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Vital Record of Rhode Island. 

1636=18^0. 

KIRST SERIES. 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 



A Family Register for the People. 



By James N, Arnold, 

Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register, 



'* Is Nly Name Written in tine Boole of Life?** 



VOL. XVI. 

United Sliates Chronicle— Marriages 
American Journal, Impartial Observer, and 
Providence Journal — Marriages and Deaths 
Providence Semi Weekly Jou rna I — Ma rriages 

Published under the auspices of the General Assembly. 



providence, r. i. : 

narragansett historical publishing company. 

1907. 






[library of CONGRESS 
iwo tiooies Received 

OCT 12 i90f 

ConvrifW Entry 

CLASS A XXc, No. 

f77C5e 

COPY a. 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS 

AT WASHINGTON, MAY 10, 1907. 

CLASS A., XXC. NO. 177,086. 



INTIiODUCTION. 



Before the reader is the sixteenth volume of the Vital Record 
OF Rhode Island, which we think will prove fully as interesting 
as the other volumes of the series. From the Providence newspapers, 
United States Chronicle and Providence Semi-Weekly Journal we 
print in this volume the Marriages A to Z, having printed the 
Deaths, the former in Vol. XV, and the latter in Vols. XII and 
XIII, The American Journal, Impartial Observer, and Providence 
Journal. The Deaths and Marriages are complete in this volume. 

The General Assembly have agam in their wisdom and judg- 
ment extended to this volume their usual courtesy. The favors 
heretofore extended us by the officers in charge of the newspapers 
have again been renewed to us. Our thanks are due to all these 
officers and to our friends for all the favors we have received and 
trust our conduct will be such as to merit their continuance in the 
future. 

Please bear in mind that the dates herein given if preceded by 
the name of the Newspaper means that the Marriage or Death is 
announced in that issue, otherwise the real date of the event is given. 

It is gratifying in one sense of the term if not in another to be 
able to announce that our six earlier volumes containing the Vital 
Records of the Towns and Cities of the State have become so scarce 
as to be held at a premium hereafter. 

We close by trusting the reader will find his usual pleasure 
while perusing this our latest volume. 



CONTKNTS 



United States Chronicle: Marriages, 17. 

American Journal : Deaths, 129. 
American Journal : Marriages, 140. 

Impartial Observer : Deaths, 145. 
Impartial Observer: Marriages, 151. 

Providence Journal: Deaths, 153. 
Providence Journal : Marriages, 179. 

Providence Semi-Weekly Journal : Marriages, 197. 



INDEX 



Abbieville, Dist., S. C, 40. 
Abbott, 201. 
Abell, 125, 201. 
Abercrombie, 555, 595. 
Aberseldy, Scot., 52, 109. 
Abloville, France, 167. 
Aborn, 21, 140, 125, 179, 201. 
Abrahams, 202. 
Academy, Taunton, 49, 57. 
Adams, 21, 125, 202, 305, 359, 

487, 564. 
Adams, Mass., 282, 499. 
Adamsville, R. I., 246, 256, 378, 

433. 485- 

Addison, 203. 

Addison's Cato, 131. 

Adge, 203. 

Adie, 22, 203. 

Adjutant General of Mass., 478, 
540. 

Admiral of the Blue, 175. 

Admiral, the, 190, 191. 

Admiralty, Court of, 58, 97. 

Adolphe, 203. 

Adsterdam Bay, E. I., 163. 

Advertiser, the Louisiana, 451, 
476. 

Advertiser, the New York Com- 
mercial, 80, 90. 

Advertiser, New York Daily, 

31. 44 
Advertiser, New York Merchan- 

tile, 159, 394. 
Advertiser, Town and Country, 

155- 
Advocate, the Commonwealth, 

310, 528. 
Affairs, Charge de, 81, 91. 
Africa, 170, 172. 
Africa, Coast of, 158, 166. 



Agent, Clothier, 137. 

Agnacate, Cuba, 246, 562. 

Aiken, 203, 599. 

Amsworth, 203. 

Air, 22, 179. 

Albany, N. Y., 23, 28, 39, 50. 72, 
86. 107, 108, 163, 173, 182, 
203, 304, 307, 350, 406, 444, 

473. 492, 558. 563. 
Albany, N. Y., Argus, 203, 307, 

595- 
Albany, N. Y., Gazette, 182, 195. 

Albee, 203. 

Alberton, 156, 203. 

Albion, R. I., 415, 541. 

Albro, 22, 203. 

Alden, 204, 225, 406, 463, 503, 

537,601. 
Alderly Church, England, 469, 

533. 
Alderman, 166. 
Aldis, 22. 
Aldrich, 22, 204. 
Aldridge, 206. 
Alexander, 22, 226, 57, 86, 87, 

93. "3. 119- 

Alexandria, D. C, 273, 306, 355, 

549- 

Alexandria, Va., 86, 89, 90, 100, 
162, 176. 

Alexandrian, the, 306, 549. 

Alexson, 206. 

Alger, 22, 206. 

Allard, 206. 

Allen, 22, 133, 156, 179, 206, 
207, 208, 218, 221, 226, 265, 
278, 297, 298, 302, 345, 346, 
347, 348, 364. 365. 370, 377. 
384, 400, 433. 442, 471, 488, 
494, 511, 520. 537, 538, 560, 
584. 



VI 



INDEX 



AUton, 210. 

Almy, 23, 210. 

Alston, 23. 

Alton, 210. 

Alton, Hants, England, 524, 591. 

Aherson, 140, 210. 

Ambrose, 24. 

Amellasbury, U. C, 224, 502. 

America, 171. 

American Army, 142, 143, 144. 

American Consul, 488. 

American Consul to France, 

. 303- 
American Journal, 19, 129, 144. 
American Navy, 143, 144. 
American, Phila. Pa., True, 181, 

187. 
American, Rhode Island, 353, 

396. 
Ames, 24, 179, 210. 
Amesbury, 211, 218, 267, 276, 

405. 
Amherst College, 320, 598. 
Amherst College, Prof, in, 386, 

473- 
Amherst, Mass., 220, 245, 297, 

354, 386, 466, 473, 512. 
Ammidon, 211. 
Ammidovvn, 24, 179. 
Amory, 24, 179, 211. 
Anderson, 211, 411, 445. 
Andover, Mass., 201, 331, 438, 

483. 488. 
Andover Mass. College, Prof, in, 

458, 502. 
Andrews, 24, 211. 
Andros, 212. 
Andrus, 212. 
Angell, 24, 133, 140, 156, 212, 

362, 403. 
Angeir, 25, 214. 
Angina Pectoris, 168. 
Annapolis, Md., 284, 374, 395, 

547- 
Annette, France, 488. 
Annis, 214. 
Anthony, 25, 156, 179, 214, 215, 

25S, 301, 313. 348, 408, 456, 

492. 
Anti Universalist, 224, 550. 



Aplin, 25, 156, 180, 216. 

Appleby, 25. 

Appleton, 25. 

Apponaug, R. I., 218, 349,461, 

493. 554. 576. 

Arch Bishop of Rowen, France, 
160. 

Archer, 216. 

Argus, Albany, N. Y., 203, 307. 

Argus, Eastern, 363, 556. 

Arm, amputated, 172. 

Arman, 25. 

Armington, 25, 180, 216. 

Arms of State, 19. 

Arms of U. S. 19. 

Armstrong, 216. 

Army, American, 142, 143, 144. 

Army, Silver Pipes, 141. 

Army, United States, 222, 229, 
254, 266, 314, 321, 363, 2>7Z, 
374, 382, 387.394. 416, 425, 
431. 453. 457. 468, 489, 520, 
536, 547. 557, 564. 571, 573. 
577. 593- 

Army, U. S., Geographer to, 

135- 
Arnold, 26, 133, 140, 156, 180, 

217, 174, 22S, 341, 401, 477, 

481, 504. 
Aronians, 221. 
Arrow, 180 
Arsonneau, 27. 
Artillery, U. S., 536, 542. 
Artillery, U. S. Regiment of 

Light, 332, 466. 
Ashburner, 221. 
Ashbury Missionary Institution, 

321, 382. 
Ashford, Conn., 259, 295, 313, 

328, 349, 405, 425,467, 557. 

558, 577- 
Ashford, Mass., 310, 496. 
Ashley, 221. 
Ashton, 27, 221. 
Assembly, General, 156, 158, 

159. 165, 177. 
Assembly of Penn., 163. 
Assistant Collector of Taxes, 

^34- 

Assonet, Mass., 246, 342. 



INDEX 



VII 



Assonet Village, Mass., 376. 

Astor, 221. 

Astronomer, 164. 

Athearn, 221. 

Atherton, 27, 156, 221, 341, 402. 

Atkins, 221, 269, 557, 581, 588. 

Atkinson, 221. 

Atoor, King of, 406, 545. 

Attleboro, Mass., 21, 23, 31, 41, 
44, 49, 52, 57, 58, 59. 68, 72, 
83, 86, 89, 95, 98, 100, 106. 
no, 114, 115, 116, 119, 120, 
124, 125, 126, 156, 162, 174, 
181, 183, 193. 194, 195, 203, 
206, 227, 229, 233, 234, 242, 
243, 249, 250, 253, 255, 261, 
266, 267, 274, 276, 277, 278, 
289, 290, 292, 295, 302, 308, 
309, 311, 315, 322, 329, 331, 
333, 334, 339, 344, 346, 349, 
356, 365, 367. 368, 369, 371, 
375. 376, 377. 378, 381, 384, 
388, 394, 395, 400, 401, 406, 
407, 408, 409, 412, 419, 420, 
430. 437, 438, 439, 442, 445, 
446, 447, 448, 451, 454, 455, 
457, 458, 461, 467, 469, 470, 
472, 475, 477, 480, 491, 492, 

496, 499, 503. 504, 506, 510, 
512, 514, 519, 520, 521, 522, 
524, 529, 541, 542, 547, 548, 
549, 552, 556, 560, 567, 569, 
574, 575, 577, 58o, 581, 587, 
588, 589, 590, 591. 597- 

Attorney at Law, 27, 38, 39, 43, 
58, 61, 63, 65, 71, 82, 84, 86, 
87, 90, 100, 102, III, 123, 
177, 180, 182, 193, 202, 206, 
208, 222, 224, 244, 245, 267, 
269, 292, 317, 324, 340, 341, 
362, 369, 380, 382, 392, 405, 
411, 416, 431, 457, 486, 496, 

497, 502, 503, 512, 534, 527, 
560, 580, 582, 591. 

Atwell, 27, 222. 

Atwood, 27, 222, 467, 538, 572, 

577- 
Auchmuty, 222. 
Augusta, Ga., 157, 247, 340, 

360, 392, 421, 434, 446, 483. 



Augusta, — Continued. 

490, 515, 560, 579. 
Augusta, Me., 327, 477. 
Aurora, Phil., Pa., 28, 53, 180, 

184. 
Austerlitz, N. H., 364, 391. 
Austin, 133, 222. 
Author, English, 160, 173. 
Averell, 223. 
Avery, 133, 223. 
Ayde, 156. 
Ayer, 379, 477. 
Aylesford, N. S., 257, 351. 
Aylesvvorth, 223. 

B 

Babbitt. 223. 

Babcock, 156, 223. 

Babson, 224. 

Bache, 27, 180, 224. 

Bachellor, 224, 384, 475. 

Bachus, 28, 224. 

Bacon, 28, 133, 140, 156, 224,42, 
45, 60, 75, 105, 120, 123. 

Badger, 433. 

Bagley, 224. 

Bailey, 28, 156, 224, 202, 370, 
404, 439, 455, 578. 

Baker, 28, 225, 206, 207, 231, 
232, 233, 235, 237, 240, 242, 
255, 258, 267, 273, 274, 286, 
294, 296, 312, 355, 361, 381, 
401, 414, 424, 428, 433, 437, 
439, 443, 454, 478, 484, 486, 
492, 493, 504, 506, 507, 517, 
521, 526, 533, 536, 544, 545, 

551, 556, 561, 577, 578. 

Balch, 28, 156, 180, 227. 

Baldwin, 227. 

Balkcom, 227. 

Ball, 228. 

Ballard, 180, 228, 234. 

Ballou, 28, 228. 

Baltimore, Md., 23, 24, 26, 29, 
42, 50, 61, 67, 73, 88, 121, 
162, 168, 171, 181, 183, 186, 
187, 214, 245, 261, 281, 284, 
292, 303, l^^y 357, 384, 388, 
393, 395. 456, 460, 468, 490, 
492, 520, 536, 569, 592, 600. 



VIII 



INDEX 



Baltimore, Md., Mayor of, 520. 
Bancroft, 156, 229, 262, 269,327, 

349, 412, 536, 591. 
Bangs, 229. 
Bank, 156. 
Bank Clerk, 166. 
Bank Directors, 166. 
Bank, Eagle, N. H., 455, 501. 
Bank, Eagle, Providence, 449, 

454- 
Bank Exchange of. Providence, 

270, 308. 
Bank, Manufacturers, 435. 
Bank, President, 333. 
Banks, 229. 
Bank, United States Bronk, 270, 

403- 
Bank Vault, 166. 
Banniser, 229. 
Baptist Church, 62, 70, 86, 99, 

161, 167, 181, 185. 
Baptist Church, Sabbatarian, 

143. 144- 
Baptist Church, Warren, R. I., 

563, 575- 

Baptist, Congregation of, r68. 

Baptist Minister, 176, 430, 538. 

Barbadoes, \V. I., 172. 

Barbarin, 329. 

Barber, 28, 157, 230. 

Barber (trade), 164. 

Bardin, 28, 180. 

Barding, 29. 

Barker, 29, 180, 230. 

Baikesdale, 29. 

Barlow, 231. 

Barnard, 231. 

Barnes, 29, 148, 231. 

Barney, 29, 232, 207, 208, 216, 
22 r, 226, 240, 243, 260, 261, 
263, 266, 268, 283, 293, 295, 
331. 340, 345, 349, 357. 393. 
394. 395. 401, 407, 445, 473, 
481,492, 518, 555, 57«. 581. 

Barnstable, Mass., S9. 73. 203, 
212, 227, 306, 363, 507, 518. 

Barnum, 451, 483. 

Barr, 157. 

Barrell, 232. 

Barrett, 29, 232. 



Barrington, R. I., 22, 23, 31, 32* 
38, ^^, 82, 87, 92, 94, 105. 
106, 112, 113, 1 17, 120, 135. 

137, 142, 144, 156, 165, 172, 
181, 195, 208, 223, 231, 240, 
242, 248, 249, 250, 258, 261, 
262, 277, 286, 300, 301, 309, 
312, 322, 357, 387, 395, 412, 
414, 428, 437, 438, 441, 476, 
490,491, 501, 515, 520, 523, 
524, 526, 547, 554. 56r, 575, 
578, 596. 

Barron, 233. 

Barrows, 29, 233. 

Barrus, 223. 

Barse, 29. 

Barslow, 29. 

Barston, 29. 

Barstow, 180, 233, 234, 201, 584. 

Bartlett, 29, 234. 

Barton, 29, 133, 235. 

Barlow, 30. 

Basco, 235. 

Basin, 235. 

Bass, 30, 157. 

Bassaine, 168. 

Bassett, 233, 235, 506, 528. 

Bastow, 233. 

Batchellor, 553, 558. 

Bateman, 233, 258, 293, 439. 

Bates, 30, 234, 454. 

Bath, Me., 203, 286, 306, 342, 
417, 450. 

Bath, Marquis of, 264, 553. 

Bath, N. Y., 298, 498. 

Baton Rouge, La., 498, 518. 

Battey. 30. 235. 

Bavaria, 169, 176. 

Baxter, 30, 236. 

Bayley, 236. 

Baylies, 236. 

Beal, 237. 

Bean, 237. 

Heaucham, 449. 

Beaufort, N. C, 302, 493. 

Beazley, 237. 

Bebee, 30. 

Beckford, 181, 237. 

Beckley, 30. 

Bedford, Mass., 67, 93, 108. 



INDEX 



IX 



Bee, the New London, Ct., 184, 

187. 
Beebe, 237. 
Beecher, 237, 236. 
Beedle, 237. 
Beene, 237. 
Beers, 157, 237. 
Belcher, 238. 
Belchertown, Mass., 286, 292, 

297, 506, 511, 568. 
Belfast, Me., 358. 431. 
Belknap' 157, 238. 
Bell, 133, 238. 
Belief onte, Penn., 299, 402. 
Bellefonte, R. I., 289, 328. 
Belle of the Chickasaw's, 387, 

453- 

Bellevieu, R. I., 405. 564- 

Belleville, Mass., 425, 545. 

Bellville, N. J., 384, 519. 

Bellingham, Mass., 28, 30, 136, 
234. 341. 378, 401, 429. 481, 
507, 525- 547. 579- 

Bellows, 238. 

Belmain, 238. 

Belmont, Me., 345, 520. 

Benckley, 238. 

Benedict, 238, 203, 207, 208, 209 
21 1, 212, 213, 216, 220, 225 
226, 227, 228, 229, 231, 232 
23s. 237. 238, 239, 241, 243 
245, 249, 251, 252, 253, 255 
260, 261, 264, 267, 272, 276 
277, 278, 281, 282, 283, 286 
287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 293 
294, 295, 296, 300, 303, 305 

307, 314. 319. 321. 325. 327 
328, 330, 331, 332, 335, 336 

339. 341. 343. 344. 345. 346 
347. 351. 353. 356. 357. 359 
360. 367, 370, 371, 372, 374 
377. 378, 380, 381, 383, 385 
386. 389, 390, 391, 392, 393 
395. 396, 398, 399. 400, 402 
406, 407, 408, 409, 414, 415 
417, 418, 419, 421, 422, 423 
425, 426, 428, 429, 431, 434 
435. 436, 438, 446. 447. 448 
453. 454. 458. 459. 460, 461 
463, 469, 471, 472, 476, 479 



Benedict — Continued . 

481, 483. 484. 485. 489, 491, 
492, 493, 498, 500, 502, 503, 
504, 511, 513. 514. 515, 516, 
518, 519, 520, 521, 526, 531, 
532, 534. 539. 541. 542, 543. 
548, 549. 550, 556, 557. 559, 
561, 565, 566, 567, 572, 573. 
574. 576, 577. 580, 581, 583. 
585, 586, 587. 588. 589, 590, 
591, 592, 595, 597. 600. 

Beneficent Congregational Ch., 
Prov., 212, 325. 

Bennett. 30, 238. 

Benson, 30, 239. 

Bent, 239. 

Bentley, 30, 157, 239, 281, 368. 

Berbire, W. I., 169. 

Berkeley Co., N. Y., 167. 

Berkeley, Mass., 344, 376, 458, 

471, 515, 539. 581. 
Berlin, Ct., 499, 596. 
Bermuda, \V. I., 157. 
Bernard, 30. 
Berry, 30. 
Bertrand, 240. 
Bettes, 240. 
Bevan, 392. 
Beverly, 30, 133, 240. 
Beverly, Mass., 201, 299, 359, 

380, 450, 483. 
Bezan, 240. 
Bickford, 31. 
Bicknell, 31, 181, 240. 
Bigelow, 240. 
Bigley, 240. 
Bill, 157. 

Billings, 31, 157, 181, 240. 
Bingham, 31, 157, 181, 241. 
Binney, 31, 517, 586. 
Biodam, 246, 502. 
Bird, 31, 241. 
Birssell, 31. 
Bisbett, 241. 
Bishop, 241. 

Bishop of South Carolina, 172. 
Bissell, 241. 
Bitters, 241. 
Bixley, 241. 
Bizzell, 241. 



INDEX 



Black, 31, 181, 242. 

Blackburn, 242. 

Blackheath, Eng., 168. 

Blackington, 242. 

Blackley, Pa., 71, 117 ■ 

Black Prince. 168. 

Blacksmith, 134. 

Blackstock, 242. 

Blackwell, 181, 187. 

Bladen Co., N. C, 450. 489. 

Blair, 157, 242. 

Blaisdell, 242. 

Blake, 242, 282, 482. 

Blanchard, 31, 243. 

Blanding, 243. 

Blashfield, 243. 

Blazer, 31. 

Blesdell, 243. 

Bliss, 32, 140, 157, 181, 243, 353, 

366, 468, 567. 573. 588. 
Blivin, 244. 
Block Island, 136. 
Blockmaker, 148. 
Blodgett, 32, 181, 244. 
Bloodgood, 244. 
Blooraingdale, Ky., 302, 494. 
Bloomingdale, N. Y., 457, 497, 

536. 
Bloomington, N. Y., 373, 486. 
Blue, Admiral of the, 175. 
Bly, 244. 
Blyth, 245. 
Boaram, 32. 
Bodge, 245. 
Bogert, 245. 
Boggs, 245. 
Boidana, 246. 
Boisanbie, 245. 
Boit, 32. 
Bolles, 245. 
Bolter, 157. 
Bolton, Mass., 36, 83. 
Boltwood, 245. 
Bonaparte, 245. 
Bonney, 311, 343, 352. 445. 475, 

518. 
Boodry, 245. 

Bookseller, 158, 254, 367. 
Boomer, 44, 62. 
Boone, 245. 



Bootbie, 246. 

Booth, 246. 

Borden, 32, 157. 246, 257, 259, 
288, 351, 543, 569- 

Bordentown, N. J., 430, 538. 

Boss, 247. 

Bosson, 157. 

Boston, Mass., 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, 
28, 29, 32, 33, 34, '17, 40, 43, 
44, 46, 47, 48. 50, 51, 55, 57. 
60, 61, 62, 63, 68, 70, 74, 75. 
76, 80, 81, 83, 88,89,90,94. 
95. 97. 99. loi, 102, 103, 
107, no, 112, 114, 115, 118, 
120, 121, 123, 125, 127, 135, 
138, 141, 142, 144. 155. 157. 
158, 159, 163, 167, 173. 175. 
179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 
185, 186, 189, 190, 192, 193, 

196, 202, 207, 209, 210, 211, 

212, 218, 221, 224, 228, 232, 

234. 235, 237, 240, 241, 242, 

245, 251, 252, 253, 254, 257, 

261, 266, 271, 272, 276, 280, 

283, 285, 287, 288, 291, 295, 

296, 301, 304, 306, 307, 308, 

317, 318, 323, 324, 326, 327, 

332, 333. 334, 335. 336, 337, 
338, 342, 343, 344, 345. 346, 
348, 349, 351. 353. 355. 357, 
358, 359. 362, 364, 367, 369, 
370, 374. 377. 379. 380, 382, 
383, 384, 385, 386, 389, 390, 
391. 393. 395. 396, 405. 408, 
410, 411, 412, 421, 422, 423, 
425, 427, 428, 434, 436, 439, 
443, 445, 446, 448, 449, 450, 
451, 452, 455, 457, 460, 462, 
463, 464, 465, 467, 468, 476, 
477, 478, 481, 485, 486, 487, 
496, 498, 499, 502, 503, 504, 
509, 512, 515, 516, 519, 527, 
528, 529, 535, 536, 538, 539, 
540, 544, 546, 548, 549, 553, 
554. 557. 559. 561, 563. 564, 
566, 567, 568, 569, 573, 574, 
577, 578, 579, 580, 583, 584. 
587. 588, 592, 594, 595, 598, 
599, 600. 
Boston Gazette, 236. 



INDEX 



XI 



Boston Recorder, 324, 592. 
Boston Theatre, 212, 232, 380. 

526, 598. 
Bosvvell, 387, 542. 
Bosvvorth, 32, 247. 
Bottom, 32, 248. 
Bouldry, 248. 

Bourbon Co., Ky., 302, 494. 
Bourn, 248. 
Bourne, 133, 248. 
Bours, 32. 
Bow, 181. 
Bow, 181. 
Bovvcock, 248. 
Bovven, 32, 140, 157, 181, 248, 

101, 249, 554. 
Bowering, 33. 
Bowers, 33, 157, 181, 251. 
Bowler, 34, 251. 
Bowne, 34. 
Bowyer, 157. 
Box, 157. 

Boyd, 34, 134, 251. 
Boyden, 572. 
Boyle, 252. 
Boyleston, 158. 
Boyleston, Mass., 389, 503. 
Boynton, 252. 
Bradford, 34, 181, 252. 
Bradford, Mass., 137, 320. 356, 

359, 37^- 
Bradley, 252, 67, no. 
ISradshaw, 252. 
Bragg, 252. 
Braid, 253. 
Brainard, 253. 
Braintree, Mass., 563, 575. 
Braley, 253. 
Braman, 253. 
Branch, 34, 253, 213, 217, 262, 

291, 477, 584. 
Brancham, 415. 
Brandt, 253. 
Brattle, 34. 

Brattleboro, Vt., 96,97, 392, 419. 
Brayman, 253. 
Brayton, 34, 254. 
Brearley, 254. 
Breed, 254. 
Breese, 158, 254. 



Brenton, 34, 254. 

Brettain, 423, 487. 

Bretton, 34. 

Brewer, 254. 

Brewerton, 254. 

Brickley, 254. 

Bridge. 254. 

Bridge, the Great, 19. 

Bndgeham, 34, 254. 

Bridgewater, Mass., 30, 81, 109, 
123, 170, 249, 304, 314, 389, 
407, 418, 419, 420, 423, 466, 

483, 585, 587. 
Brieley, 255. 
Brigade, 3d Conn., 177. 
Brigade General, 159, 167. 
Briggs, 35. 158, 255, 301, 314, 

486, 598. 
Brightman, 257. 
Brigman, 257. 
Brimfield, Ct., 357, 480. 
Brunfield, Mass., 241, 337, 365, 

372, 574. 595. 

Brindley, 35. 

Brinkwater, Eng., 95, 126. 

Brinley, 257. 

Brintnall, 257. 

Bristed, 257. 

Bristol Co., R. I., 172. 

Bristol, Eng., 71, 107. 

Bristol, R. I., 21, 35, ^y, 39,46, 
48, 50, SI, 55,68, 73, 74, 80, 
87, 88, 91, 92, ICO, 105, 106, 
108, 119, 124, 133, 137, 138, 
140, 141, 161, 169, 172, 181, 
190, 203, 204, 206, 209, 223' 
230, 232, 234, 237, 240, 241I 
242, 243, 247, 248, 251, 252^ 
256, 258, 261, 264, 270, 280' 
286, 287, 288, 290, 293,^295' 
301, 311. 313, 314, 3i6,'3i7' 
318, 320, 321, 322, 326, 327' 

334. 337. 339. 343. 344. 34S' 
346, 351, 352, 355, 359, 361, 
362, 365, 366, 367, 368, 370, 
375, 383, 386, 387, 389, 390, 
393, 398, 400, 404, 414, 422^ 
424, 425, 427, 429, 430, 432^ 
433, 435, 436, 437. 439, 442, 
443, 444. 445. 448, 449. 450 



XII 



INDEX 



Bristol, R. I.,— Continued. 

452, 454, 455. 457, 460, 461, 
462, 464, 465, 467, 468, 470, 
471. 473, 475, 478, 479, 483, 
488, 489, 491, 494. 497, 500, 
503, 504, 505, 506, 508, 516, 
518, 519, 520. 522, 523, 525, 
528, 529, 530, 537, 538, 539, 
540, 542, 544, 545, 546, 55I1 
554. 559, 561, 562, 565, 566, 
567, 568, 569, 570, 571, 574, 
576, 581, 583. 584, 585, 587. 
588, 589, 593, 595, 596, 598, 

599- 
Britannique, Mercure, 161. 
British Consul, 158, 349, 536, 

542, 592. 
British Consul for Mass., 211, 

424. 
British Consul for R. I,, 61, 87. 
British Navy, 175. 
British Regt., the 22nd, 141. 
Brittain, 257, 487, 592. 
Britton, 35, 337. 
Broadbent, 257, 410. 
Broad St. Buildings, London, 

Eng., 168. 
Brook, 158. 
Brookfield, Ct., 391, 392, 394, 

418. 
Brookfield, Mass., 58, 73, 135, 

136, 414, 495. 
Brookline, Mass., 494, 587. 
Brooklyn, Ct., 41, 123, 206, 207, 

215, 223, 224, 229, 238, 239, 

258, 259, 266, 290, 301, 305, 

311, 405, 408, 476, 485, 487, 

488, 490, 526, 547, 558, 565, 

573, 575, 590. 593, 598. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 243, 303, 330, 
378, 406, 452, 554. 

Brooks, 257. 

Brotherton, 257. 

Brown, 35, 134, 140, 151, 158, 
181, 257, 157, 162, 204, 208, 
211, 215, 237, 239, 247, 253, 
257, 259, 261, 270, 273, 280, 
283, 284, 289,294, 297, 313, 
315, 316, 333, 339, 342, 348, 
349, 358, 362, 368, 369, 370, 



Brown , — Continued . 

I7h 383, 387, 391, 392, 399, 
401, 402, 405, 406, 413, 417, 
420, 422, 425, 426, 430, 440, 
442, 456, 459, 464, 473, 480, 
482, 488, 494, 495, 496, 505, 
507, 508, 510, 511, 512, 515, 
524, 540, 542, 545, 546, 548, 
550, 552, 558, 560, 562, 566, 
567. 569, 575, 576, 587, 589, 
592, 593- 

Brown University, 20, 202, 505. 

Brown University, Graduate of, 
335, 380. 

Brown University, Prof, in, 202, 

578. 
Brown University Tutor, 505, 

581. 
Brownell, 37, 182, 263. 
Browning, 264. 
Brownville, N. Y., 258, 389. 
Bruce, 264. 

Brunson, 24. 50, 79, 82. 
Brunswick, Me., 294, 3S4, 404, 

573- 
Brush, IJ, 264. 
Buccleugh, 264, 553. 
Buck, 264. 
Buckland, 264. 
Bucklain, 37, 134, 158, 264. 
Budlong, 264. 
Buell, 158. 

Buenos Ayres, 332, 500. 
Buffalo, N. Y., 221, 536. 
Buffington, 38, 265. 
Buffum, 38, 182, 265, 234, 499. 
Bugbee, 266. 
Bugby, 266. 

Buildihgs, London, Eng., 168. 
Bull, 38, 266. 
Bullard, i^, 266. 
Buller, 266. 
Bulletin, Boston Evening, 385, 

389. 
Bullett, 266. 
Bullock, 38, 140, 158, 182, 266, 

438, 472. 
Bump, 267. 
Bunce, 267. 
Bundy, 267. 



INDEX 



XIII 



Bunker, 267. 

Bunn, 267. 

Burbank, 267. 

Burbeck, 267. 

Burce, 267. 

Burchard, 267. 

Burd, 158. 

Burden 268. 

Burdick, 38, 267, 268, 298. 515- 

Burdon, 268. 

Burge, 268, 250, 283, 295, 298, 

307, 330, 362,459.466, 510. 

5". 530, 555. 556, 565. 571. 

572. 
Burial Ground, the Common 

Prov., 174. 
Burial Ground, the NorthProv., 

173- 
Burial Ground, the West Prov., 

161. 
Burke, 269. 

Burke, Co., Ga., 305, 591. 
Burkett, 39. 
Burling, 269. 
Burlingame, 38, 269, 214, 296, 

464. 555- 
Burnett, 270. 
Burnham, 270. 
Burns, 39. 

Burnt at Stake, 160. 
Burr, 39, 182, 270. 
r\^urrell, 39, 182, 270. 
-^ Burrill. 39. 
• Burrillville, R. I., 214, 219, 228, 
311. 356, 371. 396, 407, 424, 
426, 438, 451, 453. 457. 467, 
491, 506, 524, 528, 581, 590, 

591. 594- 
Burrington, 39. 
Burrough, 39, 158, 271. 
Burroughs, 39, 148, 158, 182, 

271. 
Burrow, 271. 
Burrows, 271. 
Burt, 39, 271. 
Burton, 272. 
Bush, 182, 272. 
Bushee, 272, 
Bushfield, Va., 176. 
Bussey, 272. 



Butler, 40, 182, 272, 174. 

Butman, 272. 
Buttman, 40. 
Butterfield, 272. 
Butterwood, 272. 
Butterworth, 272. 
Butts, 40, 273. 
Byers, 40. 



Cadet, Literary, 381, 440, 468, 

526. 
Cady, 40, 273. 
Caermarthen, Marquis of, 281, 

316. 
Cahoone, 40, 140, 158, 182, 274. 
Calahan, 274. 
Calder, 40, 182, 274. 
Calhoun, 40. 
Callahan, 40. 
Callender, 40, 182. 
Calvert, 274. 
Cambridge, Mass., 59, 87, ii9. 

165, 385, 469- 
Cambridge University, 90. 
Cambridgeport, Mass., 233, 329. 
Camden, S. C, 243, 266, 456, 

470. 
Cameron, 274. 
Campbell, 40, 158, 274. 
Canal of Intelligence, 351, 600. 
Canandaiguia, N. Y., 170, 355, 

469. 
Cannon, 41. 

Cannon, Explosion of, 172. 
Cannonsburg, Pa., 86, 88, 120. 
Canterbury, Ct., 239, 270, 291, 

295, 298, 304, 305, 336. 398, 

403. 465. 514, 532, 593- 
Cantine, 274. 
Canton, Mass., 221, 267, 292, 

305, 321, 351, 412, 569- 
Cape Francois, 62, 89, 169. 
Cape of Good Hope, 160. 
Cape of St. Francois, 166. 
Capernaum, 41, 183. 
Captain of Marines, 141, 142. 
Capron, 41, 275. 
Card, 275. 



XIV 



INDEX 



Carder, 275. 

Carevv, 183, 275. 

Carey, 41. 

Cargile, 41. 

Cargill, 275. 

Carino, Palace of, 245. 

Carlile, 41, 140, 159, 275. 

Carlisle, 41. 

Carlton, 276. 

Carnes, 276. 

Carney, 276. 

Caroline, N. Y., 205, 274. 

Carpenter, 41, 148, 159, 183, 276. 

Carpenter [Trade], 165. 

Carpenter House, 173. 

Carr, 42, 159. 278. 

Carrique, 274, 333, 439, 472, 

499, 542. 

Carroll, 42, 183, 279, 42, 67, 183, 
186, 281. 

Carollton, Md., 42, 167, 183, 
186, 281, 316. 

Carter, 42, 151, 183, 279, 155. 

Carver, 42, 280. 

Cartwright, 280. 

Carty, 280. 

Case, 42, 280. 

Casey, 280. 

Cash, 280. 

Cashier, 270, 308, 335, 383, 401, 
403, 435, 449, 454, 455, 501, 
545. 554. 555. 576, 587. 592. 

Casino, Place of, 245, 599. 

Cassia, 280. 

Castagnon, 280. 

Castle, 280. 

Castleton, Vt., 162. 

Castoff, 280. 

Caswell, 280. 

Cato, Addison's, 131. 

Caton, 281. 

Catskill, N. Y., 160, 184, 186, 
203, 307. 

Centinel of Freedom, 170. 

Central Falls, R. I., 209, 233, 
239, 241, 256, 270, 283, 288, 
300, 313, 339, 347, 348, 356, 
359. 386, 395, 399, 400, 461, 
468, 483, 492, 511, 529, 556, 
578. 



Centre, 42, 281. 

Centreville, N. Y., 209, 273. 

Centreville, R. I., 208, 236, 299, 
312, 361, 364, 375, 376, 390, 
402, 433, 446, 480, 576, 579. 

Ceremony, Friends, 452, 564. 

Chace, 42, 134, 183, 281, 136, 
225, 281, 302, 30S, 408, 470. 

Chadsey, 283. 

Chadwick, 42, 283. 

Chaffee, 43, 159, 283. 

Chaloner, 43. 

Chamberlain, 284, 300, 366. 

Chambers, 284. 

Chambersburg, Md., 520, 600. 

Chambers Market House, 148. 

Champion, 284. 

Champion of the Wheel, 252, 
561. 

Champlain, 43, 134, 183, 284. 

Chancellor, Lord High, 160. 

Chandler, 43, 284. 

Channing, 285. 

Chape], Methodist, 555, 575. 

Chapin, 285. 

Chapman, 285. 

Chappell, 285. 

Chappotin, 286. 

Character, a Revolutionary, 174. 

Charge de Affairs, 81, 91. 

Charleston, S. C, 29, 38, 40, 49, 
56, 57. 64, 65, 76, 84, 87, 88, 
94, 96, 103, 112, 115, 1 18, 
119, 125, 133, 160, 161, 162, 
163, 166, 168, 169, 172, 173, 
174, 175, 186, 190, 194, 195, 
205, 210, 222, 228, 274, 280, 
285, 299, 304, 318, 349, 373, 
388, 393. 404, 405, 407, 410, 
414, 417, 431, 450, 453, 455, 
459, 477, 479. 495. 496, 502, 
516, 534, 564, 569, 578, 579- 

Charleston, S. C, City Gazette, 
168. 

Charlestown, Ind., 442, 545. 

Charlestown, Mass., 81, 115, 168, 
170, 174, 225, 252, 254, 274, 
285, 329. 342, 462, 479, 495, 
510, 563, 567, 579, 584- 

Charlestown, R. I., 43, 64, 123, 



INDEX 



XV 



Charlestown, R. I., — Con. 

124, 209, 262, 268, 289, 350, 

403, 412, 416, 533, 539, 550, 

560. 
Charlton, 286. 
Charlton, Me., 554. 
Charlton, Mass., 579, 583. 
Charnley, 286. 
Charlton, Mass., 232, 318, 319, 

380, 398, 414. 488. 
Charlton, Mo., 270. 
Chase, 183. 

Chatham, Ct., 262, 347, 478, 483. 
Cheapsicle, N. J., 425, 536. 
Checkley, 134, 183. 
Cheeney, 286, 206, 213, 214, 236, 

241, 244, 250, 256, 261, 283, 
286, 297, 301, 327, 328, 334, 

343. 351, 359, 381, 403. 414. 
422, 429, 446, 463, 469, 470, 
478, 485, 489, 496, 504, 511, 
524, 544, 553, 574, 595. 

Cheeseboro, 482, 579. 

Cheever, 43, 286. 

Chelsea, Mass., 395, 535. 

Chenney, 286. 

Chepachet, R. I., 160, 216, 229, 

242, 258, 300, 330, 3S5, 396, 

410, 519. 531, 535- 
Cheraw, S. C, 211, 222, 304, 

424, 436, 586. 
Cheshire, Eng., 420, 560. 
Cheshire, Mass., 46,98, 165,282, 

499- 
Chevalier, 159. 
Chew, 43. 

Chew, Ire., 316, 329. 
Chickasaw, Belle of the, 387, 

453- 
Chickering, 286. 
Chickerly, 43. 
Chief, an Indian, 169. 
Chief Justice, 133. 
Chilcott, 43. 
Child, 44, 159, 286. 
Childs, 44, 286. 
Chipman, 287. 
Chocolate Mills, 346, 357, 367, 

414. 
Choules, 287, 245, 253, 323, 3S4, 



418, 470, 487, 533- 
Christ Church, Boston, 175. 
Christ Church, N. Y., 39, 76, 

141. 
Christ Church, South Leicester, 

454, 570. 
Christiana Bridge, Del, 171. 
Christian Telescope, 363, 481. 
Christie, 287. 

Chronicle, Independent, 155. 
Chronicle, Pawtucket, 445, 448. 
Chronicle of the U. S., 19, 127. 
Church, 44, 287, 235, 245, 276, 

336, 357, 363, 557- 
Churchill, 288. 
Cibbs, 44. 
Cilley, 159. 

Circus Manager, 444, 563. 
City Gazette of Charleston, 

S. C, 168. 
Claffin, 288. 
Clafland, 44, 183. 
Claflin, 288. 
Clanning, 288. 
Clapp, 134,288, 451, 476. 
Clarke, 49, 134, 140, 159, 288, 

22, 32, 36, 44, 50, 56, 62, 75, 

^^, 81, 82, 92, 95, 96, 106, 
119, 143, 144, 151, 156, 179. 
183, 188, 193, 280, 365, 411, 
415, 478, 491. 

Claude, 44. 

Clavarick, N. Y., 39, 117, 158. 

Clay, 45. 

Claypoole, 45. 

Clayville, R. I., 392, 406. 

Clegg, 291. 

Clements, 45, 183. 

Clerk, Bank, 166. 

Clerk, House of Rep., 30, 96. 

Cleveland, 45, 183, 291. 

Cleveland, Ohio, 405, 534. 

Clifford, 292. 

Clinton, 45. 

Clinton, Ga., 425, 430. 

Closed, 292. 

Clothier, the State, 137. 

Coast of Africa, 158, 166. 

Coasters Harbor Isle, 167. 

Coates, 45, 292. 



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INDEX 



Cobb, 45, 159, 183. 192, 20"], 215, 
226, 253, 266, 280, 285, 314, 

315. 334. 353. 354. 373. 380, 
412, 420, 423, 462, 480, 493, 
503. 532, 566, 571, 587. 592, 
597. 598. 

Cobleigh, 292. 

Cockran, 292. 

Coddington, 45, 134, 292. 

Col., 293. 

Co. Editor, 163. 

Coffin, 45, 293, 206, 390, 503, 
582. 

Coggeshall, 45, 293. 

Coit, 293. 

Colburn, 293. 

Colby, 293, 314, 585. 

Cole, 45, 183, 293, 369, 407, 420, 
465. 477. 510. 

Coleman, 46, 48, 159, 246, 259, 

295, 323. 432, 448, 519- 
Coles, 295. 
Collamore, 295. 
Collar, 295. 
Collector of Customs, 415, 487, 

553- 
Collector of Port, 161. 
Collector of Taxes, 134. 
College President, 161. 
College. Rhode Island, 169, 176. 
College, R. I. Senior Class, 149. 
College, Union, 174. 
College, Yale, 173. 
Collier, 159. 
Collins, 46, 295. 
Collyer, 296. 
Colman, 296. 
Colmer, 296. 
Colton, 297. 

Columbia Co., O., 522, 537. 
Columbia, Penn., 239, 513. 
Columbia, S. C, 444, 517. 
Columbian College, D. C, 430, 

538. 
Columbian Phenix, 68, no, 186, 

193- 
Columbian Reporter, 285, 571. 
Columbian Republican, 308, 440. 
Columbus, Ohio, 449. 
Colvin, 297. 



Colwell, 297. 
Comedian, 212, 598. 
Commander, 297. 
Commander of French Fleet, 

134- 
Commander, a Nautical, 177. 
Commercial Adv^ertiser, N. Y., 

80, 90. 
Commissioner, 164. 
Commissioner, General Land 

Office, 357. 
Commissioner, Public, 333. 
Common Burial Ground, Prov., 

174- 
Common Pleas Court, Newport 

Co., 171. 
Commonwealth Advocate, 310, 

528. 
Comstock, 46, 297. 
Concord, Mass., 308, 359, 427, 

451. 
Concord, Penn., 134. 
Condit, 425, 536. 
Condy, 46, 297. 
Congdon, 46, 159, 297. 
Congregational Church, the Prov. 

Ben , 325. 
Congregational Church, Bristol, 

247, 248, 462, 470, 494, 570. 
Congregational, the Prov. Pa- 
cific, 263, 338. 
Congregation of Baptists, 168. 
Congress, Member of, 117,236, 

247, 295, 316, 324, 328, 329, 

355. 471. 490, 536. 
Congress, Steamer, 460, 483. 
Conkright, 298. 
Connecticut, 34, 71, 106, 168, 

171, 222, 224, 268, 454, 509, 

529, 552. 
Connecticut Courant, 72, 120. 
Connecticut Gazette, 64, 95, 163. 
Connecticut, Governor of, 138. 
Connecticut Journal, 163. 
Connecticut, 3rd Brigade of, 

177. 
Constantine, 298. 
Consul, American, 488. 
Consul, American, to P'rance, 

303- 



INDEX 



XVII 



Consul, British, 6i, 158, 349, 

536, 542, 592. 
Consul, British, for Mass., 211, 

434- 
Consul, British, for R. I., 87. 
Consul, U. S., 317, 320. 
Continental Frigate, 131. 
Continental Navy, 141, 142. 
Continental Sloop Providence, 

117- 

Converse, 298, 444, 517. 

Conway, Vt., 315, 334, 434. 

Cook, 47, 159, 183, 299. 

Cooke, 47. 141, 299. 

Coolbroth, 300. 

Cooley, 300. 

Coolidge, 47. 

Coomer, 301. 

Cooper, 141, 159, 301, 419, 544. 

Copeland, 301. 

Corbett, 301. 

Cordon, 301. 

Corey, 47, 134, 301, 214, 251, 
252, 444, 455, 544. 

Corliss, 302. 

Cornell, 47, 159, 183, 302. 

Cornet, 303. 

Cornwall, 303. 

Corp, 303. 

Corpe, 160. 

Corps, U. S. Engineer, 224, 254, 
262, 343, 413. 

Corpse, 166. 

Cothier, 303. 

Cothran, 303. 

Cotton, 303. 

Cottrell, 303. 

Coulter, 303. 

County Advertiser, [55. 

County Judge, 177. 

Courant, the Connecticut, 72, 
120. 

Currier, N. Y. Morning, 203. 

Court Judge, Inferior, 137. 

Court Justice, 172. 

Court of Admiralty, 58, 97. 

Court of Common Pleas, New- 
port Co., 171. 

Court of Judicature, 133. 

Court, Superior, 133. 



Court, Mass. Superior, 135. 

Courtney, 304. 

Cove, 304. 

Covell, 304. 

Coventry, Ct., 570. 

Coventry, R. I., 30, 32, 33, 37, 
41, 47, 52, 56, 59, 63, 64, 69, 
77i 85, 103, 108, no, 114, 
156, 164, 176, 189, 190, 204, 
206, 212, 214, 217, 219, 220, 
243, 248, 250, 255, 256, 262, 
265, 269, 271, 275, 276, 278, 
299> 302, 307, 325, T,i2, 335, 
340, 350, 356, 359, 360, 361, 
363. 369. 372, 373. 393. 402, 

403, 408, 413, 414, 419, 421, 

424, 432, 442, 445, 448, 449, 
45 r, 459, 461, 462, 466, 468, 
470, 482, 484, 485, 491, 493, 
494, 498, 507, 517, 521, 522, 
524, 529, 532, 541, 545, 546, 
548. 555. 563, 565, 567. 568, 
571, 572, 573, 575. 582, 583, 
587, 594. 597, 600. 

Coverly, 304. 

Cowdon, 304. 

Co wen, 304. 

Cowing, 304. 

Cowles, 304. 

Cowper, 160. 

Cox, 304. 

Coy, 141, 304. 

Cozzens, 47, i6o, 304. 

Craft, 305, 336. 

Craggin, 47, 305. 

Craig, 305. 

Cramner, 305. 

Cramp, 305. 

Crampton, 248, 340, 441, 445. 

Crandall, 160, 305. 

Crane, 305, 204, 320. 

Cranston, 47, 134, 306, 368, 404, 
490, 258, 459. 

Cranston, R. I., 24, 26, 27, 37, 
38, 41, 44, 53, 56, 57, 61, 62, 
63, 64, 67, 75, 77^ 78, 80, 85, 
92, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 
loi, 103, 105, 120, 121, 124, 

125, 137, 139. 149, 159. 160, 
166, 170, i88, 192, 204, 205, 



XVIII 



INDEX 



Cranston, R . I., —Continued. 
210, 214, 217, 218, 219, 221, 
222, 230, 232, 236, 237, 243, 
245, 249, 250, 253, 254, 255, 
256, 264, 265, 269, 276, 279, 
280, 285, 287, 296, 297, 298, 
303, 310, 315. 316, 319, 324, 
325> 326, 331. 336, 340, 342, 
355, 356, 359, 363, 365, 371, 
372, 373, 379, 380, 388, 399, 
400, 402, 407, 408, 409, 410, 
412, 413, 415, 417, 421, 424, 

432, 433, 434, 435. 438, 439, 
441, 442, 452, 456, 464, 469, 
474, 476, 480, 484, 486, 489, 
491, 493, 495, 505, 511, 512, 
513, 521, 524, 526, 528, 531, 

535, 538, 541, 542, 549. 551, 
562, 570, 571, 572, 573, 576, 
582, 590, 591, 600. 

Craode, 47. 

Crapo, 48, 184, 306. 

Crapon, 48, 184, 306. 

Crawford, 141, 160, 360, 304, 

595- 

Creek Nation, 321, 382. 

Cremins, 297. 

Cresby, 48. 

Croade, 47. 

Crocker, 306, 33, 54, 84, loi, 
202, 203, 211, 214, 216, 221, 
222, 234, 244, 245, 248, 251, 
254, 256, 263, 270, 271, 275, 
276, 282, 284, 286, 287, 288, 
295, 298, 305, 317, 318, 324, 
325, 333. 335, 340, 341, 348, 
353, 355, 357, 361,365, 369, 
370, 371, 17Z> 379, 387, 394. 
398, 399, 405. 411. 416, 424, 
427, 431, 437, 438, 439, 443, 
447, 449, 462, 466, 473, 486, 
487, 488, 496, 497, 498, 525, 
534, 537. 547. 548, 550, 551, 
564, 588, 592, 597, 599. 

Crompton Mills, 323, 530, 547. 

Crooke, 48, 134, 161. 

Cross, 48, 184, 307, 244, 534. 

Crossman, 48, 160, 184, 307. 

Crossvvell, 307, 351, 600. 

Crow, 48, 306. 



Crowell, 307. 

Crowningshield, 307. 

Cruff, 307. 

Crumb, 308. 

Cuba, W. I., 246, 335, 415, 562. 

Cudworth, 308. 

Culverson, ^'6. 

Cumberland Isle, Ga., 165, 289, 
360. 

Cumberland, R. I., 22, 24, 26, 28, 
29. 30, 35. Z7> 41. 43. 51. 52, 
66, 74, 75, 76. 77> 86, S7, 89, 
91, 102, 105, 112, 115, 117, 
118, 122, 124, 159, 161, 174, 
177, 204, 205, 209, 210, 211, 
212, 214, 215, 216, 218, 219, 
220, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 
232, 234, 236, 239, 242, 243, 
248, 252, 255, 256, 259, 261, 
267, 268, 269, 272, 275, 276, 
277, 278, 279, 285, 286, 288, 
290, 299, 300, 302, 303, 305, 
307, 308, 310, 311, 313, 314, 
318, 319, 326, 328, 331, 332, 
335, 339, 341. 343. 344, 345, 
346, 353, 357, 370. 374. Z7^> 
2,77, 386, 387, 388, 389, 392, 
393. 396, 398, 399, 400, 401, 
402, 405, 407, 408, 409, 413, 
419, 422, 438, 439, 440, 441, 
442, 446, 447, 448, 451, 457, 
459, 461, 465, 466, 469, 473, 
476, 477, 481, 482, 486, 489, 
490, 491, 492, 493, 496, 498, 
500, 501, 506, 507, 510, 511, 
512, 515, 520, 521, 525, 526, 
529, 531, 535. 540, 541. 543, 
549, 558, 564, 565, 566, 568, 
569, 570, 572, 573, 579, 580, 
581, 586, 587, 588, 591, 592, 
595, 596, 600. 

Cummings, 48, 463, 592. 

Cundall, 49, 308. 

Currier, N. Y. Morning, 257. 

Currey, 49, 141, 149. 

Curtis, 308, 201, 217, 252, 255, 
276, 278, 308, 324, 339, 347, 
371, 378, 384,412, 479, 483, 
484, 494, 508, 511, 521, 548, 
559, 570, 589, 594- 



INDEX 



XIX 



Gushing, 49, 308. 
Cushman, 308. 

Customs, Collector of, 487, 553. 
Customs, Officer of, 171. 
Cutler, 49, 309, 214, 219, 235, 
267, 268, 278, 290, 309, 326, 

343. 345. 379, 405, 413, 440, 
496, 512, 525, 579, 581. 

Cutter, 539, 596. 

Cuttings, 309. 



Dabney, 49, 309. 

Daggett, 49, 134, 160, 309, 205, 

234, 361, 490, 525- 
Damm, 241, 357, 372. 
Dana, 49, 309, 334, 359, 387, 408, 

424, 445, 482, 486, 547, 594. 
Danbury, Ct., 237, 379, 403, 477. 
Danby, Vt., 382, 467. 
Dane, 221, 369,475, 480, 597- 
Danforth, 50, 160, 184, 310, 226, 

459, 566, 592. 
Daniel, 50. 
Daniels, 310. 
Danielson, 310. 
Danvers, Mass., 287, 349. 
Danville, Vt., 286, 536. 
Daral, 31 1. 

Darien, Ga., 319, ijt,, 467, 527. 
Darling, 311. 
Dartmouth, Mass., 209, 247, 250, 

280, 304, 350, 351, 475, 513, 

S 50, 556. 
Davall, 50. 
Davenport, 160, 311. 
Davidson, 311. 
Davis, 50, 141, 160, 311, 521, 

589. 
Da vol, 313. 
Dawless, 313. 
Dawley, 313. 

Day, 50, 184, 314, 310, 514. 
Dayton, 50, 314. 
Deacon, 170. 
Dean, 50, 184, 314, 391, 485, 561, 

588. 
De Arcy, 316. 
De Blois, 50, 316. 



De Beaulieu, 50. 

Dedden, 316. 

Dedham, Mass., 123, 149, 221, 

306, 314, 317, 331, 346, 355, 

356, 365, 446, 451, 461, 496, 

558. 
De Eeckheot^ 51. 
Deer Island Vt., 346, 486. 
De P'orrest, 316. 
De Grasse, 160. 
Dehon, 32, 43, 60, 61, 72, 83, 87, 

119. 
Delano, 51, 316. 
De La Rochefoucault, 160. 
Deming, 316. 
Demount, 51. 
Denison, 316. 
Denmark, 355, 462. 
Dennis, 51, 316. 
Dennison, 51, 184, 316. 
Denny, 317. 
Dentist, 65, 79, 120. 
Deo, 148. 

Department of State, 225, 600. 
De Peron, 317. 

Deputies, House of, France, 245. 
Deputies, House of, Member of, 

335- 
Deraclment, 317. 
Derby, 160, 184, 317. 
De Ternay, 134. 
DeTilley, 184. 
De Tallnare, 160. 
Detroit, Mich., 267, 296, 323, 

557- 
Deville, 51. 
Devens, 160. 
Devereau, 317. 
De Verney, 317. 
De Vol, 317. 
Devotion, 317. 
De Witt, 317. 
Dewherst, 317. 
Dewland, 317. 
De Wolfe, 51, 317, 540. 
Dexter, 51, 161, 184, 205, 212, 

213, 229, 263, 309, 318, 379, 

382, 453, 528. 
Dickens, 319. 
Dickenson, 319. 



XX 



INDEX 



Dickey, 134. 

Dighton, Mass., 27, 44, 82, 106, 
III, 125, 167, 183, 188, 192, 
19s, 212, 215, 226, 228, 236, 
243, 251, 255, 256, 260, 281, 
282, 325, 340, 353, 354, 362, 
376, 388, 404, 408, 416, 422, 

433. 459. 463, 476, 477. 478. 

481, 482, 491, 492, 522, 543, 

544, 549, 552, 559, 576, 592, 

596. 
Dillingham, 319. 
Dillington, 319. 
Dillon, 319. 
Diman, 320. 
Directors, Bank, 166. 
Distillery, 174. 
District of Maine, 406, 594. 
District of Vincennes, Ind., 333, 

398. 
Dix, 320. 

Dixon, 52, 214, 320, 480. 
Doalbeare, 320. 
Dobbs, 184. 
Dockray, 52, 320. 
Dodge, 52, 320. 
Donham, 52. 
Donnison, 184. 
Dorchester, Mass., 215, 288, 394, 

403, 549, 565. 
Dorr, 52, 320. 
Dorrance, 52, 161. 
Dorset, 161. 
Dorsey, 52. 
Doubleday, 52. 
Doud, 320. 
Douglass, 52, 320. 
Douglass, Mass., 214, 305, 322, 

350, 382, 401, 424, 451, 500, 

501, 548, 591. 
Dover Gazette, 514, 561. 
Dover, N. Y., 278, 364. 
Dow, 321, 243, 264, 295, 297, 

298, 307, 318, 331, 350, 361, 

416, 421, 533, 548, 580. 
Dowe, 52, 184. 
Downing, 52, 321. 
Downs, 321. 
Doyle, 321. 
Drake, 321. 



Draper, 53, 321, 

Dresser, 322. 

Drew, 322. 

Drover, 322. 

Drown, 322. 

Drowne, 134, 322. 

Drury, 322. 

Dryden, N. Y., 205, 274. 

Duane, 53, 184. 

Dublin, Ire., 237, 464. 

Dubois, 424, 564. 

Dudley, 161, 322. 

Dudley, Mass., 24, 122, 296, 340, 

479, 488, 560, 561. 
Dufifie, 322. 
Dugan, 323. 

Duke of Buccleugh, 264, 553. 
Duke of Gordon, 287. 
Duke of Leeds, 281, 316. 
Dunaklee, 323. 
Dunbar, 323. 
Duncan, 323. 

Dungeoness, Ga., 289, 360. 
Dunham, 53, 323. 
Dunlap, 529, 593. 
Dunn, 53, 323, 230, 311, 435, 

535- 
Dunning, 323. 
Dunstable, Mass., 411, 462. 
Dunstable, N. H., 227, 238, 293, 

296. 
Dunton, 53, 323. 
Dunwell, 53, 161. 
Du Pan, 161. 
Duputy Collector, 487. 
Durfee, 53, 161, 323. 
Durgee, 323. 
Durham, Me., 294, 404. 
Durick, 323. 
Dutton, 324. 

Duxbury, Mass., 208, 368, 
Dwight, 324, 323, 567. 
Dyer, 53, 151, 161, 185, 324. 
Dyke, 325. 



Eager, 325. 

Eagle Bank, N. H., 455, 501. 
Eagle Bank, Prov., 335, 383, 449, 
454- 



INDEX 



XXI 



Eames, 53, 185. 

Earl, 161, 326. 

Earle, 53, 161, 185. 

East Bridgewater, Mass., 336, 

588. 
East Dereham, Eng., 160. 
Easterbrooks, 54, 161, 326. 
Eastern Argus, 363, 556. 
East Greenwich, R. I., 25, 26, 

30, 33, 36, 38, 40, 4h 47, SO, 
57, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 71, 75, 
85. 90, 93, 102, 103, 108, 
III, 114, 115, 116, 127, 133, 
135. 136, 157. 169, 180, 195, 
209, 215, 220, 225, 233, 239, 
250, 251, 255, 256, 269, 279, 
280, 293, 306, 312, 330, 334, 
342, 345, 346, 347, 360, 361, 
362, 363, 368, 372, 384, 385, 
390, 392, 402, 403, 404,411, 
414, 435, 442, 447, 448, 450, 
451, 454, 466, 467, 468, 476, 
481, 494, 510, 514, 519, 529, 
530, 533. 545, 547, 55i. 554- 
555. 556, 557. 574. 582, 584. 

East Haddam, Ct., 237, 263, 285, 
295. 

East Indies, 159. 

Eastman, 327. 

Easton, 54, 149, 161, 327. 

Easton, Md., 408, 512. 

East Windsor, Ct., 75, 88, 321, 
339. 388, 560. 

Eathforth, 327. 

Eaton, 327, 421, 596. 

Eckerman, 327. 

Eckert, 327. 

Eddy, 54, 134, 151, 161, 185, 328, 
44, 71, 204, 215, 230, 231, 
258, 268, 271, 283, 291, 296, 
304, 308, 320, 338, 356, 359, 
364, 379. 385, 386, 388, 391, 
417, 418, 432, 433, 435, 443, 
445, 464, 470, 482, 493, 496, 
50s, 512, 513, 519, 520, 522, 
523. 530, 536, 540, 542, 550, 
560, 563, 565, 572, 582, 58s, 
586, 592. 

Edenburg, Scot., 157, 289, 328. 

Edenton, N. C, 165, 404, 523. 



Edes, 202, 203, 205, 206, 207, 
209, 213, 218, 220, 221, 222, 
224, 227, 231, 232,234, 235, 
236, 237, 239, 240, 242, 243, 
248, 253, 254, 255, 257, 259, 
260, 262, 264, 265, 266, 267, 
268, 270, 271, 272, 22^, 274, 
275, 277, 284, 286, 287, 290, 
292, 294, 295, 297, 304, 306, 
308, 309, 310, 318, 319, 321, 
322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 
331, 333. 336, 337. 342, 352, 
355. 360, 362, 363, 364, 366, 
369. 371. 372, 373. 374. 377, 
378, 379. 381, 384. 386, 387, 
388, 389, 390, 391. 395. 396, 
397, 400, 402, 403, 404, 407, 
410, 413, 415, 418, 421, 424, 

426, 427, 429, 430, 431, 435, 
437, 438, 440, 441, 443, 446, 
447, 448, 451, 453, 454, 456, 
460, 463, 464, 465. 466, 468, 
469, 471, 472, 473, 477, 483, 
485, 486, 490, 491, 500, 501, 
502, 504, 505, 506, 507, 509, 
510, 512, 516, 517, 518, 521, 
524, 525, 527, 531. 533, 536, 
538, 539. 541. 543. 546, 551, 
553. 554. 555. 556, 557. 559. 
561, 562, 566, 567, 570, 572, 
573, 574. 578, 583. 588, 592. 

Edgartown, Mass., 208, 237, 267, 
552. 

Edgell. 329. 

Editor, 28, 31, 44, 53, 64, 68, 70, 
72, 95, no, 112, 120, 131, 
155. 157. 158, 159. 161, 163, 
170, 180, 181, 184, 186, 187, 
191, 192, 203, 222, 224, 236, 
257, 279, 284, 285, 288, 306, 
307. 308, 351, 353. 363. 381, 
385, 389. 395. 396, 397, 415, 

427, 435, 440, 451, 452, 460, 
468, 476, 492, 514, 517, 526, 

538, 549. 550. 569. 571, 600. 
Editor, a Co., 163. 
Edson, 311, 487. 
Edwards, 161, 329. 
Edwardsville, 111., 397, 561. 
Eells, 54. 



XXII 



INDEX 



Egan, 329. 

Eggleston, 329. 

Egremont, N. Y., 381, 533. 

Eighforth, 329. 

Elderkin, 54, 330. 

Eldred, 330. 

Eldredge, 330. 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 371, 436, 

450, 533- 
Elizabethtown, N. J., 31, 44. 
Ellery, 55, 330. 
Elliott, 55, 185, 331. 
Ellis, 55, 331, 36, 59, 82, 98. 
Ellsbree, 331. 
Ellsworth, Me., 340, 527. 
Elton, 235, 272, 280, 281, 302, 

305. 385. 396, 434. 435» 456, 

564, 567- 
Emerson, 55, 185, 332, 468. 
Emery, 332. 
Emigrant, 176. 
Emmons, 34, 87. 
Endfield, Mass., 389, 496. 
Enfield, Ct., 29, 112, 235, 437. 
Engineers, U. C, Corps of, 224, 

254, 262, 343, 413, 434. 
Engineers, U. S., Topographical, 

304, 490. 
England, 138, 156, 161, 164, 190, 

191, 203. 291, 412, 419. 
English, 55, 332. 
English Author, 160, 173. 
Ennis, 332. 

Enquirer, New York, 397, 460. 
Enterprise, ship, 156. 
Episcopal Church, 32, 33, 42, 75, 

84, 122, 151, 183, 188. 
Episcopal Church, Pawtucket, 

360, 565. 
Episcopal Service, 258, 488. 
Erpell, 332. 
Erskine, 135. 
Eschenberg, 332. 
Essex, 332. 
Essex, frigate, 177. 
Estes, 332. 
Etchell, 332. 
Evans, 55, 332, 168. 
Evans, 55, 332, 168. 
Evansville, Ohio, 429, 481. 



Evening Bulletin, Boston, 385, 

389. 

Evening Gazette, 288, 427. 

Evens, 55. 

Eveleth, 55, 161, 185. 

Everett, 333, 358, 477, 562, 576. 

Ewell, 333. 

Ewers, 217, 551. 

Ewing, 333. 

Exchange Bank, Prov., 19, 270, 
308. 

Exchange, sloop, 170, 172. 

Exeter, N. H., 270, 316. 

Exeter, R. I., TJ, 118, 218, 219, 
250, 278, 284, 301, 305,312, 
321, 347, 348, 368, 390, 401, 
409, 418, 427, 474, 476, 477, 
480, 490, 494, 555, 558, 574, 

575, 585, 593- 
Explosion of Cannon, 172. 
Eyres, 55. 



Fairbanks, 333, 149. 

Fairbrother, 334. 

Fairfax Co., Va., 176. 

Fairfield, Me., 479. 

Fairfield, N. Y., 218, 591. 

Fairhaven, Mass., 288, 322, 390, 
401,405, 438, 523, 596. 

Falconet, 55. 

Fales, 55, 149, 161, 334. 

Fall River, Mass., 44, 62, 202, 
205, 208, 209, 216, 217, 221, 
239, 246, 247, 249, 250, 251, 
265, 268, 277, 280, 282, 283, 
291, 298, 312, 313, 323, 324, 
326, 329, 335, 341, 342, 345, 
350, 351. 359, 368, 370, 377, 
382, 398, 401, 421, 423, 425, 
429, 431, 433, 438, 442, 448, 
449, 454, 459, 467, 474, 482, 
485, 491, 492,494, 497, 516, 
517, 518, 540, 544, 545, 551, 
553, 569, 574, 577, 586, 587, 
591, 596, 597. 

Falmouth, Mass., 258, 329, 339, 
404. 

Farden, 334. 

Farewell, 162. 



INDEX 



XXIII 



Fargo, 334. 

Farley, 334, 201, 227, 274, 279, 
280, 352, m, 393, 400, 405, 

485, 541. 559. 574. 584. 
Farmers Record, O., 415, 449. 
Farmington, Ct., 304, 558. 
Farnsworth, 185. 
Farnum, 56, 185, 334. 
Farquhar, 56. 
Farrand, 335. 
Farrier, 335. 
Farrington, 56. 
Farris, 335. 
Fasineau, 335. 
Faxon, 335. 

Fayetteville, N. C, 335. 
Fayetteville, S. C, 432. 
Fearing, 335. 

Federal Hill, Prov., 31, 43. 
Fell, 56. 
Fellows, 335. 
Fellon, 335. 

Female Preacher, 310, 496. 
Fenner, 56, 162, 335. 
Fenner's Corner, Prov., 19. 
Fenos Isle, 411. 
Ferguson, 266, 308, 329, 339, 

394. 437. 442, 446, 447, 567, 

588, 589. 
Fessenden, 336. 
Field, 56, 162, 337, 290, 529. 
Fifield, 338, 273, 414. 
Fillmore, 338. 
Finch, 338. 
Findbury, Ire., 316. 
Finn, 338. 
First Baptist Church, Newport, 

170. 
Fish, 56, ii"^. 
Fisher, 56, 339, 584. 
Fiske, 57, 162, 185, 339, n^ 112, 

292, 339, 340. 436, 555, 560, 

564, 599. 
Fitch, 162. 
Fitts, 340. 
Fitzgerald, 162, 340. 
Flagg, 57. 135. 340. 
Flahavan, 57. 
Fleet, the French, 134. 
Fleming, 341. 



Fletcher, 57, 341. 

Flint, 57.341- 

Flushing, L. I., 296, 487, 557. 

Fobes, 57, 49. 

Fogg, 341- 

Follett, 57, 341. 

Foot, 58. 

Ford, 341, 327, 350, 438, 477. 

Forrestall, 342. 

Forrester, 58. 

Fort, 342. 

Fort Mitchell, 321, 382. 

Fort Pike, 222, 373. 

Forth, 342. 

Fortudas, 166. 

Fosdick, 58, 141. 

Foss, 342. 

Foster, 58, 135, 342, 19. 

Foster, R. I., 22, 28, 33, 41, 52, 
54. 58, 87, 96, 183, 184, 203, 
204, 223, 224, 227, 238, 248, 
277, 278, 293, 327, 335, 336, 
342, 364, 369, 371, 172, 387, 
388, 395. 398, 419. 444,468, 

479, 482, 484, 496, 519, 541, 
556, 557. 572, 575, 579. 59i- 

Fouquet, 58. 

Fowle, 58, 141. 

Fowler, 58, 342, 218, 226, 259, 

269, 315, 411, 413,425, 450, 

453, 517. 538. 579. 
Fowling Peice, 167. 
Fox, 162, 343, 522. 
Frame, 141. 

Framingham, Ct., 304, 558. 
Framingham, Mass., 238, 260, 

293. 327. 347, 376, 411. 447i 

480, 495. 534, 580. 
France, 160, 175. 

France, American Consul to, 

303- 
France, House of Deputies, 

245. 
France, Republic of, 164. 
Frances, 58. 
Francis, 58, 162, 843. 
Frankfort, N. Y., 158. 
Franklin, 58, 162, 185, 343, 50,66. 
Franklin, Ct., 223, 338. 



XXIV 



INDEX 



Franklin, Mass., 22, 34, 87, 117, 
228, 276,333, 351, 376, 377, 
388, 446, 447, 456, 477, 497, 

507. 570, 575. 583- 
Frazier, 135. 

Fredericksburg, Md., 30, 43, 70. 

Fredericksburg Md. Herald, 70. 

Fredericksburg, Va.,358, 455. 

Frederickstown, Md., 112, 164. 

Frederickstown, Md., Herald, 
112. 

Freebody, 59, 162, 344. 

Freeborn, 344. 

Freedom, Centinel of, 170. 

Freelove, 162. 

Freeman, 59, 344, 112. 

Freetown, Mass., 104, 118, 168, 
209, 211, 212, 246, 249, 276, 
277. 303, 308, 323, 375, 376, 
407, 459, 467, 471. 483, 529. 
570, 573. 577, 594- 

French, 59, 162, 344. 

French Fleet, 134. 

Friend, 345. 

Friend Preacher, 138. 

Friends, 320, 393. 

Friends' Ceremony, 399, 452, 
564. 

Friends' Meeting House, Adams, 
Mass., 282, 499. 

Friends' Meeting House, Crans- 
ton, R. I., 210, 399. 

Friends' House, Dartmouth, 
Mass., 350. 

Friends' Meeting House, Dur- 
ham, Me., 294, 404. 

Friends' Meeting House, East 
Greenwich, R. I., 25,64,71, 
108. 

Friends' Meeting House, Fair- 
haven, Mass., 523, 596. 

Friends' Meeting House, Fall 
River, Mass., 265, 282, 283, 
500, 596, 597. 

Friends' Meeting House, Hop- 
kinton, R. I., 296, 361, 409, 
585. 

Friends' Meeting House, Hud- 
son, N. Y., 75, 116. 



Friends' Meeting House, New 
Bedford, Mass., 502, 523. 

Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port, R. I., 25, 28, 29, 34, 
36, 53, 62, 66, 88, 99, TOO, 
125, 179, 186, 193, 316, 326. 

Friends' Meeting House, New 
York, 452. 

Friends' Meeting House, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 70, 74. 

Friends' Meeting House, Ports- 
mouth, R. I., 215, 216, 282, 

295, 317. 344. 348, 376, 418, 
452, 484, 564, 594. 

Friends' Meeting House, Provi- 
dence, R. I., 23, 25, 35, 37, 
46, 47, 53, 54, 63, 67, 81, 
108, 189, 209, 316, 366, 390, 
397, 426, 500, 556. 

Friends' Meeting House, Rhode 
Island, 42, 120. 

Friends' Meeting House, Smith- 
field, R. I., 26, 38, 205, 208, 
234, 282. 

Friends' Meeting House, Somer- 
set, Mass., 263, 366. 

Friends' Meeting House, Taun- 
ton, Mass., 423, 518. 

Friends' Meeting House, Tiver- 
ton, R. I., 32, 67. 

Friends' Meeting House, War- 
wick, R. I., i8r. 

Friends' Meeting House, West- 
port, Mass., 351, 559. 

Friends', Society of, 179, 182. 

Frieze, 262, 364. 

Frigate, a Continental, 131. 

Frink, 218, 582. 

Frissell, 345. 

Frizell, 345. 

Frobock, 345. 

Frost, 59, 186, 345. 

Frothingham. 59. 

Fruit, 345. 

Fruit Hill, R. I., 231, 463. 

Fry, 59, 186, 345. 

Fuller, 59, 162, 346, 210, 476, 

485. 558. 
Fulton Steamer, 297, 471. 
Furgeson, 524, 548. 



INDEX 



XXV 



Furniss, 346. 



Gage, 346. 

Gale, 235, 298, 324, 332, 

347. 441, 530, 574. 
Gallaher, 162. 
Gammeli, 208, 223,230,260, 

271. 330, 332, 335. 33^> 
353, 378, 414, 417, 434, 
450, 461, 474, 483, 487, 
502, 516, 527, 528, 533, 

549. 553, 571, 579, 599- 

Gander, 60. 

Gano, 60, 162, 185, 347, 21 
28, 31, 33. 37, 38, 40, 4f 
44, 45,47, 49, 51, 52, 53 
64, 68, 69, 70, 71- 74, 77 
86, 90, 96, 97, 98, 103, 
107, 109, 112, 1 13, 1 15, 
123, 126, 127, 151, 152, 
179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 
185, 186, 187, 188, 191, 
193. 194- 195, 203, 205, 
211, 216, 218, 220, 222, 
224, 225, 227, 230, 233, 
238, 239, 240, 241, 243, 
247, 249, 250, 251, 258, 
263, 264, 265, 267, 270, 
275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 
283, 284, 285, 286, 288, 
294, 295, 297, 298, 299, 
301, 303, 305, 309. 310, 
315, 320, 321, 323, 326, 
328, 333. 337, 341, 342, 
345, 347, 350, 352, 353, 
355, 356, 357. 359. 362, 
366, 367, 368, 369. 371, 
375. 37^> 377> 378. 379, 
383, 385. 386, 387, 388, 
390, 391. 393, 394. 396, 
398, 399, 400, 403, 404, 
413, 415, 417, 421, 422, 
427, 430, 434, 435, 436, 
438, 439, 442, 446, 447, 
450, 451. 453, 455, 456, 
459. 463, 464. 466, 470, 
473, 475. 478, 480,481, 
483, 484, 487, 492, 499, 
501, 502, 508, 509, 510, 





Gano, — Continued. 




515, 516, 


520, 521, 522, 523, 




525, 527, 


528, 530, 531, 535, 




539. 540, 


541, 542, 544, 546, 


344, 


547. 548, 


550, 552, 555, 556, 




557, 558, 


564, 565, 566, 575, 




577, 583. 


585, 586, 587. 589, 


268. 


590, 594, 


595, 596, 600. 


344, 


Garcio, 347. 




449, 


Gardiner, 60, 


162, 186, 347, 206, 


497, 


217, 241, 


256, 338, 452, 485, 


539, 


557- 
Garland, 349. 
Garlin, 349. 




, 27, 


Garrett, 162. 




.42, 


Garrison, 60. 




, 60, 


Garzer, 349. 




,85, 


Gastoff, 349. 




106, 


Gates, 349. 




I2(, 


Gay, 60, 349- 




176, 


Gaylard, 349. 




184, 


Gazette, Albany, N. Y., 182, 195. 


192, 


Gazette, Boston, Mass., 236. 


208, 


Gazette, Charlestown City, S. C, 


223, 


168. 




234, 


Gazette, Conn., 64, 95, 163. 


246, 


Gazette, Dover, 514, 561. 


260, 


Gazette, Evening, 288, 427. 


273, 


Gazette, Georgetown, D. C, 


282, 


158. 




289, 


Gazette, New York, 166, 279, 


300, 


415. 




311. 


Gazette, Philadelphia, 191, 192. 


327, 


Gazette, Providence, 131, 155. 


343, 


Gazette, Zenia, O., 415, 499. 


354, 


Geddings, 349. 


365, 


Geer, 349. 




374, 


Gellett, 421. 




380, 


General Assei 


mbly, 156, 158, 159, 


389. 


165, 177. 




397, 


General Assembly of S. C, 168. 


407, 


General of Brigade, 159, 167. 


426, 


Gen. Greene, 


Frigate, 156, 157, 


437, 


159, 161, 


162, 164, 165, 169, 


449, 


170, 172, 


173, 174- 


458, 


Gen. Lafayette, 317. 


471, 


General Land Office, Com. of, 


482, 


357, 572. 




500, 


Genet, 60. 




514, 


Geoffrey, 162. 





XXVI 



INDEX 



Geographer of the Army of U. 

S., 135- 

Georgia, 75, 103, 166, 177, 188, 
192. 

Georgetown, D. C, 309, 365, 
431, 440, 531, 561, 593- 

Georgetown, Va., 158. 

Georgetown Gazette, 158. 

Germany, 332, 421, 500. 

Gibbon, 349. 

Gibbs, 162, 350. 

Gibson, 60. 

Gifford, 61, 350, 432. 

Gilbert, 61, 351. 

Giles, 351. 

Gillett, 351, 490. 

Gillmore, 351. 

Gilmore, 61. 

Gilmer, 351. 

Gilpin, 61, 351. 

Gindrat, 351. 

Gladding, 61, 162, 186, 352. 

Gleason, 352. 

Glen Falls, N. Y., 494, 568. 

Glentworth, 61. 

Gloucester, Mass., 89, 109. 

Gloucester, R. I., 21, 26, 28, 36, 
52, 54, 69, 75, 80, 82, 96, 
106, 109, 114, 122, 124, 125, 
133. 167, 17s, 185, 194, 204, 
205, 211, 212, 213, 214, 216, 
217, 219, 225, 227, 229, 231, 
249, 252, 266, 269, 300, 302, 

309, 329. 332, 342, 345, 356, 
358, 369, 400, 402, 405, 406, 
415, 416, 431, 434, 441, 442, 
452, 453, 463, 465, 466, 467, 
477, 480, 486, 504, 507, 519, 
522, 535, 540, 557, 560, 571, 
578, 588, 590, 591, 595- 

Glover, 61, 353. 

Goddard, 61, 353. 

Godeau, 243. 

Godfrey, 62, 353. 

Goff, 62, 167, 253, 353, 488. 

Goldsboro, 354. 

Goldsmith, 354. 

Gondell, 355. 

Gonsolve, 162, 355. 

Goodale, 354. 



Goodenough, 354. 

Good Hope, Cape of, 160. 

Goodhue, 354. 

Gooding, 354. 

Goodnow, 354. 

Goose, 62. 

Goodspeed, 354. 

Goodwin, 354. 

Gordon, 355. 

Gordon, Duke of, 287. 

Gore, 355. 

Gorham, 62, 163, 355. 

Gorton, 62, 355, 135. 

Gorey, 356. 

Gosport Navy Yard, 233, 243. 

Goss, 356. 

Gould, 62, 186, 356. 

Gouveneur, 163. 

Governor of Connecticut, 138. 

Governor of Louisiana, 498, 518. 

Governor of Massachusetts, 173. 

Governor of New Hampshire, 

451.483- 
Governor of Rhode Island, 159, 

350, 406. 
Governor of St. Croix, 167. 
Governor of Virginia, 158. 
Grace Church, N. Y., 309, 343. 
Gracus, 357. 
Graduate of Brown University, 

335, 380. 
Grafton, 62, 135, 141, 357- 
Grafton, Mass., 218, 236, 238, 

239, 298, 341, 398, 407, 409, 

410, 460, 540, 596. 
Grafton, N. H., 93, 107. 
Graham, 357. 
Grainger, 357. 
Gramon, 62. 
Grampaer, 

Grand Marshall, 240, 548. 
Grant, 62, 357. 
Gratton, 357. 
Graves, 62, 358, 250, 343. 
Gray, 63, 358, 107, 355, 583. 
Graycroft, 359. 
Grayson, 359. 
Great Barrington, Mass., 58, 73, 

252, 561. 
Great Berkhamstead, Eng., 160. 



INDEX 



XXVII 



Great Bridge, Providence, 19, 

131. 155- 

Great Britain, 171. 

Great Tower Hill, Eng., 21, 76. 

Greece, 254, 411. 
, Greece, Isle of Tenas, 445. 

Greece, Missionary to, 254, 338. 

Greeley, 359. 

Greene, 63, 135, 163, 186, 359, 
48, 99, 125, 133, 203, 217, 
226, 233, 236, 239, 256, 264, 
272, 274, 288, 290, 308, 325, 
330, 331, 338, 346, 347. 348, 
349. 353. 354. 382, 397. 398, 
399, 407. 412,424, 431, 435, 
437, 444, 461, 463, 471, 473, 
480, 492, 494, 503, 509, 524, 
526, 531, 539. 546, 548, 560, 
576, 584, 588, 596. 

Greenfield, Ct., 462, 568. 

Greenfield, Mass., 445, 462, 599. 

Greenfield, Warwick, R. I., 372, 
546. 

Greenleaf, 65, 363. 
/jreenman, 65, 364. 

Greenwich, N. Y., 294, 471. 

Greenwich, R. I., 287, 374. 

Greenwood, 65, 364. 

Grew, 65. 

Gridley, 364. 

Grieve, 364. 

Griffin, 288, 314, 339, 364. 449. 
489. 554. 576, 589- 

Griffith, 65, 175, 364. 

Grimke, 65, 186. 

Grinman, 364. 

Grinnell, 65, 364. 

Griswold, 65, 163, 365. 204, 210, 
223, 252, 256, 286, 290, 318, 
320, 322, 355, 359, 368, 386, 
398, 400, 427, 443, 444, 448, 
449, 450, 454, 460, 470, 478, 
499, 504. 505, 516, 517. 537. 
538, 540, 566, 568, 570, 576, 

585. 595- 
Griswold, Ct., 468, 567. 
Grosvenor, 65, 365. 
Groton, Ct., 105, 124, 299, 402. 
Groton, Mass., 380, 479. 
Groundnuts, 149. 



Grover, 365. 
Groves, 365. 
Grovet, 365. 

Guard, Russian, 238 402. 
Gudzing, 66. 
Guild, 365. 
Guphe, 365. 
Gurney, 365. 

Gushee, 222, 228, 255, 304, 376, 
416, 476, 477, 478, 481, 559. 
Gusken, Ohio, 415, 535. 
Gustin, 366. 



H 



Hack, 366. 

Hacker, 163. 

Haddam, Ct., 33, ^T. 

Hadley, Mass., 365, 383. 

Hadwen, 66, 366. 

Haile, 366. 

Hailer, 366. 

Haines, 366. 

Hale, 248, 367. 

Halifax, N. C, 136,138,321, 535. 

Halifax Station, 175. 

Halifax, Vt., 228, 375. 

Hall, 66, 135, 163, 367, 29, 286, 

311. 374. 375. 409,439.-475. 

511, 522, 597. 
Hallett, 369. 
Halliburton, 66. 
Hallowell, 66. 
Hallowell, Me., 232, 420, 421, 

490. 
Hallowell, Mass., TT, 92. 
Halsey, 66, 369. 
Hambley, 369. 
Hamburg, Germany, 171. 
Hamer, 370. 
Hamilton, 369, 201, 233, 242, 246, 

254. 271, 280, 307, 315, 347. 

354. 364. 366, 376, 384. 417. 

420, 469, 470, 487, 501, 510, 

513, 522, 528, 530, 534. 545. 

556, 563. 570, 575. 590, 591. 

596. 
Hamlin, 163, 369. 
Hamm, 66, 163, 369. 
Hammett, 369. 



XXVIII 



INDEX 



Hammond, 66, 369, 461, 533. 

Hamor, 370. 

Hampden, Me., 236, 333, 403, 

470. 
Hampton, Ct., 221, 373. 439.491- 
Hamstead, Eng., 173. 
Hancock, 370. 
Hancock, Mass., 354. 
Hancock, N. H., 301. 
Handy, 66, 141, 370. 
Hanover, Mass., 30, 54. 
Hanover, N. H., 78, 108. 
Hanover Square, Eng., 264, 553. 
Hanson, Mass., 375, 539. 
Hants, Eng., 524. 
Hardenburgh, 6^. 
Harding, 67, 135, 186, 370. 
Hardy, 37 [. 
Hariner, 371. 
Harketh, 349. 
Harkness, 371. 
Harlem, N. Y., 323, 409. 
Harper, 67, 186. 
Harper's Ferry, Va., 397, 444. 
Harrell, 371. 
Harrington, 372. 
Harris, 67, 163, 371, 374, 439. 
Harrison, 67. 
Harson, 373. 
Har^vell, 373. 
Hart, 67, 373, 319, 422, 472, 499, 

534. 589- 

Hartford Co., Md., 415, 449. 

Hartford, Ct., 29, 68, 72, no, 
112, 120, 170, 172, 1S6, 193, 
266, 269, 270, 293, 300, 304, 
310, 311, 315, 316, 323, 329, 
342, 375, 403, 409, 426, 429, 
445, 451, 462,463, 481, 483, 
500, 558, 567, 587,495- 

Hartford, Ct., Times, 462, 568. 

Hartford, Vt., 157, 177. 

Hartley, 163. 

Hartshorn, 67, 373. 

Hartwell, 532. 

Harvard Col., Professor in, 285, 

331- 
Harverill, Mass., 177. 
Harvey, 374. 
Harvington, Ct., 93, 94. 



Hartwell, 255, 373, 507, 515. 

Harvvood, 67, 163, 186, 374. 

Haskell, 374. 

Hasketh, 592. 

Haskins, 67, 374. 

Hastings, 374. 

Haswell, 375. 

Hatch, 375. 

Hathaway, 375. 

Hatten, 376. 

Hatter, 96, 97, 108, 116. 

Hattrick, 163. 

Havana, 148, 165, 172. 

Havens, 164, 376. 

Hawes, 68, 164, 186, 376, 310, 

311- 
Hawkes, 377. 
Hawkins, 68, 141, 186, 377, 225, 

231, 332, 467. 
Hawley, 377, 388, 559. 
Hay, 357, 568. 
Haydon, 68. 
Hayes, 164, 377. 
Hayford, 378. 
Hayley, 68. 
Hayward, 68, 378. 
Haywood, 68, 186. 
Hazard, 68, 135, 142, 164, 378, 

403, 412. 
Hazelton, 215, 281,282, 306, 353, 

403, 404, 433, 483. 
Head, 378. 
Healey, 68. 
Heath, 378. 
Heathcote, 379. 
Heaton, 68, 164, 379. 
Hebron, Ct., 289, 320, 321, 550. 
Hedding, 270, 432. 
Hedge, 379. 
Hefferlon, 69. 
Helme, 135, 379. 
Hemenway, 379, 506, 556. 
Hempstead, 164. 
Henderson, 379. 
Hendley, 379. 
Hendrick, 379. 
Hendricks, 379. 
Henry, 69, i64, 187, 379. 
Henshaw, 380. 
Herald, Fredericksburg, Md., 70. 



INDEX 



XXIX 



Herald, Frederickstown, Md., 

112. 

Herald, Republican, 363, 481- 

Herendeen,69. 

Herenden, 69. 

Herreshoff, 69, 187. 

Herrick, 380. 

Hershell, 164. 

Hertfordshire, Eng., 160. 

Hervey, 380. 

Hetherington, 380. 

Hewes, 380. 

Hewett, 69. 

Hewlett, 380. 

Hickey, 381. 

Hickman, 381. 

Hicks, 69, 187, 381. 

Hidden, 380. 

Higgins, 381. 

Higgison, 381. 

High St., Prov., 20. 

Hildreth, 381. 

Hill, 69, 164, 381, 37. 118, 321, 

382. 
Hilliman, 382. 
Hillsdale, N. Y., 548. 
Hillson, 383. 
Himes, 383. 
Hinckley, 383. 
Hines, 383. 
Hingham, Mass., 40, 102, 182, 

Hinsdale, N. Y., 185, 188, 473- 

Hiscox, 383. 

Historical Society, the K. 1., 

200. 
Hitchcock, 164, 187, 383. 20, 24, 
26. 28, 30, 32, 33, 35.41. 44, 
48, 58, 59.61. 63, 65, 67, 78, 
79, 80, 85, 87, 92. 93. 103. 
108, no, 113, 114, 115. 119. 
121, 179, 181, 183, 184, 185, 
186, 187, 188, 193, 195. 263, 
287. 
Hoadley, 69. 
Hoar, 383. 
Hobbs, 383. 

Hobart, 221, 257, 231, 584- 
Hobson, 283. 
Hodges, 69, 383, 475. 477- 



Hodgkinson, 384. 

Hoffman, 164. 

Hogg, 69. 

Holbrook, 384. 

Holden, 69, 135, 164, 384- 

Holden, Mass., 458, 508. 

Holland, (name), 164. 

Holland, 241, 403- 

HoUis, N. H., 469. 598. 

Hollison, Mass., 203, 289. 

Holman, 322, 376, 382, 541- 

Holmes, 70, 384, 385. 469- 

Holmesburgh, 203, 398- 

Holroyd, 70, 187, 161. 

Holt, 187, 385- 

Holy Trinity Church, Eng., 317. 

478. 
Homer, 70, 385, 392, 579- 
Hone, 386. 
Honeywell, 386. 
Hood, 386. 
Hooke, 70. 
Hooker, 386. 
Hookey, 70. 

Honors, Masonic, 157. 172. 
Honors, Military, 155. 172- 
Hope, Ship, 157. 159. 166. 

Hopkins, 70, 142, 187. 386, 369, vX 

82, 302, 442. 
Hopkinton, Mass., 80, 121, 389, 

503- 
Hopkinton, R. I., 230, 244, 285, 

295, 296, 305, 348. 361. 409, 

427, 442. 474. 513, 536, 574, 

575. 585. 600. 

Hoppin, 70, 187, 387- 

Hopson, 387. 

Home, 387. 

Horning, 187. 

Horswell, 71, 187, 387- 

Horton, 71, 387- 

Hospital, U. S. Marine, 395. 

535- ,„ 
Hoswell, 388. 

Hoton, 388. 
House, 388. 
House, Carpenter, 173. 
House ot Deputies, France, 245. 
House of Deputies, Member of, 
335- 



XXX 



INDEX 



House of Representatives, Clerk 

of, 30. 96. 
Housewright, 139. 
Housvvell, 388. 
Houston, 388. 
Hovey, 388. 

Howard, 71, 187, 388, 293, 284. 
Howe, 71, 164, 238, 389, 402, 

503. 
Howes, 389. 

Howell, 71, 164, 187, 589. 
Howland, 71, 389. 
Howman, 164. 
Hoxsie, 390. 
Hoyle, 72, 164. 
Hoyt, 390. 
Hubbard, 72. 
Hudson, 72, 164, 391. 
Hudson, N. Y., 61, 67, 69, 75, 

90, III, 116, 168, 314, 405. 
Hudson, Packet Ship, 284, 535. 
Huesties, 391. 
Hugles, 72, 164, 187, 391- 
Hull, 267, 317, 391, 375, 383- 
Humes, 392. 
Humford, 392. 
Humphrey, 72, 136, 142, 165, 

392. 
Humphries, 392. 
Hunt, 72. 136, 165, 392, 216, 

244, 277, 292, 308, 332, 344, 

345, 410, 414, 443, 465, 472, 

590. 
Hunter, 72, 393. 
Huntington, 72, 393. 
Huntress, 393. 
Hurlburt, 72, 393. 
Hurley, 165. 
Hurtin, 165. 
Husband, 187. 
Huse, 393. 
Hussey, 165, 393. 
Hutchins, 73, 393. 
Hutchinson, 394. 
Hyatt, 394. 
Hyde, 394. 

Hyde Co., N. C, 511, 567. 
Hyer, 394. 
Hyndeman, 394. 



Ide, 73, 394, 203, 289. 

Illinois, 236, 297, 389. 

Illinois, U. S. Senator of, 444. 

Ilsley, 395. 

Impartial Observer, 148 to 152. 

Independent Chronicle, 155. 

India Ship Jenny, 158. 

Indian Chief, 169. 

Infantry, U. S. 2nd, 183, 189, 

254. 365- 
Inferior Court, Judge of, 137. 
Ingalls, 395. 
Ingell, 395. 

Ingraham, 73, 165, 395. 
Ingloes, 395. 
Inman, 395. 
Innholder, 171. 
Inskeep, 187. 

Intelligence, Canal of, 351, 600. 
Inventor, 170. 
Ipswich, Mass., 419, 465. 
Ira, Vt., 530, 562. 
Iredell, 165. 
Ireland, 165, 168, 177. 
Irish, 73, 396. 
Irons, 396. 
Isham, 367, 581. 
Italian Opera Co., 347, 432. 
Ives, 73, 396, 156. 



Jack, 396. 

Jackins, 396. 

Jackman, 397. 

Jackson, 73, 165, 187, 397, 24. 

Jackson, Tenn., 206, 582. 

Jacobs, yy, 136, 165, 397. 

Jacques, 397. 

Jamaica, Isle of, 97, 115, 192, 

194. 
Jamaica, L. I., 435, 486, 583. 
Jamaica, Mass., 27, 118, 406. 
Jamaica Plains, Mass., 355, 583. 
Jamaica Station, 172. 
Jamaica, Vt., 346, 486. 
James, 74, 398, 222, 364, 457, 

521. 



INDEX 



XXXI 



Jamestown, R. I., 42, 60, 72, 120, 
176, 209, 268, 281, 298, 302, 
349, 462, 466,493. 571- 

Janson, 398. 

Jarvis, 398. 

Jeffers, 398. 

Jefferson, 398. 

Jeffray, 398. 

Jeffrey, 74. 

Jeffiers, 398. 

Jenckes, 74, 136, 142, 151, 165, 
188, 378, 381, 526, 597. 

Jenison, 400. 

Jenkins, 75, 136, 166, 401. 

Jennings, 401. 

Jenny, 401. 

Jenny, India ship, 158. 

Jepherson, 401. 

Jepson, 401. 

Jerauld, 401. 

Jersey City, N. J., 406, 490. 

Jersey, Prison ship, 136. 

Jewell, 401. 

Jewett City, Ct., 261, 314. 

Jillson, 75, 401. 

Joachim, King, 359. 

Johnson, 75, 402, 23, 39, 72. 

Johnson, N. Y., 87, 11 1, 244, 381. 

Johnson, R. I„ 25, 27, 30, 38, 54 
62, 63, 67, 78, 80, 85, 103 
104, 105, 106, 120, 122, 124 
134, 140, 144, 156, 162, 163 
167, 168, 177, 206, 213, 219 
222, 227, 228, 237, 238, 244 
245, 248, 254, 258, 261, 262 
269, 275, 276, 287, 296, 297 
302, 313, 316, 324, 328, 332 
334. 336, 340, 343. 360, 361 
367, 371. 373. 377. 379, 381 
395, 396, 399. 403. 407. 408 
409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 417 
419, 422, 426, 427, 429, 434 
440, 441, 444, 463, 466, 467 
470, 478, 479, 482, 484, 489 
490, 491, 494, 495, 503, 504 
508, 511, 515, 516, 521, 524 
526, 531, 532, 537, 538, 541 
544. 551. 552, 562, 570, 571 
572, 574. 580, 582, 586, 590 
594, 595. 596. 



Joice, 373, 527. 

Joly, 403. 

Jones, 76, 151, 166, 188,403, 131, 

355- 

Jones Co., Ga., 425, 430. 

Jordan, 405. 

Joslin, 76, 405. 

Josselyn, 136. 

Journal, American, 19, 129 to 
144. 

Journal, Connecticut, 163. 

Journal, Kennebec, 327, 477. 

Journal, Providence, 20, 153 to 
196. 

Journal, Providence Semi- 
Weekly, 200 to 

Jouvette, 405. 

Joy, 405. 

Joyeux, 166, 

Judd, 405. 

Judge, County, 177. 

Judge of Inferior Court, 137. 

Judge of Superior Court, 135. 

Judge of U. S. Supreme Court, 

165. 
Judicature, Court of, 133. 
Judson, 265, 284, 349, 376, 543, 

583. 
Jumpmg Rabbitt, 387, 453, 
Justice Court, 172. 
Justin, ^^y 166, 405. 

K 

Kaighan, 406. 

Kaighn, 76, 406. 

Kalew, 406. 

Kane, 76, 406. 

Karamankee, 406. 

Kaul, 406. 

Kaull, 406. 

Kay, 406. 

Keach, 406. 

Keech, 406. 

Keeley, 406. 

Keen, 406. 

Keene, T], 166, 406. 

Keene, N. H., 201, 584. 

Keep, 407. 

Keith, ^^, 407. 

Keller, 407. 



XXXII 



INDEX 



Kelley, -JT, 136, 407. 

Kellogg, 238, 293, 363, 408, 447, 

480, 564. 
Kelton, "jj, 408. 
Kempton, j^. 
Kendall, 408, 379, 569. 
Kendrick, 408. 
Kennard, 408. 
Kennebec, Me., 477, 528. 
Kennebec, Me., Journal, 327, 

477- 

Kennebunk, Me., 452. 

Kennedy, 409. 

Kent, TJ, 409, 220, 226, 239, 
253, 265, 279, 301, 303, 313, 
323. 327, llh 11^, 343. 362, 
363, 370. 375. 378, 382, 385, 
387, 403, 408, 421,424, 425, 

437. 438, 450, 456, 459. 464. 
478, 494, 509, 529, 547, 555, 

556, 559, 589- 

Kentucky, 236, 444. 

Kenyon, 149, 409. 

Kerby, 409. 

Kerr, 409. 

Ketch urn, 409. 

Keys, 409. 

Kidder, 409. 

Killam, 227, 229, 242, 276, 277, 
308, 451, 457, 458, 499, 502, 
529. 

Killburn, 409. 

Killey, Tj. 

Killham, 410. 

Killingly, Ct., 50, 80, 106, 124, 
156, 203, 206, 207, 214, 217, 
218, 221, 224, 225, 228, 238, 
264, 269, 271, 273, 276, 279, 
282, 295, 298, 302, 309, 310, 
3ir, 318, 329, 339, 351,359, 
m. 394. 395, 398, 402, 406, 
419, 424, 425, 452, 453, 464, 
477, 480, 482, 484, 487, 498, 
504, 514, 519, 523, 538, 539, 
544, 554, 557, 560, 598, 600. 

Kimball, 410. 

Kimpton, 410. 

Kinclerhook, N. Y., 434, 507. 

King, -JT, 410, 457, 487, 590. 

Kingman, 411. 



King of Atoor, S. I., 406. 

King of Sandwich Isle, 406. 

Kingsbury, 41 1. 

Kingsley, 412. 

Kings printer, 173. 

Kingston, 412. 

Kingston, N. Y., 148, 308, 

440. 
Kingston, R. I., 59, 203, 280, 

291. 379. 409. 454, 477, 485. 

507, 542. 
Kinnecut, 188. 
Kinnicutt, 78, 136, 188,412,406, 

417, 439, 510. 
Kinsley, 411. 
Kirby, 136. 

Knapp, 78, 412, 272, 363. 
Kneeland, 412. 
Knight, 78. 166, 188, 412, 213, 

293. 297, 318, 340, 359, 371, 

372, 377, 381. 386, 407, 409, 

441, 442, 463, 469, 475, 480. 

484, 491, 493, 495, 505, 507, 

533, 535- 
Knovvles, 78, 413, 326, 536. 
Knovvlton, 413. 
Knox, 78, 413. 
Knox Co., Tenn., 160. 



La Bega, 166. 
Lace, 413. 
Lackey, 413. 
Lacoste, 413. 
Lacount, 78. 
Lacy, 414. 
Ladd, 414. 
♦Ladieu, 414. 
Ladue, 414. 
Lafayette. Gen., 317. 
La Grange, France, 317, 442. 
Lakey, 414. 
Lake, 166. 

Lake Champlain, 287. 
Lake George, 171. 
Lamb, 166, 414. 
Lambert, 415. 
Lambertson, N. C, 80, 90. 
Lamson, 415. 



INDEX 



XXXIII 



Lancaster, Mass., 333, 378, 521, 
589. 

Lancaster, N. H., 224, 591. 

Landers, 415. 

Land Office, General, 357, 572. 

Landers, 415. 

Lane, 415. 

Lang, 166, 415. 

Langford, j?,, 188. 

Languages, Prof, of, 24, 87, 174. 

Langley, 79, 136, 415. 

Lanphear, 415. 

La Plaisance, Ct., 363, 564. 

Lansdale, 415. 

Lansingburgh, N. Y., 46. 

Lapham, 415. 

Larchar, 79, 416. 

Larkin, 79. 

Larned, 79, 166, 188, 416. 

Lason, 416. 

Lassell, 166, 416. 

Latha, 416. 

Latham, 416, 308, 458. 

Lathrop, 179, 183. 

Latting, 188. 

Law, 79, 416. 

Law, Attorney at, 27, 38, 39, 43, 
58, 61, 63, 65, 73, 82, 84, 86, 
87, 90, 100, 102, III, 123, 
177, 180, 182, 193, 202, 206, 
208, 222, 224, 244, 245, 467, 
469, 292, 317, 324, 340, 341, 
362, 369, 380, 382, 392, 405, 
411, 412, 416, 431, 457, 486, 
496, 497. 502, 503, 512, 534, 
537, 560, 580, 582, 591. 

Lawrence, 79, 167, 417. 

Lawson, 417. 

Law Student, 32. 

Lawton, 79, 417, 207, 417. 

Laws of U. S., 155. 

Lazell, 418. 

Leach. 419. 

Lealand, 167. 

Lear, 80. 

Learned, 80. 

Learnerd, 167. 

Leavens, 419. 

Leavett, 419. 



Lebanan, Ct., 138, 358, 415, 478, 

508, 562. 
Le Baron, 419. 
Le Craw, 419. 
Ledoyt, 419. 
Ledyard, 419. 
Lee, 80, 419, 495, 498. 
Leeds, Duke of, 281, 316. 
Le Favor, 420. 
Le Favour, 420. 
Leicester Co., Eng., 416, 581. 
Leicester, Mass., 38, 82, 98, 240, 

297. 319. 356,454, 537, 570. 

584. 
Legation, Secretary of, 431, 440. 
Leigh, 420. 
Leland, 420. 

Lemmington, Vt., 316, 522. 
Leominster, Mass., 204, 404. 
Leonard, 80, 167, 189, 420, 328, 

423- 
Leroy, 421. 
Lery, 42 1 . 
Lester, 421. 
Le Valley, 42 1 . 
Leveck, 421. 
Lever, 158. 
Leverett, 80, 421. 
Leverett, Mass., 294, 348. 
Levy, 421. 
Lewis, 80, 422. 
Lexington, Mass., 255, 280. 
Leydon, Mass., 311, 597. 
Libbey, 80, 423. 
Liberty's Sentinel, 148. 
Liebon, 423. 
Lieut. Gov. of Province of Nova 

Scotia, 50, 66. 
Lieut. Gov. of Rhode Island, 

296, 557- 

Light Artillery, U. S. Regi- 
ment of, 332, 466. 

Lillibridge, 80. 

Lincoln, 177, 423. 

Lincolnville, Me., 236, 595. 

Lindeman, 167. 

Lindley, 81, 167, 189, 424. 

Lindsey, 81, 142, 424. 

Linen Spinner, 165. 

Ling, 424. 



XXXIV 



INDEX 



Linkfield, 424. 

Linnell,424. 

Linnett, 424. 

Linsenbiglen, 424. 

Lippitt, 8r, 424. 

Lisbon, Ct., 33, 85, 235, 321, 
413, 441, 495, 498. 

Liscomb, 425. 

Lister, 425. 

Litchfield, Ct., 179, 189. 

Literary Cadet, 381, 440, 468, 
526. 

Little, 81, 425. 

Little Compton, R. I., 30,39, 55, 
67, 81, 99, 104, 124, 171, 
206, 216, 225, 230, 245, 255, 
256, 258, 260, 263, 269, 284, 
287, 295, 324, 338,350, 351. 
358, 364, 381, 396, 403, 425, 
432, 467, 471, 475, 476, 493. 
495. 497. 501, 506, 509, 510, 
512, 513, 516, 517, 519.546, 
547. 550, 558, 559, 562, 585, 
586. 

Littlejohn, 425. 

Littlefield, 81, 136, 425, 42, 56, 
105, .121, 150, 215, 217, 264, 
322, 359, 360, 361, 369, 419. 

495. 532, 569. 585. 
Livermore, Me., 257, 591. 
Liverpool, Eng., 385, 405, 408, 

460, 503, 527. 
Livingstone, 81, 425. 
Lockraine, 425. 
Lockvvood, 81, 167, 189, 425. 
London, Eng., 21, 29, 31, 56, 70, 

72, 76, 158, 168, 171, 264, 

304, 349, 423, 464, 524, 546, 

553. 591. 592, 593. 598. 
Londonderry, Ire., 369, 527. 
Logan, 426. 
Logee, 426. 
Long, 426. 
Longfellow, 81. 
Long Island, 45, 62, 167. 
Longley, 426. 
Longmeadow, Mass., 407, 526, 

553- 
Loomer, 426. 
Lopans, 81. 



Lopez, 167, 426. 

Lord, 426. 

Lord High Chancellor, 160. 

Loring, 82. 

Lothrop, 426. 

Lott, 427. 

Louisburg, Ky., 320. 

Louisiana, Advertiser, 451,476. 

Louisana, Governor of, 498, 518. 

Louisville, Ga., 225, 243, 358, 

597- 
Louisville, Ky., 206, 222, 266. 
Love, 427. 
Lovejoy, 427. 
Lovell, 427. 
Lovering, 427. 
Lovett, 82. 
Lovie, 427. 
Low, 82, 167, 427. 
Lowell, 218, 351. 
Lowell, Mass., 235, 519. 
Lowering, 427. 
Lower Seine, France, 167. 
Lucar, 82. 
Ludlow, 238, 249, 253, 260, 289, 

312, 314, 343, 346, 347, 350, 

352. 369. 371. 372, 374. 391, 
427, 431, 463, 489, 510, 552, 

578. 584. 594. 599- 
Ludlow, Mass., 400, 540. 
Lunson, 427. 
Luscum, 303, 488. 
Lushure, 82, 488. 
Luther, 167, 427, 258, 266, 281* 

403. 432, 436. 
Lyall, 304, 593. 
Lye, 429. 
Lyman, 429. 
Lyman's Factory, R. I., 407, 

549- 
Lyme, Ct., 42, no, 163,365,379, 

476, 500, 601. 
Lynde, 430. 
Lyndon, 82. 
Lynn, 30, 96. 
Lynn, Mass., 222, 281, 296, 412, 

434, 429, 436, 457, 493, 540, 

564. 
Lyon, 82, 142, 430. 



INDEX 



XXXV 



M 

Macarthy, 430. 

Mace, 211, 294, 372, 452, 468, 

513. 563, 576. 

Mackay, 167. 

Mackintire, 431. 

Macomb, 431. 

Macomber, 82, 431. 

Macon, Ga., 500, 516. 

Macy, 431. 

Maddin, 431. 

Madison, 167, 431. 

Maffett, 43 1 . 

Magee, 83, 431. 

Magowin, 431. 

Maguire, 83, 431. 

Maine, 431. 

Maine (state) 293, 408, 473, 533. 

Maine, Dist. of, 406, 594. 

Maitland, 136. 

Makepeace, 432. 

Malbone, 83, 432. 

Malcolm, 136, 432. 

Malibran, 432. 

Mallett, 432. 

Maloy, 432. 

Maltby, 388, 447. 

Manager, Circus, 444, 563. 

Manager of Theatre, 87, 124. 

Manchester, 83, 149, 189, 432, 
217, 220, 22r, 225, 227, 233, 
238, 245, 254, 255, 262, 269, 
279, 287, 297, 298, 313, 343, 
356, 361, 373. 384. 399. 403, 
407, 410, 411. 413. 417. 422, 
426, 427, 429, 432,433. 441, 
451, 454, 467, 482, 487, 489, 
494, 497, 511, 526, 529, 531, 
532, 538, 541. 545. 546, 551, 
553, 559- 571. 572, 583, 594, 
595. 601. 

Manchester, Ct., 264. 

Mann, 83, 167, 204, 205, 206, 
210, 212, 213, 214, 219, 220, 
221, 224, 229, 233, 236, 238, 
245, 247, 248, 252, 256, 260, 
262, 274, 279, 287, 289, 293, 
297, 301, 302, 311, 313, 330, 
334, 340, 346, 365, 370, 372, 
376, 382, 386, 389, 396, 400, 



Mann, — Continued . 

403, 405. 406, 429, 433, 434, 
435, 440, 443, 448, 450, 4S2, 
453, 459, 460, 462, 467, 469, 
470, 479, 489. 494, 496, 506, 
507, 508, 512, 518, 525, 526, 
542, 543, 546, 564, 568, 569, 
570, 580, 582, 588. 594, 596, 
599- 

Manners, 434, 33, 35, 47- 58. 

Manning, 83, 434, 74, ii9- 

Mansfield, 204, 212, 390, 408, 
410, 518.594- 

Mansfield, Ct., 393, 498, 534. 
538, 572, 577- 

Mansfield, Mass., 125, 234, 301, 

314. 351. 367. 423, 467, 486, 

518, 548. 581, 590, 598. 
Manson, Mass., 390. 
Manton, 83, 167, 189, 434. 
Manuel, 434. 

Manufacturer's Bank, 435, 587. 
Maranham, 349, 592. 
Marble, 434. 
Marblehead, Mass., 50, 61, 72, 

120, 157, 395. 436, 456, 577- 
Marchant, 83, 435. 
Marden Head, N. J., 170. 
Maria, Brig, 158, 166. 
Marietta, O., 103, 127, 174. 
Marine, 156, 162, 169. 
Marine Hospital, U. S., 395, 535. 
Marines, Captain of, 141, 142. 
Marines, Officer of, 164. 
Mariner, 175. 
Market, 19. 
Market House Chamber, 19, 

148. 
Markoe, 83. 
Marmonteel, 167. 
Marquis, 86, 88, 124. 
Marquis of Bath, 264, 553. 
Marquis of Caermorthen, 281, 

316. 
Marsh, 84, 435. 
Marshall, 137, 435. 
Marshall, a Grand, 240. 
Marseilles, France, 317, 320. 
Marters, 436. 



XXXVI 



INDEX 



Martin, 84, 189, 436, 135, 257, 

3^7, 393. 416, 426, 443, 581. 
Martland, 438. 
Marvel, 438. 
Marvel], 438. 

Maryland, 237, 254, 261, 413. 
Maryland, Republican, 284, 395. 
Mason, 85, 151, 167, 189, 438, 

215, 265, 281, 350, 451, 475. 
Mason, N. H., 301, 354. 
Masonic Honors, 157, 172. 
Massachusetts, 157, 165, 257, 

550. 
Massachusetts, Adj. Gen. of, 

478. 540. 
Massachusetts, British Consul 

for, 211, 434. 
Massachusetts, Frigate, 169, 

176. 
Massachusetts' Governor, 173. 
Massachusetts Line, 29, 94, 115, 

118. 
Massachusetts Superior Court, 

135. 

Messarenne, 168. 

Master, [70. 

Master at Arms, 170. 

Master of Continental Sloop 
Providence, 137. 

Masterson, 168. 

Maston, 440. 

Matanzas, W. I., 399, 599. 

Mathematics, Prof, of, 293, 408. 

Mathews, 386, 412. 

Mathewson, 85, 137, 189, 440. 

Matteson, 85, 442. 

Matthais, 267, 323. 

Matthews, 442. 

Maubough, 442. 

Maunger, 85. 

Mauran, 442. 

Mawney, 157, 442. 

Mawney family, 157. 

Maxcy, 86, 442, 20, 22, 35, 37, 
59. 63, 72, 73, 85, 91, 94. 96, 
116, 124, 125, 151, 179, 180, 
182, 187, 189, 190, 191, 192, 

194. I9.';- 

Maxfield, 442. 
Maxon, 442. 



Maxson, 443. 

Maxwell, 443. 

May, 86, 443, no, 114, 408, 547. 

Mayberry, 443. 

Maynard, 443. 

Mayo, 443. 

Mayor of Baltimore, 520. 

Mayor of Hudson, N. Y., 75. 

Maysant, 443. 

McAlwee, 443. 

McAnarney, 443. 

McCann, 86, 189. 

McCartee, 443. 

McCauley, 342. 

McClellan, 86, 173. 

McClenahan, 86. 

McClure, 168. 

McCormack, 225, 333, 411, 600. 

McConley, 550. 

McCoy, 444. 

McCracken, 444. 

McCreakey, 444. 

McCullock, 189. 

McCulton, 444. 

McCurdy, 189. 

McCurrie, 444. 

McDufifie, 444. 

McDole, 444. 

McDonald, 444. 

McElroy, 451, 549. 

McFarland, 444. 

McGregor, 444. 

McGregory, 444. 

Mcllvaine, 390, 537. 

Mclntire, 444. 

Mclver, 168. 

McKenney, 444. 

McKie, 86. 

McLane, 86. 

McLaughling, 86. 

McLean, 86, 444. 

McLear, 444. 

McLellan, 86, 445. 

McMillan, 86. 

McMurrav, 445. 

McRea, 86, 189. 

Meade, 445. 

Medbury, 445, 578. 

Medbury, Mass., 202. 

Medfield, 292, 301, 305, 522. 



INDEX 



XXXVII 



Medical World, i68. 

Medway, Mass., 202, 370, 382, 
404. 439. 447- 455, 4^0. 578. 

Meechum, 445. 

Meeting House, High Street, 
Prov., 20. 

Meeting Street, Prov., 131. 

Megrath, 445. 

Meigs, 445. 

Mein, 189. 

Mellan, 86. 

Melledgeville, Ga., 519, 522. 

Mellen, 445. 

Melville, 445. 

Member of Congress, 117, 236, 
247, 295, 316, 324, 328,329, 
355, 471, 490, 536. 

Member of Congress for N. Y., 
164. 

Member of Parliament, 460, 560. 

Mendham, 31, 127. 

Mendon, Mass., 22, 24, 93, loi, 
113, 117, 122, 144, 176, 179, 
192, 205, 218, 227, 228, 232, 
267, 272, 273, 279, 286, 287, 
297, 302, 310, 311. 320, 334» 
361, 364, 369, 378, 388, 393, 
396, 416, 453, 457,476, 477, 
490, 502, 507, 525, 528, 534, 
539, 543, 547, 569, 57', 579, 
582, 586, 597- 

Mengus, 445. 

Menotomey, Mass., 73, 112. 

Merchant, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 
28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 
36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 
45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 
55, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 
66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73. 74, 
75, 76, n. 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 
83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 91, 92, 
93, 94, 95, 96, 98, 99, 100, 
loi, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 
107, 109, 110, III, 112, 113, 
115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 
121, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 
136, 137, 141, 142, 143, 144, 
151, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 
163, 164. 165, 166, 167, 170, 
172, 173, 176, 177, 179, 180, 



Merchant, — Continued. 

181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 187, 
188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 
194, 195, 196, 202, 205, 222, 
225, 229, 241, 243, 244, 251, 
254, 259, 270, 275, 279, 280, 
284. 285, 299, 304,306, 312, 
314, 324. 325, 328, 331, 332, 

335, 357, 374. 384. 393, 397, 

411, 416, 418, 426, 430, 439, 

447. 449, 452, 467, 476, 485, 

489. 499. 500, 504, 519. 525, 

534. 537, 545, 554, 556, 558, 

563, 568, 570, 574, 577, 578, 

583, 584, 587, 591, 595, 599- 
Mercantile Advertiser, 159, 357, 

394- 

Mercure Britainnique, 161. 

Mercury, Newport, 157. 

Merrell, 445. 

Merrett, 218, 267, 273, 275, 319, 
355, 376, 380, 382, 414, 422, 
424, 428, 474, 478, 484, 500, 
508, 515, 555. 562, 575. 576, 

579- 
Merriam, 446. 
Merrick, 446. 
Merry, 87, 168, 446. 
Meserve, 446. 
Messenger, 446. 
Messer, ^"j, 34, 107, 313, 324, 

328, 380, 386, 409, 557- 
Mestayer, 446. 
Metalie, Troctor, 170. 
Met calf, 87, 190, 446. 
Methodist Chapel, 442, 500, 555, 

575- 

Methodist Church, 380, 515. 

Methodist Church, Episcopal, 
291, 526. 

Methodist Meeting House, Bris- 
tol. R. I.. 445, 475- 

Metnor, 87. 

Metzpor, 190. 

Mexico, 431, 440. 

Middleboro, Mass., 239, 280, 
309, 314, 320, 329, 332, 333, 
355, 368, 376, 407. 409, 410, 
420, 421, 422, 424, 455, 457, 
477, 482, 496, 508, 521, 524, 



xxxviir 



INDEX 



Middleboro, Mass., — Continued. 
528, 539, 549. 567. 568, 570, 
587, 590, 591. 596. 

Middleboro, N. H., 228, 401. 

Middlebury, Mass., 251, 365, 
596. 

Middletown, Ct., 71, 119, 171, 
251. 

Middletown, N. ]., 45, 82, 114. 

Middletown, R. I., 23, 28, 44, 
60, 71, 72, 73, 137, 171, 179, 
180, 186, 192, 204, 209, 210, 
215, 216, 224, 225, 230, 231, 
255, 258, 263, 264, 281, 291, 

297. 335, 348, 356, 376,425. 
432, 433, 449, 455, 470, 474, 
505, 517. 518, 519, 520, 522, 
523. 533. 542, 543, 544, 546. 
592, 599- 

Middlesex, N. J., 221, 305. 

Midshipman, 159, 162, 164, 170, 
171, 176, 177. 

Milbury, Mass., 253, 553, 558, 

569, 575- 
Miles, 447. 
Milford, Mass., 49, 57, 76, 86, 

119, 159, 232, 463. 
Military Honors, 155, 172. 
Millard, 87. 447. 
Millbury, Mass., 488. 
Milldollar, 25, 77. 
Miller, 87, 190, 447. 
Millett, 447. 
Mills, 391,488. 
Milltown, Ct., 280, 409, 454. 
Miltimore, 448. 
Milton, Eng., 99. 
Milton, Mass., 89, 476, 599. 
Minard, 448. 
Miner, 448. 

Minister, Baptist, 176, 430. 
Minns, 448. 

Minor, N. Y., 311, 374. 
Missionary Institute, 321. 
Missionary to Greece, 254, 338. 
Mississippi, 490. 
Mississippi, Member of Congress 

from, 536. 
Mississippi River, 137. 
Missouri, 274, 470. 



Mitchell, 87, 190, 448, 300, 571. 

Mobile, Ala., 244, 381. 

Moise, 449. 

Monroe, 449. 

Monson, Mass., 346, 413, 503. 

Montego Bay, W. I., 174. 

Montgomery, 450. 

Montgomery Co., N. Y., 187, 

194. 
Montgomery, Mass., 223, 495. 
Montreal, Canada, 240, 319, 385, 

460, 483, 565. 
Montville, Ct., 289, 320, 321, 

500, 550, 598. 
Mowry, 509, 561. 
Mooney, 450. 
Moore, 87, 450. 
Moorhead, 88. 

Moralist, Southbridge, 279, 426. 
Morey, 168. 
Morgan, 88, 190, 451. 
Morning Currier, N. Y., 257. 
Morrell, 451. 
Morrill, 451. 
Morris, 451. 
Morrison, 451. 

Morristown, N. J., 164, 245, 335. 
Morse, 88, 137, 168, 451, 312, 

501. 
Morton, 88, 452. 
Moscrop, 88. 
Moseley, 88. 
Moses, 452. 
Mosher, 452. 
Moshier, 452. 
Mosier, 452. 
Moss, 452. 
Mott, 452. 
Moulthrop, 452. 
Moulton, 88, 452, 248, 452. 
Mount Hope, R. I., 317, 320. 
Mount Hygeria, R. I., 58, 87, 

327, 496. 
Mount Vernon, Va., 80, 119, 

176. 
Mountville, Ala., 387, 453. 
Mowry, 88, 168, 453. 
Muckevis, 453. 
Mudge, 454, 209, 215, 226, 249, 

252, 260, 270, 271, 279, 285, 



INDEX 



XXXIX 



Mudge, — Continued. 

292, 294, 304, 306, 313, 316, 
320, 323, 117, 347, 348. 353, 
375. 376, 382, 385. 388, 394, 
396, 404. 448. 454, 456, 457. 
500, 504, 509, 512, 529, 539, 
543, 544, 546, 547, 548, 560. 

Muell, 254. 

Muenscher, 454, 

Mulberry Grove, Ga., 64, 89. 

Mullen, 454. 

Mullett, 168. 

Mumford, 88, 137, 190, 454. 

Munday, 454. 

Munro, 88, 454, 473. 

Munster, 160. 

Munyan, 455. 

Murat, 455. 

Murdock, 450, 270, 33^, 386, 

465, 473, 532. 
Murphy, 456. 
Murray, 89, 456. 

Muskingum River, O., 103, 127. 
Myers, 456. 
My ricks, 456. 



N 



Nansemond Co., Va., 66, Sd>. 

Nantucket, Mass., 45, 90, 100, 
212, 262, 269, 285, 303, 326, 
339, 348, 362, 366, 374, 393, 
401, 405, 406, 414. 449, 459, 
464, 474, 477, 481, 482, 534, 
540, 545, 551. 561. 590, 598. 

Naples, 359. 455. 

Napoleon, 238, 240, 549. 

Narragansett, R. I., 46, 91. 

Nash, 137, 456. 

Nashville, Tenn., 341, 403, 497, 

50.S, 571- 
Nassau, N. Y., 236. 
Natchez, Miss., 293, 451. 
Natic, R. I., 220, 239, 344, 391, 

532. 
Nation, the Creek, 321. 
Natural History, Prof, of, 90, 

120. 
Natural Philosophy, Prof, of, 

443- 



Nautical Commander, 177. 
Navy, American, 143, 144. 
Navy, British, 175. 
Navy, Continental, 141, 142. 
Navy, United States, 201, 207, 

233, 243, 252, 254, 290, 303, 
305, 307, 316, 330, 335, 370, 
374, 384, 388, 397, 398, 401, 
410, 420, 443, 457, 472, 490, 
517, 546, 550, 559, 561, 565, 

567, 570, 578, 592, 593, 597- 
Navy Yard, 303. 
Navy Yard, Gosport, 233, 243. 
Neal, 456. 
Needham, 456. 
Nelson, 242, 339, 456, 457. 
Nerrick, 457. 
Nestell, 457. 
New, 457. 

Newark, N. J., 170, 357, 568. 
New Bedford, Mass., 42, 46, 68, 

104, 159, 173, 193, 208, 210, 

234, 247, 248, 261, 267, 271, 
279, 281, 282, 283, 295, 304, 
307, 316, 322, 326, 337, 341, 
346, 35', 358,361, 372, 379, 
383, 385, 388, 389, 390, 394, 
395, 400, 401, 405, 407, 423, 
428, 431, 432, 443, 460, 468, 
472, 474, 475, 484, 485, 496, 
498, 501, 502, 503, 504, 513, 
523. 536, 537, 540, 543, 544, 
545, 555, 562, 565, 569, 572, 
579, 585, 592, 596. 

New Braintree, Mass., 57, 86. 
Newburn, N. C, 170, 176, 208, 

238, 247, 506, 520. 
Newbury, Mass., 247, 409, 410, 

481. 
Newbury, Vt., 388, 462. 
Newburyport, Mass., 58, 75, 169, 

212, 220, 388, 393, 397, 422, 

425, 451, 462, 472, 514, 528, 

538, 545, 561, 563. 
Newcastle, Eng., 472, 515. 
Newcomb, 457. 
Newell, 89, 457. 
Newhall, 458. 
New Hampshire, 81, 104, 265, 

532- 



XL 



INDEX 



New Hampshire, Governor of, 

451,483- 
New Haven, Ct., 134, 292, 310, 

311, 342,351, 374, 389, 455, 
457, 473, 492, 501, 557. 56o, 
562, 600. 

New Jersey, 117, 118, 169. 

New Kent, Va., 221, 446. 

New London, Ct., 4^, 55, 62, 64, 
66, 72. 74, 79, 80, 95, 115, 
163, 184, 185, 186, 187, 212, 
257, 293, 308, 333, 364, 386, 
408, 415,418, 534, 536, 537, 
542, 567, 568. 

New London, Ct., Bee, 184, 187. 

Newman, 89, 458. 

New Market, N. H., 322, 491. 

New Orleans, La., 211, 280, 317, 
331. 332, 439. 451. 476, 509, 
514, 517, 561. 

Newport, R. L, 23, 24, 25, 27, 
28, 29. 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 
39 to 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 
72, 73, 74, 76, 78 to 84, 86 
to 95, 97. 98, 99, 100, 102 
to 106, 108, 109, no, III, 
114, 116 to 119, 121, 124 to 

127, 133, 134. 136, 137. 138, 
140 to 144, 156 to 163, 167, 

169, 170, 171, 173, 174, 175, 
176, 177, 183, 185, 186, 189, 

190, 193, 204, 207 to 211, 

214, 215, 216, 222 to 233, 

235, 239, 240, 241, 244, 245, 

247, 249, 250, 253, 254, 25s, 

257, 258, 260 to 270, 272, 
274, 275, 278 to 287, 289 
to 300, 302 to 306, 309 to 
316, 318 to 321, 323 to 327, 
329 to 332, 334, 335, 338, 
340 to 354, 356, 357, 359, 
360, 364, 367 to 371, 373 to 
376, 378. 379, 381, 382, 383, 
385 to 394, 396, 398, 402, 
403, 405, 406, 408, 409, 411 
to 419, 421, 425, 426, 427, 
430. 432 to 436, 438, 439, 
440, 443 to 447, 449, 450, 
452, 454, 455, 456, 458, 460, 
461, 462, 464, 465, 467, 468, 



Newport, R. L, — Continued. 

470, 471, 474. 477. 478, 479, 

481, 482, 483, 484, 486, 487, 

488, 490 to 500, 502, 503, 

505, 506, 508 to 514, 516 to 

520, 522 to 525, 527, 528, 

530, 531. 532. 533. 535, 536, 
537, 539 to 550, 553. 554, 
555, 556, 557. 558, 559, 5^0, 
562 to 568, 572 to 575, 577, 
578, 579, 581, 582, 584, 585, 
586, 587, 588, 590, 591, 592, 

594. 595, 596, 597, 598, 599, 

601. 
Newport Bank, 545, 592. 
Newport Co., Court of C. Pleas, 

171. 
Newport, R. L, Mercury, 157. 
New Shoreham, R. I , 386, 425, 

499, 505, 531. 589- 

Newton, 89, 458. 

Newton, Mass., 27, 31, 35, 62, 
87, 126, 357, 381, 392, 468, 
526, 579- 

Newtown, Ct., 99. 

New York, 23, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 
37, 39, 40, 42, 44, 49, 56, 59, 
65, 66, 69, 74, 75, 76, 80, §1, 
84, 86, 91, 96, 97, 99, loi, 
103, 104, 108, 116, 117, 118, 
120, 127, 141, 148, 155, 157, 
158, 159, 163, 164, 165, 166, 
167, 170, 171, 175, 179, 184, 
185, 187, 192, 195, 203, 207, 
208, 210, 211, 219, 221, 222, 
224, 226, 232, 233, 234, 235, 
236, 238, 241, 244, 245, 247, 
252, 257, 259, 267, 270, 271, 
275, 276, 279, 280, 284. 290, 
291, 292, 297 to 304, 306, 
307, 309, 3", 316, 317, 318, 
321, 322, 323, 326, 330, 331, 
333 to 336, 338, 340, 342, 
343. 347. 353. 357. 363, 3^4, 
369, 372, 375, 378, 380, 381, 
383 to 386, 388, 389, 390, 
392, 393. 394, 398, 402, 403. 
405, 406, 409, 410, 412, 415, 
416, 417, 421, 423, 424 to 
427, 429, 430, 431, 437, 440, 



INDEX 



XLI 



New York, — Continued. 

442, 445, 448,450, 451.452, 
454, 457, 460, 464, 471, 478, 
481, 483, 488, 489, 490, 498, 
501, 505, 508, 509, 510, 513, 
516, 519, 520, 521, 522, 525, 
526, 529, 533, 536, 537, 540. 
542, 544, 549, 550, 551. 562, 
563, 564, 565, 569, 571, 573, 
578, 583. 584, 587, 588, 589. 
591, 592, 593. 595. 599,601. 

New York City, 39. 

New York Daily Advertiser, 

31. 44- 
New York Enquirer, 397, 460. 
New York Gazette, 166, 279, 

4'5- 

New York Member of Congress, 
164. 

New York Mercantile Adver- 
tiser, 357. 

New York Morning Currier, 
203, 257. 

New York Packets, 160. 

New York Park Theatre, 383. 

New York State, 95, 98. 

New York Theatre, 44, 69. 

Nicholas, 459. 

Nichols, 89, 137, 168, 459, 210, 
267, 444, 451, 454. 515- 

Nickerly, 460. 

Nickerson. 460. 

Niger, 460. 

Nightingale, 89, 460. 

Niles, 90, 460. 

Nimmo, 90. 

Nitchie, 90. 

Nixon, 460. 

Noah, 460. 

Nobleboro, Me., 503, 599. 

Nobles, 460. 

Nolen, 460. 

Nolton, 460 

Nooning, 460. 

Norfolk, Eng., 160. 

Norfolk Co., Va., 271. 

Norfolk, Va., 95, 97, 170, 172, 
176, 233, 305, 309, 310, 351, 
373, 410, 430, 450, 466, 561. 

Norman, 271. 



Norris, 271, 514, 461, 475, 482, 

553. 558. 

North, 168. 

Northage, 460. 

Northam, 90 

Northam, Eng., 242. 

Northam, Mass., 365, 587. 

Northampton, Mass., 233, 234, 
251, 272, 290, 293, 297, 354, 
355. 365. 380, 383, 391, 394, 

403, 429, 445, 469, 479, 481, 
486, 534, 537. 539. 567. 575. 
584, 599- 

Northboro, Mass., 312, 365, 384, 

595- 
Northbridge, Mass., 47, 54, 204, 

292, 298, 306, 398, 404, 490. 
North Bridgewater, Mass., 365, 

466. 
North Carolina, 162. 229, 297, 

345, 371, 421, 426. 

North End Burial Ground, Prov., 

173- 
North Kingstown, R. 1., 22, 23, 
26, 33, 42, 60, 69. 79, 90, 98, 
99, 108, 114, 116, 137, 180, 
195, 206, 207, 208, 209, 217, 

218, 219, 220, 229, 230, 238, 
240, 246, 250, 256, 260, 261, 
268, 278, 283, 294, 298, 301, 
312, 327, 330, 332, 342, 345, 

346, 347, 348, 349, 358, 368, 
375, 378. 379, 382, 392, 402, 

404, 418, 422, 431, 432, 435, 
459, 460, 466, 471, 477, 490, 
494, 504, 505, 509, 510, 511, 
514, 530, 547. 548, 555. 557. 
562. 565, 566, 574, 576, 577, 
591. 

North Main Street, Prov., 131. 

North Providence, 23, 24, 25, 
28, 35. 37,46. 5'. 68, 72, 78, 
83, 84. 85, 87, 90, 92, 99, 
103, III, 1 14, 1 15, 122, 124, 
126, 136, 137, 156, 165, 181, 
188, 189, 190, 192, 195, 206, 
212, 213, 214, 215, 217, 2l8, 

219, 220, 221, 228, 231, 233, 
236, 237, 241, 244, 246, 251, 
253, 254, 255, 258, 259, 261, 



XLII 



INDEX 



North Providence,— Continued. 
262, 264, 273, 274, 275, 277, 
282, 283, 297, 301, 309, 316, 
318, 320, 322, 326, 327, 329, 
334. 335. 337. 339. 342. 343, 
346, 347, 351. 359, 360. 361, 
363, 367. 368, 371. 376, 377. 
379, 381, 384, 385, 392, 396, 
399, 400, 402, 403, 407, 413, 
419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 426, 
429, 430, 443, 446, 452, 453, 
456, 463, 469. 470, 475, 485, 
489, 492, 494- 496, 501, 507, 
511, 517, 518, 519, 521, 523, 
524, 525, 526, 538, 541, 549. 
552, 553. 555. 558, 559, 565, 

566, 574. 576, 580, 584, 587, 
589. 594. 595- 

North Stonington, Ct., 379, 477. 

Northumberland, Pa., 168. 

Northum, 461. 

Northup, 90, 137, 190, 461, 21, 
114, 209, 226, 240, 261, 330, 
348, 349, 378, 432, 459. 461, 
474, 490, 505, 514, 530. 

North Yarmouth, Mass., 286^ 
411. 

Norton, 462. 

Norton, Mass., 33, 80, 135, 168, 
181, 189, 253, 280, 291, 328, 
329. 365. 385, 411, 4'5, 421, 
423, 478, 491, 517, 518, 537, 
539, 577, 578. 592. 

Norway, N. Y., 33, 120, 157. 

Norwich, Ct., 65, 100, 116, 158, 
177, 179, 183, 189, 199. 217. 
262, 264, 280, 284, 289, 294, 
303- 310, 351. 368, 373, 380, 
381, 383. 390, 426, 427, 435, 
442, 461, 468, 475, 490, 491, 
498, 500, 527. 537, 539, 558, 

567, 592, 600. 
Norwich, N. Y., 244. 
Nott, 462. 
Nourse, 462. 
Noyes, 90, 142, 462. 
Nutt, 462. 
Nutting, 462. 

Nye, 462. 



Oathman, 238, 312, 321, 327, 
332, 335, 347. 381, 392, 396, 
404, 407, 460, 509, 515, 518, 
526, 542, 552, 556, 559, 589- 

Observer, 155. 

Observer, Impartial, 148 to 152. 

Officer of Customs, 171. 

Officer of Marines, 164. 

Old Point Comfort, Va., 370, 
546. 

Oldridge, 462. 

Oldstock, Mass., 180, 181. 

Old Towne, Me., 169. 

Oliver, 90. 463, 24, 61, 89, 99, 
171, 241. 

Olmstead, 463. 

Olney, 90, 137, 142, 149, 151, 
168, 190, 463. 

Olneyville, R. I., 213, 236, 244, 
250, 253, 264, 388, 403, 408, 
422, 429, 448, 487, 496, 524, 

553- 
Oman, 464. 
Onderdenk, 454, 587. 
Onslow, 190. 

Opera Co., Italian, 347, 462. 
Oppenheimer, 464. 
Orchard, 464. 
Ormstead, 169, 464. 
Orne, 464. 
Orono, 169. 
Orpin, 464, 211. 
Orrell, 464. 
Orswell, 464. 
Osborne, 169, 465, 572. 
Osgood, 465. 
Otis, 9[, 465. 
Otsego, N. Y., 223. 
Otterson, 465. 
Otto, 91. 
Outram, 465. 
Owen, 465. 
Oxem, 136. 
Oxford, Mass., 167, 261, 296, 

384, 431, 446, 463, 475, 519. 

538, 539, 553, 554, 558, 561. 
Oxford, N. H., 257, 410. 
Oxx, 91, 465. 
Oyster Bay, L. I., 383, 402. 



INDEX 



XUII 



Pabodie, 91, 169, 465. 

Pacific Congregational Church, 

Prov., 263, 338. 
Packard, 91, 137, 169, IQO. 466. 
Packets, N. Y., 160. 
Paddock, 390, 527. 
Padelford, 91, 149, 169, 190. 466. 
Page, 92, 169, 191, 466, 281, 414, 

446, 495. 
V Paine, 92, 169, 466, 246, 260, 

475, 485, 497. 516, 547. 586. 
Palace of Corina, 245, 599. 
Palmer, 92, 191, 467, 218, 278, 

347, 574- 
Palmer, Mass., 279, 299. 
Paris, France, 245, 303, 335, 

363- 
Parish, 160. 
Park, 142, 368, 401. 
Parke, 137, 169, 191, 467, 212, 

255, 273, 287, 330, 345, 355, 

376, 379, 427, 532. 
Parker, 40, 102, 182, 192, 469. 
Park Hill Park, R. I., 318, 386. 
Parkham, 405. 
Parkinson, 468. 
Parkman, 385. 

Park Theatre, N. Y., 383, 402. 
Parliament, Member of, 460, 

560. 
Parmenter, 468 
Parr, 468. 

Parr, N. S., 50, 79. 
Parrott, 468. 
Parry, 469. 
Parsons, 469. 
Pastor (name), 379. 
Pastor, 167, 172, 483. 
Patch, 469. 
Patrick, 208, 491. 
Patrie, 438, 526. 
Patriot, 161, 517. 
Patriot, brig, 292, 303. 
Patriot, the Providence, 363. 
Patt, 469. 

Patten, 92, 191, 45, 66, 70, 72, 
III, 121, 211, 255, 274, 280, 
299, 300, 331, 342, 405, 417, 
425, 458, 460, 479, 482, 499, 



Patten, — Continued. 
508, 510. 

Patterson, 469. 

Paul, 169, 469. 

Paulding, 470. 

PauU, 470. 

Pawtucket, R. I., 45, 109, 115, 
140, 158, 203, 207, 208, 209, 
211, 212, 213, 215, 216, 217, 
224 to 229, 231 to 241, 243, 
245, 249, 251, 252, 253, 255, 
256, 257, 259, 261, 262, 265, 
267, 268, 271, 272, 274, 276 
to 281, 283, 287 to 291, 293 
to 296, 299, 300, 303, 305 
to 308, 313, 314, 316, 318 to 
322, 325, 327, 332, 334, 336 
to 339, 341, 343 to 347, 349, 
351, 353, 354, 356, 357, 360, 
36r, 364. 367 to 372, 374, 
376, 377, 378, 380, 381, 383, 
385, 387, 388, 390 to 400, 
402, 406, 407, 408, 409, 411, 
412, 414, 415. 417 to 426, 
428 to 331, 433 to 438, 440, 
442, 444 to 450, 453, 454, 
455, 457 to 460, 463, 465, 
470, 471, 472, 473. 475- 476, 
479,481 to 485, 487, 488, 489, 
491, 492, 493, 495, 497 to 
504, 506, 507, 509, 513, 514, 
515, 516, 518, 520, 521, 524 
to 527, 529, 530, 532, 534, 
537, 539. 540, 542, 543, 545. 
549, 550, 551. 552, 553. 554. 
556, 557, 559. 560, 561, 564. 
565, 567. 569, 572, 574, 576. 
577. 578, 580, 581, 583- 584. 
585, 586, 587, 588, 589. 590. 
591, 592, 593. 595, 596, 597. 
600. 
Pawtucket, R. I., Hank, 401, 

555- 

Pawtucket Chronicle, 445, 448. 

Pawtuxet, R. I., 21, 23, 26, 46, 
64, 71. 81, 98, 99. 114, 140. 
155, 170, 186, 194, 201, 202, 
204, 209, 217, 218, 219, 230^ 
248, 251, 252, 254, 255, 256, 
277, 278, 279, 281, 282, 284^ 



xuv 



INDEX 



PawtLixet, R. I., — Continued. 
285, 288, 297, 310, 320, 324, 
2>2,2, 335, 339, 340, 347, 350, 
361, 362, 372, I7z, 378, 381, 
384, 388, 389, 393. 398, 400, 
408, 409, 417, 460, 479, 484, 
485, 486. 490, 493, 494. 495. 
508, 511, 519, 521, 522, 524, 
525, 532, 535. 548, 551. 557. 
560, 561, 567, 590, 600. 

Payson, 470. 

Peabodie, 470. 

Peabody, 470. 

Peacham, Mass., 597, 598. 

Peak, 92, 470. 

Pearce, 92, 169, 191, 470. 

Pearse, 93, 137, 169. 

Pearson, 471. 

Pease, 201, 207, 216, 241, 261, 
283, 292, 309, 319, 322, 355, 
379, 440, 445, 455. 472, 474. 
505, 526, 560, 566, 567, 590. 

Peck, 93, 169, 191, 472, 301, 344, 
353. 431. 462, 470, 473. 481, 
488, 522, 539, 544, 573. 588. 

Peckham, 93, 137, 142, 169, 191, 
474, 210, 230, 243, 263, 294, 
295. 299. 358, 432, 461, 462, 
474. 510, 584, 586. 

Peirce, 475. 

Peirson, 472. 

Pelham, 242, 547. 

Pembroke, Me., 373, 451, 539. 

Pembroke, Mass., 234, 437, 440, 

493- 
Pembroke, N. H., 483. 
Pendleton, 476. 
Penniman, 93, 476. 
Pennington, 170. 
Penno, 476. 
Pennsylvania, 50, 66. 
Pennsylvania, Gen. Assembly 

of, 163. 
Penobscot Tribe, 169. 
Penrice, 476. 
Pensioner, 52, 109. 
Pepperill, Mass., 243, 266. 
Perkins, 93, 170, 476, 271, 373, 

484, 491- 
Perrigo, 477. 



Perrin, 93, 477. 

Perry, 94, 477, 545, 592. 

Peters, 94, 478. 

Petersburg, Va., 157, 251, 272. 

Petersham, Mass., 284, 469. 

Petersham, N. H., 227, 580. 

Peterson, 478. 

Peton, 478. 

Pettes, 478. 

Petty, 94, 478. 

Pettingill, 479. 

Pettis, 94, 170. 

Phelon, 94. 

Phelps, 94. 479- 

Phenix, Columbian, 68, no, 186, 

193- 

Phetteplace, 479. 

Philadelphia, Penn., 24, 25, 27, 
28, 29, 31, 35, 41, 45, 48, 53, 
57, 58, 60, 61, 67, 70, 71, 74, 
77, 80, 83, 84, 87, 88, 94, 99, 
100, loi. 103, 104, 109, 117, 
119, 121, 124, 126, 136, 140, 
143, 156, 157, 161, 162, 166, 
173. 175. ^77. 180, 181, 184, 
187, 191, 192, 202, 221, 237, 
257, 280, 301, 317, 323, 327, 
331. 349. 359. 364, 366, 370, 
387, 392. 394.397, 421, 424. 
427, 430, 439, 443. 444. 451. 
456, 457, 470, 476, 496, 497, 
500, 502, 505, 509, 534, 538, 

544. 550, 555. 592, 595. 599- 
Philadelphia Aurora, 28, 53, 180, 

184. 
Philadelphia Gazette, 191, 192. 
Philadelphia, New Theatre, 121, 

126. 
Philadelphia, True American, 

181, 187. 
Philbrooks, 94, 191, 479. 
Phillips, 170, 479, 204, 212, 231, 

283, 285, 293, 301, 333, 365, 

378, 400, 429, 447, 464, 474, 

489, 514. 549. 587- 
Philosophy, Prof, of Natural, 

202. 
Phinney, 480. 
Phipps, 94, 480. 
Physician, (71. 



INDEX 



XLV 



Physic, Theory and Practice, 
Prof, of, 90, 119. 

Pickering, 481, 202, 203, 205, 
206, 208, 209, 211, 213, 214, 
219, 221, 224, 227, 228, 229, 
230, 233, 234, 236, 237, 238, 
240, 241, 242, 243, 245, 247, 
250, 251, 252, 255, 256, 260, 
261, 262, 266, 269, 270, 271, 
272, 275, 276, 278, 279, 282, 
285, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292, 
295. 296, 300, 302, 306, 307, 
308, 310, 311, 313, 314, 316, 
319, 321, 325, 326, 328, 329, 
330. 336, Zi7> 339. 340. 342, 
349, 353. 354. 355, 356, 357, 
361, 363, 364, 365, 367, 368, 
370, 371. 377, 379, 382, 384, 
385, 386, 388, 391, 392, 393, 
398, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 
405, 406, 410, 412, 415,419, 
423, 425, 426, 427, 429, 430, 

434, 437. 439,441, 445, 447, 
448. 449, 450, 451, 452, 457, 
461, 463, 468, 469, 473, 477, 
478, 480, 481, 482, 484, 485, 
486, 488, 492, 493, 498, 500, 
503, 506, 507, 509, 512, 514, 
516, 517, 519, 524, 525, 528, 
530, 531. 532. 536,537, 540, 
541, 546, 547, 548, 551, 552, 

553. 554, 558. 559, 563. 564, 
567, 569. 574. 579, 580, 582, 
583, 585. 586, 587, 590, 591, 
592, 593, 598,600, 601. 

Picket, 481. 

Picking, 481. 

Pidge, 481. 

Pierpoint, 333, 355. 

Pike, 170, 481. 

Pillmore, 39, 76. 

Pillsbury, 481. 

Pinagar, 481. 

Pinkham, 481. 

Pinn, 481. 

Piper, 481. 

Pipon, 91, 183, 189, 306, 410. 

Pirates, 292, 303. 

Pitcher, 137, 481. 

Pitman, 94. 191, 481, 37, 38, 54, 



Pitman, — Continued. 

106, 258, 276, 311, 322, 330, 
331, 333, 338, 392, 402, 472, 
491, 519, 526, 534, 558, 562, 
566. 

Pittsburg, Penn., 254, 591. 

Pittsfield, Mass., 416, 571. 

Place, 482, 160, 223, 369. 

Plainfield, Ct., 26, 28, 39, 62, 93, 
99, 212, 218, 226, 253, 259. 
266, 269, 272, 277, 278, 302, 
315, 364, 411, 413, 421, 450, 
453, 517, 529, 538, 573, 575, 
579. 580, 582, 593- 

Plantation, St. Cylclo, W. I., 246. 

Plattsburgh, N. Y., 240, 319. 

Plummer, 482. 

Plantation, St. Cylclo, W. I., 
246, 562. 

Plymouth, Mass., 32, 43, 61,68, 
loi, 120, 126, 322, 354, 379, 
498, 528, 539, 558, 569. 

Plympton, Mass., 309, 528. 

Poet, 168, 299, 450. 

Poetess, 171. 

Point Judith, R. I., 135. 

Polland, 482. 

Pollard, 482. 

Pomeroy, 170. 

Pomfret, Ct., 27, 43, 52, 63, 65, 
88, 97, 125, 171, 172, 201, 
208, 223, 224, 248, 259, 281, 
284, 317, 330, 340, 359, 363, 
365, 367, 372, 379, 387, 389, 
391, 413, 441, 445,469, 495, 
502, 529, 542, 564, 581, 583, 
588, 591. 

Pomroy, 482. 

Pond. 482. 538. 

Pontaic, Mich., 382, 496. 

Poole. 95. 482. 

Poore, 483. 

Pope, 95, 483. 

Popple, 483. 

Port, Collector of, 161. 

Port de Paix, 166. 

Porteous, 483. 

Porter, 95, 170, 483, 208, 223, 
224, 259, 281, 365. 

Portland, Me., 58, 107, 227, 231 



XLVI 



INDEX 



Portland, Me , — Continued. 

3fi, 320, 363, 493. 445, 454. 

482, 556, 566, 572, 577- 
Portsmouth, N. H., 169, 233, 327, 

474. 584, 593- 
Portsmouth, R. I., 21, 23, 25, 35, 

37, 38, 46, 49, 54, 62, 69, 73, 
80, 104, 108, 114, 116, 118, 

203, 204, 209, 210, 214, 215, 

230, 231, 239, 246, 247, 251, 

252, 258, 260, 263, 268, 277, 

282, 283, 286, 293, 295, 300, 

302, 308, 317, 318, 321, 323, 

324, 329, 332, 334, 338, 339. 

344, 348, 350, 356, 360, 362, 

368, 369, 378, 389. 391. 399. 
417, 418. 432, 433, 444, 449, 
452, 455, 456, 465, 466, 476, 
479, 483, 484, 493, 406, 507, 
510, 513, 514. 517, 518, 519, 
523, 539, 544. 549. 553. 5^4. 
566, 573. 574. 582. 

Portsmouth, U. S. Sloop of 

War, 170, 171. 
Port, Tobacco, Md., 171. 
Port, 483. 
Postmaster, 124, 195, 281, 442, 

475, 487. 545- 
Postmaster, Assistant, 417. 
Postmaster, General, 417. 
Post Office, 471. 

Post Office, Prov., 527. 

Potter, 95, 170, 191, 483, 211, 
228, 232, 242, 243, 244, 257, 
261, 269, 275, 276, 278, 279, 
280, 288, 293, 299, 300, 303, 
306, 307, 310, 311, 314, 319, 
328, 341, 343, 344, 346, 349, 

369. 17^, 177> 390. 393, 394. 
396, 397, 398,405,409, 415, 
428, 438, 439, 444, 447, 466, 
468, 469, 479, 486, 488, 491, 
506, 507, 520, 529, 535, 537, 
539, 543. 548, 553, 557, 558, 
563. 570, 572. 579, 580, 586, 
587, 592, 595- 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 35, 109, 
223, 264, 336, 400, 456, 523, 

551, 574- 
Powell, 485. 



Power, 96. 

Powers, 485. 

Pottle, 483. 

Poyntell, 191. 

Prall, 486. 

Pratt, 96, 191, 486. 

Pray, 96. 

Preacher, Female, 138. 

Preacher, Friend, 450. 

Preacher, Travelling, 450. 

Prentice, 486. 

Presbury, 487. 

Presbury, Mass., 384, 598. 

Presby, 191. 

Preshoe, 487. 

President, 538. 

Preston, 459. 486, 487, 236, 253, 
273, 285, 287, 296, 300, 314, 
334, 560, 588. 

Preston, Ct., 138, 210, 234, 305, 
312, 372, 384, 385, 499, 533. 

President of College, 161. 

President of U. S., 155. 

President of Yale College, 173. 

Price, 487. 

Priest, 487. 

Prince, 96, 191, 487, 184. 

Prince Edward Isle, 347. 

Prince William Co., Va., 308, 
458. 

Princeton, N. J., 468, 501, 537. 

Printer, 24, 27, 28, 36, 41, 45, 53, 
57, 61, 65, 70, 73, 74, 83, 92, 
97, 107, 108, 112, 115, 120, 
121, 122, 127, 141, 144, 157, 
158, 159, 162, 163, 164, 165, 
166, 168, 169, 172, 173, 175, 
184, 185, 186, 187, 190, 191, 
194, 240. 251, 290,367, 374, 
410, 446, 470, 478, 481, 502, 
529, 600. 

Printer to His Brit. Majesty, 

173- 
Prior, 487. 

Prisoner, a Revolutionary, 134. 
Prison Ship, Jersey, 136. 
Privateer, Spanish, 172. 
Proctor, 97, 487. 
Profit, 488. 



INDEX 



XLVII 



Professor, Amherst College, 386, 

473- 
Professor, Andover College, 458, 

502. 
Professor, Brown University, 

202, 578. 
Professor, Harvard University, 

285, 331. 
Professor of Languages, 24, 87, 

174- 
Professor of Mathematics, 293, 

408. 

Professor of Natural History, 
90, 120, 443. 

Professor of Natural Philosophy, 
202. 

Professor of Rhetoric, 320, 598. 

Professor of Theory and Prac- 
tice of Physics, 90, 119. 

Prospect, 488. 

Proud, 97, 488. 

Prout, 488. 

Providence, R. I., 19 to 601. 

Providence, Benefit Con. Church, 
212. 

Providence, Continental Sloop, 

Providence Gazette, 131. 

Providence Journal, 20, 153 to 
196, 200. 

Providence Patriot, 363. 

Providence, Post Office, 527. 

Providence Theatre, 232, 380. 

Province of Nova Scotia, 66. 

Prudence Isle, 194, 321, 485. 

Public Commissioner, 333, 398. 

Publisher, 262, 279, 310, 324, 
363, 426, 445, 449. 462, 481, 
514, 528, 561, 568, 592. 

Pullen, 488. 

Pulsipher, 488. 

Punchard, 488. 

Purdy, 488. 

Purington, 488. 

Purrington, 488. 

Purser, 164, 254, 370, 490, 546. 

Purveyor, U. S., 162. 

Putnam, 172, 488. 

Putney, 488. 

Putney, Pa., 177. 



Quackenboss, 97. 
Ouarman, 488. 
Quebec, 485, 537. 
Ouincy, Mass., 30, 123, 206, 236, 
460. 



Rabbitt, Jumping, 387. 

Rabon, 489. 

Radcliff, 97, 192, 489- 

Raillion, 97. 

Ralph, 489. 

Rand, 170, 489. 

Randall, 97, 137,489- 

Randolph, 490. 

Randolph, Vt., 305, 390. 

Rankm, 490. 

Ransom, 490, 389. 

Rath bone, 490. 

Rathburn, 97. 

Rawson, 97, 490, 158, 302. 

Raymond, 491, 438. 

Raymond, 49, 80, 124, 125, 196, 

244, 248, 315, 337, 365, 375, 

383, 391, 417. 450, 462, 487, 

499, 505, 508, 524- 
Raynham, Mass., 537, 570, 581, 

582, 585, 590, 591. 596. 
Read, 98, 142, 170, 491, 202, 246, 

341. 492. 
Reath, 492. 
Receiver, 333, 398. 
Record, Farmers, O., 415, 449. 
Recorder, Boston, 324, 592. 
Records, 493. 
Rector, 160, 175. 
Redding, 493. 

Red Hook, N. Y., 305, 534. 
Reed, 137. 
Reeves, 493. 
Register, the, 460, 569. 
Regiment, Gen. Greene's, 133. 
Regiment, Second, 141, 142. 
Regiment, 22d British, 141. 
Regiment, U. S. Light Art., 332. 
Rehoboth, Del., 59. 



XLVIII 



INDEX 



Rehoboth, Mass., 23, 28, 30, 34, 
36, 37. 38, 42, 46, 51, 55, 59. 
72, n, 79. 82, 84, 86, %T, 88, 
92, 93, 94, 98, 100, 10 1, 109, 
no, 1 12, 1 13, 1 17, 118, 121, 
126, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 
138, 140, 143, 155, 157, 160, 
165, 166, 167, 169, 171, 176, 
177, 180, 188, 20 r, 206,207, 
224, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 
248, 249, 250, 251, 256, 258, 
266, 268, 270, 271, 276, 2TJ, 
279, 280, 281, 301, 308, 309, 
310, 312, 316, 322, 34F, 342, 
343. 350, 353. 366, 370, 374. 
376, 381. 388, 403, 407, 409, 
415, 416, 417, 431, 432, 436, 
437, 438, 452, 458. 459. 462, 
466, 471, 472, 473. 474, 476, 
478, 480, 481, 489, 492, 499, 
501, 508, 509, 514, 520, 522, 
523. 549. 550, 552. 553. 556, 
566, 573. 575. 579. 581, 585. 
587, 588, 589, 590, 594- 

Reilly, 98. 

Relf, 192. 

Relph, 98. 493. 

Remington, 98, 493. 

Reporter, Columbian, 285, 571. 

Representative, Speaker of. 
House of, 192, 195. 

Republic of France, 164. 

Republican, Columbian, 308, 440. 

Republican Herald, 363, 481. 

Republican, Maryland, 284, 395. 

Republican, Rhode Island, 222, 

435. 492, 5'4- 
Repass, 494. 
• Revolution, 159, 161, 162, 167, 

177. 
Revolution, Soldier of the, 133, 

281, 327, 446, 485, 561, 593, 

598. 
Revolutionary Character, 174. 
Revolutionary Hero, 162. 
Revolutionary Prisoner, 134. 
Revolutionary, Worthy, 593. 
Rexford, 225, 231, 235, 237, 242, 

247, 249, 250, 260, 266, 271, 

272, 273, 275, 278, 284, 286, 



Rexford, — Continued. 

293. 309. 326. 328, 353, 354, 
366, 375, 395. 396, 406, 408, 
428, 429, 433, 437, 439, 440, 
441, 442, 451. 471, 473, 476, 
480, 501, 504, 505, 519, 526, 
552, 557. 560, 565, 566, 578, 
581, 585, 596. 

Reynolds, 98, 170, 494. 

Rhetorician, 157. 

Rhetoric, Professor of, 320, 598. 

Rhinebeck, N. Y., 489, 520. 

Rhodes, 98, 137, 142, 170, 192, 

494- 
Rhode Island, 61, 104, 155, 171, 
221, 240, 305, 477, 523, 533, 

549. 575- 
Rhode Island American, 353, 

396. 
Rhode Island, British Consul 

for, 6r, '^■]. 
Rhode Island College, 24, 169, 

176. 
Rhode Island College, Senior 

Class, 149. 
Rhode Island, Governor of, 159, 

350, 406. 
Rhode Island Historical Society, 

20, 200. 
Rhode Island, Lieut. Gov. of, 

296, 557. 
Rhode Island Republican, 222, 

435. 492, 514- 
Rhodie, 495. 
Rice, 170, 430, 495, 538. 
Rich, 232, 416. 
Richards, 99, 496. 
Richardson, 171, 496. 
Richmond, 99, 171, 192, 496, 

115. 
Richmond Co., N. Y., 235, 322. 
Richmond, Mass., 501, 509. 
Richmond, N. H., 228, 409. 
Richmond, R. I., 247, 277, 398, 

403, 412, 424, 494, 499, 512, 

530, 533. 546, 598. 
Richmond, Va., 90, 116, 221, 

233. 264, 378, 446, 525, 573, 

593- 
Rick, 497. 



INDEX 



XLIX 



Rickard, 497. 

Rickatson, 497. 

Riddle, 497. 

Rider, 498. 

Rigger, 175. 

Ring, 498. 

Ringwood, N. J., 135. 

Roadrich, 498. 

Roath, 498. 

Robbin Hollow, R. I., 277, 531. 

Robbins, 99, 498, 235, 288, 437, 

560. 
Roberts, 498. 
Robertson. 498. 
Robertsville, S. C, 444, 454. 
Robinson, 99, 171, 499, 500, 601. 
Rochester, Mass., 177, 233, 301, 

321, 354, 454, 456, 477, 564. 
Rochester, N. H., 242, 561. 
Rockwell, 500. 
Rodman, 100. 143, 500. 
Rodney, 500. 
Rogers, lOO, 137, 143. 500, 45, 

60, 71, 117, 317, 500, 565- 
Rogerson, 100, 171 ■ 
Rolands, 501. 
Rome, Italy, 245, 599. 
Rome, N. Y., 277, 322, 384. 
Romeyn, 297, 317, 471, 483- 
Roome, 100. 
Ropemaker, 158. 
Roper, 501. 
Rosa, 501. 
Rose, 298, 501. 
Ross, 205, 212, 214, 247, 329, 

345, 501, 504. 535. 

Rossiter, 501. 

Rotch, 100, 501. 

Rouen, France, 160. 

Rounds, 501. 

Rowland, 100, 192. 

Roxbury, Mass., 164. 173, 211, 
212, 294, 333, 335, 345, 355, 
396, 411, 415, 421, 496, 551, 

579- 
Royalston, Mass., 227, 518. 

Rude, 138. 
Ruggles, 502. 
Rumreill, 100. 
Runnels, 502. 



Russell, 100, 138, 143, i7r, 192, 

502. 
Russian Guard, 238, 402. 
Rutenburg, 503. 
Rutland, Vt., 241, 444. 
Rutledge, 503. 
Ryan, 503. 



Sabbatarian, Bapt. Church, 143, 

144. 
Sabin, loi, 143, 171, 503. 
Sackett, 503. 
Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 222, 

314, 373.425. 457- 

Saddler, 503. 

Sage, 171, S03. 

Sailmaker, 160. 

St. Augustine, Fla., 424, 436. 

St. Bartholomew, W. I., 172. 

St. Croix, W. I., 167, 229, 557. 

St. Croix, W. I., Governor of, 
167. 

St. Cylclo Plantations, 246, 562. 

St. George, Eng., 264, 553. 

St. George River, 98. 

St. Helena, 158, 238, 402. 

St. Jago de Cuba, 169. 

St. John's, N. B., 173, 291, 601. 

St. John's Church, Pawtucket, 
529. 

St. John's Church, Prov., 203, 
211, 216, 244, 305, 306, 318, 
324, 325, 398, 399. 404. 424, 
438, 444, 466, 487, 498, 510. 

St. Johnsbury, Vt., 26, 39, 93, 

417. 439- 
St. Luke's Church, Bristol, 241. 
St. Mark, 162. 
St. Michael's Church, Bristol, 

252, 286, 318, 320, 359, 365, 
448, 449, 450, 454. 468, 470, 
472, 529, S5I. 595- 

St. Paul's Church, North Prov., 

253, 339- 

St. Paul's Church, Pawtucket, 
259, 271, 314, 368, 395, 399, 
411, 412, 468, 554, 588, 481, 
492, 518. 



INDEX 



St. Phillip's Church, Charles- 
ton, S. C, 172. 

St. Salvator, S. A., 330, 365. 

St. Thomas, W. I., 156, 157, 
165, 167, 170, 584. 

Salem, Ct., 414, 597. 

Salem, Me., 397. 

Salem, Mass., 49, 67, 89, 92, 109, 
no, 156, 160, 184, 191, 287, 
317, 320, 332, 341, 383, 401, 
410, 461, 481, 488, 500, 533, 

539. 597, 598. 

Salem, N. J., 177. 

Salisbury, loi, 171, 503. 

Salla, 504. 

Salter, 138. 

Sampson, 102, 504. 

Sanborn, 204, 233, 262, 306, 310, 
332, 334, 338, 376, 409, 422, 
447, 459, 477, 502, 504, 519, 
525, 526, 545, 553, 558, 561, 
576, 582. 

Sands, 171. 

Sandwich Isles, King of, 406, 

545- 
Sandwich, Mass., 317, 337, 356, 

402, 502, 582, 594. 
Sanford, 138, 504. 
Sanger, 505. 

Saratoga, N. Y., 387, 425. 
Sarle, 505. 
Saugus, Mass., 270, 272, 432, 

544- 
Saunders, 143, 505. 
Savannah, Ga., 136, 168, 174, 

175, 202, 218, 258, 260, 272, 

324, 334. 350, 351, 361, 363, 
364, 380, 400, 407, 423, 457, 
459, 462, 466, 497, 534. 543. 
550, 574. 593- 

Savery, 506. 

Sawin, 506. 

Sawyer, 506. 

Saybrook, Ct., 250, 460. 

Sayer, 506. 

Sayers, 50(5. 

Sayles, 102, 143, 192, 506. 

Sayre, 59, 98. 

Say res, 486, 583. 

Scarborough, 507. 



Scarborough, Me., 423, 482. 
Scarborough, Mass., 300, 366. 
Schaach, 507. 
Schenectady, N. Y., 161, 174, 

455. 501. 

Schilderkneckt, 507. 

Schlecktwokl, 507. 

Schleichwelder, 507. 

Schroeder, 244, 381. 

Scituate, Mass., 251, 342, 421, 
550. 

Scituate, R. I., 24, 25, 27, 37, 
57, 63, 67, 78, 85, 98, loi, 
102, 104, 105, 120, 121, 124, 
137, 159, 162, 205, 206, 209, 
212, 213, 214, 220, 222, 223, 
225, 228, 243, 248, 250, 256, 
260, 269, 270, 273, 290, 293, 
307, 316, 318, 319, 321, 336, 
338, 339. 340, 347, 351, 362, 
370, 37^, 372, 377> 379, 38r, 
3S2, 386, 388, 397, 403, 408, 
411, 413, 429, 432, 433, 440, 
441, 453, 463, 469, 473, 475, 
480, 484, 485, 489, 490, 493, 

495, 496, 499. 504, 505. 507, 
509, 512, 519, 522, 523, 526, 

533. 535, 538, 546, 549. 555. 
556, 567. 579, 586, 594, 595, 
600. 

Scotland, 287, 355. 

Scotland, Ct., 317, 434. 

Scott, 102, 333, 398, 507. 

Scoville, 507. 

Scudder, 207. 

Seabury, 65, 508. 

Seager, 102. 

Seagrave, 508. 

Seaman, 508. 

Seaman, (trade) 157, 159, 166, 
172, 173, 174. 

Seamans, 102, 192, 508, 230, 
232, 238, 256, 278, 288, 322, 
340, 350, 363, 382, 401, 410, 
423, 426, 433, 441, 452, 455, 
463, 482, 494, 501, 509, 582. 

Searle, 102, 508. 

Sears, 102, 171, 508. 

Seaton, 102, 192. 

Seattle, 508. 



INDEX 



U 



Seaver, 103, 138, 192, 508. 
Second Baptist Church, Beverly, 

Mass., 201, 483. 
Second Baptist Church, Swan- 

zey, Mass., 167. 
Second Regiment, 141, 142. 
Second U. S. Infantry, 183, 189, 

254, 365- 

Secretary of Legation, 431, 440. 

Secretary of State, 161, 176. 

Secretary of State, U. S , 167. 

Sedgwici<:, 192, 508. 

Seekle, 508. 

Seekonk, Mass., 201, 205, 207, 
208, 215, 216, 225, 226, 227, 
228, 231, 232, 240, 241, 243, 
244, 247, 248, 251, 258, 259, 
260, 261, 263, 266, 267, 269, 
274, 276, 277, 283, 292, 293, 
295. 303. 308, 309, 311. 312, 
319, 322, 330, 331, 332, 333, 
338, 340, 344, 345, 347, 349, 
354. 357. 367. 372, 375, 379, 
387. 390, 392, 393. 394. 395, 
397, 399, 401, 402, 406, 409, 
414, 416, 417, 418, 420, 435, 
437, 439, 440. 443. 445, 449, 
454, 455. 457, 458, 460, 461, 
467, 472, 473, 474, 475, 477, 
481, 491, 492, 493, 498, 499, 
505, 509, 510, 513, 514. 518, 
519, 520, 522, 523, 524, 526, 

529. 534. 550, 555. 557. 558, 
560, 562, 564, 562, S64, 566, 

567, 575. 578, 581, 584. 589. 

590, 597- 
Segar, 508. 
Segerin, 509. 
Seibles, 103. 
Seixas, 103, 143. 
Selkirk, 509. 
Sellars, 509. 

Sempronius, N. Y., 249, 600. 
Senator, U. S.. 236. 
Senior Class, R. I. College, 149, 

169. 176. 
Senter, 171. 

Sentinel, Liberty's, 148. 
Sergeant, 509. 
Serrell, 509. 



Sessions, 103, 138, 171, 509. 

Sexton, 509. 

Seymour, 172, 509. 

Shackleford, 509. 

Shaffer, 103. 

Shaftersburg, Eng., 317, 478. 

Shakers, Society of, 381, 533. 

Shapeley, 509. 

Shapley, 509. 

Shares, 509. 

Sharkey, 509. 

Sharon, Mass., 377, 384, 496, 

523- 
Sharp, 486, 509, 519, 554- 
Shattuck, 103. 
Shaw, 103, 172, 509, 280, 319, 

420, 456, 528, 539. 
Shearer, 511. 
Shedell, 511. 
Sheffield, 103, 192, 511. 
Sheffield, Mass., 182, 195, 565. 
Sheldon, 103, 152, 172, 192, 511, 

211, 432, 467, 511. 
Shelley, 512. 
Shelton, 172, 512. 
Sheperd, 104, 512, 39, 67, 124, 

364- 
Sheperdson, 512. 
Sherbourne, 104. 
Sherbourne, Mass., 333, 382, 

392, 404. 505, 558. 
Sheridan, 512. 
Sherman, 104, 512. 
Sherwood, 104. 
Shillabar, 514. 
Shippee, 514. 
Shippen, 143. 
Shipwright, 161. 
Shipyard, 133. 
Sholes, 514. 
Shores, 514. 
Shorey, 514. 
Short, 104, 514. 
Shove, SI5- 
Shresbury, Mass., 295, 325, 341, 

345, 379. 397. 4i9. 444, 457. 

460, 520. 523, 575, 579. 
Shrewsbury, Vt., 228, 409. 
Shumway, 515. 



UI 



INDEX 



Shurtleff, 515, 202, 204, 209, 
218, 219, 248, 251, 254, 255, 
269, 276, 278, 279, 282, 285, 
289, 294, 296, 297, 298, 310, 
319, 328, 331- 340, 350, 355, 
361, 362, 363. IT^^ 373. 380, 
l'^'], 388, 389, 393, 400, 408, 
441, 452, 484, 485, 493, 495. 
511, 512, 513, 522, 524, 550, 

551. 557. 560, 578. 591- 
Shutesbury, Mass., 294, 348. 
Sias, 505. 
Sibley, 407, 515. 
Sierre Leone, 170, 172. 
Silliway, 515. 
Silver Ripes Army, 141. 
Silvertop, 515. 
Simmons, 104, 193, 515. 
Simons, 517. 
Simpson, 517. 
Singleton, 517. 
Sinkins, 104. 
Sisson, 517. 
Skiff, 518. 

Skinner, 337, 518, 569. 
Skipton, Eng., 173. 
Skipwith, 104. 
Skipworth, 518. 
Slack, 104, 518. 
Slade, 25, 36, 283, 350, 386, 412, 

428, 459, 508, 516, 518, 559, 

575- 
Slater, 519. 
Slatersville, R. I., 212, 224, 291, 

314, 322, 368, 435, 518, 537, 

543, 594, 600. 
Slatto Quarries, N. Y., 416. 
Slanson, 519. 
Sloan, 519. 

Slocum, 104, 193, 519. 
vSlover, 520. 
Sly, 105. 
Small, 520. 
Smalley, 520. 
Smalhvood, 254, 577. 
Smart, 520. 
Smeed, 520. 
Sraelledge, 172. 
Smith, 105, 138, 143, 149, 172, 

193, 23, 43, 48, 55, 60, 76, 



Smith, — Continued. 

78, 83, 102, 133, 134, 211, 
217, 246, 250, 291, 294. 330, 
360, 368, 401, 433, 442, 467. 
468, 474, 490, 492, 517, 520, 
526, 541, 544. 

Smithfield, R. I., 23, 24, 25, 26, 
27, 32, 36, 38,40, 46, 47. 51. 
58, 63,67,68, 71,75. 77,78, 
80, 86. 88, 90, 92, 94, 97, 
102, 106, 109, 120, 122, 123, 
124, 126, 133, 138, 140, 143, 
148, 165, 168, 169, 176, 177, 
179, 182, 203, 204, 205, 206, 
208, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 
216, 217, 219,220,224,225, 
226, 228, 229, 231, 233, 234, 
235, 236, 237, 238, 241, 243, 
245, 249, 250, 252, 254, 256, 
258, 259, 260, 262, 263, 264, 
265, 267, 268, 269. 274, 275, 
277, 278, 279, 286, 289, 290, 
292, 293, 295, 297, 299, 300, 
302, 303, 308, 310. 3". 313. 
314, 318, 319, 324,327, 328, 
330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335. 
339, 341. 342, 344, 446, 353. 
355, 364. 366, 367, 370, 371, 
372, .V3, 376, 377, 379, 382, 
386, 387, 388, 390, 394, 396, 
398, 399, 400, 402, 403, 405, 
406, 408, 409, 410,413, 415, 
416, 419, 422, 423, 430, 431, 
433. 434. 435, 436, 440, 441, 
442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 448, 
452, 453, 456. 457. 458, 459. 
460, 463, 466, 467, 469, 470, 
472, 473, 479. 483, 486, 489. 
491, 492, 493, 444, 496, 499, 
500, 504, 506, 507, 508, 511, 
512, 513, 517, 518, 519, 520, 
521, 522, 523, 524, 525, 529, 
530, 531. 535, 536, 539, 540, 
541, 543, 544, 547, 549. 551, 
559. 560, 564. 565. 568, 569. 
570, 571. 573. 574. 579. 580, 
581, 582, 583, 584, 586, 588, 

590, 593, 594, 595, 596, 597. 
599, 600. 
Smyrna, 411, 445. 



INDEX 



LIII 



Snell, 526. 

Snelling, 107, 173. 

Spelling, Eng., 485. 

Snow, 107, 143, 173, 193, 526, 
35. 53. 56, 57. 58,60,66, 70, 
97, 99, 100, 107, 109, III, 
119, 121, i6[, 182, 187, 188, 

•93- 
Society of Friends, 179, 182. 
Society of Shakers, 381, 533. 
Soldier of the Revolution, 133, 

281, 327, 446, 485, 561, 593, 

598. 
Solon, Me., 345. 
Somerset, 25, 33, 34, 36, 38, 48, 

50, 99, 124, 159, 179, 181, 

184, 215, 225, 246, 251, 259, 

260, 261, 263, 265, 281, 282, 
283, 291, 295, 312, 350, 358, 
366, 386, 428, 429, 434, 451, 
464, 475^476, 516, 518, 525, 
530, 547. 572, 582, 586, 594. 

Somersvvorth, N. H., 272, 525. 

Soper, 528. 

Soulding, 346, 486. 

Soule, 107, 173, 193, 528. 

South Boston, Mass., 517, 577. 

Southbridge, Mass., 211, 237, 
248, 279, 284, 291, 337, 340, 
358, 365, 376, 386, 426, 430, 

431. 509, 535. 587, 581, 588. 
Southbridge, Mass., Moralist, 

279, 426. 
South Carolina, 22, 32, 41, 65, 

86, d,7, 96, 103, 104, 117, 

175. 179, 19'- 

South Carolina. Bishop of, 172. 

South Carolina. Gen. Assembly 
of, 168. 

South Kingstown, R. I., 36, 42, 
43. 44, 46, 47, 50, 52, 60, 68, 
81, 83, 94, 95, 96, 100, 102, 
108, no, 112, 115, 123, 135. 
162, 180, 184, 186, 189, 192, 
193, 204, 209, 230, 247, 259, 

261, 264, 268, 280, 289, 291, 
298, 307, 313, 335,347. 348, 
365, 366, 369, 382, 383, 392, 
402, 409, 417, 442, 449, 454, 
456, 459, 470, 474, 478, 488, 



South Kingstown, R. I., — Con. 
494. 499, 500, 508, 523, 533, 
545. 572, 581, 589. 590, 593. 
601. 

South Lee, Mass., 393, 426. 

South Leicester, Mass., 454, 570. 

South Reading, Mass., 332, 468, 

521, 589- 
South Salem, N. Y., 235, 514. 
Southwark, Penn., 25, y/, 84, 

100. 
Southwick, 107, 528, 131. 
Southworth, 528. 
Sower, 173. 

Spanish Privateer, 172. 
Sparks, 528. 
Sparta, Ala., 342, 367. 
Spaulding, 108, 173, 354, 357, 

457. 597- 

Speaker, U. S. House of Repre- 
sentatives, 192, 195. 

Spear, 108, 529, 

Spears, 173, 204, 318, 329. 

Spencer, Mass., 108, 193, 220, 

425, 529 

Spink, 108, 193, 530. 

Spinney, 530. 

Spooner, 108, 173, 530. 

Sprague, 108, 173, 213, 222, 245, 
269, 275, 302, 316, 328, 360, 
361, 367. 379. 395. 396, 4'2, 
419, 434, 463, 466, 484, 489, 
490, 503, 511. 531. 562, 570, 
580, 596. 

Spriggs, 108, 531, 551, 552. 

Springer, 109, 532. 

Springfield, Mass., 32, 40, 43, 96, 
120, 122, 181, 192, 229, 244, 
275, 284, 285, 296, 324, 331, 
368, 465, 539, 548, 575, 579. 

Springfield, Vt., 310, 496. 

Sprout, 143. 532. 

Stacars, 532. 

Stacay, 532. 

Stackpole, 173. 

Stafford, 532. 

Stafford Springs, Ct., 467, 520. 

Stagg, 533. 

Stake, burnt at, 160. 

Stall, 533- 



LIV 



INDEX 



Standish, 533. 
Standfield, 109. 
Stanford, 26, 46. 
Stanhope, 109, 533.. 
Stanley, 469, 533. 
Stantenburgh, 109. 
Stanton, 109, 533. 
Staples, 534. 
Starbuck, 534. 
Starkey, 534. 
Starkweather, 109, 534. 
Starr, 534. 
Starrs, 534. 
State Arms, 19 
State Bank, Ind., 333, 398. 
State Clothier, the, 137. 
State Dept., 225, 600. 
Staten Island, 557, 577. 
State Quarries, 416, 579. 
States,'^i73, 534. 
Statesburgh, S. C, 202, 443. 
State. Secretary of, 161, 176. 
Stationer, 49, 92, 158. 
Statts, 535. 
Stayner, 535. 
Stead, 535. 
Steadman, 535. 
Stearns, 535. 

Steavens, 109, 138, 143, 173. 
Stebbins, 535. 
Steele, 109, 170. 
Steere, 109, 138, 535. 
Steib, 536. 
Steles, 536. 
Stelle, 193. 
Stephens, 536. 
Stephenstown, N. Y., 164. 
Sterling, 109, 173. 
Sterling, Ct., 149, 161, 210, 217, 
218, 224, 250, 273, 296, 301, 

350, 351. 355. 398, 409, 448. 

477, 582. 
Stermey, 109. 
Sterne, 536. 
Sterry, 109, 138, 143, 149, 173, 

264, 289, 536. 
Stetson, 536. 
Steuben, Me., 288, 394. 
Stevens, 536. 
Stewart, 109, 193, 536. 



Stewart, (trade) [72. 

Stewart, " Col.," 52, 109. 

Stibbin, 536. 

Stickler, 536. 

Stickney, 345, 520. 

Stick of Timber, 174. 

Stiles, 173, 516, 536. 

Stillman, 109, 173, 536, 156, 224, 

284, 285, 307, 442, 575. 
Stillson, 537. 
Stillwell, no, 193, 537, 429, 431, 

440, 547- 

Stimson, 537. 

Stiness, 537. 

Stites, 537. 

St. John, 537. 

Stoakes, 537. 

Stoar, 538. 

Stockbridge, Mass., 192, 195. 

Steckman, 537. 

Stocknall, 537. 

Stoddard, 250, 313, 322, 357, 
382, 419, 559, 563, 578. 

Stokes, 538. 

Stone, 173, 538, 205, 212, 214, 
248, 273, 276, 307, 335, 336, 
338, 339> 340, 386, 402, 421, 
432, 433, 461, 489, 556, 563, 
57 i, 572, 586, 600. 

Stone Cutter, 162. 

Stonington, Ct., 115, 142, 143, 
191, 194, 244, 299, 307, 308, 
319, 379, 383, 402, 415, 422, 
456, 472, 482, 499, 534, 53S, 

579, 589- 
Stonington, Ct., Yankee, 452, 

538. 
Starrs, 538. 
Stoughton, 366, 439. 
Stoughton, Mass., 241, 402, 408, 

486. 
Stow, 538. 
Stowe, 480. 
Stowell, 538. 
Stranahan, 539. 
Strange, 539. 
Stratford, 539. 
Stratford, Ct., 23, 59, 89, 95, 

228, 375. 
Stratton, no, 539. 



INDEX 



LV 



Streeter, 539. 

Strigley Park, Eng., 420, 560. 

Strobridge, 539. 

Strong, 303, 310, 427, 539,435. 

461, 490, 498, 538, 592. 
Strout, 539. 
Student at Law, 32. 
Studley, 539. 

Sturbridge, Mass., 239, 393. 
Sturtevant, 539. 
Stutson, 539. 
Styden, 173. 
Styles, 500. 
Suffield, Ct., 60, 99, 289, 392, 

419, 472. 
SuUard, no. 
Sullivan, 173, 540. 
Sullivan, N. H., 201, 584. 
Sullins, 540. 
Summers, 540. 

Sumner, no, 173, 520, 540, 575. 
Sumpter Dist., S. C, 444, 517. 
Sumptersville, N. Y,, 373, 495. 
Superior Court, 133. 
Superior Court of Mass., 135. 
Surgeon, 169, 174. 
Surinam, W. I., 159, 163, 165, 

173- 
Sussex, Eng , 69, 78. 
Sutton, 540. 
Sutton, Mass., 391, 444, 460, 

479, 488, 540. 
Swain, 540. 
Swan, 1 10, 540. 

Swanzey, Mass., 33, 38, 54, 65, 
74, 85, 9a 124, 127, 167, 
215, 221, 222, 232, 242, 543, 
247, 248, 251, 259, 265, 266, 
267, 281, 282, 283, 285, 296, 
326, 329, 330, 348, 350, 357, 
358, 367, 381, 386, 388, 404, 
407, 408, 412, 414, 425. 427. 
428, 429, 433, 436, 437, 438, 
439, 440, 443, 459, 471, 476, 

480, 483, 496, 499, 504, 506, 
514. 515. 517. 518. 532, 544. 
559, 561, 575, 594. 596. 

Swartz, 540. 
Swazey, 549. 
Sweat, no, 541. 



Sweet, no, 541, 330, 396, 481, 

567. 
Sweeting, no, 542, 169. 
Sweetland, no, 143, 193, 542. 
Swift, 542. 
Swinburne. 542. 
Switzerland, 241, 403. 
Sylvester, 542. 
Symmes, 137. 
Symonds, 1 10. 



Tabor, no, 174, 542. 

Taft, ni,i74, 543^ 215, 217, 227, 
235, 238, 241, 246, 252, 253, 
259, 267, 271, 274, 288, 314, 
318, 319, 322, 329. 12)7. 339. 
356, 360. 367. 368, 369. 376, 
377. 388, 392, 399. 409. 411, 
420, 42 J, 437, 440, 444, 446, 
448, 457, 460, 465, 468, 472, 
476, 481, 483. 488, 492, 497. 
501, 506, 518, 519, 529, 545. 
551. 552, 554. 564. 565. 567, 
569, 578, 581. 588. 

Taggart, ni, 194. 544- 

Tailor, 209, 314, 489- 

Talbee, 544. 

Talbot, ni, 138, 194. 

Talbut, 544. 

Tallahassee, Tenn, 358, 455. 

Tallman, ni, 544. 

Tamahamaha, S. I., 406, 545. 

Tamoree, 545. 

Tanner, 144, 545. 

Tappan, 545. 

Tarp, III, 194. 

Tartola, W. I., 159, 176. 

Tasker, 545. 

Tatem, 202, 204, 205, 207, 217, 
219, 220, 230, 236, 239, 243, 
249, 250, 253, 255, 256, 265, 
269, 275, 279, 280, 282, 285, 
298, 326, 336, 340, 356, 362, 
365, 373. Z^l, 388, 391, 402, 
410, 412, 413, 414, 415, 421, 
424, 427, 463, 464, 474, 480, 
482, 484, 485, 488, 5n, 526, 
527, 531, 541, 549, 551, 561, 



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INDEX 



Tatem, — Continued. 

569, 570, 576, 582, 589. 590, 
6co. 

Taunt, 545. 

Taunton, Mass., 25. 27, 29, 42 
45. 48, 50, 55. 56, 57, 62, 68 
69, 70, 80, 82, 85, 91, 92, 99 
loi, 103, 105, 113, 114, 115 
118, 119, 124, 149, 160, 161 
167, 169. 172, 175, 183, 184 
189, 190, 192, 195, 201, 207 
208, 215, 219, 221, 222, 223 
226. 232, 233, 235, 236, 241 
242, 243, 246, 247, 248, 249 
253, 254, 257, 258, 261, 266 
271, 272, 277, 280,281, 284 
285, 286, 287, 292, 301, 302 
306, 307, 308, 310, 314, 315 
31^, 327. 328, 329, 331. 334 
337, 343, 35', 353, 354- 364 
365, 366, 367, 368, 373, 374 
375, 17^^ Z77, 380, 381, 383 
384, 385, 388, 391, 395, 402 
407, 408, 410, 412, 417, 419 
420, 421, 423, 428, 431, 437 
440, 446, 447, 453, 457, 458 
459, 462, 465, 466, 469, 470 
474, 475, 476, 477, 479, 480 
482, 485, 487, 490, 491, 493 
495, 496, 497, 501, 503, 508 
509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 518 
521, 522, 524, 528. 530, 532 
533, 534. 537, 545, 548, 549 
554- 556, 563, 565, 566, 570 
571, 575. 577. 579, 581, 585 
586, 587, 589, 590, 591, 592 
593, 596, 597, 598. 

Taunton, Mass., Academy, 49 

57- 

Taylor, iii, 138, 144, 174, 194 
544, 546, 215, 232, 248, 259 
281, 283, 303, 313, 329, 345 
348, 352, 359, 367, 381,412 
427, 428, 429, 436, 437, 440 
448, 449, 459, 467, 475, 496 
577, 586, 591. 

Taxes, Assistant Collector of, 

134 
Teal, 547. 
Teel, 112, 174, 547. 



Tefft, 112, 547. 

Telescope, Christian, 363, 481. 

Temple, 1 12, 547. 

Temple, Cloud, Ire., 316, 329. 

Templeton, 562. 

Tennant, 548. 

Tennessee, 342, 425. 

Tenos, Isle of, Greece, 445. 

Terry, 112, 548. 

Tew, 112, 144, 174, 548. 

Tewell, 548. 

Thane, 548. 

Thatcher, 315, 548, 58[, 583. 

Thayer, 112, 138, 174, 548. 

Theatre, 338, 485. 

Theatre, Boston. 212, 232, 380, 
526, 59«. 

Theatre, Manager of, 87, 124. 

Theatre, New Philadelphia, 121, 
126. 

Theatre, N. Y., 44, 69. 

Theatre, N. Y. Park, 402. 

Theatre, Prov., 232, 380. 

Third Ct. Brigade, 177. 

Thomas, 112, 144, 194, 549. 

Thomas Russell, Ship, 163. 

Thomaston, Me., 78, 98. 

Thompkins, 549. 

Thompson, 112, 138, 550, 23, 
\;z6, 201, 207, 224, 243, 266, 
270, 277, 337, 342,365, 381, 
409, 417, 472, 499, 522, 550, 

556. 
Thompson, Ct., 33, J"^, 112, 120, 
166, 210, 220, 234, 235, 241, 
243, 245, 249, 250, 264, 267, 
284, 292, 295, 297, 298, 302, 
307, 318, 321, 331, 343, 350, 

357, 361, 372, 391, 405, 409, 
413, 416, 421. 480, 498, 515, 
533. 535, 540, 548, 552, 568, 
580, 581, 593- 

Thornton, 551. 

Thorp, 551. 

Thresher, 551. 

Throop, 113, 551. 

Thurber, 113, 194, 552. 

Thurston, 113, 138, 553,37,42, 
47, 68, 80, 127. 

Thynne, 553. 



INDEX 



LVII 



Tibbetts, 174, 553. 

Tiddeman, Ct., 302. 

Tiffany, 113, 194, 554- 

Tilley, 113, 554- 

Tillingbast, 113, 138, 144, 174, 
194. 555^ 172, 256, 265, 312, 
325. 332, 361, 368, 375. 384. 
390, 402, 418, 447, 491, 529, 
532, 556, 565, 567. 572, 582, 
583. 

Tilton, 1 14. 

Timabury, Ire., 329. 

Timber Stick, 174. 

Times, the Hartford, 462, 568. 

Tindell, 556. 

Tingley, 174, 556. 

Tisbury, Mass., 430, 482. 

Tisdale, 114, 556. 

Titus, 114, 556. 

Tiverton. 29, 32, 39, 47, 60, 63 
66, 67, 72, 83,99, 109, 123 
124. 133, 158, 210, 226, 239 
243, 246, 257, 259, 261, 263 
272, 273, 288, 294, 299, 30O: 
302, 305, 321, 323, 324, 328 
332, 334. 338, 350, 351. 358 
361, 364, 365, 369, 373. 374 
381, 388, 392, 393- 4'4. 424 
432, 433, 440, 472, 474, 475 
487, 504, 508, 510, 515, 519 
528, 530, 543. 565. 566, 5*39 
583, 584, 586, 587- 

Tobago, Isle of, 40, 102, 182 
192. 

Tobey, 114, 556, 211, 214, 218 
227, 233, 235, 251, 252, 253 
256, 259, 260, 265, 273, 275 
290, 292, 309, 310, 311, 315 
316, 334. 335. 336, 338. 339 
346, 358, 362, 371, 377. 384 
385, 400, 404, 408, 4U. 416: 
420, 422, 423, 424, 428, 430 
434, 436, 451, 452. 458, 467 
473, 476, 478, 479, 480, 494 
497. 499. 504. 512, 521, 530 
537, 538, 541. 542, 543, 552 
563, 576. 579. 580, 581, 585 
589. 594, 596, 597. 600. 

Todd, 556. 

Toilet, the, 262, 459. 



Toler, 114. 

Tolland, Ct., 330, 555, 556. 

Tomb, 405. 

Toman, 1 14. 

Tomn, 556. 

Tompkins, 557. 

Topham, 1 14, 557. 

Topleff, 557. 

Topographical, U. S., Engineer, 

304. 
Torrey, 268, 330, 334, 340, 354, 
368, 414, 450, 478, 508, 533, 

547, 557- 
Totten, 557. 
Touissant, 174. 
Tourjee, 557. 
Tourtellot, 114, 194, 557. 
Town Advertiser, 155. 
Tovvne, 558. 
Townsend, 114, 174, 558, 38, 84, 

85, 105, 113, 117- 
Tractor, Metalic, 170. 
Tracy, 115, 194, 558. 
Trafton, 558. 
Trask, 558. 
Treadwell, 115, 558. 
Trescott, 1 15. 
Trezevant, 175. 
Trim, 558. 
Tringham, 1 15. 
Trinidad, Isle of, 257, 410. 
Trinity Church, Boston, 40, 102, 

182, 192. 
Trinity Church, Newport, 60, 

123.257,351- 

Tripe, 1 15. 

Tripp, 115, 558, 304, 475. 

Troop, 559. 

Trott, 115, 559- 

Troy, Mass., 209, 221, 233, 239, 
246, 248, 257, 259, 263, 265, 
268, 273, 281, 282, 28.S, 299, 
329, 331. 361, 364, 376, 390, 
407, 440, 491, 492, 494, 505, 
510, 513, 516, 545, 557. 564^ 
572, 589, 598, 600. 

Troy, N. Y., 68, 74, 220, 253, 
260, 268, 308, 366, 534. 

True American. Philadelphia, 
Pa., 181, 187. 



LVIII 



INDEX 



Trumball, 115, 138, 194, 559- 

Truman, 115. 

Truxton, 559. 

Tubbs, 559. 

Tucker, 115, 175, I94, 559- 

Tuckerman, 115, 138. 

Tudor, 560. 

Tuell, 560. 

Tufts, 115, 175. 560. 

Turks Island, 170. 

Turner, 116, 175, 560. 

Turpin, 116, 561. 

Tutor in Brown University, 505, 

581. 
Tuttle, 561. 
Tweedy, 1 16. 
Tyler, 116, 175, 194, 561. 
Tyng, 561. 
Typographical Engineers, U. 

S., 304. 
Tyson, 561. 

U 

Uenson, 561. 

Ulmstead, 194. 

Underbill, 116, 561. 

Underwodden, Swit., 507. 

Underwood, 283, 509, 562. 

Union College, 174. 

United States Arms, 19. 

United States Army, 222, 229, 
254, 266, 314, 321, 363, 373. 
374, 382, 387, 394, 416, 425, 
431. 453. 457.468,489, 520, 
536, 547, 557, 564. 571, 573. 

577. 593- 
United States Artillery, 536, 

542. 

United States Branch Bank, 
270, 403. 

United States Chronicle, 19 to 
127. 

United States Consul, 317, 320. 

United States Corps of Engin- 
eers, 224, 254, 262, 343, 413, 

434- 

United States Frigate Massa- 
chusetts, 169, 176. 

United States Geographer to 
the Army, 135. 



United States House of Rep.) 
Speaker of, 192, 195. 

United States Laws, 155. 

United States Marine Hospital, 
395, 535- 

United States Navy, 201, 207, 
233, 243, 252, 254, 290, 303, 
305, 307, 316, 330, 335. 370, 
374, 384, 388, 397, 398, 401, 
410, 420, 443, 457, 472, 490, 
517, 546, 550, 559. 561, 565, 
567. 570, 578, 592, 593. 597- 

United States, President of, 155. 

United States Purveyor, 162. 

United States, Regiment of 
Light Artillery, 332, 466. 

United States Second Infantry, 
183, 189, 254, 365- 

United States Second Regi- 
ment, 43, 86. 

United States Secretary of 
State, 167. 

United States Senator, 236. 

United States Senator from 
111., 444. 

United States Sloop of War 
Portsmouth, 170, 171. 

United States Superior Court, 
Judge of, 165. 

United States Topographical 
Engineer, 304, 490. 

United States, Vice President 
of. 557. 577- 

Universalist Church, 300, 571. 

Updike, 116, 175, 195, 562, 131. 

Upper Canada, 390, 397. 

Upton, 562. 

Upton, Mass., 457, 597. 

Usher, 67, 106, 562. 

Ustick, 84, 100. 

Utica, N. Y., 254. 329, 365, 513, 
562. 

Utley, 562. 

Uxbridge, Mass., 21, 34, 47, 122, 
136, 174, 210, 217, 225, 265, 
275, 276, 284, 285, 314, 349, 
350, 370, 376, 382, 416, 419, 
434, 436, 506, 540, 543, 548, 
550. 577. 580, 581, 583, 589- 



INDEX 



UX 



V 

Valentine, 562. 

Vallett, 562. 

Valley Falls, R. I., 204, 220, 243, 
253, 260, 264, 277, 278, 282, 
286, 289, 304, 305, 307. 328, 
335. 344. 348. 356, 367, 395. 
396. 399. 406, 407. 422, 431. 
449, 454, 461, 467, 471, 472, 
476, 479,480, 519. 546, 548, 
567, 573. 580, 590. 

Van Alstine, 562. 

Van Cote, 562. 

Vanderbeck, 117. 

Vandeput, 175. 

Van Doarn, 562. 

Van Doosenbury, 117. 

Van Home, 175. 

Van Ness, 1 17. 

Van Renssalaer, 117. 

Van Santford, 519. 

Van Tussell, 563. 

Van Vleck, 418, 465. 

Van Zandt, 563 

Varnum, 563. 

Vars, 563. 

Varula, 311, 317. 

Vary, 117. 

Vats, 174. 

Vaughan, 563. 

Vault, Bank, 166. 

Venneman, 563. 

Verily, 563. 

Vermont, 340, 360,450,473, 550. 

Vernon. 117, 244. 343,438,478. 

Verry, 1 17. 

Viall, 117, 144. 

Vice President of United States, 

557. 577- 
Vickery, 563. 
Vienna, S. C., 40, 84. 
Vincennes, Ind., 333, 398. 
Vincennes, Dist. of, 333, 398. 
Vinnecome, 563. 
Vinson, 1 17, 563. 
Vinton, 117, 563. 
Virgin, 261, 282, 327, 351, 362, 

449, 476, 516, 554, 596. 
Virginia, 40, 88, 164, 167, 246, 

248, 301, 443. 



Virginia, Governor of, 158. 

Virily, 563. 

Volk, 564. 

Voluntown, Ct., 32, 52, 66, 97, 

121, 210, 485. 
Von Santford, 384. 
Vooshees, 564. 
Vorse, 564. 
Vose. 1 18, 564. 
Voyager, 469, 533. 

W 

Wade, 118, 564. 

Wadsworth, 564. 

Wainvvright, 421, 573. 

Waite, 118, 565. 

Wakefield, 228, 420, 467, 560. 

Walcott, 118, 565. 

Walden, 565. 

Walden, N. Y., 259, 275. 

Waldo, 565. 

Waldon, 434, 453. 

Waldron, 565. 

Wales, 1 1 8, 566. 

Walford, 566. 

Walker, 118, 175, 566. 

Wall, 175, 567. 

Wallace, 118, 175, 567. 

Wallimantic Falls, 340. 

Wall in, 567. 

Wallis, 567. 

Wallock, 567. 

Wallon, 221, 452, 567. 

Walpole, Mass., 314, 331, 365, 

409. 411, 424, 451, 535, 551. 
Walter, 175, 567. 
Walters, 175. 
Waltham, Mass., 308, 380, 433, 

451, 488. 
Walton, 118, 567. 
Wane, 227. 
Wanton, 1 18, 144. 
Ward. 119, 144, 176, 195, 567, 

1 59, 300, 442. 
Wardwell, 119, 568. 
Ware, 279, 299, 392, 393, 426, 

442, 568. 
Ware, Mass., 266, 270, 536. 
Ware, N. H., 304. 



LX 



INDEX 



Wareham, Mass., 39, 86, 335, 
506, 556. 

Waring, 119. 

Warm ley, 176. 

Warne, 265, 267, 440, 493. 577- 

Warner, 119, 13S, 176, 568. 

Warren, 119, 176, 569, 250, 267, 
291, 331. 349. 512, 556, 557. 

Warren Co., Ga., 292, 477. 

Warren, Penn., 253, 283, 597. 

Warren, R. I., 22, 33, 34, 44, 45, 
46, 47, n> 77. 87, 90, 113, 
116, 133. 159, 165, 170, 172, 
201, 206, 210, 219, 225, 227, 
233. 235, 237, 238, 242, 247, 
249, 250, 251, 259, 260, 261, 

264, 266, 271, 272, 273, 275, 
2y?>, 279, 284, 286, 288, 293, 
294, 295, 296, 303, 304, 313, 
317, 322, 326, 327, 328, 329, 
348, 353. 354. 357, 363. 366, 
367. 3,7^^ 382, 384, 390, 392, 
393, 395. 396, 402, 406. 407, 
408, 409, 413, 414, 419. 422, 

• 426, 428, 429, 431, 433, 435, 

437, 438, 439. 440, 441, 443, 
445, 448, 451, 455,458,460, 
466, 471, 476, 480, 482, 496, 
501, 504, 505, 506, 509. 512, 
515, 516, 517, 519, 524, 526, 
528, 531, 539- 547, 550, 552, 
557. 559. 560, 563, 565, 566, 
578, 579, 580, 581, 585, 589, 
593, 594, 596. 597, 600. 
Warren Baptist Church, 563, 

575- 

Warsley, 569. 

Warwick, R. I., 21, 26, 27, 37, 
41, 42, 47, 48, 56, 63, 64,69, 
71, 81, 82, 83, 96, 97, 98, 
loi, 105, 106, 121, 123, 135, 
139, 150, '59, 163, 164, 176, 
179, i8r, 184, 189, 191, 194, 
204, 207, 209, 210, 211, 215, 
217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 
223, 224, 225, 226, 230, 231, 
232, 233, 236, 238, 239, 240, 
245, 254, 255, 256, 262, 264, 

265, 269, 273, 275, 278, 279, 
280, 282, 285, 289, 294, 296, 



Warwick, R. I., — Continued. 
297, 298, 299, 302, 307, 308, 
312, 313, 322, 323, 329, 330, 

332, 338, 344, 347, 348, 349, 
355, 356, 358, 359, 360, 361, 
362, 363, 368, 369, 371, 372, 
375, 376, Z7^> 381, 382, 383, 
384, 386, 387, 389, 392, 393, 
398, 399. 401, 403. 410, 411, 
412, 413, 414, 419, 421, 425, 
426, 427, 430, 432, 433, 434, 
435, 438, 442, 446, 448, 451, 
453, 457, 459. 464. 466, 473, 
475, 480, 482, 483, 484, 485, 
487, 493, 494, 495. 497, 50i, 
502, 510, 513, 514, 517, 519, 
522, 526, 527, 529, 530. 531, 
532. 537, 538, 540, 541, 545, 
546, 547, 548, 550, 553, 554, 
557, 559. 560, 561, 562, 569, 
570, 574, 582, 583, 585, 586, 

587, 590, 591. 594. 597, 601. 
Warwick Bank, 554, 576. 
Washburn, 119, 195, 570. 
Washington, 119, 176, 570, 131. 
Washington, D. C, 50, S2^ 166, 

206, 225, 246, 254,279, 316, 

333. 357. 388,411.420,443, 
444. 457. 496, 525. 559. 565, 
570, 572, 573, 577, 582, 600. 

Washington, Sign of the, 131. 

Watch Hill Point, R. I., 319, 
456. 

Waterford, Ire., 245,, 599.- 

Waterhouse, 119. 

Waterloo, N. Y., 204, 408. 

Waterman, 120, 138, 150, 176, 
195, 570, 209, 240, 257, 262, 
263, 273, 274, 283, 311, 338, 
Z72, 380, 436, 445, 448, 482, 
498, 508, 515, 516, 525, 569, 

578. 
Waters, 571. 
Watertown, Mass., 253, 498, 560, 

574- 
Waterville, Me., 408, 479. 
Watkins, 120, 571. 
Watson, 120, 195, 571, 22, 94. 
Watts, 572. 
Way, 572. 



INDEX 



LXI 



Wayland, 231, 261, 285, 343, 
483, 487, 527, 544, 558, 572. 

Wayne, N. Y., 244, 440. 

Weatherhead, 572. 

Weaver, 120, 572. 

Webb, 573, 210. 211, 225, 229, 
245, 263, 282, 296, 299, 312, 
326, 339, 348, 352, 353. 356, 
360, 364, 389, 418, 422, 429, 
439, 454, 462, 464, 470, 477, 
491, 507, 530. 539, 540, 563, 
568, 577, 595- 

Webber, 573. 

Webster, 195, 573. 

Weed, 573. 

Weeden, 120, 176, 574. 

Weekes, 574. 

Welch, 201, 233, 235, 249, 259, 
262, 279, 284, 294, 295, 303, 
313, 363, 367, 390, 419,429, 
431, 435, 455, 471, 491, 501, 
509, 550, 578, 580, 594, 600. 

Weld, 120, 574. 

Wellington, 574. 

Wellington, Mass., 215,222, 223, 
226, 242, 256, 258, 266, 271, 
272, 281, 301, 304, 312, 323, 
343, 354, 475- 376. 408, 414, 
419, 436, 438, 459, 470, 491, 
497, 501, 522,544, 565, 566, 

579, 590, 595, 598. 
Wellman, 574. 
Wells, 121, 575* 
Welsh, 121, 575. 
Wen wood, 575. 
Wesson, 575. 
West, 121, 176, 575, 301, 497, 

593- 
Westboro, Mass., 484, 584. 
West Boyleston, Mass., 254, 

298. 
West Burial Ground, Prov., 161. 
Westchester Co., N. Y., 166. 
Westcott, 121, 176, 576, 248, 

270, 347, 354, 379, 440, 495, 

499, 519, 555, 594- 
Westerly, N. Y., 207, 401. 
Westerly, R. I., 43, 114, 142, 

143, 144, 224, 244, 261, 267, 

284, 285, 307, 308, 319, 320, 



Westerly, R. I., — Continued. 

347, 348, 378, 383,415, 422, 
442, 452, 456, 472, 505, 511, 

534, 572, 575- 

Westerly, R. I., Bank, 156. 

Westervelt, 577. 

Westfield, Mass., 272, 363. 

Westgate, 121, 577. 

West Greenwich, R. 1,243, 245, 
301, 390, 398, 433, 442, 443, 
480, 484, 541, 568, 582, 586, 

587. 

West Haven, Ct., 452, 538. 

West Indies, 158, 169, 172. 

Westminster st , Prov., 19. 

Westmorland Co., Va., 176. 

Westmorland, N. H., 158. 

Weston, Mass., 290, 375, 475, 
529. 

Westport, Mass., 204, 206, 209, 
210, 250, 256, 257, 263, 304, 
305, 317, 328, 331, 350, 351, 
365, 378, 383, 414. 433. 452, 
471. 475. 479- 493. 497, 543. 
558, 559, 562, 569, 586. 

West ray, 121. 

West Springfield, Mass, 426, 

531- 

West Stockbridge, Mass., 364, 
391, 505, 506, 517, 528. 

Wethby, 577. 

Wetherell, 577. 

Wetherington, 577. 

Wethersfield, Ct., 461, 537. 

Wetmore, 577. 

Wexford, 60, 62. 

Weyman, 577. 

Weymouth, 577. 

Weymouth, Mass., 505, 581. 

Whalley, 577. 

Wharton, 577. 

Wheaton, 121, 152, 176, 195, 577, 
173, 225, 229, 244, 247, 254, 
257, 262, 263, 266, 268, 272, 
295, 296, 304, 306, 318, 321, 
332, 348, 351, 369, 370, 374. 
378, 392, 402, 416, 421, 432, 
434, 440, 448, 449, 450, 458, 
466, 471, 490, 495, 502, 509, 
532, 541, 547, 557, 563, 568, 



LXII 



INDEX 



Wheaton, — Continued. 

574, 578, 581, 584. 597- 
Wheeler, 122, 139, 176, 578, 19, 

20, 131. 
Wheel Fair, Champion of the, 

252, 561. 
Wheedock, 122, 579, 291, 304. 
Wheldon, 579. 
Whelpley, 240, 319. 
Wheppey, 579. 
Whipple, 122, 144, 176, 19s, 579, 

165, 218,234, 275, 277, 346, 

388, 393. 401, 501, 53i» 541- 
Whitaker, 123, 581, 346. 413, 

577- 
White, 123, 177, 195, 581, 180, 
184, 191, 192, 213, 219, 249, 
269, 306, 314, 356, 373, 389, 
400, 444, 451, 457, 466. 483, 

497. 523, 540, 570, 590. 
Whitehorne, 581. 
White River, 157, 177. 
Whitford, 462, 582. 
Whiting, 123, 177, 583. 
Whitman, 123, 583, 19, 206, 460, 

466. 
Whit marsh, 584. 
Whitmore, 206, 238, 310, 318, 

452, 554- 
Whitney, 123, 195, 584, 229, 236, 

385. 490 

Whitredge, 584. 

Whittemore, 584. 

Whittier, 595. 

AVickford, R. I., 86, 103, 159, 
175, 226, 234, 235, 246, 250, 
268, 283, 295, 297, 298, 30!, 

329, 330, 344, 346, 347, 349. 
356, 362, 371, n6, 382,431, 
441, 459, 464, 466,470, 494, 
509, 510, 511, 514, 530, 549, 
554. 555. 556. 562, 565, 571, 
574. 585- 

Wickham, 123, 584. 

Wicks, 139. 

Wickson, 584. 

Wiggin, 584. 

Wight, 124, 584, 48, 51, 88, 105, 
106, 248, 251, 252, 288, 293, 
317, 320, 321, 327, 352, 362, 



Wight, — Continued. 

367. 375. 383. 289, 422, 424, 
427, 449, 455, 485, 497, 503, 
518, 520, 544, 562, 576, 584, 
596. 

Wightman, 124, 585. 

Wignell, 124. 

Wilbour, 124, 585. 

Wilban, 585. 

Wilbraham, Mass., 323, 555. 

Wilcox. 586. 

Wild, 587. 

Wilde, 124, 587. 

Wilder, 587, 72, 83, 86, 98, 394, 

552, 579, 583- 

Wilkes, 177. 

Wilkesbarre, Pa , 149. 

Wilkey. 587. 

Wilkinson, 124, 139, 195, 587. 

Willard, 144, 589. 

Willey, 589. 

Williams, 125, 139, 177, 195, 589, 
47, 58, 68, 87, 148, 182, 189, 
238, 239, 240, 241, 278, 296, 
337. 387. 411,419.468, 479, 
491, 492, 506, 510, 535, 540, 
561, 566, 576, 590, 595, 598, 

599- 

Williams College, 293, 408. 

Williamson, 592. 

Willimantic Falls, Ct., 283, 340. 

Willing, 126, 17/. 

Willington, 403, 562. 

WiUis, 359, 455, 592. 

Willison, 593. 

Williston, 593. 

Willoughby, 593. 

Wills, 593. 

Willson, 593. 

Wilmarsh, 588. 

Wilmington, N. C, 231, 345, 
425, 478, 487, 497, S09, 574- 

Wilmorth, 126, 588. 

Wilson, 126, 177, 593, 20, 24, 26, 
27, 30, 31, 32, 34, 38 to 42, 
44, 48, 50, 51, 52, 56 to 59, 
61, 65, 68, 69, 71, 74 to ^^, 
81, 83 to 86, 88, 90 to 96, 
loi, 104, 105, 107, 109, III, 
112, 113, 120, 122, 126, 179, 



INDEX 



LXIII 



Wilson, — Continued. 

i8o, 182 to 186, 188 to 191, 
I93» 194. 195. 201, 202, 206 
to 210, 212, 213, 214, 216, 
217, 219, 222 to 225, 230, 
232, 235 to 240, 242, 243, 
244, 247 to 250, 252, 253. 
256, 258, 259, 260, 262, 263, 
265, 268 to 271, 273, 275, 
278, 284, 285, 286, 289, 290, 
291, 293, 297, 300 to 304, 
306, 307, 309 to 314, 316, 
318, 319, 323 to 329, 335 to 
338, 340, 342, 343, 344, 346, 
347. 350, 351, 352, 354, 356, 

357, 358, 360 to 364, 367, 
368, 369, 372 to 380, 382 to 
385, 387. 390, 392, 393. 397, 
398, 399, 401, 402, 403, 408, 
4i[, 412, 413, 417, 419, 420, 
422, 426, 427, 430 to 436, 
438, 441, 442, 444 to 450, 
454, 456 to 459, 463, 465, 
467, 469 to 472, 474, 475, 
476, 478, 479, 480, 483 to 
486, 488 to 491, 493, 495, 
497, 502, 503, 505, 506, 508, 
510, 512, 513, 515, 516, 520, 
522, 524 to 528, 530, 531, 
534, 535, 538, 540, 543 to 
547, 550 to 553, 555, 560, 
561, 563, 566, 567, 568, 570, 
571, 574 to 577. 579, 580, 
581, 584, 586, 587, 589, 593, 
597, 598, 600. 

Wiltshire, 126. 
Wiltz, Eng., 95, 126. 
Wimmon, 594. 
Winchester, Va., 225, 447. 
Winchief, 594. 
Wind, 594. 

Windham, Ct., 43, 63, 161, 162, 
223, 283, 292, 325, 388, 340, 

358, 456, 477, 562, 574, 576, 
595, 600. 

Windship, 594. 

Windsor) Ct., 31, 43, 57, 73, 100, 

112, 181, 192. 
Windsor, N. S., 50, 66. 
Wing, 177, 594, 287. 



Winslow, 126, 594. 

Winsor, 126, 177, 594, 78, 120, 
342, 394, 399, 518. 

Winthrop, 595. 

Witherell, 595. 

Witter, 595. 

Woburn, Mass., 337, 569. 

Wolf, 595. 

Wolfesboro, Mass, 281, 291, 
446, 481. 

Wood, 120, 196, 595, 209, 249, 
322, 476, 511, 523, 524, 554, 
582. 

Woodburn, 597. 

Woodbury, 597. 

Wooden, 597. 

Woodley, 321, 381. 

Woodman, 597. 

Woodnurse, 597. 

Woodruff, 127. 

Woodstock, Ct., 7[, 82, 86, 92, 
93, 107, 121, 166, 168, 173, 
187, 191, 193, 210, 216, 220, 
224, 258, 266, 283, 284, 309, 
313, 322, 345, 349, 430, 436, 

439, 441, 443, 445, 451, 464, 
465, 471, 505, 509, 521, 532, 
560, 590, 591. 

Woodward, 127, 177, 597. 

Woods, 598. 

Woodsvvorth, 598. 

Woodworth, 598. 

Wool, 127. 

Woolford, 598. 

Woonsocket, R. I., 204, 300, 372, 
434, 549, 588. 

Wooster, 598. 

Worcester, 598. 

Worcester, Mass., 63, 73, 84, 112, 
120, 122, 141, 144, 203, 229, 
236, 242, 243, 254, 255, 262, 
267, 269, 298, 309, 317, 327, 

349, 352, 354, 395, 403, 409, 
412, 416, 434, 446, 450, 451, 
489, 501, 512, 514, 519, 536, 
549, 568, 573, 590, 591. 

Work, 598. 

Worth, 598. 

Worthington, Ohio, 358, 573. 

Worthy, 598. 



LXIV 



INDEX 



Worthy, a Revolutionary, 593. 

Wrentham, Mass., 28, 40, 43, 47, 
49, 68, 70, 87, 126, 164, 182, 
189, 228, 242, 260, 27S, 286, 
291, 292, 299, 315, 339, 340, 

341, 342, m, 398, 436, 448, 

477, 482, 510, 518, 531, 548, 
555, 557, 560, 564, 581. 583. 
584, 589, 597, 599- 

Wright, 127, 177, 598, 106, 210, 
258, 273, 295, 300, 357, 392, 
412, 428, 440, 508, 542, 554, 
568, 575. 

Wyatt, 177, 599. 

Wylly, 177. 

Wyman, 599. 

Wyse, 599. 



X 



Ximeno, 599. 



Yale College, 173. 

Yankee, the Stonington, 452, 

538. 
Yates, 127, 599. 
Yates Co., N. Y., 221, 305. 
Yarydon, 127. 
Yeates, 139. 
Yerrington, 127, 600. 
Yorkshire, Eng., 173. 
Young, 127, 177,600. 
Younghusband, 601. 



Zenia, Ohio, 415, 449. 

Zenia, Ohio, Gazette, 415, 449. 

Zeigler, 127. 



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United States Chronicle. 



mARRIAQES. 



The United States Chronicle 

Political, Commercial and Historical. 



This was the full title of the second paper established by Ben- 
nett Wheeler in Providence. The price was nine shillings per 
year. It was published on the " west side of the river next door to 
Mr. Jacob Whitman." The first number was issued Thursday, 
Jan. I, 1784. It was the same size as the "American Journal" 
(4 pages, 12 columns). 

Feb. 21, 1793, he left off " Political, Commercial and Historical" 
from his title and set " The United States Chronicle " in a new 
letter and added in outline the arms of the State and the United 
States, retaining four columns instead of three, making the columns 
so much narrower. Jan. 7, 1796, he returned to the three columns 
as before, but May 19 of the same year went back to his four 
columns again 

Oct. 3, 1784, and forward the publication day was Wednesday; 

Jan. 6, 1785, and forward Thursday. Jan. 5, 1786, he first showed 

in outlme the arms of the United States and the State on his title. 

When Thursday was Thanksgiving Friday was publication day 

except in two instances when it was Wednesday. 

During its career it had several locations. As before stated he 
commenced " Next door to Jacob Whitman's." July i, 1784, it was 
published at Fenner's Corners opposite the Market ; July 13, 1786, 
in Westminster street opposite Theodore Foster's, Esq.; June 14, 
1792, in Market House Chambers ; Sept. 29, 1796, in Westminster 
street, a few rods westward of the Great Bridge ; Sept. 19, 1799, 
Westminster street, near the Great Bridge; Aug. i, 1800, No. i 
Westminster street ; March 4, 1801, No. 4 same street; May 7, 1801, 
four doors westward of the Exchange Bank, Westminster street. 



2Q VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

March 29, 1804, he removes his personal advertisement at head 
of first column first page to the bottom of the last column on the 
last page. 

Nov. 3, 1803, Mr. Wheeler retires from the business and offers 
at this time a house to let on High street opposite the Meeting 
House. 

Jan. 5, 1804, John Wheeler, his eldest son, is proprietor, and so 
remained until its last number. May 17, 1804. 

Of the files of this newspaper that of the Historical Society 
is now in seven bound volumes. The Providence Journal had a set 
in three volumes presented them by the late Charles J. Wheeler, 
broken, dating from Jan. i, 1789, to Dec. 25, 1800. This later file is 
now in custody of the Historical Society. Brown University 
Library has broken numbers. From these we have been able to 
see the complete set. 

Mr. Wheeler took a pride in book work and several of his jobs 
in this line are now in existence which showed very good work and 
taste in the printing line. 



MARRIAGES. 



ABORN Samuel, Jr., and Hannah Tillinghast, 

daughter of Col. Daniel, married by Rev. 

Enos Hitchcock, Oct. 7, 1787 

Polly, daughter of Col. Samuel, of Pawtuxet, 

and Capt. Thomas Hollis Condy, of Bo.s- 

ton. Chronicle of June 25, 1789 

Capt. John A. and Sally Rhodes, daughter of 

Robert, at Pawtuxet. Chronicle' of July 16, 1789 

Capt. Benjamin and Susannah Jackson, 

daughter of Capt. Richard. Chronicle of Oct. 10, 1793 

Capt. Jonathan, of Pawtuxet, and Dorcas 

Tourtellot,. daughter of Daniel, Esq., of 

and at Glocester. Chronicle of June i, 1797 

Edward, of this town, merchant, and Susan- 
nah Potter, daughter of Holiman, Esq., at 

Attleboro. Chronicle of Oct. 4, 1798 

Capt. Burrows and Mary Hughes, daughter 

of Major Thomas, married by Rev. Dr. 

Maxcy, April 21, 1799 

Desire B., daughter of Col. S Aborn, 

of Warwick, and Philip Crapo, Esq., of this 

town, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, March i, 1801 

James and Mary Greene, daughter of the late 

Capt. Caleb, in this town, by Rev. James 

Wilson. Chronicle of April 23, 1801 

ADAMS Josiah, merchant, and Polly Kinnicutt, 

daughter of the late Amos, of this town. 

Chronicle of Jan. 8, 1784 

William and Hannah Susan Wardwell, at 

Bristol. Chronicle of Oct. 27, 1791 

Benjamin, Esq., and Betsey Craggin, at Ux- 

bridge. Chronicle of Feb. 27, 1794 

John and Katey Burdick, daughter of James, 

at Portsmouth. Chronicle of May 28, 1795 



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ADAMS JoHn Quincy, Esq., son of Hon. John 
and Louisa Johnson, second daughter of 
Joshua, Esq., of Great Tower Hill, at Lon- 
don, Eng. Chronicle of 
Esther and Caleb Carey, in this town. 
Chronicle of , , r 

Capt. Moses and Susannah Pope, daughter ot 
the late Dr. John, of Boston, 

ADIE Alexander, of Boston, merchant, and 
Clementina Sabin, youngest daughter of 
the late Capt. Thomas, of this town. 
Chronicle of 

AIR Charles J., of South Carolina, and Rebecca 
Power, youngest daughter of Capt. Nicho- 
las, of this town. Chronicle of 

ALBRO Huldah, daughter of Job, of Foster, and 
William Eddy, Jr., of this town. Chroni- 
cle of T^ T-» 

Benjamin and Eliza Standfield, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Chronicle of 
ALDIS Asa, of Franklin, Mass., and Patience 
Perry, daughter of Nathan, of Mendon. 
Chronicle of 
ALDRICH Esek and SusaYinah Mann. Chroni- 
cle of 
Sally and Charles Smith. Chronicle of 
ALEXANDER Jesse and Phebe Jillson, at 

Cumberland. Chronicle of 
ALGER James and Abigail Kelley, at Warren. 
Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, and John 
Holmes, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Chronicle of 
ALLEN Capt. Samuel and Henrietta Sterling, 
daughter of Dr. Henry. Chronicle of 
Abel and Cynthia Hubbard, daughter of 

Ezra. Chronicle of 
Abigail, daughter of Amos, and Capt. Joseph 

B. Cooke. Chronicle of 
Rebecca, eldest daughter of Col. T. Allen, 
and Capt. William Bullock, at Barrington. 
Chronicle of 
' Darius and Polly Brown, daughter of Capt. 
Jeremiah. Chronicle of 
Catharine, daughter of John, Esq., and John 
Spink, at North Kingstown. Chronicle of 
Patience and Samuel Bosworth, Jr., at Bar- 
rington. Chronicle of 
Lucy, daughter of the late Samuel, and 
Thomas Tillinghast, at North Kingstown, 
by Rev. William Northup. Chronicle of 



Sept. 21, 1797 
Nov. 15, 1798 
Jan. 17, 1802 

Oct. 20, 1803 

Oct. 29, 1 80 1 

Sept. 4, 1794 
Sept. 2, 1802 

Sept. 21, 1797 

July 17, 1794 
Nov. 9, 1799 

Jan. 3, 1788 

July 21, 1803 

Oct. 6, 1803 

Aug. 26, 1790 

Dec. 23, 1790 

March 24, 1791 

Aug. 23, 1792 

Oct. 18, 1792 

March 27, 1794 

Dec. 4, 1794 

July 9, 1795 



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23 



ALLEN Caleb and Hannah Smith, daughter of 

Samuel. Chronicle of Oct. 27, 1796 

Major William, of this town, and Mary 
Nichols, daughter of Philip, Esq., of and 
at Stratford, Ct., ^ Sept. 30, 1798 

Thomas, son of Gen. Allen, of Harrington, 
and Mary Heath Paine, of Rehoboth, mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr. Watson, at Harrington. 
Chronicle of Oct. 11, 1798 

Nancy, daughter of Capt. Gabriel, and Chris- 
topher S. Carpenter, in this town. Chron- 
icle of Nov. 15, 1798 

Rachal, daughter of Abner, of Rehoboth, 
and Dr. Hosea Humphrey, of North Prov- 
idence. Chronicle of Nov. 15, 1798 

Hannah, of this town, and Caleb Fuller, of 

Attleboro, married by Rev. Mr. Ma.xcy, Sept. 29, 1799 

Abby, daughter of Capt. Zachariah, and 
Henry Smith, merchant, married by Rev. 
Mr. Clarke, Oct. 20, 1799 

Walter and Lucy Buff urn, daughter of Will- 
iam, at Smithfield, Feb. 6, 1800 

Mrs. Dorothy, widow of the late Z , Esq., 

aged 52, and H Duvall, aged 17, at 

Baltimore. Chronicle of May 28, 1801 

Pardon, of this town, and Rebecca Wil- 
marth, daughter of Daniel, of and at Re- 
hoboth, married by Rev. Otis Thompson, June 11, 1801 

Hannah C., daughter of the late Capt. Paul, 
of this town, and Henry P. Franklin, of 
New York, merchant. Chronicle of Sept. 10, 1801 

Betsey, of North Kingstown, and Christo- 
pher Rhodes, of Pawtuxet, merchant. 
Chronicle of Dec. 16, 1802 

Dr. Samuel and Mrs. Eliza Bicknell, widow 

of Asa, Esq., at Harrington. Chronicle of March i, 1804 
ALMY William, of Portsmouth, and Sarah 
Brown, only daughter of Moses, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Providence, June 4, 1789 

Katy, youngest daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 
and Edmund Trowbridge FJlery, Esq., at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Sept. 30, 1792 

Capt. Samuel and Peggy Langley, daughter 
of William, Esq., at Newport. Chronicle 
of June 4, 1801 

Samuel and Phebe Irish, daughter of the late 
Col. George, at Middletown. Chronicle 
of Nov. 27, 1 801 

ALSTON Joseph, Esq., and Theodosia Burr, 
only child of Aaron, of New York, at Al- 
bany, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Johnson, Jan. 2, 1801 



24 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

AMBROSE Capt. Robert M. and Sally Langley, 

daughter of William, Esq., at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Brunson, Jan. 31, 1802 

AMES Asa, of this town, merchant, and Re- 
becca Brattle, of Newport. Chronicle of April 21, 1796 
Samuel, of this town, merchant, and Ann 

Chickerly, of and at Boston, Sept. 6, 1801 

AMMIDOWN Alpheas, of Dudley, and Ruth 

Whipple, daughter of Stephen, of and at 

Smithfield. Chronicle of April 18, 1794 

Otis, of Providence, and Abigail Russell, of 

and at Mendon. Chronicle of Aug. 22, 1799 

AMORY Thomas, merchant, of Boston, and 

Eliza Bowen, daughter of Dr. William, of 

this town, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. 

Chronicle of Nov. 14, 1799 

ANDREWS Polly, daughter of Col. Zephaniah, 

and Peter Grinnell. Chronicle of Dec. 15, 1784 

Elizabeth, daughter of Col. Zephaniah, and 

W^illiam Taylor. Chronicle of Jan. 7, 1790 

Ebenezer S., printer, and Hermoine Weld, 

both of and at Philadelphia. Chronicle of Dec. 29, 1791 
Mary, daughter of the late James, and Ed- 
ward T. Mathewson, both of and at Scit- 

uate. Chronicle of Nov. 24, 1803 

ANGELL John and Nancy Jackson, daughter 

of the late Stephen, Esq. Chronicle of April 21, 1785 

Lydia, daughter of Abraham, and Ebenezer 

Carpenter, at Cumberland. Chronicle of May 5, 1785 

Polly, daughter of the late James, Esq., and 

Jacob Whitman, Jr., merchant. Chroni- 
cle of April 6, 1786 
Abigail, eldest daughter of the late Brigade 

General Angell, and William God- 

dard, Esq., printer, of Baltimore, Md., at 

Cranston, married by Rev. Mr. Oliver, May 25, 1786 

Thomas and Nabby Burkett, daughter of the 

late Thomas. Chronicle of April 5, 1787 

Nathan, Jr., and Amey Kinnicutt, daughter 

of the late Capt. Joseph, dec, married by 

Rev. Enos Hitchcock, Oct. 14, 1787 

James, late of this town, and Polly Barney, 

of and at Baltimore, Md. Chronicle of Jan. 15, 1789 

Mrs. Nancy, widow of John, and daughter of 

the late Stephen Jackson, Esq., and Brig. 

Gen. Simeon Thayer. Chronicle of April 15, 1790 

Deborah, daughter of Hope, I^sq., of North 

Providence, and Asa Messer, Professor of 

Languages in R. I. College. Chronicle of May 25, 1797 



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25 



ANGELL Joseph and Hannah Tripp, at North 
Providence. Chronicle of 

ANGIER Dr. Samuel and Miss Carver, 

at Taunton. Chronicle of 
ANTHONY Capt. John and Rhody Hopkins, 
daughter of Rev. Samuel, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
James and Polly Mumford, only daughter of 

Benjamin, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Ruth, daughter of Daniel, and Nathan 
Spencer, of East Greenwich, at Friends' 
Meeting House, in this town. Chronicle 
of 
Benjamin, of this town, and Susannah Slack, 
of Johnston, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, 
late of Scituate. Chronicle of 
Daniel and Anna Spencer, daughter of 
William, at Friends' Meeting House, East 
Greenwich. Chronicle of 
Abigail, of Somerset, and Richard Brown, of 
this town, at Somerset, married by Rev. 
Mr. Slade, 
Betsey, of Somerset, and Samuel Cross, of 

this town. Chronicle of 
Joseph, of this town, and Mary Gould, 
daughter of John, of Port.smouth, at the 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Chron- 
icle of 
Capt. John and Eliza Williams, in this town. 

Chronicle of 
Susannah and Isaac Brownell, both of this 

town. Chronicle of 
James and Sally Henry, in this town. 
Chronicle of 
APLIN Benjamin, Jr., and Lydia Gray, daughter 
of Amasa. Chronicle of 
Nancy and John Langford. Chronicle of 
APPLEBY Content, daughter of John, and Jere- 
miah Mowry, at Smithfield. Chronicle of 
APPLETON Mrs. Hannah and Capt. Amasa 
Delano, both late of Boston but now of 
this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Chronicle of 

ARMAN Mrs. , of Southwark, and Capt. 

Turpin Kelley, of Philadelphia, married at 
Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. Milldollar. 
Chronicle of 
ARMINGTON Esther and Robert S. Burrough, 
both of this town. Chronicle of 
Capt. Walter and Marcy Jenckes, daughter of 
Capt. Jeremiah, in this town. Chronicle of 



March 29, 1804 
Nov. 15, 1792 

Aug. 13, 1789 
Jan. 2], 1791 

May 10, 1792 

March 28, 1793 

April II, 1793 

Dec. 16, 1798 
Oct. 3, 1799 

May 14, 1801 
Sept. 17, 1801 

May 26, 1803 

April 19, 1804 

Dec, 27, 1792 
Aug. 8, 1799 

March i, 1804 

June 23, 1803 

Nov. 28, 1800 

Feb. 7, 1799 

Nov. 30, 1800 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ARNOLD Lydia and Nathaniel Scott, at Cum- 
berland. Chronicle of .ah 

Elizabeth, daughter of John Rice Arnold 
Esq., of Cranston, and James Rhodes, ot 
Pawtuxet, merchant. Chronicle of 

Lydia, daughter of Col. William, and Jere- 
miah Greene, at East Greenwich. Chroni- 

Abi^ail, daughter of Jonathan, of Smithfield, 
and Nathaniel Greene, of East Greenwich, 
at the Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield. 
Chronicle of a- t 

Sally, daughter of George, and Capt. James 
Rhodes, at Warwick. Chronicle of 

Lydia, only daughter of Dr. William, and 
Richard Steere, Jr., of Glocester, at Smith- 
field. Chronicle of 

Capt. John and Mrs. Abigail Throop, widow 
of Capt. Benjamin, married by Rev. Dr. 
Hitchcock, . , , AT. 

Col. Josias Lyndon, of St. Johnsbury, Vt., 
and Susan Perkins, daughter of Elisha, 
Esq., of and at Plainfield, Ct. Chronicle 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. David, and Dr. 

Nicholas Cooke, at Warwick, 
Caleb and Mrs. Sarah Relph, in this town. 

Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of the late Dr. Jonathan, ot 

St. Johnsbury, Vt., and James Burrell, Jr., 

Esq., of this town, at Plainfield, Ct. 

Chronicle of j t), u 

Samuel, of Baltimore, merchant, and Phebe 
Jackson, daughter of Capt. Richard. 
Chronicle of ■ ^ u 

Christopher, of this town, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Arnold, widow of James, of and at Smith- 
field. Chronicle of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of James, of Smith- 
field, and Christopher Arnold, of this 
town, at Smithfield. Chronicle of 

James Utter, Esq., and Mehetable Carpen- 
ter, daughter of Oliver, married by Rev. 
James Wilson, . 

, daughter of Col. William, and Daniel 

E. Updike, Esq., of North Kingstown, at 
East Greenwich. Chronicle of 

Mary and John Henry, both of this town, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Israel and Eliza Manchester, daughter of 
Capt. John, of this town. Chronicle of 



Jan. 3, 1788 

July 8, 1790 

Oct. 14, 1790 

Feb. 10, 1791 
Aug. 25, 1791 

Dec. I, 1791 

March 8, 1792 

March 5, i795 

March 12, 1797 

June I, 1797 

Oct. 12, 1797 

Oct. 4, 1798 

Dec. 27, 1798 

Dec. 27, 1798 

May 5, 1799 

May 23, 1799 
Oct. 6, 1799 
June 5, 1800 



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27 



ARNOLD Mary, daughter of the late Welcome, 

Esq., and Tristam Burgess, Esq., attorney 

at law, married by the Rev. Dr. Gano. 

Chronicle of 

Daniel and Alice Cornell, daughter of 

Richard. Chronicle of 
George and Hannah Randall, daughter of 
Jonathan, Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., at War- 
wick, 
Sarah, daughter of John Rice Arnold, Esq., 
and William Rhodes, at Cranston. Chron- 
icle of 
Maria, daughter of Col. Daniel, and Thomas 

Buffum, at Smithfield, 
Maria, daughter of Col. Daniel, and Thomas 

Buffum, at Smithfield. Chronicle of 
Elisha and Patience Comstock, at Smithfield. 
Chronicle of 
ARSON NEAU Peter Remy, formerly of this 
town, and Ruth Homer, at Boston. 
Chronicle of 
ASHTON Elizabeth and Ephraim Congdon, 
married by Rev. Mr. Stanford, 
Stephen, of this town, and Peggy Bennett, 
of and at Johnston, married by Rev. Mr, 
Wilson. Chronicle of 
William, Jr., of this town, and Dorcas Fiske, 
of Scituate. Chronicle of 
ATHERTON William, of Jamaica, and Mrs. 
Sarah Wanton, widow of the late Hon. 
Joseph, Jr., Esq., at Newport. Chronicle 
of 
ATWELL Betsey, daughter of Amos, and 
Nicholas Tillinghast, Jr. Chronicle of 
Amos Maine, Esq., and Mary Young, only 
daughter of Samuel, merchant. Chronicle 
of 
Col. Amos and Hetty Wilson, daughter of 
the late Capt. John, of Newton, Mass., 
merchant, in this town. Chronicle of 
Mary, youngest daughter of Col. Amos, and 
David Vinton, merchant. Chronicle of 
ATWOOD James and Polly Nichols, daughter 
of John. Chronicle of 
Joseph, of Dighton, and Sally Macomber, of 
and at Taunton. Chronicle of 

B 

BACHE Benjamin Franklin, printer, and Mar- 
garet H. Markoe, at Philadelphia. Chron- 
icle of 



May 28, 1 80 1 
Dec. 24, 1801 

April 10, 1802 

March 3, 1803 

March 24, 1803 

April 7, 1803 

May 17, 1804 

June 23, 1785 
Nov. 23, 1788 

Nov. 21, 1793 
Nov, 6, 1794 

Jan. 13, 1785 
March 26, 1789 

Oct. 8, 1795 

March 23, 1797 
May 25, 1797 
Nov. 29, 1787 

March 31, 1803 



Dec. 8, 1791 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BACHE Mrs. Margaret Hartman, widow of 
Benjamin Franklin Bache, and William 
Duane, editor of the Aurora, at Philadel- 
phia, 
BACH US Eunice, daughter of Andrew, Esq., 
and Elisha Perkins, Jr., both of Plainfield, 
Ct. Chronicle of 
BACON Mrs. Mary, widow of George, and Israel 
Low. Chronicle of 
David A. and Sally Corey, in this town. 

Chronicle of 
Hannah, daughter of Capt. Elijah, and Col. 
John Mathewson. Chronicle of 
BAILEY Easton and Polly Irish, daughter of 
Col. George, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Capt. Gideon and Sally Mason, daughter of 

the late Noah. Chronicle of 
William and Sally Irish, daughter of Col. 

George, at Middletown. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Sally, widow of Capt. Gideon, and Capt. 
Daniel Still well. Chronicle of 
BAKER Stephen Wardwell and Polly Snow, 
daughter of Capt. James, of this town. 
Chronicle of 
Dr. Moses and Betsey North Toler, daugh- 
ter of Daniel, of North Providence, mar- 
ried by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, 
Bathsheba, only daughter of Luke, merchant, 
and George Trott, merchant, at Boston. 
Chronicle of 
Richard and Lusana Martin, of Rehoboth. 
Chronicle of 
BALCH John R. and Sophia Packard, daughter 

of Melzer. Chronicle of 
BALLOU Silas, only son of Capt. Asa, of Fos- 
ter, aged 1 8 years, and Phebe Pray, only 
daughter of John, Esq., of Glocester, aged 
15 years, at Glocester. Chronicle of 
Parley, daughter of Major William, of Cum- 
berland, and Nathan Bates, of Bellingham, 
at Cumberland. Chronicle of 
Olive, of Wrentham, and John Buttman, of 
this town, 
BARBER Jane and Solomon Southwick, Jr., 

printer, at Albany, N. Y. Chronicle of 
BARDINE Mary and Waterman Pratt. Chron- 
icle of 
Lydia, daughter of Comfort, and Waterman 
Pratt, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. Chron- 
icle of 



June 28, 1800 

Sept 29, 1 791 

Nov. 5, 1789 

July 10, 1794 

April 28, 1796 

April 3, 1788 

June 24, 1790 

Dec. 20, 1792 

March 3, 1796 

Oct. 20, 1784 

Feb. 13, 1793 

Nov. 26, 1802 
Nov. 10, 1803 
Dec. II, 1800 

Sept. 25, 1794 

July 20, 1797 

June 13, 1802 

May 7, 1795 

Oct. 22, 1801 

Feb. 16, 1804 



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BARING Mr. 

and Miss 



third son of Sir Francis, 
Bingham, of Philadelphia, 



at London. Chronicle of 

BARKER Sally Smith, daughter of William, of 
this town, and Jacob Otis, of Cumberland. 
Chronicle of 
Joseph, Esq., of Tiverton, and Margaret Had- 
wen, daughter of John, of Newport, mer- 
chant, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port. Chronicle of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham, of Tiver- 
ton, and Capt. David Huntington. Chron- 
icle of 
Betsey, daughter of Samuel, and William 

White. Chronicle of 
Gideon and Roby Childs, in this town. 
Chronicle of 

BARKESDALE Susannah Frances, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, and Major Edward Phelan, of 
the Massachusetts Line, at Charleston. 
Chronicle of 

BARNES David L., Esq., of Taunton, and Mrs. 
Joanna Russell, of this town. Chronicle 
of 

BARNEY Polly, of Baltimore, Md., and James 
Angell, late of this town, at said Baltimore. 
Chronicle of 

BARRP:TT Dea. Samuel, of Boston, and Hannah 
Proctor, of this town, 

BARROWS Dr. Thomas M. and Mrs. Sarah 
Cooke, daughter of the late Col. Levi Plall. 
Chronicle of 

BARSE Sally, daughter of the late Michael, of 
Boston, and Job Danforth, Jr., of this 
town, at Boston. Chronicle of 

BARSLOW Achsah and Samuel Snow, in this 
town. Chronicle of 

BARSTON Elias and Mary Wood, both of this 
town. Chronicle of 

BARTLETT Isaac, of Charleston, S. C, and 
Sukey Marsh, daughter of Daniel, of this 
town. Chronicle of 
Benjamin and Marcy Tucker, daughter 
Morris, at Cumberland. Chronicle of 
David and Hannah Joslin, daughter 
Thomas, at Cumberland. Chronicle of 

BARTON William, Jr., of Hartford, merchant, 
and Mabelle Terry, daughter of Eliphalet, 
Esq., at Enfield, Ct. Chronicle of 
John, Jr., and Ann Williams, daughter of 
Caleb, in this town. Chronicle of 



of 



of 



June 17, 1802 
Oct. 7, 1784 

Jan. 19, 1797 

April 3, 1788 

Sept. 5, 1799 

March 8, 1804 

Feb. 26, 1789 

April 2, 1789 

Jan. 15, 1789 
Jan. 13, 1791 

Jan. 19, 1804 

Nov. 30, 1798 
Nov. 30, 1798 
Sept. 18, 1800 

Aug. 13, 1789 

Feb. 16, 1797 

March 15, 1798 

Feb. 23, 1797 
Dec. 23, 1802 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BARTON Seth, Esq., and Polly Chew, daugh- 
ter of John, of and at Fredericksburg, Md. 
Chronicle of 

BASS Huldah and Robert Eells, of and at Han- 
over, Mass. Chronicle of 

BATES Nathan, of Bellingham, and Parley Bal- 
lon, daughter of Major William, of and at 
Cumberland. Chronicle of 

BATTEY Rebecca and Peter Deveile, in this 
town. Chronicle of 

BAXTER Capt. Thompson, of Ouincy, aged 66 
years, and Ann Whitman, of Bridgewater, 
aged 57 years, at Bridgewater, " after a 
courtship of 48 years, which they bore with 
Christian fortitude." Chronicle of 

BEBEE Daniel, of Newport, and Polly Little, 
daughter of Fobes, Esq., at Little Comp- 
ton. Chronicle of 

BECKLEY John, Esq., Clerk of the House of 
Representatives, and Maria Prince, of and 
at New York, married by Rev. Dr. Lynn, 

BENNETT Thomas and Mrs. Mehitable Gifford, 
widow of John. Chronicle of 
Merebah, daughter of Christopher, and Reu- 
ben Tabor. Chronicle of 
Peggy, of Johnston, and Stephen Ashton, of 
this place, at Johnston, married by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Chronicle of 
Joshua, of Coventry, and Nabby Spencer, of 

this town. Chronicle of 
Hannah, of Cumberland, and George Buck- 
lin, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of 

BENSON Capt. Martin, merchant, and Jenny 
Coddington, at Newport. Chronicle of 
George, merchant, and Sally Thurber. 
Chronicle of 

BENTLEY James, of East Greenwich, and 
Sally Johnson, of this town. Chronicle of 

BERNARD Capt. John B. and Paulina Mann, 
daughter of Thomas. Chronicle of 

BERRY Sally, daughter of the late James, and 
Isaac Field. Chronicle of 

BEVERLY Esther, daughter of George, and 
Calvin Dean. Chronicle of 
Gideon and Betsey Brown, daughter of the 
late Capt. James, of Newport, married by 
the Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, 
Alice, daughter of George, and Hezekiah 
Smith. Chronicle of 



May 10, 1804 
March 5, 1801 

July 20, 1797 
April 12, 1804 

Jan. 25, 1798 

April 21, 1796 

Oct. 14, 1790 
April 27, 1786 
April 19, 1792 

Nov. 21, 1793 
March 29, 1798 
Jan. 31, 1799 
Sept. 8, 1785 
Jan. 31, 1793 
Nov. 25, 1790 
Feb. 18, 1796 
Jan. 26, 1804 
Nov. 22, 1787 

Oct. 16, 1791 
Dec. 27, 1792 



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BICKFORD Nehemiah and Nancy Calder, 
daughter of James, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Chronicle of 

BICKNELL Mrs. Freelove, aged 71 years, and 
Barnard Miller, in 79th year, at Harrington. 
Chronicle of 
Martha, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of 
Attleboro, and Rev. Samuel Watson, of 
Barrington. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Eliza, widow of Asa, Esq.. and Dr. 
Samuel Allen, at Barrington. Chronicle 
of 

BILLINGS Bet.sey, daughter of Woodman, and 
John Langley, Jr., at Newport. Chronicle 
of 
Alpheus and Lydia Carpenter, daughter of 

Oliver, in this town. Chronicle of 
William and Amey Burr, in this town, 

BINGHAM Miss , of Philadelphia, and 

Mr. Baring, third son of Sir 

Francis, at London. Chronicle of 

BINNEY Avis, of Newton, Mass., and Nicholas 
Brown, Esq., of this town, at Newton. 
Chronicle of 

BIRD Sukey, daughter of Nathaniel, and 
Gardiner I-'owler, merchant, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
Clarrissa, youngest daughter of Nathaniel, 
Esq., merchant, and Christopher Ellery, 
Esq., at Newport. Chronicle of 

BIESSELL Amelia, daughter of Col. Hezekiah, 
of Windsor, Ct., and Rev. Abel Flint, of 
this town. Chronicle of 

BLACK Betsey, daughter of James, Esq., and 
William Smith, 
Betsey, daughter of the late Samuel, and 
Joseph Stermey, married by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Chronicle of 
Rebecca, daughter of the late Samuel, and 
John G. Francis, married by the Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Chronicle of 
Harriet and Thomas Capernaum. Chronicle 
of 

BLANCHARD Sarah, daughter of John, mer- 
chant, of Elizabethtown, N. J., and Fran- 
cis Childs, editor of the New York Daily 
Advertiser, at said Elizabethtown. Chron- 
icle of 

BLAZER William, aged 16, and Catharine Yay- 
den, aged 11, at Mendham. Chronicle of 



Dec. 4, 1800 

March 14, 1799 

Dec. 19, 1799 

March i, 1704 

Nov. 22, 1792 

Aug. 22, 1793 
Nov. 29, 1799 

June 17, 1802 

Sept. 22, 1785 

Nov. 10, 1 79 1 

Nov. 15, 1792 

July 21, 1 791 
Sept. I, 1788 

June 7, 1798 

June 7, 1798 
Sept. 26, 1799 

Aug. 16, 1787 
July 14, 1803 



32 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BLISS Clarke and Abigail Spooner, daughter of 

Benjamin, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 17, 1789 

George and Sally Dunham, daughter of 

Daniel, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 17, 1789 

Experience and John Chaloner, at Spring- 
field, Mass. Mr. Chaloner lost both arms 
by the discharge of a field piece on 
Federal Hill during the late insurrection. 
Chronicle of March 22, 1792 

BLODGETT William, Jr., merchant, and Mary 
Ann Power, daughter of Capt. Nicholas. 
Chronicle of May 8, 1800 

BOIT Capt. John, of Boston, and Eleanor Jones, 

at Newport. Chronicle of Sept. 5, 1799 

BOAROM Isaac, of New York, and Betsey 

Gudging, of this town. Chronicle of Jan. 14, 1796 

BORDEN Ruth, daughter of Richard, of Tiver- 
ton, and George Harris, of Smithfield, 
at Friends' Meeting House, Tiverton. 
Chronicle of Dec. 6, 1787 

BOSWORTH Samuel, Jr., and Patience Allen, 

at Barrington. Chronicle of Dec. 4, 1794 

Capt. Lewis and Ruth Jackson, daughter of 

Capt. Daniel, Dec. 10, 1795 

BOTTOM Frederick Whiting, student at law, 
and Celestina Winslow, married by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Dec. 5, 1802 

BOURS John, Esq., and Mrs. Elizabeth Chil- 
cott, widow of Richard, late of Newport, 
at Plymouth, married by Rev. Mr. Dehon. 
Chronicle of Nov. 7, 1799 

BOWEN Deborah, daughter of Ichabod, Esq., 
of Coventry, and Archibald Dorrance, of 
Voluntown, Ct. Chronicle of Feb. 12, 1789 

Frances, daughter of Dr. Ephraim, of this 
town, and John E. Moore, of South Caro- 
lina, married by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock, Aug. 23, 1789 
Oliver, Jr., and Lois Demount, daughter of 

the late Capt. John. Chronicle of Aug. 26, 1790 

Nancy, daughter of Dr. Ephraim, and Ed- 
ward Mitchell, of South Carolina. Chron- 
icle of Sept. 20, 1792 
Eliza, daughter of Dr. Ephraim, and John 

Ward, merchant. Chronicle of Jan. 10, 1793 

Col. Ephraim, Jr., and Sally Whipple, mar- 
ried by Rev. Abraham L. Clarke, of the 
Episcopal Church, in this town, Oct. 19, 1794 

Oliver, Jr., and Rebecca Demount, daughter 
of the late Capt. John. Chronicle of Feb. 11, 1796 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



33 



BOWEN Joseph, of Coventry, and Polly Tilling- 
hast, daughter of Thomas, Esq., at East 
Greenwich. Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Isaac, and Capt. Samuel 
Currey. Chronicle of 

Olive and James Thurber, at Warren. 
Chronicle of 

Benjamin, Esq., of Norway, N. Y., and Mrs. 
Ruth Watson, at Thompson, Ct., 

Asaph, of Coventry, and Huldah H. Carpen- 
ter, daughter of Dr. Cyrel, at Foster. 
Chronicle of 

Oliver, Esq., and Mrs. Anne Dorsey, widow 
of Col. Dorsey. Chronicle of 

Anne and Nathaniel Cooke, at Coventry, 

Eliza, daughter of Dr. William, of this town, 
and Thomas Amory, of Boston, merchant, 
married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Chroni- 
cle of 

Stephen, of Coventry, and Rebecca Hill, 
daughter of Caleb, at North Kingstown. 
Chronicle of 

Hon. Jabez, of this town, and E Leo- 
nard, daughter of Hon. George, at Norton, 
Mass. Chronicle of 

Julia, daughter of Col. Ephraim, and John 
D. Martin, of New York, merchant, at the 
Episcopal Church, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker. Chronicle of 

Hannah and Robert Keene, of Providence, 
at Haddam, Ct. These persons were 
strangers to each other the day before the 
marriage. Chronicle of 

Polly, of Lisbon, Ct., and Rufus Mathewson, 
Esq., of this State, at Lisbon. Chronicle 
of 
BOWERING Caleb B., of New York, merchant, 
and Mrs. Maria McLean, also of that city, 
married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
BOWERS Rebecca, of Swanzey, and Thomas 
Young, of this town, merchant. Chroni- 
cle of 

Abigail, widow of Caleb, of Swanzey, and 
John Jenckes, Esq., married by Rev. Dr. 
Manning, 

Polly, daughter of Jerathmeel, Esq., of Swan- 
zey, and Joseph Jenckes, of this town, 
merchant, at Swanzey. Chronicle of 

John, of Somerset, and Mary Robinson, 
daughter of James, of and at Newport. 
Chronicle of 



March 17, 1796 

Aug. 4, 1796 

Dec. 29, 1796 

Feb. 22, 1797 

March 23, 1797 

April 19, 1798 
March 21, 1799 

Nov. 14, 1799 
Jan. 23, 1800 
May 28, 1 80 1 

Oct. 27, 1803 

Dec. 29, 1803 
May 10, 1804 
April 4, 1803 
Oct. 27, 1785 
Jan. 14, 1787 
March 27, 1788 
Oct. 5, 1791 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BOWERS Elizabeth S., daughter of the late Je- 
rathmeel, Esq., and Dr. Thomas Danforth, 
of Boston, at Somerset, Mass., 
Rebecca, daughter of the late Henry, Esq., 
and George Scott, merchant, of this town. 
Chronicle of 

BOWLER Samuel Bours and Nabby Lee, 
daughter of Charles. Chronicle of 
Metcalf, Jr., and Patty Bucklin, daughter of 
Capt. Daniel. Chronicle of 

BOWNE Robert L., of New York, and Almy 
Robinson, daughter of Thomas, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Newport. Chronicle of 

BOYD Hannah, only daughter of Col. John, and 
Nathaniel Miller, at Franklin, Mass., mar- 
ried by Rev. Nathaniel Emmons. Chroni- 
cle of 

BRADFORD Mrs. Sally, of this town, and 
Samuel Howe, of Connecticut. Chroni- 
cle of 
Nancy, daughter of the Hon. William, Esq., 
and Capt. James De Wolfe, at Bristol. 
Chronicle of 
Polly, daughter of Joseph, and Seth Butts. 

Chronicle of 
Lydia, daughter of Hon. William, and Capt. 
Charles Collins, Jr., of Warren, at Bristol. 
Chronicle of 
William and Marcy King, daughter of Caleb, 
married by Rev. James Wilson, 

BRANCH Joanna, daughter of Daniel, and John 
Sheldon. Chronicle of 
Sanford and Matilda Cady, daughter of Capt. 

Jonathan. Chronicle of 
Nathaniel, of this town, and Rachal 
Wheelock, of and at Uxbridge. Chroni- 
cle of 
Olive and Thomas Snow, both of this town, 
married by Rev. Dr. Messer. Chronicle of 

BRATTLE] Rebecca, of Newport, and Asa 
Ames, of this town, merchant. Chroni- 
cle of 

BRAYTON Hannah and William Hubbard, of 
and at Warren. Chronicle of 

BRENTON Nancy, daughter of Benjamin, and 
Capt. Josiah Brown. Chronicle of 

BRETTON Margaret, daughter of William, and 
John Cozzens, at Newport. Chronicle of 

BRIDGEHAM Martha, daughter of the late 
Dr. Joseph, and James Ellis, Esq., at Re- 
hoboth. Chronicle of 



April 3, 1800 

Nov. 24, 1803 

March 9, 1786 

May II, 1786 

Dec. 12, 1793 

Jan. 19, 1797 

Sept. 24, 1789 

Jan. 28, 1790 
Jan. 12, 1797 

Oct. 26, 1797 
April 7, 1799 
Feb. 16, 1786 
Jan. 18, 1798 

March 14, 1799 
Oct. 6, 1803 

April 21, 1796 
March 12, 1801 

Sept. 22, 1796 
March 22, 1804 

Oct. 23, 1794 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



35 



BRIDGEHAM Samuel VV., Esq., of this town, 
and Eliza Paine, only daughter of Capt. 
Stephen, late of Bristol, dec, at Taunton. 
Chronicle of 
BRIGGS William and Almy Eyres, daughter of 
the late Dr. Thomas, at Newport. Chron- 
icle of 

Polly, aged 14, and Peter Stantenburgh, 
aged 16 years, at Poughkeepksie, N. Y. 
Chronicle of 
BRINDLEY Betsey, daughter of Francis, and 
Capt. William Littlefield, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
BRITTON Peggy, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 
and David C. Claypoole, at Philadelphia. 
Chronicle of 
BROWN Nicholas, Esq., of this town, and Avis 
Binney, of and at Newton, Mass. Chroni- 
cle of 

Abby, daughter of John, and John Frances, 
late of Philadelphia, merchant, married by 
Rev. Mr. Manning, 

Hannah and William Kent, both of and at 
Cumberland. Chronicle of 

Sarah, only daughter of Moses, and William 
Almy, of Portsmouth, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Providence, 

Betsey, daughter of the late Joseph, and 
Richard Ward, merchant. Chronicle of 

William and Lydia Dunwell, daughter of the 
late Capt. John, married by the Rev. Mr. 
Snow, 

John and Polly Whipple, daughter of Capt. 
Benjamin, at North Providence. Chroni- 
cle of 

Nabby, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, and Na- 
thaniel Smith. Chronicle of 

Abigail, daughter of Esek, and Danforth P. 
Lyndon. Chronicle of 

Betsey, daughter of the late Capt. James, of 
Newport, and Gideon Beverly, married by 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, 

Nicholas, merchant, and Nancy Carter, 
daughter of John, in this town. Chroni- 
cle of 

Hope, daughter of the late Nicholas, Esq., 
and Thomas P. Ives, married by Rev. Mr. 
Maxcy, 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, and 
Darius Allen. Chronicle of 



Oct. 25, 1798 

Dec. 17, 1789 

April 19, 1804 

March 17, 1785 

Nov. 3, 1 79 1 

Sept. 22, 1785 

Dec. 25, 1787 
Dec. 25, 1788 

June 4, 1789 
Aug. 27, 1789 

Nov. 26, 1789 

Feb. 25, 1790 

Sept. 9, 1790 

Oct. 7, 1790 

Oct. 16, 1791 

Nov. 10, 1 79 1 

March 6, 1792 
Oct. 18, 1792 



36 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BROWN Hannah, daughter of Esek, of this 
town, and Davis W. Hoppin. Chronicle of 

Jonathan and Dorothy French, daughter of 
James, married by Rev. J. Eliss, at Reho- 
both. Chronicle of 

Martha, daughter of the late John (S. E.), 
and Dr. Jeremiah B. Howell. Chronicle 
of 

Mrs. VVaite and John Smith, of Smithfield. 
Chronicle of 

Benjamin and Polly Rumreiil, daughter of 
the late Ebenezer. Chronicle of 

Lydia, of Bolton, and William Manning, 
printer, of this town, at Bolton. Chroni- 
cle of 

Sarah Ann and Dutee Burlingame, at East 
Greenwich. Chronicle of 

Lydia, daughter of Elisha, Jr., and Colwell 
Dana, merchant. Chronicle of 

Oliver and Sophia Brown, daughter of Icha- 
bod, married by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Chron- 
icle of 

Sophia, daughter of Ichabod, and Oliver 
Brown, married by Rev. Mr. Clarke. 
Chronicle of 

Mary, daughter of Obadiah, late of Gloces- 
ter, dec, and Benjamin Jenckes, of Smith- 
field. Chronicle of 

John and Phebe Mann, daughter of Thomas. 
Chronicle of 

Catharine, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, and 
James Yerrington. Chronicle of 

Capt. Josiah and Nancy Brenton, daughter 
of Benjamin. Chronicle of 

Abigail, daughter of Samuel, and Nathaniel 
Coleman, in this town. Chronicle of 

Obadiah, of this town, merchant, and Dorcas 
Hadwen, daughter of John, merchant, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport, 

William, of this town, merchant, and Nancy 
Dockray, eldest daughter of John B., Esq., 
merchant, at South Kingstown. Chroni- 
cle of 

Mary and Nathaniel Dana, Jr. Chronicle of 

Capt. William S., Jr., and Joanna Russell, 
both of this town. Chronicle of 

Thomas, of this town, and Polly Waterman, 
daughter of the late Capt. William, of and 
at Smithfield. Chronicle of 

Richard, of this town, and Abigail Anthony, 
of and at Somerset, by Rev, Mr. Slade, 



March 14, 


1793 


March 28, 


1793 


Oct. 24, 


1793 


March 6, 


1794 


May 8, 


1794 


May 29, 


1794 


July 17, 


1794 


Aug. 14, 


1794 



Nov. 27, 

Nov. 27, 

Feb. 18, 

June 2, 

Sept. 8, 

Sept. 22, 

Oct. 27, 

March i, 



April 5, 
April 19, 

May 17, 



Nov. 22, 
Dec. 16, 



794 

794 

795 
796 
796 
796 
796 

798 



798 
798 

798 



798 
798 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 37 



BROWN Moses, of this town, and Mrs. Phebe 
Lockwood, of Warwick, at F'riends' Meet- 
ing House, May 2 

Polly, daughter of the late Joseph, Esq., aod 
Rev. Stephen Gano, of this town. Chron- 
icle of July 25 

Penelope, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and 
Capt. Robert Lawton, of Portsmouth, mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr. Thurston, in this town, Jan. 16 

Joseph, of Bristol, and Catharine Metcalf, of 

this town. Chronicle of May 8 

Sally and William Manton, at North Provi- 
dence. Chronicle of Dec. 18 

Betsey, daughter of P21isha, Jr., and John 

Kinnicut. Chronicle of May 28 

Sally, second daughter of Hon. John, and 
Charles F. Herreshoff, merchant, married 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 2 

Nicholas, Esq., and Mary B. Stelle, in this 

town. Chronicle of July 3O; 

Samuel and Anstress B. Olney, daughter of 
Simeon H., married by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, 
in this town, Oct. 4 or 11 

Mary, daughter of Ichabod, and William 

Burt. Chronicle of F"eb. 4 

John, 2d, of this town, and Lavinia Slack, of 

Scituate. Chronicle of April 14 

Hannah, daughter of Jesse, dec, and El- 
hanan W. Wade, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill. Chronicle of Sept. 8 

BROWNELL Lowrin, of this town, and Betsey 
Burgess, daughter of James, at Cranston, 
by Rev. J. Pitman. Chronicle of Jan. 22 

Nancy, second daughter of Stephen, and 

Stephen Hopkins. Chronicle of Oct. 29 

Isaac and Susannah Anthony, both of this 
town. Chronicle of May 26 

BRUSH Mr. , of New York, and Sally 

Shattuck, daughter of William, Esq., at 
Boston. Chronicle of Dec. 22 

BUCKLIN Capt. Daniel, and Mrs. Martha 
Eddy, widow of Richard, Esq. Chroni- 
cle of Feb. 16 

Patty, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and Metcalf 

Bowler, Jr. Chronicle of May 11 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and Sam- 
uel Eddy, Esq. Chronicle of Nov. 15 

Esther, daughter of David, and Benjamin D. 

Greene, at Coventry. Chronicle of Dec. 26 

George and Hannah Bennett, of Cumber- 
land, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of Jan. 31 



1799 

1799 

1800 
1800 
1800 
1801 

1 801 
1801 

1801 
1802 
1803 

1803 

1795 
1801 
1803 

1796 

1786 
1786 
1792 

1793 
1799 



38 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BUCKLIN John C, merchant, and Sarah Smith, 
daughter of the late Capt. Simeon, both 
of this town, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Chronicle of 

BUFFUM Patience, daughter of William, and 

Pliney Earle, of Leicester, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Smithfield. Chronicle of 

Lucy, daughter of William, and Walter 

Allen, at Smithlield, 
Thomas and Maria Arnold, daughter of Col. 

Daniel, at Smithfield, 
Thomas and Maria Arnold, daughter of Col. 
Daniel, at Smithfield. Chronicle of 

BUFFI NGTON Betsey, daughter of Benjamin, 
and Thomas Wilbour, of Johnston, at 
Somerset, Mass. Chronicle of 

BURLINGAME Dutee and Sarah Ann Brown, 
at East Greenwich. Chronicle of 

BULL Lydia, daughter of John, and Samuel 
Johnson. Chronicle of 

BULLARD Isaac, of Providence, and Rachal 
Pratt, of and at Charleston, S. C. Chroni- 
cle of 

BULLOCK Col. William, of Rehoboth, 75, and 
Mrs. Ruth Viall, of Barrington, y^, mar- 
ried by Rev. Solomon Townsend, 73. 
The bride is youngest" of four sisters now 
living, at Barrington, 
Capt. \Villiam and Rebecca Allen, eldest 
daughter of Col. T. Allen, at Barrington. 
Chronicle of 
Prudence and Capt. Martin Page, 
Capt. Richmond and Rhoda Peckham, 
daughter of William, of this town, mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ann, daughter of Capt. Jabez, and Capt. Syl- 
vanus G. Martin, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Chronicle of 

BURDICK Katey, daughter of James, and John 
Adams, at Portsmouth. Chronicle of 

BURGESS Betsey, daughter of James, and 
Lowrih Brownell, of this town, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. J. Pitman. Chronicle of 
Benjamin, of Cranston, and Abigail Mason, 
daughter of Job, at Swanzey. Chroni- 
cle of 
Tristam, Esq., attorney at law, and Mary 
Arnold, daughter of the late Welcome, 
Esq., married by Rev. Dr. Gano. Chroni- 
cle of 



July 7, 1803 

June 13, 1793 

Feb. 6, 1800 

March 24, 1803 

April 7, 1803 

Oct. 13, 1791 

July 17, 1794 

Sept. 29, 1 79 1 

Jan. 22, 1795 



April 1 1, 1790 



Aug. 2},, 1792 
Dec. 15, 1799 



Oct. 10, 1802 

March i, 1804 
May 28, 1795 

Jan. 22, 1795 

March 21, 1799 

May 28, 1801 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 39 

BURGESS Thomas, Esq., attorney at law, and 
Mary McKie, daughter of Dr. Andrew, at 
Wareham. Chronicle of Dec. 2, 1803 

BURKETT Nabby, daughter of the late 
Thomas, and Thomas Angell. Chronicle 
of April 5, 1787 

Mrs. Sarah, widow of John, and Martin Sea- 
mans. Chronicle of Feb. 25, 1796 

BURNS Marcia, of New York City, and John P. 

Van Ness, Esq., M. C. from N. Y., June 9, 1802 

BURR James and Deborah Keene, daughter of 

Prince. Chronicle of June 2, 1785 

Amey and William Billings, in this town, Nov. 29, 1799 

Theodosia, only child of Aaron, of New 
York, and Joseph Alston, Esq., at Albany, 
N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Johnston, Jan. 2, 1801 

BURRELL Joseph, Jr., and Huldah Keene, 

daughter of Major Charles. Chronicle of April 29, 1784 
Patty, daughter of Joseph, and Dr. Levi 

Wheaton, at Newport. Chronicle of Jan. 20, 1785 

James, Jr., Esq., of this town, and Sally Ar- 
nold, daughter of the late Dr. Jonathan, of 
St. Johnsbury, Vt., at Plainfield, Ct. Chron- 
icle of Oct. 12, 1797 

BURRILL George R., Esq, and Amelia Smith, 

second daughter of Capt. Simon, Aug. 31, 1800 

BURRINGTON Alice, of Tiverton, and Rev. 
Henry Wight, of Bristol, married by Rev. 
Mose Shepherd, at Little Compton, June 21, 1789 

BURROUGHS Rebecca, daughter of Samuel, 

and John Jones, of Providence, merchant, 

at Newport. Chronicle of Oct. 28, 1790 

BURROUGH Amey Whipple, of this town, and 

Henry Charles Jones, Esq., merchant, at 

New York, by Rev. Mr. Pillmore, Rector 

of Christ Church, in that city. Chronicle 

of Oct. 23, 1794 

William Y., formerly of this town, merchant, 

and Magdalen Van Renssalaer, daughter 

of Col. Henry, at Clavarack, N. Y. Chron- 
icle of Oct. 26, 1797 
Robert S. and Esther Armington, both of 

this town. Chronicle of Feb. 7, 1799 

Martha and Nicholas Northup, Jr., both of 

this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Chronicle of Oct. 3, 1799 

BURT William and Mary Brown, daughter of 

Ichabod. Chronicle of Feb. 4, 1802 



iQ VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BUTLER Samuel, of this town, merchant, and 
Sally Whipple, daughter of Capt. ^tephen, 
of and at Smithfield, married by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Chronicle of ^ay 14, i795 

Penelope Went. vorth, of Hmgham, formerly 
of Providence, and Christopher Seaton, 
Esq of Island of Tobago, at Trmity 
Ch?;;ch, Boston, by Rev. Mr. Parker. ^^^ 

Chronicle of j rM- 13 1 

BUTTMAN John, of this town, and Olive Bal- 

lou, of Wrentham, June 13, i«02 

BUTTS Seth and Polly Bradford, daughter of 

Joseph. Chronicle of , ^ u- p . ^^"^^^'^797 

BYERS David, of Springfield, and Sophia Pot- 
ter, daughter of the late Capt. Abijah. 
Chronicle of ■' 



CADY Matilda, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and 

Sanford Branch. Chronicle of Jan. i», 1790 

CAHOONE Mary R., eldest daughter of the 

late Capt. Isaiah, and Ephraim W. Hors- 

well, in this town, married by Rev. Mr. ^^^^ 

Wilson, J XT u 

CALDER Nancy, daughter of James, and Nehe- 

miah Bickford, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. ^^^ ^^^^ 

Chronicle of n/r 1 

CALHOUN Hon. Joseph and Betsey Moseley, 

daughter of the late William, Esq., of Vir- ^^^^ 

ginia, at Charleston, b. C, ^^^'^y ' 

James, Jr., Esq., merchant, of Yjenna S. C, 

•^ and Sarah C. Martin, of the Abbeville Dis- ^^^^ 

trict 
CALLAHAN Capt. Frederick William, of Bos- 
ton and Merebah Handy, eldest daughter 
of Major John, of and at Newport. Chron- ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

CALLFNDER Polly, daughter of the late Elias, 

and Samuel Olney, married by Rev. James 

Wilson. Chronicle of , ^ ,, April i», 1 799 

CAMPBELL Sally Ann, daughter of the late 

Alexander, Esq., and Samuel Gould, at 

Fast Greenwich. Chronicle of April i, i7»4 

Hermoine B. and Dan Taylor, at East Green- 

wich, ^ ,, . ^ . S^P^- 3°' ^792 

Miss , of New York, and Major Benja- 

- min Russell, of Boston, at New York. 

Chronicle of k , ^ 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



41 



CANNON Mr. R , and Sarah Vinson, 

daughter of Dea. Samuel, of Newport, in 
South Carolina. Chronicle of 
CAPERNAUM Thomas and Harriet Black. 

Chronicle of 
CAPRON Oliver, of East Greenwich, and Betsey 
Gibson, of this town, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Chronicle of 
CAREY Matthew, printer, and Biddy Flahavan, 
both of Philadelphia. Chronicle of 
Caleb and Esther Adams, in this town. 

Chronicle of 
Darius H. and Martha Whitney, daughter of 
Rev. Mr. Whitney, at Brooklyn, Ct. Chron- 
icle of 
CARGILE James, Jr., and Chloe Chaffee, both 

of and at Cumberland. Chronicle of 
CARLILE Polly, daughter of John, and John 

Rowland. Chronicle of 
CARLISLE John, Jr., and Nancy Dana, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel. Chronicle of 
CARPENTER Ebenezer and Lydia Angell, 
daughter of Abraham, at Cumberland. 
Chronicle of 
Waterman and Eleanor Fuller. Chronicle of 
Lydia, daughter of Oliver, and Alpheus Bill- 
ings, in this town. Chronicle of 
Cyril Lodowick and Fear Smith, daughter of 

the late Job, at Warwick. Chronicle of 
Hannah and Moses Eddy, both of this town. 

Chronicle of 
Noah, of Attleboro, and Lucy Wilkinson, 
daughter of William, of and at Cumber- 
land. Chronicle of 
Kitty, daughter of Oliver, and Oliver Smith. 

Chronicle of 
Huldah H ., daughter of Dr. Cyrel, and Asaph 
Bowen, of Coventry, at P'oster. Chronicle 
of 
Christophers, and Nancy Allen, daughter of 
Capt. Gabriel, in this town. Chronicle of 
Mehitable, daughter of Oliver, and James 
Utter Arnold, Esq., married by Rev. 
James Wilson, 
Charlotte, daughter of Oliver, and Allen 
Gladding, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, 
Betsey Matilda, daughter of Dr. Cyrel, and 

Paul Dowe, at Foster. Chronicle of 
Delia and Sylvester Westcott, both of and at 
Cranston. Chronicle of 



Feb. 25, 1802 
Sept 26, 1799 

June 26, 1800 

March 17, 1791 

Nov. 15, 1798 

March 17, 1803 

Jan. 25, 1787 

Feb. 7, 1788 

Dec. 25, 1788 

May 5, 1785 
Sept. 21, 1791 

Aug. 22, 1793 

Feb. 27, 1794 

April 10, 1794 

Feb. 18, 1795 
May 19, 1796 

March 23, 1797 
Nov. 15, 1798 

May 5, 1799 
June 23, 1799 
Dec. 24, 1801 

Feb. 2, 1804 



^2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CARPENTER Capt. Job, of this town, and Mary 
Westcott, daughter of Caleb, Esq., of and 
at Warwick, by Elder Littlefield. Chroni- 
cle of March i, 1804 
CARR Samuel and Anne Hookey, daughter of 

the late John, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 17, 1759 

David and Catharine Hoyle, in this town. 

Chronicle of May 15, 1794 

Capt. John and Mrs. Northup, widow 

of John, Esq., of North Kingstown, at 

Newport. Chronicle of Nov. 24, 1791 

CARROLL Miss , daughter of Hon. 

Charles, of Carrollton, Md., and Hon. 
Robert Goodloe Harper, Esq., married by 
Rt. Rev. Bishop Carroll, at Baltimore. 
Chronicle of May 21, 180 1 

CARTER Nancy, daughter of John, and Nicho- 
las Brown, merchant, in this town. Chron- 
icle of Nov. 10, 1791 
Rebecca, second daughter of John, Esq , and 
Amos Throop Jenckes, merchant, married 
at the Episcopal Church, by Rev. Mr. 
Clarke, Sept. 20, 1801 

CARVER Miss and Dr. Samuel Angier, 

at Taunton. Chronicle of Nov. 15, 1792 

CASE Dr. Jeremiah W. and Sally Marchant, 
eldest daughter of the late Judge Mar- 
chant, at South Kingstown. Chronicle of Dec. 7, I797 
CENTRE James and Rebecca Haydon, of New 
Bedford, daughter of the late Capt. James, 
formerly of Newport, married by Rev. 
Gardiner Thurston, at Newport, May 23, 1792 
CHACE Polly, daughter of Abraham, of New 
York, and Jeremiah Fones Jenkins, mer- 
chant, at the Episcopal Church, by Rev. 
Mr. Badger, Oct. 17, 1784 
Betsey, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and 

Thoma Lippitt. Chronicle of Dec. 30, 1790 

Zilpha, daughter of Amos, and George Teel, 
both of this town, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Chronicle of April 28, 1796 

Ann, daughter of Holder, and John Weeden, 
of Jamestown, at PViends' Meeting House, 
R. L Chronicle of Jan. 17, i799 

Sally W., daughter of Amos, and Philip 

Peck, Dec. 8, I799 

Roba, 'daughter of Samuel, and Stephen 

Sweet, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of Feb. 25, 1802 

CHADWICK Gurdon, aged 19, and Hannah 
Sullard, aged 52, at Lyme, Ct., after a 
courtship of 3 weeks. Chronicle of I'eb. i, 1798 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



43 



CHAFFEE Chloe and James Carlile, Jr., both 
of and at Cumberland. Chronicle of 

William and Nancy Thayer, daughter of 
Thomas. Chronicle of 

Mrs. and Capt. Samuel Godfrey, both 

of this town. Chronicle of 

John, merchant, and Maria Rowland, daugh- 
ter of the late Rev. David S., at Windsor, 
Ct. Chronicle of 
CH A LONER John and Experience Bliss, at 
Springfield, Mass ; Mr. Chaloner lost both 
arms by the discharge of a field piece on 
Federal Hill during the late insurrection. 
Chronicle of 
CHAMPLAIN Eliza, daughter of Col. Christo- 
pher, of Newport, and John Coffin Jones, 
Esq., of Boston, at Newport, married by 
Rev. William Smith. Chronicle of 

Rebecca, daughter of the late Capt. Christo- 
pher, and Stephen Dexter, of this town, at 
Newport. Chronicle of 

Betsey, daughter of William, of Westerly, 
. and William Tillinghast, at Newport. 

Chronicle of 

Phebe and Stephen Dexter, of this town, 
merchant, at Newport. Chronicle of 

Mary, only daughter of the late Capt. 
Robert, and Major William McRea, 2nd, 
U. S. Regiment, at Newport. Chronicle 
of 

Thankful, daughter of the late John, Esq., of 

Charlestown, and Jabez B. Whitaker, Esq , 

of this town, attorney at law, at South 

Kingstown. Chronicle of 

CHANDLER Peter, of Pomfret, and Nabby 

Gray, at Windham, Ct. Chronicle of 
CHEEVER Peggy, of Wrentham, and William 

Hopkins, of this town. Chronicle of 
CHEW Colby and Francis Earned, daughter of 
Amasa, Esq., at New London, Ct. Chron- 
icle of 

Polly, daughter of John, of Fredericksburg, 
Md., and Seth Barton, Esq., at Fredericks- 
burg. Chronicle of ' 
CHICKERLY Ann, of Boston, and Samuel 

Ames, of this town, merchant, at Boston, 
CHILCOTT Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Richard, 
late of Newport, and John Bours, Esq., at 
Plymouth, married by Rev. Mr. Dehon. 
Chronicle of 



Jan. 25, 1787 

July 10, 1788 

Jan. 9, 1794 

April 2, 1795 



March 22, 1792 

Sept. 21, 1791 

Nov. 10, 1791 

April 7, 1796 
Nov. I, 1798 

Nov. 12, 1 80 1 

April 19, 1804 

March 29, 1798 

July 10, 1794 

Dec. r, 1796 

May 10, 1804 
Sept. 6, 1801 

Nov. 7, 1799 



44 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHILD Elizabeth, daughter of Col. Sylvester, 

and John Croade, at Warren. Chronicle 

of 
CHILDS Francis, editor of the New York 

Daily Advertiser, and Sarah Blanchard, 

daughter of John, merchant, of and at 

Elizabethtown, N. J. Chronicle of 
Rhoby and Gideon Barker, in this town. 

Chronicle of 
CHURCH William and Martha Crapon, both of 

this town, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. 

Chronicle of 
^CIBBS John F. and Mary Graves, youngest 

daughter of Capt. James, of this town, at 

Fall River, by Rev. James Boomer. 

Chronicle of 
CHAFLAND Preston, of Attleboro, and Lydia 

Williams, eldest daughter of the late Capt. 

John, of Dighton, at Attleboro. Chroni- 
cle of 
CLARKE Nancy, daughter of Peleg, Esq., and 

Christopher Fowler, at Newport, 
Amey, daughter of Daniel, of this town, and 

William Paine, of Cranston. Chronicle of 
Betsey, daughter of Samuel, and Rufus 

Sweet, at South Kingstown. Chronicle of 
Chester and Betsey Tuckerman, both of this 

town. Chronicle of 
Thomas P. and Ruth Dunton, married by 

Rev. Mr. Gano. Chronicle of 
Audley and Maria Gardiner, eldest daughter 

of Capt. Caleb, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Dr. Peter and Maria Fisher, both of and at 

New York, married by Rev. Mr. Clarke, 

of this town, 
Mrs. Amey, widow of Dr. John, and Hon. 

John Dorrance. Chronicle of 
John and Esther Seaver. Chronicle of 
Weston and Phebe Howard, at Middletown, 

by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Chronicle of 
Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of John Innes 

Clarke, Esq., and Oliver Kane, of New 

York, merchant, married by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
John Pitman, of Boston, merchant, and 

Mary Pitman, daughter of Rev. John. 

Chronicle of 
CLAUDP3 John and Sophia Caroline Hogg, 

both of the New York Theatre, at New 

York. Chronicle of 



April 14, 1785 

Aug. 16, 1787 
March 8, 1804 

May 17, 1798 

March 31, 1803 

Nov. 29, 1799 
Sept. 30, 1787 

Jan. IS, 1789 
April 26, 1792 
April 24, 1794 

May 22, 1794 
Dec. 18, 1794 

July 15, 1797 

Oct. 19, 1797 
Oct. 18, 1798 

March 13, 1800 

May 22, 1803 
May 10, 1804 
May 10, 1804 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



45 



CLAY Mariam, daughter of Capt. J- 



Clay, and Oliver Starkweather, at Paw- 
tucket. Chronicle of 
CLAYPOOLE David C, printer, and Peggy 

Britten, daughter of Thomas, Esq., at 

Philadelphia. Chronicle of 
CLEMENTS Hannah and William Thurber, 

married by Rev. Dr. Gano. Chronicle of 
CLEVELAND Seth and Sally Haywood, in 

this town, 
CLINTON Cornelia Tappen, daughter of Gov. 

George, and Citizen Charles Edward 

Genet, married by Rev. Dr. Rogers, at 

Philadelphia. Chronicle of 
Catharine, widow, and John Lucas, at 

Middletown, N. J. Chronicle of 
COATES Capt. Daniel and Hannah Weeden, 

daughter of Samuel, married by Rev. Mr. 

Badger. Chronicle of 
COBB Betsey, second daughter of Hon. Major 

General Cobb, and Allen Smith, merchant, 

at Taunton, 
Nelley, daughter of Hon. David, and James 

Hodges, merchant, at Taunton. Chronicle 

of 
Eunice, third daughter of Gen. Cobb, and 

Samuel Summer Wilde, at Taunton. 

Chronicle of 
CODDINGTON Jenny and Capt. Martin Ben- 
son, merchant. Chronicle of 
John and Hannah Wilson, daughter of Jona- 
than, Jr., at Nevvport. Chronicle of 
COFFIN Capt. Shubael, of Nantucket, and 

Sally Olney, daughter of Richard, of this 

town, 
William and Susannah Graves, at Long 

Island. Chronicle of 
COGGESHALL Capt. David M. and Betsey 

Hammond, daughter of the late Paine, at 

Newport, married by Rev. Mr. Patten, 
COLE Cyrus and Maria Jackson, only daughter 

of Capt. Thomas, married by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Col. Benjamin and Patience Cole, at Warren. 

Chronicle of 
Patience and Col. Benjamin Cole, at Warren. 

Chronicle of 



Jan. 13, 1785 

Nov. 3, 1791 
Jan. 30, 1800 
May 10, 1801 

Nov. 6, 1794 
March 13, 1800 

Oct. 14, 1790 

Aug. 7, 1788 

March i, 1792 

June 7, 1792 

Sept. 8, 1785 

June 18, 1801 

Dec. 2, 1784 
March 5, iSoi 

March 9, 1800 

Feb. 27, 1800 
March i, 1804 
March i, 1804 



45 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COLEMAN Benjamin, of this town, and Eliza 

Sheperd, of New Bedford. Chronicle of April 23, 1795 

Nathaniel and Abigail Brown, daughter of 

Samuel, in this town. Chronicle of Oct. 27, 1796 

COLLINS Betsey, daughter of Samuel, of 
Portsmouth, and John Collins, son of Gov. 
John, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 20, 1787 

John, son of Gov. Collins, and Betsey Collin$, 
daughter of Samuel, of Portsmouth, at 
Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 20, 1787 

William and Betsey Peltis, daughter of 

James, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of April 26, 1792 

Capt. Charles, Jr., of Warren, and Lydia 
Bradford, daughter of the Hon. William, 
at Bristol. Chronicle of Oct. 26, 1797 

COMSTOCK Waite, daughter of the late 
Ezekiel, of Smithfield, and Thomas Greene, 
O- this town, married at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Providence, M"arch 8, 1787 

Henry and Sally Greene, daughter of- Caleb, 
at PViends' Meeting House, Providence. 
Chronicle of Jan. 10, 1788 

Dr. Ezekiel and Polly Whipple, daughter of 

Abraham, Esq. Chronicle of July 16, 1789 

Dr. Ephraim, of this town, and Abigail Dex- 
ter, of North Providence. Chronicle of March 3, 1791 

Lydia, daughter of Dr. Ezekiel, of Smith- 
field, and Lewis Dexter, of North Provi- 
dence. Chronicle of P"eb. 7, 1793 

Mrs. Marcy, widow of Capt. Joseph, and Col. 
John Remington, of Cheshire, Mass. 
Chronicle of Nov. 26, 1795 

Dr. Joseph and Sarah R. Perry, daughter of 
Dr. Joshua, at South Kingstown. Chron- 
icle of July I, 1802 

Samuel, merchant, of Lansingburgh, N. Y., 
and Sarah Comstock, of this town. 
Chronicle of April 14, 1803 

Sarah, of this town, and Samuel Comstock, 
merchant, of Lansingburgh, N. Y. Chron- 
icle of April 14, 1803 

Patience and Elisha Arnold, at Smithfield. 

Chronicle of May 17, 1804 

CONDY Capt. Thomas Hollis, of Boston, and 
Polly Aborn, daughter of Col. Samuel, of 
Pawtuxet. Chronicle of June 25, 1789 

CONGDON Ephraim and Elizabeth Ashton, 

married by Rev. Mr. Stanford, Nov. 23, 1788 

Abigail, daughter of John, Esq., and Capt. 
Samuel Packard, at Narragansett. Chroni- 
cle of Dec. 24, 1789 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



47 



CONGDON Sarah, daughter of Joseph, and 
Jesse Eddy, of Northbridge, at the Friends' 
Meeting House, in this town. Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Samuel, and Capt. Robert 
Robinson, of Newport, at South Kings- 
town. Chronicle of 
COOK George and Mrs. Hannah Gray, at Tiver- 
ton. Chronicle of 
COOKE Jesse and Hannah Warner, daughter of 
Capt. Samuel, married by Rev. Dr. Man- 
ning, 

Capt. Joseph B. and Abigail Allen, daughter 
of Amos. Chronicle of 

Hopkins, Esq., and Mrs. Margaret Pearce, at 
East Greenwich, 

Thomas and Sally Hall. Chronicle of 

Dr. Nicholas and Elizabeth Arnold, daughter 
of Capt. David, at Warwick, 

Amasa and Polly Heaton, daughter of Na- 
thaniel, married at Wrentham, by Rev. 
William Williams. Chronicle of 

Nathaniel and Anne Bowen, at Coventry, 

Harriet, daughter of the late Don, Esq., 
and George W. Page, merchant, 

Capt. J and P21iza Dennison, in this 

town. Chronicle of 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of the late Col. Levi 
Hall, and Dr. Thomas. M. Barrows. 
Chronicle of 
COOLIDGE Cornelius, merchant, and Sarah 

Grant, at Boston. Chronicle of 
CORP^Y Sally and David A. Bacon, in this town. 
Chronicle of 

Oliver and Amelia Whipple, daughter of 
Joseph, at Smithfield, married by Rev. 
Dr. Gano. Chronicle of 
CORNELL Mrs. Mary and Rev. John P. Jones. 
Chronicle of 

Alice, daughter of Richard, and Daniel 
Arnold. Chronicle of 
COZZENS John and Margaret Bretton, daugh- 
ter of William, at Newport. Chronicle of 
CRAODE John and Elizabeth Child, daughter 
of Col. Sylvester, at Warren. Chroni- 
cle of 
CRAGGIN Betsey and Benjamin Adams, Esq., 

at Uxbridge. Chronicle of 
CRANSTON Pel eg and Mrs. Freelove Young, 
widow of Henry, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Thurston. Chronicle of 



Feb. 10, 1791 

April 2, 1795 
Aug. 12, 1790 

P^eb. 17, 1 79 1 

March 24, 1791 

Sept. 16, 1792 
June 13, 1793 

March 12, 1797 

Jan. 25, 1798 
March 21, 1799 

P"eb. 22, 1 801 

July 30, 1 80 1 

Jan. 19, 1804 
Feb. 25, 1802 
July 10, 1794 

Dec. 8, 1796 

Dec. I, 1797 

Dec. 24, 1801 

March 22, 1804 

April 14, 1785 
Feb. 27, 1794 

March 7, 1799 



48 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CRANSTON Maria N. and Joseph Rhodes, both 
of and at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. 
Greene. Chronicle of June 30, 1803 

CRAPO Philip, Esq., of this town, and Desire 

B. Aborn, daughter of Col. S Aborn, 

of Warwick, married by Rev. Dr. Hitch- 
cock, March i, 1801 

CRAPON Betsey and Capt. Zebedee Farnum, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chroni- 
cle of Jan. 9, 1794 
John and Susannah Snow, daughter of the 

late Daniel. Chronicle of July 17, 1794 

Jonathan and Hannah Snow, daughter of 
Capt. James, married by Rev. James Wil- 
son. Chronicle of July 31, 1794 

Penelope, widow of Mr. , and John 

Perrin, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Chronicle of Dec. 31, 1795 

Martha and William Church, both of this 
town, married by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock. 
Chronicle of May 17, 1798 

Daniel and Lydia Lindsey, in this town, 

married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 14, 1798 

Benjamin and Ann Simmons. Chronicle of Dec. 24, 1801 

Priscilla, daughter of the late Capt. Benja- 
min, and John Page. Chronicle of April 5, 1804 

CRESBY Timothy and Ruth Pope, daughter of 
the late Dr. John, at Boston. Chroni- 
cle of June 9, 1803 

CROOKE William, Esq., and Mary Malbone, 
youngest daughter of the late Francis, 
Esq., at Newport, married by Rev. Mr. 
Smith, ' July 21, 1796 

CROSS Samuel, of this town, and Betsey An- 
thony, of Somerset. Chronicle of Oct. 3, 1799 

CROSSMAN Dr. Luther Andrews and Sally 
Smith, daughter of Stephen, Esq., mar- 
ried at Bristol, by Rev. H. Wight. Chron- 
icle of March 5, 1795 
Nathaniel Williams, merchant, and Ann 
Washburn, daughter of Isaac, Esq., at 
Taunton. Chronicle of Nov. 19, 1801 

CROW Benjamin and Susannah Nichols, daugh- 
ter of John, in this town. Chronicle of Dec. i, 1796 

CULVER SON John and Polly Durfee, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Ezekiel, of this town, Jan. 20, 1799 

CUMMINGS Rebecca, of Boston, and Peleg 
Gifford, of this town, merchant, at Boston. 
Chronicle of Feb. 15, 1798 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 49 

CUNDALL John, of Portsmouth, and Fanny 
Wallace, daughter of Capt. James, of New- 
port. Chronicle of I"""eb. 4, 1802 

CURREY Capt. Samuel, and Sally Bowen, 

daughter of Isaac. Chronicle of Aug. 4, 1796 

CUSHING Abigail, daughter of the late Benja- 
min, Esq., and Stephen Harris, in this 
town. Chronicle of Aug. 16, 1792 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Benjamin, 

Esq., and Capt. Jenckes. Chronicle of Nov. 7, 1793 

Benjamin, of New York, merchant, and 
Mary Throop Jenckes, daughter of the 
late John, Esq. Chronicle of March 6, 1794 

Mrs. Mary Throop and William N. Rhodes, 
merchant, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Chronicle of April 7, 1796 

CUTLER James, 19 years, and Huldah Sy- 
monds, 73 years, at Salem, Mass. Chroni- 
cle of June 7, 1787 



D 



DABNEY John, stationer, and Abigail Mason 

Peale, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, at 

Salem, Mass. Chronicle of July 8, 1790 

William, merchant, of Charleston, S. C, and 

Hannah Jones, daughter of Capt. Joseph, 

of and at Milford, Mass. Chronicle of Sept. 7, 1797 

DAGGETT Rev. Herman and Sally Mathevv- 

son, daughter of Col. John. Chronicle of Sept. 6, 1792 

Eunice, of Attleboro, and William Hawes, of 

Wrentham.« Chronicle of Nov. 14, 1793 

Simeon, Preceptor of Taunton Academy, and 

Nancy F'obes, daughter of Rev. Dr. Fobes, 

at Raynham. Chronicle of Nov. 23, 1797 

DANA Nancy, daughter of Nathaniel, and John 

Carlisle, Jr. Chronicle of Dec. 25, 1788 

Peyton and Esther Sweet, daughter of Capt. 

Nehemiah. Chronicle of Nov. 3, 1791 

Jaykel and Keziah Warner, both of this 

town. Chronicle of Dec. 26, 1793 

Colwell, merchant, and Lydia Brown, daugh- 
ter of Elisha, Jr. Chronicle.of Aug. 14, 1794 
Nathaniel, Jr., and Mary Brown. Chronicle 

of April 19, 1798 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DANFORTH Thomas and Mrs^ Betsey Has- 

^Idns, daughter of Capt. Jacob, of Taunton, 

at Bristol Chronicle of ■, u 

lob Ir of his town, and Sally Barse daugh- 

^ t« of the late Michael, of and at Boston. 

nr^ Thomas^^of Boston, and Elizabeth S. 

°Bowerrdaughter of the late Jarathmeel, 

Fsa at Somerset, Mass., 

DANIEL" Isabella, of Newport and James 

Hunter, of Marlboro, at Albany, N. Y. 

^^^^trnl^. aged ,; and Mrs^Dorothy 

Allen, widow of the late Z- -, t.sq., agea 

ro ai- Baltimore. Chronicle ot 

Sahy R and Job Tillinghast both of. and at 
East Greenwich. Chronicle ot 

Mrs. Susannah, widow of Benjamin of Penn 
sylvama,and second daughter of Michael 
/rankliA, formerly ^leut Governor of ^h^ 
Province of Nova Scotia, and William 
Hersey Otis Halliburton, at Windsor, 
N S Chronicle of r- j- 

DAY Philo of Catskill, N. Y.,and Emma Gardi- 
ner, daughter of Col. John, at South Kings- 
town. Chronicle of , 

Juha and Robert C. Gardiner, Esq., of South 
Kinp-stown. Chronicle ot 
DAYTON Col. Isaac and Mrs. Mary Goddard. 
widow of Capt. John, at Newport. Chron- 

DEAn' Abigail, widow, and BrigacUer-Ge^^^^^^^^^ 

: Godfrey, at Taunton. Chronicle oi 

Calvin and Esther Beverly, daughter of 

George. Chronicle of 
Allen and Lucy Smith, at Kilhngly, Ct. 
Chronicle of rianipl 

Calvin and Fanny l'S''^\^f "^ ChroScle of 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chronicle ot 

m" France^ daughter of John Boiirs,^sq 

of Newport, and I Lonng of Wash 

ington City, merchant, married by Rev. 
Mr. Brunson. Chronicle of 

DeBLOIS Lewis, of this \o^"' /Tf^f f,"^'' ""^f 
Miss Betsey Lawton, daughter of Isaac, ot 
and at Parr N S. Chronicle ot 

DeBEAULIEU Mons. Louis Morrice Barrod 
and Sally Huston, daughter of Capt. 
Simon, at Newport. Chronicle ot 



Aug. 31. 1786 

Nov. 30, 1798 

April 3, 1800 

Aug. 18, 1791 

May 28, 1 801 

March 29, 1798 

Feb. 25, 1802 

Feb. 16, 1804 

June 5, 1800 
April 12, 1804 

Oct. 2, 1794 

Nov. 16, 1786 

Nov. 22, 1787 

Feb. 27, T794 

March 5, 1801 

March u, 1802 

Dec. 22, 1784 

June 9, 1785 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



51 



DeEECKHOOT Mrs. Joanna and Major David 

McLane. Chronicle of 
DELANO Capt. Amasa and Mrs. Hannah 
Appleton, both late of Boston but now of 
this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Chronicle of 
DEMOUNT Lois, daughter of the late Capt. 
John, and Oliver Bowen, Jr. Chronicle of 
Rebecca, daughter of the late Capt. John, 
and Oliver Bowen, Jr. Chronicle of 
DENNIS Capt. John and Catharine Tillinghast, 
daughter of the late Dr. William, at New- 
port. Chronicle of 

DENNISON Eliza and Capt. J Cooke, in 

this town. Chronicle of 
DEVEILE Peter and Rebecca Battey, in this 

town. Chronicle of 
DeWOLF Capt. Charles, of Bristol, and Betsey 
Rogerson, daughter of Rev. Robert, of 
and at Rehoboth. Chronicle of 
Capt. James and Nancy Bradford, daughter 
of Hon. William, Esq., at Bristol. Chron- 
icle of 
Elizabeth and Barnard Smith, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight. Chronicle of 
DEXTER Nancy, daughter of Col. Knight, and 
Capt. James McClellan, Jr., at Smithfield. 
Chronicle of 
Alice, daughter of Christopher, of North 
Providence, and Edward Taylor. Chroni- 
icle of 
Abigail, of North Providence, and Dr. 
Ephraim Comstock, of this town. Chroni- 
cle of 
Nancy and Jeremiah Whipple, Jr., both of 

and at Cumberland. Chronicle of 
Stephen, of this town, merchant, and Re- 
becca Champlain, daughter of the late 
Capt. Christopher, at Newport. Chronicle 
of 
Lewis, of North Providence, and Lydia 
Comstock, daughter of Dr. Ezekiel, of 
Smithfield. Chronicle of 
Edward, merchant, and Abigail Smith, daugh- 
ter of Job, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Chronicle of 
John, of this town, merchant, and Lucy Dex- 
ter, daughter of James, of and at Cumber- 
land. Chronicle of 



July 17, 1794 

June 23, 1803 
Aug. 26, 1790 

■a t il l J 
■"■"Wi'iJII 

Feb. II, 1796 

Sept. I, 1796 

July 30, 1801 

April 12, 1804 

July 2, 1789 

Jan. 28, 1790 
Oct. II, 1792 

Jan. 8, 1784 

March 20, 1788 

March 3, 1791 
April 7, 1 79 1 

Nov. 10, 1 791 
Feb. 7, 1793 

Dec. 12, 1793 
Feb. 6, 1794 



52 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DEXTER Lucy, daughter of James, of Cumber- 
land, and John Dexter, of this town, mer- 
chant, at Cumberland. Chronicle of . Feb. 6, I794 

Abigail, daughter of Col. Knight, and Chris- 
topher C. Olney, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Chronicle of ^P^^ 27, 1797 

Stephen, of this town, merchant, and Phebe 

Champlain, at Newport. Chronicle of Nov. i, I79» 

Ebenezer K., merchant, and Waitstill 
Howell, eldest daughter of Hon. David, 
married by Rev. Dr. Gano, J^n- L i»oi 

DIXON Betsey, daughter of Robert, Esq and 

Dr. Jesse Wheaton, at Voluntown, Ct., Wiay 5, 179" 

DOCKRAY Nancy, eldest daughter of John B., 
Esq , merchant, and William Brown, of 
this town, merchant, at South Kingstown. 
Chronicle of i u<. P i)» / 

DODGE Nehemiah and Sally Tnpe, daiighter 

of the late Samuel, at Attleboro. Chroni- ^^^ ^^ 

cle of , 1 . r 

Rev Oliver and Sally Williams, daughter of 
the late John, Esq., both of Pomfret, Ct., 
at Glocester. Chronicle of July 23, ^502 

DONHAM Jesse and Betsey Fell, at Newport. ^ 

Chronicle of • , j u ' 

DORR Samuel G. and Henrietta Smith, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Howard. Chronicle 

DORRANCE Archibald, of Voluntown, Ct , 
and Deborah Bowen, daughter of Ichabod, 
Esq., of Coventry. Chronicle of Feb. 12, 1789 

Hon. John and Mrs. Amey Clarke, widow of 

Dr. John. Chronicle of Oct. 19, 1797 

Samuel and Mary Pitman, daughter of 

Saunders, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1803 

DORSEY Mrs. Anne, widow of Col. — 

Dorsey, and Oliver Bowen, Esq. Chroni- ^^^.^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

DOUBLEDAY Dorcas and Thomas Evans, at ^^^^ ^ ^^^^ 

Newport, t 1 c <- ' 

DOUGLASS Jean, aged 60, and John Stewart, 

a pensioner commonly called "Col. Stew- 

art," aged .08. at Aberseldy, Scot. 

Chronicle of ^ > -- 

DOWE Paul and Betsey Matilda Carpenter, 

daughter of Dr. Cyrel, at Foster. Chroni- ^^^^ 

DOWNING Eliza, daughter of the late John, ot 
Newport, and Valentine Martin, in this 
town, married by Rev. James Wilson, Uct. 7, U9^ 



Aug. 18, 1785 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 53 

DRAPER Paul and Polly Sweet, daughter of 

Capt. Nehemiah. Chronicle of Nov. 11,1790 

Aaron and Amelia Sweet, daughter of 

Capt. Nehemiah. Chronicle of Nov. 3, 1791 

DUANE William, editor of the Aurora, and Mrs. 
Margaret Hartman Bache. widow of Ben- 
jamin Franklin Bache, at Philadelphia, June 28, 1800 
DUNHAM Sally, daughter of Daniel, and 

George Bliss, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 17, 1789 

Charles and Hannah Kaighn, daughter of 
the late Charles, at Newport. Chronicle 
of Aug. 2, 1792 

Abigail, daughter of Benjamin, and Stephen 

Yates, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 27, 1792 

DUNN Nancy, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and 

Capt. William Jones. Chronicle of March 22, 1787 

Capt. Bernon and Amev Jackson, daughter 

of Capt. Daniel. Chronicle of Oct. 18. 1792 

DUNTON Ruth and Thomas P. Clarke, married 

by Rev. Mr. Gano. Chronicle of May 22, 1794 

DUNWP:LL Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. 
John, and William Brown, married by the 
Rev. Mr. Snow, Nov. 26, 1789 

DURFEE Sally, daughter of Capt. Ezekiel, and 

Henry Sweeting. Chronicle of May 28, 1795 

Polly, daughter of the late Capt. Ezekiel, of 

this town, and John Culverson, Jan. 20, 1799 

DYER Dr. Benjamin and Nabby Pearce, daugh- 
ter of Benoni. Chronicle of April 24, 1788 
Charles, Jr., and Hannah Field, daughter of 

Capt. John. Chronicle of May 10, 1798 

Elisha and Frances Jones, daughter of 

Thomas. Chronicle of Oct. 22, 1 801 

Phebe, daughter of Charles, of Cran.ston, and 

Capt. John F. Greene, of this town, July 6, 1803 



EAMES Nancy and John Harwood, printer, both 

of this town. Chronicle of July 25, 1799 

EARLE Dorcas, daughter of Capt. John, and 

Obadiah Williams, at F"riends' Meeting 

House, Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 24, 1789 

Sally, daughter of William, and Capt. Charles 

Sheldon. Chronicle of Nov. 24, 179 1 

Pliny, of Leicester, and Patience Buffum, 

daughter of William, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Smithfield. Chronicle of June 13, I793 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



EARLE Dexter and Amey Smith, of Johnston, 
married by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Capt. Oliver and Fanny Holroyd, daughter 
of William, in this town. Chronicle of 

Hepzibah and Henry Williams, in this town. 
Chronicle of 
EASTERBROOKS Polly, of Newport, and 
Wheeler Martin, of Providence, at New- 
port. Chronicle of 
EASTON Ann, daughter of Nicholas, of Ports- 
mouth, and John F. Townsend, of New- 
port, at Portsmouth. Chronicle of 
EDDY Polly, daughter of Esek, of this town, 
and Lieut. Jeremiah Greenman. Chroni- 
cle of 

Mrs. Martha, widow of Richard, Esq., and 
Capt. Daniel Bucklin. Chronicle of 

Benjamin, 2d, and Sally James, daughter of 
the late Allen, of Newport. Chronicle of 

Elder Michael, of Swanzey, and Phebe Wil- 
bour, daughter of Joseph, of and at Johns- 
ton, 

Esek, Jr., and Alice Williams, daughter of 
Andrew. Chronicle of 

Jesse, of Northbridge, and Sarah Congdon, 
daughter of Joseph, at the P'riends' Meet- 
ing House, in this town. Chronicle of 

Nabby, daughter of Esek, of this town, and 
Rufus Hawkins. Chronicle of 

Samuel, Esq., and Betsey Bucklin, daughter 
of Capt. Daniel. Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Comfort, of this town, and 
John Greenman, of Swanzey. Chronicle of 

Moses and Hannah Carpenter, both of this 
town. Chronicle of 

William, Jr., of this town, and Huldah Albro, 
daughter of Job, of P'oster. Chronicle of 

Jeremiah and Mrs. Sarah F"ield, daughter of 
the late Capt. Isaac. Chronicle of 

Lydia and William Tourtellot, both of and 
at Glocester. Chronicle of 

John and Patty Tefft, daughter of David, in 
this town, 

Samuel, Esq., and Martha Wheaton, daugh- 
ter of James. Chronicle of 
EELLS Robert and Huldah Bass, of and at 

Hanover, Mass. Chronicle of 
ELDERKIN Capt. Eleazer and Harriet Sabin, 
daughter of the late Capt. Thomas, mar- 
ried by the Rev. Mr. Crocker. Chroni- 
cle of 



May I, 


1798 


Dec. II, 


1800 


Sept. 29, 


1803 


March 12, 


1789 


Feb 16, 


1804 


Oct. 20, 


1784 


Feb. 16, 


1786 


March 22, 


1787 


Sept. 27, 


1787 


Jan. 28, 


1790 


Feb. 10, 


1791 


Feb. 2^, 


1792 


Nov. 15, 


1792 


Nov. 14, 


1793 


April 10, 


1794 


Sept. 4, 


1794 


Aug. 27, 


1795 


April 18, 


1799 


May 9, 


1799 


Dec. 10, 


1801 


March 5, 


1801 


Sept. 15, 


1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 55 

ELLERY Edmund Trowbridge, Esq., and Katy 
Almy, youngest daughter of Capt. Benja- 
min, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Sept. 30, 1792 
Betsey, eldest daughter of Christopher, Esq., 
and Samuel Vernon, 3d, at Newport. 
Chronicle of Jan. 13, 1785 
Christopher, Esq., and Clarrissa Bird, young- 
est daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., merchant, 
at Newport. Chronicle of Nov. 15, 1792 

ELLIOTT Ann, of Boston, and William Mum- 
ford, in this town, April 12, 1801 

ELLIS Mrs. Ann, widow of Thomas, and Caleb 

King. Chronicle of Jan. 24, 1793 

Lydia and Ephraim Pabodie. Chronicle of June 26, 1794 

James, Esq., and Martha Bridgham, daugh- 
ter of the late Dr. Joseph, at Rehoboth. 
Chronicle of Oct. 23, 1794 

Cyres, of this town, and Hannah Richmond, 

at Little Compton. Chronicle of Oct. 19, 1797 

EMERSON Joseph, of New London, and Mrs. 
Eliza P. Greene, of this town, at New Lon- 
don. Chronicle of Sept. 18, 1800 

ENGLISH Patty, daughter of the late Capt. 
William, and John Scott, at Newport, by 
Rev. William Smith, Sept. 22, 1791 

Polly and Capt. Jacob Smith, of this town, 

at Newport. Chronicle of Aug. 8, 1793 

EVANS Thomas and Dorcas Doubleday, at 

Newport, March 8, 1801 

EVENS Betsey, of Newport, and William Oxx, 

of Bristol. Chronicle of Aug. 16, 1798 

EVELETH Isaac, Jr., and Almy Taggart, 
daughter of the late William, Esq., of New- 
port. Chronicle of Nov. 29, 1799 

EYRES Almy, daughter of the late Dr. Thomas, 
and William Briggs, at Newport. Chroni- 
cle of Dec. 17, 1789 



FALCONET John Lewis Theodore Depalizeux 

and Ann Hunter, of Newport, R. I., at 

London, Eng., July 6, 1790 

FALES Nathaniel and Sarah Kirby Padelford, 

daughter of Hon. Seth, at Taunton. 

Chronicle of Feb. 16, 1804 



56 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FARNUM Capt. Zebedee, and Betsey Crapon, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chronicle 
of Jan. 9, 1794 

Royal and Eliza Whitney, in this town. 

Chronicle of Oct. 22, 1801 

FARQUHAR Margaret M., of Charleston, 
S. C, and James C. Greene, late of Provi- 
dence, at said Charleston. Chronicle of April 20, 1797 
FARRINGTON Daniel and Rebecca Wilde, 
daughter of Dea. Daniel, at Taunton. 
Chronicle of May 10, 1792 
FELL Betsey and Jesse Donham, at Newport. 

Chronicle of Oct. 2, 1794 

FENNER Arthur, 3d, and Lydia Sabin, daugh- 
ter of Thomas. Chronicle of Dec. 6, 1787 

James and Esther Herendeen, daughter of 
the late Richard, at Coventry. Chroni- 
cle of Feb. 12, 1789 

Jeremiah, of Coventry, and Betsey Greene, 
daughter of the late Col. Christopher, of 
Warwick. Chronicle of Oct. 8, 1789 

James, Esq., and Sally Jenckes, daughter of 

the late Capt. Sylvanus. Chronicle of Nov. 22, 1792 

Benjamin, of Coventry, and Polly Greene, 
daughter of the late Col. Christopher, at 
Warwick. Chronicle of March 6, 1794 

Joseph and Nancy Thurber, daughter of Ed- 
ward, Esq., in this town. Chronicle of Aug. 14, 1794 

Sally, daughter of Col. Richard, and Capt. 

Daniel Rhodes. Chronicle of Dec. 30, 1802 

Richard and Sarah Harris, at Cranston. 

Chronicle of March 31, 1803 

Phebe, daughter of William, dec, of Crans- 
ton, and Capt. Abel Slocum, at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. Chronicle of Oct. 6, 1803 

FISH Miss and Mr. Hooke, "the 

bait was i^ 10,000," at London, Eng. 
Chronicle of April 12, 1804 

FISHER Maria and Dr. Peter Clarke, both of 
and at New York, married by Rev. Mr. 
Clarke, of this town, July 15, 1797 

FIELD Betsey, daughter of Capt. John, and 

Andrew Taylor, July 6, 1768 

Nabby, youngest daughter of John, and Dan- 
iel Proud, married by Rev. Mr. Snow, Dec. 6, 1787 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of the late Capt. Isaac, 

and Jeremiah Eddy. Chronicle of Aug. 27, 1795 

Mrs. Mary and Nathaniel Williams. Chron- 
icle of March i, 1798 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. John, and Charles 

Dyer, Jr. Chronicle of May 10, 1798 



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57 



FIELD Samuel and Nancy French, in this town, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

William and Betsey Larkin, in this town. 
Chronicle of 

Richard and Eliza Snow, daughter of John, 
married by Rev. Mr. Snow, 

John, Jr., and Amey Larkin, daughter of 
Joseph. Chronicle of 

Simeon and Mary A. Warner, daughter of 
Capt. John S. Chronicle of 

Joseph and Susan Larkin. Chronicle of 

Isaac and Sally Berry, daughter of the late 
James. Chronicle of 
FISKE Barbara, daughter of Peleg, of Scituate, 
and Capt. Christopher Knight, of Crans- 
ton, at Scituate. Chronicle of 

Hannah, daughter of Dea. Moses, of Scit- 
uate, and Thomas Salisbury, of Cranston. 
Chronicle of 

Dorcas, of Scituate, and William Ashton, 
Jr., of this town. Chronicle of 

Abby, daughter of Caleb, Esq., and Cyrus 
Harris, Esq., at Scituate. Chronicle of 

Rev. John, of New Braintree, and Eliza Mel- 
len, daughter of Col. James, at Milford, 
married by Rev. Caleb Alexander, 

Abigail and John Flagg Fry. Chronicle of 
FLAGG Grace S., daughter of Col. Flagg, and 
Aaron Mann, of this town, at Boston. 
Chronicle of 

Polly, daughter o Major Elagg, of 

Charleston, S. C, and Ray Greene, Esq., 
of East Greenwich, at Charleston. Chron- 
icle of 
FLAHAVAN Biddy and Matthew Carey, 
printer, both of Philadelphia. Chronicle of 

FLETCHER Mrs. Sarah, widow of Dr. 

Fletcher, of Newport, and Oliver Leonard, 
formerly of Taunton, at Newport. Chron- 
icle of 
FLINT Rev Abel, of this town, and Amelia 
Bissell, daughter of Col. Hezekiah, of 
Windsor, Ct. Chronicle of 

FOBES Nancy, daughter of the Rev. Dr. 

Fobes, and Simeon Daggett, Preceptor of 
Taunton Academy, at Raynham. Chroni- 
cle of 
FOLLETT Capt. David and Tryphena Wil- 
marth, daughter of Capt. Moses, at Attle- 
boro. Chronicle of 



Oct. 14, 1798 

Nov. 15, 1798 

Feb. 14, 1799 

Nov. 9, 1799 

Dec. 2, 1803 
Dec. 15, 1803 

Jan. 26, 1804 

Dec. 12, 1793 

Jan. 9, 1794 
Nov. 6, 1794 
Aug. 4, 1796 



April 19, 1797 
April 25, 1799 



June II, 1789 

Aug. 7, 1794 
March 17, 1791 

F'eb. 24, 1791 
July 21, 1791 

Nov. 23, 1797 
March 14, 1799 



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FOOT Joseph Andrews and Susannah Thayer, 
both of this town. Chronicle of 

FORRESTER Ruth, daughter of the late Capt. 
Thomas, and George Washington Topham. 
Chronicle of 

FOSDICK Frances and Benjamin Smith, of 
this town, merchant, at Portland, Me., 

F0ST?:R Hon. John, Esq., Judge of the Court 
of Admiralty, and Susannah Procter. 
Chronicle of 
Ruth, daughter of the late Hon. Jedediah, of 
Brookfield, and Thomas Ives, Esq., attor- 
ney at law, of Great Barrington, at Brook- 
field. Chronicle of 
Theodosia, daughter of Theodore, Esq., and 
Stephen Tillinghast, merchant. Chroni- 
cle of 
Freelove, daughter of the late John, Esq., of 
this town, and Dr. Joseph Lee, of Smith- 
field, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. 
Chronicle of 
Mrs. Susannah, of this town, and Capt. Sam- 
uel Robinson, of Attleboro, married by 
Rev. Mr. Snow. Chronicle of 
Hon. Theodore and Esther Boweh Millard, 
daughter of Noah, Jr., of Foster, at Mt. 
Hygeia, Foster, by Rev. John Williams, 

FOUOUET Maria Jane and Robert Jenkins, 
merchant, at Newburyport, Mass. Chron- 
icle of 

FOWLE Catharine, daughter of Jonathan, and 
Squire Thurber. Chronicle of 

FOWLER Christopher and Nancy Clarke, 
daughter of Peleg, Esq., at Newport, 
Gardiner, merchant, and Sukey Bird, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel, at Newport. Chroni- 
cle of 

FRANCES John, merchant, late of Philadelphia, 
and Abby Brown, daughter of John, mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr. Manning, 
Sophia, daughter of Tench, Esq., and George 
Harrison, at Philadelphia. Chronicle of 

FRANCIS Thomas, merchant, and Dolly Will- 
ing, daughter of Thomas, Esq., at Phila- 
delphia. Chronicle of 
John G. and Rebecca Black, daughter of 
the late Samuel, married by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. Chronicle of 

FRANKLIN Sally, daughter of Capt. Asa, and 
John Olney Waterman, of this town. 
Chronicle of 



Oct. 19, 1797 

Oct. 27, 1796 
March i, 1803 

Jan. 12, 1786 

March 16, 1786 
May 29, 1794 

May 7, 1795 

April 20, 1797 

July 20, 1803 

July 7, 1803 

June 9, 1796 

Sept. 30, 1787 

Nov. 10, 1 79 1 

-Dec. 25, 1787 
March 8, 1792 

Oct. 16, 1794 

June 7, 1798 

Jan. I, 1784 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



59 



FRANKLIN Henry P., of New York, merchant, 
and Hannah C. Allen, daughter of the late 
Capt. Paul, of this town. Chronicle of 
James and Lucy Libby, in this town. 
Chronicle of 
FREERODY William and Sally Potter, daugh- 
ter of Ichabod, at Newport, married by 
Rev. James Sayre, rector of Church at 
Stratford, Ct., 
FREEMAN James Paine, of Barnstable, and 
Deborah Ide, daughter of Ezra, late of Re- 
hoboth, Del. Chronicle of 
FRENCH Dorothy, daughter of James, and 
Jonathan Brown, married by Rev. J. Ellis, 
at Rehoboth. Chronicle of 
Nancy and Samuel Field, in this town, mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
FROST Ebenezer Roby and Sukey Pitman, 
daughter of Saunders. Chronicle of 
Ebenezer R. and Mrs. Sabrina Horton. 

Chronicle of 
Ebenezer R. and Martha Peckham, both of 
this town, married by Rev^ Mr. Wilson, 
FROTH INGHAM Polly and Thomas Miller, at 

Cambridge. Chronicle of 
FRY Lucretia and George Sears, Jr., at New- 
port. Chronicle of 
John and Hannah Gorton, at East Green- 

^vich. Chronicle of 
Deborah, daughter of Joseph, of East Green- 
wich, and Capt. Bernard Mathewson, of 
Coventry. Chronicle of 
Henry and Hannah Niles, daughter of Jona- 
than, Esq., at East Greenwich. Chronicle 
of 
John Flagg and Abigail Fiske. Chronicle of 
FULLER Dr. Olney and Polly Treadwell, 
daughter of Capt. Jonathan, by the Rev\ 
Mr. Hitchcock. Chronicle of 
Eleanor and Waterman Carpenter. Chroni- 
cle of 
Capt. Oliver and PUiza Roome, at Rehoboth. 

Chronicle of 
Joseph, Jr., and Lucy Potter, daughter of 

Joseph. Chronicle of 
Caleb, of Attleboro, and Hannah Allen, of 
this town, married by Rev. Mr. Maxcy, 



Sept. 10, 1801 
May 10, 1804 

Sept. 19, 1791 

March 28, 1793 

March 28, 1793 
Oct. 14, 1798 
Jan. 14, 1790 
Dec. 29. 1796 
Aug. 18, 1799 
April 2, 1795 
July 31, 1788 
Oct. 13, 1791 

April II, 1793 



Feb. 16, 1797 
April 25, 1799 



Nov. 24, 1785 
Sept. 21, 1791 

May 16, 1793 
Sept. II, 1794 
Sept. 29, 1799 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



Q 



GANDER Prater and Susannah Goose, at Wex- 
ford, April 19, 1803 
GANO Rev. Stephen, of this town, and Polly 
Brown, daughter of the late Joseph, Esq. 
Chronicle of July 25, 1799 
GARDINER Hannah, daughter of Capt. Robert, 
late of Boston, dec, and Benjamin Whit- 
man, married by Rev. Mr. Badger, May 6, 1788 

Sally, daughter of Col. Caleb, and Benjamin 
Talbot, Jr., married by Rev. Mr. Snow. 
Chronicle of Dec. 11, 1788 

Nabby, daughter of the late Ephraim, Esq., 
and George Lawton, of Newport, at North 
Kingstown. Chronicle of Jan. 28, 1790 

Mrs. Sarah, widow of Capt. Daniel, and Dr. 

George Hazard, at Newport. Chronicle of Oct. 14, 1790 

Dr. Walter C, of South Kingstown, 
and Eliza Wickham, second daughter of 
Thomas, Esq., merchant, at Trinity 
Church, Newport, Dec. 6, 1792 

Maria, eldest daughter of Capt. Caleb, and 

Audley Clarke, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 18, 1794 

Emma, daughter of Col. John, and Phila 
Day, of Catskill, N. Y., at South Kings- 
town. Chronicle of June 5, 1800 

Benjamin, Esq., of Middletown, and Mary 
Howland, daughter of the late John, of 
and at Jamestown, married by Rev. Theo- 
dore Dehon, ' March 5, 1801 

Robert C, Esq., of South Kingstown, and 
Julia Day. at Catskill, N. Y. Chronicle of April 12, 1804 
GARRISON Nicholas and Mrs. Deborah King, 
widow of Zebulon, at Newport, married by 
Rev. Mr. Smith, March 9, 1800 

GAY William, of Sufifield, Ct., and Betsey Rich- 
mond, of Tiverton, in this town. Chroni- 
cle of Oct. 6, 1796 
GENF^T Citizen Charles Edward, and Cornelia 
Tappen Clinton, daughter of Gov. George, 
married by Rev. Dr. Rogers, at Philadel- 
phia, Nov. 6, 1794 
GIBSON Betsey, of this town, and Oliver 
Capron, of East Greenwich, married by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Chronicle of June 26, 1800 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



61 



GIFFORD Mrs. Mehitable, widow of John, and 

Thomas Bennett. Chronicle of 
Peleg, of this town, merchant, and Rebecca 

Cummings, of and at Boston. Chronicle 

of 
, GILBERT Ezekiel, Esq., attorney at law, and 

Angelina Olney, daughter of Capt. Joseph, 

at Hudson, N. Y. Chronicle of 
GILMORE Nancy, daughter of Nathaniel, and 

Samuel Johnson. Chronicle of 
GILPIN John B., Esq., British Consul for R. I., 

and Mary L. Miller, daughter of the late 

Capt. John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Dehon, 
GLADDING Henrietta, daughter of Benjamin, 

and William Pabodie. Chronicle of 
Jonathan, merchant, and Cynthia Sweet, 

daughter of Nehemiah. Chronicle of 
Nancy, daughter of Timothy, and John 

Greene. Chronicle of 
Nancy, daughter of the late Charles, and 

Jeremiah Martin. Chronicle of 
Haile and Freelove Wheaton, daughter of 

James. Chronicle of 
Allen and Charlotte Carpenter, daughter of 

Oliver, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, 
Mrs. Freelove, widow of John VV., and Capt. 

Peter Taylor, 
Anstress, daughter of Benjamin, of this 

town, and Benjamin Snow, married by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chronicle of 
Benjamin, Jr., and Sarah Russell, daughter 

of John, of and at this town. Chronicle of 
Betsey, daughter of Timothy, of this town, 

and David Pettey, married by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
John and Mary Perrin, daughter of John, in 

this town. Chronicle of 
GLENTWORTH Mrs. Sarah, of Philadelphia, 

and Anthony Simmons, of Rhode Island, 

at Philadelphia, 
GLOVER Mrs. , of Marblehead. and El- 

kanah Watson, of Plymouth. Chronicle of 
GODDARD William, Esq., printer, of Balti- 
more, Md., and Abigail Angell, eldest 

daughter of the late Brigade General 

Angell, married by Rev. Mr. Oliver, at 
Cranston, 
Mrs. Mary, wiaow of Capt. John, and Col. 
Isaac Dayton, at Newport. Chronicle of 



April 27, 1786 

Feb. 15, 1798 

March 16, 1786 
Jan. 10, 1793 

Nov. 27, 1803 

April 3, 1794 

June 5, 1794 

July 16, 1795 

Jan. 18, 1798 

March 22, 1798 

June 23, 1799 

Sept. 14, 1800 

March 31, 1803 
June 23, 1803 

Dec. 4, 1803 
March 29, 1804 

May 25, 1795 
Feb. 2, 1792 

May 25, 1786 
Oct. 2. 1794 



62 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GODDARD Hannah and Capt. Edward Jeffrey, 
of New London. Chronicle of 

GODFREY Brigadier General , and 

Abigail Dean, widow, at Taunton. Chron- 
icle of , ^ jr 

Capt. Christopher and Rebecca Godfrey, 

daughter of Capt. Samuel. Chronicle of 
Rebecca, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and 
Capt. Christopher Godfrey. Chronicle of 

Capt. Samuel and Mrs. Chaffee, both 

of this town. Chronicle of 
Betsey, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and Levi 
Hall, in this town. Chronicle of 
GOFF Sally, daughter of the late Charles, of 
Cranston, and Sabin Lewis, at Johnston. 
Chronicle of 
GOOSE Susannah and Prater Gander, at Wex- 
ford, 
GORHAM Hannah, eldest daughter of the late 
Major Jabez, and Dexter Thurber. Chron- 
icle of 
GORTON Hannah and John Fry, at East 

Greenwich Chronicle of 
GOULD Samuel and Sally Ann Campbell, 
daughter of the late Alexander, Esq., at 
East Greenwich. Chronicle of 
Mary, daughter of John, of Portsmouth, and 
Joseph Anthony, of this town, at the 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Chron- 
icle of . /-. u 
GRAFTON Joseph, pastor of a Baptist Church 
at Newton, and Sally Robinson, daughter 
of Dr. Robinson, of and at Plainfield, Ct. 
Chronicle of 
GRAMON Capt. James, of Cape Francois, and 
Polly Nightingale, daughter of Samuel, 
Esq., of this town. Chronicle of 
GRANT Moses, merchant, and Mrs. Ann Jen- 
kins, both of Boston, in this town, by Rev. 
IVIr Clarice 
Sarah and Cornelius Coolidge, merchant, at 
Boston. Chronicle of 
GRAVES Sophia, daughter of the late Rev. 
John, and Capt. Stephen Jackson. Chron- 
icle of 
Susannah and William Coffin, at Long 

Island. Chronicle of 
Mary, youngest daughter of Capt. James, 
of this town, and John F. Cibbs, at 
Fall River, by Rev. James Boomer. 
Chronicle of 



Sept. 5, 1799 

Nov. 16, 1786 
Aug. 25, 1 79 1 
Aug. 25, 1791 
Jan. 9, 1794 
April 20, 1797 

May 2, 1793 
April 19, 1803 

June 9, 1803 
Oct. 13, 1 791 

April I, 1789 

May 14, 1801 

Nov. 13, 1788 

June 9, 1785 

Feb. 14, 1798 
Feb. 25, 1802 

Nov. 28, 1729 
March 5, 1801 

March 31, 1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



63 



GRAY Mrs. Hannah and George Cook, at 
Tiverton. Chronicle of 
Lydia, daughter of Amasa, and Benjamin 

Aplin, Jr. Chronicle of 
Rev. Thomas and Debby Stillman, youngest 
daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Stillman, at 
Boston. Chronicle of 

Prudence, daughter of Philip, Esq., of Tiver- 
ton, and John Maguire, of this town, at 
Tiverton, 

Nabby and Peter Chandler, of Pomfret, at 
Windham, Ct. Chronicle of 
GREENE Thomas, of this town, and Waite 
Comstock, daughter of the late Ezekiel, of 
Smithfield, married at Friends' Meeting 
House, Providence, 

Maria, daughter of Jacob, of Coventry, and 
Benjamin Sumner, of Boston, married by 
Rev. Mr. Hitchcock. Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Caleb, and Henry 
Comstock, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Providence. Chronicle of 

Capt. John and Hannah Mumford, youngest 
daughter of Peter, at Newport. Chronicle 
of 

Betsey, daughter of the late Col. Christo- 
pher, of Warwick, and Jeremiah Fenner, 
of Coventry. Chronicle of 

John, of Johnston^ and Deborah Mathewson, 
daughter of Thomas, at Scituate, 

Jeremiah and Lydia Arnold, daughter of 
Col. William, at East Greenwich. Chroni- 
cle of 

Nathaniel, of East Greenwich, and Abigail 
Arnold, daughter of Jonathan, of Smith- 
field, at the P'riends' Meeting House, 
Smithfield. Chronicle of 

Caleb, of Bedford, and Amey Harris, daugh- 
ter of David, Esq., of Smithfield, at 
P>iends' Meeting House, in this town, 

Susannah, daughter of Dea. James, and 
Nathaniel Richmond. Chronicle of 

Mrs. Susannah and Rev. John Pitman, in 
this town, married by Rev. Mr. Maxcy. 
Chronicle of 

Timothy, Esq., of Worcester, attorney at 
law, and Polly Martin, daughter of Joseph, 
Esq., of this town. Chronicle of 

Samuel, of Coventry, son of Job, and Bar- 
bara Sheldon, daughter of James, of and 
at Cranston. Chronicle of 



Aug. 12, 1790 
Dec. 27, 1792 

May 30, 1793 

Dec. 24, 1793 
March 29, 1798 

March 8, 1787 

Jan. 3, 1788 

Jan. 10, 1788 

Feb. 26, 1789 

Oct. 8, 1789 
Nov. 21, 1789 

Oct. 14, 1790 

Feb. 10, 1791 

May 26, 1 79 1 
Nov. 16, 1 79 1 

Sept. 13, 1792 

March 14, 1793 

July 25, 1793 



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GREENE Sarah and Daniel Rowland, Jr., at 
Friends' Meeting House, East Greenwich. 

Chronicle of ^ „ n.T- w i 

Samuel W., merchant, and Polly Nightmgale 
only daughter of Col. Joseph. Chronicle of 
William P., of Coventry, and Nabby Shel- 
don, daughter of James, of and at Crans- 
ton. Chronicle of ,, , ,. j i,^ 
Benjamin D. and Esther Bucklm, daughter 

of David, at Coventry. Chronicle of 
Polly daughter of the late Col. Christopher, 
and Benjamin Fenner, of Coventry, at 
Warwick. Chronicle of 
Elizabeth, daughter of John, of Charlestown, 
R. I., and Peleg Wightman, of Cranston, 
at Charlestown. Chronicle of 
Rav Esq., of East Greenwich, and Polly 

Flagg, daughter of Major Flagg, of 

and at Charleston, S. C. Chronicle of 
Luther and Phebe Stanton, m this town. 
Chronicle of , , x 

Caleb, Jr., and Sally R. Greene, daughter of 
Capt. Thomas, of and at Warwick. 
Chronicle of ^ m^i i: 

Sally R., daughter of Capt. Thomas of 
Warwick, and Caleb Greene, Jr., at War- 
wick. Chronicle of , ,;r • 
Martha W., daughter of the late Major 
General Nathaniel, and John C. Nightin- 
gale, of this town, at Mulberry Grove, Ga. 
Chronicle of , , r -r- 
John and Nancy Gladding, daughter of i im- 

othy. Chronicle of 
Capt. William and Polly Low, daughter of 

John, at Warwick. Chronicle of 
James C, late of Providence, and Margaret 
M. Farquhar, of and at Charleston, S. C. 
Chronicle of ^ • /- 

Col Samuel, editor of the Connecticut Ga- 
zette, and Sally Poole, daughter of 
Thomas, Esq., at New London. Chronicle 

Phebe and Benoni Lockwood, both of Paw- 
tuxet. Chronicle of 

John and Abigail H olden, daughter of 
Charles, in this town. Chronicle of 

Nancy and James Tucker, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Eliza P., of this town, and Joseph 
Emerson, of and at New London. Chron- 
icle of 



Aug. 8, 1793 
Oct. 17, 1793 

Nov. 21, 1793 
Dec. 26, 1793 

March 6, 1794 

Aug. 7, 1794 

Aug. 7, 1794 
March 5, 1795 

March 12, 1795 

March 12, 1795 

May 14, 1795 

July 16, 1795 

Jan. 5, 1797 

April 20, 1797 

Jan. 18, 1798 

May 24, 1798 

Nov. 9, 1799 

Feb. 9, 1800 

Sept. 18, 1800 



UNITED STATE8 CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 65 

GREENE Martha, daughter of Sylvester, and 
Isaac Manchester, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Jan. ii, 1801 

Mary, daughter of the late Capt. Caleb, and 
James Aborn, in this town, by Rev. 
James Wilson. Chronicle of April 23, 1801 

Benjamin Dexter and Rebecca Taylor, 
daughter of the late Col. Robert. Chron- 
icle of Dec. 3, 1801 
William and Mary Westcott, daughter of the 

late Capt. S . Chronicle of Feb. 11, 1802 

Cornelia L., daughter of the late Major 
General Greene, and Peyton Skipwith, 
Jr., son of Sir P., in South Carolina. 
Chronicle of June 3, 1802 

Rufus, formerly of this town, and Eliza Sher- 
wood, of and at New York. Chronicle of March 10, 1803 
Capt. John P., of this town, and Phebe 

Dyer, daughter of Charles, of Cranston, July 6, 1803 

GREENLEAF Thomas, printer, and Nancy 

Quackenbos, at New York. Chronicle of Nov. 3, 1791 

GREENMAN Lieut. Jeremiah and Polly Edd)^, 
daughter of Esek. of this town. Chroni- 
cle of Oct. 20, 1784 
John, of Swanzey, and Sally Eddy, daughter 

of Comfort, of this town. Chronicle of Nov. 14, 1793 

GREENWOOD John, dentist, and Betsey 

Weaver, at New York. Chronicle of April 17, 1788 

Isaac, dentist, and Debby Langley, eldest 
daughter of William, Esq., at Newport. 
Chronicle of May 8, 1788 

Lydia and Elkanah Humphrey, Jr. Chroni- 
cle of Dec. 29, 1796 
GREW Henry, merchant, and Susan Pitman, 

eldest daughter of Isaac. Chronicle of July i, 1802 

GRIFFITHS Polly, daughter of John, and 

Amos Turner. Chronicle of Nov. 5, 1789 

GRIMKE Mary, of Charleston, S. C, and 
Henry Ward, in this town, married by 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, Aug. 3, 1799 

GRINNELL Peter and Polly Andrews, daugh- 
ter of Col. Zephaniah. Chronicle of Dec. 15, 1784 
GRISWOLD Roger, Esq., attorney at law, and 

Fanny Rogers, at Norwich. Chronicle of Nov. 6, 1788 

GROSVENOR Col. Thomas, of Pomfret, Ct., 
and Nancy Mumford, daughter of Peter, 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Bishop Sea- 
bury, June 10, 1785 
Zerviah and Stephen Hubbard, merchant, of 
this town. Chronicle of Sept. 29, 1803 



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GUDGING Betsey, of this town, and Isaac 
Boarom, of New York. Chronicle of 

H 

HAD WEN Sally, daughter of John, and Wil- 
liam T. Slocum, merchant, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
Margaret, daughter of John, of Newport, 
merchant, and Joseph Barker, Esq., of 
Tiverton, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Newport. Chronicle of 
Dorcas, daughter of John, merchant, and 
Obadiah Brown, of this town, merchant, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport, 
HALL Dickson, of Voluntown, and Sally Ran- 
dall, daughter of Benjamin, of this town, 
married by Rev. Mr. Snow, 
Sally and Thomas Cooke. Chronicle of 
Levi and Betsey Godfrey, daughter of Capt. 
Samuel, in this town. Chronicle of 
HALLIBURTON William Hersey Otis and 
Mrs. Susannah Davis, widow of Benjamm, 
of Pennsylvania, and second daughter of 
Michael Franklin, formerly Lieut. Gover- 
nor of the Province of Nova Scotia, at 
Windsor, N. S. Chronicle of 
HALLOWELL Capt. George and Martha 
Whipple, daughter of Col. Simon, at 
Cumberland. Chronicle of 
HALSEY Thomas Lloyd, merchant, and Polly 
Smith, daughter of Capt. Simon. Chroni- 
cle of 
HAMM Benjamin and Betsey Woodward. 

Chronicle of 
HAMMOND Sally, of this town, and John 
Truman, of New London. Chronicle of 

Betsey, daughter of the late Paine, and Capt. 
David M. Coggeshall, at Newport, mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr. Patten, 

James and Mrs. Mary Harper. Chronicle of 

Jeremiah and Sally Ide, in this town. 
Chronicle of 
HANDY Capt. Charles and Mrs. Abigail Wil- 
kinson, at Nevvport. Chronicle of 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Charles, and 
Rev. Henry Moscrop, of Nansemond Co., 
Va., at Newport. Chronicle of 

Merebah, eldest daughter of Major John, of 
Newport, and Capt. Frederick William 
Callahan, at Newport. Chronicle of 



Jan. 14, 1796 

Aug. 15, 1793 

Jan. 19, 1797 
March i, 1798 



Dec. 20, 1789 
June 13, 1793 

April 20, 1797 



Feb. 16, 1804 

Jan. 23, 1794 

Oct. 2, 1788 

June 19, 1794 

Jan. 30, 1794 

March 9, 1800 
Nov. 10, 1803 

April 12, 1804 

July 5, 1787 

Dec. 24, 1789 

Oct. 2, 1794 



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67 



HARDENBURGH John and Mrs. 

Larcher, widow of John. Chronicle of 
HARDING Hezekiah and Sally Seamans, 

daughter of Martin. Chronicle of 
HARPER Hon. Robert Goodloe, Esq., and 

Miss Carroll, daughter of Hon. 

Charles, of Carrollton, Md., married by 
Rt. Rev. Bishop Carroll, at Baltimore. 
Chronicle of 

Mrs. Mary and James Hammond. Chroni- 
cle of 
HARRIS George, of Smithfield, and Ruth Bor- 
den, daughter of Richard, of Tiverton, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Tiverton. 
Chronicle of 

Amey, daughter of David, Esq., of Smith- 
field, and Caleb Greene, of Bedford, at 
Friends' Meeting House, in this town, 

Stephen and Abigail Gushing, daughter of 
the late Benjamin, Esq., in this town. 
Chronicle of 

Cyrus, Esq , and Abby Fiske, daughter of 
Caleb, Esq., at Scituate. Chronicle of 

Harding, Esq., of Johnston, and Abigail 
Smith, daughter of John, Esq., of this 
town, married by Rev. Mr. Usher, 

Tabitha, daughter of John, Esq., and Capt. 
Richard Rhodes, at Scituate. Chroni- 
cle of 

Sarah and Richard Fenner, at Cranston. 
Chronicle of 
HARRISON Mrs. Rebecca, widow of Dr. Jo- 
seph, and John Hewett, at Hudson, N. Y. 
Chronicle of 

George and Sophia Francis, daughter of 

Tench, Esq., at Philadelphia. Chronicle of 

HART Ruth and John Stratton, Jr., at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Bradley. Chronicle of 
HARTSHORN Jacob and Lucy Larshar, 
daughter of Capt. John. Chronicle of 

Hannah, daughter of Stephen, and William 
Sheldon, married by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock. 
Chronicle of 
HARWOOD Edward and Catharine Sherman, 
at Newport. Chronicle of 

John, printer, and Nancy Eames, both of 
this town. Chronicle of 
HASKINS Deborah, daughter of John, of 
Salem, and Rev. Mase Sheperd, of Little 
Compton, R. I., 



March 15, 1787 
Sept. 26, 1799 

May 21, 1801 
Nov. 10, 1803 

Dec. 6, 1787 

May 26, 1 79 1 

Aug. 16, 1792 
Aug. 4, 1796 

Aug. 21, 1796 

Nov. 30, 1798 
March 31, 1803 

March 16, 1786 

March 8, 1792 

March 11, 1802 

Jan. 27, 1785 

Jan. 19, 1786 

March 31, 1796 

July 25, 1799 

June 25, 1768 



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RASKINS Mrs. Betsey, daughter of Capt. Jacob, 
of Taunton, and Thomas Danforth, at Bris- 
tol. Chronicle of 
HAWES William, of Wrentham, and Eunice 
Daggett, of Attleboro. Chronicle of 
Joseph and Sally Hopkins, daughter of the 
late Samuel, in this town, 
HAWKINS Rufus and Nabby Eddy, daughter 
of Esek, of this town. Chronicle of 
Mary, of North Providence, daughter of 
Joseph, and Elhanan Martin, of Troy, 
N. Y., merchant. Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of the late Edward, and 

James Sinkins. Chronicle of 
Joseph, editor of Columbian Phenix, of Bos- 
ton, and Mrs. Hannah Sweetland, of and 
at Hartford, Ct. Chronicle of 
Eliza, daughter of the late Edward, and 

Joseph Simmons. Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of the late Abraham, and 
Thomas Wood, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, at North Providence, 
HAYDON Rebecca, of New Bedford, daughter 
of the late Capt. James, formerly of New- 
port, and James Centre, married by Rev. 
Gardiner Thurston, at Newport, 
HAYLEY Mrs. Mary and Patrick Jeffrey, at 
Boston. Chronicle of 

HAYWARD Dr. N and Anna Winslow, 

both of Plymouth, Mass. Chronicle of 
HAYWOOD Sally and Seth Cleveland, in this 

town, 
HAZARD Dr. George and Mrs. Sarah Gardi- 
ner, widow of Capt. Daniel, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
Betsey, daughter of George, and Nathaniel 

Richmona, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Mumford, of Newport, and Eliza Robinson, 
daughter of Chri.stopher, at South Kings- 
town. Chronicle of 
Nathaniel, P:sq., of Newport, and Sarah C. 
Wales, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of 
Taunton, Mass., 
HEALEY Betsey and Parley E. Howe, at 

Smithfield. Chronicle of 
HEATON Polly, daughter of Nathaniel, and 
Amasa Cooke, married at Wrentham, by 
Rev. William Williams. Chronicle of 
David, merchant, and Louisa Hill, married 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Aug. 31, 1786 

Nov. 14, 1793 

March 22, 1801 

Feb. 23, 1792 

Aug. 27, 1795 
Dec. 31, 1795 

March 20, 1800 
Dec. 24, 1 80 1 

Jan. 27, 1803 

May 23, 1792 

June 15, 1786 

Dec. 10, 1795 

May 10, 1801 

Oct. 14, 1790 
Nov. 6, 1794 

March 3, 1796 

March 17, 1803 
Jan. 8, 1795 

Jan. 25, 1798 
March 24, 1800 



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69 



HEFFERLON Jeremiah and Nancy Morse, in 

this town. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Nancy and Joseph Tabor, both of this 

town, 
HENRY John and Mary Arnold, both of this 

town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Sally and James Anthony, in this town. 

Chronicle of 
HERENDEEN Esther, daughter of the late 

Richard, and James Fenner, at Coventry. 

Chronicle of 
HERENDEN Elisha, aged 83 years, and Mrs. 

Eleanor Lushure, aged 88 years; she being 

his 8th wife, at Glocester, married by Z. 

Hopkins, Esq., 
HERRESHOFI'^ Charles F., merchant, and 

Sally Brown, second daughter of Hon. 

John, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HEWETT John and Mrs. Rebecca Harrison, 

widow of Dr. Joseph, at Hudson, N. Y. 

Chronicle of 
HICKS Thomas, of Portsmouth, and Lydia 

Irish, daughter of Charles, of this town. 

Chronicle of 
Capt. David and Rosamond Seamans, daugh- 
ter of Martin. Chronicle of 
HILL Christopher and Polly Steavens. Chroni- 
cle of 
Rebecca, daughter of Caleb, and Stephen 

Bowen, of Coventry, at North Kingstown. 

Chronicle of 
Louisa and David Heaton, merchant, 

married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
HOADLEY Elizabeth and William Knight, at 

Sussex, Eng., after a courtship of 24 

years. Chronicle of 
HODGES James, merchant, and Joanna Tilling- 

hast, daughter of Nicholas, Esq., at Taun- 
ton. Chronicle of 
James, merchant, and Nelly Cobb, daughter 

of Hon. David, at Taunton. Chronicle of 
Lydia G., of Taunton, and Amasa Mason, 

merchant, of this town, at Taunton. 

Chronicle of 
HOGG Sophia Caroline, and John Claude, both 

of the New York Theatre, at New York. 

Chronicle of 
HOLDEN Capt. Thomas and Sally Low, daugh- 
ter of John, at Warwick. Chronicle of 
Abigail, daughter of Charles, and John 
Greene, in this town. Chronicle of 



March 17, 1796 

June 12, 1803 

Oct. 6, 1799 

April 19, 1804 

Feb. 12, 1789 

Oct. 20, 1797 

July 2, i8or 

March 16, 1786 

April 19, 1792 
Dec. 19, 1799 
Dec. 20, 1787 

Jan. 23, 1800 
March 24, 1800 

March 16, 1786 

Aug. 17, 1786 
March i, 1792 

Nov. 30, 1798 

May 10, 1804 
Jan. 5, 1797 
Nov. 9, 1799 



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HOLMES John and Sally Newell, daughter of 
Robert, Esq. Chronicle of 
Margaret and John P. Thompson, Esq., 
editor of the Fredericksburg Herald, at 
F'redericksburg, Md. Chronicle of 
John and Sally Alger, daughter of Capt. 
Benjamin, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Chronicle of 
HOLROYD Fanny, daughter of William, and 
Capt. Oliver Earle, in this town. Chron- 
icle of 
William, Jr., merchant, and Julia M. W^ood- 
ruff, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HOMER Ruth and Peter Remy Arsonneau, 
formerly of this town, at Boston. Chroni- 
cle of 

HOOKE Mr. and Miss Fish. 

"The bait was ;^io,ooo," at London, Eng. 
Chronicle of 
HOOKEY Anne, daughter of the late John, and 

Samuel Carr, at Newport. Chronicle of 
HOPKINS Stephen, Jr., merchant, and Polly 
Rodman, daughter of the late Capt. W^ill- 
iam, of Newport. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Zerviah Charlotte, widow of Samuel, 
and Caleb Wheaton. married by Rev. Mr. 
Snow. Chronicle of 
Rhody, daughter of Rev. Samuel, and Capt. 
John Anthony, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Sylvanus and Polly Wanton, daughter of the 
late Capt. Peter, of Newport. Chronicle 
of 
Desire, daughter of Esek, and Samuel Leon- 
ard, Esq , of Taunton. Chronicle of 
Susannah, daughter of Esek, Esq., and Rev. 
Jonathan Maxcy, pastor of Baptist Church, 
in this town. Chronicle of 

, daughter of Samuel, and Joseph 

James, printer, at Philadelphia, at the 
I^'riends' Meeting House. Chronicle of 
William, of this town, and Peggy Cheever, 

of Wrentham. Chronicle of 
Rev. Dr. Samuel and Elizabeth West, married 

by Rev. William Patten, at Newport, 
Sally, daughter of the late Samuel, and 

Joseph Hawes, in this town, 
Stephen and Nancy Brownell, second 
daughter of Stephen. Chronicle of 
HOPPIN Davis W. and Hannah Brown, daugh- 
ter of Esek, of this town. Chronicle of 



April 9, 1795 

Dec. 23, 1802 

Oct. 6, 1803 

Dec. II, 1800 
June 2, 1803 

June 23, 178 

April 12, 1804 
Dec. 17, 1789 

Feb. 10, 1785 

Dec. 25, 1788 
Aug. 13, 1789 

Feb. 10, 1791 
Aug. 4, 1791 

Sept. I, 1 79 1 

Oct. 6, 1791 

July 10, 1794 

Sept. 14, 1794 

March 22, 1801 

Oct. 29, 1 80 1 

March 14, 1793 



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71 



HOPPIN Col. Benjamin, of this town, and Mrs. 
Mary ' Whitney, of and at Warwick. 
Chronicle of 

Dr. George W. and Mary Philbrooks, in this 
town. Chronicle of 

Major Benjamin, Jr., of this town, and 
Esther Field Warren, daughter of the late 
Capt. William, of and at Middletown, Ct., 
HORSWELL Ephraim W. and Mary R. Ca- 
hoone, eldest daughter of the late Capt. 
Isaiah, m this town, married by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 
HORTON Polly and Nathaniel Walker, both of 
this town. Chronicle of 

Mrs. Sabina and Ebenezer R. Frost. Chron- 
icle of 

Jacob, of Blackley, Penn., and Patience Viall, 
of this town, at Philadelphia, married by 
Rev. Mr. Rogers. Chronicle of 
HOWE Samuel, of Connecticut, and Mrs. Sally 
Bradford, of this town. Chronicle of 

Parley E. and Betsey Healey, at Smithfield. 
Chronicle of 
HOWARD Joseph, of Warwick, and Sally How- 
ard, daughter of Thomas, of and at Paw- 
tuxet. Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Thomas, of Pawtuxet, and 
Joseph Howard, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet. 
Chronicle of 

Mrs. Mary, of Bristol, Eng., and Seabury 
Soule, merchant, of this town. Chroni- 
cle of 

Phebe and Weston Clarke, at Middletown, 
by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Chronicle of 

Philip, Esq.. and Mary Sole, daughter of 
Capt. Samuel, of this town, at Woodstock, 
Ct. Chronicle of 
HOWELL Dr. Jeremiah B. and Martha Brown, 
daughter of the late John (S. E). Chroni- 
cle of 

Waitstill, eldest daughter of Hon. David, 
and Ebenezer K. Dexter, merchant, mar- 
ried by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HOWL AND John and Polly Carlile, daughter 
of John. Chronicle of 

Elizabeth and Jeremiah Russell. Chroni- 
cle of 

Daniel, Jr., and Sarah Greene, at Friends' 
Meeting House, East Greenwich. Chroni- 
cle of 



June 5, 1794 
Sept. 10, 1801 

Nov. 27, 1802 

April 26, 1801 
Dec. 18, 1794 
Dec. 29, 1796 

Jan. 10, 1799 

Sept. 24, 1789 

Jan. 8, 1795 

March 6, 1794 

March 6, 1794 

Aug. 16, 1798 
March 13, 1800 

Dec. 10, 1801 

Oct. 24, 1793 

Jan. I, 1801 
Feb. 7, 1788 
April I, 1790 

Aug. 8, 1793 



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ROWLAND Nancy, daughter of the late Capt. 

William, and James Taylor, at Newport, 

married by Rev. Mr. Patten. Chronicle of 
Mary, daughter of the late John, of James- 
town, and Benjamin Gardiner, Esq., of 

Middletown, at Jamestown, married by 

Rev. Theodore Dehon, 
HOYLE Catharine and David Carr, in this 

town. Chronicle of 
HUBBARD Cynthia, daughter of Ezra, and 

Abel Allen. Chronicle of 
William and Hannah Brayton, of and at 

Warren. Chronicle of 
Amelia, daughter of John, and Solomon 

Townsend, of Providence, at Newport. 

Chronicle of 
Stephen, merchant, of this town, and Zerviah 

Grosvenor. Chronicle of 
HUDSON Samuel and Phebe Vose, daughter 

of Edward, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Thomas and Betsey Newton, daughter of 

John, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Olive, daughter of Barzillai, Senior Editor of 

the "Connecticut Courant," and David 

Watkins, of Hartford, merchant, at Hart- 
ford. Chronicle of 
HUGHES Mary, daughter of Major Thomas, 

and Capt. Burrows Aborn, married by 

Rev. Dr. Maxcy, 
HUMPHREY Elkanah, Jr., and Lydia Green- 
wood. Chronicle of 
Dr. Hosea, of North Providence, and Rachal 

Allen, daughter of Abner, of Rehoboth. 

Chronicle of 
HUNT Nancy, daughter of Joseph W., and 

Levi Read, married at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilder. Chronicle of 
HUNTER Ann, of Newport, and John Lewis 

Theodore Depalizeux Falconet, at London, 

Eng., 
James, of Marlboro, and Isabella Daniel, of 

Newport, at Albany, N. Y. Chronicle of 
HUNTINGTON Capt. David and Elizabeth 

Barker, daughter of Abraham, of Tiverton. 

Chronicle of 
Capt. Joseph and Sally Wanton, daughter of 

the late Capt. Edward, at Newport. 

Chronicle of 
HURLBURT Hannah and Rev. William Patten, 

of Newport, at New London. Chronicle of 



April 1 8, 1799 

March 5, 1801 

May 15, 1794 

Dec. 23, 1790 

March 12, 1801 

March 25, 1802 

Sept. 29, 1803 

Dec. 27, 1798 

Dec. 27, 1798 

June 2, 1803 

April 21, 1799 
Dec. 29, 1796 

Nov. 15, 1798 

March 13, 1800 

July 6, 1790 
Aug. 18, 1791 

April 3, 1788 

Sept. 20, 1792 
Sept. 22, 1796 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



73 



HUTCHINS James R., printer, of Windsor, and 
Marianne Thomas, only daughter of Isaiah, 
Esq., of Worcester, at Menotomy, by Rev. 
Mr. F'iske. Chronicle of 

I 

IDE Deborah, daughter of Ezra, late of Reho- 
both, deceased, and James Payne Free- 
man, of Barnstable. Chronicle of 
Sally and Jeremiah Hammond, in this town. 
Chronicle of 
INGRAHAM Polly, of Bristol, and John James, 

of this town, at Bristol. Chronicle of 
IRISH Polly, daughter of Col. George, and Eas- 
ton Bailey, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Lydia, daughter of Charles, of this town, and 
Thomas Hicks, of Portsmouth. Chronicle 
of 
Sally, daughter of Col. George, and William 

Bailey, at Middletown. Chronicle of 
Phebe, daughter of the late Col. George, and 
Samuel Almy, at Middletown. Chronicle 
of 
IVES Thomas, Esq., Attorney-at-law, of Great 
Barrington, Mass., and Ruth Foster, 
daughter of the late Hon. Jedediah, of and 
at Brookfield. Chronicle of 
Thomas P. and Hope Brown, daughter of the 
late Nicholas, Esq., married by Rev. Mr. 
Maxcy, 



Jan. 26, 1792 



March 28, 1793 

April 12, 1804 

Jan. 28, 1796 

April 3, 1788 

April 19, 1792 
Dec. 20, 1792 

Nov. 27, 1801 

March 16, 1786 
March 6, 1792 



JACKSON Nancy, daughterof the late Stephen, 
Esq., and John Angell. Chronicle of 

Amey, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and Capt. 
Bernon Dunn. Chronicle of 

Capt. Stephen and Sophia Graves, daughter 
of the late Rev. John. Chronicle of 

Susannah, daughter of Capt. Richard, and 
Capt. Benjamin Aborn. Chronicle of 

Richard, Jr., merchant, and Abigail Wheaton, 
daughter of Nathaniel, Esq. Chronicle of 

Ruth, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and Capt. 
Lewis Bosworth, 

Phebe, daughter of Capt. Richard, and Sam- 
uel Arnold, of Baltimore, merchant. Chron- 
icle of 



April 21, 1785 
Oct. 18, 1792 
Nov. 28, 1792 
Oct. 10, 1793 
March 26, 1795 
Dec. 10, 1795 

Oct. 4, 1798 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



TACKSON Maria, only daughter of Capt. 

Thomas, and Cyrus Cole, married by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 

Major Samuel, of this town, and Betsey 

Richmond, of and at Swanzey. Chronicle 

Capt. Samuel and Sally Potter, daughter of 
Capt. William, in this town, married by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chronicle of 
JACOBS Betsey, daughter of Nathaniel, and 
Capt. John Proud. Chronicle of 
Hannah, daughter of Nathaniel, and Samuel 
Proud. Chronicle of 
JAMES Sally, daughter of the late Allen, of 
Newport, and Benjamin Eddy, 2nd. 
Chronicle of 
Joseoh, printer, and Hopkins, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, at Philadelphia, at the 
Friends' Meeting House. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Ruth, widow of Capt. Benjamin, of 
this town, and Richard Smith, Esq., of 
Bristol, . 

Samuel and Mrs. Polly Seamans, widow ot 

Capt. Obed. Chronicle of 
John, of this town, and Polly Ingraham, of 
and at Bristol. Chronicle of 
JEFFERY Patrick and Mrs. Mary Hayley, at 
Boston. Chronicle of 
Capt. Edward, of New London, and Hannah 
Goddard. Chronicle of 
JENCKES Patience, daughter of David, and 
Thomas Newell, at Cumberland. Chroni- 
cle of 
John, Esq., and Mrs. Abigail Bowers, widow 
of Caleb, of Swanzey, married by Rev. Dr. 

Manning, . r, ^^ 

Joseph, of this town, merchant, and trolly 

Bowers, daughter of Jerathmeel, Esq., at 

Swanzey. Chronicle of 
Capt. Scott and Sally Updike, daughter of 

Capt. John, 
Capt. Jeremiah and Mrs. Nancy Whipple, 
Sally, daughter of the late Capt. Sylvanus, 

and James Fenner, Esq. Chronicle 

of , . 

Capt. John and Elizabeth Cushing, daughter 

of the late Benjamin, Esq. Chronicle of 

Mary Throop, daughter of the late John, 

Esq., and Benjamin Cushing, of New 

York, merchant. Chronicle of 



Feb. 27, 1800 

Aug. 21, 1800 

April 9, 1 80 1 

Oct. 19, 1786 

Jan. 6, 1791 

March 22, 1787 

Oct. 6, 1791 

Jan. 25, 1792 
Dec. 4, 1794 
Jan. 28, 1796 
June 15, 1786 
Sept. 5, 1799 

May 19, 1785 

Jan. 14, 1787 

March 27, 1788 

Sept. 5, 1790 
Sept. 17, 1792 

Nov. 22, 1792 
Nov. 7, 1793 

March 6, 1794 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 75 

JENCKES Ebenezer, merchant, and Mary 
Throop Nightingale, daughter of Dea. 
Samuel. Chronicle of Sept. 17, 1795 

Benjamin, of Smith field, and Mary Brown, 
daughter of Obadiah, late of Glocester, 
dec. Chronicle of Feb. 18, 1795 

Charles, of F^ast Windsor, Ct., merchant, and 
Martha Movvry, daughter of Col. Elisha, 
dec, at Smithfield. Chronicle of Feb. 9, 1797 

Ebenezer, merchant, of Georgia, and Sally 
Sheldon, daughter of Capt. James, of 
Cranston, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 11, 1799 

Mercy, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, and 
Capt. Walter Armmgton, in this town. 
Chronicle of Nov. 30, 1800 

Amos Throop, merchant, and Rebecca 
Carter, second daughter of John, Esq., at 
the Episcopal Church, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Sept. 20, 1801 
Amey, daughter of the late Capt. Charles, 
and Stephen Smith, in this town. Chron- 
icle of Oct. 22, 1 80 1 
John Charles and Sally Snow, daughter of 

the late Daniel, of this town. Chronicle of Nov. 27, 1801 
Ann, daughter of the late Capt. Charles, and 
Daniel Mason, merchant, married by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1803 

JENKINS Jeremiah F'ones, merchant, and Polly 
Chace, daughter of Abraham, of New 
York, at the Episcopal Church, by Rev. 
Mr. Badger, Oct. 17, 1784 

Heroine, daughter of John, of Providence, 
and Dr. John Tallman, at Hudson, N. Y. 
Chronicle of March 16, 1786 

Mrs. Ann and Moses Grant, merchant, both 
of Boston, in this town, bv Rev. Mr. 
Clarke, ' Feb. 14, 1798 

Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, Esq., Mayor 
of Hudson, N. Y., and Richardson Under- 
bill, at Friends' Meeting House there, May 2, 1799 
Robert, merchant, and Maria Jane Fouquet, 

at Newburyport, Mass. Chronicle of July 7, 1803 

JILLSON Phebe and Jesse Alexander, at Cum- 
berland. Chronicle of Jan. 3, 1788 
JOHNSON Sally, of this town, and James Bent- 
ley, of PZast Greenwich. Chronicle of Nov. 25, 1790 

Mrs. , widow, and Daniel Spencer, in 

this town. Chronicle of March 31, 1791 

Samuel and Lydia Bull, daughter of John. 

Chronicle of Sept. 29, 1791 

Samuel and Nancy Gilmore, daughter of 

Nathaniel. Chronicle of Jan. 10. 1793 



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JOHNSON Ebenezer and Nabby Pitman, daugh- 
ter of Saunders. Chronicle of 

Louisa, second daughter of Joshua, Esq., of 
Great Tower Hill, and John Quincy 
Adams, Esq., son of Hon. John, at Lon- 
don, Eng. Chronicle of 
JONES Capt. William and Nancy Dunn, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Samuel. Chronicle of 

John, merchant, of Providence, and Rebecca 
Burroughs, daughter of Samuel, at New- 
port. Chronicle of 

John Coffin, Esq., of Boston, and Eliza 
Champlain, daughter of Col. Christopher, 
at Newport, married by Rev. William 
Smith, at Newport. Chronicle of 

Henry Charles, Esq., merchant, and Amey 
Whipple Burrough, of this town, at New 
York, by Rev. Mr. Pillmore, rector of 
Christ Church m that city. Chronicle 
of 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. Joseph, of Mil- 
ford, and William Dabney, merchant, of 
Charleston, S. C, at Milford. Chronicle 
of 

Rev. John P. and Mrs. Mary Cornell. 
Chronicle of 

Eleanor and Capt. John Boit, of Boston, at 
Newport. Chronicle of 

Frances, daughter of Thomas, and Elisha 
Dyer. Chronicle of 

Sophia, daughter of Timothy, Esq., and 
Henry Mumford. Chronicle of 
JOSLIN Hannah, daughter of Thomas, and 
David Bartlett , at Cumberland. Chronicle 
of 
JUSTIN Philip, of Providence, and Betsey 
Knapp, daughter of Elijah, of and at New- 
port. Chronicle of 



June 13, 1793 

Sept. 21, 1797 
March 22, 1787 

Oct. 28, 1790 
Sept. 21, 1791 

Oct. 23, 1794 

Sept. 7, 1797 
Dec. I, 1797 
Sept. 5, 1799 
Oct. 22, 1801 
March 15, 1804 

March 15, 1798 

Nov. 13, 1794 



K 



KAIGHN Hannah, daughter of the late Charles, 
and Charles Dunham, at Newport. Chron- 
icle of Aug. 2, 1792 

KANE Oliver, of New York, merchant, and 
Ann Eliza Clarke, eldest daughter of John 
Innes Clarke, Esq., married by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 22, 1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



77 



KEENE Huldah, daughter of Major Charles, 
and Joseph Burrell, Jr. Chronicle of 
Deborah, daughter of Prince, and James 

Burr. Chronicle of 
Robert, of Providence, and Hannah Bowen, 
at Haddani, Ct. These persons were 
strangers to each other the day before 
their marriage. Chronicle of 
KEITH George, of Thomson, Ct., merchant, and 
Polly Thayer, daughter of Brigadier 
General Thayer, of this town. Chronicle 
of 
KELLEY James and Hannah Kent, at Barring- 
ton. Chronicle of 
Chloe and Ratsford Smith, at Barrington. 
Chronicle of 

Capt. Turpin, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. 

Arman, of Southwark, married at Philadel- 
phia, by Rev. Mr. Milldollar. Chronicle of 
Abigail and James Alger, at Warren. Chron- 
icle of 

KELTON Sally, daughter of the late 

Kelton, of this town, and John O. Page, 
merchant, at Hallowell, Mass. Chronicle 
of 
Waite, daughter of the late Stephen, and 
Joshua Rathburn, married by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, 
Phebe and Capt. Samuel Wheaton, married 
by Rev. Dr. Gano. Chronicle of 
KEMPTON Capt. Samuel and Hannah Davis, 
married by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Chronicle of 
KENT William and Hannah Brown, both of and 
at Cumberland. Chronicle of 
Hannah and James Kelley, at Barrington. 
Chronicle of 
KILLEY Lydia, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and 
John Northup, both of and at Smithfield. 
Chronicle of 
KING Caleb and Mrs. Ann Ellis, widow of 
Thomas. Chrjonicle of 
Joseph, of Cranston, and Alice Crawford 
Matteson, daughter of Nicholas, of and at 
Coventry. Chronicle of 
Mary, daughter of Asa, and Abraham Ran- 
dall, at Cranston. Chronicle of 
Dr. VVilliam T. and Lydia Waite, daughter of 
Captain Benjamin, at Exeter. Chronicle 
of 
Marcy, daughter of Caleb, and William Brad- 
ford, married by Rev. James Wilson, 



April 29, 1784 
June 2, 1785 

Dec. 29, 1805 

April 7, 1796 

Dec. 4, 1794 

Feb. 16, 1797 

Nov. 28, 1800 
July 21, 1803 

June 26, 1794 

Sept. 23, 1794 

June 9, 1796 

March 29, 1798 

Dec. 25, 1788 

Dec. 4, 1794 

April 17, 1788 
Jan. 24, 1793 

Feb. 20, 1794 
March 13, 1794 

Nov. 13, 1794 
April 7, 1799 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KING Mrs. Deborah, widow of Zebulon, an J 

Nicholas Garrison, at Newport, married by 

Rev. Mr. Smith, 

KINNICUTT Polly, daughter of the late Amos, 

and Josiah Adams, merchant. Chronicle of 

Amey, daughter of the late Capt. Joseph, de- 
ceased, and Nathan Angell, Jr., married by 
Rev. Enos Hitchcock, 

John and Betsey Brown, daughter of Elisha, 
Jr. Chronicle of 

Rosabella and Asa Larned. Chronicle of 
KNAPP Betsey, daughter of Elijah, of Newport, 
and Philip Justin, of Providence, at New- 
port. Chronicle of 
KNIGHT William and Elizabeth Hoadley, at 
Sussex, England, after a courtship of 24 
years. Chronicle of 

Capt. Christopher, of Cranston, and Barbara 
Fiske, daughter of Peleg, of and at Scitu- 
ate. Chronicle of 

Dr. Daniel and Joanna Olney, at North Prov- 
idence. Chronicle of 

Nehemiah, 3d, of Cranston, and Lydia Water- 
man, daughter of Job, Esq., at Johnston, 
married by Rev. Samuel Winsor, 

Harriet, youngest daughter of Nehemiah, 
Esq., and Capt. Sylvester Rhodes, at 
Cranston. Chronicle of 
KNOWLES Sally, daughter of Edward, and 
Arthur Tripp. Chronicle of 

William and Lydia Shepherd. Chronicle of 

Edward, Jr., and Amey Peck, daughter of 
Aaron, both of and in this town. Chronicle 
of 

Power, of this town, and Urania Whitman, 
of Smithfield. Chronicle of 
KNOX Henry J., son of Gen. Knox, and Eliza 
Taylor Read, daughter of Josiah, Esq., of 
Thomaston, Me., at St. George River. 
Chronicle of 



March 9, 1800 
Jan. 8, 1784 

Oct. 14, 1787 

May 28, 1 80 1 
Dec. 3. 1 80 1 

Nov. 13, 1794 

March 16, 1786 

Dec. 12, 1793 
March 21, 1799 

July 21, 1799 

Dec. 30, 1802 

Nov. I, 1787 
Feb. 26, 1789 

March 28, 1793 
Feb. 15, 1798 

June 2, 1803 



LACOUNT Samuel and Deborah Sprigs, at 

Hanover, N. H. Chronicle of May 27, 1802 

LANGFORD John and Nancy Aplin. Chroni- 
cle of ' Aug. 8, 1799 
Betsey, daughter of Capt. Holden, and Sulli- 
van Moulton, Oct. 30, 1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 79 

LANGLEY Debby, eldest daughter of William, 

Esq., and Isaac Greenwood, dentist, at 

Newport. Chronicle of May 8, 1788 

John, Jr., and lietsey Killings, daughter of 

Woodman, at Newport. Chronicle of Nov. 22, 1792 

Polly, daughter of William, Esq., and 

Stephen Northam, at Newport, July 31, 1796 

Peggy, daughter of William, Esq., and Capt. 

Samuel Almy, at Newport. Chronicle of June 4, 1801 

Sally, daughter of William, Esq., and Capt. 

Robert M. Ambrose, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Brunson, Jan. 31, 1802 

LARCHAR Lucy, daughter of Capt. John, and 

Jacob Hartshorn. Chronicle of Jan. 27, 1785 

Mrs. , widow of John, and John Har- 

denburgh. Chronicle of March 15, 1787 

Polly and Young Seamans, both of this town. 

Chronicle of Sept. 24, 1789 

Joseph W. and Hannah Me! calf, daughter of 

Michael. Chronicle of Dec. 14, 1797 

LARKIN Betsey and William Eield, in this 

town. Chronicle of Nov. 15, 1798 

Amey, daughter of Joseph, and John Field, 

Jr. Chronicle of Nov. 9, 1799 

Susan and Joseph Pleld. Chronicle of Dec. 15, 1803 

EARNED William, merchant, and Sally Smith, 

daughter of John, Esq. Chronicle of Feb. 26, 1784 

P'rances, daughter of Amasa, Esq., and Colby 

Chew, at New London, Ct. Chronicle of Dec. i, 1796 

Asa and Rosabella Kinnecutt. Chronicle 

of Dec. 3, 1 801 

• Theresa, daughter of William, Esq , and 

M Williams. Chronicle of Feb. 2, 1804 

LAW Lyman, Esq., and Eliza Learned, daughter 

of the Hon. Am.asa, at New London. 

Chronicle of Oct. 23, 1794 

LAWRENCE John and Margaret Spencer, 

daughter of Daniel, married by Rev. Mr. 

Hitchcock. Chronicle of Dec. 18, 1788 

Anna, of Rehoboth, and John Stanhope, of 

Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 13, 1798 

Walter and Mrs. Jane Packard, widow of 

Capt. Robert, and daughter of Archibald 

Stewart, of this town. Chronicle of Feb. 18, 1802 

LAWTON Betsey, daughter of Isaac, of Parr, 

N. S., and Lewis DeBlois, of this town, 

merchant, at Parr, N. S. Chronicle of Dec. 22, 1784 

George, of Newport, and Nabby Gardiner, 

daughter of the late Ephraim, Esq., at 

North Kingstown. Chronicle of Jan. 28, 1790 



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LAWTON Capt. Robert, of Portsmouth, and 
Penelope Brown, daughter of Capt. Daniel, 
married by Rev. Mr. Thurston, in this 
town, 
LEAR Tobias, Esq., and Mrs. F'anny Washing- 
ton, of Mt. Vernon, Va., at Philadelphia. 
Chronicle of 
LEARNED Eliza, daughter of the Hon. Amasa, 
and Lyman Law, Esq., at New London. 
Chronicle of 

Erastus and Freelove Wilkinson, daughter of 
William, of Glocester, at Killingly, Ct. 
Chronicle of 
LEE Dr. Joseph, of Smithfield, and Freelove 
Foster, daughter of the late John, Esq., of 
this town, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. 
Chronicle of 

Nabby, daughter of Charles, and Samuel 
Bours Bowler. Chronicle of 
LEONARD Oliver, formerly of Taunton, and 
Mrs. Sarah Pletcher, widow of Dr. Fletcher, 
of and at Newport. Chronicle of 

Samuel, Esq., of Taunton, and Desire 
Hopkins, daughter of Esek. Chronicle of 

Clarrissa, second daughter of Col. Zephaniah, 
and Rev. Henry Wight, of Bristol, at 
Raynham. Chronicle of 

Dr. Zephaniah and Mary Noyes, daughter of 
John, at Lamberton, N. C, 

E , daughter of Hon. George, and 

Hon. Jabez Bowen,of this town, at Norton, 
Mass. Chronicle of 
LEVERETT Eliza, of Boston, and Samuel 
Welsh, merchant, of Hopkinton, Mass. 
Chronicle of 
LEWIS Beulah, daughter of Joseph, of Dedham, 
and John Whiting, of this town. Chroni- 
cle of 

Sabin and Sally Goff, daughter of the late 
Charles, of Cranston, at Johnston. Chron- 
icle of 

Susan, of New York, and Francis Wright, 
Jr., of Boston, in this town. Chronicle of 

Z , proprietor of Commercial Adver- 
tiser, and Sophia Nitchie, daughter of 
John, at New York. Chronicle of 
LIBBEY Lucy and James Franklin, in this 

town. Chronicle of 
LILLIBRIDGE Capt. Robert, of Philadelphia, 
and Charlotte McDonald Sabin, daughter 
of Thomas. Chronicle of 



Jan. i6, 1800 

Aug. 20, 1795 

Oct. 23, 1794 

Jan. 5, 1797 

May 7, 1795 
March 9, 1796 

Feb. 24, 1 79 1 
Aug. 4, 1791 

March 14, 1799 
May 26, 1799 

May 28, 1 801 

Jan. 25, 1798 

Dec. 17, 1789 

May 2, 1793 
July 28, 1803 

Jan. 26, 1804 
May 10, 1804 

Aug. 31, 1797 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



81 



LILLIBRIDGE Mary, daughter of Gideon, and 
Nathan Tefft, at South Kingstown. Chron- 
icle of 
LINDLEY Sally, daughter of Capt. Joshua, and 
Samuel Mason, in this town. Chronicle of 
George and Abigail Williams, daughter of 

Andrew. Chronicle of 
Barbara, daughter of Capt. Joshua, of this 
town, and Samuel Spink, of South Kings- 
town, 
LINDSEY Lydia and Daniel Crapon, in this 

town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
LIPPITT Betsey and Capt. Moses Lippitt, both 
of Warwick. Chronicle of 
Capt. Moses and Betsey Lippitt, both of 

Warwick. Chronicle of 
Ann Frances, of Warwick, and Joseph 

Russell, Esq., merchant. Chronicle of 
Thomas and Betsey Chace. daughter of 

Samuel, Esq. Chronicle of 
Mary and Joseph Potter, married by Rev. 
Mr. Clarke. Chronicle of 
LITTLE Christian, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, 
and Dr. Henry Sterling, Jr., of this town, 
at Bridgewater. Chronicle of 
Polly, daughter of Fobes, Esq., and Daniel 
Belaee, of Newport, at Little Compton. 
Chronicle of 
LITTLEFIELD Rebecca, daughter of Solo- 
mon, and Capt. Enock Tobey, at New- 
port. Chronicle of 
Capt. William and Betsey Brindley, daugh- 
ter of Francis, at Newport. Chronicle of 
George and Peggy Newman, only' daughter 
of Augustus, at Newport. Chronicle of 
LIVINGSTONE Eliza, youngest daughter of 
Peter Van Burgh Livingstone, Esq., of 
New York, and Hon. Lewis William 
Otto, Esq., Charge des Affaires of His 
Most Christian Majesty, at New York, 
LOCKWOOD Benoni and Phebe Greene, both 
of Pawtuxet. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Phebe, of Warwick, and Moses Brown, 
of this town, at Friends' Meeting House, 
LONGFELLOW William and Elizabeth Short, 

in North Hampshire. Chronicle of 
LOPANS John, of Charlestown, Mass., and 
Hannah Tuckerman, at Boston. Chron- 
icle of 



March 24, 1803 
Oct. 16, 1794 
May 28, 1795 

May 26, 1799 
Oct. 14, 1798 
Nov. 10, 1785 
Nov. 10, 1785 
April 2, 1789 
Dec. 30, 1790 
May 10, 1798 

Nov. 10, 1791 

April 21, 1796 

Oct. 7, 1784 

March 17, 1785 

June 7, 1792 



March 13, 1787 

May 24, 1798 

May 2, 1799 

March i, 1804 

Sept. 17, 1789 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LORING Phebe and Henry Powers, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, 

I , of Washington City, merchant, and 

Mrs. Frances Dean, daughter of John 
Bours, Esq., of Newport, married by Rev. 
Mr. Brunson. Chronicle of 
LOVETT John, Esq., attorney at law, and 
Nancy McClellan, daughter of Gen. Mc- 
Clellan, at Woodstock, Ct., 
LOW Israel and Mrs. Mary Bacon, widow of 
George. Chronicle of 
Ann Frances and Hezekiah Viall, at Barring- 
ton. Chronicle of 
Polly, daughter of John, and Capt. William 

Greene, at Warwick. Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of John, and Capt. Thomas 

H olden, at Warwick. Chronicle of 
Thomas and Ruth Toman, daughter of the 
late John. Chronicle of 
LUCAR John and Catharine Clinton, widow, at 
Middletown, N. J. Chronicle of 
Mary, in 13th year, and Thomas Tilton, in 
76th year, at Middletown, N. J. The 
bride is the daughter's daughter of a for- 
mer wife of the groom, 
LUSHURE Mrs. Eleanor, aged 88 years, and 
Elisha Herendon, aged 83 years, she bemg 
his 8th wife, at Glocester, married by Z. 
Hopkins, Esq., 
LYNDON Danforth P. and Abigail Brown, 

daughter of Esek. Chronicle of 
LYON Capt. John, of Leicester, and Lydia Read, 
daughter of the late Capt. Obadiah, at Re- 
hoboth, by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Chronicle of 
Lydia, daughter of Amos, of Woodstock, Ct., 
and Rufus Peck, of Rehoboth, at Wood- 
stock. • Chronicle of 
Luther and Nancy Wells, at Woodstock. 
Ct. Chronicle of 



Jan. 22, 1797 

March 11, 1802 

Feb. 3, 1788 

Nov. 5, 1789 

Dec. 17, 1795 

Jan. 5, 1797 

Jan. 5, 1797 

Oct. 12, 1797 

March 13, 1800 

Feb. 5, 1800 

Oct. 20, 1977 
Oct. 7, 1790 

April 26, 1792 

Feb. 7, 1793 
Aug. 5, 1802 



M 



MACOMBER Capt. Ebenezer and Abigail 
Packard, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel. 
Chronicle of 
Sally, of Taunton, and Joseph Atwood, 
of Dighton, at Taunton. Chronicle of 



Feb. 26, 1784 
March 31, 1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES go 

MAGEE William and Polly Sweeting, daughter 

of Capt. Job. Chronicle of Nov. 12, 1789 

William P., merchant, and Susannah Night- 
ingale, daughter of Dea. Samuel. Chron- 
icle of Dec. 26, 1793 
MAGUIRIi John, of this town, and Prudence 
Gray, daughter of Philip, Esq., of and at 
Tiverton, Dec. 24, 1793 
MALBONP3 Mary, youngest daughter of the 
late P'rancis, Esq., and William Crooke, 
Esq., at Newport, married bv Rev. Mr. 
Smith, ' July 21, 1796 

Freelove Sophia, daughter of Francis, Esq., 
and Edmund Thomas Waring, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Dehon. Chronicle of Oct. 6, 1803 

MANCHESTER William and Hepzibah Samp- 
son, daughter of Alexander. Chronicle of Sept. 29, 1785 

Lydia, daughter of Matthew, of this town, 
and Benjamin Remington, of Warwick. 
Chronicle of Dec. 13, 1787 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. John, of this town, 
and Israel Arnold. Chronicle of June 5, 1800 

Isaac and Martha Greene, daughter of Syl- 
vester, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 11, 1801 
MANN Aaron, of this town, and Grace S. Flagg, 
daughter of Col. Flagg, at Boston. Chron- 
icle of June II, 1789 

Newton and Abigail Maxcy, daughter of 
Josiah, late of Attleboro, at Attleboro, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilder, May 3, 1792 

Susannah and Esek Aldrich. Chronicle of July 17, 1794 

Paulina, daughter of Thomas, and Capt. 
John B. Bernard. Chronicle of Feb. 18. 1796 

Phebe, daughter o. Thomas, and John Brown. 

Chronicle of June 2, 1796 

MANNING William, printer, of this town, and 
Lydia Brown, of and at Bolton. Chronicle 
of May 29, 1794 

MANTON William and Sally Brown, at North 

Providence. Chronicle of Dec. 18, 1800 

MARCHANT Betsey, daughter of the Hon. 
Henry, and Thomas Sessions, of this town, 
merchant, at Newport. Chronicle of Nov. 10, 1791 

Sally, eldest daughter of the late Judge 

Marchant, and Dr. Jeremiah W. 

Case, at South Kingstown. Chronicle of Dec. 7, 1797 

MARKOE Margaret H. and Benjamin Franklin 

Bache, at Philadelphia. Chronicle of Dec. 8, 1791 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MARSH Sukey, daughter of Daniel, of this 
town, and Isaac Bartlett, of Charleston, 
S. C. Chronicle of 

Susan, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of the Dis- 
trict of Southwark, and Rev. William 
Rogers, at Philadelphia, married by Rev. 
Thomas Ustick, 

Anna, daughter of the late Daniel, and 
Nicholas Power, Jr., merchant. Chronicle 
of 
MARTIN Wheeler, of this town, and Polly 
Easterbrooks, of and at Newport. Chron- 
icle of 

Sarepta, youngest daughter of the late Syl- 
vanus, Esq., and Jonathan Wheaton, at 
Rehoboth. Chronicle of 

Polly, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of this town, 
and Timothy Greene, Esq., of Worcester, 
attorney at law. Chronicle of 

Elhanan, of Troy, N. Y., merchant, and 
Mary Hawkins, of North Providence, 
daughter of Joseph. Chronicle of 

Sukey and Noel Mathewson ; two grand- 
fathers and two grandmothers of the bride 
were present, married by Rev. Mr. Town- 
send, 

Joseph and Miss Martin, daughter of 

Sylvanus. Chronicle of 

Miss , daughter of Sylvanus, and 

Joseph Martin. Chronicle of 

Mrs. Amey, daughter of Major Gen. 



Martin, and Capt. Joseph Wood. Chroni- 
cle of 
Jeremiah and Nancy Gladding, daughter of 

the late Charles. Chronicle of 
Valentine and Eliza Downing, daughter of 

the late John, of Newport, in this town, 

married by Rev. James Wilson, 
Anna, daughter of Col. Philip, of this town, 

and William Taylor, merchant. Chronicle 

of 
Sarah C, of the Abbeville District, and 

James Calhoun, Jr., Esq., merchant, of 

Vienna, S. C, 
George and F'anny Potter, in this town, 
John D., of New York, merchant, and Julia 

Bowen, daughter of Col. Ephraim, at the 

Episcopal Church, in this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker. Chronicle of 
Lusana, of Rehoboth, and Richard Baker. 

Chronicle of 



Aug. 13, 1789 

Jan. 15, 1795 
Aug. 23, 1798 

March 12, 1789 
Nov. 22, 1792 

March 14, 1793 
Aug. 2T, 1795 

Aug. 18, 1796 
Jan. 5, 1797 
Jan. 5, 1797 

Dec. 21, 1797 
Jan. 18, 1798 

Oct. 7, 1798 

Nov. 6, 1800 



June 3, 1802 
March 20, 1803 



Oct. 27, 1803 
Nov. 10, 1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



85 



MARTIN Capt. Sylvanus G. and Ann Bullock, 
daughter of Capt. Jabez, married by Rev. 
Dr. Gano. Chronicle of 
MASON Joseph and Nancy Steavens. Chroni- 
cle of 

Sally, daughter of the late Noah, and Capt. 
Gideon Bailey. Chronicle of 

Samuel and Sally Lindley, daughter of Capt. 
Joshua, in this town. Chronicle of 

Amasa, merchant, of this town, and Lydia 
G. Hodges, of and at Taunton. Chronicle 
of 

Abigail, daughter of Job, and Benjamin Bur- 
gess, of Cranston, at Swanzey. Chronicle 
of 

Lorania, daughter .of Edward, and Solomon 
Tyler, married by Rev. Dr. Maxcy. 
Chronicle of 

Ruth, daughter of Aaron, Esq., and Daniel 
Sheldon, in this town. Chronicle of 

Daniel, merchant, and Ann Jenckes, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Charles, married by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
MATHEWSON Nabby, daughter of Col. John, 
and Col. William Peck, married by Rev. 
Mr. Hitchcock. Chronicle of 

Deborah, daughter of Thomas, and John 
Greene, of Johnston, at Scituate, 

Sally, daughter of Col. John, and Rev. Her- 
man Daggett. Chronicle of 

Capt. Bernard, of Coventry, and Deborah 
Ery, daughter of Joseph, of East Green- 
wich. Chronicle of 

Col. John and Hannah Bacon, daughter of 
Capt. Elijah. Chronicle of 

Noel and Sukey Martin, two grandfathers 
and two grandmothers of the bride were 
present, married by Rev. Mr. Townsend, 

Henry and Phebe Williams, both of Crans- 
ton, 

Edward T. and Mary Andrews, daughter of 
the late James, both of and at Scituate. 
Chronicle of 

Rufus, Esq., of this State, and Polly Bowen, 
of and at Lisbon, Ct. Chronicle of 
MATTESON Alice Crawford, daughter of 
Nicholas, of Coventry, and Joseph King, 
of Cranston, at Coventry. Chronicle of 
MAUNGER Michael, of Providence, and Kezia 
Rhodes, of North Providence. Chronicle 
of 



March i, 1804 
Dec. 27, 1787 
June 24, 1790 
Oct. 16, 1794 

Nov. 30, 1798 

March 21, 1799 

June 4, 1 801 
Aug. 20, 1 80 1 

Oct. 5, 1803 

Jan. 26, 1786 
Nov. 21, 1789 
Sept. 6, 1792 

April II, 1793 
April 28, 1796 

Aug. 18, 1796 
Oct. 8, 1798 

Nov. 24, 1803 
May 10, 1804 

Feb. 20, 1794 

Feb. 9, 1804 



gg VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MAXCY Rev. Jonathan, pastor of Baptist 
Church, in this town, and Susannah Hop- 
kins, daughter of Esek, Esq. Chronicle of Sept. i, 1791 
Abigail, daughter of Josiah, late of Attle- 
boro, and Newton Mann, at Attleboro, 
married by Rev. Mr, Wilder, May 3, 1792 

MAY Oliver and Fanniah Walcott, at Cumber- 
land. Chronicle of June 25, 1789 

McCANN Patrick and Mrs. Polly Sabin, widow 
of Capt. James, of this town, at Rehoboth, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chron- 
icle of March 24, 1796 
Mary and Fenner Rhodes, in this town. 

Chronicle of Sept. 25, 1800 

McCLELLAN Capt. Samuel, Jr., and Nancy, 
Dexter, daughter of Col. Knight, at Smith- 
field. Chronicle of Jan. 8, 1784 
Nancy, daughter of Gen. McClellan, and 
John Lovett, Esq., attorney at law, at 
Woodstock, Ct., F'eb. 3, 1788 

McCLENAHAN Miss and John Murray, 

formerly of this town, merchant, at Alex- 
andria, V^a. Chronicle of Jan. 25, 1787 

McKIE Mary, daughter of Dr. Andrew, and 
Thomas Burgess, Esq., attorney at law, at 
Warehara. Chronicle of Dec. 2, 1803 

McLANE Major David and Mrs. Joanna De- 

Eeckhoot. Chronicle of July 17, 1794 

McLAUGHLING Elizabeth, late of South Caro- 
lina, and Dr. William Shaw, at Wickford, Oct. 23, 1796 

McLEAN ]\lrs. Maria and Caleb B. Bowering, 
merchant, both of New York, married by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, " April 4, 1803 

McLELLAN Eliza, of Albany, ard John T. 
Spaulding, of this town, at Albany, N. Y. 
Chronicle of -^ug. 4, 1796 

McMillan MIss , daughter of the Rev. 

John, and Rev. John Moorehead, married 

at Cannonsburg, Pa., by Rev. Mr. Marquis, • 

Miss , daughter of the Rev. John, and 

Rev. John Watson, married at Cannons- 
burg, Pa., by Rev. Mr. Marquis, 

McREA Major William, 2nd, U. S. Regiment, 
and Mary Champlain, only daughter of the 
late Capt. Robert, at Newport. Chronicle 
of Nov. 12, 1 80 1 

MELLEN Eliza, daughter of Col. James, and 
Rev. John Fiske, of Nev/ Braintree, at 
Milford, married by Rev. Caleb Alexander, April 19, 1797 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



87 



MELLEN Mary, daughter of Col. James, and 
Samuel Warren, of this town, at Warren, 
married by Rev. Caleb Alexander, 

MERRY Mrs. Anne and Thomas Wignell, 
theatre manager, both of and at Philadel- 
phia, 

MESSER Asa, Professor of Languages in R. I. 
College, and Deborah Angell, daughter of 
Hope, Esq., of North Providence. Chron- 
icle of 

METCALF George, Esq., attorney at law, and 
Eliza Talbot, at Johnston, N. Y., 
Hannah, daughter of Michael, and Joseph 

W. Larchar Chronicle of 
Lewis, of Wrentham, and Betsey Wilson, 
daughter of the late Capt. John, of New- 
ton, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of 
Nathaniel G. and Lydia Packard, daughter 

of Meizer, 
Catharine, of this town, and Joseph Brown, 
of Bristol. Chronicle of 

METNOR Mary, of Charleston, S. C, and Capt. 
Samuel Thomas, of this town, at Charles- 
ton. Chronicle of 

MILLARD Esther Bowen, daughter of Noah, 
Jr., of Foster, and Hon. Theodore F'oster, 
at Mt. Hygeia, Foster, by Rev. John Will- 
iams, 

MILLER Asa and Amey Sly, at Cumberland. 
Chronicle of 
Thomas and Polly P>othingham, at Cam- 
bridge. Chronicle of 
Dr. Nathaniel and Hannah Boyd, only 
daughter of Col. John, at F"ranklin, Mass., 
married by Rev. Nathaniel Emmons. 
Chronicle of 
Barnard, of Warren, in 79th year, and Mrs. 
Freelove Bicknell, aged 71 years, at Bar- 
rington. Chronicle of 
Oliver and Nancy White. Chronicle of 
Mary L., daughter of the late Capt. John, 
and John B. Gilpin, Esq., British Consul 
for R. I., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Dehon, 

MITCHELL Edward, of South Carolina, and 
Nancy Bowen, daughter of Dr. Ephraim. 
Chronicle of 

MOORE John E., Esq., of South Carolina, and 
Frances Bowen, daughter of Dr. Ephraim, 
of this town, married by Rev. Mr. Hitch- 
cock, 



April 19, 1797 
Jan. I, 1803 

May 25, 1797 

March 5, 1791 

Dec. 14, 1797 

Dec. 21, 1797 

March 17, 1799 

May 8, 1800 

Aug. 15, 1799 

July 20, 1803 

May 7, 1795 

April 2, 1795 

Jan. 19, 1797 



March 14, 1799 
Nov. 20, 1800 



Nov. 27, 1803 
Sept. 20, 1792 

Aug. 23, 1789 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE IS'LAND 



MOORE Thomas and Sukey Smith, daughter of 
Richard, Jr., Esq., married at Bristol, by 
Rev. Henry Wight, 

MOORHEAU Rev. John and Miss 

McMillon, daughter of Rev. John, married 
at Cannonsburgh, Pa., by Rev. Mr. Mar- 
quis, 

MORGAN Samuel and Elizabeth Waterman, in 
this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

MORSE Nancy and Jeremiah Hefferlon, in this 
town. Chronicle of 

MORTON John, of Philadelphia, merchant, and 
Mary Robinson, eldest daughter of 
Thomas, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port. Chronicle of 

MOSCROP Rev. Henry, of Nancemond Co., 
Va., and Elizabeth Handy, daughter of 
Capt. Charles, at Newport. Chronicle of 

MOSELEY Betsey, daughter of the late Will- 
iam, Esq., of Virgmia, and Hon. Joseph 
Calhoun, at Charleston, S. C, 

MOULTON Sullivan and Betsey Langford, 
daughter of Capt. Holden, 

MOWRY Martha, daughter of Col. Elisha, dec, 
and Charles Jenckes, of East Windsor, 
Ct., at Smithfield. Chronicle of 
Jeremiah and Content Appleby, daughter of 
John, at Smithfield. Chronicle of 

MUMFORD John, of Newport, merchant, and 
Polly Viall, daughter of John, of this town. 
Chronicle of 
Nancy, daughter of Peter, of Newport, and 
Col. Thomas Grosvenor, of Pomfret, Ct., 
at Newport, by the Rev. Bishop Seabury, 
John, merchant, and f^olly Tillinghast, 
daughter of the late Pardon, Jr., at New- 
port. Chronicle of 
Hannah, youngest daughter of Peter, and 
Capt. John Greene, at Newport. Chroni- 
cle of 
Polly, only daughter of Benjamin, and James 

Anthony, at Newport. Chronicle of 
Capt. John, of this town, and Hepzibah 

Snelling, of and at Boston. Chronicle of 
William and Ann Elliott, of Boston, m this 

town, 
Henry and Sophia Jones, daughter of Timo- 
thy, Esq. Chronicle of 

MUNRO Nathan, Jr., late of Rehoboth, and 
Catharine Welsh, at Baltimore, Md. 
Chronicle of 



Feb. 28, 1802 



March 13, 1800 
March 17, 1796 

July II, 1793 

Dec. 24, 1789 

May 26, 1 802 
Oct. 30, 1803 

Feb. 9, 1797 
March i, 1804 

Sept. 16, 1784 

June 10, 1785 

June 16, 1785 

Feb. 26, 1789 

Jan. 27, 1791 

Nov. 15, 1798 

April 12, 1801 

March 15, 1804 

Jan. 22. 1789 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



89 



MURRAY Betsey, of Boston, and Edward 

Hutchinson Robbins, Esq., of Milton, 

married by Rev. Mr. Oliver. Chronicle of Nov. 24. 1785 
John, formerly of this town, merchant, and 

Miss McClenahan, at Alexandria, 

Va. Chronicle of Jan. 25, 1787 

John, pastor of the church at Glocester, 

Mass., and Mrs. Judeth Steavens, of that 

place, at Salem. Chronicle of Oct. 16, 1788 



N 



NEWELL Thomas and Patience Jenckes, daugh- 
ter of David, at Cumberland. Chronicle of May 19, 1785 
Sally, daughter of Robert, Esq., and John 

Holmes. Chronicle of April 9, 1795 

NEWMAN Peggy, only daughter of Augustus, 
and George Littlefield, at Newport. 
Chronicle of June 7, 1792 

NEWTON Sally, daughter of Capt. Simon, and 
Mons. Lewis Morrice Barrod De Beaulieu, 
at Newport. Chronicle of June 9, 1785 

Betsey, daughter of John, and Thomas Hud- 
son, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 27. 1798 
NICHOLS Polly, daughter of John, and James 

At wood. Chronicle of Nov. 29, 1787 

Susannah, daughter of John, and Benjamin 

Crow, in this town. Chronicle of Dec. i, 1796 

Mary, daughter of Philip, Esq., of Stratford, 
Ct., and Major William Allen, of this town, 
at Stratford, Sept. 30, 1798 

NIGHTINGALE Polly, daughter of Samuel, 
Esq., of this town, and Capt. James Gra- 
mon, of Cape P>ancois. Chronicle of June 9, 1785 

Polly, only daughter of Col. Joseph and Sam- 
uel W. Greene, merchant. Chronicle of Oct. 17, 1793 
Lydia, daughter of the late Samuel, Esq., 
and Abijah Warren, of Attleboro. Chron- 
icle of Oct. 24, 1793 
Susannah, daughter of Dea. Samuel, and 

William F. Magee, merchant. Chronicle of Dec. 26. 1793 
John C, of this town, and Martha W. Greene, 
daughter of the late Major-General Na- 
thaniel, at Mulberry Grove, Ga. Chroni- 
cle of ' May 14, 1795 
Mary Throop, daughter of Dea. Samuel, and 

P2benezer Jenckes, merchant. Chronicle of Sept. 7, 1795 



90 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

NILES Hannah, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., 
and Henry Fry, at East Greenwich. 
Chronicle of Feb. i6, 1797 

NIMMO Henry, of Richmond, Va., and Rhoba 

Turner, at Warren. Chronicle of Oct. 23, 1794 

NITCHIE Sophia, daughter of John, and Z 

Lewis, proprietor of Commercial Adver- 
tiser, at New York. Chronicle of Jan. 26, 1804 

NORTHAM Stephen and Polly Langley, daugh- 
ter of William, Esq., at Newport, July 31, 1796 

NORTH UP John and Lydia Killey, daughter 
of Joseph, Esq., both of and at Smithfield. 
Chronicle of April 17, 1788 

Mrs. , widow of John, Esq., of North 

Kingstown, and Capt. John Carr, at New- 
port. Chronicle of Nov. 24, 1791 
Nicholas, Jr., and Martha Burrough, both of 
this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Chronicle of Oct. 3, 1799. 

NOYES Mary, daughter of John, and Dr. Zeph- 

aniah Leonard, at Lamberton, N. C, May 26, 1799 



o 



OLIVER Elizabeth and Dr. Benjamin Water- 
house, professor of Theory and Practice 
of Physic in the University at Cambridge, 
Mass., and of Natural History in the Col- 
lege in this State, at Boston. Chronicle of June 12, 1788 
OLNEY Sally, daughter of Richard, of this 
town, and Capt. Shubael Coffin, of Nan- 
tucket, Dec. 2, 1784 

Angeline, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
Ezekiel Gilbert, P2sq., attorney-at-law, at 
Hudson, N. Y. Chronicle of March 16, 1786 

Anstress. daughter of Richard, of this town, 
and Thomas Rogerson, of Alexandria, Va., 
merchant. Chronicle of Aug. 23, 1792 

Capt. Henry and Phebe Young, daughter of 

the late Gideon, Jr. Chronicle of July 21, 1796 

Christopher C. and Abigail Dexter, daughter 
of Col. Knight, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Chronicle of April 27, 1797 

Joanna and Dr. Daniel Knight, at North 

Providence. Chronicle of March 21, 1799 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 91 

OLNEY Samuel and Polly Callender, daughter 

of the late Elias, married by Rev. James 

Wilson. Chronicle of April i8, 1799 

Anstress B., daughter of Simeon H., and 

Samuel Brown, married by Rev. Dr. 

Maxcy, in this town, Oct. 4 or 11, 180 1 

OTIS Jacob, of Cumberland, and Sally Smith 

Barker, daughter of William, of this town. 

Chronicle of Oct. 7, 1784 

OTTO Hon. Lewis William, Esq., Charge des 

Affaires of His Most Christian Majesty, 

and Eliza Livingstone, youngest daughter 

of Peter Van Burgh Livingstone, Esq., of 

and at New York, March 13, 1787 

OXX William, of Bristol, and Betsey Evens, of 

Newport. Chronicle of Aug. 16, 1798 



PABODIE William and Henrietta Gladding, 

daughter of Benjamin. Chronicle of April 3, 1794 

Ephraim and Lydia Ellis. Chronicle of June 26, 1794 

PACKARD Abigail, daughter of Capt. Nathan- 
iel, and Capt. Ebenezer Macomber. Chron- 
icle of Feb. 26, 1784 

Capt. Samuel and Abigail Congdon, daugh- 
ter of John, Esq., at Narragansett. Chron- 
icle of Dec. 24, 1789 

Lydia, daughter of Meizer, and Nathaniel G. 

Metcalf, March 17, 1799 

Robert S., merchant, and Jane Stewart, 

daughter of Archibald. Chronicle of Nov. 14, 1799 

Capt. Nathaniel, of this town, and Margaret 
D. Padelford. at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Pipon. Chronicle of Feb. 20, 1800 

Sophia, daughter of Meizer, and John R. 

Balch. Chronicle of Dec. 11, 1800 

Mrs. Jane, widow of Capt. Robert, and 
daughter of Archibald Stewart, of this 
town, and Walter Lawrence. Chronicle of Feb. 18, 1802 
PADELFORD Mary, daughter of Hon. Seth, 
and Mason Shaw, Esq., at Taunton, Mass. 
Chronicle of Oct. 19, 1797 

Margaret D. and Capt. Nathaniel Packard, 
of this town, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Pipon. Chronicle of P'eb. 20, 1800 

Sarah Kirby, daughter of Hon. Seth, and 
Nathaniel Fales, at Taunton. Chronicle 
of Feb. 16, 1804 



92 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PAGE Capt. Benjamin and Ann Sweeting, 

daughter of Capt. Job. Chronicle of Nov. i6, 1791 

Capt. William and Patience Treadwell, 

daughter of Capt. Jonathan. Chronicle of Dec. 22, 1791 

John O., merchant, and Sally Kelton, daugh- 
ter of the late Kelton, of this town, 

at Hallowell, Mass. Chronicle of June 26, 1794 

Martin and Catharine Reilley, daughter of 

Terence. Chronicle of Feb. 25, 1796 

Capt. Benjamin and Sally R. Warner, daugh- 
ter of Oliver R., of Newport, married by 
Rev. Mr. Clarke, Sept. 19, 1799 

Capt. Martin and Prudence Bullock, Dec. 15, 1799 

George W., merchant, and Harriet Cooke, 

daughter of the late Daniel, Esq., Feb. 22, 1801 

Elizabeth, daughter of William, and Nicholas 

Stillwell. Chronicle of Aug. 20, 1801 

John and Priscilla Crapon, daughter of the 

late Capt. Benjamin. Chronicle of April 5, 1804 

PAINE William, of Cranston, and Amey Clarke, 
daughter of Daniel, of this town. Chroni- 
cle of Jan. 15, 1789 

Mrs. Martha and John Phillips, of Smith- 
field, at North Providence. Chronicle of March 5, 1795 

Mary Heath, of Rehoboth, and Thomas 

Allen, son of Gen. Allen, of Bar- 

rington, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, at 

Barrington. Chronicle of Oct. 11, 1798 

Eliza, only daughter of Capt. Stephen, late 
of Bristol, dec, and Samuel W. Bridgham, 
Esq., of this town, at Taunton. Chronicle 
of Oct. 25, 1798 

Walter and Lydia Snow, daughter of the late 

Capt. Daniel. Chronicle of Nov. 20, 1800 

PALMER Lucinda, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., 
and Samuel Trumbull, printer. Chronicle 
of July 25, 1799 

PATTEN Charles, of Woodstock, Ct., merchant, 
and Susan Soule, daughter of Capt. Sam- 
uel, of this town. Chronicle of Nov. 20, 1800 
PEALE Abigail Mason, daughter of Capt. Jona- 
than, and John Dabney, stationer, at 
Salem, Mass. Chronicle of July 8, 1890 
PEARCE Nabby, daughter of Benoni, Esq,, of 
this town, and Dr. Benjamin Dyer. 
Chronicle of April 24, 1788 

Oliver and Polly West, daughter of Benja- 
min, Esq., married by Rev. Mr. Hitch- 
cock, Dec. 28, 1788 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



93 



PEARCE Capt. Robert, of Nova Scotia, and 

Polly Townsend, daughter of Thomas, at 

Newport. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Margaret and Hopkins Cooke, Escj., at 

East Greenwich, 
Nathan, of this town, merchant, and Clarrissa 

Phepps, daughter of J , Esq., of 

Harvinton, Ct. Chronicle of 
Fanny, daughter of Daniel, and Calvin 

Dean, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Chronicle of 
PEARSE John A., Jr., and Penelope Thurber, 

daughter of John. Chronicle of 
Nathaniel and Lydia Peckham, both of this 

town, 
PICK Col. William and Nabby Mathewson, 

daughter of Col. John, by Rev. Mr. Hitch- 
cock. Chronicle of 
Mrs. Mary, widow of William A., of New- 
port, and Hon. Walter Spooner, of Bed- 
ford, Mass., at Newport. Chronicle of 
PECK Rufus, of Rehoboth, and Lydia Lyon, 

daughter of Amos, of and at Woodstock, 

Ct. Chronicle of 
Amey, daughter of Aaron, and Edward 

Knowles, Jr., both of and in this town. 

Chronicle of 
Philip and Sally W. Chace, daughter of 

Amos, 
Miss , aged 13, and Uriah Smith, aged 

40, at Grafton, N. H. Chronicle of 
PECKHAM Lydia and Nathaniel Pease, both of 

this town, 
Martha and Ebenezer R. Frost, both of this 

town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Rhoda, daughter of William, of this town, 

and Capt. Richmond Bullock, married by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
PENNIMAN Olive and Dr. Daniel Thurber, at 

Mendon, married by Rev. Caleb Alexan- 
der. Chronicle of 
PERKINS Elisha, Jr., of Plainfield, Ct., and 

Eunice Bachus, daughter of Andrew, Esq., 

of that place. Chronicle of 
Susan, daughter of Elisha, Esq., of Plainfield, 

Ct., and Col. Josias Lyndon Arnold, of St. 

Johnsbury, Vt., at Plainfield. Chronicle of 
PERRIN John and Penelope Crapon, widow of 

Mr. , married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Chronicle of 



Nov. 16, 1 791 
Sept. 16, 1792 

May 14, 1795 

March 5, 1801 

March 31, 1803 

Dec. 10, 1795 

Jan. 26, 1786 

July 7, 1 79 1 

Feb. 7, 1793 

March 28, 1793 

Dec. 8, 1799 

June 2, 1803 

Dec. 10, 1795 

Aug. 18, 1799 

Oct. 10, 1802 

Dec. 6, 1798 

Sept. 29, 1 791 

March 5, 1795 

Dec. 31, 1795 



94 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE IS'LAND 



PERRIN Mary, daughter of John, and John, 
Gladding, in this town. Chronicle of 

PERRY Sarah R., daughter of Dr. Joshua, and 
Dr. Joseph Comstock, at South Kings- 
town. Chronicle of 

PETERS Richard, Esq., and Miss ■ Will- 
ing, daughter of Thomas, Esq., at Philadel- 
phia. Chronicle of 

PETTEY David and Betsey Gladding, daughter 
of Timothy, of this town, married by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

PETTIS Betsey, daughter of James, and Will- 
iam Collins, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of 
Thomas, of Rehoboth, and Susannah Tew. of 
and at Barrington, married by Rev. Mr. 
Watson. Chronicle of 

PHELON Major Edward, late of the Massachu- 
setts Line, and Susannah Frances Barkes- 
dale, of and at Charleston, S. C. Chron- 
icle of 

PHELPS Clarrissa, daughter of J. , Esq., 

of Harwinton, Ct., and Nathan Pearce, of 
this town, merchant. Chronicle of 

PHILBROOKS Mary and Dr. George W. 
Hoppin, in this town. Chronicle of 

PHILLIPS John, of Smithfield, and Mrs. Martha 

Paine, at North Providence. Chronicle of 

Napthali, of Philadelphia, merchant, and 

Rachal Seixas, daughter of Moses, of and 

at Newport. Chronicle of 

PITMAN Abigail and Robert Taylor, Esq., at 
Newport. Chroni:le of 
Sukey, daughter of Saunders, and Ebenezer 

Roby Frost. Chronicle of 
Rev. John and Mrs. Susannah Greene, in 
this town, married by Rev. Mr. Maxcy. 
Chronicle of 
Nabby, daughter of Saunders, and Ebenezer 

Johnson, Chronicle of 
Nancy, daughter of Saunders, of this town, 
and Major Jonathan Tiffany, married by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Susan, eldest daughter of Isaac, and Henry 

Grew, merchant. Chronicle of 
Mary, daughter of Saunders, and Samuel 

Dorrance. married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mary, daughter of Rev. John, and John Pit- 
man Clarke, of Boston, merchant. Chron- 
icle of 



March 29, 1804 

July I, 1802 

March 15, 1804 

Dec. 4, 1803 
April 26, 1792 

Oct. II, 1798 

Feb. 26, 1789 

May 14, 1795 
Sept. 10, 1801 
March 5, 1795 

July 27, 1797 
Dec. 10, 1789 
Jan. 14, 1790 

Sept. 13, 1792 
June 13, 1793 

May 18, 1800 

July I, 1802 

March 13, 1803 

May 10, 1804 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 95 

POOLK Sally, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and 

Col. Samuel Greene, editor of the Connect- 
icut Gazette, at New London. Chronicle 

of Jan. 18, 1798 

POPE Dr. John and Lydia Taylor, daughter of 

Capt. Peter. Chronicle of Feb. 2, 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 Crosby, at Boston. Chronicle of June 9, 1803 

PORTER Elizabeth Myers, of Norfolk, Va., and 

Dr. Octavius Augustus Valentine Bovven 

George Washington Warren Lewis Rail- 
lion, Jr., of Boston, at said Norfolk. Chron- 
icle of March 10. 1803 
POTTER Rebecca, daughter of Thomas, and 

William Russell, Jr., of this town, at Crans- 
ton. Chronicle of April 14, 1785 
Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, and Elder 

Joseph Winsor. Chronicle of Feb. 16, 1786 

Mr. , aged 21 years, and Mrs. 

Wiltshire, aged 86 years, at Brinkworth, 

Wilts, Eng. Chronicle of June 15, 1786 

Gen. Samuel J. and Nancy Seager, daughter 

of the late Joseph, at South Kingstown. 

Chronicle of Oct. 2, 1788 

Sally, daughter of Ichabod, and William 

Freebody, at Newport, married by Rev. 

James Sayre. rector of church at Strat- 
ford, Ct., Sept. 19, 1791 
Lucy, daughter of Joseph, and Joseph Fuller, 

Jr. Chronicle of Sept. 11, 1794 

Arthur M. and Zilpha Williams, at Cranston. 

Chronicle of May 7, 1795 

Rev. William, of Newport, and Hannah 

Hurlbut, at New London. Chronicle of Sept. 22, 1796 

Mrs. Sarah and Col. Jonathan Remington, of 

New York State, in this town. Chronicle 

of Dec. 14, 1797 

Joseph and Mary Lippitt, married by Rev. 

Mr. Clarke. Chronicle of May 10, 1798 

Earle and Mrs. Nabby Potter, daughter of 

Zuriel, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 3, 1798 

Mrs. Nabby, daughter of the late Zuriel, and 

Earle Potter, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, June 3, 1798 

Susannah, daughter of Holiman, Esq., and 

Edward Aborn. of this town, merchant, at 

Attleboro. Chronicle of Oct, 4, 1798 



96 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

POTTER Mrs. , widow of John, and Mat- 
thew Robinson, at South Kingstown. 
Chronicle, of Jan. 3, 1799 

Mrs. , widow of Reuben, and John 

Tarp, in this town. Chronicle of May 16, 1799 

Sally, daughter of Capt. William, and Capt. 
Samuel Jackson, in this town, married by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chronicle of April 9, 1801 

Betsey, second daughter of Capt. William, 

and Governor Taft. Chronicle of Aug. 26, 1802 

George and Mercy Randall, daughter of Ben- 
jamin, hatter, formerly of this town, at 
Brattleboro, Vt. Chronicle of Nov. 11, 1802 

Fanny and George Martin, in this town, March 20, 1803 

Sophia, daughter of the late Capt. Abijah, 
and David Byers, of Springfield. Chroni- 
cle of May 26, 1 803 
POWER Sarah, daughter of Capt. Nicholas, and 
David Williams, of Charleston, S. C, 
married by Rev. Mr. Maxcy, Aug. 21, 1796 

Henry and Phebe Loring, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Clarke, Jan. 22, 1797 

Nicholas, Jr., merchant, and Anna Marsh, 

daughter of the late Daniel. Chronicle of Aug. 23, 1798 

Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Nicholas, and 
William Blodgett, Jr., merchant. Chron- 
icle of May 8, 1800 

Rebecca, youngest daughter of Capt. Nicho- 
las, of this town, and Charles J. Air, of 
South Carolina. Chronicle of Oct. 29, 1801 

PRATT Rachal, of Charleston, S. C, and Isaac 
Bullard, of Providence, at said Charles- 
town. Chronicle of Jan. 22, 1795 

Waterman and Mary Bardine. Chronicle of Oct. 22, 1801 

Thomas, of this town, and Betsey Slocum, of 
W^arwick, daughter of the late Capt. Abial, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 21, 1803 

Waterman and Lydia Bardine, daughter of 
Comfort, married by Rev. Dr Gano. 
Chronicle of Feb. 16, 1804 

PRAY Phebe, only daughter of John, Esq., of 
Glocester, aged 15 years, and Silas Ballou, 
only son of Capt. Asa, of Foster, aged 18 
years, at Glocester. Chronicle of Sept. 25, 1794 

PRINCE Maria, of New York, and John Beck- 
ley, P^sq., Clerk of the House of Represent- 
atives, at New York, married by Rev. 
Dr. Lynn, Oct. 14, 1790 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



97 



PROCTER Susannah and Hon. John Foster, 
Esq., Judge of the Court of Admirality. 
Chronicle of 

Hannah, of this town, and Dea. Samuel Ben- 
nett, of Boston, 
PROUD Capt. John and Betsey Jacobs, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel. Chronicle of 

Daniel and Nabby Field, youngest daughter 
of John, married by Rev. Mr. Snow, 

Samuel and Hannah Jacobs, daughter of 
Nathaniel. Chronicle of 



Jan. 12, 1786 

Jan. 13, 1791 

Oct. 19, 1786 

Dec. 6, 1787 

Jan. 6, 1791 



QUACKENBOS Nancy and Thomas Green- 
leaf, printer, at New York. Chronicle of 



Nov. 3, 1791 



R 



RADCLIFFE Mr. 



and Miss 



Tra- 



cey, both of the Island of Jamaica. Chron- 
icle of 

RAILLION Dr. Octavius Augustus Valentine 
Bowen George Washington Warren Lewis, 
Jr., of Boston, and Elizabeth Myers Por- 
ter, of and at Norfolk, Va. Chronicle of 

RANDALL Dr. Stephen, of this town, and Lu- 
cina Winsor, daughter ot Col. Abraham, of 
Smithfield. Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of Benjamin, of this town, 
and Dickson Hall, of Voluntown, married 
by Rev. Mr. Snow, 
Abraham and Mary King, daughter of Asa, 

at Cranston. Chronicle of 
Hannah, daughter of Jonathan, of Pomfret, 

Ct., and George Arnold, at W^arwick, 
Mercy, daughter of Benjamin, hatter, form- 
erly of this town, and George Potter, at 
Brattleboro, Vt. Chronicle of 

RATHBURN Joshua and Waite Kelton, daugh- 
ter of the late Stephen, married by Rev. 
Mr. Gano, 

RAVVSON Joseph, of this town, and Betsey 
Rhodes, of Newport. Chronicle of 



July 30, 1 801 

March 10, 1803 

Jan. 26, 1786 

Dec. 20, 1789 

March 13, 1794 

April 10, 1802 

Nov. II, 1802 

Sept. 23, 1794 
Dec. 15, 1785 



98 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



READ Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. Oba- 

diah, and Capt. John Lyon, of Leicester, 

at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Chroni- 
cle of 
Levi and Nancy Hunt, daughter of Joseph 

W., married at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilder. Chronicle of 
Eliza Taylor, daughter o Josiah, Esq., of 

Thomaston, Me., and Henry J. Knox, son 

of General Knox, at St. George River. 

Chronicle of 
REILLEY Catharine, daughter of Terence, and 

Martin Page. Chronicle of 
RELPH Mrs. Sarah and Caleb Arnold, in this 

town. Chronicle of 
REMINGTON Benjamin, of Warwick, and 

Lydia Manchester, daughter of Matthew, 

of this town. Chronicle of 
Col. John, of Cheshire, Mass., and Mrs. 

Marcy Comstock, widow of Capt. Joseph. 

Chronicle of 
Col. Jonathan, of New York State, and Mrs. 

Sarah Potter, in this town. Chronicle of 
REYNOLDS Joseph and Abigail Updike, at 

North Kingstown. Chronicle of 
Jonathan, Esq., and Mary Spink, daughter of 

Nicholas, at North Kingstown. Chronicle 

of 
RHODES Betsey, of Newport, and Joseph Raw- 
son, of this town. Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of Robert, and Capt. John 

A. Aborn, at Pawtuxet. Chronicle of 
James, merchant, of Pawtuxet, and Elizabeth 

Arnold, daughter of John Rice Arnold, 

Esq., of Cranston. Chronicle of 
Capt. James and Sally Arnold, daughter of 

George, at Warwick. Chronicle of 
Betsey, only daughter of Capt. William, and 

William N. Rhodes, merchant. Chronicle 

of 
William N., merchant, and Betsey Rhodes, 

only daughter of Capt. William. Chroni- 
cle of 
William N., merchant, and Mrs. Mary Throop 

Gushing, married by Rev. Mr. Gano. 

Chronicle of 
Capt. Richard and Tabitha Harris, daughter 

of John, Esq., at Scituate. Chronicle of 
Fenner and Mary McCann, in this town. 

Chronicle of 



April 26, 1792 
March 13, 1800 

June 2, 1803 

Feb. 25, 1796 

June I, 1797 

Dec. 13, 1787 

Nov. 26, 1795 

Dec. 14, 1797 

March 26, 1801 

Feb. 17, 1803 
Dec. 15, 1785 
July 16, 1789 

July 8, 1790 
Aug. 25, 1791 

Oct. 10, 1793 

Oct. 10, 1793 

April 7, 1796 
Nov. 30, 1798 
Sept. 25, 1800 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



99 



RHODES Christopher, of Pawtuxet, merchant, 
and Betsey Allen, of North Kingstown. 
Chronicle of Dec. i6, 1802 

Capt. Daniel and Sally Fennr, deaughter of 

Col. Richard. Chronicle of Dec. 30, 1802 

Capt. Sylvester and Harriet Knight, young- 
est daughter of Nehemiah, Esq., at Crans- 
ton. Chronicle of Dec. 30, 1802 

William and Sarah Arnold, daughter of John 
Rice Arnold, Esq., at Cranston. Chroni- 
cle of March 3, 1803 

Joseph and Maria N. Cranston, both of and 
at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Greene. 
Chronicle of June 30, 1803 

Kezia, of North Providence, and Michael 

Maunger, of Providence. Chronicle of Feb 9, 1804 

RICHARDS George, formerly of this town, and 
Mrs. Sarah Wallace, at Boston. Chronicle 
of April 2^, 1786 

RICHMOND Nathaniel and Susannah Greene, 

daughter of Dea. James. Chronicle of Nov. 16, 1791 

Nathaniel and Betsey Hazard, daughter of 

George, at Newport. Chronicle of Nov. 6, 1794 

Betsey, of Tiverton, and William Gay, of 

Suffield, Ct., in this town. Chronicle of Oct. 6, 1796 

Hannah and Cyres Ellis, of this town, at 

Little Compton. Chronicle of Oct 19, 1797 

Betsey, eldest daughter of William, Esq., of 
this town, and Isaac Washburn, of Taun- 
ton, married by Rev. Mr. Snow. Chroni- 
cle of May 10, 1798 

Betsey, of Swanzey, and Major Samuel Jack- 
son, of this town, at Swanzey. Chronicle 
of Aug. 21, 1800 

ROBBINS Edward Hutchinson, of Milton, Eng., 
and Betsey Murray, of Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Oliver. Chronicle of Nov. 24, 1785 

ROBINSON Sally, daughter of Dr. Robinson, 
of Plainfield, and Joseph Grafton, pastor of 
a Baptist Church, at Newtown, at Plain- 
field. Chronicle of Nov. 13, 1788 

Mary, daughter of James, of Newport, and 
John Bowers, of Somerset, at Newport. 
Chronicle of Oct. 5, 1791 

Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas, and 
John Morton, merchant, of Philadelphia, 
at Friends' Meeting House, Newport. 
Chronicle of July 11, 1793 

Almy, daughter of Thomas, and Robert L. 
Bowne, of New York, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 12, 1793 



200 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE I&LAND 

ROBINSON Capt. Robert, of Newport, and Sally 
Congdon, daughter of Samuel, at South 
Kingstown. Chronicle of April 2, 1795 

Eliza, daughter of Christopher, and Mumford 
Hazard, of Newport, at South Kingstown. 
Chronicle of March 3, 1796 

Capt. Samuel, of Attleboro, and Mrs. Susan- 
nah Foster, of this town, married by Rev. 
Mr. Snow. Chronicle of April 20, 1797 

Matthew and Mrs. Potter, widow of 

John, at South Kingstown. Chronicle of Jan. 3, 1799 

RODMAN Polly, daughter of the late Capt. 
William, of Newport, and Stephen Hop- 
kins, Jr. Chronicle of Feb. 10, 1785 

Charity, daughter of the late Capt. Thomas, 
and Thomas Rotch, of Nantucket, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. 
Chronicle of May 20, 1790 

Penelope, daughter of Robert, and Nathaniel 

Tripp, at South Kingstown. Chronicle of Dec. 22, 1791 
ROGERS ' Fanny and Roger Griswold, Esq., 

attorney at law, at Norwich. Chronicle of Nov. 6, 1788 

Rev. William and Susan Marsh, daughter of 
Joseph, Esq., of the District of Southwark, 
married at Philadelphia, by Rev. Thomas 
Ustick, ' Jan. 15, 1795 

Joseph, merchant, and Ruth Sears, daughter 

of George, Esq., at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 21, 1797 

Emma, daughter of Col. Z , and Sam- 
uel Tyler, merchant, at Norwich, Ct. 
Chronicle of April 21, 1803 

ROGERSON Betsey, daughter of Rev. Robert, 
of Rehoboth, and Capt. Charles DeWolfe, 
of Bristol, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of July 2, 1789 

Thomas, merchant, of Alexandria, Va., and 
Anstress Olney, daughter of Richard, of 
this town. Chronicle of Aug, 23, 1792 

ROOME Eliza and Capt. Oliver Fuller, at Re- 
hoboth. Chronicle of May 16, 1793 
ROTCH Thomas, of Nantucket, and Charity 
Rodman, daughter of the late Capt. 
Thomas, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port. Chronicle of May 20, 1790 
ROWLAND Maria, daughter of the late Rev. 
David S., and John Chaffee, merchant, at 
Windsor, Ct., Chronicle of April 2, 1795 
RUMREILL Polly, daughter of the late Ebene- 

zer, and Benjamin Brown. Chronicle of May 8, 1794 

RUSSELL William, Jr., of this town, and Re- 
becca Potter, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 
at Cranston. Chronicle of April 14, 1785 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 101 

RUSSELL Thomas, Esq., of this town, mer- 
chant, and Betsey Watson, daughter of 
George, Esq., at Plymouth. Chronicle of Nov. 20, 1788 

Mrs. Joanna, of this town, and David L. 

Barnes, Esq., of Taunton. Chronicle of April 2, 1789 

Joseph, Esq.. merchant, and Ann Francis 

Lippitt, of Warwick. Chronicle of April 2, 1789 

Jeremiah and Elizabeth Rowland. Chroni- 
cle of April I, 1790 

Joanna and Capt. William S. Brown, both of 

this town. Chronicle of May 17, 1798 

Abigail, of Mendon, and Otis Ammidown, of 

Providence, at Mendon. Chronicle of Aug. 22, 1799 

Sarah, daughter of John, and Benjamin 
Gladding, Jr., of and at this town. Chron- 
icle of June 23, 1803 

Major Benjamin, of Boston, and Miss 

Campbell, of and at New York. Chroni- 
cle of Sept. 8, 1803 



SABIN Lydia, daughter of Thomas, and Arthur 

Fenner, 3rd. Chronicle of Dec. 6, 1787 

Mrs. Polly, widow of Capt. James, of this 
town, and Patrick McCann, at Rehoboth, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chronicle 
of March 24, 1796 

Charlotte McDonald, daughter of Thomas, 
and Capt. Robert Lillibridge, of Philadel- 
phia. Chronicle of Aug. 31, 1797 

Mrs. Catharine, widow of William, and Dea. 

William Tilley, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of Jan. 28, 1802 

Harriet, daughter of the late Capt. Thomas, 
and Capt. Eleazer Elderkin, married by 
the Rev. Mr. Crocker. Chronicle of Sept. 15, 1803 

Clementina, youngest daughter of the late 
Capt. Thomas, of this town, and Alexan- 
der Adie, of Boston, merchant. Chronicle 
of Oct. 20, 1803 

SALISBURY Jesse and Polly Smith, daughter 

of Jehu. Chronicle of Oct. 29, 1788 

Daniel and Betsey Searle, daughter of Solo- 
mon. Chronicle of Dec. 6, 1792 

Thomas, of Cranston, and Hannah Fiske, 
daughter of Dea. Moses, of Scituate. 
Chronicle of Jan. 9, 1794 



-|Q2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SAMPSON Hepzibah, daughter of Alexander, 

and William Manchester. Chronicle of Sept. 29, 1785 

Samuel. Esq., and Betsey Snow daughter of 

Daniel, dec, in this town. Chronicle of May 16, 1793 

SAYLES Capt. David and Silence Whipple, 

dauchter^f Capt. Stephen. Chronicle of Feb. 26, 1784 

Edward, of Scituate, and Sarah Waterman, 

widow of J. O., of this town, Feb. 20, 1803 

SCOTT Nathaniel and Lydia Arnold, at Cum- 

berland. Chronicle of Jan. 3- 1788 

John and Patty English, daughter of the late 
Capt. William, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wh. ^ ^ Sept. 22, 1791 

George, merchant, of this town, and Re- 
becca Bowers, daughter of the late Henry, 

Esq. Chronicle of , • . . 1. ^°'' '^' ^ ^^ 

Ann and George Whipple, at Sraithfield. 

Chronicle of ^ ^ April 19. 1 804 

SEAGER Nancy, daughter of the late Joseph, 
and Gen. Samuel J. Potter, at South 
Kingstown. Chronicle of Oct. 2, 1788 

SEAMANS Young and Polly Larchar, both of „ ^ _ ^ „^ 
this town. Chronicle of Sept. 24, 1789 

Mrs Polly, widow of Capt. Obed, and Sam- 
uel James. Chronicle of Dec. 4, 1 794 
Martin and Mrs. Sarah Burkett, widow of 

John. Chronicle of Feb. 25, 1796 

Sally, daughter of Martin, and Hezekiah ^ ^ ^ ^^^ 
Harding Chronicle of Sept. 26, 1799 

Rosamond, daughter of Martin, and Capt. 

David Hicks. Chronicle of Dec. 19, i799 

SEARLE lohn and Rhoba Williams, daughter 

of Andrew. Chronicle of . Jan. 7. I790 

Betsey, daughter of Solomon, and Daniel 

Salisbury. Chronicle of i^ec. 0, 1792 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of , of East 

Greenwich, and daughter of Col. Bar- 
zillai Richmond, and W^illiam Tringham. 
Chronicle of , ^^ Dec. 31, 1795 

Nathaniel, Esq., attorney at law, and Mary 

White, daughter of John. Chronicle of Nov. 3, 1790 

SEARS George. Jr., and Lucretia Fry, at New- 

port. Chronicle of July 31. 1700 

Ruth, daughter of George, Esq., and Joseph 
Rogers, merchant, at Newport. Chroni- 

cle of '^' ^^' ^'^' 

SEATON Christopher, Esq., of Island of To- 
bago, and Penelope Wentworth Butler, of 
Hingham, formerly of Providence, at Trin- 
ity Church, Boston, by Rev. Mr. Parker. 
Chronicle of June 12. 1800 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 103 

SEAVER Esther and John Clarke. Chronicle 

of Oct. 1 8, 1798 

SEIBLES Jacob, merchant, and Sally Temple, 
late of this town, at Charleston, S. C. 
Chronicle of Dec. 21, 1786 

SEIXAS Rachal. daughter of Moses, of New- 
port, and Napthali Phillips, of Philadelphia, 
merchant, at Newport. Chronicle of July 27, 1797 

SESSIONS Thomas, of this town, merchant, 
and Betsey Marchant, daughter of the 
Hon. Henry, at Newport. Chronicle of Nov. 10, 1791 

SHAFFER Barnett and Sophia Sprmger, aged 
13 years, 9 mos., at Philadelphia. Chroni- 
cle of Nov. I, 1787 

SHATTUCK Sally, daughter of William, Esq., 

and Mr. Brush, of New York, at 

Boston. Chronicle of Dec. 22, 1796 

SHAW Dr. William and Elizabeth McLaugh- 

ling, late of South Carolina, at Wickford, Oct. 23, 1796 

Mason, Esq., and Mary Padelford, daughter 
of Hon. Seth, at Taunton, Mass. Chroni- 
cle of Oct. 19, 1797 

SHEFFIELD Lucy, late of East Greenwich, 
and Capt. David Zeigler, at Marietta, on 
the Muskingum, Ohio. Chronicle of May 21, 1789 

SHELDON William and Hannah Hartshorn, 
daughter of Stephen, by Rev. Mr. Hitch- 
cock. Chronicle of Jan. 19, 1786 
John and Joanna Branch, daughter of Daniel. 

Chronicle of Feb. 16, 1786 

Polly, daughter of Nehemiah, and Richard 
Whipple, at North Providence. Chronicle 
of Sept. 16, 1790 

Capt. Charles and Sally Earle, daughter of 

William. Chronicle of Nov. 24, 1 791 

Nancy, daughter of Nehemiah, of Johnston, 
and Elisha Whipple, of North Providence, 
at Johnston. Chronicle of Jan. 12, 1792 

Barbara, daughter of James, of Cranston, 
and Samuel Greene, of Coventry, son of 
Job, at Cranston. Chronicle of July 25, 1793 

Nabby, daughter of James, of Cranston, and 
William F. Greene, of Coventry, at Crans- 
ton. Chronicle of Nov. 21, 1793 
Sally, daughter of Capt. James, of Cranston, 
and Ebenezer Jenckes, merchant, of Geor- 
gia, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 11, 1799 
Daniel and Ruth Mason, daughter of Aaron, 

Esq., in this town. Chronicle of Aug. 20, 1801 



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SHEPKRD Rev. Mose, of Little Compton, R. 
I., and Deborah Haskins, daughter of 
John, of Salem, 
Lydia and William Knowles. Chronicle of 
Eliza, of New Bedford, and Benjamin Cole- 
man, of this town. Chronicle of 
SHERBOURNE Col. Henry and Mrs. Catharine 
Tweedy, widow of William, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
SHERMAN Catharine and Edward Harwood, 
at Newport. Chronicle of 
Eunice, daughter of Preserved, of Ports- 
mouth, and Robert Sherman, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
Robert and Eunice Sherman, eldest daugh- 
ter of Preserved, of Portsmouth, at New- 
port. Chronicle of 
SHERWOOD Eliza, of New York, and Rufus 

this town, at New 



of 
of 
William Longfellow, in 

Chronicle of 



Greene, formerly 
York. Chronicle 
SHORT Elizabeth and 
New Hampshire. 
SIMMONS Anthony, of Rhode Island, and Mrs. 
Sarah Glentworth, of and at Philadelphia, 

Sylvester and Nancy Talbot, daughter of 
Benjamin, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Chronicle of 

Ann and Benjamin Crapon. Chronicle of 

Joseph and Eliza Hawkins, daughter of the 
late Edward. Chronicle of 

Ann, of Freetown, and Joshua Walton, of 
this town. Chronicle of 
SINKINS James and Sally Hawkins, daughter 

of the late Edward. Chronicle of 
SKIPWITH Peyton, Jr., son of Sir P., and Cor- 
nelia L. Greene, daughter of the late Major- 
General Greene, in South Carolina. Chron- 
icle of 
SLACK Phebe, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, of 
Scituate, and Daniel Wilbour, of Johnston, 
at Scituate. Chronicle of 

Susannah, of Johnston, daughter of Dr. Ben- 
jamin, late of Scituate, and Benjamin An- 
thony, of this town. Chronicle of 

Lavina, of Scituate, and John Brown, 2d, of 
this town. Chronicle of 
SLOCUM William T., merchant, and Sally Had- 
wen, daughter of John, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 



June 25, 1788 
Feb. 26, 1789 

April 23, 1795 



June 9, 1785 
March 31, 1796 

June 10, 1802 

June 10, 1802 

March 10, 1803 

March i, 1804 

May 25, 1795 

June 21, 1798 
Dec. 24, 1 80 1 

Dec. 24, 1 80 1 

Oct. 20, 1803 
Dec. 31, 1795 

June 3, 1802 
Jan. 19, 1786 

March 28, 1793 
April 14, 1803 

Aug. 15, 1793 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 105 

SLOCUM Betsey, of Warwick, daughter of the 

late Capt. Abial, and Thomas Pratt, of this 

town, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 21, 1803 

Capt. Abel and Phebe P'enner, daughter of 

the late William, of Cranston, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. Chronicle of Oct. 6, 1803 

SLY Amey and Asa Miller, at Cumberland. 

Chronicle of May 7, 1795 

SMITH Sally, daughter of John, Esq., and Will- 
iam Larned, merchant. Chronicle of Feb. 26, 1784 
Lucy, daughter of Richard, of Groton, Ct., 

and Jeptha Wilkinson, of Cumberland. 

Chronicle of April i, 1784 

Abigail, daughter of the late Hay ward, and 

Capt. Benjamin Throop. Chronicle of Sept. 16, 1784 

Henrietta, daughter of the late Capt. How- 
ard, and Samuel G. Dorr. Chronicle of Aug. 18, 1785 
Chloe, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and Hiram 

West, at Scituate. Chronicle of July 10, 1788 

Allen, merchant, and Betsey Cobb, second 

daughter of Hon. Major-General Cobb, at 

Taunton, Aug. 7, 1788 

William and Betsey Black, daughter of 

James, Esq., Sept. i, 1788 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Simon, and Thomas 

Lloyd Halsey, merchant. Chronicle of Oct. 2, 1788 

Polly, daughter of Jehu, and Jesse Salisbury. 

Chronicle of Oct. 29, 1788 

Gideon and Hannah West, daughter of Will- 
iam, Esq., June 11, 1789 
Dr. Alpheus and Polly Smith, daughter of 

John, Esq., at Johnston, married by Rev. 

Moses Badger, June 24, 1790 

Polly, daughter of John, Esq., and Dr. Al- 
pheus Smith, at Johnston, married by Rev. 

Moses Badger, June 24, 1790 

Nathaniel and Nabby Brown, daughter of 

Capt. Jeremiah. Chronicle of Sept 9, 1790 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Relief 

Thurber, both of Barrington, married by 

Rev. Mr. Townsend, Oct. 23, 1791 

Richard, Esq., of Bristol, and Mrs. Ruth 

James, widow of the late Capt. Benjamin, 

of this town, Jan. 25, 1792 

Barnard and Elizabeth De Wolfe, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight. Chronicle of Oct. 11, 1792 

Hezekiah and Alice Beverly, daughter of 

George. Chronicle of Dec. 27, 1792 

Capt. Jacob, of this town, and Polly English, 

at Newport. Chronicle of Aug. 8, 1793 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH Abigail, daughter of Job, and Ldward 
Dexter, merchant, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Chronicle of . r- ■^ 

Fear, daughter of the late Job, and Cyril 
Lodowick Carpenter, at Warwick. Chron- 
icle of __.,-. . ^. 
Lucy and Allen Dean, at Killingly, Ct. 

Chronicle of „t • -o 

John, of Smithfield, and Mrs. Waite Brown. 
Chronicle of t- j a 

Hannah, daughter of Simon, Esq., and Ar- 
nold Whipple, of Smithfield, at Glocester. 
Chronicle of , , . r 

Samuel and Mrs. Sally Sprague, daughter of 
Obadiah Sprague. Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and Dr. 
Luther Andrews Crossman, married at 
Bristol, by Rev. H. Wright. Chronicle of 

Oliver and Kitty Carpenter, daughter of 
Oliver. Chronicle of 

Abigail, daughter of John, Esq., of this town, 
and Harding Harris, Esq., of Johnston, 
married by the Rev. Mr. Usher, 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel, and Caleb 
Allen. Chronicle of -r- j 

Sukey, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and 
Edward Spaulding, of this town, at Bristol. 

Chronicle of , ^i n rr n 

Ratsford, of Connecticut, and Chloe Kelley, 

at Barrington. Chronicle of 
Alice, daughter of the Rev. John, of Digh- 

ton, Mass., and Cyrus Talbot, of Newport. 

Chronicle of .r^ t- t 

Amey, of Johnston, and Dexter Earle, 

married by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Henry, merchant, and Abby Allen, daughter 

of Capt. Zachariah, married by Rev. Mr. 

Clarke 
Charles and Sally Aldrich. Chronicle of 
David and Mrs. Lucy Tyler, late of Prov- 
idence, at Attleboro. Chronicle of 
Amelia, second daughter of Capt. Simon, and 

George R. Burrill, Esq., . 

Joseph and Nabby Townsend. Chronicle of 
Stephen and Amey Jenckes, daughter of 

the late Capt. Charles, in this town. 

Chronicle of -r- j 

Sukey, daughter of Richard, Jr., Esq., and 

Thomas Moore, married at Bristol, by 
Rev. Henry Wight, 



Dec. 12, 1793 

Feb. 27, 1794 
Feb. 27, 1794 
March 6, 1794 

March 27, 1794 
June 26, 1794 

March 5, 1795 
May 19, 1796 

Aug. 21, 1796 
Oct. 27, 1796 

Jan. 12, 1797 
Feb. 16, 1797 

April 5, 1798 
May I, 1798 



Oct. 20, 1799 
Nov. 9, 1799 

Dec. 19, 1799 

Aug. 31, 1800 
Nov. 28, 1800 



Oct. 22, 1801 
Feb. 28, 1802 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 



107 



SMITH Benjamin, of this town, merchant, and 

Francis Fosdick, at Portland, Me., 
Uriah, aged 40, and Miss Peck, aged 

13, at Grafton, N. H. Chronicle of 
Sarah, daughter of the late Capt. Simon, 

and John C, Bucklin, merchant, both of 

this town, married by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

Chronicle of 
SNELLING Hepzibah, of Boston, and Capt. 

John Mumford, of this town, at Boston. 

Chronicle of 
SNOW Polly, daughter of Capt. James, and 

Stephen Wardwell Baker, of this town. 

Chronicle of 
Betsy, daughter of Daniel, dec, and 

Samuel Sampson, Esq., in this town. 

Chronicle of 
Susannah, daughter of the late Daniel, and 

John Crapon. Chronicle of 
Hannah, daughter of Capt. James, and Jona- 
than Crapon, married by Rev. James Wil- 
son. Chronicle of 
Samuel and Achsah Barstow, in this town. 

Chronicle of 
Eliza, daughter of John, and Richard P'ield, 

married by Rev. Mr. Snow, 
Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. Daniel, and 

Walter Paine. Chronicle of 
Sally, daughter of the late Daniel, of this 

town, and John Charles Jenckes. Chronicle 

of 
Benjamin and Anstress Gladding, daughter 

of Benjamin, of this town, married by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson. Chronicle of 
Thomas and Clive Branch, both of this town, 

married by Rev. Dr. Messer. Chronicle 

of 
SOULE Polly, daughter of Capt. William, and 

Capt. Richard E. Updike. Chronicle of 
Seabury, merchant, of this town, and Mrs. 

Mary Howard, of Bristol, Eng. Chronicle 

of 
Susan, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of this 

town, and Charles Patten, of Woodstock, 

Ct., merchant. Chronicle of 
Mary, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of this 

town, and Philip Howard, Esq., at Wood- 
stock, Ct. Chronicle of 
SOUTHWICK Solomon, Jr., printer, and Jane 

Barber, at Albany, N. Y. Chronicle of 



March i, 1803 
June 2, 1803 

July 7, 1803 

Nov. 15, 1798 

Oct. 20, 1784 

May 16, 1793 
July 17, 1794 

July 31, 1794 
Nov. 30, 1798 
P'eb. 14, 1799 
Nov. 20, 1800 

Nov. 27, 1 80 1 

March 31, 1803 

Oct. 6, 1803 
Aug. 27, 1795 

Aug. 16, 1798 

Nov. 20, 1800 

Dec. 10, 1 80 1 
May 7, 1795 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SOUTHWICK Henry C, printer, and Mary 
Wool, at New York. Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Joseph, of Newport, and 
Peleg Turner, of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
SPALDING John T., of this town, and Eliza 
McLellan, of and at Albany, N. Y. Chron- 
icle of 

Edward, of this town, and Sukey Smith, 
daughter of Stephen, Esq., at Bristol. 
Chronicle of 
SPEAR Jeremiah and Sally Tyler, daughter of 

William, hatter. Chronicle of 
SPENCER Margaret, daughter of Daniel, and 
John Lawrence, married by Rev. Mr. 
Hitchcock. Chronicle of 

Daniel and Mrs. Johnson, widow, in 

this town. Chronicle of 

Nathan, of East Greenwich, and Ruth An- 
thony,daughter of Daniel, at Friend's Meet- 
ing House, in this town. Chronicle of 

Anna, daughter of William, and Daniel An- 
thony, at Friends Meeting House, East 
Greenwich. Chronicle of 

Martha, daughter of Benjamin, of East Green- 
wich, and Capt. Jonathan Treadwell. 
Chronicle of 

Nabby, of this town, and Joshua Bennett, of 
Coventry. Chronicle of 

Lydia and Andrew Williams. Chronicle of 
SPINK John and Catharine Allen, daughter of 
John, Esq., at North Kingstown. Chronicle 
of 

Samuel, of South Kingstown, and Barbara 
Lindley, daughter of Capt. Joshua, of this 
town, 

Mary, daughter of Nicholas, and Jonathan 
Reynolds, Esq., at North Kingstown. 
Chronicle of 
SPOONER Abigail, daughter of Benjamin, and 
Clarke Bliss, at Newport. Chronicle of 

Hon. Walter, of Bedford, Mass., and Mrs. 
Mary Peck, widow of William A., of and 
at Newport. Chronicle of 
SPRAGUE Mrs. Sally, daughter of Obadiah 
Sprague, and Samuel Smith. Chronicle of 
SPRIGS Deborah and Samuel Lacount, at Han- 
over, N. H. Chronicle of 



July 2T, 1797 

April 29, 1802 

Aug. 4, 1796 

Jan. 12, 1797 
June 23, 1785 

Dec. 18, 1788 
March 31, 1791 

May 10, 1792 

April II, 1793 

Sept. 10, 1795 

March 29, 1798 
Sept. 17, 1 80 1 

March 27, 1794 

May 26, 1799 

Feb. 17, 1803 
Dec. 17, 1789 

July 7, 1 79 1 
June 26. 1795 
May 27, 1802 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 109 

SPRINGER Sophia, aged 13 years, 9 mos., and 

Barnett Shaffer, at Philadelphia. Chron- 
icle of Nov. I, 1787 
Isaac, of Tiverton, and Abigail White, 

daughter of Ebenezer, of this town. 

Chronicle of Feb. 13, 1800 

STANDFIELD Eliza and Benjamin Albro, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano. Chronicle of Sept. 2, 1802 

STANHOPE John, of Newport, and Anna Law- 
rence, of Rehoboth. Chronicle of Dec. 13, 1798 
STANTENBURGH Peter, aged 16, and Polly 

Briggs, aged 14, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Chronicle of * April 19, 1804 

STANTON Phebe and Luther Greene, in this 

town. Chronicle of March 5, 1795 

STARKWEATHER Oliver and Marian Clay, 

daughter of Capt. J Clay, at Paw- 
tucket. Chronicle of Jan. 13, 1785 
STEAVENS Polly and Christopher Hill. 

Chronicle of Dec. 20, 1787 

Nancy and Joseph Mason. Chronicle of Dec. 27, 1787 

Mrs. Judeth and John Murray, pastor of 

the Church at Glocester, both of this place, 

at Salem. Chronicle of ■ Oct. 16, 1788 

STEERE Richard, Jr., Esq., of Glocester, 

and Lydia Arnold, only daughter of Dr. 

William, at Smithfield. Chronicle of Dec. i, r79i 

STEELE Mary Bond and Nicholas Brown, Esq., 

in this town. Chronicle of July 30, 1801 

STERLING Henrietta, daughter of Dr. Henry, 

and Capt. Samuel Allen. Chronicle of Aug. 26, 1790 

Dr. Henry, Jr., of this town, and Christian 

Little, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, at 

Bridgewater. Chronicle of Nov. 10, 1791 

STERMEY Joseph and Betsey Black, daughter 

of the late Samuel, married by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Chronicle of June 7, 1798 

STERRY Capt. Nathan and Nabby_ Wheaton, 

daughter of Capt. Comfort, married by Rev. 

Mr. Snow, Aug. i, 1788 

STEWART Jane, daughter of Archibald, and 

Robert S. Packard, merchant. Chronicle 

of Nov. 14, 1799 

John, a pensioner, commonly called " Col. 

Stewart," aged 108 years, and Jean Doug- 
lass, aged 60 years, at Aberseldy, Scot. 

Chronicle of Sept. 22, 1803 

STILLMAN Debby, youngest daughter of the 

late Rev. Dr. Stillman, and Rev. Thomas 

Gray, at Boston. Chronicle of May 30, 1793 



110 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



STILLWELL Capt. Daniel and Mrs. Sally 
Bailey, widow of Capt. Gideon, Chronicle 
of 
Nicholas and Elizabeth Page, daughter of 
William. Chronicle of 

STRATTON John, Jr., and Ruth Hart, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Bradley. Chronicle of 

SULLARD Hannah, aged 52 years, and Gurdon 
Chandler, aged 19 years, at Lyme, Ct., 
after a courtship of 3 weeks. Chronicle of 

SUMNER Benjamin, of Boston, and Maria 
Greene, daughter of Jacob, of Coventry, 
married by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock. Chroni- 
cle of 

SWAN Betsey and John Titus, married by Hon. 
Ehsha May, at Attleboro, 

SWEAT Stephen and Roba Chace, daughter of 
Samuel, at Rehoboth. Chronicle of 

SWEET Polly, daughter of Capt. Nehemiah, 
and Paul Drapher. Chronicle of 
Amelia, daughter of Capt. Nehemiah, and 

Aaron Draper. Chronicle of 
Esther, daughter of Capt. Nehemiah, and 

Deyton Dana. Chronicle of 
Rufus and Betsey Clarke, daughter of Sam- 
uel, at South Kingstown. Chronicle of 
Cynthia, daughter of Nehemiah, and Jona- 
than Gladding, merchant. Chronicle of 

SWEETING Polly, daughter of Capt. Job, and 
William Magee. Chronicle of 
Ann, daughter of Capt. Job, and Capt. Ben- 
jamin Page. Chronicle of 
Henry and Sally Durfee, daughter of Capt. 
Ezekiel. Chronicle of 

SWEETLAND Mrs. Hannah, of Hartford, Ct., 
and Joseph Hawkins, editor of Columbian 
Phenix, of Boston, at Hartford. Chronicle 
of 

SYMONDS Huldah, 73 years, and James Cut- 
ler, 19 years, at Salem, Mass. Chronicle 
of 



March 3, 1796 

Aug. 20, 1 80 1 

March 11, 1802 

Feb. I, 1798 

Jan. 3, 1788 

May 12, 1799 

Feb. 25, 1802 

Nov. II, 1790 

Nov. 3, 1 791 

Nov. 3, 1791 

April 26, 1792 

June 5, 1794 

Nov. 12, 1789 

Nov. 16, 1791 

May 28, 1795 

March 20, 1800 
June 7, 1787 



TABER Reuben and Meribah Bennett, daugh- 
ter of Christopher. Chronicle of April 19, 1792 

Mrs. , and John Warner. Chronicle 

of March i, 1798 

Joseph and Mrs. Nancy Hefferlon, both of 

this town, June 12, 1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 



111 



TAFT Grovenor and Betsey Potter, second 

daughter of Capt. William. Chronicle of 
TAGGART Almy, daughter of the late William, 
Esq., of Newport, and Isaac Eveleth, Jr. 
Chronicle of 
TALBOT Benjamin, Jr., and Sally Gardiner, 
daughter of Col. Caleb, married by Rev. 
Mr. Snow. Chronicle of 

Rebecca, daughter of Benjamin, and Gusta- 
vus Taylor. Chronicle of 

Eliza and George Metcalf, Esq., attorney at 
law, at Johnston, N. Y., 

Cyrus, of Newport, and Alice Smith, daugh- 
ter of the Rev. John, of Dighton, Mass. 
Chronicle of 

Nancy, daughter of Benjamin, and Sylvester 
Simmons, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Chronicle of 

Ephraim, merchant, and Sally Whipple, 
daughter of Samuel, in this town. Chron- 
icle of 
TALLMAN Dr. John and Heroine Jenkins, 
daughter of John, of Providence, at Hud- 
son, N Y, Chronicle of 

TARP John and Mrs. Potter, widow of 

Reuben, in this town. Chronicle of 
TAYLOR Edward and Alice Dexter, daughter 
of Christopher, of North Providence. 
Chronicle of 

Andrew and Betsey Field, daughter of Capt. 
John, 

Robert, Esq., and Abigail Pitman, at New- 
port. Chronicle of 

William and Elizabeth Andrews, daughter of 
Col. Zephaniah. Chronicle of 

Gustavus and Rebecca Talbot, daughter of 
Benjamin. Chronicle of 

Dan and Hermoine B. Campbell, at East 
Greenwich, 

Lydia, daughter of Capt. Peter, and Dr. John 
Pope. Chronicle of 

James and Nancy Howland, daughter of the 
late Capt. William, at Newport, married 
by Rev. Mr. Patten. Chronicle of 

Capt. Peter and Mrs. Freelove Gladding, 
widow of John W., 

William, merchant, and Anna Martin, daugh- 
ter of Col. Philip, of this town. Chronicle 
of 



Aug. 26, 1802 

Nov. 29, 1799 

Dec. II, 1788 
Sept. 23, 1790 
March 5, 1791 

April 5, 1798 

June 21, 1798 

April 10, 1800 

March 16, 1786 
May 16, 1799 

March 20, 1788 

July 6, 1788 

Dec. 10, 1789 

Jan. 7, 1790 

Sept. 23, 1790 

Sept. 30, 1792 

Feb. 2, 1797 

April 18, 1799 
Sept. 14, 1800 

Nov. 6, 1800 



-119 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TAYLOR Rebecca, daughter of the late Col. 

Robert, and Benjamin Dexter Greene. 

Chronicle of , ^ . Dec. 3. iSOi 

TEEL George and Zilpha Chace, daughter ot 

Amos, both of this town, married by Rev. 

Dr Gano. Chronicle of April 28, 1796 

TEFFT Patty, daughter of David, and John 

Eddy, in this town, ^^^^Y 9. 1/99 

Nathan and Mary Lillibridge, daughter oi 

Gideon, at South Kingstown. Chronicle , ,, ,0^- 

r March 24, 1003 

TEMPLE Sally, late of this town, and Jacob 

Seibles, merchant, at Charleston, S. C. _ ^^ ^^^^ 

Chronicle of _^ ^ Dec. 21, 1786 

TERRY Mabelle, daughter of Eliphalet, Esq., 

and William Barton, Jr., of Hartford, mer- 

chant, at Enfield, Ct. Chronicle of ^ eb. 23, i797 

TEW Susannah, of Barrington, and Thomas 

Pettis, of Rehoboth, at said Barrington, 

married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Chronicle ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

THAYER Nancy, daughter of Thomas, and 

William Chaffee. Chronicle of July 10, I7^« 

Brio- Gen. Simeon and Mrs. Nancy Angell, 

vvidow of John, and daughter of the late ., ,, ,^^^ 

Stephen Jackson, Esq. Chronicle of April 15, i790 

Polly, daughter of Brig. Gen. Thayer, of this 
town, and George Keith, of Thomson, Ct., 
merchant. Chronicle of April 7, 1 796 

Susannah and Joseph Andrews Foot, both ^ , ,^ ,^^- 

of this town. Chronicle of Oct. 19, 1797 

THOMAS Joshua, printer, and Mrs. Hannah 

Thompson, both of Boston, married by ^ , « ,^0^ 

Rev. Mr. Freeman. Chronicle of <Jct. «, 1709 

Marianna, only daughter of Isaiah, Esq., of 
Worcester, and James R. Hutchins, printer, 
of Windsor, at Menotomy, by Rev. Mr. 
Fiske. Chronicle of Jan. 26, 1792 

Capt. Samuel, of this town, and Mary Met- 
nor, of and at Charleston. S. C. Chron- 
icle of _ A"g- ^5. 1799 

THOMPSON Mrs. Hannah and Joshua Thomas, 

printer, both of Boston, married by Rev. „ ^ „ ^^^ 

Mr. Freeman. Chronicle of Oct. 8, 17^9 

Alexander and Joanna Wilkinson, daughter 
of the late Daniel, at Cumberland. Chron- 
icle of ^ ., May 15, 1794 

John P., Esq., editor of the Fredericktown 
Herald, and Margaret Holmes, at Fred- 
ericktown, Md. Chronicle of • Dec. 23, 1802 



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THROOP Capt. Benjamin and Abigail Smith, 
daughter of the late Hayward. Chronicle 
of 

Mrs. Abigail, widow of Capt. Benjamin, and 
Capt. John Arnold, married by Rev. Dr. 
Hitchcock, 
THURBER Relief and Polly Smith, daughter 
of Capt. Joseph, both of Barrington, mar- 
ried by Rev. iMr. Townsend, 

Sally, and George Benson, merchant. Chron- 
icle of 

Nancy, daughter of Edward, Esq., and Joseph 
Fenner, in this town. Chronicle of 

Waite, daughter of William, Esq., and Syl- 
vanus Tillinghast. Chronicle of 

John and Freelove Thurston. Chronicle of 

Squire and Catharine Fowle, daughter of 
Jonathan. Chronicle of 

James and Olive Bowen, at Warren. Chron- 
icle of 

Dr. Daniel and Olive Penniman, at Mendon, 
married by Rev. Caleb Alexander. Chron- 
icle of 

William and Hannah Clements, married by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Chronicle of 

Penelope, daughter of John, and John A. 
Pearse, Jr. Chronicle of 

Dexter and Hannah Gorham, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Major Jabez. Chronicle of 
THURSTON Freelove and John Thurber. 

Chronicle of 
TIFFANY Major Jonathan and Nancy Pitman, 
daughter of Saunders, of this town, 
married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
TILLEY Dea. William and Mrs. Catharine 
Sabin, widow of William, at Rehoboth. 
Chronicle of 
TILLINGHAST Polly, daughter of the late Par- 
don, Jr., and John Mumford, merchant. 
Chronicle of 

Joanna, daughter of Nicholas, Esq., and 
James Hodges, merchant, at Taunton. 
Chronicle of 

Hannah, daughter of Col. Daniel, and Samuel 
Aborn, Jr., married by Rev. Enos Hitch- 
cock, 

Nicholas, Jr., and Betsey Atwell, daughter of 
Amos. Chronicle of 

Stephen, merchant, and Theodosia Foster, 
daughter of Theodore, Esq. Chronicle of 



Sept. i6, 1784 

March 8, 1792 

Oct. 23, 1791 

Jan. 31, 1793 

Aug. 14, 1794 

Nov. 13, 1794 
Feb. 25, 1796 

June 9, 1796 

Dec. 29, 1796 

Dec. 6, 1798 

Jan. 30, 1800 

March 31, 1803 

June 9, 1803 

Feb. 25, 1796 

May 18, 1800 

Jan. 28, 1802 

June 16, 1785 

Aug. 17, 1786 

Oct. 7, 1787 

March 26, 1789 

May 29, 1794 



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TILLINGHAST Sylvanus and Waite Thurber, 
daughter ot William, Esq. Chronicle of 
Thomas and Lucy Allen, daughter of the late 
Samuel, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 
William Northup. Chronicle of 
Polly, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Joseph 
Bowen, of Coventry, at East Greenwich. 
Chronicle of 
William and Betsey Champlain, daughter of 
William, of Westerly, at Newport. Chron- 
icle of 
Catharine, daughter of the late Dr. William, 
and Capt. John Dennis, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
Job and Sally R. Davis, both of and at East 
Greenwich. Chronicle of 
TILTON Thomas, in 76th year, and Mary 
Lucar, in 13th year, at Middletown, N. J.; 
the bride is the daughter's daughter of a 
former wife of the groom, 
TISDALE James, of Boston, and Abigail B. 

Trescott, at Taunton. Chronicle of 
TITUS John and Betsey Swan, married by Hon. 

Elisha May, at Attleboro, 
TOBEY Capt. Enock, and Rebecca Littlefield, 
daughter of Solomon, at Newport. Chron- 
icle of 
TOLER Betsey North, daughter of Daniel, of 
North Providence, and Dr. Moses Baker, 
married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, 
TOMAN Ruth, daughter of the late John, and 

Thomas Low. Chronicle of 
TOPHAM George Washington and Ruth For- 
rester, daughter of the late Capt. Thomas. 
Chronicle of 
TOURTELLOT Dorcas, daughter of Daniel, 
Esq., of Glocester, and Capt. Jonathan 
Aborn, of Pawtuxet, at Glocester. Chroni- 
cle of 
William and Lydia Eddy, both of and at 
Glocester. Chronicle of 
TOWNSEND Polly, daughter of Thomas, and 
Capt. Robert Pearce, of Nova Scotia, at 
Newport. Chronicle of 
Nabby and Joseph Smith. Chronicle of 
Solomon, of Providence, and Amelia Hub- 
bard, daughter of John, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 
John F., of Newport, and Ann Easton, 
daughter of Nicholas, of and at Portsmouth. 
Chronicle of 



Nov. 13, 1794 

July 9, 1795 

March 17, 1796 

April 7, 1796 

Sept. I, 1796 
Feb. 25, 1802 

Feb. 5, 1800 
Feb. 27, 1800 
May 12, 1799 

Oct. 7, 1784 

Feb. 13, 1793 
Oct. 12, 1797 

Oct. 27, 1796 

June I, 1797 
April 18, 1799 



Nov. 16, 1 79 1 
Nov. 28, 1800 



March 25, 1802 
Feb. 16, 1804 



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115 



TRACY Miss 



and Mr. 



Radcliffe, 
Chronicle 



both of the Island of Jamaica, 
of 

TREADWELL Polly, daughter of Capt. Jona- 
than, and Dr. Olney Fuller, married by 
Rev. Mr. Hitchcock. Chronicle of 
Patience, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and 

Capt. William Page. Chronicle of 
Capt. Jonathan and Martha Spencer, 
daughter of Benjamin, of East Greenwich. 
Chronicle of 

TRESCOTT Abigail B. and James Tisdale, of 
Boston, at Taunton. Chronicle of 

TRINGHAM William and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Searle, widow of , of East Green- 
wich, and daughter of Col. Barzillai Rich- 
mond. Chronicle of 

TRIPE Sally, daughter of the late Samuel, and 
Nehemiah Dodge, at Attleboro. Chronicle 
of 

TRIPP Arthur and Sally Knowles, daughter of 
Edward. Chronicle of 
Nathaniel and Penelope Rodman, daughter 
of Robert, at South Kingstown. Chroni- 
cle of 
Hannah and Joseph Angell, at North Provi- 
dence. Chronicle of 

TROTT George, merchant, and Bathsheba Ba- 
ker, only daughter of Luke, merchant, at 
Boston. Chronicle of 

TRUMBULL Samuel, printer, and Lucinda 
Palmer, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., at 
Stonington. Chronicle of 

TRUMAN John, of New London, and Sally 
Hammond, of this town. Chronicle of 

TUCKER Mary, daughter of Morris, and Ben- 
jamin Bartlett, at Cumberland. Chronicle 
of 
James and Nancy Greene, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

TUCKERMAN Hannah and John Lopans, of 
Charlestown, Mass., at Boston. Chronicle 
of 
Betsey and Chester Clarke, both of this town. 
Chronicle of 

TUFTS Ruth, daughter of Capt. Simon, of 

Charleston, S. C, and Colonel 

Vose, late of the Massachusetts Line in the 
Army. Chronicle of 



July 30, 1 80 1 

Nov. 24, 1785 
Dec. 22, 1791 

Sept. 10, 1795 
Feb, 27, 1800 

Dec. 31, 1795 

Oct. I, 1795 
Nov. I, 1787 

Dec. 22, 1791 
March 29, 1804 

Nov. 27, 1802 

July 25, 1799 
Jan. 30, 1794 

Feb. 16, 1797 
Feb. 9, 1800 

Sept. 17, 1789 
April 24, 1794 

March 25, 1784 



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TURNER Amos and Polly Griffiths, daughter 

of John. Chronicle of Nov. 5, 1789 

Rhoba and Henry Nimmo, of Richmond, 

Va., at Warren. Chronicle of Oct. 23, 1794 

Hannah, daughter of the late Joseph, and 

Seth Yates, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 27, 1798 

Peleg, of Portsmouth, and Sally Southwick, 

daughter of Joseph, of and at Newport. 

Chronicle of April 29, 1802 

TURPIN Benjamin and Lydia Wheaton, daughter 

of William, Esq. Chronicle of Nov. 22, 1787 

TWEEDEY Mrs. Catharine, widow of William, 

and Col. Henry Sherbourne, at Newport. 

Chronicle of June 9, 1785 

TYLER Sally, daughter of William, hatter, and 

Jeremiah Spear. Chronicle of June 23, 1785 

Mrs. Lucy, late of Providence, and David 

Smith, at Attleboro. Chronicle of Dec. 19, 1799 

Solomon and Lorania Mason, daughter of 

Edward, married by Rev. Dr. Maxcy. 

Chronicle of June 4,1801 

Samuel, merchant, and Emma Rogers, 

daughter of Col. Z , at Norwich Ct. 

Chronicle of April 21, 1803 



u 



/ 

UNDERHILL Richardson and Elizabeth Jen- 
kins, daughter of Thomas, Esq., Mayor of 
Hudson, N. Y., at Friends' Meeting 
House there, 
UPDIKE Sally, daughter of Capt. John, and 
Capt. Scott Jenckes, 

Capt. Richard E. and Polly Soule, daughter 
of Capt. William. Chronicle of 

Daniel E., Esq., of North Kingstown, and 

Arnold, daughter of Col. Willliam, 

at East Greenwich. Chronicle of 

Abigail and Joseph Reynolds, at North 
Kingstown. Chronicle of 

Capt. Daniel, of this town, and Eliza Ann 
Van Doosonbury, of and at New York. 
Chronicle of 



May 2, 1799 

Sept. 5, 1790 

Aug. 27, 1795 

May 23, 1799 
March 26, 1801 

June 23, 1803 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 117 



VANDERBECK Nancy, daughter of Isaac, Jr., 
Esq., and James Walker, of New York, 
formerly of this town, in New Jersey. 
Chronicle of April 6, 1786 

VAN DOOSONBURY Eliza Ann, of New 
York, and Capt. Daniel Updike of this 
town, at New York. Chronicle of June 23, 1803 

VAN NESS John P., Esq., M. C, from N. Y., 

and Marcia Burns, of N. Y. City, June 9, 1802 

VAN RENSSALAER Magdalen, daughter of 
Col. Henry, and William Y. Burrough, 
formerly of this town, merchant, at Clava- 
rock, N. Y. Chronicle of Oct. 26, 1797 

VARY Nabby, daughter of Nathan, of Mendon, 
and Simon Whipple, of Cumberland, at 
Mendon. Chronicle of Dec. 11, 1794 

VERNON Samuel, 3rd, and Betsey Ellery, eld- 
est daughter of Christopher, Esq., at New- 
port. Chronicle of Jan. 13, 1785 

VERRY Patience, daughter of Nathan,. of Men- 
don, and Asa Aldis, of Franklin, Mass. 
Chronicle of Sept. 21, 1797 

VIALL Polly, daughter of John, of this town, 
and John Mumford, of Newport, merchant. 
Chronicle of Sept. 16, 1784 

Mrs. Ruth, of Barrington, 73 years, and Col. 
William Bullock, of Rehoboth, 75 years, 
married by Rev. Solomon Townsend, 73 
years. The bride is youngest of four 
sisters now living, at Barrington, April 11, 1790 

Hezekiah and Ann Frances Low, at Barring- 
ton. Chronicle of Dec. 17, 1795 
Patience, of this town, and Jacob Horton, of 
Blackley, Penn., at Philadelphia, married 
by Rev. Mr. Rogers. Chronicle of Jan. 10, 1799 
Polly, daughter of the late Donnelly, and 

William Wilson, May 13, 1802 

VINSON Sarah, daughter of Dea. Samuel, of 

Newport, and Mr. R Cannon, in South 

Carolina. Chronicle of Feb. 25, 1802 

VINTON David, merchant, and Mary Atwell, 
youngest daughter of Col. Amos. Chron- 
icle of May 25, 1797 



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118 

vn^F Colonel , late of the Massachusetts 

^^ UneTn he Army, and Ruth Tufts, daugh- 
tir of Capt. Simon, of Charleston. S. C. 

Ph^ebe'taughter of Edward, .and Samuel 
Hudson, at Newport. Chronicle of 



March 25, 1784 
Dec. 27. 1798 



w 



WADE Elhanan W.and Hannah Brown daugh- 
ter of Jesse, dec, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr Hill. Chronicle of . ■ a 

WALCOTT Fanny and Oliver May, at Cumber- 
land. Chronicle of . 

WALES Sarah C, daughter o Samuel, Esq of 
Taunton, Mass., and Nathaniel Hazard, 

WAT Ke'r "'lamTof New York, merchant, 

'^'''' ton'^erlfoT th,s town, and Nancy Vande. 

beck, daughter of Isaac, Jr., Esq., m New 

NSe,a?d°P^y°Horton,bothofth,s 

town. Chronicle of -n- u ^a^ 

WALLACE Mrs. Sarah and George Richards, 
^formerly of this town, at Boston. Chron- 

FannV^ daughter of Capt. James, of New- 
port,' and John Cundall. of Portsmouth. 
Chronicle of . c;m 

WALTON Joshua, of this town, and Ann Sim- 
mons, of Freetown. Chronicle of 

AArAXTTON Mrs Sarah, widow of the late tion. 

Toseph Tr Esq , and William Atherton, 

irja'maiia,'at N^ewport Chronicle o 

Pollv daughter of the late Capt. Peter, of 

Tewpor^. and Sylvanus Hopkins. Chron- 

Sa^ly!dLghter of the late Capt. Edward, and 
Capt. Joseph Huntington, at Newport. 
Chronicle of 



Sept. 8, 1803 

Nov. 13, 1794 
June 25, 1789 

March 17, 1803 

April 6, 1786 
Dec. 18, 1794 

April 27, 1786 

Feb. 4, 1802 
Oct. 20. 1803 

Jan. 13, 1785 

Feb. 10, 1 79 1 

Sept. 20, 1792 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES ng 

WARD Richard, merchant, and Betsey Brown, 

daughter of the late Joseph. Chronicle of Aug. 27, 1789 
John, merchant, and Eliza Bowen, daughter 

of Dr. Ephraim. Chronicle of Jan. 10, 1793 

Henry and Mary Grimke, of Charleston, 

S. C, in this town, married by Rev. Dr. 

Hitchcock, Aug. 3, 1799 

WARDWELL Hannah Swan and William 

Adams, at Bristol. Chronicle of Oct. 27, 1791 

WARING Edmund Thomas and Freelove So- 
phia Malbone, daughter of Francis, Esq., 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Dehon, Chron- 
icle of Oct. 6, 1803 
WARNER Hannah, daughter of Capt. Samuel, 

and Jesse Cooke, married by Rev. Dr. 

Manning, Feb. 17, 1791 

Keziah and Jaykel Dana, both of this town. 

Chronicle of Dec. 26, 1793 

Betsey, eldest daughter of Capt. Oliver, and 

Capt. Peleg Wood, Jr., both of and at 

Newport. Chronicle of Nov. 2, 1794 

John and Mrs. Tabor. Chronicle of March i, 1798 

Sally R., daughter of Oliver R., of Newport, 

and Capt. Benjamin Page, married by Rev, 

Mr. Clarke, Sept. 19, 1799 

Esther Field, daughter of the late Capt. 

William, of Middletown, Ct., and Major 

Benjamin Hoppin, Jr., of this town, at 

Middletown, Nov. 27, 1802 

Mary A., daughter of Capt. John S., and 

Smieon Field. Chronicle of Dec. 2, 1803 

WARREN Abijah, of Attleboro, and Lydia 

Nightingale, daughter of the late Samuel, 

Esq. Chronicle of Oct. 24, 1793 

Samuel, of this town, and Mary Mellen, 

daughter of Col. James, at Milford, married 

by Rev. Caleb Alexander, April 19, 1797 

WASHBURN Isaac, of Taunton, and Betsey 

Richmond, eldest daughter of William, 

Esq., of this town, married by Rev. Mr, 

Snow. Chronicle of May 10, 1798 

Ann, daughter of Isaac, Esq., and Nathaniel 

Williams Crossman, merchant, at Taunton. 

Chronicle of Nov. 19, 1801 

WASHINGTON Mrs, Fanny, of Mt. Vernon, • 

Va., and Tobias Lear, Esq., at Philadelphia. 

Chronicle of Aug. 20, 1795 

WATERHOUSE Dr. Benjamin, professor of 

the Theory and Practice of Physic in the 

University at Cambridge, Mass., and of 



120 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

WATERHOUSE: 

Natural History in the College in this 

State, and Miss Elizabeth Oliver, at 

Boston. Chronicle of June 12, 1788 

WATERMAN John Olney and Sally Franklin, 

daughter of Capt. Asa, of this town. 

Chronicle of Jan. i, 1784 

Mary, of Providence, and Jeremiah Winsor, 

Esq., of Smithfield. Chronicle of April 21, 1796 

Polly, daughter of the late Capt. William, of 

Smithfield, and Thomas Brown, of this 

town, at Smithfield. Chronicle of Nov. 22, 1798 

Lydia, daughter of Job, Esq., and Nehemiah 

Knight, 3d, of Cranston, at Johnston, mar- 
ried by Rev. Samuel Winsor, July 21, 1799 
Elizabeth and Samuel Morgan, in this town, 

married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1800 

Nathan, 2nd, and Nancy Wheaton, daughter 

of James, of this town. Chronicle of Oct. 14, 1802 

Sarah, widow of J. O., of this town, and Ed- 
ward Sayles, of Scituate, Feb. 20, 1803 
WATKINS David, of Hartford, merchant, and 

Olive Hudson, daughter of Barzillai, Senior 

Editor of the Connecticut Courant, at Hart- 
ford. Chronicle of June 2, 1803 
WATSON Betsey, daughter of George, Esq., 

and Thomas Russell, Esq., of this town, 

merchant, at Plymouth. Chronicle of Nov. 20, 1788 

Elkanah, of Plymouth, and Mrs. 

Glover, of and at Marblehead. Chronicle of Feb. 2, 1792 

Mrs. Ruth and Benjamin Bowen, Esq., of 

Norway, N. Y., at Thompson, Ct., Feb. 22, 1797 

Rev. Samuel, of Barrington, and Martha 

Bicknell, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of 

Attleboro. Chronicle of Dec. 19, 1799 

Rev. John and Miss McMillan, 

daughter of Rev. John, married at Com- 

monsburgh. Pa., by Rev. Mr. Marquis, 
WEAVER Betsey and John Greenwood, dentist, 

at New York. Chronicle of April 17, 1788 

WEEDEN John, of Jamestown, and Ann Chace, 

daughter of Holder, at P'riends' Meeting 

House, R. I. Chronicle of Jan. 17, 1799 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel, and Capt. 

Daniel Coates, married by Rev. Mr. 

Badger. Chronicle of Oct. 14, 1790 

WELD Ezra Waldo, printer, of Springfield, and 

Mary Wheeler, daughter of Joseph, Esq., 

of Worcester. Chronicle of April 8, 1790 

Hermoine and Ebenezer T. Andrews, printer, 

both of this town. Chronicle of Dec. 29, 1791 



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121 



WELD Hermoine and Ebenezer T, Andrews, 
printer, both of and at Philadelphia. 
Chronicle of 
WELLS Nancy and Luther Lyon, at Wood- 
stock, Ct. Chronicle of 
WELSH Catharine and Nathan Munro, Jr., 
late of Rehoboth, at Baltimore. Chronicle 
of 

Samuel, merchant, of Hopkinton, Mass., and 
Eliza Leverett, of Boston. Chronicle of 
WEST Hiram and Chloe Smith, daughter of 
Stephen, Esq., at Scituate. Chronicle of 

Polly, daughter of Benjamin, P3sq., and 
Oliver Pearce, married by Rev. Mr. Hitch- 
cock, 

Hannah, daughter of William, Esq., and 
Gideon Smith, 

Elizabeth and Rev. Dr. Samuel Hopkins, 
married by Rev. William Patten, at New- 
port, 

Mary, daughter of the late Capt. S , 

and William Greene. Chronicle of 
WESTCOTT Sylvester and Delia Carpenter, 
both of and at Cranston. Chronicle of 

Mary, daughter of Caleb, Esq., of Warwick, 
and Capt, Job Carpenter, of this town, at 
Warwick, by Elder Littlefield. Chron- 
icle of 
WESTRAY Julia and William B. Wood, both 
of the New Theatre, at Philadelphia. 
Chronicle of 
WHEATON Dr. Levi and Patty Burrell. daugh- 
ter of Joseph, at Newport. Chronicle of 

Lydia, daughter of William, Esq., and Benja- 
min Turpin. Chronicle of 

Nabby, daughter of Capt. Comfort, and 
Capt. Nathan Sterry, married by Rev. 
Mr. Snow, 

Caleb and Mrs. Zerviah Charlotte Hopkins, 
widow of Samuel, married by Rev. Mr. 
Snow. Chronicle of 

Dr. Jesse and Betsey Dixon, daughter of 
Robert, Esq., at Voluntown, Ct., 

Jonathan and Sarepta Martin, youngest 
daughter of the late Sylvanus, Esq., at 
Rehoboth. Chronicle of 

Abigail, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., and 
Richard Jackson, Jr. Chronicle of 

Capt. Samuel and Phebe Kelton, married by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Chronicle of 



Dec. 29, 1791 
Aug. 5, 1802 

Jan. 22, 1789 
Jan. 25, 1798 
July 10, 1788 

Dec. 28, 1788 
June II, 1789 

Sept. 14, 1794 

I'eb. II, 1802 

Feb. 2, 1804 

March i, 1804 

Feb. 16, 1804 

Jan. 20, 1785 

Nov. 22, 1787 

Aug. I, 1788 

Dec. 25, 1788 
May 5, 1790 

Nov. 22, 1792 

March 26, 1795 

June 9, 1796 



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WH EATON Freelove, daughter of James, and 
Haile Gladding. Chronicle of 

Martha, daughter of James, and Samuel 
Eddy, Esq. Chronicle of 

Nancy, daughter of James, of this town, 
and Nathan Waterman, 2nd. Chronicle of 
WHEELER Mary, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of 
Worcester, and Ezra Waldo Weld, printer, 
of Springfield. Chronicle of 
WHEELOCK Rachal, of Uxbridge, and Nathan- 
iel Branch, of this town, at Uxbridge. 
Chronicle of 
WHIPPLE Silence, daughter of Capt. Stephen, 
and Capt. David Sayles. Chronicle of 

Polly, daughter of Abraham, Esq., and Dr. 
Ezekiel Comstock. Chronicle of 

Polly, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, and John 
Brown, at North Providence. Chronicle of 

Richard and Polly Sheldon, daughter of 
Nehemiah, at North Providence. Chron- 
icle of 

Jeremiah, Jr., and Nancy Dexter, both of 
and at Cumberland. Chronicle of 

Elisha, of North Providence, and Nancy 
Sheldon, daughter of Nehemiah, of and at 
Johnston. Chronicle of 

Mrs. Nancy and Capt. Jeremiah Jencks, 

Martha, daughter of Col. Simon, and Capt. 
George Hallowell, at Cumberland. Chron- 
icle of 

Arnold, of Smithfield, and Hannah Smith, 
daughter of Simon, Esq., at Glocester. 
Chronicle of 

Ruth, daughter of Stephen, of Smithfield, 
and Alpheas Ammidown, of Dudley, at 
Smithfield. Chronicle of 

Sally and Col. Ephraim Bowen, Jr., married 
by Rev. Abraham L. Clarke, of the Epis- 
copal Church in this town, 

Simon, of Cumberland, and Nabby Vary, 
daughter of Nathan, of and at Mendon. 
Chronicle of 

Sally, daughter of Capt. Stephen, of Smith- 
field, and Samuel Butler, of this town, 
merchant, at Smithfield, married by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Chronicle of 

Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. Stephen, 
and Abraham Wilkinson, of North Provi- 
dence, at Smithfield. Chronicle of 



March 22, 1798 
Dec. 10, i8or 
Oct. 14, 1802 

April 8, 1790 

March 14, 1799 
Feb. 26, 1784 
July 16, 1789 
Feb. 25, 1790 

Sept. 16, 1790 
April 7, 1 79 1 



Jan. 12, 1792 
Sept. 17, 1792 



Jan. 23, 1794 

March 27, 1794 

April 18, 1794 

Oct. 19, 1794 

Dec. II, 1794 

May 14, 1795 
Sept. 17, 1795 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 123 

WHIPPLE Amelia, daughter of Joseph, and 
Oliver Cory, at Smithfield, married by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Chronicle of Dec. 8, 1796 

Sally, daughter of Samuel, and Ephraim 
Talbot, merchant, in this town. Chronicle 
of April 10, 1800 

George and Ann Scott, at Smithfield. 

Chronicle of April 19, 1804 

WHITAKER Jabez B., Esq., of this town, 
attorney at law, and Thankful Champlain, 
daughter of the late John, Esq., of Charles- 
town, at South Kingstown, Chronicle of April 19, 1804 
WHITE Mary, daughter of John, and Nathan- 
iel Searle, Elsq., attorney at law. Chron- 
icle of Nov. 3, 1796 

William and Betsey Barker, daughter of 

Samuel. Chronicle of Sept. 5, 1799 

Abigail, daughter of Ebenezer, of this town, 
and Isaac Springer, of Tiverton. Chron- 
icle of Feb. 13, 1800 

Nancy and Oliver Miller. Chronicle of Nov. 20, 1800 

WHITING John, of this town, and Beulah 
Lewis, daughter of Joseph, of Dedham. 
Chronicle of Dec. 17, 1789 

WHITMAN Jacob, Jr., merchant, and Polly 
Angell, daughter of the late James, Esq. 
Chronicle of April 6, 1786 

Benjamin and Hannah Gardiner, daughter 
of Capt. Robert, late of Boston, dec, 
married by Rev. Mr. Badger, May 6, 1788 

Ann, aged 57 years, of Bridgewater, and 
Capt. Thompson Baxter, of Quincy, aged 
66 years, at Bridgewater, "after a court- 
ship of 48 years which they bore with 
Christian fortitude." Chronicle of Jan. 25, 1798 

Urania, of Smithfield, and Power Knowles, 

of this town. Chronicle of Feb. 15, 1798 

WHITNEY Mrs. Mary, of Warwick, and Col. 
Benjamin Hoppin, of this town, at War- 
wick. Chronicle of June 5, 1794 

Eliza and Royal Farnum, in this town. 
Chronicle of Oct. 22, 1801 

Martha, daughter of Rev. Mr. Whitney, and 
Darius H. Carey, at Brooklyn, Ct. Chron- 
icle of March 17, 1803 

WICKHAM Eliza, second daughter of Thomas, 
Esq., merchant, and Dr. Walter C. Gardi- 
ner, of South Kingstown, at Trinity 
Church, Newport, Dec. 6, 1792 



May 10, 1792 



^^^ VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

WIGHT Rev. Henry, of Bristol, and Alice Bur- 

rington, of Tiverton married by Rev. 

Mase Shepherd, at Little Compton, . June 21, I7«9 

T?ev Henrv of Bristol, and Clarrissa 

^teon^rd, 's'econd daughter.of Col. Zepha- 

niah, at Raynham. Chronicle of March 14, 1/99 

WIGHTMAN Peleg, of Cranston, and Elizabeth 
^' Greene, daughter of John of and at 

Charlestown, R. I. Chronicle of ^"g- 7, 1794 

WTGNELL Thomas, theatre manager, and Mrs. 

Anne Merry, both of and at Philadelphia Jan. i, 1803 

WILBOUR Daniel, of Johnston, and Fhebe 
Slack, daughter of Dr. Benjamm, of and 
atScituate Chronicle of , ,, ,„ Jan. y, / 

Phebe, daughter of Joseph of Johnston, 
R. i., and^ Elder Michael Eddy, of Swan- 
zey at said Johnston, ^^P^- ^7. 17°/ 

Thomas, of Johnston, and Betsey Buffing- 
ton, daughter of Benjamin, at Somerset, 
Mass. Chronicle of Uct. 13, i79 

WILDE Rebecca, daughter of Dea. Darnel, and 
Daniel Farrington, at Taunton . Chronicle 

Samuel Summer and Eunice Cobb, third 

daughter of Gen. Cobb, at Taunton. 

Chronicle of , , 1 j J / ' ' 

WILKINSON Jeptha, of Cumberland and 

Lucy Smith, daughter of Richard, of 

Groton,Ct. Chronicle of , „ , ^^ April i, 17M 

Mrs. Abigail and Capt. Charles Handy, at 

Newport. Chronicle of • J^^y 5, ^7W 

Joanna: daughter of the late Daniel, and 
^ Alexander Thompson, at Cumberland. ^^^^ 

Chronicle of . ^ , 1 j •' 

Lucy, daughter of William, of Cumberland, 

and Noah Carpenter of Attleboro, at 

Cumberland. Chronicle of l^eb. I5, 1793 

Abraham, of North Providence, and Lydia 

Whipple, daughter of the late Capt. 

Stephen, at Smithfield. Chronicle of Sept. 17, i79b 

Freelove, daughter of William, of Glocester, 

and Erastus Learned, at Kilhngly, Ct. 

Chronicle of ,. , Jan. 5, 1 797 

William, Esq., postmaster, of this town and 

Marcy Wilkinson, daughter of Oziel ot 

and at North Providence, married by Rev. 

Mr. Maxcy, ^ . .t .u p • 

Marcy, daughter of Oziel, of North Prov - 
dence and William Wilkinson, Esq., post- 
master, ot this town, at North Providence, 
married by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, ^ec. 30, I79» 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE-MARRIAGES 125 

WILLIAMS Obadiah and Dorcas Earle, daugh- 
ter of Capt. John, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 24, 1789 

Rhoba, daughter of Andrew, and John 

Searle. Chronicle of Jan. 7, 1790 

Alice, daughter of Andrew, and Esek Eddy, 

Jr. Chronicle of Jan. 28, 1790 

Zilpha and Arthur M. Potter, at Cranston. 

Chronicle of May 7, 1795 

Abigail, daughter of Andrew, and George 

Lindley. Chronicle of May 28, 1795 

David, of Charleston, S. C, and Sarah 

Power, daughter of Capt. Nicholas, 

married by Rev. Mr. Maxcy, Aug. 21, 1796 

Nathaniel and Mrs. Mary Field. Chronicle 

of March i, 1798 

Phebe and Henry Mathewson, both of 

Cranston, Oct. 8, 1798 

Lydia, eldest daughter of the late Capt. John, 

of Dighton, and Preston Clafiand, of and 

at Attleboro. Chronicle of Nov. 29, 1799 

Andrew, Jr., and Lydia Spencer. Chronicle 

of Sept. 17, 1 80 1 

Eliza and Capt. John Anthony, in this town. 

Chronicle of Sept. 17, 1801 

Eliphalet, merchant, of Boston, and Malansa 

Williams, daughter of Capt. George, at 

Raynham. Chronicle of Nov. 5, 1801 

Malansa, daughter of Capt. George, and Eli- 
phalet Williams, merchant, of Boston, at 

Raynham. Chronicle of Nov. 5, 1801 

Sally, daughter of the late John, Esq., and 

Rev. Oliver Dodge, both of Pomfret, Ct., 

at Glocester. Chronicle of July 23, 1802 

Ann, daughter of Caleb, and John Barton, 

Jr., in this town. Chronicle of Dec. 23, 1802 

Cynthia, daughter of John, of Mansfield, 

Mass., and David Williams, merchant, for- 
merly of this town, at Mansfield, by Rev, 

Mr. Greene. Chronicle of June 9, 1803 

David, merchant, formerly of this town, and 

Cynthia Williams, daughter of John, of and 

at Mansfield, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Greene. 

Chronicle of June 9, 1803 

Henry and Hepzibah Earle, in this town. 

Chronicle of Sept. 29, 1803 

Mr. M and Theresa Earned, daughter 

of William, Esq. Chronicle of Feb. 2, 1804 



126 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



WILLING Dolly, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 

and Thomas Francis, merchant, at Phila- 
delphia. Chronicle of 
Miss , daughter of Thomas, Esq., and 

Richard Peters, Esq., at Philadelphia. 

Chronicle of 
WILMARTH Tryphena, daughter of Capt. 

Moses, and Capt. David FoUett, at Attle- 

boro. Chronicle of 
Rebecca, daughter of Daniel, of Rehoboth, 

and Pardon Allen, of this town, at Reho- 
both, married by Rev. Otis Thompson, 
WILSON Hetty, daughter of the late Capt. John, 

of Newton, merchant, and Col. Amos At- 

well, in this town. Chronicle of 
Betsey, daughter of the late Capt. John, of 
• Newton, and Lewis Metcalf, of Wrentham, 

at Rehoboth. Chronicle of 
Hannah, daughter of Jonathan, Jun., and 

John Coddington, at Newport. Chronicle of 
William and Polly Viall, daughter of the late 

Donnelly, 
WILTSHIRE Mrs. , aged 86, and Mr. 

Potter, aged 21, at Brinkworth, 

Wilts, Eng. Chronicle of 
WINSLOW Anna and Dr. N Hayward, 

both of Plymouth, Mass. Chronicle of 
Celestina and Frederick Whiting Bottom, 

married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
WINSOR Lucina, daughter of Col. Abraham, of 

Smithfield, and Dr. Stephen Randall, of 

this town. Chronicle of 
Elder Joseph and Mrs. Elizabeth Potter, 

widow of Joseph. Chronicle of 
Jeremiah, Esq., of Smithfield, and Marcy 

Waterman, of Providence. Chronicle of 
WOOD Capt. Peleg, Jr., and Betsey Warner, 

eldest daughter of Capt. Oliver, both of 

and at Newport, 
Capt. Joseph and Mrs. Amey Martin, 

daughter of Maj. Gen. Martin. Chronicle 

of 
Mary and Elias Barstow, both of this town. 

Chronicle of 
Thomas and Sally Hawkins, daughter of the 

late Abraham, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

at North Providence, 
William B. and Julia Westray, both of the 

New Theatre, at Philadelphia. Chronicle 

of 



Oct. 16, 1794 
March 15, 1804 
March 14, 1799 

June II, 1801 

March 23, 1797 

Dec. 21, 1797 
June 18, 1 801 
May 13, 1802 

June 15, 1786 

Dec. 10, 1795 

Dec. 5, 1802 

Jan. 26, 1786 

Feb. 16, 1786 

April 21, 1796 

Nov. 2, 1794 

Dec. 21, 1797 
Sept. 18, 1800 

Jan. 27, 1803 

Feb. 16, 1804 



UNITED STATES CHRONICLE— MARRIAGES 127 

WOODRUFF Julia M. and William Holroyd, 

Jr., merchant, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 2, 1803 

WOODWARD Betsey and Benjamin Hamm. 

Chronicle of June 19, 1794 

WOOL Mary and Henry C. Southwick, printer, 

at New York. Chronicle of July 27, 1797 

WRIGHT Francis, Jr., of Boston, and Susan 
Lewis, of New York, in this town. Chron- 
icle of July 28, 1803 



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YATES Stephen and Abigail Dunham, daughter 

of Benjamin, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 27, 1792 

Seth and Hannah Turner, daughter of the 

late Joseph, at Newport. Chronicle of Dec. 27, 1798 

YAYDEN Catherine, aged 11, and William 

Blazer, aged 16, at Mendham. Chronicle 

of July 14, 1803 

YERRINGTON James and Catherine Brown, 

daughter of Capt. Jeremiah. Chronicle of Sept. 8, 1756 

YOUNG Thomas, of this town, merchant, and 

Rebecca Powers, of Swanzey. Chronicle 

of Oct. 27, 1785 

Mary, only daughter of Samuel, merchant, 

and Amos Maine Atwell, Esq. Chronicle 

of Oct. 8, 1795 

Phebe, daughter of the late Gideon, Jr., and 

Capt. Henry Olney. Chronicle of July 21, 1796 

Mrs. Freelove, widow of Henry, and Peleg 

Cranston, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Thurs- 
ton. Chronicle of March 7, 1799 



ZEIGLER Capt. David and Lucy Sheffield, late 
of East Greenwich, at Marietta, on the 
Muskingum, O. Chronicle of May 21, 1789 



The 
American Journal 



DEATHS 



THE AflERICAN JOURNAL 



The American Journal and General Advertiser was 
founded by Solomon Southwick and Bennett Wheeler, the first 
number appearing on Thursday, March i8, 1779. The printmg 
office was located at the corner of North Main and Meeting streets. 
The paper was the same size as the Providence Gazette, but carried 
three columns to a page. May 3, 1780, and ending September 27, 
of same year, its publication day was Wednesday, Oct. 5 Thursday 
and Oct. 14, 1780, Saturday, and so remained until its discontinu- 
ance. 

The paper ran three years. With Number 157 it was an- 
nounced it would hereafter be a semi-weekly, appearing Wednes- 
day and Saturday, but this did not mature. Instead Mr. Wheeler 
printed a new paper under a new title. 

The paper carried a motto with the commencement of the 
second volume, taken from Addison's Cato: " A day, an hour, of 
virtuous LIBERTY is zvortJi a whole eternity in bondage!' From 
Oct. 14, 1780, to Jan. 24, 1781, a Continental Frigate was in the 
center of the title. 

The price was $5 for six months, payable at time of subscrip- 
tion. 

Aug. 16, 1780, the Editor says he and the office have done 
military duty, so August 2 and 9 were not printed. In No. 38 the 
printing office is announced as removed from the house of Capt. 
John Updikes to the store of Mr. Thomas Jones, next door but one 
to the sign of Gen. Washington on the west side of the Great 
Bridge. 

With No. 38 ( Dec. 2, 1779,) Bennett Wheeler appears as sole 
proprietor. 

Of these 156 numbers we have seen all but six numbers, viz. : 
I, 2, 16, 35, 105, 152. 



DEATHS. 



ALLEN Edward, a soldier, shot by a negro 

belonging to Col. Greene's Regiment, April 9, 1781 

ALLYN Thomas, at Rehoboth. Journal of Aug. 23, 1780 

ANGELL Elizabeth, wife of Joseph, and eldest 

daughter of John Smith, Esq., in her 18th 

year, Sept. 21, 1780 

ARNOLD Mercy, widow of Joseph, at Smith- 
field, aged 86 years. Journal of Dec. 23, 1779 
Lsrael, Esq., at Glocester. Journal of Feb. 14, 1781 
AUSTIN , daughter of Pasco, aged 14 

years, at East Greenwich. She went to 

the shipyard to gather chips; a timber fell 

on her head crushing it so badly that she 

lived only two hours. Journal of Nov. 18, 1780 

AVERY Dr. Christopher, at Tiverton, Journal 

of Nov. 25, 1780 

B 



BACON Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Capt. Elijah, in 

this town, in her 48th year, Sept. 18, 1779 

BADGER William, son of Jonathan, at Charles- 
ton, S. C, in his 21st year, a soldier in 
the Revolution, Aug. 6, 1779 

BARTON Lucilla, wife of Seth, m her 22nd 

year, Aug. 23, 1780 

BELL Mr. , formerly of Newport. Jour- 
nal of Dec. 10, 1779 

BEVERLY George, at Warren, in 91st year, Jan. 15, 1781 

BOURNE Shearjoshub, Esq., Chief Justice of 
the Superior Court of Judicature for 
this State, at Bristol, at an advanced 
age. Journal of Feb. 7, 1781 



134 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BOYD William, assistant collector of taxes, 

murdered by John and Robert Smith, at 

Concord, Penn., 
BROWN Sally, daughter of David, in her 21st 

year, at Johnston. Journal of 
BUCKLIN James, at Rehoboth, in his 71st 

year. Journal of 



May 10, 1780 

March 30, 1780 

May 10, 1780 



CHACE Mrs. Rose, wife of Capt. Samuel, Jr. 

Journal of April 28, 1781 

CHAMPLAIN Capt. Christopher, at Newport. 

Journal of July 18, 1781 

CHECKLEY William, Esq., July 18, 1780 

CLAPP Benjamin, blacksmith, in this town. 

Journal of Oct. 28, 1779 

CLARKE Mrs. Ann, wife of Jonathan, Esq. 

Journal of May 5, 1781 

CODDINGTON William, at Newport, in 70th 

year. Journal of Oct. 14, 1780 

COREY Isaac, in this town, at an advanced age. May 7, 1781 

CRANSTON William, at Newport, aged 27 

years, late a prisoner at New York, June 15, 1780 

CROOKE Robert, Jr., at Newport. Journal of July 5, 1780 



D 



DAGGETT Rev. Napthali, D. D., at New 

Haven, Ct. Journal of Dec. 30, 1780 

DE TERNAY His Excellency, the Chevalier, 
Commander of the French Fleet, at New- 
port, Dec. 15, 1780 

DICKEY Robert. Journal of April 27, 1780 

DROWNE Mr. Solomon. Journal of June 28, 1780 



EDDY Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, late of 

this town. Journal of April 25, 1781 



AMERICAN JOURNAL— DEATHS- 135 

ERSKINE Robert, F. R. S. and Geographer to 
the Army of the United States, in 46th 
year, at Ringwood, N.J. Journal of Oct. 28, 1780 



FLAGG Mrs. Mary, at East Greenwich, in 67th 

year. Journal of May 30, 1781 

FOSTER Miss Abigail, eldest daughter of Hon. 

Jedediah, at Brookfield. Journal of Aug. 19, 1779 

Hon. Jedediah, one of the Judges of the 

Superior Court, at Brookfield, Mass., in his 

53d year, Oct. 17, 1779 

FRASIER Mrs. Mary, widow of Alexander, at 

Barrington, at an advanced age. Journal 

of Jan. 20, 1 78 1 

G 



GRAFTON William, at Rehoboth, in his 83d 

year. Journal of July 22, 1779 

GREENE Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Nathaniel, 

formerly of Boston, at Warwick. Journal 

of June 2, 1781 

H 



HALL Isaac, at Norton, Mass., in 27th year, 

attorney at law, Dec. 14, 1779 

HARDING Thomas, aged S7 years, ^^^^^^^^^ Dec. 9, 1780 

HAZARD Miss Nabby, at Point Judith. 

Journal of Oct. 5, 1780 

HELME Powell, eldest son of the late James, 

Esq., at South Kingstown. Journal of May 10, 1780 

HOLDEN Mrs. Waite, consort of Charles, Esq., 

of Warwick, in childbed, aged 41 years, 

having had 15 children, with two which 

were delivered about 4 hours before her 

death; 14 of the children are living, ^''3 April 14, 1779 
Mrs. , 2nd wife of Elder Charles. 

She lived with her first husband, Eld. 

Manassah Martin, 48 years, and with her 

second husband, 24 years, 4 mos. and 26 

days; sermon by Elder John Gorton, Rev. 

14-13. She was in her 94th year. Jour- 
nal of July II, 1781 



2^36 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HUMPHREY Mrs. , wife of Capt. John. 

Journal of ^ J^".^ 27. I7«; 

HUNT Daniel, at Rehoboth. Journal of April ii, I7»i 



I J 



JACOBS Mrs. Martha, wife of William, of Ux- 

bridge. Journal of Aug. 19, I779 

TENCKES Mrs. Freelove, wife of Capt. Sylva- 
^ nus. Journal of ^ Feb. 24. 1780 

Mrs. Freelove, wife of John, Esq. Journal of June 28, 1780 
Ruf us, of this town, on board the Prison ship 

Jersey. Journal of Dec. 23. 1780 

Jonathan, formerly of North Providence, at 

Brookfield, Mass. Journal of April 11, I7»i 

JENKINS John, aged 12 years, drowned in the 
^ harbor while bathing, June 2, 1779 

TOSSELYN Dr. Joseph, at East Greenwich. 

Journal of ^^t. 5. 1780 

K 



KELLEY Nathan, son of Elisha, of Bellingham, 

Mass., aged 12 years, killed by a pair of 

oxen running away, April 21, 1 70 1 

KINNICUT Capt. Joseph, of this town. Jour- 

nal of ^"' ^'^' ^^^ 

KIRBY John, merchant, at Halifax, N. S. 

Journal of May 24, 1780 



LANGLEY Peter, at Newport. Journal of July 18, 1781 

LITTLEFIELD Simon, at Block Island, after 

a lingering illness, March 31, 1780 

M 

MAITLAND Lieut. Colonel , at Savan- 

nah Ga. ^ 5» v/V 

MALCOLM Mrs. Anstice, wife of Dr. Henry, of 

Philadelphia, and daughter of Samuel 

Chace, Esq., of this town, in her 22d year, July 17. 1779 



AMERICAN JOURNAL— DEATHS 



13' 



MARSHALL Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin, 
daughter of Rev. Thomas Symmes, of 
Bradford, Mass., in this town, in 53d year, 

MATHEWSON Mrs. , wife of Col. John. 

Journal of 

MORSE Richard. Journal of 

MUMFORD Mrs. Mary, wife of Paul Esq., at 
Barrington, in 426. year, 
Nathaniel, Agent Clothier for this State, at 
Newport, in his 5 2d year, 

N 



Feb. 19, 1780 

Sept. 23, 1779 
July 5, 1780 

June 22, 1779 

April 14, 1780 



NASH John, of this town. Journal of Feb. 7, 1781 
Joseph, Esq., late of this town, merchant, at 

the Mississippi. Journal of Feb. 14, 1781 

NICHOLS George, at Newport. Journal of March 31, 1781 
NORTHUP John, Esq., a judge of the Inferior 

Court, at North Kingstown. Journal of May 30, 1781 

o 

OLNEY Capt. Joseph, at North Providence, 

suddenly, in his 55th year, July 6, 1779 

Lemuel, son of Richard, Dec. 9, 1780 



PACKARD Miss Mary. Journal of 

PARKER Mrs. Mary, wife of Joseph, Esq., 
merchant, in this town, in 33d year, 

PEARSE Mary, wife of Col. Nathaniel, at Bris- 
tol, in her 60th year. Journal of 

PECKHAM Job, formerly of Middletown. 
Journal of 
Miss Elizabeth. Journal of 
Mary, wife of Philip. Journal of 

PITCHER George. Journal of 

Q R 

RANDALL Hon. Job, at Scituate, in 74th year, 
REED Thomas, at Rehoboth. Journal of 
RHODES Samuel, late of Newport, in this town. 

Journal of 
Joseph, at Cranston, suddenly. Journal of 
ROGERS James, Master of Continental Sloop 

Providence, late of Newport, slain in action. 

Journal of 



April 28, 1781 

Jan. 17, 1781 

Oct. 28, 1780 

Aug. 26, 1779 

Nov. 25, 1780 

March 24, 1781 

July 5, 1780 



Jan. 31, 1781 
April 18, 1 78 1 

Dec. 23, 1779 
March 14, 1781 



May 20, 1779 



138 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



RUDE William, at Rehoboth, late of Newport, 

suddenly. Journal of Sept. 23, 1779 

RUSSELL Hon. Joseph, in this town (Bristol), 

in his 78th year, July 31, 1780 



SALTER Malachi, Esq., formerly of Boston, at 

Halifax, N. S. Journal of 
SANFORD Mrs.- Lydia, widow of Joseph, at 

Newport. Journal of 
SEAVER Richard, of this town, in 71st year, 
SESSIONS Sarah, wife of Hon. Darius, in 56th 

year, 
SMITH Mrs. Abigail, wife of Capt. Joseph, of 

this town. Journal of 
Mrs. Mary, wife of Abial, in her 44th year, 
Daniel, son of William. Journal of 
STEAVENS Charles. Journal of 
STEERE Thomas, Esq., at Smithfield, in his 

77th year, 
STERRY Roger, Esq., at Preston, Ct. Journal 

of 



May 30, 1 78 1 

May 30, 1 78 1 
March 11, 1780 

Dec. 26, 1779 

Dec. 10, 1779 

April 12, 1780 

May 3, 1780 

May 31, 1780 

May 8, 1781 

May 10, 1780 



TALBOT Mrs. Annah, wife of Col. Silas, in her 

31st year, April 25, 178 1 

Mrs. Ann, wife of Col. Silas. Journal of April 28, 1781 

TAYLOR John, son of Robert, Esq. , of this 

town, at sea, in 21st year, Dec. 20, 1780 

THAYER . Journal of May 31, 1780 

THOMPSON Jonah, Friend Preacher in Eng- 

land, at an advanced age. Journal of Dec. 30, 1780 

THURSTON Jonathan, at Newport. Journal of July 5, 1780 

TILLINGHAST Catharine, wife of Nicholas P., 

at Newport. Journal of Jan. 6, 1781 

TRUMBULL Mrs. , wife of Hon. Jona- 
than, Governor of Connecticut, at Lebanon, 
Ct. Journal of June 14, 1780 

TUCKERMAN Isaac. Journal of Aug. 26, 1779 

U V w 



WARNER Mrs. Rose, wife of Capt. Elisha. 

Journal of April 18, 1781 

WATERMAN Mrs. Hannah, wife of Daniel. 

Journal of July 29, 1779 



AMERICAN JOURNAL— DEATHS I39 

WHEELER George, housevvright, in 21st year. 

Journal of May 24, 1780 

WICKS Mrs. Ruth, wife of Thomas, Esq., at 

Warwick. Journal of Sept. 16, 1779 

WILKINSON Betsey, daughter of David, Esq. 

Journal of May 31, 1780 

WILLIAMS Thomas, at Cranston, at an 

advanced age. Journal of March 14, 1781 

X Y Z 

YEATES Archibald. Journal of April 27, 1780 



MARRIAGES. 



ABORN Phebe, daughter of James, Esq., and 

Capt. Thomas CarHsle, both of Pawtucket. 

Journal of Dec. 23, 1780 

ALVERSON Uriah, Esq., and Amey Sayles, 

daughter of Jonathan, Esq., at Smithfield. 

Journal of May 10, 1780 

ANGELL Joseph and Betsey Smith, daughter 

of John, Esq. Journal of April 6, 1780 

ARNOLD General [Benedict] and Miss Peggy 

Shippen, at Philadelphia, April 8, 1779 

B 

BACON Capt. Elijah and Miss Marcy Read. 

Journal of Dec. 30, 1780 

BLISS Rev. William and Miss Betsey Ward, at 

Newport. Journal of Jan. 27, 1780 

BOWEN Dr. Pardon and Betsey Ward, daughter 

of Henry, Esq., Dec. 10, 1780 

BROWN Lydia, daughter of David, of Johnston, 

R. L, and John Viall. Journal of Jan. 27, 1781 

BULLOCK Alathea, daughter of Col. 

Bullock, of Rehoboth, and Abial Smith. 

Journal of Nov. 18, 1780 



CAHOONE Nabby, daughter of James, late of 
Newport, and Capt. Samuel Davis, of Bris- 
tol. Journal of June 24, 1779 

CARLILE Capt. Thomas and Phebe Aborn, 
daughter of James, Esq., both of Paw- 
tuxet. Journal of Dec. 23, 1780 

CLARKE Rebecca Redwood, daughter of Jo- 
seph, Esq., and Capt. Charles Handy, Jr. 
Journal of March 23, 1781 



AMERICAN JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



141 



COOKE Miss Sally, daughter of Nicholas, Esq., 

and Lieut. Colonel Jeremiah Olney, of the 
2d Regt. Journal of 
COOPER Judeth, eldest daughter of William, 

Esq., of Boston, and Matthew Park, Esq., 

Captain of Marines in the Continental 

Navy, at Boston. Journal of 
COY Jonathan Woodbury and l^etsey Peckham, 

daughter of Philip. Journal of 
CRAWFORD Capt. Joseph and Kate Taylor, 

daughter of the late George, of this town. 

Journal of 
CURREY Lieut. , of Mr. Silver Pipes 

Army and 22d British Regiment, and Miss 

H. Fame, of Newport, at Christ Church, 

New York. Journal of 



D 



DAVIS Capt. Samuel, of Bristol, and Miss 
Nabby Cahoone, daughter of James, late 
of Newport. Journal of 



May 10, 1780 



Aug. 15, 1781 
May 10, 1780 



April II, 1 78 1 



Jan. 20, 1780 



June 24, 1779 



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FRAME Miss H. , of Newport, and Lieut. 

Currey, of Mr. Silver Pipes Army 

and 22d British Regiment, married at 
Christ Church, New York. Journal of 

FOSDICK Major Thomas and Mehitable Haw- 
kins, daughter of Dr. Job. Journal of 

FOWLE Mrs. Mary, daughter of William 
Thomas, late of Boston, merchant, and 
Isaiah Thomas, printer, at Worcester. 
Journal of 

Q 

GRAFTON Nathaniel and Polly Sweetland. 
Journal of 

H 



Jan. 20, 1780 
Jan. 27, 1781 

June 3, 1779 
May 16, 1 78 1 



HANDY Capt. Charles, Jr., and Rebecca Red- 
wood Clarke, daughter of Joseph, Esq. 
Journal of 

HAWKINS Mehitable, daughter of Dr. Job, 
and Major Thomas Fosdick. Journal of 



March 23, 1781 
Jan. 27, 1781 



3^42 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAZARD Patty, daughter of George, Esq., and 

Joseph Rogers, merchant, at Newport. 

Journal of April 25, 1781 

HOPKINS Samuel and Zerviah Charlotte Lind- 

sey, of this town. Journal of Aug. 15, 1781 

HUMPHREY Rachael, daughter of Samuel, 

and Lieut. Benedict Tew, at Barrington. 

Journal of May 10, 1780 

I J 

JENCKES Oliver, of the American Army, and 

Miss Bethiah Taylor. Journal of Feb. 14, 1781 

K L 

LINDSAY Zerviah Charlotte and Samuel Hop- 
kins, of this town. Journal of Aug. 15, 1781 

LYON Claude, merchant, and Betsey Sabin, 
daughter of Thomas, of this town. Jour- 
nal of Feb. 14, 1781 

M N 

NOYES Thomas and Lydia Rogers, daughter of 

the late William, at Westerly. Journal of Feb. 7, 1781 

o 

OLNEY Lieut. Colonel Jeremiah, of the 2d Reg- 
iment, and Miss Sally Cooke, daughter of 
Nicholas, Esq. Journal of May 10, 1780 



PARK Matthew, Esq., Captain of Marines in 

Continental Navy, and Judeth Cooper, 

eldest daughter of William, Esq., of and at 

Boston. Journal of Aug. 15, 1781 

PECKHAM Miss Betsey, daughter of Philip, and 

Jonathan Woodbury Coy. Journal of May 10, 1780 

Q R 

READ Miss Marcy and Capt. Elijah Bacon. 

Journal of Dec. 30, 1780 

RHODES Polly and Robert Rogers, at Stoning- 

ton, Ct. Journal of April 19, 1780 



AMERICAN JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 143 

RODMAN Betsey, daughter of the late Capt. 
William, and John Rogers, at Newport. 
Journal of Dec. lO, 1779 

ROGERS John and Betsey Rodman, daughter of 
the late Capt. William, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of Dec. 10, 1779 
Robert and Polly Rhodes, at Stonington, Ct. 

Journal of April 19, 1780 

Lydia, daughter of the late William, and 

Thomas Noyes, at Westerly. Journal of Feb. 7, 1781 

Joseph, merchant, and Patty Hazard, daugh- 
ter of George, Esq., at Newport. Journal 
of April 25, 178 1 

RUSSELL Polly, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and 

Cyprian Sterry. Journal of May 31, 1780 



SABIN Betsey, daughter of Thomas, of this 

town, and Claude Lyon, merchant. Jour- 
nal of Feb. 14, 1 78 1 
SAUNDERS Mrs. Freelove and John Tanner, 

Esq., both of Newport, married by Rev. 

Joshua Clarke, pastor of Seventh Day 

Baptist Church, at Westerly, April 8, 1779 

SAYLES Amey, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., 

and Uriah Alverson, Esq., at Smithfield. 

Journal of May 10, 1780 

SEIXAS Isaac and Polly Stevens, at Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 25, 1780 

SHIPPEN Miss Peggy and General (Benedict) 

Arnold, at Philadelphia, April 8, 1779 

SMITH Betsey, daughter of John, Esq., and 

Joseph Angell. Journal of April 6, 1786 

SMITH Abial and Alathea Bullock, daughter of 

Col. Bullock, of Rehoboth. Jour- 
nal of Nov, 18, 1780 
SNOW Samuel, of this town, merchant, and 

Fanny Wanton, daughter of Peter, Esq., at 

Newport. Journal of May 12, 1781 

SPROUT Lieut. Col. of the American Army, 

and Kate Whipple, daughter of Com. 

Whipple, of the American Navy. Journal 

of April 4, 1781 

STEAVENS Polly and Isaac Seixas, at New- 
port. Journal of Nov. 25, 1780 
STERRY Cyprian and Polly Russell, daughter 

of Joseph, Esq. Journal of May 31, 1780 

SWEETLAND Polly and Nathaniel Grafton. 

Journal of May 16, 1781 



244 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



TANNER John, Esq., and Mrs. Freelove 
Saunders, both late of Newport, married 
by Rev. Joshua Clarke, Pastor of 7th Day 
Baptist Church, at Westerly, April 8, 1779 

TAYLOR Miss Bethiah and Oliver Jenckes, of 

the American Army. Journal of Feb. 14, 1781 

Kate, daughter of the late George, of this 
town, and Capt. Joseph Crawford. Jour- 
nal of April II, 1 78 1 

TEW Lieut. Benedict and Rachal Humphrey, 
daughter of Samuel, at Barrington. Jour- 
nal of May 10, 1780 

THOMAS Isaiah, printer, and Mrs. Mary Fowle, 
daughter of William Thomas, late of 
Boston, merchant, at Worcester, Jour- 
nal of June 3, 1779 

TILLLVGHAST Amey, daughter of Col. 
Daniel, and Dr. Levi Willard, of Mendon. 
Journal of April 6, 1780 

U V 

VIALL John and Lydia Brown, daughter of 

David, of Johnston, R. L Journal of Jan. 27, 1781 

w 

WANTON I'^anny, daughter of Peter, Esq., of 

Newport, and Samuel Snow, of this town, 

at Newport. Journal of May 12, 1781 

WARD Miss Betsey and Rev. William Bliss, at 

Newport. Journal of Jan. 27, 1780 

Betsey, daughter of Henry, Esq., and Dr. 

Pardon Bowen, Dec. 10, 1780 

WHIPPLE Kate, daughter of Commodore 

Whipple, of the American Navy, and 

Lieut. Colonel Sprout, of the American 

Army. Journal of April 4, 1781 

WILLARD Dr. Levi, of Mendon, and Amey 

Tillinghast, daughter of Col. Daniel. 

Journal of April 6, 1780 

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The 



Impartial Observer 



DEATHS 



148 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



THE IMPARTIAL OBSERVER. 

The Impartial Observer was printed at Providence for 
Benoni Williams every Saturday morning at the Printing Office in 
the Market House Chamber, the first number appearing March 14, 
1 801, and ran one year, the last number appearing March 6, 1802. 

It was a 4-page sheet, 4 columns to a page. Its price was 
^1.50 per year, 

Mr. Williams announces in the last number that a new paper 
"Liberty's Sentinel" will appear March 13th following. Price $1.25 
per year. Of this latter paper only a very few numbers were 
printed. We have seen all but No. 17 of the above paper. 



DEATHS. 



A B 

BARNES Knock, Esq., at Smithfield, aged 80 

years, i month. Observer of Sept. 26, 1801 

BURROUGH Capt. John, aged 62 years. Ob- 
server of Oct. 17, 1 801 



CARPENTER Daniel, of this town, in 26th 

year, at sea on passage from Havana to 

New York, Sept. 12, 1801 

COLEMAN Eber, blockmaker. Observer of Oct. 17, 1 801 

D 

DEO Josiah, his wife killed her two children by 
a former marriage and the one by the 
present, and then herself, at Kingston, 
N. Y. Observer of Oct. 10, 1801 



IMPARTIAL OBSERVER— DEATHS 149 



E ASTON Abigail, wife of Nicholas, in this 

town, in 43d year. Observer of Oct, 3, 1801 



FALES Elizabeth, murdered by Jason Fair- 
banks, at Dedham, Mass., May 18, 1801 

G H I J K 

KEN YON Samuel, at Sterling, Ct.; his three 
children in digging for groundnuts ate a 
poisonous root and two of them died, April 23, 1801 

L M 



MANCHESTER Capt. Matthew, at Cranston, 
in 82d year; was parent of 19 children, 
16 of whom married, loi grand and 36 
great-grand children, in all 156, all by one 
wife. Observer of Sept. 26, 1801 

N O 

OLNEY Content, wife of Asa, in this town, in 

34th year. Observer of Jan. 9, 1802 



PADELFORD John, son of Judge , of 

Taunton, member of Senior Class, R. I. 

College, June 22, 1801 

Q R S 

SMITH Joseph, shot by Lockwood Curry; they 
were watching a deer lick, and was mis- 
taken for the deer, at Wilkesboro, Pa., July 7, 1801 

STERRY Elizabeth, widow of Cyprian, in this 

town, aged 95 years. Observer of Oct. 17, 1801 



150 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



T U V W 

WATERMAN Sarah, wife of Col. John, at War- 
wick, in 72nd year, sermon by Elder 
Littlefield, Heb. iv, 9, Sept. 25, 1801 

X Y Z 



MARRIAGES 
A B 

BROWN Samuel and Anstress B. Olney, daugh- 
ter of Simeon H., m this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Maxcy, Oct. ii, 1801 



CARTER Rebecca, second daughter of John, 
Esq., and Amos Throop Jenckes, mer- 
chant, at the Episcopal Church, by Rev. 
Mr. Clarke, Sept. 20, 1801 

D 

DYER Elisha and Fanny Jones, Oct. 15, 1801 

E 

EDDY Samuel, Esq., and Martha Wheaton, 
daughter of James, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Dec. 2, 1801 

F G H I J 

JENCKES Amos Throop, merchant, and Re- 
becca Carter, second daughter of John, 
Esq., at the Episcopal Church, by Rev. 
Mr. Clarke, Sept. 20, i8or 

JONES Fanny and Elisha Dyer, Oct. 15, 1801 

K L M 

MASON Ruth, daughter of Aaron, Esq., and 

Daniel Sheldon. Observer of Aug. 15, 1801 

N O 

OLNEY Anstress B., daughter of Simeon H., 
and Samuel Brown, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Oct. 11, i8oi 



152 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



P Q R 5 

SHELDON Daniel and Ruth Mason, daughter 

of Aaron, Esq. Observer of Aug. 15, 1801 

T U V W 

WH EATON Martha, daughter of James, and 

Samuel P:ddy, Esq., by Rev, Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1801 

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The 
Providence Journal 



DEATHS 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— DEATHS 155 



THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL 

The Providence Journal and Town and Country Ad- 
vertiser was a weekly paper published on Wednesday by John 
Carter, Jr., at the new Printing Office, west side of the Great 
Bridge, Providence. Terms $2.00 per year. 

It was a 4-page sheet with 4 columns to a page, and some 
larger than the "Observer" or the "Gazette." 

The first number was dated Wednesday, Jan. 2, 1799. 

Early the announcement was made that as soon as patronage 
would warrant it would be a semi-weekly, at not more than $3.00 
per year. 

April 17, under the title was added " Prijiter of the Lazvs of 
the United States for the State of Rhode Island, Sic" and the Editor 
announces that half of the sheet will be devoted to the Laws. 

After Oct. 2, it was only a half-sheet until its discontinuance 
Dec. 30, 1 80 1. 

Of these papers we have seen all but No. 78, (June 25, 1801) 



DEATHS. 



ABELL Capt. Robert, at Rehoboth, aged 79 

years, Sept. 22, 1800 

ABORN Elizabeth, widow of Capt. Joseph, at 
Pawtuxet, suddenly, aged 75 years. Jour- 
nal of Feb. 6, 1799 
Sarah, wife of Capt. John A., at Pawtuxet. 

Journal of " Feb. 26, 1800 

Capt. James, in this town, in 67th year, March 31, 1801 

Col. Samuel, at Pawtuxet, aged 75 years, Sept. 22, 1801 

ADAMS Capt. Thomas, late Editor of the Inde- 
pendent Chronicle, at Boston. Journal of May 22, 1799 
Charles, second son of the President, at New 

York, military honors. Journal of Dec. 10, 1800 



156 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ALBERTSON Hannah, wife of Caleb, at Johns- 
ton, in 46th year. Journal of 
ALLEN Capt. Paul, in this town, in 58th year, 
for several years member of General Assem- 
bly, 
Gen. Thomas, at Barrington. Journal of 
Capt. Zachariah, in this town, iu 62d year, 
sermon by Rev. Mr. Clarke, ist Sam. in, 
18, 
ANGELL Oliver, at North Providence, in 83d 
year. Journal of 
Adah, daughter of Hope, at North Provi- 
dence, in 1 8th year. Journal of 
Naomi, widow of Oliver, at North Providence, 
in 80th year. Journal of 

ANTHONY Mrs. , widow of Joseph, at 

Philadelphia. Journal of 
Levi, aged 33 years. Journal of 
APLIN Benjamin, in this town, 
ARNOLD Capt. David, in this town. Journal of 
Thomas, at Johnston, in 50th year. Jour- 
nal of 
George, son of the late Job of Coventry, at 
St. Thomas, in 24th year, on board the 
ship Enterprize, 
Eleazer, marine, on board frigate Gen. Greene. 

Journal of 
Cornelia, daughter of the late Welcome, 

Esq., in this town, in i6th year. 
Brig. Gen. Benedict, in England. Journal of 
Peleg, at Killingly. Journal of 
ATHERTON Samuel, at Attleboro, in 65th 

year. Journal of 
AYDE John, aged 70 years. Journal of 



Oct. 29, 1800 



Feb. 17, 1800 
June 4, 1800 



April 4, 1801 

April 10, 1799 

Oct. 30, 1799 

Dec. II, 1799 

Feb. 27, 1799 

Nov. 6, 1799 

Aug. 9, 1799 

March 13, 1799 

April 24, 1799 

May — , 1799 

Aug. 7. 1799 

May 23, 1 80 1 
Aug. 5, 1801 
Dec. 30, 1 80 1 

April 10, 1799 
March 27, 1799 



B 



BABCOCK Rouse, President of the Westerly 

Bank, at an advanced age, at Westerly, June 13, 1801 

BACON Capt. Elijah, in 7rst year, Aug. 14, 1801 

BAILEY Constant, at Newport, in 84th year. 

Journal of Nov. 4, 1801 

BALCH Mary, wife of Nathaniel, Jr., and 

daughter of Rev. Dr. Stillman, aged 34 

years. Journal of Nov. 19, 1800 

BANCROFT Eliza, wife of Thomas, Esq., and 

only sister of Thomas P. Ives, merchant, '^ ^-f* — ' 

of this town, at Salem, Jan. 13, 1801 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— DEATHS 



157 



BARBER Henry, editor of the Mercury, at New- 
port. Journal of 
Hannah, daughter of Joshua, at Newport, in 
1 8th year. Journal of 

BARR Levi, in this town, in 66th year. 

BASS William, of Boston, merchant, in this town, 
on his way home from St. Thomas, VV. I., 

BEERS A , printer, at New York, of the 

fever. Journal of 

BELKNAP Joseph, prmter, native of Massachu- 
setts and son of the late Dr. Belknap, of 
Boston, at Petersburg, Va. Journal of 

BENTLEY Capt. James, in this town, in 31st 
year. Journal of 

BH^L PZliza. drowned at Hartford, Vt., in cross- 
ing White River. Journal of 

BILLINGS Mrs. Elsa. Journal of 

BINGHAM Mrs. , wife of Hon. William, 

Esq., of Philadelphia, at the Bermuda, 
where she had retired for her health, 

BLAIR Rev. Hugh, D. D., the Rhetorician, at 
Edenburgh. Journal of 

BLISS Capt. Jonathan, at Rehobotb, in 6ist 
year, 

BOLTER John, seaman, lost at sea from ship 
Hope. Journal of 

BORDEN Mary, widow of Capt. Matthew, at 
Newport, in 72nd year. Journal of 

BOSSON George, seaman, on board frigate 
Gen. Greene. Journal of 

BOWEN Lydia, daughter of Benjamin, formerly 

of this town, at Norway, N. Y. Journal of 

Mrs. Sarah, wife of Hon. Jabez, and second 

daughter of the late Hon. Obadiah Brown, 

in this town, in 58th year, 

Commodore Oliver, son of Dr. Ephraim, 

of this town, at Augusta, Ga., in 59th 

year, 

Mary, wife of Nathan, Esq., at Marblehead, 

aged 43 years. Journal of 
Lydia, wife of Dr. Ephrami, m 80th year; 
she was a descendant from the Mawney 
family, of East Greenwich, 

BOWERS Patience, wife of Joseph, in 83d year. 
Journal of 

BOWYER Margaret, widow of Andrew. Jour- 
nal of 

BOX Major Daniel, in this town. Masonic 
honors. Journal of 



Sept. 17, 1 


800 


Aug. 20, ] 
March 31, 1 


800 
801 


April 25, I 


800 


Sept. 18, 1 


799 


Aug. 20, 1 


800 


March 25, 


801 


April 15, J 
June 12, 


801 
[799 


May 18, 


[801 


March 18, 


[801 


Jan. 24, 


[800 


Oct. 22, 


[8co 


Jan. 28, 


[801 


Aug. 7, 


[799 


April 17, 


799 



March 17, 

July II, 
June 17, 

Dec. [7, 

March 19, 

Jan. 2, 

May 7, 



800 

800 
801 

801 
800 

799 
800 



158 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BOYLESTON Thomas, Esq., merchant, for- 
merly of Boston, in London, Eng. Journal 
of May I 

BREESE Major John, British Consul, at New- 
port. Journal of May i 
BRIGGS Joshua, aged between 60 and 70 years, 
killed at Westmoreland, N. H., while clear- 
ing land from a blow of a lever, Aug. 12 
Capt. Nathaniel, at Tiverton, late member 
of Gen. Assembly, in 66th year. Journal 
of 
BROOKE Hon. Robert, late Governor of Vir- 

gmia. Journal of 
BROWN Capt. Edward, late commander of the 
India ship Jenny, at St. Helena, 
John, ropemaker, drowned, 
Deborah, daughter of Elisha, 
Capt. Sandford, of this town, in the West 

Indies. Journal of 
Nancy, daughter of the late Daniel, in this 

town, in 41st year. Journal of 
Richard, son of Dexter, of this town, mate 
of Brig Maria, on Coast of Africa. Jour- 
nal of Feb. 25 

, daughter of Jackson, at Norwich, 

Ct., perished in the burning of the house, 
BUCKLIN James, at Pawtucket, in 29th year, 
BUELL John, printer, at New York, of the 

palsey, in 32nd year. Journal of 
BULLOCK Mary, wife of Capt. Jabez, in this 

town, in 62nd year, 
BURD John, editor and proprietor of the George- 
town Gazette, at Georgetown. Journal of 
BUR ROUGH Capt. John, aged 62 years, 

William Y., at Oavarack, N. Y., aged 34 
years, formerly of this town, 
BURROUGHS Rev. Peleg, at Tiverton, sud- 
denly. Journal of 
Martha, widow of Samuel, at Newport, in 
80th year. Journal of 



Aug. 5, 


1801 


March 19, 


1800 


May 19, 
June 10, 
April 26, 


1799 
1799 
1800 


June II, 


1800 


Dec. 10, 


1800 



April 
Dec 


13. 

. 6, 


1801 
1801 


Jan. 


15, 


1800 


No\ 


• 5. 


1801 


Nov. 
Oct. 


25. 
10, 


1801 
1801 


Oct. 


20, 


1 80 1 


Aug. 


20, 


1800 


Nov. 


18, 


1 801 



1799 
1799 

1800 



I80I 



CAHOONE Peggy, daughter of the late Capt. 

Isaiah, and daughter of Grindall Rawson, 

in 44th year, April 9, 1801 

CAMPBELL Robert, of New York, bookseller 

and stationer, near Frankfort, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1800 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 159 



CARLILE Sally, daughter of the late John, in 

27th year. Journal of ¥eh. 26 

Joseph, in this town, in 24th year, July 7 

CARPENTER Henry, son of Elisha, of Cran- 
ston, at Surinam. Journal of March 4 
Ebenezer, at Cumberland, in 36th year. 
Journal of June 17 

CARR Isaac, seaman, on board frigate Gen. 

Greene. Journal of Aug. 7 

CHAFFEE Mrs. , wife of Amos, in this 

town. Journal of July 30 

CHEVALIER James, editor and proprietor of 
Mercantile Advertiser, at New York, of 
the fever. Journal of Sept. 4 

CHILD Sarah, wife of Cromwell, Esq., at War- 
ren, in 64th year, Sept. 30 
Sarah, wife of Cromwell, Esq., at Warren, in 

64th year. Journal of Oct. 15 

Cromwell, many years a member of the 
Assembly, at Warren, at an advanced age. 
Journal of April 22 

CILLEY Gen. Joseph, aged 60 years, at Notting- 
ham, N. H.; served in the Revolution. 
Journal of Sept. 18 

CLARKE Anna, wife of Ethan, merchant, and 
daughter of Hon. Samuel Ward, formerly 
Governor of the State, at Newport, in 48th 
year. Journal of Jan. 2 

Samuel VVard, eldest son of Ethan, of New- 
port, in the East Indies. Journal of March 22 
Silas, at Somerset, aged 63 years. Journal of April 17 

COBB Ebenezer, at Kingston, Mass., aged 107 

years, 8 months, 6 days, Nov. 3 

COLEMAN Nathaniel, acting midshipman, on 

board frigate Gen. Greene. Journal of Aug. 7 

COLLIER Robert, mate of the ship Hope, 

died at sea. Journal of Oct. 22 

CONGDON Stephen, at Wickford, in 27th 

year. Journal of July 23 

Eunice, in this town, of the fever. Journal 

of Sept. 24 

Susannah, wife of Joseph, at New Bedford, 

after an illness of 24 hours, aged 6j years, Jan. 27 

COOKE Dr. Nicholas, of this town, at War- 
wick. Journal of May 28 

COOPER Elijah, printer, lately from Boston, at 

Tortola, aged 24 years. Journal of Feb. 25 

CORNELL Ezekiel, Esq., late of Scituate, at 
Milford, Mass., in 68th year; served as a 
Brigadier General in the Revolution, April 25 



;8oo 
[800 

1801 

II 

799 

:8oo 

799 

[800 
;8oo 

;8oi 
799 

799 

799 
799 

[801 

799 

[800 
1800 
[800 
:8oi 
[800 
[801 

1800 



July 9, 1799 



.^•Q VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CORPE Mary, widow of John, at Cranston, in 

85th year. Journal of uec. I5, i/yy 

COWPER William, the English author, at liast 

Dereham, Norfolk, Eng. He was born at 

Great Berkhamstead, in Hertfordshire, 

Nov 15, 1 73 1. His father was Rector of 

that Parish, the Rev. John Cowper, D. D., 

was nephew of the Lord High Chancellor 

Cowper. Journal of ^. July 9, 1800 

COZZENS William, sailmaker, m this town. ^ ^^^^ 

Journal of r ( 

CR AND ALL Capt. , master of one of 

the New York Packets belonging to this 

CRAWFORD Sarah, murdered by a negro who 

was afterwards burnt at the stake, in Knox 

Co Tenn., for the crime. Journal of Sept. 16, 180 1 

CROSSMAN Robert, at Taunton, m 93d year. ^^ 

Journal of ^' ' 

D 

DUGGETT Charlotte, daughter of Abner, in 

this town. Journal ot . April 17, i799 

DAVENPORT Mehitable, wife of William, in 

^Bth year, at Chepatchet, sermon by elder 

Stephen Place, Psalms xxxix, 13-14; leaves 

a husband and one daughter, Jan. 29, iboo 

DAVIS Mrs , in this town, of the fever. 

^Journal of . ^^P^" ^4- i^oo 

Joseph, son of Capt. Robert, in this town, in ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ 

DANFORTH job, Jr., in this town. Journal of Sept. 9. 1801 

DEGRASSEMelaine, daughter of the late Count 

DeGrasse, at Charleston, S. C. Journal of Oct. 23, i799 
DeLaROCHEFOUCAULT Cardinal, Arch 

Bishop of Rouen, aged 87 years, died at 

Munster lately; the article goes on and 

names the surviving high church officials 

of France. Journal of Jan. 21, 1801 

DERBY Elias Hasket, Esq., merchant, at Salem, 

acred 60 years, was one of the first to trade 

b?yond the Cape of Good Hope. Journal ^^^ ^^^^ 

DeTOLLENARE Mrs. Sarah, at Charleston, ^^y g^ 1801 

Ch^arks, son of Mrs. Sarah, at Charleston, 

drowned, was in his 23d year, May 7, i^oi 

DEVENS Thomas, son of Charles, of Kehoboth, 

at Newport, aged 45 years, May 22, 1 799 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



161 



DEXTER James, Esq., at Cumberland, was a 
patriot "in times that tried men's souls," 
at an advanced age. Journal of 

DORRANCE James, at Sterling, aged 96 years. 
Journal of 

DORSET Samuel, marine on board frigate Gen. 
Greene. Journal of 

DUDLEY Catharine, widow of Charles, Esq., 
at Newport, formerly Collector of the Port, 
and daughter of Robert Crooke, Esq. 
Journal of 

DUNWELL Samuel, of Newport, in this town, 
in 51st year, 

DuPAN Mallet, editor of the Mercure Britan- 
nique, in England. Journal of 

DURFEE Capt. Ezekiel, of this town, at Charles- 
ton, S. C. Journal of 

DYER Huldah, wife of Hon.Eliphalet, and daugh- 
ter of the late Col. Jabez Bowen, of Provi- 
dence, at Windham, Ct., aged 74 years. 
Journal of 



July 29, 1 80 1 

March 27, 1799 

Aug. 7, 1799 

Jan. 22, 1800 
Nov. 25, 1799 

July 23, 1800 
Nov. 27, 1799 

March 12, 1800 



EASTERBROOKS Charles, in 90th year. Jour- 
nal of 

EARLE Fanny, wife of Capt. Oliver, and daugh- 
ter of William Holroyd, Esq., in this town, 

EARL Mary, wife of Capt. John, 

E ASTON Abigail, wife of Nicholas, in this town. 
Journal of 
Mary, widow of Capt. Peleg, at Newport, in 
74th year. Journal of 

EDDY Elizabeth, wife of Samuel, Secretary of 
State, in this town, in 31st year, 
Jesse, shipwright, of this town, at Philadel- 
phia, in 30th year. Journal of 
Elizabeth, widow of Jeremiah, in this town, 
aged 10 1 years, 3 months, 2 days, was 
member of Baptist Church TJ years, ser- 
mon by Rev. Mr. Snow, burial in the west 
burial yard, 

EDWARDS Rev. Jonathan, president of college 
at Schenectady, N. Y., 

EVELETH Lydia, in this town, of the fever. 
Journal of 



March 13, 1799 

Feb. 23, 1 80 1 

Sept. 14, 1801 

Oct. 7, 1801 

Nov. 4, 1 801 

Oct. 27, 1799 

July 30, 1800 



Sept. II, 1 80 1 

Aug. I, I 801 

Sept. 24, 1800 



FALES Nathaniel, Esq., of Bristol, at Taunton, 
in 82d year, 



Dec. 3, 1 80 1 



162 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FAREWELL Isaac, acting midshipman on board 

frigate Gen. Greene. Journal of Aug. 7, 1799 

FENNER Richard, at Johnston, aged 81 years. 

Journal of March 6, 1799 

FIELD Jemima, widow of William, at an ad- 
vanced age. Journal of Jan. 22, 1800 
FISKE Eliza, daughter of Dr. Caleb, at Scituate, 

aged 19 years. Journal of May 22, 1799 

FITCH Arney, widow of Col. Eleazer, late of 

Windham, at Castleton, Vt., aged 73 years. 

Journal of Oct. 9, 1799 

FITZGERALD Col. John, at Alexandria, Va., 

a Revolutionary hero. Journal of Dec. 18, 1799 

FOX Asa, stonecutter. Journal of May 27, 1801 

FRANCIS Tench, Esq., Purveyor of the United 

States, at Philadelphia, in 69th year. Jour- 
nal of May 14, 1800 
FRANKLIN Capt. Asa, in this town, in 59th 

year, Jan. 26, 1801 

FREEBODY Capt. John, formerly of Newport, 

at North Carolina, in 59th year. Journal of March 4, 180 1 
FREELOVE Caleb, marine on board frigate 

Gen. Greene. Journal of Aug. 7, 1799 

FRENCH Mary, wife of Thomas, at Attleboro, Dec. i, 1799 

FULLER Russell, of this town, at St. Thomas, 

W. I., after a short sickness. May 3, 1799 



Q 



GALLAHER James, printer, at Baltimore, of 

the fever. Journal of Oct. 29, 1800 

GANO Mary, wife of Rev. Stephen, and eldest 

daughter of the late Hon. Joseph Brown, in 

this town, in 40th year, Dec. 8, 1800 

GARDINER John, at South Kingstown, sud- 
denly. Journal of Oct. 22, 1800 
Col. Caleb, in 73d year, Oct. 23, 1801 
GARRETT Mary, wife of J , m 24th year. 

Journal of March 4, 1801 

GEOFFREY Mrs. Sarah, in this town, in 32d 

year. Journal of Sept. 25, 1799 

GIBBS Elizabeth, daughter of the late Dr. Robert, 

aged 70 years, Jan. 14, 1799 

GLADDING Mary, widow of Nathaniel, in this 

town, aged 68 years. Journal of Aug. 5, 1801 

Charles, native of this State, at Charleston, 

S. C, aged 27 years. Journal of Nov. 4, 1801 

GONSALVE John, Jr., in i8th year, at and on 

passage from St. Marks. Journal of Oct. 2, 1799 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-DEATHS 163 

GORHAM Mary, widow of Nathaniel, Esq., for- 
merly of Charleston, at Boston, aged 83 
- years. Journal of May 21, 1800 

GOUVERNEUR Isaac, Esq., of New York, 

merchant, at Albany, Feb. 28, 1800 

GREENE Samuel, printer, aged 56 years, late 
co-editor of Connecticut Journal, at New 
Haven. Journal of Feb. 27, 1799 

Agnes, daughter of James, Esq., at Warwick, 

in 36th year. Journal of Jan. 22, 1800 

Sally Field, wife of the editor of the Connec- 
ticut Gazette, at New London. Journal of March 25, 1801 
John, at Newport, in 67th year. Journal of July i, 1801 

Capt. Godfrey, of Warwick, at sea, on passage 

from Surinam, in 34th year. Journal of Aug. 19, 1801 

Godfrey, at Warwick, in 69th year. Jour- 
nal of Oct. 28, 1 80 1 
Sarah, daughter of the late Thomas, at New- 
port. Journal of Dec. 23, 1801 
GRISWOLD Hon. Matthew, at Lyme, Ct., aged 

85 years, April 28, 1799 



H 



HACKER Capt. Thomas, at Newport, in 87th 

year. Journal of Dec. 23, 1801 

HALL Levi, of this town, at Surinam, in 23d 

year. Journal of March 25, 1801 

Sarah, wife of Benjamin, Jr., at Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 

Stephen, Jr., eldest son of Stephen, Esq , of 

this town, and late commander of the ship 

Thomas Russell, aged 22 years, drowned 

in Amsterdam Bay, E. L Journal of Nov. 25, 1801 

HAMLIN Mrs. ,'wife of Samuel, in 56th 

year, Jan. 27, 1801 

Samuel, ni this town, in 55th year. Journal 

of April 8, 1801 

HAMM Betsey, wife of Benjamm, in this town. 

Journal of Sept. 17, 1800 

HARRIS Phebe, eldest daughter of Caleb, Esq., 

at Johnston, April 26, 1801 

HARTLEY Thomas, long member of Penn. As- 
sembly. Journal of Jan. 21, 1801 
HARWOOD Esther, wife of John, printer, in 

35th year, Dec. 29, 1798 

HATTRICK Elizabeth, wife of Peter, merchant, 

at New York. Journal of Dec. 25, 1799 



164 



VITAL RECORD OF^ RHODE ISLAND 



HAVENS Jonathan N., Esq., M. C. from N. Y., 
at Shelter Island. Journal of 

HAWES John, barber on board frigate Gen. 
Greene. Journal of 
Aaron, at Wrentham, in 82d year. Journal 
of 

HAYES Rebecca, widow of Judah, at New York, 
in 92d year. Journal of 

HAZARD Jonathan, 2d officer of marines on 
board frigate Gen. Greene. Journal of 
John A., purser on board the frigate Gen. 
Greene. Journal of 

HEATON Benjamin, printer, at Wrentham, 
aged 25 years. Journal of 

HEMPSTEAD John, at Stephenstown, N. Y., 
aged 106 years. Journal of 

HENRY Hon. Patrick, one of the lately ap- 
pointed commissioners for treating with 
the Republic of France, in Virginia, 
William, acting midshipman on board frigate 
Gen. Greene. Journal of 

HP3RSHELL Dr., the celebrated astronomer, 
in England. Journal of 

HILL Joseph, Jr., in this town, in 25th year, 

HITCHCOCK A , in this town, in 56th 

year, 

HOFFMAN Catharine, wife of John, merchant, 
suddenly, at Frederickstown, Md., in 44th 
year, 

HOLDEN Mary, wife of Charles, Esq., at Cov- 
entry, in 62d year. Journal of 
John, at Warwick, in looth year, had en- 
joyed the best of health to the last. Jour- 
nal of 

HOLLAND Mary, widow of Capt. , in 

this town. Journal of 

HOWE James, merchant, at Roxbury, aged 24 
years. Journal of 

HOWELL Aaron, at Morristown, N. J., in 92d 
year. Journal of 
Mary, wife of David, 
Journal of 

HOWMAN Matthias, in 
years. Journal of 

HOYLE Col. Joseph, 

HUDSON Hannah, wife of George, in 36th year. 
Journal of 

HUGHES Samuel, barber on board frigate Gen, 
Greene. Journal of 



P2sq., in this town. 
Virginia, aged 100 



Nov. 20, 


1799 


Aug. 7, 


1799 


Jan. 22, 


1800 


April 15, 


1801 


Aug. 7, 


1799 


Aug. 7> 


1799 


June 18, 


1800 


July 29, 


1801 


June 4, 


1799 


Aug. 7, 


1799 


April 15, 


1801 


Oct. 27, 


1800 



May 5, 



June 3, 


1800 


Dec. 4, 


1799 


Nov. 19, 


1800 


Oct. 9, 


1799 


J"iy i> 


1801 


July 9, 


1800 


July 8, 


1801 


Aug. 19, 
April 14, 


1801 
1800 


March 19, 


1800 


Aug. 7, 


1799 



801 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— DEATHS 165 

HUMPHREY Mrs. Abijah, at Barrington, in 

84th year, June 22, 1801 

HUNT Joel, formerly of this town, at Havana, 

W. I., April 17, iSoo 

HURLEY Rev. James, in this town, April 8, 1801 

HURTIN Robert, printer, at New York, of the 

fever. Journal of Sept. 18, 1799 

HUSSEY Eleanor, at Smithfield, in 83d year, 
native of Ireland and a noted linen spin- 
ner. Journal of Dec. 4, 1799 

I 

INGRAH AM Mrs. Patience, in this town, aged 

63 years. Journal of May 29, 1799 

Mary, wife of John, at Warren, aged 57 years, Aug. 16, 1800 
Timothy, son of Simeon, in this town, in 

20th year. Journal of Oct. 22, 1800 

IREDELL James, one of the Judges of the 

U. S. Supreme Court, at Edenton, N. C, Occ. 20, 1799 



JACKSON Jeremiah, son of Capt. Thomas, of 

this town, in i6th year, at Surinam. Jour- 
nal of March 4, 1801 
Charles, Esq., son of the late Gen. Jackson, 

of Massachusetts, at Cumberland Island, 

Ga., Nov. 25, 1801 

JACOBS Capt. John, at Rehoboth, in 67th year. 

Journal of Jan. 2, 1799 

Bela, carpenter, on board frigate Gen. 

Greene. Journal of Aug. 7, 1799 

Mrs. Phebe, wife of John, at Rehoboth, in 

37th year. Journal of Dec. 11, 1799 

JENCKES Sarah, wife of George, and daughter 

of Joseph Whipple, of Smithfield, at Che- 
shire, Mass. This is the fifth daughter 

Mr. Whipple has buried in 22 months. 

Journal of Feb. 20, 1799 

Ebenezer, merchant, of this town, son of late 

Hon. John, at St. Thomas, aged 25 years, 

leaves wife and 2 children. Journal of May 29, 1799 

Capt. John, son of Henry, at Smithfield, in 

40th year. Journal of Nov. 13, 1799 

Capt. Stephen, at North Providence, in 75th 

year. He left 60 descendants to the 

fourth generation, and a widow; sermon by 

Rev. Mr. Hurley, of Cambridge, formerly 

member of General Assembly, Nov. 23, 1800 



166 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JENKINS William, a clerk in a bank, aged 31 

years. His height was 7 feet, 9 inch<is. 

To prevent his corpse from being stolen 

it was deposited in a bank vault by order 

of the directors; died in April — , 1798. 

Journal of Feb. 4, 1801 

JONES Mrs. , wife of Timothy. Journal 

of June 18, 1800 

James, Esq., M. C. from Georgia, at Wash- 
ington. Journal of Jan. 28, 1801 
JOYEUX John Charles, at Charleston, S. C, 

aged 80 years, had resided at Cape St. 

Francois 50 years, where he lost an estate 

valued at ;^5o,ooo. Journal of Jan. 28, 1801 

JUSTIN Nancy, wife of John, in this town, in 

32nd year. Journal of Aug. 12, 1801 

K 



KEENE Reynold, at Philadelphia, an Alder- 
man of that city, aged 71 years. Journal 
of Sept. 17, 1800 

Mary, daughter of the late Major Charles. 

Journal of Dec. 10, 1800 

Charles, seaman, of this town, on board brig 

Maria, on Coast of Africa. Journal of Feb. 25, 1801 

KNIGHT Benjamin, at Cranston, aged 66 

years. Journal of Aug. 6, 1800 



LaBEGA Joseph, merchant, of Port-de-Paix, at 

Fortudas. Journal of 
LAKE Esther, widow of Joseph, at Rehoboth, 

aged nearly 86 years. Journal of 
LAMB Gen. John, at New York, aged 66 years. 

Journal of 
Mark, seaman, died at sea, rescued from ship 

Hope. Journal of 
LANG Jacob, printer, in Westchester Co., 

N. Y., in 26th year, brother to the 

publisher of the New York Gazette. 

Journal of 
EARNED Otis, merchant, of Woodstock, at 

Thompson, Ct., in 24th year, drowned, 
Sarah, wife of Augustus, merchant, 
LASSELL Susan, daughter of John, in this 

town, 



Sept. 25, 1799 
Nov. 4, 1 80 1 
June 4, 1800 
Oct. 22, 1800 

July 23, 1800 

March 21, 1801 
Aug. 19, 1801 

March 4, 1800 



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167 



LAWRENCE Gen. Elisha, in New Jersey, from 

accidental discharge of his fowling piece, 

in his 53d year. Journal of 
Alexander Frazier, of this town, at Isle of 

St. Thomas, W. I., aged 24 years. Jour- 
nal of 
Richard T., of New York, merchant, on 

Long Island. Journal of 
LEALAND Rebecca, daughter of Jesse, at 

Johnston, in 23d year. Journal of 
LEARNERD Ebenezer, Esq., at Oxford, a 

Brigadier General in the Revolution. 

Journal of 
LEONARD Appollas, Esq., at Taunton, aged 

55 years. Journal of 
LOCKWOOD Phebe, in this town, in 22d year. 

Journal of 
LOPEZ Jacob, of Newport, at Coasters Harbor 

Island, in 20th year. Journal of 
LOW Amey, wife of Major Samuel, formerly of 

this town, at Berkeley Co., N. Y. Journal 

of 
LINDEMAN General , Governor of St. 

Croix. Journal of 
LINDLEY Capt. John, at Rehoboth, in 8ist 

year. Journal of 
LUTHER , drowned. Journal of 



Aug. 14, 1799 

Nov. 20, 1799 
Nov. 25, 1 80 1 
July 30, 1800 

April 15, 1801 

March 20, 1799 

June "11, 1800 

June 18, 1800 

July 17, 1799 

Oct. 28, 1801 

March 5, 1800 
May 8, 1799 



M 



MACKAY Capt. William, at Boston, in 77th 

year. Journal of 
MADISON Hon. James, in Virginia, father of 

present Secretary of State. Journal of 
MANN Anna, wife of Thomas, at Johnston, 

aged 58 years, 
MANTON Elisha, at Glocester. Journal of 
MARMONTED M , at Abloville, in the 

Lower Seine, France, where he lived in 

great want. Journal of 
MASON Elder Russell, senior pastor of Second 

Baptist Church, of Swanzey, where he had 

labored 47 years. Sermon by P^der Goff, 

of Dighton. The Elder's posterity number 

more than 130 persons; was in his 85th 

year; 
Dr. Benjamin, at Newport, in 40th year. 

Journal of 



Jan. 28, 1801 

March 25, 1801 

Dec. 23, 1800 
May 7, 1800 

Aug. 20, 1800 



Jan. 1 1, 1799 
Sept. 23, 1 801 



Igg VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MASSARENNE Countess of, aged 38 years, a 
celebrated beauty, at her house on Black- 
heath, Eng., of Angina Pectoris. Her vital 
organs on being examined caused a sur- 
prise to the medical world. Journal of Jan. 28, 1801 

MASTERSON Miss , aged 100 years, 

lineally descended from Thomas who 
served under the Black Prince and was 
knighted by the Prince on the field; in Ire- 
land. Journal of Aug. 20, 1800 

McCLURE John, of Bussaine, at Northumber- 
land, Pa., in goth year, was mother of 14 chil- 
dren, no grand, 148 great grand and 4 
great great grand children, a total of 276, Nov. 14, 1801 

McIVt^R John, one of the proprietors of the 
(Charleston City Gazette, near Charleston, 
S. C, in 37th year, member of the S. C. 
General Assembly, May 7, 1801 

MERRY Robert, at Baltimore, the poet, sud- 
denly. Journal of Jan. 9, 1799 

MOREY Samuel, at Norton. Journal of Jan. 23, 1799 

MORSP^ Mrs. , grandmother of the Rev. 

Dr. Morse, of Charleston, Mass., aged 99 
years lacking a few days, at Woodstock, 
Ct. Her posterity is 10 children, 72 grand, 
219 of the fourth and 14 of the fifth gen- 
eration, total 315. Journal of June 17, 1801 

MOWRY Samuel, of Smithfield, at Charleston, 

S. C, in 25th year. Journal of Nov. 20, 1799 

MULLETT Mary, wife of Thomas. She was 
the eldest surviving daughter of the late 
Rev. Hugh Evans and sister of Rev. 
Caleb, D. D., pastors of Baptist Congre- 
gations, at Broad St. Buildings, London, 
aged 57 years, Oct. 15, 1800 

N 

NICHOLS Walter, late of Freetown, in this 

town, in 5rst year. Journal of Feb. 11, 1801 

NORTH Marcus, printer, at Savannah, Ga., a 

native of Connecticut, Oct. 12, 1801 

o 

OLNEY Luana, wife of Stephen, in this town. 

Journal of Feb. 6, 1799 

Henry P., of Hudson, N. Y., in this town, in 

25th year, March 20, 1800 

Isaac, at Johnston. Journal of June 11, 1800 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-DEATHS 



169 



ORMSBEE Daniel, at Rehoboth, in 53d year. 

Journal of Feb. 12, 1800 

ORONO an Indian Chief of the Penobscot 

Tribe, at Old Town, Me., aged 113 years. 

Journal of March 25, 1801 

OSBORNE George Jerry, of Portsmouth, N. H., 

printer, at Newburyport. Journal of June 11, 1800 



PABODIE Benjamin, of this town, in 17th year, 

at Cape P"rancois. Journal of 
PACKARD .child of Capt. Samuel, drank 

a cup of very hot water, 
Capt. Robert S., son of Capt. Nathaniel, Sr., 

of this town, in the West Indies, in 24th 

year, had been but recently married. Jour- 
nal of 
Sally, eldest daughter of Melzar, in this town, 

in 27th year, 
PADELFORD John, of Taunton, member of 

the senior class Rhode Island College. 

Journal of 
PAGE Nancy, wife of Capt. Benjamin, in this 

town, was daughter of Job Sweeting, Esq. 

Journal of 
William, Jr., of this town, in 27th year, at St. 

Jago de Cuba. Journal of 
PAINE Mrs. Jemima, in 73d year, at Smithfield. 

Journal of 
Seth, Esq., printer, at Charleston, S. C. 

Journal of 
PARKER Asa, marine on board frigate Gen. 

Greene. Journal of 
Dr. , surgeon of the U. S. frigate 

Massachusetts, at Bavaria. Journal of 
PAUL Mrs. Judeth, in this town, in 65th year. 

Journal of 
PEARCE Preserved, Esq., at East Greenwich. 

Journal of 
PEARSE Lydia, widow of William, at Bristol, m 

78th year, 
PECK William, son of Elisha, of this town, at 

Berbice. Journal of 
PECKHAM Thomas, in this town, in 25th year. 

Journal of 
Mary, daughter of the late Joshua, of New- 
port, in this town, in 29th year, 



Oct. 23, 1799 
Feb. 26, 1799 

Aug. 6, 1800 
Oct. 16, 1 80 1 

June 24, 1 801 

March 27, 1799 

Aug. 19, 1801 

Oct. 29, 1800 

Oct. 21, 1 80 1 

Aug. 7, 1799 

Dec. 10, 1800 

Nov. 5, 1800 

Sept. 18, 1799 

June 22, 1801 

Jan. 9, 1799 

July 2, 1800 

Feb. 3, 1801 



170 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PENNINGTON Aaron, at Newark, N. J., in 
29th year, one of the editors of the " Centi- 
nel of Freedom." Journal of 

PERKINS Dr. •, inventor of Metallic 

Tractors, at New York, of the fever. 
Journal of 
Foster, fourth son of Dr. Richard, of Bridge- 
water, at Norfolk, Va., on board sloop of 
war, Portsmouth; a midshipman, aged 24 
years. Journal of 

PETTIS John, master of sloop Exchange, of 
this port, at Sierra Leone, Africa. Jour- 
nal of 

PHILLIPS Capt. Jonathan, killed by his brother 
Samuel in a moment of passion, at Marden 
Head, N. J., 

PIKE Dea. Joseph, at Newport, in 6ist year; 
many years Deacon in the Mrst Baptist 
Church. Journal of 

POMEROY George, of Hartford, merchant, at 
sea on passage from St. Thomas to Turks 
• Island, in 26th year, 

PORTER Lavinia, wife of Augustus, and daugh- 
ter of Timothy Steele, of Hartford, at 
Canandarque, N. Y., in 25th vear, 

POTTER Caleb, of this town, in 25th year. 
Journal of 

POWER Mary, sister of Capt. Nicholas, in this 
town, in 6ist year. Journal of 



Jan. 15, 1800 
Sept. 18, 1799 

Jan. 28, 1 80 1 

March 19, 1800 

June 29, 1801 

Oct. 28, 1801 

July 20, 1799 

March 6, 1799 

Feb. 12, 1800 

March 6, 1799 



Q R 



RAND Samuel, at Charlestown, Mass. Journal 

of Jan. 9, 1799 

READ Mrs. Rebecca, at Warren, aged 63 years. 

Journal of April 17, 1799 

REYNOLDS Richard R., master at arms, on 

board frigate Gen. Greene. Journal of Aug. 7, 1799 

RHODES William, Jr., merchant, at Newburn, 

N. C, late of this town. Journal of Aug. 14, 1799 

Capt. Nehemiah, at Cranston, suddenly, at 

an advanced age, Jan. 22, 1801 

RICE Mrs. Marcy, at Pawtuxet, aged 62 years, Jan. 15, 1800 

Henry, Esq., in 83d year. Journal of Nov. 19, 1800 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-DEATHS 



171 



RICHARDSON John Stevens, eldest son of 
Jacob, Esq., of Newport, at Middletown, in 
35th year, 

RICHMOND Peres, one of the Justices of the 
Common Pleas for Newport Co., at Little 
Compton, in 72d year, 

REILLEY Martha, wife of Terence, in this town, 
in 49th year. Journal of 

ROBINSON Miss , the Poetess, near Lon- 
don, Eng. Journal of 

ROGERSON Rev. Robert, at Rehoboth, aged 
'j'j years and 40th of his ministry. He was 
descended from an ancient family in Great 
Britain and came to America as an Offi- 
cer of the Customs which he afterwards 
abandoned for the mmistry, died March 20, 
buried 
Anstress, wife of Capt. Thomas, and daugh- 
ter of the late Richard Olney, of this town, 
at Port Tobacco, Md. Journal of 

RUSSELL Martha, daughter of John, in 32d 
year. Journal of 



Sept. 5, 1800 

Nov. 22, 1800 

June 19, 1799 

March 18, 1801 



March 23, 1799 

July 23, 1800 
April 9, 1800 



SABIN William, innholder, at Rehoboth. Jour- 
nal of 

SAGE General , at Middletown, Ct., aged 

67 years, also his wife. Journal of 

SALISBURY Joshua, in this town. Journal of 

SANDS F'rancis, son of Comfort, of New York, 
midshipman on board the Portsmouth, at 
the Imperial City of Hamburg, Germany, 
in 17th year, 

SEARS George, Jr., of Baltimore, only son of 
George, Esq., of Newport, very suddenly, 
at Christiana Bridge, Del, in 35th year, 
George, Esq., at Newport, suddenly, in 66th 
year. Journal of 

SENTER Dr. Isaac, at Newport, an eminent 
physician, after a short illness. Journal of 

SESSIONS Capt. Amasa, at Pomfret, Ct., in 
84th year. In 1755, he raised a respec- 
table company in Connecticut at the ex- 
pense and for the service of Rhode Island, 
which he commanded at Lake George un- 



Aug. 6, 1800 

March 27, 1799 
Oct. 15, 1800 



Nov. 25, 1799 

Sept. 18, 1800 
March 4, 1801 
Dec. 25, 1799 



172 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SESSIONS : 

der Sir William Johnson; the late Major 

General Putnam was First Lieutenant in 

this Company and was the first military 

notice taken of his talents; April 7, 1799 

SEYMOUR Vice Admiral Sir Hugh, Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the Jamaica Station, 

in the West Indies. Journal of Oct. 28, 1801 

SHAW Peleg, ship steward, on board frigate 

Gen. Greene. Journal of Aug. 7, 1799 

SHELDON Capt. Christopher, in this town, 

suddenly, in 68th year, Nov. 14, 1799 

John, Jr., of this town, at St. Bartholomew, 

W. I., aged 27 years. Journal of July 23, 1800 

SH ELTON Peter, printer, at Norfolk, Va., a 

young man of much promise. Journal of Aug. 20, 1800 

SMELLAGE James, mate of sloop Exchange, of 

this port, at Sierra Leone, Afr. Journal of March 19, 1800 
SMITH Capt. James, at Barrington. Journal of July 17, 1799 
George, seaman on board frigate Gen. 

Greene. Journal of Aug. 7, 1799 

Stephen, one of the Justices for Bristol Co., 

at Bristol. Journal of Dec. 11, 1799 

William, son of Joseph, Esq., of Warren, at 

sea on his passage from Havana, aged 22 

years. Journal of Oct. 8, 1800 

Miss Ann, in 39th year. Journal of Oct. 22, 1800 

John R., at Pomfret, Ct., after a short illness. 

Journal of Feb. 25, 1801 

Capt. Benjamin, at Bristol, in 32d year. He 

severely injured his arm in the explosion 

of a cannon, which was amputated after- 
wards; was buried with Masonic and mili- 
tary honors. His father a few years since 

lost his wife, two sons and two daughters 

from the fever; May 6, 1801 

Samuel, only son of Richard, Jr., at Bristol, 

aged 13 years, June 22, 1801 

Susannah, wife of John, merchant, daughter 

of Hon. Nicholas Tillinghast, formerly of 

this town, at Taunton. Journal of Oct. 21, 1801 

Rt. Rev. Robert, bishop of South Carolina, 

at Charleston, in 73d year; 45 as pastor of 

St. Philips Church, Oct. 28, 1801 

Capt. .Thomas, of a fever, at sea on passage 

from Hartford to Barbadoes, supposed to 

have taken it on board a Spanish privateer 

which plundered his vessel. Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 

Nancy, widow of Joshua. Journal of Dec. 23, 1801 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— DEATHS 



173 



SNELLING Joseph, at Boston, aged 25 years. 

Journal of May i 

SNOW Josiah, house carpenter, in this town, in 

46th year. Journal of F'eb. 4 

SOULE Mary, widow of Seabury, merchant, 

suddenly, in 26th year, Dec. 26 

SOWER Christopher, printer to His Britannic 
Majesty, from the City of St. John's, 
N. B. Journal of July 17 

SPAULDING Elizabeth, wife of John T., daugh- 
ter of Robert McClallan, Esq., at Albany, 
N. Y., in 24th year. Journal of Nov. 13 

SPEARS Polly, daughter of William, late of 
Woodstock, dec, in this town, in 34th 
year. Journal of Jan. 22 

SPOONER Thomas, printer, at New Bedford. 

Journal of June 19 

Mrs. , wife of Samuel, in this town. 

Journal of Jan. 21 

SPRAGUE Obadiah, in this town, in 83d year. 

Journal of June 18 

STACKPOLE Garrett, seaman on board frigate 

Gen. Greene. Journal of Aug. 7 

STATES Miss Lucy, aged 21 years. Journal of Aug. 19 

STEAVP2NS George, Esq., at Hamstead, Eng., 

an English author, Jan. 22 

STERLING Henry P., aged 35 years. Journal 

of March 19 

Patience, wife of Dr. Henry, in this town, in 
65th year, Jan. 4 

STERRY Abigail, wife of Capt. Nathan, and 
daughter of Comfort Wheaton, Esq., in 
this town. Journal of May 15 

Elizabeth, widow of Cyprian, aged 94 years, 

7 months, Oct. 7 

STILES Mary, widow of Rev. Dr. Ezra, late 
President of Yale College, at Newport, in 
58th vear. Journal of Oct. 21 

STILLMAN Benjamin M., eldest son of Rev. 
Dr. , at Boston, in 36th year. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 5 

STONE Thomas, of this town, at Surinam, in 

24th year. Journal of March 25 

SNYDEN George, printer, formerly of this town, 
a native of Skipton, Yorkshire Co., Eng., 
at Charleston, S. C, Sept. 5 

SULLIVAN Florence, of Philadelphia, in this 

town, burial at North End Cemetery, April 20 

SUMNER Increase, Governor of Massachusetts, 

at Roxbury, June 14 



799 
[801 

798 
799 

799 

[800 

799 
[801 
[800 

799 
[801 

[800 

[800 

)i 

799 
[801 

;8oi 

;8oo 
801 

[800 
[80T 
799 



174 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



TABOR Benedict, in this town, suddenly, at an 

advanced age. Journal of 
TAFT Nathan, seaman, on board frigate Gen. 
Greene. Journal of 

TAYLOR Mrs. , wife of Peter, and 

daughter of Samuel Butler, Esq., in this 
town. Journal of 
Col. Robert, at Marietta, Ohio, formerly of 

this town, 
Col. John, professor of languages in Union 
College, at Schenectady. Journal of 
TEEL Thomas, in this town, aged about 39 
years, 
Caleb, formerly of Charlestown, Mass., in this 
town, in 85th year. Journal of 
TEW Major James, at Newport, in 67th year. 

Journal of 
TIBBETTS Henry, surgeon, on board frigate 

Gen. Greene. Journal of 
TILLINGHAST Robert Gibbs, son of Col. 
Daniel, of Uxbridge, formerly of this town; 
fell into one of the vats in the distillery; 
his age was 41, 
Lydia, daughter of the late William, in this 

town, in 20th year, 
Hannah, daughter of the late Robert Gibbs 
Tillinghast, of this town, at Uxbridge, in 
1 8th year. Journal of 
Rosella, widow of William, in this town, 
TINGLEY Otis, aged 26 years, of the House 
of Arnold and Tingley, at Savannah, Ga., 
formerly of Attleboro, 
THAYER Sarah, wife of William, of this town, 
in 44th year, 
Major General Simeon, at Cumberland, 
where his funeral will be held; burial in 
Common Burial Place, Providence. A 
well known Revolutionary character. 
Journal of 

TOUISSANT , news was received from 

Montego Bay of the death of this celebra- 
ted character. It is thought his death was 
not natural. (Contradicted in next issue.) 
TOWNSEND David, at Charleston, in 25th year, 
a stick of timber fell across his neck. 
Journal of 



Dec. 18, 1799 
Aug. 7, 1799 

March 20, 1799 

Sept. 30, 180] 

Nov. 25, 1801 

July 2, 1801 

Dec. 9, 1801 

Dec. 23, 1801 

Aug. 7, 1799 

June 24, 1799 
Aug. 25, 1799 



Feb. 5, 1800 
Jan. 5, 1801 



June 29, 1799 
Aug. 5, 1800 

Oct. 15, 1800 

July 10, 1799 
Nov. 13, 1799 



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175 



TREZEVANT Theodore, who removed from 
France to South Carolina in his youth, at 
Charleston, S. C, aged 80 years. Jour- 
nal of June 17, 1 80 1 

TUCKER Benoni, at Glocester, in 95th year; 
he lived with his wife 73 years; their pos- 
terity is 203 persons, Nov. 3, 1801 

TUFTS Capt. Simon, formerly of this town, 

at Charleston, S. C. Journal of Dec. 25, 1799 

TURNER Mary, wife of Amos, mariner, and 
daughter of Capt. John Griffith, aged 29 
years. Journal of Nov. 6, 1799 

TYLER Martha, daughter of the late Capt. 

Ebenezer. Journal of Nov. 27, 1799 



u 



UPDIKE Miss Elizabeth, aged 72 years, in this 

town. Journal of March 27, 1799 



VANDEPUT George, Esq., Admiral of the 

Blue British Navy, Commander of Halifax 

Station, at sea. Journal of April 16, 1800 

VAN HORNE Philip, printer, at New York, of 

the prevailing fever. Journal of Sept. 25, 1799 



w 



WALKER Peter, Jr., at Taunton, in 23d year, 

leaves wife and infant son, Aug. 9, 1800 

WALLACE Mary, daughter of Capt. James, at 

Newport, in 14th year. Journal of March 4, 1801 

WALL Capt. John, of Wickford, at Philadelphia, Oct. 9, 1799 

Hope, wife of Col. William, formerly of this 

town, at Savannah, Ga. Journal of Dec. 18, 1799 

WALTER Rev. William, rector of Christ 

Church, Boston. Journal of Dec. 10, 1800 

WALTERS , son of John, rigger, 

drowned, aged about 6 years, July 30, 1800 



176 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



WARD Esther, widow of Henry, late Secretary 
of State, in this town, in 74th year. Jour- 
nal of 
WORM LEY John Taylor, member of Senior 
Class, R. I. College, at sea on passage to 
Norfolk, V^a. Journal of 
WARNER Oliver R., Esq., of Newport, in this 
town, m 71st year, 
Oliver W., at Newport, in 28th year. Jour- 
nal of 
WARREN Rebecca, daughter of John, Jr., in 
i6th year. Journal of 
Samuel, merchant, in this town. Journal of 

Mrs. , widow of Samuel, of this town, 

at Mendon, suddenly, 
WASHINGTON Corbin, Esq., of Fairfax Co., 
Va,, only surviving brother of Judge Wash- 
ington, and nephew of the General, at 
Bushfield, Westmoreland Co., Va., 
George, at Mt. Vernon, Va., Dec. [4, 1799. 
This paper of Dec. 25, and the three first 
issues of 1800 are in mourning. Journal of 
Hannah, widow of Corbin, Esq., ot Fairfax 
Co., Va., at Alexandria, in 37th year. Jour- 
nal of 
WATERMAN Robert Sterry, son of the late 
Capt. Asa, at sea, of yellow fever, on pas- 
sage from Tartola to this port. Journal of 
Sarah, wife of Col. John, at Warwick, in 72d 
year, 
WEEDEN Abigail, wife of Samuel, in this town, 
in 46th year, 
Daniel, at Jamestown, at an advanced age. 
Journal of 
WEST Benjamin, Jr., in this town, 
WESTCOTT Uriah, formerly of this town, at 
Newburn, N. C, in 44th year. Journal of 
Benjamin, grandson of Stuteley the emigrant, 
at Coventry, in 92d year. Journal of 
WH EATON Nathaniel, at Rehoboth at an ad- 
vanced age. Journal of 
WHEELER Rev. Aaron, at Rehoboth, Baptist 
Minister, at an advanced age. Journal of 
WHIPPLE Hetty,- daughter of Joseph, at Smith- 
field, aged 17 years, i month. Journal of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph, at Smithfield. 

Sermon by Rev. Dr. Gano. Journal of 
James, midshipman of the U. S. frigate Mas- 
sachusetts, at Bavaria. Journal of 



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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— DEATHS 177 



WHIPPLE Jeremiah, Esq., at Cumberland, at 

an advanced age, was formerly member of 

General Assembly and County Judge. 

Journal of Feb. 4 

Joseph Brown, son of William, at Smithfield. 

Journal of Oct. 21 

Martha, of Cumberland, widow of Capt. 
David, aged nearly 86 years, at Rehoboth, 
where she was on a visit, Oct. 27 

WHITE John, at Haverhill, aged 75 years, mer- 
chant. Journal of March 5 

WHITING Abijah, Esq., attorney at law, at 

Salem, N. J., in 33d year, Oct. 6 

WILKES John, at an advanced age. Journal of June 18 

WILLIAMS William H., midshipman, at sea 
on beard the Essex, in 20th year, was 
youngest son of Major Elijah, of this town, May 31 
Brig. Gen. Joseph, of the 3d Conn. Brigade, 

at Norwich, Ct. Journal of Nov. 5 

Mary, wife of Mathewson, in 29th year. 
Journal of Aug. 26 

WILLING Martha, wife of George, merchant, at 

Philadelphia. Journal of Aug. 21 

WILSON W. J., in Ireland, aged 117 years. 

Journal of Aug. 20 

Hannah, widow of William, of this town, in 
47th year. Journal of Dec. 17 

WING Capt. Jadiah, at Putney, Penn., in 37th 
year, for many years a nautical com- 
mander from Rochester, Mass. Journal of Nov. 4, 

WINSOR James, at Johnston, in 42nd year, Dec. 13 

W^OODWARD Hannah, wife of William. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 1 1 

WRIGHT Betsey, daughter of Aaron, in i8th 

year. Journal of Nov. 13 

Sophia, drowned at Hartford, Vt., in crossing 

White River. Journal of April 15 

WYATT Capt. Standfast, at Newport, in 79th 

year. Journal of Oct. 15 

WYLLY Col. Richard, in Georgia ; he served 
under Gen. Lincoln in the Revolution 
Journal of Nov. 18 



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YOUNG Sarah, wife of John, in this town, in 

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HARRIAGES. 



ABORN Capt. Burrows and Mary Hughes, both 

of this town, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, April 21, 1799 

Desire B., daughter of Col. Samuel, of War- 
wick, and Philip Crapo, married by Rev. 
Dr. Hitchcock, March i, 1801 

James and Mary Greene, daughter of the late 
Capt. Caleb, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 26, 1801 

AIR Charles James, of South Carolina, and Re- 
becca Power, youngest daughter of Capt. 
Nicholas, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 23, 1801 

ALLEN Abby, daughter of Capt, Zachariah, 
and Henry Smith, merchant, married by 
Rev. Mr. Clarke, Oct. 20, 1799 

Walter and Lucy Buffum, both of Society 

of F'riends, at Smithfield, Feb. 4, 1800 

Hon. John, of Litchfield, and Ursula Mc- 
Curdy, daughter of Lynde, P3sq., at Nor- 
wich. Journal of Aug. 5, 1801 
Hannah C, daughter of the late Capt. Paul, 
of this town, and Henry P. Franklin, of 
New York, merchant, at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, Sept. 2, 1801 

AMES Samuel, of this town, merchant, and Ann 
Checkley, daughter of the late John, Esq., 
of and at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Lathrop, Sept. 6, 1801 

AMMIDOWN Otis, of this town, and Abigail 
Russell, daughter of the late Jonathan, at 
Mendon. Journal of Aug. 28, 1799 

AMORY Thomas, merchant, of Boston, and 
Eliza Bowen, daughter of Dr. William, of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, Nov. 12, 1799 

ANTHONY Betsey, of Somerset, and Samuel 

Cross, of this town. Journal of Oct. 2, 1799 

Joseph, of this town, and Mary Gould, daugh- 
ter of John, of Middletown, married at 
Friends' Meeting House, Newport. Jour- 
nal of May 20, 1 80 1 



180 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ANTHONY Capt. John and Eliza Williams, in 

this town. Journal of Sept. i6, 1801 

APLIN Nancy and John Langford. Journal of Aug. 7, 1799 

ARMINGTON Esther and Robert S. Bur- 
roughs. Journal of Jan. 30, 1799 

Capt. Walter, of Rehoboth, and Marcy 
Jenckes, second daughter of Capt. Jere- 
miah, of this town, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Oct. 19, 1800 

ARNOLD James, Esq., and Mehitable Carpen- 
ter, daughter of Oliver, married by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 5, 1799 

Miss , daughter of Col. William, and 

Daniel E. Updike, Esq., of North Kings- 
town, at East Greenwich. Journal of May 22, 1799 

Mary and John Henry, both of this town. 
Journal of Oct. 16, 1799 

Israel and Eliza Manchester, daughter of 

Capt. John, of this town. Journal of June 4, 1800 

Mary, daughter of the late Welcome, Esq., 
and Tristam Burgess, Esq., attorney at 
law, in this town, married by Rev. Dr, 
Gano. Journal of May 27, 1801 

Daniel and Alice Cornell, daughter of 
Richard, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Journal of Dec. 23, 1 801 

ARROW Capt. Richard and Dorothy Bow, at 

Oldstock, Mass. Journal of Aug. 5, 1801 



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BACHE Margaret Hartman, widow of Ben- 
jamin Franklin Bache, and William Duane, 

editor of the Aurora, at Philadelphia, by 

Rev. Dr. White, June 28, 1800 

BALCH John R. and Sophia Packard, daughter 

of Melzar. Journal of Dec. 10, 1800 

BALLARD Sally and Thomas Carter, merchant, 

at Boston. Journal of Sept. 24, iSoo 

BARKER Mary, daughter of Elisha, Esq., and 

Col. Benjamin T. Sheffield, of South 

Kingstown, at Middletown. Journal of Dec. 23, 1801 

BARDINE Mary and Waterman Pratt, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Oct. 4, 1801 

BARSTOW Elias and Mary Wood, both of this 

town. Journal of Sept. 24, 1800 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 181 



BECKFORD Nehemiah and Nancy Calder, 
daughter of James, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano Journal of 

BICKNELL Martha, daughter of Capt. Thomas, 
of Attleboro, and Rev. Samuel Watson, of 
Barrington, at Attleboro. Journal of 

BINGHAM Maria Matilda, daughter of W- , 

Esq., and Count James Alexander DeTilley, 
at Philadelphia. Journal of 

BILLINGS William and Amey Burr, in this 
town, 

BLISS Frances, of Springfield, and Rev. Henry 
A. Rowland, formerly of this town, at 
Windsor, Ct. Journal of 

BLACK Harriet and Thomas Capernaum, in 
this town. Journal of 

BLODGETT William, Jr., merchant, and Mary 
Ann Power, daughter of Capt. Nicholas. 
Journal of 

BOW Dorothy and Capt. Richard Arrow, at Old- 
stock, Mass. Journal of 

BOWERS P:iizabeth S., daughter of the late 
Jarathniel, Esq,, and Dr. Thomas Danforth, 
of Boston, at Somerset. Journal of 

BOWEN Eliza, daughter of Dr. William, of this 
town, and Thomas Amory, of Boston, 
merchant, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, 

BOWEN Hon. Jabez, of this town, and Miss 

E Leonard, daughter of Hon. George, 

Esq., at Norton, 

BRADFORD Lemuel F., editor of "True Amer- 
ican," and Abby Inskeep, daughter of John, 
at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Blackwell, 

BROWN Moses, of this town, and Mrs. Phebe 
Lockwood, of Warwick, at P'riends' Meet- 
ing House, 
Polly, daughter of the late Joseph, Esq., 
and Rev. Stephen Gano, Pastor of the 
Baptist Church, in this town, 
Joseph, of Bristol, and Catherine Metcalf, of 

this town. Journal of 
Sally, daughter of Andrew and William Man- 
ton, at North Providence. Journal of 
Sally G. and Joseph Husband, at Baltimore. 

Journal of 
Betsey, daughter of Elisha, Jr., and John 

Kiimicut. Journal of 
Nicholas, Esq., and Mary B. Stelle, daughter 
of Benjamin, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



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XS2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BROWN Sally, second daughter of Hon. John 

and Charles F. Herreshoff, merchant, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, uly 8, 1801 

Samuel and Anstress B. Olney, daughter of 

Simeon H., in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Maxcy, Oct. 4, [801 

BROWNELL Nancy, second daughter of 

Stephen, and Stephen Hopkins, married by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 26, 1801 

BUFFUM Lucy and Walter Allen, both of So- 
ciety of Friends, at Smithiield, Feb. 4, 1800 
BURGESS Tristam, Esq., Attorney at Law, and 

Mary Arnold, daughter of the late Wel- 
come, Esq., in this town, married by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. Journal of May 27, 1801 

BULLOCK Prudence and Capt. Martin Page, Dec. 15, 1799 

BURR Amey and William Billings, in this town, Nov. 28, 1799 
BUKRELL George R., Esq., Attorney at Law, 

and Amelia Smith, daughter of Capt. 

Simon, in this town. Journal of Sept. 3, 1800 

BURROUGHS Robert S. and Esther Arming- 
ton. Journal of Jan. 30, 1799 
Martha and Nicholas Northup, Jr., both of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. ro, 1799 

BUSH Rachael, of Sheffield, Mass., and George 

Webster, one of the proprietors of Albany 

Gazette. Journal of April 3, 1799 

BUTLER Penelope Wentworth, of Hingham, 

formerly of Providence, and Christopher 

Seaton, Esq., of the Island of Tobergo, 

at Trinity Church, Boston, by Rev. Mr. 

Parker. Journal of June 11, 1800 



CAHOONE Mary R., eldest daughter of the 

late Capt. Isaiah, and Ephraim W. Hors- 

well, married by Rev. Joseph Snow, April 26, 1801 

CALDER Nancy, daughter of James and Nehe- 

miah Beckford, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Journal of Dec. 3, 1800 

CALLENDER, Polly, daughterof the late Elias, 

and Samuel Olney, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson. Journal of April 17, 1799 

Thomas and Mary Martin, daughter of Dea. 

John, of Boston, at Wrentham, by Rev. 

William Williams. Journal of June 12, 1799 



. PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 183 

CAPERNAUM Thomas and Harriet Black, in 

this town. Journal of Sept. 25, 1799 

CAREW Miss , of Norwich, and Charles W. 

Tillinghast, merchant, of this town. Jour- 
nal of Jan. 29, 1800 
CARPENTER Mehitable, daughter of Oliver, 

and James Arnold, Esq., married by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, • May 5, 1799 

Charlotte, daughter of Oliver, and Allen Glad- 
ding, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, June 23, 1799 
Betsey Matilda, daughter of Dr. Cyrel, and 

Paul Dowe, at Foster. Journal of Dec. 23, 1801 

CARROLL Miss , daughter of Charles, Esq., 

of Carrollton, Md., and Robert Goodloe 

Harper, Esq., married at Baltimore, by Rt. 

Rev. Bishop Carroll. Journal of May 20, 1801 

CARTER Thomas, merchant, and Sally Bullard, 

at Boston. Journal of Sept. 24. 1800 

Rebecca, second daughter of John, Esq., 

and Throop Jenckes, merchant, at the 

Episcopal Church, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Sept. 20, 1801 

CHAMPLIN Mary, daughter of the late Capt. 

Robert, and Major William McRea, U. S. 

2d Infantry, at Newport. Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 

CHASE Sally Wheaton and Philip Pick, both of 

this town, Dec. 8, 1799 

CHECKLEY Ann, daughter of the late John, 

Esq., of Boston, and Samuel Ames, of this 

town, merchant, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 

Lathrop, Sept. 6, 1801 

CLAFLAND Preston, of Attleboro, and Lydia 

Williams, eldest daughter of the late Capt. 

John, of Dighton, at Attleboro. Journal 

of Dec. 4, 1799 

CLEMENTS Hannah and William Thurber, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 26, 1800 

CLEVELAND Seth, and Sally Haywood, in 

this town, May 10, 1801 

COBB Nancy, daughter of Jonathan and Appolas 

B. Leonard, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipen. 

Journal of Oct. 15, 1800 

COLE Cyrus and Maria Jackson, only daughter 

of Capt. Thomas, married by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Feb. 27, 1800 

COOKE Harriet, daughter of the late Daniel, 

Esq., and George W. Page, merchant, Feb. 22, 1801 

Capt. , and Eliza Dennison, in this town. 

Journal of Aug. 5, 1801 

CORNELL Alice, daughter of Richard and Dan- 
iel Arnold, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

Journal of Dec. 23, 1801 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CRAPO Philip and Desire B. Aborn, daughter 
of Col. Samuel, of Warwick, married by 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, March i, 1801 

CRAPON Benjamin, and Ann Simmons. Jour- 
nal of Dec. 23, 1801 

CROSS Samuel, of this town, and Betsey An- 
thony, of Somerset. Journal of Oct. 2, 1799 

CROSSMAN Nathaniel Williams, merchant, 
and Ann Washburn, daughter of Isaac, 
Esq., at Taunton. Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 



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DANFORTH Dr. Thomas, of Boston, and 

Elizabeth S. Bowers, daughter of the late 

Jarathmiel, Esq., at Somerset. Journal of April 9, 1800 

DAY Philo, of Catskill, N. Y., and Emma 

Gardiner, daughter of Col. John, at South 

Kingstown. Journal of June 4, 1800 

DEAN Simon and Nancy Jenckes, in this town. 

Journal of Jan. 21, 1801 

Calvin and Fanny Pearce, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, March i, 1801 

DENNISON Eliza and Capt. J Cooke, in 

this town. Journal of Aug. 5, 1801 

DERBY Martha, daughter of the late E. H., 

and Capt. John Prince, at Salem, Mass. 

Journal of Nov. 11, 1801 

DE TILLEY James Alexander, Count, and 

Maria Matilda Bingham, daughter of 

W , Esq., at Philadelphia. Journal 

of May I, 1799 

DEXTP2R Ebenezer Knight, merchant, and 

Waitstill Howell, eldest daughter of Hon. 

David, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1801 

DOBBS Mary, of New York, and Charles Holt, 

printer of "The Bee" of New London, at 

New York, Aug. 10, 1800 

DONNISON Eliza, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, 

and Jonathan P. Hitchcock, married by 
' Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Journal of Jan. i, 1800 

DOWE Paul and Betsey Matilda Carpenter, 

daughter of Dr. Cyrel, at Foster. Journal 

of Dec. 23, 1801 

DUANE William, editor of the Aurora, and 

Margaret Hartman Bache, widow of Ben- 
jamin Franklin Bache, at Philadelphia, by 

Rev. Dr. White, June 28, 1800 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 185 

DYER Elisha, merchant, and Frances Jones, 
eldest daughter of Thomas, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 15, 1801 



EAMES Mrs. Nancy and John Harwood, printer, 

both of this town. Journal of July 24, 1799 

EARLE Capt. Oliver and F'anny Holroyd, 
daughter of William, Esq., in this town. 
Journal of Dec. 10, 1800 

EDDY Lydia and William Tourtellot, both of 

and at Glocester. Journal of April 17, 1799 

Samuel, Esq., and Martha Wheaton, daugh- 
ter of James, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1801 

ELLIOTT Ann, of Boston, and William Mum- 
ford, merchant, m this town. Journal of April 22, 1801 

EMERSON Joseph, of New London, and Mrs. 
Eliza P. Greene, of this town, at New 
London. Journal of Sept. 24, 1800 

EVELETH Isaac, Jr., and Almy Taggart, daugh- 
ter of the late William, of Newport. 
Journal of Nov. 27, 1799 



EARNS WORTH Oliver, printer, and Nancy 

Mumford, at Newport. Journal of March 20, 1799 

FARNUM Royal and Betsey Whitney, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 14, 1801 

FISKE Abigail and John Flagg Fry. Journal of April 24, 1799 
FRANKLIN Henry P., of New York, merchant, 

and Hannah C. Allen, daughter of the late 

Capt. Paul, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Hitchcock, Sept. 2, 1801 

FROST Ebenezer R. and Martha Peckham, both 

of this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 18, 1799 
FRY John Flagg and Abigail Fiske. Journal of April 24, 1799 

G 

GANO Rev. Stephen, Pastor of the Baptist 
Church in this town, and Polly Brown, 
daughter of the late Joseph, Esq., July 18, 1799 

Rev. Stephen, of this town, and Mrs. Joanna 

Latting, at Hinsdale, N. Y. Journal of Oct. 28, 1801 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GARDINER Emma, daughter of Col. John, and 
Philo Day, of Catskill, N. Y., at South 
Kingstown. Journal of June 4, 1800 

GLADDING Allen and Charlotte Carpenter, 
daughter of Oliver, married by Rev. Dr. 
Hitchcock, June 23, 1799 

Mrs. Freelove, widow of John W., and Capt. 

Peter Taylor, in this town. Journal of Sept. 24, 1800 

GOULD Mary, daughter of John, of Middle- 
town, and Joseph Anthony, of this town, 
married at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port. Journal of May 20, 180 1 

GREENE Nancy and James Tucker, at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 9, 1800 

Mrs. Eliza P., of this town, and Joseph Emer- 
son, of and at New London. Journal of Sept. 24, 1800 
Martha, daughter of Sylvester, and Isaac 
Manchester, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Jan. 11, 1801 
Mary, daughter of the late Capt. Caleb, and 
James Aborn, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 26, 1801 
Benjamin D. and Rebecca Taylor, daughter 
of the late Col. Robert, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Nov. 29, 1 801 

GRINKE Mary and Henry Ward, of Charleston, 

S. C, married by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, Aug. 4, 1799 



H 



HARDING Hezekiah and Sally Seamans, daugh- 
ter of Martin, in this town. Journal of 

HARPER Robert Goodloe, Esq., and Miss 

Carroll, daughter of Charles, Esq., of Car- 
rollton, Md., married at Baltimore, by Rt. 
Rev. Bishop Carroll. Journal of 

HARWOOD John, printer, and Mrs. Nancy 
Eames, both of this town. Journal of 

HAWES Joseph and Sally Hopkins, m this 
town, 

HAWKINS Joseph, editor of Columbian Phenix, 
of and at Boston, and Mrs. Hannah Sweet- 
land, of and at Hartford. Journal of 
Eliza, daughter of Edward, and Joseph Sim- 
mons, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of 

HAYWOOD Sally and Seth Cleveland, in this 
town, 



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March 22, 1801 

March 19, 1800 
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187 



HENRY John and Mary Arnold, both of this 
town. Journal of 

HERRESHOFF, Charles F., merchant, and 
Sally Brown, second daughter of Hon. 
John, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

HICKS Capt. David and Rosamond Seamans, 

HITCHCOCK Jonathan P. and Eliza Donnison, 
daughter of Capt. Jonathan, married by 
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock. Journal of 

HOLROYD Fanny, daughter of William, Esq., 
and Capt. Oliver Earle, in this town. 
Journal of 

HOLT, Charles, printer, of "The Bee, " at New 
London, and Mary Dobbs, of and at New 
York, 

HOPKINS Sally and Joseph Hawes, in this 
town, 
Stephen and Nancy Brownell, second daugh- 
ter of Stephen, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

HOPPIN Dr. George W. and Mary Philbrooks, 
daughter of Capt. . Journal of 

HORNING Miss K , of Montgomery Co., 

and I Ulmstead, merchant. Journal 

of 

HORSWELL Ephraim W. and Mary^ R. 
Cahoone, eldest daughter of the late Capt. 
Isaiah, married by Rev. Joseph Snow, 

HOWARD Philip, Esq., and Mary Soule, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Samuel, of this town, at Wood- 
stock. Journal of 

HOWELL Waitstill, eldest daughter of Hon. 
David, and Ebenezer Knight Dexter, mer- 
chant, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

HUGHES Mary and Capt. Burrows Aborn, both 
of this town, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, 

HUSBAND Joseph and Sally G. Brown, at Bal- 
timore. Journal of 



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Dec. 10, 1800 

Aug. 10, 1800 

March 22, 1801 

Oct. 26, 1801 

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April 26, 1 80 1 

Dec. 9, 1 80 1 

Jan. I, 1801 

April 21, 1799 

Jan. 28, i8oi 



INSKEEP Abby, daughter of John, and Samuel 
F. Bradford, editor of " True American," 
at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Blackwell, 



March 7, 1799 



JACKSON Maria, only daughter of Capt. 
Thomas, and Cyrus Cole, married by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 



Feb. 27, 1800 



l^^ VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JACKSON Major Samuel, of this town, and 
Betsey Richmond, of and at Dighton. 

T "^1 ^f Aug;. 13, 1800 

Journal 01 ■'»• & j' 

Capt. Samuel and Sally Potter, daughter of 

Cant. William, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Journal of April 15, 1 801 

JENCKES Ebenezer, merchant, of Georgia, and 

Sally Sheldon, daughter of Capt. James, of 

Cranston, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 11, 1799 

Marcy, second daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, 

of this town, and Capt. Walter Armington, 

of Rehoboth, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 19, i«0O 

Nancy and Simon Dean, in this town. Jour- 

nal of ^ J^"- 21' 1801 

Amos Throop, merchant, and Rebecca 

Carter, second daughter of John, Esq., at 

the Episcopal Church, by Rev. Mr. 

Clarke, Sept. 20, 1801 

Amey, daughter of the late Capt. Charles, 

and Stephen Smith, by Rev. Dr. Hitch- 
cock, O^^- ^5. 1 801 
John Charles and Sally Snow, daughter of 

the late Daniel, married by Rev. Mr. 

Snow. Journal of Nov. 25, 1801 

JONES Frances, eldest daughter of Thomas, 

and Elisha Dyer, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 15. 1801 

K 



KINNECUTT John and Betsey Brown, daugh- 
ter of Elisha, Jr. Journal of May 27, 1801 

KINNICUT Rosabella and Asa Earned, by Rev. 

Dr. Hitchcock, Nov. 29, 1801 

KNIGHT Dr. Daniel and Joanna Olney, at 

North Providence. Journal of March 20, 1799 



LANGFORD John and Nancy Aplin. Journal 

of Aug. 7, 1799 

EARNED Asa and Rosabella Kinnecutt, by 

Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, Nov. 29, 1801 

LATTING Mrs. Joanna and Rev. Stephen 

Gano, of this town, at Hinsdale, N. Y. 

Journal of Oct. 28, 1801 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 189 

LEONARD Appolos B. and Nancy Cobb, 

daughter of Jonathan, at Taunton, by Rev. 

Mr. Pipon. Journal of Oct. 15, 1800 

Miss E , daughter of Hon. George, 

Esq., and Hon, Jabez Bowen, of this town, 

at Norton, May 21, 1801 

LINDLEY Barbara, daughter of Capt. Joshua, 

and Samuel Spink, of South Kingstown, May 26, 1799 

LOCKWOOD Mrs. Phebe, of Warwick, and 

Moses Brown, of this town, at Friends' 

Meeting House, May 2, 1799 

M 



MANCHESTER Eliza, daughter of Capt. John, 

of this town, and Israel Arnold. Journal 

of June 4, 1800 

Isaac and Martha Greene, daughter of 

Sylvester, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Jan. 11, 1801 

MANTON William and Sally Brown, daughter 

of Andrew, at North Providence. Jour- 
nal of Dec. 17, 1800 
MARTIN Mary, daughter of Dea. John, of 

Boston, and Thomas Callender, at Wren- 

tham, by Rev. William Williams. Jour- 
nal of June 12, 1799 
Ann, daughter of Col. Philip, and William 

Taylor, merchant, both of this town. 

Journal of Nov. 5, 1800 

MASON Lorana, daughter of Edward, and 

Capt. Solomon Tyler, married by Rev. Dr. 

Maxcy, May 27, 1801 

Ruth, daughter of Aaron, Esq., and Daniel 

Sheldon, in this town. Journal of Aug. 19, 1801 

MATHEWSON Capt. Caleb and Phebe 

Mitchell, at Coventry. Journal of Jan. 30, 1799 

McCULLOCK Mary and John Mein, in this 

town. Journal of Aug. 20, 1800 

McCANN Mary and Fenner Rhodes, both of 

this town, Sept. 21, 1800 

McCURDY Ursula, daughter of Lynde, Esq., 

and Hon. John Allen, of Litchfield, at 

Norwich. Journal of Aug. 5, 1801 

McREA Major William, U. S.2nd Infantry, and 

Mary Champlain, daughter of the late 

Capt. Robert, at Newport. Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 

MEIN John and Mary McCullock, in this town. 

Journal of Aug. 20, 1800 



^9Q VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

METCALF Catharine, of this town, and Joseph 
Brown, of Bristol. Journal of . „ . 

MFT7P0R Mary, of Charleston, and Capt. 

^Samuel Thomas, of this town, at Charles- 
tnn S C journal of . , • 

MILLER Olive/ and Nancy White, in this 

MITCHTLL^Prbefnd Capt Caleb Mathew- 
son, at Coventry. Journal of 

MORGAN Samuel and Elizabeth Waterman, m 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson 

MUMFORD Nancy and Oliver Farnsworth, 
printer, at Newport. Journa of 
William, merchant, and Ann Elliott, of Bos- 
ton, in this town. Journal of 

N 

NORTHUP Nicholas, Jr., and Martha Bur- 
roughs, both of this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

o 

OLNEY Joanna and Dr. Daniel Knight, at 
North Providence. Journal of 

Samuel and Polly Callender daughter of the 
late Elias. in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son Tournal of tt j 

Anstress B., daughter of Simeon H., and 
Samuel Brown, in this town, by Rev. Ur. 

ONSLOw'^Viss , daughter of the Ad- 
miral, and Sir Hyde Parker, m England. 
The difference in their ages is 43 years 
exactly. Journal of 



May 7, 1800 

Aug. 14, 1799 

Nov. 26, 1800 

Jan. 30, 1799 

March 13, 1800 

March 20, i799 

April 22, 1801 



Sept. 29, 1799 



March 20, 1799 

April 17, 1799 

Oct. 4, 1801 



March 25, 1801 



PACKARD Robert S., merchant and Jane 

^^^ Stfwart, daughter of Archibald. Journal ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

Capt. Nathaniel and Margaret D. Padelford, ^^^ ^^^ 

at Taunton. Journal of 
Sophia, daugnter of Melzar, and John R. ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 
Balch Journal 01 ^ ^^ . 

PADELFORD Margaret D. and Capt Nathan- 
iel Packard, at Taunton. Journal ot 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 191 

PAGE Capt. Martin and Prudence Bullock, Dec. 15, 1799 

George W. , merchant, and Harriet Cooke, 

daughter of the late Daniel, Esq., Feb. 22, 1801 

Elizabeth, daughter of William, and Nicholas 

Stilhvell. Journal of Aug. 19, 1801 

PALMER Lucinda, daughter of Jonathan, Jr., 

Esq., and Samuel Trumbull, printer, at 

Stonington. Journal of July 24, 1799 

PARKER Sir Hyde and Miss Onslow, 

daughter of the Admiral, in England. The 

difference in their ages is 43 years exactly. 

Journal of March 25, 1801 

PEARCE Fanny and Colvin Dean, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March i, [801 

PECK Philip and Sally Wheaton Chase, both of 

this town, ' Dec. 8, 1799 

PECKHAM Martha and Ebenezer R. Frost, both 

of this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug, 18, 1799 

PHILBROOKS Mary, daughter of Capt. , 

and Dr. George W. Hoppin. Journal of Sept. 9, 1801 

PITMAN, Nancy, daughter of Saunders, of this 

town, and Major Jonathan Tiffany, of 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 18, 1800 

POTTER Mrs. , widow of Reuben, and John 

Tarp. Journal of May 15, 1799 

PATTEN George, of Woodstock, merchant, and 
Sarah Soule, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of 
this town. Journal of Nov. 19, 1800 

POTTER Sally, daughter of Capt. William, and 
Capt. Samuel Jackson, in this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of April 15, 1801 

POWER Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Nicholas, 
and William Blodgett, Jr., merchant. 
Journal of May 7, 1800 

Rebecca, youngest daughter of Capt. Nich- 
olas and Charles James Air, of South Caro- 
lina, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 23, 1801 

POYNTELL Sarah, daughter of William and 
Samuel Relf, one of the Editors of the 
Philadelphia Gazette, both of and at said 
town, by Rev. Bishop White. Journal ot Oct. 22, 1800 

PRATT Waterman and Mary Bardine, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Oct. 4, 1801 

PRESBY Lydia and William Seaver, Jr., at 

Taunton. Journal of May 22, 1799 

PRINCE Capt. John and Martha Derby, daughter 
of the late E. H., at Salem, Mass. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 11, 1 801 



1Q2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

Q R 

RADCLIFFE Mr. and Miss Tracy, both of 

the Island of Jamaica. Journal of July 29, i8oi 

RELF Samuel, one of the editors of the Phila- 
delphia Gazette, and Sarah Poyntel , 
daughter of William, both of and at Phil- 
adelphia, by Rev. Bishop White. Journal ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

RHODES Fenner and Mary McCann, both of ^^ ^^^^ 

this town, J T\/r • P • ' 

RICHMOND Betsey, of Dighton, and Major 

Samuel Jackson, of this town, at Dighton. ^^^^ 

Journal of r 1 r ^.u- 

ROWLAND Rev. Henry A., formerly of this 
town, and Francis Bliss, of Sprmgfield, at 
Windsor, Ct. Journal of May 14, 1800 

RUSSELL Abigail, daughter of the late Jona- 
than, and Otis Ammidown, of this town, at 
Mendon. Journal of ^ug. 28, 1799 



SAYLES Martha, daughter of Jeremiah, and 

David Wilkinson, at North Providence, by ,^, ,0^, 

Rev. Dr. Maxcy, ^ „ Sept. 27, 1801 

SEAMANS Sally, daughter of Martin, and Hez- 

ekiah Harding, in this town. Journal of Sept. 25, 799 

Rosamond and Capt. David Hicks, Dec. 15, 1799 

SEATON Christopher, Esq., of the Island ot 

Tolago, and Penelope Wentworth Butler, 

of Hinghara, formerly of Providence, at 

Trinity Church, Boston, by Rev. Mr. Par- , ,, ,0^^ 

ker. Journal of ^ June 11,1800 

SEAVER William, Jr., and Lydia Presby, at 

Taunton. Journal of May 22, 1799 

SEDGWICK Frances P., daughter of the Hon 

Theodore, late Speaker U. S. House of 

Representatives, and Ebenezer Watson, ot 

New York, merchant, at Stockbndge. ^^^ ^^^^ 

Journal 01 . ,^ , t^- 

SHEFFIELD Col. Benjamin T., of South Kings- 
town, and Mary Barker, daughter of Ehsha, 
Esq , at Middletown. Journal of L>ec. 23, loui 

SHELDON Sally, daughter of Capt. James, ot 
Cranston, and Ebenezer Jencks, merchant, 
of Georgia, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. n, I799 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES I93 

SHELDON Daniel and Ruth Mason, daughter 

of Aaron, Esq., in this town. Journal of Aug. 19, 1801 

SIMMONS Ann and Benjamin Crapon. Journal 

of Dec. 2^, 1801 

Joseph and Eliza Hawkins, daughter of Ed- 
ward, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of Dec. 23, 1801 
SLOCUM Mary, youngest daughter of the late 

John, Esq., and Capt. Elisha Smith, of 

New Bedford, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Newport. Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 

SMITH Henry, merchant, and Abby Allen, 

daughter of Capt. Zachariah, married by 

Rev, Mr. Clarke, Oct. 20, 1799 

David and Mrs. Lucy Taylor, late of Provi- 
dence, at Attleboro. Journal of Dec. 18, 1799 
Amelia, daughter of Capt. Simon, and George 
R. Burrell, Esq., attorney at law, in this 

town. Journal of Sept. 3, 1800 

Stephen and Amey Jencks, daughter of the 

late Capt. Charles, by Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, Oct. 15, 1801 
Capt. Elisha, of New Bedford, and Mary, 

youngest daughter of the late John, Esq., 

at Friends' Meeting House, Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 

SNOW Sally, daughter of the late Daniel, and 

John Charles Jenckes, married by Rev. Mr. 

Snow. Journal of Nov. 25, [801 

SOULE Sarah, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of 

this town, and George Patten, of Wood- 
stock, merchant. Journal of Nov. 19, 1800 
Mary, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of this town, 

and Philip Howard, Esq., at Woodstock. 

Journal of Dec. 9, 1801 

SPENCER Lydia and Andrew Williams, Jr. 

Journal of Sept. 16, 1801 

SPINK Samuel, of South Kingstown, and Bar- 
bara Lindley, daughter of Capt. Joshua, May 26, 1799 
STEELE Mary B., daughter of Benjamin and 

Nicholas Brown, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 22, 1801 
STEWART Jane, daughter of Archibald, and 

Robert S. Packard. Journal of Nov. 13, 1799 

STILLWELL Nicholas and Elizabeth Page, 

daughter of William. Journal of Aug. 19, 1801 

SWEETLAND Mrs. Hannah, of Hartford, and 

Joseph Hawkins, editor of the Columbian 

Phenix, of Boston, at Hartford. Journal 

of ' March 19, 1800 



294 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

T 

TALBOT Ephraim, merchant, and Sally Whip- 
ple, daughter of Samuel, in this town. 
Journal of April 9, 1800 

TARP John and Mrs. Potter, widow of 

Reuben. Journal of May 15, 1799 

TAGGART Almy, daughter of the late William, 
of William, and Isaac Eveleth, Jr. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 27, 1799 

TAYLOR Mrs. Lucy, late of Prudence, and 

David Smith, at Attleboro. Journal of Dec. 18, 1799 

Capt. Peter and Mrs. Freelove Gladding, 
widow of John W., in this town. Journal 
Qf Sept. 24, 1800 

William, merchant, and Ann Martin, daughter 
of Col. Philip, both of this town. Journal 
Qf Nov. 5, 1800 

Rebecca, daughter of the late Col. Robert, 

and Benjamin D. Greene, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Nov. 29, 1801 

TIFFANY Major Jonathan, of Warwick, and 

Nancy Pitman, daughter of Saunders, of 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 18, 1800 

TILLINGHAST Charles W., merchant, of this 

town, and Miss Carew, of Norwich. 

Journal of Jan. 29, 1800 

THOMAS Capt. Samuel, of this town, and Mary 

Metzpor, of and at Charleston, S. C. Jour- 
nal of Aug. 14, 1799 
THURBER William and Hannah Clements, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 26, 1800 

TOURTELLOT William and Lydia Eddy, both 

of and at Glocester. Journal of April 17, 1799 

TRACY Miss and Mr. Radcliffe, both 

of the Island of Jamaica. Journal of July 29, 1801 

TRUMBULL Samuel, printer, and Lucinda 

Palmer, daughter of Jonathan, Jr., Esq., at 

Stonington. Journal of July 24, 1799 

TUCKER James and Nancy Greene, at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 9, 1800 

TYLER Capt. Solomon and Lorana Mason, 

daughter of Edward, married by Rev. Dr. 

Maxcy, May 27, 180 1 

u 

ULMSTEAD I , merchant, and Miss K 



Harning, of Montgomery Co. Journal of May i 1799 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 195 

UPDIKE Daniel E., Esq., of North Kingstown, 

and Miss Arnold, daughter of Col. 

William, at East Greenwich. Journal of May 22, 1799 

V w 

WARD Henry and Mary Grimke, of Charles- 
town, S. C , married by Rev. Dr. Hitch- 
cock, Aug. 4, 1799 

WASHBURN Ann, daughter of Isaac, Esq., 
and Nathaniel Williams Crossman, mer- 
chant, at Taunton. Journal of Nov. 18, 1801 

WATERMAN Elizabeth and Samuel Morgan, in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1800 

WATSON Rev. Samuel, of Barrington, and 
Martha Bicknell, daughter of Capt. 
Thomas, of and at Attleboro. Journal of Dec. 18, 1799 

Ebenezer, of New York, merchant, and 
Frances P. Sedgwick, daughter of the 
Hon. Theodore, late Speaker U. S. House 
of Representatives, at Stockbridge. Jour- 
nal of April 2-2, 1 80 1 

WEBSTER George, one of the proprietors of 
Albany Gazette, and Rachal Bush, of 
Shefifield, Mass. Journal of April 3, 1799 

WHEATON Martha, daughter of James, and 

Samuel Eddy, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1801 

WHIPPLE Sally, daughter of Samuel, and 
Ephraim Talbot, merchant, in this town. 
Journal of April 9, 1800 

WHITE Nancy and Oliver Miller, in this town. 

Journal of Nov. 26, 1800 

WHITNEY Betsey and Royal Farnum, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 14, 1801 

WILKINSON David and Martha Sayles, daugh- 
ter of Jeremiah, at North Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Sept. 27, 1801 

Marcy, daughter of Oziel, of North Provi- 
dence, and William Wilkinson, Esq., post- 
master, of Providence, at North Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, Dec. 30, 1798 

William, Esq., postmaster of Providence, and 
Marcy Wilkinson, daughter of Oziel, of 
and at North Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Maxcy, Dec. 30, 1798 

WILLIAMS Lydia, eldest daughter of the late 
Capt. John, of Dighton, and Preston 
Clafland, of and at Attleboro. Journal of Dec. 4, 1799 

Andrew, Jr., and Lydia Spencer. Journal of Sept. 16, 1806 
Eliza and Capt. John Anthony, in this town. 
Journal of Sept. 16, 1801 



196 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

WILLIAMS Eliphalet, of Boston, merchant, 
and Malansa Williams, second daughter of • 
Capt. George, at Ray n ham. Journal of Nov 4 1801 

Malansa, second daughter of Capt. George " 

and Eliphalet Williams, of Boston, at 
Raynham. Journal of ^^v a rSr^r 

WOOD Mary and Elias Barstow, both of this ^' 

town. Journal of Sept. 24, 1800 



X Y Z 



The 



Providence Journal 



MARRIAGES 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL. 



The present series of newspapers known as the "Providence 
Journal" began with an issue on January 3, 1820, and has been 
published semi-weekly on Monday and Thursday until the present 
time. 

On July 21, 1829, the Daily Journal was established. The 
numbers of the Daily from July 21 to December 31 are not on file, 
but the file commences with January i, 1830. The file of the Semi- 
weekly in the Journal office is not complete nor is that of the His- 
torical Society, but with the aid of the two we have been enabled to 
make up a complete file from which this record has been obtained. 
The Deaths covering this period ( Jan. 3, 1820, to Dec. 31, 1829), 
were published from letters A to R in Vol. XII of this work and 
letters S to Z in Vol. XIII to which the reader is referred. 



Marriages Published from January 3, 1820, to 
December 31, 1829. 



ABBOTT Experience, of this town, and Dea. 

Thomas Greene, of Pomfret, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, 
Clarrissa, of Andover, and Rev. Ebenezer 

Poore, pastor Second Church, of Beverly, 

at Andover. Journal of 
Lieut. Joel, U. S. Navy, and Laura Wheaton, 

of late Charles, of and at Warren, by Rev. 

Mr. Welsh, 
Sabrina C. and Nathaniel F. Potter, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, 
Joseph S. and Grace S. Wiggin, daughter of 

late Major Sherbourne, at Sullivan, N. H., 

by Rev. Mr. Barstow, of Keene, N. H. 

Journal of 
ABELL Capt. Daniel Hodges, of Seekonk, and 

Mary Allen, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. 

Mr. Thompson. Journal of 
Nancy, of Capt. Caleb, of Seekonk, and 

Benajah Allen, of Rehoboth, at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Pease, 
Robert and Alseneth Staples, at Taunton, by 

Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
ABORN Eliza A., only daughter of Joseph, 

Esq., and Col. Sion A. Rhodes, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, at Pawtuxet, 
Mary B., of Capt. Lovvry, and Randall H. 

Greene, at Providence, 
Ann Louisa, of Capt. Lowry, and Christo- 
pher Vaughn Spencer, at Providence, 
Caroline Cornelia, eldest daughter of late 

Edward, and Simon Henry Greene, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Mar. 12, 1820 

March 24, 1825 

Nov. 28, 1825 
June 24, 1829 

Dec. 24, 1829 

May 19, 1823 

Nov. 7, 1824 
May 19, 1825 

April 4, 1820 

April 30, 1820 

May I, 1820 

March 13, 1822 



202 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



A BORN Mary E., of late Capt. Jonathan, and 
Dr. George W. Tyler, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 3, 

James and Sally Whitney, all of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 20, 

Harriet Maria, eldest daughter of James, and 
Amos Jenckes Rhodes, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, all of and at Providence, June 17, 

Capt. William H.,of Providence, and Harriet 
A. Remington, of Capt. Charles, of and at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtliff, 

Capt. Lowry, Jr., and Julia Ann Manchester, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of Providence, 

Rebecca W., daughter of late Capt. Jonathan, 
and Capt. Pardon Sheldon, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, all of and at Pawtuxet, 

Sally R., of Thomas, formerly of Providence, 
and Charles S. Henry, Esq., attorney at 
law, of Savannah, at Savannah, Ga., 

John Waterman and Celinda Harris Barton, 
* of David, all of Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, 

Sarah Ann, of late Edward, and Amory 
Chapm. all of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Susan P., of Providence, and Richard W. 
Jackson, merchant, of Philadelphia, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
ABRAHAMS Maria and Z. G. Whitman, Esq., 

both of Boston, 
ADAMS Rev. Jasper, professor in Brown Uni- 
versity, and Mercy D. Wheeler, at Med- 
bury, Mass., 

Rev. James, professor in Brown University, 
and Mercy D. Wheeler, at Medway, Mass. 
Journal of 

Julia, of late Major Jasper, and Horatio 
Mason, of and at Medway, by Rev. Mr. 
Bailey. Journal of 

Seth, Jr., and Harriet E. Fenner, youngest 
daughter of Capt. Arthur Fenner, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Rev. Jasper, professor of Natural Philosophy, 
Brown University, and Placidia Mayrant, 
of William, of Statesburgh, S. C, by Rev. 
Mr. Crocker, at Providence, 

Eliza and Adnah Sackett, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, at Providence, 

Dorcas and James Ford, Esq., attorney at 
law, by Rev. Mr. Reed, all of and at Fall 
River, Sept. 15, 



Jan. 27, 


1825 


Oct. 19, 


1S25 


Dec. II, 


1825 


May 31, 


1827 


June 13, 


1827 


June 13, 


1827 


Oct. I, 


1827 


July 23, 


1821 


May 26, 


1820 


Aug. 7, 


1820 


Dec. 24, 


1821 


Feb. 26, 


1823 


Sept. 4, 


1823 


May 2, 


1824 



822 
822 

823 



824 



Sept. 27, 


1824 


Dec. 22, 


1829 


Sept. 5, 


1825 


Oct. 6, 


1825 


May 6, 


1828 


April 5, 


1829 


Sept. 17, 


1829 


Dec. 2, 


1823 


Sept. 23, 


1822 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 203 



ADAMS Catharine and Edwin Crosswell, Esq., 
editor of Albany Argus, at Catskill, N. Y. 
Journal of 
Seth and Susan Olney, of Elisha, Esq., of 

and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Rev. John, of Killingly, and Mrs. Esther 

James, of Foster, at Foster, 
Rufus and Martha Moose, at Worcester. 

Journal of 
Susan, daughter of Seth, of Providence, and 
Joseph Greene, of Barnstable, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
John, of Bristol, and Ann Boyd, of and at 

Portsmouth, 
Nancy I. and William Scott, at Kingstown. 
Journal of 

ADDISON Benjamin, of Providence, and Louisa 
Clarke, of and at Holliston, by Rev. Mr. Ide, 

ADGE Rebecca C. and Hezekiah Willard, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

ADIE Harriet, only daughter of Major Alexan- 
der, and Benjamin Dyer, Jr., at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 
Julia Ann, of Providence, and George Charl- 
ton, of Bath, Me., by Rev. Mr. Gano, at 
Providence, Dec. 15, 

ADOLPHE Mme. Cecelia, of M. Godeau's Com- 
pany, and William Blanchard, Providence, July 5, 

AINSWORTH Jane, aged 52 years, deaf as a 
post, and John Clegg, aged "ji years ; been 
blind more than ten years. This is his 4th 
and her 3d marriage. In England. Jour- 
nal of • Oct. 6, 

AIKEN Mary Elizabeth, daughter of the late 
John, and James G. Brooks, editor of 
Morning Courier, of New York. Journal 
of Jan. 29, 

ALBEE Sally, of Providence, and George W. 
Hill, of Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. 
Daniel Greene, 
Amory and Amey Carpenter, at Attleboro. 
Journal of 

ALBERTSON William and Louisa Bellows, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

ALBRO Sally, of Pawtucket, and Alfred Jencks 
of Holmesbergh, Penn., at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict. Journal of 
Christopher and Hannah Barker, of P!sbon, 
at Portsmouth. Journal of 



Feb. 20, 


1823 


May 29, 


1826 


June 8, 


1828 


Nov. 9, 


1820 


Dec. 17, 


1821 



822 

823 
821 



825 



829 



204 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ALBRO Peleg, of Portsmouth, and Eliza Man- 
chester, of the late Samuel, of Middletown, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Rachal, of Coventry, and John A. Budlong, 
of Cranston, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem. Journal of 

James and Amey Ann B. Seamans, by Rev. 
Mr. Brown, all of and at Providence, 

Job, of Foster, and Susan P. Babcock, of 
Warwick. Journal of 

Mrs. Phoebe and Moses Pettey, of Westport, 
at Portsmouth. Journal of 

Harriet and Edwin Barstow, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, 

Elizabeth and William Davis, at South Kings- 
town. Journal of 

Joseph G. and Eliza Randall, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev, Mr. Phillips, 

James, Jr., and Mary Ann Spooner, daughter 
of Samuel, both of and at Newport, 
ALDEN Rev. Charles Henry, of Providence, 
and Alice B. Wight, daughter of Rev. 
Henry, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop 
Griswold, 

Almon S. and Eliza Carpenter, both of Cum- 
berland, at Valley Falls, 
ALDRICH Eliza Ann, of Richard, and Major 
Richard Burlingame, at Glocester. Jour- 
nal of 

Hannah, eldest daughter of Col. Dexter Al- 
drich, and Capt. John Dexter, all of and 
at Smithfield, by Arnold Spears, Esq. 
Journal of 

Joanna B., of Major Lyman, and Stephen 
Rawson, Esq., of Providence, of and at 
Northbridge, by Rev. Dr. Crane, 

Philadelphia, of Moses, and Willard Kendrick 
of Waterloo, N. Y., by Henry S. Mans- 
field, Esq., all of and at Smithfield, 

William and Sally Wilmarth, both of Cum- 
berland, at Woonsocket, 

Capt. Winsor and Anna Clarke, of late 
Samuel, both of and at Smithfield, by 
Judge Mann, 

Charlotte, of Northbridge, and Luther Jones 
of Leominster, of Northbridge, by Rev. 
Dr. Crane, 

Nehemiah K. and Ann Marcy Arnold, 
youngest daughter of Col. John, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtliff, all of and at Pawtuxet, 



March 17, 1822 

Aug. I, 1825 

March 16, 1826 

Oct. 26, 1826 

June 4, 1827 

Sept. 28, 1828 

Dec. 4, 1828 

Dec. 31, 1828 

July 23, 1829 

June 14, 1825 
Oct. 4; I827 

July 3, 1820 

Jan. 8. 1821 

Sept. 5, 1 82 1 

Sept. 24, 1 82 1 
Oct. 21, 1 82 1 

Jan. 5, 1822 

Aug. 28, 1822 

Dec. 22, 1822 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 205 

ALDRICH Julia Ann, of Smithfield, and Fenner 
Ballon, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by 
Rev Mr. Pickering, Oct. 23, 1823 

Alvah, of Smithfield, and Keziah Ballou, 
daughter of Zibia, of Cumberland, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 13, 1823 

George and Alice Angell, at Scituate. Jour- 
nal of Jan. 5, 1824 

Eliza and Stephen Waterman, both of Prov- 
idence, at Mendon, July 5, 1824 

Ruth K., of Caleb, and George C. Ballou, by 

Lewis Dexter, Esq , all of Smithfield, May 24, 1825 

Burrill and Miranda Ballou, at Smithfield, June 5, 1825 

David and Susan Whipple, of Col. Stephen, 

at Smithfield, July 3, 1825 

Samuel, of Smithfield, and Cynthia Winsor, 

of William, of and at Glocester, Aug. 7, 1825 

Nehemiah K. and Sarah H. Branch, by Rev. 
Mr. Tatem, all of Cranston. Journal of Sept. 12, 1825 

William S., of Dryden, N. Y., formerly of 
Providence, and Maria Catharine Cantine, 
of and at Caroline, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1826 

Laura L., of Arnold, Esq., and Earl Chace, 
of Fall River, at P'riends' Meeting House, 
Smithfield, June i, 1826 

Adelia E. V., of Jabez, of Mendon, and David 

Davenport, of Providence, at Mendon, June 25, 1826 

Arnold, of Charleston, S. C, and Lucy A, 
Aldrich, of and at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. 
Daggett. Journal of Oct. 23, 1826 

Lucy A., of Mendon, and Arnold Aldrich, of 
Charleston, S. C, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. 
Daggett. Journal of Oct. 23, 1826 

Phebe S., of Glocester, and Daniel Angell, 

of Providence, at Glocester, by Elder Ross, Jan. 10, 1827 

William L., of Providence, and Anna Jillson, 
of late Luke, of and at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 31, 1827 

Esek, Jr., and Mary Spurr Peck, of Benja- 
min, 2d, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and 
at Providence, May 9, 1827 

Celia E., of late Daniel, of Smithfield, and 
Charles C. Mowry,of Providence, at Smith- 
field, Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 27, 1827 

Amey, of Richmond, Esq., and Andrew A. 

Angell, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Stone, Sept. 3, 1827 

Mary, of Smithfield, and Daniel Smith, of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Sept. 23, 1827 

Sarah, of Seekonk, and Samuel Munroe, 
merchant, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 7, 1827 



206 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALDRICH Alcy S., of Smithfield, and Nathaniel 
Angell, of North Providence, at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, Oct. i8, 1827 

Verry, of Smithfield, and Ruth Mowry, of 

and at Scituate, Feb. 7, 1828 

Cyrene, only daughter of George, 3d, and 
Willard Randall, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., March 22, 1829 

Betsey A. and Josiah Miller, Jr., at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. Journal of April 23, 1829 
ALDRIUGE George S. and Patty Holmes, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, Dec. 24, 1822 
ALEXANDER Margaret and Elisha P"rancis, 
both of North Providence, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 20, 1828 

Ebenezer, Esq., attorney at law, of Jackson, 
Tenn., and Margaret Ann White, daughter 
of Hon Hugh L., at Washington, D. C., 
by Rev. Dr. CofiEin. Journal of Nov. 12, 1829 

Harriet and Lee Langley, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 27, 1829 

ALEXSON Phebe, of Cumberland, and Capt. 
Benjamin Rider, of Coventy, at Cumber- 
land, Jan I, 1828 
ALGER Sarah Ann, of late Preserved, of Bristol, 
and Lewis B. Pearce, of Warren, at Bris- 
tol, Sept. 3, 1826 
ALLARD Lyman A., of Providence, and Almira 
Wilbour, of Johnston, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 10, 1828 
ALLEN Dr. William Henry, of Louisburg, Ky., 
and Eliza Dodge, of Nehemiah, of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, July 18, 1820 
Dr. Isaiah and Ann F. W^illiams, at Reho- 

both, July 23, 1820 

Phebe W. and Nathan A. Arnold, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, Sept. 4, 1820 

James, of Providence, and Nancy Nightin- 
gale, of Ouincy, at Ouincy, Mass., by Rev, 
Mr. WhiTman, '^ Sept. 8, 1820 

Lodowick, of Albergance, of Brooklyn, Ct., 
andPardon Bennett, Esq., by Rev. Roswell 
Whitmore, at Killingly, Ct., Sept. 24, 1820 

Eliza and James Minard, at Attleboro. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 23, 1820 
Eliza and Richard Taylor, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 14, 182 1 

Hannah, of Little Compton, and William W, 
Underwood, of Westport, at Westport. 
Journal of May 20, 1822 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES ^07 

ALLEN Isaac B. and Maria S. Snow, all of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, June 4, 1822 

George W. and Mary Lawton, both of New- 
port. Journal of Aug. 19, 1822 
Charlotte Sterling, of Capt. Samuel, of Provi- 
dence, and George Backus, of New York, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. P2des, Sept. 2, 1822 

Elizabeth and William Henry Leonard, by 

Rev. Mr. Cobb, all of and at Taunton, Sept. 16, 1822 

Sally and Matthew Smith, both of Rehoboth. 

Journal of Feb. 6, 1823 

Elizabeth C. and William H. Lawton, by 

Seabury Lawton, Esq., of and at Reho- 
both, April 16, 1823 
Mary, of Rehoboth, and Capt. Daniel 

Hodges Abell, of Seekonk, at Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Thompson. Journal of May 19, 1823 

Mrs. Mary, aged 85 years, and grandmother 

of late Lieut. Allen, U. S. N., and Deacon 

Daniel Jewell, aged 82 years. She is his 

4th wife, at Westerly, N. Y. Journal of May 22, 1823 

Mrs. Almira and Samuel G. Wheeler, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, June 4, 1823 

Benjamin and P'rances Hickes, by Rev. Mr. 

Pldes, all of and at Providence, Sept. 16, 1823 

William and Lucinda Coggeshall, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, at Pawtucket, Nov. 30, 1823 

Jabez A., of Brooklyn, and Sarah Bacon, at 

Killingly, Ct. Journal of Dec. 11, 1823 

Mary G., daughter of John, Esq., deceased, 

and Christopher Arnold, of Warwick, at 

North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Jan. 8, 1824 

Sophia, of Providence, and Robert Hall, of 

Boston, April 25, 1824 

Rev. Reuben, of Seekonk, and Phebe 

Leonard, of Ichabod, Esq., of and at 

Taunton, May 5, 1824 

Banajah, of Rehoboth, and Nancy Abell, of 

Capt. Caleb, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Pease, Nov. 7, 1824 

Mary Ann, of Samuel, Esq., and Ephraim 

Bowen, by Rev. Mr. Barney, all of and at 

Seekonk, Oct. 19, 1825 

Sophia and Joseph E. Arnold, both of War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 23, 1825 
James W. and Harriet Walden, at Newport. 

Journal of Oct. 24, 1825 

Ardelia, of Seekonk, and Dr. Hervey Ar- 

mington, of Providence, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney, Dec. 29, 1825 



208 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALLEN Mary Ann, of late Philip, and Clarke 

Crandall, at Newport. Journal of July lo, 1826 

Harriet Sterling, of late Capt. Samuel, of 

Providence, and Andrew Backus, Esq., 

attorney at law, at Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. 

Porter. Journal of Aug. 3, 1826 

Waitey, of Walter, Esq , and Otis Bartlett, 

at F"riends' House, Smithfield, Sept. 7, 1826 

Benjamin and Eliza Congdon, by Rev. Mr. 

Allen, at North Kmgstown, Oct. 10, 1826 

Susan and Paul Wheelock, at Centreville, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 12, 1826 

Mary Ann, of Newport, and Edward Snow, 

of Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Gammell, April 8, 1827 

Theodore T. and Nancy Hall, at Duxbury. 

Journal of April 16, 1827 

Darius C, formerly of Providence, and Eliza 

A. Slover, of Newburn, N. C., at said 

Newburn, May i, 1827 

Jane and Charles Bunker, at Edgartown. 

Journal of May 7, 1827 

James and Abigail Leonard, of Capt. Lemuel, 

at Taunton, June 21, 1827 

William P., of Pawtucket, and Almira Peck, 

of Isaac, of Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, July 9, 1827 

Nancy, of Providence, and James Benchley, 

of Grafton, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Aug. 8, 1827 

Samuel and Maria Miller, both of Smithfield, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Sept. 9, 1827 

Louisa, daughter of late Capt. Samuel P., of 

Providence, and Joseph I3icknell, of Bar- 

rington, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Dec. 5, 1827 

George N., formerly of Providence, and 

Ann Augusta Thornton, daughter of 

William, Esq., at New York. Journal of Dec. 24, 1827 

Nelson, of New Bedford, and Luriana P. 

Chase, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Gano, Jan. 13, 1828 

Jeremiah B. and Julia M. Rawson, at Bar- 

rington, by Rev. Mr. Patrick, Jan. 21, 1828 

Mary, of Newport, and Capt. James G. 

Bowen, of Fall River, bv Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Jan. 29, 1828 
Col. Erastus P. and Hannah Newman, both 

of and at Newport. Journal of March 17, 1828 

Harriet D., daughter of Samuel D., of North 

Kingstown, and John H. Gardiner, of 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 209 

ALLEN: 

Jamestown, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 

Mr. Northup, March 17, 1828 

WiUiam and Mary Thompson, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 20, 1828 

William, of Pawtucket, and Phebe E. 

Rhodes, of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtleff, April 27, 1828 

Samuel and Betsey Whitford, at East 

Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Wood, May i, 1828 

George W., of Boston, and Martha D. 

Marshall, of Providence, at Providence, 
>.by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Sept 28 1828 

William R. and Eliza Chace, at Central 

r f^"^'. ^ . Oct. 5, 1828 

John, of ScitLiate, and H Grossman, 

of Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 29 1828 

George S., of Providence, and Phebe How- 
land, at Troy, Nov. 23, 1828 
Betsey, of Bristol, and John Simmons, tailor, 

of Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr 

Benedict, ' Nov. 30, 1828 

Alexander and Europa Burke, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr Wilson, Jan. i, 1829 

Rebecca, of South Kingstown, and Albert 

Burdick, of Charlestown, at Jamestown, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of Jan 26, 1829 

Samuel, of Centreville, N. Y., and Mary 

Hartshorn, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, April 20, 1829 

Sylvia G., daughter of late James, and 

George Howland, Jr., at Friends' Meeting 

House, Providence, April 30, 1829 

Harvey B. and Mary M. GifTord, of West- 
port, at Dartmouth. Journal of July 23 1829 
Eliza Ann and John B. Tallman, both of 

and at Fall River, Sept. 28, 1829 

Amey and John Sisson, both of Middletown, 

at Newport, Oct. 11, 1829 

Caroline H. and Thomas Crapon, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, Nov. 21, 1829 

Cheney B.and Annzanza Amanda Windship, 

daughter of late Abel, at Boston. Journal 

^^ Dec. 24, 1829 

ALLMAN James and Clarrissa Lockraine, both 

of and at Newport, Dec. 4. 1828 

ALLSBORO Eleanor D., of Portsmouth, and 

Benjamin Weaver, Esq., at Freetown. 

Journal of July 15 ^§24 



210 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALMY Emeline, of late Samuel, and Richard B. 
Mumford, all of and at Newport. Journal 
of July 29, 1822 

Patience, of late Samuel, of Newport, and 

Borden Tallman, at Middletown, Jan. 29, 1823 

Ann, only daughter of William, and William 
Jenkins, by Friends' Ceremony, at Crans- 
ton Meeting House, July 17, 1823 

Sarah M., daughter of Capt. Samuel, of New- 
port, and Capt. George Howland, of Provi- 
dence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Aug. 3, 1823 

Capt. William and Jemima Greene, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, P^eb. 10, 1824 

Sarah, of Capt. Job, late of Tiverton, and 
Capt. Samuel Brownell, of Westport, by 
Rev. Mr. Peckham. Journal of Nov. 4, 1824 

Myra M. I., of New Bedford, and David M. 
Robertson, Esq., of New York. Journal 
of Jan 24, 1825 

William E. and Lavina C. Champlin, of late 

Capt. Oliver, at Newport. Journal of Oct. 30, 1826 

Frederick and Harriet Seabury, of Cornelius, 

Esq., at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Dec. 3, 1826 

Job, of Portsmouth, and Susan Manchester, 

of Newport. Journal of April 2, 1827 

Rosina P., of Charleston, S. C, and William 

Perry, of Newport, at Charleston, Oct. 30, 1828 

ALVERSON Mary Ann, of Smithfield, and 
Nelson Taft, of Cumberland, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Sept. 25, 1828 
ALTON Lucy and Elihu Morse, Jr., at Wood- 
stock, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Nichols, Oct. 19, 1822 
ALLTON Daniel, of Thompson, Ct., and Nancy 

White, formerly of Uxbridge, at Thompson, Nov. 21, 1822 
AMES Susan B., of Asa, and Isaac Arnold, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 16, 1821 

Robert N., of Providence, and Maria Max- 
well Sisson, of Freeborn, Esq., of and at 
Warren, by Bishop Griswold, May 26, 1822 

Israel, of Boston, and Mrs. Maria Eliza Calla- 

more, at Providence, July 7, 1824 

Simeon and Betsey Gillmore, at Sterling, Ct., April 17, 1826 

Curtis, of Preston, Ct., and Maria Potter, of 
Henry, of Warwick, at Voluntown, by Rev. 
Mr. Fuller. Journal of April 23, 1827 

Rebecca B., daughter of Asa, Esq., and 
Dr. Joseph Warren Fearing, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 17, 1828 



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AMESRURY Atala, of Jabez, Esq., and George 

Weatherhead, all of and at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Osborne, Oct. 21, 1822 

Ann Eliza, of Jabez, Esq., and Leonard 

Ballou, at Cumberland, by Rev, Mr. Potter, Nov. 6, 1822 

Daniel S. and Mrs. Elizabeth Gray, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, all of and at Providence, Dec. 10, 1822 

Ann P., of Israel, and Timothy S. Wood, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, all of and at Providence, Nov. 5, 1823 

Cynthia and William West, Jr., both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, June 15, 1829 

Emily S. and Gilman Stone, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Nov. 3, 1829 

AMMIDON Hannah, youngest daughter of Lu- 
ther, and William Beecher, at Southbridge. 

Journal of P'eb. 22, 1827 

AMORY Harriet Bowen, of Thomas, Esq., of 

Boston, and Robert Hale Ives, of Provi- 
dence, at Roxbury, by Rev. Alonzo Potter, Oct. 3, 1827 
ANDERSON Elbert J., of New York, and Mar- 
tha Maria Ellery, of New Orleans, eldest 

daughter of the late Abraham Redwood 

Ellery, Esq., of Newport, at Newport, by 

Rev. Dr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825 

Mrs. Ann and Hiram W. Chace, by Rev. 

Mr. Webb, all of and at Providence, May 18, 1826 

ANDREWS Thomas and Anna Sheldon, eldest 

daughter of Rev. Mr. Sheldon, at Smith- 
field, Jan. 23, 1820 
Frederick and Nancy Capron, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 8, 1820 

Isaac and Mary Tucker, both of Smithfield, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct. 14, 1821 

Joseph A., of Glocester, and Ruth Mosher, 

of Caleb, of and at Providence, by the Rev 

Mr. Mace, Aug. 18, 1S22, and Journal of Aug. 26, 1822 

George, of Cheraw, S. C, and Cornelia 

Augusta Lippitt, youngest daughter of 

Charles, Esq., of Providence, at St. John's 

Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. i, 1822 

Ray G. and Anna Eldredge, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Oct. 6, 1822 

Henry Perkins, Esq., of Boston, and Caroline 

Frances Manners, of George, Esq., British 

Consul for Massachusetts, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Journal of May 29, 1823 

Samuel, of Taunton, and Lydia Hathaway, 

at Freetown. Journal of Dec. 8, 1823 

William and Carolina Tefft, of the late Capt. 

Obadiah, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 11, 1824 



212 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ANDREWS James and Sally Mowry, of Seth, 

by Lewis Dexter, Esq., all of Smithfield, May 26, 1825 

Capt. Jeremiah E. and Mary Ann Somerby, 

at Newburyport, Mass. Journal of Oct. 10, 1825 

Stephen H. and Mary Ann Steere, of 

Robert, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Ross, Jan. 24, 1827 

John A. and Melinda Dresser, by H. S. 
Mansfield, Esq., all of and at Slatersville. 
Journal of April 26, 1827 

Eliza and Richard M. Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 11, 1827 

George, comedian, Boston theatre, and 
Dorcas Woodward, of and at Boston. Jour- 
nal of Sept. 18, 1828 

Mary S. and Warren S. Greene, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 12, 1829 

Amelia, daughter of late David, of Dighton, 
and Benjamin Dyer, Jr., of Providence, at 
the Beneficent Congregational Church, 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 22, 1829 

Eunice, of Nantucket, and Reuben W. 
Chapin, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Phillips, Sept. 2, 1829 

Job, of Providence, and Abigail Crocker, of 

and at Barnstable. Journal of Nov. 19, i 829 

Merrett and Roby Stafford, both of Coventry, 

at Coventry. Journal of Nov. 23, 1820 

ANDROS Thomas and Sally Nichols, at P'ree- 

town. Journal of April 3, 1826 

ANDRUS Dr. Joseph, of Roxbury, and Eunice 

Everett, at New London. Journal of Aug. 31, 1829 

ANGELL Christopher and Lydia Benchley, 
youngest daughter of Arnold, all of Smith- 
field, at Smithfield, by Samuel Mann, Esq. 
Journal of June 5, 1820 

Fenner and Amey Johnson, of North Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict. Journal of Nov. 9, 1820 

Robert and Eliza Gray, both of Providence, 

at Providence, Dec. 17, 1820 

Richard and Miss Ellen Randall, daughter 

of Job, at Scituate, by Elder Stone, May 27, 1821 

William, of North Providence, and Mrs. Har- 
riet C. Heaton, of Smithfield, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Park, Jan. i, 1822 

Mehitable W., of Col. Israel, and William B. 
Wilkinson, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, 
by Judge Mann, Jan. 5, 1822 

Thomas, of Plainfield, Ct., and Mary Whip- 
ple, eldest daughter of Col. Stephen, of 
and at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Nov. 3, 1822 



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ANGELL Asha, of Thomas, and Daniel Farnum, 

all of and at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Jan. i, 1823 

Deborah, of Olney, of Johnston, and Edwin 

Capron, of Smithfield, at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague. Journal of Jan. 9, 1823 

Alice and George Aldrich, at Scituate. Jour- 
nal of Jan. 5, 1824 
Ezekiel, of Smithfield, and Julia Salisbury, 

eldest daughter of Abel, Esq , at Scituate. 

Journal of April 22, 1824 

Almira E., of Benjamin, and Christopher 

Wickson, of Providence, of and at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Branch, Aug. 12, 1824 

Job, 2d, and Sarah J. Cleveland, eldest 

daughter of Cyrus, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 27, 1824 
Amey, of late Thomas, of Smithfield, and 

John F. Smith, of North Providence, at 

Smithfield, Dec. 8, 1824 

William H.and Mary Mowry, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, Sept. 22, 1825 

Mela Ann, of John, of Smithfield, and Joseph 

Bowen, of Glocester by Rev. Mr. White. 

Journal of Oct. 20, 1825 

Mary, youngest daughter of Jonathan, and 

Lewis Dexter, Escj., all of and at Smithfield, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. i, 1825 

Tabitha, of Joshua, of Scituate, and Andrew 

Mathewson, of Glocester, at Scituate, by 

Rev. Mr. Knight, Dec. 13, 1825 

Asael and Sally Angell, of Thomas, by Lewis 

Dexter, Esq., all of and at Smithfield, Jan. 26, 1826 

Sally, of Thomas, and Asael Angell, by 

Lewis Dexter, Esq., all of and at Smith- 
field, Jan. 26, 1826 
Nathaniel and Asha Smith, eldest daughter 

of Daniel, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, all of and 

at North Providence, April 9, 1826 

John, 3d, of Smithfield, and Abigail Corn- 
stock, of and at North Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney, Aug. 13, 1826 

Jonathan S. and Amey A. Harris, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1826 
Elisha O. and Ruth Richardson, both of 

North Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney, Oct. 4, 1826 

Anna, of Johnston, and Thomas Angell, of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Nov. [8, 1826 

Thomas, of Providence, and Anna Angell, of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Nov. 18, 1826 



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214 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ANGELL Susan Ann B, eldest daughter of 

Thomas, of Scituate, and Burton Sarle, 

formerly of Cranston, at Scituate, Jan. i, 1827 

Daniel of Providence, and Phebe S. Aldrich, 

of and at Glocester, by Elder Ross, Jan. 10, 1827 

Mrs. Olive, widow of Hon. Charles, and 

Elihu Fiske, Esq., by Rev. Mr, Stone, at 

Scituate, March 15, 1827 

Amanda, eldest daughter of James, of North 

Providence, and Jervis J. Smith, M. D., 

of Burrillviile, at North Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Cheney, 
Mercy and Morris Child, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, all of and at Providence, 
Andrew A. and Amey Aldrich, of Richmond, 

P2sq., at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Stone, 
Ruth and George Clinton Simmons, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Lucy and Col. Israel Phillips, both of Scit- 
uate, at Killingly, by John Dixon, Esq., 
Nathaniel, of North Providence, and Alcy 

S. Aldrich, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney, Oct. 18. 1827 

Ann Mann, of Nicholas, and Alfred S. Bowen, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Dec. 10, 1827 

Mrs. Nancy and Rufus Robinson, P2sq., both 

of and at Douglas, Mass., Aug. 5, 1828 

Joanna M., daughter of late Ezekiel, Esq., 

of Smithfield, and Henjamin B. Wood, of 

Providence, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, Oct. 28, 1828 

Nancy and Pardon Tillinghast, both of Cov- 
entry, by Rev. Mr, Burlingame, Dec. 24, 1828 
Caroline M. and Arnold Carpenter, both of 

and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, 

Journal of Feb. 26, 1829 

Deborah B., daughter of Fenner, and George 

Cleveland, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 2, 1829 

Col. John and Ruth Mowry, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., July 19, 1829 

ANGIER Frances and Edwin Harding, 2t Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Oct. 25, 1828 
ANNIS Mrs. Elizabeth, of Providence, and 

William Murray, of Baltimore, at Provi- 
dence Feb. 19 1822 
ANTHONY Samuel and Mary Brownell, at 

Newport, Jan. 26, 1820 

Clarrissa, of John, and John McCurrie, Esq., 

at Portsmouth, by Thomas Corey, Esq., Jan. 27, 1820 



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215 



ANTHONY Mary, of Abraham, and William T. 
Potter, at Friends' House, Portsmouth. 
Journal of 

Giles and Miss Sarah R. Greene, of Thomas 
W., both of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr, 
Littlefield. Journal of 

Daniel C., of Wellington, Mass., and Ange- 
lina Martin, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Tay- 
lor. Journal of 

Martha L. and John Gibbs, of and at Som- 
erset. Journal of 

George W., of Somerset, and Eunice G. Buf- 
fington, of and at Swanzey, by John Mason, 
Esq., 

Stephen and Eliza S. Durfee, of James, at 
Portsmouth. Journal of 

Mary, of David, Esq., and William S. Gray, 
both of and at Somerset. Journal of 

Adam, of Portsmouth, and Sarah Scott, of 
North Providence. Journal of 

Rhoda, of Peckham, and Richard C. Sisson, 
all of Middletown, at Newport, 

Mary C. , of Richard, of North Providence, 
and Luther Carpenter, of Seekonk, at 
North Providence. Journal of 

Silvesta, of Peckham, and Thomas C. Wyatt, 
all of Middletown. Journal of 

Betsey, and Ebenezer Gooding, of Welling- 
ton, Mass., at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, 

Sarah, of William, Esq., and Joseph B. Fish, 
all of Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy, 

Harriet A., of Providence, and John L. John- 
son, of Dorchester, at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 

Henry, of Providence, and Charlotte Benson, 
of George, of and at Brooklyn, Ct. Jour- 
nal of 

Jeremiah W. and Thankful B. Kelley, both- 
of Pawtucket, at Dighton, by Israel An 
thony, Esq., 

Betsey A., of Richard, Esq., of North 
Providence, and Thomas Lewis, of Cum- 
berland, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, 

David R. and Rebecca Humes, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Mahala and Charles Church, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 



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Dec. 10, 1821 
Oct. 28, 1822 

Jan. 2, 1823 

July 10, 1823 

Sept. I, 1823 

Sept. 25, 1823 

Sept. 5, 1824 

Dec. 2, 1824 

March 21, 1825 

Nov. 6, 1825 

Jan. 5, 1826 

Aug. 31, 1826 

Oct. 26, 1826 

Feb, 10, 1828 

March 18, 1828 

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ANTHONY George and Margaret Hathaway, 
daughter of late George, both of Mid- 
dletown, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Portsmouth, May 13, 

APLIN William, Esq., and Mary Stephens Page, 
both of Providence, at St. John's Church, 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Nov. 19, 

Lydia G., of Providence, and William 

Peirce, of Little Compton, April 30, 

Stephen, Jr., and Elizabeth Bosworth, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, Dec. 19, 

ARCHER James H. and Jennie Bowen, of late 
Abraham, of Fall River, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 19, 

ARMINGTON Alphonso and Betsey Stafford, 
both of and at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, March 31, 

Martha Davis, of Seekonk, and Rev. John 
P. Turner, of Woodstock, Ct., at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Pease, April 24, 

Mary and James Burroughs, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, all of Providence, May 22, 

Elmira, of Seekonk, and John Sanger, of 
Woodstock, Ct., at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pease, Nov. 24, 

Dr. Hervey, of Providence, and Ardelia 
Allen, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Barney, Dec. 29, 

Betsey J., of late Capt. Walker, and Thomas 
Medbury, by Rev. Mr. Barney, all of and 
at Seekonk, June 18, 

Pardon H., of Providence, and Mary H. 
Burce, of Cumberland, at Providence, by 
the Rev. Dr. Gano, April 19, 

Pardon H., of Providence, and Mary H. 

Burce, of Cumberland, April 26, 

James -and Levina Studley, at Pawtucket. 

Journal of April 21, 

Almira A. and Robert G. Lewis, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Jan. i, 
ARMSTRONG Phebe, daughter of George, and 

John Wilbour, at Newport. Journal of July 5, 

Scott C. and Ruth B. Kimball, youngest 
daughter of Amhurst, at Chepachet, by 
Rev. Mr. Hunt, Feb. 17, 

Mary and Jonathan T. Burdict, at Newport. 

Journal of March 5, 

Elijah, of Smithfield, and Phebe Pray, of 

Peter, at Glocester, May 25, 



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ARMSTRONG Nancy J., of Norwich, Ct., and 

Christopher Brown, of Pawtucket, at 

Providence, by Stephen Ikanch, P^sq., Aug. 31, 1828 

H'enry and Mahala Thornton, both of and at 

P'^all River, by Rev. Mr. Ewers, Sept. 10, 1829 

ARNOLD William U. and Phebe Ann Low, of 

Capt. Samuel, at Warwick. Journal of March 13, 1820 

John B. and Hannah R. Hazard, both of 

Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. May 7, 1820 

Nathan A. and Phebe W. Allen, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, Sept. 4, 1820 

Rebecca and Job Manchester, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Sept. 6, 1820 

William W.,of Warwick, and Dorcas S. Page, 

of Stephen, of Glocester, at Glocester, Nov. 21, 1820 

Joseph (S. C.) of Warwick, and Mrs. Mary 

Coiner, of Sterling, Ct., at Sterling, Dec. 12, 1820 

Mary G., eldest daughter of late Hon. Thomas, 

and Capt. Benjamin R. Greene, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. Journal of Dec. 14, 1820 
Mary, of Uxbridge, and Willard Sayles, of 

Smithfield, at U.xbridge, April 26, 1821 

Sarah, youngest daughter of William, Esq., 

and Thomas Catler, of Killingly, Ct. 

Journal of May 14, 1821 

Jeremiah Olney and Miss Lovey Ross, both 

of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft. Journal of July 9, 1821 

Isaac and Miss Susan B. Ames, of Asa, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 16, 1S21 

Welcome and Rebecca Eldredge. both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Daniel Greene, Dec. 16, 182 1 

Andrew, of Warwick, and Mercy Ann Rem- 
ington, of Daniel, late of Coventry, at Cov- 
entry, Dec. 23, 1821 
Betsey G., second daughter of Hon. Thomas, 

of Warwick, and Christopher A. Whitman, 

Esq., of Coventry, at W^arwick, by the Rev. 

Mr. Manchester, Jan. 20, 1822 

Simeon, of Warwick, and Zerviah Waterman, 

eldest daughter of Dr. Georo:e, of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Feb. 21, 1822 

Mary Ann, third daughter of Ephraim, Esq., 

of Warwick, and Joseph S. Budlong, of 

Cranston, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field, Aug. 18, 1822 
Mary Ann and Benjamin M. Cole, by Rev. 

Mr. Smith, all of Warwick, Oct. 20, 1822 

David R. and Sarah A. Carder, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 3, 1822 



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ARNOLD Welcome and Amey B. Whipple, of 

Thomas, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, 
Mrs. Adelina A., and Hlice Follett, by Jabez 

Amesbury, Esq., all of and at Cumberland, 
William R., of Providence, and Amey G. 

Briggs, of William, of and at Pavvtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtliff, 
Ann Marcy, youngest daughter of Col. John, 

and Nehemiah K. Aldrich, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtliff, all of and at Pawtuxet, 
VashtiS., of Israel, and P.leazer Whipple, at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Alvin, of Warwick, and Susan Budlong, 

youngest daughter of Samuel, of and at 

Cranston. Journal of 
Abigail and Nicholas Gardiner, bv Rev. Mr, 

Palmer, all of and at Exeter, 
Mary P. and James Westcott, by Rev. Mr. 

Merritt, all of and at Providence, 
Richard James, Esq., of Providence, and Lou- 
isa Caroline Gindrat, of Savannah, at Bos- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Lowell, 
Capt. William and Amey Ann TilUnghast, 

daughter of Capt. Joseph, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Stephen, of Savannah, Ga., and Sarah Ann 

Greene, of Capt. James, of Warwick. 

Journal of 
Samuel, Esq., and Sophia Barnes, daughter 

of late Gen. David L., both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Benjamin, Jr., of Plainfield, and Thirza Whit- 
ford, of Asa, of and at Sterling, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Frink, 
Christopher, of Warwick, and Mary G. Allen, 

daughter of John, Esq., deceased, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 
Anna, of Cumberland, and Welcome Hussey, 

of Mendon, at Cumberland, by William 

Whipple, P^sq., 
Lucy A. and Henry Remington, Esq., at 

Apponaug. Journal of 
Daniel P., of Ashford, Ct.. and Hannah H. 

Lippitt, of Moses, of and at Killmgly, by 

Rev. Mr. F'owler, 
Catharine R., of Providence, and Horace 

N. Williams, of P^airfield, N. Y., at New 

York, 



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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 219 

ARNOLD James B., of Warwick, and Lucia 
Page, of Stephen, of and at Glocester, by 
Rev. Mr White, Dec. 9, 1824 

Capt. Samuel and Ann Eliza Carr, youngest 
daughter of Capt. John, of Warren, at 
Pavvtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, April 24, 1825 

David and Robey Dean, at Taunton. Journal 
of June 30, 1825 

Christopher and Clarrissa Randall, both of 

Providence, at New York. Journal of July 14, 1825 

Ann and William Snow, of Warwick, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 26, 1825 

William and Mrs. Lydia Earle, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Cutter, Aug. 14, 1825 

Hannah, only daughter of Russell, of War- 
wick, and Capt. Zachariah R. Tucker, of 
Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 5, 1825 

Thomas Jefferson, of Smithfieled, and Lucy 
Lyon, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing. Oct. 9, 1825 

Joseph E. and Sophia Allen, both of War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 23, 1825 

John P. and Honor Williams, both of Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 30, 1825 

Col. John W. and Eliza Harris, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtleff, all of Pawtuxet, ' Oct. 30, 1825 

Emory C, of Cumberland, and Abigail 

Williams, of and at Eurrillville, Nov. 6, 1825 

Emory C, of Cumberland, and Abigail 

VVilliams, of and at Burnllville, Nov. 8, 1825 

Lydia, of Warwick, and John Higgins, of 

North Providence, at Warwick, Nov. 13, 1825 

Eliza, of Philip, of Johnston, and Col. Isaac 
Mathewson, of Providence, at Johnston, 

^ by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 4, 1825 

Sally Ann, of Sion, of Coventry, and Henry 
A. Remington, of Cranston, at Coventry, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 22, 1825 

Col. John and Mrs. Phebe Greene, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, March i, 1826 

William, of Cranston, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Mary Daniels, youngest daughter of Luke, 
late of Smithfield, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, April 9, 1826 

p:iizabeth and Philip Tillinghast, both of 

P2xeter, at North Kingstown, May 4, 1826 

James, Esq., and Waitey Handy, both of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Aug. 14, 1826 



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ARNOLD James, Esq., and Waitey Handy, 
both of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by 
Thomas Mann, Esq. Journal of 

Amey G., of Warwick, and Isaac B. Ayles- 
worth, of Coventry. Journal of 

Anna Selina, daughter of late Col. Solomon, 
and Charles Tyng, of Nevvburyport, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mrs. Maria, of Providence, and Stephen 
Arnold, Esq., of Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Stephen, Esq., of Scituate, and Mrs. Maria 
Arnold, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Joseph, of North Kingstown, and Ruth 
Fry, of Thomas, of and at East Greenwich. 
Journal of 

Lydia W., of Thomas, of Warwick, and 
Charles Morse, Jr., of Coventry, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 

Lucy, of Providence, and Henry A. Pack- 
ard, of Amherst, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Gano, 

Franklin M. and Joanna S. Spaulding, both 
of Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Kent, at 
Providence, 

Priscilla C. and Sylvester G. Sherman, of 
North Kingstown, at P2ast Greenwich, 

Waite and Thomas Lippitt, both of and at 
Warwick, by Christopher Spencer, Esq., 

Amos and Lucy Darling, both of Cumber- 
land, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 
Esq., 

Nathan and Harriet Webb, of Cumberland, 
at Valley Falls, 

Mrs. Avis, of North Kmgstown, and Sam- 
uel W. Wethby, of Providence, at North 
Kingstown. Journal of 

Oliver, of Troy, N. Y., and Sarah Hadwen, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Samuel, of Providence, and Margaret Lyman, 
of Hon. Daniel, of and at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Abby C, of Cumberland, and Lyman Read, 
of North Providence, at Smithfield, 

Nicholas and Lydia Ann W. Bennett, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Caleb, at Natick, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, 

Maria and Whitman Chamberlain, both of 
Woodstock, at Thompson, Ct. Journal of 

Lydia Tillinghast and Duke Ransom, both 
of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 



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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 21^1 

ARNOLD George C, of Rhode Island, and 

Charlotte Craft, of and at Middlesex, 

Yates Co., N. Y. Journal of Feb. ii, 1828 

Sarah and Thomas Holden, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. IVIanchester. Journal of Feb. 11, 1828 

Emma and Moses Morse, at Smithfield. by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., Feb. 24, 1828 

Hannah and Moses H. Wood, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Dane, Sept. 7, 1828 

Joseph and Abigail H. Lechaw, both of 

North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Dec. 15, 1828 

Jacob and Ann W. Moulton, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wallen, Jan. i, 1829 

John H., of Taunton, and l^etsey Keith, of 

Troy, Mass., at Swanzea, by Mason Barney, 

Esq., June 7, 1829 

Augustus and Jane Boardman Fletcher, 

third daughter of Thomas, Esq., both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 22, 1829 

Eliza H., of Providence, and William Mun- 

day, of Fail River, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Oct. 25 1829 

ARONIANS Terrence, of Providence, and 

Celia jenison, of Cranston, April 8, 1827 

ASHBURNER Adam, of Philadelphia, and 

Mary Folger Grieve, 5th daughter of 

David, of Providence, at Philadelphia, by 

Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 10, 1822 

ASHLEY Aseneth, of Samuel, of Hampton, 

Ct., and George Mason, of Providence. 

Journal of Dec. 25, 1820 

ASH TON Samuel 11 and Freelove Brown, of 

Joseph, of Smithfield, at Providence, July 27, 1820 

ASTOR Magdalene, eldest daughter of John 

Jacob Astor, and John Bristed, Esq., at 

New York, by Rev. Bishop Hobart. 

Journal of March 13, 1820 

ATHERTON Elijah, Esq., and Harriet Drake, 

daughter of Gen. Crane, at Canton. Jour- 
nal of March 31, 1825 
ATHHEARN Cyrus, of Buffalo, N. Y., and 

Lydia Stetson, of Boston, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 27, 1826 

ATKINS Mary, only daughter of Rev. Elisha, 

and Thomas F. Carpenter, Esq., of Provi- 
dence, at Killingly, June 10, 1823 
ATKINSON Mary T., of New Kent, Va., and 

George Merriam, of Richmond, Va., form- 
erly of Dedham, Mass., P"eb. i, 1821 



222 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ATKINSON Gen. H , U. S. Army, and 

Mary Ann Bullett, at Louisville, Ky. Jour- 
nal of Feb. 9, 1826 

James, Esq., senior editor of the Rhode 
Island Republican, and Elizabeth W. 
Marsh, of John, at Newport, April 6, 1826 

ATWELL Samuel Young, Esq., attorney at 
law, and Miss Lydia S. Stillwill, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 31, 1820 

Caroline, of Col. Amos, of Providence, and 
Calvin W. Howe, of New York, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 30, 1825 

George P., formerly of Providence, and Mary 
E. Castagnon, of Charleston, S. C, at 
New York. Journal of Sept. 22, 1828 

Eliza Searle, of Providence, and Gustavus A. 
DeWitt, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Aug. 25, 1829 

ATWOOD John and Abby Newell, both of Prov- 
idence, at Providence, by William James, 
Esq., July 2, 1820 

David, of Scituate, and Miss Amey Kelton, 
daughter of Harris, of Johnston, at Johns- 
ton. Journal of March 26, 1821 

Almira and Sterry Baker, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 10, 1822 

Joanna S., of Providence, and Isaac Wash- 
burn, Jr., merchant, of Taunton, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 28, 1822 

George Bowers and Eliza Pales Baylies, at 

Taunton, Oct. 23, 1822 

Martha L. and John H. Bowen, at Taunton. 

Journal of June 16, 1825 

Ann Eliza, 3d daughter of Anthony, of 
Johnston, and John M. Rathbone, of Con- 
necticut, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. 
Journal of Aug. 23, 1824 

Mary, of Sylvester, of Wellington, Mass., 
and Ward Cowing, Jr., of Cheraw, S. C, 
by Rev. Mr. Gushee. Journal of Oct. 13, 1825 

Harriet and William A. Tyler, both of and 
at Warwick. Journal of May 24, 1827 

David, of Warwick, and Sarah Gorton, of 
Cranston, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Oct. 12, 1828 
AUCHMUTY Isabella, youngest daughter of 
Robert N., formerly of Newport, and 
Capt. Robert H. Harrison, U. S. A., at 
Port Pike, Sackett's Harbor, April 23, 1820 
AUSTIN George, of Lynn, Mass., and Miss 

Betsey R. Chace, of Richard, of Swanzey, May 27, 1821 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 223 

AUSTIN Merebah and John D. Handley, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at Providence, April 13, 1823 

Edward and Sarah H. Austin, of Edward, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Aug. 8, 1824 

Sarah H , of Edward, and Edward Austin, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Aug. 8, 1824 

Nancy M. and Aaron Dean, at Taunton. 

Journal of March 27, 1826 

Edward and Eliza P. Castoff, of late John, 

at Newport. Journal of Oct. 30, 1826 

AVERELL Lucy, of Pomfret, Ct., and Samuel 

Henry, of Otsego Co., N. Y., at Pomfret, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Porter, Oct. 9, 1821 

Lucretia, of Pomfret, and Godfrey Brown, of 

I^rooklyn, Ct., at Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. 

Porter. Journal of April 14, 1823 

AVERY David, Jr., of Windham, and Ruby Fill- 
more of Rev. Amaziah, at Franklin, Ct. 

Journal of Feb. 5, 1824 

Sally I., of Scituate, and Edward C. Briggs, 

at Warwick. Journal of May 24, 1827 

Eliza, of Montgomery, Mass., and Peleg A. 

Rhodes, of Providence, at Montgomery, 

Mass., Oct. 18, 1827 

AYLESWORTH Abby, of John, and Col. Reu- 
ben Hammond, by Peleg Place, Esq., at 

Foster, April 24, 1825 

Isaac B., of Coventry, and Amey G. Arnold, 

of Warwick. Journal of Oct. 26, 1826 

B 

BABBITT Ann S. and Oliver Barney, Jr., both 

of and at Taunton. Journal of July 29, 1822 

Sally, of Charles, and Ichabod Bosworth, at 

Taunton, July 4, 1824 

James, of Wellington, and Mary H. Wood- 
ward, of Taunton, daughter of Solomon, 

at Taunton, Nov. 11, 1824 

Jacob, Jr., and Abby Eliza Briggs, only 

daughter of Lemuel W., Esq., by Rev, 

Bishop Griswold, all of and at Bristol, Oct. 7, 1826 

Bathsheba and Robert Goff, at Taunton, July i, 1827 

BABCOCK Sarah Ann and John Chambers, 

both of Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 7, 1820 

Rev. Rufus, Jr., of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 

and Olive Bicknell Smith, of Nathaniel, 

Esq., at Barrington, May ii, 1824 



224 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BABCOCK Mary, of Amellasburg, U. C, and 

John Russell, formerly of Providence, Dec. 26, 1825 

Hannah B., of Rouse, and Oliver D. Wells, 
by Rev. Mr. Still man, all of and at Wes- 
terly. Journal of Feb. 20, 1826 

William and Martha N. Low, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, Oct. 8, 1826 

Susan P., of Warwick, and Job Albro, of 

Foster. Journal of Oct. 26, 1826 

BABSON James V., of Providence, and Sarah C. 
Munro, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Gano, June 8, 1823 

BACHE Lieut. Alexander, U. S. Corps of Engi- 
neers, and Nancy C. Fowler, at Newport, Sept. 30, 1828 
BACHE:LL0R Orlzen, editor of the AntiUnlver- 
salist, and Charlotte W. Thompson, 
youngest daughter of Rev. Otis, at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 6, 1828 

BACKUS Thomas, Esq., of Sterling, Ct., and 
Almira Cady, of Joseph, Esq., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 10, 1821 

George, of New York, and Charlotte Ster- 
ling Allen, of Capt. Samuel, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 2, 1822 

Andrew, Esq., Attorney at Law, and Har- 
riet Sterling Allen, of late Capt. Samuel, 
of Providence, at Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. 
Porter. Journal of ^i-^g- 3. 1826 

BACON Abby and William G. Tanner, both of 

Providence. Journal of March 31, 1823 

Sarah and Jabez A. Allen, of Brooklyn, Ct , 

at Killingly. Journal of Dec. 11, 1823 

William and Mary Ann Justin, at Providence. 

Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 

Charles, of Connecticut, and Experience 
Thurber, of and at Providence, lay Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Jan. 18, 1824 

Sarah H., of Woodstock, and Col. Jared \V. 
Williams, attorney at law, of Lancaster, 
N. H., at Woodstock, Ct., Aug. 10, 1824 

Nathaniel and Mary Bassett, at Smithfield, 

by Judge Mann, Sept. 30, 1827 

Louisa and Willard F. Clarke, at Slaters- 

ville, March 26, 1829 

BAGLEY Charlotte, of Pawtucket, and Joseph 
W. Miller, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, April 30, 1820 

BAILEY Sarah Ann, of William, and Robert 

Chace, at Middletown. Journal of Dec. 6, 1821 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 225 

BAILEY John, Esq., of Department of State, 

and Ann Young, of David, at Washington 

City, D. C, by the Rev. Mr. McCormick, Nov. 17, 1822 

WilHam, Esq., of Middletown, and Mrs. 

Sarah Gardiner, daughter of Cole Robert 

Ikayton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, June 30, 1823 

Sheldon, of Louisville, Ga., and Mrs. Eliza 

Hlashfield, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Sept. 16, 1823 

John G., Esq., of Charlestown, Mass., and 

Lucia Crocker Shaw, of Josiah C, Esq., 

at Newport. Journal of July 18, 1825 

Betsey, of Dea. Abraham, and Job Briggs, 

Jr., at Little Compton. Journal of Nov. 27, 1826 

Margaret G. and Col. James G. Sisson, at 

Warwick. Journal of Jan. 11, 1827 

Job S. and Amey Mathewson, of Hall, by 

Rev. Mr. Manchester. Journal of Jan. 22, 1827 

Capt. Henry and Mary Ballou, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Webb, Nov. 6, 1828 

Varnum and Mercy R. Hall, both of East 

Greenwich, at Warwick, Feb. 24, 1828 

Jane and G. W. Keeley, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Alden, Aug. 13, 1829 

BAKER Oliver' and Lillis Barney, of Hon. 

Ebenezer, at Warwick, Jan. 16, 1820 

Duty and Polly Paine, youngest daughter 

of Dr. Joseph, at Smithfield, Jan. 23, 1820 

Capt. Thomas and Elizabeth Bowers, of 

Capt. David, of Somerset, Mass., at 

Warren, Aug. 21, 1820 

Rachal and Albert E. Bowers, both of 

Seekonk, at Seekonk, Oct. 12, 1820 

Harriet A., of Henry W., merchant, and 

William ;, Miller, mei chant, all of and at 

Winchester, Va., Dec. 30, 1820 

Huldah, of Jonathan, of Killingly, and 

Daniel Cornell, 'of Glocester, at Killingly, 

by David Chase, Esq. Journal of Jan. 8, 1821 

John, of Scituate, R. I., and Eleanor Handy, 

of late Job, of and at Uxbridge, Oct. 7, 1821 

Capt. Jesse and Mary Mason, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford. Journal of Nov. 8, 1821 

Martha and Arnold Paine, Esq., both of and 

at Glocester, by John Hawkins, Esq., March 3, 1822 

Sterry and Almira Atwood, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 10, 1822 

Martha E. and George Lawton, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, May 15, 1822 



226 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BAKER Pamela and John Hull, at Newport. 

Journal of May 8, 1823 

Polly, of Pawtucket, and Ephraim R. 
Wetherell, of Wellington, Mass., at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, July 13, 1823 

Thatcher and .Bethiah Baxter, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Pawtucket, July 13, 1823 

Abiathar and Lucinda Nutting, by Rev. Mr. 

Cobb, all of and at Taunton, Nov. 27, 1823 

Diantha and Nathan Whittemore, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Journal of April 8, 1824 

Abby and Jared Sherman, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, April 11, 1824 

Philip and Amelia B. Gage, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Aug. 26, 1824 

Martha A. and Otis French, by Rev. Mr. 

Barney, all of and at Seekonk, Oct. 21, 1824 

Lydia Farris, of Smith field, and Levi 
Clarke, of Cumberland, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Benedict, May 29, 1825 

Abigail, of Walker Baker, and Nicholas H. 

Lincoln, at Taunton, July 14, 1825 

Merchant and Elvira Bufifington, by Rev. 

Mr. Allen, all of and at Pawtucket, Dec. 8, 1825 

Nancy and Nathaniel Philips, by Rev. Mr. 

Cobb, at Taunton, Jan. 22, 1826 

Leonard and Almira Haskins, at Taunton, Jan. 26, 1826 

Eliza and Silas Sisson, both of and at 

Plainfield, by Rev. Orrin Fowler, July 30, 1826 

Stephen and Diancy Newell, of John, at 

Pawtucket. Journal of Oct. 23, 1826 

Susan, of Pawtucket, and Henry Matthews, 

of Warwick, at Pawtucket. Journal of Nov. 30, 1826 

Joseph A. and Sarah B. Cooke, of late 
Thomas, both of Providence, at New York. 
Journal of May 21, 1827 

Betsey and Joshua T. Williams, of Dighton, 
at Taunton, by Asa Danforth, Esq. Jour- 
nal of Sept. 24, 1827 

Joanna L. and Ephraim Martin, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Nov. 4, 1827 

Moses, of Providence, and Lydia Durfee, of 

Allen, Esq., at Tiverton, Nov. 5, 1827 

Francis and Mrs. Eliza G. Tewell, at New- 
port. Journal of Jan. 7, 1828 

Sabrina and John C. Turner, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Greene, Feb. 3, 1828 

Hannah and Capt. Nicholas V. Gardiner, at 

Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Feb. 24, 1828 

Sarah and William A. Hopkins, at Paw- 
tucket, May 14, 1828 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 221 

BAKER Thomas and Sally Ann Earle, both 

of andat Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 30, 1828 
Sarah Ann, of Pawtucket, and Joshua In- 
graham, of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, Sept. 7, 1828 

Susan, of Barnstable, and George W. Skiff, 

of Royalston, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, Nov. 2, 1828 

Adelia A. and William Osborn, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 10, 1828 
Jeremiah A. and Julia Stanton Bump, eldest 

daughter of Nathaniel, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wane, April 28, 1829 

Abraham, Esq , of Glocester, and Elizabeth 

Jones, daughter of late Gersham, Esq., at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley. Journal 

of May II, 1829 

Elisha W. and Harriet O. Sheldon, daughter 

of Daniel, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, May 21, 1829 

Eliza and Obadiah King, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, May 31, 1829 

Susan, of Foster, and William W. VVeather- 

head, of Cumberland, at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Manchester, May 31, 1829 

BALCH James R., of Providence, and Mary P. 

Whipple, of Richard, at Petersham, N. H., July 10, 1822 

Sophia P., only daughter of John R., and 

Capt. Ebenezer Kelley, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 8, 1823 

Maria S. and Dr. David Torrey, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Sept. 16, 1823 

Abby Bright and Stanton Bebee, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, Oct. 13, 1824 

Horatio G., Esq., and Mrs. Harriet Mc- 

Lellan, formerly of Warren, at Portland, 

Me. Journal of March 12, 1827 

BALDWIN Mary Ann, of James, Esq., and 

David L. Favour, by Rev. Mr. Tafc, at 

Pawtucket, Nov. i, 1824 

John A., of Dunstable, N. H., and Sarah 

Collins, of John A., of Newport, at Bos- 
ton, Oct. 16, 1826 
Martha E. and Amory Taunt, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. George Taft, Oct. 14, 1828 

BALKCON Sally and Ezekiel Cornell, at Attle- 

boro. Journal of Jan. 20, 1823 

Balas and Abigail Newell, of Samuel, Jr., 

by Rev. Mr. Killham, all of and at Attle- 

boro, April 16, 1823 

Elias, of Cumberland, and Abby Bussey, of 

and at Mendon, April 24, 1823 



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BALKCON Ansell and Sarah Tripp, of Othniel, 

all of Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Giishee, 
BALL Abigail and John Emerson, both of and 
at Seekonk. Journal of 

Hugh S., of Charleston, S. C, and Ann 
Elizabeth Channing, of late Walter, Esq., 
formerly of Newport, at Boston. Journal 
of 
BALLARD Waitey W., of Burrillville, and 
George Washington Paine, of and at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Wakefield, 

Mary and Dexter Barnes, both of North 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, 
BALLOU Rev. Rosea, of Stratford, Ct., and 
Clarrissa Hatch, at Halifax, Vt. Journal 
of 

Welcome, of Middleboro, N. H., and Louisa 
Jillson, of Col. Welcome, of Cumberland, 
by Smith Arnold, Esq., at Cumberland, 

Maturm, 2d, of Smithfield, and Sarah Haw- 
kins, of North Providence, at N. P., by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Betsey, of Abner, of Cumberland, and Ar- 
nold Jenckes, of Wrentham, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Welcome, of Smithfield, and Miss Nabby 
Dyer, of Joseph, Esq., of Johnston, at 
Johnston. Journal of 

James and Miss Barbary Bliss, all of and 
at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Rev. Adin, of Cumberland, and Abigail 
Sayles, of Smith, of Smithfield, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Martha, of Richmond, N. H., and Nathaniel 
Keys, of Shrewsbury, Vt., at Smithfield, 

Leonard and Ann Eliza Arnesbury, of 
Jabez, Esq., at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, 

Almira, of Flavins, of Cumberland, and Orrier 
Sayles, of Franklin, at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Almira, of Flavius, of Cumberland, and Orion 
Sayles, of Franklin, Mass., at Cumberland. 
Journal of 

Jeremiah, of Killingly, and Abigail H. Giles, 
of and at Scituate, 

Nancy, of Cumberland, and Nathaniel Verry, 
Jr., of Mendon, Mass., at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 



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BALLOU Fenner, of Cumberland, and Julia 
Ann Aldrich, of and at Smithfield, by- 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 23, 1823 

Keziah, daughter of Zibia, of Cumberland, 
and Alvah Aldrich, of Smithfield, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 13, 1823 

Barton, of Cumberland, and Sarah Rathbone, 
of North Kingstown, at Brooklyn, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Whitney, Dec. 28 1823 

Welcome, of Cumberland, and Eliza Cush- 
man, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Killam, Feb. 8, 1824 

George C. and Ruth K. Aldrich, of Caleb, 

by Lewis Dexter, Esq.. all of Smithfield, May 24, 1825 

Miranda and Burrell Aldrich, at Smithfield, June 5, 1825 

Capt. Hosea and Ann Whipple, of late Capt. 
Stephen, all of Cumberland, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 11, 1825 

Amey and Henry Bragg, both of Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 10, 1826 

Capt. Willard and Susan Newell, both of 

Providence, at Smithfield, Feb. 8, 1827 

Marcus A., Esq., and Alice Carr, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Aug. 17, 1828 

Mary and Capt. Henry Bailey, by Rev. Mr. 

Webb, Nov. 6, 1828 

Candace, of Glocester, and Henry W. Slo- 

cum, formerly of Providence, at Chepachet, Nov. 23, 1828 

Emma Ann, daughter of Zibia, of Cumber- 
land, and John W. Chandler, merchant, 
of Providence, at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Picketing, P^eb. 8, 1829 

BANCROFT George, Esq., and Sarah H. 
D wight, daughter of Hon. Jonathan, at 
Springfield, March i, 1827 

Hannah and Phineas Boyle, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. David Benedict, Oct. 12, 1828 

BANGS Caroline E. and Joseph W. Saunders, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Oct. 11, 1827 

BANKS Major Joseph, aged 6- years, and Pen- 
elope Commander, aged 23 years, at North 
Carolina, " an old soldier under a new 
commander." Journal of Feb. 10, 1820 

Dolly and Philander Gleason, at Worcester. 

Journal of July 24, 1826 

BANNISTER Experience A. and Charles A. 

Farnum, at Smithfield. Journal of Nov. 29, 1821 

BARBARIN Lieut. F. N., of the U. S. Army, 
and Sarah M. Totten, of Island of St. 
Croi.x, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, May 28, 1829 



230 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BARBER John and Waity Castle, both of 

Warwick, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept, i8, 1825 

Lavina, of Providence, and Samuel P. El- 
dred, of North Kingstown, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 2, 1829 

Albert, of Providence, and Huldah Weather- 
hood, of and at Cumberland, Nov. 26, 1829 
BARKER Mary and Job Tew, both of Newport, April 13, 1820 

P" ranees, of Providence, and Nathaniel Holt, 
of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Sept. 7, 1820 

Eliza, of Capt. Stephen, and John Read, Jr., 
at Newport, Oct. 2, 1820 

Capt. Samuel, Jr., and Eliza Stephens, of late 

Thomas, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Dunn, Oct. 12, 1820 

Sally, of Benjamin, of Hopkinton, and Tim- 
othy Peckham 3d, of South Kingstown, 
at Hopkinton. Journal of Feb. i, 1821 

Hannah, of Ezbon, and Christopher Albro, at 

Portsmouth. Journal of Dec. 27, 1821 

Ann and William Greenman, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy, all of and at Newport, April 23, 1S23 

Capt. Hiram and Maria Gladding Snow, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 28, 1823 

Charles and Sarah S. Peckham, by Rev. 

Mr. Gammell, at Middletown, Nov. 20, 1823 

Eliza, of Giles, and Noah Shaw, at Little 
Compton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham. Jour- 
nal of Oct. 31, 1825 

William and Eliza Ann Thomas, both of 

Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Nov. 17, 1825 

Eliza, of late Alexander, and George W. Peck- 
ham, both of and at Middletown, by Rev. 
Mr. Gammell, ' Nov. 22, 1825 

Eliza, of late Nathaniel, and George W. Peck- 
ham, both of Middletown, by Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, Nov. 22, 1825 

Phebe Ann and Caleb Cranston, at Newport. 

Journal of P'eb. 23. 1826 

Amey Ann, of Capt. Jan\es, and Henry J. 

Hudson, at Newport. Journal of May 22, 1826 

Phebe and George P. Lawton, at Newport. 

Journal of May 29, 1826 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and Hezekiah 

Norris, of Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 8, 1826 

Daniel L. and Mary M. Briggs, by Rev. Mr. 

Seaman, at Pawtuxet, Sept, 18, 1826 

Catharine and Thomas Bentley, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of and at Providence, April 8, 1827 

George and Merbory Manchester, at Middle- 
town, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, April 8, 1827 



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BARKER Frances and Major John A. Collins, 

both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
Anna and Samuel Gould, daughter of John, 

at Middletovvn, 
Matilda and Ebenezer Shedell, both of Provi- 
dence, 
Eunice S.. of Gideon, and Benjamin J. Brown, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Way land, 
Mrs. Susan and Joseph Nason, at Newport. 

Journal of 
P'rances and John Fish, at Portsmouth, 

Journal of 
Col. William C. and Sarah A. Jencks, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 
John H. and Keziah Sanford, daughter of 

Peleg, of Middletown, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of 
BARLOW Joel L. and Catharine Burroughs, at 

Newport. Journal of 
BARNARD Mary H., of Wilmington, N. C, and 

William H. Lippitt, formerly of Providence, 

at Wilmington. Journal of 
Benjamin, merchant, of Portland, Me., and 

Elizabeth Huntington, at Newport, 
BARNES George Leonard, Esq., and Maria 

Sherman, only daughter of Nathan, all of 

and at Smithfield, 
Ann E,, of late Hon. David L., Esq., and 

Peter Pratt. Esq., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, 
Olney, of Smithfield, and Celinda Evans, of 

Anan, Esq., of and at Glocester, by John 

Hawkins, Esq., 
James and Frances Beverly, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Levi and Joanna Paine, both of and at Smith- 
field, 
Sophia, daughter of late Gen. David L., 

and Lemuel Arnold, Esq., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Hannah, of late Samuel, and John Daggett, 

of Seekonk, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Rexford, 
Talmeric and Sarah Olney, both of Fruit 

Hill, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Dexter and Mary Bullard, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, 



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232 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BARNEY Alexander, of Cumberland, and Mrs. 

Roxanna Packard, of said town, formerly 

of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 30, 18 19 

Lillis, of Hon. Ebenezer, and Oliver Baker, 

at Warwick, Jan 16, 1820 

Phebe and Benjamin Miller, Jr., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal of March 9, 1820 
Oliver, Jr., and Ann S. Babbitt, both of and 

at Taunton. Journal of July 29, 1822 

Lyman and Harriet King, both of and at 

Cranston. Journal of April 21, 1823 

John and Ann Harvey, at Taunton. Journal 

of Jan. 12, 1824 

Jabez, of Swanzey, and Ann Eliza Horton, of 

Mendon, Mass., at Seekonk. Journal of Jan. 29, 1824 

Mrs. Sarah and Elisha Smith, at Newport, April 26, 1824 

.Bildad, of Hallowell, Me., and Sally Leonard, 

at Taunton, June 10, 1824 

Lydia G., of Cromwell, and William Weeden, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 12, 1824 
Rev. James O., of Seekonk, and Eliza Latha, 

of and at Charlton, by Rev. Mr. Rich, May 18, 1825 

Angelme, of Mason, P^sq., and John D. 

Mason, by Rev. Mr. Baker, at Swanzey, Oct. 2, 1825 

Amanda and James Barney, by Rev. Mr. 

Taylor, at Swanzey, Dec. 17, 1826 

James and Amanda Barney, by Rev. Mr. 

Taylor, at Swanzey, Dec. 17, 1826 

Abby O., of late Cromwell, and Rowland 

P^vans, by Rev, Dr. Edes, all of and at 

Providence, April 15, 1827 

Mrs. Fanny and James B. Beverly, both of 

Providence, at Bristol, Feb. 3, 1828 

Simeon W. and Hannah Oliver, of Milford, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sea- 

mons, Sept. 21, 1828 

BARRELL Susan Arnold, second daughter of 

late Hon. James, and William R. Greene, 

all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Nov. 26, 1821 

John and Mary Francis, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, July 6, 1828 

BARRETT Jeremiah S., of Boston, and Miss 

Betsey Prentise, of Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 25, 1821 
George and Hannah Hull, at Providence, Dec. \g, 1822 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry, both of 

Providence and Boston theatres, at New 

York. Journal of June 30, 1825 



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BARRETT Ann, of New York, and Capt. 
George R. Hazard, formerly of Newport, 
at Richmond, Va. Journal of March 13 

Dr. Benjamin and Mary Wright, of Seth, 

at Northampton. Journal of Sept. 4 

Samuel, of Cambridgeport, and Ann Juliet 

Eddy, at Middleboro, Mass. Journal of Dec. 17 

BARRON Margaretta, daughter of Commodore 
Barron, and Lieut. John P. Tuttle, U S. 
Navy, at Norfolk, Va. Journal of Sept. 2 

Mary A. A., youngest daughter of Com- 
modore James, and Lieut. George S. 
Blake, U. S. Navy, at Gesport Navy Yard, Aug. 16 
Commodore James, U. S. Navy, and Mary 
Ann Wilson, daughter of John, at Ports- 
mouth, N. H., Nov. 12 
BARROWS Capt. Daniel B.and Sylvania A. 

Winslow, by Rev. Mr. Welch, at Warren, July 31 

Sabra J., of North Providence, and Daniel 
B. Hawes, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, Nov. 6 

Alfred and Louisa Everett, all of Attleboro, Nov. 2 

BARRUS Susan L. and Joseph P. Newman, 

at Warren. Journal of Oct. 23 

BARSTOW Richard, of Rochester, Mass., and 
Miss Mary M. Munro, of Josiah, of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, May 18 
Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Elias, and 
Thomas Hathaway, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Dec. 25 
Charles C. and Amelia Williams, by Rev. 



Mr. Hamilton, all of and at Taunton, Nov. 16 

BASSETT Edna and Albert Claffin, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Central Falls, Dec. 13 

Rebecca D. and Duane Kendall, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 15 

Ebenezer Young and Saloma Ann Manches- 
ter, at Pawtucket, March 9 

Lydia and Nathaniel Eldredge, at Smithfield, 

by Judge Mann, Sept. 30 

Mary and Nathaniel Bacon, at Smithfield, 

by Judge Mann, Sept. 30 

BASTO'W Edward and Pamelia Church, both of 
Troy, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Aug. 26, 1828 

Edwin and Harriet Albro, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Sept. 28, 1828 
BATEMAN Joanna, of Thomas, of East Green- 
wich, and Hazard Carter, of Warwick, at 
East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. 
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234 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BATEMAN Joseph and Phebe Wilcox, both of 

Tiverton, at Bristol, Oct. 2, 1826 

BATES Michael G. C. and Maria P. Davenport, 

all of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 19, 1822 
Ruth G., of Col. James N., and William 

Jencks, at Providence, Oct. 30, 1822 

Mrs. Harriet and Lodowich Casper, at Wick- 
ford. Journal of Dec. 30, 1822 
Asa and Achsah Miller Fales, at Attleboro. 

Journal of Jan. 20, 1823 

Paul and Temperance C. Tubbs, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, March 20, 1825 

Capt. John, aged ']'] years, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Joslin, aged 74 years, by Rev. John 

Ballard, a grandson of the groom ; previous 

to his marriage he had erected a tomb to 

receive himself and intended wife ; at 

Thompson, Ct. Journal of April 13, 1826 

Julia, of Mendon, and Peletiah Smith, Jr., of 

Bellingham, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, Aug. 14, 1827 

Stella and Harrison B. Pratt, at Mansfield. 

Journal of Jan. 5, 1829 

Mehitable Sumner, daughter of Hon. J. C, of 

Northampton, and Samuel H. Walley, 

Esq., of Boston, Oct. 14, 1829 

BARSTOW Capt. William C, of New York, 

and Sarah F, Martin, of Capt. Silas, of 

Pembroke, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, May 4, 1825 

Elias, Jr., and Margaret Downing, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, all of Providence, Nov. 16, 1826 

Margaret, daughter of Joshua, of Pres- 
ton, Ct., and Norman Robinson, of Provi- 
dence, at Preston. Journal of Dec. 4, 1826 
Mary, of New Bedford, and Jared Peckham, 

Jr., at New Bedford, Sept. 14, 1828 

John, of New York, and Sarah Swoope 

Thompson, daughter of late Edward K., 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Nov. 11, 1828 
BARTLETT Mrs. Sally, of Smithfield, and Dan 

Robinson, of Pawtucket, at Smithfield, by 

Hon. Thomas Buffum, Esq. Journal of May 2, 1822 

Nancy, of Cumberland, and Francis Bourne, 

of Providence, at Cumberland, May 27, 1824 

Maria, of Cumberland, and Anthony Sweet, 

of Smithfield, by William Whipple, Esq., 

at Cumberland, Aug. 18, 1825 

Otis and Waitey Allen, of Walter, P^sq., at 

Friends' House, Smithfield, Sept. 7, 1826 



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BARTLETT Abby and George M. Streeter, 

both of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Cutler, Aug. i6, 1827 

Elisha, of Lowell, Mass., and Elizabeth 

Slater, daughter of John, Esq., of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 28, 1829 

BARTON Capt. Alfred and Margaret C. Turner, 

of Capt. William, of Warren, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 15, 1820 

Henry and Ann Eliza Taylor, of Peter, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, at Providence, Oct. 6, 1823 

Eliza, of Warren, and John G. Whipple, of 

Pawtucket, at \A^arren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, Nov. 9, 1823 
Mary B., of William, and Jeremiah Cranston, 

at Taunton, March 8, 1827 

Celinda Harris, of David, and John Water- 
man Aborn, all of Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Edes, June 13, 1827 

Emeline P., of John H., of Providence, and 

William H. Martin, at Enfield, Conn., by 

Rev. Mr. Robbins, July 5, 1827 

Benjamm, Jr., and Catharine Sisson, both 

of and at Warren, Nov. 25, 1827 

Mary W., of Providence, and J. N. Bolles, 

formerly of Thompson, Ct., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Church, April 23, 1829 

Samuel, P^sq., of Richmond Co., N. Y., and 

Mary E. Duffee, daughter of James, of and 

at New York, by Rev. William Parkin- 
son. Journal of Dec. 24, 1829 
BASCO Allen and Sally Ann Slauson, sister of 

father's second wife, at South Salem, 

N. Y. Journal of Dec. 6, 1824 

BASIN William and Polly Y. Rogers, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, at Pawtucket, Dec. i, 1823 

BASSETT Luther and Emeline Marble, at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Pulton, May 8, 1820 
BATTEY Henry and Susan B. Smith, of Joseph 

by Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Nov. 17, 1822 
Cifuentus, of Gen. William, and Bucklin 

Mathewson, of Lisbon, Ct., at Wickford, 

by Rev. Mr. Gale, Nov. 16, 1825 

Cifuentus, of Gen. William, and Bucklin 

Mathewson, of Lisbon, Ct., at Wickford, Nov. 17, 1825 

Elizabeth Ann, of Providence, and Erastus 

Earnum, formerly of Boston, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 9, 1827 



236 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

• 

BAXTER Jelinia and Matthew Egan, both of 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Journal of Oct. 9 

EHzabeth and Abel Carter, all of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 16 

Betsey and Simon Studley, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Daniel Greene, July 7 

Mary, of Cumberland, and Samuel Snell, of 
Cranston, at Cumberland, by Rev. Daniel 
Greene, Dec. i 

Bethiah and Thatcher Baker, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Pawtucket, July 13 

Phebe, of Providence, and Capt. Gilbert 
Warner, of New York, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, at Providence, July 31 

Love and William A. Collins, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, Sept. 25 

Freeman and Susan Havens, both of War- 
wick, at Centreville, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 5 

Anna A., daughter of late Anthony, Esq., of 
Quincy, and James L. Homer, junior 
editor of the Boston Gazette, at Ouincy, 
by Rev. Mr. Whitney, Feb. 21 

Mary and John Boodry, both of Smithfield, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 9 

Thomas, of Smithfield, and Minerva Mar- 
chant, of Pawtucket. at Smithfield, by 
Thomas Mann, Esq., Nov. 6 

Samuel D., of Grafton, and Susan Kerby, at 

Worcester. Journal of March 19 

Prudence, of North Providence, and Oliver 
Johnson, of Hampden, Me., at Olneyville, 
by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, June 2 

BAYLEY Sally, aged 66 years, and Daniel 
Whittier, aged 22 years, at Lmcolnsville, 
Me. Journal of 

Mary M. and John A. Mason, both of Provi- 
dence, at Cranston. Journal of 
BAYLIES Hon. Francis, M. C, of Taunton, 
Mass., and Mrs. Elizabeth Deming, of 
New York, at Nassau, N. Y., 

Eliza Fales and George Bowers Atwood, at 
Taunton, 

Eliza Ann and James Sproat, Jr., Esq., at 
Taunton, 

Amelia, of Hon. Hodijah, and Dr. Alfred 
Wood, at Dighton. Journal of 

Eliza and Hon. John McLean, U. S. Senator 
from Illinois, in Kentucky. Journal of 



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BEAL Mary, of Bristol, and John Brown, of 

Maryland, at Warren. Journal of Feb. 12 

Ann Maria, daughter of Thomas, of Boston, 
and Samuel J. Copeland, of Philadelphia, 
at Boston, Dec. 14 

BEAN Hannah H. and Thomas Brown, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 3 

BEAZLEY P:dward T., of Providence, and Al- 

mira Ellis, of and at Cranston, Oct. 28 

BECKFORD Ann, of Boston, and George C. 
Beckford, formerly of Providence, at 
Boston, by Rev. Mr. Beecher, June 5 

George C, formerly of Providence, and Ann 
Beckford, of and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Beecher, June 5 

BEEBE Orson, of E. Haddam, Ct., and Eliza- 
beth V. Chappell, of Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Preston, Dec. 9 

Stanton and Abby Bright Balch, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, Oct. 13 

Mary V., of Johnston, and George U. 
Brown, of North Providence, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Journal of June 4 
Lucy and Edwm K. Godfrey, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, July 9 
Henry and Eliza Ann Wood, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Jan. 17 

BEECHER William Wrixham and O'Neil, at 

Dublin. Journal of Feb. 3 

William and Hannah Ammidon, youngest 
daughter of Luther, at Southbridge. 
Journal of Feb. 22 

BEEDLE Mrs. Eliza, of Edgartown, and John 
G. Thurber, of Providence, at Edgartown. 
Journal of Oct. 23 

BEENE Elijah and Levina Standley, both of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, at Provi- 
dence, ■ March 15 
BEERS Julia G. and Ezekiel Bosworth, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Oct. 5 
Mary Ann and Aaron Thayer, Jr., by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, at Providence, Aug. 24 

Thomas T., of Danbury, Ct., and Caroline S. 
Johnson, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, July 22 

Spencer and Eleanor J. Hughes, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
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238 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BELCHER Joseph and Harriet Elderkin Witter, 
by Rev. Mr. Williams, all of and at Provi- 
dence, June 9, 1823 

Ira and Lydia H. Stibbin, at Smithfield. 

Journal of Jan. 21, 1828 

BELKNAP Stephen, Esq., and Miss Anne 
Sweet, of Valentine, at Johnston. Jour- 
nal of June 14, 1 82 1 

Porter and Sarah Williams, at North Kings- 
town, Dec. 5, 1825 

Sarah, of Luther, Esq., and Elijah Colburn, 
of Dunstable, N. H., at Framingham, 
Mass., by Rev. Mr. Kellogg. Journal of June 22, 1826 

BELL Drusella L., of Newburn, N. C, and Wil- 
liam Saunders, formerly of Warren, at 
Newburn. Journal of Jan. 30, 1826 

BELLOWS Nancy C, of Providence, and John 
Jenckes, of Warwick, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Gano. Journal of May 8, 1820 

Susan and Henry Simmons, both of Johns- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 4, 1825 

Louisa and William Albertson, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 8, 1828 

BELMAIN Count, aged 40 years, Russian Guard 

over Napoleon, and Johnson, aged 

16 years, daughter of Lady Howe, at St. 
Helena. Journal of Aug. 24, 1820 

BENEDICT Cyrus R., of New York, and Mary 
S. Fiske, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sea- 
qians, April 25, 1828 

BENCl^LEY Lydia, youngest daughter of 
Arnold, and Christopher Angell, all of 
Smithfield, at Smithfield. by Samuel Mann, 
Esq. Journal of June 5, 1820 

Martha P. and Rufus S. Gould, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft, all of Pawtucket, Nov. 25, 1824 

James, of Grafton, Mass., and Nancy Allen, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Aug. 8, 1827 

Isaac and Elizabeth Thornton, at Johnston, 

by Elder Manchester. Journal of Oct. 11, 1827 

Eliza, of Smithfield, and Alvin Easton, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 22, 1827 

BENNETT Charles and Huldah Harrington, at 

Foster. Journal of Sept. 21, 1820 

Pardon, Esq., and Ludovice Allen, of Alber- 
gence, of Brooklyn, Ct., by Rev. Roswell 
Whitmore, at Killingly, Ct., Sept. 24, 1820 

Zilpha and Thomas Nobles, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Otherman, Nov. 7, 1821 



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BENNETT Eliza and Abel Briggs, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket. Journal 
of 

Daniel and Mrs. Deborah Sherman, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, 

Sally Ann, eldest daughter of Capt. Samuel, 
of Warwick, and Lyman Sholes, of Can- 
terbury, Ct., at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Betsey and Oliver H. Bishop, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, all of and at Providence, 

Stephen H. and Lydia Butts, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, 

Orpah, of Tiverton, and Joshua Brownell, of 
Troy, Mass., at Tiverton, 

Reuba and George C. Olney, by Rev. Mr. 
Greene, all of and at Pawtucket, 

Sylvina, daughter of Capt. Cornelius, and 
Samuel M. Read, at Newport. Journal of 

William G. and Cerena Williams, at War- 
wick. Journal of 

Joseph, Jr., and Betsey Ann Davis, both of 
Cumberland, at Central Falls. Journal of 

John W. and Matilda P. Hudson, at Natic, 
by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Lydia Ann W., of Capt. Caleb, and Nicholas 
Arnold, at Natic, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
BENSON Hannah R., daughter of William P. 
R., and Charles W. Randall, by Rev. Mr. 
Ludlow, at Providence, 

John, Jr., of Columbia, Penn., and Abigail 
Sherman, of Samuel, of Portsmouth, 

Charlotte, of George, of Brooklyn, Ct., and 
Henry Anthony,of Providence,at Brooklyn. 
Journal of 

Ann Bennett, daughter of William P. R., and 
Daniel Learnerd, of Fall River, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent. Journal of 

Christian and Maria l^rotherton, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Benjamin A., of Sturbridge, and Huldah A. 
Hunt, of Col. Daniel, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
BENT Nancy, of Middleboro, and Joab Lindley, 
of Walpole, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 
BENTLEY Mary, of Providence, and Capt. An- 
drew Boyd, of East Greenwich, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Thomas and Catharine Barker, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, all of and at Providence, 



May 8, 1823 
Dec. 31, 1823 

P'eb. 22, 1824 

May 5, 1824 

May 19, 1824 

Oct. 20, 1824 

Sept. 22, 1825 

Oct. 9, 1826 

Jan. II, 1827 

March 12, 1827 

Dec. 13, 1827 

Dec. 13, 1827 

Sept. 18, 1823 
Feb. 26, 1824 

Oct. 26, 1826 

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BERTRAND . daughter of General Ber- 

trand, Napoleon's Grand Marshal, and 
Amadee Thayer, son of James, late of 
Rhode Island. Journal of 
BETTIS William J., printer, and Miss Harriet 

S. Peters, at Boston, 
BEVERLY F"rances, and James Barnes, at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Sarah Ann and Amos Briggs, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, at Warwick, 
Sarah Maria, eldest daughter of George, and 
Capt. George Child, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
all of and at Providence, 
Stephen, Jr., and Susan Whipple, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, all of Providence, 
James B. and Mrs. Fanny Barney, both of 
Providence, at Bristol, 
BEZAN Shubael Y. and Ann Sweetland, both 

of and at Pawtucket. Journal of 
BICKNELL Joseph, of Barrington, and Louisa 
Allen, daughter of late Capt. Samuel P., 
of Providence, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Barney, 
Eliza and Jabez C. Gardiner, at North Kings- 
town, by Rev. Mr. Northup. Journal of 
James, of Barrington, and Elizabeth S. Short, 
daughter of Jeremiah, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Waterman, 

BIGELOW Amelia, of Abijah, Esq., of Lei- 
cester, Mass, and Horace Dickinson, of 
Montreal and Plattsburg, N. Y., by the 
Rev. H . W. Whelpley, 
BIGLEY Joshua C. and Lydia Swinburne, of 
late Daniel, at Newport. Journal of 

Eliza Ann, of Capt. John, and Peleg Bur- 
roughs, at Newport. Jorunal of 

Martha, of Capt. John, and William Lovie, 
at Newport, 
BILLINGS Mary M. and Pasco Haines, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Samuel W. and Sarah B. Whittemore, both 
of Pawtucket. Journal of 

Samuel and Mary Yates, of Seth, all of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Eliza A. and Nathan Hall, printer, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Mary Ann, daughter of William, and David 
B. Doyle, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal of 



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July 10, 1828 

March 25, 1821 

June 10, 1822 

June 10, 1822 

March 11, 1824 

Feb. 27, 1825 

Feb. 3, 1828 

July 30, 1827 

Dec. 5, 1827 
Aug. 25, 1828 

Dec. 21, 1829 

May 12, 1823 

Sept. 12, 1822 

July 10, 1826 

May 19, 1828 

Dec. 31, 1820 

June 17, 1822 

Sept. 24, 1822 

March 31, 1823 

Feb. 9, 1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 241 

BILLINGS Joseph S. and Mary Tripp, of North 

Providence, at Providence, Dec. 12, 1824 

Elizabeth Sterry, of Providence, and Caleb 

Moshier, Jr., of the firm of C. R. A. Olney 

and Co., merchants, Boston, at Boston, 

by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, July 25, 1827 

Edward and Harriet M. Spooner, at Provi- 
dence, March 24, 1829 
BINGHAM William T. and Miss Mehitable 

Bosvvorth, all of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Jan. 4, 1821 

BIRD Fanny, of Stoughton, and Francis Johnson, 

of Taunton, at Stoughton, by Elijah Ather- 

ton, Esq., May 25, 1823 

Amelia D. and Harvey Chaffee, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at Providence, May 21, 1826 

BISBETT John A. and Mrs. Eliza B. Butler, 

both of Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, April 2, 1828 

BISHOP James E., of Boston, and Mary Whip- 
ple, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. . 

Mr. Benedict, April 8, 1823 

BISHOP Amanda and William Ide, both of and 

at Seekonk, Aug. 27, 1823 

John J. and Sarah Walker, of Capt. Richard, 

by Rev. Mr. Pease, at Seekonk. Journal of April 19, 1824 
Oliver H. and Betsey Bennett, by Rev. Mr. 

Williams, all of and at Providence, May 5, 1824 

Mrs. Susannah and John Springer, at New- 
port, Sept. 19, 1824 
George B., of Smithfield, and Amey Smith, 

of Hazel, of and at North Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Cheney, July 6, 1826 

Ruth C. and Ebenezer Gould, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. i, 1827 

Nathan and Mary Munroe, daughter of late 

Edward, Jr., at Bristol, April 7, 1829 

BISSELL Eliza, of Providence, and Lewis Mc- 
Donald, of Rutland, Vt., at St. Luke's 

Church, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Aug. 29,6182 

BITTERS Mary Elizabeth, of Holland, and J. 

A. Joly, of Switzerland, at New York. 

Journal of Nov. 12, 1829 - 

BIXLEY Johnson, of Brimfield, Mass., and 

Orinda Gracus, of and at Thompson, by 

Rev. Daniel Dam, Nov. 4, 1821 

BIZZELL Sirah, of Seekonk, and Mary Ann 

Northup, of Central Falls, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, July 3, 1825 



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BLACK Azubah and Walter B. Thayer, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr Wilson, 
William G. and Fanny B. Newman, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
BLACKBURN Elizabeth Lemuel, of Northam, 
Eng., and Serrell Cooke, at Chepachet. 
Journal of 
BLACKINGTON Charlotte and Samuel P. 
Fiske, both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Nelson, 
BLACKINGTON Virgil and Hannah S. Rob- 
inson, of Col. Obed, at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Killan, 
Azubah and John Tefft, both of and at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Pelham, 
Eliza and Nelson Morse, both of and at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Killam. Journal of 
BLACKSTOCK Mary and Thomas D. Shum- 
way, formerly of Providence, at Boston, 
Jane Sisson, daughter of William, of Prov- 
idence, and Samuel Topleff, Esq., of Bos- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
BLAIR Sarah and Nathan Rogers, at Worces- 
ter, 
BLAISDELL Joel and Adeline Lawton, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, 
BLAKE Virgil, of Wrentham, and Rosanna 
Follett, of Luther, of and at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Nancy F. and Alfred Joslin, by Rev. Mr. 

Potter, all of and at Cumberland, 
Elizabeth and Edward Walker, at Taunton. 

Journal of 
Mercy, of Taunton, and Thomas Rose, Jr., 
of Wellington, Mass., at Taunton, by Rev. 
Mr. Hamilton, 
Mercy, of Taunton, and Thomas Rose, Jr., 
of Wellington, Mass., at Taunton. Jour- 
nal of 
Esther S., of Rochester, N. H., and Job N. 

Tuttle, of Providence, at Rochester, 
Sally and John Brierly, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering. Journal of 

Capt. A and Mary Presbury, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
Hannah, of Samuel, of Bristol, and Capt. 
John Martin, of Barrington, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Samuel, Jr., of Warren, and Mary Ann 
Ladieu, of Barrington, at Swanzea, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 



June i6, 1828 
Jan. 25, 1829 

March 12, 1827 

June 28, 1820 

Oct. 8, 1823 
Nov. 24, 1823 
Dec. 25, 1823 

Oct. 9, 1827 

Dec. I, 1829 
Sept. 9, 1829 
Dec. 13, 1826 

Oct. 25, 1821 

Jan. 31, 1822 

March 7, 1822 

Nov. 7, 1822 

Dec. 5, 1822 
June I, 1823 
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Nov. 25, 1827 



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243 



BLAKP2 Capt. Zabina and Anna Hathaway, at 

Dighton. Journal of Dec. 24, 1827 

Lieut. George S., U. S. Navy, and Mary A. 
A. Barron, youngest daughter of Commo- 
dore James, at Gesport Navy Yard, Aug. 16, 1829 
BLANCH A RD WiUiam and Mme. Cecelia 
Adolphe, of M. Godeau's Company, at 
Providence, July 5, 1821 

John, of Coventry, and Celinda Sweet, of 
West Greenwich, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, Sept. 18, 1825 

Lucinda, of Scituate, and Jermon Y. Potter, 

at Brooklyn, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 5, 1827 

BLANDING Edward M., and Emeline S. 
Maine, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of Providence. 
Journal of Jan. 27, 1825 

Thomas and Nancy Lyon, at Attleboro, July 15, 1823 

Wheeler M., of ISristol, and Miss Eliza Nor- 
ton, of William, Esq., at Tiverton, by Rev. 
Mr. Peckham, May 27, 1821 

William, of Providence, and Mary P. Bullock, 
of Jabez, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Barney, Oct. 20, 1825 

Dr. S. and Mary Bullard, of Pepperell, Mass., 

at Camden, S. C. Journal of Oct. 30, 1823 

BLASHFIELD Mrs. p:iiza, of Providence, and 
Sheldon Bailey, of Louisville, Ga., at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 16, 1823 

Hiram, of Worcester, merchant, and Frances 
Earned, of George, Esq., of and at Thomp- 
son, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow. Journal of Oct. 23, 1828 
BLESDELL Henry and Sarah Munro, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, all of Providence, Dec. 9, 1824 

BLISS Zeba and Lepha B. Peck, at Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Thompson, April 6, 1820 

Lucinda, of Capt. Asa, of Rehoboth, and 
John W. Hicks, of Tiverton, at Rehoboth, 
by Rev. Mr. Thompson. Journal of Oct. 26, 1820 

James, of Rehoboth, and Miss Rhoda Tis- 
dale, of Taunton, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Otis Thompson, Jan. 15, 1821 

Barbary and James Ballou, all of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, June 7, 1821 

Susan and William Fiddy, both of Valley 
Falls, Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict. April 17, 1822 

Cromwell, Jr., of Rehoboth, and Content 

Bowers, of and at Swanzey, June 3, 1824 

Otis, of Rehoboth, and Roxanna Wilbour, of 

and at Taunton, March 27, 1825 



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BLISS George U., Esq., Attorney at Law, and 

Mary S. Dwight, of Hon. Theodore, Jr., at 

Springfield. Journal of 
Lavina, of Seekonk, and Daniel Smith, of 

North Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney, 
Abby W., of Capt. A soph, and Abel Car- 
penter, Jr., by Allen Hunt, Esq., all of 

Seekonk, 
Mary, of late Zenus, and Mervin Wellman, 

at Springfield, Mass. Journal of 
Asaph L. and Nancy B. Perry, at Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Vernon, 
Hiram, formerly of Providence, and Clarinda 

D. Wilbour, of and at Raynham. Journal 

of 
Zenus, of Rehoboth, and Phebe W. Randall, 

of Samuel, of and at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheeney, 
Otis, of Rehoboth, and Charlotte Dennis, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Almira, of Capt. Jeremiah, and George W. 

Mason, of Wayne, N. Y., at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 
Almira, of Capt. Jeremiah, and George W, 

Mason, at Newport. Journal of 
BLIVEN Ira, of Norwich, N. Y., and Elizabeth 

Maxon, of and at Hopkinton, 
Pardon, of Westerly, and Fanny States, of 

and at Stonington, 
Erastus, of Westerly, and Phebe C. States, of 

Stonmgton, Ct., at Westerly, R. I., by 

George D. Cross, Esq., 
Susan B. and Benjamin R. Dawley, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Susan P. and Samuel Morgan, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
BLODGETT William P. and Susan J. Talbot, 

daughter of Capt. Ephraim, both of Provi- 
dence, at New York, 
BLOODGOOD Nathaniel, Esq., of New York, 

merchant, and Eliza Antoinette Crocker, 

daughter of Rev. Dr. Crocker, of Provi- 
dence, at St. John's Church, Providence, 
John, of Mobile, and Catharine Mary, 

daughter of late Matthias B. Hildreth, P3sq., 

of Johnston, N. Y., at New York, by Rev. 

Mr. Schroeder, 
BLY Esther M., of Oliver, and Josiah P. Fuller, 

by Rev. Mr. Potter. Journal of 



May 5, 1825 

Dec. II, 1825 

June 13, 1826 
June 19, 1826 
Oct. 22, 1826 

Oct. 26, 1826 

Jan. 14, 1828 
March 30, 1828 

June 29, 1828 
July 14, 1828 
Oct. 30, 1825 
Nov. 2, 1825 

Nov. 5, 1829 

Dec. 2, 1827 

June 15, 1828 

Aug. 5, 1829 

Nov. 3, 1829 

Dec. 15, 1829 
Jan. 27, 1820 



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245 



BLY Mrs. Dorcas and Josias Southwick, at New- 
port, 
Ardelia, of Providence, and Newman Thur- 

ber, of Rehoboth, at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Sprague, 
BLYTH James and Mary Young, both of Crans- 
ton, at Providence, 
BODGE Samuel, of Providence, and Maria B. 

Bush, of and at Boston. Journal of 
BOGERT Sarah V., of J. C, and Dr .Isaac I. 

Greenwood, all of and at New York. 

Journal of 
Theodore P., of New York, and F"rances N. 

Jones, of Alexander, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
BOGGS Leander H. and Sarah Ann W. Keath, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, all of and at Paw- 
tucket. 
BOISAUHIE Louisa Antoinette, of Morristown, 

N. ]., and E. Farmon, Esq., of Pans, 

France, Member House of Deputies, at 

New York. Journal of 
BOLLES David and Hannah A. Thurber, of 

Major William, all of Providence, 
Leonard, of Cranston, and Maria Manchester, 

of and at West Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, 
David, of Providence, and Margaret Price, 

of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Charles, 
J. N., formerly of Thompson, Ct., and 

Mary W. Barton, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Church, 
BOLTWOOD Lucius, Esq., Attorney at Law, 

and P'anny H. Shepard, daughter of late 

Rev. Mace, of Little Compton, at Amhurst, 

Mass., 
BONAPARTE Letitia, of Lucian, and Thomas 

Wyse, Esq., of Waterford, Ire., at Palace 

of Carino, near Rome. Journal of 
Jerome Napoleon and Susan May Williams, 

at Baltimore, Md. Journal of 
BOODRY Sophrenia and Edward H. James, at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., 
John and Mary Baxter, both of Smithfield, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
BOONE Capt. James and Elizabeth M. Read, of 

Eleazer, Jr., of Newport, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb. Journal of 
Mrs. Eliza, of Warwick, and Dea. William 

Tilley, of Newport ; the Deacon is 84 



Oct. 18, 1824 

March 13, 1825 

March 16, 1820 

July 14, 1825 

Dec. 5, 1822 

April 10, 1828 

June II, 1826 

Nov. 12, 1829 
Oct. 10, 1822 

June 15, 1823 
Nov. 26, 1827 

April 23, 1829 

Aug. 30, 1824 

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246 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BOONE: 

and bride 74 years of age ; he has 10 chil- 
dren, 75 grand and 25 great grand chil- 
dren ; at Wicktord. Journal of Nov. 12, 1821 

Christopher C, Esq., of North Kingstown, 
and Eliza Ann Updike, of Capt. Daniel, of 
Providence, at Plantation St. Cylclo, Agna- 
cate, Cuba, by Rev. Mr. Biodam, April 18, 1827 

BOOTBEE Catharine Ann, of Washington, and 
Aaron McAlwee, of Virginia, at Washing- 
ton, D. C, Oct. 13, 1829 
BOOTH John and Mary Hull, both of North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. Journal of Dec. 31, 1821 
BORDEN Sarah, of Simeon, and Pardon G. 

Seabury, at Tiverton. Journal of Sept. 4, 1820 

Judeth, of late Simeon, and Hon. Job Durfee, 
at Tiverton, by Rev. Dr. Coleman. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 27, 1820 

Eleanor, of John, and Gardiner Thomas, both 

of Portsmouth, at Newport. Journal of April 8, 1822 

Amey, of Richard, of Troy, Mass., and Wil- 
liam Grinnell, at Tiverton, Nov. 14, 1822 

Hannah, of Richard, of Troy, Mass., and 

William Cooke, at Tiverton. Journal of Nov. 14, 1822 

Benjamin and Mercy Hart, at Tiverton. Jour- 
nal of May 22, 1823 

David and Mary Carver, at Taunton, by Rev. 

Mr. Hamilton, Oct. 6, 1823 

John and Abby Davis, of Capt. Jonathan, 

both of Somerset. Journal of Oct. 27, 1823 

Mrs. Sarah, of Troy, Mass., and Elijah A. 
Read, of Rehoboth, at Troy, by Joseph A. 
Read, Esq. Journal of March 11, 1824 

Ann and Isaac Fowler, both of Fall River, 
at Assonet. Journal of March 24, 1825 

Delana, of late George, and Nathan Durfee, 

at Fall River. Journal of May 7, 1827 

Isaac, of Troy, Mass., and Martha Hathaway, 
daughter of late Michael, of and at Asso- 
net village, Freetown. Journal of Oct. 18, 1827 

Susan, daughter of Thomas 2d, and Isaac 
Brightman, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Borden. Journal of Oct. 18, 1827 

Melvin, of Fall River, and Phebe Potter, of 
and at Adamsville, by Rev. Mr. P aine, Oct. 22, 1827 

Jefferson and Susan Elizabeth Easton, 
daughter of late Norman, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 15, 1828 

John C. and Mary Ann C. Manchester, at 

Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith, May 4, 1828 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 247 

BORDEN Mary and Henry Covell, at New Bed- 
ford, Aug. 10, 1828 
Major and Elizabeth P. F'rench, daughter of 

Ephraim, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Ross, Dec. 24, 1828 
BOSS Eliza, of South Kingstown, and John Stan- 
ton, Jr., of Richmond, at South Kingstown, 

by Rev. Mr. Hammond, Jan. 2, 1820 

Eliza L., daughter of late William, and Tidde- 

man H. Weeden, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Wheaton, Jan. 7, 1824 

Hannah and John C. Kilburn, at Newbury, 

Mass. Journal of Oct. 10, 1825 

Jeremiah and Olive Wilder, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 21, 1828 

Nicholas Gardiner, Esq., of Newport, and 

Abby Bradford DeWolf, daughter of 

Charles, Esq., of Portsmouth, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Sept. 30, 1829 

Harriet, daughter of late John L., Esq., and 

Hon. Dutee J. Pearce, Member of Con- 
gress, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Dec. 2, 1829 
BOSWORTH Samuel, Jr., and Ann Bourne, at 

Congregational Church, Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Mann. Journal of Nov. 23, 1820 

Mehitable and William T. Bingham, all of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 4, 1821 

Betsey H., of Major Asa, of Providence, and 

Christian M. Nestell, formerly of New 

York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 7, 1821 

Ezekiel and Julia G. Beers, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1822 

Hopestill and John Thurber, Jr., both of 

Warren. Journal of June 30, 1823 

Ichabod and Sally Babbitt, of Charles, at 

Taunton, July 4, 1824 

Pamelia and John Martin, Jr., both of 

Warren. Journal of Oct. 14, 1824 

Samuel, of Warren, and Abby Humphrey, 

at Rehoboth. Journal of Nov. 11, 1824 

William, of Dartmouth, and Almira Case, of 

Gardiner Case, at Rehoboth. Journal of April 14, 1825 

Caroline, of Providence, and Amory Sibley, 

of Augusta, Ga., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 23, 1825 

Jonathan, of Swanzey, and Mary Salisbury, 

of Caleb, of Warren, by the Rev. Mr. 

Rexford, at Warren, March 22, 1827 

Electa Ann, of Seekonk, and Oliver Reming- 
ton, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Nov. 4, 1827 



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BOSWORTH Peleg, Jr., of Rehoboth, and 

Martha W. Thurber, daughter of Darius, of 

and at Providence, 
Elizabeth and Stephen ApHn, Jr., both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
Stephen, Jr., of Providence, and Rachel 

Moulton, of and at Rehoboth, by Stephen 

Moulton, Esq., 
Lewis and Sarah Ann Oxx, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
BOTTOM Celestina W., daughter of Frederic 

W., Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., and Samuel C. 

Fiske, of Southbridge, at Pomfret, by 

Rev. Mr. Crampton, 
BOULDRY Zephaniah, of Raynham, and Polly 

Wood, of Taunton, at Taunton. Journal 

of 
BOURN Martha, of Shearjashub, Esq., and 

Ebenezer Smith, of Barrington, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
BOURNE Ann and Samuel Bosvvorth, Jr., at 

Congregational Church, Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Mann. Journal of 
Mary Ann, daughter of Shearjashub, Esq., of 

Bristol, and Penuel Corbett, of Virginia, at 

Bristol, by R^v. Mr. Mann, 
Thomas, of New Bedford, and Betsey 

Greene, of Samuel, of and at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Francis, of Providence, and Nancy Bartlett, 

of and at Cumberland, 
Ezra and Maria Carpenter, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, all of Providence, 
BOWCOCK John and Hannah Sanford, both of 

Troy, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, 
BOWEN Sarah, of Nathan, of Coventry, and 

James A. F"enner, of Foster, married at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Stone, 
Clarrissa, of Seekonk, and William Hale, of 

Swanzey, at Swanzey, by Rev. Benjamin 

Taylor. Journal of 

(Thomas Hale as stated Aug. 17, erro- 
neous.) 
Rhoda, of Elisha, of Scituate, and Peleg W. 

Gardiner, of Providence, at Scituate, by 

Rev. Mr. Westcott, 
David, of Scituate, and Miss Matilda Winsor, 

of Johnston, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Westcott, 



Nov. 18, 1827 
Dec. 19, 1827 

Dec. 21, 1828 
March 19, 1829 

July 14, 1829 

June 2, 1825 

April 3, 1820 

Nov. 23, 1820 

March 8, 1821 

Nov. 17, 1822 

May 27, 1824 

April 10, 1827 

Sept. 6, 1828 

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BOWEN Benjamin and Miss Abigail Tuttle, all 

of and at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July 4, 1821 

James, Esq., and Tiffany Elizabeth, eldest 

daughter of Ebenezer, all of and at Bar- 

rington, by James Bowen, Esq.. 
Thomas H. and Mary L. Thurber, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Maria and Joseph W. Orchard, both of and 

at Providence, 
Penelope and Nicholas Hart, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
Stephen, of Newport, and Rowena Porter, of 

late Robert, of and at Freetown, 
Benjamin, of Rehoboth, and Sally Serrell, of 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
Uriel, of Attleboro, and Mrs. Deborah Ham, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 
George and Mary H. Irish, daughter of late 

John, at Newport, 
Hannah and F"rancis Brown, at Warren, bv 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Daniel and Julia M. Grant, all of and at 

Barrington. Journal of 
Dr. Samuel, of Thompson, Ct., and Mary 

Sumner, of Capt. John N., by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
John H. and Martha L. Atwood, at Taunton. 

Journal of 
Joseph, of Glocester, and Mela Ann Angell, 

of John, of Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. White. 

Journal of 
Haile and Clarrissa Peirce, by Rev. Mr. 

Wood, all of and at Barrington, 
Elvira, of late Wheaton Bowen, of Rehoboth, 

and Royal Packard, of Providence, form- 
erly of Bridgewater, at Warren, Nov. 27, 1825 
Jennie, of late Abraham, of Fall River, and 

James H. Archer, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Dec. 19, 1825 

Clarrissa, of John, and Nathan Davis, by 

John C. Bowen, Esq., all of and at Fall 

River, Jan. 8, 1826 

William, of Sempronius, N. Y., and Mary 

Young, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Welsh, July 23, 1826 

Patience and Seth Field, at Taunton. Jour- 
nal of Sept. 28, 1826 
Stephen and Sarah B. Irish, at Newport. 

Journal of Oct. 16, 1826 



Nov. 15, 


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Dec. 30, 


1821 


Oct. 22, 


1822 


Oct. 22, 


1822 


Feb. 22, 


1824 


April 4, 


1824 


Aug. I, 


1824 


Oct. 21, 


1824 


Oct. 25, 


1824 


April 14, 


1825 


May 8, 


1825 


June 1 6, 


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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BOWEN George W., of Olneyville, and Eliza 

Luther, of Warren, by Kev. Mr. Cheney, 

at Provi-d ence, 
Jacob H., of Rehoboth, and Harriet Phillips, 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
Abraham and Sarah Ann Read, of Joseph, 

at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith. Jour- 
nal of 
Rachel and William Fessenden, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Lydia, of Zenus, and William Peckham, of 

Westport, at Dartmouth. Journal of 
Betsey E., of James, deceased, and James 

Harvey Butterworth, all of and at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
George, of Warren, and Betsey Martin, of 

Capt. John, Jr., of and at Barrington, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Julia, of Providence, and Alfred Niger, of 

Say brook, Ct., at Providence, 
Alfred S. and Ann Mann Angell, of Nicholas, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, 
Capt. James G., of Fall River, and Mary 

Allen, of Newport, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Sarah A. S. and John P. Hazard, both of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
James E. and Betsey W. Trott, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, 
Abby, of Providence, and Harley Luther, of 

Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Uriel and Fanny Wetherington, at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Warren, 
Brown and Sally S. Brown, both of Smithfield, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
William and Abby Simmons, at Warren. 

Journal of 
William G., Esq., of East Greenwich, and 

Susan C. Packard, daughter of Capt. 

Samuel, of North Kingstown, at Wickford, 

by Rev. Mr, Burge, 
Edward K., of Providence, and Celea Ann 

Francis, of and at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. 

Mr. Graves, 
Isaac G., of Coventry, and Almira J. Gibbs, 

daughter of Elijah, E.sq., of and at Ster- 
ling, Ct. Journal of 
Mary W., of Coventry, and Silas Wells, Jr., 

of Exeter, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 



Dec. 10 
Dec. 31 

Feb. 22 

March i 

May 10 

June 26 



Oct. 21, 


1827 


Nov. 4, 


1827 


Dec. 10, 


1827 


Jan. 29, 


1828 


Feb. I, 


1828 


March 25, 


1828 


April 21, 


1828 


April 27, 


1828 


Oct. 22, 


1828 


Nov. 17, 


1828 


Dec. 4, 


1828 


Dec. 22, 


1828 


Jan. 15, 


1829 


March 15, 


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1827 
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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 251 

BOWEN Aldiborontiphoscophorino, of I^^all 

River, and Andrew Fearing, merchant, of 

Boston, at Fall River, April 20, 1829 

BOWERS Elizabeth, of Capt. David, of Somer- 
set, Mass., and Capt. Thomas Baker, at 

Warren, Aug. 21, 1820 

Albert E. and Rachal Baker, both of See- 

konk, at Seekonk, Oct. 12, 1820 

Ann H., of Providence, and Capt. Lloyd 

l^owers, of Middletovvn, Ct., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker. Journal of April 4, 1822 

Capt. Lloyd, of Middletovvn, Conn., and 

Ann H. Bowers, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker. Journal of April 4, 1822 

William Allen, of Providence, and Ruth 

Willard Gurney, of Middlebury, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 16, 1823 
Content, of Swanzey, and Cromwell Bliss, 

Jr., of Rehoboth, at Swanzey, June 3, 1824 

Gertrude, youngest daughter of late Jona- 
than, and Joseph S. Chace, at Somerset, June 6, 1824 
Henry G., Esq., of Petersburg, Va. , and 

Ann Butler, of Daniel, of and at North- 
hampton. Journal of July 17, 1826 
Clarrissa Gardiner, of Havard, of Scituate, 

Mass., and Henry Learned, at lioston. 

Journal of Dec. 18. 1826 

George and Martha Read, both of Dighton, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 26, 1828 

Elizabeth and John Hart, both of Providence, 

at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 29, 1828 

BOWLER Daniel and Susan H. Hoppin, eldest 

daughter of Richard, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

all of Providence, Feb. 5, 1827 

Joseph J. and Alice Munro, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Jan. 2, 1828 

BOYD Capt. Andrew, of East Greenwich, and 

Miss Mary Bentley, of Providence, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 28, 1821 

Samuel, of Providence, and Deborah B. 

Dana, of and at North Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, Nov. 28, 1822 

Joseph and Betsey E. Luther, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, Feb. 2, 1824 

John and Ruth Tallman, of John, by Judge 

Cory, at Portsmouth, March 11, 1824 

Phebe M. and James B. Yarrington, printer, 

at Providence. Journal of Jan. 20, 1825 

Ann, of Portsmouth, and John Adams, of 

Bristol, at Portsmouth, April 5, 1829 



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BOYLE Phineas and Hannah Bancroft, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. David Benedict, 
BOYNTON John and Ann Burdick, both of 

Smithfield, at Cumberland, 
BRADFORD Mary L., of John, and Josiah 

Rowland, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 
Benjamin Wardwell and Jemima Gorham 

Peck, at St. Michael's Church, Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Eleanor, daughter of John, Esq., and Capt. 

Thomas Church, Jr., both of and at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Mann, 
Joseph R., of Bristol, and Mary Munro, of 

and at Portsmouth, by Judge Cory, 
Rebecca K. and Thomas Jefferson Gardiner, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, all of and at Provi- 
dence, 
Susan and Capt. William H. Moshier, both 

of Bristol. Journal of 
Sophia W. and Capt. Philip Davenport, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Charles I. and Elizabeth Coggeshall, of late 

Dr. John M., by Rev. Mr. Wight, all of 

and at Bristol, 
Mrs. Phidelia, daughter of Amhurst Kim- 
ball, of Glocester, and Robert W. Jenckes, 

of Providence, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, 
William and Rebecca Nooning, eldest 

daughter of Jonathan, all of and at Bristol, 

by Rev. Bishop Griswold, 
Martha K., of Providence, and John P. Tur- 

pin, of Boston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Sally J. and Lieut. Joseph W. Jarvis, U. S. 

Navy, at Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, 
BRADLEY Capt. William and Mrs. Abby L. 

Seamans, both of Providence, at Pawtuxet, 

by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
James, of New York, and Nancy Brintnall, 

of Boston, at New York, 
Ann Maria, "the fair champion of the 

wheel," and Frederick Turner, at Great 

Barrington, Mass. Journal of 
BRADSHAW Eleazer E. and Martha Walker, 

of Hon. Timothy, at Charlestown, Mass. 

Journal of 
BRAGG Henry and Amey Ballon, both of 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 



Oct. 12, 1828 
Sept. 14, 1828 
July 27, 1820 

Oct. 24, 1 82 1 

June I, 1823 
March 14, 1824 

Sept. 16, 1824 
Nov. 18, 1824 
May 15, 1825 

March 5, 1827 

May 10, 1827 

Aug. 2, 1827 
May 6, 1828 

Dec. 8, 1828 

Dec. II, 1821 
Oct. II, 1829 

Nov. 19, 1829 

Oct. 6, 1825 
Sept. 10, 1826 



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253 



BRAID Harriet and Marvin W. Fisher, at St. 

Paul's Church, North Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, Dec. 24, 1823 

Lucy L., of Pawtucket, and James Wilson, 

Jr., of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1827 

BRAIN A RD Lydia and Whitman Woodburn, 

by Livingstone Jenckes, Esq., at Warren, 

Penn. Journal of Feb. 2, 1824 

BRALEY Hannah and Thomas Hale, both of 

and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. 

Journal of Dec. 10, 1821 

BRAMAN Ann B., youngest daughter of Dr. 

Amasa, of Millbury, and Le Baron Put- 
nam, of Providence, at Millbury, by Rev. 

Joseph Goffe, June 26, 1821 

Major Isaac, of Norton, and Jemima P. 

Willis, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 

Cobb, Oct. 30, 1825 

BRAYMAN Emeline, of David, and Jeremiah 

Goodspeed, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Choules, June 7, 1829 

Lydia, of David, and William B. Peabody, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, June 7, 1829 

BRANCH William and Mary Lee, both of 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Nov. 13, 1820 

Stephen and Emily Cooley, eldest daughter 

of Capt. Chauncey, all of Providence, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Dec. 18, 1820 

Joseph and Lucy Tucker, of Watertown, at 

Attleboro, Oct. 26, 1822 

John and Maria Scoville, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Feb. 23, 1825 
Sarah B. and Nehemiah K. Aldrich, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, all of Cranston. Journal of Sept. 12, 1825 

Parmelia Ann, of late Col. Sanford, of Provi- 
dence, and William H. Sturtevant, Esq., of 

Pawtucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Jan. 2, 1826 

Amey G., of Cranston, and Elias Dean, of 

Plainfield, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, June 5, 1826 

Rebecca W. and Clarke Kendall, both of and 

at Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, Nov. 25, 1827 

Louisa, daughter of late Col. Sanford, of 

Providence, and George W. Hallett, late of 

Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 18, 1829 

BRANDT Philip J., of Troy, N. Y., and Mar- 
garet D. Brown, of late Capt. William S., 

of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, at 

Providence, June 7, 1825 



254 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BRAYTON Boulston and Freelove Tripp, both 

of and at Smithfield, Aug. 7, 1823 

Maria and John Carr, by Rev. Mr Shurtleff, 

all of and at Pawtuxet, March 17, 1824 

William, of Cranston, and Ann Sherman, of 

Warwick, at Warwick, Dec. 23, 1824 

Dr. Lloyd, of Providence, and Elizabeth N. 

Greene, of and at North Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Sept. 15, 1828 

Mary and John Smith, at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Manchester. Journal of April 9, 1829 

BREARLEY Eleanor Jones, daughter of Col. 

David, of Washington, D. C, and William 

L. Wharton, U. S. Army, at Washington, 

by Rev. Dr. Smallwood. Journal of Nov. 19, 1829 

BREED George, merchant, of Pittsburg, Penn., 

and Anna Williams, eldest daughter of 

Abiather, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 

Hamilton, Sept. 25, 1825 

BREESE Catharine W. and Lieut. Samuel R. 

Griswold, 2d Regiment U. S. Infantry, at 

Utica, N. Y. Journal of Jan. 31, 1820 

Thomas, purser, U. S. Navy, and Lucy Maria 

Randolph, of Richard K., all of Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, May 25, 1825 

BRENTON Adelina, eldest daughter of Scipio, 

of Providence, and Ceazer Gardiner, of 

Boston, colored, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker, Aug. 22, 1824 

BREWER John, bookseller, and Ruth Hall, 

both of this town, at Providence, Jan. 23, 1820 

Cyrus and Mrs. Elizabeth Brigman, by 

William B. Martin, Esq., all of and at 

Providence, Nov. 27, 1822 

John and Mary Wright, by Rev. Mr. Williams, May 18, 1823 
Rev. Josiah, late missionary to Greece, and 

Amelia Ann P'ield, daughter of Rev. D.D. 

Journal of Dec. 17, 1829 

BREWERTON Lieut. Henry, U. S. Corps of 

Engineers, and Caroline Louisa Knight, 

of late John, of Maryland, at Newport, July 20, 1826 

BRICKLEY Lydia P., of Capt. Henry, and 

William Mitchell, both of Providence, Sept. 5, 1824 

BRIDGE Elizabeth D., of Charlestown, Mass., 

and Dr. Charles Chapin, of Springfield, at 

Charlestown, Mass., May 8, 1827 

BRIDGHAM Fidelia, of West Boyleston, and 

Samuel Congdon, at Worcester, by Rev. 

Mr. Muell. Journal of Dec. 22, 1825 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 255 

BRIGHAM Eliza W.. of Hon. Samuel W., and 
Col. William S. Patten, all of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr Edes, Aug. 28, 1827 

Maria and Gilbert Macomber, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 11, 1827 

Lourilla and Benjamin B. Hill, at Worcester. 

Journal of March 19, 1829 

BRIERLY John and Sally Blake, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Journal of Dec. i, 1823 

BRIGGS Rev. Charles, of Lexington, Mass., and 
Eliza Casey, eldest daughter of Wanton, of 
East Greenwich, at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 14, 1820 

Joseph and Patience Perry, of Sylvester, at 

Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, Oct. 26, 1820 

Nancy and Simeon F. A. Newcomb, both of 

Providence, at Providence, Oct. 29, 1820 

Sarah R., of Warwick, and Rhodes Burke, of 
Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Oct. 14, 1 82 1 

Col. Thomas, of Providence, and Sarah 
Carpenter, of and at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Curtis, Oct. 21, 1821 

Stephen, of Attleboro, and Lydia Weeden, of 

North Providence, at Attleboro, Nov. 30, 1821 

Lavina, of Providence, and Halsey Miller, of 

Cumberland, Dec. 2, 1821 

Lydia, of Providence,and Christopher Knight, 
of Cranston, at Providence, by the Rev. 
Mr. Tatem, Jan. 6, 1822 

Mrs. Olive, of Providence, and Joseph Brow- 
nell, of Middletown, at Newport, Jan. 6, 1822 

Mrs. Sarah, of Providence, and Caleb 
Church, of Little Compton, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Parke, April 2, 1822 

Cordelia and William Springer, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Hart well, April 22, 1822 

Fones and Lousanna Guild, of Richard, both 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, May 5, 1822 

Amos and Sarah Ann Beverly, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, at Warwick, June 10, 1822 

Wanton A. and Celia A. Greene, daughter 
of late Capt. Benjamin, all of and at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. Journal 
of Sept. 26, 1822 

Amey G., of William, of Pawtuxet, and Wil- 
liam P. Arnold, of Providence, at Pawtuxet, 
by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 10, 1822 

Abel and Eliza Bennett, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, all of and at Pawtucket. Journal of May 8, 1823 



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BRIGGS Arnold, of Cranston, and Ann Eliza 
Gonsolve, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 

Lucinda, of Wellington, Mass., and Seabury 
Wheeler, at Rehoboth. Journal of 

Gideon C. and Marcy Greene, both of Cov- 
entry, by Rev, Mr. Wilson. Journal of 

Abby R., of late Benjamin, of East Green- 
wich, and Benajah Tourgee, of North 
Kingstown, at East Greenwich, by Rev. 
Mr. Gardiner, 

Mary Ann and Capt. Charles Spencer, by 
Rev. Pardon Tillinghast, at East Green- 
wich, 

Alcey and Capt. Alvin Jenckes, both of 
Central Falls, at Cumberland, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., 

Eliakin and Catharine B. Yerrington, of 
James, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, all of and at 
Providence, 

Ruby Ann and Christopher Vaughn, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, all of and at Providence, 

Mary M. and Daniel L. Barker, by Rev. Mr. 
Seaman, at Pawtuxet, 

Abby Eliza, only daughter of Lemuel W., 
Esq., and Jacob Babbitt, Jr., by Rev. 
Bishop Griswold, all of and at Bristol, 

Joseph, of Smithfield, and Mary Fletcher, 
eldest daughter of Thomas, of Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Job, Jr., and l^etsey Bailey, of Deacon Abra- 
ham, at Little Compton. Journal of 

Caroline, of Coventry, and Philip Fiske, of 
Providence, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, 

Edward C. and Sally L Avery, of Scituate, 
at Warwick. Journal of 

Caroline, of Daniel, and formerly of Dighton, 
and Philip Fiske, of Providence, at Cov- 
entry. Journal of 

Mrs. Thankful and James Hartwell, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Caroline, of Joseph, of Smithfield, and 
Edward J. Olney, at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Mr. Cheeney, 

Almira, of Pawtucket, and William Cameron, 
of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Greene, 
Thomas and Robey Hazard, of Westport, at 
Adamsville. Journal of 



June r, 1823 

Aug. 25, 1823 

Oct. 27, 1823 

May 20, 1824 

Nov. 7, 1824 

March 10, 1825 

Nov. 23, 1825 

March 16, 1826 

Sept 18, 1826 

Oct. 7, 1826 

Oct. 9, 1826 
Nov. 27, 1826 

May 20, 1827 
May 24, 1827 

June II, 1827 
Nov. 26, 1827 

Jan. I, 1828 

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257 



BRIGGS Sherman, late of Island of Trinidad, 
and Mary W. Kimball, third daughter 

of Dr. R , of Oxford, N. H., at New 

York, by Rev. Mr. Broadbent, 

BRIGHTMAN Hannah and Eleazer Sherman, 
both of Troy, Mass., at Newport. Journal 
of 
Phebe, of Pawtucket, and Jeremiah Brown, 

of Taunton, at Pawtucket. Journal of 
Hugh T. and Charlotte Burt, both of New- 
port, at Tiverton, 
Isaac and Susan Borden, daughter of 
Thomas, 2d, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Borden. Journal of 
Sarah, formerly of Westport, and James M. 
Warner, of and at Providence, by Rev.^ 
Mr. Waterman, 

BRIGMAN Mrs. Elizabeth and Cyrus Brewer,' 
by William B. Martin, Esq., all of and at 
Providence, 

BRINLEY Gertrude A., of Edward, of New- 
port, and Rev. Edwin Gilpm, of Aylesford, 
Nova Scotia, at Trinity Church, Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

BRINTNALL Nancy, of Boston, and James 
Bradley, ot and at New York, 

BRISTED John, Esq., and Magdalene Astor, 
eldest daughter of John Jacob Astor, at 
New York, by Rev. Bishop Hobart. Jour- 
nal of 

BRITTAIN William H., of Livermore, Me., 
and Elizabeth A. Williams, of and at 
Taunton, 
Phebe and Israel Purrington, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

BROOKS , niece of Gov. Brooks, of 

Massachusetts, and Capt. John Thompson, 
at Philadelphia, Penn. Journal of 
Elizabeth P., of New London, and Capt. 
Samuel S. Hopkins, of Providence, at 
New London. Journal of 
James G., editor of Morning Courier, of 
New York, and Mary Elizabeth Aiken, 
daughter of late John. Journal of 

BROTHERTON Maria and Christian Benson, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, 

BROWN James M. and Susan A. Howland, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal 
of 



Nov. 23, 12S9 

July 5, 1 82 1 

Oct. 2, 1826 

Aug. 23, 1827 

Oct. 18, 1827 

Jan. 26, 1829 

Nov. 27, 1829 

June 15, 1827 
Oct. II, 1829 

March 13, 1820 

Sept. 27, 1824 
Oct. II, 1827 

April 24, 1820 

Oct. 14, 1824 

Jan. 29, 1829 

Nov. 19, 1827 

March 9, 1820 



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BROWN 



-, sister of General Brown, and 



Thomas Y. Howe, Esq., at Brownville, N. 
Y. Journal of 

Samuel Norris, of Providence, and Angeline 
Jones, of Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Luther, 
at Rehoboth, 

Mrs. Lucy, of Providence, and John Martin, 
of Woodstock, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Benjamin, of Portsmouth, and Marcy Man- 
chester, of Thomas, of Middletown, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Journal of 

Eliza, of Col. Thomas, and Rufus Steere, all 
of Chepachet. Journal of 

James and Emily Putnam, of Col. Daniel, all 
of Brooklyn, Ct., Episcopal service. Jour- 
nal of 

Nicholas, Jr., and Abby Mason, eldest 
daughter of the late James B., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Freelove, of Joseph, of Smithfield, and Sam- 
uel B. Ashton, at Providence, 

Abraham, of Middletown, and Miss Lucy 
Little, of Little Compton, at Little 
Compton, 

Ebenezer P. and Miss Sallie Jillson, eldest 
daughter of Oliver, all of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Nathaniel and Miss Martha T. Kinnicutt, 3d 
daughter of Josiah, all of and at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 

Roxy, of Taunton, and Thomas Corey, of 
Wellington, at Wellington, by Israel An- 
thony, Esq. Journal of 

Lucy and Isaac Thurber, at Providence, 

Capt. John and Mrs. Maria Theresa Nichols, 
both of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., by 
Rev. Mr. Cranston, 

Sarah, 4th daughter of Nathan, Esq., and 
William Harris, all of and at Johnston, 

James and Mahala Pierce, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Samuel, Esq., and Ann S. Mason, of Dr. 
Joseph, all of and at Bristol, by Rev. Bar- 
nabas Bates, 

Lavina, of Jonathan, and Capt. Wooster Car- 
penter, all of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman, 

Catharine, of Elisha, of North Providence, 
and Freeman Fisher, of P'almouth, Mass., 



March 13, 1820 

March 19, 1820 

March 23," 1820 

March 27, 1820 
April 3, 1820 

April 27, 1820 

July 5, 1820 
July 27, 1820 

Jan. 16, 1 82 1 

April 3, 1 821 

April 12, 1 82 1 



April 12, 1821 
May 8, 1821 



July 5, 1821 
Aug. 26, 1 82 1 
Oct. 14, 1821 

Nov. 18, 1821 

Dec. 9, 1821 



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BROWN : 

at North Providence, by Rev, Mr. Tobey. 

Journal of 
Gurdon Perkins and Esther Dean, of and at 

Plainfield, by Rev. Orrin Fowler, 
Jesse and Lydia Jenckes, both of North 

Providence, at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft. Journal of 
Ann Carter, only daughter of Nicholas, Esq., 

and John Brown Francis, all of and at 

Providence, 
James, of Somerset, and Lydia Weaver, of 

Troy, Mass., by the Rev. Mr. Borden, at 

Troy Mass., 
Sarah and Capt. Stephen K. Rathbone, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mary, of Thomas, Esq., and Josiah G. Glad- 
ding, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Eliza C. and Granville Slack, at St. Paul's 

Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 

Journal of 
Hannah, of William, and John D. Williams, 

at South Kingstown. Journal of 
Riley and Mary Reynolds, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of Providence, 
Eliza, of Jesse, Esq., and John M. Capron, 

merchant, of Walden, N. Y., of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Samuel and Sarah Luther, of James, Esq., at 

Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor. Journal of 
Abraham and Almira Manchester, of Capt. 

James, "at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Colman. 

Journal of 
Amey and James Winsor, by Henry S. Mans- 
field, Esq., all of and at Smithfield, 
Godfrey, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Lucretia 

Averell, of and at Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. 

Porter. Journal of 
Richard A., of North Providence, and Julia 

R. Tracy, of Seekonk, at Ashford, Ct., 
Samuel and Mary Greenwood, eldest daughter 

of Isaac, of Providence, at New York. 

Journal of July lO 

Clarriet, of Smithfield, and Dr. George 

Capron, of North Providence, at Smithfield, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Journal of July 24 

Arthur F. and Elizabeth P. Rounds, at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, Oct. 5 
Allen and Martha Cole, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

all of and at Providence, Sept. 21 



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BROWN Abigail and Isaac B. Richmond, of 

Savannah, Ga., by Rev. Mr. Paine, at Little 

Compton, 
Mary L., daughter of late Edward, and Syl- 
vester S. Southworth, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Sarah, of Providence, and Capt. Jeremiah 

Jones, of Dighton, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, 
Ansel and Marcy Lassell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Journal 

of 
George G. and Zilpha Chace, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Valley Falls, 
Benedict, Jr., and Hannah Potter Spencer, 

of Dexter, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, all of and 

at Providence, 
Mary Ann, of John, and David B. Hood, of 

Somerset, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Amey, of North Kingstown, and Henry Sal- 
isbury, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
Francis and Hannah Bowen, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Stephen A., of Providence, and Naomi Har- 
ris, of Jonathan, of and at Smithfield, by 

Judge Mann, 
Sarah O., eldest daughter of Samuel, Esq., 

and Elhanan Martin, all of Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Patience, of late Benjamin, of Portsmouth, 

and David D. White, at Newport, 
Margaret D., of late Capt. William S., of 

Providence, and Philip J. Brandt, of Troy, 

N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, at Providence, 
Adam and Eliza S. Wall, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Sarah, of John, Esq., and Daniel Paine, at 

Little Compton. Journal of 
Ephraim and Mary Ann Allen, of Samuel, 

Esq., by Rev. Mr. Barney, all of and at 

Seekonk, 
Catharine, of late Philip, and William Wy- 

man, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, 
Eliza, of Little Compton, and Prescott Rice, 

of Framingham, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Zeolide W., of Wrentham, and Benjamin T. 

Foster, of Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Dexter, of Scituate, and Ann Maria Sheldon, 

of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, all 

of and at Providence, 



Sept. 25, 1823 

Nov, 9, 1823 

Nov. 9, 1823 

Dec. 29, 1823 
March 21, 1824 

Aug. 12, 1824 

Sept. I, 1824 

Oct. 3, 1824 

Oct. 25, 1824 

Feb. 20, 1825 

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May 12, 1825 



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Oct. 20, 1825 
Oct. 23, 1825 

Nov. 30, 1825 

April 6, 1826 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 261 

BROWN Olive, of Attleboro, and Joseph Munro, 

Jr., of Seekonk, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Pease, April 9, 1826 

Hon. Nathan and Susan Smith, of late Job, 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, July 16, 1826 

William L., of Providence, and Sally L. 

Munro, of Palmer Munro, of and at 

Warren, July 30, 1826 

Henry and Nancy B. Warren, of Major 

Russell, all of and at Bristol, Sept. 3, 1826 

Jeremiah, of Taunton, and Phebe Bright- 
man, of and at Pawtucket. Journal of Oct. 2, 1826 
Lyman, of Jewett's City, Ct., and Julia Day, 

of Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct. 11, 1826 

Lydia B., of late Elisha, of Tiverton, and 

Asa Pease, of ' New Bedford, at Tiverton. 

Journal of Oct. 16, 1826 

Samuel, Esq., of South Kingstown, and 

Amey Gardiner, of Vincent, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Oct. 29, 1826 

John, of Maryland, and Mary Beal, of Bristol, 

at Warren. Journal of Feb. 12, 1827 

Willard, of Oxford, and PZliza Stowell, of 

Boston, at Oxford. Journal of May 7 and 10, 1827 

Elnathan C , of Westerly, and Frances G. 

Hazard, of late John, Esq., of Newport, at 

North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, May 10, 1827 

Daniel and Candace Peirce, by Rev. Mr. 

Virgin, all of and at Somerset, May 17, 1827 

George U., of North Providence, and Mary 

V. Beebe, of Johnston, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict. Journal of June 4, 1827 

Joseph C, of Baltimore, and Susan I. Hunt, 

of Peter, of Seekonk, at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Barney, June 18, 1827 

Sila and Otis Whipple, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Sept. 16, 1827 
Joseph M., of Newport, and Maria Terry, of 

and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 10, 1827 

James D. and Lydia T. Shaw, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 18, 1827 

Lydia and William B. Tilley, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Virgin, Nov. 29, 1827 

Alfred and Matilda S. B. Ellis, of James E., 

at Providence, Dec. 29, 1827 

William and Ann Williams, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 24, 1828 

Benjamin J. and Eunice S. Barker, of Gideon, 

all of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Way- 
land, Jan. 27, 1828 



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BROWN Thomas and Hannah H. Bean, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Feb. 3, 1828 

Rebecca M., daughter of late Capt. John, 
and John S. Davidson, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, March 6, 1828 

George, of Coventry, and Miranda Johnson, 
of James, of and at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., March 16, 1828 

Albert and Mary B. Eaton, both of and at 

Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Bancroft, March 30, 1828 

William, of Worcester, and Louisa Gladding, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 2, 1828 

Gushing and Eliza Freeman, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, April 24, 1828 

George C. and Sarah Ann Stanton, of Sam- 
uel, Esq., at Charlestown, ' May i, 1828 

William A. and Nabby Peton, ?X Chatham, 

Ct. Journal of May 12, 1828 

Hermon and Nancy P. Tovvne, both of North 

Providence, at Providence, Aug. 3, 1828 

Christopher, of Pawtucket, and Nancy J. 
Armstrong, of Norwich, Ct,, at Providence, 
by Stephen Branch, I£sq., Aug. 31, 1828 

John Smith and Ann Rounds, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Oct. 13, 1828 

William A., Publisher of the Toilet, and Char- 
lotte Nichols, daughter of Charles, formerly 
of Nantucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Sanborn, Oct. 19, 1828 

Sally S. and Brown Bowen, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 22, 1828 

Lydia G. and James LeBarron, Esq., at War- 
wick, Nov. 10, 1828 

William and Mehitable H. Prout, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 15, 1828 

George S. and Mary Ann Rawson, daughter 
of Joseph, Esq., at Barrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Welsh, Jan. 6, 1829 

Gideon and Mary Ann S. Hart, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Jan. 26, 1829 

Sayles, of Providence, and Eliza S. Seattle, 
_ of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
^ Waterman, Feb. 12, 1829 

James S. and Sarah P. Gridley, at Smithfield, 

by Rev. Mr. Frieze, Feb. 26, 1829 

Lieut. Thomas Skinner, U. S. Corps of En- 
gineers, and Anna Scott Mann, of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, April 21, 1829 

Reuben and Julia Ann Chace, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Dec, 20, 1829 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 263 

BROWN John Edwin and Abby C. Field, daugh- 
ter of Richard M., at Providence, by Rev. C— 
Mr. Waterman, at Pacific Congregational 
Church, Dec. 24, 1829 

BROWNELL Mary and Samuel Anthony, at 

Newport, Jan. 26, 1820 

James and Lydia Church, both of Little 
Compton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Hitch- 
cock, June 6, 1820 

Christopher, of Westport, and Mary Cifandall, 
of Stephen, of Tiverton, at Tiverton. 
Journal of Nov. 6, 1820 

Dr. Richmond and Miss Harriet Church, 
daughter of Capt. Gamaliel, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 19, 1821 

Joseph, of Middletown, and Mrs. Olive 

Briggs, of Providence, at Newport, Jan. 6, 1822 

Oliver and Sarah Greene, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Feb. 7, 1822 

Martha, of Portsmouth, and Thomas T. Cor- 
nell, at Newport. Journal of May 20, 1822 

Abraham and Phebe Tripp, at Westport. 

Journal of May 22, 1823 

Eliza and Howland Tripp, at Westport. Jour- 
nal of May 22 and 26, 1823 

Abraham and Phebe Tripp, at Westport. 

Journal of May 26, 1823 

Amey and Charles Hadwen, at Friends 

House, Somerset. Journal of Sept. 18, 1823 

Clarrissa and Isaac Wilcox, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, at Providence, Oct. 8, 1823 

Harriet B., of late Sylvester, and Nathaniel 

H. Langley, at Newport. Journal of Jan. r, 1824 

Peleg, of Little Compton, and Desire Tripp, 
at Westport. Journal of Feb. 12, 1824 

Joshua, of Troy, Mass., and Orpah Bennett, 

of and at Tiverton, Oct. 20, 1824 

Capt. Samuel, of Westport, and Sarah Almy, 
of Capt. Job, late of Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 
Peckham. Journal of Nov. 4, 1824 

Phebe C, of late William, and Daniel Hen- 

drick, at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, Esq., June 24, 1825 

Edward P., of East Haddam, Ct., and An- 
stress Cole, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Barney. Journal of May 22, 1826 

Julia Ann, of late Capt. Paul, and George W. 

Taylor, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, March 12, 1827 

Thomas, of Tiverton, and Mary A. Haswell, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 11, 1827 

Stephen and Mary A. Marshall, both of and 

at Providence, Aug. 5, 1829 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BROWNING Major Potter and Miss Martha F. 
Clarke, of William C, of South Kings- 
town, R. I., at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 
Sterry, 
Mary F., of Joseph, of Middletown, and Will- 
iam Smith, at Newport, 
Mrs. Sarah W. and Benjamin W. Hendrick, 
by Rev. Mr. Cutler, all of and at Provi- 
dence, 
Capt. Beriah G., of Bristol, and Marian Will- 
ard, of and at Warren. Journal of 
BRUCE Betsey and Samuel Taylor, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Valley Falls, 
BRUSH Mrs. Frances and Col. Nathan Myers, 

at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
BUCCLEUGH Duke of and Lady Charlotte 
Thynne, daughter of the Marquis of Bath, 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
BUCK Erastus, of Killingly, and Esther W. Con 
verse, of and at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. 
Dow, 
BUCKLAND Julia and Talman Rider, at Man- 
chester, Ct. Journal of 
BUCKLIN Nathan and Abigail Proctor, of Na- 
thaniel, both of and at Olneyville, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
Lydia Scott, of Smithfield, and Bela Lincoln, 
of North Providence, at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
George and Mrs. Lydia B. Osgood, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
BUDLONG Philip and Mary D. Wills, of Capt. 
Charles, of Richmond, Va., at Richmond, 
Va. Journal of 
Joseph S., of Cranston, and Mary Ann 
Arnold, third daughter of Ephraim, P3sq., 
of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 
Susan, youngest daughter of Samuel, of 
Cranston, and Alvin Arnold, of Warwick, 
at Cranston. Journal of 
George W. and Maria Budlong, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, all of and at Warwick, 
John S. and Lucy Budlong, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, all of and at Warwick, 
Lucy and John S. Budlong, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, all of and at Warwick, 
Maria and George W. Budlong, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, all of and at Warwick, 
Col. Samuel and Sarah A. Whitman, of Gen. 
Reuben, both of Warwick, Journal of 



Dec. 25, 1820 
March 21, 1824 

Sept. II, 1824 

Aug. 18, 1825 

March 27, 1825 

Sept. 21, 1824 

Aug. 12, 1829 

Nov. 5, 1823 
Aug. 6, 1829 

Feb. 17, 1822 

Jan. I, 1824 
Nov. 29, 1827 

July 6, 1820 

Aug. 18, 1822 

Feb. 13, 1823 
Sept. 28, 1823 
Sept. 28, 1823 
Sept. 28, 1823 
Sept. 28, 1823 
April 12, 1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 265 

BUDLONG James E. and Abby Johnson, of 

Capt. John, of Newport, at Providence, June 20, 1825 

John A., of Cranston, and Rachel Albro, of 

Coventry, at Cranston, by Rev Mr. Tatem. 

Journal of Aug. i, 1825 

Amos and Abby Card, both of and at War- 
wick, Jan. I, 1826 
Celia, daughter of Stephen, and Samuel 

Nichols, of Providence, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Kent, June 22, 1828 

Celia A. and Joseph R. Budlong, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Jan. 8, 1829 
Holden and Ophelia E. Field, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Jan. 8, 1829 

Joseph R. and Celia A. Budlong, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Jan. 8, 1829 

Samuel, Jr., of Cranston, and Rachael Martin, 

of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 15, 1829 

BUFFUM Mrs. Mary and Thomas Mowry, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Journal of Jan. 22, 1821 
Benjamin and Hannah Taft, both of and at 

Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson, May 5, 1822 

Horace and Mary Rhodes Page, of Capt. 

Martin, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at 

Providence, Oct. 3, 1826 

Earle, of New Hampshire, and Almira 

Arnold Stafford, of and at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, • April 15, 1828 

BUFFINGTON Eunice G., of Swanzey, and 

George W. Anthony, of Somerset, at 

Swanzey, by John Mason, Esq. Journal 

of Jan. 2, 1823 

Rebecca, of Swanzey, and Allen Chandler, of 

Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, Jan. 3, 1824 

Elvira and Merchant I-5aker, by Rev. Mr. 

Allen, all of and at Pawtucket, Dec. 8, 1825 

Alfred S. and Ann Maria Houswell, at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April i, 1827 

Benjamin, of Swansea, and Martha T. 

Luther, of late Joseph, of and at Somerset. 

Journal of Oct. 18, 1827 

Daniel, 2d, and Mary Reynolds, of Thomas, 

both of and at Troy, Mass. Journal of Oct. 18, 1827 

Oliver and Elizabeth Reynolds, at Fall 

River. Journal of May 11, 1829 

George W. and Sarah G. Westcott, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Warne, Sept. 27, 1829 
Phebe and Leonard Wood, at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, Fall River, Nov. 11, 1829 



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BUGBEE Rachal, of Woodstock, and Thomas 
M. Williams, of Brooklyn, Ct., at Wood- 
stock. Journal of June 30, 1823 

James H., of Providence, and Miranda 
Keach, of Glocester, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 28, 1825 

Capt. Chester and Lucretia Williams, at 

Attleboro, May 24, 1826 

BUGBY Nancy, of Thomas, of Woodstock, and 
Daniel C. Pearson, of Providence, at 
Woodstock, Ct., Jan. 23, 1820 

BULL Mary and John Olmstead, at Hartford. 

Journal of May 7, 1827 

Sarah T., of Henry, and William G. Ham- 
mond, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton, Jan. 21, 1828 

BULLARD Mary, of Pepperell, Mass., and Dr. 

S. Blanding, at Camden, S. C. Journal of Oct. 30, 1823 

Samuel P., of Ware, and Mary Ann Burr, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 23, 1824 

BULLER Charlotte H., daughter of late 
Thomas Buller, Esq., and Edward Butler, 
of Boston, of and at Plainfield, Ct., Sept. 22, 1822 

BULLETT Mary Ann and Gen. H Atkin- 
son, U. S. Army, at Louisville, Ky. Jour- 
nal of Feb. 9, 1826 
BULLOCK Lydia, of Abel, and Enock Fowler, 
all of Rehoboth, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Thompson, Nov. 26, 1820 

Thomas and Sarah Almy Willis, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Alvan Cobb. Journal of Jan. 11, 1821 

Bradford and Martha C. Davis, youngest 
daughter of late Capt. John, at Wellington, 
Mass., Oct. 21, 1821 

Mary A. and Ira K. Miller, all of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, June 17, 1822 

Timothy and Phebe Chace, both of Reho- 
both, at Swanzey, by James Luther, Esq. 
Journal of Dec. 16, 1822 

Cyrus and Polly Follett, eldest daughter of 

Robert, P^sq., all of Rehoboth. Journal of June 9, 1823 

Mary P., of Jabez, at Seekonk, and William 
Blanding, of Providence, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Barney, Oct. 20, 1825 

Stephen and Eliza Mason, both of Swanzey, 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, April 4, 1827 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Richmond, Esq., 
and Edward Pearce, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1827 



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BULLOCK Almira W., of Swanzea, and Level 
Maxwell, of Seekonk, at Swanzea, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, Nov. 4 

William P. and Sarah Pearce, only daughter 
of Capt. Nathaniel, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Dec. 11 

BUMP Julia Stanton, eldest daughter of Nathan- 
iel, and Jeremiah A. Baker, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wane, April 28 

Caroline Sumner, second daughter of Na- 
thaniel, and William E. Clarke, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Warren, July 29 

BUNCE F. W., Esq., of Detroit, Michigan, and 
Louisa Ann, daughter of Mr. John T. 
Duryee, of and at New York, by Rev. 
Mr.'Matthais, Sept. 13 

BUNDY Charles and Keziah Simmons, of 
Darius, Esq., at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Nichols, April 2 

BUNKER Capt. Robert S. and Eliza Ann 

Stagg, both of and at New York, Jan. 2 

Charles and Jane Allen, at Edgartown. 

Journal of May 7 

Caroline and Thomas Hyde, both of New 

Bedford, at Smithfield, Jan. 22 

BUNN Lydia Wheeler, of Pawtucket, and John 
Warsley, of Canton, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 6 

BURBANK Amelia, daughter of Elijah, and 
Austin Denny, Esq., attorney at law, at 
Worcester, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Hull, May 22 

BUR BECK Susan and Ebenezer Hay ward, at 

Mendon. Journal of March 5 

BURCE Mrs Maria and Ezra Carpenter, all of 
and at Cumberland, by Jabez Amesbury, 
Esq., Dec. 9 

Mary H., of Cumberland, and Pardon H. 
Armington, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
Mary H., of Cumberland, and Pardon H. 
Armington, of Providence, 

BURCHARD Eli and Sarah D. Sears, both of 
and at Smithfield, 

BURDICK Mary, of Rev. Henry, and Philip 
Saunders, of Westerly, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Burdick, 
Martha and John A. Salisbury, both of 
Attleboro, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, 
Isabella and James Potter, by Rev. Mr. 
Merritt, all of and at Providence, 



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BURDICK Sarah Ann, of Rev. Henry, of New- 
port, and Benjamin Congdon, of James- 
town, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Burdick, 

Isaac V. and Ann Stanhope, daughter of late 
Edward, at Newport. Journal of 

Susan F., of late Lawton, and Charles 
Kaighn, at Newport. Journal of 

Josiah Otis and Eliza Shearman, of Elijah, at 
Newport. Journal of 

Truman and Elizabeth B. Greenman, of late 
John, at Newport. Journal of 

Ray and Eliza Spooner, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
a't Newport, 

George and Mary F. Simmons, of Edward, 
by Rev. Mr. Gammell, all of and at New- 
port, 

Jonathan T. and Mary Armstrong, at New- 
port. Journal of 

David M. and Mehitable Gustoff, both of 
and at Newport, 

Elizabeth Ann and Arnold H. Lake, both 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey. 
Journal of 

Perren, of Troy, N. Y., and Mary C. Cundall, 
daughter of late Hon. Joseph, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Ashley J. and Betsey Smith, of Cumberland, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Cutler. Jour- 
nal of 

Ann and John Boynton, both of Smithfield, 
at Cumberland, 

Albert, of Charlestown, and Rebecca Allen, 
of South Kingstown, at Jamestown, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of 
BURDEN Reuben and Celia Ann Metcalf, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
BURDON Melinda, of Rehoboth, and Rev. 
Augustus B. Read, of Troy, Mass., at Reho- 
both, by Rev. James O. Barney, 

Emeline, of Capt. Abner, and Benjamin Le- 
Valley, at Fall River. Journal of 
BURGE Rev. Lemuel, of Connecticut, and Eliz- 
abeth F. Shaw, of Dr. William G., of 
North Kingstown, at Wickford, by Rev. 
Dr. Wheaton, 
BURGESS Danforth, of Pawtucket, and Miss 
Mary Ann Williams, of Smithfield, at Paw- 
tucket, 

Welcome A., Esq., and Eleanor Burrill, 
daughter of late Hon. James, Jr., by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, all of Providence, 



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1823 


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1823 


Oct. 2, 


1823 


May 12, 


1825 


May 12, 


1825 


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1825 


Dec. 25, 


1825 


March 5, 


1827 


Sept. 2, 


1827 



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March 13, 


1828 


Sept. 14, 


1828 


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1829 


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1820 


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1826 


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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 269 

BURGESS Daniel, of Hartford, and Paulina S. 

Dean, of and at Plainfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Fowler. Journal of March 19, 1827 

Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Peter, and 

Robert Peirce, both of and at Little Comp- 

ton, Nov. 29, 1827 

William, of Providence, and Mary Tew, of 

and at Newport. Journal of Jan. 7, 1828 

Benjamin P. and Mary Hawkins, at Provi- 
dence, July 23, 1828 
Charles A. and Mary C. Worth, at Nan- 
tucket. Journal of Aug. 24, 1829 
BURKE Rhodes, of Coventry, and Sarah R. 

Briggs, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, Oct. 14, 1821 

Mary and John Field, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, all of and at Providence, April 22, 1827 
Europa and Alexander Allen, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1829 

BURLING Harriet B. and Thomas Kinnicutt, 

Jr., Attorney at Law, at Worcester, by 

Rev. Dr. Bancroft. Journal of Oct. 29, 1827 

BURLING AM E Olney and Nancy Mason, of 

Dea. George, all of Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, Dec. 30, 18 19 

Capt. Caleb and Mrs. Rachel Knight, both 

of Cranston, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, June 8, 1820 

Major Richard and Eliza Ann Aldrich, of 

Richard, at Glocester. Journal of July 3, 1820 

Lyman and Alpha Cooke, of Major Zebina, 

all of Cumberland, at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter. Journal of Oct. 9, 1820 

Esek and Mary Thornton, at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague, Dec. 25, 1820 

Merilla, of Glocester, and Charles Enos 

Swan, of Smithfield, at Glocester, by Rev. 

Mr. White, ' June 19, 1822 

Susan, of Olney, and Asa Steere, both of 

and at Smithfield, Nov. 16, 1823 

Waldo and Henrietta Young, at Killingly, 

Ct., Sept, 29, 1825 

Ray G., of Cranston, and Matilda W. Dicker- 
son, of Seekonk, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtleff, May 14, 1826 

William and Hannah Torrey, daughter of 

Capt. William, at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. 

Atkins, Jan. i, 1828 

Celinda, daughter of David, of Scituate, and 

Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, of East 



270 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BURLINGAME: 

Greenwich, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

VVestcott, June i8, 1828 

BURNETT Naomi and Alden Pabodie, by Rev. 

Mr. Murdock, at Canterbury, Ct., Sept. 14, 1826 

BURNHAM Joshua P.. Esq., cashier, U. S. 

Branch Bank at Hartford, and Emily 

Johnson, daughter of Gen. Jedediah, of 

and at Canterbury, Ct., Sept. 22, 1825 

John T., of Exeter, N. H., and Cordelia 

Dean, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr, 

Wilson, Oct. 22, 1828 

BURR George T. and Nancy Dana, of Jaykill, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Nov. 23, 1820 

Laura, youngest daughter of Col. James, of 

Providence, and Comfort Tiffany, of 

Charlton, Mo., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Aug. 13, 1 82 1 

Martha, of Caleb H., Esq., and Capt. Edwin 

Peck, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, all of and 

at Rehoboth, Dec. 2, 1822 

P^anny H. and John W. Dana, both of and at 

Providence. Journal of Jan. 2, 1823 

William W. and Mary D. Salisbury, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, Feb. 26, 1824 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and Samuel P. 

Bullard, of Ware, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Sept. 23, 1824 

Capt. Henry L. and Caroline M. Dean, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, at Providence, May 19, 1825 

Samuel and Mary Ann Perry, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Dec. 3, 1826 

Capt. Gersham and Mary E. Norris, at 

Bristol. Journal of Jan. 11, 1827 

BURRELL Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 

the late Hon. James, and George Curtis, 

cashier of the Exchange Bank, at Provi- 
dence, by the Rev. Mr. Edes, March 6, 182 1 
James, 2d, of Providence, and Perris N. 

Makepeace, of and at Saugus, Mass., by 

Rev. Mr. Hedding, June 16, 1822 

Eleanor, daughter of the late Hon. James, 

Jr., and Welcome A. Burgess, Esq., all of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1826 

Amelia Smith, daughter of late George, 

Esq., and Dr. Francis L. Wheaton, of 

Central Falls, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, Aug. 3, 1828 

Sarah P., daughter of late Hon. James, and 

William S. Fearing, of New York, mer- 
chant, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 17, 1829 



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BURROUGH Ann, of Capt. John, deceased, and 

Edward Cole Wade, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

at Providence, 
BURROUGHS Mary G., of Greene, and James 

C. Sherman, at Newport. Journal of 
Samuel and Mary Sherman, of Capt. Will- 
iam, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
James and Mary Armington, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, all of Providence, 
Peleg and Eliza Ann Bigley, of Capt. John, 

at Newport. Journal of 
Mary Ann, daughter of late William G., and 

Thomas A. Townsend, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Norris, 
Catharine and Joel L. Barlow, at Newport. 

Journal of 
William, of Providence, and Hannah Read, 

of and at Pawtucket, at St. Paul's Church, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Ann Frances, eldest daughter of Robert S., 

and Henry F. Leonard, of New York, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
BURROWS Edwin and Sarah Ann Gibbs, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, 
BURRUS Sally, of Capt._ Thomas, of Killingly, 

Ct., and Lieut. Henjamin C. Potter, of Cov- 
entry, at Coventry, by Obed Perkins, Esq., 
BURT Thomas, of Rehoboth, and Elizabeth 

Harvey, of Taunton, at Rehoboth, 
Sybil and Milton Paull, at Taunton. Journal 

of 
Sylvester and Susan Spinney, by Rev. Mr. 

Hamilton, of Taunton, at Taunton, 
Archalsodona, of Taunton, and Josiah Shap- 

ley, of Boston, at Taunton. Journal of 
Archalsodona, of Taunton, and Jonathan 

Shapley, of Boston, at Taunton. Journal 

of 
and William S. Phillips, both of Taunton, 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Mary, of Taunton, and Lieut. Bradford Hath- 
away, of Wellington, Mass., at Taunton, by 

Rev. Mr, Hamilton, 
Sarah B., of Norfolk Co., Va., and Henry 

Moore, Jr., of Newport. Journal of 
Sarah Ann and Henry Congdon, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, all of Providence, 
Eliza, of Frederick, and George Popple, by 

Rev. Mr. Gammell, all of and at Newport, 
Mira and Enock B, Hathaway, at Taunton. 

Journal of 



Jan. 9, 


1820 


April 4, 


1822 


Sept. 15, 


1822 


May 22, 


1825 


July 10, 


1826 


Jan. 28, 


1828 


/[arch 13, 


1828 



May 22, 



Aug. 28, 


1828 


Oct. 18, 


1825 


Oct. I, 


1820 


Nov. 15, 


182 [ 


Jan. 12, 


1824 


March 17, 


1825 


April 28, 
May 5, 


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1825 


Sept. 29, 


1825 


Oct. 9, 


1825 


Dec. 12, 


1825 


Oct. 17, 


1826 


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Aug. 13, 


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272 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BURT Charlotte and Hugh T. Brightman, both 

of Newport, at Tiverton, Aug. 23, 1827 

BURTON Alexander H. and Amelia Marchant, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Sept. i, 1823 

Rufus, of Somersworth, N. H., and Rebecca 
S. Smith, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Nov. 13, 1827 

BUSH Ann H., of Robert, and Peter Chase, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, March 9, 1820 

Richard and Mrs. Sarah Crandall, at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Elton, Aug. 13, 1820 
Thomas, Jr., and Sally Ward, of Nicholas, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Sept. 15, 1822 

Maria B., of Boston, and Samuel Bodge, of 

Providence, at Boston. Journal of July 14, 1825 

Abby L. and William H. Topham, both of 

and at Newport, Feb. 3, 1828 

BUSHEE Anne Eliza, eldest daughter of 
Luther, of Providence, and William H, 
Marsh, of Newport, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Benedict, July 5, 1827 

BUSSEY Abby, of Mendon, and Elias Balkcom, 

of Cumberland, at Mendon, April 24, 1823 

BUTLER Edward, of Boston, and Charlotte H., 
daughter of late Thomas Butler, Esq., of 
and at Plainfield, Ct., Sept. 22, 1822 

Abner and Penelope Hopkins, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at Providence, July 23, 1823 

Ann, of Daniel, of Northampton, and Henry 
G. Bowers, Esq., of Petersburg, Va., at 
Northampton. Journal of July 17, 1826 

Mrs. Eliza B. and John A. Bisbett, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, April 2, 1828 

Nancy P. and William A. Greene, of Savan- 
nah, Ga., at Westfield, Mass., by Rev. 
Mr. Knapp, Aug. 28, 1828 

BUTMAN Eliza, of Providence, and David B. 

Warren, of Pawtucket, Nov. 26, 1828 

BUTTERFIELD George W. and Sarah H. 

Taggart, of Saugus, Mass., at Boston, Nov. 15, 1829 

BUTTERWOOD John and Caroline Draper, at 

Pawtucket. Journal of April 21, 1828 

BUTTERWORTH John and Lois Waldron, 
both of Wellington, at Taunton. Jour- 
nal of May 19, 1S23 
James Harvey and Betsey E. Bowen, of 
James, deceased, all of and at Warren, by 
the Rev. Mr. Rexford, June 26, 1827 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 273 

BUTTS Peleg, of New Bedford, and Lydia Ide, 

of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Aug. 7, 1820 

Samuel W. and Lucy Ann Hidden, all of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 4, 1821 

Henry, of Providence, and Elcey Ann Smith, 

of and at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey. Journal of July 18, 1822 

Lydia and Stephen H. Bennett, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, May 19, 1824 

Mrs. Martha and Gardiner Mason, P2sq., both 

of Troy, Mass., at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 

Wright. Journal of Dec. 31, 1827 

William T. and Sabrina A Rider, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, — April 3, 1828 
Peleg and Mrs. Patience Kelley, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, July 7, 1828 



CADY Clarrissa and John Laha, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Fifield, Feb. 20, 1820 

Harriet, of late Jonathan, and George C. 

Fisher, all of and at Killingly, Ct. Journal 

of April 27, 1820 

Sally and Alexander McFarland, both of 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 4, 1820 

Calvin, of Providence, and Martha Young, of 

Scituate, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone, June 4, 1820 

John C. and Lucy M. Nichols, both of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Oct. 8, 1820 
Almira, of Joseph, Esq., and Thomas 

Backus, Esq., of Sterling, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 10, 1821 
Jonathan and Eliza Petty, of late David, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Merritt. Journal 

of May 15, 1823 

Clarrissa C, of Josiah, of Providence, and 

William Gondell, of Alexandria, D. C., at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Parke, July 4, 1823 

Lawton, of Warwick, and Louisa B. Hill, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 23, 1825 

Ann, of Warwick, and Charles Mowry, of 

Mendon, Jan. i, 1826 

Isaac H , of Providence, and Maria L. 

Hutchens, youngest daughter of Col. 

Hutchens, ot and at Killingly, Ct., Jan. 31, 1827 



274 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CADY Ann Eliza, of Providence, and Thomas 

H. Calvert, of Charleston, S. C, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, May 14, 1827 
Lucretia and John A. Foster, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 10, 1828 

Laura C, daughter of Deacon Josiah, and 
v^ Roswell C. Smith, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Waterman, Feb. 25, 1828 

Eliza and Sanford Mowry, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq. Journal of Jan. 12, 1829 

CAHOONE Phebe, of Stephen, Esq., and Capt. 

Joseph Phillips, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Patten, May 4, 1820 

Lucinda, of Smithfield, and Samuel Slocum, 

of North Providence, at Smithfield, Aug. 10, 1823 

CALAHAN Michael and Mary S. Freeborn, of 

Henry, at Newport. Journal of Aug. 11, 1822 

CALDER Charlotte and George Read, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, Nov. 6, 1821 

John and Lydia Peck, by Rev. Mr. Baker, all 

of and at Providence, June 5, 1823 

William, of Charlestown, Mass., and Mary 

Whitmarsh, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Farley, July 23, 1829 

CALVERT Mehitable, of Capt. William, and 

Galen Taylor, at Newport, Feb. i, 1825 

Thomas H., of Charleston, S. C, and Ann 

Eliza Cady, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent, May 14, 1827 

CAMERON James and Nancy Hale Wallis, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, at Pawtucket, Jan. 30, 1825 

William, of Smithfield, and Almira Briggs, 

of Pawtucket, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, Aug. 31, 1828 

CAMPBELL Matthew, of Seekonk, and Miss 

Margaret Peck, of and at Attleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Carrique, May 17, 1821 

Rev. Thomas and Mrs. Pembroke Paul. He 

had attended the funeral of his first wife in 

the morning, and married his second in 

the evening of the same day, in Missouri. 

Journal of Dec. 23, 1822 

John and Mrs. Mary Ormsbee, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Dec. 9, 1827 

James and Hannah Smith, both of and at 

Providence, F"eb. 14, 1828 

Thomas, of Providence, and Harriet Evans, 

of and at Smithfield, June 7, 1829 

CANTINE Maria Catharine, of Caroline, N. Y., 

and William S. Aldrich, of Dryden, N. Y., 

formerly of Providence, at Carolme, F'eb. 26, 1826 



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275 



CAPRON Nancy and Frederick Andrews, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 8 

William C. and Chloe Day, of Daniel, at 

Uxbridge. Journal of Nov. 5 

John M., merchant, of Walden, N. Y., and 

Eliza Brown, of Jesse, Esq., of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 21 

Edwin, of Smithfield, and Deborah Angell, 

of Olney, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Sprague. Journal of Jan. 9 

David T., of Uxbridge, and Mary Ann 

Thompson, of Peter, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Gano, April 4 

Dr. George, of North Providence, and 

Clarriet Brown, of and at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey. Journal of 
Lemuel and Eunice Jillson, by William 

Whipple, E^sq., all of and at Cumberland, 
Curnel B., of Providence, and Susan Potter, 

of James, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Eliza and Abijah B. Thomas, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
CARD Jeremiah and Sarah Snow, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Hannah and Henry C. Hill, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Merrett, 
Abby and Amos Budlong, both of and at 

Warwick, 
Julia Ann and George A. Dawless, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, all of and at Providence, 
Charles and Zilpha Watson, at Coventry. 

Journal of 
CARDER Sarah A. and David R. Arnold, both 

of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
CAREY Abraham B., of New York, and Sybil 

B. Simmons, of Harvey, of and at Provi- 
dence, bv Rev. Dr. Edes, July 16 
CARGILL VVillard and Mary F. Cottrell, both 

of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, Feb. 20 

Susan, of Cumberland, and Ambrose Osborne, 

of Springfield, at Cumberland, May 28 

Jason and Electa Mason, of Dea. George, all 

of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 13 
Mary and Alfred Greyson, at Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 6 

CARLILE Nancy D., youngest daughter of Col. 

John, and Capt. William Magee, all of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Sept. 25 



July 24, 


1823 


Jan. 27, 


1824 


June I, 


1828 


June 21, 


1829 


May 25, 


1820 


April 22, 


1823 


Jan. I, 


1826 


Feb. 18, 


1827 


P^eb. 4, 


1828 


Nov. 3, 


1822 



1820 
I82I 

1822 

1823 
1825 



1827 

1822 
1826 
1822 

1828 
I82I 



276 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CARLILE Edward and Hannah Thompson, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
CARLTON Sarah R. and Hezekiah Hawkins, 

formerly of Providence, at Franklin, 
CARNES John, of New York, and Ann Eliza 

Fenner, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Church, 
CARNEY Bartholomew West, aged 86 years, 

and Mrs. Hannah Greene, aged 52 years, 

at Boston. Journal of 
CARPENTER Ansel, of Attleboro, and Deborah 

Patt, of Benjamm, of Cumberland, at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Loring and Nancy Walcott, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Capt. Earl, of Providence, and Sarah Ann 

Harris, of Cranston, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, 
Hope and Major George Vaughn, both of 

and at Coventry, by Rev. Charles Stone, 
Maria, of Daniel, Esq., and Royal Chapin, 

both of and at Uxbridge, 
Sarah, of Cranston, and Col. Thomas Briggs, 

of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Curtis, 
Ezra and Mrs. Maria Burse, all of and at 

Cumberland, by Jabez Amesbury, Esq., 
Capt.Wooster and Lavina Brown, of Jonathan, 

all of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
James and Cynthia Kelton, both of Attleboro, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. 

Journal of 
Prudence and Edward Waterman, at Johns- 
ton, 
Charlotte and Dea. Sylvanus Newman, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Thomas F., Esq., of Providence, and Mary 

Atkins, only daughter of Rev. Elisha, at 

Killingly, 
Sarah P. andjosiah Short, both of Rehoboth. 

Journal of 
William W. and Sarah Ann Young, of Dan- 
iel, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Jeremiah and Mrs. Susannah Mathewson, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Mertilla, daughter of Caleb, of Rehoboth, 

and William Winslow, of Freetown, at Re- 
hoboth. Journal of 
Catharine and Samuel Newell, 3d, by Rev. 

Mr. Killam, at Attleboro, 



Sept. 25, 1827 
Aug. 19, 1827 

Nov. 27, 1828 

Nov. 27, 1826 

Feb. 10, 1820 
June 20, 1820 

Oct. 26, 1820 

March 25, 1821 

May 16, 1821 

Oct. 21, 1821 
Dec. 9, 1 82 1 
Dec. 9, 1 82 1 

Jan. 17, 1822 

March 13, 1823 

April 29, 1823 

June 10, 1823 

Sept. 15, 1823 

Dec. 4, 1823 

Dec. 14, 1823 

Dec. 25, 1823 
Jan. 7, 1824 



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277 



CARPENTER Adeline and Lepelet Ingraham, 
both of Pawtucket. Journal of 

Luther, of Seekonk, and Mary C. Anthony, 
of Richard, of and at North Providence. 
Journal of 

Rebecca, of Cumberland, and Daniel F. Ellis, 
of Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, at 
Cumberland, 

Hosea and Susan R. Draper, both of Provi- 
dence, at Rome, N. Y., 

Mary, of Foster, and Elijah Wellman, of 
Plainfield, Ct., 

Ebenezer, of Cumberland, and Ruth Ann 
Sheldon, of William, of Richmond, R. I., 
at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Killam, 

James, of Providence, and Lucenia Thomp- 
son, of Rev. Otis, of and at Reboboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Thompson, 

David and Elizabeth Haile, at Smithfield. 
Journal of 

David and Elizabeth Haile, at Smithfield. 
Journal of 

Amey and Amory Albee, at Attleboro. Jour- 
nal of 

Abel, Jr., and Abby W. Bliss, of Capt. 
Asaph, by Allen Hunt, Esq., all of See- 
konk, 

Sarah, of Providence, and Joseph O. Dorr, at 
Pawtuxet, 

Calvin and Abby Tisdale, at Taunton. Jour- 
nal of 

Maria and Ezra Bourne, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
all of Providence, 

Timothy and Eliza Dunbar, both of Fall 
River, at P'reetovvn. Journal of 

Susan W., eldest daughter of Job, of Provi- 
dence, and Gideon L. Spencer, of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sumner and Mary Ann Goodhue, of Paw- 
tucket, at Seekonk, 

Eliza and Almon S. Alden, both of Cumber- 
land, at Valley P'alls, 

Phebe F. and Leonard C. Lincoln, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Eliza and Capt. Thomas S. Cooke, of Ports- 
mouth, at I3arrington, 

Rebecca T. and Alfred S. Reckord, both of 
and at Providence, 

Gen. Allen and Mrs. Eliza Sprague, at Rob- 
bin Hollow, Cumberland, by William 
Whipple, Esq. Journal of 



Nov. 8, 1824 

Dec. 2, 1824 

May 8, 1825 

July 17, 1825 

Oct. 9, 1825 

Dec. 29, 1825 

Jan. 8, 1826 
Jan. 16, 1826 
Jan. 19, 1826 
May 29, 1826 

June 13, 1826 
Aug. 14, 1826 
Sept. 28, 1826 
April 10, 1827 
May 24, 1827 

Sept. 20, 1827 
Sept. 24, 1827 
Oct. 4, 1827 
Nov. 27, 1827 
Dec. 27, 1827 
March 10, 1828 

March 13, 182^ 



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CARPENTER Daniel E. and Ann R. Greene, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Seamans, 

Mary Ann G. and Joseph Mallett, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Dr. Thomas O. H., of Plainfield, Ct., and 
Mrs. Huldah Griffeth, of Foster, at Dover, 
N. Y., 

Nancy T. and Adams Park, at Valley Falls, 

Ann Eliza, of Attleboro, and Mawney Car- 
penter, of Providence, at Attleboro, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Mawney, of Providence, and Ann Eliza Car- 
penter, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, 

Henry G., of Providence, and Rachel Wilson 
Hall, third daughter of George, of and at 
Newport, 

Phebe S. and Capt. Israel A. Lee, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Perley W. and Leonora W. Thurber, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Betsey Washington and Benjamin Saunders, 
both of Smithfield, at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Williams, 

Arnold and Caroline M. Angell, both of and 
at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler. Jour- 
nal of 

Samuel and Elizabeth Pearce, daughter of 
late Smith, both of and at North Kings- 
town, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 
CARR Rebecca, of Pawtuxet, and Silas Thayer, 
of Wrentham, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Curtis, 

Turner and Sally J. Saunders, by Rev. Mr. 
Rexford, at Warren, 

Samue! and Mary T. Olney, daughter of late 
Col. Jeremiah, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of 
and at Providence, 

Mary C. and Simon Hart, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of 

John and Maria Brayton, by Rev. Mr. Shurt- 
leff, all of and at Pawtuxet, 

Elizabeth, of Coventry, and Thomas W. Gor- 
ton, of Warwick, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Mary, of Samuel L., and Giles S. Jenkins, by 
Rev. Mr. Palmer, at Exeter, 

Ann Eliza, youngest daughter of Capt. John, 
of Warren, and Capt. Samuel Arnold, at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 



May 7, 1828 
May 23, 1828 



June 14, 1828 
Sept. 29, 1828 



Nov. 9, 1828 

Nov. 9, 1828 

Dec. I, 1828 

Dec. 4, 1828 

Dec. 14, 1828 

Feb. 23, 1829 

Feb. 26, 1829 

Oct. 25, 1829 

May 22, 1822 
May 30, 1822 

March 25, 1823 

Oct. 6, 1823 

March 17, 1824 

June 13, 1824 
Feb. 13, 1825 

April 24, 1825 



June 23, 


, 1825 


Oct. 24, 


1825 


Dec. 18, 


1825 


Aug. 10, 


1826 


Feb. I, 


1827 


April I, 


1827 


May II, 


1828 


Aug. 17, 


1828 


Oct. 19, 


1828 


Nov. 23, 


1829 



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CARR Mary, eldest daughter of Andrew L., 

Esq., and Robert U. Lang, senior editor 

New York Gazette, at New York. Journal 

of 
David K. and Phebe P. Sherman, at New- 
port. Journal of 
Abigail, of Capt. Washington, and Thomas 

Jefferson Potter, all of and at Newport, 
Caleb, of Warren, and Frances R. Smith, of 

Capt. Stephen B., of and at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Phebe and Stephen Chipman, both of Men- 
don, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, at Providence, 
Catharine, of William P., and Frederick Cox, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, at Newport, 
Stephen, publisher of Southbridge Moral- 
ist, and Eliza Langley, daughter of Lee, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Alice and Marcus A. Ballou, Esq., at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., 
Maria, eldest daughter of Caleb, 2d, and 

William Haile, Jr., both of and at Warren, 
Clarrissa, daughter of the late Samuel, and 

Alvin Cole, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, 
Caleb A., of New Bedford, and Abby S. 

Potter, of and at Providence, Dec. 15, 1829 

CARROLL David B. and Eliza Dexter, of Joseph, 

all of Killingly, at Killingly, Ct. Journal 

of April 13, 1820 

Jesse and Prudence Dawley, both of and at 

Cumberland. Journal of Sept. 21, 1826 

CARTER Abel and Elizabeth Baxter, all of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 16, i82( 

Cornelius Soule and Sarah Peckham Jencks, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Farley, April 6, 1829 

Hazard, of Warwick, and Joanna Bateman, 

of Thomas, of and at East Greenwich, by 

Rev. Mr. Manchester. Journal of Nov. 13, 1823 

Angeline Maria, of Providence, and James 

G. Daggitt, of Rehoboth, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Journal of April ig, 1827 

Ann B. and Sylvanus Hathaway, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Ray Potter, May 13, 1827 
Jacob, Jr., merchant, of Washington, D. C, 

and Maria Antonette Smith, of Pawtuxet, 

at Washington, D. C, Oct. 4, 1827 

Luther C, merchant, of New York, and 

Mary L. Converse, second daughter of 

Dea. Converse, of and at Palmer, by Rev. 

Mr. Ware. Journal of Oct. 15, 1829 



280 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CARVER Mary Ann Angier and William Phil- 
ander Dean, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, all of and 
at Taunton, April i6, 1823 

Mary and David Borden, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Oct. 6, 1823 

CARTWRIGHT Maiy and William Ravvson, 

at Fall River village, Jan. 4, 1829 

CARTY Sally B., of Benjamin, and Smith B. 

Seamans, at Bristol. Journal of Sept. 4, 1826 

CASE Almira, daughter of Gardiner, and Will- 
iam Bosworth, of Dartmouth, at Reho- 
both. Journal of April 14, 1825 

William H. and Eliza H. Mumford, both of 

South Kingstown, at Milltown, Ct., Sept. 24, 1829 

Caroline Eliza, daughter of late Capt. John 
R, of Kingston, and John Helme Clarke, 
of Providence, at Kingston, Sept. 27, 1829 

Philip, of Boston, merchant, and Sarah 
Weeden, daughter of late George, of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, Nov. 24, 1829 

CASEY P^liza, eldest daughter of Wanton, of 
East Greenwich, and Rev. Charles Briggs, 
of Lexington, Mass., at East Greenwich, 
by Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 14, 1820 

Harriet L. and Daniel D. Gerauld, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 25, 1822 
Orphelia B. and Robert B. Hall, both of 
East Greenwich, at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Bentley, June 21, 1829 

CASH Elizabeth M., of Philadelphia, and 
Matthew B. Sellars, Esq., of New Orleans, 
at New York, Aug. 27, 1829 

CASSIA Eliza and Henry C. Stoddard, of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, bv Rev. Mr. Potter, May 9, 1824 

CASTAGNON Mary E, of Charleston, S. C, 
and George F. Atwell, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at New York, Journal of Sept. 22, 1828 

CASTLE Waitey and John Barber, both of 
Warwick, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, Sept. 18, 1825 

CASTOFF Catharine and Benjamin Marsh, Jr., 
both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Elton, Sept. 30, 1821 

Eliza P., of late John, and Edward Austin, at 

Newport. Journal of Oct. 30, 1826 

CASWELL Lydia, of Taunton, and Timothy 
Leonard, of Middleboro, at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Shaw, Nov. 17, 1823 

Ann W. and Luther Grover, both of 

Taunton, at Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Oct. 8, 1824 



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281 



CATON Hervey, daughter of Richard, Esq., of 
Baltimore, and grand-daughter of the ven- 
erable Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, and 
Francis Godophin De Arcy, Marquess of 
Caermarthen, son of the Duke of Leeds, 
and heir apparent. Journal of June 12 

CENTRE Sarah Ann, of late James, and Will- 
iam H. Rathbone, at Newport, Jan. 16 
CHACE or CHASE 

Ann, of Pomfret. and Major Peter Gros- 
venor, at said place, by Rev\ Mr. 
Porter, 

Peter and Ann H. Bush, of Robert, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, 

James, Jr., of Middletown, and Susan 
Congdon, of Thomas R., of Jamestown, at 
Newport, 

Mrs. Patience and Abel Read, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Capt. Ephraim, of Troy, Mass., and Emily 
Rhodes, of Capt. Arnold, at Pawtuxet, 

Jonathan, a soldier of the Revolution, aged 
79 years, and Miss Abigail Meserve, aged 
58 years, at Wolfesborough, by Elder 
Page. Journal of 

Betsey R., of Richard, of Swanzey, and 
George Austin, of Lynn, Mass., 

Robert and Sarah Ann Bailey, of William, at 
Middletown. Journal of 

Ann Maria and Isaac Peirce, Esq., post- 
master, at Somerset, by Rev. Benjamin 
Taylor, 

Noah and Phebe Luther, at Somerset, by 
Rev. Benjamin Taylor, 

Louisa and Capt. David Peirce, 2d, at Somer- 
set, by John Mason, Esq., 

Simpson and Rebecca Golf, at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 

Phebe and Timothy Bullock, both of Reho- 
both, at Swanzey, by James Luther, Esq. 
Journal of 

Alvah and Clarrissa Jones, by Rev. Mr. 
Hazelton, all of and at Dighton, 

Franklin and Sarah Sherman, at New Bed- 
ford. Journal of 

Mary D., of Swanzea, and Alanson Post, at 
Swanzea, by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 

Elsie, of Swanzea, and Rev. Amos Kelton, of 
Taunton, by Caleb Chace, Esq., at Welling- 
ton. Journal of Dec. 25 



Jan. 23 


1820 


March 9, 


1820 


March 23 


1820 


May 21 


1820 


Aug. 21 


1820 


Jan. 25 


1821 


May 27, 


1821 


Dec. 6, 


1821 


Sept. 15, 


1222 


Sept. 17 


1822 


Sept. 18, 


1822 


Dec. 2, 


1822 


Dec. 16, 


1822 


Jan. I, 


1823 


May 22, 


1823 


Dec. 22 


1823 



1828 



1823 



1823 



282 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHACE CaivinW., of Killingly, Ct., and Mrs. 

Eleanor B. Pitts, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Reliance, of Valley Falls, and John Irons, of 

North Providence, at Valley Falls, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, 
Hannah, of Cheshire, daughter of Amasa, 

deceased, and Daniel L. Robinson, of 

Svvanzey, at Friends' House, Adams, Mass., 
Zilpha and George G. Brown, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Valley Falls, 
Catharine W., of John, of Swanzey, and Wil- 
liam Manchester, of Dighton, at Swanzey, 

by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 
James and Mary Evaline Hunt, of Joshua, 

Esq., by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, all of and at 

Pawtuxet, 
Joseph S. and Gertrude Bowers, youngest 

daughter of late Jonathan, at Somerset, 
Harvey and Hannah Wood, at Friends' 

House, Fall River. Journal of 
INathan and Lovice Pitts, at Dighton, by 

Rev. Ebenezer Blake. Journal of 
William and Ruth Gifford, of Jeremiah, both 

of Portsmouth, at Newport, 
Sally and Thomas Warner, both of Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
James S., of Pawtuxet, and Amey C. Young, 

of John, of and at Troy, Mass. Journal of 
John Barrett and Lydia Sheldon Stillvvell, by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, all of and at Provi- 
dence, 
Mary and John Thurston, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, 
Gilbert, of Newport, and Sarah G. Shaw, 

daughter of John G., at Troy, Mass., 
Hiram W. and Mrs. Ann Anderson, by Rev. 

Mr. Webb, all of and at Providence, 
Earle, of Fall River, and Laura L. Aldrich, 

of Arnold, Esq., at Friends' Meeting 

House, Smithfield, 
Josiah and Elizabeth Freeborn, both of 

Portsmouth, at Friends' House there, 
Stephen and Ruth Lawton, at Newport. 

Journal of 
Barney D., of Swanzey, and Lydia Peirce, of 

Somerset, by Rev. Mr. Virgin, at Somer- 
set, 
Joseph, of Swanzey, and Betsey Winslow, of 

and at Somerset, 



Jan. 4, 1824 

Jan. 18, 1824 

March 8, 1824 
March 21, 1824 

May 2, 1824 

May 17, 1824 

June 6, 1824 

Sept. 13, 1824 

Oct. 14, 1824 

Oct. 21, 1824 

May 29, 1825 

June 9, 1825 

Oct. 5, 1825 

Feb. 2, 1826 

May 7, 1826 

May 18, 1826 

June I, 1826 
Aug. 9, 1826 
Oct. 16, 1826 

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May 17, 1827 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 283 



CHACE Parthenia D., of Richard, of Swansey, 

and Joseph D. Nichols, of Fall River 

Village, at Swansey, by Elder Philip Slade, May 24 
Lucy and Joseph Smith, at Somerset. Jour- 
nal of Oct. 18 
Abby and Henry Wilbour, both of and at 

Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Dec. 2 

Nathan and tlleanor Hall, of Parker, at 

Portsmouth, Dec. 6 

Luriana P., of Providence, and Nelson Allen, 

of New Bedford, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, Jan, 13 

Sabin and Amanda A. Fiske, at Williman- 

tic Falls, Windham, Ct., 
Eliza and Willam R. Allen, at Central Falls, 
Fanny and John W. Davis, at Fall River. 

Journal of 
Robert, of Somerset, and Mary Ormsbee, of 

and at Providence, by Rev, Mr. Phillips, 
Oliver and Patience Robinson, at Friends' 

House, Fall River, 
Julia Ann and Reuben Brown, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, <~ 
CHADSEY F^uclid and Francis S. Tillinghast, 

daughter of Hon. Philip, at Wickford, by 

Rev, Mr. Burge, 
CHADWICK Charles, of New Bedford, and 

Celinda Waite, of North Kingstown, by 

Rev. Mr. Eddy, at Newport, 
CHAFFEE Nancy and George Lake, both of 

Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, 
Ann Eliza and George Fisher, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of and at Providence, 
John, of Warren, Penn., and Fanny Med- 

bury, of John, Esq., of and at Seekonk. 

Journal of Nov. 3 

Sally A., of Woodstock, and Wilkes Sharp, 

of Providence, at Woodstock, by Rev. Mr. 

Underwood. Journal of 
Ira and Julia Mason, by Rev. Mr. Pease, all 

of and at Seekonk, 
Harvey and Amelia D. Bird, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at Providence, 
Z and Amey Ide, at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Barney. Journal of 
Samuel, of Boston, Mass., and Mrs. Sarah 

A. Potter, of and at North Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Cheeney, Sept. 27 



April 27, 
Oct. 5, 


1828 
1828 


Nov. 17, 


1828 


May 27, 


1829 


Sept. 9, 


1829 


Dec, 20, 


1829 


Oct, 22, 


1827 


May 13, 


1827 


Oct. 7, 


1821 


July 28, 


1823 



Dec. 5, 


1S25 


March 12, 


1826 


May 21, 


1826 


Mav 22, 


1826 



1827 
1827 
1827 
1827 

1828 



1823 



1827 



284 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CHAMBERLAIN Calvin and Mrs. Elizabeth 

M. Taylor, both of Providence, married by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, at said place, Jan. i6, 1820 

Phebe, of Southbridge, and William Hatten, 

of Providence, at Southbridge, by Rev. 

Mr. Parkes. Journal of April 9, 1827 

Whitman and Maria Arnold, both of Wood- 
stock, at Thompson, Ct. Journal of Jan, 14, 1828 
CHAMBERS John and Sarah Ann Babcock, 

both of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Sept. 7, 1820 

CHAMPION William S., of New York, and 

Sarah Cross, of late John, Esq., of and at 

Westerly, by Rev. Mr. Stillman, Dec. 28, 1825 

Elias and Esther Strong, at Springfield. 

Journal of April 16, 1827 

CHAMPLAIN Sarah R., of Uxbridge, and Paul 

Whiting, Jr., merchant, of New York, at 

Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson, Aug. 29, 1822 

Hannah and Elihu Richards, formerly of 

Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr, 

Crocker, Nov. 7, 1822 

Capt. William and Eliza Kinnicutt Phinney, 

of Daniel, Esq., by Rev, Mr. Rexford, all 

of and at Warren, Sept. 15, 1823 

Eliza P., of Hon, Daniel, of Exeter, and 

Philip Wilbour, of Little Compton, by 

Rev. Mr. Gano, at Providence, Dec. 8, 1823 

Julia Ann, of Warren, and Alexander 

Hodges, of Providence, at Warren, April 10, 1825 

Jabez, of Norwich, Ct., and Sally A. Cole, 

daughter of late James, of Providence, by 

Rev. Mr, Brown, Nov. 21, 1825 

Lavina C, of late Capt. Oliver, and William 

E. Almy, at Newport. Journal of Oct. 30, i 826 

C. H., of packet ship Hudson, and Adeline 

Stebbins, at New York, Aug. 28, 1829 

Henry and Eliza Hale, at Warren, by Rev, 

Mr. Welsh, Sept. 24, 1829 

CHANDLER John, Esq., editor of the Mary- 
land Republican, of Annapolis, Md., and 

Eliza C. Inloes, at Baltimore. Journal of July 12, 1821 

Mrs. Mary and Capt. John Gladding, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, May 2, 1822 

Catharine Amory and Theophilus Parsons, 

Esq., of Taunton, at Petersham, Mass. 

Journal of May 19, 1823 

Susan, of Nathan, of Pomfret, and James T. 

Rhodes, of Pawtuxet, at Pomfret, Dec. 28, 1823 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



285 



CHANDLER Allen, of Providence, and Rebecca 
Buffington, of Swanzey, at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Ruth, of Providence, and Joseph Rhodes, of 
Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

John W., merchant, of Providence, and 
Emma Ann Ballon, daughter of Zibia, of 
and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
CHANNING Edward T., Esq., professor in 
Harvard College, and Henrietta A. S. 
Ellery, of William, Esq., at Newport, 

Ann Elizabeth, of late Walter, Esq., formerly 
of Newport, and Hugh S. Ball, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, at Boston. Journal of 
CHAPIN Loring D. and Emeline A. Thurber, 
of Capt. John, all of Providence, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Royal and Miss Maria Carpenter, daughter 
of Daniel, Esq., both of and at Uxbridge, 

Amory and Mary Ann Manton, of Col. 
Jeremiah, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Jacob, Esq., editor of the Columbian Re- 
porter, and Eliza Watson, of and at 
Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb. Journal of 

Charlotte L. and J. F. Cooper, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, all of and at Providence, 

Dr. Charles, of Springfield, and Elizabeth D. 
Bridge, of and at Charlestown, Mass., 

Amory and Sarah Ann Aborn, of late Ed- 
ward, all of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Sarah, of Amaziah, of Uxbridge, and Paris 
Hill, formerly of Providence, at Uxbridge, 

Rasselus M. and Sarah Ann Talman, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wayland, 

Reuben W., of Providence, and Eunice An- 
drews, of Nantucket, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Phillips, 
CHAPMAN William B. and Marcy B. Rhodes, 
of Capt Benjamin, at Pawtuxet, 

Polly, of Westerly, and Asa Maxon, of Hop- 
kinton, at Westerly, by Rev. Mr. Stillman, 

Nancy and Capt. Joseph Smith, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, both of and at Pawtuxet, 
CHAPPELL Elizabeth F., of Providence, and 
Orson Beebe, of E. Haddam, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Preston, 

Sarah S. and William C. Thayer, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, all of and at Providence, 



Jan. 3, 1824 

April 18, 1824 

F"'eb. 8, 1829 

April 6, 1826 

March 19, 1827 

May 31, 1820 
May 16, 1 82 1 
Sept. 15, 1823 

Dec. 22, 1823 

Sept. 23, 1824 

May 8, 1827 

June 13, 1827 

Aug. 14, 1827 

May 18, 1828 

Sept. 2, 1829 
Nov. 12, 1820 

F'eb. 7, 1822 
Dec. 29, 1822 

Dec. 9, 1819 
Nov. 24, 1823 



286 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHAPPELL Betsey and William Greenman, 

both of Smithfield, at Mendon, 
CHAPPOTIN Mary Ann and Thomas Pearce, at 

St. Michael's Church, Bristol, by Rev. Dr. 

Grisvvold, 
Sarah Catharine Virginia, 3d daughter of 

Leon and Mark Anthony DeWolf, of 

Bristol, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Croclccr 
CHARLTON' George, of Bath, Me., and Julia 

Ann Adie, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, 
CHARNLEY Alexander and Sarah Wood, at 

Taunton. Journal of 
CHEENEY Tryphenia, of Col. William, and 

Rev. Alonzo King, of North Yarmouth, at 

Newport. Journal of 
Charles, of Providence, and Waitstill D. Shaw, 

of and at Belchertown, by Rev. Mr. Hall, 
CHEEVER Levi and Mary Walcott, of late 

Capt. John, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, at Cum- 
berland, 
Daniel and Alice Eliza Henry, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Amos and Abigail C. Keach, both of Valley 

Ealls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
William A., of Wrentham, and Maranda 

Wood, of and at Smithfield, 
CHENNAY Roxanna, aged 15 years, and Caleb 

Stiles, aged 18 years, at Danville, Vt. 

Journal of 
CHICKERING Farnum and Mary Dunaklee, 

both of this town, at Providence, by Rev 

Mr. Edes, 
CHILD Mary and Edward Salisbury, both of 

Providence, at Providence, 
John G. and Mary Ann Hamm, of Benjamin, 

all of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Henry and Sarah Jones Wethby, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, at Providence, 
Capt. George and Sarah Maria Beverly, eldest 

daughter of George, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

all of and at Providence, 
CHILDS Joseph, Jr., of Portsmouth, and Har- 
riet Tallman, of William, at Newport. 

Journal of 
CHILD Sarah, of Warren, and William Ingra- 

ham, of Barrington, at Warren, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexford, 



Feb. 12, 1828 
Feb. 15, 1820 

Oct. 10, 1821 

Dec. 15, 1823 
March 2, 1829 

July 30, 1827 
Oct. 21, 1829 

April 10, 1825 

Dec. 7, 1825 

April 9, 1826 

Feb. 17, 1828 

Dec. 6, 1824 

Feb. 13, 1820 
March 22, 1820 

Nov. 12, 1820 
April 21, 1823 

March 11, 1824 

July 18, 1825 

Oct. 16, 1825 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 



287 



CHILD Morris and Mercy Angell, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, all of and at Providence, 

Mary Ann and Stephen Russell, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
CHILDS Charles, of Providence, and Abigail G. 
Thayer, of and at Boston, 

Louisa, of Johnston, and Benoni Sprague, of 
Cranston, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, 
CHIPMAN Cyrus and Mary Haskins, by Wil- 
liam P. Wing, Esq., at Greenwich Village, 

Stephen and Phebe Carr, both of Mendon, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, at Providence, 
CHOULES Rev. John O., of Newport, and 
Martha L. Garland, of and at Danvers. 
Journal of 

Rev. John O., of Newport, and Mary L. 
Garland, of and at Danvers. Journal of 

CHRISTIE Mrs. , a widow with 4 children 

and without fortune, and His Grace the 
Duke of Gordon, in Scotland. Journal of 
CHURCH P:iizaA. and Job L. Pratt, both of 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Preston, 

Lydia and James Brownell, both of Little 
Compton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Hitch- 
cock, 

Capt. Benjamin and Matilda Warren, both of 
Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Dr. Mann. 
Journal of 

Harriet, of Capt. Gamoliel, and Dr. Rich- 
mond Brownell, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

Capt. Benjamin King, of Bristol, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Norris, daughter of Samuel Hol- 
man, Jr., at Salem, Mass. Journal of 

Caleb, of Little Compton, and Mrs. Sarah 
Briggs, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Parke, 

Capt. Thomas, Jr., and Eleanor Bradford, 
daughter of John, Esq., both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

Sarah, of late George, of Bristol, and George 
Throop, Jr., of Lake Champlain. Journal 
of 

Martha Crapon, eldest daughter of William, 
of Providence, and James W. Otis, P^sq., of 
Taunton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Ann, of Capt. Edward, of Bristol, and John 
W. Spooner, of Newport, at Bristol. Jour- 
nal of 



April 17, 


1827 


Aug. II, 


1828 


Dec. 8, 


1828 


Jan. 7, 


1829 


Dec. 18, 


1825 


F^eb. I, 


1827 


Jan. 3, 


1828 


Jan. 4, 


1827 


Sept. 25, 


1820 


May I, 


1820 


June 6, 


1820 


July 27, 


1820 


June 19, 


1821 


March 11, 


1822 


April 2, 


1822 


June I, 


1823 


June 19, 


1823 


Jan. 4, 


1825 


Dec. 25, 


1826 



288 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHURCH Mary Ann, of Providence, and San- 
ford Munroe, of Bristol, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Seamans, 
Frances, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 

Stephen M. Tabor, at Tiverton, by Rev. 

Mr. Borden, 
Sarah Ann and Thomas J. Coggeshall, both 

of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Peter and Sarah Ann Hunt, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Pamelia and Edward Basten, both of Troy, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, 
Samuel W. and Mary S. Tilley, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Griffin, 
Lois A., daughter of Gamaliel, and Capt. 

Henry N. Howland, at P'air Haven. Jour- 
nal of 
Charles and Mahala Anthony, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
CHURCHILL Ansel and Sally Haile, of and at 

Warren. Journal of 
CLAFFIN Lyman and Rebecca Starkweather, 

only daughter of Hon. Oliver, all of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Albert and Edna Bassett, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Central Falls, 
Orrin and Susan E. Treadwell, youngest 

daughter of Capt. Jonathan, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
CLAFLIN Nancy and Jonathan Martin, both of 

Pawtucket, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, 
Henry and Mary Ennis, both of Pawtuxet, 

at Cumberland. Journal of 
CLANING Amelia, of Edward, and William 

Easton, by Rev. Mr. Gano, all of and at 

Providence, 
CLAPP Russell and Sarah Ormsbee, all of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Mary L., daughter of W. W., editor of the 

Evening Gazette, and Nathaniel P. Lower- 
ing, at Boston, 
Jason, of Dorchester, and Louisa Hutchings, 

at Steuben, Me. Journal of 
CLARKE Ambrose and Sarah Waterman, of 

James, dec, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 

Potter. Journal of 
Charlotte Everett and Thomas Fletcher, Jr., 

both of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker, 



Aug. 


29, 


1827 


Oct. 


14. 


1827 


Oct. 


17, 


1827 


June 


12, 


1828 


Aug. 


26, 


1828 


Sept. 


21, 


1828 


July 


23, 


1829 


Aug. 


20, 


1829 


Dec. 


12, 


1822 


Feb. 


27< 


1822 


Dec. 


13, 


1824 



Oct. 2 



Dec. 25, 


1820 


Sept. 21, 


1826 


May II, 


1826 


Sept. 15, 


1822 


Oct. 2, 


1829 


Nov. 16, 


1829 


/larch 16, 


1820 


May 7, 


1820 



1828 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 289 

CLARKE Samuel, of Smithfield, and Rebecca 

Cushman, of Samue), of Attleboro, at 

Attleboro, June 7, 1820 

Abby J. and Capt. Adolphus Taft, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 10, 1820 

Sabra and Joseph Homer, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, Aug. 3, 1820 

Rouse, Jr., and Lucy Reynolds, of Joseph, at 

South Kingstown. Journal of Sept 4 1820 

Martha F., of William C, of South Kings- 
town, and Major Potter Browning, at 

Norwich, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Sterry, Dec. 25, 1820 

Daniel R. and Miss Maria Eddy, daughter of 

Barnard, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 



son, 



T. , • , .... Feb. 18, 1821 

Bethiah, of Smithfield, and Joseph B. Peck, 

of Providence, at Valley P^alls, Smithfield, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Sept. 30, 1821 

Ann, of late Samuel, and Capt. Winsor 

Aldrich, both of and at Smithfield, by 

Judge Mann, Jan. 5, 1822 

Margaret and John G. Greene, Esq., of 

Warwick, at Dungeoness, Cumberland Isle, 

J P^-' , ^ May IS, 1822 

Jabez, of Providence, and Sarah Hopkins, of 

and at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. i, 1822 

Mary, of Providence, and John Tew, of 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Brown, at Provi- 
, ^Ifice, April 30, 1823 

Ambrose and Matilda V. Lewis, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, May 18, 1823 

Ambrose and Matilda V. Lewis, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of and at Providence. Journal 

.xr^M- X. May 29, 1823 

William N., of Charleston, R. I., and 

Eunice H. Thompson, of Montville, at 

Hebron, Ct. Journal of Sept. 15, 1823 

Thomas J. and Hope Ann G. Gibbs, by Rev. 

Peter Ludlow, Oct. 6, 1823 

William S. and Eliza Ann Smith, daughter 

of Benedict, at Newport. Journal of Oct. 6, 1823 

Louisa, of Holliston, and Benjamin Addison, 

of Providence, at Holliston, by Rev. Mr. 

^^^' Dec. 2, 1823 

Nancy and Alexander G. Sweet, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1824 
Joseph, of Edenburgh, Scot., and Julia Ann 

Eddy, of and at Bellefonte, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtleff, March 14, 1824 

Rev. Elam and Pease, of Dr. Pease, 

at Suffield, Ct., May 19, 1824 



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CLARKE Sarah B., of Providence, and William 

Salisbury, of Scituate, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Lieut. John Henry, U. S. Navy, and Mary 

Louisa Thompson, of Hon. Smith, at New 

York. Journal of 
Ebenezer and Hannah H. Barker, of Joshua, 

all of and at Newport, 
Amey, of late Samuel, of Smithfield, and 

Capt. Lebbeus Whipple, at Smithfield, 
Levi, of Cumberland, and Lydia Farris 

Baker, of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Abigail, of late Henry S., and Benjamin 

Peabody, at Newport. Journal of 
Harriet, of Gregory, Esq., of Weston, Mass., 

and Henry Spear, printer, of New York, 

by Rev. Mr. Field, 
Emily and Caleb Coggeshall, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Eliza T., of late Chester, Esq., and Edward 

R. Mitchell, both of Providence, by Rev. 

Bishop Griswold, at Bristol, 
Isaac T. and Ann Eliza Steib. by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, 
Barick W. and Sarah Crawford, second daugh- 
ter of Nehemiah, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

all of and at Providence, 
Elizabeth, of Benjamin, and Eli T. Whitney, 
Chauncey and Martha Starkweather, of 

Charles, at Northampton, 
Betsey and Horatio Webb, printer, both of 

Brooklyn, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
George A. and Elizabeth Lyman, of Leir, Esq., 

at Northampton, 
Calista and Reuben Glover, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Greene, 
Mary L., of late Thomas P., and John Math- 

ewson, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Polly, of Cumberland, and Samuel B. Joslin, 

of Providence, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 

Cutler, 
Mary Ann, of late Stephen, of Attleboro, 

and Jefferson Burr Paine, at Smithfield, 
Mary Ann and William Fish, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Pawtucket, 
Mary Ann and William Fish, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, all of and at Pawtucket, 
John L. and Harriet P. Snow, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 291 

CLARKE Peleg and Mary B. Corey, at Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 12, 1827 

John and Lydia G. Tillinghast, at Newport. 

Journal of July 14, 1828 

Dorothy S. and George Harmon, of Fall 

River, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. 

Journal of Aug. 4, 1828 

Jane C. and Samuel Coverly, Jr., of Boston, 

at Canterbury, Ct.,by Rev. Mr. Wheelock. 

Journal of Aug. 14, 1828 

Abigail M., daughter of Rev. Pitt, and Capt. 

John J. Stimson, of Providence, at Norton, 

Mass., Oct. 23, 1828 

Elizabeth N. and William T. Stacy, at New- 
port. Journal of Dec. 29, 1828 
Hannah and David Perrigo, both of Wren- 

tham, at Providence, by Stephen Branch, 

Esq., Dec. 31, 1828 

William F. and Louisa Bacon, at Slatersville, March 26, 1829 
John H., Esq., and Susan C. Miles, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 21, 1829 

Christopher, of South Kmgstown, and Phebe 

Ann Peabody, daughter of late William, 

of Middletown, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy, ' May 25, 1829 

William E. and Caroline Sumner Bump, 

second daughter of Nathaniel, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Warren, June 29, 1829 

John Helme, of Providence, and Caroline 

Eliza Case, daughter of the late Capt. John 

P., of and at Kingston, Sept. 27, 1829 

Jacob B. and Euphenia Younghusband, 

daughter of George, Esq., of St. John's, N. 

B., at New York, Oct. i 5, 1829 

Robert L and Abigail Piper, at Wolfboro. 

Journal of Oct. 15, 1829 

Emeline, daughter of Lemuel, and Marquis 

George Selkirk, at Southbridge, Dec. 13, 1829 

Thomas R. and Ann Amelia Smith, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Merrett H., both of and at 

New York, by Rev. Merrett H. Smith, at 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Dec. 24, 1829 

CLEGG John, aged 72, been blind more than 10 

years, and Jane Avinsworth, aged 52, deaf 

as a post. This is his fourth marriage and 

her third, in England. Journal of Oct. 6, 1825 

CLEVELAND Benjamin and Hannah Gray, of 

Joseph, at Somerset. Journal of Oct. 26, 1823 

Sarah J., eldest daughter of Cyrus, and Job 

Angell, 2d, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 27, 1824 



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CLEVELAND Moses and Juliana Nichols, at 

Smithfield. Journal of 
Moses and Juliana Nichols, at Smithfield, 

Journal of 
Charlotte S., of Providence, and Lemuel 

Willard, of Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Mrs. Keziah, of Medfield, and Major-General 

Elijah Crane, of Canton, (over 70 years 

old) at Medfield. Journal of 
Caroline Amelia, daughter of the late Dr. 

John, of Thompson, and Dr. Ingraham S. 

Ward, of Belchertown, Mass., at Thomp- 
son. Journal of 
George and Deborah B. Angell, daughter of 

Fenner, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Rev. Richard F., of Windham, Ct., and Ann 

Neal, of and at Baltimore. Journal of 
CLIFFORD Mary Ann, of Benjamin, Esq., and 

Albert G. Greene, Esq., attorney at law, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, 
Benjamin, Jr., and Sophia Earned, daughter 

of the late William, at Providence, 
CLORED Rebecca and Bird Perry, in Warren 

Co., Georgia. Journal of 
COATES Rebecca and John Cotton, at New 

York; Mr. Cotton lost both arms m de- 
fending the brig Patriot from the pirates. 

Journal of 
COBB G. D. W., Esq., and Abby Crocker, of 

Hon. vSamuel, of Taunton. Journal of 
Miranda F. and Marshall Sumner Wade, both 

of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 
David, Jr., and Abigail W. Packard, both of 

North Bridgewater. Journal of 
Elinus and Betsey Gushing, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Allen Hunt, Esq., 
Mrs. Harriet, daughter of Noah Webster, 

Esq., and Rev. William C. Fowler, at New 

Haven. Journal of 
Daniel, of Attleboro, and Bertha Medbury, 

of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, 
COBLEIGH Ephraim and Ann Marshall, at 

Newport. Journal of 
COCKRAN Lucy M. and James M. Shelley, by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, atProvidence, 
CODDINGTON Sarah Ann and John W. Davis, 

Jr., both of and at Newport, 
Edward and Mary Ann Danforth, of late 

Job, Jr., at Providence, 



Jan. 16, 1826 

Jan. 19, 1826 

May 7, 1826 

Nov. 16, 1826 

Oct. 23, I 828 

July 2, 1829 
Sept. 24, 1829 

Nov. 8, 1824 

Dec. II, 1828 

Jan. 24, 1820 

Dec. 15, 1823 

May 23, 1822 

Oct. 2, 1822 

Jan. 9, 1823 

March 30, 1823 

Aug. 8, 1825 

Aug. 14, 1827 

April 26, 1824 

March 11, 1824 

Oct. 31, 1822 

June 26, 1826 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 293 

COE Alden and Lydia Taft, of Brown, both of 

and at Smithfield. Journal of Oct. 27, 1823 

COFFIN Peleg and Zilpha Crowell, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter Jan. 24, 1828 
COGGESHALL Samuel, Esq., and Miss P^liza- 

beth B. Munro, eldest daughter of Mayor 

Hezekiah, all of and at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Bates, May 15, 1821 

Ruth Ann, of Caleb, of East Greenwich, and 

Jacob P. Stanley, of Maine, at Scituate, by 

Rev. Mr. Knight, Nov. 23, 1823 

Lucinda and William Allen, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, at Pawtucket, Nov. 30, 1823 

Phebe, ot Seekonk, and James Hutchinson, 

of Northampton, at Seekonk, by Rev. 

James O. Barney, Sept. 24, 1824 

John and Louise Jenckes, by Rev. Mr. Ben- 
edict, all of Pawtucket, Jan. 12, 1825 
John H. and Lydia P. Wales, of Atherton, 

deceased, all of Portsmouth, at Newport, March 27, 1825 
Caleb and Emily Clarke, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1825 

Timothy, Esq., and Sally Eliza Luther, only 

daughter of Col. Giles, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

all of and at Bristol, Aug. 21, 1826 

Elizabeth, of late Dr. John M.,and Charles L 

Bradford, by Rev. Mr. Wight, all of and 

at Bristol, 
Thomas J. and Sarah Ann Church, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
COIT Susan and Ebenezer Kellogg, professor of 

mathematics Williams College, at New 

London. Journal of 
George M., of Bristol, and Mary H. Coit, of 

and at Portsmouth, 
Mary H., of Portsmouth, and George M. 

Coit, of Bristol, at Portsmouth, 
Thomas C, of Natchez, and Mary Ann Mor- 
gan, daughter of Elias, of and at Hartford. 

Journal of Aug. 10, 1829 

COLBURN Elijah, of Dunstable, N. H., and 

Sarah Belknap, of Luther, Esq., at Fra- 

mingham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Kellogg, June 22, 1826 

COLBY William and Maria Millett, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Nov. 16, 1828 
COLE John D. and Prudence Potter, only 

daughter of Daniel, at Foster, by Daniel 

Howard, Jr., P!sq., Oct. 15, 1820 

Christina, of Warren, and Cornelius S. 

Tompkins, of Seekonk, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, June 17, 1821 



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294 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COLE Eliza, daughter of Capt. Ebenezer, of War- 
ren, and Rev. Flavael Shurtleff, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Aug. i, 1821 

Capt. Samuel and Patience G. Maxwell, 
daughter of James, Esq., both of and at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Aug, 30, 1821 

Capt. Samuel and Patience G. Maxwell, of 
James, Esq., all of and at Warren. Jour- 
nal of Sept. 6, 1 82 1 

Capt. Ebenezer and Maria Wales Thompson, 
of late Dr. William, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff. Journal of Dec. 13, 1821 

Susan and Samuel Westcott, Jr., both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mace, July 23, 1822 

William, of North Kingstown, and Lydia 
Gray, of Thomas, of and at Tiverton, by 
Rev. Mr. Peckham, Aug. 11, 1822 

Benjamin M. and Mary Ann Arnold, by Rev. 

Mr. Smith, all of Warwick, Oct. 20, 1822 

Lucy, of John, Esq., and Esbon Sherman, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Feb. 2, 1823 

Martha and Allen Brown, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

all of and at Providence, Sept. 21, 1823 

Sarah Frances and Herman Stanley, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Sept. 22, 1823 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of War- 
ren, and Abraham Pearson, of Greenwich, 
N. Y., at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Feb. 8, 1824 

George W. and Catharine Weaver, of Perry, 

at Newport, Oct. 10, 1824 

Jeremiah and Rebecca Vanneman, at War- 
ren. Journal of Oct. 14, 1824 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Cyrus, Esq., 
deceased, of Providence, and Rev. William 
Leverett, of Roxbury, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, March 29, 1825 

Nathaniel, aged 20 years, and Elizabeth Gar- 
diner, of Capt. Andrew, aged 12 years, all 
of Leverett, after a tedious courtship of 
three years, at Shutesbury, Mass. Jour- 
nal of Sept: 19, 1825 

Elijah and Reuben, twin brothers, and Eliza- 
beth and Mary Jones, twin sisters, daugh- 
ters of Edward Jones, of Brunswick, Me., 
at Friends' Meeting House, Durham, Me. 
Journal of Oct. 10, 1825 

Sally A., of late James, of Providence, and 
Jabez Champlain, of Norwich, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Brown, Nov. 21, 1825 

Benjaman and Sarah Duncan, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, all of and at Newport, Dec. 25, 1825 



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295 



COLE Jeremiah Jackson and Mary Ann Mitch- 
ell, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, all of and at 
Providence, 

Eliza and Arnold Hopkins, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, all ot and at Providence, 

Mary and John Newell White, at Smithfield, 
Journal of 

Anstress, of Seekonk, and Edward P. Brow- 
nell, of East Haddam, Ct., at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Barney. Journal of 

Susan, of Providence, and Rev. Mr. 

Phillips, of Attleboro, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Gano. Journal of 

Sarah B and Joseph Waite, both of and at 
Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, 

Sarah B. and Joseph Waite, at Wickford. 
Journal of 

Jonathan P'reeborn and Maria Monroe, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, all of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wright, 

Sarah and Byel Ledoyt, of Shrewsbury, at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, 

Alvin and Clarrissa Carr, daughter of late 
Samuel, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, 
COLES Mrs. Margaret C, daughter of late Hon. 
John Coffin Jones, Esq., and Hon. Benja- 
min Gorham, Member of Congress, at Bos- 
ton. Journal of 
COLEMAN Julia Ann and George Grinnell, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

William and Harriet Davis, of late Benjamin, 
P^sq., at Somerset, 
COLLAR PIzekiel, 75 years, and Keziah Jordan, 

17 years, at Ashford, Ct. Journal of 
COLLAMORE Mrs. Maria Eliza and Israel 

Ames, of Boston, at Providence, 
COLLINS Mrs. Hannah, of Canterbury, Ct., 
and Jerathmael Jencks, of Providence, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Jour- 
nal of 
COLLINS Mary, of Thompson, and Benjamin 
Dexter, of Killingly, at Thompson, by 
Rev. Mr. Dow, 

William A., of New Bedford, and Eliza Man- 
chester, of and at Little Compton, by Rev. 
Mr. Peckham, 

Eliza, of John A., and Joseph S. Covell, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

Timothy C, of Hopkinton, and Mary Ann 
Gardiner, of late Peleg, at Friends' House, 
Portsmouth. Journal of 



Dec. 27, 1825 

Jan. I, 1826 

March 20, 1826 

May 22, 1826 

March 22, 1827 
Nov. II, 1827 
Nov. 22, 1827 

Aug. 8, 1828 
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Nov. 23, 1829 

Nov. 26, 1829 

Oct. 12, 1820 

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COLLINS Ebenezer and Mrs. Susan Tyson, 
both of and at Oxford, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
liams, of Dudley, Nov. 25, 1823 

Sarah, of Jabez, of Hopkinton, and Joseph 
Greene, of Jamestown, at Friends' House, 
Hopkinton, April 28, 1824 

Julia, of John A., Esq., and Milton Hall, at 

Newport. Journal of June 14, 1824 

Capt. Haile and Mary Maxwell, eighth daugh- 
ter of Capt. James, both of Worden, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, at Swanzey, Oct. 28, 1824 

Jacob and Lydia Collins, both of Lynn, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Webb, at Providence, June 24, 1825 

Lydia and Jacob Collins, both of Lynn, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Webb, at Providence, June 24, 1825 

William A. and Love Baxter, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, Sept. 25, 1825 

Harriet, of Cranston, and Pardon Sheldon, 
of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, March 5, 1826 

Caroline, of Lieut. Gov. Charles, of New- 
port, and Joseph W. Tarrey, Esq., of De- 
troit, Mich., at Flushing, L. L, Oct. 5, 1826 

Charlotte G., of Lieut. Gov. Charles, of New- 
port, and William R. Prince, Esq., of 
Flushing, L. L, at Newport. Journal of Oct. 9, 1826 

Sarah, of John A., of Newport, and John A. 

Baldwin, of Dunstable, N. H., at Boston, Oct. 16, 1826 

Henry and Hannah Hull, at Springfield. 

Journal of April 16, 1827 

Major John A. and Frances Barker, both of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Aug. 26, 1827 

Anna, daughter of Gov. Charles, and Dr. 
Rowland R. Hazard, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 3, 1827 

Lydia B., youngest daughter of Lieut. Gov. 
Charles, and Edward Van Zandt, of New 
York, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, May 21, 1829 

Maria, daughter of Dr. Amos, and Dr. Jere- 
miah W. Olney, by Stephen Burlingame, 
Esq., at Cranston, Dec. 14, 1829 

COLLYER Rebecca C. and Sampson, Martin, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 21, 1820 

Samuel C. and Mary Tabor, of Dea. Ichabod, 
by Rev. Mr. Benedict, all of and at Paw- 
tucket, June 12, 1826 
COLMAN Dorothy and Philander Wilmarth, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Jan. 31, 1820 

COLMER Mrs. Mary, of Sterling, Ct., and 
Joseph Arnold, (S. C.,) of Warwick, at 
Sterling, Dec. 12, 1820 



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COLTON Sarah, 6i years, and Daniel Goodale, 

8 1 years, of Amherst, at Northampton, 

Mass. Journal of 
John R. and Almira Tanner, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of Providence, 
COLVIN Zaccheus and Polly Corey, of George, 

at Mendon, by Ahaz Allen, Esq., 
Ezra, of Warwick, and P^liza Grayson, of 

Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Knight, 
Nathan B. and Freelove Stone, of Jabez, all 

of Cranston. Journal of 
COLWELL William A. and Mahala Winsor, at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
CREMINS Simon and Sophronia Stanley, of 

late Sylvester, by Rev. Daniel Dow, all of 

and at Thompson, Ct., 
COMMANDER Penelope, aged 23 years, and 

Major Joseph Banks, aged 6 — years, at 

North Carolina, " an old soldier under a 

new Commander ". Journal of 
COMSTOCK Elizabeth S., youngest daughter 

of Dr. Ezekiel, and John Thornton, at 

Smithfield. Journal of 
Capt. William, of Steamboat F'ulton, and 

Harriet Pearson, eldest daughter of Col. 

Samuel, of Providence, at New York, by 

Rev. Mr. Romeyn, 
Maria Ann and William H. Townsend, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Abigail, of North Providence, and John An- 

gell, 3d, of Smithfield, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, 
Martha and Almon D. Hodges, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
Cromwell Brown, of Belchertown, Mass., 

and Caroline Bradford Saunders, of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, p]sq., 
CONDY Mary Ann, of Capt. Thomas H., and 

Rev. E. G. Howe, of Illinois, at Pawtuxet, 

by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
CONGDON Susan, of Thomas R., of Jamestown, 

and James Chase, Jr., of Middletown, at 

Newport, 
Senaca, of Leicester, Mass., and Hope Ann 

Gould, of Wickford, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Mary, of Thomas R., and Daniel W. Wat- 
son, both of Jamestown. Journal of 



Jan. 10, 1820 
Oct. 31, 1825 
May 29, 1823 

March r, 1824 

March 28, 1825 

Sept. I, 1828 

Oct. 12, 1823 

Feb. 10, 1820 
May 31, 1821 

Sept. 19, 1824 
Dec. 6, 1824 

Aug. 13, 1826 
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CONGDON Benjamin, of Jamestown, and Sarah 

Ann Burdick, by Rev. Henry, all of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Burdick, April 26, 1823 

Welcome, of Providence, and Mary Dennis, 

daughter of Jonathan, of Newport, at 

Friends' House, Newport, Dec. 11, 1823 

Hannah and John T. Taylor, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, all of and at Warwick, Dec. 28, 1823 

Rebecca H., of Isaac, and Stephen S. Potter, 

by Rev. Mr. Shurtleif, all of and at 

Cranston, July 18, 1824 

Isaac, Jr., of Cranston, and Sally Peckham, 

of South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 11, 1825 

Thomas and Elizabeth Sweet Spink, by Rev. 

Mr. Gale, all of and at Wickford, Dec. 15, 1825 

Samuel and Fidelia Bridgham, of West 

Boyleston, at Worcester, by Rev. Mr. 

Mull. Journal of Dec. 22, 1825 

Sarah C, of South Kingstown, and Wayer 

Hull, of Providence. Journal of April 24, 1826 

Eliza and Benjamin Allen, by Rev. Mr. 

Allen, at North Kingstown, Oct. 10, 1826 

Martha L. and George S. Spink, by Rev. 

Mr. Burge, all of North Kingstown, Oct. 11, 1826 

Henry and Sarah Ann Burt, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of Providence, Oct. 17, 1826 

Susan, of Northbridge, and Joseph Jefferson, 

of Fall River, at Grafton, March i, 1827 

Capt. John, of Jamestown, and Thankful D. 

Congdon, of late Stephen, of North 

Kingstown, at Canterbury, Ct., by Rev. 

Mr. Rose, March 4, 1827 

Thankful D., of late Stephen, of North 

Kingstown, and Capt. John Congdon, of 

Jamestown, at Canterbury, Ct., by Rev. 

Mr. Rose, March 4, 1827 

Samuel and Mary W. Pearce, of Earl D., all 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 28, i 827 

Eunice L. and Thomas D. Prentice, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker, April 17, 1828 

CONKRIGHT Polly and Samuel Roberts, at 

Bath, N. Y,, after 5 minutes' acquaintance. 

Journal of Aug. 31, 1820 

CONSTANTINE Charles, of New York, and 

Abby Godfrey, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, May 13, 1822 

CONVERSE Esther W., of Thompson, and 

Erastus Buck, of Killingly, at Thompson, 

by Rev. Mr. Dow, Nov. 5, 1823 



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299 



CONVERSE Mary L., second daughter of Dea. 
Converse, of Palmer, and Luther C. Carter, 
merchant, of New York, at Palmer, by 
Rev. Mr. Ware. Journal of 
COOKE Ellis and Malinda Follett, of Comfort, 
all of Cumberland, at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Alpha, of Major Zebina, and Lyman Bur- 
lingame, all of Cumberland, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter. Journal of 

Nancy and Lakin Moore, the travelling 
preaching poet, at Beverly, Mass. Journal 
of 

Phebe A., of John, Esq., and Roger Boone 
Lawton, of Charleston, S. C, at Newport, 
by Rev. Dr. Patten, 

Penelope, of Coventry, R. I., and Charles 
Johnson, of Bellefonte, Penn., at Groton, 
Ct., 

Willis and Sally Cushing, both of and at 
Smithfield, 

Penelope, of Providence, and Dr. Charles 
Johnston, at Stonington. Journal of 

William and Hannah Borden, of Richard, of 
Troy, Mass., at Tiverton. Journal of 
COOK Amos, Jr., and Polly P'ollett, of Luther, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at Cumber- 
land, 

Meranda and Stephen Cook, both of Wren- 
tham, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Stephen and Meranda Cook, both of Wren- 
tham, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Elizabeth, of Samuel, and Cranston Wilcox, 
at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham. Jour- 
nal of 

Warner and Susan Read, at Troy, Mass. 
Journal of 

Capt. Charles Clarke and Mary Collins 
Webb, of Rev. Mr. Webb, at Newport. 
Journal of 

William H. and Caroline Jenckes, of John, 
Esq., all of Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Nicholas W. and Amey G. Merrill, of Will- 
iam, all of Warwick, at Centreville, 

Comfort and Philip Gray, at Tiverton. Jour- 
nal of 

Deborah, of Tiverton, and Robert Wilcox, of 
Pawtucket, at said Tiverton. Journal of 

Thomas and Mary Ann Hudson, of Capt. 
Samuel, at Newport. Journal of 



Oct. 15 

July 2 

Oct. 9 

Dec. 28 

Aug. 9 



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1821 


Dec. 9, 


1821 


Dec. 10, 


1821 


Nov. 14, 


1822 


March 30, 


1823 


April 6, 


1823 


April 6, 


1823 


Sept. I, 


I?23 


Nov. 17, 


1823 


Sept. 9, 


1824 


Aug. 31, 


1825 


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1825 


March 6, 


1826 


April 3, 


1826 


May 15, 


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COOK Reuben T. and Mary Ann Lavvton, at 
Newport. Journal of 

Mary Ann and S Dunham, of Provi- 
dence, at Hartford. Journal of 

Serrell and Elizabeth Leonard Blackburn, of 
Nathan, Esq., at Chepachet. Journal of 

Sarah B., of late Thomas, and Joseph A. 
Baker, both of Providence, at New York. 
Journal of 

Eliza and Capt. Eaton W. Maxcy, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Capt. Benoni, of Providence, and Abby 
Whipple, of Major Simon, of Smithfield, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Capt, Thomas S., of Portsmouth, and Eliza 
Carpenter, at Barrington, 

Almana and Stephen Phillips, at Glocester, 

Caroline and Thomas J. Humphrey, at 
Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Journal of 

Mary B. and Thomas Read, both of Central 
Falls, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Mary, of Cumberland, and William Moore, of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

Willis, of Cumberland, and Cyrena Thayer, 
of Smithfield, at Woonsocket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, 

Amasa and Zelinda Smith, daughter of late 
Levi, at Cumberland, 

Mary, of North Providence, and Jonathan 
T. Lincoln, of Smithfield, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Caleb C. and Lydia A. Steere, daughter of 
late Richard, Esq., of Smithfield, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Patience S. and Nathan Dennis, at Ports- 
mouth. Journal of 

Bethiah and Samuel Tabor, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Eliza, of Cumberland, and Allen Mathewson, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ward, 

Capt. Daniel S. and Mary Waterman, daugh- 
ter of Rufus, both of Providence, at New 
York, at the Universalist Church, by Rev. 
Mr. Mitchell, 
COOLBROTH Eben and Statira Gustin, at Scar- 
borough, by A. Chamberlain, Esq. Journal 
of 
COOLEY Emily, eldest daughter of Capt. Chaun- 
cey, and Stephen Branch, all of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, 



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COOLEY John and Mrs. Lucinda Davis, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, July 2 

Robert and Nancy T. Merry, both of and at 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, June 16 

COOMER Henry, of Bristol, and Miss Prudence 
Ladue, of Barrington, at Barrington. Jour- 
nal of Feb. 8 

Stephen D. and Charlotte D. Maxfield, 
youngest daughter of Daniel, at Bristol. 
Journal of 

Martha T. and George C. Hatch, both of 
and at Bristol. Journal of 
COOPER Anstress and William S. Nichols, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

Ira, of Rochester, and Betsey Goodenough, 
of Hancock, at Mason, N. H. Journal of 

Capt. Edmund, of North Kingstown, and 
Nancy Perkins, of Exeter, at North Kings- 
town, 

Martha and Marvel Joslin, at Brooklyn, Ct. 
Journal of 

Lodowick and Mrs. Harriet Bates, at Wick- 
ford. Journal of 

Benjamin, of Medfield, and Phebe Carpenter 
Smith, of and at Rehoboth, by George 
W. Peck, E^sq., 

J. F. and Charlotte L. Chapin, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, all of and at Providence, 

William, Esq., and Mary Wilson, both of New 
York, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. West. 
Journal of 

Hannah and Calvin Peck, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Phillips. Journal of 
COPELAND Eliza and Capt. Charles Day, at 
Mansfield, by Rev. Richard Briggs, 

Samuel J., of Philadelpnia, and Ann Maria 
Beal, daughter of Thomas, of and at Bos- 
ton, Dec. 14 
CORBETT Penuel, of Virginia, and Miss Mary 
Ann Bourne, daughter of Shearjashub, 
Esq., of Bristol, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Mann, March 8 
CORDON Caroline A., of Sterling, Ct., and Dr. 
Silas James, of West Greenwich, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Sept. 22 
COREY Thomas, of Wellington, and Miss Roxy 
Brown, of Taunton, at Wellington, by 
Israel Anthony, Esq., April 12 

Martha and Thomas McFarland, all of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. VVilson, Oct. 16 



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COREY Polly, of George, and Zaccheus Colvin, 

at Mendon, by Ahaz Allen, Esq., May 29, 1823 

Catharine and Spencer Weaver, of Coventry, 

at Plainfield, Conn. Journal of Oct. 14, 1824 

Capt. Joseph and Hannah Hicks, of Gabriel, 

Esq., at Tiverton, July 10, 1825 

Edward and Melecent Perrin Gladding, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, May 9, 1827 

Mary B. and Peleg Clarke, at Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 12, 1827 

Hannah, of Portsmouth, and William How- 
ard, Jr., at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Raw- 
son, July 3, 1828 

Hannah and William Howard, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Rawson, July 10, 1828 

William B. and Sarah H. Weeden, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1828 

Eliza Newton, only daughter of Capt. Caleb, 
of Providence, and B. S. Lynde, Esq., of 
New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 6, 1828 

Sarah and Thomas Jefferson Hathaway, of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Dec. 29, 1828 

William P. and Amelia Snow, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 29, 1829 

Narcissa, daughter of Thompson, and James 
W. Matteson, both of and at Coventry, by 
Samuel B. Hopkins, Esq., Nov. 24, 1829 

CORLISS Susan C. R., second daughter of 
John, Esq., formerly of Providence, and 
William Respass, of Bloomingdale, Bour- 
bon Co., Ky., at Bourbon, Oct. 4, 1826 
CORNELL Daniel, of Glocester, R. I., and Miss 
Huldah Baker, of Jonathan, of Killingly, at 
Killingly, by David Chase, Esq. Journal 
of Jan. 8, 1821 

Elizabeth, of Thomas, and John E. Holt, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, Sept. 9, 182 1 

Mary and Simon Irons, at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Sprague, April 28, 1822 

Thomas T. and Martha Brownell, of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Journal of May 20, 1822 

Ezekiel and Sally Balkcom, at Attleboro. 

Journal of Jan. 20, 1823 

John J., formerly of Newport, and Clemen- 
tina C. Remington, of Tiddeman, Ct., for- 
merly of Jamestown, at Beaufort, N. C. 
Journal of Feb. 3, 1823 

Rebecca P. and Samuel Saunders, by Rev, 
Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, March 6, 1823 



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CORNELL Stephen, of Newport, and Harriet 

C. Earle, of Nantucket, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of Oct. 6, 1823 
Lucretia, of Norwich, and Grindall Rawson, 

formerly of Providence, at Norwich, by 

Rev. Mr. Strong, April 13, 1824 

Job and Mrs. Abigail Merrill, at Newport, 

Journal of May 29, 1826 

Ann and Charles Holden, 2d, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 13, 1827 

CORNET Madamoiselle Josephine Parfiate, of 

Annett, daughter of late General Cornet, 

and Lovell Purdy, of New York, at the 

American Consul's Apartments, Paris, by 

the Rt. Rev. Bishop Luscom, June 19, 1829 

Louisa Charlotte Adolphine Martin, daughter 

of late General Cornet, and John C. Greene, 

of New York, at Paris, June 25, 1829 

CORN WELL Matilda M., daughter of late Ben- 
jamin of Brooklyn, and Charles Ellery, U. 

S. Navy, at New York. Journal of Sept. 11, 1823 

Clarrissa S. and Dea. Stephen Davol, by 

Rev. Mr, Welch, all of and at Warren, Jan. 4, 1824 

CORP Mary Ann and David Dean, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 9, 1822 
COTHIER Lewis and Mrs. Sally Sprague, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 30, 1820 

COTHRAN Josiah, of Providence, and Julia 

Ann Pratt, of and at Cranston, by Arthur 

Potter, Esq., Oct. 21, 1827 

COTTON John and Rebecca Coats, at 

New York. Mr. Cotton lost both arms in 

defending the brig Patriot from the Pirates. 

Journal of Dec. 15, 1823 

Benjamin R., of Seekonk, and Eliza V. Paine, 

of and at Freetown, by Rev. Mr.Taylor, Aug. 19, 1827 

Lemira W., of Pawtucket, and James B. 

Holmes, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Kent, Oct. i, 1827 

COTTRELL Mary F. and Willard Corgill, both 

of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, Feb. 20, 1822 

Eliza A., of Pawtucket, and William A. 

Willis, of Newport, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, June 15, 1826 

COULTER Dr. Miflin, U. S. Navy, and Sarah 

L. Holbrook, daughter of Capt. Joseph, all 

of and at Baltimore, Md. Journal of June i, 1829 



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COURTNEY Lieut. Henry E., U. S. Topo- 
graphical Engineers, and Harriet Rath- 
bone, of Capt. Benjamin, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton, May 21, 1827 

COVE Albert, of Ware, N. H., and Sarah 

Stevens, of late Joseph, of and at Newport, April 11, 1824 
COVELL Anthony and Fanny Wolf, at Albany, 

N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Crawford, May 17, 1820 

Joseph S. and Eliza Collins, of John A., at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, April 2, 1823 

William K. and Ann Williams, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Nov. 22, 1827 

Henry and Mary Borden, at New Bedford, Aug. 10, 1828 

COVERLY Samuel, Jr., of Boston, and Jane C. 

Clarke, at Canterbury, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Wheelock. Journal of Aug. 14, 1828 

COWDEN Joslin and Ruth Northup, at Valley 

Falls. Journal of May 8, 1823 

COWEN Lydia, of Zenus, of Dartmouth, and 

William Peckham, of Westport, at Dart- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Tripp. Journal of May 7, 1827 
COWING Ward, Jr., of Cheraw, S. C, and Mary 

Atwood, of Sylvester, of Wellington, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Gushee. Journal of Oct. 13, 1825 

COWLES Lavina and Elijah Eggleston, at 

Hartford. Journal of May 7, 1827 

Augustus, merchant, of Farmington, Ct., 

and Lucy Norton Treadwell, at Albany. 

Journal of Dec. 7, 1829 

COX George, Jr., and Charlotte Kaull, of John, 

at Newport. Journal of Sepr. 11, 1823 

Edith and John Ring, at Newport. Journal 

of Oct. 2, 1826 

Frederick and Catharine Carr, of William P., 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, at Newport, April i, 1827 

COY George W., of Providence, and Caroline 

Eliza Keith, daughter of Sylvanus, of 

Charleston, S. C, at Bridgewater, Mass., Nov. 9, 1828 

COZZENS Ann, of Capt. John, of Warren, 

R. L, and Capt. William George Wilson, 

of London, Eng., at New York, by Rev. 

Thomas Lyall, Aug. 5, 1819 

Charles and Harriet Rogers, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, July 30, 1826 

Benjamin and Mary S. Dexter, daughter of 

Samuel, by Rev. Dr. Edes, at Providence, Nov. 20, 1827 

Lucy W and Llovd S. Sutton, both of and at 

Providence, by'Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 17, 1828 



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CRAFT Mrs. Mary and Thomas Fenner, by 
Rev. Mr. Craft, all of and at Providence, 
Charlotte, of Middlesex, N. Y., and George 
C. Arnold, of Rhode Island, at said 
Middlesex, Yates Co., N. Y. Journal of 

CRAGGAN A. H., of Benjamin, Esq., of 
Douglass, Mass., and William H. Williams, 
of Burke Co., Ga., at Douglass, 

CRAIG Mary Ann and Jeremiah Peirce, both of 
Cumberland, at Valley F"alls, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, 

CRAMNER George and Miss Ann Statts, after 
a tedious courtship of one hour and 
twenty-five minutes, at Red Hook, N. Y. 
Journal of 

CRAMP William G., of Pawtucket, and Abby 
Ann Fry, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Gano, 

CRANDALL Mrs. Sarah and Richard Bush, at 
Newport, by Rev. Dr. Elton, 

Mary, of Stephen, of Tiverton, and Christo- 
pher Brownell, of Westport, at Tiv^erton. 
Journal of 

Sally, of Robert, Esq., of Exeter, and 
Charles B. Kenyon, of Hopkinton, at 
Exeter. Journal of 

Waitey G., of Robert, Esq., of Exeter, and 
Joseph Davis, of Preston, Ct., at Exeter. 
Journal of 

Robert, Esq., of Exeter, and Mrs. Lettice 
Hubbard, of and at Randolph, Vt., 

Patience and Humphrey Gray, at Tiverton. 
Journal of 

Clarke and Mary Ann Allen, of late Philip, 
at Newport. Journal of 

Samuel, of Exeter, and Harriet Willoughby, 
of Canterbury, at Brooklyn, Ct. Journal 
of 
CRANE Capt. William M., U. S. N., and Eliza 
King, of Col. Miles, at Norfolk, Va. Jour- 
nal of 

Major Gen. Elijah, of Canton, over 70 years, 
and Mrs. Keziah Cleveland, of and at 
Medfield, Mass. Journal of 

Silas A. and Mary Elizabeth Martin, daugh- 
ter of Capt. John, dec, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, at St. 
John's Church, 



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CRANSTON Eliza and Douglass Thomas, 

editor of the Alexandrion, at Alexandra, 

D. C. Journal of Feb. 12, 1821 

Benjamin T. and Eliza Lawton, of late 

Samuel, at Newport, Sept. 2, 1821 

Barzillai, Esq., of Providence, and Irene 

Gould, of Moses, of Dedham, at Dedham, 

by Rev. Mr. White, Jan. 24, 1822 

Caleb and Phebe Ann Barker, at Newport. 

Journal of Feb. 23, 1826 

Jeremiah and Mary B. Barton, of William, at 

Taunton, March 8, 1827 

Sarah Ann and Leonard Williams, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter. Journal of Jan. 5, 1829 
CRAPO Mary A., only daughter of Philip, Esq., 

and William H. Russell, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at Providence, May 6, 1823 

CRAPON Thomas and Caroline H. Allen, by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, Nov. 21, 1824 

Samuel and Mary Jones, by Rev. Mr. Hazel- 
ton, all of and at East Greenwich, Dec. 7, 1826 
Caroline H. and George Dana, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Oct. 2, 1829 

CRAWFORD Sarah, second daughter of Nehe- 

miah, and Barick W. Clarke, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, Feb. i, 1826 

CROCKER Sarah Leonard, of Hon. Samuel, 

and Samuel Bass King, of Boston, at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon, Oct. 27, 1820 

Abby, of Hon. Samuel, and G. D. W. Cobb, 

Esq., at Taunton. Journal of May 23, 1822 

Louisa and Charles Gurney, both of North 

Bridgewater. Journal of Jan. 9, 1823 

Capt. Isaiah, Jr., of Bath, Me., and Mrs, 

Harriet G. Moore, widow of Col. William, 

by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, at Newport, F'eb. 29, 1824 

Luther and Phebe Hendricks, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of and at Providence, Oct. 5, 1824 

Ebenezer and Betsey Howes, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of Providence, Aug. 22, 1825 

Mary Bourse and Capt. Alexander Scudder, 

at Barnstable. Journal of May 29, 1826 

FMza. Antoinette, daughter of Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, of Providence, and Nathaniel 

Bloodgood, Esq., of New York, merchant, 

at St. John's Church, Providence, Nov. 3, 1829 

Abigail, of Barnstable, and Job Andrews, of 

Providence, at Barnstable. Journal of Nov. 19, 1829 

CROSBY John and Virtue C. Hubbard, at New- 
port. Journal of June 29, 1826 



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CROSBY Timothy and Mary S. Smart, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Stephen and Susan M. Larned, second daugh- 
ter of George, Esq., at Thompson, Ct., by 
Rev. Daniel Dow. Journal of 
CROSS George, of Westerly, and Abby Hinck- 
ley, of Stonington, at Stonington. Jour- 
nal of 

Sarah, of late John, Esq., of Westerly, and 
William S. Champion, of New York, at 
Westerly, by Rev. Mr. Still man, 

Mary, of Capt. Samuel, and Westcott Hanly, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at Prov- 
idence, 

John H., of Westerly, and Mary Ann Wat- 
son, daughter of Hon. Elisha, of and at 
South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Burge, 
GROSSMAN Col. Edward and Fanny Dean, 
of Abizer, Esq., at Taunton. Journal of 

Betsey L. and Horatio L. Grossman, at 
Taunton. Journal of 

Horatio L. and Betsey L. Grossman, at Taun- 
ton. Journal of 

Ann and Alfred Dean, at Taunton. Journal 
of 

Rebecca and Sylvanus Thayer, at Taunton. 
Journal of 

Mary Ann and Alfred Dean, at Taunton. 
Journal of 

Job, Jr., and Caroline Hack, daughter of Na- 
than, both of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Hamilton, 

H , of Cumberland, and John Allen, of 

Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
CROSSWELL Edwin, Esq., editor Albany Ar- 
gus, and Catharine Adams, at Catskill, N. 
Y. Journal of 
CROWELL Desire and Darius Peckham, at 
New Bedford. Journal of 

Zilpha and Peleg Coffin, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 
CROWNINGSHIELD Alfred and Mary H. 
Walter, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, at Valley 
Falls, 

Jacob, U. S. Navy, and Harriet Wallack, of 
Moses, at Boston. Journal of 
GRUFF Thomas, Jr., of Coventry, and Elizabeth 
Lewalley, daughter of Thomas, of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Stone, 



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CRUMB Arnold, Jr., of Stonington, and Lucinda 
Lamphear, of Westerly, at New London. 
Journal of Jan. 9 

CUDWORTH Joseph and Sally S. Hathaway, 

at Freetown, Mass. Journal of April 10 

Jesse and Jane McAnarney, by Allen Hunt, 

Esq., all of and at Seekonk, Oct. 24 

Rhoda and Joseph Smith, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, July 1 1 

CUNDALL Mary C, daughter of late Hon. 
Joseph, and Perren Burdick, of Troy, N. 
Y., at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Nov. 4 

CURTIS Moses and Mary Potter, both of Provi- 
dence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, March 23 

George, Cashier of the Exchange Bank, and 
Miss Mary Elizabeth Burrell, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Hon. James, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 6 

Susan and Horatio Rogers, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 24 

Thaddeus and Rhoda Darling, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 29 

P'rancis, of Boston, and Martha Merrell, of 

Concord, at Waltham. Journal of July 13 

Samuel, junior editor of Columbian Republi- 
can, and Sarah Maria Maston, at Kingston, 
N. Y. Journal of Nov. 23 

CUSHING Sally and Willis Cooke, both of and 

at Smithfield. Dec. g 

Christopher C, of Seekonk, and Eleanor 
Newman, youngest daughter of late 
Thomas, P3sq., of and at Prince William 
Co., Va., by Rev. Mr. Latham, Dec. 4 

Betsey and Elinus Cobb, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Allen Hunt, Esq., March 30 

Mrs. Nancy and Rev. Preserved Pearce, by 

Caleb Chace, Esq., all of and at Rehoboth, May 10 

Jane J., of Henry, and Benjamin F. Taylor, 

at Providence, Sept. 21 

CUSHMAN Rebecca, of Samuel, of Attleboro, 
and Samuel Clarke, of Smithfield, at Attle- 
boro, June 7 

Ann and Capt. George Godfrey, at Taunton. 

Journal of May 23 

Mary, of late Lieut. Jacob, and Harvey Ide, 

of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, June 10 

Eliza, of Attleboro, and Welcome Ballou, of 
Cumberland, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Killam, Feb. 8 



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CUSHMAN Irene, of Plympton, and Otis Soule, 
of Middleboro, at I'lympton, by Rev. Mr. 
Dexter. Journal of 

Catharine, of Woodstock, Conn., and George 
A. Ormsbee, of Providence, at Providence, 
.CUTLER Thomas, of Killingly, Ct., and Miss 
Sarah Arnold, youngest daughter of Wil- 
liam, Esq., of Glocester. Journal of 

Eliza M., daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and 
Dr. John W. Francis, at Grace Church, 
New York, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, 

Caroline and Edmund Peterson, both of and 
at Newport, 
CUTTINGS Benjamin T., of Georgetown, D. C, 
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DABNEY Lucinda Eliza, of Providence, and 
Henry Monroe, of New York, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
DAGGETT Hannah D. and Jefferson Daggett, 
by Rev. Mr. Pease, all of and at Seekonk, 

Jefferson and Hannah D. Daggett, by Rev. 
Mr. Pease, all of and at Seekonk, 

James G., of Rehoboth, and Angelina Maria 
Carter, of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Journal of 

John, of Seekonk, and Hannah Barnes, of 
late Samuel, at Barrington, by the Rev. 
Mr. Rexford, 
DANA Nancy, of Jaykill, and George T. Burr, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

Esther, of Payton, of Providence, and John 
Padelford, of Norfolk, Va., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Deborah B., of North Providence, and Sam- 
uel Boyd, of Providence, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

John W. and Fanny H. Burr, both of and at 
Providence. Journal of 

Sarah H. and George Morse, of Worcester, 
she of Providence, where married by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, 

Abby C, youngest daughter of Colville, of 
Providence, and Nathan B. Sweetland, of 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 



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July IS, 1827 
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DANA Alice S., of Payton, and Nathan T. Morse, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, at Providence, March 22, 1827 

Edward and Mary Lockwood, of Benoni, 

Esq., both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, "Nov. 5, 1827 

Amelia, daughter of Payton, and Samuel W. 

Hartshorn, formerly of Providence, at 

Norfolk, Va., Jan. 21, 1828 

Christopher C, of Taunton, and Martha W. 

Peck, daughter of late George W., Esq., 

at Rehoboth. Journal of Feb. 28, 1827 

Adeline Eliza and Charles C. Darling, of 

New Haven, at Hartford, by Rev. Mr. 

Hawes. Journal of Aug. 6, 1829 

George and Caroline H. Crapon, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Oct. 2, 1829 

DANFORTH Clarrissa, the female preacher, 

and Danforth Richmond, of Ashford, 

Mass., at Springfield, Vt. Journal of Jan. 21, 1822 

Capt. Joseph and Susan Williams, of Dr. 

Afred, at Taunton, Oct. 13, 1824 

Mary Ann, of late Job, Jr., of Edward 

Coddington, at Providence, June 26, 1826 

Catharine F., second daughter of Ozias, of 

Providence, and John Vaughan, of New- 
port, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 22, 1828 
George, senior, publisher of the Common- 
wealth's Advocate, and Hannah Bright- 
man Southworth, daughter of late 

Ephraim, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, July 22, 1828 

DANIELS Alanson S. and Mary Stebbins, all 

of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 

Potter, Feb. 10, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth Mary, youngest daughter of 

Luke, late of Smithfield, and William 

Arnold, of Cranston, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Shurtleff, April 9, 1826 

Susan P. and Saul B. Scott, both of Mendon, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 16, 1826 

Dan A. and Content Wilbur, both of Cum- 
berland, at Smithfield, July i, 1827 
DANIELSON Willard, of Killingly, and Mary 

P. Roath, of Norwich, at Norwich, by 

Rev. Dr. Strong. Journal of Feb. 14, 1820 

James, Jr., and Aurilla Short, of Seloam, all 

of Killingly, at Killingly, by Rev. Israel 

Day. Journal of April 13, 1820 

George and Hatty Dexter, at Killingly, by 

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DANIELSON Jacob, of Killingly, and Maria 

Prince, at Brooklyn, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Edson, Sept. i8, 1827 

DARAL T. A. and T. Deraelmes, both of and 

at New York, by Rev. Mr. Varula, Dec. 19, 1829 

DARLING Nancy, of Darius, and Daniel Wil- 
cox, all of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, April 6, 1820 

Sarah T., of Ziba, and Leonides Whipple, all 

of and at Providence, Dec. 25, 182 1 

Socrates, of Leyden, and Juliann Woodward, 

of John, of Seekonk, at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Hall, Aug. 13, 1823 

Welcome B. and Zerviah L. Olney, of Will- 
iam, at Providence, by Rev. Mr, Pickering, Sept. 18, 1823 
Elizabeth C. and William H. Meiges, of 

Hartford, at Bristol. Journal of Nov. 7, 1825 

Lucy and Amos Arnold, both of Cumber- 
land, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 

Esq., Sept. 16, 1827 

Rhoda and Thaddeus Curtis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 29, 1827 

Charles C, of New Haven, and Adelina 

Eliza Dana, at Hartford, by Rev. Mr. 

Hawes. Journal of Aug. 6, 1829 

Lydia and P^dward Gladding, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bonney, Sept. 28, 1829 

DAVENPORT Mrs. Eliza N., of Seekonk, and 

Dr. Artemus Johnson, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, June 18, 1820 

Lydia W., ninth daughter of Charles, and 

Joseph W. Marsh, all of and at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Dunn, April 8, 1821 

Maria P. and Michael G. C. Bates, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, all of and at Providence, Feb. 19, 1822 

Capt. Philip and Sophia W. Bradford, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 15, 1825 

David, of Providence, and Adelia E. F. Al- 

drich, of Jabez, of and at Mendon, June 25, 1826 

Mrs. Sophia W., of Providence, and Arte- 
mus H. Haskell, of Miner, N. Y., by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1828 

DAVIDSON John S. and Rebecca M. Brown, 

daughter of late Capt. John, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, March 6, 1828 

DAVIS Silence, of Providence, and Joseph 

Newell, of Burrillville, at Providence, May 8, 1820 

Capt. Samuel, of Portland, Me., and Lucy 

Ann Walker, of Seekonk, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, May 21, 1820 



312 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DAVIS Mary and Freeman Drake, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, Aug. 22, 1821 

Martha C, youngest daughter of late Capt. 
John, and Bradford Bullock, at Welling- 
ton, Mass., ^ Oct. 21, 1821 

George K. and Emily Gonsolve, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Joseph, all of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, April 7, 1822 

Joseph and Henrietta Eddy, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of Aug. 15, 1822 

Harriet, of 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 

Joseph, Jr., merchant, and Mary Wood, at 

Northboro, May 19, 1823 

Abby, of Capt Jonathan, and John Borden, 

both of Somerset. Journal of Oct. 27, 1823 

Henry G. and Susan Marshall, both of War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of Oct. 27, 1823 

George and Comfort Greene, daughter of 
James, at East Greenwich, by Elder 
Tillinghast. Journal of Dec. 25, 1823 

Joseph, of Preston, Ct., and Waitey G. 
Crandall, of Robert, Esq., of Exeter, at 
Exeter. Journal of April 5, 1824 

Hannah S., of Ezra, and Oliver Johnson, of 
Centreville, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1824 

Capt. John, of East Greenwich, and Eunice 
Hammond Shaw, of late Stephen, of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Oct. 17, 1824 

Daniel B., of Newport, and Susan C. Ward, 
of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Oct. 3, 1825 

Elizabeth B. and William Sabin, both of 

Providence, Oct. 16, 1825 

Robert and Lydia W. Dyer, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 21, 1825 

Nathan and Clarrissa Bowen, of John, by 
John C. Bowen, Esq., all of and at Fall 
River, Jan. 8, 1826 

John, 2d, and Cynthia Round, all of and at 

Rehoboth, by Lemuel Morse, Esq., April 6, 1826 

William J., of Somerset, and Sarah Ann 
Spooner, of Benjamin, of Newport, at 
Newport, June 11, 1826 

Charlotte, of Rehoboth, and Josiah Martin, 

of Barrington, at Seekonk. Journal of June 12, 1826 

Charlotte, of Rehoboth, and Josiah Martin, 

of Barrington, at Seekonk. Journal of June 19, 1826 



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DAVIS Mrs. Eliza and William Garlin, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, Sept. 13 

Phebe, of John W.,and William O. Mumford, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, at Newport, Oct. 16 

Olive and Jonathan P. Gladding, by Rev. 

Mr. Taylor, all of and at Bristol, Dec. 10 

William P. and Mary W^heeler, both of and 

at Providence, Jan. 7 

Betsey Ann and Joseph Bennett, Jr., both of 

Cumberland, at Central P'alls. Journal of March 12 

Mrs. Lucinda and John Covley, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, July 2 

Susan and Heighton Read, both of and at 

Fall River, by Benjamin Anthony, Esq., Sept. 17 

Eliza, daughter of John W., of Newport, and 
Robert P. Lee, Esq., at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Stoddard. Journal of Nov. 5 

Daniel and Lydia P. Gorton, at Warwick, March 2 

Choice and Leonard Nickerson, at Pawtucket, May 4 

Mary A., daughter of Major John, of Wood- 
stock, and Capt. Horace Gaylord, of Ash- 
ford, at Woodstock, May 12 

James Chace and Mary Peck, eldest daughter 
of Cromwell, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18 

John W. and P'anny Chace, at Fall River. 
Journal of Nov. 17 

William and Elizabeth Albro, at South Kings- 
town. Journal of Dec. 4 

Asa W. and Mary T. Holmes, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 25 

Sally and Otis Phetteplace, at Smithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq , Jan. 4 

John J. and May Lindsay, both of and at 

Bristol, July 19 

Perry, of Providence, and Emily Hart, of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Nov. 8 

DAVOL Dea. Stephen and Clarrissa S. Corn- 
well, by Rev. Mr. Welch, all of and at 
Warren, Jan. 4 

Benjamin D. and Almira Warren, of Joseph, 
at P'all River. Journal of March 5 

DAWLE.SS Rosamond and John G. Hopkins, 
both of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Messer, Oct. 15 

George A. and Julia Ann Card, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, Feb. 18 

DAWLEY William and Louisa Tallman, both 
of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. 13 



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314 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DAWLEY Augustus S. and Mary Hall, at 

Slatersville. Journal of July i8, 1825 

Frances and Henry Pullen, at Newport. 
Journal of May 29, 1826 

Prudence and Jesse Carroll, both of and at 

Cumberland. Journal of Sept. 21, 1826 

]^enjamin R. and Susan B. Bliven, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 2, 1827 

Lydia, of Smithfield, and David Whitman, of 
Pawtucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, June 5, 1828 

John G., merchant tailor, of Providence, and 
Harriet C. Ralph, daughter of Joseph, of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Griffin, Dec. 25, 1828 

DAY Izrael H. and Miss Eliza Turner, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, June 28, 1821 

Chloe, of Daniel, and William C. Capron, at 

Uxbridge. Journal of Nov. 5, 1821 

Capt. Charles and Eliza Copeland, at Mans- 
field, by Rev. Richard Briggs, Dec. 6, 1822 

Ebenezer S. and Ann Eliza Peck, by the 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, at Providence, Dec. 30, 1822 

Abigail and William Pope, by Rev. Mr. 

White, all of and at Smithfield, Jan. i, 1824 

Mary, of Ebenezer, and Col. Abraham S. 

Gladding, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 8, 1825 

Mary Ann and Horace T. Tiffany, at St. 
Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft. Journal of May 19, 1825 

Levma, of Dr. S Day, and Lieut. Fran- 
cis D. Newcomb, U. S. Army, at Sackett's 
Harbor, N. Y. Journal of Sept. i, 1825 

Julia, of Pawtucket, and Lyman Brown, of 

Jewett City, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct. 11, 1826 

DAYTON Catharine T., of Capt. Benedict, of 
Newport, and Allen Jordan, of Hudson, 
N. Y., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Potter. 
Journal of Nov. 5, 1827 

DEAN Fanny, of Abizer, Esq., and Col, Ed- 
ward Grossman, at Taunton. Journal of April 24, 1820 

Mary, of Dedham, and Elias Morse, of Wal- 

pole, at Dedham. Journal of Aug. 24, 1820 

Leonard, Jr., and Miss Relief Smith, at 

Taunton. Journal of June 7, 1821 

Charlotte and Seth Leonard, both of Bridge- 
water, at Middleboro, by Rev. Mr. Colby. 
Journal of Dec. 13, 1821 

Penelope and James W. Hart, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Alvan Cobb. Journal of Jan. 11, 1821 

Maria D. and Ezra F. Holmes, at Taunton. 
Journal of July 9, 1821 



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DEAN Esther and Gurdon Perkins Brown, by 
Rev. Orrin Fowler, of and at Plainfield. 
David and Mary Ann Corp, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Philander William and Mary Ann Angier 

Carver, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, all of and at 

Taunton, 
Nehemiah and Alice Wild, by Rev. Mr. 

Cobb, all of and at Taunton, 
Leander, of Raynham, and Mary Lawrence, 

of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
Ann W., of Silas, Esq., and Joshua Sayer' 

at Newport. Journal of 
Ruth G., of Taunton, and Solomon Farnum, 

of Conway, Vt., by Rev. Mr. Cobb, 
Gilbert and Relief S. Dean, all of and at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
Relief S. and Gilbert Dean, all of and at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
Mrs. Fanny and Luther Lyons, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of and at Providence, 
Alfred and Mary Ann Grossman, at Taun- 
ton. Journal of 
Alfred and Mary Ann Grossman, at Taunton. 

Journal of 
Caroline M. and Capt. Henry L. Burr, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, at Providence, 
George W., of Taunton, and Almira Wil- 
liams, of Raynham, at Taunton. Journal 

of 
Seth H. and Eliza P. Tompkins, of John, at 

Newport. Journal of 
Robey and David Arnold, at Taunton. Jour- 
nal of 
Clarrissa and Asa Stacy, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, 

all of Taunton, 
Paddock and Sally Almy Vickery, by Rev. 

Mr. Hamilton, at Taunton, 
Nathaniel and Julia Robinson, at Raynham, 
Dorrence, of Attleboro, and Sophia Whita- 

ker, of Nathaniel, of and at Wrentham, by 

Rev. Mr. Thatcher, 
Serena and Henry Wilbour, at Taunton, 
Aaron and Nancy M. Austin, at Taunton, 

Journal of 
Elias, of Plainfield, and Amey G. Branch, of 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Paulina S., of Plainfield, and Daniel Burgess, 

of Hartford, at Plainfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Fowler. Journal of 



June i6, 1822 
Dec. 9, 1822 

April 16, 1823 
June 15, 1823 
Aug. 21, 1823 

Oct. 2, 1823 
Nov. 16, 1823 
Nov. 17, 1823 
Nov. 17, 1823 
May 30, 1824 
April 28, 1825 

May 5, 1825 
May 19, 1825 

June 2, 1825 
June 20, 1825 
June 30, 182 

Oct. 2, 1825 

Oct. 4, 1825 
Oct. 27, 1825 

Nov. 9, 1825 
Jan. I, 1826 

March 27, 1826 

June 5, 1826 

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316 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DEAN Lydia and Samuel Wilder, at Rehoboth, July 26, 1827 

Cordelia, of Providence, and John T. Burn- 
ham, of Exeter, N. H., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1828 

DeARCY Francis Godophin, Marquess of Caer- 
marthen, son of the Duke of Leeds, and 
heir apparent, and Hervey, daughter of 
Richard Caton, Esq., of Baltimore, and 
granddaughter of the venerable Charles 
Carroll, of Carrollton. Journal of June 12, 1828 

DeBLOIS Mrs. Betsey, of Johnston, and Capt. 
Stephen Olney, of North Providence, at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Feb. 3, 1822 

DEDDEN J , Esq., of Temple Cloud, and 

Mrs. Edgell, of Chew, at Findbury, 

Ireland. Journal of Nov. 13, 1829 

DeFORREST Sarah M., of Miles, of Lemming- 
ton. Vt., and John A. Smith, of Bristol, at 
Lemmington, Vt. Journal of May 19, 1823 

DELANO Thomas, of New Bedford, and Avis 
C. Tillinghast, second daughter of William, 
of and at Newport, Oct. 18, 1824 

DEMING Mrs. Elizabeth, of New York, and 
Hon. Francis Baylies, M. C, of Taunton, 
Mass., at Nassau, N. Y., June 23, 1822 

Celia, of Capt. Morris, of Providence, and 
Peter Fort, of Hartford, Ct., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 1825 

DENISON Louisa J. and Alexander S. Wads- 
worth, U. S. Navy, at the residence of 
Com. Rogers, at Washington, D. C. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 22, 1 824 

DENNIS Mary, daughter of Jonathan, of New- 
port, and Welcome Congdon, at Provi- 
dence, at I'^iends' House, Newport, Dec. 11, 1823 
Eunice and Melvin Wilbour, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, at Providence, Sept. 15, 1824 

Elizabeth and Emery Johnson, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, Sept. 28, 1825 

James W. and Sarah A. Tuell, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, at Newport, May 9, 1827 

Capt. Joseph L., of Providence, and Mary 

Smith, of Cranston, July 23, 1827 

John R., of Providence, and Hope Ann 

Rhodes, of Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Oct 25, 1827 
Charlotte, of Providence, and Otis Bliss, of 
Rehoboth, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, March 30, 1828 

James, of Scituate, and Hannah Jackson, 
daughter of Hon. Richard, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Providence, Sept. 11, 1828 



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DENNIS Nathan and Patience S. Cooke, at 

Portsmouth. Journal of 
Anna and Paul Wing, of Sandwich, at 

Friends' Meeting House, Portsmouth , 
DENNY Austin, Esq., attorney at law, and 

Amelia Purbank, daughter of Elijah, at 

Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Hull, 
DePERON The Baron, and Madamoiselle L. 

Maubough, granddaughter of Gen. Lafay- 
ette, at La Grange, France, 
DERACLMES T. and T. A. Dural, both of and 

at New York, by Rev. Mr. Varula, 
DERBY John B., Esq., and Mary Townsend, 

daughter of H , Esq., at Dedham. 

Journal of 
DeVORNEY Mr. , aged 67 years, and 

Susan Emery, widow, aged 16 years, at 

New Orleans. Journal of 
DEVEREAU Henry L., formerly of Salem, 

and Hannah N. Emerson, at Boston. 

Journal of 
DEVOL Hannah and Ivory Tripp, at Westport. 

Journal of 
Joseph R. and Mary L. Saunders, at Warren, 
DEVOTION Eunice and Capt. Henry Manning, 

at Scotland, Ct. Journal of 
DeWITT Gustavus A. and Eliza Searle Atwell, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

CrocKcr 
DEWHERST John and Abigail Hutchins, by 

William B. Martin, Esq., all of and at Prov- 
idence, 
DEWLAND John and Ann Parry, at Holy 

Trmity Church, Shaftersbury, Eng. Jour- 
nal of 
DeWOLF Francis L. B., of Bristol, and Eleanor 

Post, of New York City, at New York, by 

Rev. Dr. Romeyn, 
Mark Anthony, of Bristol, and Sarah Catha- 
rine Virginia Chappatm, 3d daughter of 

Leon, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker, 
Harriet, of Hon. James, and Jonathan Pres- 

cott Hall, F^sq., of Pomfret, Ct., at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Catharine H., of Hon. James, and Joshua 

Dodge, Esq., U. S. Consul to Marseilles, 

at Mount Hope, 
William Henry, Esq., of Bristol, and Sarah 

Ann Rogers, daughter of Rev. William, 

of and at Phildelphia, by Rev. Dr. Rogers, 



Nov. 17, 1828 
Sept. 9, 1829 

May 22, 1823 

July, 1827 
Dec. 19, 1829 

Aug. 14, 1820 

Dec. 6, 1824 

Nov. 12, 1829 

April 16, 1827 
March 23, 1828 

Dec. II, 1823 

Aug. 25, 1829 

Dec. 4, 1822 

April 26, 1827 

March 9, 1820 

Oct. 10, 1 821 

Oct. II, 1822 

Oct. 5, 1823 

Dec. 18, 1823 



318 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DeWOLF Nancy B., daughter of Hon. James, 

and Fitzbung Homer, Esq., of Boston, at 

Park Hill Park, Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 

Grisvvold, April 29, 1828 

John, of Bristol, and Annette Halsey Win- 

throp, of Boston, at St. Michael's Church, 

Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Grisvvold, May 26, 1829 

Abby Bradford, daughter of Charles, Esq., of 

Portsmouth, and Nicholas Gardiner Boss, 

Esq., of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, Sept. 30, 1829 

DEXTER Freelove, of Major Nathan, of Carl- 
ton, Mass , and Isaac Jencks, Esq., at 

Cumberland, Feb. 13, 1820 

Eliza, of Joseph, and David B. Carroll, all of 

and at Killingly, Ct. Journal of April 13, 1820 

Capt. John and Miss Hannah Aldrich, eldest 

daughter of Col. Dexter Aldrich, all of and 

at Smithfield, by Arnold Spears, Esq. 

Journal of Jan. 8, 1821 

Benjamin, Jr., of Killingly, and Miss Mary 

Collins, of Thompson, at Thompson, by 

Rev. Mr. Dow, Jan. 14, 1821 

Betsey, youngest daughter of Capt. Christo- 
pher, and Orrin Smith, of Jeremiah, all of 

and at Smithfield, Feb. 7, 182 1 

William, Jr., and Miss Marcelia Hicks, 

second daughter of Richard, at Scituate, 

by Rev. Mr. Knight. Journal of March 5, 1821 

Samuel, Esq., and Amey Martin, of Joseph, 

Esq., all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Sept. 10, 1821 

Nancy and William Spears, both of Smith- 
field, Feb. 14, 1822 
Lydia, of Lewis, of Smithfield, and Capt. 

Jabez Gorham, of Providence, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 16, 1822 
Martha B., of North Providence, and Stanton 

Thurber, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

the Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. 27, 1822 

Rebecca C, of Stephen, Esq., and Robert 

Jeffrey, of New York, at St. John's 

Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 29, 1822 

Amey, youngest daughter of Lewis, and 

Smith Mowry, Jr., of Charleston, S. C, at 

Smithfield, Sept. 23, 1823 

Joseph W. and Eliza Hayford, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 14, 1824 

Hatty and George Danielson, at Killingly, 

by Rev. Mr. Whitmore, Dec. 9, 1824 



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DEXTER Edward, Jr., and Arvilla Walker, of 
late Timothy, by Rev. Mr. Pease, all of 
Seekonk, Feb. 7, 1825 

Sarah W., of Pawtucket, and John C. Lev- 
eck, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, April 10, 1825 

Mary, of Christopher, of Smithfield, and 
Lodowick Walcott, of Cumberland, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, June 15, 1825 

John W., of Charlton, Mass., and Hannah 
R. Henry, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Nov. 14, 1825 

Lewis, Esq., and Mary Angell, youngest 
daughter of Jonathan, all of and at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. i, 1825 

Caroline A., of Darien, Ga., and Samuel 
Palmer, formerly of Providence, at Darien, Feb. 21, 1826 

Catharine, of Samuel, and Charles Jackson, 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1827 

Mary S., of Samuel, and Benjamin Cozzens, 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1827 

Samuel, Esq., and Almira T. Fenner, daugh- 
ter of Gov. James, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, July 31, 1828 

DICKENS Amos, of Stonington, and Mary 
Lewis, of John, of Westerly, at Stoning- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Hart. Journal of F'eb. 20, 1826 

Capt. Henry, of Stonington, and Nancy 
Nash, of Capt. Jonathan, of Westerly, at 
Watch Hill Point, by Rev. Mr. Shaw. 
Journal of Feb. 20, 1826 

DICKERSON Matilda W., of Seekonk, and 
Ray G. Burlingame, of Cranston, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, May 14, 1826 

Anna and Nathaniel Huntress, both of See- 
konk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1829 

Horace, of Montreal, and Amelia Bigelow, of 
Abijah, Esq., of Leicester, Mass., at 
Plattsburg, N. Y., by the Rev. S. W. 
Whelpley, May 12, 1823 

DILLINGHAM Elizabeth and Lavin Wolford, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 1828 

DILLINGTON William H. and Caroline F. 

Mellville, both of Newport, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 20, 1826 

DILLON Capt. Andrew and Mrs. Avis Whippy, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Merrett, June 23, 1823 



320 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DIMAN Francis M., of Bristol, and Mrs. Martha 

E. Greene, daughter of Dr. Benjamin 

Parker, of Bradford, Mass., at Bristol, in 

St. Michael's Church, by Bishop Griswold, Nov. 19, 1820 
Abigail and H. D. W. Fales, at Bristol. 

Journal of July 11, 1822 

Byron and Abby Alden Wight, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev, Mr. Wight, June i, 1823 

Bernace, only daughter of William, and Cal- 
vin Simmons, at Bristol, by Rt. Rev, 

Bishop Griswold, Sept. 9, 1827 

Bernice and Calvin Simmons, at Bristol. 

Journal of Sept. 24, 1827 

DIX Frederick and Maria Susan Killer, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1824 

Susan, of late Col. Benjamin A., and Sam- 
uel M. Worcester, professor of rhetoric, 

Amherst College, at Salem, Mass. Jour- 
nal of June 9, 1825 
DIXON Frances S., daughter of Hon. Nathan 

F., and Jesse L. Moss, both of and at 

Westerly, Oct. 8. 1829 

DOALBEARE Lucy, of Montville, and Rev. 

Lorenzo Dow, at Hebron, Ct. Journal of April 17, 1820 
DOCKRAY Capt. James R., Jr., and Mary Ann 

S. Plummer, of and at Portland, Me. 

Journal of July 25, 1825 

DODGE Eliza, of Nehemiah, of Providence, and 

Dr. William Henry Allen, of Louisbury, 

Ky., at Providence, July 18, 1820 

Joshua, Esq., U. S. Consul to Marseilles, and 

Catharine H. DeWolf, of Hon. James, at 

Mount Hope, Oct. 5, 1823 

Olney, of North Providence, and Dorcas 

Earle, of Joshua, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Gano, Jan. i, 1824 

Susan H., of Nehemiah, of Providence, and 

Solomon H. Mudge, of Portland, Me., by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, Oct. 16, 1826 

DORR Sarah L., eldest daughter of Joseph, and 

Richard Temple, by Rev. Mr. Gano, at 

Providence, Aug. 10, 1824 

Joseph O. and Sarah Carpenter, of Prov- 
idence, at Pawtuxet, Aug. 14, 1826 
DOUD Seth and Cornelia Hall, of Thomas, at 

Middleboro, by Rev. John R. Crane, Sept. 15, 1825 

DOUGLASS William H. and Mary A. Sher- 
man, of Elijah, at Newport, Jan. i, 1823 
John, of Mendon, and Alice Farnum, of and 

at Pawtucket. Journal of Jan. i, 1824 



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DOUGLASS John and Ann Jones, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Abby Taylor and Capt. Benjamin Lake, at 
Newport. Journal of 

John and Mary Potter, on Prudence Island, 
by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Anne, of Bristol, and Joseph Lathrop, of 
PLxeter, R. L, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, 
DOW Rev. Lorenzo and Lucy Doalbear, of 
Montville, at Hebron, Ct. Journal of 

Nancy, of Rev. Daniel, and Hiram Ketchum, 
Esq., of New York, at Thompson, Ct. 
Journal of 
DOWNING James and Avis Geddings, at Prov- 
idence, 

Dr. Harvey, of Lisbon, Ct., and Zil- 
pha Knight, of Angell, of and at Scituate, 

Margaret and Elias Barstow, Jr., by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, all of Providence, 
DOWNS Susan and James Perkins, at Rochester, 

Mass. Journal of 
DOYLE Sarah H., of Providence, and P^dvvard 
Stayner, of Halifax, by Rev. Mr. Gano, at 
Providence, 

David B. and Mary Ann Billings, daughter 
of William, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal of 

Thomas and Martha Dorrance Jones, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Bryan and Mrs. Catharine Hickey, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Woodley, 

Amanda, a pupil of the Ashbury Missionary 
Institution, Creek Nation, near Fort 
Mitchell, and James Hill, U. S. Army, by 
Rev. Mr. Hill. Journal of 
DRAKE F"reeman and Mary Davis, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Oath man, 

Harriet, daughter of General Crane, and 
Elijah Atherton, Esq., at Canton. Jour- 
nal of 

Owen and Hannah Fish, at East Winsor, Ct. 
Journal of 
DRAPER Abby, of Tiverton, and David Gifford, 
of Portsmouth, at Newport, 

Major Nehemiah S., of Providence, and 
Martha M. Moore, of Col. Henry, of New- 
port, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

Ira and Elizabeth Arnold Higgison, both of 
Pawtucket, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, 



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Jan. 7, 1828 

Dec. 23, 1828 

Nov. 29, 1829 
April 17, 1820 

Feb. 22, 1827 
March 18, 1822 
Nov. 17, 1825 
Nov. 16, 1S26 
Nov. 28, 1825 

July 13, 1823 

Feb. 9, 1824 

May 4, 1826 

June 26, 1828 

April 6, 1829 
Aug. 22, 1821 

March 31, 1825 

Dec. 21, 1829 

Jan. 26, 1820 

Feb. 8, 1820 

Oct. 17, 1820 



322 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DRAPER Virgil, of Rome, N. Y., and Eliza 

Holmes, of Attleboro, Feb. ii, 1822 

Susan R. and Hosea Carpenter, both of 

Providence, at Rome, N. Y., July 17, 1825 

Edward and Julia Ann Sheridan, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, Nov. 24, 1825 

Caroline and John Buttervvood, at Pawtucket. 

Journal of April 21, 1828 

DRESSER Susan and Boyleston Poore, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 22, 1825 
Melinda and John A. Andrews, by H. S. 
Mansfield, Esq., all of and at Slatersville. 
Journal of April 26, 1827 

DREW Mercy and Joseph Marwell, by Rev. Mr. 

Raymond, at Fairhaven, April 29, 1827 

Fanny Lee, of Plymouth, and Solomon Town- 
send, of Providence, at Plymouth, Dec, 28, 1827 

DROVER Mrs. Sarah and Charles Lincoln, for- 
merly of New Bedford, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Seamans, July 7, 1828 

DROWN Henry B.. of Woodstock, Ct., and Miss 
Julia A. Stafford, of Thomas, of Warwick, 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, April 24, 1821 

DROWNE Mary, of New Market, N. H., and 
Amos M. Read, of Pawtucket, at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr, Pitman, June 13, 1821 

DROWN Prudence and George K. Smith, by 

Rev. Mr. Wood, ail of and at Barrington, Oct. 24, 1825 

Hannah and George W. Kennicutt, both of 

and at Barrington, Jan. 25, 1826 

Eliza and Major Lyman Snell, at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Pease, Nov. 29, 1827 

Mercy and Isaiah Lane, at Rehoboth. Jour- 
nal of Dec. 17, 1827 

DROWNE Emeline, daughter of Capt. Samuel, 
of Warren, and Hiram Drowne, at Bar- 
rington, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, Dec. 31, 1828 
Hiram and Emehne Drowne, daughter of 
Capt. Samuel, of Warren, at Barrington, 
by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, Dec. 31, 1828 

DRURY Luke, Esq., of Bristol, and Mary S, 
Jencks, of late Joseph, of Providence, at 
North Providence, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 
wold, June 7, 1827 

DUDLEY Dorothy, of Paul, Esq., and Benjamin 
C. Hill, Esq., at Douglass, by Rev. Mr. 
Holman, Nov, 11, 1822 

DUFFEE Mary E., daughter of James, of New 
York, and Samuel Barton, Esq., of Rich- 
mond Co., N. Y., at New York, by Rev. 
William Parkinson. Journal of Dec. 24, 1829 



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DUGAN Johi> and Miss Eliza Ward, at Boston, 

by Rev. Mr. Dwight, July 19, 1821 

DUNAKLEE Mary and Farnum Chickering, 

botli of this town, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, 
DUNBAR Eliza and Timothy Carpenter, both 

of Fall River, at I'^reetown. Journal of 
DUNCAN Sarah and Benjamin Cole, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, all of and at Newport, 
DUNHAM S , of Providence, and Mary Ann 

Cooke, at Hartford. Journal of 
Charles C. and Elizabeth Taylor, both of 

Warwick, at Crompton Mills, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Philip and Harriet Stall, daughter of Gen. 

Isaac, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, 
DUNN Hannah, of Rev. Thomas, of Newport, 

and William James Taylor, of Philadelphia, 

at Newport. Journal of 
Theophilus C, M. D., and Elizabeth R. 

Potter, of Capt. Robinson, at Newport. 

Journal of 
Mary J., of late Capt. Bernon, of Providence, 

and Col. Henry Manton, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Nathaniel, of Wilbraham, and Charlotte L. 

Tillinghast, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent. Journal of 
Emma J., daughter of late Capt. Bernon, 

and Albert F". Smith, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, 
William J. and Lucretia H. McLellan, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
DUNNING Elizabeth, daughter of late Julius 

L., and Capt. Thomas V. Sullivan, of Bos- 
ton, at New York. Journal of 
DUNTON Eunice and Philip Lewis, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, at Providence, 
DURGEE Louisa Ann, daughter of John T., of 

New York, and Z. W. Bunce, Esq., of 

Detroit, Mich., at New York, by Rev. Mr. 

Mathias, 
Hannah B. and Rev. Algernon S. Kennedy, 

of Hartford, at Harlem, N. Y. Journal of 
DURICH James and Lavina Richmond, both of 

and at Wellington. Journal of 
DURFEE Hon. Job and Judeth Borden, of late 

Simeon, at Tiverton, by Rev. Dr. Coleman. 

Journal of 
Eliza S., of James, and Stephen Anthony, at 

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DURFEE Catharine, of Benjamin, and Thomas 
Jouvette,a 11 of and at Newport. Journal 
of 

Mary G. and Benjamin H. Lawton, at New- 
port. Journal of 

Nathan and Delana Borden, of late George, 
at Fall River. Journal of 

Patience B., of Providence, and Joseph C. 
Whiting, of Savannah, Ga., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Lydia, of Allen, Esq., and Moses Baker, of 
Providence, at Tiverton, 

John T. and Susan Monroe, both of and at 
Portsmouth. Journal of 

Polly and Capt. Godfrey Estes, both of and 
at Tiverton, bv Rev. Mr. Gale, 
BUTTON Lloyd S. and Lucy W. Cozzens, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
DWIGHT Rev. Lewis and Louisa H. Willis, 
daughter of Nathaniel, the publisher of 
Boston Recorder, at Boston. Journal of 

Mrs. Sarah H., daughter of late Hon. David 
Howell, and Hon. Samuel Eddy, M. C., 
by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Mary S., of Hon. Theodore, Jr., and George 
Bliss, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, at Spring- 
field. Journal of 

Sarah H.. of Hon. Jonathan, and George 
Bancroft, Esq., at Springfield, 
DYER Nabby, of Joseph, Esq., of Johnston, and 
Welcome Ballou, of Smithfield, at John- 
ston. Journal of 

Sarah, of Cranston, and Thomas Smith, of 
Johnston, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Cyrus and Mary Ann Grinnell, of Peter, 
Esq., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Anstress P., fourth daughter of Dr. Benja- 
min, and Salma Manton, of Johnston, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Benjamin, Jr., and Harriet Adie, only daugh- 
ter of Major Alexander, at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Charles, Jr., and Delia Soule, of Capt. Cor- 
nelius, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Patience and Otis Irish, at Little Compton. 
Journal of 

Frances Jones, second daughter of Elisha, 
Esq., and Amos Maine Vinton, merchant, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Provi- 
dence, 



Jan. 30, 1826 

March 5, 1827 

May 7, 1827 

Aug. 22, 1827 

Nov. 5, 1827 

March 17, 1828 

Nov. 10, 1829 
March 17, 1828 

June 7, 1824 

Oct. 17, 1824 

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325 



DYER Frances Elizabeth, youngest daughter 
of Benjamin, Esq., and Thomas Jefferson 
Stead, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of Provi- 
dence, 

Lydia W. and Robert Davis, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Caroline F., of Charles, and James Jacobs, 
merchant, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and 
at Providence, 

Albert P'ield and Amey Ann Ellis, only 
daughter of Cyrus, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all 
of and at Providence, 

Mary Ann, of late Aaron T., and Cornelius 
Wilbour, all of and at Newport, 

Hannah, eldest daughter of Olney, and 
George A. Taylor, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all 
of Providence, 

Sylvania, daughter of Nathan, of Cranston, 
and Thomas Watson, of Coventry, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, 

Caroline, daughter of Elisha, Esq., and H. B. 
Lyman, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Benjamin, Jr., of Providence, and Amelia 
Andrews, daughter of the late David, of 
Dighton, at Providence, at the Beneficent 
Congregational Church, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Clarence, of Windham, and Sarah Wither, 
daughter of Capt. Josiah, of Providence, at 
Windham, Ct., 
DYKE Albyn V. and Phebe Ann Prince, of 
late Capt. James, at St. John's Church, 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Arba C. and Ann Elizabeth Hetherington, 
both of Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, 



Feb. 21, 1825 
Dec. 21, 1825 

Jan. 25, 1826 

March 12, 1826 
July 16, 1826 

Nov. 15, 1826 

May 25, 1828 

March 2, 1829 

May 22, 1829 

Nov. I, 1829 

Sept. 12, 1822 

April 19, 1827 



EAGER Nahum, of Providence, and Betsey Nel- 
son, of Shrewsbury, Mass., at Shrewsbury, August 27, 1820 
Freelove and INathaniel Heath, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Journal of Dec. i, 1823 
Lewis and Mary Whitmarsh, both of Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, March 29, 1829 



326 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EARLE Thomas and Mary N. Hussey, both 

Friends, at Nantucket, Mass., July 13, 1820 

Fanny, of late Capt. William, and Christo- 
pher C. Godfrey, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, July 12, 1821 

Benjamin and Mrs. Amanda Westcott, both 
of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem. Journal of Nov. 19, 1821 

Maria, daughter of late Capt. William, and 
William G. Williams, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Gano, May 29, 1823 

Thomas Q. and Abby Snow, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Sept. 17, 1823 

Harriet C, of Nantucket, and Stephen Cor- 
nell, of and at Newport. Journal of Oct. 6, 1823 

Dorcas, of Joshua, of Providence, and Olney 
Dodge, of North Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1824 

Eliza, second daughter of Hon. Caleb, and 
Zebediah Lothrop, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all 
of Providence, Feb. i, 1825 

Mrs. Abby G. and Joseph S. Lawton, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb, all of Providence, July 30, 1825 

Mrs. Lydia and William Arnold, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, August 14, 1825 

Matilda, of late William, and John Vars, at 

Newport. Journal of Oct. 9, 1826 

Mary, of late Capt. Oliver, of Providence, 
and William C. Pearson, of New York, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 8, 1826 

Mary, of Boston, and Benjamin W. Steavens, 
of Providence, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Knowles. Journal of Aug. 23, 1827 

Sally Ann and Thomas Barker, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 30, 1828 

Mrs. Mary and Dea. Enoch French, at P^all 

River, Sept. 23, 1828 

Sarah, of Newport, and Samuel Mott, at 

New York, m P'riends Meeting House, Oct. 8, 1828 

Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Hon. Caleb, 
and WiUiam R. Watson, Esq., both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 26, 1829 

EASTERBROOKS D. and Miss Polly Sanford, 

both of and at Bristol, July 10, 1821 

Joseph, of Swanzey, and Amey Cole Luther, 
of Martin, all of and at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Rexford, Sept. 7, 1823 

Crawford and Mrs. Elizabeth Troop, at Bris- 
tol. Journal of Oct. 23, 1826 

Sarah D., of Bristol, and John Fuller, of 

New Bedford, at Bristol, April 22, 1827 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 327 

EASTERBROOKS Martin, of Warren, and Alice 

Lewis, of North Kingstown, at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Aug. 19, 1827 

Betsey, of Bristol, daughter of Abel, and 

John Wood, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Virgin, Nov. 8, 1827 

EASTMAN Samuel B., of Boston, and Nancy 

Moore, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent, Jan. 20, 1828 

EASTON Theophilus and Mrs. Mary Richard- 
son, at Mt. Hegeia, Foster, June 2, 1822 
James C. and P^liza P'ranklin, of Robert, all 

of Newport, April 5, 1825 

William and Amelia Claning, of PIdward, by 

Rev. Mr. Gano, all of and at Providence, May 11, 1826 

John H. and Julia Maria Lyonson, of Hon. 

Daniel, by Rev. Mr. Edes, at North 

Providence, Sept. 18, 1826 

Alvin and Eliza Benchley, of Smithfield, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 22, 1827 

Susan Elizabeth, daughter of late Norman, 

and Jefferson Borden, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, April 15, 1828 

EATHP^ORTH William E. and Mrs. Rebecca 

P. Saunders, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr, Wilson, Sept. 9, 1827 

EATON Sarah G. and Capt. Samuel Humphries, 

both of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, Nov. 26, 1821 
Abigail W., of Seth, Jr., Esq., and George 

Hartwell, at Taunton, Dec. 11, 1825 

Evelina, of Levi, of P"ramingham, and Will- 
iam R. Staples, Esq., of Providence, at 

Framingham. Journal of Nov. 2, 1826 

Thomas J. and Susan Waterman, both of 

Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, July 10, 1827 

Mary B. and Albert Brown, both of and at 

Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Bancroft, March 30, 1828 

William, a soldier of the Revolution, aged 74 

years, and Lovey Worthy, aged 29 years, 

at Boston. Journal of May 21, 1829 

Russell, of the Kennebec Journal, and Mary 

Ann Perkins, daughter of G. W., at Au- 
gusta, Me., by Rev. Mr. Ford, Oct. 14, 1829 
ECKERMAN Samuel H., of Portsmouth, N.H., 

and Betsey M. Greene, daughter of late 

Daniel, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Wight, Oct. 18, 1827 

ECKERT William, aged 75 years, and Miss 

Elizabeth Linsenbiglen, aged 17 years, at 

Philadelphia. Journal of June 8, 1826 



328 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EDDY Ann, of Moses, of Providence, and Rev. 
Reuben Torrey, of Ashford, Ct., at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Oct. 5 

Maria, of Barnard, and Daniel R. Clarke, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 18 

George W., of Smithfield, and Miss F'idelia 
Freeman, daughter of Salisbury, of Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, May 13 

Comfort and Catharine Swartz, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 21 

William and Susan Bliss, both of Valley 
Falls, Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, April 17 

Richard and Martha James, of John, all of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 2, 

Henrietta and Joseph Davis, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of Aug. 15 

Abby, of Benjamin, and Thomas G. Humph- 
ries, at Providence, Sept. 30 

William and Hannah G. Wilbour, both of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Nov. 14 

Mary, of Westport, and Samuel M. Tabor, of 

Providence, at Westport, Dec. 30 

Eunice C, of Benjamin, and George E. 
Simmons, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, April 13 

Capt. Sylvester and Tamor H. Luther, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, all of and at Warren, Oct. 7 

Richard E. and Emily Ann Havvley, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, all of and at Providence, Oct. 15 

Lyman, of Norton, and Hannah Lincoln, of 
Elijah, of and at Taunton, by Ichabod 
Leonard, Esq., Feb. 5 

Julia Ann, of Bellefonte, and Joseph Clarke, 
of Edenburgh, Scot., at Bellefonte, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, March 14 

Sarah Jones, of Benjamin, and Samuel Gray, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18 

Betsey, of Peleg, and Caleb Godfrey, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, all of and at Providence, Sept. 12 

George and Maria Hall, at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague, Sept. 19 

Hon. Samuel, M. C, and Mrs. Sarah H. 
Dwight, daughter of late Hon. David 
Howell, by President Messer, Oct. 17 

Rebecca Maxwell, of Capt. Caleb, and John 
Robert Wheaton, merchant, by Rev. Mr. 
Rexford, all of and at Warren, Nov. 9 

Joseph, of Providence, and Susan Salisbury, 
of Tiverton, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheney, . June 4 



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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 329 

EDDY Michael, Jr., and Sarah P. Sherman, at 

Newport. Journal of June 12, 1826 

Almira, of late Samuel, and Clarke Fuller, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, at North Providence, Aug. 29, 1826 

Nelson S. and Elizabeth M. Sampson, at 

Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Ross. Journal of Nov. 2, 1826 

Elizabeth, of Capt. Caleb, and Joseph Smith, 

3d, Esq., at Warren. Journal of Jan. 15, 1827 

Capt. Lyman, of Norton, and Lucinda 

Leonard, of Taunton, at Taunton, July 6, 1827 

P"rancis, of Troy, Mass., and Betsey Wil- 

marth, of Earned, of and at Attleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Ferguson, July 8, 1827 

Betsey, of Fall River, and Capt. Salisbury 

Luther, of Warren, at Svvanzea, by Rev. 

Mr. Taylor, Oct. 11, 1827 

Albert, of Providence, and Ruth Greene, of 

and at Warwick, March 23, 1828 

Elizabeth P., of Providence, youngest daugh- 
ter of Benjamin, 2d, and Sheperd C. 

Kingsley, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, April 7, 1828 

Thomas and Robey Phillips, at Swanzea, Nov. 24, 1828 

John, of Killingly, Conn., and Elvira Haw- 
kins, daughter of the late Henry, of 

North Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft. Journal of July 16, 1829 

Ann Juliet and Samuel Barrett, of Cam- 

bridgeport, at Middleboro, Mass. Journal 

of Dec. 17, 1829 

EDGELL Mrs. , of Chew, and J 

Dedden, Esq., of Temple Cloud, at Tima- 

bury, Ireland. Journal of Nov, 23, 1829 

EDWARDS Daniel, Jr., of Charlestown, and 

Clarrissa Gifford, of Jeremiah, of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Journal of F'eb. 6, 1826 
Joseph, of Falmouth, and Sarah F. Jones, of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 12, 1826 

EGAN Matthew and Jelinia Baxter, both of 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Journal of Oct. 9, 1820 

EGGLESTON M. T., of Utica, N. Y., and 

Elizabeth H. Updike, of Wickford, at 

Wickford. Journal of Aug. 15, 1825 

Elijah and Lavina Cowles, at Hartford. 

Journal of May 7, 1827 

EIGHFORTH William C. and Mrs. Rebecca 

P. Saunders, both of Providence, at Swan- 

zey, Aug. 3, 1827 



330 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ELDERKIN Marcus, of Providence, and Eliza- 
beth Slocuni, of Seekonk, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman, May 24, 1821 

ELDRED Charles and Matilda Spink, of 
Nicholas, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 
Mr. Northup, June 29, 1820 

Mary Updike, of Robert, Esq., of Wickford, 
and George Tillinghast, of Tolland, Ct., 
at Wickford, Jan. 26, 1826 

Ezra, of North Kingstown, and Mary Taylor, 
of late John, of and at Newport, by Rev, 
Mr. Torrey, Jan. 24, 1828 

Abby G., of Wickford, and Nicholas Tilling- 
hast, of Tolland, Ct., at Wickford, by Rev. 
Mr. Burge, Jan. 11, 1829 

Samuel P., of North Kingstown, and Lavina 
Barber, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Feb. 2, 1829 

ELDREDGE Dr. Charles and Eleanor Fry, at 

East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Park, Oct. 19, 1820 

Rebecca and Welcome Arnold, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Daniel Greene, Dec. 16, 1821 

Edward, of St. Salvador, S. A., and Hannah 
Grosvenor, of Hon. Thomas, of and at 
Pomfret, March 7, 1822 

Anna and Roy G. Andrews, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Oct. 6, 1822 

Catharine and John P. Smith, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, at Providence, Sept. 18, 1823 

Ellered and Mary Inman, by Timothy Sweet, 

Esq., at Chepachet, Oct. 2, 1825 

Levi and Abigail E. Kelley, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, Feb. 12, 1826 

Ruby Ann, of Smithfield, and Israel Wood, 
Jr., of Swanzea, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Sept. 24, 1827 

Nathaniel and Lydia Bassett, at Smithfield, 

by Judge Mann, Sept. 30, 1827 

James and Eunice Long, at Pawtucket. Jour- 
nal of April 21, 1828 
ELLERY Elizabeth Dana, eldest daughter of 
William, Esq., of Newport, and Robert 
Sedgewick, Esq., of New York, at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 21, 1822 

Charles, U. S. Navy, and Matilda M. Corn- 
wall, daughter of late Benjamin, of Brook- 
lyn, at New York. Journal of Sept. 11, 1823 

George W. and Mary Goddard, daughter of 
Thomas, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 
mell, Nov. 13, 1823 



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331 



ELLERY Martha Maria, of New Orleans, and 
Elbert J. Anderson, of New York; she was 
the eldest daughter of late Abraham Red- 
wood EUery, of Newport, married at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten, 

Henrietta A. S., of William, Esq., and Ed- 
ward T. Channing, Esq., professor in Har- 
vard College, at Newport, 
ELLIOTT Dyer and Eliza Greene, by Rev. Mr. 
Dow, at Thompson, Ct. Journal of 

Henry H., merchant, and Elmira Whitte- 
more, daughter of Samuel, Esq., at New 
York, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Hobart, 
ELLIS Julia, of Walpole, and Moses Guild, Jr., 
of Dedham. Journal of 

Mrs. Huldah, of Seekonk, and William Ev- 
erett, of Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman, 

Almira, of Cranston, and Edward T. Beazley, 
of Providence, at Cranston, 

Daniel P., of Attleboro, and Rebecca Carpen- 
ter, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, 

Ebenezer, of Springfield, and Mary D. 
Wheeler, of and at Taunton. Journal of 

Ayres and Eunice L. Mott, both of Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, at Cranston, 

Amey Ann, only daughter of Cyrus, and Al- 
bert Field Dyer, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of 
and at Providence, 

Dea. William and Mary Wheaton, only daugh- 
ter of Dea. Peter, by Rev. Mr. Barney, all 
of and at Seekonk, 

Richmond, of New York, and Mary A. 
Smith, daughter of Stephen C, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Matilda S. B., of James E., and Alfred 
Brown, at Providence, 

Kelita S., of Andover, and Abby C. Will- 
iams, eldest daughter of Jason, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Abigail M., of Jabez, of Attleboro, and 
Joseph B. Gay, of Philadelphia, at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Warren, 
ELLSBREE James and Amanda F. Read, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Journal 
of 

John and Susan Sandford, of Westport, at 
Troy, Mass., 



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EMERSON James B., of Providence, and Lydia 
P. Parker, of and at South Reading, Mass., 
by Rev. Mr. Emerson. Journal of Sept. lo, 1821 

John and Abigail Ball, both of and at Seekonk. 

Journal of March 13, 1823 

Hannah N. and Henry L. Devereau, for- 
merly of Salem, at Boston. Journal of Nov. 12, 1829 

EMERY Susan, widow, aged 16 years, and Mr. 
DeVaney, aged 67 years, at New Orleans. 
Journal of Dec. 6, 1824 

ENGLISH James and Lucy Francis, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket. 
Journal of April 19, 1824 

ENNIS Mary and Henry Clafflin, both of Paw- 

tuxet, at Cumberland. Journal of Sept. 21, 1826 

ERPELL Christian Henry Conrad, a native of 
Germany, and Susan Leonard, at Middle- 
boro. Journal of Nov. 28, 1825 

ESCHENBERG John, Esq., of Germany, mer- 
chant, and Eliza, second daughter of late 
Ceazer A. Rodney, Esq., at Buenos Ayres, June 2, 1824 

ESSEX Thomas, of Warwick, and Betsey Hatch, 
of North Kingstown, at North Kingstown, 
by Rev. Mr. Tillmghast, May 22, 1820 

Thomas and Waity Tindell, both of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oath- 
ham, Oct. 16, 1820 
Joseph and Abigail S. Smith, of Rev. Jona- 
than, at Coventry. Journal of Nov. 30, 1826 

ESTES Sarah, of Elisha, of Newport, and Chris- 
topher Lake, of and at Tiverton, March 17, 1825 
Abby, of Tiverton, and Benjamin Fish, of 
Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, March 15, 1827 
Capt. Godfrey and Polly Durfee, both of and 

at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Gale, Nov. 10, 1829 

ETCHELL Peter and Harty Tanner, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, March 5, 1829 

EVANS Lieut. Henry F., U. S. Regt. of Lt. 
Artillery, and Elizabeth W. Page, of Capt. 
Benjamin, at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, Jan. 24, 1820 

Duty and Miss Ruth Owen, daughter of 
Thomas, all of and at Glocester, by Rev. 
Mr. Hunt, Feb. 18, 1821 

John and Amey Thornton, of William, of and 

at Johnston. Journal of Jan. 6, 1822 

Celinda, of Anan, Esq., of Glocester, and 
Olney Barnes, of Smithfield, at Glocester, 
by John Hawkins, Esq., March 3, 1822 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 333 

EVANS Rowland and Abby O. Barney, of late 
Cromwell, by Rev. Dr. Edes, all of and at 
Providence, April 15, 1827 

Harriet, of Smithfield, and Thomas Cam- ^J^. 

bell, of Providence, at Smithfield, June 7, 1829 

EVERETT Richard and Louisa Tingley, both 
of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, April 4, 1820 

William, of Attleboro, and Mrs. Huldah 
Ellis, of Seekonk, at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman, March 21, 1821 

William, Jr., of Attleboro, and Emily C. 
Peabody, of and at Hampden, Me. Jour- 
nal of Oct. 30, 1823 

Louisa and Alfred Barrows, all of Attleboro, Nov. 2, 1826 

Otis and Lucretia Gose, at Boston, by Rev. 

Mr. Pierpont. Journal of Feb. 9, 1829 

John F., of Attleboro, and Mary Ann 
Hazard, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Phillips, Feb. 15, 1829 

Eunice and Dr. Joseph Andrews, of Rox- 

bury, at New London. Journal of Aug. Ji, 1829 

Dr. Oliver and Maria Sanger, at Sherbourne. 
Journal of Nov. 26, 1829 

EWELL Caroline Ball, eldest daughter of Dr. 
James, of Washington, D. C, and Eliab 
Kingman, Esq., formerly of Providence, 
at Washington, D. C, by Rev. Mr. 
McCormick, Dec. 9, 1828 

EWING Rachal, daughter of Nathaniel, Presi- 
dent of State Bank, at Vincennes, re- 
ceiver and public commissioner, for Vin- 
cennes District, at Vincennes, Ind., by 
Rev. Samuel F. Scott, May 2, 1820 



FAIRBANKS James, Jr., and Miss Nancy D. 

Sweetland, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 

Carrique, July 12, 1821 

Asa, of Franklin, Mass., and Anna Talbot 

Richmond, of William, Esq., by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker, at Providence, Oct. 3, 1825 

Millard, of New York, and Elizabeth S. 

Wilmarth, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, Oct. i, 1826 

Archibald, of Lancaster, Mass., and Mary 

Ann Hayford, daughter of Daniel, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal 

of May 28, 1829 



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FAIRBROTHER Betsey and James Lansdale, 

both of Providence, Oct. 2 

FALES H. D. W. and Abigail Diman, at Bris- 
tol. Journal of Julyir 

Achsah Miller and Asa Bates, at Attleboro. 

Journal of Jan. 21 

Frances M., of Hon. Lemuel, of Taunton, 

and Swan L. Pomroy, at Newport, Dec. 21 

Betsey Paine, of Bristol, and Capt. Comfort 
Paine, of Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Mann, Nov. 9 

Mrs. Sarah W., eldest daughter of John 
West, Esq., and Charles Richmond, Esq., 
at Tiverton. Journal of March 6, 

Sally, of Attleboro, and Capt. Alvin Jenckes, 

of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, Journal of Oct. 29, 

Dr. Joseph J., of Newport, and Martha 

Terry, of and at Boston, April 2 

FAULKNER Pierce A. and Ann Pierce, of 

Benjamin, at Portsmouth, Nov. 28 

FARDEN John and Hannah Salisbury, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Dec. 3 

FARGO Betsey and William Prince, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Sept. 14 
FARLEY Hannah M., of James, and Milton 

Hall, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, May 31 

FARNUM Charles A. and Experience A. Ban- 
nister, at Smithfield. Journal of Nov. 29, 

Susan, youngest daughter of Stephen, of 
Smithfield, and Capt. Ephraim Whipple, 
of North Providence, at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Tobey, June 11 

Daniel and Asha Angell, of Thomas, all of 

and at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Jan. i 

Elizabeth Louisa and Edward Padelford, at 

Savannah, Ga., Nov. 11 

Solomon, of Conway, Vt., and Ruth G. 
Dean, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Cobb, Nov. 16 

Alice, of Pawtucket, and John Douglass, 

of Mendon, at Pawtucket. Journal of Jan. i 

Erastus, formerly of Boston, and Elizabeth 
Ann Battey, of Providence, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 9 

Col. Winsor, of Smithfield, and Hermione G. 
Taylor, of and at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Dana, Nov, 20 

Welcome, of Smithfield, and Martha B. 
Tallman, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheeney, April 19 



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FARNUM E- 



-', Esq., of Paris, Fr., Member 



of the House of Deputies, and Louisa 
Antoinette Boisaabie, of Morristown, N. ]., 
at New York. Journal of 

FARRAND Ebenezer, U. S. Navy, and Eliza- 
beth Magill Williams, daughter of late 
Capt. John, at Middletovvn, 

FARRIER Arthur and Deborah L. Simmons, 
all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Otheman, 

FARRIS Samuel and Deborah Madison, both of 
Valley F"alls, Smithfield side, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

FASINEAU Eliza and Nathaniel Richmond, 
by Rev. Mr. Gammell, all of and at New- 
port, 

FAXON Lucy, of North Providence, and 
Leonard Sweet, of Providence, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

FEARING Dorcas of Wareham, and Dr.Eliphalet 
W. Hervey, late graduate B. U., at Ware- 
ham. Journal of 
Dr. Joseph Warren and Rebecca B. Ames, 
daughter of Asa, Esq., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Andrew, merchant, of Boston, and Aldi- 
borontiphoscophorino Bowen, of and at 
Fall River, 
William S., of New York, merchant, and 
Sarah P. Burrell, daughter of late Hon, 
James, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

FELLOWS Mary and Christopher Gardiner, at 
South Kingstown. Journal of 

FELLONS Nathaniel, of Island of Cuba, and 
Lucy Lambert, of William, Esq., of Rox- 
bury. Journal of 

FENNER James A., of Foster, and Sarah 
Bowen, of Nathan, of Coventry, married at 
Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Stone, 
Sarah, of Hon. James, and Edward J. Mal- 
lett, of Fayetteville, N. C, at Providence, 
Daniel, of Providence, and Miss Ruth Law- 
ton, of Pawtuxet, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Journal of Jan. 

Thomas B., Esq., cashier of Eagle Bank, 
and Avis Eliza Hitchcock, of late Jona- 
than P., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 



Nov. 12, 1829 

Aug. 12, 1829 

July 14, 1822 

Dec. II, 1823 

April I, 1827 

March 31, 1822 
Sept. 19, 1825 

March 17, 1828 
April 20, 1829 

Nov. 17, 1829 
Feb. I, 1821 

Oct. 17, 1825 

Jan. 20, 1820 
Sept. II, 1820 

15 and 18, 1821 
Oct. 2, 1 82 1 



336 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FENNER John S., of Foster, and Phebe Har- 
ris, of Scituate, daughter of late Dr. Hard- 
ing, of and at Johnston, Oct. 7, 1821 

Mrs. Amey and Peleg Fiske, Esq., of John- 
ston, June II, 1822 

Mrs. Waitstill Ann and Edward Fitzger- 
ald, both of and at Johnston. Journal of Dec. 30, 1822 

Harriet E., youngest daughter of Capt. Ar- 
thur, and Seth Adams, Jr., by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Feb. 26, 1823 

Sarah, of Capt. Arthur, of Providence, and 
Timothy C. Kendall, of Boston, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 20, 1823 

Sarah Ann, of Capt. Richard, of Canterbury, 
Ct., and Christopher Rhodes Stafford, of 
Providence, at Canterbury, by Rev. Mr. 
Murdock, March 16, 1824 

Christopher and Sarah Smith, of Col. 

Clement, at Scituate. Journal of April 22, 1824 

Thomas and Mrs. Mary Craft, by Rev. Mr. 

Craft, all of and at Providence, Oct. 3, 1824 

Col. Jeremiah and Mrs. Mary Ann Harris, 
both of Cranston, at Providence, by Rev, 
Mr. Pickering. Journal of Oct. 4, 1824 

Martha and David Pettey, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, April 7, 1825 

Thomas, of Scituate, and Mary Thayer, of 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem. Journal of Aug. i, 1825 

Phebe, of Obadiah, of Foster, and Jonah 
Titus, Esq., of Scituate, at Foster, by Rev. 
Mr. Stone, Sept. 11, 1825 

Theodore D. and Mary Maynard, both of 

Providence. Journal of P'eb. 26, 1827 

Miss E , of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and 

E Thresher, of Providence, at New 

York, Sept. 13, 1827 

Ann and James S. Slocum, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 7, 1828 

Almira T., daughter of Gov. James, and 
Samuel Dexter, Esq., at Scituate, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, July 31, 1828 

Henry and Amey G. Potter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 25, 1828 

Richard M., of Providence, and Sophrenia 

Foster, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 12, 1828 

Ann Eliza, of Providence, and John Carnes, 
of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Church, Nov. 27, 1828 

FESSENDEN Rev. Benjamin, of East Bridge- 
water, and Mary Wilkinsen, of Isaac, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Dec. 13, 1821 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 



337 



FESSENDEN William H., of Sandwich, and 

Lydia H. Russell, of William, Jr., at New 

Bedford. Journal of 
William and Rachel Bowen, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
John K., of Woburn, and Abigail Warren, 

of and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Skinner, 
FIELD Sophia H., of John, dec, and John 

Wallen, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Lucy, of Brimfield, and Samuel A. Groves, 

of Southbridge, at Brimfield, by William 

Thompson, Esq., 
William G., formerly of Boston, and Eliza 

B. Norris, of Bristol, at Bristol. Journal 

of 
William and Miss Lucy Lefavor, both of 

North Providence, at Providence bv Rev 

Mr. Taft, , oy i^c . 

Rebecca, of Joseph, and Isaac Peckham, at 
Providence, 

Barnum, of Boston, and Frances L. Field, 
of Richard M., Esq., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Williams, ^ 

Frances L., of Richard M., Esq., and 
Barnum Field, of Boston, at Providence 
by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Almira, of late Capt. John, and John 
Miller, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson 

Barney and Lucinda Preshoe, both of Taun- 
ton, at Raynham, by Nathaniel Brittain 
Esq., 

Edward and Eliza Japson, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson 
Lucinda of Capt. Nathaniel, and Horatio 

Lincoln, at Taunton. Journal of 
Sarah and David Jackson, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, ^ 

Oliver W., of Providence, and Sarah H 

Tabor, of Joseph, of Pawtucket, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Seth and Patience Bowen, at Taunton 

Journal of 
Sarah Ann and John V. Hill, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, all of and at Providence, 
John, Jr., and Mary Burke, by Rev Mr 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, 
Edward and Alice Ann Thurber, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Maria M. and Caleb B. Snow, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, 



Nov. 28, 1825 

March i, 1827 

Oct. 25, 1829 

P'eb. 9, 1820 

May 30, 1820 

June 5, 1820 

May 7^ 1 82 1 
Oct. 25, 1821 

Nov. 7, 1 82 1 

Nov. 7, 1821 
April 18, 1823 

Sept. 8, 1822 

Sept. II, 1823 

April 14, 1823 

March 11, 1824 

March 31, 1825 

Sept. 28, 1826 

April 8, 1827 

April 22, 1827 

Sept. 4, 1827 

Oct. 31, 1837 



338 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FIELD Mary Ann, of Providence, and Isaac 

Gifford, of Little Compton, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Eliza and Henry Martin, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 
Ophelia E. and Holden Budlong, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Mehitable and Joshua Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, 
Amelia Ann, daughter of Rev. D. D., and 

Rev. Josiah Brewer, late missionary to 

Greece. Journal of 
Abby C, daughter of Richard M., and John 

Edwin Brown, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
p^Waterman, at Pacific Congregational 

Church, 
FIFIELD Elder and Celia Knight, at 

Providence, 
FILLMORE Lucius, of Providence, and Miss 

Lydia Snell, of Seekonk, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
Ruby, of Rev. Amaziah, and David Avery, 

Jr., of Windham, at Franklin. Ct. Journal 

of 
FINCH Alvah and Harriet Frederica Weed, 

eldest daughter of William, at New York. 

Journal of 
FINN Henry James, Esq., of the theatre, and 

Elizabeth Powell, of Snelling, Esq., at 

Boston, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, 
FISH Fanny and Milton Read, both of See- 
konk, at Pawtucket, 
Barzillai and Mary Ann Freeborn, both of 

Portsmouth, at Newport, 
Eliza, of Joseph, and Henry Lawton, all of 

Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy, 
Joseph B. and Sarah Anthony, of William, 

Esq., all of Portsmouth, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
Benjamin, of Portsmouth, and Abby Estes, 

of Tiverton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Gammell, 
Elihu, Esq., and Mrs. Olive Angell, widow of 

Hon. Charles, by Rev. Mr. Stone, at Scit- 

uate, 
William and Mary Ann Clarke, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Pawtucket, 
William and Mary Ann Clarke, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, all of and at Pawtucket, 



March 17, 1828 
July 3, 1828 
Jan. 8, 1829 
Feb. 8, 1829 

Dec. 17, 1829 

Dec. 24, 1829 
March 5, 1820 

April 28, 1 82 1 

Feb. 5, 1824 

Dec. 27, 1824 

Sept. 14, 1826 
June 22, 1823 
May 20, 1824 

Sept. 22, 1825 

Jan. 5, 1826 

March 15, 1827 

March 15, 1827 

April 5, 1827 

April 12, 1827 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 339 

FISH John and Frances Barker, at Portsmouth. 

Journal of Aug. 11, 1828 

Sarah L. and Bennett J. Monroe, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Griffin. Sept. 23, 1828 

Daniel aud Sophia Tobey, both of Central 

Falls, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Dec. i, 1828 

Hannah and Owen Drake, at East Winsor, 

Ct. Journal of Dec. 21, 1829 

FISHER Elias and F'rances Wyrnan, at Wren 

tham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske. Journal of Feb. 14, 1820 

George C. and Harriet Cady, of late Jona- 
than, all of and at Killingly, Ct. Journal 

of April 27, 1820 

James and Miss Amanda Potter, eldest 

daughter of Capt. Job, both of and at Paw- 

tu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. 16, 1821 

Freeman, of Falmouth, Mass., and Catharine 

Brown, of Elisha, of and at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr Tobey. Journal of Jan. 6, 1822 
Mrs. Susannah and Thomas Lawrence, by 

Benjamin Peck, Esq., all of and at Provi- 

idence, Nov, 23, 1822 

George and Ann Eliza Chaffee, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of and at Providence, July 28, 1823 

Lois B., of late Nathaniel, and Joseph Maxcy, 

by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, all of and at Attle- 

boro, Aug. 31, 1823 

Marvin W. and Harriet Braid, at St. Paul's 

Church, North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft, Dec. 24, 1823 

Mary, of Providence, and Seth Swain, of 

Nantucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Webb, Nov. 29, 1825 

William and Harriet Linnell, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, all of and at Providence, Dec. 24, 1826 

Ann and Abner Goldsmith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 30, 1827 

Schuyler, of Attleboro, and Mary Rawson, 

of Smithfield, at Cumberland. Feb. 3, 1828 

Betsey, of Wrentham, and William Mar- 
shall, of Providence, at Wrentham, by Rev. 

Mr. Fiske, May 30, 1828 

Thomas R. and Judeth Williston, both of 

Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Oct. 22, 1828 

FISKE Samuel P. and Charlotte Blackington, 

both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Nel- 
son, June 28, 1820 
Mrs. Harriet K., second daughter of late Col. 

Stephen Sheldon and Israel G. Manchester, 

Esq., at Scituate, by Rev, Charles Stone, Dec. 9, 1821 



340 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FISKE Peleg, Esq., and Mrs. Amey Fenner, of 

Johnston, 
Samuel and Sally Kent, both of Johnston, 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight. Jour- 
nal of 
Azuba B., of Wrentham and George A. 

Tufts, Esq., attorney at law, of Dudley, 

Mass., at Wrentham, by Rev. Elisha Fiske, 
Rev. Wilbur, of Vermont, and Ruth Peck, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
Clarrissa H., of Providence, and Anthony 

Turner, of Augusta, Ga., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
James, of Ellsworth, Me., and Mehitable 

Snow, of Providence. Journal of 
Amos, of Providence, and Sarah Waterman, 

of and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Stone. 

Journal of 
Elihu, Esq., and Mrs. Olive Angell, widow 

of Hon. Charles, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Stone, 
Philip, of Providence, and Caroline Briggs, 

of Coventry, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, 
Peleg, of Providence, and Caroline A. 

Greene, of Thomas, of Pawtuxet, at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Philip, of Providence, and Caroline Briggs, 

of Daniel, formerly of Dighton,at Coventry. 

Journal of 
Eliza Ann, of Caleb, of Newport, and Lorenzo 

Moore, of Vermont, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Torrey, 
Lydia A., of Providence, and Samuel Lang- 
ley, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 
Mary S., of Providence, and Cyrus R. Bene- 
dict, of New York, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 
Amanda A. and Sabin Chace, at Willimantic 

Falls, Wmdham, Ct., 
Samuel C, of Southbridge, and Celestina W. 

Bottom, daughter of Frederic W., Esq., of 

and at Pomfret,Ct.,by Rev. Mr. Crampton, 
FITTS Almira and Joel Whitaker, at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Barney, 
FITZGERALD Edward and Mrs. Waitstill Ann 

Fenner, both of and at Johnston. Journal 

of 
FLAGG Sarah S., and William H. Mann, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at Provi- 
dence, 



June II, 1822 

Aug. 19, 1822 

Oct. 2, 1822 
June 9, 1823 

Sept. 18, 1823 
P'eb. 24, 1825 

March 6, 1826 

March 15, 1827 

May 20, 1827 

June 21, 1827 

June II, 1827 

Oct. 17, 1827 
April 25, 1828 
April 25, 1828 
April 27, 1828 

July 14, 1829 
Dec. 23, 1827 

Dec. 30, 1822 

April 23, 1827 



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341 



FLAGG Dr. John F. B. and Mary H. Jackson, 
Hon. Richard, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
FLEMING J. W. C, and Mary R. Rotch, of 

William, Jr., Esq., at New Bedford, 
FLETCHER Thomas, Jr., and Charlotte Everett 
Clarke, both of Providence, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Mary, of Pawtucket. and Solomon Rogers, of 
Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict. Journal of 

Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas, of Provi- 
dence, and Joseph Briggs, of Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Jane Boardman, third daughter of Thomas, 
Esq., and Augustus Arnold, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
FLINT Mrs. Eunice and Dr. John Waters, at 

Nashville, Tenn., 
FOGG P'rancis B., Esq., attorney at law, for- 
merly of Newport, and Mary Rutledge, 
daughter of Major Henry M., of and at 
Nashville, Tenn. Journal of 

Susan and Moses Hobson, at Salem, Mass. 
Journal of 
FOLLETT Malinda, of Comfort, and Ellis 
Cooke, all of Cumberland, at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Oliver, of Cumberland, and Miss Levinia 
Pickering, of Bellingham, Mass., at Cum- 
berland, by Notham Arnold, Esq., 

Rosanna, of Luther, and Virgil Blake, of 
Wrentham ; she was of and at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Elice and Mrs. Adelia A. Arnold, by Jabez 
Amesbury, Esq., all of and at Cumberland, 

Polly, of Luther, and Amos Cook, Jr., by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, all of and at Cumberland, 

Polly, eldest daughter of Robert, Esq., and 
Cyrus Bullock, all of Rehoboth. Journal 
of 

Lewis, of Cumberland, and Rebecca Mathew- 
son, youngest daughter of late Joseph, of 
and at Smithfield, 

Isaac, of Cumberland, and Ann Eliza Rem- 
ington, of and at Smithfield. Journal of 

Seth, of Grafton, Mass., and Martha S. Nol- 
ton, of and at Shrewsbury. Journal of 
FORD James, Esq., attorney at law, and Dorcas 
Adams, by Rev. Mr. Reed, all of and at 
Fall River, 



Dec. 3, 1827 
Aug. 8, 1823 

May 7, 1820 

June 27, 1822 

Oct. 9, 1826 

Oct. 22, 1829 
May 4, 1824 

Nov. 13, 1823 
Oct. 22, 1829 

July 2, 1820 

March 18, 1821 

Oct. 25, 1821 

Nov. 7, 1822 

March 30, 1823 

June 9, 1823 

June 10, 1824 

July 18, 1825 

April 27, 1826 

Sept. 15, 1824 



342 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FORD Patience, of Glocester, and Amos Williams, 

of Foster, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Jan. 4, 1826 

FORESTALL Eleazer H. and Abigail B. Taft, 

both of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 8, 1827 

FORT Peter, of Hartford, Ct., and Celia Dem- 

ing, of Capt. Morris, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 1825 

FORTH Hannah H., of North Providence, and 

Bat Hunt, of North Kingstown, at East 

Greenwich, Aug. 29, 1822 

FOSS John and Sarah B. Slade, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Asa Winsor, Esq., Dec. 6, 1829 

I'^OSTER Robert W. and Mary Ann Simmons, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, all of and at Provi- 
dence. Journal of Aug. 11, 1823 
John, of Bath, Me., and Ardelia P. Lawton, 

of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1823 

Benjamin T., of Providence, and Zeolide W. 

Brown, of Wrentham, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 30, 1825 

Col. Charles O., formerly of Providence, and 

Leonora Hall, of Thomas, of and at Sparta, 

Ala. Journal of June 3, 1824 

Benjamin and Sarah Norton, at Newport. 

Journal of Oct. 18, 1824 

Abraham and Esther Taylor, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 25, 1826 

John A. and Lucretia Cady, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 10, 1828 

Capt. Freeman, of Scituate, Mass., and Eliza 

Thompson, daughter of the late John, of 

Providence, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 

McCauley, Sept. 19, 1828 

Sophronia and Richard M. Fenner, of Provi- 
dence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 12, 1828 
William, of Charlestown, Mass., and Eliza- 
beth Wheeler, of Boston, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 6, 1829 

FOWLER Enoch and Lydia Bullock, of Abel, 

all of Rehoboth, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Thompson, Nov. 26, 1820 

Isaac and Ann Borden, both of Fall River, 

at Assonet. Journal of March 24, 1825 

Rev. William C. and Mrs. Harriet Cobb, 

daughter of Noah Webster, Esq., at New 

Haven. Journal of Aug. 8, 1825 

Martha, of Christopher, of Newport, and 

William Littlefield, Esq., of Tennessee, by 

Rev. Mr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825 



Dec. 20, 


1827 


Jan. 24, 


1828 


Feb. 28, 


1828 


Sept. 30, 


1828 


Jan. II, 


1821 


June 18, 


1822 


April 19, 


1824 


May 30, 
Dec. II, 


1825 
1825 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 343 

FOWLER Ann, of Newport, and Serell E. 

Sweet, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, 
Julia, daughter of the late Dr. Isaac, of Re- 

hoboth, and John Marvell, of Wellington, 

Mass., at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Vernon, 
Damarius and Arnold Pettes, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 
Nancy C. and Lieut. Alexander Bache, U. S. 

Corps of Engineers, at Newport, 
FOX George W. and Miss Sarah Pottle, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
FRANCIS John Brown and Ann Carter Brown, 

only daughter of Nicholas, Esq., all of and 

at Providence, 
Lucy and James English, by Rev. Mr. Ben- 
edict, all of and at Pawtucket. Journal of 
Thomas, formerly of Boston, and Polly Har- 
vey, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 
Fanny and Ebenezer Lee, at Taunton, 
Mary and John Burrell, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, J Lily 6 

Elisha and Margaret Alexander, both of 

North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 20; 

Celia Ann, of Thompson, Ct., and Edward K. 

Bowen, of Providence, at Thompson, by 

Rev. Mr. Groves, Dec. 22 

Almira, daughter of Joseph, and Amos W. 

Snow, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Way land, Jan. I 

Dr. John W. and Eliza M. Cutler, daughter 

of Benjamin, Esq., at Grace Church, New 

York, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Nov. 16 

Susan H. and P2ppencius Southworth, at 

Boston. Journal of Nov. 16 

FRANKLIN Viall and Mary Hawkins, of Darius, 

at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, March 2 

George B. and Abby Ann Springer, of Capt. 

Isaac, at Providence, Feb. 3 

Eliza, of Robert, and James C. Easton, all of 

Newport, April 5 

Charles H. and Mary Ann Paine, at John- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, April 15 
Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Henry P., and 

Amos Denison Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 7 

Elisha and Sarah Willison, of and at Bristol, Oct. 21 

Betsey B. and Benjamin B. Slade, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bonney. 

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344 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FREEBODY Miss Mary, of William, of New- 
port, and William B. Phillips, of Provi- 
dence, at Newport, April 3, 1821 

Lydia E. and John C. Thompson, of Provi- 
dence, at Newport. Journal of Nov. 12, 1827 
FREEBORN Mary S., of Henry, and Michael 

I^^^Calahan, at Newport. Journal of Aug. i, 1822 

Ann, of Henry, and George W. Lake, by 

Rev. Mr. Gammell, at Newport, March 17, 1824 

Mary Ann and Barzillai Fish, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, May 20, 1824 

Capt. Gideon and F"reelove N. Weeden, by 

Rev. Mr. Gale, at Wickford, Nov. 13, 1825 

Marcy, of Capt. , and Pardon D. Til- 

linghast, of Providence, at Wickford, April 9, 1826 

Elizabeth and Josiah Chace, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Friends' House there, -Aug. 9, 1826 

Mary C. and Daniel McCartee, at Newport. 

Journal of Dec. 2, 1826 

Mary Ann and Isaac Lawton, at Newport. 

Journal of Dec. 11, 1826 

FREEMAN Eli and Miss Worthy Whipple, of 
William, all of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, May 6, 1821 

Fidelia, of Salisbury, of Cumberland, and 
George W. P>ddy, of Smithfield, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, May 13, 1821 

Whipple and Mrs. Susannah Webber, both 
of Smithfield, at Providence, by Benjamin 
Peck, Esq, Sept. 4, 1821 

Whipple and Mrs. Susannah Webber, both 

of Smithfield, Sept. 11,1821 

George W., of Attleboro, and Louisa Gary, 
of Pawtucket, at Valley Falls, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, Dec. 18, 1825 

William, of Attleboro, and Mary Slocum, of 
Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 16, 1826 

Eliza and Gushing Brown, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, April 24, 1828 

Marshall G., of Providence, and Europee 

Stafford, at Natic village, Warwick, June 22, 1828 

Benjamin W. and Mary G. Howard, at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Journal of Aug. 4, 1828 

Elizabeth O., of Boston, and G Handy, 

of Bristol, at Boston. Journal of Sept. 29, 1828 

FRENCH Cassander and Adeline Strange, at 

Berkeley, Mass., May 13, 1822 

Capt. James, Jr., and Betsey Peck, by Allen 

Hunt, Esq., at Seekonk, ' July 28, 1822 



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FRENCH Olive and James Lord, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, July 4, 1823 

Josiah, Esq., aged 48 years, and Betsey Jack- 
man, 40 years. This is his 5th wife, at 

Solon, Me. Journal of Feb. 2, 1824 

Otis and Martha A. Baker, by Rev. Mr. 

Barney, all of and at Seekonk, Oct. 21, 1824 

John R., of Fall River, and Sarah Caroline 

Weekes, of and at Wilmington, N. C, April 5, 1827 

Benjamin, of Roxbury, Mass., and Hannah 

Wheelock, formerly of Shrewsbury, Mass., 

at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Nov. 11, 1827 

Harvey, of Providence, and Mrs. Lydia 

Peck, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Barney, Nov. 29, 1827 

Dea. Enock and Mrs. Mary Earle, at Fall 

River, Sept. 23, 1828 

Elizabeth P., daughter of Ephraim, and 

Major Borden, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. 

Ross, Dec. 24, 1828 

FRIEND Mary, of Newport, and Peter Glad- 
ding, of Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, at 

Bristol, Dec. 10, 1826 

FRISSELL Henry, of Woodstock, Ct., and 

Hannah Owen, of Solomon, of Glocester, 

at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Hunt. Feb. 22, 1821 

FRIZELL Calvin W. and Rosanna Whittemore, 

both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by Rev, 

Mr. Allen, Sept. 25, 1825 

FROBOCK Catharine and Otis Smith, of Bel- 
mont, Me., after an acquaintance of 48 

hours, at Belmont, Me., by Dudley Stick- 

ney, Esq. Journal of Aug. 17, 1820 

FROST Walter, of Boston, and Esther Ingra- 

ham, of John, of and at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, March 7, 1825 

FRUIT Elizabeth, aged 54 years, and Jacob 

Harmer, aged 22 years, in North Carolina. 

Journal of Jan. 10, 1820 

FRY Eleanor, of Judge F'ry, and Dr. Charles 

Eldredge, at East Greenwich, by Rev. 

Mr. Park, Oct. 19, 1820 

Abby Ann, of Providence, and William G. 

Cramp, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Gano, Nov. 30, 1824 

Ruth, daughter of Thomas, of East Green- 
wich, and Joseph Arnold, of North Kings- 
town, at East Greenwich. Journal of Dec. 4, 1826 
Mary Flagg, of late Capt. John F., and 

Edward P. Knowles, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

all of and at Providence, Feb. 4, 1827 



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FRY Nicholas S., of East Greenwich, and Esther 

C. Reynolds, ot Jonathan, of North Kings- 
town, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Allen. 

Journal of March 17, 1828 

FULLER Josiah P. and Esther M. Bly, of 

Oliver, married by Rev. Mr. Potter. 

Journal of Jan. 27, 1820 

Amasa and Anna Harris, both of Attleboro, 

at Providence, Aug. 26, 1820 

Mr. and Sally Serrell, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Journal 

of Oct. 17, 1822 

David, of Dedham, and Abby Northup, of 

Newport, at Providence, May 9, 1824 

Eliza C., of late Joseph, and William W. 

Harris, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, all of and at 

Providence, Oct. 31, 1824 

Eliza G., of late Joseph, and William W. 

Harris, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow. Journal of Nov. 8, 1824 

Joshua and Sarah B. Horton, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Whipple, July 16, 1826 
Clarke and Almira P2ddy, of late Samuel, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, at North Providence, Aug. 29, 1826 

John, of New Bedford, and Sarah D. Easter- 
brooks, of and at Bristol, April 22, 1827 
Caleb and Leafy Handy, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Nov. 22, 1827 

Zachariah R. and Cinderilla Inman, both of 

Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Mann, Jan. 28, 1828 

FURNISS Benjamin, aged 72 years, and Lydia 

Pratt, widow, aged 42 years, at Jamaica, on 

Deer Lsland, Vt., by Rev. Joseph Sould- 

ing, Feb. 2, 1826 

John Clarke and Mrs. Matilda Marshman 

Soper, both of and at Boston, March 23, 1827 



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GAGE Rhoda, of Aaron, of Monson, Mass., and 
P>astus F. Knowlton, of Providence, at 
Monson, by E. Whitaker, Esq., May 16, 1820 

Laura Ann, of Pawtucket, and William Sut- 
ton, Jr., of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Wilson, Feb. i, 1821 

Maranda and Barton Grant, at the Chocolate 

Mills, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Journal of Jan. 2, 1823 



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GAGE Hannah Ann, of Seekonk, and Lyndon 
Jencks, Esq., of North Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Amelia B. and Philip Bokee, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 
Ruth and Frederick Macomber, by Rev. Mr. 
Greene, all of and at Pavvtncket. Journal 
of 
Paulina and Edwin Porter, both of and at 
Central P'alls, 
GALE Rev. Elbridge, of Wickford, and Louisa 
Havens, of and at P'ramingham. Journal 
of 
GANO Eliza Brown, youngest daughter of Rev. 
Stephen, and Joseph Rogers, all of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Ur. Gano, 
Maria T., of Rev. Stephen, and Rev. Henry 
Jackson, by Rev. Dr. Gano, at Providence, 
Sarah S., of Rev. Stephen, and Rev. Peter 
Ludlow, at Providence, 
GARCIA Marie Felicite, of the Italian Opera 
Company, and Eugene Malibran, Esq., at 
New York. Journal of 
GARDINER Peleg VV., of Providence, and 
Rhoda Bowen, of P^lisha, of Scituate, at 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. VVestcott, 
Christopher and Miss Mary Fellows, at South 

Kingstown. Journal of 
Jeremiah, of East Greenwich, and Maria 
Holmes, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
Sally, of Oliver, and John Tanner, at South 

Kingstown. Journal of 
Julia Ann, of Nicholas R., and Samuel So- 
lack, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Otherman, 
John and Eliza Weeden, of late Capt. James, 
all of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Ben- 
edict, 
John R., of Prince Edward Island, and Mary 
Gardiner, of Amos, of North Kingstown. 
Journal of 
Mary, of Amos, of North Kingstown, and 
John R. Gardiner, of Prince Edward Island. 
Journal of 
Mary, of Capt. James, of Newport, and Ralph 

Post, at Chatham, Ct. Journal of 
Nicholas and Abigail Arnold, by Rev. Mr. 

Palmer, all of and at Exeter, 
Sally Ann, of North Kingstown, and Edmund 
Sheffield, of Westerly, at North Kings- 
town, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 



April 17, 1823 
Aug. 26, 1824 

Jan. 18, 1827 
Oct. 19, 1829 

April JO, 1826 

Nov. 7, 1 82 1 

March 1 1, 1822 

Nov. 22, 1824 

March 30, 1826 

Oct. 25, 1820 
Feb. I, 1821 

July 29, 1 82 1 
Oct. 29, 1 82 1 
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348 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GARDINER Sarah Ann and Edmund Sheffield, 

of Westerly, by Rev. Mr. Allen, at North 

Kingstown. Journal of June 19, 1823 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of late Robert Brayton, 

and William Bailey, Esq., of Middletown, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, June 30, 1823 

William and Elizabeth Gates, daughter of 

Capt. Asa, by Rev. Mr. Greene, at New- 
port, July 30, 1823 
Mary Ann, of late Peleg, and Timothy C. 

Collins, of Hopkinton, at Friends' House, 

Portsmouth. Journal of Oct. 16, 1823 

Mary Ann, of Nantucket, and Israel Williams, 

at Valley Falls, Nov. 20, 1823 

Ceazer, of Boston, and Andelina Brenton, 

eldest daughter of Scipeo, colored, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Aug. 22, 1824 

Thomas Jefferson and Rebecca K. Bradford, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 16, 1824 
Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Edward C, 

and Hiram A. Perry, all of Newport, at 

New York, June 17, 1825 

Joseph and Lucy Northup, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Central Falls, July 31, 1825 

Sarah B. and George Nichols, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, at South Kingstown, Sept. i, 1825 

Elizabeth, of Capt. Andrew, aged 12 years, 

and Nathaniel Cole, aged 20 years, all of 

Leverett, after a tedious courtship of three 

years, at Shutesbury, Mass. Journal of Sept. 19, 1826 

Thomas and Hannah Tew, both of and at 

Newport. Journal of Jan. 30, 1826 

Eunice and Samuel R. Goss, by Rev. Mr. 

Webb, all of and at Providence, May 24, 1826 

Amey, of Vincent, of North Kingstown, and 

Samuel Brown, Esq., of South Kingstown, 

at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Oct. 29, 1826 
Sarah, of Zenus, of Nantucket, and Welcome 

A. Greene, of Providence, Nov. i, 1826 

Zerviah, of Swanzey, and Capt. John Mason, 

of Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 

Taylor, March 18, 1827 

Sarah Ann and James Wilson, at South 

Kingstown. Journal of May 10, 1827 

Nathan A. and Mercy Reynolds, both of Ex- 
eter, at Warwick, May 13, 1827 
Susan O., daughter of Lyman, of South 

Kingstown, and David Nason, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Anthony, Sept. 3, 1827 



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GARDINER Capt. Nicholas V. and Hannah 
Baker, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 
Joseph M., of Providence, and Susan John- 
son, of and at Worcester, 
John H., of Jamestown, and Harriet D. 
Allen, daughter of Samuel D., of and at 
North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 
William O. and Mercy Ann Northup, at 

Apponaug, 
Jabez C. and Eliza Bicknell, at North Kings- 
town, by Rev. Mr. Northup. Journal of • 
Ambrose and Respah C. Smith, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Jonathan, of Pawtucket, and Phebe L. Sis- 
son, only daughter of Aaron, of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, 

GARLAND Mary L., of Danvers, and Rev. 
John O. Choules, of Newport, at Danvers. 
Journal of 
Martha L., of Danvers, and Rev. John O. 
Choules, of Newport, at Danvers. Jour- 
nal of 

GARLIN William and Mrs. Eliza Davis, by Rev. 
Mr. Brown, 

GARZEE Abby and James Kerr, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Ray Potter, 

GASTOFF Mehitable and David M. Burdick, 
both of and at Newport, 

GATES Elizabeth, daughter of Asa, and Will- 
iam Gardiner, by Rev. Mr. Greene, at 
Newport, 
Mary and Alexander Havens, Jr., of War- 
wick, at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson, 

GAY Joseph B., of Philadelphia, and Abigail M. 
Ellis, of Jabez, of and at Attleboro, by 
Rev. Mr. Warren, 
Mrs. Cordelia, of London, and Lawrence 
Williams, Esq., of Philadelphia, at Maran- 
ham, by John Harketh, Esq., British Con- 
sul, 

GAYLORD Capt. Horace, of Ashford, and 
Mary A. Davis, of Major John, of and at 
Woodstock, 

GEDDINGS Avis and James Downing, at Prov- 
idence, 

GEER Charles H. and Sarah A. Williams, at 
Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Bancroft, 

GIBBON George, of Charleston, S. C, and 
Caroline Perkins, at Boston. Journal of 



Feb. 24, 1828 
Feb. 25, 1828 

March 17, 1828 

March 30, 1828 

Aug. 25, 1828 

Sept. 28, 1828 

June 8, 1829 

Jan. 4, 1827 

Jan. 3, 1828 

Sept. 13, 1826 

Sept. 20, 1 82 1 

Sept. 2, 1827 

July 30, 1823 
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May 13, 1828 

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GIBBS Caleb G. and Mary Wade, of Ichabod, at 

Providence, by Rev. Prof. Adams, 
William C., PLsq., Governor of Rhode Island, 

and Marv Kane, of Elias, Esq., at Albany, 

N. Y., 
Ann Maria and Samuel Gibbs, at Somerset, 

by John Mason, Esq., 
Samuel and Ann Maria Gibbs, at Somerset, 

by John Mason, Esq , 
Hope Ann G. and Thomas J. Clarke, by 

Rev. Peter Ludlow, 
John and Klartha L. Anthony, of and at 

Somerset. Journal of 
Mary C, of late Josiah, of Coventry, and 

Sidney B. Smith, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Shurtleff, 
Martha, of Swanzey, and Benjamin West, of 

Rehoboth, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Slade, 
Sarah Ann and Edwin Barrows, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, 
Eliza, of John, of Providence, and Edward 

S. Lyon, of Newport, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Almira J., daughter of Elijah, Esq., of Ster- 
ling, Ct., and Isaac G. Bowen, of Coventry, 

at Sterling. Journal of 
GIFFORD David, of Portsmouth, and Abby 

Draper, of Tiverton, at Newport, 
Cynthia, of Dartmouth, Mass., and Ezra 

Thompson, of Savannah, Ga. Journal of 
Christopher and Miss Roby Manchester, 

after a courtship of 13 years, married by 

PZphraim Gifford, Esq., at Little Compton, 
Annanius, of Uxbridge, and Sally Thayer, of 

Douglass, at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. 

Dow. Journal of 
Ruth, of Jeremiah, and William Chace, both 

of Portsmouth, at Newport, 
Clothier, of Little Compton, and Prescilla 

Gifford, of Westport, at P^riends' Meeting 

House, Dartmouth, 
Prescilla, of Westport, and Clothier Gifford, 

of Little Compton, at P'riends' Meeting 

House, Dartmouth, 
Clarrissa, of Jeremiah, of Portsmouth, and 

Daniel Edwards, Jr., of Charlestown, at 

Newport. Journal of 
Sarah and Thomas Reynolds, by Rev. Mr. 

Seamans, all of and at Providence, 
Lydia, of Daniel, and William Marvel, at 

P'all River, by James Ford, Esq. Journal 

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GIFFORD Noah, Jr., of Little Compton, and 
Sarah Tripp, at Friends' Meeting House, 
VVestport, May 31, 

Capt. 1^., of New Bedford, and Maria P. 

HiHman, at Westport. Journal of July 16, 

Diana and Abraham Warren, of Fall River, 

at Tiverton, by Rev. Job Borden, Sept. 12, 

Mrs. Abby D., of Newport, and Rufus B. 
Kingsley, of Canton, Mass., at Newport. 
Journal of Nov. 19, 

Gideon and Susan W. Simmons, eldest 
daughter of late Joseph, both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Virgin. Journal of Dec. 10, 

Isaac, of Little Compton, and Mary Ann 
Field, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, March 17, 

Amey and Daniel Woodworth. Journal of June 29, 

Mary M., of Westport, and Harvey B. 

Allen, at Dartmouth. Journal of July 23, 

GILBERT Eliza, of Norfolk, Va., and Daniel 
Lyon, formerly of Providence, of Norfolk, 
Va., Jan. 3, 

Eliza, of John, of Mansfield, and Dr. George 
O. Gilbert, of Providence, at Mansfield. 
Journal of Oct. 30, 

Dr. George O., of Providence, and P>liza 
Gilbert, of John, of and at Mansfield. 
Journal of Oct. 30. 

GILES Abigail H., of Scituate, and Jeremiah 

Ballon, of Killingly, Ct., at Scituate, June 18, 

GILLETT Elizabeth 13radley, and L. H. Young, 
of Norwich, editor of the Canal of Intelli- 
gence, at New Haven, by Rev. Mr. Cross- 
well. Journal of Sept. 20, 
GILLMORE Zeolide, of Pawtucket, and Joseph 
Whiting, of Franklin, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, March 20, 

Betsey and Simeon Ames, at Sterling, Ct., April 17, 

Jane and Benjamin Lister, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 8, 

GILMER Margaret, of North Providence, and 
Andrew Shearer, of Taunton, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, April 30, 

GILPIN Rev. P^dwin, of Aylesford, Nova Scotia, 
and Gertrude A. Brinley, of Edward, of 
Newport, at Trinity Church, Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Wheaton, June 15, 

GINDRAT Louisa Caroline, of Savannah. Ga., 
and Richard James Arnold, Esq., of Prov- 
idence, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell, ' May 22, 



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352 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GLADDING Capt. John and Mrs. Mary Chand- 
ler, all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, May 2, 1822 

Josiah G. and Mary Brown, of Thomas, Esq., 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1822 

Edward and Mary Wood, of John, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Webb, July 31, 1823 

Thomas Dring, of Providence, and Sarah 
Ann Hubbard, of Newport, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 17, 1824 

Henry and Mary Ann Southwick, of Silas, 

at Newport. Journal of Jan. 13, 1825 

William and Charlotte Spooner, at Newport. 

Journal of March 31, 1825 

Col. Abraham S. and Mary Day, of Ebenezer, 

by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 8, 1825 

Martha W. and Capt. C. B. Pearce, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, May i, 1826 

Jonathan P. and Olive Davis, by Rev. Mr. 

Taylor, all of and at Bristol, Dec. 10, 1826 

Peter, of Bristol, and Mary P'riend, of New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, at Bristol, Dec. 10, 1826 

Nathaniel and Susan Taylor, of late William, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Jan. 16, 1827 

Melecent Perrin and Edward Corey, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, May 9, 1827 

Susan C, of Allen, and Capt. John H. Orms- 
bee, all of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, July 15, 1827 

Louisa, of Providence, and William Brown, of 
Worcester, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
p:des, April 2, 1828 

Martha T., daughter of James, Jr., and Rich- 
ard Hobbs, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight, July 11, 1828 

Jonathan and Amey Stoddard, third daugh- 
ter of Harden, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Samuel and Sarah F. Sweet, daughter of Jo- 
seph, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Farley, 

PLdward and Lydia Darling, both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bonney, 

Henry G. and Frances C. Hurlbert, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr Farley, 
GLEASON Eunice and Jonathan Gleason, at 
Worcester, 

Jonathan and Eunice Gleason, at Worcester, 

Philander and Dolly Banks, at Worcester. 
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Feb. 12, 


1829 


Sept. 28, 


1829 


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GLOVER Reuben and Calista Clarke, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Aug. 27, 1826 
GODDARD William G., Esq., editor Rhode 

Island American, and Miss Charlotte R. 

Ives, daughter of Thomas P., Esq., at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, May 22, 1821 
Mercy, of Stephen, and Benjamin Mumford, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Aug. 25, 1822 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, and George W. 

Ellery, of Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Nov. 13, 1823 
P'rances, of Thomas, and Robert Taylor, by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, all of and at Newport, April 9, 1827 

GODP'REY Christopher C and Miss P'anny 

Earle, of late Capt. William, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 12, 1821 

Samuel and Phebe Henshaw, both of and at 

Taunton, by Rev. Alvan Cobb. Jonrnal 

of Jan. 21, 1822 

Abby, of Providence, and Charles Constan- 

tine, of New York, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker, May 13, 1822 

Capt. George and Ann Cushraan, at Taun- 
ton. Journal of May 23, 1822 
Caleb and Betsey Eddy, of Peleg, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, all of and at Providence, Sept. 12, 1824 

Edwin K., and Lucy Bebee, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 9, 1827 
Eliza F". and James Shaw, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Oct. r, 1827 

Charlotte J. L., of John, Esq., and Rev. Prince 

Hawes,of Boston, at Taunton, April 14, 1828 

Celia, of Cumberland, and Prmce Wheldon, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 10, 1828 

GOFF Balos and Miss Mercy Williams, at Reho- 

both, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Feb. 5, 1821 

Rebecca and Simpson Chace, at Taunton, by 

Rev. Mr. Hazelton, Dec. 2, 1822 

Samuel and Martha Ingraham, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Re.xford. Journal of April 15, 1822 

Squire and Lydia (ioff, both of Rehoboth, 

at Dighton. Journal of April 28, 1823 

Lydia and Squire Goff, both of Rehoboth, at 

Dighton. Journal of April 28, 1823 

George A., Esq., and Zerviah Haile, by James 

Bliss, 2d, P^sq., all of and at Rehoboth, Sept. 21. 1823 

Deliah H. and Billings Peck, by George W. 

Peck, Esq., at Rehoboth, Jan. 9, 1825 

Hannah and James McDole, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Pawtucket, Feb. 17, 1825 

Nicholas and Esther Sweetland, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, Dec. 8, 1825 



354 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GOFF Aseneth and Jefferson B. Goff, both of 
Rehoboth, at Dighton, by Richard West- 
cott, Esq., Aug. 13, 1826 

Jefferson B. and Aseneth Goff, both of Reho- 
both, at Dighton, by Richard Westcott, 
Esq., Aug. 13, 1826 

Nathan and Nancy Ingraham, by Rev. Mr. 

Rexford, all of and at Warren, March 28, 1827 

Robert and Bathsheba Babbitt, at Taunton, July i, 1827 

William and Sarah R. Stall, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, July 13, 1828 
Mrs. Martha and George Woodbury, both of 
Providence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Spaulding, July 20, i 829 

GOLDSBOROUGH Triphena and Rev. Pre- 
served Smith, of and at Taunton, by Rev. 
Mr. Hamilton, Oct. 14, 1823 

GOLDSMITH John and Betsey Jacques, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Journal 
of Jan. 12, 1824 

Abner and Ann Fisher, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 30, 1827 

GOOD ALE Daniel, of Amhurst, 81 years, and 
Sarah Colton, 61 years, at Northampton, 
Mass. Journal of Jan. 10, 1820 

GOODENOUGH Phineas and Miss Mary 

Rand, at Worcester. Journal of June 7, 1821 

Betsey, of Hancock, and Ira Cooper, of 

Rochester, at Mason, N. H. Journal of Jan. 24, 1822 

GOODHUE Daniel T. and Mary Hale, married 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, ' Dec. 28, 1819 

Mary Ann, of Pawtucket, and Sumner 

Carpenter, at Seekonk, Sept. 24, 1827 

GOODING Ebenezer, of Wellington, Mass., and 
Betsey Anthony, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Cobb, Nov. 6, 1825 

GOODNOW Harriet and John Y. Jenny, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 26, 1824 

GOODSPEED Robert and Elizabeth E. Win- 
slow, by Rev. Mr. Gana, all of and at 
Providence, April 3, 1826 

Jeremiah, of Newport, and Sarah Wilcox, of 
Leonard, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, Aug. 13, 1826 

Jeremiah and Emeline Brayman, of David, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Charles, June 7, 1829 

GOODWIN Frederick H., of Plymouth, Mass., 
and Julia A. Robbins, of Asher, of New- 
port. Journal of Oct. 18, 1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 355 

GOODWIN Rev. Daniel LeBaron and Rebecca 

Wilkinson, of William, Esq., by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, all of and at Providence, Dec. 12, 1825 

Dr. Charles and Sarah Pickins, daughter of 

Z , Esq., at Middleboro, Mass. 

Journal of April 27, 1826 

Dr. Charles and Mrs. Harriet Rhodes, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurteff, Feb. 24, 1828 

GONDELL William, of Alexandria, D. C, and 

Clarrissa C. Cady, of Josiah, of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Parke, July 4, 1823 
GONSOLVE Emily, eldest daughter of Capt. 

Joseph, and George K. Davis, by Rev. 

Mr. Hoker, all of and at Providence, . April 7, 1822 

Ann Eliza, of Providence, and Arnold Briggs, 

of Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, June i. 1823 

GORDON Rebecca and Charles Miner, at Ster- 
ling, Ct., Feb. 20, 1820 
His Grace the Duke of, and Mrs. Chris- 
tie, a widow, with 4 children and without 

fortune, in Scotland. Journal of Sept. 25, 1820 

GORE Lucretia and Otis P2verett, at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Pierpont. Journal of Feb. 9, 1829 

Charles ¥., of Roxbury, and Mary Richards, 

daughter of Dea. Jonathan, of and at Ded- 

ham. Journal of Oct. 22, 1829 

Adeline Belinda, daughter of Paul and Calvin 

Whiting of Boston, at Jamaica Plains, by 

Rev. Mr. Gray, Oct. 29, 1829 

GORHAM Sarah, of late Jabez, and Samuel 

Olney, all of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Jan. 6, 1820 

Amos T. and Fanny R. Sanford, both of 

Bristol, at Bristol, by Rev. A. V. Griswold, June 25, 1820 
Nathaniel, Esq., of Canandaigua, N. Y., and 

Mary Parsons, of and at Northampton. 

Journal of Jan. 29, 1827 

Capt. Jabez, of Providence, and Lydia Dexter, 

of Lewis, of Smithfield, at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, April 16, 1822 

Daniel, of Warwick, and Susan Usher, of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Merrett, Aug. 8, 1824 

Hon. Benjamin, Member of Congress, and 

Mrs. Margaret C. Coles, daughter of late 

Hon. John Coffin Jones, at Boston. Journal 

of Nov. 26, 1829 

GORTON Mary, of Uriah, and Benjamin Old- 
ridge, native of Denmark, at Newport. 

Journal of June 5, 1820 



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Sept. 13, 1 821 



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GORTON Mary and Thomas J. Sprague, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Barbara Fenner, of Dea. Benjamin, of War- 
wick, and P'reeman Wing, of Sandwich, 
Mass., at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas Man- 
chester, 

Thomas W., of Warwick, and Elizabeth Carr, 
of and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Oliver and Catharine Sweetland, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, at Pawtucket, 

Amey G. and Augustus A. Greene, at War- 
wick. Journal of 

Eveline W. and George Hutchens, at War- 
wick. Journal of 

Isaac and Mary Shippee, both of and at War- 
wick. Journal of 

Eliza, of Newport, and Peleg P. Parker, at 
Central Falls, 

Lydia P. and Daniel Davis, at Warwick, 

Phebe and Thomas Rhodes, at Warwick, 

Lydia and Daniel Davis, at Warwick, 

Sarah, of Cranston, and David Atwood, of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
GORY Peter, of Glocester, and Miss Martha 
Williams, of and at Burrillville, by Rev. 
Mr. White. 

Louisa, of Pawtucket, and George W. Free- 
man, of Attleboro, at Valley Falls, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, 
GOSS Rebecca, of Providence, and Luther 
Hardy, of Bradford, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

Samuel R. and Eunice Gardiner, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, all of and at Providence, 
GOULD Hope Ann, of Wickford, and Senaca 
Congdon, of Leicester, Mass., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 11 

Irene, of Moses, of Dedham, and Barzillai 
Cranston, Esq., of Providence, at Dedham, 
by the Rev. Mr. White, Jan. 24 

Capt. John and Ann Eliza Whiting, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, at Providence, Oct. 6, 

Rufus S. and Martha P. Benchley, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, all of Pawtucket, ' Nov. 25, 

Susan, of Middletown, and George W. 
Slocum, of Portsmouth, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Eddy, July 5 

Ebenezer and Ruth C. Bishop, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July i 

Samuel and Anna Barker, daughter of John, 
at Middletown, Nov. 11 



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GOULD James, of Newport, and Mary Ann 
Springer, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Dec. 25, 1827 

John H. and timeline B. Pitcher, both of 
Pawtucket, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Bar- 
ney, D.c. 8, 1828 

William C, merchant, and Charlotte Ward, 
daughter of Dr. John, both of and at New- 
ark, N. J., by Rev. Mr. Hay. Journal of Nov. 12, 1829 
GRACUS Orinda, of Thompson, and Johnson 
Bixby, of Brimfield, Ct., at Thompson, by 
Rev. Daniel Dam, Nov. 4, 1821 
GRAFTON Mrs. Eliza and George B. Thomp- 
son, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. (lano. Sept 10, 1826 

Hope, only daughter of Rev Joseph, and Jo- 
seph Parker, of Baltimore, Md., at Newton. 
Journal of Oct. 21, 1822 

Martha Ann and Charles A. Tourtellot, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Nov 27, 1828 

GRAHAM George, Esq., Commissioner of Gen- 
eral Land Office, Washington, and Jane L 
Watson, at Washington. Journal of July 21, 1825 

GRAINGER Sarah, of John, and George W. 
Hyer, of the Merchantile Advertiser, of 
New York, at New York. Journal of Nov. 6, 1820 

GRAMPAER Gottelieb, Esq, and Mary Hill, 
only daughter of the late Capt. John, all of 
Boston. Journal of Oct. 3, 1822 

GRANT Ebenezer, of Barrington, and Miss 
Lydia Lather, of Swanzey, at Barrington, 
by Rev. Mr. Wright. Journal of April 9, 1821 

Mahala, of Capt. Joseph, and Oliver West, 
both of Seekonk, at Barrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Wright. Journal of April 9, 1821 

Caroline B., and William K Hidden, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 3, 1821 

Barton and Maranda Gage, at the Chocolate 

Mills, by Rev. Mr Benedict. Journal of Jan. 2, 1823 

Polly, eldest daughter of Eliphaz, and Jt)hn 
Newell, by Rev. Mr. Spaulding, all of and 
at Cumberland. Nov. 21, 1824 

Julia M. and Daniel Bowen, all of and at 

Barrington. Journal of April 14, 1825 

Mrs. Mary, of Warren, and Peter Taylor, of 
Barrington, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Stoddard, July 29, 1827 

GRATTAN Edward, of New York, and Mary 
Stillwill, second daughter of Nicholas, 
Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, Oct. 18, 1827 



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GRAVES Benjamin, Jr., and Martha W. Webb, 
of late Col. Thomas S., at Worthington, 
Ohio, April 4 

Capt. James and Mary White, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, all of and at Providence, Oct. 1 1 

Elisha and Abby N. Rogers, both of War- 
wick, at Providence, Feb. 4 
GRAY Abby, of Pardon, and Robert Gray, at 

Tiverton. Journal of Nov. 27 

Robert and Abby Gray, of Pardon, at Tiver- 
ton. Journal of Nov. 27 

Eliza and Robert Angell, both of Providence, 

at Providence, Dec. 17 

Col. John, formerly of Southbridge, Mass., 
and Miss Lorinda Mackintire, of Simeon, 
of Glocester, at Glocester, May 13 

Mrs. Waitstill, of Providence, daughter of 
Abel Allen, Esq., and Job Woodman, of 
Louisville, Geo., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Aug. 23 

Horatio, 19 years, and Eliza Maddin, 14 

years, at Belfast, Me. Journal of April 18 

Lydia, of Thomas, of Tiverton, and William 
Cole, of North Kingstown, at Tiverton, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickham, Aug. ii 

Mary, of Tiverton, and Caleb Greene, of 

New Bedford, at Tiverton. Journal of Oct. 31 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Daniel S. Amesbury, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, all of and at Providence, Dec. 10 

David, Esq., of Somerset, and Betsey P. 
Winslow, of Dr. John, of and at Swanzey. 
Journal of Sept. i 

William S. and Mary Anthony, of David, 

Esq., of and at Somerset. Journal of Sept. i 

Hannah, of Joseph, and Benjamin Cleveland, 
at Somerset. Journal of Oct. 27 

Ann, of Lebanon, and J. Everett Valentine, 
Esq., of Boston, at Windham, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Everett. Journal of Nov. 13 

Samuel and Sarah James Eddy, of Benjamin, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18 

Susan, of late Dea. Philip, of Tiverton, and 
A Peirce, of Little Compton, at Tiver- 
ton. Journal of Jan. 24 

Humphrey and Patience Crandall, at Tiver- 
ton. Journal of March 6 

Philip and Comfort Cook, at Tiverton. 

Journal of March 6 

Mrs. Catharine Dangerfield, of Tallahassee, 
late of Fredericksburg, Va., daughter of 



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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 



359 



GRAY: 

Major Byrd C. Willis, of the latter place, 
and Archille Murat, eldest son of late 
King Joachim, of Naples, 

Mary and Alexander M. McGregor, at New- 
port. Journal of 

Ira and Harriet Newman, of John, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Gideon and Hannah Orne, at Bristol, 

Martha B. and Marcellus Ide., at Central 
Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Henry and Abigail Oiney, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, 

William and Mary Westgate, of James, at 
Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 
GRAYCRAFT Richard, of Philadelphia, and 
Louisa Lovejoy, of Concord, Mass., at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
GRAYSON Eliza, of Providence, and Ezra 
Colvin, of Warwick, at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Knight, 
GREYSON Alfred and Mary Cargill, at New- 
port. Journal of 
GREELP^Y Jane and Thomas Herrick, at Bev- 
erly. Journal of 
GREENE Lucy A., of Capt. Benjamin, dec, and 
Major Oliver C. Wilbur, all of Warwick, 
married by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, at War- 
wick. 

Dea. Thomas, of Pomfret, Ct., and Ex- 
perience Abbott, of this town, at Provi- 
dence, 

Randall H. and Mary B. Aborn, of Capt. 
Lowry, at Providence, 

Penelope M., youngest daughter of Dr. 
Thomas, and Charles A. Prince, of Boston, 
at Providence, by Rev. Prof. Adams, 

Eliza B., of late Stephen, and Benjamin 
Tuell, Jr., all of Newport, at Newport, by 
Rev. Dr. Eddy, 

Samuel, of Coventry, and Mary Lippitt, of 
Killingly, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Dana, 

James A. and Elizabeth Oman, of William, 
at Newport. Journal of 

Mrs. Martha E., daughter of Dr. Benjamin 
Parker, of Bradford, Mass., and Francis 
M. Dimond, of Bristol, at Bristol, in St. 
Michael's Church, by Bishop Griswold, 



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360 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GRP:ENP: Capt. Benjamin R. and Mary G. 
Arnold, eldest daughter of late Hon. 
Thomas, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field. Journal of Dec. 14, 1820 

Mrs. Patience, of Coventry, and Rev. Jona- 
than Smith, of Pawtucket, at Coventry, by 
Rev Dr. Benedict. Journal of Dec. 21, 1820 

Sarah R , of Thomas W., and Giles Anthony, 
both of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Littiefield Journal of Jan. 18, 1821 

Eliza, daughter of Timothy, of North Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin C. Harris, of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 16, 1821 

William and Miss Mercy Waterman, of Re- 
solved, all of and at Johnston, by Rev. E. 
Sprague, July 29, 1821 

Celii, youngest daughter of Capt. John M,, 
of Provitlence, and Thomas Saunders Met- 
calf, of Augusta, Geo., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, July 30, 1821 

Charles and Maria Sweet, all of and at Cov- 
entry, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Sept. y, 1821 

William R and Susan Arnold Burrell, sec- 
ond daughter of late Hon. James, all of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 26, 1821 

Matilda and Alpheus Smith, both of and at 

Pawtucket Journal of Jan. 17, 1822 

Sarah and Oliver Brownell, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Feb. 7, 1822 

Daniel and Phebe Greene, both of and at 

East Greenwich, F'eb. 17, 1822 

Phebe and Daniel Greene, both of and at 

East Greenwich, Feb. 17, 1822 

Simon Henry and Caroline Cornelia Aborn, 
eldest daughter of late Edward, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1822 

James C, of East Greenwich, and Eliza A. 
Parkesson, of James, P^sq , of Coventry, at 
Coventry, by Rev. Jonathan Smith, May 12, 1822 

Ann, of Timothy, and Edward Wolcott, at 
Episcopal Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, May 13, 1822 

John G., Esq., of Warwick, and Margaret 
Clarke, at Dungeoness, Cumberland Isle, 
Geo., May 15, 1822 

Eliza, of Christopher, of Warwick, and Festus 

L. Thompson, of Vermont. Journal of -Aug. 19, 1822 

Constant C. and Harriet Perry, of late Col, 

James, at Newport, by Rev. 'Mr. Webb, Aug. 25, 1822 



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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 361 

GREENE Samuel, Esq., of North Providence, 
and Sarah O. Harris, of late Stephen, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Henry Angustus and Mary Ann Snow, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev Mr. Wilson, 

Celia A., daughter of late Capt. Benjamin, 
and Wanton A. Briggs, all of and at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. Journal of 

Caleb, of New Bedford, and Mary Gray, of 
and at Tiverton. Journal of 

Betsey, of Samuel, of Pawtucket, and Thomas 
Bourne, of New Bedford, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Nov. 17, 1822 

Waitey and Nicholas Peters, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, at Providence, 

Olive and William Wyatt, both of and at 
Bristol. Journal of 

Roy and Ruth B. Sprague, all of Johnston, 
by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Mrs. Abby H. and Henry Lord, both of Prov- 
idence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

James C. and Marcy Ann Westcott, of Gen. 
Thomas, both of and at Centreville, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Sarah Ann, of Capt. James, of Warwick, and 
Stephen Arnold, of Savannah, Ga. Jour- 
nal of Oct. 13, 1823 

Marcy and Gideon C. Briggs, both of Coven- 
try, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of Oct. 27, 1823 

Harriet and William H. Young, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, Oct. 30, 1823 

Eliza and Dyer Elliott, by Rev. Mr. Dow, at 

Thompson, Ct. Journal of Dec. 11,1823 

William M. and Sarah Warner, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 18, 1823 

Comfort, daughter of James, and George 
Davis, at P2ast Greenwich, by Elder Til- 
linghast. Journal of Dec. 25, 1823 

Jemima and Capt. William Almy, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, Feb. 10, 1824 

Joseph, of Johnstown, and Sarah Collins, of 
Jabez, of Hopkinton, at P'riends' House, 
Hopkinton, April 28, 1824 

Thomas R., of Warwick, and Epeline Tomp- 
kins, of Troy, Mass., at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, June 30, 1824 

Charlotte Helen, eldest daughter of Capt. 
William, and Ethan Allen Rawson, by Rev, 
Mr. Daggett, at Mendon, Aug. 23, 1824 



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362 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Albert G., Esq., Attorney at Law, 
and Mary Ann Clifford, of Benjamin, Esq., 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at Provi- 
dence, 

Sally and Christopher Warner, both of War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Lydia H., of Major William F., and Thomas 
J. Wardwell, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of 
and at Providence, 

Mrs. Phebe and Col. John Arnold, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Susan and Stephen Millard, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, all of and at Providence, 

Joseph W., of Warwick, and Abby Frances 
Shaw, of Dr. William G., at Wickford, by 
Rev. Mr. Purge, 

Welcome A., of Providence, and Sarah Gar- 
diner, of Zenas, of Nantucket, 

Susan A., of Col. Augustus, and John W. 
Rowland, all of and at East Greenwich, 

Mrs. Hannah, aged 52 years, and Bartholo- 
mew West Carney, aged 86 years, at Bos- 
ton. Journal of 

Augustus and Elizabeth B. Johnson, at Situ- 
ate, by Emor Angell, Esq , 

Mary and Henry Willard, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 
all of and at Providence, 

Augustus A. and Amey G. Gorton, at War- 
wick. Journal of 

John and Mary Jones, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, all 
of and at Providence, 

Caroline, of Thomas, of Pawtuxet, and Peleg 
Plske, of Providence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, 

Rev. Caleb, formerly of Providence, and Sally 
H. Westcott, youngest daughter of Rich- 
ard, of and at Dighton. Journal of 

Jeremiah S. and Martha H. Munroe, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Benjamin, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wirgin, 

Betsey M., daughter of late Daniel, of Bristol, 
and Samuel H. Eckerman, of Portsmouth, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Rufus, Jr., of Warwick, and Minerva B. Sut- 
ton, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr, 
Brown, 

Job Russell, of East Greenwich, and Waity 
Thornton, of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, 



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1826 


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1826 


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1826 


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1826 


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1827 


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1827 


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363 



GREENE Mehitable and William Simons, Esq., 
Junior Editor of the Patriot, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. P^des, 

Nathaniel, of East Greenwich, and Mary Jane 
Munroe, daughter of late Col. William, at 
Newport. Journal of 

Mary and Henry Willard, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Henry and Harriet Henry, both of and at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Ruth, of Warwick, and Albert Eddy, of Prov- 
idence, at Warwick, 

Joseph, of Barnstable, and Susan Adams, of 
Seth, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, 

Ann R. and Daniel ¥,. Carpenter, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 

Almy, of Coventry, and James T. Munroe, of 
Providence, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Lieut. George Sears, U. S. Army, and Eliza- 
beth Vinton, of David, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at La Plaissance, Pomfret, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Kellogg. Journal of 

William A., of Savannah, Ga., and Nancy 
P. Butler, at Westfield, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Knapp, 

Elizabeth N., of North Providence, and Dr. 
Lloyd Brayton, of Providence, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Peter D , of Providence, and Lydia D. Kent, 
of and at Warren, 

John S., publisher of the Christian Tele- 
scope and Republican Herald, and Eme- 
line Pickering, daughter of Rev. David, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Julia Ann and Dexter E. Wilbour, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Dorcas, daughter of Henry R., Esq., and Dr. 
Josiah W. Robinson, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Church, 

Warren S. and Mary S. Andrews, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Ann C. and George R. Marble, both of 

Providence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, 

• John C, of New York, and Louisa Charlotte 

Adolphine Martin Cornet, daughter of late 

Gen. Cornet, at Paris, 

GREEN LEAF Mrs. Sarah and Major Thomas 

- Todd, editor of Eastern Argus, at Port- 
land, Me. Journal of 



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GREENMAN Capt. William and Eliza R. 
Thayer, both of and at Providence, 
William and Ann Barker, by Rev. Mr, Eddy, 

all of and at Newport, 
Josiah and Sarah Ann Westgate, daughter 
of James, at Newport, by Rev, Mr. Webb, 
Journal of 
Elizabeth B., of late John, and Truman Bur- 
dick, at Newport. Journal of 
Eliza Ann, of Silas, of Newport, and Isaiah 
C. Haswell, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, at 
Centreville, 
William and Betsey Chappell, both of Smith- 
field, at Mendon, 
GREENWOOD Dr. Isaac I. and Sarah V, 
Bogert, of J. C, all of and at New York. 
Journal of 
Mary, eldest daughter of Isaac, of Providence, 
and Samuel Brown, at New York. Jour- 
nal of 
GRIDLEY Benjamin, of Boston, and Lucy 
Roberts, of Capt. Duty, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Sarah P. and James S. Brown, at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Frieze, 
GRIEVE Mary Folger, fifth daughter of David, 
of Providence, and Adam Ashburner, of 
Philadelphia, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. 
Allen, 
GRIFFETH Sybel and Rev. Stephen Hull, both 
of West Stockbridge, at Austerlitz, N. H. 
Journal of 
Mrs. Huldah, of Foster, and Dr. Thomas O. 
H. Carpenter, of Plainfield, Ct., at Dover, 
N. Y., 
GRIPPING Elizabeth S. and Marcus Starr, of 

Savannah, at New London. Journal of 
GRINMAN Ann, of Pawtucket, and Charles 
Smith, of Providence, at Providence, by 
William James, Esq., 
GRINNELL Capt. Owen and Mary Palmer, at 
Little Compton, by Rev. Dr. Sheperd, 
George and Julia Ann Coleman, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
Mary Ann, of Peter, Esq , and Cyrus Dyer, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
William and Amey Borden Richard, of Troy, 

Mass., at Tiverton. Journal of 
Rodney and Betsey Washburn, by Rev. Mr. 
Hamilton, at Taunton, 



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GRINNELL John, of South Kingstown, and 
Mrs. Clarrissa C. Young, at Lyme, Ct. 
Journal of 
GRISWOLD Lieut. Samuel R., 2d Regt. U. S. 
Infantry, and Catharine W. Breese, at 
Utica, N. Y. Journal of 
Ann, daughter of the late Gov. Griswold, and 
Thomas S. Perkins, Esq., at Lyme, Ct. 
Journal of 
Ann DeWolf, of Bishop Griswold, and Rev. 
Stephen H. Tyng, of Georgetown, D. C, 
at St. Michael's Church, Bristol. Journal 
of 
Rt. Rev. Alexander Viets and Mrs. Amelia 
Smith, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
GROSVENOR Major Peter and Ann Chase, of 
Pomfret, at said place, by Rev. Mr. Porter, 
Hannah, of Hon. Thomas, of Pomfret, and 
Edward Eldredge, of St. Salvador, S. A., 
at Pomfret, Ct., 
GROVER Luther and Ann W. Caswell, both of 
Taunton, at Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, 
Josiah, of Hadley, and Mary S. Hitchcock, at 
Northampton, 

GROVP^S Samuel A., of Southbridge, and Lucy 
Pleld, of Brimfield, at Brimfield, by Will- 
iam Thompson, Esq., 
Alexander, of Tiverton, and Betsey Wilcox, 
of Westport. Journal of 

GROUT Eliza and Levi Holbrook, at Northboro, 
Mass., by Rev. Mr. Allen, 

GUILD Moses, Jr., of Dedham, and Julia Ellis, 
of Walpole Journal of 
Eliza and Alanson Smith, both of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Louisanna, of Richard, and F"ones Briggs, 
both of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, 
Mary Ann, of Ebenezer, of Attleboro, and 
George B. Wilder, of Northam, Mass., at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 

GUPHE Seth, Jr., of Raynham, and Fanny 
Moore, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Mann, 

GURNEY Charles and Louisa Crocker, both of 
North Bridgewater. Journal of 
Ruth Willard, of Middlebury, and William 
Allen Bowers, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 



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366 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GUSTIN Statira and Eben Coolbroth, at Scar- . 
borough, by A. Chamberlain, Esq. Jour- 
nal of Jan. 31, 1820 



H 



HACK Caroline, daughter of Nathan, and Job 

Crossman, Jr., both of and at Taunton, by 

Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Sept. 5, 1827 

HAD WEN William, formerly of Providence, and 

Eunice Starbuck, of Capt. Joseph, of and 

at Nantucket, Oct. 29, 1822 

Isaac and Martha Hoar, of and at Bristol. 

Journal of Dec. 12, 1822 

Eliza and Ulysses Holden, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at Providence, Aug. 10, 1823 

Charles and Amey Brownell, at Friends' 

House, Somerset. Journal of Sept. 18, 1823 

Sarah, of Providence, and Oliver Arnold, of 

Troy, N. Y., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Oct. 30, 1827 

Dorcas B., of Providence, and William A. 

Robinson, of South Kings own, at PYiends' 

Meeting House, Providence, Nov. 13, 1828 

HAILE Sally and Ansel Churchill, of and at 

Warren. Journal of Dec. 12, 1822 

Zerviah and George A. Goff, Esq., by James 

Bliss, 2d, Esq., all of and at Rehoboth, Sept. 21, 1823 

Ann, of Providence, and Levi Haile, Esq., of 

Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, April 5, 1824 
Levi, Esq., of Warren, and Ann Haile, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, April 5, 1824 

Marv S. and John Pearce, Jr., at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 2, 1825 

Elizabeth and David Carpenter, at Smith- 
field. Journal of Jan. 16, 1826 
Elizabeth and David Carpenter, at Smithfield. 

Journal of Jan. 19, 1826 

"William, Jr., and Maria Carr, eldest daughter 

of Caleb, 2d, both of and at Warren, Oct. 19, 1828 

HAILER Henrietta, of Philadelphia, and Sanford 

Mason, of Providence, at Philadelphia, by 

Rev. Dr. Stoughton, Feb. 15, 1821 

HAINES Pasco and Miss Mary M. Billings, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 31, 1820 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 



367 



HALE Mary and Daniel T. Goodhue, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

William, of Swanzey, and Mrs. Clarrissa 
Bowen, of Seekonk, at Swanzey, by Rev. 
Benjamin Taylor. Journal of 

(Thomas Hale as stated August 17 
erroneous.) 

Thomas and Hannah Braley, both of and at 
Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Jour- 
nal of 

Simon L. and Almira W. Merry, daughter 
of Barney, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Eliza and Henry Champlain, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Walsh, 
HALL Ruth and John Brewer, bookseller, both 
of this town, at Providence, 

James S. and Eleanor Snow, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Susan, of Providence, and George Marsh, of 
Seekonk, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

Anna and Hosea Jenckes, both of Smithfield, 
at Valley Flails, Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, 

Mary and John Booth, both of North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. Journal of 

Jonathan Prescott, Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., and 
Harriet DeWolf, of Hon. James, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Benjamin and Ruana Lacy, at the Chocolate 
Mills, near Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, 

Nathan, printer, and Eliza A. Billings, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Parley and Sarah S. Smart, by Rev. Dr. Wil- 
son, all of and at Piovidence, 

Nancy, of Attleboro, and William Marcus, 
of Mansfield, at Attleboro. Journal of 

Robert, of Boston, and Sophia Allen, of Prov- 
idence, 

Leonora, of Thomas, of Sparta, Ala., and Col. 
Charles C. P'oster, formerly of Providence, 
at Sparta, Ala. Journal of 

Milton and Julia Collins, of John A., Esq., 
at Newport. Journal of 

Joseph A. and Sally White, at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Islam. Journal of 

Maria and George Eddy, at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Milton and Rosannah Pitman, by Rev. Dr. 
Pickering, all of Providence, 



Dec. 28, 1 8 19 
Sept. 10, 1820 

Dec. 10, 1 82 1 
April 3, 1828 
Sept. 24, 1829 
Jan. 22, 1820 
May 25, 1820 
June 10, 1821 

Sept. 30, 1821 
Dec. 31, 1821 

Oct. II, 1822 

Jan. 19, 1823 

March 30, 1823 

Aug. 27, 1823 

Nov. 24, 1823 

April 25, 1824 

June 3, 1824 
June 14, 1824 
Aug. 12, 1824 
Sept. 19, 1824 
Nov. 20, 1824 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HALL John Pierce and Ann Eliza Thompson, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ruth and Chauncey VV. Saunders, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, at Pawtucket, 
Mary and Augustus S. Davvley, at Slatersville. 

Journal of 
Dorcas, of East Greenwich, and George E. 

Weeden, of North Kingstown, at Exeter, 

by Rev. Mr. Palmer, 
Cornelia, of Thomas, and Seth Doud, at 

Middleboro, by Rev. John R. Crane, 
Tamzin, of Pawtucket, and Lemuel Ingraham, 

of Attleboro, at St. Paul's Church, Paw- 
tucket, 
Phila. of Newport, and Gustavus Williamson, 

of Providence, by Rev. J. N. Brown, 
Silas, Jr., of Providence, and Julia Ann Smith, 

of and at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, 
Dutee J., of North Kingstown, and Sarah B. 

Lawton, of and at Exeter, by Rev. Pardon 

Tillinghast, 
Sarah M. and Simeon Staples, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of Providence, 
Mary A. and Charles W. Henry, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, all of and at Providence, 
Isaac, Jr., and Eliza Jennings, by Rev. Mr. 

Smith, all of and at Fall River. Journal 

of 
Hannah and Henry Collins, at Springfield. 

Journal of 
Nancy and Theodore T. Allen, at Duxbury. 

Journal of 
Milton and Hannah M. Farley, of James, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, 
Eleanor, of Parker, and Nathan Chace, at 

Portsmouth, 
Mercy R. and Varnum Bailey, both of East 

Greenwich, at Warwick, 
Persis, of Raynham, and Capt. P^lijah Stod- 
dard, of Taunton, at Bristol, by Rt. Rev. 

Bishop Griswold. Journal of 
Persis and Capt. Elijah Stoddard, at Bristol, 

by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold. Journal of 
Rachel Wilson, third daughter of George, of 

Newport, and Henry G. Carpenter, of 

Providence, at Newport, 
Robert B. and Orphelia B. Casey, late of 

East Greenwich, at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. 

Mr. Bentley, 



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March 16, 1825 

July 18, 1825 

Sept. 12, 1825 
Sept. 15, 1825 

Sept. 25, 1825 
Oct. 9. 1825 

Dec. 8, 1825 

March 15, 1826 
Dec. 10. 1826 
P'eb. 25, 1827 

April 12, 1827 
April 16, 1827 
April 16, 1827 

May 31, 1827 
Dec. 6, 1827 

F^eb. 24, 1828 

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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 369 

HALLETT Benjamin Franklin, Esq., attorney 
at law, and Louisa Larned, second daugh- 
ter of William, Esq., all of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker. June 25, 1822 
George W., late of Boston, and Louisa Branch, 
daughter of late Col. Sanford, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, May 18, 1829 
HALSEY Anna Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas 
Lloyd Halsey, of Providence, and Marshall 
G. Wright, of New York, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 8, 1827 
HAM Mary Ann, of Benjamin, and John G. 
Child, all of Providence, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 12, 1820 
Mrs. Deborah, of Providence, and Uriel 
Bowen, of Attleboro, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Aug. i, 1824 
Eliza and Gardiner S. Swartz, both of and 
at Providence, Oct. 4, 1829 
HAMBLEY Ruth and William Osborne, both of 

and at Tiverton. Journal of Oct. 31, 1822 

Elizabeth S., of Portsmouth, and Thomas 
Osborne, Jr., of Tiverton, at Portsmouth, 
by Rev. Mr. Cole. Journal of March 26, 1827 

HAMILTON Henry and Maria Pierce, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Francis Dane, May 30, 1822 
Ruana and Anson Hathaway, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft, at Pawtucket, April 11, 1825 

William, of Providence, and Mary Staples, 

of and at Mendon, March 30, 1828 

Daniel M. G . of Londonderry, Ireland, and 
Hannah C. Snow, of and^at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 21, 1828 

HAMLEN Cornelius V. and Martha Munro, at 

Pawtucket, May 18, 1829 

HAMMETT Alexander R, of Coventry, and 
Eunice Ledyard, of Warwick, at Warwick, 
by Elder Littlefield. Journal of March 6, 1820 

HAMMOND Jonathan, of Glocester, and Esther 
Tourtellot, of Roger, of Foster, at F"oster, 
by William Potter, Esq., Sept. 7, 1820 

Pardon T. and Robey H. Stanton, of Daniel, 

P^sq., at South Kingstown. Journal of March 10, 1823 

Col. Reuben and Abby Aylesworth, of John, 

by Peleg Place, Esq., at Foster, April 24, 1825 

John S. and Mary Ann Sweetland, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Jan. 17, 1828 

William G. and Sarah T. Bull, of Henry, 
all of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, ' Jan. 21, 1828 



370 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAMMOND William and Hannah Seymour, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, June 15, 1828 

Hope Ann and Daniel Seaman, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, July 10, 1828 

Olive and Peleg Peirce, at Rehoboth, Oct. 30, 1828 

Olive, of Mendon, and Peleg Peirce, at Reho- 
both. Journal of Dec. 11, 1828 
HAMER Joseph and Sabra Clarke, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Aug. 3, 1820 
HAMOR George, of Fall River, and Dorothy S. 
Clarke, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict. Journal of Aug. 4, 1828 
HANCOCK Timothy and Sarah Lyon, at Paw- 
tucket, Journal of April 21, 1828 
HANDY Asa, of Providence, and Roby Smith, 
of Smithfield, at Providence, by Abel 
Allen, Esq., April 22, 1820 

Eleanor, of late Job, of Uxbridge, and John 

Baker, of Scituate, R. I., at Uxbridge, Oct. 7, 1821 

Charles O., of Newport, purser, U. S. Navy, 
and Emily Jane Taylor, of Frances S., at 
Old Point Comfort, Va. Journal of April 21, 1825 

Ann Matilda, of Thomas, of Newport, and 
Adam J. Levy, of Philadelphia, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 12, 1825 

Waitey and James Arnold, Esq., both of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Aug. 14, 1826 

Waitey and James Arnold, Esq., both of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq. Journal of Sept. 4, 1826 

Westcott and Mary Cross, of Capt. Samuel, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Feb. 7, 1827 

Leafy and Caleb Fuller, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Nov. 22, 1827 

G , of Bristol, and Elizabeth O. Free- 
man, of and at Boston. Journal of Sept. 29, 1828 

Willard A. and Stellann Robinson, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 19, 1829 
HARDING Sewall and Eliza Wheeler, both of 
Medway, at Medway, by Rev. Mr. Bailey. 
Journal of Dec. 7, 1820 

Mary Ann, of Richard, and John Hartshorn, 
of Boston, all of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Crocker, Feb. 26, 1822 

Martha and Joseph Lindsay, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Merrett. Journal of Feb. 16, 1824 

Edwin and P'rancis Angier, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, Oct. 25, 1828 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 37 1 

HARDY Luther, of Bradford, Mass., and Re- 
becca Goss, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Gano, Dec. 26, 1825 

HARKNESS Elizabeth, daughter of George, of 
Newport, and Gardmer Tisdale, of Wick- 
ford, at Newport. Journal of Feb. 9, 1824 
HARINER Jacob, aged 22 years, and Elizabeth 
Fruit, aged 54 years, in North Carolina. 
Journal of Jan. 10, 1820 
HARRELL Winnifred and Isaac Stafford, of 
Newport, R. I., at Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Journal of April 6, 1829 
HARRIS Stephen and Avis Sayles, of l^lisha, 

all of Burrillville, at Burrillville, July 6, 1820 

Anna and Amasa Fuller, both of Attleboro, 

at Providence, Aug. 26, 1820 

Sarah Ann, of Cranston, and Capt. Earl Car- 
penter, of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Curtis, Oct. 26, 1820 

Benjamin C, of Providence, and Eliza Greene, 
daughter of Timothy, of North Providence, 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. P^des, April 16, 1821 

William and Sarah Brown, 4th daughter of 

Nathan, Esq., all of and at Johnston, Aug. 26, 1821 

Phebe, of Scituate, daughter of Dr. Harding, 
both of Johnston, and John S. Fenner, of 
F"oster, at Johnston, Oct. 7, 1821 

Sarah O., of late Stephen, of Providence, and 
Samuel Greene, Esq., of North Providence, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Sept. 10, 1822 

Amey W., of Charles, Esq., and Major Jere- 
miah Potter, all of and at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Knight, Oct. 13, 1822 

Dr. Stephen, of Warwick, and Maria Manton, 
of Col. Edward, of and at Johnston, by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, Oct. 13, 1822 

Samuel B., of Smithfield, and Amey Wilkin- 
son, of Pawtucket, daughter of Abraham, 
Esq., at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, June 4, 1823 

Aldice and Mary Winsor, of Augustus, at 

Scituate. Journal of April 22, 1824 

Hannah, of Joseph, Esq., of Cranston, and 
Dr. Leander Utley, of Providence, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 2, 1824 

Mrs. Mary Ann and Col. Jeremiah Fenner, 
both of Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering. Journal of Oct. 4, 1824 

William W. and P^liza C. Fuller, of late Joseph, 
by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Oct. 31, 1824 



372 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARRIS William W. and Eliza G. Fuller, of 
late Joseph, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow. Journal 
of ' Nov. 8, 1824 

Naomi, of Jonathan, of Smithfield, and Ste- 
phen A. Brown, of Providence, at Smith- 
field, by Judge Mann, Feb. 20, 1825 

Sally M., of William, and Joseph Taylor, Jr., 
all of Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, at 
Greenville, Warwick, Oct. 16, 1825 

Eliza and Col. John W. Arnold, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtleff, all of Pawtuxet, Oct. 30, 1825 

Capt. Elisha and .Sarah Taylor, eldest daugh- 
ter of late William, of and at Scituate, by 
Rev. Jonathan Wilson, Dec. 20, 1825 

Phebe and Daniel Mann, of Woonsocket, at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Aug. 3, 1826 

Amey A. and Jonathan S. Angell, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1826 

William and Sarah Wilkinson, of Abraham, 
Esq., by Rev. Mr. Benedict, all of Paw- 
tucket, Oct. 18, 1826 

Ann, of John, of Cranston, and Henry Sweet- 
ing, of Pomfret, at Cranston. Journal of Nov. 30, 1826 

Relief and Shubael Kelley, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Dec. II, 1826 

Elisha, Esq., and Sally Taylor, of Scituate, 

at Coventry, Dec. 21, 1826 

Mary S., of Capt. William, of Smithfield, and 

David Tucker, at Smithfield, March 8, 1827 

Capt. Caleb and Eliza A. Hodges, of Preston, 

all of Providence, at New York, July 12, 1827 

Patience Frances, daughter of Charles, and 
Abner W. Peckham, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Knight, Sept. 7, 1828 

HARRINGTON Huldah and Charles Bennett, 

at P"oster. Journal of Sept. 21, 1820 

Samuel, of Brimfield, Mass., and Harriet 
Phipps, of and at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. 
Daniel Dam, Nov. 4, 1821 

James J., of Providence, and Mrs. Eliza Sher- 
man, formerly of New Bedford, at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Mace, Aug. 25, 1822 

Emeline and Richard M. Snow, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of and at Providence, July 10, 1823 

Samuel, of East Greenwich, and timeline 
Marsh, of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, May 5, 1827 

Albert and Mary Ann Roadrich, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Oct. 22, 1828 

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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 373 

HARRINGTON Capt. Robert H., U. S. A., and 
Isabella Auchnuity, youngest daughter of 
Robert N., formerly of Newport, at Fort 
Pike Sacket's Harbor, April 23, 1820 

Miss E. M. and Dr. S. H. Littlejohn, U. S. 
Army, at Sacket's Harbor, N. Y. Jour- 
nal of April 5, 182 1 

Sarah, of Darien, Ga., and Isaac Snow, for- 
merly of Providence, at Darien, Ga., by 
Rev Mr. Joice. journal of Feb. 13, 1823 

HARSEN Joanna R. and Abraham A. Prall, at 

Bloomington, N. Y., July 13, 1825 

HARSWEEL Ephraim and Hannah Hiscox, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of Providence, Oct. 15, 1826 

HART James W. and Miss Penelope Dean, at 

Taunton, by Rev. Alvan Cobb. Journal of Jan. 11, 1821 

HART Nicholas and Penelope Bowen, both of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 22, 1822 

Mercy and Benjamin Borden, at Tiverton. 

Journal of May 22, 1823 

Simon and Mary C. Carr, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of Oct. 6, 1823 

Rebecca and Alexander Jack, at Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 6, 1828 

John and Elizabeth Bowers, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 29, 1828 

Mary Ann S. and Gideon Brown, both of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Jan. 26, 1829 

Emily, of Johnston, and Perry Davis, of Prov- 
idence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Nov. 8, 1829 
HARTSHORN Sylvester and Amey Waterman, 
eldest daughter of Thomas, at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. White, Dec. 11, 1820 

Submit, of Hampton, Ct., and William Ray- 
mond, of Norwich, Ct., at Coventry, R. I., 
by Obed Perkins, Esq., March ii, 1821 

John, of Boston, and Mary Ann Harding, of 
Richard, all of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Crocker, F'eb. 26, 1822 

Samuel W., formerly of Providence, and 
Amelia Dana, daughter of Payton, at Nor- 
folk, Va., Jan. 21, 1828 

Mary, of Providence, and Samuel Allen, of 
Centreville, N. Y., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, April 20, 1829 

HARTWELL Rev. Jesse, of Sumptersville, S. 
C, formerly of Providence, and Margaret 
F. Rhodie, of and at Charleston, S. C. 
Journal of June 3, 1824 



374 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARTWELL George and Abigail W. Eaton, of 

Seth, Esq., at Taunton, Dec. ii, 1825 

James and Mrs. Thankful Briggs, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Nov. 26, 1827 

HARVEY Elizabeth, of Taunton, and Thomas 

Burt, of Rehoboth, at Rehoboth, Nov. 15, 1821 

Ann and John Barney, at Taunton, Journal 

of Jan. 12, 1824 

Polly, of Providence, and Thomas Francis, 
formerly of Boston, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 30, 1825 

HARWOOD John C, Printer, and Abby W. 
Merry, all of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Nov. 10, 1822 

George S., of Providence, and Mary S. Wal- 
den, daughter of Capt. George, of Newport, 
at Tiverton. Journal of Oct. 15,1827 

Catharine S., daughter of Edward, of Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin P. Wilbour, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, April 3, 1828 

Lieut. , U. S. Navy, and Sarah A. 

Wood, daughter of late Capt. Peleg, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Nov. 11, 1828 

Mary G., daughter of PMward and Lewis Pot- 
ter, both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, Nov. 20, 1828 

Sally, daughter of General Richard, and 
Lieut. Francis Taylor, U. S. Army, at An- 
napolis, Md. Journal of Sept. 24, 1829 
HASKELL Sally F,, of late Comfort, P^sq , and 
George Mason, 2d, by Rev. Mr. Harris, at 
Cumberland, Dec. 22, 1822 

Benjamin, of Providence, and Charity Van 

Cote, of and at New Haven, Feb. 4, 1828 

Artemus H.,of Miner, N. Y., and Mrs. So- 
phia W. Davenport, of Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1828 

Mrs. Rebecca and Cofifin Pinkham, at Nan- 
tucket. Journal of Aug. 24, 1829 
HASKINS Sybil and Edward Martin, at Taun- 
ton. Journal of April 28, 1825 

Sybil and Edward Martin. Journal of May 5, 1825 

Mary and Cyress Chipman, of William P. 

Wing, Esq., at Greenwich village, Dec. 18, 1825 

Almira and Leonard Baker, at Taunton, Jan. 26, 1826 

Capt. Samuel and Lavina P. Rounds, both of 

and at Taunton. Journal of March 6, 1826 

HASTINGS Mary Ann, of Nathan, of Provi- 
dence, and Joseph Stacy Sampson, mer- 
chant, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, April 8, 1826 



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829 



HASTINGS Mary, of Benjamin, and Abiel Wit- 
ter, of New York, at Hartford. Journal of Aug. 24, 
HASWELL Isaiah C. and Eliza Ann Green- 
man, of Silas, of Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, at Centreville, April 9, 

Ihilip and Ruth Linnell, both of Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Kent, at Providence, Aug. 9. 

HATCH Clarrissa and . Rev. Hosea Ballou, of 

Stratford, Ct., at Halifax, Vt. Journal of Feb. 24, 

William and Elizabeth L. Howland, of John, 
all of Bristol, by Rev. Dr. Wight. Jour- 
nal of March 6, 

Betsey, of North Kingstown, and Thomas 
P^ssex, of Warwick, at North Kingstown, 
by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, May 22, 

Joseph M. D. and Cynthia Kent, both of At- 

tleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall. Journal of Dec. 25, 

Fanny, of Col. Israel, of Attleboro, and 
Washington Pierce, of Weston, Mass., at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 21, 

Mrs. Sarah B., of Hanson, Mass., and Wins- 
low Sturtevant, of Pembroke, Me., by Rev. 
Mr. Gano, 

George W. and Matience B. Mason, by Rev. 
Mr. Hall, all of and at Attleboro, 

George C. and Martha T. Coomer, both of 
and at Bristol. Journal of 

Solomon and Eunice W. Maxfield, of David, 
all of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. 
Journal of 

Sarah T., daughter of Solomon, of Bristol, 
and William Peck, of Seekonk, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
HATHAWAY Thomas and Ann Eliza Barstow, 
eldest daughter of Elias, all of and at Prov- 
idence, 

Deborah and John Lee, Jr., at Wellington, 
Mass., 

Deborah and John Lee, Jr., at Wellington, 
Mass. Journal of 

Clarissa Leonard, of Raynham, and David 
Cobb Hodges, of Taunton, at Raynham, 
by Rev. S. Hull, 

Sally S. and Joseph Cudworth, at Freetown. 
Journal of 

Lydia and Samuel Andrews, of Taunton, at 
P'reetown. Journal of 

Mrs. Ann, of late Zephoniah, of Newport, 
and Welcome Ide, of Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Dec. 25, 



Sept. 30, 


1825 


Dec. 26, 


825 


April 23, 


[827 


July 2, 


827 


Oct. 17, 


827 


Dec. 25, 


[821 


July 7, 


822 


July 18, 


[822 


Sept. 5, 


822 


April 10, 


823 


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823 



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820 

820 

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376 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HATHAWAY Betsey, of Freetown, and George 

Pearce, of Berkeley, at Freetown, April i8, 1824 

Noah P. and Nancy Paine, both of Free- 
town, at Newport. Journal of April 26, 1824 

George W. and Alice M. Perry, both of Digh- 

ton, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, Aug. 16, 1824 

Cynthia and Jonathan Pike, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, Dec. 9, 1824 

Mary and Andrew Horton, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, at Providence, March 2, 1825 

Anson and Ruand Hamilton, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft, at Pawtucket. April 11, 1825 

Lieut. Bradford, of Wellington, Mass., and 
Mary Burt, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Hamilton, Oct. 9, 1825 

Hope, of Dighton, and Isaiah Thomas, of 

Middleboro, at Dighton. Journal of July 24, 1826 

Sylvanus and Ann B. Carter, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Ray Potter, May 13, 1827 

Enock B. and Mira Burt, at Taunton. Jour- 
nal of Aug. 13, 1827 

Martha, daughter of late Michael, of Asson- 
net, and Isaac Borden, of Troy, Mass., at 
A sson net village, Freetown. Journal of Oct. 18, 1827 

Ann and Capt. Zebina Blake, at Dighton. 
Journal of Dec. 24, 1827 

Joshua and Mary Ann Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Oct. 13, 1828 

Thomas Jefferson, of Cumberland, and Sarah 
Corey, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 
Esq., Dec. 29, 1828 

Margaret, daughter of late George, and 
George Anthony, both of Middletown, at 
P^riends' Meeting House, Portsmouth, May 13, 1829 

HATTEN William, of Providence, and Phebe 
Chamberlain, of and at Southbridge, by 
Rev. Dr. Parkes. Journal of April 9, 1827 

HAVENS Alexander, Jr., of Warwick, and Mary 

Gates, at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson, Nov. 20, 1825 

Louisa, of l^^ramingham, and Rev. Elbridge 
Gale, of Wickford, at Framingham. Jour- 
nal of April 10, 1826 

Susan and Freeman Baxter, both of War- 
wick, at Centreville, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 5, 1827 
HAWP:S Abigail, of Franklin, and Pelatiah Met- 

calf, of Smithfield, at Franklin. Journal of June 19, 1820 

Nathan and Miss Margaret Sweet, at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Holman, April 2, 1821 

Daniel B., of Providence, and Sabra J. Bar- 
rows, of North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, Nov. 6, 1823 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



377 



HAWES Betsey and Ebenezer Crocker, by Rev. 
Mr Pickering, all of Providence, 

Miss Maria and Latimer R Shaw, at Wren- 
tham. Journal of 

Eliza and William Mason, both of Provi- 
dence, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 
Journal of 

William T. and Margaret M. Montgomery, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at Providence, 

Rev. Prince, of Boston, and Charlotte J. L. 
Godfrey, daughter of John, Esq., at Taun- 
ton, 

Ploomey and William Millard, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
HAWKES Alpheus, of Providence, and Abigail 
Smith, of John, of Smithfield, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Elizabeth, of Providence, and Edwin 
Tripp, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, 
HAWKINS Mary, of Darius, and Viall Frank- 
lin, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Sarah, of North Providence, and Maturin 
Ballou, 2d, of Smithfield, at N. P., by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, 

Almira F., of Providence, and Otis Holmes, 
of Sharon, Mass., at North Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Sarah Ann and Aaron Richardson, both of 
Attleboro, at Scituate, 

Alpheus, of Johnston, and Celia A. Rhodes, 
of Richard, of Scituate, at Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Knight, 

Fidelia E. and Edward Jenckes, by Rev. Mr. 
Allen, 

Lydia W., of North Providence, and Hiram 
Smith, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Hezekiah, formerly of Providence, and Sarah 
R. Carlton, at Franklin, 

William H., of F'all River, and Harriet Thur- 
ber, of and at Providence, 

Mary and Benjamin P. Burgess, at Provi- 
dence, 

P21vira, daughter of late Henry, of North 
Providence, and John Eddy, of Killingly, 
Conn., at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 
Journal of 
HAWLEY Emily Ann and Richard E. Eddy, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at Providence, 
HAYES Sarah A, and Henry A. Sutton, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Aug. 22, 1825 
Sept. I, 1825 

May 22, 1826 
Dec. 12, 1826 

April 14, 1828 
Sept. 27, 1829 

Nov. 17, 1822 

Nov. 9, 1828 

March 2, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

July 3, 1822 
Feb. I, 1825 

June 20, 1825 

Dec. 22, 1825 

March 25, 1827 

Aug. 19, 1827 

Dec. 3, 1827 

July 23, 1828 

July 16, 1829 
Oct. 15, 1823 
Oct. 25, 1827 



378 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HAYFORD Eliza and Joseph W. Dexter, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Ruth W., eldest daughter of Capt. Daniel, of 
Providence, and Nathaniel G. Helme, of 
North Kingstown, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Ann and Cyrus H. Smith, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Mary Ann, daughter of Daniel, of Providence, 
and Archibald Fairbanks, of Lancaster, 
Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 
Journal of 
H AYWARD Hannah and Samuel Oxx, at New- 
port. Journal of 

Rebecca and Moses K., at Brooklyn, L. I., 

Clarrissa and Joseph Luther, both of Belling- 
harn, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Ebenezer and Susan Burbeck, at Mendon, 
Journal of 
HAZARD Hannah R. and John B. Arnold, both 
of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Curtis, 

Job G. and Hannah Tabor, both of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah, of late George, and John T. New- 
man, of and at Newport. Journal of 

Capt. George R., formerly of Newport, and 
Ann Barrett, of New York, at Richmond, 
Va. Journal of 

Hannah M., of Robert, and Cyrel C. Wheeler, 
of Warren, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 
mell, 

Frances G., of late John, Esq., of Newport, 
and Elnathan C. Brown, of Westerly, at 
North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Dr. Rowland R. and Anna Collins, daugh- 
ter of Governor Charles, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

John P. and Sarah A. S. Bowen, both of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Robey, of Westport, and Thomas Briggs, at 
Adamsville. Journal of 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and John F. Ev- 
erett, of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Phillips, 
HEAD Ann and Isaac Sisson, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Journal of 

Maria, of Newport, and George Tripp, of 
Providence, by Rev Mr. Kent, 
HEATH William and Eliza Vose, of Thomas, 
dec, at Newport. Journal of 



Jan. 14, 1824 

Feb. I, 1825 
July 19, 1827 

May 28, 1829 

Sept. 25, 1820 
Aug. 20, 1826 

Feb. 20, 1827 

March 5, 1827 

May 7, 1820 

Nov. 5, 1820 

May 20, 1822 

March 13, 1826 

May 9, 1827 

May 10, 1827 

Oct. 3, 1827 
Feb. I, 1828 
Jan. 29, 1829 

Feb. 15, 1829 

Jan. 6, 1823 

Jan. 25, 1827 

July 20, 1820 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 379 



HEATH Nathaniel and Freelove Eager, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Journal of Dec. i 
John and Mary Ann Nason, of Nathaniel, at 

Newport, June 9 

Charles and Elizabeth Thompson, of John, 
by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Sept. 26 

HEATHCOTE Isabella and William Nixon, of 

New Bedford, at Boston. Journal of April 26 

HEATON Mrs. Harriet C, of Smithfield, and 
William Angell, of North Providence, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Park, Jan. i 

HEDGE Abby B., of B , Esq., of Plymouth, 

and Charles H. Warren, Esq., of New Bed- 
ford, at Plymouth, by Rev. Mr. Kendall, Dec. 27 

HELME Walter C, of Smithfield, and Mary 
Ann Merrell, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pease, Jan. 9 

Nathaniel G., of North Kingstown, and Ruth 
W. Hayford, eldest daughter of Capt. Dan- 
iel, of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Feb. i 

Abby, of Samuel, Esq., of Kingston, and 
Sands Perkins, of Danbury, Ct., at North 
Stonington, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Ayer, March 11 

HEMENWAY Dr. Robert D., of Shrewsbury, 
and Eliza Jackson, of Major Samuel, of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 13 

HENDERSON James, of Newport, and Thisbe 

B. Wheeler, of and at Stonington, Jan. 9 

HENDLEY John D. and Merebah Austin, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at Providence, April 13 

HENDRICK Benjamin W. and Mrs. Sarah W. 
Browning, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, all of and 
at Providence, Sept. 11 

Daniel and Phebe C. Brownell, of late Will- 
iam, at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, Esq., June 24 

HENDRICKS Phebe and Luther Crocker, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, Oct. 5 

HENRY John, of Providence, and Lydia Rogers, 

of Lyme, Ct., at Lyme, Ct., Aug. 16 

Samuel, of Otsego Co , N. Y., and Lucy 
Averell, of Pomfret, Ct., at Pomfret, by 
Rev. Mr. Pastor, Oct. 9 

Molly, 3d daughter of Stephen, Esq., and 
Arabel H. Vallett, of Johnston, both now 
of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Jan. i 

Thomas, Jr., of Providence, and Eliza Rhodes, 

of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, June 22 

Phebe, of Smithfield, and Caleb Hill, of Scit- 
uate, at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, Esq., Jan. 16 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAM D 



HENRY Mrs. 
both of 



and Mr. 



Barrett, 



Providence and Boston Theatres, 



at New York. Journal of June 30, 1825 

Hannah R., of Providence, and John W. Dex- 
ter, of Charlton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Nov. 14, 1825 

Alice Eliza and Daniel Cheever, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 7, 1825 

Charles W. and Mary A. Hall, by Rev. Mr. 

Gano, all of and at Providence, Feb. 25, 1827 

Charles S., Esq., Attorney at Law, of Sa- 
vannah, and Sally R. Aborn, of Thomas, 
formerly of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., May 31, 1827 

Harriet and Henry Greene, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, March 9, 1828 

HENSHAW Theresa and Edward Phillips, of 
Boston, at Northampton, Mass. Journal 
of Nov, 20, 1820 

Phebe and Samuel Godfrey, both of and at 

Taunton, by Rev. Alvin Cobb. Journal of Jan. 21, 1822 

HERRICK Lydia W., of Norwich, Ct., and 
Weston J. Hicks, at New York. Journal 
of Aug. 14, 1820 

James D. and Mary Young, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Jan. I, 1824 

Thomas and Jane Greeley, at Beverly. Jour- 
nal of March 2, 1826 
HERVEY Dr. Eliphalet W., late graduate of 
B. U., and Dorcas Fearing, of and at 
Wareham. Journal of Sept. 19, 1825 
HETHERINGTON Mary and Dr. S. H. Ken- 
yon, both of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Mes- 
ser, Jan. 30, 1823 

Ann Elizabeth and Arba C. Dyke, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, April 19, 1827 

Charlotte J., of Providence, and William N, 
Pond, Esq., of Pawtucket, at Providence, 
"^ by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Nov. 12, 1828 

HEWES Mrs. Amelia and Rev. Solomon Sias, 
of the Methodist Church, at Boston, by 
Rev. Mr. Merrett. Journal of Aug. 8, 1825 

HEWLETT Josiah, aged 90 years, and Mrs. 
Azuba Phillips, aged 65 years. He had by 
former wife 26 children, and she by former 
husband, 9 children, married at Groton. 
Journal of Feb. 28, 1820 

HIDDEN William K. and Caroline B. Grant, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 3, 1821 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 



381 



HIDDEN Lucy Ann and Samuel W. Butts, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, all of and at Providence, 
HICKEY Mrs. Catharine and Bryan Doyle, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Woodley, 
HICKMAN Louisa P., of Newton, Mass., and 
Samuel J. Smith, senior editor of Literary 
Cadet, at Newton, by Rev. Mr. Jencks, 
HICKS Weston J. and Lydia VV. Merrick, of 
Norwich, Ct., at New York. Journal of 

John W., of Tiverton, and Lucinda Bliss, of 
Capt. Asa, of Rehoboth, at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Thompson Journal of 

Sarah and Charles P. Irish, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Otheman, 

Marcelia, 2d daughter of Richard, and Wil- 
liam Dexter, jr., at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 
Knight. Journal of 

Eliza Young, of Scituate, and Darius Ses- 
sions, of Providence, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Samuel and Fanny Luther, of Job, at Swan- 
zey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

Frances and Benjamin Allen, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, all of and at Providence, 

Hannah, of Gabriel, Esq., and Capt. Joseph 
Corey, at Tiverton, 

Ransom, of Providence, and Ann Almy 
Thompkins, of Nathaniel, of and at Little 
Compton, 

Gilbert, of Rehoboth, and Meloney Thayer, 
of Abiather, of and at Attleboro, 

Abby and Henry Luther, at Swanzey. Jour- 
nal of 

Caroline L., daughter of Rev. G. , of 

Taunton, and Robert Rhodes, of Pawtuxet, 
at Taunton, 

John W., of North Providence, and Jane 
Paulding, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheeney, 
HIGGINS John, of North Providence, and Lydia 

Arnold, of and at Warwick, 
HIGGISON P:iizabeth Arnold and Ira Draper, 
both of Pawtucket, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, 
HILDRETH Catherine Mary, daughter of late 
Matthias, p]sq., of Johnston, N. Y., and 
John Bloodgood, of Mobile, at New York, 
by Rev. Mr. Schroeder, 
HILL Ellen C. and John Stanley, formerly of 
Society of Shakers, at Egremont. Jour- 
nal of 



Oct. 4, 1821 
June 26, 1828 

Nov. 9, 1828 
Aug. 14, 1820 

Oct. 26, 1820 
Feb. 13, 1 82 1 

March 5, 1821 

May 21, 1821 

Dec. 5, 1822 

Sept. 16, 1823 

July 16, 1825 

Nov. 13, 1825 

Jan. I, 1826 

Feb. 23, 1826 

Dec. 10, 1827 

March 29, 1829 
Nov. 13, 1825 

Oct. 17, 1820 

Dee. 15, 1829 
Jan. 20, 1820 



382 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HILL Amey, of South Kingstown, and Samuel 

Proud, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 14, 1821 
Senaca, formerly of Smithfield, and Matilda 

Palmer, of and at Danby, Vt., July 4, 1822 

Mary, only daughter of late Capt. John, and 

Gottelieb Granpaer, Esq., all of Boston. 

Journal of Oct. 3, 1822 

Benjamin C, Esq., and Dorothy Dudley, of 

Paul, Esq., at Douglass, by Rev. Mr. Hol- 

man, Nov. 11, 1822 

George W., of Smithfield, and Sally Albee, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Daniel 

Greene, Feb. 20, 1823 

Henry C. and Hannah Card, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Merritt, April 22, 1823 

Nathan, Jr., and Sarah Ann Maguire, both 

of North Kingstown, at Wickford. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 27, 1823 
Charles, of Sherburne, and Nancy Janes, of 

Capt. S , of and at Medway, July 11, 1824 

Ann and James Taylor, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Oct. 12, 1824 

Caleb, of Scituate, and Phebe Henry, of and 

at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, Esq., Jan. 16, 1825 

Louisa B., of Providence, and Lawton Cady, 

of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Nov. 23, 1825 

Ann and John Pollard, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 28, 1826 

John V. and Sarah Ann Field, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, all of and at Providence, April 8, 1827 

Paris, formerly of Providence, and Sarah 

Chapin, of Amaziah. of and at Uxbridge, Aug. 14, 1827 

Haile Maria, of Providence, and John G. 

Moses, of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Seamans, June 24, 1827 

Sarah P., daughter of George, of Smithfield, 

and Origen D. Richardson, Esq., attorney 

at law, Pontaie, Mich., at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., July 24, 1828 

James, U. S. Army, and Amanda Doyle, a 

pupil of the Ashbury Missionary Institu- 
tion, Creek Nation, near Fort Mitchell, by 

Rev. Mr. Hill. Journal of April 6, 1829 

Mercy, daughter of late Jonathan, of Warren, 

and Isaac Macomber, of Fall River, at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, May 24, 1829 

HILLIMAN Alexander, of Boston, and Mary 

T. Lewis, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Nov. 2, 1828 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL- MARRIAGES 3 gg 

HILLMAN Maria P. and Capt. B. Gifford, of 

New Bedford, at Westport. Journal of July 16, 1827 

HILLSON Thomas and Eleanor Augusta John- 
son, both of New York Park Theatre, at 
Oyster Bay, L. I. Journal of 

HIMES Maria H. and Samuel Low, Jr., at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

HINCKLP2Y Abby, of Stonington, and George 
Cross, of Westerly, at Stonmgton. Jour- 
nal of 

HINES Mrs. Harriet, daughter of Cyrus French, 
Esq., and Dr. Peleg Johnson, at South 
Kmgstown, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
Stephen P. ancl Abby P. Runnels, both of 
Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 
Thomas J., of Norwich, and Abby J. Pearce, 
of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Journal of 
John C, of Providence, and Henrietta Howes, 
of and at New York, 

HISCOX Mary Ann and William Smith, of Bris- 
tol, of and at Newport, 
Hannah and Ephraim Horswell, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, all of Providence, 

HITCHCOCK Avis Eliza, of late Jonathan P., 
and Thomas B. Fenner, cashier Eagle 
Bank, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2 

Louisa, of Pawtucket, and Edward F. Miller, 
ot Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, Dec. 8 

Mary S., of Northampton, and Josiah Grover, 

of Hadley, May g 

HOAR Martha and Isaac Hadwen, of and at 

Bristol. Journal of Dec. 12 

John and Marcy Wilbour Spooner, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Mar. 30 
Benjamin and Martha Waldron, both of Bris- 
tol. Journal of Nov. 25 

HOBBS Richard and Martha T. Gladding, daugh- 
ter of James, Jr., both of and at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight, July 11 

HOBSON Moses and Susan Fogg, at Salem, 

Mass. Journal of Oct. 22 

HODGE James H., of Boston, and Mary B. Sim- 
mons, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, April 16 

HODGES David Cobb, of Taunton, and Clar- 
rissa Leonard Hathaway, of and at Rayn- 
ham, by Rev, S. Hull, Sept. 5 



Sept. I, 


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Nov. 16, 


1828 


Nov. 6, 


1820 


May 23, 


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Oct. 16, 


1823 


May 20, 


1824 


Sept. 25, 


1828 


Sept. 20, 


1823 


Oct. 15, 


1826 



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1824 

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334 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HODGES Alexander, of Providence, and Julia 
Ann Champlain, ot and at Warren, 

F'rances A. and Joshua A. Wood, Esq., at 
Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 

Mary Ann, of Presbury, and Ward A. Work, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at 
Providence, 

Eliza A., of Preston, and Capt. Caleb Harris, 
all of Providence, at New York, 

Almon D. and Martha Comstock, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
HODGKINSON William Gill, of Nuttingham- 
shire, Eng., and Ann Outram, only daugh- 
ter of late David Hinckley, of and at 
Boston. Journal of Oct. 23, 1826 

HOLBROOK Chloe, of Moses, and Preserved 
Peirce, all of and at Oxford, by Rev. Mr. 
Bachellor, ' Sept. 9, 1821 

Levi and Eliza Grout, at Northboro, Mass., 
by Rev. Mr. Allen, May 2, 1827 

Britania and Charles Thurber, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 3, 1827 

Sarah L., daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Dr. 
Miflin Coulter, U. S. Navy, both of and at 
Baltimore, Md. Journal of June i, 1829 

HOLDEN Oliver, merchant, of New York, and 
Frances Sloan, of Daniel, of and at Belle- 
ville, N. J., by Rev. Mr. Von Santford, March 21, 1822 

Ulysses and Eliza Hadwen, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at Providence, Aug. 10, 1823 

Charles, 2d, and Ann Cornell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 13, 1827 

Anne P'rances, daughter of Thomas, of War- 
wick, and Robert Rhodes Stafford, of Prov- 
idence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr Tilling- 
hast, Nov. 4, 1827 

Thomas and Sarah Arnold, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Manchester. Journal of Feb. 11, 1828 

Dr. George Washington and Almira Webb, 

at Brunswick, Me. Journal of Nov. 30, 1829 

HOLMES Ezra F. and Miss Maria D. Dean, at 

Taunton. Journal of July 9, 182 1 

Maria, of Warwick, and Jeremiah Gardiner, 
of East Greenwich, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Curtis, July 29, 182 1 

Eliza, of Attleboro, and Virgil Draper, of 

Rome, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1822 

Otis, of Sharon, Mass., and Almira F. Haw- 
kins, of Providence, at North Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 3, 1822 



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385 



HOLMES Mary, daughter of Rev. Dr. Holmes, 

of Cambridge, and Dr. Usher Parsons, M. 

D., of Providence, at Cambridge, by Rev. 

Dr. Holmes, 
Mary B., of Providence, and Benjamin Miller, 

of East Greenwich, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, 
Sally and Calvin Willis, both of Norton, at 

Taunton, 
Sally, of Providence, and Warren Tabor, of 

New Bedford, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, 
Patty and George S. Aldridge, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, all of and at Providence, 
Andrew Ferdinand, M. D., of Montreal, and 

Juliet Wadsworth, at New York. Journal 

of 
Joanna B., of Capt. John, of Providence, and 

Jedediah Sprague, of Chepatchet, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
James B., of Providence, and Lemira W, 

Cotton, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, 
Caroline A. H. and James F. Howe, junior 

editor of the Evening Bulletin, at Boston, 
Mary T. and Asa W. Davis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Sarah, of North Providence, and William A. 

Smith, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
HOLT Nathaniel, of Newport, and P" ranees 

Barker, of Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, 
John E. and Elizabeth Cornell, of Thomas, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, 
William and Rebecca Richards, at Newport, 
Jane and Nathaniel Holt, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Eddy, May ii, 1823, and Journal 

of 
Nathaniel and Jane Holt, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Eddy, May 11, 1823, and Journal 

of 
Robert W., late from Liverpool, Eng., and 

Ann M. S. Jones, daughter of Owen, at 

Boston, by Rev. Mr. Parkman, 
HOMER James L., junior editor of the Boston 

Gazette, and Anna A. Baxter, daughter of 

late Anthony, Esq., of and at Quincy, by 

Rev. Mr. Whitney, 



Sept. 23, 1822 

Dec. 25, 1823 
March 23, 1824 

May 9, 1824 
Dec. 24, 1824 

June 8, 1826 

July 18, 1827 

Oct. I, 1827 
Nov. 13, 1828 
Dec. 25, 1828 

April 12, 1829 

Sept. 7, 1820 

Sept. 9, 1 82 1 
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May 19, 1823 

May 19, 1823 

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HOMER Fitzbung, Esq., of Boston, and Nancy 

B. DeWolf, daughter of Hon. James, at 

Park Hill Park, Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, April 29, 1828 

Hannah R., second daughter of Joseph W., 

and Samuel B. Peirce, at Boston, by Rev. 

Mr. Palfrey, Dec. 17, 1829 

HONE Joanna, daughter of late Philip I., Esq., 

and Charles Kneeland, at New York, by 

Rev. Mr. Matthews, April 29, 1829 

HONEYWELL Desdemonia, of New Shore- 
ham, and Edwin Sanford, of Newport, at 

Newport, by Rev. Dr. Eddy. Journal of Sept. 4, 1820 

HOOD Mary, of Capt. John, of Somerset, and 

Wheaton Luther, Jr., of Swanzey, at Som- 
erset, by Elisha Slade, Esq., Dec. 9, 1821 
Abiezer D. and Mary Sheldon, both of Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, at Central 

Fall, July 25, 1824 

David B., of Somerset, and Mary Ann 

Brown, of John, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Sept. i, 1824 

HOOKER Sarah E. R., of Amherst, and Rev. 

Solomon Peck, formerly of Providence, 

professor in Amherst College, at Am- 

hurst, by Rev. Mr. Murdock. Journal of May 22, 1826 
Thais Maria and John P. Steadman, at 

Southbndge, June 6, 1828 

HOPKINS John G. and Rosamond Dawless, 

both of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Messer, Oct. 15, 1820 

Harriet A., of Stephen, and Elisha C. Wells, 

all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Gano, Feb. 28, 1822 

Sarah, of Smithfield, and Jabez Clarke, of 

Providence, at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. i, 1822 

Penelope and Abner Butler, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, all of and at Providence, July 23, 1823 

Carver and Abby Knight Manchester, 

youngest daughter of Col. Israel, at Scitu- 

ate, by Rev. Charles Stone, Sept. 30, 1823 

Capt. Samuel S., of Providence, and Eliza- 
beth P. Brooks, of and at New London. 

Journal of Oct. 14, 1824 

Samuel G., of Warwick, and Eliza Relph, of 

David, of and at Scituate, by Rev, Mr. 

Knight, Dec. 26, 1824 

Arnold and Eliza Cole, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, all of and at Providence, Jan. i, 1826 



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HOPKINS Harriet, of Jeremiah, and Solomon 

Sweet, at Foster, Dec. 30, 1827 

Mercy and William T. Weaver, at Smithfield. 

Journal of Oct. 29, 1827 

Jarvis and Hannah Pond, of Providence, at 

Foster, Dec. 30, 1827 

William A. and Sarah Baker, at Pawtucket, May 14, 1828 
Mrs. Harriet, of Providence, and James 

Livingstone, of Saratoga, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Kent, April 23, 1828 

Mary and Christopher King, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 15, 1829 

George H. and Sophia Newman, daughter of 

John, both of and at Providence, by Rev, 

Mr. Wilson, Sept. 6, 1829 

HOPPIN Ann Eliza, only daughter of Davis H., 

and Caleb Westcott, Jr., all of Providence, 

by Rev, Mr. Williams, Jan. 9, 1820 

Richard, of Providence, and Sarah Ann 

Pratt, of Newport, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Dana, Dec. 12, 1820 

Susan H., eldest daughter of Richard, and 

Daniel Bowler, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, all 

of Providence, Feb. 5, 1827 

Levi and Nancy Sweeting, of Henry, at 

Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. Boswell. Journal of March i, 1827 
Caroline Elizabeth, second daughter of 

Richard, and Henry Williams, of Cumber- 
land, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 22, 1828 
Mary Ann, eldest daughter of George W., 

of Providence, and H Humphries, 

of Philadelphia, of firm of Brown and 

Humphries, at Providence, Nov. 8, 1829 

HOPSON Col. Darius, U. S. Army, and Cloe 

P. Muckevis, or Jumping Rabbitt, the 

Belle of the Chickasaws, at Mountsville, 

Ala. Journal of Dec, 21, 1829 

HORNE Mary Ann, of Daniel, Esq., of Barring- 
ton, and Job Wheaton, of Seekonk, at 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, June 17, 1822 

HORSWELL James and Mary Tabor, of late 

Reuben, at Newport, Sept. 23, 1821 

William, of Providence, and Harriet Ox.\, of 

William, formerly of Bristol, at Newport. 

Journal of Jan. 30, 1826 

Francis and Mrs. Nancy Whiting, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, all of and at Providence, May 21, 1826 

HORTON Evelina and Joseph Gay Metcalf, 

both of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
- ' Mr. Edes, Oct. 16, 1820 



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HORTON John S., of Providence, and Eliza 
Tudor, of East Windsor, Ct., at East Wind- 
sor, by Rev. Mr. Robbins. Journal of 
Ann Eliza, of Mendon, Mass., and Jabez 
Barney, of Swanzey, at Seekonk. Journal 
of 
Andrew and Mary Hathaway, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, at Providence, 
Sarah B. and Joshua Fuller, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Whipple, 
Rebecca W., of Dighton, and Philip Nichols, 

of Rehoboth, at Dighton, 
Joanna W., of Taunton, and Abijah W. 
Metcalf, of Franklin, Mass., at Taunton, 
by Rev. Mr. Maltby. Journal of 
HOSWELL Mary A., of Providence, and 
Thomas Brownell, of Tiverton, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
HOTON George and Mary Wheeler, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
HOUSE William and Mary Ann Malcolm, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
HOUSWELL Ann Maria and Alfed S. Buffing- 
ton, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
HOUSTON John H., Esq., and Gertrude 
Parker Truxton, daughter of Commander 
Thomas, U. S. Navy, at Washington, D. C, 
by Rev. Mr. Hawley. Journal of 
HOVEY William, of New York, and Mary W. 
Smith, of Capt. Benjamin, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, of and at Pawtuxet, 
HOWARD Joseph, of Taunton, and Lydia 
Smith, of Rehoboth, at Attleboro, Mass., 
Martin, of Foster, and Miss Ruth Whipple, 

daughter of James, at Scituate, 
John and Miss Eliza Sheldon, of Robert, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
Seth, of Olneyville, and Mary Miller, of Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Jesse, Esq., and Mary King, of Joseph, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, all of Cranston, 
Sophia Catharine, of Col. John E., of Balti- 
more, and William G. Read, Esq., late 
resident of Newport, at Baltimore. Jour- 
nal of 
Judeth, of Newburyport, Mass., and Levi R. 

Nutt, of Newbury, Vt. Journal of 
Capt. James and Hannah Macomber, form- 
erly of Providence, at Charleston, S. C, 
Mary Ann and David Ilsley, at New Bed- 
ford. Journal of 



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Nov. 26, 


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Nov. 5 

Nov. II 

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May 13 

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Oct, 13 
Feb. 16 
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HOWARD James and Lucy Noyes, at Boston. 

Journal of 
AppoUus and Bethiah Porter, of Bridgewater, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
William, Jr., and Hannah Corey, of and at 

Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Ransom, 
William and Hannah Corey, at Portsmouth, 

by Rev. Mr. Ransom, 
Mary G. and Benjamin W. Freeman, at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Journal of 
HOWE Thomas Y., Esq., and Brown, 

sister of Gov. Brown, at Brownville, N. Y. 

Journal of 
Rev. E. G., of Illinois, and Mary Ann Condy, 

of Capt. Thomas H., at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Shurtleff, 
George, of Pomfret, Ct., and Mary Whitman, 

of Gen. Reuben W.,at Warwick. Journal 

of 
Francis, of Boston, and Maria A. Richards, 

at Engfield, Mass. Journal of 
Calvin W., of New York, and Caroline At- 

well, of Col. Amos, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Mary F., of Rev. Mr. Howe, of Hopkinton, 

Mass., and Rev. Samuel Russell, of Boyles- 

ton, at Hopkinton. Journal of 
Louisa and Josiah Tufts, at New Haven. 

Journal of 
James ¥., junior editor of the Evening Bulle- 
tin, and Caroline A. H. Holmes, at Boston, 
Roswell and Sylvia S. Stevens, at New Bed- 
ford. Journal of 
HOWELL Waitey, of Hon. Jeremiah B., and 

Appleton Walker, by Rev. Stephen Gano, 

all of and at Providence, 
HOWES Henrietta, of New York, and John C. 

Hines, of Providence, at New York, 
HOWLAND Elizabeth L., of John, and William 

Hatch, all of Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. 

Journal of 
Susan A. and James M. Brown, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal of 
Josiah and Mary L. Bradford, of John, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 
Capt. George, of Providence, and Sarah M. 

Almy, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 
Mary and Thomas Pearce, by Rev. Mr. 

White, all of and at Bristol. Journal of 



May 21, 1827 

Nov. 26, 1827 

Julys, 1828 

July 10, 1828 

Aug. 4, 1828 

March 13, 1820 

Aug. 15, 1825 

May 30, 1825 
Oct. 6, 1825 

Nov. 30, 1825 

Feb. 19, 1827 

May 28, 1827 

Nov. 13, 1828 

Nov. 5, 1829 

Oct. 15, 1823 
Sept. 25, 1828 

March 6, 1820 

March 9, 1820 

July 27, 1820 

Aug. 3, 1823 
Jan. 5, 1824 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ROWLAND Harty, of Upper Canada, and Dr. 
Joseph Warren Bishop Jacobs, of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

John W. and Susan A. Greene, of Col. Au- 
gustus, all of and at East Greenwich, 

John and Mary Munro, at Bristol, 

Juliet, of Pawtucket, and Joseph A. Scott, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Ethan M., of Manson, Mass., and Frances 
M. Russell, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev, 
Dr. Benedict, 

Phebe and George S. Allen, of Providence, 
at Troy, Mass., 

Hannah and Pardon H. Tillinghast, at East 
Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, 

George, Jr., and Sylvia G. Allen, daughter of 
late James, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Providence, 

Charles and Phebe D. Tabor, at New Bed- 
ford. Journal of 

Capt. Henry N. and Lois A. Church, daugh- 
ter of Gamaliel, at Fair Haven. Journal of 

Capt. Abraham and Mehitable T. Russell, 
daughter of Reuben, at New Bedford, by 
T. G. Coffin, Esq., 
HOXSIE Olive, eldest daughter of Christopher, 
and Martin Kimpton, at Smithfield, by 
Henry S. Mansfield, Esq., Justice, 

Mercy, of West Greenwich, and Thomas 
Phillips, Jr., of Hxeter, at Centreville, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mercy, of West Greenwich, and Thomas 
Phillips, Jr., of Exeter, at Centreville. 
Journal of 
HOYT Munson, Esq., and Mary E. St. John, 
daughter of William, Esq., both of Nor- 
wich, Ct., at New York, by Rev. Dr. Mc- 
Ilvaine, 

Eunice, of Warren, and Joseph Seymour, of 
Newport, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, 

Sarah Ann, of Newport, and Thomas Dring 
Gladding, of Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, at Providence, 

Joseph S , of Boston, and Sarah Ann Snow, 
of Benjamin, of and at Norwich, by Rev. 
Mr. Paddock, 

Mrs. Lettice, of Randolph, Vt., and Robert 
Crandall, Esq., of Exeter, at Randolph, Vt., 

Virtue C. and John Crosby, at Newport. 
Journal of 



Feb. 5, 1826 

Nov. 9, 1826 
Dec. 3, 1826 

Jan. 28, 1828 



Oct. 21, 1828 

Nov. 23, 1828 

Jan. 8, 1829 

April 30, 1829 
July 23, 1829 
July 23, 1829 

Nov. 23, 1829 

March 15, 1823 

Feb. 26, 1828 

March 6, 1828 

Sept. 13, 1829 
June 22, 1823 

May 17, 1824 

Sept. 22, 1824 
Oct. 21, 1824 
June 29, 1826 



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HOYT Cornelia and John Wells, at Northamp- 
ton. Journal of Jan. 29 

Ezra and Sarah H. Kinnicutt, of late Capt. 
John, all of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, July 18 

Charlotte W. and Isaac Sherman, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 19 

Caroline, daughter of Samuel, of Pomfret, 
and Erastus Knight, at Thompson, Ct. 
Journal of Oct. 23 

HUDSON Mary C, of Capt. Thomas, and 

Thomas Stacy, at Newport, May 15 

Eliza Ann, of late William, and James Smith, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Sept. 25 

Caleb B. and Sarah Wilcox, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of Providence, Nov. 20 

Mary Ann, of Capt. Samuel, and Thomas 

Cook, at Newport. Journal of May 15 

Henry J. and Amey Ann Barker, of Capt. 
James, at Newport. Journal of May 22 

James L. and Ann Eliza Thompson, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, all of Providence, Jan. 25 

Matilda P. and John W. Bennett, at Natic, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 13 

HUESTIES Capt. Daniel D. and Mary Ann S. 
Wilkinson, daughter of William, at Boston, 
bv Rev. Mr. Dean. Journal of Aug. 6 

HUGHES John L. and Eliza Whiting, of Col. 
Jeremiah, dec, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Jan. 16 

P^leanor J. and Spencer Beers, both of Prov- 
idence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, July 13 
HULL Jabez, of Providence, and Hannah C. 
Putnam, eldest daughter of Israel, Esq., 
of and at Sutton, by Rev. Mr. Mills, Oct. 21, 

Susan L., of Rev. Stephen, of Raynham, 
and Benjamin Seaver, of Taunton, at Rayn- 
ham. Journal of Nov. 8 

Hannah and George Barrett, at Providence, Dec. 19 

John and Pamela Barker, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of May 8 

George, of Brookfield, Ct., and Sarah Lawton, 

of Adam, of Portsmouth, at Newport, May 20^ 

Peleg and Sarah Ann Thurber, youngest 
daughter of John, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Lud- 
low, all of Providence, Nov. 22 

Rev. Stephen and Sybel Griffith, both of 
West Stockbridge, at Austerlitz, N. H. 
Journal of March 3 



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392 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HULL Julia Ann, youngest daughter of General 

William, and Joseph Wheeler, of Augusta, ' 

Ga., at Newton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 

Homer, Sept. 12, 1825 

Wager, of Providence, and Sarah C. Cong- 
don, of South Kingstown. Journal of April 24, 1826 

Sarah, of Providence, and Billings C. Kaighan, 
of Clayville, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Dec. 24, 1829 

HUMES Sally and Amos Sylvester, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, Aug. 21, 1821 

Samuel, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Phebe Snell, of 
late David, of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1825 

Rebecca and David R. Anthony, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 9, 1828 
HUMFORD Hannah C., daughter of late Ben- 
jamin B., Esq., and Joseph W. Sweet, of 
Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, Nov. 30, 1829 
HUMPHREY Col. Walker and Olive B. Mau- 
ran, both of Providence, at New York, by 
Rev. William Ware, Dec. 26, 1821 

Abby and Samuel Bosworth, of Warren. 

Journal of Nov. 11, 1824 

Thomas J. and Caroline Cooke, at Tiverton, 

by Rev. Mr. Wright. Journal of Feb. 18, 1828 

HUMPHRIES Capt. Samuel and Sarah G. 
Eaton, both of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Otheman, Nov. 26, 1821 

Thomas G. and Abby Eddy, of Benjamin, at 

Providence, Sept. 30, 1822 

H , of firm of Bevan and Humphrey, 

Philadelphia, and Mary Ann Hoppin, 
eldest daughter of George W., of and at 
Providence, Nov. 8, 1829 

HUNT Nancy, of Seekonk, and Rev. Shear- 
jashub B. Townsend, of Sherbourne, 
Mass., at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman March 22, 1820 

Col. Jonathan, of Brattleboro, Vt., and Jane 
Maria Leavett, of Col. Thaddeus, of 
Suffield, Ct., at Sufifield, May 23, 1820 

Bat, of North Kingstown, and Hannah H. 
F"orth, of North Providence, at East 
Greenwich, Aug. 29, 1823 

Sarah and Jabil Patt, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct. .19, 1822 

Peter B., Esq., attorney at law, of Seekonk, 
and Ruth Nelson, of Paul, of Pawtucket, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, April 15, 1824 



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HUNT Mary Eveline, of Joshua, Esq., and James 

Chace, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, all of and 

at Pawtuxet, May 17, 1824 

Susan I., of Peter, of Seekonk, and Joseph 

C. Brown, of Baltimore, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney, June 18, 1827 

Huldah A., of late Daniel, of Providence, 

and Benjamin A. Benson, of Sturbridge, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Dec. 10, 1827 
Sarah Ann and Peter Church, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 12, 1828 

Avis and James Wood, both of Coventry, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 4, 1829 

Samuel, of Boston, and Helen Maria Mellen, 

at New York. Journal of Nov. 2, 1829 

HUNTER Mary, of Tiverton, and Joseph Whit- 
ing, of Bristol, at Tiverton, Aug. 5, 1821 
Daniel and Eliza Sisson, both of and at 

Warren, Dec. 5, 1827 

HUNTINGTON Elizabeth and Benjamin Bar- 
nard, of Portland, Me., merchant, at New- 
port, July 10, 1826 
Nancy and Samuel Thomas, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, Jan. 8, T828 

HUNTRESS Nathaniel and Anna Dickerson, 

both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1829 

HURLBERT Frances C. and Henry G. Glad- 
ding, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Farley, Oct. 14, 1829 

Thomas, merchant, of South Lee, Mass., and 

Lucy Loomer, of and at New York, by 

Rev. Mr. Ware, Dec. 10, 1829 

HUSE Caleb and Mary Stone, at Newburyport. 

Journal of May 21, 1827 

HUSSEY Mary N. and Thomas Earle, both 

Friends, at Nantucket, Mass., July 13, 1820 

Welcome, of Mendon, and Anna Arnold, of 

and at Cumberland, by William Whipple, 

Esq., Jan. 18, 1824 

Valentine and Mrs. Mary P. Perkins, at 

Nantucket. Journal of May 21, 1827 

HUTCHINS Abigail and John Dewhurst, by 

William B. Martin, Esq., all of and at 

Providence, Dec. 4, 1822 

Shubael, merchant, of Charleston, S. C, and 

Maria Starrs, of Dan, of and at Mansfield, 

Conn., Aug. 24, 1824 

George and Eveline W. Gorton, at Warwick. 

Journal of Jan. 11, 1827 



394 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HUTCHINGS Maria L., youngest daughter of 

Col. Hutchins, of Killingly, and Isaac H. 

Cady, of Providence, at Killingly, Jan. 31, 1827 

John and Sarah Packard Metcalf, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Dec. 24, 1827 
Louisa and Jason Clapp, of Dorchester, at 

Steuben, Me. Journal of Nov. 16, 1829 

HUTCHINSON Stephen and Evelina Jenckes, 

of late William, by Asa Winsor, Esq., all 

of and at Smithfield, Sept. 4, 1823 

James, of Northampton, and Phebe Cogges- 

hall, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. James C. 

Barney, Sept. 14, 1824 

HYATT Susan, of late John, Esq., and Col. J. 

Hyndman, U. S. Army, at Philadelphia. 

Journal of July 21, 1825 

Sophia, of late Capt. Charles L,, and John S. 

Richardson, Jr., Esq., by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

at Providence, April 9, 1827 

HYDE Phylora, of Brooklyn, and Gyles Woods- 
worth, of Killingly, at Brooklyn. Journal 

of Dec. II, 1823 

Thomas and Caroline Bunker, both of Nev^ 

Bedford, at Smithfield, Jan. 22, 1829 

HYER George W., of the Mercantile Advertiser, 

of New York, and Sarah Granger, of John, 

at New York. Journal of Nov. 6, 1820 

HYNDMAN Col. J., U. S. Army, and Susan 

Hyatt, of late John, Esq., at Philadelphia. 

Journal of July 21, 1825 

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IDE Lydia, of Providence, and Peleg Butts, of 

New Bedford, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Aug. 7, 1820 

Celinda and William Thurber, all of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, March 15, 1821 

Hiram and Adelia Miller, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter. Journal of Oct. 4, 1821 

Harvey and Mary Cushman, of late Lieut. 

Jacob, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 

Ferguson, June 10, 1822 

William and Amanda Bishop, both of and at 

Seekonk, Aug. 27, 1823 

Welcome, of Providence, and Mary Ann 

Hathaway, of late Zephaniah, of Newport, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Dec. 25, 1823 



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IDE Amey and Z Chaffee, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney. Journal of 
Mary ¥. and Leonard Slater, at Worcester, 
Marcillus and Martha B. Gray, at Central 
Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
ILSLEY David and Mary Ann Howard, at New 
Bedford. Journal of 

INGALLS , aged 30 years, and Isaac 

Weyman, aged 64 years, at Marblehead. 
Journal of 
Lucy, daughter of Dr. William, and Dr. 
Charles H. Steadman, U. S. Marine Hos- 
pital, both of Chelsea, Mass., at Boston. 
Journal of 
INGELL Abby, of Jonathan, Esq., and William 
A. F. Sprout, Esq., of and at Taunton. 
Journal of 
INGRAHAM Martha and Samuel Goff, at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Journal of 
Leprelet and Adeline Carpenter, both of 

Pawtucket. Journal of 
Esther, of John, of Pawtucket, and Walter 
Frost, of Boston, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, at 
Pawtucket, 
Lemuel, of Attleboro, and Tanzin Hall, of 
Pawtucket, at St. Paul's Church, Paw- 
tucket, 
William, of Barrington, and Sarah Child, of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Solomon and Peddy Sweet, of Gideon, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Nancy, of Watson, and Ebenezer Mathew- 
son, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. 
Journal of 
Nancy and Nathan Goff, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford, all of and at Warren, 
Joshua, of Seekonk, and Sarah Ann Baker, 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Jane and John B. Read, both of Pawtucket, 
at Attleboro, 
INLOES P^liza C. and John Chandler, Esq., ed- 
itor of the Maryland Republican, of An- 
napolis, Md., at Baltimore. Journal of 
INMAN Obadiah, of Foster, R. I., and Rhoda 
Levens, of Killingly, at Killingly. Jour- 
nal of 
Rhoda, of Abraham, Esq., and Isaac Randall, 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
Ibis M., of Pawtucket, and Mary Kelley, of 
and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 



May 22, 1826 
May 29, 1826 

Jan. 28, 1827 

April 16, 1827 

July 17, 1820 

June I, 1829 

April 17, 1823 

April 15, 1822 

Nov. 8, 1824 

March 7, 1825 

Sept. 25, 1825 
Oct. 16, 1825 
Dec. 5, 1826 

March 5, 1827 

March 29, 1827 

Sept. 7, 1828 

Nov. 17, 1828 

July 12, 1 82 1 

April 27, 1820 
Feb. 12, 1824 
Feb. 15, 1824 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



INMAN Mary and Ellered Eldredge, by Timothy 

Sweet, Esq., at Chepachet, Oct. 2, 1825 

Cinderilla and Zachariah R. Fuller, both of 

Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Mann, Jan. 28, 1828 

Harkness and Joan B. Rawson, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 7, 1828 

Eliza Ann, of Burrillville, and Nathan South- 
wick, 2d, of Mendon, at Smithfield, March 5, 1829 
IRISH Chrowler P. and Miss Sarah Hicks, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, F'eb. 13, 1821 

George L. and Harriet Ward, of Marma- 

duke, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, Dec. 6, 1821 

Otis and Patience Dyre, at Little Compton. 

Journal of Nov. 17, 1823 

Mary H., daughter of late John, and George 

Bowen, at Newport, Oct. 21, 1824 

Sarah B. and Stephen Bowen, at Newport. 

Journal of Oct. 16, 1826 

IRONS Simon and Mary Cornell, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, April 28, 1822 

John, of North Providence, and Reliance 

Chace, of and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, Jan. 18, 1824 

Eliza and Alexander Walford, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Sept. 28, 1824 

Arnold, of Providence, and Fanny Salisbury, 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, June 5, 1825 
Sarah and Asa Keen, both of Pawtucket, at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Jan. i, 1826 

IVES Charlotte R., of Thomas P., Esq., and 

William G. Goddard, Esq., editor of Rhode 

Island American, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, May 22, 1821 

Robert Hale, of Providence, and Harriet 

Bowen Amory, daughter of late Thomas, 

Esq., of Boston, at Roxbury, by Rev. 

Alonzo Potter, Oct. 3, 1827 



JACK Samuel H. and Frances G. Tompkins, of 

John, at Newport, Feb. 13, 1825 

Alexander and Rebecca Hart, at Newport. 

Journal of Nov. 6, 1828 

JACKINS David and Sarah Field,at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, March ir, 1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 



397 



JACKMAN Betsey, 40 years, and Josiah French, 
Esq., aged 48 years. This is his 5th wife, 
at Salem, Me. Journal of 
JACKSON Rev. Henry and Maria T. Gano, of 
Rev, Stephen, by Rev. Dr. Gano, at Provi- 
dence, 

Major George W., aged 20 years, and Mrs. 
Sally Underhill, aged 72, at Edwardsville, 
111. Journal of 

Eliza, of Major Samuel, of Providence, and 
Dr. Robert D. Hemenway, of Shrewsbury, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John G., formerly of Providence, and Ma- 
tilda Caroline Starkey, at Philadelphia, 

Mary and McKenney, he being her 

5th husband and she only 28 years old, 
both of Harper's Ferry, Va. Journal of 

Richard W., merchant, of Philadelphia, and 
Susan P. Aborn, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Charles and Catharine Dexter, of Samuel, 
Esq., by Rev. Dr. Edes, at Providence, 

Rebecca and M. M. Noah, editor of the N. 
Y. Enquirer, at New York, 

Mary H., daughter of Hon. Richard, and Dr. 
John F. B. Flagg, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Susan W., daughter of Nathan W., Esq., and 
Dr. David B. Slack, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Hannah, daughter of Hon. Richard, and 
James Dennis, of Scituate, at P'riends' 
Meeting House, Providence, 

Ellen and Lieut. George F. Pearson, U. S. 
Navy, at Newburyport. Journal of 

George W. and Mary Bowen Jackson, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Nathan W., Esq., both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Mary Bowen, daughter of Hon. Nathan W., 
and George W. Jackson, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
JACOBS James, merchant, and Caroline F. Dyer, 
of Charles, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and 
at Providence, 

Dr. Joseph Warren Bishop, of Seekonk, and 
Harty Howland, of Upper Canada, at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
JACQUES Betsey, af Pawtucket, and John 
Goldsmith, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Journal 
of 



Feb. 2, 


1824 


March 11, 


1822 


Dec. 6, 


1824 


Nov. 13, 


1825 


Sept. 12, 


1826 


May 14, 


1827 


Oct. I, 


1827 


Nov. 20, 


1827 


Nov. 29, 


1827 


Dec. 3, 


1827 


June 24, 


1828 


Sept. II, 


1828 


Sept. 28, 


1829 


Nov. 12, 


1829 


Nov. 12, 


1829 


Jan. 25; 


^1826 


Feb. 5, 


1826 


Jan. 12, 


1834 



398 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JAMES Martha, of John, and Richard Eddy, all 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Caleb B. and Lucy Reynolds, of Judge Rey- 
nolds, by Rev. Daniel Greene, at Ricb- 
mond, 
Dr, Silas, of West Greenwich, and Caroline 
A. Cordon, of Sterling, Ct., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Mrs. Esther, of Foster, and Rev. John 

Adams, of Killingly, at Foster, 
Mary, daughter of late William, Esq., and 
Henry S. Whitford, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr, Pickering, 
JANSON Harriet and William Niles, at Paw- 

tuxet. Journal of 
JARVIS Lieut. Joseph W., U. S. Navy, and 
Sally J. Bradford, at Bristol, by Rt. Rev. 
Bishop Griswold, 
JEFFERS Samuel and Mary Vaughan, of John, 
at Newport, 
Sarah, of Newport, and James A. Williams, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
JEFFERSON Joseph, of Fall River, and Susan 

Congdon, of Northbridge, at Grafton, 
JEFFRIES Fanny and Richard Sayles, both of 

and at Smithfield, 
JEFFRAY Robert, of New York, and Rebecca 
C. Dexter, of Stephen, Esq., at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
JENCKES Reuben, Esq., and Mrs. Nancy Smith, 
widow of Col. John, at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Isaac, Esq., and Freelove Dexter, of Major 
Nathan, of Carlton, Mass., at Cumberland, 
Daniel, formerly of Providence, and Rachal 
Ewmg, of Nathaniel, President State Bank 
at Vincennes, and Receiver and Public 
Commissioner for Vincennes Dist., at 
Vincennes, Ind., by Rev. Samuel T. Scott, 
John, of Warwick, and Nancy C. Bellows, of 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano. Journal of 
Jerathmael, of Providence, and Mrs. Hannah 
Collins, of Canterbury, Ct., at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Journal of 
Alfred, of Holmesburgh, Pa., and Sally Albro, 
of Pawtucket, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict. Journal of 
Arnold, of Wrentham, and Betsey Ballou, of 
Abner, of Cumberland, at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 



May 2, 1822 

May 4, 1823 

Sept. 22, 1824 
Sept. 5, 1825 

Oct. 20, 1829 
Nov. 16, 1820 

Dec. 8, 1828 

April 4, 1824 

May 26, 1824 

March i, 1827 

March 16, 1823 

Oct. 29, 1822 

Feb. 10, 1820 
Feb. 13, 1820 

May 2, 1820 
May 8, 1820 

May 15, 1820 
Nov. 9, 1820 

Dec. 19, 1820 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 3 99 

JENCKES Prescilla Bucklin and Charles Rob- 
bins, both of Providence, at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 10, 1821 

George 2d, and Miss Betsey Miller, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July i, 1821 

William Scott, formerly of Providence, and 
Miss Petronia Ximeno, daughter of Don 
Jose M. Ximeno, of Matanzas, at Matanzas, July 29, 1821 

Hosea and Anna Hall, both of Smithfield, at 

Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Sept. 30, 1821 

Sarah Ann, of late Jerathnael, and Philip Pot- 
ter, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. 
Journal of Dec 10, 1821 

Albert Carlile and Minerva Kinsley, at St. 
Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, Jan. 23, 1822 

Lydia and Jesse Brown, both of North Prov- 
idence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 
Journal of June 17, 1822 

Hartford and Sarah Whipple, at Cumber- 
land, Aug. 25, 1822 

Mary E., of Warwick, and Jonathan Knowles, 
of Cranston, at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas 
Manchester, Sept. 22, 1822 

Freelove C, of Capt. John, of Smithfield 
and William J. Manton, of Johnston, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 14, 1822 

William and Ruth G. Bates, of Col. James 

N., at Providence, Oct. 30, 1822 

Lyndon, Esq., of North Providence, and 
Hannah Ann Gage, of Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, April 17, 1823 

Sophia and Whipple Metcalf, both of Cum- 
berland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, July 2, 1823 

William and Anne Almy, only daughter of 
William,by Friends' Ceremony,at Cranston 
Meeting House, July 17, 1823 

Evelina, of late William, and Stephen Hutch- 
inson, by Asa Winsor, Esq., all of and at 
Smithfield, Sept. 4, 1823 

Mrs. Lydia C. and James Turner, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 

Jarathmael, of Central P'alls, and Phebe R. 
Spencer, of Capt. Lawton, of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, at St. John's 
Church July 4, 1824 

Martha G., of Providence, and Joseph Shaw, ^ 

of Portsmouth, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. T--^ 

Brown, Nov. 21, 1824 



400 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JENCKES Louisa and John Coggeshall, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, all of Pawtucket, Jan. 12, 1825 

Susan Snow, daughter of Dea. John C, and 

Lloyd Shaw, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Feb. 20, 1825 

Capt. Alvin and Alcey Briggs, both of Cen- 
tral Falls, at Cumberland, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., 
George W. C. and Lydia Smith, eldest daugh- 
ter of Jeremiah, by Rev. Mr. White, all 

of Smithfield, 
Lyman, of Ludlow, Mass., and Charlotte B. 

Sutton, of Oliver, of Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, 
Caroline, of John, Esq., and William H. 

Cooke, all of Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Edward and Fidelia E. Hawkins, by Rev. 

Mr. Allen, 
Almira F., of Ebenezer, of Savannah, Ga., 

and George U. Weekes, at Poughkeepsie, 

N. Y., 
Edwm T. and Hannah B. Jenckes, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, all of and at Providence, 
Hannah B. and Edwin T. Jenckes, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, all of and at Providence, 
Eliza, of Dea. John C, and Joseph V. Snow, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of Providence, 
Louisa, of Benjamin, and John C. Richmond, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, all of Providence, 
Robert W., of Providence, and Mrs. Phidelia 

Bradford, daughter of Amherst Kimball, 

of and at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 10, 1827 
Mary S., of late Joseph, of Providence, and 

Luke Drury, Esq., of Bristol, at North 

Providence, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, June 7, 1827 

Stephen B., of New Bedford, and Cynthia 

Whelden, of Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, Aug. 5, 1827 

Capt. Alvin, of Smithfield, and Sally Fales, 

of Attleboro, at Pawtucket. Journal of Oct. 29, 1827 

Sarah A. and Col. William C. Barker, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 30, 1828 
Sarah Peckham and Cornelius Soule Carter, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Farley, April 6, 1829 

JENISON Celia, of Cranston, and Terrence 

Aronians, of Providence, April 8, 1827 

Betsey and Ezra Kelley, both of Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, at Pawtuxet, Nov. 25, 1827 



March 10, 


1825 


April 21, 


1825 


Aug. 2, 


1825 


Aug. 31, 


1825 


Dec. 22, 


1825 


Jan. 19, 


1826 


June 18, 


1826 


June 18, 


1826 


Oct. 30, 


1826 


Dec. 6, 


1826 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 401 

JENKINS Giles S. and Mary Carr, of Samuel 

L., by Rev. Mr. Palmer, at Exeter, Feb. 13, 1825 

JENNY John Y. and Harriet Goodnow, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 26, 1824 

JENNEY Elizabeth T., of Fairhaven, and Frank- 
lin Joy, of Nantucket, at New Bedford. 
Journal of April 16, 1827 

JENNINGS Lydia W. and Gilbert Rich, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, all of and at Providence, Aug. 22, 1824 

Eliza and Isaac Hall, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Smith, 
all of and at Fall River. Journal of April 12, 1827 

JEPHERSON Lucy, of Douglass, and Jonah 
Rosa, of Cumberland, by Welcome Whip- 
ple, Esq., Dec. 5, 1822 

JEPSON Martha and Jonathan Leonard, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 16, 1821 

Eliza and Edward Field, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 11, 1822 

JERAULD Daniel D. and Harriet L. Casey, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 25, 1822 

Mary M. and Amos A. Tillinghast, cashier 
Pawtucket Bank, both of and at Seekonk, 
by Rev. James O. Barney, Sept. 14, 1824 

Henry, of Seekonk, and Louisa Roberts, of 
Capt. Duty, of Providence, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 17, 1827 

JERRAULD Harriet L., of Warwick, and George 
W. Killham, of Salem, Mass , at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, Aug. 29, 1827 

JEWELL Dea. Daniel, 82 years, and Mrs. Mary 
Allen, aged 85 years, grandmother of the 
late Lieut. Allen. U. S. N. She is his 
fourth wife, at Westerly, N. Y. Journal 
of May 22, 1823 

JILLSON Louisa, of Col. Welcome, of Cumber- 
land, and Welcome Ballou, of Middleboro, 
N. H., by Smith Arnold, Esq , at Cumber- 
land, April 2, 1820 
Waity, of Nathaniel, of Cumberland, and 
Emery Scott, of Bellinghim, Mass., at 
Cumberland, April 2, 1820 
Sally, eldest daughter of Oliver, and Eben- 
ezer P. Brown, all of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, April 3, 1821 
David, of Attleboro, and Polly Shorey, of 

Seekonk, at Attleboro. Journal of Nov. 24, 1823 

Eunice and Lemuel Capron, by William 

Whipple, Esq., all of and at Cumberland, Jan. 27, 1824 



402 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JILLSON Anna, of late Luke, of Cumberland, 

and William L. Aldrich, of Providence, at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 31, 1827 

JOHNSON Lucina W., of Killingly, and Ste- 
phen Keech, of Glocester, at Killingly, Jan. 9, 1820 
Dr. Artemus and Mrs. Eliza N. Davenport, 

of Seekonk, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man, June 18, 1820 
Louisa and Gamaliel Smith, at Smithfield, Aug. 14, 1820 
, aged 16 years, daughter of Lady 

Howe, and Count Belmame, aged 40 years, 

Russian Guard over Napoleon, at St. He- 
lena. Journal of Aug. 24, 1820 
Amey, of North Providence, and Fenner An- 

gell, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 

Journal of Nov. 9, 1820 

Lydia and Rufus King, both of Cranston, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 26, i 820 

Dr. Peleg and Mrs. Harriet Hines, daughter 

of Cyrus French, Esq., at South Kings- 
town," by Rev. Mr. Brown, May 23, 1821 
Charles, of Bellefont, Penn., and Penelope 

Cooke, of Coventry, R.I.,at Groton, Conn., Sept. 30, 1821 
Dr. Charles and Penelope Cooke, of Provi- 
dence, at Stonington. Journal of Dec. 10, 1821 
Mary, of Capt. John, of Newport, and Isaac 

Staears, of Providence, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Dec. 27, 1822 

Christopher, of East Greenwich, and Hannah 

Wickes Whitford, of Silas, of Sandwich, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tilling- 

hast, April 24, 1823 

Francis, of Taunton, and Fanny Bird, of and 

at Stoughton, by Elijah Atherton, Esq., May 25, 1823 

Lindsey and Sally C. Weaver, by Rev. Mr. 

Stone, at Coventry, June i, 1823 

Mary Saunders, daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., 

and Constant Burr Mosher, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 23, 1823 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, at Providence, April 24, i 825 

Stephen and Mrs. Lydia Miller, at Warren. 

Journal of May 12, 1825 

Abby, of Capt. John, of Newport, and James 

E. Budlong, at Providence, June 20, 1825 

Eleanor Augusta and Thomas Hillson, both 

of New York, Park Theatre, at Oyster 

Bay, L. L Journal of Sept. i, 1825 

Oliver, of Centreville, and Hannah S. Davis, 

of Ezra, at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Sept. 5, 1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



403 



JOHNSON Emily, daughter of General Jedediah, 
of Canterbury, and Joshua P. Hurnham, 
Esq., cashier U. S. Branch Bank, at Hart- 
ford, Ct., at Canterbury, Ct., 

Mercy, aged 22 years, and William Kingston, 
aged 70 years. She was daughter of 
Stephen Johnson, of Charlestown, at Rich- 
mond, by Thomas Hazard, Esq., 

Emory and Elizabeth Dennis, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, all of and at Providence, 

Mrs. Sarah and Peter D. Stuart, at Newport, 

John L., of Dorchester, and Harriet A. An- 
thony, of Providence, at East Greenwich, 
by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 

Willard and Betsey Ann Taylor, of Thomas, 
all of Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Elizabeth B. and Augustus Greene, at Scit- 
uate, by Elmer Angell, Esq., 

Martha and Diodarous Underwood, all of 
Northampton, by Rev. Mr. Willing- 
ton. Journal of 

Caroline S., of Providence, and Thomas T, 
Beers, of Danbury, Ct., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Susan, of Worcester, and Joseph M. Gardi- 
ner, of Providence, at Worcester, 

Miranda, of James, of Smithfield, and George 
Brown, of Coventry, at Smithfield, by 
Thomas Mann, Esq., 

Margaret and John B. Taylor, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Peleg and Hannah Potter, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Joseph H., Esq., of Nashville, Tenn., and 
Harriet Richmond, daughter of late Dr. 
Benjamin, of Little Compton, at Nashville, 

Alden and Sarah H. Kimball, at Johnston, 
by Rev. Mr. Manchester. Journal of 

Oliver, of Hampden, Me., and Prudence Ba.x- 
ter, of North Providence, at Olneyville, by 
Rev. Mr. Cheeney, 
JOLY J. A., of Switzerland, and Mary Eliza- 
beth Bitters, of Holland, at New York. 
Journal of 
JONES Mrs. Catharine, of Providence, and Capt. 
Reuben Peirce, of N. Providence, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

Angelina, of Rehoboth, and Samuel Norris 
Brown, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Luther, 
at Rehoboth, 



Sept. 22, 1825 



Sept. 26, 1825 

Sept. 28, 1825 
Nov. 22, 1824 



Aug. 31, 1826 

Oct. 8, 1826 

Dec. 24, 1826 

May 24, 1827 

July 22, 1827 
Feb. 25, 1828 

March 16, 1828 
April 27, 1828 
Nov. 10, 1828 

Dec. 8, 1828 
April 9, 1829 

June 2, 1829 

Nov. 12, 1829 

Jan. 5, 1820 

March 19, 1820 



404 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JONES Ruth and Samuel Mason, Jr., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 24, 1820 

Phebe and Elisha Padelford, all of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1821 

Mary, of late Rev. John }'., and Henry Thur- 

ber, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, May 2, 1822 

Caroline Flagg, of Alexander, Esq., and Rev. 
Samuel Brenton Shaw, of North Kings- 
town, at St. John's Church, Providence, Aug. i, 1822 

Luther, of Leominster, and Charlotte Al- 
drich, of and at Northbridge, by Rev. Dr. 
Crane, Aug. 28, 1822 

Clarrissa and Alvah Chace, by Rev. Mr. 

Hazelton, all of and at Dighton, Jan. i, 1823 

Mary and John Newman, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

all of and at Providence, March 16, 1823 

Capt. Jeremiah, of Dighton, and Sarah 
Brown, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge, Nov. 9, 1823 

Emanuel, of Charleston, S. C, and Lucinda 
Nichols, of Jonathan, of Providence, at 
Charleston. Journal of May 3, 1824 

Nancy, of Capt. S , of Medway, and 

Charles Hill, of Sherbourne, at Medway, July 11, 1824 

William, of Charleston, S. C, and Mary Ann 

Warren, of Samuel, of and at Bristol, Sept. 12, 1824 

Joseph, aged 75 years, and Louisa Smith, 
aged 17 years, at Edenton, N. C. Journal 
of Dec. 6, 1824 

Nancy, of Capt. S , of Medway, and 

Thomas Munyan, of Providence, at Med- 
way, by Rev. Mr. Bailey, Dec. 12, 1824 

Elizabeth and Mary, twin sisters, daughters 
of Edward, of Brun.swick, Me., and Elijah 
and Reuben Cole, twin brothers, at Friends' 
House, Durham, Me. Journal of Oct. 10, 1825 

Leroy, of Swanzey, and Caroline Littlefield, 

of Bristol. Journal of May i, 1826 

Martha Dorrence and Thomas Doyle, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickermg, ' May 4, 1826 

Sarah F., of Providence, and Joseph Ed- 
wards, of Falmouth, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, Oct. 12, 1826 

Mary and Samuel Crapon, by Rev. Mr. 

Hazelton, all of and at East Greenwich, Dec. 7, 1826 

Mary and John Greene, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

all of and at Providence, April 4, 1827 

Ann and John Douglass, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 23, 1827 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 405 

JONES Frances N., of Alexander, and Theo- 
dore P. Bogert, of New York, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, April lo, 1828 

Edward H. and Sophronia Boodry, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., June 19, 1828 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Gersham, Esq., 
and Abraham Baker, Esq., of Glocester, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. F'arley. Journal 
of May II, 1829 

Jane Sherwood, of Alexander, Esq., and Dr. 
William W. Valk, of Charleston, S. C, at 
Bellevieu, Providence, R. I., by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, July 16, 1829 

Ann M. S., daughter of Owen, and Robert 
W. Holt, late from Liverpool, Eng., at 
Boston, by Rev. Mr. Parkham, Oct. 6, 1829 

JORDAN Keziah, 17 years, and Ezekiel Collar, 

75 years, at Ashford, Ct. Journal of June 9, 1823 

Allen, of Hudson, N. Y , and Catharine T. 
Dayton, of Capt. Benedict, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten. Journal of Nov. 5, 1827 
JOSLIN Earned and Mrs. Nancy Vorge, at Cum- 
berland, by Jabez Armsbury, Esq., Dec. 6, 1821 

Alfred and Nancy F. Blake, all of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 31, 1822 

Marvel and Martha Cooper, at Brooklyn, Ct. 

Journal of Aug. 19, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth, aged 74 years, and Capt. John 
Bates, aged "jy years, by Rev. John Bal- 
lord, a grandson of the groom. Previous 
to his marriage he had erected a tomb to 
receive himself and intended wife, at 
Thompson, Ct. Journal of April 13, 1826 

Samuel B., of Providence, and Polly Clarke, 
of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Dec. 19, 1826 

Mary Ann, of Willard, and Jesse B. Sweet, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 26, 1827 

JOUVETTE Thomas and Catharine D'^rfee, of 
Benjamin, a'll of and at Newport. Jour- 
nal of Jan. 30, 1826 
JOY Franklin, of Nantucket, and Elizabeth T. 
Jenney, of P^airhaven, at New Bedford. 
Journal of April 16, 1827 
JUDD Julia and Samuel Starkweather, Esq., at- 
torney at law, at Cleveland, Ohio, June 25, 1828 
JUSTIN Mary Ann and William Bacon, at Prov- 
idence. Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 

Mary Ann and Horace Leonard,at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1824 



406 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



K 



KAIGHN Charles and Susan F. Burdick, of late 

Lawton, at Newport, Journal of Oct. 2, 1823 

KAIGHAN Hillings C, of Clayville, and Sarah 

Hull, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Dec. 24, 1829 

KALEW John, of Jamaica, and Mary B. Marble, 

daughter of Benjamin, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of Aug. II, 1828 
KANE Mary, of Elias, Esq., and William C. 

Gibbs, Esq., governor of Rhode Island, at 

Albany, N. Y., June 2, 1822 

KARAMANKEE Dowager, of Tamahamaha, 

late King of the Sandwich Isles, and Tamo- 

ree, senior King of Atooi. The Queen is 

too old to add much to the Royal line in 

way of progeny. Journal of May 13, 1822 

KAULL Charlotte, of John, and George Cox, Jr., 

at Newport. Journal of Sept. 11, 1823 

Frances, of Newport, and David Pitts, of 

Nantucket, by Rev. J. N. Brown, Aug. 20, 1826 

KAUL Anstress J., of Newport, and George 

Sherman, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Oct. 23, 1828 

KAY Moses and Rebecca Hayward, at Brooklyn, 

L. I., Aug. 20, 1826 

KEECH Stephen, of Glocester, and Lucina W. 

Johnson, of Killingly, at Killingly, Jan. 9, 1820 

Joanna, of Seekonk, and Thomas S. Shaw, 

of Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Thomas Kin- 

nicut, Esq., Nov. 3, 1822 

Abby, of Smithfield, and Samuel Wind, of 

District of Maine, by Thomas Mann, Esq., July 25, 1824 
KEACH Miranda, of Glocester, and James H. 

Bugbee, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, June 28, 1825 

Abigail C. and Amos Cheever, both of Val- 
ley P'alls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, April 9, 1826 
KEELEY G. W. and Jane Bailey, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Alden, Aug. 13, 1829 

KEENE William P., formerly of this town, and 

Hannah F. Randolph, of Jersey City, at 

New York. Journal of Feb. 28, 1820 

KEEN Ara and Sarah Irons, both of Pawtucket, 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Jan. i, 1826 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 407 

KEEP Martha, only daughter of Stephen, of 

Longmeadow, Mass., and James Snow, Jr., 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, Jan. 14, 1821 

William J., of Longmeadow, Mass., and 

Maria Tibbitt, of and at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Manchester, Feb. 21, 1822 

KEITH Deborah, of Royal, and Orray Taft, of 

firm of Taft and Sibley, of Savannah, Ga., 

of and at Grafton, Mass. Journal of Sept. 27, 1821 

Lydia and Daniel Perkins, at Middleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Colby. Journal of Sept. 5, 1822 

Cyrus R., of Charleston, S. C, and Merebah 

Russell, eldest daughter of Seth, of and at 

New Bedford. Journal of Sept. 19, 1822 

Levina and Zeppaniah Shaw, Jr., by Rev. 

Mr. Colby, all of and at Attleboro, Jan. 2, 1823 

Abigail and Milton Washburn, of Middle- 
boro. Journal of April 28, 1825 
Abigail, of Middleboro, and Milton Wash- 
burn, at Freetown. Journal of May 5, 1825 
Louisa, of Grafton, and Daniel Kimball, of 

Charleston, S. C, at Grafton. Journal of Oct. 10, 1825 

Ruth W. and William M. Ryan, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, all of and at Pawtucket, Feb. 12, 1826 

Daniel, 3d, and Jemima Wilbour, of Bridge- 
water, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Colby. 

Journal of April 17, 1826 

Caroline Eliza, daughter of Sylvanus, of 

Charleston, S. C, and George W. Coy, of 

Providence, at Bridgewater, Mass., Nov. 9, 1828 

Betsey, of Troy, Mass.. and John H. Arnold, 

of Taunton, at Swanzea, by Mason Barney, 

Esq., June 7, 1829 

KELLER Maria Susan and Frederick Dix. both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Jan. 11 1824 

KELLEY Asa, of Burrillville, and Paulina 

Read, only daughter of Simeon, Jr., Esq., 

of Johnston, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Knight. Journal of Aug. 19, 1822 

Capt. Ebenezer and Sophia P. Balch, only 

daughter of John R., by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 8, 1823 

Mary, of Valley Falls, and Otis M. Inman, of 

Pawtucket, at Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, Feb. 15, 1824 

Abigail E. and Levi Eldredge, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, Feb. 12, 1826 

Mary, of Providence, and Joshua Orne Lewis, 

of Cumberland, at Warren, Nov. i, 1826 

Edwin C. and Maria Thomas, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, at Lyman's F'actory, North 

Providence. Journal of Nov. 23, 1826 



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KELLEY Shubael and Relief Harris, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Ezra and Betsey Jenison, by Rev. Mr. Shurt- 

leff, both of Cranston, at Pavvtuxet, 
Thankful B. and Jeremiah W. Anthony, 

both of Pawtucket, at Dighton, by Israel 

Anthony, Esq., 
Mrs. Patience and Peleg Butts, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
KELLOGG Ebenezer, Professor of Mathematics, 

Williams College, and Susan Coit, at New 

London. Journal of 
KELTON Amey, of Harris, of Johnston, and 

David Atwood, of Scituate, at Johnston. 

Journal of 
Cynthia and James Carpenter, both of Attle- 

boro, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. 

Journal of 
Rev. Amos, of Taunton, and Elsie Chace, of 

Swanzea, by Caleb Chace, Esq., at Welling- 
ton. Journal of 
John J. and Mary McMurray, both of and at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Dana, 
KENDALL Jonathan T. and Jane Prentice, at 

Stoughton. Journal of 
Duane and Rebecca D. Bassett, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Betsey, of Cheever, Esq., of Maine, and 

Caleb Peck, at Cumberland. Journal of 
Annis and Joseph Taylor, both of and at 

Brooklyn, Ct., by Rev. Mr. May, 
Clarke and Rebecca W. Branch, both of and 

at Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, 
Timothy C, of Boston, and Sarah Fenner, of 

Capt. Arthur, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Orra A., daughter of Capt. William, of Wa- 

terville. Me., and Milton Philbrook, Esq., 

at said Waterville. Journal of 
KENDRICK Willard, of Waterloo, N. Y., and 

Philadelphia Aldrich, of Moses, of and at 

Smithfield, by Henry S. Mansfield, Esq. 

Journal of 
Elizabeth, of Liverpool, and F"rancis C. Nick- 

erly, formerly of Newport, at Liverpool, 

Eng. Journal of 
KENNARD Samuel T., of Easton, Md., and 

Amilia H. Sheperd, daughter of late Silas, 

at Taunton. Journal of 



Dec. II, 1826 
Nov. 25, 1827 

Feb. 10, 1828 
July 7, 1828 

June 26, 1826 

March 26, 1821 

Jan. 7, 1822 

Dec. 25, 1823 

Dec. 2, 1827 

May 22, 1823 

May 15, 1825 

Nov. 30, 1826 

Sept. 17, 1827 

Nov. 25, 1827 

April 20, 1823 

May 12, 1828 

Sept. 24, 1 82 1 

July 30, 1827 

March 27, 1826 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



409 



KENNEDY Rev. Algernon S., of Hartford, and 
Hannah B. Durgee, at Harlem, N. Y. 
Journal of 
KENT Capt. Ezra and Lydia Patt, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Sally and Samuel Fiske, both of Johnston, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight. Jour- 
nal of 

Wellington, of Seekonk, and Lydia Robin- 
son, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson. Journal of 

Cynthia and Joseph Hatch, M. D., both of 
and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall. Jour- 
nal of 

Susan E. K. and Benjamm C. Ward, for- 
merly of Newport, at Middleboro, 

Lydia D., of Warren, and Peter D. Greene, 
of Providence, at Warren, 

John A. and Lydia S. Thornton, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
KENYON Dr. S. H. and Mary Hethermgton, 
both of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Charles B., of Hopkinton, and Sally Crandall, 
of Robert, Esq., of Exeter, at Exeter. 
Journal of 

John T. and Sarah S. Wilbour, at Friends 
House, at Hopkinton, and both of that 
town. Journal of 

Eliza and Oliver D. Perkins, both of Ster- 
ling, Conn., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Sanborn, 

Clarrissa, daughter of Greene, of South 
Kingstown, and James H. Mumford, of 
Kingston, at Milltown, Ct., 
KERLY Susan and Samuel D. Baxter, of Graf- 
ton, at Worcester. Journal of 
KERR James and Abby Garzea, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Ray Potter, 
KETCHUM Hiram, Esq., of New York, and 
Nancy Dow, of Rev. Daniel, at Thompson, 
Ct. Journal of 
KEYS Nathaniel, of Shrewsbury, Vt., and Mar- 
tha Ballou, of Richmond, N. H., at Smith- 
field, 
KIDDER Zephaniah, of Pawtuxet, and Mary 

Stearns, of and at Walpole. Journal of 
KILBURN John C. and Hannah Boss, at New- 
bury, Mass. Journal of 



Dec. 7, 1829 
June 17, 1822 

Aug. 19, 1822 

May 19, 1823 

Dec. 25, 1823 
April 18, 1824 
Sept. 28, 1828 
March i, 1829 
Jan. 30, 1823 

April 5, 1824 

May 24, 1824 

Oct. 14, 1828 

Sept. 24, 1829 

March 19, 1829 

Sept. 20, 1 82 1 

Feb. 22, 1827 

July 14, 1822 
Aug. 7, 1823 
Oct. 10, 1825 



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KILLHAM George W., of Salem, Mass., and 
Harriet L. Jerrauld, of Warwick, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 
KIMBALL Ruth B., youngest daughter of Am- 
herst, and Scott C. Armstrong, at Che- 
pachet, by Rev. Mr. Hunt, 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Charles Willoughby, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Rufus Warren and Phebe Williams Mather- 
son, of Capt. Henry, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all 
of and at Providence, 

Daniel, of Charlestown, S. C, and Louisa 
Keith, of and at Grafton. Journal of 

Sarah H. and Alden Johnson, at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Manchester. Journal of 

Leonard W., printer, of Boston, and Phebe S. 
Pillsbury, at Newbury. Journal of 

Mary W., third daughter of Dr. R , of 

Oxford, N. H., and Sherman Briggs, late 
of the Island of Trinidad, at New York, by 
Rev. Mr. Broadbent, 

Charles, Esq., and Mary Ann Oytein, at 
Ipswich. Journal of 
KIMPTON Martin and Olive Hoxsey, eldest 
daughter of Christopher, at Smithfield, by 
Henry S. Mansfield, Esq., Justice, 
KING Eliza, of Col. Miles, and Capt. William 
M. Crane, U. S. N., at Norfolk, Va. Jour- 
nal of 

Samuel Bass, of Boston, and Sarah Leonard 
Crocker, of Hon. Samuel, at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Pipon, 

Rufus and Lydia Johnson, both of Cranston, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Hannah, of Capt. Turner, of Taunton, and 
Cyrus Nelson, of Middleboro, at Taunton, 
by Nathan King, Esq., 

Harriet and Lyman Barney, both of and at 
Cranston. Journal of 

Phebe and George Williams, by Nathan 
King, P2sq., all of and at Taunton, 

Hannah and Pardon Newell, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, 

Joseph C. and Hannah F. Olney, of William 
P., Esq., by Rev. Mr. Tatem, at Provi- 
dence, 

Mary, of Joseph, and Jesse Howard, Esq., by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, all of Cranston, 



Aug. 29, 1827 

Feb. 17, 1822 
July 28, 1823 

Oct. 12, 1824 
Oct. 10, 1825 
April 9, 1829 
July 23, 1829 

Nov. 23, 1829 
Nov. 26, 1829 

March 15, 1823 

Feb. 14, 1820 

Oct. 27, 1820 
Nov. 26, 1820 

Dec. 15, 1821 
April 21, 1823 
Nov. 17, 1823 

March 3, 1824 

April 4, 1825 
April 4, 1825 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 411 

KING Sarah, of Rufus, and Lieut. Robert 

Knight, all of Scituate, at Plainfield, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Fowler. Journal of April 14, 1825 

Capt. Dauphin and Harriet A. Raymond, of 

E , Esq., by Rev. Mr. Clarke, at 

Norton, Oct. 2, 1825 

Rev. Alonzo, of North Yarmouth, and Thy- 

phene Cheney, of Col. William, at New- 
port. Journal of July 30, 1827 
Betsey and Albert G. Tourtellot, at Paw- 
tucket. Journal of April 21, 1828 
Horace and Cynthia P. Stone, of Scituate, 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 27, 1828 

Horace and Cynthia P. Stone, both of and 

at Warwick. Journal of Dec. 8, 1828 

Harriet, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of East 

Greenwich, and Henry Tibbetts, merchant, 

of Providence, at P^ast Greenwich, by Rev. 

Mr. Wood. Journal of Dec. 15, 1828 

Christopher and Mary Hopkins, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 15, 1829 

Obadiah and Eliza Baker, both of and at 

Johnston, by B. M. Manchester, May 31, 1829 

Rev. Jonas and Anna Aspacia Mengus, of 

Smyrna, at Island of Fenos, Greece, by 

Rev. Rufus Anderson, July 23, 1829 

KINGMAN Celia, of Abner, and Ebenezer Par- 
ker, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Williams, Aug. 30, 1822 

Lydia Clarke, of Abner, of Providence, and 

Rev. Handel G. Nott, of Dunstable, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, July 11, 1827 

Eliab, Esq., formerly of Providence, and 

Cordelia Ball Ewell, eldest daughter of Dr. 

James, of and at Washington, D. C, by 

Rev. Dr. McCormick, Dec. 9, 1828 

KINGSBURY Lawson, Itsq., attorney at law, 

and Sophia Whipple, both of Framingham. 

Journal of May 9, 1822 

Rachel, second daughter of Daniel, and Sam- 
uel H. Thompson, of Roxbury, at Walpole. 

Journal of July 23, 1829 

KINSLEY Minerva and Albert Carlile 

Jenckes, at St. I^aul's Church, Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, Jan. 23, 1822 

Salome and Capt. Edward Smith Wilkinson, 

at St. Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, Jan. 2t„ 1822 



412 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KINGSLEY Erastus T., of Boston, and Ber- 

thany C. Trott, of and at Swanzey, by Rev. 

Mr. Slade, Feb. 17, 1822 

Julia Ann and Martin Kingsley, both of and 

at Swansea, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 23, 1826 

Martin and Julia Ann Kingsley, both of and 

at Swansea, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 23, 1826 

Rufus B., of Canton, Mass., and Mrs. Abby 

D. Giff ord, of and at Newport. Journal of Nov. 19, 1827 
Sheperd C. and Elizabeth P. Eddy, youngest 

daughter of Benjamin, 2d, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 7, 1828 
KINGSTON William, aged 70 years, and Mercy 

Johnson, aged 22 years, daughter of 

Stephen, of Charlestown, at Richmond, by 

Thomas Hazard, Esq., Sept. 26, 1825 

KINNICUTT Martha T., 3d daughter of Josiah, 

and Nathaniel Brown, all of and at Bar- 

rington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, April 12, 1821 

George W. and Hannah Drown, both of and 

at Barrington, Jan. 25, 1826 

Sarah H., of late Capt. John, of Providence, 

and Ezra Hubbard, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, July 18, 1827 

Thomas, Jr., attorney at law, and Harriet B. 

Burling, at Worcester, by Rev. Dr. Ban- 
croft. Journal of Oct. 29, 1827 
KNAPP Freeman and Lydia Martin, both of 

Attleboro, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene. Journal of Aug. 19, 1824 

Olive and James Lee, formerly of England, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, at Johnston, Sept. 19, 1824 

Sarah, of Taunton, and Luther Woodward, 

of Providence, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 

Cobb, Oct. 5, 1825 

Eleanor A., of Lynn, and Capt. Benjamin M. 

Lindsey, of Providence, at Lynn, by Rev. 

Mr. Greene, Dec. 2, 1827 

KNEELAND Charles and Joanna Hone, daugh- 
ter of late Phillip I., Esq., at New York, 

by Rev. Mr. Matthews, April 29, 1829 

KNIGHT Celia and Elder Fifield, at Prov- 
idence, March 5, 1820 
Dr. Sylvester and Mrs. Louisa Villiars 

Tucker, daughter of Gen. Thomas West- 

cott, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. 

Journal of June 5, 1820 

Mrs. Rachal and Capt. Caleb Burlingame, 

both of Cranston, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, June 8, 1820 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 413 

KNIGHT Ruth D., of Capt. Richard, of Crans- 
ton, and Benoni Waterman, of Johnston, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 7, 1820 

Christopher, of Cranston, and Lydia Briggs, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tatetn, Jan. 6, 1822 

Joseph W. and Mary H. Westcott, at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, April 13, 1823 

Lieut. Robert and Sarah King, of Rufus, all 
of Scituate, at Plainfield, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 
Prowler. Journal of April 14, 1825 

Mary, of late Reuben, of Coventry, and Rus- 
sell Miller, of Warwick, at Coventry, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Journal of Oct. 27, 1825 

Zilpha, of Angell, of Scituate, and Dr. Har- 
vey Downing, of Lisbon, Ct., at Scituate, Nov. 17, 1825 

Caroline Louisa, of late John, of Maryland, 
and Lieut. Henry Brewerton, U. S. Corps 
of Engineers, at Newport, July 20, 1826 

Cyril and Margaret G. Mumford, both of 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, July 29, 1827 

Erastus and Caroline Hubbard, daughter of 
Samuel, of Pomfret, at Thompson, Ct. 
Journal of Oct. 23, 1828 

Ann A., of Providence, and Benjamin T. 
Whitman, of Smithfield, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Manchester, Nov. 8, 1829 

KNOWLES Jonathan, of Cranston, and Mary E. 
Jenckes, of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Thomas Manchester, Sept. 22, 1822 

Edward P. and Mary Flagg Fry, of late Capt. 
John F., by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at 
Providence, Feb. 4, 1827 

KNOWLTON Erastus F., of Providence, and 
Rhoda Gage, of Aaron, of Monson, Mass., 
at Monson, by E. Whitaker, Esq., May 16, 1820 

John A. and Eliza Wood, by Rev. Mr. Cut- 
ler, all of and at Cumberland, Sept. 11, 1825 
KNOX William and Mary Ann May, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Sept. 14, 1823 



LACE Eliza and Sylvester S. Newman, at War- 
ren. Journal of Jan. 29, 1827 

LACKEY Lucy and Rodney Luther, both of 

Providence. Journal of Oct. 24, 1822 

Janet and George W. Warner, Esq., by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, at Cumberland. Journal of June 12, 1826 



414 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LACOSTE Mary Caroline, only daughter of G 
C. A. Lacoste, Esq., and John S. Munro, 
of Providence, at Charleston, S. C , Dec. 19, 1825 

LACY Ruana and Benjamin Hull, at the Choco- 
late Mills, near Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, Jan. 19, 1823 

LADD John, of East Greenwich, and Hannah 

Reynolds, of Coventry, at Coventry, Oct. i, 1820 

Joseph W., of Warwick, and Abby W. Spen- 
cer, of Capt. Joseph, of and at P2ast Green- 
wich, Feb. 20, 1826 
LADIEU Mary Ann, of Barrington, and Samuel 
Blake, Jr., of Warren, at Swanzea, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, Nov. 25, 1827 
LADUE Prudence, of Barrington, and Henry 
Coomer, of Bristol, at Barrington. Journal 
of Feb. 8, 1 82 1 
LAHAY John and Clarrissa Cady, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Fifield, Feb. 20, 1820 

Isaac and Mahitty Linnett, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 18, 1821 
LAKE George and Nancy Chaffee, both of See- 

konk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct 7, 1821 

Sally, of Seekonk, and Gersham Williams, of 
Welhngton, Mass., at Seekonk, by Allen 
Hunt, Esq., Nov. 17, 1822 

George W. and Ann Freeborn, of Henry, by 

Rev. Mr. Gammell, at Newport, March 17, 1824 

Christopher, of Tiverton, and Sarah Estes, of 

Elisha, of Newport, at Tiverton, March 17, 1825 

Eliza and John Sherman, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of July 25, 1825 

Silas, of Tiverton, and Lydia Manchester, of 

and at Westport. Journal of March 13, 1826 

Jonathan H. and F^lizabeth H. Sherman, 
daughter of late Perry, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of Dec. 4, 1826 

Arnold H. and Elizabeth Ann Burdick, both 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey. 
Journal of Oct. i, 1827 

Capt. Benjamin and Abby Taylor Douglass, 

at Newport. Journal of Jan. 7, 1828 

LAMB Albert, Esq., and Miss Lydia W. Wood- 
ward, formerly of Providence, at Salem, 
Ct. Journal of May 31, 1821 

Frances G., of Nantucket, and John Peck- 
ham, of Providence, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Merritt, Aug. 29, 1822 

Simeon, of Charlton, and Louisa Rice, of and 
at Brookfield, by Rev. Mr. Page, Nov. 26, 1829 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL- MARRIAGES 415 

LAMBERT Lucy, of William, Esq., of Roxbury, 
Mass., and Nathaniel Fellows, of Island of 
Cuba. Journal of Oct. 17, 1825 

LAMSON Caroline M. and James W. Thurber, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Dec. 25, 1826 

LANDERS Edward and Margaret F. Murphy, 

at Newport. Journal of P'eb. 18, 1828 

LANDON Richard C, editor of Farmers Rec- 
ord and Zenia Gazette, and Abarrilla 

Mitchell, daughter of E , of Hartford 

Co., Md., at Columbus, Ohio, by Rev. 

Thomas Brancham. Journal of Dec. 10, 1829 

LANE Lavinia, of Dea. Daniel, of Norton, Mass., 
and James W. Perry, of Lebanon, Ct., at 
Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Journal of Feb. 9, 1826 

Isaiah and Mercy Drown, at Rehoboth. 
Journal of Dec. 17, 1827 

LANG Robert U., senior editor New York 
Gazette, and Mary Carr, eldest daughter of 
Andrew L., Esq., at New York. Journal 
of June 23, 1825 

LANGLEY Nathaniel H. and Harriet B. 
Brownell, of late Sylvester, at Newport. 
Journal of Jan. i, 1824 

Sarah Louisa, of Joshua H., and Roger 
Williams Potter, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1825 

Nathaniel and Phebe Sweet, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 18, 1825 

Sarah and Peleg Sweet, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, at the Albion, " April 8, 1827 
Lee and Harriet Alexander, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 27, 1829 

LANPHP:AR Lucinda, of Westerly, and Arnold 
Crumb, Jr., of Stonington, at New London. 
Journal of Jan. 9, 1826 

LANSDALE James and Betsey F'airbrother, 

both of Providence, Oct. 2, 1828 

LAPHAM Chloe, of Job, and Olney Whipple, 

at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Aug. 18, 1820 

William and Miss Jerusha Rider, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, July 29, 1821 
Oliver and Hannah Sherman, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, at Pawtucket. Journal of Oct. 30, 1826 

Oriel, of Gushen, Ohio, and Mahala Steere, 
of Asel, of Glocester, at Smithfield. Jour- 
nal of May 14, 1827 



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LARCH AR Edwin M., of Providence, and Miss 
Charlotte Pidge, daughter of Benjamin, of 
Dighton, at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee. 
Journal of 

Mary G., of Joseph W., formerly of Provi- 
dence, and Henry S. Meade, at New 
York. Journal of 
LARNED Laura, second daughter of William, 
Esq., and Benjamin P'ranklin Hallett, Esq., 
attorney at law, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, all 
of and at Providence, 

George, Esq., of Providence, and Eliza 
Tweedy Malbone, of late Hon. Francis, of 
and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

Major Benjamin P., U. S. A., and Mrs. Lucy 
F. Watson, daughter of Gen. Nathan 
Willis, at Pittsfield. Journal of 

Frances, daughter of George, Esq., of 
Thompson, Ct., and Hiram Blashfield, of 
Worcester, merchant, at Thompson, by 
Rev. Mr. Dow. Journal of 

Sophia, daughter of late William, and Benja- 
min Clifford, Jr., at Providence, 

Susan M., second daughter of George, Esq., 
and Stephen Crosby, at Thompson, Ct., by 
Rev. Daniel Dow. Journal of 
LASON Abby, 14 years, and Storenburgh 
Wooden, 16 years, 3 mos., at Slato Quar- 
ries, N. Y. Journal of 
LASSELL Marcy and Ansel Brown, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. 
Journal of 
LATH A Eliza, of Charlton, and Rev. James O. 
Barney, of Seekonk, at Charlton, by Rev. 
Mr. Rich, 
LATHAM Smith W. and Celinda Paine, of Will- 
iam, at Sraithfield. Journal of 

Lydia, eldest daughter of Elisha, of Smith- 
field, and George Streeter, of Mendon, at 
Smithfield. Journal of 

Arthur, of Smithfield, and Sarah Paine, of 
Jonathan, of Glocester, at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
LAW George, formerly of Leicester Co., Eng., 
and Sally White, of Joseph, of Uxbridge, 
at Rehoboth, Mass., by Calvin Martin, 
Esq., 



March 5, 1821 
March 5, 1821 

June 25, 1822 

Oct. 9, 1823 

Oct. 30, 1823 

Oct. 23, 1828 
Dec. II, 1828 

March 19, 1829 

March 12, 1821 

Dec. 29, 1823 

May 18, 1825 
April 24, 1820 

May 19, 1823 

Jan. I, 1824 

May 12, 1820 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 417 

LAWRENCE Owen and Mary C. Welsh, of 

Thomas, at Seekonk, Nov. 13, 1821 

William, of St. Johnsbury, Vt., and Huldah 
Mason, of and at Seekonk, by Thomas 
Kinnicutt, Esq., Nov. 17, 1822 

Thomas and Mrs. Susannah Fisher, by Ben- 
jamin Peck, Esq., all of and at Providence, Nov. 23, 1822 

Amey, daughter of John, and George W. 
Walcott, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, May 29, 1823 

Mary, of Taunton, and Leander Dean, of 
Raynham, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Ham- 
ilton, Aug. 21, 1823 

Daniel S., assistant postmaster of Provi- 
dence, and Mary Ann Price, of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Sept. 16, 1823 

Joseph and Abby Ann Martin, eldest daugh- 
ter of late Elthanan, Esq , by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, all of and at Providence, Oct. 30, 1823 

Edward O. and Betsey B. Reynolds, at John- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Aug. 26, 1828 
LAWSON Ira and Miss Amey Remington, at 

Cranston, Aug. 5. 1821 

LAWTON Ruth, of Pawtuxet, and Daniel 
F'enner, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Journal of Jan. 15 and 18, 1821 

Roger Boone, of Charleston, S. C, and Miss 
Phebe A. Cooke, of John, P!sq., at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 9, 1821 

Eliza, of late Samuel, and Benjamin T. 

Cranston, at Newport, Sept. 2, 1821 

George and Martha E. Baker, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, May 15, 1822 

Mary and George W. Allen, both of New- 
port. Journal of Aug. 19, 1822 

Thomas H. and Eliza Tuell, of Benjamin, at 

Newport, Jan. 6, 1823 

Alice, of Newport, and John Van Alstine, of 
New York, by Rev. Mr. Brown, at Provi- 
dence, March 13, 1823 

William H. and P21izabeth C. Allen, by Sea- 
bury Lawton, Esq., of and at Rehoboth, April 16, 1823 

George, 2d, of Seekonk, and Mary Smith, of 
and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson. 
Journal of May 19, 1823 

Ardelia P., of Providence, and John Foster, 

of Bath, Me., by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1823 

Mary, of Portsmouth, and William Smith, of 

South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, March 24, 1824 



418 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LAWTON Sarah, of Adam, of Portsmouth, and 
George Hull, of Brookfield, Ct., at Newport, 

Elisha A. and Sarah C. Lawton, of Isaac, all 
of Portsmouth, at F^riends House, Ports- 
mouth. Journal of 

Sarah C, of Isaac, and Elisha A. Lawton, all 
of Portsmouth, at Friends House, Ports- 
mouth. Journal of 

Lydia, of Seekonk, and Joseph Peirce, of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, 

Timothy and Mehitable Watson, of Edward, 
at Newport, 

Joseph S. and Mrs. Abby G. Earle, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, all of Providence, 

Henry and Eliza Fish, of Joseph, all of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Sarah B., of Exeter, and Dutee J. Hall, of 
North Kingstown, at Exeter, by Rev. Par- 
don Tillinghast, 

George P. and Phebe Barker, at Newport. 
Journal of 

Mary Ann and Reuben T. Cook, at Newport. 
Journal of 

Ruth and Stephen Chace, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of 

Isaac and Mary Ann Freeborn, at Newport, 
Journal of 

Adeline and Joel Blaisdell, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Abraham B., of New London, and Sarah 
Walker, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Benjamin H. and Mary G. Durfee, at New- 
port. Journal of 

Miss and Dr. William Richardson, both 

of Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. 
Eddy, 

Capt. James and Sarah R. Tilley, at New- 
port, 

Joseph and Ruth Stanhope, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Joanna and Joshua Remington, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Moses, of Portsmouth, and Rebecca H. Oxx, 
daughter of Samuel, of and at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Van Vleck, 
LAZELL Nathan, Jr., merchant, of Bridgewater, 
Mass., and Ann Wilkinson, of Abraham, 
P2sq., of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, 



May 20, 1824 

Dec. 9, 1824 

Dec. 9, 1824 

Feb, 2, 1825 

March 27, 1825 

July 30, 1825 

Sept. 22, 1825 

March 15, 1826 

May 29, 1826 

Oct. 2, 1826 

Oct. 16, 1826 

Dec, II, 1826 

Dec. 13, 1826 

Feb. II, 1827 
March 5, 1827 

Sept. 5, 1827 

Oct. 5, 1828 

May 17, 1829 

June 21, 1829 

Oct. 5, 1829 
Oct. 31, 1821 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL -MARRIAGES 419 

LEACH Chloe and Ziba Talbut, both of Kil- 

lingly, by Rev. Mr. Cooper, July 28, 1822 

James and Olive Leonard, at Taunton, Dec. 19, 1822 

Caleb, of Bridgewater, and Elizabeth Lincoln, 

at Taunton. Journal of Jan. 14, 1828 

LEAVENS Rhoda, of Killingly, and Obadiah 
Inman, of Foster. R. I., at Killingly. Jour- 
nal of April 27, 1820 
George and Barbara Pettey, of Prov- 
idence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, Jan. 4, i826 
LEAVETT Jane Maria, of Col. Thaddeus, of 
Suffield, Ct., and Col. Jonathan Hunt, of 
Brattleboro, Vt., at Suffield, . May 23, 1820 
LeBARON James, Esq., and Lydia G. Brown, at 

Warwick, Nov. 10, 1828 

LeCRAW Mary, of Pawtucket, and Joel Read, 
of Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Williams, at 
Attleboro, May 10, 1827 

Abigail H. and Joseph Arnold, both of 
North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Dec. 15, 1828 

LEDOYT Byel, of Shrewsbury, and Sarah 

Cole, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, Sept. 15, 1829 

LEDYARD Eunice, of Warwick, and Alexan- 
der R. Hammett, of Coventry, at Warwick, 
by Elder Littlefield. Journal of March 6, 1820 

LEE Otis and Abigail Northup, of Cumberland, 

at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Jan. 20, 1820 

Mary and William Branch, both of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 13, 1820 
John, Jr., and Deborah Hathaway, at Wel- 

Imgton, Mass., July 7, 1822 

John, Jr., and Deborah Hathaway, at Wel- 
lington, Mass. Journal of July 18, 1822 
Julia, daughter of late William, and David 
Whipple, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Dec. 10, 1823 
James, formerly of England, and Olive 

Knapp, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, at Johnston, Sept. 19, 1824 
Ebenezer and Fanny Francis, at Taunton, Dec. 11, 1825 

Robert P., P]sq. , and Eliza Davis, daughter 
of John W., of Newport, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Stoddard. Journal of Nov. 5, 1827 

John, of Smithfield, and Lydia Lee, of Ux- 

bridge, Nov. 20, 1828 

Lydia, of Uxbridge, and John Lee, of Smith- 
field, Nov. 20, 1828 
Capt. Israel A. and Phebe S. Carpenter, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Dec. 4, 1828 



4W 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAMD 



LEE Ann Matilda, daughter of late Richard Bland 
Lee, Esq., and Dr. Bailey Washington, U. 
S. Navy, at Washington, D. C. Journal 
of Dec. 7, 1829 

LEFAVOR Lucy and William Field, both of 
North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft, May 7, 1821 

LEFAVOUR David, and Mary Ann Baldwin, of 
James, Esq., by the Rev, Mr. Taft, at Paw- 
tucket, Nov. I, 1824 

Thomas and Julia White, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

all of Pawtucket, April 5, 1825 

LEIGH Thomas, M. P., and Turner, only 

daughter of William, of vStrigley Park, 
Cheshire, Eng. This lady whose abduc- 
tion by Wakefield made a great sensation 
a few months ago. Ed. Journal of March 24, 1828 

LELAND Henry C. and Betsey S. Marshall, of 
William B., by Rev. Mr. Tobey, all of and 
at Providence, Aug. 17, 1826 

LEONARD Jonathan and Martha Jepson, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 16, i 821 

Silas and Miss Phebe Walker, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Alvan Cobb, May 13, 1821 

Huldah, of Middleboro, and Jonathan P. Wil- 
liams, of Taunton, at Middleboro. Journal 
of July 9, 1 82 1 

Seth and Charlotte Dean, both of Bridge- 
water, at Middleboro, by Rev. Mr. Colby. 
Journal of Dec. 13, 1821 

Sally, of Taunton, and Thomas D. Saddler, 
of Attleboro, at Taunton, by Rev. Alvan 
Cobb. Journal of Jan. 21, 1822 

William Henry and Elizabeth Allen, all of 

and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, Sept. 16, 1822 

Olive and James Leach, at Taunton, Dec. 19, 1822 

Ann Bradford and William Allen West, by 

Rev. Mr. Hamilton, at Taunton, Sept. 14, 1823 

Timothy, of Middleboro, and Lydia Caswell, 
of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Shaw, Nov. 17, 1823 

Hannah and George L. Mowry, at Taunton. 

Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 

Phebe, of Ichabod, Esq., of Taunton, and 
Rev. Reuben Allen, of Seekonk, at Taun- 
ton, May 5, 1824 

Sally E. and Bildad Barney, of Hallowell, Me., 

at Taunton, June 10, 1824 

Horace and Mary Ann Justin, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 421 

LEONARD Susan and Christian Henry Conrad 

Erpell, a native of Germany, at Middle- 

boro. Journal of Nov. 28, 1825 

Appollas and Nancy Winsor, both of North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct. 15, 1822 

James M. and Clorinda Wood, by Rev. Mr. 

Eaton, at Middleboro. Journal of Nov. 16, 1826 

LEARNED Henry and Clarrissa Gardiner 

Bowers, of Howard, of Scituate, Mass., at 

Boston. Journal of Dec. 18, 1826 

Daniel, of Eall River, and Ann Bennett Ben 

son, daughter of William P. R., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent. Journal of April 12, 1827 
LEONARD Abigail, of Capt. Lemuel, and 

James Allen, at Taunton, June 21, 1827 

Lucinda, of Taunton, and Capt. Lyman Eddy, 

of Norton, at Taunton, July 6, 1827 

Ruth Ann, of late Silas, of Taunton, and 

William P. Rathboue, of Augusta, Ga., at 

Hallowell, Me., by Rev. Mr. Gillett, July 11, 1827 

Henry F., of New York, and Ann Frances 

Burrough, eldest daughter of Robert S., at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 28, 1828 

LeROY Caroline, youngest daughter of Herman, 

Esq., of New York, and Hon. Daniel 

Webster, of Boston, by Rev. Dr. Wain- 

wright, at New York, Dec. 12, 1829 

LERY Jacob, late of North Carolina, and Juliet 

Lopez, of late Aaron, of Newport, at New 

York Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 

LESTER Rebecca, of Plainfield, and Abner G. 

Whipple, formerly of Providence, at 

Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow, March 14, 1821 

LeVALLEY Phebe Ann and Jabez Williams. 

both of Warwick, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, Nov. 24, 1822 

Benjamin and Emeline Burden, of Capt. 

Abner, at Fall River. Journal of Nov. 30, 1826 

Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, of Warwick, 

and Thomas Cruff, Jr., of Coventry, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Stone, July i, 1289 

LEVECK John C., of Providence, and Sarah 

W. Dexter, of Pawtucket, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, April 10, 1825 

LEVERP:TT Rev. William, of Roxbury, Mass., 

and Mary Ann Cole, eldest daughter of 

Cyrus, Esq., dec, of Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, March 29, 1825 

LEVY Adam J., of Philadelphia, and Ann 

Matilda Handy, of Thomas, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 12, 1825 



422 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LEWIS Samuel and Lydia R. West, of Capt. 

Joseph, of and at Providence, at the Metho- 
dist Chapel, by the Rev. Mr. Merritt, 
Philin and Eunice Dunton, by the Rev Mr. 

Wilson, at Providence, 
Matilda V. and Ambrose Clarke, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence, 
Matilda V. and Ambrose Clarke, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence. 

Journal of 
Bowers, of Dighton, and Catharine Thurber, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
John and Lillie Thayer, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, at Valley Falls, 
Lydia, of Dighton, and Benjamin Pidge, of 

Providence, at Dighton. Journal of 
Benjamin and Mary H. Mann, eldest 

daughter of David E., by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

all of and at Providence, 
Mary, of John, of Westerly, and Amos 

Dickens, of and at Stonington, by Rev. 

Mr. Hart. Journal of 
Nancy V., of Cumberland, and Increase 

Sumner, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 
Sarah Ann, of Bristol, and Capt. George W. 

Ling, of Middleboro, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Wight. Journal of 
Joshua Orne, of Cumberland, and Mary 

Kelley, of Providence, at Warren, 
Thomas and Mary Pearson, at Newburyport. 

Journal of 
Alice, of North Kingstown, and Martin 

P^asterbrooks, of Warren, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, 
Levi, of Providence, and Joanna M. Thurber, 

of North Providence, at Olneyville, by 

Rev. Mr. Cheeney, 
Thomas, of Cumberland, and Betsey A. 

Anthony, of Richard, Esq., of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
Mary T., of Providence, and Alexander 

Hilliman, of Boston, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr Wilson, 
Robert G. and Almira A. Armington, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Abraham, of Smithfield, and Maria Sweet, at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
Chace and Nancy C. West, daughter of 

Capt. Joseph, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, 



Oct 27, 1822 
Dec. 28, 1822 
May 18, 1823 

May 29, 1823 

June I, 1823 

June 29, 1823 

Jan. 24, 1824 

Aug, 15, 1824 

Feb. 20. 1826 
May 2, 1826 

Oct. 9, 1826 
Nov. I, 1826 
May 7, 1827 

Aug. 19, 1827 

Sept. 30, 1827 

March 18, 1828 

Nov. 2, 1828 

Jan. I, 1829 

March 2, 1829 

June 25, 1829 



Oct. 


12, 


1829 


Oct. 


14, 


1821 


Nov. 


29. 


1821 


A^pril 


M, 


1823 


Jar 


1. I, 


1824 


Jan. 


22, 


1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 423 

LEWIS Gabriel E., of Savannah, Ga., and Sarah 

M. Nourse, of and at Boston. Journal of Nov. 2, 1829 

LIBBY Daniel, 80 years, and Mrs. Sarah Plum- 

mer, aged 76 years, after a courtship of 

one hour and twenty-two minutes, at 

Scarboro, Me. Journal of Dec. 9, 1822 

LIEBON Ur. Francis, of Bo.ston, and Matilda 

Oppenheimer. of London, at New York. 

Journal of 
LINCOLN Ann and James Woodward, at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, 
Lydia and Daniel Pettingill, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Horatio and Lucinda Fields, of Capt. 

Nathaniel, at Taunton. Journal of 
Bela, of North Providence, and Lydia Scott 

Bucklin, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, 
Deborah and Peter Walker, by Rev. Mr. 

Cobb, all of and at Taunton, 
Hannah, of Elijah, of Taunton, and Lyman 

FZddy, of Norton, at Taunton, by Ichabod 

Leonard, Esq., ' Feb. 5, 1824 

Lydia P., of Norton, and Herbert Skinner, of 

Mansfield, at Friends' House, Taunton. 

Journal of 
Miss and Abijah Woodward, at 

Taunton. Journal of 
Nicholas H. and Abigail Baker, of Walker 

Baker, at Taunton. Journal of 
George M. and Polly Willis, by Nathaniel 

Brittain, P2sq., at Taunton, 
Fanny M. and Joseph Wilbour, at Taunton. 

Journal of 
Leonard C. and Phebe F. Carpenter, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Elizabeth and Caleb Leach, of Bridgewater, 

at Taunton. Journal of 
Charles, formerly of New Bedford, and Mrs. 

Sarah Drover, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Seamans, July 7, 1828 

Jonathan T., of Smithfield, and Mary Cooke, 

of North Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 29, 1828 

Hannah, daughter of Luther, of Norton, 

Mass., and Brayton Slade, of P'all River, 

at Taunton, at Friends' Meeting House, May 7, 1829 

Daniel and Lucinda Redding, both of and at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, June 14, 1829 



Sept.30, 


1S24 


June 2, 


1825 


July 14, 


1825 


May 13, 


1827 


Aug. 13, 


1827 


Nov. 27, 


1827 


Jan. 14, 


1828 



Aug. 21, 


1821 


Dec. 5, 


1822 


Oct. i8, 


1821 


Feb. 16, 


1824 


June 17, 


1824 



1827 



424 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LINDLEY Joab, of Walpole, Mass., and Miss 
Nancy Bent, of Middleboro, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

George, of Burrillville, and Pamela Morse, of 

Douglass, 

LINDSEY Mrs. Mary, of St. Augustine, 

r^lorida, and Capt. Samuel B. Martm, of 

Providence, at St. Augustine. Journal of 

Joseph and Martha Harding, both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Merritt. Journal of 

Elizabeth M. and John Lye, both of and at 
Lynn, Mass. Journal of 

Warner, Esq., of Lynn, Mass., and Sarah 
Ann Voorhees, of New York, at New 
York, by Rev. Mr. Dubois, May 22 

Capt. Benjamin M., of Providence, and Elea- 
nor A. Knapp, of and at Lynn, by Rev. 
Mr. Greene, 

Mrs. Hannah and Joseph Sparks, at Bristol. 
Journal of 

Mary and John J. Davis, both of and at Bris- 
tol, 
LING Philip and Susan Simmons, at Tiverton. 
Journal of 

Capt. George W. , of Middleboro, and Sarah 
Ann Lewis, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight. Journal of 
LINKFIELD Benjamin and Maria Robmson, 
daughter of Capt. George, of Fawtucket, at 
Richmond, 
LINNELL Ruth and Philip Haswell, both of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, at Provi- 
dence, 

Harriet and William Fisher, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, all of and at Providence, 
LINN PITT Mahitty and Isaac Lakay, both of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
LINSENBIGLEN Miss EHzabeth, aged 17 years, 
and William Eckert, aged 75 years, at Phil- 
adelphia. Journal of June 8 
LIPPITT Mary, of Killingly,and Samuel Greene, 
of Coventry, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Dana, Sept. 3 

Celia, of John, and Elisha Tingley, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, March 4 

Cornelia Augusta, youngest daughter of 
Charles, Esq., of Providence, and George 
Andrews, of Cheruw, S. C, at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. i, 1822 



Dec. 2, 


1827 


Nov. 17, 


1828 


July 19, 


1829 


Oct. 20, 


1823 


Oct. 9, 


1826 


May 21, 


1824 


Aug. 9, 


1826 


Dec. 24, 


1826 


Nov. 18, 


1821 



1826 

1820 
1822 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 425 

LIPPITT Samuel C, formerly of Providence, and 
Mary Ann Macarthy, daughter of Roger, 
Esq., of and at Clinton, Jones Co., Ga., Jan. 15, 1824 

Hannah H., of Moses, of Killingly, and Dan- 
iel P. Arnold, of Ashford, Ct., at Killingly, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Fowler, March 25, 1824 

William H., formerly of Providence, and 
Maiy H. Barnard, of and at Wilmington, 
N. C. Journal of F"eb. 13, 1826 

Thomas and Waite Arnold, both of and at 

Warwick, by Christopher Spencer, Esq., July 6, 1827 

LISCOMB Samuels., of Fall River, and Han- 
nah S. Wilkey, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Oct. 12, 1824 
Joseph and Abigail L. Waldren, of Ambrose, 

at Bristol, Sept. 4, 1826 

LISTER Benjamin and Jane Gillmore, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 8, 1827 

LITTLE Lucy, of Little Compton, and Abra- 
ham Brown, of Middletown, at Little Comp- 
ton, Jan. 16, 1821 
Joshua, Jr., of Belleville, Mass., and Anne 
Tappan, of William, of said Belleville. 
This is the fifth child of Mr. Tappan's (two 
sons and three daughters) that have mar- 
ried this year, at Newburyport, Nov. 19, 1821 
William, Jr., Esq., of Boston, and Sophia L. 

Robbins, of Asher, of and at Newport, June 13, 1824 

Jane, of Cheapside, N. J., and William A. 
Stiles, of New York, at Cheapside, by Rev. 
Mr. Condit, Oct. 28, 1829 

LITTLEJOHN Dr. S. H., U. S. Army, and Miss 
E. M. Harrison, at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. 
Journal of April 5, 1821 

LITTLEPTELD Harriet, of Solomon, and Giles 
G. Sprague, both of New Shoreham. Jour- 
nal of May 8, 1823 
William, Esq., of Tennessee, and Martha 
Fowler, of Christopher, of Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825 
Caroline, of Bristol, and Leroy Jones, of 

Swanzey. Journal of May i, 1826 

LIVINGSTONE James, of Saratoga, and Mrs. 
Harriet Hopkins, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Kent, . April 23, 1828 

LOCKRAINE Clarrissa and James Allman, 

both of and at Newport, Dec. 4, 1828 

LOCKWOOD Mary Ann and Joseph Phillips, 
both of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, June 10, 1827 



426 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LOCK WOOD Mary, of Benoni, Esq., and 
Edward Dana both of and at I'rovidence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 5, 1827 

Sarah, daughter of Benoni, Esq., and Dr. 
Samuel B. Tobey, both of and at Provi- 
dence, at Friends' Meeting House, Nov. 13, 1828 
Robinson and Amey Young, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Sept. 7, 1829 

LOGAN Mary A., of Providence, and Robert 
Wilson, of New York, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 5, 1827 

LOGEE Olney, of Burrillville, and Mary S. Mar- 
tin, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May- 13, 1829 
Olney, of Burrillville, and Mary S. Martin, of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 13, 1829 

LONG Eunice and James Eldredge, at Paw- 
tucket. Journal of April 21, 1821 
LONGLEY John B., and Martha C. Townsend, 

both of Newport, at Newport. Journal of June 5, 1820 

Samuel and Lydia A. Fiske, of Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Seamans, April 25, 1828 

Eliza, daughter of Lee, of Providence, and 
Stephen Carr, publisher of Southbridge 
Moralist, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, May II, 1828 
LOOMER Lucy, of New York, and Thomas 
Hurlbert, merchant, of South Lee, Mass., 
at New York, by Rev. Mr. Ware, Dec. 10, 1829 
LOPEZ Juliet, of late Aaron, of Newport, and 
Jacob Lery, late of North Carolina, at New 
York. Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 
LORD Levi, of North Providence, and Judith 
Maxwell, of and at Providence, by William 
B. Martin, Esq., Dec. 5, 1822 
Henry and Mrs. Abby H. Greene, both of 
Providence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, June 18, 1823 
James and Olive French, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, July 4, 1823 

Jesse and Mrs. Lydia Sweelland, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, Dec. 18, 1825 

Harriet, of Norwich, and Isaac Rogers, at 

Hartford. Journal of Jan. 23, 1826 

LOTHROP Mary, second daughter of Hon. 
Samuel, and Rev. William B. Sprague, at 
West Springfield, Mass. Journal of Aug. 12, 1824 

Zebadiah and Eliza Earle, 2d daughter of 
Hon. Caleb, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of Prov- 
idence, Feb. I, 1825 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



427 



LOTHROP Henry W. and Louisa Thornton, of 
Gideon, by Rev. Mr. Edes, at Providence, 
Cornelia Sophia, daughter of late Daniel, and 
George G. Willis, of New York, at Nor- 
wich, Ct., by Rev. Dr. Strong, 
Sarah Ann and John Whipple, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Joseph, of Exeter, R. I., and Anne Douglass, 
of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

LOTT Allen O. and Nancy E. Place, at Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 

LOVE Mrs. Lucy, of Providence, and Capt. 
James Wells, of Hopkinton, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Charles, Jr., and Mary Tripp, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

LOVELL Lavina and Rufus Sprague, both of 
and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 

LOVEJOY Louisa, of Concord, Mass., and Rich- 
ard Graycroft, of Philadelphia, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

LOVIE William and Martha Bigley, of Capt. 
John, at Newport, 

LOVERING Joseph, Esq., and Mary Langdon 
Wales, at Boston. Journal of 

LOW Phebe Ann, of Capt. Samuel, and William 

U. Arnold, at Warwick. Journal of 

Charlotte, of Charles, Esq., and Thomas H. 

Stafford, all of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Parke, 

Martha N. and William Babcock, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, all of and at Providence, 
Samuel, Jr., and Maria A. Hines, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

LOWERING Nathaniel P. and Mary L. Clapp, 
daughter of W. W., editor of the Evening 
Gazette, at Boston, 

LUDLOW Rev. Peter and Sarah S. Gano, of 
Rev. Stephen, at Providence, 

LUNSON John U., of New York, and Elizabeth 
E. Sanford, of late Ellery, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Bishop Griswold. Journal of 

LUTHER Mary and Robert Woodward, both of 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 
Joseph P. and Harriet B. Westcott, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Capt. Joseph G. and Miss Tamer Luther, 
daughter of James, all of and at Swanzey, 
by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 



Aug. 9, 1827 

March 18, 1828 

May II, 1829 

Nov. 29, 1229 

Nov. 2, 1828 

Dec. 10, 1820 

Sept. II, 1828 

F'eb. I, 1829 

April 22, 1827 

May 19, 1828 

Oct. 15, 1829 

March 13, 1820 

Oct. 15, 1822 

Oct. 8, 1826 

Nov. 16, 1828 

Oct. 2, 1829 
Nov. 22, 1824 

March 5, 1827 

Dec. 10, 1820 
Dec. 17, 1820 

March 25, 1821 



428 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LUTHER Tamer, of James, and Capt. Joseph 

G. Luther, all of and at Swanzey, by Rev. 

Mr. Taylor, 
Lydia, of Swanzey, and Ebenezer Grant, of 

Barrington, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Wright. Journal of 
Henry and Fanny Thurston, at Pavvtucket, 

by Rev. Ray Potter, 
John B. and Lydia Luther, of James, Esq., 

all of and at Swanzey, 
Lydia, of James, Esq., and John B. Luther, 

all of anr" -^it Swanzey, 
Wheaton, Jr., of Swanzey, and Mary Hood, 

of Capt. John, of and at Somerset, by 

Elisha Slade, PZsq., 
Jeremiah C. and Mary T. Wheeler, both of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. 

Journal of 
Nancy, of Warren, and Morse Gardiner, of 

Somerset, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
John and Sophia P. Searle, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Merrett, 
Phebe and Noah Chace, at Somerset, by 

Rev. Benjamin Taylor, 
Caleb S. and Abby Saunders, of John, all of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Rodney and Lucy Lackney, both of Provi- 
dence. Journal of 
Fanny, of Job, and Samuel Hicks, at Swan- 
zey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 
Slade and Maria K. Tibbetts, at Boston. 

Journal of 
Sarah, of James, Esq., and Samuel Brown, 

at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor. Journal 

of 
Edward and Mary Ann Tefft, both of and at 

Providence, 
Amey Cole, of Martin, and Joseph Easter- 
brooks, of Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

all of and at Warren, 
Tamor H, and Capt. Sylvester Eddy, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, all of and at Warren, 
Abby, of Samuel, of Swanzey, and James 

Richards, of Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. 

Mr. Taylor, 
Israel and Miss A Wilbour, both of 

Taunton, at New Bedford. Journal of 
Betsey E. and Joseph Boyd, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, 
Elisha C. and Ann K. Robinson, by Rev. 

Mr. Tobey, at Providence, 



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« 

LUTHER Joanna and Stephen Thurber, at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Sept. 5, 1824 

Charles and Eliza Ann Mason, of Stephen, 

Esq., by Rev. Mr. Webb, at Warren, Oct. 30, 1825 

Lloyd and Rebecca B. Munro, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Nov. 8, 1825 

Henry and Abby Hicks, at Svvanzey Jour- 
nal of Feb. 23, 1826 
Sally Eliza, only daughter of Col. Giles, and 

Timothy Coggeshall, Esq., all of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Aug. 21, 1826 

Eliza, of Warren, and George W. Bowen, of 

Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, at Provi- 
dence, Dec. 10, 1826 
Mary Ann, of Bristol, and James Walford, of 

Providence, at Bristol, Jan. 29, 1827 

Joseph and Clarrissa Hayward, both of Bel- 

lingham, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Bene- I 

diet, Feb. 20, 1827 

Joseph, of Warren, and P"idelia Esther Niles, 

of Providence, April i, 1827 

Capt. Salisbury, of Warren, and Betsey 

Eddy, of P'all River, at Swansea, by Rev. 

Mr. Taylor, Oct. 11, 1827 

Martha T., of late Joseph, of Somerset, and 

Benjamin Buffington, of Svvanzea, at Som- 
erset. Journal of Oct. 18, 1827 
Harley, of Scituate, and Abby Bowen, of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 21, 1828 

James and Ardelia Wheaton, daughter of late 

James, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, July 6, 1828 

James and Sarah Ann Sprague, both of and 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Feb. 25, 1829 

Job and Caroline Ormsbee, daughter of late 

Elijah, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Phillips, Oct. 15, 1829 

LYE John and Elizabeth M. Lindsey, both of 

and at Lynn, Mass. Journal of June 17, 1824 

LYMAN Anne, of Sylvester L., Esq., formerly 

of Northampton, and Dr. Charles H. 

Picket, formerly of New York City, at 

Evansville, O. Journal of Feb. 24, 1820 

Norman, of Hartford, Ct., and Elizabeth 

Walker, of Providence, Dec. 27, 1824 

Louisa, of Hon. Daniel, and Dr. George H. 

Tillinghast,* of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, at North Providence, Oct. 11, 1825 

Elizabeth, of Levi, Esq., and George A. 

Clarke, at Northampton, July 11, 1826 



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LYMAN Julia Maria, of Hon. Daniel, and John 
H. Easton, by Rev. Mr. Edes, at North 
Providence, Sept. i8, 1826 

Margaret, of Hon. Daniel, of North Provi- . 
dence, and Samuel Arnold, of Providence, 
at North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 5, 1827 

H. B. and Caroline Dyer, daughter of Elisha, 
Esq., both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, March 2, 1829 

LYNDE Rev. Samuel W., of Bordentovvn, N. J., 
Baptist minister, and Leonora Stoughton, 
eldest daughter of Rev. Dr. William, Pres- 
ident Columbian College, D. C, at Phila- 
delphia, by Rev. Luther Rice, Aug. 9, 1823 

Bela S., of New York, and Eliza A. Corey, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 6, 1828 

B. S., Esq., of New York, merchant, and 

I Eliza Newton Cory, only daughter of Capt. 

Caleb, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 6, 1828 

LYON Daniel, formerly of Providence, and 

Eliza Gilbert, of and at Norfolk, Va., Jan. 3, 1822 

James, of Newport, and Sarah Poole, of and 

at Tisbury. Journal of Oct. 28, 1822 

Jasper, of Woodstock, and Phebe Ann Staf- 
ford, of and at Warwick, June 5, 1823 

Nancy and Thomas Blanding, at Attleboro, July 15, 1823 

P21izabeth, of late William, of Newport, and 

John S. Weeden, of Bristol. Journal of Oct. 16, 1823 

Luther and Mrs. Fanny Dean, JDy Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of and at Providence, May 30, 1824 

Lucy, of Providence, and Thomas Jefferson 
Arnold, of Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, ^ Oct. 9, [825 

Edward S., of Newport, and Eliza Gibbs, of 

John, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Nov. 21, 1826 

Sarah and Timothy Hancock, at Pawtucket. 

Journal of April 21, 1828 

Polly and William C. Wilcox, at Southbridge, June 14, 1828 

Rebecca and Bartlett Morton, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, at Providence, Oct. 8, 1828 

William and Sarah Ann Peckham, at New- 
port. Journal of March 16, 1829 

M 



MACARTHY Mary Ann, daughter of Roger, 
Esq., of Clinton, Jones Co., Ga., and Sam- 
uel C. Lippitt, formerly of Providence, at 
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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 431 

MACKINTIRP: Lonnda, of Simeon, of Gloces- 

ter, and Col. John Gray, formerly of South- 
bridge, Mass., at Glocester, May 13, 1821 
MACOMB Major General , U. S. Army, 

and Mrs. Harriet B. Wilson, daughter of 

Rev. Dr. Welsh, at Georgetown, U. C. 

Journal of June 8, 1826 

Catherine, of Major-General Macomb, and 

John Mason, Jr., Secretary of Legation to 

Mexico, at Georgetown, D. C, April 5, 1827 

MACOMBER Lydia, of Lemuel, Esq., and Capt. 

Elisha Wilmarth, at Rehoboth, by Geo. W. 

Peck, Esq, Dec. 25, 1825 

Frederick and Ruth Gage, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, all of and at Pawtucket. Journal 

of Jan. 18, 1827 

Hannah, formerly of Providence, and Capt. 

James Howard, at Charleston, S. C, Feb. 14, 1827 

Gilbert and Maria Brigham, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 11, 1827 

Lucelta' and Philip Mason, at Taunton. 

Journal of Jan. 14, 1828 

Isaac, of P'all River, and Mercy Hill, daugh- 
ter of late Jonathan, of and at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Stoddard, May 24, 1829 

MACY Lydia, at New Bedford, and John S. 

Russell, Esq., attorney at law. Journal of April 17, 1826 
MADDIN Eliza, 14 years, and Horatio Gray, 19 

years, at Belfast, Me. Journal of April 18, 1822 

MADISON Deborah and Samuel Farris, both of 

Valley Falls, Smithfield side, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Dec. 11, 1823 

MAFFETT Horace and Phebe Merriam, at Ox- 
ford. Journal of March 27, 1826 
MAINE Emeline S. and P^dward M. Blanding, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of Providence. 

Journal of Jan. 27, 1825 

MAGEE Capt. William and Nancy D. Carlile, 

youngest daughter of Col. John, all of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 1821 

MAGOWIN Edward and Mrs, Mary G. Wim- 

mon, of Providence, by the Rev. Mr. Lud- 
low. July 31, 1828 

MAGUIRE Sarah Ann, late of North Kings- 
town, and Nathan Hill, Jr., at Wickford. 
Journal of Nov. 27, 1823 

George and Mary Prentice, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 8, 1824 



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MAKEPEACE Perns N., of Saugus, Mass., and 
James Burrell 2d, of Providence, at Sau- 
gus, by Rev. Mr. Hedding, June 16, 1822 

MALBONE Eliza Tweedy, of late Hon. Francis, 
of Newport, and George Earned, Esq., of 
Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, Oct. 9, 1823 

MALCOLM Mary Ann and William House, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, May 13, 1827 

MALI BRAN Eugene, Esq., and Marie Felicite 
Garcia, of the Italian Opera Co., at New 
York. Journal of March 30, 1826 

MALLETT Edward J., of Fayetteville, N. C, 
and Sarah Fenner, of Hon. James, at 
Providence, Sept. 11, 1820 

Joseph and Mary Ann G. Carpenter, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 23, 1828 

MALOY Lucy J. and Eldredge Northup, at 
North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup. 
Journal of Aug. 25, 1828 

MANCHESTER Marcy, of Thomas, of Middle- 
town, and Benjamin Brown, of Portsmouth, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Journal of March 27, 1820 
Robert, of Bristol, and Hannah Martin, of 
Rehoboth, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Luther. Journal of June 19, 1820 

Job and Rebecca Arnold, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Manchester, Sept. 6, 1820 

Capt. Stephen, of Coventry, and Ruth Rem- 
ington, of Cranston, at Cranston, Oct. 8, 1820 
Roby and Chiistopher Gifford, after a court- 
ship of 13 years, married by Ephraim Gif- 
ford, Esq., at Little Compton, April 11, 1821 
Eliza and George Slocum, at Tiverton, Aug. 5, 182 1 
Israel G., Esq., and Mrs. Harriet K. Fiske, 
second daughter of late Col. Stephen Shel- 
don, at Scituate, by Rev. Charles Stone, Dec. 9, 182 1 
Eliza, of late Samuel, of Middletown, and 
Peleg Albro, of Portsmouth, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Eddy, March 17, 1822 
F'anny and William Reynolds, Jr., at Bristol. 

Journal of Nov. 4, 1822 

Eliza, of Little Compton, and William A. 
Collins, of New Bedford, at Little Comp- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham, Dec. 31, 1822 
Almira, of Capt. James, and Abraham Brown, 
at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Colman. Jour- 
nal of Jan. 6, 1823 
Amey and William T. Smith, both of Provi- 
dence. Journal of March 10, 1823 



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MANCHESTER Maria, of West Greenwich, 
and Leonard Bolles, of Cranston, at West 
Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, June 15, 1823 

Abby Knight, youngest daughter of Col. 
Israel, and Carver Hopkins, at Scituatc, by 
Rev. Charles Stone, Sept. 30, 1823 

William, of Dighton, and Catharine W. 
Chace, of John, of and at Swanzey, by Rev. 
Mr. Hazelton, May 2, 1824 

Elnathan and Mrs. Sarah B. Sterne, daugh- 
ter of late Capt William H. Baker, Dec. 23, 1824 

Julia Ann, and Capt. Lowry Aborn, Jr., by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of Providence, Oct. 19, 1825 

Catharine L., of Gideon, and William B. Mer- 
rill, both of Warwick, at Centreville. Jour- 
nal of ' Oct. 31, 1825 

Saloma Ann and Ebenezer Young Bassett, 

at Pawtucket, March 9, 1826 

Lydia, of Westport, and Silas Lake, of Tiver- 
ton, at Westport. Journal of March 13, 1826 

Susan, of Newport, and Job Almy, of Ports- 
mouth. Journal of April 2, 1827 

Marbury and. George Barker, at Middletown, 

by Rev. Mr. Eddy, April 8, 1827 

Eliza and George Sharp, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Seamans, July 25, 1827 

Jacob and Caroline Pettey, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 3, 1827 

Cyrus Butler and Abby C. Mathewson, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Henry, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 17, 1827 

Albert H. and Maria F. Mathewson, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Henry, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 18. 1827 

Barton and Betsey Rounds, of Oliver, of and 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 25, 1827 

Andeline, of Fall River, and Capt. Nathaniel 

S. Mauran, of Providence, at Fall River, April 2, 1828 

Mary Ann C. and John C. Borden, at Fall 

River, by Rev. Mr. Smith, May 4, 1828 

John, Jr., and Sarah A. Peabodie, both of 

Providence, at Bristol, Nov. 23, 1828 

Eliza, of Adamsville, and Philip Manchester, 

of Tiverton, at Adamsville. Journal of Jan. 29, 1829 

Philip, of Tiverton, and Eliza Manchester, of 

and at Adamsville. Journal of Jan. 29, 1829 

MANN Sarah, of Samuel, Esq., and Nathan 

Mowry, at Smithfield, Dec. 30, 1819 

Capt Barnabas and Roxalyn Pulsipher, both 
of Waltham, Mass., at Providence, by Abel 
Allen, Esq., Nov. 21, 1822 



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MANN Mary H., eldest daughter of David E., '* 

and Benjamin Lewis, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 

all of and at Providence, Aug. 15, 1824 

Daniel, of Woonsocket, and Phebe Harris, 

at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq , Aug. 3, 1826 

William H. and Sarah S. Flagg, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, all of and at Providence, April 23, 1827 

Anna Scott, of Newport, and Lieut. Thomas 

Skinner Brown, U. S. Corps of Engineers, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. \Vheaton, April 21,1 829 

MANNERS Caroline Frances, of George, Esq., 

British Consul for Massachusetts, and 

Henry Perkins Andrews, Esq., of Boston, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. 

Journal of May 29, 1823 

MANNING Capt.- Henry and Eunice Devotion, 

at Scotland, Ct. Journal of Dec. 11, 1823 

John and Delia Ward, at Worcester, Dec. 14, 1825 

MANTON Dorcas and Peter Schaach, Jr., Esq., 

at Kinderhook. N. Y. Journal of Aug. 14, 1820 

Mary and John S. Mowry, at Glocester, by 

Edmund VValdon, Esq., May 13, 1821 

Salma, of Johnston, and Anstress P. Dyer, 

4th daughter of Dr. Benjamin, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 11, 1822 

Maria, of Col. Edward, of Johnston, and Dr. 

Stephen Harris, of Warwick, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Oct. 13, 1822 

William J., of Johnston, and F'reelove C. 

Jencks, of Capt. John, of and at Smithfield, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 14, 1822 

Elisha, of Augusta, Ga., and Louisa Pope, of 

Dr. John, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Sept. 5, 1823 
Mary Ann, of Col-. Jeremiah, and Amory 

Chapin, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 15, 1823 

Sophia, of Daniel, of Johnston, and Rev. In- 
dependence Whipple, of Uxbridge, at 

Johnston, by Rev. Elisha Sprague, Jan. 25, 1824 

Col. Henry and Mary J. Dunn, of late Capt. 

Bernon, of Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 13, 1827 

MANUEL Anthony and Ann Simmons, daugh- 
ter of Edward, Esq., at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Gammell, Nov. i, 1825 

MARBLE Emeline and Luther Bassett, at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Elton, May 8, 1820 
John M., of Somerset, Mass., and Mary 

Teel, of Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano. Journal of July 20, 1820 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 435 

MARBLE Rebecca, of Newport, and Samuel 

Wheaton, of Warren, at Warren. Journal 

of Dec. 12, 1822 

Mary B., daughter of Benjamin, and John 

Kalew, of Jamaica, at Newport. Journal 

of Aug. II, 1828 

George R. and Ann C. Greene, both of Prov- 
idence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, June 14, 1829 
MARCHANT Henry, cashier of the Manufac- 
turers Bank, and Nancy W^ilkinson, of 

Isaac, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 31, 1821 
Amelia and Alexander H. Burton, by Rev. 

Mr. Greene, at Pawtucket, Sept. i, 1823 

Minerva, of Pav/tucket, and Thomas Baxter, 

of and at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 

Esq., Nov. 6, 1828 

MARSH Joseph W. and Miss Lydia W. Daven- 
port, 9th daughter of Charles, all of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Dunn, April 8, 1821 

George, of Seekonk, and Miss Susan Hull, 

of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Gano, June 10, 1821 

Benjamin, Jr., and Catharine Castoff, both of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, Sept. 30, 1821 

Mary and Philip B. Stiness, at Slatersville. 

Journal of July 18, 1825 

Elizabeth W., of John, and James Atkinson, 

Esq , senior editor of the Rhode Island 

Republican, at Newport, April 6, 1826 

Emeline, of Cranston, and Samuel Harring- 
ton, of East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

at Cranston, May 5, 1827 

William H., of Newport, and Anne Eliza 

Bushee, eldest daughter of Luther, of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, July 5, 1827 

Ebenezer E., of Providence, and Mary L. 

White, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy, March 22, 1829 

MARSHALL Sarah E., of Norwich, and Oliver 

R. Northup, of North Kingstown, at Nor- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Strong. Journal of Jan. 31, 1820 
Mary Ann and Danforth Newcomb, all of 

and at Bristol, Feb. 4, 1822 

Lovey and Benjamin Mowry, both of and at 

Warwick, April 4, 1822, and Journal of April 8, 1822 

Susan and Henry G. Davis, both of Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. VVilson. Journal of Oct. 27, 1823 

Ann and Ephraim Cobleigh, at Newport. 

Journal of April 26, 1824 



436 VITAL RECORD, OF RHODE ISLAND 

MARSHALL Betsey S., of William B., and 
Henry C. Leland, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, all 
of and at Providence, Aug. 17, 1826 

William, of Providence, and Betsey Fisher, 

of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, May 30, 1828 

Martha D.., of Providence, and George W. 
Allen, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
\x Mr. Waterman, Sept. 28, 1828 

Mary A. and Stephen Brownell, both of and 

at Providence, Aug. 5, 1829 

MARTERS John, of Marblehead, and Mrs. Han- 
nah Neal, of Providence, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 8, 1821 

MARTIN John, of Woodstock, Ct., and Mrs. 
Lucy Brown, of Providence, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sampson, and Rebecca C. Collyer, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Hannah, of Rehoboth, and Robert Manches- 
ter, of Bristol, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Luther. Journal of 

Mary and Thomas Swan, at Lynn, 

Alice Ann, of Joseph, and Jacob B. Thurber, 
at Providence, by Rev. I3r. Gano, 

Jonathan and Nancy Claflin, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Pawtucket. by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, 

Ann P^liza and Pardon Miller, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Angenet, of Smithfield, and Joseph Swazey, 
of Sutton, at Uxbridge. Journal of 

Amey, of Joseph, Esq., and Samuel Dexter, 
Esq., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at 
Providence, Sept. 10, 1821 

Capt. Samuel B., of Providence, and Mrs. 
Mary Lindsay, of and at St. Augustine, 
Fla. Journal of Oct. 18, 1821 

Angelina and Daniel C. Anthony, of Welling- 
ton, Mass., at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Tay- 
lor. Journal of Dec. 10, 1821 

Margaret, of Elizabeth City, N. C., and Wil- 
liam Moore, of Newport, at Elizabeth City, 
N. C, May 5, 1822 

Josiah Humphrey and Hannah Snow, of John, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Jan. 8, 1823 

David, of Cheraw, S. C, and Caroline Hill 
Wilcox, of Leonard, by Rev. Mr. Gano, at 
Providence, Aug. 13, 1823 



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MARTIN Abby Ann, eldest daughter of late 

IClthanan, Esq., and Josej3h Lawrence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at Providence, Oct. 30, 1823 

Philip W. and Mary Temple, of James, by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, all of and at Providence, May 26, 1824 
Lydia and Freeman Knapp, both of Attle- 

boro, at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. 

Journal of Aug. 19, 1824 

Calvin, Esq., of Seekonk, and Rachal R. 

Smith, of and at Rehoboth, Sept. 16, 1824 

John, Jr.. and Parmelia l^osworth, both of 

Warren. Journal of Oct. 14, 1S24 

Elhanan and Sarah O. J^rovvn, eldest daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., all of Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, April 5, 1825 

Edward and Sybel Haskins, at Taunton. 

Journal of April 28, 1825 

Sarah F., of Capt. Silas, of Pembroke, Mass., 
• and Capt. VVilliam C. Barstow, of New 

York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 4, 1825 

Edward and Sybel Haskins. Journal of May 5, 1825 

Calvin P. and Candace Wade, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft, at Pawtucket, Sept. 18, 1825 

Rachal, of Attleboro, and Scott Smith, of 

Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Fqv- 

guson. Journal of May i, 1826 

Josiah, of Barrington, and Charlotte Davis. 

of Rehoboth, at Seekonk. Journal of June 12, 1826 

Josiah, of Barrington, and Charlotte Davis, 

of Rehoboth, at Seekonk. Journal of June 19, 1826 

Huldah, of Capt. Stephen, and Galen Nich- 
ols, of Rehoboth, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 

Taylor Journal of April 9, 1827 

Capt. John, of Harrington, and Hannah 

Blake, of Samuel, of l-5ristol. at Warren, 

by Rev, Mr. Rexford, June 4, 1827 

William H. and Emeline P. Barton, of John 

H., of Providence, at Enfield, Conn , by 

Rev. Mr. Robbins, July 5, 1827 

Roby O. and Benoni Parkerson, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 13, 1827 

Betsey, of Capt. John, Jr., of Barrington, 

and George Bowen, of Warren, at 13arring- 

ton, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 21, 1827 

Eliza and John Tyler, Esq., both of Barring- 
ton, at Swanzea, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 25, 1827 
Ephraim and Joanna E. Baker, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev Mr. Kent, . Nov. 4, 1827 

Charles, of Swanzey, and Mrs. Lucy Martin, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 13, 1828 



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MARTIN Mrs. Lucy, of Providence, and Charles 
Martin, of Swanzea, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. John, 
deceased, and Silas A. Crane, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at 
St. John's Church, 

Henry and Eliza Field, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Rachel, of Warwick, and Samuel Budlongjr., 
of Cranston, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Mary S., of Warren, and Olney Logee, of 
Burrillville, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Mary S., of Warwick, and Olney Logee, of 
Burrillville, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Capt. Edward Tyler and Elizabeth Smith, at 
Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Patrie, 
MARTLAND Mary L. and Benjamin H. Pun- 
chard, at Andover. Journal of 
MARVEL George Gibbs, of Newport, and Mary 
C. Wilkinson, of Varnum, of Providence, 
at New York. Journal of 

William and Lydia Gifford, of Daniel, at 
Fall River, by James Ford, Esq. Journal 
of 
MARVELL Joseph and Mercy Drew, by Rev. 
Mr. Raymond, at Fairhaven, 

John, of Wellington, Mass, and Julia Fowler, 
of late Dr. Isaac, of and at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Vernon, 
MASON Nancy, of Dea. George, and Olney 
Burlingame, all of Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, 

Aaron T., of Attleboro, and Betsey Peck, of 
Gideon, of Rehoboth, by Samuel Bullock, 
Esq., at Rehoboth, 

Aaron, of Attleboro, and Betsey Peck, of 
Gideon, of Rehoboth, at Rehoboth. Jour- 
nal of 

Abby, eldest daughter of the late James 
B., and Nicholas Brown, Jr., at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lydia T. and Thomas W. Wethby, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, 

Samuel, Jr., and Ruth Jones, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 



Jan. 13, 1828 

June 19, 1828 
July 3, 1828 

Jan. 15, 1829 

May 13, 1829 

May 13, 1829 

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Oct. 26, 1829 

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March 12, 1827 
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Dec. 30, 1819 

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PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 439 

MASON George, of Providence, and Aseneth 

Ashley, of Samuel, of Hampton, Ct. 

Journal of Dec. 25, 1820 

George, of Providence, and Miss Aseneth 

Ashley, of Samuel, of Hampton, Ct., at 

Hampton, Dec. — , 1820 

Sanford, of Providence, and Miss Henrietta 

Hailer, of Philadelphia, at latter place, 

by Rev. Dr. Stoughton, Feb. 15, 1821 

Harriet D., of Attlcboro, and Kilbon G. 

Robmson, merchant, of Boston, at Attlc- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, Aug. 29, 1821 
Mary and Capt. Jesse Baker, at Warren, by 

the Rev. Mr. Rexford. Journal of No\^ 8, 182 1 

Ann S., of Dr. Joseph, and Samuel Brown, 

Esq., all of and at Bristol, by Rev. Barna- 
bas Bates, Nov. 18, 1821 
Elias, 2d, and Elizabeth May, at Woodstock, 

Conn. Journal of Nov. 29, 1821 

Horatio and Julia Adams, daughter of late 

Major Jasper, of and at Medway, by Rev. 

Mr. Bailey. Journal of Dec. 24, 1821 

Electa, of Dea. George, and Jason Cargill, all 

of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 13, 1822 
Huldah, of Seekonk, and William Lawrence, 

of St. Johnsbury, Vt., at Seekonk, by 

Thomas Kinnicutt, Esq., Nov. 17, 1822 

George, 2d, and Sally F. Haskell, of late 

Comfort, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Harris, at 

Cumberland, Dec. 22, 1822 

Ezra and Polly Smith, both of Seekonk, at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall Jan. 13, 1823 

John A. and Mary M. Bagley, both of Provi- 
dence, at Cranston. Journal of June 30, 1823 
William B. and Mary W. Young, of Capt. 

Samuel, 2d, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, at 

Providence, June 30, 1824 

William H.and Sarah Temple, of late James. 

by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Aug. 29, 1824 

Stephen M., aged 90 years, and Amelia 

Simpson, aged 18 years, at New Orleans. 

Journal of Dec. 6, 1824 

Sarah Brown, daughter of late Hon. James 

B., of Providence, and George Benjamin 

Ruggles, of Newport, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 22, 1825 

John D. and Angeline Barney, of Mason, 

Esq., by Rev. Mr. Baker, at Swanzey, Oct. 2, 1825 

Eliza Ann, of Ste})hen, Esq., and Charles 

Luther, by Rev. Mr. Webb, at Warren, Oct. 30, 1825 

Matience B. and George W. Hatch, by Rev. 

Mr. Hall, all of and at Attleboro, Dec. 26, 1825 



440 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MASON Julia and Ira Chaffee, by Rev. Mr. 

Pease, all of and at Seekonk. March 12, 1826 

William and Eliza Havves, both of Providence, 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal 
of May 22, 1826 

James and Mary Ann Gardiner Trafton, by 

Rev. Allen Brown, all of and at Providence, Sept. 3, 1826 

Caroline M. and Jacob SiUoway, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown. Journal of Nov. 2. 1826 

Capt. John, of Warren, and Zerviah Gardi- 
ner, of and at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Tay- 
lor, March 18, 1827 

Eliza and Stephen Bullock, both of Swanzey, 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, April 4, 1827 

John, Jr., Secretary of Legation to Mexico, 
and Catharine Macomb, of Major General 
Macomb, at Georgetown, D. C, April 5, 1827 

Jesse and Joanna Whipple, both of Cumber- 
land, at Pawtucket, by Rev. i\ir. Cutler, Oct. 25, 1827 

Gardiner, Esq., and Mrs. Martha Butts, both 
of Troy, Mass , at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 
Wright. Journal of Dec. 31, 1827 

Philip and Lucetta Macomber, at Taunton. 

Journal of Jan. 14, 1828 

Hiram and Amy Mowry, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., June 15, 1828 

Sarah }'. and Jonathan C Parmenter, junior 
editor of the Literary Cadet, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 28, 1828 

George W., of VVayne, N. Y., and Almira 
Bliss, of Capt. Jeremiah, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, at Newport, June 29, 1828 

George W. and Almira i^liss. of Capt. Jere- 
miah, at Newport. Journal of July 14, 1828 

Robert D. and Mehitable T. Merry, daugh- 
ter of Barney, Esq , both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Tafr, Nov. 18, 1828 

Zephaniah S. and Susan Vinnecome, daugh- 
ter of late John, both of and at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Stoddard, Dec. 18, 1828 

Jedediah, of New York City, and Nancy G. 

Upton, of and at Providence, Feb. 4, 1829 

Sally Ann, of Providence, and Isaac T. Read, 
of Pembroke, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Warne, July 7, 1829 

MASTON Sarah Maria and Samuel Curtis, 
junior editor of Columbian Republican, at 
Kingston, N. Y. Journal ot Nov. 23, 1829 

MATHEWSON Mary, of Scituate, and James 
Winsor, of Johnston, at Scituate, by Elder 
Westcott, Feb. 17, 1820 



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441 



MATHEVVSON Betsey, eldest daughter of late 
Stephen, and Orris Sarle, at Scituate, 
by Rev. Mr. Knight. Journal of 

Louisa and John Stoakes, at Johnston, 

Paris and Phebe Olney, of Dea. , at 

Johnston. Journal of 

Mrs. Susannah and Jeremiah Carpenter, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff. 

Celia, of Hon. Elisha, and Capt. Coomer 
Smith, at Scituate. Journal of 

Rebecca, youngest daughter of late Joseph, 
of Smithfield, and Lewis Follett, of Cum- 
berland, at Smithfield, 

Phebe Williams, of Capt. Henry, and Rufus 
Warren Kimball, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of 
and at Providence, 

Mary W., of Philip, Esq., of Johnston, and 
Brown Sweet, of Smithfield, at Johnston, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Bucklin, of Lisbon, Ct., and Cifuenti Battey, 
of Gen. William, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. 
Gale, 

Bucklin, of Lisbon, Ct., and Cifuentes Bat- 
tey, of Gen. William, at Wickford, 

Col. Isaac, of Providence, and Eliza Arnold, 
of Philip, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Andrew, of Glocester, and Tabitha Angell, 
of Joshua, of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 
Knight, 

Lydia and William H. Rogers, both of War- 
ren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 

John, Esq.. and Mary L. Clarke, of late 
Thomas P., by Rev. Mr. Wilson 

Amey, of Hall, and Job S. Bailey, by Rev. 
Mr. Manchester. Journal of 

Ebenezer and Nancy Ingraham, of Watson, 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Jour- 
nal of 

Abby C, daughter of Capt. Henry, and 
Cyrus Butler Manchester, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Maria F., daughter of Capt. Henry, and Al- 
bert H. Manchester, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Rufus S., of Pomfret, Ct., and Faith W. Mc- 
Lellan, daughter of Hon. John, of and at 
Woodstock, by Rev. Mr. Crompton. Jour- 
nal of 



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442 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MATHEWSON Thomas, Jr., and Abby Tucker, 

daughter of Daniel, of Smithfield, at Gloces- 

ter, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Dec. 14, 1828 

Allen, of Providence, and Eliza Cooke, of 

Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Ward, March 22, 1829 

MATTESON Wealthian, of Christopher, of 

West Greenwich, and Col. Edward Potter, 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight. Journal 

of May 19, 1825 

Louisa, of Warwick, and Joseph Sisson, of 

Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith. 

Journal of Nov. 15, 1827 

James W. and Narcissa Corey, daughter of 

Thompson, both of and at Coventry, by 

Samuel B. Hopkins, Esq., 
MATTHEWS Henry, of Warwick, and Susan 

Baker, of and at Pawtucket. Journal of 
MAUBOUGH Mademoiselle L., granddaughter 

of Gen. Lafayette, and Baron De Peron, at 

La Grange, France, 
MAURA N Dr. Joseph and Sophia R. Sterry, of 

Cyrian, at Providence, 
Olive B.and Col. Walker Humphrey, both of 

Providence, at New York, by Rev. William 

Ware, 
Capt. Nathaniel S., of Providence, and Ande- 

line Manchester, of and at Fall River, 
MAWNEY Isabella Ann, of East Greenwich, 

and Peter G. Taylor, Esq., postmaster 

Charlestown, Ind., at South Kingstown, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, 
MAXCY Joseph and Lois B. Fisher, of late Na- 
thaniel, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, all of and 

at Attleboro, 
Capt. Eaton W. and Eliza Cook, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
MAXFIELD Sylvia and Sheldon Young, both 

of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Journal of Dec. 7, 1820 

Charlotte D., youngest daughter of Daniel, 

and Stephen D. Coomer, at Bristol. Jour- 
nal of Jan. 22, 1827 
Eunice W., of David, and Solomon Hatch, 

all of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford. Journal of July 2, 1827 
MAXON Asa, of Hopkinton, and Polly Chap- 
man, of and at Westerly, by Rev. Mr. 

Stillman, Feb. 7, 1822 

Elizabeth, of Hopkinton, and Ira Bliven, of 

Norwich, N. Y., at Hopkinton, Oct. 30, 1825 



Nov. 24, 


1829 


Nov, 30, 


1826 


July -, 


1827 


Oct. 12, 


1820 


Dec. 26, 


1821 


April 2, 


1828 


June 27, 


1822 


Aug. 31, 


1823 


May 27, 


1827 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 443 

MAXSON Ann Elizabeth, of Smithfield, and 

Gardiner G. Ward, of West Greenwich, at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Dec. 25, 1828 

MAXWELL Emeline M., of James, of Warren, 

and George Saunders, of Philadelphia, Pa., 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 

Patience G., of James, PIsq., and Capt. Sam- 
uel Cole, all of and at Warren. Journal of Sept. 6, 1821 
Judeth, of Providence, and Levi Lord, of 

North Providence, by William B. Martin, 

Esq., at Providence, Dec. 5, 1822 

Mary, 8th daughter of Capt. James, and 

Capt. Haile Collins, both of Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, at Svvanzey, Oct. 28, 1824 

Joanna, of Warren, and Lieutenant 

Simons, U. S. Navy, at Swansea, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, Nov. 4, 1827 

Level, of Seekonk, and Almira W. Bullock, 

of and at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 4, 1827 

MAY Elizabeth and Elias Mason, 2d, at Wood- 
stock, Conn. Journal of Nov. 29, 1821 
Mary Ann and William Knox, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Sept. 14, 1823 

MAYBERRY Harriet C, of late Freeman, and 

Capt. Samuel H. Vinson, at Newport, by 

Rev. Dr. Eddy, Oct. 12, 1820 

Ann, daughter of late Capt. Freeborn, of 

Newport, and Joseph Mclntire, at Bristol, 

bv Bishop Griswold, Jan. 26, 1825 

MAYNARD Lawson D. and Nancy Smith, both 

of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, Nov. 19, 1820 

Mary and Theodore D. Fenner, both of 

Providence. Journal of Feb. 26, 1827 

MAYO David L., of Boston, and Mary B. Rus- 
sell, of William, Jr., of and at New Bed- 
ford, April 24, 1826 
MAYRANT Placidia, of William, of Statesburgh, 

S. C, and Rev. Jasper Adams, professor 

Natural Philosophy, B. U., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Sept. 4, 1823 

McALWEE Aaron, of Virginia, and Catharine 

Ann Bootbee, of and at Washington, D. C, Oct. 13, 1829 
McANARNEY Jane and Jesse Cudworth, by 

Allen Hunt, Esq., all of and at Seekonk, Oct. 24, 1824 

McCARTEE Daniel and Mary C. Freeborn, at 

Newport. Journal of Oct. 2, 1826 



444 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

McCOY James and Fidelia Shaw, at Smithfield. 

Journal of Jan. 21, 1828 

McCRACKEN Samuel, circus manager, and 

Sophia Van Tassell, of Albany, at Albany, Oct. 9, 1826 

McCREAKEY Mary, of Robertsville, S. C, and 
Pardon T. Mumford, formerly of Newport, 
at said Robertsville, by Rev. Mr. Nichols, Sept. 11, 1825 

McCULTOM Lydia and Casper W. Morris, both 
of and. at Philadelphia, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 
White, ^ Oct. 15, 1829 

McCURRIE John, E.sq., and Clarrissa Anthony, 
of John, at Portsmouth, by Thomas Corey, 
Esq., Jan. 27, 1820 

McDUFFEE Hon. George and Mary Rebecca 
Singleton, of Sumter District, S. C, at 
Columbia, S. C, by Rev. Mr. Converse, May 27, 1829 

McDOLE James and Hannah Goff, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Pawtucket, Feb. 17, 1825 

McDonald John, of Johnston, and Miss Mary 
Phillips, second daughter of Luke, of Fos- 
ter, at F"oster, by William Potter, Esq. 
Journal of March 5, 1821 

Lewis, of Rutland, Vt., and Eliza Bissell, of 
Providence, at St. John's Church, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft, Aug. 29, 1826 

McFARLAND Alexander and Sally Cady, both 
of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 4, 1820 

Thomas and Martha Cory, all of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1822 

McGregor Alexander M. and Mary Gray, at 

Newport. Journal of Oct. 2, 1826 

McGREGORY Elder Elias, of Shrewsbury, and 
Louisa Nolen, of Sutton, at Sutton. Jour- 
nal of April 24, 1820 

McINTIRE Joseph and Ann Mayberry, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. F'reeborn, of Newport, at 
Bristol, by Bishop Grisvvold, Jan. 26, 1825 

McKENNEY Mr. r- and Mary Jackson, he 

being her 5th husband, and she only 28 
years old, both of Harper's Ferry, Va. 
Journal of May 14, 1827 

McLEAN Rebecca, daughter of Hon. John, Post- 
master-General, and Augustus H. Rich- 
ards, Esq., of Philadelphia, at Washington, 
D. C. Journal of Feb. 2, 1829 

McLEAR Hon. John, U. S. Senator from Illi- 
nois, and Eliza Baylies, in Kentucky. 
Journal of Dec. 3, 1829 



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445 



McLELLAN Mrs. Harriet, formerly of Warren, 
and Horatio G. Balch, Esq., at Portland, 
Me. Journal of 
Faith W., daughter of Hon. John, of Wood- 
stock, and Rufus S. Mathewson, of Pom- 
fret, Ct., at Woodstock, by Rev. Mr. 
Crampton. Journal of 
Lucretia H. and William J. Dunn, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

McMURRAY Mary and John J Kilton, both of 
and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Dana, 

MEADE Henry S. and Miss Mary G. Larchar, 
daughter of Joseph W., formerly of Provi- 
dence, at New York. Journal of 

MEDBURY Fanny, of John, Esq., of .Seekonk, 
and John Chaffee, of Warren, Penn., at 
Seekonk. Journal of 
Thomas and Betsey J. Armington, daughter 
of late Capt. Walker, by Rev. Mr. Barney, 
all of and at Seekonk, 
Bertha, of Seekonk, and Daniel Cobb, of 
Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, 

MEECHUM Randall, publi-sher Pawtucket 
Chronicle, and Mary M. Minard, only 
daughter of Peter S., of Providence, by 
^ Rev. Mr. Waterman, at Providence, 

MEGRATH Alonzo P., of Greenfield, and Mary 
Ann Wright, of and at Northampton. 
Journal of 

MEIGS William H., of Hartford, and Elizabeth 
C. Darling, at Bristol. Journal of 
Ann, daughter of Asel, and Joshua Peckham, 
at the Methodist Meeting House, Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Bonney, 

M ELLEN Helen Maria and Samuel Hunt, of 
Boston, at New York. Journal of 

MELVILLE Thomas and Abby Swinburne, of 
Nathaniel, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Iiddy, 
Harriet and James Tilley, at Newport. Jour- 
nal ot 
Caroline F. and William H. Dillmgton, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, at Providence, 

MENGUS Anna Aspacia, of Smyrna, and Rev. 
Jonas King, at Island of Tenos, Greece, by 
Rev. Rufus Anderson, 

MERRELL Mary Ann, of Seekonk, and Walter 
C. Helme, of Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 
Pease, 



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May 20, 1828 

Dec. 2, 1827 

March 5. 1821 

Nov. 3, 1823 

June 18, 1826 
Aug. 14, I 827 

March 18, 1827 

May 24, 1827 
Nov. 7, 1825 

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Nov. 2, 1829 

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MERRILL Amey, of William, and Nicholas W. 
Cooke, all of Warwick, at Centreville, 

William B. and Catharine L. Manchester, of 
Gideon, both of Warwick, at Centreville. 
Journal of 

Mrs. Abigail and Job Cornell, at Newport. 
Journal of 
MERRICK Pliney, Esq., of Taunton, and Mary 
R. Thomas, daughter of Isaiah, Jr., at 
Worcester. Journal of 
MERRIAM George, of Richmond, Va., for- 
merly of Dedham, Mass., and Miss Mary 
T. Atkmson, of New Kent, Va., 

Phebe and Horace Moffett, at Oxford. Jour- 
nal of 
MERRY Abby W. and John C. Harwood, prin- 
ter, all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, 

Almira W., daughter of Barney, and Simon 
L. Hale, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Mehitable T., daughter of Barney, Esq., 
and Robert D. Mason, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Nancy T. and Robert Carley, both of and 
at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, 
MESERVE Abigail, aged 68 years, and Jona- 
than Chase, a soldier of the Revolution, 
aged 79 years, at Wolfesboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Page. Journal of 
MESSENGER Mary H. and Amos Walton, 
both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Ferguson, 
MESTAYER John and Mary Ann New, at Bos- 
ton, 
METCALF Celia Ann and Reuben Burden, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Pelatiah, of Smithfield, and Abigail Hawes, 
of Franklin, at Franklin. Journal of 

Joseph Gay and Evelina Horton, both of 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
P^des, 

Thomas Saunders, of Augusta, Ga., and 
Miss Celia Greene, youngest daughter of 
Capt. John M., of Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Alice B. and Arthur Snow, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Whipple and Sophia Jencks, both of Cum- 
berland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, 



Oct. 10, 1825 

Oct. 31, 1825 
May 29, 1826 

June 4, 1 82 1 

Feb. I, 1 82 1 
March 27, 1826 

Nov. 10, 1822 
April 3, 1828 

Nov. 18, 1828 
June 16, 1829 

Jan. 25, 1821 

Dec. II, 1823 

April 23, 1828 

April 9, 1820 

June 19, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

July 30, 182 1 
Dec. 6, 182 1 

July 2, 1823 



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447 



METCALF Joe], Esq., and Mrs. Hannah 

Mitchell, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April i, 1824 

James and Matilda Peckham, at Newport, Sept. 23, 1824 

Sarah Packard and John Hutchens, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Dec. 24, 1827 

Luther, Jr., of Medway, and Sarah B. Phipps, 
of and at Framingham, by Rev. Mr. Kel- 
logg, Jan. 16, 182 8 

Amelia, daughter of Samuel, of Provi- 
dence, and John White, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Sanborn. Oct. 16, 1828 

Abijah W., of F'ranklin, Mass., and Joanna 
W. Horton, of and at Taunton, by Rev. 
Mr. Maltby. Journal of Nov. 5, 1829 

MILES Susan C. and John H. Clarke, Esq., 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, April 21, 1829 

MILLARD Mary, of Rice, and Isaac Whitford, 
at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Tilling- 
hast. May 18, 1820 

Stephen and Susan Greene, by Rev. Mr. 

Gano, all of and at Providence, May 31, 1826 

William and Ploomey Havves, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 27, 1829 

MILLETT Thomas and Mrs. Elizabeth Thurs- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of Providence, June 14, 1825 

Maria and William Colby, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Phillips, Nov. 16, 1828 

MILLER Benjamin, Jr., and Phebe Barney, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Journal 
of March 9, 1820 

Joseph W. and Charlotte Bagley, of Paw- 
tucket, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, April 30, 1820 

P21iza A. and John Wood, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, May 11, 1820 

William, merchant, and Miss Harriet A. 
Baker, of Henry W., merchant, ill of and 
at Winchester, Va., Dec. 30, 1820 

Pardon and Miss Ann Eliza Martin, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1821 

Betsey and George Jencks, 2d, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July i, 1821 

Adelia and Hiram Ide, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter. Journal of Oct. 4, 1821 

Halsey, of Cumberland, and Lavina Briggs, 
of Providence, Dec. 2, 1821 

John and Almira Field, of late Capt. John, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1822 

Ira K. and Mary A. Bullock, all of and at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, June 17, 1822 



448 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MILLER Benjamin, of East Greenwich, and 
Mary B. Holmes, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Dec. 25, 1823 

Jeremiah, of New York, and Catharine 
Wheaton, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton, May 2, 1824 

Edward F., of Providence, and Louisa Hitch- 
cock, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, Dec. 8, 1824 

Mary, of Cumberland, and Seth Howard, of 

Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 17, 1825 

Mrs Lydia, and Stephen Johnson, at Warren. 
Journal of May 12, 1825 

Russell, of Warwick, and Mary Knight, of 
late Reuben, of and at Coventry, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Journal of Oct. 27, 1825 

Jerald and Ruth'Slocum, by Rev. Mr. Col- 
man, at East Greenwich. Journal of Feb. 16, 1826 

Maria and Samuel Allen, both of Smith- 
field, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Sept. 9, 1827 

Lydia, of Pawtucket, and Gilford Slack, of 
Wrentham, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, June 12, 1828 

Rebecca A., daughter of late Allen, and 
Samuel Monroe, both of Bristol, at Fall 
River, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 3, 1828 

Catharine G., of Warwick, and Oliver W. 
Spencer, of East Greenwich, at Crampton 
Mills, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1828 

Josiah, Jr.. and Betsey A. Aldrich, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas, Mann, Esq. Journal of April 23, 1829 

Horace, Esq., of Pawtucket, and Elizabeth 

Munroe, daughter of Capt. George, of 

Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, at 

St. Michael's Church, Bristol", Nov. 30, 1829 

MILTIMORE Capt. Andrew W. and Sarah B. 

Wiggin, at Boston. Journal of May 21, 1827 

MINARD James and Eliza Allen, at Attleboro. 

Journal of Nov. 23, 1820 

Mary M., only daughter of Peter S., of Prov- 
idence, and Randall Meechum, proprietor 
of the Pawtucket Chronicle, by Rev. Mr, 
^ Waterman, at Providence, March 18, 1827 

MINER Charles and Rebecca Gordon, at Ster- 
ling, Conn., Feb. 20, 1820 
MINNS Constant F. and Francis Ann Parker, 

at Boston. Journal of July 14, 1825 

MITCHELL Mrs. Hannah and Joel Metcalf, 

Esq., by Rev. Mr. Edes, April i, 1824 



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MITCHELL William and Lydia P. Brickley, 

of Capt. Henry, both of Providence, Sept. 5, 1824 

Mary, of late David, of Boston, and William 

Underbill, at Nantucket. Journal of Sept. 15, 1825 

Mary Ann and Jeremiab Jackson Cole, by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, all of and at Providence, Dec. 2"]^ 1825 
Edward R. and liliza T. Clarke, of late Ches- 
ter, Esq., all of Providence, at Bristol, by 

Bishop Griswold, Jan. 4, 1826 

Mary, of Middletown, and Daniel Stanton, of 

South Kingsto-vvn, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Gammell, April 26, 1827 

Daniel and Susan E. West, daughter of Na- 
thaniel H., at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 28, 1827 
Betsey and Erastus Wilcox, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 3, 1828 

Aburrilla, daughter of E. , of Hart- 
ford Co., Md., and Richard C. Landon, 

editor of P'armers Record and Zenia 

Gazette, at Columbus, Ohio, by Rev. 

Thomas Beaucham. Journal of Dec. 10, 1829 

MOISE Samuel, of Pawtucket, and Mary M. 

Mullen, of Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, at Pawtucket, Dec. 9, 1824 
MONROE Lydia B., of Capt. George, of Bristol, 

and Major William Muenscher, cashier of 

Eagle Bank, at St. Michael's Church, Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Dr. Griswold. Journal of July 20, 1820 
Capt. Matthias, of Bristol, and Dorcas White, 

of Capt. Thomas, of Newport, at Newport, 

by Rev. Dr. Wheaton, Nov. 30, 1820 

Samuel, merchant, and Sarah Aldrich, of 

Seekonk, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 7, 1827 

Martha H., daughter of Capt. Benjamin, and 

Jeremiah S. Greene, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Virgin, Oct. 14, 1827 

Susan and John T. Durfee, both of and at 

Portsmouth. Journal of March 17, 1828 

James T., of Providence, and Almy Greene, 

of and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May ir, 1828 

Samuel and Rebecca A. Miller, daughter of 

late Allen, both of Bristol, at Fall River, 

by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 3, 1828 

Maria, daughter of Joseph, and Jonathan 

P'reeborn Cole, both of and at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Wight, Aug. 8, 1828 

Bennett J. and Sarah L. Fish, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Griffin. Sept. 23, 1828 

Mary, daughter of late Edward, Jr., and 

Nathan Bishop, at Bristol, April 7, 1829 



450 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MONROE Henry, of New York, and Lucinda 

Eliza Dabney, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, June 2, 1829 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. George, of 

Bristol, and Horace Miller, Esq., of Paw- 
tucket, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, at 

St. Michael's Church, Bristol, Nov. 30, 1829 

MONTGOMERY Margaret M. and William T. 

Hawes, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at 

Providence, Dec. 12, 1826 

MOONEY Alice, Ti years, and William Rai)on, 

23 years, at Bladen Co., N. C, April 5, 1821 

MOORE Hannah, of Samuel, and Otis Torrey, 

at Providence, Jan. 9, 1820 

Martha M., of Col. Henry, of Newport, and 

Major Nehemiah S. Draper, of Providence, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Feb. 8, 1820 

Lakin, the travelling preaching poet, and 

Nancy Cooke, at Beverly, Mass. Journal 

of Dec. 28, 1820 

William, of Newport, and Margaret Martin, 

of and at Elizabeth City, N. C., May 5, 1822 

Sarah Ann, daughter of John, and Benjamin 

Southwick, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 

mell, Nov. 2, 1823 

Mrs. Harriet G., widow of Col. William, and 

Capt. Isaiah Crocker, Jr., of Bath, Me., by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton, at Newport, Feb. 29, 1824 

Fanny, of Bristol, and Seth Guphe, Jr., of 

Raynham, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Sept. 25, 1825 

Martha and Rufus Adams, at Worcester. 

Journal of Oct. 6, 1825 

Henry, Jr., of Newport, and Sarah B. Burt, 

of Norfolk Co., Va. Journal of Dec. 12, 1825 

Elizabeth and Henry O. Tefft, at Newport. 

Journal of Dec. ir, 1826 

Lorenzo, of Vermont, and Eliza Ann Plsk, 

of Caleb, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Torrey, Oct. 17, 1827 

Josiah and Elizabeth Patten, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 23, 1827 

Mary Jane, daughter of late Col. William, 

and Nathaniel Greene, of East Greenwich, 

at Newport. Journal of Dec. 24, 1827 

Dr. William Bowen, of Charleston, S. C, and 

Sarah Ann Wheeler, of late Stephen, of 

Plainfield, Ct., at Plainfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Fowler, Jan. 6, 1828 

Nancy, of Providence, and Samuel B. East- 
man, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, Jan. 20, 1828 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 45 1 

MOORE William, of Providence, and Mary 

Cook, of Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Gano, May 2r, 1828 

Louisa B. and John Penrice, editor of the 

Louisiana Advertiser, both of and at New 

Orleans, by Rev. Mr. Clapp. Journal of Dec. 31, 1829 

MORGAN Frances and George VV. W'ceden, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and at Provi- 
dence., Jan. 17, 1827 
Samuel and Susan P. Hliven, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 15, 1828 

Mary Ann, daughter of Elias, of Hartford, 

and Thomas C. Coit, of Natchez, at Hart- 
ford. Journal of Aug. 10, 1829 
MORRH^L David Lawrence, Esq., Governor of 

New Hampshire, and Lydia Poore, of 

Moses, Esq., at Pembroke, N. H., by Rev. 

Mr. Barnum. Journal of Aug. 12, 1824 

MORRELL Martha, of Concord, and Francis 

Curtis, of Boston, at Waltham. Journal of July 13, 1829 
MORRIS Mary R., of Newburyport, Mass., and 

Sewall Short, of New Orleans, La. Jour- 
nal of Aug. 10, 1820 
Casper W. and Lydia McCultom, both of and 

at Philadelphia, by Rt. Rev. Bishop White, Oct. 15, 1829 
MORRISON Rhoda and Anthony Morse, by 

John Mason, Esq., at Somerset, Nov. 10, 1822 

John and Mary Ann Thomas, both of and at 

New York, by Rev. Dr. McElroy, Dec. 15, 1829 

MORSE Elias, of Walpole, and Mary Dean, of 

Dedham, at Dedham. Journal of Aug. 24, 1820 

Arnold and Mary A. Spencer, both of East 

Greenwich, at Providence, Oct. 12, 1820 

Gardiner, of Somerset, and Nancy Luther, of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, July 28, 1822 

Elihu, Jr., and Lucy Alton, at Woodstock, 

Conn., by Rev. Mr. Nichols, Oct. 19, 1822 

Anthony and Rhoda Morrison, by John 

Mason, Esq., at Somerset, Nov. 10, 1822 

Pamela, of Douglass, and George Lindley, of 

Burrillville, Dec. 5, 1822 

Nelson and Eliza Hlackington, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Killam. Journal 

of Dec. 25, 1823 

George, of Worcester, and Sarah 1 1 . Dana, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, all of and at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 14, 1826 
Charles, Jr., of Coventry, and Lydia W. 

Arnold, of Thomas, of and at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Manchester. Dec. 28, 1826 

Nathan T. and Alice S. Dana, of Payton, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, at Providence, March 22, 1827 



452 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MORSE Nathan B., Esq., of Brooklyn, L. I., and 

Eliza Tiffany, daughter of Comfort, of and 

at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Whitmore, May i6, 1827 

Moses and Emma Arnold, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., Feb. 24, 1828 

MORTON Bartlett and Rebecca Lyon, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey Oct. 8, 1828 
MOSES John G., of Newport, and Haile Maria 

Hill, of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Seamans, 
MOSHER Ruth, of Caleb, of Providence, and 

Joseph A. Andrews, of Glocester, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mace, Aug. 18, 1822, 

and Journal of 
Constant Burr and Mary Saunders Johnson, 

daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Capt. William H. and Susan Bradford, both 

of Bristol. Journal of 
MOSHIER Ruth Ann, of Bristol, and John 

Taylor, Esq., of Providence, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Mann, 
Caleb, Jr., of the firm of G. R. A. Olney & 

Co., merchants, of Boston, and Elizabeth 

Sterry Billings, of Providence, at Boston, 

by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, 
MOSIER Jonathan, of Kennebunk, Me., and 

Abby Soule, of Job, of Tiverton, at West- 
port. Journal of Aug. 25, 1825 
MOSS Jesse L. and Frances S. Dixon, daughter 

of Hon. Nathan F., both of and at West- 
erly, Oct. 8, 1829 
MOTT Eliza, youngest daughter of Benjamin, 

and John A. Wadsworth, M. D., all of 

Portsmouth, Friends' Ceremony, at Friends' 

House, Portsmouth. Journal of Oct. 10, 1822 

Eunice L., late of Smithfield, and Ayres 

Ellis, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 4, 1825 

Samuel and Sarah Earle, of Newport, at New 

York, in Friends' Meeting House, Oct. 8, 1828 

MOULTHROP Delia Ann and William Storer, 

Jr., editor of the "Stonington Yankee," at 

West Haven, Ct. Journal of April 26, 1827 

MOULTON Rachel, of Rehoboth, and Stephen 

Bosworth, Jr., of Providence, at Rehoboth, 

by Stephen Moulton, Esq., Dec, 21, 1828 

Mary and Robert Seattle, at Newport. Jour- 
nal of Dec. 29, 1828 
Ann W. and Jacob Arnold, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wallen, Jan. i. 1829 



June 24, 


1827 


Aug. 26, 


1822 


Dec. 23, 


1823 


Nov. 18, 


1824 


Oct. 30, 


1826 


July 25, 


1827 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 453 

MOWRY Nathan and Sarah Mann, of Samuel, 

Esq., at Smithfield, Dec. 30, 1819 

Thomas and Mrs. Mary Buffum, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Journal 

of Jan. 22, 1821 

John S. and Miss Maiy Manton, of Gloces- 

ter, by Edmund Walden, Esq., May 13, 1821 

Benjamin and Lovey Marshall, both of and at 

Warwick, April 4, 1822. Journal of April 8, 1822 

Tabitha, of Smithfield, and Rufus Williams, 

of Burrillville, at Smithfield, July 3, 1823 

Mrs. Polly and Godfrey G. Stone, both of 

Killmgly, at Plainfield, by Rev. Mr. F'ovvler, July 17, 1823 
Smith, Jr., of Charleston, S. C., and Amey 

De.xter, youngest daughter of Lewis, at 

Smithfield, Sept. 23, 1823 

Lewis, of Smithfield, and Zerviah Warner, of 

Daniel, of Mendon, at Smithfield, Nov. 23, 1823 

George L. and Hannah Leonard, at Taunton. 

Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 

Sally, of Seth, and James Andrews, by Lewis 

Dexter, Esq., all of Smithfield, May 26, 1825 

Mary and William H. Angell, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, Sept. 22, 1825 

Charles, of Mendon, and Ann Cady, of War- 
wick, Jan. r, 1826 
Stephen and Sarah Sayles, of Gideon, by 

Judge Mann, all of and at Smithfield, Feb. 9, 1826 

Charles C, of Providence, and Celia E. Al- 

drich, of late Daniel, of and at Smithfield, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 2^, 1827 

Ruth, of Scituate, and Verry Aldrich, of 

Smithfield, at Scituate, Feb. 7, 1828 

Amey and Hiram Mason, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., June 15, 1828 

Sanford and Eliza Cady, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq. Journal of Jan. 12, 1829 

Barney and Phila Mowry, daughter of Amasa, 

at Smithfield, P"eb. 2, 1829 

Phila, daughter of Amasa.and Barney Mowry, 

at Smithfield, Feb. 2, 1829 

Horace B. and Julian Nichols, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, Esq Journal of April 23, 1829 

Ruth and Col. John Angell, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., July 19, 1829 

MUCKEVIS Choc. P., or Jumping Rabbitt, the 

Belle of the Chickasaws, and Col. Darius 

Hopson, U. S. Army, at Mountsville, Ala. 

Journal of Dec. 21, 1829 



454 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAJJD 

MUDGP: Solomon H., of Portland, Me., and 

Susan H. Dodge, ot Nehemiah, of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Oct. i6, 1826 
MUENSCHER Major William, Cashier of Eagle 

Bank, and Lydia B. Monroe, of Capt. 

George, of Bristol, at St. Michael's Church, 

Bristol, by Rev. Dr. Griswold Journal of July 20, 1820 
Rev. Joseph and Ruth Washburn, both of 

Leicester, at Christ Church, South Leices- 
ter, by Bishop Griswold. Journal of Nov. 28, 1825 
MULLEN Mary M , of Valley Falls, and Samuel 

Moise, of Pavvtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

at Pawtucket, Dec. 9, 1824 

MUMFORD Oliver, Esq.. and Miss Mary White- 

horne, daughter of the late James, Jr., at 

South Kingstown. Journal of 
Richard B. and Emeline Almy, of late Sam- 
uel, all of and at Newport,. Journal of 
Benjamin and Mercy Goddard, of Stephen, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 
Pardon T., formerly of Newport, and Mary 

McCreakey, of and at Robertsville, S. C, 

by Rev. Mr. Nichols, 
William O. and Phebe Davis, of John W., by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, at Newport, 
Margaret G. and Cyrel Knight, both of 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
Benjamin A., formerly of Newport, and 

Laura Louisa Wilcox, youngest daughter 

of late Samuel, Esq., of and at New York, 

by Rev. Mr. Onderdonk. Journal of 
Eliza H. and William H. Case, both of South 

Kingstown, at Milltown, Ct., 
James H., of Kingston, and Clarrissa Kenyon, 

daughter of Greene, of South Kingstown, 

at Milltown, Ct., Sept. 24, 1829 

MUNDAY William, of Fall River, and F:iiza H. 

Arnold, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Oct. 25, 1829 

MUNRO John L. and Hattie S. Patten, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 22. 1820 
Elizabeth B., eldest daughter of Major Hez- 

ekiah, and Samuel Coggeshall, Esq., all of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates, May 15, i«2i 

Mary M., of Josiah, of Providence, and Rich- 
ard Barstow, of Rochester, Mass., by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, May 18, 1821 

William P. and Phebe Wright, at Bristol. 

Journal of July 11, 1822 

Mary, of Allen, of Seekonk, and Joseph 

Spaulding, of Connecticut, at Attleboro, May 18, 1823 



Feb. I, 


1821 


July 29, 


1822 


Aug. 25, 


1822 


Sept. II, 


1825 


Nov. 16, 


1826 


July 29, 


1827 


May 21, 


1829 


Sept. 24, 


1829 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 455 

MUNRO Sarah C, of Boston, and James V. 
Babson, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Gano, June 8, 1823 

Mary, of Portsmouth, and Joseph R. Brad- 
ford, of Bristol, at Portsmouth, by Judge 
Cory, March 14, 1824 

Susan C, of Bristol, and. Benjamin C. Ward, 

Esq., of Newport, at Middleboro, April 18, 1824 

Eleanor, of Edward, of Bristol, and Charles 

B. Spooner, of Providence, at Bristol, Sept. 6, 1824 
Sarah and Henry Blesdell, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

all of Providence, Dec. 9, 1824 

Allen, Esq., of Seekonk, and Mrs. Temper- 
ance Thompson, of and at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Welch, Jan. 30, 1825 

Rebecca B. and Lloyd Luther, both of and 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Nov. 8, 1825 

John S., of Providence, and Mary Caroline 
Lacoste, only daughter of G. C. A. La- 
coste, Esq., at Charleston, S. C. Journal 
of Dec. 19, 1825 

Joseph, Jr., of Seekonk, and Olive Brown, of 

Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, April 9, 1826 

Sally L., of Palmer Munro, of Warren, and 
William L. Brown, of Providence, at War- 
ren, July 30, 1826 

Jonas and Julia Ann Smith, at Warren. 

Journal of Oct. 23, 1826 

Mary and John Rowland, at Bristol, Dec. 3, 1826 

Thomas Greene and Eleanor Wardwell, third 
daughter of John, by Rev. Mr. Wight, at 
Bristol, May i, 1827 

Martha and Cornelius F. Hamlen, at I'aw- 

tucket, May 18, 1829 

Sanford, of Bristol, and Mary Ann Chace, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, Aug. 29, 1827 

Alice and Joseph J. Bowler, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Jan. 2, 1828 

MUNYAN Thomas, of Providence, and Nancy 

Jones, of Capt. S , of and at Med way, 

by Rev. Mr. Bailey, Dec. 12, 1824 

MURAT Archille, eldest son of late King Joa- 
chim, of Naples, and Mrs. Catherine Dan- 
gerfield Gray, of Tallahassee, late of Fred- 
ericksburg, Va., daughter of Major Byrd 

C. Willis, of latter place, July 12, 1826 
MURDOCK Hannah and S. Rossiter, p:sq., 

cashier P2agle Bank, New Haven, at Sche- 
nectady, N. Y. Journal of Sept. 30, 1824 



456 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MURPHY Edwin and Marv Ann Town, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent, ' Feb. 17, 1828 

Margaret F. and Edward Landers, at New- 
port. Journal of F>b 18, 1828 
MURRAY William, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Eliz- 
abeth Annis, of EVovidence, at Providence, Feb. 19, 1822 

James S., of Camden, S. C, and Aurelia P. 
Pearse, of Robert, of Providence, at Phila- 
delphia, April 22, 1823 

Elizabeth and William Sheridan, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, all of and at North Providence, May 8, 1826 

Elizabeth and Robert T. Snow, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Nov. 25, 1827 

Sarah C. and John P. Remington, at Cran- 
ston. Dec. 6, 1829 
MYERS Col. Nathan and Mrs. Frances Brush, 

at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1824 

MYRICK Charles Valentine and Joanna Salis- 
bury, of Jonathan, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, all 
of and at Providence. Journal of ' Oct. 7, 1824 



N 



NASH Nancy, of Capt, Jonathan, of Westerly, 
and Capt. Henry Dickens, of Stonington, 
at Watch Hill Point, by Rev. Mr. Shaw. 
Journal of Feb. 20, 1826 

NASON Mary Ann, of Nathaniel, and John 

Heath, at Newport, June 9, 1824 

David and Susan O. Gardiner, daughter of 
Lyman, of South Kingstown, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Anthony, Sept. 3, 1827 
Mrs. Abigail, and Matthew Weaver, at New- 
port. Journal of Jan. 7, 1828 
Joseph and Mrs. Susan Barker, at Newport. 

Journal of July 14, 1828 

NEAL Capt. Josiah, of Rochester, Mass., and 
Ann Vose, of Edward, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Elton. Journal of April 27, 1820 

Mrs. Hannah, of Providence, and John Mas- 
ters, of Marblehead, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 8, 182 1 

Ann, of Baltimore, and Rev. Richard F. 
Cleveland, of Windham, Ct., at Baltimore. 
Journal of Sept. 24, 1829 

NEP:DHAM John G., of Franklin, Mass., and 
Eliza Waterman, of Andrew, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 6, 1821 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 457 

NELSON Betsey, of Shrewsbury, Mass., and 
Nahum Eager, of Providence, at Shrews- 
bury, Aug. 27, 1820 

Cyrus, of Middleboro, and Hannah King, of 
Capt. Turner, of and at Taunton, by Na- 
than King, Esq.. Dec. 15, 1821 

Angeline and Joseph Tompkins, both of Paw- 
tucket, at New Hav^en. Journal of Nov. ii, 1822 

Ruth, of Paul, of Pawtucket, and Peter B. 
Hunt, Esq., Attorney at Law, of Seekonk, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, April 15, 1824 

Edmund and Eunice Studley, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, all of Providence, Jan. 30, 1825 

Jonathan, of Upton, and Achsa Wood, of and 

at Mendon, Feb. 7, 1828 

NERRICK Enoch, of Lynn, Mass., and Eliza- 
beth P. Reeves, of Warwick, at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 28, 1823 

NESTELL Christian M., formerly of New York, 
and Miss Betsey H. Bosworth, of Major 
Asa, of Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 7, 182 1 

NEW Mary Ann and John Mestayer, at Boston, April 23, 1828 
NEWCOMB Simeon F. A. and Nancy Briggs, 

both of Providence, at Providence, Oct. 29, 1820 

Danforth and Mary Ann Marshall, all of and 

at Bristol, Feb. 4, 1822 

Lieut. Francis D., U. S. A., and Levina Day, 

of Dr. S Day, at Sackett's Harbor, 

N. Y. Journal of Sept. i, 1825 

NEWELL Joseph, of Burrillville, and Silence 

Davis, of Providence, at Providence, May 8, 1820 

Abby and John At wood, both of Providence, 

at Providence, by William James, Esq., July 2, 1820 

Lieut. , U. S. N., and Miss , 

of Savannah, at Washington, D. C. Jour- 
nal of Aug. 10, 1820 

Christiana Bicknan, only daughter of Lewis, 
P3sq., of Philadelphia, and Rev. William 
Richmond, of Bloomingdale, N. Y., and 
formerly of Providence, at Philadelphia, by 
Rt. Rev. Bishop White, July 20, 1823 

Abigail, of Samuel, Jr., and Balus Balkcom, 

by Rev. Mr. Killam, all of and at Attleboro, April 16, 1823 

Samuel, 3d, and Catherine Carpenter, by Rev. 

Mr. Killam, at Attleboro, Jan. 7, 1824 

Pardon and Hannah King, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, March 3, 1824 

John and Polly Grant, eldest daughter of Eli- 
phaz, by Rev. Mr. Spalding, all of and at 
Cumberland, Nov. 21, 1824 



458 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



NEWELL Eunice R., of Attleboro, and Jona- 
than N. Spencer, of Pawtucket, at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Killam, 

Diancy, of John, and Stephen Baker, at Paw- 
tucket. Journal of 

Susan and Capt. Willard Ballou, both of Prov- 
idence, at Smithfield, 

Stanford, Esq., and Abby L. Penniman, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

NEWHALL Lois of Berkeley, and Paul White, 

of Taunton, at Berkeley, 
NEWMAN Abby, of John, of Providence, and 
Richmond Taggart, of Newport, at Provi- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

John T. and Hannah Hazard, of late George, 
of and at Newport. Journal of 

Eleanor, youngest daughter of late Thomas, 
Esq., of Prince William Co., Va., and 
Christopher C. Gushing, of Seekonk, at 
said Prince William Co., Va., by Rev. Mr. 
Latham, 

John and Mary Jones, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all 
of and at Providence, 

Dea. Sylvanus and Charlotte Carpenter, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Joseph P. and Susan L. Barrus, at Warren. 
Journal of 

Nancy, of Rev. David, and Alexander A. 
Seaver, of Holden, Mass., of and at Reho- 
both, 

Harriet, of John, and Ira Gray, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Sylvester S. and Eliza Luce, at Warren. 
Journal of 

Hannah and Col. Erastus P. Allen, both of 
and at Newport. Journal of 

Fanny B. and William G. Black, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Sophia, daughter of John, and George H. 
Hopkins, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
NEWTON John B. and Mary Peckham, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, Esq., at Newport. Journal 
of 

Capt. Simon, Jr., and Emily Pitman, of 
Thomas G., Esq., all of and at Newport, 
by Rev. Dr. Patten, 

Rev. Joel Worthington, professor at Andover 
College, Mass., and Azuba C. Ruggles, 
daughter of late Benjamin, Esq., both of 
and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 



April 5, 1825 

Oct. 23, 1826 

Feb. 8, 1827 

Sept. 21, 1829 

Nov. 23, 1823 

Jan. I, 1821 
May 20, 1822 

Dec. 4, 1822 

March 16, 1823 

April 29, 1823 

Oct. 23, 1826 

Oct. 25, 1825 

Nov. 23, 1826 

Jan. 29, 1827 

March 17, 1828 

Jan. 25, 1829 

Sept. 6, 1829 

Sept. 16, 1822 

July I, 1827 

June 3, 1829 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 



459 



NICHOLAS Ann and John S. Phillips, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict, all of and at Pawtucket, 
NICHOLS William and Anstress Cooper, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, 
Lucy M. and John C. Cady, both of Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, 
Maria Theresa and Capt. John Brown, both 

of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., by Rev. 

Mr. Cranston, 
Jonathan Bassett and Mary Ann Simmons, 

of late Jonathan, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Otis, of Rehoboth, and Betsey Walker, of 

Nehemiah, of Wellington, at Taunton, by 

Asa Danforth, P!sq., 
Lucinda, of Jonathan, of Providence, and 

Emanuel Jones, of Charleston, S. C, at 

Charleston. Journal of 
George and Sarah B. Gardiner, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, at South Kingstown, 
Juliana and Moses Cleveland, at Smithfield. 

Journal of 
Juliana and Moses Cleveland, at Smithfield. 

Journal of 
Sally and Thomas Andross, at I'reetown. 

Journal of 
Mary B. and Ray J. Watson, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Philip, of Rehoboth, and Rebecca W. Hor- 

ton, of Dighton, at Dighton, 
Galen, of Rehoboth, and Huldah Martin, of 

Capt. Stephen, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 

Taylor. Journal of 
Joseph D., of P'all River Village, and Parthe- 

nia D. Chace, of Richard, of Swansea, at 

Swanzey, by Elder Philip Slade, 
Dr. Benjamin and E. T. Spink, of Boone, all 

of and at Wickford, by Rev. Dr. Burge, 
Welcome, of Coventry, and Mrs. Wealthy 

Ann Ward, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, Esq., 
Samuel, of Providence, and Celia Budlong, 

daughter of Stephen, at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent, 
Helen M. W. and Abial Sherman, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev, Mr. Northup, 
Charlotte, daughter of Charles, formerly of 

Nantucket, and William A. Brown, pub- 
lisher of the Toilet, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Sanborn, 



March 20, 1822 

Sept. 13, 1820 

Oct. 8, 1820 

July 5, 1 82 1 

April 14, 1822 

Aug. 22, 1822 

May 3, 1824 
Sept. I, 1825 
Jan. 16, 1826 
Jan. 19, 1826 
April 3, 1826 
July 30, 1826 
Nov. 26, 1826 

April 9, 1827 

May 24, 1827 
June 28, 1827 

March 17, 1828 

June 22, 1828 
Sept. II, 1828 

Oct. 19, 1828 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



NICHOLS Julian and Horace B. Mowry, at 
Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq. Jour- 
nal of April 23, 1829 

NICKERLY Francis C, formerly of Newport, 
and Elizabeth Kendrick, of Liverpool, at 
Liverpool, Eng. Journal of July 30, 1827 

NICKERSON Leonard, of Seekonk, and Rhoda 
Small of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, Jan. 19, 1823 

Leonard and Lucy Small, at Seekonk. Jour- 
nal of June 12, 1826 
Leonard and Lucy Small, at Seekonk. Jour- 
nal of June 19, 1826 
Aseneth and Elisha Studley, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Patten, April 30, 1828 

Leonard and Choice Davis, at Pawtucket, May 4, 1828 

NIGER Alfred, of Saybrook, Ct., and Julia 

Bowen, of and at Providence, Nov. 4, 1827 

NIGHTINGALE Nancy, of Quincy, and James 
Allen, of Providence, at Quincy, Mass., by 
Rev. Mr. Whitman, '^ Sept. 8, 1820 

Samuel, Esq., and Eliza Rogers, of late John, 
Esq., all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, May 20, 1822 

NILES William and Harriet Janson, at Paw- 

tuxet. Journal of Nov. 16, 1820 

Mary and James Wilkinson, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft, all of and at Pawtucket, May i, 1823 

Hezekiah, Esq., editor of the Register, and 
Sally Ann Warner, of John, Esq., at Balti- 
more, Md. Journal of July 10, 1826 
Fidelia Esther, of Providence, and Joseph 

Luther, of Warren, April i, 1827 

NIXON William, of New Bedford, and Isabella 

Heathcote, at Boston. Journal of April 26, 1827 

NOAH M. M., editor of the N. Y. P:nquirer, and 

Rebecca Jackson, at New York, Nov. 29, 1827 

NOBLES Thomas and Zilpha Bennett, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, Nov. 7, 1821 

NOLEN Louisa, of Sutton, and Elder Elias Mc- 
Gregory, of Shrewsbury, at Sutton. Jour- 
nal of April 24, 1820 

NOLTON Martha S., of Shrewsbury, and Seth 
Follett, of Grafton, at Shrewsbury. Jour- 
nal of April 27, 1826 

NOONING Rebecca, eldest daughter of Jona- 
than, and William Bradford, all of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, Aug. 2, 1827 

NORTHAGE Caroline, of Montreal, and John 
Porteous, on board steamboat Congress. 
Journal of Aug. 10, 1820 



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461 



NORTHUM Bennett F. and Martha Stilhnan, 

at Wethersfield, Ct.. Journal of 
NORTH UP Abigail, of Cumberland, and Otis 

Lee, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Oliver R., of N. Kingstown, and Sarah E. 

Marshall, of Norwich, at latter place, by 

Rev. Mr. Strong. Journal of 
Waitey and Rev. William Northup, both of 

North Kingstown, at North Kingstown, 

by Rev. Mr. Hammond. 
Rev. William and Waitey Northup, both of 

North Kingstown, at North Kingstown, 

by Rev. Mr. Hammond, 
Susan, of Cumberland, and Ephraim Whip- 
ple, of Attleboro, at Valley Falls. Journal 

of 
Ruth and Jason Cowden, at Valley Falls. 

Journal of 
Diana and Charles S. Weaver, by Rev. Mr. 

Stone, at Coventry, 
Abby, of Newport, and David Fuller, of 

Dedham, at Providence, 
Mary Ann, of Central Falls, and Sirah Biz- 

zell, of Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Lucy and Joseph Gardiner, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Central Falls, 
Mercy Ann and William O. Gardiner, at Ap- 

ponaug, 
Eldredge and Lucy J. Maloy, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup. Jour- 
nal of 
Louisa E., daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Jo- 

siah Snow, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, 
NORMAN Prescilla, of late Moses, and Philip 

Stevens, at Newport. Journal of 
Capt. Richard and Rachal Peckham, of 

Thomas, Esq , at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Gammell, 
NORRIS Eliza B., of Bristol, and William G. 

Field, formerly of Boston, at Bristol. 

Journal of 
Mrs. Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Holman, 

Jr., and Capt. Benjamin King Church, of 

Bristol, at Salem, Mass. Journal of 
John, of Bristol, and Charlotte Norton, of 

and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham. 

Journal of 
Hezekiah, of Bristol, and Mary Ann Barker, 

of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering 



May 28, 1827 
Jan. 20, 1820 

Jan. 31, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

March 24, 1823 
May 8, 1823 
June I, 1823 
May 9, 1824 
July 3, 1825 
July 31, 1825 

March 30, 1828 

Aug. 25, 182 

May 21, 1829 
May II, 1820 

Sept. 5, 1825 

June 5, 1820 

March 11, 1822 

Sept. 20, 1824 
Aug. 8, 1826 



462 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

NORRIS Mary E. and Capt. Gersham Burr, at 

Bristol. Journal of Jan. it, 1827 

NORTON Eliza, of William, Esq., and Wheeler 
M. Blanding, of Bristol, at Tiverton, by- 
Rev. Mr. Peckham, May 27, 1821 
Benjamin H., publisher of Hartford Times, 
and Augusta Ware, of Boston, at Green- 
field. Journal of Aug. 12, 1824 
Charlotte, of Tiverton, and John Norris, of 
Bristol, at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Peck- 
ham. Journal of Sept. 20, 1824 
Sarah and Benjamin Foster, at Newport. 

Journal of Oct. 18, 1824 

Borden A. and Nancy Scott, of Harvey, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb, all of and at Providence, Oct. 6, 1825 

NOTT Rev. Handel G., of Dunstable, and Lydia 
Clarke Kingman, of Abner, of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, July 11, 1827 

NOURSE Sarah M., of Boston, and Gabriel E. 
Lewis, of Savannah, Ga., at Boston. Jour- 
nal of Nov. 2, 1829 

NO YES Lucy and James Howard, at Boston. 

Journal of May 21, 1827 

John M. and Abigail Varnum, both late of 
Newburyport, at Charlestown, Mass. 
Journal of Dec. 17, 1829 

NUTT Levi R., of Newbury, Vt., and Judith 
Howard, of Newburyport, Mass. Journal 
of Oct. 10, 1825 

NUTTING Lucinda and Abiather Baker, by 

Rev. Mr. Cobb, all of and at Taunton, Nov. 27, 1823 

NYE Hannah, of Jamestown, and Abraham 
H. Padelford, of Taunton, Mass., at Cov- 
entry, by Elisha Whitford, Esq. Journal 
of Dec. 19, 1822 

Zenus L. and Cynthia W. Peck, by George 

W. Peck, Esq., at Rehoboth, Oct. 23, 1825 



o 



OLDRIDGE Benjamin, native of Denmark, and 
Mary Gorton, of Uriah, at Newport. 
Journal of June 5, 1820 

Sarah Tillinghast, of Bristol, and Caleb 
Strong Washburn, of Raynham, at the 
Congregational Church, Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Mann. Journal of Oct. 3, 1825 



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463 



OLIVER Hannah, of Milford, Mass., and Simeon 
W. Barney, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Seamans, 
OLMSTED John and Mary Bull, at Hartford. 

Journal of 
OLNEY Samuel and Sarah Gorham, of late 
Jabez, all of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano. 
Journal of 

Lucinda, of Richard, and Charles J. Strat- 
ford, formerly of Boston, at O.xford, Mass. 
Journal of 

Lydia, of Dea. . and Tillinghast Shel- 
don, at Johnston. Journal of 

Phebe, of Dea. , and Paris Mathevvson, 

at Johnston. Journal of 

Capt. Stephen, of North Providence, and 
Mrs. Betsey DeBloise, of and at Johnston, 
by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Mary, of Scituate, and Clarke Sayles, of Glo- 
cester, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 

Mary T., of late Col. Jeremiah, and Samuel 
Carr, by Rev. Dr. Gano, all of and at Prov- 
idence, 

Zerviah L., of William, and Welcome B. Dar- 
ling, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

George, of North Providence, and Ann Eliz- 
abeth Thurber, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Susan, of Pllisha, Esq., of Smithfield, and 
Seth Adams, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Hannah P., of William P., Esq., and Joseph 
C. King, by Rev.Mr.Tatem. at Providence, 

George C. and Reuba Bennett, by Rev. Mr. 
Greene, all of and at Pawtucket, 

Jesse Newell and Julia Ann R. H.Wheaton, 
by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 

Abigail and Henry Gray, at North Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, 

Edward J. and Caroline Briggs, of Joseph, of 
Smithfield, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheeney, 

Amos Atwell, of Providence, and PZlizabeth 
Williams, of Simon, P^sq., at Dighton, by 
Rev. Mr. Cummings, 

Sarah and Talmerie Barnes, both of Fruit Hill, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

James N. and Frances Maria Stillwell, third 
daughter of Nicholas, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Alden, 



Sept. 21, 1828 
May 7, 1827 

Jan. 6, 1820 

Sept. II, 1820 
Jan. 6, 1822 
Jan. 6, 1822 

Feb. 3, 1822 
Dec. 25, 1822 

March 25, 1823 
Sept. 18, 1823 

May 23, 1824 

Dec. 22, 1824 
April 4, 1825 
Sept. 22, 1825 
Oct. II, 1825 
May 13, 1827 

Jan. I, 1828 

Oct. 2, 1828 
March 28, 1829 

Aug. 23, 182 



464 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

OLNEY Dr. Jeremiah W. and Maria Collins, 

daughter of Dr. Amos, by Stephen Burlin- 

game, Esq., at Cranston, Dec. 14, 1829 

OMAN Elizabeth, of William, and James' A. 

Greene, at Newport. Journal of Sept. 18, 1820 

O'Neil and William Wrixham Beecher, 

at Dublin. Journal of Feb. 3, 1820 

OPPENHEIMER Matilda, of London, and Dr. 

Francis Liebon, of Boston, at New York. 

Journal of Oct. 12, 1829 

ORCHARD Joseph W. and Maria Bowen, both 

of and at Providence, Oct. 22, 1822 

ORMSBEE Elizabeth, of Providence, and Otis 

Perry, of Killingly, Conn., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 4, 182 1 

Elizabeth and Isaac Sawin, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, P^eb. 25, 1822 

Sarah and Russell Clapp, all of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 15, 1822 
John, of Wickford, and Hannah T. Pearce, of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, April 24, 1823 

Josiah H. and Julia A. B. Warner, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, at Providence, Oct. 11, 1826 

George A., of Providence, and Catharine 

Cushman, of Woodstock, Conn., at Provi- 
dence, July I, 1827 
Capt. John H. and Susan C. Gladding, of 

Allen, all of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, July 15, 1827 

George W., of Providence, and Phebe V. 

Pitman, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Nov. 18, 1827 

Mrs. Mary and John Campbell, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Dec. 9, 1827 

Mrs. Mary and Joshua Reynolds, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Dec. 9, 1827 

Mary, of Providence, and Robert Chace, of 

Somerset, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Phillips, May 27, 1829 

Caroline, daughter of late Elijah, and Job 

Luther, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Phillips, Oct. 15, 1829 

ORNE Hannah and Gideon Gray, at Bristol, Dec. i, 1826 

ORPIN Susan and Joseph Thompson, at Nan- 
tucket. Journal of Aug. .24, 1829 
ORRELL Hannah T., of Warwick, and Samuel 

Smith, of Providence, at Warwick, by Re\^ 

Mr. Tatem, Jan. 4, 1829 

ORSWELL Martha and Hezekiah Willard, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Sept. 2, 1827 



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465 



OSBORNE William and Ruth Hambly, both of 
and at Tiverton. Journal of 
Ambrose, of Springfield, and Susan Cargill, 

of and at Cumberland, 
Thomas, Jr., of Tiverton, and Elizabeth S. 
Hambley, of and at Portsmouth, by Rev. 
Mr. Cole. Journal of 

OSBORN William and Adelia A. Baker, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

OSGOOD Lydia B. and George Bucklin, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

OTIS James W., Esq., of Taunton, and Martha 
Crapon Church, eldest daughter of Will- 
iam, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes 

OTTERSo'n John V. and Hannah Phillips, at 
Bristol. Journal of 

OUTRAM Ann, only daughter of late David 
Hinckley, of Boston, and William Gill 
Hodgkinson, of Nottinghamshire, Eng., at 
Boston. Journal of 

OWEN Ruth, of Thomas, and Duty Evans, all 
of and at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Hunt, 
Hannah, of Solomon, of Glocester, and 
Henry P'ressell, of Woodstock, Ct., at 
Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Hunt, 

OXX Samuel and Hannah Haywood, at New- 
port. Journal of 
Harriet, of William, formerly of Bristol, and 
William Horswell, of Providence, at New- 
port. Journal of 
Sarah Ann and Lewis Bosworth, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Rebecca H., daughter of Samuel, of New- 
port, and Moses Lawton, of Portsmouth, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Van Vleck, 

OYTEIN Mary Ann and Charles Kimball, Esq., 
at Ipswich. Journal of 



Oct. 31, 1822 
May 28, 1826 

March 26, 1827 
Nov. 10, 1828 
Nov. 29, 1827 

Jan. 4, 1825 
July II, 1822 

Oct. 23, 1826 
Feb. 18, 1821 

Feb. 22, 1821 
Sept. 25, 1820 

Jan. 30, 1826 
March 19, 1829 

Oct. 5, 1829 
Nov. 26, 1829 



PABODIE Alden and Naomi Burnett, by Rev. 

Mr. Murdock, at Canterbury, Conn., Sept. 14, 1826 



466 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PADELFORD John, of Norfolk, Va., and Miss 

Esther Dana, of Payton, of Providence, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 12, 1821 

Elisha and Phebe Jones, all of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1821 
Abraham H.. of Taunton, Mass., and Han- 
nah Nye, of Jamestown, at Coventry, by 

Elisha Whitman, Esq. Journal of Dec. 19, 1822 

Edward and Elizabeth Louisa Farnum, at 

Savannah, Ga., Nov. 11, 1823 

PACKARD Mrs. Roxanna, formerly of Provi- 
dence, now of Cumberland, and Alexander 

Barney, of said town, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 30, 1819 

Abigail W. and David Cobb, Jr., both of 

North Bridgew^ter. Journal of Jan. 9, 1823 

Royal, of Providence, formerly of Bridgewa- 

ter, and Elvira Bowen, of late Wheaton 

Bowen, of Rehoboth, at Warren, Nov. 27, 1825 

Henry A., of Amherst, Mass., and Lucy Ar- 
nold, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Jan. 25, 1827 

Susan C, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of North 

Kingstown, and William G. Bowen, Esq., 

of East Greenwich, at Wickford, by Rev. 

Mr. Burgee, Dec. 4, i 828 

PAGE Elizabeth W., of Capt. Benjamin, and 

Lieut. Henry F. P>ans, U. S. Regt. of Lt. 

Artillery, at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, Jan. 24, 1820 

Lydia and George W. Sprague, both of 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, Oct. 26, 1820 

Mary Stephens and William Aplin, Esq., 

both of Providence, at St. John's Church, 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Nov. 19, 1820 

Dorcas S., of Stephen, of Glocester, and Will- 
iam W. Arnold, of Warwick, at Glocester, Nov. 21, 1820 
Lucia, of Stephen, of Glocester, and James 

B. Arnold, of Warwick, at Glocester, by 

Rev. Mr. White, Dec. 9, 1824 

Mary Rhodes, of Capt. Martin, and Horace 

Buffum, by Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at 

Providence, Oct. 3, 1826 

PAINE Polly, youngest daughter of Dr. Joseph, 

and Duty Baker, at Smithfield, Jan. 23, 1820 

Celinda, of William, and Smith W. Latham, 

at Smithfield. Journal of April 24, 1 820 

Jonathan, of Smithfield, aged 70 years, and 

Lucretia Thornton, of Johnston, aged 26 

years, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Dec. 25, 1820 



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467 



PAINE Arnold, Esq., and Martha Baker, both 
of and at Glocester, by John Hawkins, 
Esq., 

Joanna and Levi Barnes, both of and at 
Smithfield, 

Walter, Jr., and Sophia Field Taylor, of An- 
drew, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and 
at Providence, 

Nancy and Noah P. Hathaway, both of Free- 
town, at Newport. Journal of 

Sarah, of Jonathan, of Glocester, and Ar_ 
thur Latham, of and at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Daniel and Sarah Brown, of John, Esq., at 
Little Compton. Journal ot 

George Washington, of Smithfield, and 
Waitey W. Ballard, of Burrillville, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Wakefield, 

Capt. Comfort, of Providence, and Betsey 
Paine Fales, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Mann, 

Jefferson Burr and Mary Ann Clarke, of late 
Stephen, of Attleboro, at Smithfield, 

George A., of Freetown, and Ann Spencer, 
of Ephraim, of and at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Manchester, 

Mary Ann and Charles H. Franklin, at Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, 

Eliza v., of P'reetown, and Benjamin R. Cot- 
ton, of Seekonk, at PVeetown, by Rev. Mr. 
Taylor, 

Maria and Varnum Seamans, at Smithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq., 
PALMER Mary and Capt. Owen Grinnell, at 
Little Compton, by Rev. Dr. Sheperd, 

Matilda, of Danby, Vt., and Seneca Hill, for- 
merly of Smithfield, at Danby, 

Esther H., of Gen. Stephen, and Alfred 
Whalley, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Atwood, 
of Mansfield, Mass., at Ashford, Ct., 

Samuel, formerly of Providence, and Caroline 
A. Dexter, ot and at Darien, Ga., 

Cynthia H., of Stafford Springs, and James 
Smalley, of Providence, at Stafford Springs, 
by Rev. Mr. Smith, 

Hannah and Neal Woodman, at Fall River, 
PARK Adams and Nancy T. Carpenter, at 
Valley Falls, 



March 3, 1822 
July 24, 1823 

Sept. 23, 1823 
April 26, 1824 

Jan. I, 1824 
July 28, 1825 

Aug. 7, 1825 

Nov. 9, 1825 
March 4, 1827 

March 18, 1827 
April 15, 1827 

Aug. 19, 1827 

Jan. 4, 1829 

May 29, 1820 

July 4, 1822 

Nov. 5, 1823 
Feb. 21, 1826 



Oct. 12, 1826 
Nov. 8, 1829 

Sept. 29, 1828 



468 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PARKER Lydia P., of South Reading,and James 
B. Emerson, of Providence, at South Read- 
ing, by Rev. Mr. Emerson. Journal of 

Ebenezer, of Boston, and Celia Kingman, of 
Abner, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
liams, 

Sally, of Boston, and George W. Vinton, of 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mace, 

Joseph, of Baltimore, Md., and Hope Grafton, 
only daughter of Rev. Joseph, at Newton. 
Journal of 

Hannah H., of Joshua, and Ebenezer Clarke, 
all of and at Newport, 

Francis Ann and Content F. Minns, at Bos- 
ton. Journal of 

Peleg P. and Eliza Gorton, of Newport, at 
Central P"alls, 

William H. and Maria Tallman, both of New 
Bedford, at Newport, 

Lucretia Button, daughter of Ebenezer, 
Esq., and Lieut. John R. Vinton, formerly 
of Providence, U. S. Army, at Boston, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 

John Henry, of Norwich, and Betsey Matilda 
Walker, of Foster, R. I., at Griswold, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Bliss, 

Davis, of Boston, and Mary Smith Spalding, 
of Providence, at St. Michael's Church, 
Bristol. Journal of 
PARKERSON Eliza A., of James, Esq., of Cov- 
entry, and James C. Greene, of East Green- 
wich, at Coventry, by Rev. Jonathan 
Smith, 

Benoni and Ruby O. Martin, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
PARKS Maria and David Parmenter, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
PARMENTER Mrs. Anna, aged 75 years, and 
Benjamin Roper, aged 76 years, at Prince- 
ton, N. J. Journal of 

Luke and Mary Ann Foster I'itcher, of 
Earned, by Rev. Mr. Taft, at St. Paul's 
Church, Pawtucket, 

Jonathan C, Jr., editor of the Literary Cadet, 
and Sarah P. Mason, all of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

David and Maria Parks, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
PARR Lyman S. and Eliza Pratt, of Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 



Sept. 10, 182 1 

Aug. 30, 1822 

Oct. 14, 1822 

Oct. 21, 1822 
Nov. 4, 1824 
July 14, 1825 
Oct. 28, 1827 
May 30, 1 828 

Oct. 3, 1829 
Nov. I, 1829 
Nov. 5, 1829 

May 12, 1822 

Sept. 13, 1827 

March 19, 1829 

June 8, 1826 

Aug. 23, 1826 

Jan. 28, 1828 

March 19, 1829 

April 21, 1828 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-MARRIAGES 469 

PARROTT Sophia S. and Job Williams, Esq., 

both of Pomfret, Ct. Journal of May 15, 1826 

PARRY Elias and Content Smith, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Oct, 6, 1823 

William Edward, R. N., the celebrated voy- 
ager, and Isabella Louisa Stanley, fourth 
daughter of Sir John, at Alderly Church, 
by Rev. Edward Stanley, uncle of the 
bride. Journal of Dec. 14, 1826 

PARSONS Usher, M. D., of Providence, and 
Mary Holmes, of Rev. Dr. Holmes, of and 
at Cambridge, Mass., by Rev. Dr. Holmes, Sept. 23, 1822 

Theophilus, Esq., of Taunton, and Catharine 
Amory Chandler, at Petersham, Mass. 
Journal of May 19, 1823 

Mary, of Northampton, and Nathaniel Gor- 
ham, Esq., of Canandaigua, N. Y., at North- 
ampton. Journal of Jan. 29, 1827 
PATCH Sally and Stephen Wright, after a court- 
ship of 13 years, at Hollis, N. H., April 21, 1822 
PATT Deborah, of Benjamin, of Cumberland, 
and Ansel Carpenter, of Attleboro, at 
former place, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1820 

Lydia and Capt. Ezra Kent, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, June 17, 1822 

Adiann and Joseph Walker, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 8, 1822 

Jabil and Sarah Hunt, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct. 19, 1822 

William N., of Scituate, and Alzada Steere, 
of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Knight, July i, 1827 

Robey and Philip Peck, Jr., both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 9, 1827 

PATTEN Hattie S. and John L. Munro, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 22, 1820 

Col. William S. and Eliza W. Brigham, of 
Hon. Samuel W., all of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 28, 1827 

Elizabeth and Josiah Moore, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 23, 1827 

PATTERSON Major Flavel and Mrs. Nancy 
Phillips, daughter of Pardon, of and at Scit- 
uate. Journal of March 15, 1824 

Hannah D., of Smithfield, and Philip A. 
Slade, of North Providence, at Smithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq., Aug. 15, 1824 

PAUL Mrs. Pembroke and Rev. Thomas Camp- 
bell. He had attended the funeral of his 



470 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PAUL: 

first wife in the morning and married his 

second in the evening of the same day, at 

Missouri. Journal of Dec. 23, 1822 

Gilbert, of Tiverton, and Mercy L. Shaw, of 

and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton. 

Journal of May 22, 1823 

PAULL Milton and Sybil Burt, at Taunton. 

Journal of Jan. 12, 1824 

. Jane and James Russell, printer, both of and 

at Philadelphia, " Oct. 20, 1825 

PAULDING Jane, of Johnston, and John W. 

Hicki-, of North Providence, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, March 29, 1829 

PAYSON Mrs. Mary G., of Smithfield, and Jere- 
miah G. Young, of Coventry, at Pawtucket, Dec. 24, 1826 
PEABODIE Sarah A. and John Manchester, Jr., 

both of Providence, at Bristol, Nov. 23, 1828 

PEABODY Emily C., of Hampden, Me., and 

William Everett, Jr., of Attleboro, at 

Hampden, Me. Journal of Oct. 30, 1823 

Benjamin and Abigail Clarke, of late Henry 

S., at Newport. Journal of Aug. 8, 1825 

John and Susan Waite, of Capt. Beriah, at 

Newport. Journal of June 12, 1826 

Phebe Ann, daughter of late William, of Mid- 

dletown, and Christopher Clarke, of South 

Kingstown, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, May 25, 1829 
William B. and Lydia Brayman, of David, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, June 7, 1829 

PEALE Ann C., daughter of James, and William 

Stoughton, D. D., at Philadelphia. Jour- 
nal of Sept. 7, 1829 
PEARCE Thomas and Mary Ann Chappotin, at 

St. Michael's Church, Bristol, by Rev. Dr. 

Griswold, Eeb. 15, 1820 

Sally and Samuel Reynolds, 2d, at Congre- 
gational Church, Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Mann, Sept. 29, 1822 

Nathaniel, Jr., and Lemira L. Talbot, at Wel- 
lington, Mass., by George W. Peck, Esq., Dec. 21, 1822 
Nathaniel, Jr., and Lemira L. Talbot, at 

Wellington, Dec. 22, 1822 

Aurelia P., of Robert, of Providence, and 

James S. Murray, of Camden, S. C, at 

Philadelphia, April 22, 1823 

Hannah T., of Newport, and John Ormsbee, 

of Wickford, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Webb, April 24, 1823 

Thomas and Mary Howland, by Rev. Mr. 

White, all of and at Bristol. Journal of Jan. 5, 1824 



PROVIDENCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 



471 



PEARCE George, of Berkeley, and Betsey 

Hathaawy, of and at Freetown, April i8, 1824 

William and Jane N. Phillips, by Rev. Mr. 

Greene, at Valley Falls, May 9, 1824 

Rev. Preserved and Mrs. Nancy Gushing, by 

Caleb Chace, Esq., all of and at Rehoboth, May 10, 1824 
John, Jr., and Mary T. Haile, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 2, 1825 

Ann, daughter of Col. Joseph, of Little 

Compton, and Thomas Records, of West- 
port, at Little Compton. Journal of March 6, 1826 
Capt. C. B. and Martha W. Gladding, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, all of and at Providence, May i, 1826 

Lewis B., of Warren, and Sarah Ann Alger, 

of late Preserved, of and at Bristol, Sept. 3, 1826 

Mary Ann, of Pawtucket, and John C. Snow, 

of the Post Office, Providence, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. i, 1827 
Mary W., of Earl D., and Samuel Congdon, 

all of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Gano, Aug. 28, 1827 

Edward and Harriet Bullock, eldest daugh- 
ter of Richmond, Esq., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1827 

Sarah, only daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, and 

William P. Bullock, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Dec. 11, 1827 
Jeremiah W., of Swanzea, and Sarah Shove, 

at Berkeley. Journal of April 13, 1829 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Smith, and Sam- 
uel Carpenter, both of and at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 25, 1829 

Hon. Dutee J., Member of Congress, and 

Harriet Boss, daughter of late John L., 

Esq., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Dec. 2, 1829 

PEARSON Daniel C, of Providence, and Nancy 

Bugby, of Thomas, of Woodstock, Conn., 

at Woodstock, Conn., Jan. 23, 1820 

Bennett and Elizabeth Phillips, at Valley 

Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, March 2, 1823 

Abraham, of Greenwich, N. Y., and Betsey 

Gate, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Feb. 8, 1824 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Col. Samuel, of 

Providence, and Capt. William Comstock, 

of Steamboat Fulton, at New York, by 

Rev. Mr. Romeyn, Sept. 19, 1824 

William C, of New York, and Mary Earle, 

of late Capt. Oliver, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Gano, Nov. 8, 1826 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PEARSON Mary and Thomas Lewis, at New- 

buryport. Journal of 
Lieut. George F"., U. S. Navy, and Ellen 

Jackson, at Newburyport. Journal of 
PEIRSON Mrs. and Silvertop, at 

New Castle, Eng.; each had been married 

twice before ; the husbands' ages were ist, 

32, 2d 60, 3d 84 ; wife, 1st 16, 2d 34, 3d 42. 
PEASE , of Rev. Dr. , and Rev. Elam 

Clarke, at Suffield, Conn., 
Major Lemuel, Jr., of Westerly, and Mary 

Ann Stotes, by Rev. Mr. Hart, at Ston- 

ington, 
Asa, of New Bedford, and Lydia B. Brown, 

of late Elisha, of Tiverton, at Tiverton, 
PECK Jesse F. and Matilda Tingley, of Samuel, 

of Attleboro, Mass., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Betsey, of Gideon, of Rehoboth, and Aaron 

T. Mason, of Attleboro, by Samuel Bul- 
lock, Esq., at Rehoboth, 
Betsey, of Gideon, of Rehoboth, and Aaron 

Mason, of Attleboro, at Rehoboth. Journal 

of 
Joseph and Mrs. Nancy Peck, daughter of 

William Martin, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Pitman. Journal of 
Mrs. Nancy, daughter of William Martin, 

and Joseph Peck, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Pitman. Journal of 
Lepha B. and Zeba Bliss, at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Mr. Thompson, 
Margaret and Matthew Campbell, of See- 

konk, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, 
Joseph B., of Providence, and Bethiah Clark, 

of Smithfield, at Valley Falls, Smithfield, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Jemima Gorham and Benjamin Wardwell 

Bradford, at St. Michael's Church, Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Betsey and Capt. James French, Jr., by 

Allen Hunt, Esq., at Seekonk, 
Edmund, Jr., and Peddy Peck, both of and 

at Rehoboth, 
Peddy and Edmund Peck, Jr., both of and at 

Rehoboth, 
Capt. Edwin, and Martha Burr, of Caleb H. 

Esq., by Rev. Mr. Thompson, all of and 

at Rehoboth, 
Ann Eliza and Ebenezer S. Day, by the Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, at Providence, 



May 7, 1827 
Sept. 28, 1829 



May 19, 1824 

Dec. 29, 1825 
Oct. 16, 1826 

Feb. 10, 1820 

March 6, 1820 

March 27, 1820 

March 30, 1820 

March 30, 1820 
April 6, 1820 
May 17, 1 821 

Sept. 30, 1 82 1 

Oct. 24, 1821 
July 28, 1822 
Oct. 27, 1822 
Oct. 27, 1822 

Dec. 2, 1822 
Dec. 30, 1822 



PROVIDEKCE JOURNAL— MARRIAGES 473 

PECK Dr. William, of Providence, and June 

Thane, of and at Hillsdale, N. Y., by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. Journal of June 2, 1823 

Lydia and John Calder, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

all of and at Providence, June 5, 1823 

Ruth, of Providence, and Rev. Wilbur Fiske, 

of Vermont, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker, June 9, 1823 

George H. and Nancy Sweet, youngest 

daughter of Gideon, by Rev. Mr. Ede.s, all 

of and at Providence, June 12, [823 

Billings and Deliah H. Goff, by George W. 

Peck, Esq., at Rehoboth, Jan. 9, 1825 

Cynthia W. and Zenus L. Nye, by George 

W. Peck, Esq., at Rehoboth, Oct. 23, 1825 

Rev. Solomon, formerly of Providence, pro- 
fessor in Amherst College, and Sarah E. 

R. Hooker, of and at Amherst, by Rev. 

Prof. Murdock. Journal of May 22, 1826 

William, Jr., and Elizabeth Phillips, of War- 
wick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, June 25, 1826 
Stephen and Mary Sylvester, of Joseph, by 

Rev. Mr. Monro, all of and at Bristol, Oct. 28, 1826 

Ann and Wilbour Wheaton, at Pawtucket. 

Journal of Nov. 30, 1826 

Caleb and Betsey Kendall, of Cheever, Esq., 

of Maine, at Cumberland. Journal of Nov. 30, 1826 

Mary Spurr, of Benjamin, 2d, and Esek Al- 

drich, Jr., by Rev. Mr. Pickering, all of and 

at Providence, May 9, 1827 

Amelia M., of Albany. N. Y., and M. H. 

Read, of New Haven, Ct., at Albany, May 19, 1827 

Sally, of Pawtucket, and Peter Wood, of Prov- 
idence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Daniel 

Greene, June 8, 1827 

Almira, of Isaac, of Providence, and William 

P. Allen, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, July 9, 1827 

Philip, Jr., and Robey Patt, both of Smith- 
field, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 9, 1827 
William, of Seekonk, and Sarah T. Hatch, 

daughter of Solomon, of and at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 17, 1827 

Mrs. Lydia, of Seekonk, and Harvey French, 

of Providence, at Seekonk, by Rev, Mr. 

Barney, Nov. 29, 1827 

Mrs. Bethiah, of Providence, and Peleg Peck, 

of Scituate, by Rev. Allen Brown, Dec. 2, 1827 

Peleg, of Scituate. and Mrs. Bethiah Peck, of 

Providence, by Rev. Allen Brown, Dec. 2, 1827 



474 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PECK Keziah and Solomon Peck, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Jan. 6, 1828 

Solomon ind Keziah Peck, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Jan. 6, 1828 

Martha W., daughter of late George W., 
Esq., and Christopher C. Dana, of Taun- 
ton, at Rehoboth. Journal of Feb. 28, 1828 

Mary, eldest daughter of Cromwell, and 
James Chace Davis, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 1828 

Henry and Mary Talbot, both of and at Fall 

River, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Sept. 30, 1829 

Calvin and Hannah Cooper, at Providence, 

by R