. Lucy, sister of Mrs. Madison, and 
Thomas Todd, a judge of the Supreme 
Court of the United States, at the White 
House, Washington, 
WATERHOUSE Dr. Benjamin, professor in 
Harvard and Brown Colleges, and Eliza- 
beth Oliver, at Boston. Gazette of 

Mary, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and Rev. 
William Ware, pastor of First Congrega- 
tional Church, New York, at Cambridge. 
Gazette of 
WATERMAN Betsey, daughter of Capt. John, 
and John White, merchant, 

Rufus, merchant, and Hannah Sprague, 
daughter of Obadiah. Gazette of 

Capt. Asa, of Norwich, and Mrs. Ann Sterry, 
widow of Capt. Robert. Gazette of 

Capt. .William and Polly Farnum, daughter 
of John, Esq., dec, at Smithfield. Ga- 
zette of Nov. 29, 1777 

Freelove, daughter of Charles, dec, of John- 
ston, and Olney Winsor, merchant. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 6, 1777 

Robey, daughter of William, of Warwick, 
and Nathaniel Phillips, of Boston, at Paw- 
tuxet. Gazette of Feb. 13, 1779 

Capt. Laban and Esther Eddy, daughter of 
Daniel, at Johnston. Gazette of Jan. 28, 1786 



March 22, 


1812 


June 14, 


1788 


June 18, 


1823 


Jan. 26, 


1772 


Nov. 20, 


1773 


July 26, 


1777 



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WATERMAN Benjamin, of Scituate, and 
Rhoda Mathewson, daughter of Noah, 
Esq., at Johnston. Gazette of 

Rev. Elijah and Lucy Abbe, daughter of 
Samuel, Esq., at Windham, Ct. Gazette of 

Mercy, of Providence, and Jeremiah Winsor, 
of Smithfield. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Rufus, and John Thomp- 
son, by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Polly, daughter of the late Capt. William, 
and Thomas Brown, of this town, at 
Smithfield. Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of Job, Esq., and Nehemiah 
Knight, 3d, of Cranston, at Johnston, by 
the Rev. Samuel Winsor, 

Elizabeth and Samuel Morgan, by the Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, in this town, 

Nathan, 2d, and Nancy Wheaton, daughter 
of James, 

Mrs. Sarah, widow of John O., and Edward 
Sayles, of Scituate, 

Benoni and Amey Vaughan, daughter of the 
late Caleb, at Coventry, 

John R. and Isabel Warner, daughter of 
Thomas, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field, 

Freelove, daughter of the late Stephen, of 
Cranston, and Dr. Samuel Pope, at Sims- 
bury, Conn. Gazette of 

Richard, of this town, and Mary C. 
Thurston, daughter of Samuel J., of and 
at Georgetown, S. C, by Rev. Mr. Rail- 
ings, 

Stephen, merchant, and Amey Aldrich, 
daughter of Esek, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Daniel and Sabra Pearce, by Rev. Mr. Ham- 
mond, at Coventry. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Col. William, of Coventry, 
and Amos Budlong, at Warwick, 

Mary, of Glastonbury, Ct., and Capt. Chaun- 
cey Cooley, Jr., of Providence, at said 
Glastonbury, 

George and Patience Brownell, both of 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Jones, 

Dr. Henry and Sarah Thurber, daughter of 
the late Edward, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Gazette of 

Eliza H. and Capt. William C. Baron, both 
of this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 



April 21, 1792 
Nov. 28, 1795 

April 16, 1796 
April I, 1798 

Nov. 24, 1798 

July 21, 1799 
March 13, 1800 
Oct. II, 1802 
Feb. 20, 1803 
Dec. 25, 1803 

Nov. 3, 1805 

Dec. 12, 1807 

May 30, 1809 

Feb. 4, 1810 

Sept. I, 1 8 10 

May 7, 1812 

Feb. 3, 1813 
March 28, 1813 

Nov. 5, 1814 
Jan. 21, 1816 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



419 



WATERMAN Thankful and John Day, at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Emma, of Warwick, and Col. Ray G. Allen, 
of North Kingstown, at said Warwick, 

Amey, eldest daughter of Asahel, of John- 
ston, and Elisha S. Winsor, of Glocester, 
' at said Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Park, 

Louisa and Mowry Taft, formerly of Ux- 
bridge, both of Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, 

Sarah, eldest daughter of the late James, 
and Ambrose Clarke, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
at Cumberland, 

Benoni, of Johnston, and Ruth D. Knight, 
daughter of Capt. Richard, of and at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Mary, daughter of Elisha, and Henry Whit- 
ford, of Coventry, Ct., at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter. Gazette of 

Amey, eldest daughter of Thomas, and 
Sylvester Hartshorn, of this town, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. White. Gazette 
of 

James and Lydia Waterman Thornton, 
eldest daughter of William, at Johnston. 
Gazette of 
- Marcy, daughter of Resolved, and William 
Greene, both of and at Johnston. Gazette 
of 

Jemima, daughter of Capt. Charles, and 
William Waterman, 2d, both of and at 
Johnston. Gazette of 

William, 2d, and Jemima Waterman, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Charles, both of and at John- 
ston. Gazette of 

Eliza, daughter of Andrew, Esq., and John 
G. Needham, of Franklin, Mass., at Smith- 
field. Gazette of 

Zerviah, eldest daughter of Dr. George, of 
Cranston, and Simeon Arnold, of War- 
wick, at said Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Zeno and Mary Phelps, of Bristol, at John- 
ston. Gazette of 

Laban and Maria Smith, daughter of the 
late Capt. Brown, both of and at Johnston. 
Gazette of 

Edward and Prudence Carpenter, at John- 
ston. Gazette of 

George and Britanna F. Baxter, both of and 
at Johnston. Gazette of 



March 23, 1817 
Jan. 31, 1819 

May 16, 1819 

Oct. 3, 1819 

March 12, 1820 

Sept. 7, 1820 

Oct. 30, 1820 

Dec. 18, 1820 

March 10, 1821 

Aug. 4, 1 82 1 

Oct. 17, 1 82 1 

Oct. 17, 1 82 1 

Nov. 10, 1821 

Feb. 21, 1822 
Aug. 7, 1822 

Jan. 8, 1823 

March 19, 1823 

Sept. 27, 1823 



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VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



WATERMAN Major Job, Jr., and Nancy Stone, 
of Pawtuxet, at Johnston. Gazette of 

Stephen and Eliza Aldrich, both of this 
town, at 'Men don, Mass., 

Sally, of Smithfield, and Major Charles 
Sprague, of Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 
WATERS Abigail, of this town, and Lucius 
Hoes, of Kinderhook, N. Y., at this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilgon, 

Eliza and John Milk, at Boston. Gazette of 

WATKINS David, of Hartford, merchant, and 

Olive Hudson, daughter of Barzillai, senior 

editor of the Connecticut Courant, at 

Hartford. Gazette of 

Susan T., of Elizabethtown, N. J., and Lieut. 
Charles Williamson, U. S. Navy, at New 
York. Gazette of 
WATKINSON Edward, merchant, and Levina 
Hudson, daughter of Barzillai, at Hartford. 
Gazette of 
WATROUS Lydia Ann, 14J years, and Abra- 
ham Clarke, 17^ years, at Waterford, Ct. 
Gazette of 
WATSON John, of Barrington, and Mrs. Sarah 
Allen, of Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Mrs. Ruth and Benjamin Bowen, Esq., of 
Norway, N. Y., at Thompson, Ct., 

Rev. Samuel, late of Barrington, and Martha 
Bicknell, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of 
and at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of Perry, and John Babcock, 
at South Kingstown. Gazette of 

Ebenezer, of New York, merchant, and 
Frances R Sedgwick, daughter of the 
Hon. Theodore, late speaker of the Na- 
tional House of Representatives. Gazette 
of 

Stephen A. and Mary Dennis, daughter of 
Capt. Thomas, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Dehon. Gazette of 

John, Jr., of Rehoboth, and Lydia M. Mar- 
tin, daughter of Dr. Calvin, of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Matthew and Abby B. Wheaton, daughter 
of Col. Seth, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mary and Major Gideon Angell, both of and 
at Scituate, 

Daniel W. and Mary Congdon, daughter of 
Thomas R., both of and at Jamestown. 
Gazette of 



Oct. 22, 1823 
July 5, 1824 

Nov. 22, 1824 



June 30, 1808 
Jan. 13, 1 82 1 



June 4, 1803 

March 19, 1823 

Sept. 15, 1 810 

May I, 1820 
Oct. 29, 1774 
Feb. 22, 1797 

Dec. 14, 1799 
June 7, 1800 

April 18, 1 80 1 

Sept. s, 1 80 1 

Feb. 24, 18 1 3 

June 36, 1818 

March 16, 1819 

May I, 1822 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE-MARRIAGES 



421 



WATSON Eliza and Jacob Chapin, editor of 

"Columbian Reporter," both of and at 

Taunton. Gazette of 
Daniel, M. D., of South Kingstown, and 

Sarah G. C. Arnold, daughter of the late 

Perry, of and at East Greenwich, by 

Rev. Mr. Alden, 
Sarah H. daughter of Edward, and Edward 

Austin, at Newport. Gazette of 
WAY J , Esq., age 42, and Miss 

Dixon, age 13, in England. Gazette of 
Mary and Caleb Corey, both of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Elton, 
WEATHERBEE John and Sarah Eliza Clapp, 

both of Boston, 
Isaac and Sophia Greene, daughter of Bar- 

nabus, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and at 

this town, 
WEATHERHEAD Merebah and William Wil- 
kinson, 2d, at Cumberland, and both of 

that town, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
George and Atala Amsbury, daughter of 

Jabez, both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 

i/lr. Osborne, 
WEAVER Betsey and John Greenwood, dentist. 

Gazette of 
Holmes and Betsey Tew, daughter of Capt. 

Thomas, at Newport. Gazette of 
Sarah, daughter of Perry, and William F. 

Freeborn, at Newport. Gazette of 
Lydia, of Rehoboth, and Lemuel Kennedy, of 

Pawtucket, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill. 

Gazette of 
Capt. Joseph and Kitty Spinner, of Milford 

Township, Burkes Co., Penn., at New 

York, 
Philip, of Coventry, and Mrs. Meriam Keene, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Abigail, of Newport, and Nicholas North up, 

of this town, at Newport, 
Eunice, youngest daughter of Dutee, Esq., 

of East Greenwich, and Lewis Collins, of 

Massachusetts, at said East Greenwich, by 

Rev. Mr. Waldron, 
Charles S. and Diana Northup, at Coventry. 

Gazette of 
Sally C. and Lindsey Johnson, at Coventry. 

Gazette of 
Benjamin, Esq., and Eleanor D. AUsboro, of 

Portsmouth, R. L, at Freetown, Mass. Ga- 
zette of 



Dec. 24, 1823 

March 21, 1824 

Aug. 18, 1824 

Aug. 13, 1814 

April 12, 1818 

July 23, 1 812 

Sept. 12, 1819 

July 9, 1820 

Oct. 20, 1823 
April 19, 1788 
Dec. 29, 1798 

Nov. I, 1806 

Dec. 17, 1808 

Aug. 18, 1 810 

March 29, 1812 

April I, 1813 

Oct. 24, 1820 
June II, 1823 
June II, 1823 

July 14, 1824 



Oct. 20, 


, 1824 


Dec. r, 


1763 


Jan. II, 


1806 


Aug. 13, 


1808 


April 25, 


1813 


Jan. 7, 


1815 


Oct. S, 


1816 



422 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

WEAVER Catharine, daughter of Perry, and 
George W. Cole, at Newport. Gazette 
of 
WEBB Rev. Nathan, of Uxbridge, and Elizabeth 
Pratt, of Medfield, at Uxbridge, 
Capt. Thomas and Mrs. Rebecca Libbey, 
both of Boston, by the Rev. Mr. Edes. 
Gazette of 
Thomas S., Esq., of this town, and Hetty 

Hopkins, at Boston. Gazette of 
Adrian, Jr., of Worcester, Mass., and Anna 

T. Hunt, of and at Warwick, 
Nathan, Jr., and Elizabeth Rhino, at Albany. 

Gazette of 
William and Mary Pearce, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb. Gazette of 
Martha W., daughter of the late Col. Thomas 
S., and Benjamin Graves, Esq., of New 
York, at Worthington, Ohio, April 4, 1820 

David and Mrs. Whittington, in Kent 

Co., Md. The groom has been married 
seven times, twice to one wife, from a mis- 
take in the name. His age is about 50 
and weight 200 lbs. Gazette of Aug. 17, 1822 

Wealthy, of Seekonk, and Whipple Jenckes, 

of Cumberland, at said Seekonk, Jan. 19, 1823 

Capt. S. H., of 3d- U. S. Infantry, and Har- 
riet E. Baker, daughter of Major Daniel, 
U. S. Army, at Port of Suguana. Gazette 
of May 31, 1823 

Dr. William and Amanda Walcott, at Wind- 
ham, Ct. Gazette of Jan. 17, 1824 
Mary Collins, daughter of Rev. Mr. Webb, 
and Capt. Charles Clarke Cooke, at New- 
port. Gazette of Sept. 8, 1824 
WEBBER Mrs. Susanna and Whipple Freen\an, 

both of Smithfield, in this town, Sept. 4, 182 1 

Ruth and George W. Wilmarth, both of and 
at Rehoboth. Gazette of Aue 14 1822 

WEBSTER Charles R., printer, and Cynthia 

Steel, of Albany, N. Y. Gazette of April 23, 1796 

Ruth, of Pomfret, and Benajah Williams, of 

Cranston, at Pomfret. Gazette of June 11, 1803 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Nicholas, and Capt. 
William Cozzens, at Newport. Gazette of Aug. 6, 1803 

E , merchant, and Maria Sage, second 

daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., at -Middletown, 
Ct. Gazette of Feb 21 1807 

WEEDEN George and Esther Dunham, daugh- ' ' 

ter of Capt. Benjamin, at Newport. Ga- 
2e"e of April I, 1786 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 4^3 

WEEDEN Peleg, of Jamestown, and Catha- 
rine Williams, daughter of John, at 
Friends Meeting House, Newport. Ga- 
zette of Dec. 8, 1787 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel, and Capt. Dan- 
iel Coates. Gazette of Oct. 16, 1790 

James and Margaret Dawley, daughter of the 
late James, of Newport, at Exeter. Gazette 
of July 19, 1794 

John, of Jamestown, and Ann Chace, daugh- 
ter of Holder, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Portsmouth. Gazette of Jan. 12, 1799 

Martha, daughter of the late Ephraifti, and 
Capt. John Clarke, at Newport. Gazette 
of Oct. II, i8o6 

Ann, daughter of Isaac, formerly of New 

London, and Capt. Comstock, of 

Providence, at New York, by Rev. Dr. Mc- 

Knight. Gazette of June 27, 1807 

George E. and Frances Randall, daughter of 
Dr. Stephen, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 16, 1808 

Capt. George and Celinda Farnum, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of this town, Dec. 31, 1809 

Edward, of East Greenwich, and Deborah 

Kilborn, of this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, April 22, 1810 

Mary, daughter of Capt. George, and Joseph 

Cowing, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 24, 181 1 

Sarah, of New York, and David. Smith, of 
this town, at said New York. Gazette of July 13, 1816 

Benjamin D. and Cornelia Sowle, daughter 
of Capt. Cornelius, both of this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 13, 1816 

Mrs. Margaret, of this town, and Charles ' 

Tripp, of Exeter, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 9, 181 6 

Capt. James and Lydia Mowry, both of Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June i, 1817 

Henry D. and Joanna Alger, youngest daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Joseph, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, all of and at this town, Dec. 4, 181 7 

Eliza, daughter of the late Capt. James, and 
John Gardiner, both of and at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 28, 1822 

Merebah, daughter of the late William, of 
Jamestown, and Joram Northup, of and at 
North Kingstown. Gazette of June 21, 1823 

John S., of Bristol, and Elizabeth Lyon, 
daughter of the late Capt. William, of and 
at Newport. Gazette of Oct. 15, 1823 

Tiddeman and Eliza L. Boss, daughter of the 
late William, at Newport. Gazette of Jan. 21, 1824 



424 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

WEED EN Mary, daughter of Peleg, Esq., and 
Thomas S. Wightman, both of and at 
Wickford. Gazette of April 17, 1824 

William and Lydia G. Barney, daughter of 
the late Cromwell, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 12, 1824 

WEEKES Hannah and William Lloyd, at New- 
port. Gazette of Jan. 30, 1822 
WEISSENFELS Sarah Charlotte, daughter of 
Major Weissenf els, and Abraham Redwood 
Ellery, of Newport, at New York. Ga- 
zette of April 16, 1803 
WELCH Ashbel and Peggy Dorrance, at Wind- 
ham. Gazette of Oct. 24, 1795 

Hugh and Ann Hill, at Farnham, Eng., 
after a courtship of 40 years. The ages of 
this couple with that of bridesman and 
bridesmaid were : bridegroom 82, bride 86, 
bridesmaid, Miss Betty Grinaway, of P^arn- 
ham, 95, brideman, Mr. Calver, of Farn- 
ham, 82. Gazette of Dec. 22, 1798 

Mary and Joseph S. Cooke, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 21, 1807 

Rev. John C, pastor of Baptist Church, 
Warren, and Mehitable Vinton, daughter 
of Josiah, of and at Braintree, Mass. Ga- 
zette of April 3, 1824 
WELD Hermoine and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 

printer, at Boston. Gazette of Dec. 31, 1791 

Rev. Lodovicus, of Hampton, and Betsey 
Clarke, daughter of John, Esq., at Leb- 
anon, Ct. Gazette of Nov. 28, 1795 

Mary and Isaiah Thomas, Jr., of Worcester, 
printer, at Boston. Gazette of May 13, 1797 

WELLINGTON Abigail, daughter of Samuel, 
and Samuel Townsend, by Rev. Dr. Gush- 
ing, at Waltham, Mass., Dec. 16, 1807 

Martha, daughter of Samuel, and William 
Parker, of Cambridge, by Rev. Dr. Gush- 
ing, at Waltham, Mass., Dec. 16, 1807 

Sally, daughter of Samuel, and Levi Willard, 
of Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gushing, at Wal- 
tham, Mass., Dec. 16, 1807 

Ruth, of Watertown, Me., and Isaac Rob- 
bins, of this town, at said Watertown, by 
Rev. Mr. Francis, ■ June 20, 1825 

WELLMAN Horace, of Attleboro, and Hannah 
Smith, daughter of Levi, of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 31, 1820 



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425 



WELLS Sally and Lynde A. Fuller, of Pomfret, 
at Hopkinton. Gazette of 

Eliza and Leonard Capron, at East Green- 
wich, 

Harriet, of Warwick, and Simon Ray 
Greene, Esq., of East Greenwich, at said 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Capt. James, of Hopkinton, and Mrs. Nancy 
Love, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Elisha C. and Harriet A. Hopkins, daughter 
of Stephen, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Albert G., of Rhode Island, and. Elizabeth 
W. Perkins, of and at Franklin, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 

Peter and Sally Perry, at Windham, Ct. Ga- 
zette of 
WELSH Catharine, of Baltimore, and Nathan 
Munro, Jr., of Rehoboth, at Baltimore. 
Gazette of 

Samuel, of Hopkinton, Mass., merchant, and 
Eliza Leverett, of Boston. Gazette of 
WENWOOD Mary J. and Capt. Nathaniel G. 
Senter, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. 
Gazette of 
WENTWORTH John, Governor of New Hamp- 
shire, and Mrs. Frances Atkinson, widow 
of Theodore, Jr., at Portsmouth, N. H., 

Ann, of Philadelphia, and Capt. Samuel 
Bowen, of this town, at Philadelphia. Ga- 
zette of 
WESSON Phineas, of this town, and Lucy 
Smith, of and at Shrewsbury, Mass. Ga- 
zette of 
WEST Nancy, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and 
Gabriel Allen. Gazette of 

Sally, daughter of the late Capt. Thomas, of 
Newport, and Capt. John Spurr. Ga- 
zette of 

Polly, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and Oliver 
Pearce. Gazette of 

David, of Boston, bookseller, and Abigail 
Leonard, daughter of Zephaniah, Esq., at 
Raynham. Gazette of 

Dr. Samuel and Mary Whittridge, daughter 
of Dr. William, at Tiverton. Gazette of 

David and Mary Boyd Humphrey, at Bos- 
ton. Gazette of 

William and Mrs. Arethusa Thayer, both of 
this, town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



March 22, 1806 
Nov. 8, 1807 

May 16, 1813 

Dec. 10, 1820 

Feb. 28, 1822 

July 3, 1822" 
Feb. 4, 1824 

Jan. 17, 1789 
Jan. 20, 1798 

Sept. 27, 1806 

Nov. II, 1769 

Sept. 26, 1807 

Feb. 28, 1824 
Dec. 23, 177s 

May 24, 1777 
Jan. 3, 1789 

March 21, 1795 

Feb. 4, 1804 

April 27, 1805 

Nov. 24, 181 1 



426 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



WEST Joseph and Eliza Harwood, daughter of 

Edward, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Rhoda, daughter of Thomas, and Freeman 

Hoxie, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb. 

Gazette of 
Ezra and Ann Malcolm, both of this town, 
Martha and Thomas R. Potter, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, all of and at this town, 
Mary Ann, eldest daughter of William, and 

Daniel Hull, both of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Mrs. Eliza S., daughter of Edward Harivood, 

and David S. Westcott, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

all of and at this town, 
Oliver and Mahala Grant, daughter of Capt. 

Joseph, both of Seekonk, at Barrington, 

by Rev. Mr. Wright. Gazette of 
Lydia R., daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 

Samuel Lewis, both of and at this town. 

Gazette of 
Benjamin, of Rehoboth, and Martha Gibbs, 

of and at Swanzey. Gazette of 
Mary and John Taylor, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, 
WESTCOTT Elizabeth, of Providence, and 

John Brown, Jr., of Rehoboth. Gazette of 
Mrs. Sukey, daughter of Thomas, and John 

Allen, at Warwick, 
Mary, daughter of the late Capt. Samuel, 

and William Greene, by the Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Gazette of 
Sylvester and Delia Carpenter, both of 

Cranston. Gazette of 
Mary, daughter of Caleb, Esq., and Capt. 

Job Carpenter, of this town, at Warwick. 

Gazette of 
Sarah, daughter of Caleb, Esq., and Benja- 
min Reynolds, of North Kingstown, at 

Warwick. Gazette of 
Thomas D., of Edenton, N. C, and Mary 

Dawley, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Esbon and Amey Babbitt, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Samuel, of Providence, and Mary Randall, of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mary S., daughter of John, and Michael 

Sweet, Jr., of Norton, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Cornell. Gazette of 
Sylvester and Abby Carpenter, both of 

Cranston, 



Sept. 27, 1 81 5 

Nov. 25, 1815 
Dec. 7, 1815 

Nov. 27, 1817 



June 28, 1 818 

Nov. 4, 1819 

April 7, 1 82 1 

Nov. 2, 1822 
Jan. 28, 1824 
Nov. 7, 1824 
Aug. 20, 1774 
June 2, 1799 

Feb. 6, 1802 
Feb. 4, 1804 

March 3, 1804 

Dec. 28, 1805 

Feb. 21, 1808 

Oct. 2, 1808 

March i, 18 10 

March 17, 1810 
Oct. 2, 1810 



PROVIDENCE GAZETTE— MARRIAGES 



427 



WESTCOTT Martha and William Billings, Jr., 
both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell. Ga- 
zette of 

Freelove and James S. Miller, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, all of Providence, 

Freelove, of North Providence, and Warren 
Batchellor, of this town, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Gazette of 

Esbon and Phebe Folger, both of Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Celia, youngest daughter of Nathan, and 
Christopher Spencer, at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Littlefield. Gazette of 

Cynthia, daughter of the late Capt. Samuel, 
of this town, and John Tears, of Philadel- 
phia, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Mary and Luther Ainsworth, merchant, both 
of this town, at Harrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Watson, 

Benjamin and Amanda Farnum, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Julia G. and Barnard Eddy, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, all of this town, 

Ann Eliza and George G. Clarke, by Rev. 
Mr. Preston, all of and at this town, 

Henry and Mary Dana, daughter of Payton, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at this town, 

Clarrissa H. and Capt. Aborn Arnold, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at this town, 

David S. and Mrs. Eliza S. West, daughter 
of Edward Harwood, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
all of and at this town, 

James and Hannah Potter, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, all of and at this town, 

Caleb, Jr., and Ann Eliza Hoppin, only 
daughter of Davis W., by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, all of and at this town, 

Harriet B. and Joseph P. Luther, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mrs. Amanda and Benjamin Earle, both of 
this town, at Cranston. Gazette of 

Samuel, Jr., and Susan Cole, both of and at 
this town. Gazette of 

Mary Eliza, daughter of Major Westcott, of 
Johnston, and Josiah Lyndon Luther, of 
this town, at said Johnston, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Mary H. and Joseph W. Knight, both of this 
town, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, 



April 6, 1811 
Oct. 27, 181 1 

Jan. 16, 1813 
July 4, 1813 

Nov. 27, 1 81 3 

May 19, 1814 

April 24, 181 J 

June s, 1815 

Oct. 14, 1817 

March 30, 1818 

Oct. 22, 1818 

March 14, 1819 

Nov. 4, 1819 
'Nov. 10, 1819 

Jan. 9, 1820 
Dec. 17, 1820 
Nov. 21, 1821 
July 27, 1822 

Dec. 22, 1822 
April 13, 1823 



428 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

WESTCOTT James and Mary P. Arnold, both 

of and at this town. Gazette of May 14, 1823 

Mary, daughter of Gen. Thomas, and James 
C. Greene, both of and at Centreville, 
Warwick. Gazette of July 12, 1823 

Marcy A. and James C. Greene, at War- 
wick. Gazette of July 26, 1823 
Isaac and Maria Wood, at Pawtucket. Ga- 
zette of May 22, 1824 

WESTERN Seth and Lydia Arnold, daughter 

of Seth, dec, of Bellingham, at Smithfield, Nov. 27, 1791 

WESTGALE Prescilla, daughter of John, of 
Cranston, and Pardon Case, of Warwick, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, March 28, 1813 

Sarah Ann, daughter of James, and Josiah 
Greenman, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Nov. 2, 1823 

WESTRAY Julia and William B: Wood, both 
of the New Theatre, at Philadelphia. Ga- 
zette of Feb. II, 1804 

WETHBY Richard Jones and Eliza M. La 
Roach, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at 
this town, Oct. 19, 1819 

Thomas W. and Lydia T. Mason, both of 
this town, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, Aug. 13, 1820 
Sarah Jones and Henry Child, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ga- 
zette of May 7, 1823 
Richard J. and Lucy Winslow, daughter of 
Philip, of Freetown, Mass., in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Feb. 12, 1825 

WETHER BEE Charlotte, of Stow, Mass., and 
Henry Hill, of Providence, at Stow, by 
Rev. Mr. Newell. Gazette of May 15, 1813 

WETHERELL Eliza M., formerly of New 
York, and Nicholas Tillinghast, Esq., of 
this town, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. 
Abercrombie, May 19, 1820 

WETMORE Augusta, daughter of Hon. Will- 
iam, of Boston, and Charles J. Wetmore, 
of this town, at said Boston, by Rev. Dr. 
Gardiner, July 14, 1824 

Charles J., of this town, and Augusta Wet- 
more, daughter of Hon. William, of and 
at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardiner, July 14, 1824 

WEYMAN Polly, daughter of Edward, and John 

Brewton, merchant, at Charleston, S. C, Dec. 25, 1770 

WHEAT Joseph and Content Rice, at Beaver- 
hill, N. H., by Rev. Mr. Cornwall. Ga- 
zette of June 12, 1 8 13 



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4ii9 



WHEATLY Polly, only daughter of John, and 
. John Lathrop, pastor of Old North Church, 
Boston, 

Elizabeth, late of the Boston Theatre, and 
Joseph Fish, sailing master of the priva- 
teer schooner David Porter, 
WHEATON Deborah and Capt. William Brad- 
ford. Gazette of 

James and Ann Angell, of Glocester. Ga- 
zette of 

Polly, of this town, and Lieut. Rhodes 
Packard. Gazette of 

Polly, daughter of William, Esq., and Lieut. 
Philip Brown, of the Navy. Gazette of 

Nancy, daughter of Comfort, and Dr. 

Harding. Gazette of 

William and Hannah Burrill, daughter of 
Joseph Gazette of 

Caleb and Sally Smith, of this town. Ga- 
zette of 

Charles and Abigail Miller, daughter of 
Nathan, Esq., at Warren. Gazette of 

Dr. Levi and Martha Burrell, daughter of 
Joseph, at Newport. Gazette of 

Lydia, daughter of William, Esq., and Ben- 
jamin Turpin. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. Comfort, and 
Capt. Nathan Sterry. Gazette of 

Calvin and Mrs. Zerviah Charlotte Hopkins, 
widow of the late Samuel. Gazette of 

Dr. Jesse and Betsey Dixon, daughter of 
Robert, Esq., at Voluntown. Gazette of 

Jonathan and Sarepta Martin, youngest 
daughter of the late Sylvanus, at Reho- 
both. Gazette of 

Abigail, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., and 
Richard Jackson, Jr., merchant. Gazette 
of 

Caleb and Dorcas Reynolds. Gazette of 

Capt. Samuel and Phebe Kelton. Gazette of 

Freelove, daughter of James, and Haile 
Gladding. Gazette of 

Martha, daughter of James, and Samuel 
Eddy, Esq., by the Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Nancy, daughter of James, and Nathan 
Waterman, 2d, 

Dr. Calvin and Mrs. Jane Wheaton, at 
Nashville, Tenn. Gazette of 

Mrs. Jane and Dr. Calvin Wheaton, at Nash- 
ville, Tenn. Gazette of 



Feb. 6, 1 77 1 

June 26, 1814 

April 23, 1774 

July 2, 1774 

March i, 1777 

Sept. 20, 1777 

Feb. 12, 1780 

May II, 1782 

April S, 1783 

Oct. 9, 1784 

Jan. IS, 178s 

Nov. 24, 1787 

Aug. 9, 1788 

Jan. 3, 1789^ 

May IS, 1790 

Nov. 17, 1792 

March 21, 1795 
March s, 1796 
June II, 1796 

March 17, 1798 

Dec. 2, 1 801 

Oct. II, 1802 

Aug. 9, 1806 

Aug. 9, 1806 



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WHEATON Lydia, daughter of the late Wil- 
liam, and Earle D. Pearce, Esq., merchant, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 4, 1807 

Catharine, daughter of Dr. Levi, and Henry 
Wheaton, Esq., attorney at law, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, all of this town, Nov. 27, 1809 

Henry, Esq., attorney at law, and Catharine 
Wheaton, daughter of Dr. Levi, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, all of this town, Nov. 27, 1809 

Nathan M. and Mary Smith, daughter of 
Joseph, Esq., at Bristol. Gazette of Jan. 6, 1810 

Joseph C, of Rehoboth, and Catharine M. 
Sabin, daughter of the late James, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, May 25, 1810 

Rev. Salmon, Rector of Trinity Church, New- 
port, and Ann Dehon, of Boston, at Trinity 
Church, Boston, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, Sept. 24, 18 12 

Hannah and Samuel Wilmarth, at Rehoboth, Feb. 14, 1813 

Mary, daughter of Seth,- Esq., and Thomas 
Rivers, attorney at law, of Charleston, S. 
C, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, • Nov. 23, 1813 

Cynthia, daughter of Caleb, and Benjamin 
Vaughan, both of this town, at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Dec. 8, 1814 

Sophia, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and James 
Horton, 2d, at Rehoboth. Gazette of Sept. 30^ 1815 

Rev. Josephus, Pastor of Congregational 
Church at Holliston, and Mary Ide, of and 
at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Jan. i, 18 16 

Sarah Marsh, daughter of Seth, Esq., of this 
town, and Benjamin Cozzens, Esq., attor- 
ney at law, of Seekonk, Mass., by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, May 7, 18 16 

Laura, daughter of Dr. Levi, of this town, 
and William Wilde, of Boston, merchant, 
at New York, by Rev. Mr. Berrian. Ga- 
zette of Aug. 31, 1816 

James, Jr., and Fally Taylor, daughter of 

Col. Robert, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 23, 181 7 

Cyrus M. and Nancy Carpenter, daughter of 
the late Peter, both of and at Rehoboth, Oct. 26, 1817 

Capt. Nathaniel and Maria Sabin, youngest 
daughter of the late James, Esq., of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 29, 1818 

Abby B., daughter of Col. Seth, and Mat- 
thew Watson, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 30, 18 18 

Dr. Walter V., of this town, 2d U. S. Infan- 
try, and Maria Jacobs, of and at Windsor, 
Vt. Gazette of Feb. 13, 1819 

Hannah Draper and Noah Smith, Jr., both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 6, 1821 



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WH EATON Mary, youngest daughter of Jona- 
than, and Peter Carpenter, at Rehoboth, 

Job, of Seekonk, and Mary Ann Home, 
daughter of Daniel, Esq., of and at Bar- 
rington, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, ' 

Samuel, of Warren, and Rebecca Marble, of 
Newport, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford. Gazette of 

Catharine, of this town, and Jeremiah Miller, 
of New -York, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, 

Capt. George and Susan Sisson, both of and 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, 

Sarah S. and Cyrel Read, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker. Gazette of 
WHEELER Susannah, only daughter of Luke, 
Esq., Mayor of Norfolk, and Capt. Stephen 
Decatur, Jr., U. S. Navy, by the Rev. 
Mr. Grisby, at Norfolk, Va. Gazette of 

Sally and Rev. Thomas Perry, Methodist, 
both of and at Rehoboth. Gazette of 

Bennett H., co-editor of the Columbian 
Phoenix, and Betsey S. Gardiner, only 
daughter of Capt. John S., of Gardiner's 
Neck, in Swanzey, Mass., 

Eliza, daughter of the late Bennett, and 
Galen Richmond, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, 

Samuel G., of Athens, N. Y., and Emma 
Gladding, youngest daughter of Benjamin, 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John, of this town, and Emma Ingraham,.of 
and at Attleboro. Gazette of 

Henry B. and Eliza Ann Boss, only daughter 
of the late Capt. Edward, both of this 
town, at Warren, 

Rebecca, of Barre, Mass., and Capt. Benja- 
min W. Robbins, of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Samuel W. and Eliza Manton, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, in this town, 

Ann, daughter of Barnard, of Rehoboth, and 
Wniiam Winslow, of Somerset, at said Re- 
hoboth. Gazette of 

Betsey S., of Rehoboth, and Levi Pierce, of 
this town, at said Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, 

Clarrissa and James Dench, by Rev. Mr. 
Seyas, both of and at this town. Gazette 
of 



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June 17, 1822 

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May 2, 1824 
Jan. 10, 1825 
April 6, 1825 

March 29, 1806 
Aug. 30, 1806 

March 5, 1809 

Aug. 28, 1809 

May 9, 1813 
Aug. 13, 1814 

Dec. 4, 1 8 14 

Jan. 16, 1815 
July II, 181S 

Sept. 30, 1815 

March 9, 181 8 

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WHEELER Benjamin and Pamela Bouton, at 

Ridgefield, Conn. Gazette of Dec. I2, 1818 

Mercy D., of Medbury, Mass., and Rev. Jas- 
per Adams, Professor in Brown Univer- 
sity, at said Medbury, May 16, 1820 

Mary T. and Jeremiah C. Luther, both of 
and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Ga- 
zette of April 13, 1822 

Mary and George Hotton, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May S, 1822 

Lucius M., of Glocester, and Patience B. Ar- 
nold, daughter of Capt. Perry G., of East 
Greenwich, at Warwick. Gazette of Aug. 10, 1822 

Samuel G. and Mrs. Almira Allen, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 4, 1823 

Seabury and Luci'nda Briggs, of Wellington, 
at Rehoboth. Gazette of Aug. 23, 1823 

Joseph R. and Stella Wilbour, at Taunton, April 13, 1824 

Joseph, Esq., merchant, of Augusta, Ga., and 
Julia Knox Hull, seventh daughter of Gen. 
William, at Newton, Mass. Gazette of Sept. 17, 1825 

WHEELOCK Miss , daughter of Rev. 

Eleazer, and Bazaleel Woodward, tutor at 

Dartmouth College. -Gazette of April 4, 1772 

Rachal and Nathaniel Branch, at Uxbridge. 

Gazette of March 9, 1799 

John, of Everlett, in 50th year, and Lucinda 
Leonard, of Taunton, in 17th year, in this 
town. Gazette of Nov. 8, i8o6 

Peter and Ann Taft, both of Mendon, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 2, 1812 

Joseph and Amelia Ames, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 11, 1812 

Dr. Samuel, of Seekonk, and Harriet Allen, 
of Hartford, Conn., at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill. Gazette of Sept. 17, 181 4 

Mrs. Ann and Ebenezer S. Day, in this town. 

Gazette of Jan. 4, 1823 

WHEELWRIGHT John H., merchant, and 
Mary Bowers, daughter of John, Esq., at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 27, 181 1 

WHIPPEY Mrs. Avis and Capt. Andrew Dillon, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Mer- 
"tt, June 23, 1823 

WHIPPLE Alice, of Providence, and Benjamin 

Davis, of Boston, at Providence, Sept. 18, 1768 

Amey, daughter of the late Capt. David, and 
Joseph Bucklin, of Rehoboth, at Cumber- 
land. Gazette of Jan. 22, 1774 



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WHIPPLE Oliver, attorney at law, Province of 
New Hampshire, and Nabby Gardiner, 
daughter of Sylvester, at Boston. Gazette 
of 

Lucy, daughter of Jeremiah, Esq., and Jere- 
miah Jenckes, at Cumberland. Gazette of 

Jabez, of this town, and Mrs. Ann Tisdale, 
widow of the late Mr. Tisdale, of Taunton, 
by the Rev. Dr. Manning. Gazette of 

Katy, daughter of Commodore Whipple, and 
Lieut. Col. Sprout, of the Massachusetts 
Line. Gazette of 

Polly, daughter of Abraham, Esq., and Dr. 
Ezekiel Com stock. Gazette of 

Ezekiel and Mrs. Sarah Whipple, widow of 
Christopher, at North Providence. Ga- 
zette of 

Mrs. Sarah, widow of Christopher, and Eze- 
kiel Whipple, at North Providence. Ga- 
zette of 

Jeremiah, Jr., and Nancy Dexter, daughter of 
James, Esq., at Cumberland. Gazette of 

Mrs. Ann and Capt. Jeremiah Jenckes. Ga- 
zette of 

Mar