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Yital Record of Rhode Island. 

1636=18^0. 

RIRST SERIES. 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 



A Family Register for the People. 



By James N. Arnold, 

Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register. 



"Is Nly Name ^AAritter^ in the Book: of Life?' 



VOL. XVII 



Providence Phenix, Providence Patriot, and 
Columbian Phenix — Marriages — A to R 

Published under the auspices of the General Assembly. 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. : 

NARRAGANSETT HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

1908. 



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LIBRARY of OONi 
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WIAY 6 1908 

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COPYRIGHTED IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS 

AT WASHINGTON, FEB. 27, 1908. 

CLASS A. XXC. No. 200186. 



INTRODUCTION. 



It is with a great amount of pleasure and satisfaction that the 
compiler of the Vital Record of Rhode Island presents the 
Seventeenth volume, which we believe will prove as interesting 
as have the previous volumes of the series. The Newspapers from 
which these marriages were taken were the first Democratic papers 
of the State. 

The General Assembly have again in their wisdom and judg- 
ment extended to this volume their usual courtesy. The usual 
favors have been extended us in the gathering of information, for 
which we extend our thanks. 

Again we feel proud to acknowledge the receipt of kind words 
and encouragement from our many friends and from the real 
scholars who can speak from knowledge and experience. Our am- 
bition is to so continue our conduct as to be .still worthy the future 
continuance of these favors. 

Please bear in mind that the dates herein given, if preceded 
by the name of the newspaper, mean that the marriage given is 
announced in that issue ; otherwise the real date of the said mar- 
riage is given. 

It is gratifying in one sense of the term, if not in another, to 
be able to announce that the six earlier volumes of this series have 
become so scarce as to be held at a premium. It is pleasant to 
note the demand that is being made for them. 

We close by trusting our readers will find their usual pleasure 
while perusing this, our latest volume. 



CONTENTS 



MAILIilAOES 

Providence Phenix, Providence Patriot and Columbian 
Phenix : Letters A to R. 



INDBX 



Note :— Page 167. Carter, Mary Ann. This is correct. William W., the next marriage 
following, should be Carpenter like the rest on this page with above exception, and all 
the rest falling on next page down to Carr, on page 169. The reader will mark his 
copy accordingly. The same remarks apply to page 368, where Hull should be Hill. 



459, 476. 
38, 68, 308, 329, 



Abbey, 23. 

Abbott, 23, 164, 291. 

Abbottsford, Eng., 409. 

Abell, 23. 

Abington, Mass., 372, 439. 

Aborn, 23. 

Academy, Bridgewater, Mass., 

276, 588. 
Academy, Warren, R. I., 481, 

569. 
Actress, 216, 486. 
Adalaide, 25. 
Addison, 25, 
Adam, 25. 
Adams, 25, 

468, 565. 
Adams, Mass., 176, 403, 589, 

590. 
Adamsville, R. I., 129, 362, 463. 
Adie, 26. 

Adjutant General of Mass., 546. 
Admiral, 508. 
Admiral, a Rear, 248, 269. 
Admiral, a Vice, 347. 
Advertiser, the Daily, 273, 340. 
Advertiser, New Haven, Ct.,252. 
Advocate, The, 108, 571. 
Advocate, The Commonwealth, 

230. 
Aegus, The National, 102, 336, 

358, 593- 
Affairs, Charge de, 395, 513. 
Agent, 20, 52, 491. 
Agnacate, W. I., 109. 
Ailman, 27. 
Aiken, 27, 487. 
Ainsworth, 27. 



Air, 27. 

Alabama, 551. 

Albany, N. Y., 52, 82, 106, 153, 
193, 293, 306, 308, 358, 368, 
394, 417-440, 458. 469, 483, 
496, 543- 

Albany, N. Y., Argus, 26, 223. 

Albany, N. Y., Circus, 483. 

Albee, 27. 

Albemarle, Co., Va., 360, 505. 

Albertson, 27. 

Albion, R. I., 433, 468. 

Albion, R. I., Mills, 78, 94, 104, 

'33 

Albro, 27. 

Alden, 28, 59,70,343,418,520, 

543- 
Alderson, 28. 
Aldolphe, 28. 
Aldrich, 28. 
Alexander, 31. 
Alexandria, S. C, 174, 365. 
Alexandria, Va., 159, 241, 314. 
Alfreton, Eng., 371, 523. 
Alger, 32. 
Algers, 32. 
Allard, 32. 
Allen, 32, 35, 36, 37, 59, 61, 62, 

72, 142, 174, 206, 292, 299, 

335. 346, 351. 360, 406, 438, 

464, 479, 512, 567. 
Alley, 38. 
Allton, 35. 
AUyn, 35. 
Allsboro, 39. 
Aimy, 39, 319, 353. 594- 
Alsop, 40. 
Alverson, 40. 
Ambassador, American, 225, 268. 



Amboyneau, 40. 
Ambrose, 40. 

Ameliasburg, U. C, 67, 595 
American Ambassador, 225, 268. 
American Army, 363, 481. 
American Consul, 334. 
American Institute, 334, 571. 
American Minister, 352, 531, 592, 

594. 597- 
American Minister to Chili, 36. 
American, the, 204, 314. 
American, the Rhode Island, 

399. 464- 
American, the, Traveler, 558, 

564. 
Ames, 40, 368. 
Amesbury, 41, 41, 58, 155, 166, 

290, 416. 
Amherst, Mass., 61, 108, 202, 

317. 524- 
Amherst, Mass., College, 249. 
Amherst, Mass., College, Prof. 

in, 379, 538. SI I, 596. 
Ammidon, 41. 
Amory, 41. 
Anderson, 41. 

Andover, Countess of, 248, 269. 
Andover, Mass., 23, 250, 271, 

379. 538, 543. 557- 
Andrews, 42. 
Andros, 44. 
Angell, 44, 332, 411. 
Angell Place, Eng., 508, 571. 
Angevine, 48. 
Angier, 48. 
Annapolis, Md., 354. 
Annis, 48. 

Antigua, W. I., 440, 594. 
Anti Masonic, 351. 
Ant) Masonic Martyr, 495. 
Anti Universalist, 68. 
Anthenie, no, 187. 
Anthony, 48, 235, 306, 507, 

576, 598. 
Antonides, 51. 
Aplin, 51. 
Appleby, 51. 
Appleton. 51, 202. 
Apponaug, R. I., 59, 306, 516, 

578. 



Ara, 52. 

Arch Bishop of Baltimore, Md., 

108. 
Arch Diocese, 229. 
Archer, 52. 

Argus, Albany, N. Y., 26, 223. 
Argus, Georgia, 361, 599. 
Arkwright, R. I., 207. 
Armington, 52. 
Armistead, 52. 
Arms, 52. 
Armstrong, 53. 
Army, American, 481. 
Army, British, 481. 
Army, Continental, 481. 
Army, F"rench, 441. 
Army, Imperial, 243. 
Army, United States, 65, 78, 97, 

140, 161, 238, 252, 273, 302, 

308, 333. 35'. 354. 370, 371. 

395, 421, 434.459. 467,473, 

482, 485, 496, 502, 509, 529, 

568, 574. 
Arnold, 53, 76, 131, 231, 290, 

301,408,484, SSI, 564. 
Aronians, 62. 
Artillery, Royal, 73. 
Artillery, United States, 444, 

473- 

Artillery, United States, Lieut. 
of, 99, 126, 

Artillery, United States, Regi- 
ment of, 525. 

Arthur, 62. 

Ary, 62. 

Ash, 62. 

Ashburner, 62. 

Ashburnham, N. H., 369, 494. 

Asbury Missionary Institute, 
252. 370. 

Ashby Mass., 171, 361. 

Ashford, Ct., 59, in, 137, 200, 
236, 237, 265, 307, 345, 394, 
41 S, 449. 544. 586. 

Ashford, Vt., 230, 442. 

Ashley, 62. 

Ashton, 63. 

Aspinwall, 63. 

Assonet, Mass., 109, no, 293. 

Assonet, Mass., Village, 357. 



INDEX 



Athens, Fair Maid of, lOi, 493. 
Athens, Greece, 101, 493. 
Athens, New York, 40, 181, 407, 

563- 

Athern, 63. 

Atherton, 63. 

Atkins, 63, loi, 216, 227, 248, 
323, 385. 566. 

Atkinson, 63. 

Attleboro, Mass., 23, 27, 33. 34 
35. 53. 54. 57. 63. 66, 74, 75, 
yy, 84, 85, 89, 98, 102, 103 
104, 106, (16, 118, 123, 124 
126, 127, 132, 133, 143, 144 
146, 147, 148, 149. 152, 153 
154, 161. 162, 166, 167, 168 
169, 173. 189, 191, 195. 198 
199, 215, 218, 224, 225, 227 
228, 229, 230, 231, 236, 239 
253, 266, 270, 271, 274, 275 
277, 286, 287, 295, 296, 297 
300, 306, 307, 308, 320, 338 
34'. 342. 344. 347. 349, 355 
356, 358. 361. 362, 368, 375 
376, 381, 383. 387, 393, 395 
39t), j97. 398. 403. 406, 408 
418, 420, 422, 424, 427, 440 
442, 445, 446, 452. 453. 458 
459, 470, 47 r, 472, 474, 475 
480, 481, 485, 487, 488, 490 
492, 497, 499. 504. 5 '5. 525 
526, 527. 531. 532. 533. 537: 
538, 544. 545. 550, 551. 552 
565. 572, 575. 576,582, 583 
587, 589. 590. 595- 

Attorney at Law, 25, 26, 28, S7 
57, 68, 84. 87, 92, 96, 105 
108, 113, 114. 129, 130, 150 
193, 194, 202, 213, 217, 218 
227, 228, 245, 260, 270, 290 
291. 293. 325. 332. 334. 443 
352. 366. 370, 372, 375' 384 
392. 394.397,402, 4 '3, 426 
434, 439, 457. 480, 484. 495 
497. 503. 508, 509, 510, 531. 
55'. 554. 569. 583. 584. 588. 

Attorney, U. S., for Mass., 102, 

495- 
Atwater, 63. 
Atwell, 63. 



Atwood, 64. 
Auboyneau, 65. 
Auchmuty, 65. 
Auchterfardle, 65. 
Auditor of Treasury, 241, 440. 
Augusta, Ga., 102, 112, 163, 171, 
288, 296, 330, 361, 390, 443, 

477. 557. 571. 597. 599- 
Augusta, N. Y., 157, 479. 
Auld, 65. 

Austerlitz, N. H., 336, 342. 
Austin, 65, 434, 531. 
Austria, Emperor of, 182, 298. 
Averell, 65. 
Averill, 65. 
Avery, 65. 
Ayde, 66. 
Aylesworth, 66. 

B 

Babbett, 66. 

Babbitt, 66. 

Babcock, 66. 

Babsun, 67. 

Bache, 67. 

Bacheler, 68. 

Bachellor, 68. 

Bachus, 68. 

Bacon, 68, 44, 512. 

Badger, 69. 

Bagg, 69. 

Baggett, 69. 

Baggs, 69. 

Bagley, 69. 

Bailey, 69, 347. 37°, 4'4. 5o6. 

Baker, 70, 34.55,56.67,72,82, 
83, 85, 90, 92, 97, 103, 105. 
120, 127, 134. 148, 152, 153 
154, 158, 183, 184, 185, 197, 
213, 214, 221, 244, 25^, 254, 
264, 265, 283, 293,296, 314, 
321, 328, 345, 355. 363, 368, 
378. 389. 392, 404. 430. 452, 
454, 455. 463. 469. 475, 481, 
492, 496, 504, 522, 531, 533, 
537. 541, 548.553. 554. 560, 
570, 575, 579. 584. 587. 595. 
597- 

Baldwin, yj. 

Balch, 73. 



Balcom, 74. 

Balkcom, 74. 

Ball, 74- 

Ballard, 75. 

Ballock, 75. 

Ballon, 75, 88, 501. 

Baltimore, Md., 34, 36, 40, 81, 
96, 108, 123, 139, 143. 163, 
180, 184, 216, 240, 249, 286, 
289, 290, 296, 297, 301, 311, 
314. 317,321, 323- 335, 338, 
340, 347, 354. 363- 366, 374, 
378, 3^3, 384. 393, 401, 407, 
461;, 466, 470, 489, 492, 506, 
514, 528, 529-531, 542, 543, 
548, 553, 563-565, 571, 575, 
583, 587- 588, 591, 596. 

Baltimore, Arch Bishop of. 108. 

Baltimore, Md., Patriot, 347. 

Bamfield, 73. 

Bancroft, 73, 96, 103, 406. 

Bangor, Me., 151, 308, 596. 

Bangs, 73, 394. 

Bank, 73. 

Bank, Fall River, no. 

Bank, Lexington, Ky., 121. 

Bank, U. S. Branch, 343. 

Bank, Warren, R. I., 183. 

Banker, 486. 

Banker, English, 216. 

Banks. 73. 

Bannister, 73. 

Baptist Church, 45, 429, 517. 

Baptist Church, Cranston, R. I., 
424. 

Barbarin, 78. 

Barber, 78. 

Barclay, 78. 

Bardine, 78. 

Barker, 78, 132, 472, 477. 

Barlow, 78. 

Barnaby, 81. 

Barnard, 81. 

Barnett, 81. 

Barnes, 81. 

Barney, 82, 36, 37, 52, 72, 98, 
164, 138, 139, 142, 148, 178, 
196, 199, 268, 271, 288, 298, 
306, 321, 393, 395, 396,408, 
485, 539, 554- 



Barneyville, Mass., 83, 534. 
Barnstable, Mass., 26, 34, 43, 
72, 222, 333, 371, 453, 503, 

523- 

Barnum, 84. 

Barnwell, 84. 

Baron, 84. 

Barr, 84. 

Barratt, 84. 

Barre, Mass., 161, 296, 588. 

Barrett. 84. 

Barrmgton, R. I., 27, 32, 36, 37, 
43, 62, 67, 81, 82, 92, 97, 98, 
103, III, 113, 114, 115, 1 16, 
117, 134, 135, 140, 168, 178, 
183, 184, 210, 211, 229, 235, 
254, 255, 294, 322, 347, 381, 
390, 391, 395,397, 398, 4 '9, 
421, 426, 430, 453, 455, 469, 
470, 471, 472, 478, 479, 536, 
537, 572, 573, 584, 58s, 595, 
596. 

Barron, 84. 

Barrows, 84. 

Harms, 85. 

Barry, 85, 94, 208. 

Barstow, 85. 

Bartlett, 86 

Barton, 86. 401, 543. 

Basgood, 87. 

Basin, 88. 

Baskenridge,N. J., 399, 593. 

Bass, 88. 

Bassett, 88. 

Basto, 88. 

Bastow, 88. 

Batavia, N. Y., 351, 495. 

Batcheller, 88. 

Batchellor, 88, 233, 404, 519. 

Bate, 88. 

Bateman, go. 

Bates,89, 66,135,158,178,196, 
198, 213, 248, 251, 307, 356, 
475, 495, 504, 523, 533, 542. 

Bath, Eng., 302, 384. 

Bath, Me., 26, 164, 222, 250, 
292, 334, 352,437,494, 591- 

Bath, N. Y., 207, 589- 

Batley, Eng., 45, 89, 277. 

Batterson, 90. 



Battey, 90. 

Bavaria, 97, 243, 269, 551. 

Bavaria, Princess of, 182, 298. 

Baxter, 90. 

Bayard, 161, 485. 

Bayles, 91. 

Baylies, 91, 239, 321. 

Bazin, 92. 

Bazzell, 92. 

Beal, 92. 

Beaman, 92. 

Bean, 92. 

Beane, 92. 

Bear, 92. 

Beardsley, 193, 516. 

Beasley, 92. 

Beaufort, N. C, 215, 578. 

Beaufort, S. C, 84, 480. 

Beazeley, 92. 

Bebee, 92. 

Beckford, 92. 

Beckwith, 92. 

Bedford, Mass., 69, 486. 

Bedminster, Eng., 384. 

Beebe, 93. 

Beedle, 93. 

Beene, 92. 

Belcher, 93. 

Belchertown, Mass., 23, 183, 307. 

Belding, 93. 

Belfast, Me., 48, 160, 189, 202, 
300, 324, 356, 460. 

Belknap, 93. 

Bell, 94. 

Belief onte, Penn., 209, 410. 

Bellefonte, R. I., 190, 266. 

Bellevieu, R. I., 415. 

Belleville, N. J., 125, 450. 

Belleville, Va., 482. 

Bellingham, Mass., 78, 89, 94, 
131, 162, 225, 231, 290, 36(, 
408, 456, 55'- 

Bellows, 94, 328, 399. 

Belton, 94. 

Beman, 93, 143, 221, 323. 

Bern is, 94. 

Benchley, 94. 

Benedict, 94, 27, 30, 3 1, 33, 35, 
36, 37, 43, 45. 46, 48, 52, 54. 
55. 56, 57. 71. 72, 74. 76. 82, 



88, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, too, 

loi, 105, los, 1 14, 1 16, 120, 

122, 127, 129, 134, 135, 137, 

138, 139, 147, 149, 153. '54, 

156, 164, 166, 168, 171, 172, 

176, 183, 184, 186, 187, 189, 

190, 191, 196,201,202,209, 

210, 212, 216, 218, 221, 222, 

223, 224, 230, 235, 238, 245, 

246, 247, 248, 253, 259, 263, 

265, 269, 272, 274, 278, 285, 

286, 296, 297, 298, 302, 305, 

311, 316, 318, 319. 322, 324, 

327, 328, 329, 344, 346, 348, 

350, 354. 358. 360, 361, 367. 

368, 370, 376, m, 378, 384. 
386, 389, 392, 393, 396, 397, 
399, 404, 405, 410, 418, 419, 
422, 423, 430, 431, 433, 437, 
440, 441, 442, 444, 445, 446, 
448, 449, 452, 454. 456, 460, 
465, 467, 470, 474, 4S8, 490, 
491, 499. 500, 501, 512, 513, 

514. 515. 516, 5'9. 520. 522, 
529. 531.535, 537. 549. 550, 
552, 554. 558, 562, 570, 593. 
596, 598. 

Beneficent Congregational Ch., 
Providence, 43, 260. 

Benjamin, 94. 

Benn, 94. 

Bennett, 95. 

Bennington, Vt., 92, 355. 

Benson, 95. 

Benson, Vt., 93. 

Bent, 96. 

Bentley, 96, 164, 343. 

Benton, 96. 

Bentz, 96. 

Berkeley, 96. 

Berkeley, Mass., 44,81, 157, 297, 
357. 373. 510. 512, 534- 

Bershire, Mass., Star, 62, 589. 

Berlin, 591. 

Berling, 96. 

Bermingham, Eng., 92. 

Bernardstown, Mass., 33, 288. 

Berrian, 97, 97. i52, 574' 

Berry, 97. 
Berry, Eng., 352. 



Berthier, 97. 

Bertrand, 97. 

Bethel, Vt., 321. 

Bethleham, N. Y., 174, 185. 

Betis, 97. 

Bevan, 381, 391. 

Beverly, 97. 

Beverly, Mass., 208, 355, 364, 
452, 493. 494. 557. 566. 

Bezen, 97. 

Bicknell, 97. 

Bickner, 98. 

Bigley, 98. 

Billings, 98. 

Billington, 99. 

Bingham, 99. 

Biodoma, 109. 

Birchmore, 99. 

Bird, 99. 

Birket, 99. 

Bisbett, 100. 

Bishop, 100. 

Bishop of London, 249. 

Bishop, a Methodist, 197. 

Bissell, 10 1. 

Bitter, 10 1. 

Bixby, 10 1. 

Bixley, 10 1. 

Bizel, loi. 

Black, 10 1. 

Blackaller, loi. 

Blackburn, 102, 462. 

Blackington, 102. 

Black Lake, L. L, 42, 130. 

Blackmar, 102. 

Blackstock, 102. 

Blackstone, Mass., 576. 

Blackwell, 102, 130. 

Blair, 102. 

Blaisdell, 102. 

Blake, 102, 56, 85, 100, 108, 144, 
173, 176, 231, 246, 267, 278, 
340. 344, 349, 367, 379, 428, 
464,470, 522, 523, 555, 585, 
589. 

Blakley, 448. 

Blanchard, 103. 

Blanding, 104. 

Blaney, 104. 

Blashfield, 104. 



Blass, 105. 

Blazer, 105. 

Blesdell, 105. 

Blind Man's Buff, 565, 566, 567. 

Bliss, 105, 316, 340, 529, 563. 

Bliven, 106. 

Block, 106. 

Blodgett, 106. 

Blood, 106. 

Bloody Bridge, Battle of, 363, 

481. 
Bloomfield, Ct., 352. 
Bloomf^eld, N. Y., 389. 
Bloomingdale, Ky., 214, 578. 
Bloomingdale, N. Y., 508, 586. 
Blossom, 106. 

Blue Ball House, Eng., 506. 
Bly. 107. 
Blyth, 107. 
Boak, 107. 
Boardman, 107. 
Bodge, 107. 
Bogert, 107. 
Boggs, 107 
Bogman, 107. 
Bolles, 107, 107, 342. 
Bolster, 108. 
Boltvvood, 108. 
Bonaparte, 108. 
Bond, 465. 

Bonney, 232, 255, 295, 314, 491. 
Bony, 108. 
Booden. 108. 
Boodry, 108. 

Bookseller, 125, 341, 433, 445. 
Boone, 109. 
Booth, 109. 
Boothby, Me., 574. 
Borden. 109, 117, 136,201,220, 

235, 3"- 

Bosque, 1 10. 

Boss, 1 1 o. 

Boston, III. 

Boston, Mass., 21;, 26, 32, 33, 36, 
38,40,41, 42, 43, 51. 59, 63, 
64, 65, 67, 68, 70, 71, 74, 75. 
7T, 78, 81, 84, 85, 88, 89, 90, 
92, 98, 99, 100, loi, 102, 
104, 107, 1 13, 114, 115, 118, 
1 19, 121, 123, 124, 125, 131, 



Boston, Mass.,— Continued. 

140, 143, 147. 155, >S6, 157, 
160, 164, 171, 178, 180, 184, 
185, 187, 188, 191, 192, 194, 
202, 211, 213, 217, 221, 224, 
226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 233. 
236, 238, 240, 243, 244, 245, 
246, 248,249, 250, 251, 253, 
254, 256, 257, 260, 262, 263, 
264, 267, 268, 269, 272, 273. 
274, 276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 
281, 282, 283, 285, 286, 287, 
289, 292, 293, 297, 298, 299, 
305, 308, 310, 311, 317,318, 
320, 321, 322, 326, 327, 329, 
333. 334, 335. 337, 340. 34', 
343, 346. 347. 352, 353. 355, 
356, 358. 359, 361, 363. 364, 
366, 367, 369, 370, 371, 373, 
374, 375. 376, V7, IT^, 379. 
384, 385, 387, 388, 389. 391, 
392, 393. 397, 398. 399, 402, 
413, 416, 418, 420, 424, 425, 
426, 429, 433, 430, 440, 441, 
443, 445, 446, 450. 451. 452. 
453. 455, 465, 468, 475, 481, 
482, 483, 485, 486, 487, 489, 
492, 493, 494, 495, 497. 498, 
504, 505. 509. 510, 514, 5"5, 
516, 518, 522, 523, 525, 528, 
529, 530, 542, 543, 544. 546, 
548, 549, 550, 551. 553, 554, 
555, 557, 561, 563, 564, 565. 
566, 569, 574, 576, 579, 580, 
581, 582, 583, 585, 5SS, 589, 

590, 594, 597, 598. 
Boston, Mass., Chronicle, 393. 
Boston, Mass., Gazette, 227, 597. 
Boston, Mass., News Room, 

102. 
Boston, Mass., Recorder, 260, 

343- 
Boston, Mass., Telegraph, 343. 
Boston, Mass., Theatre, 7,5, 84, 

285, 366, 389,44', 563 
Boswell, 381. 
Bosworth, III. 
Botdikens, iii. 
Bourbon Co., Ky., 121, 214. 
Bourne, 112. 



Bours, 113. 

Bowcock, 113. 

Bowdoin, 113. 

Bowen, 113, 75, 113, 317, 376, 

466, 509, 545, 593. 
Bovver, 1 18. 
Bovvers, 1 19. 
Bovvker, 119. 
Bowler, 120. 
Bowles, 1 20. 
Bowling, 120 
Boyd, 120. 
Boyden, 120. 
Boyleston, 25. 
Boyleston, Mass., 385, 398. 
Boynton, 120. 
Bozrah, Ct., 88. 
Brackett, 120. 
Braddock's Defeat, 69, 372. 
Bradford, 121. 
Bradford, Mass., 249, 289, 320, 

329, 347, 363,416. 
15radham, 122. 
Bradley, 122. 
Brady, 522, 597. 
Bragg, 122. 
Braid, 122. 
Brain, 122. 

Braintree, Mass., 319. 
Braley, 122. 
Bramble, 122. 
Braman, 122. 
15ranch, 123, 46, 53, 139, 192. 

544- 
Brand, 123. 
Brandon, Vt., 223, 45S. 
Brandshaw, 123. 
Brandt, 124. 
Bransdon, 124. 
Brant, 124. 

Brattleboro, Vt., 33. 281, 374. 
Bray, 124. 
Brayman, 124. 
Brayton, 124. 
Brazier, 125. 
Bread, 125. 
Breed, 125. 
Breeze, 125. 
Brega, 125. 
Brenton, 125. 



Breston, 125. 

Brett, 125. 

Bretton, 125. 

Brewer, 125. 

Brewerton, 126. 

Brewster, Mass., 194. 

Breyley, 126. 

Brickley, 126. 

Briddles, 126. 

Bridgewater, Mass., 117, 
188, 2 1 8, 239, 250, 276, 
284, 337. 346, 361, 372, 
384, 419, 439,442,443, 
524, 527, 558. 

Bridgewater Academy, 276, 

Bridon, 126. 

Briggs, 126, 347, 583. 

Brigham, 129. 

Bright, 129. 

Brightman, 129. 

Brig Laura, 344. 

Brig Patriot, 216. 

Brierly, 130. 

Brimblecome, 130. 

Brimfield, Mass., loi, 321, 
550. 

Brinton, 130. 

Brion, 130. 

Bristead, 122. 

Bristol Co., Mass., 442. 

Bristol, Eng , 300. 

Bristol, R. I . 25, 26, 28, 32: 
34, 38, 40, 49, 51, 64, 66 
80, 81, 82, 83, 90,92,97, 
103, 104, no, III, 1 12, 
120, 121, 122, 124, 128, 
135. 138. '39. '40, 141- 
144, 150, 153. 158. 170, 
174, 177, 178, 182, 185, 
191, 196, 197, 198, 199, 
213, 214, 217, 224, 231, 
233. 235, 236, 237, 241, 
243, 244, 245, 248, 249, 
251, 255, 257, 262, 272, 
276, 278, 283, 285, 287, 
295, 297, 299, 301, 303, 
308, 310, 311, 312, 313, 
3'7. 3'9. 323.324- 325. 
330, 331. 332, 336, 337. 
339. 341. 342, 345, 346. 



172, 
282, 

5 16, 



348. 



. 33. 
,69. 

lOI, 

H3, 

134, 
143. 
17', 
186, 
211, 
232. 
242, 

2?0, 

275, 
289, 

304, 
314. 
329. 
338. 

347, 



Bristol, R. I., — Continued. 

355. 356, 362, 364. 368, 369, 
372, 381,384,386, 393, 397. 
402, 406, 412, 413, 414, 430, 

431. 433. 435,439.442,445, 
446, 447, 449, 450, 454, 455, 
456, 458, 461, 462, 463, 464, 
468, 470, 472, 475, 480, 482, 
484, 486, 489, 490, 491, 492, 
493, 494, 495, 498, 501, 502, 
503, 504, 505. 506, 508, 510, 
514, 515, 516, 517, 522, 523, 
524, 527, 528, 532, 533, 534, 
538, 539. 540, 542, 545. 546. 
548, 550. 551, 555, 558, 559, 
563, 568, 572, 574, 579, 580, 
585, 586, 287, 593, 595, 597, 
598. 

British Army, 363, 481, 484. 

British Consul, 465. 

British Consul for Mass., 43. 

British Embassy, 225, 268. 

British Navy, 78, 180, 506, 512. 

Britnell, 305, 546. 

Britton, 130. 

Broad, 130. 

Broadie, 130 

Brockett, 130. 

Brodie, 130. 

Bronson, 130. 

Brookfield, Ct., 390. 437. 

Brooklyn, Ct., 50, 65, 76, yj, 96, 

136, 147,212, 219, 228, 349, 
375, 383, 390, 394. 395, 415. 
416,440, 543, 553, 571, 572. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 124, 156, 160, 
215, 233, 240, 241, 269, 270, 
303, 361,408, 460, 493, 497, 
• 498, 545, 573, 581. 

Brooks, 131. 

Brotherson, 131. 

Brotherton, 131. 

Brown, 131, 28, 37, 41, 51, 93 
95, 96, 112, 123, 131, 136 

137, 138, 139. 147. '53. 158 
171, 172, 178, 179, 190, 198 
199, 202, 235,239, 242, 275 
286, 292, 307, 324, 332, 342 
345, 360,388, 390, 406, 407 
408,416, 417, 430. 437,439 



Brown, — Continued. 

450, 451, 458, 475, 476, 480, 
506, 512, 521, 538, 539, 547, 
549. 562, 566, 580, 582, 585. 

Brown University, 173, 482. 

Brown University, Graduate of, 
278, 366. 

Brown University, Member of, 

395. 440. 
Brown University, Professor in, 

26. 
Brownell, 141 36, 352. 
Browning, 142. 
Brownville, N. Y., 140. 
Bruce, 143. 
Bruen, 143. 
Brunell, 143. 
Brunner, 143. 
Brunswick, 143. 
Brunswick, Me., 199, 414. 
Brunton, 143. 
Brush, 143. 
Brussells, 243, 551. 
Bryant, 143. 
Bryden, 208. 
Buchaan. 143. 
Buchanan, 143. 
Buchnam, 
Buck, 144. 
Bucklin, 144. 
Buckmaster, 432. 
Buckminster, 144, 273. 
Buckstown, 187, 432. 
Budlong, 145. 

Buenos Ayres, 272, 530, 542. 
Buffalo, N. Y., 63, 144. 147- 
Buffinton, 146. 
Buffum, 145. 
Bugbee, 146. 
Bugby, 147. 
Buker, 147. 
Bull, 147. 
Bullard, 147. 

Bulletin Evening, 376, 385. 
Bulling, 147. 
Bullock, 147, 144, 489- 
Bump, 148. 
Bundy, 148 
Bunker, 149. 
Bunn, 149. 



Burbeck, 149. 

Burberry, 149. 

Burce, 149. 

Burchard, 149. 

Burdick, 149, 38, 149, 150, 173. 

Burden, 150. 

Burdon, 150. 

Burge, 150, 118, 199, 223, 268, 

296,332, 512, 524- 
Burger, 508, 571. 
Burgess, 150, 23, 307. 
Burke, 151, 206. 
Burke Co., Ga., 118, 218. 
Burkett, 151. 
Burlingame, 151, 48, 169, 201, 

375. 520. 
Burlington, N. Y., 219, 382, 402. 
Burlington, Vt., 467, 514. 
Burnham, 152. 
Burns, 152. 
Burr, 152. 
Burrill, 153. 

Burrillville, R. I., 47, 60, 70, 75, 
81, 114, 203, 209, 212, 234, 
318, 327.346, 349- 391, 398, 
417, 419, 447, 451, 472,497, 
499. 500, 509, 518, 527, 575. 

Burrows, 154. 

Burrough, 154. 

Burroughs, 154. 

Burse, 155. 

Burt, 157. 

Burte, 157. 

Burton, 155. 

Bush, 155. 

Hushby, 155. 

Bushee, 156. 

Bussey, 156. 

Butler, 156. 

Butman, 157. 

Butterfield, 157. 

Butterworth, 157. 

Buttman, 157. 

Butts, 157. 

Byers, 158. 

Buxton, Me., 439- 

Byrne, 158, 274. 

Byron, Lord, loi, 493- 



Cablee, 158. 

Cadet, the, 367. 

Cadet, the Literary, 476, 530. 

Cady, 158. 

Caermarthen, Marquis of, 240, 

366. 
Caerwant, Eng., 75, 565. 
Coffrey, 159. 
Cahoone, 159, 160, 498. 
Cairns, 160. 
Cain, 160. 
Calder, 160. 
Caldwell, 161. 
Callagham, 160. 
Callamore, 160. 
Callendar, 222. 
Callender, 161. 
Callender, Political, 461. 
Calvert, 161. 

Cambridge, Eng., 318, 553. 
Cambridge, Mass., 144, 180,229, 

272, 308, 376, 391, 442, 445, 

466, 528, 530, 597. 
Cambridgeport, Mass., 309. 
Camden, S. C, 104, 147, 506, 

534- 
Camerioca, W. I., 276, 505. 
Cameron, 161. 
Cammann, 161. 
Campbell, 161. 
Canaan, Ct., 452. 
Canal of Intelligence, 311. 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 63, 156, 193, 

25s, 407, 450. 483, SOI, 567, 

585. 
Cannon, 161, 338, 553. 
Canterbury, Ct., 68, 80, 81, 95, 

191, 201, 207, 209, 217, 219, 

237, 280, 404, 524, 526, 527, 

530. 
Cantine, 162. 
Canton, Mass., 63, 149, 193, 219, 

252, 310, 427. 
Cape May, N. J., 255. 
Cape Verde Isles, 373. 
Capron, 
Captain, 496. 
Card, 163. 
Carder, 163, 



Cardey, 163. 

Carew, 163. 

Carey, 163. 

Cargill, 164. 

Carlile, 164. 

Carlton, 164. 

Carn, 171. 

Carnes, 164. 

Caroline, N. Y., 30, 162. 

Carpenter, 165. 

Carter, 167. 

Carr, 169, 171, 311, 431. 

Carnngton, 170. 

Carrique, 170, 34, 85, 161, 227, 

229, 253, 308, 338, 404, 470, 

537- 
Cairoll, 170, 180, 240, 366, 531. 
Carrollton, Md., 240, 366. 
Cartee, 225. 
Carter, 167. 
Cartright, 171. 
Carty, 171. 
Carver, 171. 
Carver, Mass., 271. 
Cary, 172. 
Case, 172. 
Casey, 172. 
Cash, 172. 
Cashier, 32, 86, no, 121, 153 

214, 221, 225, 257, 291, 292, 

343, 408, 486, 501, 504, 544, 

S82. 
Cashman, 173. 
Cass, 173. 
Cassin, 173. 
Cassran, 173. 
Castagnon, 173. 
Castine, 173. 
Castle, 173. 
Castles, 173. 
Castoff, 173. 
Caswell. 173, 26, 377. 
Caswell Co., N. C, 232, 494. 
Catharine, 173. 
Cathcart, 174. 
Catholic Church, 124, 316. 
Catholic Con. Church, Bristol, 

R. I., Ill, 113, 533, 57Q- 
Caton, 240. 



Catskill, N. Y., 26, 223, 237, 
303- 

Cattle, 174. 

Caussines, 174. 

Cayuga Co., N. Y., 66, 492. 

Cazenove, 174. 

Centinel, the, 227, 597. 

Central Falls, R. I., 38, 88, 95, 
loi, 128, 177, 187, 210, 235, 
285, 305, 319, 324, 378, 396, 
405, 406, 516, 529, 576. 

Centre, 174. 

Centreville, N. Y., 38. 353, 

Centreville, R. I., ^7, 91, 209, 
235. 331. 334.355. 358, ^87, 
410, 463, 486, 550. 

Ceremony, Friends', 176. 

Chace, 174, 71, 199, 215, 545. 

Chadsey, 177. 

Chadwick, 177. 

Chaffee, 177. 

Chamberlain, 178. 

Chambers, 179 

Champlain, 179. 

Champion, 179. 

Chandler, 179. • 

Chandley, 180. 

Channing, 180. 

Chapel, Methodist, 593. 

Chapin, 180. 

Chaplain (name), 181. 

Chaplain, 249. 

Chapman, iSi. 

Chappee, 181. 

Chappell, 181. 

Chappotin, 182. 

Charge de Affairs, 395, 513. 

Charles, 98. 

Charles City, Va., 294. 

Charleston, S. C, 30. 40, 6^, 
68, 75, 100, 130, 159, 161, 
173, 180, 188, 209, 217, 222, 
224, 246, 267, 290, 327, 329, 
343. 353,365.377. 383. 384. 
394, 395.413- 414. 415. 418, 
419, 423, 424, 430, 435, 437, 
441, 459, 460, 468, 492, 494, 
500, 504, 512, 529, 546, 558, 
565, 582, 584, 588, 598. 



Charleston, S. C , Theatre, 3771 

435- 

Charleston, Va., 345. 

Charlestown, Ind., 480. 

Charlestown, Mass., 25, 33, 68, 
70, 71, 85, 87, 96, 160, 241, 
292, 298, 309, 361. 397, 408, 
433, 445,466,485, 517. 5'8, 
529, 542, 545, 558. 564, 581. 

Charlestown, N. H., 306, 596. 

Charlestown, R. I., 139, 143, 
179, 190, 223, 307, 329, 374, 
411, 426, 533. 

Charlotte, 182. 

Charlton, Mass., 48, 83, 99, 132, 
153, 246, 247, 366, 404, 435, 
557. 560, 573- 

Charnley, 182 

Chaston, 345, 492. 

Chatham, Ct., 203, 305, 427. 

Chatham, Mass., 56, 359, 371, 
548. 

Chavelier, 513. 

Chedall, 182. 

Chedell, 182. 

Cheese, 182. 

Cheeseborough, 182, 555. 

Cheeseley, 182. 

Cheever, 183. 

Chelsea, Mass., 397. 

Cheney, 183, 31, 46, 47, 51, 
91, loi, 106, 117, 129, 138, 
1 78, 204, 211, 262, 266, 277, 
295, 301, 311, 324, 347. 368, 
411, 439, 445. 456, 489. 520, 
527, 532, 547, 561, 570, 584. 

Chennay, 183. 

Chen ward, 183. 

Chepatchet, R. I., 53, 77, 102, 
135. 210, 269, 360, 398, 423, 

523. 541- 
Chepstow, Kng., 75, 565. 
Chereau, S. C, 42, 64, 217, 218, 

449, 471- 
Cherokee Indian, 515, 587. 
Cherry, 183. 

Cheshire, Mass., 176, 590. 
Chessman, 32, 92, 116, 184, 238, 

419. 
Chester Co., Pa., 494. 



Chester, N. H., 42, 484. 

Chester, Vt., 525, 573. 

Chickering, 183. 

Chief Justice, 267. 

Chief of the Six Nations, 24. 

Child, 183, 

Childs, 184. 

Chili, S. A., 36, 352, 374. 

Chilicothe, O., 63, 499. 

Chillson, 185. 

Chilmark, Mass, 36, 343. 

China, Me, 199, 414. 

Chinquapin, N. C, 429, 517. 

Chipman, 185. 

Chittenden. 185. 

Choate, 185. 

Chocolate Mills, 302, 322, 340, 

430. 
Choules, 185, 108, 124, 142, 

192, 195, 256, 268, 285, 306, 

317, 333. 355. 365.438,458. 

503, 506, 524, 528, 532, 542, 

565. 
Christ Church, 174. 
Christian, 185. 
Christian Church, 147. 
Christian Ch., 2d, of Beverly, 

Mass., 23. 
Christian Intelligence, 185, 248. 
Christian Telescope, 333, 551. 
Chronicle, the, 581. 
Chronicle, the Boston, 393. 
Chronicle, the Pavvtucket, 202, 

294, 485, 492. 
Church, 185, 87, 108, 119, 145, 

164, 178, 187, 203, 211, 237, 

276, 281, 288, 316, 321, 344, 

368, 382, 385, 388. 
Churchill, 186. 
Cincinnati, O., 330. 
Circus, Albany, N. Y., 483. 
Circus, Hartford, Ct., 483. 
Circus, Providence, R. I., 483. 
City Star, Elizabeth, N. C, 27. 
Clack, 186. 
Clafflin, 186. 
Claflin, 187. 
Claibare, 187. 
Claiborne, 187. 
Clanning, 187. 



Clapp, 187. 

Clarke, 187, 33, 98, 122, 126, 

212, 218, 281, IJT,, 400, 425, 

432, 459. 545, 546. 573- 
Clarkeson, 192. 
Clarkson, 192. 
Clay, 192. 

Clayville, R. I., 390, 417. 
Clegg, 192. 
Clemmons, 193. 
Clemens, 193. 
Clemsford, Eng., 212, 493. 
Clerc, 193. 

Clerkenvvell, Eng., 571, 508. 
Cleveland, 193. 
Cleveland, Ohio, 42, 448, 594. 
Clifford, 193. 
Clinton, 194, 20. 
Clinton, Ga., 449, 459. 
Cloud, 194. 
Clough, 194. 
Cloyes, 194. 
Coates, 194. 
Cobb, 194, 50. 65, 122, 148, 

151, 239, 240, 317, 352, 427, 

442, 446, 528, 564, 576. 
Cobleigh, 195. 
Coborn, 195. 
Coburg, 195. 
Cochran, 195. 
Cockermouth, Eng., 351. 
Codding, 195. 
Coddington, 195. 
Coe, 195. 
Co PZditor, 311. 
Coffee, 195. 
Coffee House, the Tontine, 

N. Y., 94, 208. 
Cofifin, 195. 
Coggeshall, 196. 
Cohoesville, N. Y., 107, 193. 
Coit, 197. 
Coke, 197. 
Colburn, 238. 
Colby, 197. 

Colchester, Ct., 74, 134, 276, 344. 
Cole, 197, 344, 522. 
Colegrave, 200. 
Coleman, 200, 109, 134, 141, 

219. 257, 323. 352, 37'. 491- 



Collar, 200. 
Collor, 200. 

Collector, Deputy, 565, 566. 
Collier, 200. 
Collins, 200, 65, 163. 
Collyer, 202. 
Colon, 202. 
Colony, 202. 
Colrain, Ct., 352. 
Colton, 202. 

Columbia Co., Ga., 69, 372. 
Columbia Co., Penn , 96. 
Columbia, S. C, 62, 164. 317, 
335, 389. 480, 482, 483, 570. 
Columbian Phenix, 17 to 599. 
Columbian Reporter, 181. 
Columbian Republican, 225, 

477: 
Columbian, the, 303. 
Colvin, 202. 
Colwell, 203. 

Comedian, 94, 208, 412,486, 567. 
Comillus, Ct., 436. 
Commandant, Marine Corps, 

365- 
Commandant, Master, 545, 593. 
Commandant, Navy Yard, 241. 
Commander, 203. 
Commings. 203. 
Commins, 203. 
Commissioner, General Land 

Office, 321. 
Committee, Greek, 52,491. 
Commonwealth Advocate, 230. 
Company, M. Godeau's. 28, 104. 
Comstock, 203, 56, 516. 
Conant, 205. 
Concord, Mass., 221. 302, 453, 

573- 
Concord, N. H., 75, 80, 224, 363, 

369, 374, 422, 494, 527. 
Condict, 205. 
Condocet, 205. 
Condy, 205. 
Congdon, 205. 
Congregational Church, l^ristol, 

III, 113, 213, 517. 
Congregational Church, Hol- 

liston, Mass., 396. 



Congregational Church, Paw- 
tucket, 576. 

Congregational Church, Tiver- 
ton, 200, 554. 

Congress, Member of, in, 155, 
260, 266, 271, 346, 480, 543, 
559. 57'. 588. 

Congress, Representative in, 
91. 109, 241, 257, 423- 

Conkright, 207. 

Connecticut, 64, 68, 150, 504, 
572. 

Connecticut Journal, 143, 207. 

Constant ine, 207. 

Consul, American, .334. 

Consul, Biitish, 465. 

Consul, British, for Mass., 43. 

Consul, F"irst, 108, 531. 

Consul of the Netherlands, 395, 

513- 
Consul, United States, 244, 250, 

373, 374- 
Continental Army, 363, 481, 

4S4. 
Converse. 207, 483. 
Conway, Vt., 239, 277. 
Cooke, 207. 
Cooley, 211. 
Coolidge, 211. 
Coomer, 211. 
Coon. 2 11. 
Cooney, 212. 
Cooper, 212, 57, 133, 208, 228, 

439- 

Coojjerstovvn, N. ^ ., 243. 

Copeland, 212. 

Coppersmith, 213. 

Corbett, 213 

Corbuie, 213. 

Cordin, 2\ 5. 

Cordis, 213. 

Corey, 213, 120, 121, 175, 431, 
504. 

Corliss, 214. 

Cornell, 214, 32, 85, 97, 98, 
123, 131, 151, 160, 171, 187, 
188. 264, 270, 278, 279, 301, 
309, 310, 311, 319, 321, 325, 
383, 447, 473. 483. 502, 536, 
539. 540, 545- 



Cornick, 215. 

Cornish, 215. 

Cornwall, 215. 

Cornwall, Kng., 515, 587. 

Cornwell, 215. 

Corpe, 215. 

Corpes, 257, 273. 

Corps, Commandant of Marine, 

365- 

Corps, Marine, 174. 

Corps, U. S. Engineer, 86, 126, 
140, 294, 429, 464. 

Corry, 140, 302. 

Cothier, 215. 

Cothrain, 215. 

Cottle, 216. 

Cotton, 216. 

Cottrell, 216. 

Coster, 216. 

Coulter, 216. 

Coults, 216. 

Counnare, 2i5 

CoOntess of Andover, 248. 

Courtenay, 216. 

Course, 216. 

Coutts, 216. 

Cove, 216. 

Covell, 216. 

Covent Garden Theatre, 143, 
221. 

Coventry, R. I., 27, 28, 42, 48, 
54. 55. 57. 58. 60, 61, 64, 65, 
66, 67, 85, 89, 90, 104, 
115, 1 16, 118, 127, 128, 133, 
139, 145, 151, 162, 163, 166, 
170, 186, 202, 203, 205, 206, 
208, 209, 213, 214, 224, 256, 
259, 272, 273, 279, 280, 285, 
288, 291. 292, 294, 308, 309, 
319, 32s, 328, 329, 330, 331, 
333. 336, 344. 353. 356, 358. 
37'. 375,393. 394- 395, 401, 
409, 410, 41 1, 415, 420, 423, 
424, 428, 429, 430, 436, 440, 
443. 444. 449, 459. 461, 462, 
477. 479. 481, 485. 491, 496, 
497. 505, 5", 513, 515. 530, 
532. 533. 537. 540. 552. 556, 
560, 562, 565, 566, 573, 575. 
577. 5/8, 579. 580, 584, 587, 



Coventry, R. I., — Continued. 

595- 

Coverly, 217. 

Cowan, 217. 

Cowden, 217. 

Cowell, 217, 510, 542. 

Cowing, 217. 

Cowley, 217. 

Cox, 217. 

Coy, 218. 

Cozzens, 218. 

Crabb, 218. 

Craft, 218. 

Craggin, 218. 

Craig, 218. 

Crain, 218. 

Crampton. 236, 307, 430. 

Cranbrook, Eng., 249. 

Crandall, 219, 28, 236, 269, 
516. 

Crandon, 219. 

Crane, 219. 29, 251, 342, 372, 
373. 424. 572- 

Crans, 219 

Cranston, 220, 20, 135, 512. 

Cranston, R. I., 25, 27, 28, 30, 
39,41, 48, 49, 53, 58, 59, 60, 
•62, 64, 67, 69, 7r, 78, 83, 90, 
91, 9^, 97, 104. 107, 108, 113, 
116, 117, 123, 125, 126, 127, 
128, [32, 142, 145, 150. 151, 
152, 155, 163, 165, 166, 167, 
171, 172, 173, 181, 182, 193, 
200, 201, 202, 203, 205, 206, 
207, 208, 215, 231, 238, 240, 
242, 248, 258, 259, 261, 268, 
270, 277, 279, 280, 281, 287, 
288, 291, 292, 310, 312, 313. 
316, 318, 319, 325. 328, 329, 
333. 338, 346, 347. 348, 349, 
350. 351. 352. 356, 359,365, 
366, 367, 371. 383, 384, 388, 
405, 407, 410, 411, 413, 415, 
417, 419, 421, 424, 425, 427, 
428, 429, 433, 436, 443, 448, 
449, 451, 462, 463, 465, 467, 
469, 472, 475, 476, 478, 479, 
480, 498, 503, 512, 519, 520, 
526, 531, 533. 541, 543. 549. 
553. 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 



Cranston, R. I., — Continued. 
562, 563, 564, 566, 569, 570, 
575, 577> 578, 580, 581, 582, 
596. 

Crapo, 220. 

Crapon, 220. 

Craven, 221. 

Craven, Eng., 71, 339. 

Crawfargar, 221. 

Cray craft, 221. 

Creek Nation, 252, 370. 

Creek Pupil, 252, 370. 

Creighton, 221. 

Cressly, 221. 

Croade, 221 . 

Crocker, 222, 26, 27, 28, 32, 
33. 34. 35. 42, 48. 51. 55. 56, 
63, 75, 84, 86, 104, 107, ii2, 
113, 119, 120, 126, 128, 130, 
134, 141, 143, 148, 154, 164, 
165, 171, 173, 174, 179, 182, 
185, 187, iSS, 189, 194, 199, 
207, 219, 221, 222, 230, 243, 
244, 246, 248, 249. 250, 251, 
259, 263, 270, 275, 278, 288, 
289, 292, 305, 312, 315, 317, 
322, 326, 327, 2,1^, 335, 337, 
343, 346, 347. 350, 353. 366, 
375. 381. 389. 392 394- 395. 
403, 405, 412. 41,3, 414, 415, 
426, 434, 444, 449, 453, 454, 
460, 469, 471, 472, 473. 475, 
482, 488, 489, 492, 499, 509, 
510, 514, 516, 518, 519, 524, 

525. 538, 553. 563. 564. 565. 

567, 58 r, 582, 583, 584, 586, 

587, 588, 592, 597. 
Crogham, 222. 
Crompton, R. I., 242. 
Crocker, 222. 
Crosbee, 222, 204, 

416. 
Crosby, 222, 97, 434. 
Cross, 222. 
"■^^rossman, 223, 208 
Crossvvell, 223. 
Crouch, 224. 
Crowd, 224. 
Crowell, 224. 
Crovvingshield, 224 



401, 



Cruff, 224. 

Crumb, 224. 

Crump, 224. 

Cryder, 224. 

Cuba, 109, 245, 279, 432. 

Cudvvorth, 224. 

Culverson, 224. 

Cumberland, Eng., 63, 535. 

Cumberland, Ga., 189, 330. 

Cumberland Isle, Ga., 325. 

Cumberland, R. I., 28, 29, 
31, 34, 38, 41, 42, 43, 45 
48, 49, 51, 52, 55, 56, 57 
59,60,61, 72, 7-:,, 74, 75, 
77, 78, 82, 86,91, 95,98, 
100, 103, 105, 107, 113, 
122, 127, 128, 131, 132, 
139, 147, 149, 150, 151, 
155, 156, 162, 164, 166, 
168, 169, 170, 171, 173, 
183, 186, 188, 189, 190, 
198, 208, 209, 210, 211, 
216, 218, 223, 229, 231, 
233. 235, 237. 245. 246, 
261, 265, 271, 272, 287, 
294, 296, 297, 298, 300, 
315. 322, 338, 340, 346, 
354. 357. 360, 376, 378, 
382, 383, 384, 392, 397, 
403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 
409, 416, 419, 421, 422, 
424, 427, 429, 430, 440, 
464, 474, 475. 476, 478, 
481, 484, 488, 490, 491, 

497. 509. 510, 513. 515. 

524, 527, 531, 536, 538, 

551. 552. 557. 569. 570. 

572. 573. 275- 576, 578, 

587. 592, 595- 
Cummings, 224, 520. 
Cumase, 224. 
Cundall, 224. 
Cunningham, 225. 
Curian, 225. 
Curien, 225. 
Currie, 225. 

Currier, N. S. Morning, 27, 
Curry, 226. 
Curtis. 225, 24, 57, 58, 

t33, 166, 169, 172, 175, 



30, 
,46. 
,58, 
.76, 

99. 
120, 
136, 
152, 
167, 
180, 
191, 
214, 
232, 
247, 
290, 
301, 
349. 
381, 
398, 
408, 
423- 
445. 
479. 
495, 
522, 

545. 
571. 
583. 



13'- 



124, 
186, 



Curtis, — Continued. 
187, 188, 193, 198, 
224, 225, 259, 281, 
304, 327. 349. 351. 
376, 399. 407. 409. 
496, 548, 549, 560, 
581, 596. 

Cushing, 226. 

Cushman, 227. 

Cushnie, 227. 

Cutler, 227, 86, 143, 
170, 191, 261, 275, 
416, 429, 476, 528, 

Cutter, 22S, 48, 60. 

Cutting, 227. 

Cuttings, 228. 



205, 208, 
286, 292, 
358, 362, 
427, 428, 
566, 577. 



168, 169, 
365, 406, 
583- 



Dabb, 228. 

Dabney, 228. 

Daggett, 228, 30, 89, 149, 167, 

229, 232, 332, 361, 400, 421, 

572. 
Daily Advertiser, 273, 340. 
Dalton, 229. 
Dalton, Mass., 238. 
Dameron Place, Miss., 370, 492. 
Dana, 229, 329, 423, 449, 485, 

556. 
Danbury, Ct., 93, 393, 411. 
Danby, Ct., 369, 528. 
Dane, 277, 344, 542. 
Danforth, 230, 72. 
Daniels, 231. 
Danish Minister, 542. 
Danvers, Mass., 185, 285, 307, 

378, 567- 
Danville, Ky., 286. 
Danville. Penn., 422, 493. 
Danville, Vt., 183, 318. 
Danen, Ga., 94, 247, 351, 459, 

528. 
Darkin, 231. 
Darling, 231. 

Dartmouth Col., Tutor in, 26. 
Dartmouth, Mass., 36, 112, 124, 

147, 149, 172,217, 309, 477, 
* 541. 548. 
Darusmont, 232. 



Davant, 232. 

Davenport, 232. 

David, Porter Privateer Sch'r, 

285. 
Davidson, 233. 
Davies, 233. 
Davis, 233, 214, 216. 
Davison, 236. 
Davol, 236. 
Davoll, 236. 
Dawes, 236. 
Dawless, 236. 
Dawley, 237. 
Dawson, 237. 
Day, 237. 
Dayton, 238. 
Dayton, O., 575. 
Deaf and Dumb Institute, 293, 

302. 
Dedhain, I\Iass., 23, 66, 70, 85, 

98. 220, 221, 270, 273, 300, 

304. 338, 358, 378, 464. 465. 

487, 488, 516, 563- 
Dean, 238, 388. 
Dearborn, 240. 
Dearcy, 240. 
Debloise, 241. 
DeBresson, 241. 
Decatur, 241. 
Deer Island, 26. 
Deerfield, Mass., 344, 454. 
Defeat of General Braddock, 69, 

372. 
DeForrest, 241. 
Degen, 241. 
Dehon, 217. 
DeLally. 450, 495. 
Delano, 241. 
Delany, 241. 
Delarne, 241. 
Delaware, 371, 395, 421. 
DeMaltitz, 241. 
DeMille, 241. 
Deming, 241. 
Democratic, 20. 
Denham, 242. 
Denise, 242. 
Denison, 242. 
Denmark, 319, 517. 
Dennis, 242. 



Dennis, Mass., 90, 308. 

DeOramberg, 243. 

Department of State, 70. 

Desdamonia, 243. 

Deshon, 243. 

Desper, 243. 

Detroit, Mich., 202, 363, 481. 

DeVarney, 243. 

DeVeille, 243. 

DeVoU, 243. 

DeWalenski, 243. 

Dewberry, 243. 

Dewey, 243. 

Dewherst, 243. 

DeWitt, 243. 

DeWolfe, 243. 

Dexter, 245, 30, 43, 46, 17, 

142, 1 48, 180, 365. 366, 370, 

500, 595- 
Dickens, 247. 
Dickenson, 248. 
Dickerson, 248. 
Dickman, 248. 
Dickson, 248. 
Digans, 248. 
Dig by, 248. 
Dighton, Mass., 43, 48, 50, 72, 

92, 103, 105, 119, 127, 132, 

137, 144, 157, 169, 174, 175. 

176, 218, 260, 303, 315, 316, 

332, 356, 357, 382,414. 419. 

421, 433, 444, 463, 482,497. 

512, 520, 545, 546, 551. 555. 

574, 575. 576, 585- 
Dike, 248. 
Dillingham, 248. 
Dillon, 248. 
Diman, 248. 
Dimond, 249. 
Diocese, Eastern, 337. 
District of Providence, 134, 470. 
District of Vincennes, 274, 404. 
Divinity, Prof, of, 445. 
Di.\, 249. 
Dixon, 249. 
Doane, 249. 
Dobbin, 249. 
Dobbins, 86, 258. 
Dobell, 249. 
Dockray, 249. 



Dodds, 249. 

Dodge, 249. 

Donaldson, 250. 

Donnell, 250. 

Donnison, 250. 

Doolittle, 250. 

Dorchester, Mass., 50, 99, 122, 

156, 245, 411, 458, 486, 497. 
Dorr, 250. 
Dorrance, 251. 
Dorshtimer, 251. 
Doty, 251. 
Doud, 251. 
Douglass, 251. 
Douglass, Mass., 47, 108, 165, 

218, 255, 309, 337, 369, 407, 

447. 497. 591. 595- 

Doulbear, 251. 

Dove, 252. 

Dover, Eng., 565, 566. 

Dover, N. H., 336. 

Dover, N. Y., 168. 

Dow, 252, 32, 42, 54, 57, 75, 
loi, 107, 158, 201, 203, 205, 
222, 224, 246, 253, 307, 312, 
315. 434, 463, 496, 566. 

Down, 252. 

Downer, 252. 

Downing, 252. 

Doyle, 252. 

Dracut, Mass., 381, 506, 584. 

Drake. 252. 

Dramatic Writer, 429. 

Draper, 253. 

Draver, 253. 

Drayton, 253. 

Drax, Eng., 351, 364. 

Dresser, 253. 

Driver, 254. 

Drew, 254. 

Drinkwater, 2^4. 

Driscnll, 254. 

Drowne, 254. 

Drury, 255. 

Dryden, N. Y., 30, 162. 

Dublin Co., N. C, 459- 

Dudley, 255 

Dudley, Mass., 86, 213, 225, 275, 
283. 

Duffey, 255. 



INDEX 



Duffie, 255. 

Duke of Genevois, 278, 467. 

Duke of Leeds, 240, 367. 

Dukes, 255. 

Dulson, 255. 

Dumfries, Scot., 65, 227. 

Dummerstown, Vt., 490, 528. 

Duncan, 255. 

Duncheler, 255. 

Dungenness, Ga.. 330. 

Dungenness Isle, Ga., 189. 

Dunham, 256, 19, 20. 

Dunkin, 163. 

Dunlap, 256. 

Dunn, 256, 380, 563. 

Dunning, 256. 

Dunstable, N. H., JT, 202, 426, 

516, 
Dunvvell, 256. 
Dupee, 257. 

Deputy Collector, 565, 566. 
Durfee, 257. 
Durfey, 257. 
Durfie, 257. 
Durham, Me., 414. 
Durich, 258. 
Durkie, 258. 
Durnam, 258. 
Duxbury, Mass., 71, 121, 122, 

385 
D welly, 260. 
Dwight, 260. 
Dyer, 258. 



Eager, 260. 

Eagle Bank, I'rov., 501, 504. 

Earle, 260, 262 

East i^ridgewater, Mass., 

Easterbrooks, 262. 

Eastern Diocese, 337. 

East Greenwich, R. I., 32, 38, 
50. 56, 58, 59, 61, 66, 70, 90, 
94. 95i 96, no, 115, 118, 120, 
125, 127, 128, 130, 132, 162, 
163, 164, 172, 188, 192, 196, 
200, 20 r, 207, 208, 220, 221, 
229, 235, 269, 277, 291, 303, 
304, 311, 314, 321, 325, 326, 



East Greenwich, R. I., — Con. 
327, 328, 330, 331, 332, 333, 
334. 340, 342. 343. 348, 356, 
371, 376, 385, 386, 392, 402, 
409, 410, 411, 412, 415, 423, 
425, 430, 432, 436, 467, 480, 
490, 491, 492, 495, 496, 507, 
S'3. 514. 518, 524, 527, 530, 
542, 543, 553, 555, 559, 579, 
580. 

East Haddam, Ct., 92, 142, 181, 
199. 

East Hartford, Ct , 89, 302. 

East Haven, Ct., 477. 

Eastman, 262. 

Easton, 262, 159, 394, 

Easton, Mass., 125, 284, 286, 439, 
526, 585, 588. 

East Wuisor, Ct., 106, 160, 211, 
322, 382, 454, 470, 482, 588. 

Eathforth, 263. 

Eaton, 262. 420, 442, 530. 

Eaton, N. Y , 294, 548. 

Eckerman, 264 

Eckert, 264. 

Eddy, 264, 27, 38, 49, 69, 78, 
79, 81, 88, 129, 141, 149, 

175, ^lly 192, 196, 202, 217, 
220, 242, 257, 266, 285, 304, 

309, 320, 329, 364, -:,■]■&, 380, 

382, 388, 417,429. 436, 438. 
458, 461, 462, 466, 467, 480, 

492, 499, S17, 521, 532, 539, 

555. 578, 579. 593- 
Edes, 267, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 

33. 34- 35. l^y 38, 42, 44. 45, 
46, 49, 52. 54. 55. 56, 57. 59. 
60, 61, 62, 63, 68, 70, 73, 74, 
75, 79, 82, 83, 85, 87, 89, 93, 
96, 97, 98, 99. 100, 10 1, 102, 
104, 108. 1 13, 114, 1 15, 119, 
123, 125, 127, 129, 133, 134, 
136, 138, 139, \i,\, 144, 146, 
147, 148, 150, 152, 153. 154. 
156, 159, 161, 162, 163, 164, 
168, 174, 180, 182, 183, 185, 
186, 187, 194, 195, 198, 200, 
204,208, 209, 217 218, 220, 
224, 225, 228, 229, 230, 232, 

233, 234, 2\\, 245, 246, 247, 



XXIII 



Edes, — Continued. 

252,253, 254, 255, 
259, 260, 261, 262, 
267, 269, 271, 273, 
281, 282, 283, 285, 

297. 300, 301, 307, 
3^3, 318, 319, 323. 

328, 330, 332, 7,SS, 

340, 341, 343, 344, 
349, 350, 352, 353. 
358, 359. 361, 364. 
374. 375, 378, 379. 
386, 389, 390, 391, 
397. 398, 399. 400, 
406, 407, 409, 411, 
418, 419.424, 429. 
443. 447. 450, 452. 
460, 462, 464, 465, 
472, 474. 475. 476, 
481, 482, 484, 488, 
492, 496, 497, 499, 
S02, 503, 509, 513, 
521, 522, 523, 524, 
530, 531, 533. 534. 
544, 548, 550. 551, 
554. 557. 558, 562, 
571, 573. 582, 583, 
594. 596. 598- 

Eden, Me., 202, 482. 

Edenboro, Scot., 409. 

Edenburgh, N. Y., 190 

Edenton, N. C, 414. 

Edgar, 267. 

Edgartovvn, Mas.s., 93, 

Editor, 26, 27, 32, 36, ( 
87, 102, 130, 131, 
170, 172, 177, 181, 
207, 222, 223, 225, 
242, 273, 278, 292, 

298. 303. 3' I. 314. 
343. 347. 361, 369. 
399, 412, 433,440, 
49'. 494. 495. 498. 
514, 528, 532, 548, 
579, 588, 589. 593, 
599- 

Edmonds, 267. 
Edson, 267, 228, 415 
Edwards, 267, 250. 
Edwardsville, 111., 400. 



256, 257 
263, 264 
275, 276 
286, 292 
308, 312 
326, 327 
336, 339 
345. 346 
354. 355 
366, 368 

384. 385 
393. 395 
401, 402 

4'3. 4'4 
433. 438 

453. 457 
470, 47 1: 

477. 478 

489, 490 

500, 501 

5 '4, 520 

525. 526 

537, 538 

552, 553 

563, 569 

587, 593 



196, 408. 

i2, 63. 78, 

'33. '43, 
202, 204, 
227, 230, 
294, 297, 
333, 340, 
387. 393, 
461, 464, 
508, 509, 
551, 571, 
597, 598, 



Egan, 268. 

Eggleston, 268. 

Eichforth, 268, 

Eighteenth Regt. of R. I., 67. 

Eld, 268. 

Elderkin, 268. 

Eldred, 268. 

Eldredge, 269. 

Elgina, Greece, loi, 493. 

Ehzabeth, 269. 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 27, 348, 

47'. 494. 495- 

Elizabeth City, N. C, Star, 495. 

Elkanah, 269. 

Elland, Eng., 277, 459. 

Ellenborough, 269. 

Ellery, 269. 
■ Ellett, 270. 

Elliott, 270, 38. 

Ellis, 270, 96. 

Ellsbree, 271. 

Ellsworth, Me., 288, 373. 

Elmendorf, 271. 

Elmes, 271. 

Elm Hill, E. G, R.I, 188, 326. 

Elton, 271, 88, 134, 155, 219, 
256, 328, 352, 360, 386, 439, 
466, 470, 507, 521, 560, 574. 

Ely, 271. 

Embassy, British, 225, 268. 

Emerson, 271, 171, 271, 321, 

393. 529. 581. 
Emmas, 272. 
Emory, 272. 
Emperor, 507. 

Emperor of Austria, 182, 298. 
Emperor of the French, 483, 506. 
Enfield, Ct.. 87, 412, 472. 
Engals, 272. 
Engineer, U. S Corps of, 67, 86, 

126. 140, 294, 429, 464. 
Engineer, U. S. Topographical, 

4'7. 571. 577- 
England, 69, 99, 122, 149, 150, 
161, 197, 231, 240, 268, 289, 
295. 299, 3'6, 32', 337, 345, 
364, 367, 371, 378, 420, 427, 
43 r, 440, 448, 458, 492, 507, 
508, 530, 552, 562, 567, 573, 
594, 596. 



England, King of, 173, 360. 

England, Prince Royal of, 507. 

English (name), 272. 

English, 486. 

English Banker, 216. 

Ennis, 272. 

Enquirer, the, 292, 588. 

Entwistle, 272. 

Envoy Extraordinary, 395, 513. 

Epes, 272. 

Episcopal, 535. 

Episcopal Church, 187, 469, 519. 

Episcopal Church, Hartford, 

Ct, 89. 
Episcopal Church, Providence, 

113 
Eppinger, 272. 
Erpell, 272. 
Erskine. 272. 
PZschenburg, 272. 
Esdell, 272. 
Esleck, 272. 
Essex, 272. 

Essex Co., Mass , 289. 
Essex, Eng., 249. 
Essex, Va., 493. 
Estabrooks, 273. 
Esten, 273. 
Esterbrooks, 273. 
ICstes, 273. 
Etchell, 273. 
Europe, 269. 
Eustice, 273. 
Eustis, 273. 
Evans, 273. 

Evening Bulletin, 376, 385. 
Everett. 273, 544. 
Ewell, 274. 
Ewers, 53. 
Ewing, 274. 
Evvinger, 274- 
Exchange Bank, Providence, 

153. 225. 
Exeter, N. H., 32, 152, 238, 240, 

311. 451- 
Exeter, R. I., 32, 34, 56, 60, 89, 
118, 124, 179, 212, 219, 235, 
251, 264, 303, 304, 305- 306, 
342, 383, 387, 422, 435, 437, 



Exeter, R. I., — Continued. 

438, 501, 540, 541, 543. 544. 

549. 550, 572, 577, 580. 
Extel, 274. 
Eyneuf, 274. 



Fairbanks, 274. 

Fairbrother, 275. 

Fair Champion of the Wheel, 
122. 

Fairfield, N. Y,, 59, no. 

Fairhaven, Mass., 26, 122, 560. 

Fair Maid of Athens, loi, 493. 

Fairman, 275. 

Faisneau, 275. 

Fales, 275. 

Fall, 276. 

Fall River, Mass., 26, 30, 37, 38, 
52, 53, 62, 73, 96, 106, 109, 
no, 1 17, 118, 146, 148, 171, 
176, 177, 186, 191, 193, 197, 
201, 207, 210, 211, 220, 235, 
236, 257, 258, 260, 262, 266, 
267, 278, 285, 290, 293. 298, 
310, 311, 317. 324. 342. 344. 
360, 370, 393. 403. 407. 4' 5. 
420, 438, 443, 446, 450, 456, 
460, 463, 472, 479, 491, 503, 
505, 510, 512, 555, 556, 564, 
573- 576. 580, 586, 591, 598. 

Fall River Bank, 257. 

Fallard, 276. 

Falmouth, Mass., 78, 136, 268, 
271, 286, 415. 

Fanning, 276. 

Fargo, 276. 

Farley, 276, 23, 25, 43, 51, 75. 
74, 82, 160, 171, 172, 314, 
336. 359. 393. 406, 415. 421. 
438, 562. 

l<"arman, 276. 

Farmer, 276. 

Farnsworth, 276. 

Farnum, 276, 89, 2-Jl, 584. 

Farrand, 277. 

l'\irrar, 277. 

l-"arrier, 277. 



Farrington, 277. 

Farris, 278. 

Farstall, 276. 

Faulkner, 278. 

Fourset, 278. 

Fawley, 278. 

Faxon, 278. 

Fayetteville, N. C, 103, 343, 

502. 
Fayetteville, S. C, 280, 284, 

394. 461. 
Fayetteville, Vt., 547. 

Fearing, 278. 

Federal Street Theatre, 43. 

Female Preacher, 230, 586. 

Ferdinand IV, 4C6. 

Ferguson, 278, 148, 227, 266, 

286, 296, 472, 480, 490. 
Felch, 278. 
Felix, 278. 
Fell, 278. 
Fellows, 279. 
Felt, 279 
Fenner, 279. 
Fenno, 281. 
Fessenden, 281. 
Field, 2S2. 
Fields, 284. 
Fifeshire, Scot., 409. 
F"ifield, 284, 1 59, 439- 
Fighting Island, Battle of, 363, 

481. 
Fillmore, 284, 530. 
Finch, 285, 533. 
Finn, 285. 
P'inney, 285. 
F"irst Baptist Church, Boston, 

192. 
First Baptist Church, Newark, 

N. J.,335- 
First Baptist Church, Providence, 

100, 448. 
First Congregational and So- 
ciety, Killingly, Ct., 394. 
First Congregational Church, 

Providence, 153, 283,481. 
First Consul, 108, 531. 
Fish, 285. 
Fisher, 286, 162, 165, 231. 



Fiske, 287, 86, 93, 102, 138, 
164, 188, 194, !9S, 277, 287, 
359. 374, 375> 403. 468, 488, 
508, 516, 536, 556, 557. 

Fitchburg, Mass., 554, 558, 568. 

Fitzgerland, 288. 

Fitzhugh, 288. 

Fitzpatrick, 288. 

Fitts, 288. 

Flagg, 288. 

Flanders, 439. 

Flarety, 289. 

Fleet, 289. 

Fleetwood, 289. 

Fleming, 289. 

Flemming, 289. 

Fletcher, 289. 

Flinn, 289. 

Flint, 289. 

Flipper, 2S9. 

Florence, A. T., 143. 

Flatford, 289. 

Floyd, 289. 

Flushing, L. I., 201, 566. 

Flynt, 289. 

Fobes, 310. 

Fogg, 290. 

Folger, 290. 

Follett, 290. 

Folsom, 290. 

Fonerden, 290. 

Foote, 423, 503. 

Forbes, 238. 

Forbush, 290. 

Ford, 290, 176. 

Forgot, 290. 

Forks, 291. 

Forrester, 291. 

I'^orster, 291. 

Fort, 291. 

fort Hawkins, Ga., 119, 338. 

Fort Mitchell, 252, 370. 

Fort Nelson, Ala., 97, 594. 

Fort Pike, N. Y., 65, 351. 

Fort Walcott, 383, 412. 

Forth, 291. 

Fosdick, 291. 

P'oss, 291. 

Foster, 291, 19, 20, 29, 49, 147. 



INDEX 



p'oster, R. I., 25, 27, 28, 29, 49, 
51, 56, 66, 67, 73, 90, 95. 
100, 116, 136, 151, 166, 160, 
168, 169, 198, 200, 201, 227, 
227, 229, 263, 264, 279, 280, 
281, 290, 291, 336, 345, 348, 
350. 365. 375. 376, 379. 380, 
381, 383.398, 4'2, 414. 435. 
444, 460, 483, 489, 526, 544, 
548, 549, 556, 559, 560, 561, 
562, 564, 565, 584, 595. 

Foushee, 292. 

Fowle, 293. 

Fowler, 293, 72, 136, 151, 239, 
240, 294, 500, 539. 

Fox, 294. 

Foxboro, Mass, 103, 120, 487, 

497. 527, 556. 
Fraden, 294. 
Framingham, Mass., 263, 302, 

358, 384, 488, 500. 
France, 97, 241, 243. 
France, Vice Constable of, 97, 

269. 
France, Imperial Army of, 391. 
Franconia, N. H., 420, 579. 
Francour, 294. 
Frankfort, N. Y., 353. 
Franklin, 294. 
Franklin, Ct., 66, 143, 207, 284, 

353. 544- 

Franklin, Mass., 76. 147, 164, 
268, 272, 275, 311, 335, 358, 
360, 17%, 383, 44^, 464, 488, 
490, 507. 556. 586. 

Franklin, N. Y., 194. 

Franks, 295. 

Fraymouth, 295. 

Freake, 295. 

Fredericksburg, Md., 482, 570. 

Fredericksburg, Va., 213. 

Freebody, 295. 

Freeborn, 295. 

Freehold, N. Y., 291, 556. 

Freeman, 296. 

Freetown, Mass., 39, 43, 44, 1 10, 
116, 122, 148, 161, 167, 195, 
201, 216, 220, 224, 272, 335, 
356, 357, 418, 419,512, 519. 
526, 527, 534, 557- 



French (name), 297. 

French, 436. 

French Army, 441. 

French, Emperor of the, 483, 

506. 
Francis I, 298. 
Francis, 298. 
Frickett, 299. 
Friend, 299. 
Friends' Ceremony, 176, 590, 

597- 
Friends' Meeting House, Athens, 

N. Y., 40, 407. 
Friends' M. H., Baltimore, Md., 

296, 542. 
Friends' M. H., Cranston, R. I., 

39. 49. 56, 90, 328, 407- 
Friends' M. H., Dartmouth, 

Mass., 309. 
Friends' M. H., Durham, Me., 

199. 414. 

Friends' M. H,, Fall River, 

Mass., 176, 177, 591. 
Friends' M. H., Hopkinton, R. 

I., 201, 331, 422. 
Friends' M. H., Nantucket, 

Mass.. 261, 394, 540. 
Friends' M. H., New Bedford, 

Mass., 328, 522. 
Friends' M. H., Newport, R. I., 

79, 114, 115, 14s, 146, 174, 

200, 206, 242, 261, 304, 320, 
419, 436, 500. 

Friends' M. H., New York, 204, 

214, 460, 487. 
Friends' M. H., Pembroke,Mass., 

363. 450. 
Friends' M. H., Portsmouth, R. 

I., 49, 51, 176, 201, 243, 296, 

305. 357. 437. 438, 498, 560. 
Friends' M. H., Providence, R. 

I., 48, 206, 242, 339, 386, 

400, 451, 541. 
Friends' M. H., Smithfield, R. 

I-. 30, 37, 86, 176, 326, 

348. 
Friends' M. H., Somerset, Mass., 

142, 339- 
Friends' M. H., Taunton, 446. 
Frieze, 140, 146, 247, 289, 335, 



Frieze, — Continued. Gano, — Continued. 

366, 407, 445, 457. 160, 162, 164, 165, 166, 168, 

Frink, 299. 170, 173, 174, 175, 177, 178, 

Frith, 299. 179, 181, 184, 185, 187, 188, 

Frizell, 299. 189, 190, 193, 196, 198, 199, 

Frost, 299. 200, 203, 204, 205, 207, 208, 

Frothingham, 299, 558. 209. 210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 

Fruit, 299. 216, 217, 218, 2ig, 220, 221, 

Fruit Hill, R. I., 82, 520. 224, 225, 228, 229, 230, 231, 

Fry, 299, 96, 543- 232, 233, 234, 239, 245, 246, 

Fryburg, Mass., 96, 188. 247, 249, 250, 252, 254, 256, 

Fuller, 300, 530,543. 257, 260,261,262,263,264, 

Fullerton, 301. 265, 266, 269, 270, 271, 272, 

Fulton Market, N. Y., 173. 274, 279, 280, 282, 283, 287, 

Fulton, Steamer, 204, 535. 288, 291, 292, 294, 299, 300, 

Furnance, 301. 303, 307, 308, 309, 312, 313, 

314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 

320, 321, 324, 325, 326, 327, 

328, 332, 334, 335, 338, 339, 

341, 342. 344, 345, 347, 348, 

Gabriel, 301. 349, 354, 355. 356, 357, 359, 

Gage, 301. 360,362,363,364,365,366, 

Gair, 302. 367, 368, 369, 373, 374, 375. 

Gale, 302, 90, 206, 296, 431, 377, 378,379,380,381,382, 

478. 383, 385, 387, 388, 389, 390, 

Galla, Europe, 97, 269. 391, 392, 393, 395, 396, 399, 

Gallagher, 302. 400, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 

Gallandet, 302. 407, 409, 412, 413, 414, 417, 

Galloway, 302. 418, 419, 420, 429, 432, 433, 

Gallup, 302. 434, 435. 436, 437, 440, 444, 

Galton, 302. 447, 448, 451, 452, 453, 454, 

Gammell, 27, 28, 37, 65, 72, 80, 458, 459, 460, 461, 462, 463, 

98, 138, 155, 157, 173, 184, 465, 466,467,469,470,471, 

191, 194, 213, 257, 278, 295, 473, 474, 475, 477. 479, 480, 

296, 362, 381, 388, 416. 431, 484, 487, 488, 489, 490, 493, 

436, 438, 466, 495, 5 '4. 523, 495, 500, 502, 503, 504, 505. 

532, 541, 557, 565, 567. 506, 508, 509, 510, 511, 512, 

Gammett, 551. 517, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522, 

Gano, 303, 23, 26, 27, 31, 32, 524, 534, 535, 536, 538, 540, 

33, 37, 40, 42, 44. 45- 48, 49, 542, 545, 546, 547, 548, 550, 

52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 59, 61, 62, 552, 553, 554, 555, 560. 561, 

63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 562, 563, 565, 566, 567, 568, 

71, 74, 78, 79, 82, 85, 87, 88, 569, 575, 578, 579. 581, 588, 

89, 92, 94, 95, 96, 98, 99, 589, 590, 592. 593- 594. 595, 

102, 105, 107, no, 112, 114, 596. 

115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121, Garcia, 303. 

122, 127, 131, 132, 133, 134, Gardiner, 303, 34, 35, 56, 57. 

135, 137, 138, 141. 142, 144, 64, 99, 128. 285, 304, 310, 

146, 147, 148, 149. 150, 151, 320, 369. 437. 459, 480, 498, 

152, 153, 155, 156, 157, 158, 545. 563, 577- 



Gardiner, Me., 185, 187, 248, 519. 
Gardiner's Neck, Mass., 303. 
Garfield, 306. 
Garim, 307. 
Garland, 307. 
Garnett, 307. 
Garzee, 307. 
Gates, 307. 
Gavett, 307. 

Gay, 307, 190, 493, 527, 535. 
Gaylord, 307. 

Gazette, the Boston, 227, 597. 
Gazette, Louisville, Ga., 311. 
Gazette, Lansingburgh, 433. 
Gazette, the Missouri, 89, 224. 
Gazette, New Hampshire, 387. 
Gazette, New York, 170, 432. 
Gazette, Providence, 133. 
Gazette, Salem, Mass., 91, 378. 
Gazette, United States, 130. 
George, 308. 

Georgetown, D. C., 228, 295, 
310, 337, 338, 411,423, 435, 

459. 577- 
Georgetown, S. C., 417. 
Georgia, 62, 69, 188, 326, 372, 

480. 
Georgia, Argus, 361, 599. 
Germany, 272, 429, 442, 592. 
Gerry, 308. 
Gibbs, 308. 
Gibraltar, 106. 
Gibson, 309, 65, 163, 189, 330, 

515- 
Giddings, 309. 
Gifford, 309. 
Gilbert, 310. 
Giles, 310, 197. 
Gilford, 311. 
Gilka, 311. 
Gill, 311. 

Gillett, 311, 443, 571. 
Gilliam, 311. 
Gilliott, 311. 
Gillmati, 3r i . 
Gillmore, 31 1. 
Gillson, 311. 
Gindrat, 311. 
Girard, 311, 431. 
Gisborn, Eng., 73, 339. 



Gladding, 312. 

Glass, 314. 

Glastonbury, Ct., 134, 185. 

Glazier, 314. 

Glen Fails, N. Y., 590. 

Globe Bank, Providence, 86, 582. 

Glocester, Mass., 234, 446, 466, 

547. 557- 

Glocester, R. I., 28, 29, 30, 31, 
42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 53, 55, 57, 
58. 59. 71. 7l> 75. 17, 82, 94, 
100, 102, 105, 1 13, 1 14, 1 15, 
116, 117, 121, 133, 147, 151, 
152, 158, 165, 179, 182, 193, 
197, 198, 203, 208, 210, 214, 
215, 217, 225, 228, 233, 234, 
247, 249, 266, 273, 282, 290, 
292, 317, 318, 323, 327, 328, 
345. 349. 355. 359- 360, n\, 
376, 380, 389, 391, 399, 409, 
415, 417, 418, 423,433, 435, 
452, 459, 464, 465, 478, 479, 
485, 492, 498, 499. 500, 505, 
519, 523, 525, 526, 527, 541, 
550, 555. 556, 558. 559. 564, 
579, 583- 

Glover, 314. 

Gobrigh, 314. 

Goddard, 314. 

Goddell, 314. 

Godeau's Company, 28, 104. 

Godfrey, 315, 371. 

Goff, 315. 

Goffstown, N. H., 496, 557. 

Going, 45, 558, 568. 

Gold, 316. 

Goldsboro, 316. 

Goldsmith, 316. 

Gonsolve, 316. 

Gonzales, 316. 

Gooch, 316. 

Good, 316. 

Goodale, 317. 

Goodenough, 317. 

Goodhue, 317. 

Gooding, 317. 

Goodjudge, 398, 550. 

Goodnow, 317. 

Goodson, 317. 

Goodspeed, 317. 



XXIX 



Goodwin, 317. 

Goold, 318. 

Gordon, 318. 

Gore, 318. 

Gorey, 318. 

Gorham, 318. 

Gorham, Me., 79, 409. 

Gorton, 319. 

Goshen, O., 433. 

Gosport, Va., 84, 103. 

Goss, 320. 

Gould, 320. 

Goulett, 321. 

Gourveneur, 321. 

Governor, 302. 

Governor of Louisiana, no, 187, 

411,423. 
Governor of North Carohna, 

409. 
Governor of Rhode Island, 417. 
Grace, 321. 

Grace Ch., N. Y., 317. 
Grace Ch., Prov., 301, 334. 
Gracus, 321. 

Graduate of Brown University, 
278, 366. 

Grafton, 321. 

Grafton, Mass., 37, 68, 94, 207, 
290, 403, 418, 441, 514. 

Gragg, 321. 

Graham, 321, 261. 

Gramon, 321. 

Grand Marshal, Napoleon's, 97. 

Granger, 321. 

Grant, 322. 

Gratton, 322. 

Graupner, 322. 

Graves, 323, 298, 314. 

Gray, 323. 

Grayman, 325. 

Greatax, 325. 

Great Barrington, Mass., 122. 

Great Britain, 25, 108, 360, 505. 

Great Torrington, Eng., 252. 

Greece, 52, 491. 

Greece, Missionary to, 126, 284. 

Greek Committee, 52, 491. 

Greene, 325, 25,88,91,95,129, 
161, 187, 191, 200, 224, 260, 
271, 285, 302,305, 314, 355. 



Greene, — Continued. 

387, 406, 419, 448, 460, 516, 
520, 538. 575. 580, 599- 
Greene Co., N. Y., 225, 268. 
Greenfield, 334. 
Greenfield, Mass., 69, 453, 516. 

Greenleaf, 334. 
Greenman. 334. 

Greenville, N. Y., 35, 408. 

Greenville, R. I., 350. 

Greenwich, Mass., 147. 

Greenwich, N. Y., 535. 

Greenwich, R. I., 185, 198, 355. 

Gregory, 335. 

Gretna Green, Scot., 192, 237. 

Greuhm, 335. 

Grew, 335. 

Grey, 335. 

Greyson, 335. 

Gridley. 335. 

Grieve. 335, 377. 

Grieves, 336. 

Griffeth, 336. 

Griffiths, 336. 

Griffin, 336, 186,237,285,505, 
568. 

Grinman, 336. 

Grinnell, 336. 

Griswold, 336, 25, 28, 34, 40, 
64, 66,90, III, 121, 128, 182, 
186, 191, 221, 229, 244, 249, 
255. 319. 329. 342, 378, 397. 
402, 406, 413, 450, 454. 482, 
484, 490, 491, 492. SOI. 504, 
505. 514. 533. 546, 572, 590 
597- 

Griswold, Ct., 529. 

Grossman, 337. 

Grosvenor, 337. 

Groton, Ct., 209, 302, 337, 410, 
591. 

Groton, Mass., 564, 591. 

Grove, 409. > 

G rover, 337. 

Groves, 337, 118. 

Grow, 337, 3S7, 527. 

Grubb, SS7- 

Grueby, 337. 

Guahm, 337. 

Guade, 337. 



Gudgeon, 337. 
Guelph, 337. 
Guest, 337. 
Guild, 337. 
Guile, 338. 
Guilford, Eng., 506. 
Guilford, Ct., 293, 302. 
Guilford, Vt., 470, 537. 
Gunn, 338. 
Guphe, 338. 
Gurney, 338, 369. 
Gushee, 49,64, 105, 127, 144, 169, 
174, 217, 356, 357, 433, 444, 

497. 545. 546, 551, 574. 585- 
Guston, 338. 
Guyton, 338. 
Gwynn, 338. 



H 



Hack, 338. 

Hadwen, 339. 

Hagerstown, Md., 98, 195, 577, 

592. 
Haggerty, 339. 
Hague, 339. 
Hailer, 339. 
Haile, 339. 
Haines, 339. 
Hale, 339. 
Hales, 340. 
Haley, 340. 
Halfpenny, 340. 
Halifax, Eng., 277, 454. 
Halifax, Mass., 346. 
Halifax, N. S., 96, 252, 347, 389, 

580. 
Halifax, N. S., Theatre, 389. 
Hall, 340, 36,84, 134, 147, 183, 

195, 231, 322, 355, 356, 439, 

457, 474, 475, 490, 552, 562, 

593- 
Hallett, 343. 
Halley, 88, 99. 
Halliday, 343. 
Hallock, 343. 
Hallowell, Me., 83, 442, 443, 522, 

571, 589. 
Halsey, 344. 



Hambley, 344. 

Hamer, 344. 

Hamor, 344. 

Hamilton, 344, 64,83, 103,125, 

157, 223,239, 338, 357, 373, 

442, 564- 
Hamlin, 344. 
Hamm, 344. 

Hammersmith, Eng., 301. 
Hammett, 344. 
Hammock, 345. 
Hammond, 345, iio, 264, 515, 

533. 578- 
Hampden, Me., 91, 274, 411, 532. 
Hampton, Ct., 62, 328, 345, 353, 

377. 3S3. 394. 474. 580. 
Hamstead, N. Y., 363, 495. 
Hancock, 345. 
Hancock Co., Me., 385. 
Hancock, N. H., 212, 317. 
Handy, 345. 

Handover, N. H., 102, 495. 
Hanson, 345. 

Hanson, Mass., 356, 386, 598. 
Harden, 346. 
Hardenburg, 346. 
Hardenbough, 346. 
Harding, 346. 
Hardon, 347. 
Hardy, 347. 
Hare, 347. 
Hargrave, 383, 591. 
Hargrove, 347, 297, 347. 
Harkens, 347. 
Harkness, 347. 
Harmer, 344. 
Harper, 347. 
Harrell, 348. 
Harrington, 348. 
Harris, 348, 354.475- 
Harrisburg, Pa., 422, 493. 
Harrison, 351. 
Harrocks, 352. 
Harrod, 352. 
Hart, 352, 190, 247, 294, 345, 

445. 526, 535, 547. 590. 
Hartford Co., Md., 217, 276. 
Hartford, Ct., 85, 89, 107, 120, 

151, 183, 193, 204, 210, 221, 

231, 240, 256, 271, 278, 291, 



Hartford, Ct., — Continued. 

293. 298, 302, 452, 457, 486, 

502, 554, 558, 593. 
Hartford Circus, 483. 
Hartford, Ct., Times, 120, 516. 
Hartshorn, 352. 
Hartwell, 353, 127. 
Harvard College, 445. 
Harvard College, Prof, in, 180, 

270. 
Harvey, 353. 
Harvvood, 354. 
Haskell, 354. 
Haskins, 355, 103. 
Hastings, 355. 
Hatch, 355. 
Hathaway, 356, JJ, 84, 272, 

526. 
Hatten, 358. 
Hattrick, 358. 
Haughton, 358. 
Hausvvell, 358. 
Havana, W. I., 194. 
Haven, 358. 
Havens, 358. 

Haverhill, Mass., 352, 535, 556. 
Havves, 358. 
Hawkes, 359. 
Hawkins, 359, 71, 82, 273, 

493, 500, 527. 
Hawley, 360, 321. 
Hay, 360. 
Hayden, 361. 
Hayes, 361 . 
Hayford, 361. 
Haylander. 361. 
Haynes, 361. 
Hay ward, 361. 
Hazard, 361. 
Hazeltine, 363. 
Hazelton, 363, 50, 175, 221, 

315, 411,414, 415,455- 
Heacock, 363, 363. 
Head, 363. 
Heald, 363. 
Healey, 363. 
Hearsey, 363. 
Heart, 363. 
Heath, 363. 
Heaton, 364. 



Hebron, Ct., 131, 190, 251, 2521 

311, 460, 511. 
Hedding, 154, 461. 
Heels, 364. 
Hefferlin, 364. 
Height, 364. 
Helme, 364. 
Hemaiis, 364. 
Hemborough, 364. 
Hem en way, 364. 
Henderson, 365. 
Hendley, 365. 
Hendrick, 365. 
Hendricks. 365. 
Henry, 365. 
Henshaw, 366. 
Herald of Newburyport, Mass., 

32. 
Herald, the Republican, 333, 

551- 

Herald of the United States, 
197, 548. 

Herb, 366. 

Herculaneum, Mo., 65, 378. 

Herkimer Co., N. Y., 448. 

Herlitz, 366. 

Herrick, 366. 

Herrico Co., Va., 294. 

Herring^ 366. 

Herrington, 366. 

Hervey, 366. 

Hester St., N. Y., 204, 487. 

Hetherington, 367. 

Hewitt, 367. 

Hewes, 367. 

Hibbard, 223, 458. 

Hickey, 367. 

Hickman, 367. 

Hicks, 367. 

Hidden, 368. 

Higgins, 368. 

Higgison, 368. 

High Bank, O., 460, 578- 

High School, Pawtucket, 363, 
450. 

High Sheriff, 385, 519, 595. 

Hitl, 368, 33, 49, ?<(i, 100, 105, 
114, 115, 141, 144, 165, 178, 
226, 228, 249, 252, 297, 300, 
323. 337. 370, 383. 392, 394. 



Hill, — Continued. 

396. 397,401,403. 412, 4'3. 
447, 469, 474, 503, 522, 526, 

533. 536. 573- 
Hillaid, 371. 
Hiller, 371. 
Hillman, t,ji. 
Hills, 371. 

Hillsdale, N. Y., 538. 
Hillson, 371. 
Himes, 371. 
Hinckley, 371. 
Hindman, 371. 
Hines, iji. 
Hingham, Mass., 181, 307, 311, 

424. 
Hinman, 372. 
Hinsdale, 372. 
Hiscock, 372. 
Hiscox, 372. 
Hitchcock, 372. 
Hoar, 372. 
Hobbs, 372. 
Hobart, 372, 310. 
Hodge, 372, 357, 382. 
Hodges, 373. 
Hodgkinson, 374. 
Hoes, 374. 
Hoffses, 374. 
Hogan, 374. 
Hog Island, R. I., no. 
Hogg, 374 
Hoit, 374. 
Holbrook, 374. 
Holburton, 374. 
Holcomb, 566. 
Holden, 374. 
Holdon, Mass., 130, 131, 366, 

375. 511. 
Holdenburg, 375. 
Holdoff, 375. 
Holland (name), 377. 
aHolland, lOl, 412. 
Holies, 377. 
Holley, 377. 
Holliston, Mass., 25, 190, 275, 

396. 
Holman, 377, 47, I54- 358, 

565, 591- 



Holmes, 375, no, 186, 210, 

217, 218, 376. 
Holmesburgh, Pa., 27, 404. 
Holroyd, 377. 
Holt, 377. 
Holton, 378. 
Homan, 378. 
Homer, 378, 390. 
Homer, N. Y., 448. 
Homes, 378. 
Hone, 378. 
Honey, 378. 
Honeywell, 378. 
Hood, 378. 
Hook, 378. 
Hooke, 378. 
Hooker, 379. 
Hooper, 379. 
Hoosic, N. Y., 515. 
Hope, Pleasures of, 161. 
Hopkins, 379, 576. 
Hopkmton, Mass., 241, 385, 

480, 598. 
Hopkinton, R. I., 80, 106, 149, 

150, 171, 181, 182, 186, 187, 

201, 211, 234, 243, 291, 305, 
331, 422,436, 453, 480, 481, 
541, 544, 560, 573, 579.- 

Hoppin, 380. 

Horbin, 381. 

Horn, 381. 

Horr, 381. 

Horsewell, 381. 

Horsvvell, 381. 

Horton, 381, 302. 

Hoskins, 382. 

Hospital, U. S. Marine, 397. 

Hotchkiss, 382. 

Hotel Paris. France, 225. 

Hoton, 382. 

House, 382. 

Houselander, 382. 

House, Speaker of, Me., 308. 

Houston, 382. 

Hovey, 383. 

Howard, 383, 150, 155, 198, 

202, 207, 4n, 426, 560. 
Howe, 384, 185, 302, 598. 
Howell, 385, 261, 280. 
Howland, 385. 



Howies, 387. 
Hoxie, 387. 
Hoyle, 387. 
Hoyt, 387. 

Hubbard, 387, 131, 254. 
Huddy, 388. 
Hudson, 388, 

Hudson, N. Y., 127, 156, 166, 
238, 256, 377, 388, 416, 487. 
Huesties, 388. 
Huggens, 395. 
Hughes, 389. 
Hull, 389, 218, 352, 425, 442, 

475- 
Humes, 390. 
Humphrey, 390. 
Humphreys, 391. 
Humphries, 391. 
Hunnevvell, 391. 
Hunt, 391, 75, 106, 168, 272, 

360, 431, 523. 
Huntmgton, 393, 23 
Huntington, Ct., 264, 267. 
Huntress, 293. 
Huntsville, N. Y., 291, 486. 
Hurd, 393 
Hurlburt, 393. 
Hurley, 394. 
Hurst, 394. 
Hussey, 394. 
Hutchins, 394. 
Hutchinson, 395, 35, 408. 
Hutton, 395. 
Hyatt, 395. 
Hyde, 395. 
Hyde Co., N. C, 283. 



Indian, a Cherokee, 515, 587. 

Indian, the Six Nations, 422. 

Indiana State Bank, 274. 

Indians, 124. 

Industry, Me., 325. 

Infantry, United States, 172, 

534- 
Infantry, U. S., 2d Regiment of, 

401. 
Ingalls, 397. 
Ingell, 397. 
Ingersoll, 397. 
Ingham, 397. 
Ingles, 555. 
Ingraham, 397. 
Inman, 398. 
Innkeeper, 205, 517. 
Institute, American, 334, 571. 
Institute, Asbury Missionary, 

252. 
Intelligence, Canal of, 311. 
Intelligence, the Christian, 1S5, 

248. 
Investigator, 398. 
Ireland, 205, 517. 
Irish, 398. 
Irons, 399. 
Irwin, 399. 
Isaac, 399. 
Isle of Wight Co., Va., 317, 399, 

477- 
Italian Opera Co., 303, 461. 
Italy, 492, 506. 
Ives, 399. 



Ide, 396. 

Illinois, 205, 385. 

Illinois, U. S. Senator from, 92, 

485. 
Imperial Army, 243, 391. 
Inches, 396. 
India, 107, 342, 363. 
India, Missionary to, 416. 
Indian, 239, 321. 



Jack, 399. 

Jackins, 400. 

Jackman, 400. 

Jackson, 400. 

Jackson, O., 580. 

Jacobs, 401, 23, 24, 54, 55, 89, 
97. 107, 133, 154, 182, 205, 
279, 290, 327, 349, m, 391, 
392, 469,485. 514. 519, 544. 
54S. 553. 559. 569. 572. 574, 
5«i, 588. 



Jacquaws, 40 1. 

Jacques, 401. 

Jake ways, 402. 

Jamaica, L. I., 289, 295. 

Jamaica, Mass., 417, 466, 563. 

Jamaica, W. I., 413, 565. 

James, 402, 336. 

Jamestown, R. I., 38, 50, 149, 
17s, 201, 206, 207, 215, 306, 
3.31, 358,439- 444. 5i5> 517, 
52s, 574, 578. 

Jansen, 402. 

January, 402. 

Jarman, 402. 

Jarvis, 402. 

Jastram, 402. 

Jay, 402. 

Jay, Me., 197, 317. 

Jeffers, 403. 

Jefferson, 403. 

Jefferson Co., Ga., 311. 

Jeff ray, 403. 

Jeft, 403. 

Jenckes, 403, 171, 237. 

Jenkins, 407. 

Jenney, 407. 

Jennison, 407. 

Jenny, 407. 

Jepherson, 407. 

Jepson, 407. 

Jerauld, 407. 

Jernagan, 408. 

Jersey City, N. Y., 418, 570. 

Jessup, 408. 

Jewell, 408. 

JeweU, 408. 

Jewett City, Ct., 120, 138, 238. 

Jillson, 408. 

Jinson, 409. 

Jobson, 409. 

Johnson, 409, 202. 

Johnston, N. Y., 319, 353, 410. 

Johnston, R. I., 31, 32, 40, 44, 
46, 47. 54. 58. 60. 64, 71, 76. 
89. 91. 93. 94. 97. 100. 106, 
107, 114, 116, 124, 125, 126, 
13?. 133. 134. 135. 138. 139. 
140, 141, 152, 155. 162, 163, 
167, 181, 184, 185, 188, 203, 
215, 224, 236, 237, 241, 259, 



Johnston, R. I., — Continued. 
261, 266, 273, 274, 277, 279, 
280, 281, 287, 288, 293, 295, 
326, 329, 330, 331, 342, 349, 
350, 352, 358, 359, 360, 365, 
366, 368, 388, 399. 404. 405. 
41 1, 412, 415, 419, 420, 421, 
424, 426, 427, 428, 434, 435, 
436, 439, 440, 445, 448, 452, 
453. 455. 456, 464. 465. 466, 
478, 483, 485, 498, 499. 500, 
519, 526, 527, 532, 536, 546, 
547. 549. 550. 553. 556. 558. 
559- 569. 570, 572. 575, 577, 
580, 582, 594. 

Joiner, 410. 

Jolly, 412. 

Jones,4i3, 19,20,21,130,135, 
141, 249, 276, 277, 293, 414, 

447. 564- 
Jones Co., Ga.,449, 459. 
Jones Co., N. C., 429, 517. 
Jordan, 415. 
Joslin, 416. 
Journal, the Connecticut, 143, 

207. 
Journey, 416. 
Jouvett, 416. 
Joy, 416. 
Joyce, 351. 
Judson, 416, 29, 56, 57, 74, 

162, 180, 181, 307, 358, 370, 

377- 
Junior Editor, 332, 370, 376, 378, 

385.476. 530, 575. 581. 
Justin, 416. 

K 

Kaighan, 417. 

Kaighn, 417. 

Kalarama, Md., 126,335. 

Kaler, 417. 

Kalew, 417. 

Kane, 417. 

Kanhawa Co., Va., 345. 

KauU, 417. 

Kearney, 417. 

Keath, 419. 

Keech, 417. 



Keeley, 418. 

Keene, 418. 

Keene, N. H., 102, 103, 130, 
564, 591. 

Keep, 418. 

Keer, 418. 

Keith, 418. 

Keller, 419. 

Kelley, 419. 

Kellogg, 420. 

Kellogg, 420, 263, 333, 384, 
488, 550. 

Kelton, 420. 

Kendall, 420 

Kendrick, 421. 

Keiinard, 421. 

Kennebec, Me., 436, 498, 565. 

Kennebunk, Me., 316, 355, 387. 

Kennedy, 421, 90, 568. 

Kennicutt, 421. 

Kennon, 421. 

Kent, 421, 61,72,96, 123, 159, 
161. 170, 178, 211, 216, 235, 
242, 256, 257, 262, 284, 293, 
333, 345> 355. 363. 370, 376, 
380, 411, 420, 422, 443, 448, 
451, 472, 493, 504, 506, 521, 

547- 
Kent Co, Md., 122, 321. 
Kent, Eng., 249, 508, 571. 
Kentucky, 92, 485. 
Kenyon, 422. 
Kerr, 422. 
Ketcham, 422. 
Kettery, Me., 402. 
Key, 423. 

Keyes, 423, 284, 547. 
Kilbourne, 43, 131, 150, 169, 

263. 
Kieth, 423. 
Kidder, 423. 
Kiggins, 423. 
Kilborn, 423. 
Killey, 423. 
Killham, 423, 74, JT, 85, 102, 

143, 167, 173, 271, 274, 376, 

381, 509, 590. 
Killingly, Ct., 25, 29, 41, 53, 55, 

57. 58, 59. 63, 69, 70, 71. 76, 

85, 88, loi, 104, 115, 125, 



Killingly, Ct., — Continued. 

132, 144, 151, 156, 158, 159, 
167, 174, 175, 179, 194, 198, 
200, 20 r, 202, 207, 215, 216, 
219, 227, 228, 233, 237, 24s, 
246, 257, 267, 273, 276, 286, 
311, 323, 329, 360, 384, 385, 
394, 398, 404, 409, 414. 417. 
434. 435, 439, 444. 44^, 449. 
46 [, 473, 497,499, 500, 519, 
521, 530, 545, 555, 560, 564, 

565. 574. 594- 
Kilton, 423. 
Kimball, 423. 
Kimpton, 424. 
Kindell, 424. 

Kinderhook, N. Y., 374, 567. 
King, 424, loi, 323, 337,493- 
Kingman, 426. 
King of Naples, 483, 506. 
King of Netherland, 395, 513, 

567. 
King of Prussia, 395, 508, 513. 
King of Sardinia, 278, 467. 
King- of Two Sicilies, 278, 466. 
King of Wertenburg, 298, 507. 
King of Westphalia, 507. 
Kingsboro, N. Y., 352, 433. 
Kingsbury, 426. 
Kingsley, 426. 
Kingston, Mass., 92, 291, 386, 

544- 

Kingston, N. Y., 225, 477. 

Kingston, N. C, 241, 313. 

Kingston, R. I., 172, 192, 364, 
507, 562. 

Kingston, U. C, 86, 229, 597. 

Kuinicutt, 426, 418, 435, 475- 

Kinsley, 427. 

Kirkham, 144. 

Kirkland, 272. 

Kirrouchtree, Eng., 136, 506. 

Kite, 427. 

Knapp, 427. 

Kneeland, 427. 

Knight, 427, 40, 45. 47, 70, 90, 
149, 195, 196, 222, 223, 246, 
258, 280, 287, 288, 300, 326, 
349, 350, 360, 367, 379, 388. 
419, 421, 427, 428, 432, 478, 



INDEX 



Knight, — Continued. 

479. 519. 531. 540, 549, 561, 

566, 575, 577, 582. 
Knowles, 429. 
Knowiton, 429. 
Knox, 429. 
Kollock, 448, 491. 
Koloff, 429. 
Koonee, 429. 
Kotzubue, 429. 
Kyer, 430. 



LaBalone, France, 107, 193. 

Lacey, 430. 

Lackey, 430. 

Lascoste, 430. 

Ladd, 430. 

Ladieu, 430. 

Ladue, 430. 

Lahey, 430. 

Laighton, 430. 

Lake, 431. 

Lake Champknn, 186. 

Lake Ontario, 422. 

Lallemand, ^31. 

Lamb, 431. 

Lambert, 432. 

Lamphear, 432. 

Lamphigh, Eng., 63, 535. 

Lamson, 432. 

Lancaster Co., Eng., 435. 

Lancaster, Mass., 29, 275, 361, 

395. 414- 
Lancaster, N. H., 68. 
Landcaster, Penn., 510, 542. 
Landers, 432. 
Land Office, Commander, of 

General, 321. 
Lane, 432. 
Lang, 432. 
Langdon, 432. 
Langford, 432. 
Langley, 432. 
Lansdale, 433. 
Lansing, 433. 
Lansingburgh, N. Y., 203, 421, 

433- 



Lansingburgh, N. Y., Gazette' 
433- 

Laother, Penn., 190. 

Lapham, 433. 

La Plaisance, Ct., 333. 

Larcher, 433. 

Larke, 433. 

Larkin, 433. 

Earned, 434. 

Larouch, 434. 

Larrabee, 434. 

Lascombe, 225. 

Lasell, 434. 

Lassell, 434. 

Latham, 434. 

Lathe, 435. 

Lathrop, 435, 68, 267, 352. 

Latimer, 435. 

Laura, Brig, 255, 344. 

Law, 435. 

Law, Attorney at, 25, 26, 28, 37, 
57, 68, 84, 87, 92, 96, lOS, 
108, 113, 114, 129, 130, 150, 
193. '94' 202, 213, 217, 218, 
227, 228, 245, 260, 270, 290, 
291, 293, 325, 332, 334, 343, 
352, 366, 370, 372, 373, 384, 
392, 394. 397, 402, 413, 426, 
434. 439. 457. 480, 484. 495. 
497. 503. 508, 531, 551, 554, 
569. 583. 584. 588, 598. 

Lawless, 435. 

Lawney, 435. 

Lawrence, 435, •]■], 541. 

Lawson, 436. 

Lawsville, Penn., 369. 

Lawton, 436, 35, 300, 345, 437, 
521, 533- 

Layha, 439. 

Lazell, 439. 

Leach, 439. 

Learmon, 439. 

Learned, 439. 

Leavens, 439. 

Leavins, 439. 

Lebby, 439. 

Lebanon, Ct., 432, 546. 

LeHaron, 439. 

LeCraw, 440. 

Ledoyt, 440. 



Ledyard, 440. Linard, 445. 

].ee, 440, it3, 478. Lincoln, 445. 

Lee, N. Y., 193. Lincoln, N. C, 85, 152. 

Leebret, 441. Lindenburg, 447. 

Leeds, Duke of, 240, 367. Lindenburgher, 447. 

Leedsburg, Va., 251. Lindenberger, 447. 

Leeland, 441. Lindley 447. 

Leeman, 441. Lindsey, 447. 

Lefavor, 441. Ling, 447. 

Lefavour, 441. Linkfield, 448. 

Lefeure, 441. Linnell, 448. 

Legation, Russian, 241, 440. Linnett, 448. 

Legation, Secretary of, 241, 459, Linsey, 448. 

476. Linsinbeglen, 448. 

Legg, 441. Lilley, 448. 

Legrand, 441. Lilly, 448. 

Lehre, 441. Lillibridge, 448. 

Leicester, Mass., 202, 206, 262, Lippitt, 448. 

308, 320, 326, 339, 413. Lisbon, Ct.. 67, go, 113, 281,477, 

Leige, 441. 478, 585. 591- 

Leland, 441. Lisbon Port, 402. 

Lemington, Vt., 241. Lisbon, U. S. Consul to, 402. 

Leominster, Mass., 8r, 574. Liscomb, 449. 

Leonard, 441, 442,467. Lister, 450. 

Leroy, 443. Literary Cadet, 476, 530. 

Lester, 443. Little, 450. 

Lesure, 443. Little Compton, R. I., 34, 35, 51, 

Lethbridge, 443. 70, 80, 108, 120, 127, 128, 

LeValley, 443. 134. '35. I37. 138, 141. 142, 

Leveret t, 444. 151- i79. '85, 201, 208, 232, 

Leverett, Mass., 305. 250, 259, 284, 309, 310, 324, 

Levick, 444. 335. 336, 368, 37h 387. 393, 

Levy, 444. 398, 411, 431. 450. 457, 462, 

Lewis, 444, 70, 82,84, 114, 140, 463. 527. 528, 533, 534, 541, 

178, 287, 314, 338, 383, 407, 552, 576, 585. 586, 595. 

521. Little Falls, N. Y., 546. 

Lexington, Ky., 121, 123,377. Littiefield, 450, 34.48. 49. 54, 

Lexington Bank, Ky.. 214. 55, 56, 57, 58, 89, 90, 105, 

Lexington, Mass., 127, 172. 133, 145. i5'. '54. 156, 165, 

Leydon, Vt., 231. 181, 188, 197, 233, 254, 257, 

Liberty Hall, Va., 187, 421. 287, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 

Lieut. Governor of Virginia, 361, 33', 334. 348, 35'. 367, 371, 

485. 377,412,440, 548, 579, 584. 

Lieut. Gov. of R. L, 141, 201, Littlepage, 450. 

202. Livermore, Me., 130, 425. 
Lieutenant of the President, 466, Liverpool, Eng., 255, 344, 421, 

509. 513- 

Light Artillery, U. S., 99, 126, Livmg.stone, 450. 

273, 525. Lloyd, 451. 

Limerick, Me., 379, 556. Locbombe, 268. 



Lockhare, Scot., 409. 

Lochraine, 451. 

Lockwood, 451. 

Logan, 451. 

Logee, 451. 

Lombard, 424, 538. 

London, Eng., 62, 174, 195, 216, 

226, 248, 269, y:>7, 364, 465, 

486. 
London, Eng., Bishop of, 249. 
Londonderry, Ire., 344. 
Londonderry, N. H., 196. 
Long. 451. 
Longley, 451. 
Longmeadow, Mass., 418. 
Loomis, 452. 
Lopez, 452. 
Lord, 452. 
Lord Byron, loi. 
Loring, 452, 48, 103, 222, 317, 

415. 
Lothrop, 452. 
Lott, 452. 
Loud, 453. 
Loughborough, 453. 
Longhead, 453. 
Louisiana, 411, 423. 
Louisiana, Gov. of, no, 187, 411, 

423. 
Louisville, Ga., 90, 104, 118, 311, 

324, 483, 568. 
Louisville, Ky., 35, 222, 249, 

407, 408, 413, 418, 553. 
Love, 453. 
Lovell, 453. 
Lovett, 453. 
Lovejoy, 453. 
Lovie, 453. 
Low, 453. 
Lowell, 59, jy, 202, 227, 282, 

311. 597- 
Lowell, Mass., 41, 86. 
Lowring, 454. 
Lowville, N. Y., 193, 516. 
Lucas, 454. 
Luce, 454. 
Ludlow, 454, 96,116,124,137, 

190, 235, 238, 298, 301, 308, 

313. 344> 350. 353. 390,485, 
520, 565, 570. 



Ludlow, Mass., 144, 406. 

Lummus, 383. 

Lunenburg Co., Me., 484. 

Lunenburg Co., Va., 511. 

Lunson, 454. 

Luscomb, 454. 

Luther, 454, 148, 175, 212, 

223, 262. 470, 510, 533. 
Lyde, 317,335- 
Lye, 457. 
Lyell, 174. 
Lyman, 457, 289, 409, 526, 

543- 
Lyman's Fostory, 423. 
Lyme, Ct., 336, 344, 365, 510, 

544, 593- 
Lynchburgh, Va., 68, 468. 
Lynde, 457. 

Lyndeboro, N. H., 597. 
Lyndon, 457. 

Lyndon, Vt., 100, 165, 277, 539. 
Lyne, 457. 
Lynn, Mass., 65, 175, 177, 184, 

201, 252, 427, 447, 457, 470, 

508, 530, 577. 
Lyon, 458. 

M 



Maberry, 458. 

Macarthy, 459. 

Macbei, 459. 

Mace, 42, 89, 108, 153,405, 4 

529. 
Macintire, 459. 
Machaies, 459. 
Mackay, 459. 
Macker, 459. 
Mackcy, 459. 
Mackie, 459. 
Mackoon, 459. 
Macomb, 459. 
Macomber, 459. 
Macon, Ga., 592. 
Macy, 460. 
Maddin, 460. 
Madeira, 460. 
Madison, 460. 
Madison Co., N. Y., 297, 548. 



Madrid, Spain, 594. 

Magaw, 460. 

Magee, 460. 

Magrue, 460. 

Maguire, 460. 

Mahony, 460. 

Maid, 460. 

Maine (name), 460. 

Maine, 196, 234, 418. 

Makepeace, 461. 

Malbone, 461. 

Malcolm, 461, 468, 576. 

Maley, 461. 

Malibran, 461. 

Mallett. 461. 

Malta, Missionary to, 271. 

Maltby, 525, 551. 

Malthy, 421. 

Manager, 377, 435- 483. 563- 

Manchester, 461, 25,57,58,61, 
70, 71, 90, 94. '08, 125, 127, 
128, 140, 151, 163, 203, 206, 
236, 328, 331.351. 352, 358, 
369. 375. 385. 404. 405. 4". 
420, 424, 426, 429, 436, 445, 
451, 452, 453, 461, 462, 463, 
479. 497. 503. 527. 540, 556, 
565. 578, 580, 585- 

Manchester, I'.ng., 104, 397. 

Mancy, Penn., 491, 532. 

Manley, 484. 

Manlius, N. Y., 193, 516. 

Mann, 464, 30, 31. 17 , 43, 45. 
46,48, 60. 61, 68, 75, 77, 86, 
88, 89, go, 91, 94, 108, III, 
113, 121, 128, 134, 137. '38, 
139, 149, 157, 159, 169, 170, 
185, 189, 190, 191. 197. 213, 
214, 222, 231, 232, 233, 236, 
247, 269, 275, 277, 281, 297, 
301, 315. 338, 346, 350, 351. 
357. 358. 370, 379. Z^^^, 397, 
398, 406, 409, 411, 415, 418, 
420, 435, 456, 464, 466, 467, 
476, 481, 491, 494, 495. 497, 
498, 501, 503, 510, 513. 517. 
527, 528, 533. 538, 548. 570, 
576, 579. 582, 584, 591, 595- 

Manners, 465. 
Manning, 465. 



Mansfield, 465, 29, 43, 136, 254, 

387, 39S, 421, 424. 
Mansfield, Ct., 394, 506. 
Mansfield, Mass., 98, 126, 238, 

310, 341. 347- 370. 378, 516, 

583, 584. 
Manson, 465. 
Manton, 466. 
Manuel, 466. 

Manufacturer's Rank, 486. 
Marble, 466. 

Marblehead, Mass., 468, 507. 
Marchant, 466. 
Marden, Eng., 508, 571. 
Mardenborough, 466. 
Mareau, 466. 
Maria, 466. 

Marietta, O., 496, 509. 
Marine Corps, 174. 
Marine Corps, Commander of, 

365- 
Marine, U. S. Hospital, 397. 
Marion Co., N, C, 99, 183. 
Market, N. Y., Fulton, 173. 
Market House, Prov., 19. 
Market Square, Prov., 19, 20. 
Marks, 467. 
Marlboro, Mass., 74, 93, 127, 144, 

314. 598. 
Marlboro, N. H., 69, 76, 403,408. 
Marquis of Caermarthen, 240, 

366. 
Marseilles, Fr,, 244. 
Marsh, 467. 

Manshfield, Mass., 71, 363, 450. 
Marshall, 468, 366, 375, 597- 
Marston, 468. 
Marters. 468. 
Martha's Vineyard, 93. 
Martin, 468, 40, 125, 129, 131, 

243, 270, 296, 378, 383, 394, 

412, 435. 452,481, 495, 506, 

510, 546, 595. 
Marvel, 472. 
Marvell, 473. 
Marven, 473. 
Maryland, 92, 126, 139, 402, 421, 

429. 490. 
Mason, 473, 50, 124, 146, 175, 

265, 308, 496, 552, 590. 



XL 



Mason, N. H., 212, 317. 

Mason, Royal Arch, 351, 495. 

Masten, 477. 

Master, 477. 

Massachusetts, 84, 103, 130, 201, 

386, 465. 
Massachusetts, Adj. Gen. of, 

546. 
Massachusetts, U. S. Attorney 

for, 102, 495. 
Massachusetts, l-Stitish Consul 

for, 43. 
Massie, 477. 

Master Commandant, 545, 593. 
Matanzas, VV. I., 245, 405. 
Matcalf, 477. 
Mathby, 477. 
Mather, 477. 
Mathews, 477. 
Mathewson, 477. 
Mathematics, Prof, in, 173. 
Matthews, 477, 92, 126, 232, 

335, 4>7. 577- 
Matteson, 479. 
Mattorn, 479. 
Mauran, 479. 
Mavvney, 480. 
Maxcy, 480, 20, 21. 
Maxfield, 480. 
Maxim, 480. 
Maxson, 480. 
Maxwell, 481. 
May, 481. 
Mayberry, 482. 
Maynard, 482. 
Mayo, 482. 

Mayor of Boston, 240. 
Mayrant, 482. 
McArnarney, 482. 
McCann, 482. 
McCain, 184, 407. 
McCarrie, 482. 
McCarter, 482, 343. 
McCiay, 293, 537. 
McClellan, 482. 
McClish, 482. 
McClure, 482. 
McConkey, 483. 
McConnell, 483. 
McConnicke, 483. 



McCormack, 274. 

McCormick, 483, 70, 124, 392, 

426. 
McCoy, 483. 
McCracken, 483. 
McCreakey, 483. 
McDale, 483. 
McDonald, 483. 
McDonnell, 483. 
McDole, 483. 
McDuffie, 483. 
McFall, 483. 

McFarland, 484, 80, 527. 
McP'oy, 484. 
McGee, 484. 
McGowan, 484. 
McGregor, 484. 
McHarry, 484. 
Mclntire, 484. 
McKay, 484. 
McKensie, 267. 
McKie, 484. 
McKinley, 484. 
McLellan, 484. 
McLean, 485. 
McMason, 485. 
McMurray, 485. 
McNamara, 485. 
McNeill, 485. 
McRea, 485. 
McRedduig, 485. 
Meach, 68, 526. 
Meade, 485. 

Meadeville, Penn, 182, 391, 460. 
Meanhaut, 124, 316. 
Medbury, 485, 479. 
Medbury, Mass., 26. 
Medfield, Mass., 193, 212, 219, 

364. 
Medway, Mass., 37, 147, 279, 

347, 370, 414, 488, 506, SSO. 
Meechum, 485. 
Megowen, 485. 
Meigs, 486. 
Meirchen, 486. 
Melendy, 486. 
Mellish, 486. 
Mellon, 486. 
Mellar, 502. 
Melville, 486. 



Member of Brown University, 

395. 440. 
Member of Congress, ill, 155, 

260, 266, 271, ^46, 205, 4S0, 
543, 559. 571. 588. 

Mendon, Mass., 30, 59, 74, 76, 
83, 89, 126, 149, 156, 159, 
173. 174, 182, 185, 231, 232, 
251, 259, 261, 274, 296, 30[, 
332, 334. 344. 345. 350, 361, 
382, 383, 384, 393, 398, 400, 
419, 420, 421, 423, 435, 441, 
464, 484, 500, 501, 503, 508, 
55'. 552. 572, 596. 

Mendham, 105. 

Merchant (name), 486. 

Merchant. 31, 32, 33, 42, 53, 55, 
63, 68, 69, -JT, 96, 98, 100, 
107, 108, 113, 118, 123, 125, 
(41, 144, 151, 154, 160, 161, 
179, 180, 182, 187, 192, 193, 
194, 203, 207, 210, 220, 224, 
226, 230, 244, 250, 255, 259, 

261, 264, 266, 267, 270, 271, 
272, 278, 281, 282, 291, 294, 
296, 312, 325, 335, 337, 338, 

353. 363. 371. 374. m^ 383. 

384, 387, 389, 390, 394, 403, 
417, 418, 424. 425, 434, 439, 
440, 450. 468, 469 473, 480, 
486, 488, 489, 498, 501, 509, 
518, 523, 524, 53 r, 546, 547 
554, 562, 568, 576, 579, S80, 
583. 585, 592, 594, 597. 

Mercury, the Newport, ']'&. 232, 
440, 

Merethew, 486 

Merrell, 486. 

Merrett,487, 149,159,248,367, 
432, 444, 455, 541, 547, 561, 

593- 

Merriam, 486. 

Merrimood, 4S7. 

Merry, 487. 

Messenger, 487. 

Messenger, the Weekly, 273, 340. 

Messer, 487, 33, 87, 100, 136, 
147, 225, 227, 228, 236, 260, 
261, 265, 266, 270, 298, 312, 
323, 328, 354, 372, 377, 379, 



Messer, — Continued. 

380, 390. 399. 4 '6, 423. 448, 
469, 473, 525, 569, .193. 

Metcalf, 488. 

Methodist Hishop, 197. 

Methodist Chapel, Prov., 284, 

444. 593- 

Methodist Church, i^-], 438. 

Menshaw, 489. 

Mexico, 459, 476. 

Middleboro. Mass, 83, 148, 173, 
227, 239, 240, 272, 317, 369, 
418, 425, 442, 447, 504, 508, 
SSI, 564, 586. 

Middlebury, Mass., 96, 119, 338, 
422, 447. 

Middlebury, Vt., 452. 

Middlesex, Va., 493. 

Middleton, 126, 335. 

Middletown, Ct., 119, 134, 355, 
380 

Middletown, R. I., 28, 38, 39, 
40, SO, 51, 67, 69, 70, 72, 78, 
79, 80, 81, 93, 126, 127, 131, 
132, 13s, 141, 142, 145, 170, 

171, 175, 192, 196, 206, 214, 
25', 257, 262, 277, 303, 30s, 
320, 334, 342, 353, 357, 362, 

172, 385, 424, 431, 437, 450, 
462, 463, 480, 532, 539, 540, 
541, 571, 587, 592, 593. 

Mil bury, Mass., 122, 567. 

)-!' s, 489 

Milford, Mass., 74, 83, 227, 243, 

309, 518. 
Military Service, 436. 
Milk, 489 
Millard, 489, 5 1 8. 
Milledolar, 489, 125. 
Miller. 4S9, 125, 224, 257, 280, 

426, 496. 
Millerd, 491. 
Millett, 491. 
Mills, 491. 
Milton, Mass., 66, 85, 93, 384, 

489. 
Minard, 492. 
Mince, 317. 

Miner, 492, 225, 376, 587, 592. 
Minister, 505. 



INDEX 



Minister, American, 352, 531, 

592, 594- 597- 
Minister, Danish, 542. 
Minister, England, 360. 
Minister, Plenipotentiary, 395, 

513- 
Minister, Resident, 126, 335. 
Minard, 492. 
Minor, 25. 

Minor, N. Y., 233, 354. 
Minote, 492. 
Minzey, 492. 

Mission School, 515, 587. 
Missionary to Greece, 126, 284. 
Missionary Institute, the Asbury, 

370. 
Missionary to India, 363, 416. 
Missionary to Malta, 271. 
Missionaries, 107, 342. 
Mississippi, 571. 
Missouri, 161, 402, 532, 576. 
Missouri Gazette, 89, 224. 
Mitchell, 492, 211, 282. 
Mobile, Ala., 366, 375. 
Mocei, 493. 
Moffitt, 493. 
Moloy, 493. 
Molton, Eng., 506. 
Monroe, 493. 
Monson, Mass., 276, 301, 429, 

514. 
Montague, 493, 493. 
Montgomery, 493. 
Montgomery, 111., 318, 528. 
Montgomery, Mass., 66, 582. 
Montpelier, Vt., 52, 491. 
Montreal, Can., 412, 533, 567, 

591- 
Montville, 190, 251, 252, 592. 
Moodey, 493. 
Moodie, 493. 
Mooers, 493. 
Moon, 494. 
Moonshire, 494. 
Moore, 494. 
Moralist, Southbridge, Mass., 

170, 433- 
Mordeck, 495. 
More, 493. 
Moreau, 495. 



Morgan, 495. 

Morning Currier, N.|Y., 27, 131. 

Morrell, 496. 

Morris, 496. 

Morrison, 496. 

Morse, 496, 235, 240, 518, 598. 

Mortimer, 106. 

Morton, 497. 

Moseley, 497. 

Moses, 497. 

Mosher, 497. 

Moshier, 498. 

Mosier, 498. 

Moss, 498. 

Motley, 498. 

Mott, 498. 

Moulthrop, 498. 

Moulton, 499, 112,499. 

Mount Hope, 121, 185, 244, 250. 

Mount Hygeria, 263, 291, 489, 
584. 

Mowry, 499, 34. 

Muchmore, 501. J 

Mudge, 501, 36,152, 95,Iii6 
121, 137, 153, 154, 170, 182 
195, 215, 216, 218, 220, 221 
235, 242, 250, 283, 305, 314 
376. 379, 388, 400, 414, 486, 
490, 501, 503, 507, 575, 593 

Muenscher, 501. 

Muglenburgh, 501. 

Muikin, 501. 

Mumford, 502. 

Munday, 503. 

Munich, Ger., 182, 298. 

Munn, 503. 

Munro, 503. 

Munroe, 503. 

Munson, 506. 

Munyan, 506. 

Murat, 506. 

Murdock, 506, 81, 280, 379, 

524. 538- 
Murphy, 506. 
Murray, 506. 
Murrill, 506. 
Musician, 104, 397- 
Myers, 506. 
Myreck, 507. 
Myrtyr, 351. 



INDEX 



Myrtyr, Anti-Masonic, 495. 
N 

Nantucket, Mass., 43, 62, 91, 
149, 164, 174, 181, 192, 195, 
196, 200, 202, 215, 216, 222, 
261, 290, 304, 305, 306, 332, 
336, 339. 365. 393. 394. 4^7, 
432, 517, 524, 529, 540, 541, 
543. 547. 570, 573- 

Napoleon, 507, 205, 517. 

Napoleon's Grand Marshal, 97. 

Naples, King of, 483, 506. 

Nash, 507. 

Nashville, Tenn., 127, 250, 290, 
410, 411, 429, 462, 585, 586, 
598. 

Nason, 507. 

Nassau, N. P., 132. 

Nassau, N. Y., 91, 169, 241, 247. 

Natchez, Tenn., 290, 483. 

Natic, R. I., 61, 95, 297, 388. 

National Aegus, 102, t,}6, 358, 
593- 

National Palladium, 332, 370. 

Nations, Six Indian, 422. 

Nattavvay, Va., 68, 272. 

Natural History, Prof, of, 26. 

Natural Philosophy, Prof, of, 
173. 482. 

Naval Oflficer, 134, 470. 

Navy, British, 78, 180, 506, 512. 

Navy, United States, 23, 35, 65, 
bg, 84, 103, 1 15, 121, 125, 
156, 186, 187, 215, 2i6, 221, 
224, 241, 242, 244, 250, 270, 
277, 311. 343. 346, 352. 354. 
374. 389. 40 r, 402, 408, 411, 
416, 421, 441, 451, 457, 481, 
496, 535. 545. 570, 593- 

Navy, Secretary of, 241. 

Navy Yard, 241, 581. 

Neal, 507. 

Neck, 507. 

Needham, 507. 

Needham, Mass., 287, 426. 

Neill, 508, 194. 

Netherlands, Consul of the, 395, 
513- 



Netherlands, King of the, 395, 

513. 567- 
Nelms, 508. 
Nelson, 508, 67, 84, 90, 102, 

103, 218, 277, 281, 287, 490, 

545- 

Nerrick, 508. 

Nesler, 508. 

Nestell, 508. 

Netherlands, 509. 

Nevins, 509. 

Newark, N. J., 161, 314, 335,485. 

New Bedford, Mass., 36, ^7, 39, 
50, 53, 69, 8r, 1 10, 1 13, 126, 
138, 149, 158, 161, 167, 171, 
177, 185, 197, 201, 210, 217, 
226, 238, 241, 253, 261, 262, 
289, 301, 302, 310, 324, 328, 
331. 348,356. 357. 363. 371. 
376, 381, 386, 395, 396.406, 
407, 423, 446, 454, 455, 456, 
462, 480, 482, 522, 535, 552, 

555. 561, 584. 589, 595- 597, 

598. 
New Braintree, Mass., 262, 322. 
New Brunswick, N. J., 254, 297, 

48r. 
Newburn, N. C, 37, 94. 
Newbury, Mass., 131, 254, 424, 

553- 
Newburyport, Mass., 26, 32, 60, 

222, 227, 236, 251, 291, 300, 

334. 352. 401, 450,461, 535. 

550, 584. 
New Canaan, Ct., 325. 
Newcastle, Eng., 535. 
Newcomb, 509. 
Newcome, 509. 
Newell, 509, 369. 
Newfchatel, Prince of, 97, 269. 
Newhall, 510. 
New Hampshire, 146. 
New Hampshire Gazette, 387. 
New Hampshire Patriot, 369, 

494- 
New Hartford, N. Y., 297, 420. 
New Haven, Ct., 36, 156, 195, 

252, 255, 258, 293, 311, 352, 

354, 399. 407. 483. 498, 506, 

508. 5 '9, 593. 595- 



XLTV 



New Haven, Ct., Advertiser, 

252. 
New Ipswich, Mass., 505. 
New Ipswich, N. H,, 88, 492. 
New Jersey, 237, 272, 382. 
New Lebanon, N. Y,, 404, 589. 
New London, Ct., 100, 131, 193, 

203, 224. 243, 298, 325, 379, 

381, 432, 438, 445. 451. 488, 

571. 583- 
Newman, 510. 
New Market, N. H., 177, 254, 

574. 59'- 

New Marlboro, Mass., 353. 

New Milford, N. H., 467. 

New Orleans, La., 41, no, 187, 
218, 243, 270, 272, 304, 450, 
485, 495. 5 '6, 523- 

Newport, N. H., 34. 404. 

Newport, N. Y., 316. 

Newport, R. I., 25, 26, 27, 28, 
32,35. 36. 37. 38. 39.40,4'. 
49, 50, 53, 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 
68,69, 70, 7'. 72, 74. 75. 77, 
78, 79, 80, 81, 83, 84, 86, 88, 
93, 95. 96. 97. 98, 99. 100, 
105, 106, 107, 108, 109, no, 
ni, n2, n3, n5, n6, \\T, 
n8, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129, 
130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 138, 
139, 140, 141, 142, 14s, 146, 
147, 149, 150, 151, 155. '56, 
157, 158, 160, 161, 163, 164, 
167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 

173. '74. '75. '76, 177, 179. 
180, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 
188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 
194. '95. '96, 199,200,201, 
202, 204, 206, 208, 209, 210, 
2n, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 
218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 227, 
228, 230, 232, 234, 23s. 237, 
238, 239, 241, 242, 244, 245, 
249, 251, 252, 253, 254. 255. 
256, 257, 259, 261, 262, 263, 
264, 265, 266, 267, 258, 269, 
270, 271, 272, 275, 276, 278, 
285, 286, 290, 292, 293, 294, 
29s, 296, 299, 300, 303, 304, 
305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 



Newport, R. I., — Continued. 

311, 312, 313, 314, 316, 317, 
319, 320, 321, 324, 328, 329, 

330, 331, Zll, 334. 335. 341, 
342, 343, 345, 346, 347, 348, 

35'. 352, 354. 355.356,357, 
358, 360, 361, 362, 363, 364, 
365, 367, 369, 370, 372, 377, 
378, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384, 
385, 386, 387, 388. 390. 392, 
393, 396, 398, 399, 401, 402, 
403, 407, 410, 412, 415, 416, 
417, 419, 421, 422, 424. 425. 
427, 429, 431, 432, 434, 436, 
437. 438, 439. 440. 444. 446, 
450, 451, 452, 453, 454, 457. 
458, 461, 462, 463, 464, 466, 
467, 468, 469, 470, 471, 473, 
474. 475. 476, 479, 480, 482, 
483, 484. 486, 488, 492, 493, 
494, 495, 496, 497. 498. 499. 
500, SOI, 502, 503, 504, 506, 
507, 510, 5n, 513, 514, 515, 
516, 517, 520, 52(, 523, 524, 
526, 527, 528, 529, 532, 533, 
534. 535. 539. 540, 54', 542, 
543, 544. 545. 546, 547. 549, 
550. 553. 554. 555. 556, 557, 
558, 559, 560, 561, 562. 563, 
565, 566, 567, 569, 570, 571, 
572, 574. 575. 578. 579. 582, 
583, 5S4. 585. 586, 587. 588, 
590, 591. 592. 593. 594. 596, 
597. 598. 599- 

Newport Mercury, 78, 232, 440. 

Newport, Port of, 566. 

New .Shoreham, R. I., 179, 362, 
378, 450, 5". 590. 59'- 

News Room, Boston, 102. 

Newton. 5n. 

Newton, L. I., 122, 202. 

Newton, Mass., 233, 321, 367, 
390, 400, 421, 523, 529, 596. 

New York, 25, 26, 27, 37, 39, 
41, 48, 51, 52, 59, 63, 81, 82, 
84, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 94, 97, 
loi, 103, 106,107, n2, 113, 
125, 129. 131, 134, 137. 140, 
142, 149, 152, 154, 160, 161, 
163, 164, 170, 173, 174. 179. 



New York — Continued. 

i8o, 186, 187, 189, 191, 192, 
193, 194, 200, 202, 203, 204, 
205, 207, 208, 210, 211, 214, 
215, 216, 217, 223. 225, 226, 
228, 234, 241, 243, 244, 246, 
248, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 
256, 258, 262, 268, 270, 271, 
272, 275, 276, 278, 281. 285, 
288, 289, 291, 292, 293, 298, 
303, 305. 310, 314. 3'5- 321, 
322, 324. 325, 329, 333. 334. 
335. 341.343. 351. 355. 358, 
361, 362, 365, 366, 371, 372, 

374. m- 378. 383. 385. 390, 

391. 393. 394. 395. 399, 400, 
402, 403, 411, 412, 413, 415, 
417, 418. 422. 424, 427, 432, 
433. 437. 443- 444. 449. 450, 
451, 452, 453, 454. 460, 461. 
465, 466, 467, 468, 469, 471, 
473, 476, 479, 482. 483, 485, 
487, 489, 490, 492, 493. 498, 
503, 504, 506, 508, 509, 510, 
512, 513, 514, 521. 522, 523. 
528, 530, 53'. 535. 537. 542, 
543. 545. 546, 556. 557. 558, 
565, 570. 573. 574. 576, 577. 
580, 583. 587. 58S, S89. 590, 
59'. 593. 594. 595. 597- 

New York Gazette, 170, 432. 

New York Park Theatre, 411. 

New York, U. S. Senator from, 

'93- 
Niagara, U. C, 124, 422. 
Niblett, 511. 
Nichols, 511, 35, 55, 148, 187, 

246, 448, 483, 496, 502, 519. 
Nickerson, 5 13. 
Nickly, 513. 
Niederstetter, 513. 
Niger, 513 
Nightmgale, 513. 
Nile.s, 514. 
Nipper, 514. 
Nobleboro, Me., 59S. 
Nobles, 514. 
Noenhoeffer, 5 14. 
Nolan, 514 
Nooning, 514. 



Norcross, 514. 

Norfolk, Va., 158, 229, 230, 241, 

310, 353. 458. 494. 525- 
Northampton, Mass., 28, 196, 

202, 317, 330, 338, 394, 395, 

457. 477. 53'- 

Northboro, Mass.. 55, 287. 

Northbridge. Mass., 29, 207, 
294, 366, 403, 414. 445. 572. 

Northbridgewater, Mass., 199, 
222. 

North Carohna, T},, 203. 289, 
299, 328, 344. 374. 423. 444. 
452. 514- 

North Carolina Gov., 409. 

North Kingstown, 33, 34, 35, 36, 
37. 38. 56, 57- 59. 60, 61, 76, 
78. 80, 94, 109, 118, 128, 
133. 134. 137. 139. 143. 150, 
198, 206, 207, 212, 213, 229, 
235, 249, 262, 268, 272, 291, 
293. 297. 303. 305. 306, 324. 

329, 342, 345, 355, 356, 358, 
361, 362, 364. 369. 370, 371, 
386, 392, 410, 414, 437, 438, 
444, 445, 461, 468, 480, 511, 
513. 515. 524. 534. 544. 56'. 
57'. 577. 579. 580, 590. 

North Providence, 31, 33, 44, 
45,46, 47. 48, 49, 50, 51. 53, 
54. 56. 57, 58. 59. 60.61, 75, 
76, 77, 82, 85. 88, 90, 91, 93, 
96, 99, loi, 103. 106, 109, 
117, 118, 120, 125, 126, 127, 
129, 131, 133, 136, 137, 139, 
144, 147, 152, 156, 158, 160, 
162, 165, 167, 169, 171 173, 
176, 178, 188, 200, 204, 210, 
211, 222, 230, 233, 237, 241, 
245, 246, 250, 254, 255, 258, 
259, 261. 262, 263, 264, 266, 
267, 269, 277, 278, 282, 283, 
286, 291, 293, 298, 301, 302, 
3' I. 3'7. 3'8, 324, 325. 326, 

330. 331, 333. 334. 341. 342, 
347. 349. 350, 359, 360, 364, 

368, 376, m, 379. 384. 386, 

390, 392, 394. 399. 403. 404. 
405, 406, 407, 410, 411, 414, 
415, 419, 420, 423, 428, 440, 



North Providence, — Continued. 
441, 442, 445, 446, 452, 457, 
460, 471, 481, 486, 487, 492, 
499. 500, 518, 519, 520, 529, 
530, 532, 533, 535, 537, 549, 
55'. 552, 553. 559, 561, 566, 
567, 568, 569, 573, 576, 581, 
584, 590, 594- 595- 

North Stonington, Ct., 422. 

Northup, 515, 26, 33, 34, 60, 
Ci, 72, 85, 139, 206, 213, 
268, 297, 303, 306, 362, 5(1, 

513. 534. 54'. 572, 579- 

North Yarmouth, Me., 107, 342. 

North Yarmouth, Mass., 183, 
425, 496. 

Norton, 516. 

Norton, Mass., 33, 88, 122, 173, 
192,2(2, 266, 267, 337, 370, 
373, 376, 425, 432, 443, 446, 
459, 509, 545, 546, 551. 573. 

Norvvalk, Ct,, 143. 

Norwich, Ct., 53, 138, 139, 143, 
164, 179, 189, 199, 215, 275, 
282, 330, 343. 352. 353. 362, 
372, 387.452. 457. 468, 481, 
515. 542, 562. 572, 579, 580, 

593- 
Norwich, N. Y., 106, 417, 464. 
Nott, 516, 143, 207 
■ Nottaway, Va., 468. 
Nottinghamshire, Eng., 371, 374. 
Noyes, 516. 
Nunn, 517. 
Nutting, 517. 
Nye, 517. 



Oakham, Mass., 88, 419. 

Oakley, 517. 

Oathman, 85, 95, 263, 272, 277, 

304, 350, 367, 390, 391, 398, 

414, 418, 514. 
O'Connor, 517. 
Odiorne, 517. 

Officer of the Revolution, 267. 
Ogdensburgh, N. Y., 193, 450. 
Ohio, 136, 166. 
Oldham, 517. 



Old Point Comfort, Va,, 346. 

Oldridge, 517. 

Olin, 518. 

Oliver, 518. 

Olney, 518, 19, 20, 381, 506. 

Olneyville, R. I., 47, 48, 51, 106, 
117, 123, 144, 224, 300, 301, 
347. 381, 384, 420, 445. 456, 
491, 506, 565, 566, 584, 593. 

Oman, 520. 

Onderdonk, 59, 156, 407, 483, 

503, 545- 
Oneil, 521. 
Ontario Lake, 124. 
Opera Co., Italian, 303, 461. 
Orange Co., N. Y., 39, 67, 219, 

382, 402. 
Orange, N, J., 334, 571. 
Orchard, 521. 
Ormsbee, 521. 
Ormsby, 522. 
Orne, 522. 
Orrell, 522. 

Orwell, Penn., 146, 403. 
Osborn, 522, 300. 
Osborne, 522, 41. 
Osburn, 522. 
Osgood, 522. 
Oswell, 522. 
Otheman, 522. 
Otherg, P:ng., 384. 
Otis, 522. 

Otsego Co., N. Y., 65, 365. 
Otsego, N. Y., 86. 
Ott, 523. 
Otterson, 523. 
Outran, 523. 

Overdunssiddling, Scot., 65, 227. 
Owen, 523. 

O.xford, Mass., 387, 519, 529. 
O.xford, N. H., 130, 293. 
Oxford, N. Y., 1 16, 335, 361, 523. 
Oxx, 523. 
Oyster Bay, L. I., 371, 411. 



Pabodie, 523. 

Pacific Congregational Church, 
Prov., 140, 284. 



Packard, 524. 

Paddock, 524. 

Padelford, 524. 

Page, S25- 

Paine, 526, 70, 128, 137, I5t, 

306, 364, 368, 438, 507, 534, 

541, 552, 576, 586. 
Palladium, National, 332, 370. 
Palmer, 528, 27, 60, 169, 294, 

305, 342, 369, 383, 409, 540, 

555- 
Palmer, Mass., 327. 
Pankerton, 528. 
Pane, 528. 
Pardee. 528 
Paris, France, 108, 126, 173, 225, 

268, 334, 335, 441. 507. 594- 
Paris, N. Y., 335. 
Parisen, 528. 
Parish, 528. 
Parrish, 528. 

Parish Church, Eng., 277, 459. 
Parke, 528, 45, 127, 159, 217, 

265, 276, 278, 314, ^64. 
Park Hill, R. I., 244, 378. 
Parker, 528, 42, 249, 269, 299, 

484. 
Parkmson, 530, 330, 530. 
Parks, 530, 178, 185, 227, 358. 
Park Theatre, N. Y., 51, 140. 
Parmenter, 530. 
Parr, 530. 
Parrington, 530. 
Parrott, 530. 
Parry, 530. 
Parshall, 530. 
Parsons, 530. 
Partridge, 530. 
Parvin, 530. 
Passawunk, Me., 526. 
Pastor, 164, 187, 192, 335, 429, 

517, "iig, 587. 
Patch, 531. 
Patrick, 2,7, 572. 
Patrie, 472. 
Patriot, Baltimore, Md., 297, 

347- 
Patriot Brig, 216. 
Patriot, New Hampshire, 369, 

494- 



Patriot, Providence, 17 to 599. 

Patt, 531. 

Patten, 531, 41. 7o. 78. 127, 
160, 169, 172, 188, 214, 232, 
238, 270, 293, 317, 4 > 6, 439. 
450, 464, 511, 542, 549, 555, 
588, 590. 

Patterson, 531, 62, 87, 169, 
178, 186, 372, 391. 394. 453. 
465, 472, 487, 539, 578- 

Paul, 532. 

Paulding, 532. 

Pawtucket, 27, 31, 35- 36. 2,7, 38, 
41, 43, 45, 46, 48, 50, 51, 52, 
53. 54. 56. 57. 58, 71. 72, 77, 
81, 82, 84, 85, 86, 88, 91, 93, 
94. 95. 97. 99, 100, 105, 107, 
loS, 114, 116, 120, 122, 123, 
129, 130, 134, 138, 139. 140, 
144, 146, 147, 149. 150. 153. 
•54. 155. '56. 157. '61. 162, 
164, 166, 167, 168, 171, 172, 
173, 184, 186, 187, 189, 190, 
191, 196, 197, 199, 200, 201, 
202, 204, 209, 210, 211, 212, 
216, 217, 220, 221, 222, 223, 
224, 227, 229, 230, 231, 232, 
235, 237, 238, 245, 246, 247. 
248, 249, 250, 251, 253, 254, 
260, 263, 265, 267, 269, 271, 
272, 274, 275, 278, 280, 282, 
284, 285, 286, 289, 294, 297, 
298, 299, 302, 305, 306, 307, 
311, 314, 316, 317. 3 '9. 320, 
321, 322, 326, 327, 328, 329, 
330. 335. 336, 342, 340. 344. 
345, 346, 347, 348, 349. 350, 
354. 357. 358. 360, 361. 363. 
364, 366, 367, 368, 370, 372, 
Z7(^, 177, 379. 380, 382, 385. 
386, 387, 389, 392, 393. 396. 
397, 398, 399. 401, 403, 404, 
405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 
418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 425, 
427, 428, 430. 433, 437, 438, 
439. 440, 441. 444, 445. 446, 
448, 450, 451, 452, 454. 455. 
456, 457, 458, 460, 463. 464. 
465, 466, 467, 470, 471,474, 
476, 477, 483. 485. 486. 487, 



XLVIII 



Pawtucket, — Continued. 

4S8, 490, 499, 500, 501, 505, 
507, 508, 510, 511, 512, 513. 
514, 515, 520, 529. 530, 532, 
534, 536, 537. 53S. 543. 550. 

552, 554, 556, 557, 558, 561, 
562, 565, 567, 570, 572, 574, 
575, 576, 580, 582, 584, 586, 

587, 589- 590, 591. 593, 594, 
595, 596, 598, 599- 

Pawtucket Bank, 408. 

Pawtucket Chronicle, 202, 485, 
492. 

Pawtucket High School, 450 

Pawtuxet, R. I., 23, 24. 29, 33, 
38, 54. 56, 57, 58, 59- 60, 62, 
69, 71, 80, 86, 90, 94, 113, 
1 19, 122, 124, 128, 133, 152, 
154, 164, 169, 170, 175, 176, 
180, 181, 182, 197, 198, 205, 
231, 242, 259, 280, 281, 286, 
288, 302, 304, 308, 309, 327, 
328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 
349, 350, 352. j62, 36s, 372, 
375, -hl^, 377, 383, 385, 391- 
392, 399, 403, 407, 409,419, 
423, 437, 451, 46n, 474, 485, 
497, 518, 522, 542, 548, 549, 

553, 556, 560, 562, 563, 57', 
572, 576. 577, 578, 581, 582, 

588, 596. 
Payerne. 532. 
Payson, 532, 428. 
Peabodie, 532. 
Peabody, 532. 

Pearce, 532, 234, 426, 487, 516, 

533, 536. 
Pearson, 535. 
Pearsons, 535. 
Pease, 535, 23, 36, 52, lor, 138, 

167, 178, 19s, 229, 235, 247, 

255, 346, 364,471,475,485, 

486, 504. 
Peason, 535. 
Peck, 535, 157, 165, 166, 212, 

265, 286, 296, 316, 353, 436, 

454, 459. 503, 5 '7. 538, 553, 

568. 
Peckham, 539, 39, 80, 124, 

141, 142, 201, 213, 226, 232, 



Peckham, — Continued. 

323, 368, 461, 462, 478. 
Pederson, 542. 
Peirce, 542, 51, 536, 542. 
Peircy, N, H., 102. 
Pelham, Mass., 483, 544. 
Pell, 543- 
Pembleton, 543. 
Pembroke, Mass., 85, 356, 363, 

450, 471. 47^- 
Pembroke, N. H., 363,496, 557. 
Pendleton, 543. 
Penniman, 543. 
Pennington, 543. 
Penno, 543. 

Pennsylvania, 155, 588. 
Penny, 543, 

Pensacola, Fla., 124, 316. 
Pensioner, 73. 
Pentonville, Eng., 508, 571. 
Pentz, 543. 

Pepperell, Mass., 104, 147. 
Perkins, 544, 85, 336, 353, 430, 

537, 560, 562, 579, 580, 587- 
Perrin, 544. 
Perrigo, 544. 

Perry, 544, 236, 306, 341, 424. 
Perry Co., O., 453. 
Perry, N. Y., 372. 
Peterboro, N. H.. 88, 492. 
Peters, 546. 
Petersburgh, Va., 94, 248, 270, 

594- 
Petersburg, Va., 234, 338, 553. 
Petersham, Mass., 74, 180, 530. 
Peterson, 546. 
Petrie, 546. 
Pettes, 546. 
Pettis, 547. 
Pettey, 547. 
Petty, 547. 
Pettengill, 547. 
Pettingill, 547. 
Phelps, 547. 
Pheni.x-, The, 412. 
Phenix, The Columbian, 17 to 

599- 
Phenix, The Providence, 17 to 

599- 



Phenix, The Stonington, 242, Pickering — , Continued. 

528. 27s, 28[, 283, 284, 287, 288, 

Phetteplace, 548. 289, 390, 292, 294, 301, 306, 

Philadelphia, Penn., 25, 62, 63, 315, 316, 317, 320, 321, 323, 

80, 92, 105, 116, 119, 125, 331, 333.335.338,340,342. 

126, 130, 154, 188, 195, 213, 346, 350. 351, 354, 357, 358, 

221, 224, 244, 248, 255, 256, 359, 360, 367, 370, 371, 373, 

261, 264, 268, 271, 278, 29s, 374, 375, 376, 380, 384. 387, 

299. 307. 3", 323, 332, 335, 388, 390, 393, 398, 399, 401, 

339, 346, 347, 351, 353, 355. 403. 406, 408, 410, 411, 414, 
361, 364, 370, 371, m, 381, 415, 416, 417, 418, 420, 422, 
383, 384, 387, 391, 392, 394, 423, 425, 426, 432, 433, 435, 
395. 410, 4'2. 421. 427. 431. 436, 440, 445. 446, 448, 45'. 
444, 448. 453, 468, 475, 4S1. 453. 456. 457. 458. 464. 472, 
4S5, 4S6, 491, 494, 499, 506, 475, 476, 478, 484, 486. 489, 
508, 509, 518, 527, 529, 530, 491, 493. 495. 497. 498, 510, 
531. 532, 534. 542, 576. 583. 515. 516. 520, 527, 530, 531. 
5S6, 591, 592, 593, 598. 532, 538, 543, 544, 546, 547, 

Philadelphia Pa., Theatre, 124, 550, 551, 553, 555, 556, 561, 

143, 221, 392. 562, 563, 564, 567, 570, 575, 

Philanthropist, 550. 576, 578, 5S3, 584, 587, 589, 

Philbrook, 548. 591, 596, 598. 

Philleo, 466, 476. Pickett, 551. 

Phillips, 548, 28, 43, 81, 142, Pidge, 551. 

177, 181, 197,243, 274, 321, Pie, 551. 

340, 362, 406, 457, 483, 491, Pierce, 551. 

510, 522, 558. 56S. 570. Pierpont, 274, 318. 

Philosophy, Prof, of Natural, Pike, 552. 

173, 482. Pillsbury, 553. 

Phinney, 550. Pinager, 553. 

Phipps, 550. Pinckney, 553. 

Physician, 494. Pinkney, 553. 

Picard, 551. Pinn, 553. 

Pickens, 551. Piper, 553. 

Pickering, 551, 26, 27, 30, 31, Pipon, 91, 221, 238, 341, 373, 

32, 37, 38, 43, 46, 47, 48, SI, 425, 442, 497. 

53, 60, 61, 66, 67, 69, Tl, 76, Pirates, 216. 

7T, 78, 80. 85, 87, 91, 92, 93. Pi^'tol, 553- 

94. 95. 96, 97. 99. 101, 103, Pitcher, 553. 

104, 106, 108, III, 112, 117, Pitman, 554, 23, 52,74,81, 82. 

118, 119, 122, 128, 130, 138, 113, 115, 127, 144, 160, 166, 

139, 140, 142, 143, 147, 151, 178, 212, 213, 217, 226, 229, 

153, 155, 158, 163, 167, 168, 232, 234, 254, 268, 270, 274, 

169, 170, 173, 176, 179, 180, 295, 303, 392, 410, 421, 470, 

182, 184, 185, 186, 187, 191, 474, 515. 521. 526, 537, 560, 

192, 193, 199, 201, 206, 210, 574, 589. 

211, 212, 214, 215. 222, 223, Pitts, 555. 

225, 231, 232, 233, 235, 236, Pittsburgh, 34, 125, 244. 

237, 240,242,250,251,252, Pittsfield, Mass., n, 434, 467, 

256, 266, 267, 268, 271, 272, 573. 



Pittsfield, N. H., 267, 334. 
Place, 555, 228, 434. 
Plainfield, Ct., 33, 41, 44, 45, 66, 

67, 72, 123, 133, 136, 151, 
156, 158, 167, 168, 172, 205, 
209, 213, 239, 240, 251, 312, 
336, 425, 428, 443, 500, 520, 
562. 577. 

Plainfield, Mass., 87, 227. 

Plaistovv, Eng., 249. 

Plant, 556. 

Planter, 440, 594. 

Platner, 556. 

Piatt, 41, 562. 

Plattsburg, N. Y., 69. 

Pleasants, 556. 

Pleasant Valley, Ohio, 416. 

Pleasures of Hope, 161. 

Plummer, 556. 

Plymouth, Eng., "Ji. 

Plymouth, Mass., 180, 219, 254, 

271, 300, 317, 375, 400, 480, 

497, 522, 58s, 588. 
Piympton, Mass., 148, 180. 
Poet, 208, 494. 
Poland, Me., 466. 
Political Callender, 222, 461. 
Pollard, 556. 
Policy, 556. 
Pollock, 556. 
Pomeroy, 556. 
Pomroy, 556. 
Pomfret, Ct., 23, 37, 51, 53, 65, 

68, 136, 145, 158, 17s, 180, 
218, 244, 246, 248, 269, 323, 

333. 117, 34', 348.351. 36s, 
381, 385, 387, 398. 439, 443, 
496, S30, 544, 557, 58 1, 597. 

Pompey, N. Y., 442, 467. 

Pond, 556. 

Pontiac, Mich., 370, 584. 

Pontiac's War, 363, 481. 

Poole, 557. 

Poore, 557. 

Pope, 557. 

Popple, 557. 

Porter, 557, 51, 65, 68, 136, 
175. 269, 337, 377, 453, 530. 

Portland, Me., 63, 64, 74, 81, 172, 
187, 234, 238, 249, 250, 291, 



Portland, Me., — Continued. 
310, 337. 338. 35'. 393. 428, 
450, 484, 498, 501, 519, 528. 

Port of Newport, 566. 

Portsmouth, N. H., 226, 253, 264, 
273, 332, 432, 555. 592. 

Portsmouth, R. I., 25, 26, 27, 28, 
39, 40, 49, 50, 67, 80, 81, 88, 
96, 107, 109, 120, 121, 124, 
129, 131, 134, 135, 137, 141, 
142, 168, 175, 176, 177, 184, 
192, 196, 197, 208, 209, 210, 
214, 215, 216, 242, 243, 257, 
258, 262, 267, 273, 278, 285, 
290, 295, 296, 305, 306, 308, 
309, 320, 330, 33'. 342, 343. 
344. 357. 362, 363. 384. 390. 
398, 406, 430, 431, 437, 438, 
462, 463, 482, 498, 504, 505, 
507, 517, 522, 523, 525, 532, 
54', 542, 552, 560, 56', 57', 
578, 593- 

Portsmouth, Va., 148, 171, 457. 

Post, 558. 

Postmaster, 175, 248, 480, 531, 
542. 

Postmaster General, 485, 483. 

Post Office, 534. 

Potowomut, R. I., 115, 325, 328. 

Potter, 558, 41, 45, 76, 82, 99, 
103, 107, 130, 147, 151, 152, 
164, r66, 168, 171, 188, 196, 
198, 200, 208, 209, 211, 215, 
216, 220, 224, 231, 236, 246, 
248, 251, 265, 290, 294, 296, 
300, 357, 360, 365, 386, 392, 
393. 399. 401, 404. 416,427, 
428, 433, 474, 475, 509, 513, 
524, 530, 531, 545, 549, 550, 
554, 564, 565, 573. 

Pottle, 562. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 67, 206, 
281, 386, 406. 

Poulett, 562. 

Powell, 563, 247, 528. 

Power, 563. 

Powers, 563. 

Pratt, 563. 

Pray, 564. 

Preacher, Female, 230, 586. 



LI 



Preacher, Traveling, 208, 494. 

Preceptor, 256, 276, 481, 588. 

Prentice, 564. 

Prentiss, 564. 

Presbury, 564. 

Prescott, 107, 193. 

Preshall, 564. 

President, 221, 274, 404, 467. 

President, Lieutenant of the, 
466, 509. 

President of the U. S., 321, 493, 
509. 

President, U. S. Ship, 392. 

Preston, 565, 24, 62, 63, 92, 
123. 159, r8i, 185, 188, 200, 
203, 211, 237, 276. 304, 346, 
349. 458, 470, 482, 512, 519, 
557, 560, 563, 565, 579, 581. 

Preston, Ct., 85, 89, 219, 235, 
501, 561, 591. 

Prevear, 565. 

Price, 565, 

Priest, 565. 

Prime, 565. 

Prince, 565. 

Prince Edward Co., Va.,92, 130, 
232 

Prince Edward Isle, 305. 

Prince of Newfchatel, 97, 269. 

Prince, Royal, 298, 507. 

Princeton, Mass., 530. 

Princeton, N. J., 594. 

Prince William Co., Va., 226, 
510. 

Princess of Bavaria, 298. 

Princess of Wurtemburg, 507. 

Principal, 334, 363, 450, 571. 

Prindle, 566. 

Printer, 33, 38,65, 66, 71, 74, 81, 
88, 92. 93, 98, 99, 120, C43, 
171, 187, 191, 195, 211, 221, 
230, 238, 241, 248, 249, 256, 
258, 273, 278, 281, 286, 295, 
297. 321, 323. 326, 334. 337. 
341, 352, 354, 355, iti, 374, 

m, 391.420, 424.432, 433. 
445, 452, 464, 473, 483, 490, 

505, 506, 530, 532, 543, 553, 

573. 594. 597. 598. 
Printing House, ig. 



Prior, 566. 

Pritchard, 566. 

Privateer Sch., David Porter, 

285. 
Proctor, 566. 
Professor in Amherst College, 

379. 538. 
Professor in Andover College, 

511. 596. 
Professor in Brown College, 26. 
Professor in Divinity, 445. 
Professor in Harvard College, 

180, 270. 
Professor in Mathematics, 173. 
Professor in Natural History, 

26. 
Professor in Natural Philosophy, 

173- 
Professor in Rhetoric, 249. 
Pronning, 566. 
Prophet, 566. 

Proprietor, 102, 170, 433, 551. 
Prospect (name), 566. 
Prospect, N. Y., 108, 382, 468. 
Proud, 567. 
Prout, 567. 
Prouty, 567. 
Provandie, 567. 
Providence, R. I., 17 to 599. 
Providence Circus, 483. 
Providence, District of, 134, 470. 
Providence Gazette, 133. 
Providence Patriot, 17 to 599. 
Providence Pheni.x, 17 to 599. 
Providence Theatre, 84, 285, 

366, 563- 
Provincetovvn, Mass., 211, m. 
Pruden, 412. 

Prudence Island, '251, 262. 
Prussia (name), 567. 
Prussia, 509, 567. 
Prussia, King of, 395, 509, 513. 
Prussian Minister, 335. 
Pruyn, 567. 

Public Monies, 274, 404. 
Publisher, 78, 120, 140, 185, 202, 

232, 248, 252, 260, 262, 298, 

333, 336, 358, 367. 485. 492, 

5'3. 5'6. 
Puffer, 415. 



LII 



Pullen, 567. 
Pulling, 567. 
Pulsepper, 567. 
Pupil, 293, 302, 587. 
Pupil, Creek, 252. 
Purington, 567. 
Purkes, 567. 

Purser, 125, 346, 392, 570. 
Pursuivance, 567. 
Putnam, 567. 
Putp.ey, 568. 
Putney, Vt., 284, 547. 



Quackenboss, 568. 

Quaker, 535. 

Quarman, 568. 

Quebec, Can., 514, 562. 

Quincy, 25. 

Quincy, Mass., 35, 91, 378. 



Radcliffe, 568. 

Raiford, 568. 

Raloh, 568. 

Rand, 568. 

Randall, 568. 

Randolph, 570. 

Randolph, Mass., 194, 443, 527. 

Randolph, Vt , 120, 146, 219, 
239, 321, 387. 

Ramsey, ^Ji. 

Ranger, 571. 

Rankin, 571. 

Ranson, 571, 214, 384. 

Rathbone, 571. 

Rathburn, 571. 

Raven, 572. 

Rawson, 572. 

Ray, 573, 234, 290. 

Raymond, 573. 

Raymond, Mass., 450.451. 

Raynham, Mass., 64, 106, 238, 
234, 310, 338, 356, 359 389, 
390, 391. 392, 393. 425, 436, 
439, 441, 442, 446, 449, 494, 
517, 564, 58S, 589. 



Razee, 573. 

Rea, 573. 

Read, 573, 47, 229, 361, 406, 

533- 
Reading, Ct., 153, 458. 
Reading, Vt., 278, 398 
Rear Admiral, 248, 269. 
Receiver. 274, 404. 
Recorder, Boston, Mass., 36, 

260, 343. 
Records, 576. 
Rector (name), 576. 
Rector, 101, 158, 174, 249, 301, 

339. 385- 

Redding, 576. 

Reeder, 576. 

Reeves, 577. 

Regiment, U. S. of Light Ar- 
tillery, 273, 525. 

Regiment, U. S. of Infantry, 
401. 

Register, the, 514. 

Register, Washington, 509, 579. 

Rehoboth, Mass., 23, 32, 33, 34, 
35, 36, 41, 44, 48. 53> 63, 65, 
68, 70, 74, 82, 83, 84, 86, 93, 
100, 104, 105, 106, 107, ir2, 
113, 114, ti6, 117, 119, 126, 
128, 135, 141, 144, 147, 148, 
150, 152, 157, 161, 162, 165, 
166, 167, 168, 172, 175, 177, 
178, 180, 188, 198, 212, 216, 
223, 226, 228, 229, 233, 234, 
235-, 240, 242, 249, 255, 261, 
264, 265, 286, 290, 293, 296, 
297. 300, 304. 306, 307. 308, 
312, 315, 316, 337. .540, 345, 
353. 357, 367, 368, 373, 381, 
382, 383, 391, 392, 401, 403, 
407, 412, 414, 421, 422, 424, 
425, 426, 432, 437, 454, 459, 
462, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 
474, 480, 482, 485, 489, 49 1, 
497, 499, 503, 510, 511, 512, 
516, 517, 520, 521. 522, 524, 
526, 532, 533. 534; 536, 537- 
538, 539, 542, 546, 547, 549, 
550, 552. 553, 573- 574, 575, 
576. 577- 581, 590, 594, 595, 
596. 



LIII 



Reilley, 577. 

Relph, 577. 

Remington, 577, 462. 

Renches, 578. 

Renick, 578. 

Reporter, Columbian, 181. 

Representative in Congress, gi, 

109, 241, 257, 423. 
Republican Columbian, 225,477. 
Republican Herald, 333, 551. 
Republican, Rhode Island, 63, 

467. 575- 
Republican, Savannah, 278, 508 
Republican, Sheldon, N. Y., 172 
Resident Minister, 126, 335. 
Respass, 578. 
Revein, 579. 

Revolution, Officer of the, 267. 
Revolution, Soldier of the, 38, 

148, 171, 263, 289, 318, 484. 
Revolution, War of the, 69, 

372. 
Rexford, 32, 43, 82, 87, 93, 103, 

III, 112, 117, 120, 138, 148, 

157, 158, 163, 168, 170, 171, 

175. '79i 198. 210, 229, 248. 

254. 262, 265, 266. 304, 315, 

316, 323, 330.339. 34', 356, 

397- 398, 399, 4 '8. 419-430. 

454, 455, 456, 472.476. 479. 

480, 496. 504. 524. 534. 539. 

549. 550. 
Reynolds, 579, 458. 
Rhetoric, Prof, of, 249 
Rhinebeck, N. Y., 568. 
Rhino, 580, 
Rhode Island, 97, 99, 100. 113, 

146, 174, 185. 299, 3^,0, 333, 

403, 457. 477. 4''^0- 488. 544- 

552, 559- 
Rhode Island American, 314, 

399- 
Rhode Island, Gov. of, 417. 
Rhode Island Historical Society, 

21. 
Rhode Island, Lieut. Gov. of, 

141, 201, 202 
Rhode Island Republican, 63, 

467. 575- 



Rhode Island, the Eighteenth 

Regiment, 67. 
Rhode Island, U. .S. Senator, 

244, 250. 
Rhodes, 580 
Rhodie, 582. 
Rice, 5 84. 
Rich, 585, 83, 89 172, 327, 

435. 542 
Richards, 582, 462. 
Richardson, 583, 402, 490. 
Richford, Vt., 4(2, 592. 
Richmond, 585, 525. 
Richmond Co., N. Y , 87, 255. 
Richmond, Mass.. 595. 
Richmond, N. H., 76, 423. 
Rirhmond. N. Y., 573. 
Richmond, N. C, 274. 
Richmond. R. I , 31, 70, i lO, 

167, 205. 208, 402, 41 I, 422, 

426, 44S, 560, 580, 590. 
Richmond St., I'rov . 457 
Richmond, U. C, i 5S 
Richmond, Va , 31, 84,92,232, 

292, 294, 336, 360, 361, 362, 

472, 485. 493. 505. 583 588. 
Richmond, Va., Whig. 477, 556. 
RickirH. 587. 
Ricketson, c;87 
Rider, 587. ' 
Ridge, 587. 
Rilev, 587. 
Ring, 587. 
Ringgold, 587 
Ripley, 588. 
Ritchie, 588 
River He;i(l M:inor, Pa.. ^41, 

378 
Rivers, 588 
Roadrick 588. 
Ruhhin IlnlLuv, R I . 168 
Rnhhins, 588 87, 38J, 472. 
Roberts, 588. 318 
Robertson, 589. 
Robertsville, S C . 4S3, 502 
Robins, 589 

Robinson. 589. 67. 36?, 459 
RcH-he, 591 
Rorhelle, Fr.. 65, 441 



Rochester, Mass., 85, 88, 503, 

504, 507- 
Rochester, N. H., 103, 212, 317. 
Rock, 592. 
Rockingham, Vt., 34, 69, 403, 

409. 
Rockwell, 591, 20. 
Rodman, 592. 
Rodney, 592. 
Roffee, 592. 

Rogers, 592, 242, 244, 593. 
Rogerson, 594. 
Rolston, 594. 
Roman Catholic, 535. 
Rome, Italy, 334.' 
Rome, N. Y., 98, 167, 253, 376, 

389, 573- 
Romeyn, 204, 244, 535- 558- 
Rood, 594. 
Roon, 594, 
Roosevelt, 594. 
Roper, 594. 
Rosurio, 594. 
Roscoe, 504. 
Rose, 594. 
Ross, 595, 30, 43, 47,62, no, 

236, 266, 298, 447. 
Rossiter, 595. 
Rotch, 595. 
Round, 595. 

Rounds, 595, 463, 476. 
Rowan Co., N. C, 502. 
Rowed, 596. 
Rowley, Mass., 226, 339, 384, 

408. 
Roxbury. Mass., 41, 120, 146, 

199, 236, 251, 279, 298, 355, 

363. 384. 399. 432, 444. 493. 

550. 
Royal Arch Mason, 351, 495. 
Royal Artillery, Tl. 
Royalton, Vt., 291, 300. 
Royolston, Mass., 72. 
Royton, Va., 213. 
Ruff, 596. 
Rugg. 596. 
Ruggles, 596. 
Rumerill, 596. 
Runnell, 313. 



Runnells, 597. 

Rushworth, 597. 

Russell, 597. 

Russian Legation, 241, 440. 

Rutenbar, 598. 

Rutenburg, 598. 

Rutland, Vt., loi, 431, 458, 483. 

Rutledge, 598. 

Ryan, 599. 

Rye, N. Y., 97, 195. 

Ryegate, Vt., 104, 161. 



Sabin, I4t, 208, 235, 397, 427, 

448, lOI. 

Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 65, 

238, 302, 351, 509. 
Saco, Me., 450. 
Saddler, 126, 300, 428, 442. 
Safford, Ct., 159, 301. 
Sailderland, N. Y., 54, 468. 
Sailing Master, 285. 
Saint Augustine, Kla., 447, 471. 
Saint Cro.x, W. I., 78, 286. 
Saint Cyclo, W. I., 109. 
Saint James, Kng., 508, 571. 
Saint James' Church, L. I., 202. 
Saint John's, N. B., 339. 
Saint John's Church, Canan- 

daigua, N. Y., 407, 483. 
Saint John's Church, N. Y., 246, 

410. 
Saint John's Church, Pawtucket, 

34, 42, 182. 
St. John's Church, Providence, 

26, 28, 51, 56, lOi, 148, 164, 

171, 219, 221, 222, 229, 230, 

244, 248, 249, 259, 292, 328, 

343. 392.403. 405. 413. 414. 

449, 472, 483, 502, 510, 514, 
519, 525, 565, 588, 598. 

Saint John's, N. H., 493. 

Saint Johnsbury, Vt., 55, 435, 

475- 
Saint Louis, Mo., 89, 224, 337, 

435- 
Saint Lucas, Spain, 402. 
Saint Mary's Co., Md., 484. 
Saint Mary's, Geo., 29. 



LV 



Saint Michael's Church, Bristol, 
R. I., Ill, 121, 182, 186, 

244. 336, 337,413. 491, 501, 
504, 529, 53^, 538. 

Saint Paul's Church, Boston, 
241, 498. 

Saint Paul's Church, Hopkinton, 
Mass., 241. 

Saint Paul's Church, Pawtucket, 
77, 85, 99, 10 r, 108, 122, 
136, 154, 238, 246, 286, 342, 
385, 397. 405. 503. 554. 576- 

Saint Paul's Church, Wickford, 
150. 

Saint Peter's Church, Salem, 
Mass., 164, 291. 

Saint Thomas, W. L, 582. 

Sale, 272, 573. 

Salem Co., N. J., 234, 290. 

Salem, Mass., 73, 84, 107, 115, 
125, 172, 164, 186, 236, 238, 
249, 273, 279.291, 297, 306, 
326, 335, 342, 376, 378, 387, 
408, 423, 424, 431. 508, 515, 
526. S39- 554. 568, 592. 595- 

Salem, Mass., Gazette, 91, 378. 

Salem, N. J , 509, 579. 

Sales, 568. 

Salisbury, 35, 46, 51,92, 112, 137, 
149, 153, 172, 1S4, 190, 262, 
266, 272, 296, 299, 379, 398, 
399, 435. 507. 542, 564. 

Sampson, 266, 355, 375. 

Sanborn, 28, 86, 140, 162, 214, 
226, 230, 273, 284, 294, 300, 
321. 333, 445, 511, 513. 

Sands, 89. 

Sandwich, Mass , 90, 243, 308, 
319,410, 505, 597. 

Sanford, 81, 85, 113, 143, 262, 

319, 343,415, 452, 457. 493. 

528. 
Sanger, 52. 

San Salvator, W. I.. 269, 337. 
Saratoga, N. Y., 380, 451. 
Sardinia, 278 
Sardinia, King of, 467. 
Sargent, 413. 
Sarle, 103, 172, 478. 
Satterlee, 452. 



Saugus, Mass., 154, 157, 461. 

Saunders, 73, 94, 138, 149, 169, 
170, 178, 198, 199, 215, 236, 
263, 268, 342, 359, 441, 455, 
478, 481, 533- 

Saunderson, 204. 

Savannah, Ga., 24, 25, 59, 86 
135. >37, "92, 201, 257, 258 
272, 277, 278, 288, 299, 311 
33", 335. 366, 370, 385. 406 
413. 448, 449, 459, 467, 491 
492, 508, 512, 514, 525, 559 
586. 

Savannah, Ga., Republican, 278, 
508. 

Savanna, Le Mar, 413, 565. 

Savoy, Ga., 278, 467. 

Sawin, 472, 521. 

Sa.xe Miningen, 25. 

Saybrook, Ct., 30, 117, 190, 352, 

389, 513- 

Sayer, 239, 421, 436. 

Sayers, 563, 572. 

Sayles, 58, 66, 76, 114, 294, 349^ 
395, 403, 423, 501, 5'9 

Scarboro, Mass., 51, 434, 487. 

Schaeffer, 513. 

Schaffer. 395 

Scheffer, 188. 

Scheffier, 1S8. 

Schenectady, N. Y., 106, 496. 

Schermerhorn. 310. 

Schoolmaster, 274. 

Schopack, N. Y., 215, 251. 

Schroeder, 31 1 

Scituate, .Mass., 119, 292, 439. 

Scituate, R. I., 25, 29, 30, 31 
32, 36, 38, 42, 45, 46, 47 
49. 56, 57, 60, 61, 64, 66, 70 
71, 72, 76, 90, 97, 100, 1 13 
114, 116, 118, 128, 133, 134 
135, 13G, 138, 140, 141. '59 
166, 187, 190, 195, 196, 200 
201, 217, 220, 223, 228, 237 
240, 242, 246, 259, 276, 279 
280, 281, 282. 287, 288, 300, 
304, 311, 326, 328, 332, 346 
348, 349, 350, 35'. 359. 360 
365, 366. 367, 370, 379, 383 
388, 400, 404, 411, 420, 424 



LVI 



INDEX 



Scituate, R. I., — Continued. 

425, 428, 439, 454, 456, 461, 

462, 463, 469, 477, 478, 499. 
501, 519, 522, 531, 534, 536, 
539. 540. 542, 548, 549. 558, 
559, 561, 568, 569, 571, 573, 
577. 582, 591, 595. 

Scott, 27, 50, 231, 274, 382, 386, 
404, 408, 409, 462, 482, 595. 

Scoville, 123. 

Scudder, 222, 453. 

Seabury, 40, 109, 334, 374. 

Seagrave, 294, 550. 

Seaman, 216. 

Seamans, 28, 80, 83, 94, 122, 
128, 133, 168, 171, 177, 227, 
253, 288, 309, 323, 333, 345, 
370, 408, 423, 446, 448, 451, 

463, 478, 497, 504, 51S, 521, 
555, 580, 594, 595- 

Searle, 47, 79, 255, 258, 264, 269, 
528, 589, 592. 

Sears, 149, 358. 

Searsboro, Me., 439, 556. 

Seatle, 140, 149, 293. 

Seaver, 390, 445, 511, 520, 557. 

Second Baptist Chinch, Crans- 
ton, 424. 

Second Church. Beverly, Mass., 

557- 
Second Chiuxh, Unitarian, Prov., 

276, 550. 
Secretary, 440. 
Secretary of Legation, 241, 459, 

476. 
Secretary of Navy, 241. 
Secretary of State, 264, 479. 
Secretary of State of R. I., 44, 

273- 

Secretary of War, 432. 

Sedgwick, 270. 

Seekonk, 23, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35- 
36, 37. 49. 50. 52, 54. 71. 72, 
74, 75, 81, 82, 83, 84. 92, 98, 
100, loi, 104, 105, 106, 108, 
112, 113, 1 15, 116, 1 19, 127, 
13s. 137. 138, 139. 141. 142. 
144, 148, 152, 157, 160, 161, 
165, 166, 167, 168, 176, 178. 
194, 195, 196, 198, 199, 208, 



Seekonk, — Continued. 

212, 213, 216, 218, 220, 224, 
226, 229, 231, 232, 234, 235, 
246, 247, 248, 254, 255, 268, 
270, 271, 272, 274, 278, 284, 
285, 288, 295, 297, 298, 299, 
300. 302, 306, 317, 321, 322, 

323. 325. 335. 337. 340, 344. 
356, 360, 364, 379, 380, 381, 
382, 386, 392, 393, 395, 396, 
397. 398, 401, 405. 407,408, 
410, 413, 418, 421, 422, 429, 
43'. 435. 437. 438, 441, 442, 
447, 469. 470. 471. 474. 475. 
481, 482, 485, 486, 489, 490, 
502, 503, 504, 505, 508, 510, 
511, 513, 516, 519, 521, 522, 
526, 527, 533. 536, 537. 539. 
543, 544, 545, 547, 548, 549. 
552. 554. 560, 567, 572, 574, 
575. 578, 589- 

Segar, 546, 560. 

Sellers, 459. 

Seminary, VVesleyan, 256. 

Semphronies, N Y., 117. 

Senate, United States, 310, 338. 

Senator, Essex Co., Mass., 289. 

Senator, United States, 409, 

557- 
Senator, U. S., from Illinois, 92. 
Senator, U. S., from N Y., 143. 
Senator. U. S., from R. I., 244, 

250 
Senior Editor, 432, 467, 477, 

556. 
Senter, 392. 
.Serrell, 116. 
Serry, Eng.. 506. 
Sessions, 98. 255, 368. 
Settle, 267. 
Se.xton, 595. 
Seymour, 122, 345, 387. 
Sforzosi. 334. 
Shackleford, 565. 
Shaff, 173. 
Shakers, 483. 
Shapley, 157. 
Sharon, Mass., 120, 188, 301, 360, 

376, 494, 583. 
Sharp, 353, 463, 563. 



Sharpe, i8i, 288. Shurtleff, 24, 29, 38, 58, 59,60, 

Shaw, 62, 70, 80, 84, 91, 139, 62, 83, 113, 119, 124, 152, 

150, 176, 183, 196, 215, 232, 154, 163, 164, 170, 176, 181, 

235, 238, 247, 265, 315, 332, 198, 201, 205, 206, 209, 231, 

340, 356, 359. 385. 393. 403. 248, 271, 288, 308, 309, 318, 

406, 414, 418, 461, 483, 501, 331, 332, 333, 350, 351, 352, 

S07, 532, 540, 545, 584, 591- 366, 172, 375, 381, 383, 385, 

Shearer, 311, 392, 451, 478, 498,540, 549. 

Shedd, 282. 561, 562, 578, 582. 

Shedell, 81. Shutesbury, Mass., 305. 

Sheffey, 346. Sias, 231, 367, 391, 470. 

Sheffield, 305. Sibbons, [30 

Sheldon, 24, 42, 73, 75, 13S, 167, ^i^ley, 112, 163. 

201, 245, 279, 287, 338, 38^, Sicily, 278, 467. 

388, 428, 448. 462, 469. 519. ^'"isbiuy, Ct.. 557- 

540, 573, 598. Sing Sing, N. Y., 498. 

Sheldon NY 172. Six Nations, Chief of, 124, 422. 

Sheldon,' N.' Y.',' Republican, 172. Sijourney, 276. 

Sheperd, 108, 127, 134, 141, 185, Silence, 348. 

208, 236, 291, 300, 447, 487, Si ver, 337. 

585 Silvertop, 535. 

Sheperdson, 583. Shneon, 91. 

Sherhonrne Mass IA7 274 --77 Simmons, 38, 47, 71, 94, 109, 
bherbourne, IVlass., 147, 274, _77, ^^g ^^^^ ^^g ^^^^ jg^_ ^g^^ 

370, 392, 4'4- 2^9 265^ 277^ 292, 310, 314. 

Sheri hn H'^ =;o6 ^08 ;q7 •^6°' i''^^ 40O, 42S, 466, 512, 

She ff ^',. 522, 541. 559, 569. 592. 

Sheriff, 442. Simonds. 379. 

Sherman. 29, 36. 52. 72. 80, 81, gj^^^,_^ ^^ ^^ g, 

95, 96. MO 120, .25. .29, Simpson, 89. 485 566. 

.49. 155. '56, 158. 170, 98, Sinclair, .61, 314. 483. 

23., 242, 251, 266, 348. 362. gi,^^;^^; 

387, 4 '7. 431. 433. 459. 478, ^j^^,, g g 2 g7, 141, 

5.3, 541. 542. 558, 575. 593. 295:306. 363. 393. 476, 479, 

^jneriicic, 453 ^g^ 

Sherwood, 325, 467. Skiff, 72. 

Shingleton, 149. Skelley, 195. 

Shippee, 227, 319, 564. Skillin, 464. 

Sholes, 95. Skinner, 115, 140, 194, 271, 353, 

Shoreham, Vt., 93. 512, 516. 

Shorey, 408. Skipwith, 325. 

Short, 115, 157, 167, 425. Slack, 136, 304, 326, 400, 491. 

Shove, lis, 146- Slade, 90, 177, 264, 291, 295, 303, 

Shrewsbury, Eng., 267, 508. 304, 308, 378, 426, 446, 455, 

Shrewsbury, Mass., 199, 260, 474, 512, 533. .' 

290, 298, 314, 364, 400, Slater, 86, 144, 251, 396, 530. ^'^ 

440,468,511,514,598. Slatersville, 43, 68, 171, 192, 

Shrewsbury, Vt., 76, 423. 237, 254, 342, 371, 467. 

Shrieves, 559. Slauson, 594. 

Shumway, 102. Slibbons, 93. 



LVIir INDEX 

Slocum, TT, 124, 160, 268, 281, Smithfield, R. I., — Continued. 

295, 296, 308, 309, 312, 320, 211, 213, 214, 216, 221, 222, 

335, 462, 491, 561, 562, 591. 226, 227, 231, 232, 234, 237, 

Slover, 37. 245, 246, 247, 250, 254, 256, 

Smart, 140, 222, 341, 526. 259, 263, 264, 265, 267, 269, 

Sniead, 568. 271, 273, 275, 276, 277, 278, 

Smith, 31, 42, 44, 46, 47, 48, 53, 281, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 

55, 65, 67, 68, 69, 71, 74, 75, 291, 292, 296, 297, 301, 306, 

^^, 81. 83. 84, 89, 90, 91, 96, 3r5, 319, 320, 326. 327, 334, 

98, 100, loi, 104, 106, 109, 335, 339, 340, 341. 346, 348, 

no, III, 113, 114, 115, 117, 349, 350. 351, 353, 354, 357, 

119, 125, 130, 138, 142, 143, 358, 359 360, 361, 364, 365, 

144, 150, 155. 158, 159, 161, 366, 369, 370, 371, 379. 380, 
162, 170, 171, 172, 177, 180, 387. 391, 395, 396, 398. 399, 
181, 187, 188, 190, 192, 195, 400, 403, 404. 405. 406, 409, 
200, 210. 212, 221, 224, 229, 410, 41 1, 415, 416, 418. 420, 
233. 234, 240, 241, 242, 245, 421, 423, 424, 421;, 426, 428, 
246, 254, 256, 257, 259, 266, 423, 433. 434, 435, 438, 440, 
267, 269, 271, 272, 274, 280, 441, 445, 446, 453, 45S, 460, 
281, 284, 291, 293, 297, 299, 461, 464, 465, 466, 467, 470, 
300, 306, 307, 308, 314, 316, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479, 481, 
329. 330, 336, 337. 11^, 342, 4*^3. 4«6, 488. 490, 491, 493. 
346, 349, 351, 352, 353, 357, 495. 497, 498, 499, 500. 5or, 
359, 360, 361, 363. 365. 367. 506, 507, 508, 5'0. 5I3. 5'S. 
372. 373. 383- 384- 388, 391, 518, 518. 519. 520 526, 527, 
393. 404- 406, 407, 410, 414, 528, 531, 532, 537, 53?', 539, 
417, 434, 437. 442, 445. 454. 548, 557. 564. 568, 569. S/O, 
459, 462, 463, 465, 468, 471, 572. 575. 576, 578, 581. 582, 
472, 473. 475- 477. 478, 479. 584. 589. 590. 591, 592. 593. 
481, 482, 483, 490, 493, 499, 596. 

506, 515, 518, 519, 522, 523, Smithfield, R. I., National Bank, 

525, 528, 530, 531, 541, 542, 292. 

544, 548, 549, 553, 558, 559, Smock, 580. 

564, 572, 575, 576, 577, 578, Snell, 87, 91, 255, 390, 430, 513. 

582, 583, 585, 592, 597 Snelling, 107. 254. 

Smithfield, R. I., 26, 27, 29, 30, Snodgrnss, 24, 299. 

31, 37. 38, 39. 42, 43. 44. 45. Snow, 35, 37, 42, 43, 60 69, 78, 

t f«' f ' I'' P' ^^' l^' 5^' 80, 158 .63. .78. i9i. -98 

57. 58. 60, 61, 63. 68, 69, 71, 2.;, 241. 250. 253. 256, 26., 

72. 73, 75. 7(^, 77. 78. 8., 82, .g^ ^^ ^^^ ^3 . ^ 

86, 88, 89. 90 91. 92. 93. 94, 341, 34J, 448. 35>. 356, 381, 

10.. .03, .08, . ,7, . .8 . .9, lly\ J^^^ W ^^6, 449, 47' 

120, 124, 125, 127. 128, 129, ^88. 494. 502, 506 516, 518. 

13', 133, 134, 13s, "36. 137, r2n tZ 

139, 140, .4', 142, 143, 144, Snowdon, 302. 

145, 146, 149, 150, 152, 157, „ . ^ ,..■?, „ „ 

159, 160, i6i, 162, .64. 166, '^"ciety Hill, S. C, 243. 498. 

167, 169, 170, 171, 182, 183, Soldier of the Revolution, 38, 

188, 189, 190, 191, 193, 195, 148. 17'. 263, 289, 318, 484, 

199, 203, 204, 208, 209, 210, Solon, Me., 297, 400. 



ux 



Somerset, Mass., 48, 50, 81, 87, 
109, 1 15, 119, 124, 136, 142, 
148, 174, 17s, 176, 177, 183, 
193, 200, 214, 233, 234, 264, 
308, 324, 339, 361, 378, 40r, 
445. 455, 456, 466, 496, 52 1, 
542, 547, 552. 

Somerset, Ohio, 453. 

Somersworth, N. H., 155, 254. 

Somerville, N. J., 205, 271. 

Something New, 87, 298. 

Soper, 564. 

Sopey, 544. 

Soule, 259, 574, 582, 

Southbridge, Mass., 45, 178,212, 

358, 433- 
Southbridge, Mass., Moralist, 

170. 433- 

Southbridgevvater, Mass., 411, 
439- 

South Carolina, 542. 

South Dennis, Mass., 452. 

South East, N. Y., 143. 

South Kingstown, R. I., 28, 59, 
67, 80, 93, 110, 131, 136, 
138, 139, 142, 143, 177, 179, 
i8r, 182, 183, 189, 190, 192, 
203, 204, 205, 206, 223, 236, 
237, 269, 279, 297, 303, 304, 
305. 306, 336, 339, 345, 362, 
369. 371. 374. 389, 390, 410, 
422, 437, 480, 502. 507, 511, 
512, 516, 517, 526, 532, 540, 
541, 544, 545, 546, 559, 560, 
561, 567, 579, 580, 587, 590, 

591. 594- 
South Reading, Mass., 87, 271, 

394. 529- 
South Salem, N. Y., 594. 
Southward, 286. 
South wick, 28, 107, 204, 210, 

313, 327. 335. 398,494. 500, 

573- 
Southworth, 137, 143, 169, 230, 

400, 506. 
Sowle, 435, 498. 
Sparhawk, 402. 
Sparks, 83, 447. 
Sparren, 271. 
Sparta, Ala., 292, 341. 



Spaulding, 61, 67, 199, 216, 316, 
322, 499, 504, 510, 519, 529, 

597- 
Speaker, 596. 

Speaker of House, Me., 308. 
Spear, 191, 281. 
Spears, 52. 246, 380, 567. 
Spellman, 272, 545, 567. 
Spencer, 24, 61, 65, no, 128, 

137, 168, 270, 311, 321, 328, 

405, 430, 449, 491, 496, 510. 

527, 580. 
Spencer, Mass., 413. 
Spiffletown, 1 12, 130. 
Spicer, 108. 
Spider, 218. 
Spink, 188, 206, 207, 268, 512, 

549- 

Spittle, 316. 

Spooner, 28, 99, 149, 158, 186, 
203, 220, 228, 233, 256, 257, 
313, 382, 506, 533, 557, 579. 

Sprague, 40, 44, 45, 46, 49, 63, 

64. 77, 89, 93. 95. 97. 114. 
116, 124, 132, 133, 135, 162, 
165, 167, 168, 215, 224, 237, 
243, 273, 279, 280, 287, 291, 
319. 329. 330,331.349.360, 
365. 376. 379, 398, 390. 401, 
415, 417, 427,435,450, 453, 
456, 478, 500, 525, 526, 546, 
547, 559, 566, 569, 570, 572. 

Spring, 134, 443. 

Springer, 127, 294, 320. 

Springfield, Mass., 63, 7^, 105, 
122, 129, 158, 164, 260, 306, 
337, 522, 558. 

Springfield, Vt., 230, 563, 586. 

Sprout, 91, 397. 

Spry, 295. 

Spurr, 521. 

Spy, the Worcester, Mass., 202, 
262. 

Stacers, 410. 

Stacey, 192, 239, 388. 

Stafford, 42, 52, 54, 146, 254, 
272, 279, 280, 297, 313, 348, 
375. 453.458, 513, 562. 

Stafford, Ct., 105, 318. 

Stafford Springs, Ct., 528. 



LX 



Stagg, 149, 294. 

Stall, III, 256, 562. 

Stanbury, 580. 

Standfield, 27. 

Standish, 482. 

Stanhope, 149, 163, 293, 330, 

438. 
Standley, 92, 196, 198, 203. 
Stanton, no, 139. 345, 374, 540- 
Stanwood, 428. 
Staples, 23, 75, 263, 265, 344, 

379- 563 
Star, Berkshire, Mass., 62, 589. 
Star, Elizabeth City, N. C, 27, 

495- 
Starbuck, 339. 
Stark, 104, 161. 
Starkey, 400. 

Starkweather, 33, 165, 187. 
Starr, 432, 494. 
Starrett, 151. 
Starrs, 239, 394. 
State Rank, Ind., 274, 404. 
State Department, 70. 
State Secretary, of R. I., 44, 

264, 479. 
Staten Island, N. Y., 197, 416. 
States, 106. 535. 
Statesburgh, S. C, 26, 482. 
Stayner, 252. 
Stead, 259. 
Steadman, 182, 397. 
Steamer Fulton, 204, 535 
Stearne, 93. 94, 99. 425, 597. 
Steavens, 79, 262, 267, 295. 
Stebbins, 157, 231, 352, 479. 
Steele, 55, 58, 289, 340, 399. 
Steere, 43. 51, 135, 152, 210, 423, 

433.48s. 53'. 536. 

Steib, 191. 

Stephens, 82, 209, 497. 

Stephens, N. Y., 325. 

Sterling, 33, 41, 42, 57. 67, 118, 
123, 132, 159, 198, 200, 251, 
276, 309. 311. 3 '8. 336, 358, 
368, 369. 379. 390. 402, 415. 
421, 422, 443. 492, 544, 545, 

547- 594- 
Sterne, 463. 
Sterry, 98, 143, 189, 317, 479. 



Stetson, 63, 505. 

Steuben Co., N. Y., 207, 589. 

Stevens, 216, 372, 431, 467, 514, 

566 
Stevenson, 579. 
Steward, 587. 

Stewart, 227, 454, 487, 515. 
Stewman, 88. 
Sticker, 571. 
Stickney, 32, 450. 
Stiles, 183, 592. 
Stillman, 67, 150, 179, 181, 211, 

223, 243, 362, 480 
Stillwell, 63, 176, 233, 306, 322, 

520, 585. 
Stillson, 562. 
Stimpson, 192. 
Stiness, 467. 
Stockbridge, Mass., 126, 252, 

284.355- 

Stoddard, 118,235, 255, 322,338, 
342, 370, 440, 456, 460, 476, 
560. 

Stokes, 420, 478. 

Stone. 27, 31, 41, 45, 47, 53. 54. 
56, 112, 118, 115, 116, 136, 
159, 166, 201. 202, 220, 224, 
279, 280, 281, 282, 287, 288. 
316, 329, 346, 379, 394. 409. 
410, 424, 425, 444, 461, 462, 
463, 466, 500, 515, 548, 561, 

569. 573- 

Stoneham, Mass.. 320, 583. 

Stonington, Ct., 67, 99, 106, 142, 
180, 182, 190, 223, 224, 242, 
247, 302, 345, 365, 371, 432, 
436, 445, 498, 507, 526, 528, 

535. 547. 555. 590. 591- 
Stonington, Ct., Pheni.x, 242, 

528. 
Stonington, Ct., Yankee, 498. 
Storer, 103, 498, 556. 
Story, 107, 1 13. 
Stoughton, 339, 475, 477. 
Stoughton, Mass., 373. 
Stowe, 182, 288, 344, 549, 583. 
-Stowe, Mass., 369. 
Stniight. 459 
Stratford, Eng., 249. 
Stratton, 66, 193. 



Streeter, 51, 86, 398, 435, 487. 

Strivens, 536 

Strong, 215, 297, 468, 515, 535, 

572. 
Stuart, 410. 
Stubb, 376. 
Studbury, Mass., 227. 
Studley, 52, 230, 508, 513, 562. 
Studst)n, 356. 
Sturbridge, Mass, 23, 96, 106, 

166, 289, 323, 393. 409. 459. 

509. 579- 
Sturcli, 143. 
Sturtevant, 123, 356. 
Stutesbury, Mass., 199. 
Stutson, 568. 
Styles, 374. 
Suabia, Ga , 467, 514. 
Sudbury, Mass., 274, 280. 
Suffield, Ct., 190, 535. 
Suicide, 489, 597. 
Sullings, 584. 
Sullivan, 256, 343. 
Summerfield, Va., 38, 289 
Summers, 345. 
Sumner, 117, 233, 234, 238, 314, 

445, 546, 566, 598. 
Sumpter, .S. C, 483. 
Sumptersville, S. C, 353, 582. 
Surgeon, 397, 401, 416, 441. 
Surinam, W. I., 594. 
Sutton, 52, 218, 229, 302, 332, 

361. 406, 441. 
Sutton. Mass., 231, 317, 358. 376, 

390, 391, 400, 438. 470, 568, 

584. 
Svvaip, 286. 
Swan, 143, 152, 470, 530, 542, 

566. 
Swanzey, 50, 61, 65, 70 72, 81, 

82, 83, 103, 105, no, III, 

1 12, 114, 1 16, 119, 124, 132, 

136, 144, 146, 148, 150. 175. 

176, 177, iSo, 197, 198, 201. 

214, 216, 233, 262, 264, 265, 

266, 267, 268, 303, 304, 305, 

306, 308, 322, 323, 324, 340, 

345, 368, 378, 397,4(4,419. 

420, 426, 430, 443, 445. 450, 

455. 456,459, 463, 471. 472. 



Swanzey, — Continued. 

473, 474,475,476, 481, 512, 
S2I, 533, 534, 540. 445. 547. 
550, 558. 583- 590, 591- 

Swartz, 264, 265, 344. 

Swazey, 470 

Sweden, 597. 

Sweet. 79, 86, 93, 96, 100. 104, 
105, 189, 190, 257, 269. 278, 
293. 294. 30'. 314. 320. 330, 
335. 358. 380, 398. 416. 433. 
445, 449, 461, 478, 50^. 538, 
541, 542, 556, 587. 

Sweeting, 351, 381. 

Sweetland, 74, 97, 230, 274, 316, 
319, 345.452, 584. 

Sweetzer, 496 

Swift, 343. 562 

Swinbourne, 98, 4X6. 

Switzerland, 10 1 , 412. 

Sylvester, 390, 538 



Tabor, 36, 133, 173. 200. 

265, 266, 283, 284. 329. 

^64, 376, 381,415- 474- 

592. 
T:ickum, 1 12, 130. 
Tatt, 43, 51, 58, 71, 73- 77 

94, 101, 109, 121, I2J 
146, 149. 154, 161, 186 
195, 238. 246, 247, 253 
276, 283. 286, 320. 32-S 

341, 342, 344, 346. 347 
360, 377. 382, 392, 405 

441, 444, 4;>. 476. 4^^ 

488, 491, 502. 50.S 514 
522, 529, 530, 538, 5:14 
558, 567. 576. 580, 5''5- 

Taggart, 157.43'. 5 10 

'laili.r, 237, 568. 

Tait, 228 

Talbot, 40. 106. i6q, 217. 
439- 502, 534. 554 

Tallmadge, 421. 

Tallnian. 38 39 181, i.*<4. 
237, 277. 420, 452, 496, 



362. 
S13. 



, 86, 
136, 
i8g, 
267, 
340. 
357. 
418. 

487. 

= 57, 
596 



07. 
570. 



Tanner, 202, 273. Taylor, — Continued. 
Tappan, 236. 306, 313. 3 > 4. 322, 324, 340, 

Tarr, 557. 346, 3SO, 354. 35^^. 368, 386, 

Tatem, 24, 28, 30, 36, 40, 51, 56, 410, 41 1, 426, 437, 455, 456, 

57, 58, 60, 61, 64, 67, 78, 90, 462, 465, 471, 472, 476, 480, 

95, 104, 116, 117, 123, 127, 491, 498, 505, 511, S12, 527, 

128, 134, 14s, 146, 151, 163, 529. 542, 555> 557. 575- 

171, 172, 173, 176, 180, 191, Teel, 329, 466 

206, 207, 280, 281, 287, 288, Tefft, n, 43, 102, 217, 427, 455, 

313. 318. 3'9, 328, 332. 338, 495- 

348, 349. 352. 367. n^^ 383. Tele, 54. 

384, 388, 410, 413, 415, 424, Telegraph, Boston, Mass., 36, 

425, 428, 430, 433, 436, 443, 343. 

448, 449, 453, 462, 467, 520, Telescope, Christian, 333, 551. 

522, S4f, 549, 552, 556, 558, Temple, 250, 271, 471, 475, 567. 

561, 563, 566, 569, 577. Tennant, 563. 

Taunton, Mass., 23, 33, 36, 37, Tennessee, 143, 293, 450. 

42, 43, 50, 53, 60. 61, 63, 64, Tenney, 69, 126, 526. 

65, 66. 71. 72, 82, 83. 84, 85, Terry. 276. 

91, 103, 105, 109, 117, 120, Terwiliger, 3S2 

122, 125, 129, 130, 133, 135, Tew, 79, 151, 190, 578. 

138, 148, 157, 166, 168, 171, Tevvell, 72. 

173. 175, 180, 181, 182, 186, Tewksbury, Mass., 87, 298, 365, 

194,197,213,215,220,221, 465. 

222, 223, 227, 229, 230, 236, -phane S38 

238, 239, 240, 241, 252, 263, Thaxter. 93, 317. 

265, 266, 267,270. 27., 275- Thayer, 93. 97, loi, 114- 130, 

277. 279. 283, 284, 286. 292, \ ,6 ,y,^ ,8 210, 223, 

??5' S' .'?8' \\\ \'}^ ^1^' ^''' 3°9. 334. 353. 364. 368, 

3'7. 337. 330. 34'. 342, 344. 431: 444 

347. 352,353.355.356,357. Thp;,fr^ ISS ?79 Ae.% AVi 

Tcn -.fir 3/SS 3fin 37n 2T- 1 neatre, 1 »», 272, 400, 473. 

359' fl' 368- 369. 370, I?,, Theatre, Boston, 73, 84, 285. 
374. 370, :,77, 3^2, j»j, jS4, ^ ^^, ca, 

390, 397. 398,4 > 8. 420, 42., Theatre Charleston S C ^77 

42s, 427, 436. 438. 440. 442, ^''^'^\"^' Charleston, b. C, 377, 

443,446,454.455.456,466, -p. J*;^- (^ . Garden la^ 

471,477.480,487,489.497. ^ 22j' ^'''^^"^ ^^''^''"' '43- 

500, 508, 509, 5'0. 5<2. 516, Tu„„.„ Federal Street 4^ 

5.7, 523. 524, 525. 528, 530, iJ^fj^j \^^^i^^ ^X' tL 

532, 539. 540. 543, 544. 548. ll^^^'^' "^ '*^^' ^- ^^ 3«9- 

549. 550, 551, 552, 555, 556, Theatre, Park, 51, 140, 371, 411. 

557. 562, 564. 569, 571, 575, Theatre, Philadelphia, 124, 143, 

576,582.583.586,594.596, ^^ ^,^''392- 

cqS. Theatre, Providence, 84, 285, 

Taylor, "50, 54, 83, 87, 95, u6, 366, 563. 

118, 135, 136, 150, 152, 155, Ihetford, Vt., 84, 300 

161, 175, 178, 188, 193, (96, Thoma.s, 49, 80, 107, 109, 162, 
201, 206, 215, 216, 227, 235, 194, 222, 290, 291, 306, 345, 

238, 240, 242, 256, 266, 268, 383, 393, 412, 413, 422, 423, 

277, 287, 289, 292, 299, 305, 447, 487. 



Thompson, 23, 34, 35, 38, 48, 63. 
68, 86, 104, 105, 131, 148, 
149, i6t, 162, 164, 165, 166, 
167, 173, 180, 186, 190, 198, 
213, 227, 241, 261. 286, 292, 
293. 295. 300, 307, 312, 315, 
321, 342, 364, 388, 392, 401, 
422, 432, 437, 453, 470. 474. 
504, 509, 514, 537, 552, 574, 

576, 577. 599 

Thompson, Ct., 32, 35, 42, 54, 55, 
57, 75, 87, 88, 97. io(, 107, 
108, 117, 118, 144, 148, 158, 
194, 201, 203, 204, 205, 207, 
222, 224, 234, 246, 248, 252, 
253, 260, 298, 304, 309, 3(2, 
315,321, 326, 348, 365, 387, 
401, 409, 416, 422, 434, 44r, 
443, 448, 463, 476, 496, 529, 
550, 565, 566, 574. 

Thoreau, 411. 

Thorn, 1,^. 

Thorndike, 45. 

Thornton, 53, 94, 114, 152, 204, 
Vl, 333. 349.422, 452, 521, 
527, 562, 569 

Thorp, 152, 285, 560. 

Thresher, 281, 398. 

Throop, 186, 262, 272. 

Thurber, 32, 68, 82, 93, 107, 108 
1 12, 1 16, 135, 168, 180, 183 
204, 211,246, 258, 270, 284 
291, 318, 323, 360, 374. 390 
396, 399.414. 432. 444. 445 
454, 456, 470, 484, 520, 532 
560, 56s, 569, 589, 594. 

Thurston. 71, 176, 219, 243, 263, 
289, 455, 49r, 554, 555. 566. 

Thwing, 407. 

Tibbetts, 418, 425, 455, 575. 

Tiffany, 62, 105, 116, 153, 238, 
466,497, 585. 

Tilley, 109, 139, 186, 270, 362, 
438, 486. 

TiUinghast, 27, 48, 54, 59. 60, 74, 
99, 1 15, 128, 146, 177, 179, 
208, 235, 241, 256, 259, 268, 
272, 296, 327, 331, 334, 342, 
349. 355, 377- 386, 388. 394- 
408,410, 413, 415, 436, 438, 



TiUinghast, — Continued. 

457, 459, 480,491, 492, 508, 
546. 565, 575. 586, 593- 

Tillson, 279. 

Times, the, 298. 

Times, the, Hartford, Ct., 120, 
5'6 

Timmons, 49, 369. 

Tindall, 272. 

Tingley, 212, 241, 270, 274, 449, 

537 
Tinkham, 387. 
Tisbury, Mass., 458, 557 
Tisdale, 105, 16S, 180, 271, 347, 

Titcomb, 165 

Titus, 218, 222, 281, 545. 589. 

Tiverton, R. I , 35, 39, 40. 51, 
67.72, 7l~ 79. 95 104. 105, 
109, 1 10, 124, 125, 129, 134, 
136, 138, 141, 142, 146, 157, 
158, 175, I.S6, 197, 198, 200, 
208,209,210,213, 218, 219, 
226, 232, 257.258, 266, 273, 
289. 291, 300, 309, 3", 323. 
324, 331, 336, 337, 343, 344, 
352. 354. 355. 367, 368. 391. 
393. 425. 43', 452. 459. 46'. 
462, 463, 476, 477. 482, 498, 
515. 516, 522, 526, 528. 532, 
535. 540. 545. 552. 554- 

Tobey, 41, 47. 58. 59. Th, 8.S, 90, 
106, 117, 120, 121, 123, 128, 
136, 137. 158, 162, 169, 190. 
193, 227, 230, 232, 237, 240, 
242. 266, 277, 278, 281, 285. 
2.S6, 300,301, 323, 329, 332, 
350, 360, 376, 394, 406, 415, 
420, 428, 4.^9, 434. 435. 441. 
444, 446, 447, 448, 449. 451. 
471,497, 510, 527, 537, 543, 
546, 547, 550. 556, 558, 565. 
568, 581, 586, 590, 594. 

Toilet, the, 140. 513. 

Tolland, Ct., 268. 

Tompkins, 198, 232, 332, 368. 
508, 558. 

Tommy, 103 

Tontine Coffee House, N. Y., 
94, 208. 



Tontinson, 88, 419. 

Topham, 155, 450. 

Topliff, 102. 

Topographical Eng., U. S., 216, 

417. 57'. 577- 
Torrey, 74, 150, 197, 202, 245, 

265, 276, 316, 342,431. 496, 

546. 
Totten, 78, 205, 540. 
Tourgee, 26, 128, 214. 
Tourtellot, 75. ' 'S. 203, 321, 323, 

345.425- 
Toussaint, 365. 
Tower, 408. 
Tovvle, 66. 
Towne, 139, 506. 
Townsend. in, 155, 204, 252, 

254, 255, 308, 392, 432, 543, 

558 
Townsend, Vt., 518. 
Towson, 99. 
Tracey, 137, 4?3. 
Trader, 208, 494. 
Trafalgar, 213. 
Trafton, 475. 

Transylvania Uni., Ky., 123,377. 
Traveling I'leacher, 208, 494. 
Traveler, American, 558, 564. 
Traverse, 550. 
Tread way, 102. 
Tread well, 96, 187, 553. 
Treasury, 382. 
Treasury, Auditor of the, 241, 

440. 
Tremble, 483. 

Tremont Tem]jle, Hoston, 582. 
Tressell, 523. 
Trickett, 321. 
Trinity Ch., Newport, 111,202, 

221, 244, 245, 311, 362. 
Tripp, 32, 99, 124, 131, 142, 

296, 303. 310, 359. 363. 453. 

496, 518. 
Trott, 1 18, 426. 
Troy, Mass., 38, 6i, 95, 109, no, 

n 1, n3, 120, 129, 136, 138, 

142, 146, 150, 155, 158, 17s, 

176, 186, 193, 209, 2n, 266, 

267, 320, 332, 336. 357. 386, 

393. 396. 398, 419. 447. 476, 



Troy, Mass., — Continued. 




515. 516, 575. 580, 


581 




Troy, N. H., 585. 






Troy, N. Y., 61, 93, 


124, 


137. 


143, 176, 192, 217, 


221, 


247. 


323. 339. 547- 






Truesdale, 440. 






Truman, 62, 328, 517. 






Trumbull, 518, 565. 






Truro, Mass., 585. 






Truxton, 382. 






Truxton. N. Y., 448. 






Tubbs, 89. 






Tucker, 254. 






Tucker, 60, 86, 123, 


147. 


178, 


193, 227, 267, 314, 


351 


428, 


479. 507- 







Tudor, 382. 

Tuell, 228, 242, 261. 

Tufts, 275, 391. 

TuUer, 291. 

Tunmore, 396. 

Tunsdale, 392. 

Turner, 52, 72. 87, 122, 133, 203, 

237, 267, 288, 354, 405, 409, 

419, 423. 514. 
Turpin, 92, 121, 424, 485. 
Turrell, 326. 

Tutor, Dartmouth College, 26. 
Tuttle, 103, 1 16, 295. 
Twell, 437. 
Two Sicilies, King of the, 278, 

466. 
Tyfield, 63. 
Tyler, 24, 64, 327, 365, 376, 450, 

472. 487- 
Tyng, 60, 241, Z17. 

U 

Underwood, 35,68,96, 181, 185, 
369, 400, 46 r, 576. 

Union Springs, N. Y., 497. 

Unitarian Church, Prov., 172. 

United States, 383, 412. 

United States Army, 65, 78, 97, 
140, i6i, 238, 252, 273, 302, 
30S, m, 35', 354. 370, 371, 
395, 421, 434, 459. 467. 473. 
482, 485, 496, 502, 509, 529, 
568, 574. 



United States Artillery, 444, 

473- 
United States Attorney for 

Mass., 102, 495. 
United States Branch Bank, 343. 
United States Consul, 244, 250, 

273. 274. 
United States Consul to Lisbon, 

402. 
United States Corps of Engi- 
neers, 67, 86, 126, 140, 294, 

429, 464. 
United States Gazette, 130. 
United States, Herald of the, 

197, 548. 
United States Infantry, 172, 

534- 
United States Lieut, of Artillery, 

99. 126. 
United States Marine Corps, 

397- 
United States Marine Hospital, 

397- 
United States Navy, 23, 35, 65, 

69. 84, 103, lis, '21, 125, 
156, 186, 187, 215. 216, 221, 
224, 241, 242, 244, 250, 270, 

277. 3". 343. 346. 352, 354. 
374. 389, 401, 402, 408, 411, 
416, 421, 441, 451, 457, 481, 

496, 535. 545. 570. 593- 
United States Navyyard, 241. 
United States, President of, 321, 

493- 
United States Regiment of 

Light Artillery, 273, 525. 
United States 2nd Infantry, 401. 
United States Senate, 310, 388. 
United States Senator, 409, 557. 
United States Senator from 111., 

92, 485. 
United States Senator from 

N. Y.. 143. 
United States Senator from 

R. I., 244, 250. 
United States Ship President, 

392. 
United States Topographical 

Eng., 216, 417, 571, 577- 



United States, Vice President of, 

289. 
Universalist Church, 250, 253, 

. 537. 587- 
Universalist Ch., Prov., 411. 
Updike, 109, 268. 
Upfold, 226. 
Upper Canada, N. P., R. I., 386, 

4or. 
Upton, 476. 
Upton, Mass., 508. 
Uptram, 156. 
Usher, 282, 319, 336. 
Utica, N. Y., 94, 194, 268, 288, 

306, 353, 387, 487, 496, 497. 
Utley, 350. 

U.xbridge, Mass., 29, 35, 56, 57, 
58, 71, 74, 123, 133, 146, 
162, 166, 171, 180, 181, 223, 

307, 309, 326, 346, 358, 366, 
367. 370, 373. m, 435. 440, 
441. 445. 466, 469. 470. 



Vache, 226. 

Valentine, 480. 

Vallett, 365. 

Valley Falls, 28, 30, 61, 92, 105, 
122, 137, 168, 176, 183, 189, 
217, 218, 222, 224, 251, 265, 
278, 296, 305, 340, 341, 348, 
398, 399, 405, 4(8,419,444, 
460, 515, 528, 535, 537, 549, 
550, 552, 580. 

Valparaiso, S. A., 374. 

VanAlstine, 437. 

VanBueran, 460. 

VanCote, 354. 

VanDoorn, 324, 596. 

VanDoran, 219, 382, 402, 514. 

Vandorne, 324. 

Van Ham, 163. 

VanNess, 152, 594. 

VanSantvard, 82. 

Vantassell, 483. 

VanVleck, 219, 438, 495, 523, 
567. 

VanZandt, 202. 

Varnum, 517. 



LXVI 



Vars, 190. 

Vaton, 484. 

Vaughan, 109, 128, 166, 230, 

247. 
Veale, 457, 508. 
Veazie, 499. 

Venerable Arch Deacon, 229. 
Venniman, 199. 
Verely, 545. 
Vermont, 36, 285, 288, 352, 495, 

538. 
Vermont Uni., 467. 
Vernon, 106, 112, 162, 244, 293, 

424, 464, 473, 503, 522, 546. 
Vernon, Ct., 436. 
Verry, 76. 
Viall, 115, 322. 
Vice Admiral, 347. 
Vice Chaplain, 225, 268. 
Vice Constable of France, 97, 

269. 
Vice President of United States, 

289, 308. 
Vickerman, 126. 
Vickery, 239. 
Victualler, 173. 
Vienna, A us., 483, 506. 
Vienna, N Y., 157, 479. 
Vinal Haven, Me., 299, 552. 
Vincennes, Dist. of, 274, 404. 
Vinnecome, 471, 476. 
Vinson, 482, 526. 
Vinton, 19, 140, 259, 333, 529. 
Virgin, 139, 310, 332, 505. 
Virginia, 68, 102, 113, 124,213, 

296, 316, 325, 328, 346, 412, 

468, 477, 525, 5S6. 
Virginia, Lieut. Gov. of, 361, 

485. 
Virtue, 394. 

Viscountess of Andover, 269. 
Volk, 415. 

Voluntovvn, Ct., 41, 511, 561. 
VonKerffell, 429. 
Vorse, 405, 416. 
Vose, 363, 501, 507. 

W 

Waddle, 197. 

Wade, 33, 86, 154, 155, 194, 346, 
348, 47 J ■ 



Wadsworth, 242, 498. 
Wagg,3i8. 
Wagner, 217. 
Wahlfarhrt, 594. 
Wainright, 85, 443. 
Waite, 177, 199, 296, 575. 
Wakefield, 75, 134, 213,450,527. 
Walcott, 55, 183, 436, 554, 573. 
Walcott, Ct., 1 19. 
Walden, 36, 354, 360. 
Walden, N. Y., 136, 162. 
Waldo, 32, 115, 238, 304. 
Waldoboro, Me., 374, 417. 
Waldron, 49, 144, 157, 248, 372, 

373. 450, 534, 548, 585. 
Wales, 194, 196. 
Walford, 399, 456. 
Walker, 85. loi, 103, 226, 234, 

247, 300, 328, 346, 348, 349, 

370, 385. 396, 438, 442, 446, 

454. 457. 470, 484. 497. 512, 

529. 53'. 533. 536, 558, 563. 

564, 571. 575. 595, 597- 
Wall, 138. 

Wallace, 172, 194, 196, 283. 
Wallach, 224. 

Wallen, 61, 283, 334, 374, 499. 
Walles, 515. 
Wallingford, Ct., 130, 250, 271, 

479.498,521. ....L^ 

Wallis, 161. "-'''r'"^ 

Walpole, Mass., 34, 37, 96, 120, 

131, 224, 270, 279, 338, 379, 

423, 424, 447, 556. 
Walpole, N. H., 33, 284, 318. 
Walpole, N. Y., 254. 
Walsh, 373. 
Waltby, 446. 
Walter, 224. 
Waltham, Mass., 41, 94, 122, 

413,464, 528, 567. 
Walton, 367, 487. 
Wang, 321. 
Ward, 109, 155, 235, 363, 422, 

480, 481, 504, 513, 533, 595. 
Ward, Mass., 69. 
Wardlow, 208. 
Wardsboro, Vt., 429. 
Wardwell, 119, 186, 196, 256, 

332, 447. 504, 521, 540. 



INDEX 



Ware, 147, 194, 216, 391, 445, 

479, 489. 516, 551. 581, 585- 
Ware, Mass., 129, 147, 153,496. 
Ware, N. H., 216, 420, 510. 
Wareham, Mass., 150, 151,278, 

366, 484. 
Warham, 394, 478. 
Warne, 7^, 146, 148, 192, 211, 

476, 479, 576. 
Warner, 46, 91, 130, 174, 176. 

209, 251, 282, 283, 302, 325, 

331. 332, 345, 35'. 380,424. 

430, 452, 461, 464. 500, 514, 

521, 590. 
War, Pontiac, 481. 
War, the Revolution, 69, 372. 
War, Secretary of, 273, 432. 
Warren, 73, 118, 138, 143, 147, 

157, 185, 198,221,236,246, 

271, 283, 307, 311, 344, 414. 
Warren Co., Ga., 194, 361, 545, 

599 
Warren Co., N. C, 272. 
Warren, Penn., 52, 178, 195, 404, 

485. 
Warren, R. I., 23, 32, 33, 39, 40, 

43, 44. 53, 59, 70, 7', 74-77, 
82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 92, 93, 94, 
99, 103, 105, 1 10, I ir. 112, 
114, 116, 1 17, 1 18, 120, 124, 
131, 132, t34, 137, 138, 139, 
143, 146, 147, 148, 152, 154, 
155, 157, '58, 163, 169, 170, 
171, 174, 175, 179, 183, 184, 
185, 186, 195, 197, 198, 199, 
200, 201, 202, 209, 214, 215, 
216, 220, 229, 233, 235, 236, 
238, 251, 254, 255, 262, 265, 
266, 270, 281, 294, 304, 306, 
315, 316, 322, 323, 330, ^12,, 
339, 340, 341, 345, 356, 362, 
370, 372, 373, 382, 387, 391, 
393, 397, 398, 399, 407. 410, 
418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 426, 
430, 439, 440, 444, 445, 451, 
453, 454, 455. 456, 457. 460, 
463, 466, 471,472, 473. 474. 
475, 476. 477,478, 480, 481, 
484, 490, 49r, 496, 503, 504, 
506, 511, 514, 524, 534, 535, 



Warren, R. I., — Continued. 

547. 548, 549. 550. 557. 569. 
581, 583, 585, 592, 593, 594, 
596. 

Warren, R. I., Academy, 481, 
569. 

Warren, R. I., Bank, 32, 183, 
221. 

Warriner, 327. 

Warring, 328. 

Warseley, 149. 

Warwick, R. I., 28, 31, 34, 36, 
38, 41, 42, 46, 48, 49, 53, 54, 
55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 
64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 78, 
82, 87, 89, 90, 91, 94, 95, 96, 
97, 105, 109, 115, 119, 123, 
124, 125, 127, 128, 129, 132, 
133, 140, 143, 145, 146, i5r, 
154, 156, 159, 162, 163, 165, 
170, 172, 173, 175, 176, 180, 
181, 182, 185, 187, 188, 189. 
19 •, '93. '97, '98, 200, 203, 
205, 206, 209, 214. 224, 225, 
233, 235, 242, 254, 257, 260, 
265, 267, 269, 272, 285, 286, 
287, 292, 297, 302, 304, 306, 
307, 316, 319, 325, 326, 327, 
328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 
334, 342, 344, 348, 349, 350, 
35'. 355, 356, 358, 360, 362, 
367. 368, 370, 371, 375. 376, 
379, 380. 385, 390, 392, 393, 
394, 404, 405,407, 408, 411, 
412, 417, 418, 423, 425, 427, 
428, 429, 430. 439, 440, 443, 
444, 449, 450,451, 453. 458, 
461, 462, 463, 465, 469, 472, 
477, 479, 497, 500, 501, 508, 
513, 517, 522, 525, 526, 531, 
542, 548, 550, 552, 553. 556, 
558, 559, 560, 561, 563, 565. 
577. 578. 579. 580, 581, 582, 
584, 585, 586, 589, 591, 597. 

Washburn, 64, 83, 418, 425, 438, 
442, 517, 528, 543. 

Washington, 19, 441. 

Washington Bank, 291, 544. 

Washington Co., Md., 195, 577, 
583. 592. 



INDEX 



Washington Co., N. C, 459. 

Washington Co., R. I , 98. 

Washington, D. C, 69, 70, 124, 
129, 152, 155, 241, 242, 274, 
288, 295, 321, 335, 346, 382, 
388, 392, 409, 416, 423, 426, 
440, 441,457, 459. 465. 473- 
476, 485, 493, 542, 557, 588. 

Washington, Miss., 286. 

Washington Register, 509, 579. 

Watch Hill Point, R. I., 247, 507. 

Waterford, Ct., 182, 214. 

Waterford, Mass., 550. 

Waterford, N. Y., 107, 193, 372, 
424. 

Waterloo, N. Y., 29, 35, 92, 421, 

495- 
Watertown, Ct., 566, 567. 
Watertown, Mass., 123, 130, 234, 

293. 588. 

Waterman, 29, 30, 31, 34, 38, 44, 

58, 84, 86, 91, lis, I '6, 130, 

132, 139, 140, 141, 145, 158, 

159, '67, 177. 181, 188, 195, 

211, 233, 237, 260, 263, 280, 

284, 288, 330, 333, 348, 351, 

353, 367. 428, 429. 468, 485. 

492, 494, 507, 511, 517, 520, 

550. 556, 557, 570, 582, 587, 
588. 

Waters, 134, 489. 

Watrous, 374. 

Watson, 27, 34, 45, 50, 59, 62, 

65, 98, 114, 142, 143, 163, 

172, 181,206, 223, 259, 262, 

294, 321, 340, 390, 434, 438, 
467,469,476, 512, 565. 

Watts, 564 

Wayland, 62, 81, 139, 181, 250, 

260, 558, 1:64. 
Wayne, N Y., 106, 476. 
Weare, Mass., 302, 573. 
Weatherbe, 328, 369. 
Weatherhead, 41, 73, 78, 164, 

322. 
Weaver, 39, 136, 148, 156, 199, 

201, 213. 340, 3to, 410, 421, 

423, 503. 507, 511, 515, 575, 

577- 



Webb, 39, 41, 50, 61, 70, TJ, 
109, 134, 158, 163, 171, 176, 
189, 196, 201, 209, 214, 215, 
218, 23s, 242, 261, 285, 286, 
305, 3n, 320, 323, 328, 330, 
392, 405, 416, 438, 445, 502, 
516, 533, 544, 545, 553. 

Webber, 257, 296. 570. 

Webster, 194, 195, 293, 486,493, 

497 

Weed. 285. 

Weeden, 32, 83, in, 127, 172, 
203, 205, 214, 217, 276, 293, 
296, 305, 342, 403. 423, 458, 
495.499. 5 '5. 547. 561, 569. 
579- 

Weekes, 298, 387, 406. 451. 

Weekly Messenger, 273, 340. 

Welch, 137, 155, 199, 202, 207, 
573, 596. 

Weld, 42, 383, 394. 

Wellington, 528, 588. 

Wellington, Mass., 49, 50, 53, 
64, 65, 66, 71, 84, 103, 126, 
128, 135, 144, 157, 175, 213, 
217, 233, 293, 315, 317, 340, 
356, 357, 358, 369. 420, 431. 
455. 47', 473. 5i2, 517, 534, 
575. 586. 594. 595- 

Well man, 167, 198. 

Wells, 42, 67, 1 18, 162, 327, 379, 

430, 44'. 444. 453. 544. 555- 
Welsh, 23, 117, 140, 179, 236, 

294, 340, 387, 435, 440, 475, 

556, 557. 559- 
Welton, 566. 
Wertemburg, Ger., 108. 
Wertemburg, King, 173, 182, 

298, 507. 
Wertemburg, Princess of, 173, 

507. 
Wesleyan Seminary, 256. 
Wesson. 
West, 41. 
West Barnstable, Mass., 386, 

544- 
Westboro, Mass., 93, 129, 561. 
West Boyleston, Mass., 129, 130, 

131, 206. 
Westbrook, Mass., 312, 496. 



Westcott, 27, 44, 45, 46, 57, 58, 
59, 64, 88, 98, 100, 115, 116, 
133, 146, 165, 188, 198, 229, 
237, 261, 264, 277, 279, 280, 
287, 308, 309. 316. 322, 331. 
332, 346, 349, 350, 354. 359. 
3(^3' 365, 3«o, 389, 397. 428, 
4(1, 442, 443, 444, 445, 454, 
455, 461, 478, 492, 522, 544, 
548, 559. 560, 568, 569, 579, 
580, 582. 591, 595. 598. 

Westerly, N. Y, 408. 

Westerly, R. I , 32, 67, 99, 106, 
139, 143, 149, 163, i6g, 179, 
181, 182, 222, 223, 224, 247, 
249, 294, 30s, 307, 341. 362, 
371, 432, 445-480, 507, 517. 
535. 543. 544. 55«. 590. 

Westgate, 172, 324, 334 

West Greenwich, R. I., 70, 104. 
108, 169, 318, 3S3, 385, 387, 
402. 42.S, 459, 463, 479. 4to, 
481, 550. 559. 561. 

West ham Ch., Eng , 249. 

Westminster Ch.. Prov., 314, 

393- 
Westminster St., Prov., 19. 
Weston, 1 19, 506. 
Weston, Miss., 191, 355, 394. 

463, 494.498. 534. 54'. 552. 

576, 586 
Westphaha, King of 173 507. 
Westport, Mass., 35, 39 129. 

141, 142, 217, 219. 265. 266, 

309. 310, 334, 557> 362, 371. 

3^7' 43'. 435- 
West .Sprini(field, M.iss , 435, 

516,' 523 
West St()ci<briclge, N. H , 336, 

342- 

Wethby. 61, 184, 434, 474 

Wetherell, 71. 

Wetheringt'Hi, i iS. 

Wetmore, 224. 

Weymouth, Mass., 452. 

Wheat, 448 

Wheatley, 285. 

Whe.itnn, 23, 40. 48, 67, 70, 78, 
106, III, 125. 1 40, 147, I 50, 
154. 166, 168. 172, 179, 182, 



Wheaton, — Continued. 

201, 202, 216, 218, 222, 253, 
266, 271, 273, 275, 293,294, 
304, 305, 311, 343, 345, 346, 
362, 381, 382, 396, 401, 429, 
434, 444, 454, 456, 457, 461, 
464, 466, 476, 484, 490, 494, 
503, 510, 520, 525. 5i3, 534. 
538, 543, 562, 566. 570. 571, 
575. 582, 588, 596. 

Wheeler, 19, 20, 26, 35, 58, ■ 10, 
128, 235, 241, 292, 302, 303, 
311, 312, 347, 362, 365, 382, 
390, 397, 422, 452, 455, 465, 
505, 519, 522, 552, 555. 585, 
588. 

Wheel Fair, Champion of the, 
122. 

Wheelock. 37, 40, 191, 217, 237, 
298, 467. 

Wheklon, 315, 406. 

Whig, Richmond, Va., 477, 556. 

Whippey, 248. 

Whipple, 24, 30, 33, 42, 44, 45, 
56. 58, 59. 74. 75. 76, 77, 86, 
97, 100, 114, 131, 139, 155, 
156, 162, 170, 188, 190, 210, 
220, 222. 231, 245. 277, 296, 
2q7, 301, 3^7.373, 382, 383. 
405, 408, 409. 419. 420. 424, 
4S3. 435. 439. 443. 461, 466, 
476. 515. 518, 554. 569. 

Whitaker, 42. 152, 179, 239, 26r, 
288, 301,429- 

Whitcomb, 587 

White, 35, 42, 46, 51, 59. 60. 92, 
117. 118. 120. 122, 126. 130 
137, 140, 152, 161, 162. 199, 
220, 237. 243. 244, 279. 297. 

V2, 318, 323, 326, 338. 353. 

384. 406. 413. 427. 435. 439. 
441, 467, 478. 488, 489, 498, 
':o4. i;o8, 510, 526. 534. 545. 
548, 557. 586. 
White'ihoro, N. Y,, 107. 193. 483, 

496, 497 
Wliitestown, N. Y., 98. 
Whithorn, 86. 502. 
Whitfield, 108. 



Whitford, 38, 75, 410, 415, 491, 

555- 
Whiting, 164, 180, 207, 233, 254, 

257, 286, 3' I. 320, 381, 389. 

393. 395. 408, 432. 
Whitman, 58, 69, 145, 200, 207, 

237, 238, 254, 319, 326, 357, 

385, 429,473,497, 516, 517, 

525, 539. 551, 563- 
Whitmarsh, 32, 33, 160, 260, 270. 
Whitmore, 63, 69, 106, 162, 216, 

218, 315, 390, 394. 434. 461. 
Whitney, 23, 33, ^^, 9'. 98, 395. 

440, 561, 572. 
Whitridge, 226, 452. 
Whittemore, 98, 99, 299, 434, 

574- 

Whitten, 325. 

Whittinghani, 351. 

Whittle, 352. 

Whittlesley, 242, 528. 

Wickford, R. I., 26, 69, 72, 85, 
89, 90, 109. 118, 150, 177, 
199, 206, 212, 229, 268, 296, 
302, 306, 320, 332. 347, 358, 
369. 370, 461, 478, 50'. 5 '2, 
521, 524, 534, 540, 549. 57', 
579. 580. 

Wickhain, 582. 

Wickson, 46, 475. 

Wight, 28, 82, no, 112, 113, 
120, 153, 174. 199. 233, 244, 
248, 251, 254, 262, 278, 285, 
295. 301. 303. 308, 310, 312, 
341. 355. 386, 412, 421, 442, 
445, 447, 476,504, 505, 514. 
515. 537, 540, 551. 562, 585- 

Wightman, 171, 584. 

Wilbraham, Mass., 256. 

Wilbur, 32, 35, 53, 55, 64, 105, 
106, 127, 141, 156, 179, 193, 
225, 231, 240, 242, 259, 265, 
284, 295, 329, 333, 337, 343, 
354, 384, 422, 446, 456, 473, 
540, 549, 598. 

Wilcox, 79, 90, 99, 1 10, 142, 179, 
186, 209, 210, 231, 317, 337, 
384, 385, 388, 428,471,493, 
503, 560, 566. 



Wilde, 34, 227, 240, 301, 407, 
416, 554. 581. 

Wilder, 34, 35, iii, 189, 218, 
227, 253, 270, 297, 307, 320, 
338, 375- i^l' 396, 397, 458, 
479, 492, 525. 551, 582. 

Wiley, 27, 295, 540. 

Wilkey, 450^ 

Wilkinson, 29. 41, 45, 46, 121, 
245, 282, 317, 350, 384, 388, 
418, 427, 439, 460, 473, 486, 

514- 
Willard, 66, 143, 193, 233, 373, 

554- 
Willeston, 287, 295. 
Wilhams, 20, 35, 59, 60, 68, 71, 

72, 75, n^ 85,86, 93,94. 95. 

98, 99, 10 1, 103, 106, 108, 

119, 125, 126, 130, 132, 133, 

136, 139, 142, 147, 150, 167, 

169, 188, 200, 204, 217, 218, 

221, 224, 226, 227, 230, 234, 

2^7, 238, 239, 249, 260, 261, 

268, 271, 272, 277, 283, 284, 

290, 291, 292, 302, 305, 310, 

312, 3'5. 3'8, 322, 229, 339, 

341,344, 356, llh 379, 381, 

388, 402. 403,404, 412, 425, 

426, 431, 434,435, 440, 442, 

443, 448,451,454, 457, 467. 

469, 488, 489, 490. 500, 505, 

508, 511, 518, 519, 520, 522, 

529, 530, 536, 548, 549, 550, 

55', 556, 559, 564, 569, 570. 

575, 576, 585, 586, 589, 595, 
599- 

Williamsburg, 111 , 267. 

Williamson, 134, 342. 

Williamstown, Mass., 88. 

Williamsville, Mass., (44, 147. 

Wiilington, Ct., 119. 

Wilhs, 38, 122, 148, 216, 260, 376, 
434, 446, 498, 509- 

Wills, 123, 251. / 

Willoughby,;2i9f 423./ / >/ 

Wilmarth, 29, 158, 165, 179, 200, 
266, 275, 418, 459. 

Wilmington, Del., 182, 549. 

Wilmington, N. C, Si, 298, 346, 
449, 546, 565, 587, 



LXXI 



Wilson, 

33. 
42, 

55. 
68. 
90, 

lOI 

"5 
122 

•3'- 
i4r 

154, 
165, 
^17^ 
184, 
196, 
208, 
218, 
226, 

235. 
242, 
252, 
260, 
267, 
276, 
282, 
288, 
300, 
312, 
322, 
333. 
342. 
350, 
359. 
366, 
372, 
381, 
393. 
403. 
413- 
425. 
439. 
448, 
458, 
4^5. 
473. 
482, 
490, 
S03. 
520, 



23, 24, 25, 
35. 36, 17, 
43. 44. 47. 
57, 58. 60. 
70. 75. 78, 
91. 93. 94. 
, 104, 106, 

1 17, 1 18, 
, 123, 125, 

'32, 133. 

142, 145, 

158. 159. 
168, 169. 
178, 179, 
187, 189, 
197, 198, 
210. 211, 
219, 220, 
228, 229, 
236, 237, 
246. 247, 
254, 256, 
262, 263, 
268, 269, 
277. 278, 
283, 284, 
290, 291, 
302, 308, 
1^1-1^7, 
324. 327. 
334. 335, 
344. 345, 
35', 352, 
361. 362, 
367, 368. 
171,- 375, 
I'il, 387. 
394. 396, 
405, 407, 
4'7. 418. 
427. 429, 
440. 44 1. 
449, 45'. 
459, 460, 
466. 468, 

474. 477, 
484, 485, 

49'. 493. 
505. 508, 
523, 524. 



'74 
'83 



26, 28, 29. 31 
38, 39. 40, 4' 
49, 52, 53, 54 
62, C4, 66, 67 
79, 80, 84, 87 
95, 96, 97. 98 
107, rii, 112 
119, 120, 121 
126, 128, 129 
134, 136, 139 

147. '5', '52 
100, 162, 164 
'70. 171, 
180, 181, 
190, 191, 192 
202, 206, 207 
213. 214, 215 
221, 222, 225 
230. 233. 234 
238, 240, 241 
248, 249, 251 
257, 258. 259, 
264, 265, 266 
272, 273, 274 
279, 280. 281 
285, 286, 287 
292, 296, 298 
309, 3'0. 3' I 
319. 320. 321 
329. UK 332 
336. 340. 341 
347, 348. 349 
353, 354.358: 
363, 364, 365 

369. 370. n\ 
17b, 379, ^80 
389, 390, 391 

400. 401, 402 
410, 411, 412 
4 9, 420, 421 
430. 433. 437 
442, 444. 445 
452. 454, 457 
461. 463, 464 
469. 471. 472 
478, 479, 4^0. 
486, 487. 488. 
494, 496, 502, 
509, 511, 512, 
525, 527, 529, 



Wilson, — Continued 

53'. 532, 533, 534, 535. 536; 
539. 540, 542, 543. 544, 546, 
547. 548. 550. 55'. 553. 554 
556. 557. 558. 559. 561. 562 
563, 564, 565. 567. 568, 569 
57'. 572, 573. 577.578, 580, 
581, 585, 586, 587, 588, 589 
596, 598. 

Winchester, 300 

Winchester, N. Y., 243, 430. 

Winchiet, 5X5 

Wind, 418, 419. 

Windham, Ct,, 62, 66, 276, 284, 

3". 390, 544- 
Windham, Mass., 496. 
Wines, 26 
Wing, 185, 194, 243. 319, 355, 

420, 521. 597. 
Wingfield, 4i;7. 
VVinkley, 5 10 
Wmkwmth. 427. 
Winman, 485. 
Winship. 3<S 
Winslovv. 8;, 124. 167,299,317, 

324. 378, 451, 470 556. 
Winslow, Me., 172, i88. 
Winsnr. 30. 100, 116, 127. 136, 

203. 282. 292, 327, 350 385, 

395, 306, 405. 440. 441, 442, 

445, 464, 478, 495- 5-'6. 579. 

581. 
Winsnr, Ct , 452 
Wiiisor, N, Y . 382 
Winsor. Vt , 284. 401, 547 
Winterbnttom. 346 
Winthrop. 244. 
Winthrop, Me , 420. 
Witter, 93. 94 



W 



?87, 



COtt, 166, 247. 248, 
330- 

Wolcott. Ct., 556. 566 

Wond 31, 38. 4'. 47- 61, 92. 93. 
100. 123, 143. 176. 182, 183, 
198, 259. 262, 269, 313. 354, 
.'69, 373. 393. 4 '2. 425. 429. 
441. 442 506, 508. 53S, 591, 
596. 

WoDdard, 550 

Wnodbridge. 250 



Woodburn, 404. 

Woudb iry, 125, 316. 

Woodbury, Ct., 393. 

Woodcock, 276. 

Woodley, 252, 285, 367, 460, 556. 

Woodman, 129, 324, 438. 

Woodnurse, 598. 

Woods, 36. 

Woodstock, Ct., 35, 51, 52, 68, 
96, 121, 131, 13s, 146, 147. 
170, 178, 179, 181, 227, 236, 
251, 254, 263, 289, 307, 314, 
376, 409.430. 44'. 453. 458, 
470, 477. 496, 521. 523. 526, 

535. 543- 

Woodstock, Vt., 55. 

Woodward, 43, 66, 83, 105, 187, 
212, 231, 325, 427, 431, 446, 
454. 550, 592. 

Woodwortli, 310, 576. 

WooUey, 289. 

Woolsey, 65. 

Woolwich, Eng., 407. 

Woolwich, Me., 155. 

Woonsocket, R. I., 29, 210, 358, 
381. 

Woonsocket Falls, 288. 

Wooster, 249, 316. 

Wooster, O., 526. 

Worcester, Mass., 45, 94, 96, 
102, 103, 125, 129, 139, 206, 
211, 222, 230, 263, 269, 306, 
3i2< 392. 396,407.411. 426, 
434, 440, 445. 452, 487. 497. 
531, 558, 568, 593. 594- 

Worcester, Mass., Spy, 202, 
262. 

Works, 373. 

Worth, 255. 

Worthy, 263 

Worthington, 270. 

Worlhington, Ohio, 323. 

Wrenthaiii, Mass., 28, 75, 76, 84, 
86, 93, 102, 103, 138, 146, 
157, 164, 165, 169, 183, 188, 
192, 193, 194, 195, 204, 208, 



Wrentham, Mass., — Continued. 

274. 27s. 277. 
292, 294, 296, 

359. 374. 375. 
413, 468, 488, 

536, 544. 556. 



209, 213, 227: 
286, 287, 290, 
322, 349. 356 

403, 404, 412, 
491, 508, 516, 

557- 

Wright, 40, 83, 97, 
126, 127, 158, 
219, 232, 264, 
332. 343. 361, 
427. 430,43";, 
536. 537. 573. 
587. 598. 

Writer, Dramatic, 

Wyatt, 49, 50, 331 

Wyer, 194. 

Wyman, 138, 563. 

Wyndown, 484. 



, 103, III, 115, 
169, 176, 210, 
295. 3 '3. 324, 
372, 391, 397, 
478, 479. 504. 
583, 584, 586, 

429. 
.371, 540. 



X 



Ximeno, 405. 



Yagerstown, Penn., 348. 

Yarmouth, Eng., loi, 493. 

Yarmouth, Mass., 90, 343. 

Yates, 63, 99, 598. 

Yayden, 105. 

Yeamans, 562. 

Yerrington, 120, 128. 

Yonkers, N. Y., 293, 537. 

Yorkshire, Eng., 243, 325. 

Young, 24, 25, 46, 47, 49. 70. 72, 
107, 117, 122, 151, 159, 160, 
167, 174, 176, 197, 202, 311, 
33'. 336. 366, 389. 393. 412, 
413, 416, 427. 451. 469. 475. 
480, 532, 561, 591, 592. 

Younglove, 325. 



Zion's Church, N. Y., 305, 546. 



The 
Providence Phenix, 

Providence Patriot and 
Columbian Phenix 



MARRIAGES 



The Providence Phenix, Providence Pa- 
triot and Columbian Phenix. 



Vol. I, No. I, of the Providence Pheni.x was issued Tuesday, 
May II, 1802, and the terms were $1.50 per annum. It was 
first printed by W. W. Dunham for T. A. Foster and W. W.Jiun- 
ham at Printing House Office opposite Hon, Theodore Foster's 
house, Westminster street. 

On July 20, 1802, this extract from the works of Washing, 
ton is placed beneath the title : "In proportion as the structure of 
government gives force to public opinion it is essential that the 
public opinion should be enlightened." On Nov. 20, 1802, the 
publication day was changed to Saturday. Nov. 5, 1803, the quo- 
tation was dropped and the following was substituted : " Published 
by William W. Dunham opposite the Market House, Providence." 
Theodore A. Foster withdrew May 21, 1803, and Mr. Dunham 
then became sole owner. 

Commencing Wednesday, July 18, 1804, the paper was printed 
and published by William Olney. Sept. 15 the publication day 
was changed back again to Saturday, when the announcement was 
made that a new font of type was to be used. This number has 
for title page the words " Providence Pheni.x " in plain letters, the 
bird phenix arising from the fire (which has hitherto been a promi- 
nent feature of the title page) being dropped. 

Oct. 12, 1805, the announcement is made that the office is re- 
moved to the chambers over D. Vinton's store, 7 Market Square 
Jan. 17, 1807, Jones & Wheeler (Josiah Jones, Bennett Wheeler) 
announce themselves as the proprietors of the paper. Feb. 28, 
1807, " Providence" is dropped from the title, and the words "The 
Phenix" substituted in a new style of letters. March 14 a wood 
cut showed these letters in white. 



20 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

Jan. i6, 1808, The Phenix has a new title, "The Columbian 
Phenix." March 11, 1809, the word "The" was dropped from the 
latter title. July 15, 1809, it is announced as published by Wheel- 
er, Jones & Co. This firm name appears but a few times, the name 
Jones & Wheeler continuing on each number as usual. The sub- 
title, "Columbian Phenix," was last used Jan. 12, i8u, and after- 
ward no title but "Providence Phenix," in large letters and date in 
line following. Sept. 7 the sub-title, ''The Patriot," is first used, 
the title having been from Jan. 19 "Columbian Phenix or Provi- 
dence Patriot." 

May 2, 1812, the paper is dressed in mourning in memory of 
the Vice President, George Clinton, who died at Washington April 
20. May 3, 1813, a wood cut on *he title page represented an eagle 
with shield in front and arrows in claws, with sunrise in the back- 
ground. 

Jan. 15, 1814, with the beginning of Volume XII the title of 
the paper is again changed. It now reads "Providence Patriot and 
Columbian Phenix" instead of as before "Columbian Phenix and 
Providence Patriot." 

Jan. 2, 1819, the paper became a semi-weekly, being published 
Wednesday and Saturday. The former price of ;^2.oo was changed 
to $3.50, and the title became "Providence Patriot'' in large letters 
and "Columbian Phenix" in small letters. The firm name now 
was Jones, Wheeler and Cranston (Barzillai Cranston being added). 
Mr. Cranston continued in the firm one year only, when Jones and 
Wheeler continued it until May, 1823. The paper before Mr. Crans- 
ton was announced from April 17, 1819, as being published by J. 
Jones & Co., Printers to the State, 7 Market Square. 

Eaton W. Maxcy succeeded Mr. Wheeler but a year after 
transferred it to William Simons, the firm continuing as Jones & 
Simons until Nov., 1829, when Mr. Jones published as Agent. 
Mr, Simons retired. James O. Rockwell was editor from Nov. 1 1 , 
1829, until his death, June 7, 1831. June 9, 1832, it again became 
a weekly and so continued until its last issue, Dec. 29, 1832. 

In politics it was Democratic. It was well edited and printed, 
being the first Democratic newspaper in the town of Providence. 
As first stated, it was first printed forT. A. Foster & Co., by W. W. 
Dunham. From Dec. 18, 1802, tor a while it was printed by Sam- 
uel J. Williams. When it was first published it was 5i-S0 per an- 
num, but when William Olney took charge it was raised to S2.00. 
J. Jones & Co., printers to the State, continued as proprietors un- 
til Eaton W. Maxcy succeeded Mr. Wheeler when the firm name 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 21 

changed May 12, 1824, to Jones & Maxcy, and May 11, 1825, it 
again changed to Jones & Simons which co-partnership continued 
as above stated until Nov. 7, 1829, when Mr. Jones continued as 
agent. 

In the last number, Dec. 29, 1832, he announces that his son 
Cornelius S. Jones, will be editor and proprietor, and that the 
paper will have a new dress and be otherwise improved. This did 
not materialize however and no paper succeeded. 

Of all these papers we have seen all the numbers issued e.xcept 
those for April 29 and Sept. 22, 1804, Jan. 24, 1829, Nov. 12, 1831, 
Jan. 25 and June 2, 1832. This file is in the possession of the 
Rhode Island Historical Society, whence these extracts and the 
matter published in this volume have been gleaned. 



MARRIAGES 



ABBEY George, of Belchertovvn, and Hannah 
Gay, at Dedham, by Rev. E. Burgess. 
Patriot of May 17, 1831 

ABBOTT Experience, of Providence, and Dea. 
Thomas Grow, of Pomfret, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, March 12, 1820 

Clarissa, of Andover, and Rev. Ebenezer 
Poore, Pastor of 2d Christian Church, 
Beverly, at Andover. Patriot of March 23, 1825 

Lieut. Joel, U. S. Navy, and Laura Wheaton, 
daughter of late Charles, of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Nov. 28, 1825 

Sabrina C. and Nathaniel ¥. Potter, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, June 24, 1829 

ABELL Rebecca, of Rehoboth, and David 
Atherton, of Attleboro, at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Thompson, Feb. 7, 181 3 

Elizabeth, of Seekonk, and Ira Carpenter, of 
Sturbridge, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man, Dec. 29, i8i6 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Caleb, of Seekonk, 
and Samuel VVheato n, of Rehoboth, at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, May 2, 18 19 

Capt. Daniel Hodges, of Seekonk, and Mary 
Allen, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson. Patriot of May 17, 1823 

Nancy, daughter of Capt. Caleb, of Seekonk, 
and Benajah Allen, of Rehoboth, at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Nov. 7, 1824 

Robert and Alseneth Staples, of and at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Huntington, May 19, 1825 

ABORN James and Mary Whitney, at Pawtuxet, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phenix of April 21, 1810 

Mary Ann, daughter of John A., Esq., of 
Pavvtu.xet, and George Holroyd, of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Nov. 21, 181 1 

Hannah G., daughter of Samuel, Esq., and 
Charles L. Bowler, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, • May 4, 181 3 



24 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ABORN Maria, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and 

Henry Jacobs, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 4, 18 13 

Phebe, only daughter of Benjamin, and 

Philip Allen, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Pheni.x of Jan. 8, 1814 

Daniel Tillinghast and Eliza Rogers Young, 

daughter of John, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 16, 1816 
Urania T., eldest daughter of Capt. Jona- 
than, and Thomas Sheldon, both of and at 

Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Nov. 7, 1816 

Patience R., daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and 

Samuel E. Gardiner, Jr., both of and at 

Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Preston. Pheni.x 

of July II, 1818 

Caroline C, eldest daughter of late Edward, 

and Simon H. Greene, March 13, 1822 

Eliza R., only daughter of Joseph, and Col. 

Sion A. Rhodes, both of and at Pawtu.xet, 

by Rev. Mr. Curtis, April 4, 1820 

Mary B., daughter of Capt. Lowry, and 

Randall H. Greene, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 30, 1820 
Ann Louisa, daughter of Capt. Lowry, and 

Christopher V. Spencer, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, May i, 1820 

Harriet A., eldest daughter of James, and 

A. J. Rhodes, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, June 17, 1823 

Joseph R., formerly of Providence, and Sarah 

W. Frith, of and at Savannah, by Rev. 

Mr. Snodgrass. Patriot of June 19, 1822 

Mary E., daughter of late Capt. Jonathan, 

and Dr. George W. Tyler, at Pawtu.xet, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 3, 1822 

James and Sally Whipple, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 20, 1822 

Capt. William H. and Harriet A. Reming- 
ton, daughter of late Capt. Charles, of and 

at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Jan. 27, 1825 

Capt. Lowry, Jr., and Julia Ann Manchester, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 19, 1825 

Rebecca W., daughter of late Capt. Jonathan, 

and Capt. Pardon Sheldon, at Pawtu.xet, 

by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 11, 1825 

Col. John and Mrs. Phebe Greene, both of 

and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, March r, 1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 25 

ABORN Sally R., daughter of Thomas, formerly 
of Providence, and Charles S. Henry, Esq., 
attorney at law, of and at Savannah, Ga., May 31, 1827 

Major John Waterman and Celinda Harris 
Barton, daughter of David, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, June 13, 1827 

Sarah Ann, daughter of late Edward, and 
Amory Chapin, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 13, 1827 

Susan P., daughter of late Edward, of Prov- 
idence, and Richard W. Jackson, of Phila- 
delphia, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Oct. I, 1827 

Eliza Greene and Gen. George L. Barnes, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley ; she was 
the daughter of James Greene, April 21, 1831 

ADDISON Thomas, of Providence, and Sarah 
W. Curtis, of and at New York, by Rev. 
Dr. Minor, May 11, 18 19 

Benjamin, of Providence, and Louisa Clarke, 
of and at Holliston. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1823 

ADALAIDE now Queen of Sa.xe-Miningen ; 
born Aug. 13. 1792, married William IV, 
King of Great Britain, born Aug. 21, 1765; 
July II, i8i8. See Patriot of Aug. 14, 1S30 

ADAM Rev. John, of Killingly, Ct., and Mrs. 

Esther Jones, of and at Foster, Sept. 5, 1825 

ADAMS John, son of John and Susanna 
(Boyleston; Adams, and Abigail Smith, 
daughter of William and Elizabeth 
(Quincy) Smith, Oct. 24, 1764 

Phebe and Philip Potter, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.v of April 22, 1809 

Abigail, of Boston, and William Young, at 

Newport. Phenix of Oct. 20, 1810 

Lowell and Lydia Gladding, daughter of late 
Timothy, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 28, 181 1 

Capt. Daniel, of Charlestown, Mass., and 
Cornelia Pearce, of Cranston, at Provi- 
dence. Pheni.x of Nov. 14, 1812 

Luther, of Killingly, Ct., and Mary Jenckes, 
of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Aug. 13, 1815 

Joseph, of Providence, and Hannah Bos- 
worth, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop 
Griswold, Aug. 17, 1818 

Edmund and Alice Lawton, daughter of 

Adam, at Portsmouth. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1820 



26 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ADAMS Rev. Jasper, professor in Brown Uni- 
versity, and Mercy D. Wheeler, of and at 
Medbury, Mass., May i6, 1820 

Barzillai S., of Fairhaven, and Lydia Potter, 
daughter of Restcome, of and at New- 
port. Patriot of April 11, 182 1 

Weston Bela, a tutor in Dartmouth College, 
and Harriet Wines, daughter of Rev. Abi- 
iah of Deer Isle, at Newburyport. Patriot 
of Sept. 8, 1 821 

Seth, Jr. and Harriet E. Fenner, youngest 
daughter of Capt. Arthur, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 26, 1823 

Rev. Jasper, Prof, of Natural Philosophy in 
Brown University, and Placidia Mayrant, 
daughter of William, PZsq., of Statesburgh, 
S. C, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 4, 1823 

Eliza and Adnah Sackett, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Pickering, May 2, 1824 

Catharine, of Catskill, N. Y., and Edwin 
Crosswell, Editor of Albany Argus, at 
Catskill. Patriot of Sept. 25, 1824 

Dorcas and James Ford, attorney at law, both 

of and at Fall River. Patriot of Sept. 25, 1824 

Seth, of Providence, and Susan Olney, daugh- 
ter of Elisha, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, Dec. 22, 1824 

Mrs. Susan, of Wickford, and Philip Tour- 
gee, of Newport, at Wickford, by Rev. 
William Northup, April 25, 1826 

Ann, 25, and Charles Parshall, 15, both of 

and at New York, Aug. 5, 1827 

Susan, eldest daughter of Seth, Esq., of 
Providence, and Dr. Joseph Greene, of 
Barnstable, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, May 16, 1828 

John, of Bristol, and Ann Boyd, of and at 

Portsmouth, April 12, 1829 

Charles, youngest son of ex-President Adams, 
and Abby Brooks, daughter of Hon. P. C, 
at Boston. Patriot of Sept. 9, 1829 

Lucy and Stephen Holroyd, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Prof. Caswell, Jan. 20, 1830 

Martha O. and William H. Drayton, at Bos- 
ton, Feb. 14, 1830 
ADIE Harriet, only daughter of Major Alexander, 
and Benjamin Dyer, Jr., at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 1822 

Julia Ann, of Providence, and George Carl- 
ton, of Bath, Me., at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano. Dec. 15, 1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 27 

AILMAN Benjamin H. and Clarrissa Bailey, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Oct. 24, 1819 

Susan, daughter of John, and Raymond Dur- 

fee, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, June 22, 1825 

James and Clarrissa Lockraine, both of and 

at Newport, Dec. 4, 182S 

James and Clarissa Lockraine, both of and 

at Newport. Patriot of Dec. 13, 1828 

John C. and Eliza Hopkins, daughter of Capt. 

Isaac, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Eddy, Jan. i, 1829 

AIKEN Mary Elizabeth, daughter of the late 

John, Esq., and John G. Brooks, editor of 

the Morning Currier, at New York. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 29, 1829 
AINSWORTH Luther and Mary VVestcott, 

both of Providence, at Harrington, by Rev. 

Mr. Watson, April 24, 1S15 

AIR Mrs. Rebecca Power, daughter of late Capt. 

Nicholas Power, and Joseph L. Tillinghast, 

Esq., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 5, 1815 

ALBEE Sally, of Providence, and George W. 

Hill, of Smithfield, at Providence. Patriot 

of Feb. 26, 1823 

Emory and Amey Carpenter, at Attleboro. 

Patriot of May 27, 1826 

ALBERTSON California H. and Benjamin 

Clarke, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Nov. 1 1, 1810 

William and Louisa Bellows, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 8, 1828 

Benjamin, editor of the Elizabeth City Star,. 

and Louisa Moore, daughter of Col. Henry, 

of Newport, at Elizabeth City, N. C, by 

Rev. Philip C. Wiley, June 6, 183 1 

ALBRO Benjamin and Eliza Standfield, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. Pheni.\ of Aug. 31, 1S02 

James and Mary Crandall, daughter of Capt. 

Joshua, at Newport. Pheni.x of Sept. 30, 1809 

Barbara, of Foster, and Simon Scott, of 

Cranston, at Foster, by Rev. Mr. Stone, Aug. 23, 1818 

Almy and Jeremiah Franklin, at Coventry, 

by Rev. Mr. Palmer. Patriot of June 9, 1819 

Sally, of Pawtucket, and Alfred Jenckes, of 

Holmesburg, Penn., at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict, Nov. 2, 1820 

Alice and Joseph S. Barker, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 10, 1821 
Susan and Benedict S. Barker, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of Jan. 10, 1821 



28 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALBRO William and Phebe Cooke, daughter of 

Daniel, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 

Pa-triot of Jan. lo, 1821 

Christopher and Hannah Barker, daughter of 

Esbon, at Portsmouth. Patriot of Dec. 26, 1821 

Peleg, of Portsmouth, and Eliza Manchester, 

daughter of late Samuel, of Middletown, 

at Newport. Patriot of March 30, 1822 

Hannah, daughter of Gideon, and William M. 

Almy, both of and at Portsmouth. Patriot 

of Feb. 25, 1824 

Rachel, of Coventry, and John Budlong, of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Henry Tatem, July 26, 1825 

James and Amey Ann B. Seamans, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, March 16, 1826 
Frances and William Southwick, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Gammell, April 23, 1826 

Job, of Foster, and Susan P. Babcock, of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1826 

Harriet and Edwin Barstow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Sept. 28, 1828 

Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen, and William 

Davis, both of and at South Kingstown, 

by Rev. Mr. Crandall, Nov. 23, 1828 

Joseph G. and Eliza Randall, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 31, 1828 

James, Jr., and Ann Spooner, daughter of 

Samuel, both of and at Newport, July 23, 1829 

ALDEN Cyrus, Esq., attorney at law, of Wren- 

tham, Mass., and Mary M. Jones, third 

daughter of Alexander, Esq., both of and 

at Providence, at St. John's Church, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 24, 1813 

Rev. Charles Henry, of Providence, and 

Alice B. Wight, daughter of Rev. Henry, 

of and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, June 11, 1825 
Almon S. and Plliza Carpenter, both of Cum- 
berland, at Valley Flails, Oct. 4, 1827 
ALDERSON Samuel and Lucy C. Barker, aged 

II yrs. 8 mo. Patriot of Oct. 4, 1826 

ADOLPHE Mademoiselle Cecelia, of M. God- 

eau's Company, and William Blanchard, at 

Providence, July 5, 1821 

ALDRICH Robert and Sarah Blackmar, at Glo- 

cester. Phenix of June 8, 1805 

Tullia and Flavell Patterson, of Northamp- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Phenix of Feb. 20, 1808 

Esther and Horatio G. Hudson, av Cranston. 

Phenix of Oct. i, 1808 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 29 

ALDRICH Abraham and Martha Martin, at 

Uxbridge. Phenix of Jan. 7, 1809 

Amey, daughter of Esek, and Stephen 
Waterman, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Feb. 4, 1810 

Asha C, only daughter of Elisha A., Esq., 
of Foster, and John A. Law, of Killingly, 
Ct., at Foster. Phenix of March 24, 1810 

Dr. Whipple, late of Providence, and Letitia 
Sherman, of and at St. Mary's, Ga. 
I'henix of Dec. 15, 1810 

Tillson and Sally Metcalf, daughter of 

Michael, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec, 30, 18 10 
Matilda, of F"oster, and Stephen Potter, of 

Scituate, at Foster. Phenix of June i, 181 1 

Rowena, daughter of Augustus, Esq., of 
Smithfield, and James Wilkinson, of Cum- 
berland, at Smithfield. Phenix of Nov. 13, 1813 
Desire, only daughter of Oliver, Esq., of 
Scituate, and Israel Anthony, of and at 
Foster, by Theodore Foster, Esq. Phenix 
of June 18, 1814 
Martha and Nathan Aldrich, both of and at 

Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson. Phenix of June 10, 1815 
Nathan and Martha Aldrich, both of and at 

Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson. Phenix of June 10, 1815 
Eliza Ann, daughter of Richard, and Major 
Richard Burlingame, Jr., at Glocester. Pa- 
triot of July I, 1820 
Hannah, eldest daughter of Col. Dexter 
Aldrich, and Capt. John Dexter, both of 
and at Smithfield. Patriot of Jan. 10, 1821 
Joanna B., daughter of Major Lyman, of 
Northbridge, Mass., and Stephen Ravvson, 
of Providence, at Northbridge, by Rev. 
Dr. Crane, Sept. 5, 1821 
Philadelphia, daughter of Moses, of Smith- 
field, and Willard Kendrich, of Waterloo, 
N. Y., at Smithfield, by Henry S. Mans- 
field, Esq. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1S21 
William and Sally Wilmarth, both of Cum- 
berland, at Woonsocket, Oct. 21, 1821 
Charlotte, of Northbridge, and Major Luther 

Jones, of Lancaster, at Northbridge, Sept. 4, 1822 

Nehemiah K. and Ann Marcy Arnold, 
youngest daughter of Col. John, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 22, 1822 

George S. and Patty Holmes, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 24, 1822 



QQ VITAL RECORU OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALDRICH Capt. Winsor and Anna Clarke 
daughter of late Samuel, both of and at 
Smithfield, by Judge Mann Dec 29, 1622 

Capt Winsor and Anna Clarke, daughter ot 

late Samuel, both of and at Smithfield, by ^^^^ 

Tudge Mann, ^ ,, ' ^' 

Julia Ann, of Smithf\eld, and Fanner Ballou, 

of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. ^^^ ^^^^ 

Pickering, ,. , u u 

Alvah of Smithfield, and Keziah Ballou, 

daughter of Ziba, of Cumberland, at I rov- 

idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickermg. Nov. 13, i^-5 

George and Alice Angell, both of and at 

Scituate. Patriot of -''* • ^' 

Hiram, of Seekonk, and Damanas Phillips, 

of and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Bene- ^^ ^^^^ 

diet, , , r r) ■ 

Eliza and Stephen Waterman, both of Provi- 

dence, at Mendon, , , ^ ^ ■'" ^ ^' ^ 

Ruth E., daughter of Caleb, and George C 

Ballou, both of and at Smithfield, by ^ ^^^^ 

BuVnU^L^MiranJal^'allou, at Smithfield June's! 1825 

David and Susan Whipple, daughter of Col. 

Stephen, at Smithfield, J^'V 3- '^25 

Samuel, of Smithfield, and Cynthia Wmsor, 

dau-hter of William, of and at Glocester Aug. 14, i"5 
Nehemiah K. and Sarah B. Branch, both of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatcm. Pa- ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ 

Wimam°^S., of Dryden, N. Y., fornierly of 
Providence, and Mary Catharine Cantine. 
of and at Caroline, N. Y., ^^^- ^°' ""' 

Laura L., eldest daughter of Arnold, and 
Earle Chace, of Fall River, at Friends 
Meeting House, Smithfield J""^ i, 

Adelia E F., daughter of Jabez of Men- 
don, and David Davenport, of Providence, 
at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, June 25, i»2D 

Arnold, of Charleston, S. C. and Lucy A. 

Aldnch, of Smithfield, at Mendon, by Rev. ^^ ^^^^ 

Mr Da£f°'ett, ' 

Lucy A, o! Smithfield, and Arnold Aldrich, 
of Charleston, S. C. at Mendon, Mass.. 
by Rev. Mr. Daggett, ^ . , ^ ,, , ^^P^" ^^' 
Phebe S., of Glocester, and Daniel Angell of 

Providence, at Glocester, by Elder Ross. Jan. 19. i»27 

William L., of Providence, and Anna JiUson, 
only daughter of late Luke, Esq., of and 
at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. ?,i. i»27 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



31 



ALDRICH Esek, Jr , and Mary Spurr Peck, 

daughter of Benjamin, 2d, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May g, 1827 

Celia E., daughter of late David, Esq, of 

Smithfield, and Charles C. Mowry, of 

Providence, merchant, at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 27, 1827 

Amey, daughter of Richmond, and Andrew 

A. Angell, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 

Stone, Sept. 3, 1827 

Mary Ann, of Smithfield, and Daniel Smith, 

of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., Sept. 23, 1827 

Sarah, of Seekonk, and Samuel Munro, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 7, 1827 

Sarah and Samuel Munro, both of Seekonk, 

at Providence, Oct. 7, 1827 

Alcy S., of Smithfield, and Nathaniel Angell, 

of North Providence, at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney, Oct. 18, 1827 

Elisha and Mrs. Sally Waterman, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Jan. 20, 1828 
Verry, of Smithfield, and Ruth Mowry, of 

and at Scituate, Feb. 7, 1828 

Cyrene, only daughter of George 3d, and 

VVillard Randall, at Smithfield, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., March 22, 1829 

Betsey A. and Josiah Miller, Jr., at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. Patriot of April 22, 1829 
Gilbert S. and Lucy Hentley, of Warwick, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 21, 1831 

ALEXANDER William, merchant, and Char- 
lotte Harris Crapon, eldest daughter of 

Capt. Christopher, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all 

of and at Providence, Ju'Y M. 1805 

Mary M. S. and Charles Richardson, Jr., 

after a courtship of 2A hours, at Richmond, 

Va. Phenix of ' Feb. 14, 1807 

Sabra and Thomas Coggeshall, both of and ^ 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 12, 1808 

Robert and Margaret Wood, at Smithfield. 

Phenix of Nov. 13, 181 3 

Henry, of Providence, and Elizabeth Mowry, 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Phenix of March 5, 1814 
Mrs. Margaret and Elisha Francis, both of 

North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 19, 1828 

Harriet and Langley, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 27, 1829 



^§ VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALGER Sally.eldest daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 

and John Homes, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 25, 1803 

Hannah and Nicholas Angell, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 19, 1817 

Joanna, youngest daughter of late Capt. 
Joseph, and Henry D. Weeden, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 4, 1817 

Cordelia, of Providence, and Clarke Dean, of 
Exeter, N. H., at Warren, by Rev.. Mr. 
Chessman, Oct. 28, 18 18 

Abby and Capt. Samuel Thurber, both of 
Providence, at East Greenwich, by Rev. 
Mr. Waldo, Sept. 12, 1819 

Sarah Ann, daughter of late Preserved, of 
Bristol, and Lewis B. Pearce, of Warren, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Sept. 3, 1826 

ALGERS Betsey Eddy, daughter of late James, 
of Bristol, and Elisha Tripp 2d, of Provi- 
dence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Jan. 8, 1826 
ALLARD Lyman A., of Providence, and Almira 
Wilbur, of Johnston, at former place, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 10, 1828 
ALLEN Hannah, of Rehoboth, and Seth Whit- 
marsh, of Warren, at Rehoboth. Phenix 
of Dec. 24, 1803 

Dr. Samuel and Eliza Bicknell, widow of 

Asa, Esq., at Barrington. Phenix of March 3, 1804 

Samuel, Jr. and Nancy Bowers, at Rehoboth. 

Phenix of May 5, 1804 

Poshall, cashier of Warren Bank, and Polly 

Croude, at Warren. Phenix of June 30. 1804 

Lydia, daughter of Capt. Zachariah, dec, and 
Sullivan Dorr, of Boston, merchant, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 14, 1804 

Ephraim W., editor of the Newburyport 
Herald, and Dorothy Stickney, at Newbury- 
port. Phenix of Dec. 8, 1804 

Elizabeth and Daniel Clarke, at Scituate. 

Phenix of March 16, 1805 

Capt. Abel, of Providence, and Mrs. Matilda 
Dresser, widow of Asa, of and at Thomp- 
son, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow. Phenix of April 6, 1805 

John, of P2xeter, R. I., and Honor Howard, 
daughter of Caleb, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Cornell, July 24, 1806 

John and Mary Allen, daughter of late Lewis, 

at Rehoboth. Phenix of Dec. 13, 1806 

Mary, daughter of late Lewis, and John 
Allen, at Rehoboth. Phenix of Dec. 13, 1806 

Susan, of Providence, and Dr. Joseph B. 

Potter, of Westerly, at Newport. Phenix of Aug. i, 1807 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 33 

ALLEN Simon, 20, and Mrs. Polly Flagg, 40, 

at Bernardston, Mass. Phenix of " Aug. 14, 1807 

Rufus, Jr., printer, of Pittsfield, and Harriet 

Whitney, at Brattleboro, Vt. Pheni.x of Dec. 26, 1807 

Sarah B., daughter of Gen. William, and 

Peleg Rhodes, Esq., of Pawtuxet, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. Phenix of Feb. 20, 1808 
Edward F., of Charlestown, Mass., and 

Sarah Ingersoll, of Boston, at Providence. 

Phenix of Oct. 15, 180S 

Fanny, eldest daughter of late Capt. Noah, 

of Rehoboth, and Isaac Hodges, Jr., of 

and at Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Dec. i, 1808 

Harriet, daughter of Major Joseph, of Provi- 
dence, and Capt. James R. Larke, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Phenix of March 18, 1809 
Benjamin and Hannah Wade, daughter of 

Capt. Lewis, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Hill, Sept. 24, 1809 

William, of North Providence, and Sally 

Starkweather, of Rehoboth, daughter of 

Oliver, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Rhodes G. and Rebecca Bowen, both of and 

at Providence, 
Rhodes G. and Sarah P. Jones, daughter of 

Rev. John P , at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, 
Mrs. Mary, of Providence, and Seth Whit- 
marsh, of Warren, at Bristol, 
Mary, only daughter of Bicknell, of Attle- 

boro, and Stephen Whipple, of North 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Marana, of Taunton, and Philip Miller, at 

Rehoboth, 
Capt. Herman B. and Sarah M. Barton, 

daughter of Gen. William, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Messer, Oct. 3, 1812 

Gen. Amasa, of Walpole, N. H., and Mrs. 

Sarah S. Gordon, widow of Thomas, Esq., 

at SterUng, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Benedict, of 

Plainfield, Nov. 15, 1812 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Christopher, and 

Capt. William Corey, at North Kingstown, 

by Rev. Mr. Northup. Phenix of Jan. 16, 1813 

Roxalana, of Seekonk, Mass., and Peter 

Brownell, merchant, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 2, 18 14 

Philip and Phebe Aborn, only daughter of 

Benjamin, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. Phenix of Jan. 8, 1814 



July 22, 


1810 


March 31, 


1811 


Sept. 8, 


1811 


Nov. 7, 


1811 


Jan. 26, 


1812 


Aug. 2, 


1812 



34 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALLEN Robert and Charlotte Holmes, both 

of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, July 7, 18 14 

Deademia, daughter of Major Abel, and 

Sylvanus Hartshorn, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 23, 181 5 
Ebenezer, 83, and Mrs. Hannah Johnson, 

84, at Rockingham, Vt. Phenix of June 15, 1816 

Capt. Noah, of Baltimore, and Hannah 

Martin, youngest daughter of Hon. 

Simeon, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Thompson, Sept. 22, 1816 

Daniel and Ann H. Hammond, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 4, 1816 

Ann, daughter of late Capt. Noah, and Will- 
. iam Watson, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr, 

Thompson, Dec. 29, 1816 

Zachariah and Eliza Harriet Arnold, young- 
est daughter of late Welcome, both of and 

at Providence, at St. John's Church, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, May i, 1817 

Hannah, daughter of late Matthew, of North 

Kingstown, and Oliver Arnold, Esq., of 

Exeter, at former place, by Rev. John 

Gardiner, Aug. 21, 1817 

Waitstill, daughter of Capt. Abel, and John 

Gray, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Oct. 9, 1817 

Alfred, of Providence, and Eliza Wild, 

daughter of Dr. Jonathan, of and at Wal- 

pole, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Mowry, Nov. 20, 1817 

Abigail W., of Cumberland, and Thomas 

B. Jenckes, of Newport, N. H., at former 

place, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, Dec. 4, 181 7 

Keziah, of Barnstable, and Major Jeremiah 

Munro, of and at Bristol, Sept. 29, 1818 

Samuel, formerly of Providence, and Mary 

DeWolfe, daughter of Levi, Esq., of Bris- 
tol, R. I., at Pittsburgh, Penn. Phenix of Dec. 12, 1818 
George W., of Little Compton, and Rebecca 

M. Stanton, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker, Dec. 31, 181 8 

Col. Ray G., of North Kingstown, and 

Emma Waterman, second daughter of 

John, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, Jan. 31, 1819 

Christopher and Sarah Congdon, both of and 

at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Sept. 30, 18 19 
Olive C. and Henry Ingraham, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, Oct. 17, 1819 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 35 

ALLEN Avery and Mary C. Benson, daughter 

William P. R., both of and at Provi- 
dence, of by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 23, 1819 
Deliah and Russell Gifford, both of West- 
port, at Tiverton. Patriot of April 4, 1820 
Dr. Isaiah and Ann F. Williams, at Reho- 

both, July 9, 1820 

Dr. William Henry, of Louisville, Ky., and 

Eliza Dodge, daughter of Nehemiah, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, July iS, 1S20 

Phebe W. and Nathan A. Arnold, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, Sept. 3, 1820 

James, of Providence, and Nancy Nightin- 
gale, of and at Quincy, Mass., Sept. 10, 1820 
Eliza and James Minnard, at Attleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilder, Nov. 12, 1820 

Lucy Ann, daughter of late John, and 

Thomas Hill, at North Kingstown, by 

Rev. Mr. Gardiner, Jan. 14, 1821 

Capt. Gideon and Almira Wilbur, of Little 

Compton, at Westport. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1821 

Hannah, of Little Compton, and William 

W. Underwood, of and at Westport. Pa- 
triot of May 18, 1822 
Sally and Jesse Salisbury, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, June 2, 1822 

Isaac B. and Maria S. Snow, both of and at 

Providence. Patriot of June 12, 1822 

George W. and Mary Lawton, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of Aug. 17, 1822 

Charlotte Sterling, daughter of late Capt. 

Samuel, of Providence, and George 

Backus, of Newport, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 2, 1822 

ALLTON Lucy and Elihu Morse, Jr., both of 

and at Woodstock, by Rev. Mr. Nichols, Sept. 19, 1822 
Corporal Daniel, of Thompson, Ct., and 

Nancy White, formerly of Uxbndge, 

Mass., at Thompson, Nov. 21, 1822 

ALLYN Elizabeth C. and William H. Lawton, 

at Rehoboth, by Seabury Lawton, Esq., April 16, 1823 
ALLEN Mrs. Mary, 85, grandmother of the late 

Lieut. Allen, U. S. Navy, and Dea. 

Daniel Jewell, of Greenville, N. Y., 82. 

She is his 4th wife, at Waterloo, N. Y., by 

Rev. Berrian Hutchinson, May i, 1823 

Mary, of Rehoboth, and Capt. Daniel Hodges 

Abell, of Seekonk, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 

Mr. Thompson. Patriot of May 17, 1823 

Mrs. Almira and Samuel G. Wheeler, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 4, 1823 



36 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ALLEN Capt. John, of Baltimore, and Almira 

Rounds, of and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Woods, Aug. 7, 1823 

Benjamin and Mrs. Frances Hicks, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 16, 1823 

Hon. Herman, of Vermont, American Min- 
ister to ChiH, and Elizabeth L. Hart, 

daughter of Elisha, of Saybrook, Ct., sister 

of Mrs. Commodore Hull, at New Haven, 

by Rev. Bishop Brownell. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

William and Lucinda Coggeshall, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. 30, 1823 
Mary G., daughter of the late John, Esq., 

and Christopher Arnold, of Warwick, at 

North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Jan. 8, 1824 

Sophia, of Providence, and Robert Hall, of 

Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, April 25, 1824 

Rev. Reuben, of Seekonk, and Phebe Leon- 
ard, daughter of Ichabod, Esq., of and at 

Taunton. Patriot of May 22, 1824 

William, of Dartmouth, Mass., and Susan 

Burdick, daughter of Rev. Henry, of and 

at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 7, 1824 

Benajah, of Rehoboth, and Nancy Abell, 

daughter of Capt. Caleb, of and at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Nov. 7, 1824 
Caroline H. and Thomas Crapon, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Nov. 21, 1824 

Eliza and Gerald Hallock, one of the editors 

of the Boston Recorder and Telegraph, at 

Chilmark. Patriot of June 15, 1825 

Mary Ann, daughter of Samuel, of Seekonk, 

and Ephraim Brown, of Providence, at 

Seekonk, by Rev. James O. Barney, Oct. 19, 1825 

James W. and Harriet Walden, at Newport. 

Patriot of Oct. 22, 1825 

Sophia E. and Joseph G. Clarke, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Henry Tatem, Oct. 23, 1825 

Ardelia, of Seekonk, and Dr. Hervey Ar- 

mington, of Providence, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney, Dec. 29, 1825 

Lucy and Gifford Tabor, at New Bedford. 

Patriot of April 8, 1826 

Benjamin R., formerly of Newport, and 

Martha Sherman, of Warwick, at Scituate, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 11, 1826 

Mary Ann, daughter of Philip, and Clarke 

Crandall, at Newport. Patriot of July 8, 1826 

Harriet Sterling, daughter of late Capt. 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



ALLEN : 

Samuel, of Providence, and Andrew 
Backus, Esq., attorney at law, at Pomfret, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Porter. Patriot of Aug. 5, 

Waitey, daughter of Walter, Esq., and Otis 
Bartlett, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Smithfield, Sept, 7, 

Benjamin and Eliza Congdon, both of and 
at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 10, 

Nancy and Bradford Godfrey, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, Esq. Patriot of Oct. 21, 

Susan and Paul Wheelock, at Centreville, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 12, 

Mary Ann, of Newport, and Edward Snow, 
of Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, April 8, 

Darius C, formerly of Providence, and Eliza 

A. Slover, of and at Newbern, N. C, May i, 

James and Abigail Leonard, daughter of 

Capt. Lemuel, both of and at Taunton, June 21, 

William P., of Pawtucket, and Almira Peck, 
daughter of Isaac, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Brown, July 9, 

Nancy, of I^rovidence, and James H. Bench- 
ley, of Grafton, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Samuel and Maria Miller, both of Smithfield, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. lOr. Benedict, 

Henry, of Walpole, Mass., and Mercy Felt, 
of and at Medway, 

Henry, of Walpole, Mass., and Mercy Tefft, 
of and at Medway, 

Louisa, daughter of Capt. Samuel P., of Prov- 
idence, and Joseph Bicknell, of Barrington, 
at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, 

George N., formerly of Providence, and Ann 
Augusta Thorn, daughter of William, Esq., 
both of and at New York. Patriot of 

Nelson, of New Bedford, and Lariona P. 
Chace, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Jeremiah B., of Seekonk, and Julia M. Raw- 
son, daughter of Hon. Joseph, of and at 
Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Patrick, 

Mary, of Newport, and Capt. James G. Bo- 
wen, of Fall River, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 

Col. Erastus P. and Mrs. Hannah Newman, 
both of and at Newport. Patriot of 



Aug. 8, 


1827 


Sept. 9, 


1827 


Sept. 30, 


1827 


Sept. 30, 


1827 


Dec. 5, 


1827 


Dec. 22, 


1827 


Jan. 13, 


1828 


Jan. 21, 


182S 


Jan. 29, 


1828 


March 15, 


1828 



826 

826 
826 
826 
826 

827 

827 

827 
827 



38 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ALLEN Hannah D , daughter of Samuel D., of 
North Kingstown, and John H. Garduier, 
of Jamestown, at North Kingstown, 

William and Mary Thompson, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

William, of Pawtucket, and Phebe E. Rhodes, 
of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurt- 

leff, 
Samuel and Betsey Whitford, at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Wood, 
George W., of Boston, and Martha D. Mar- 
shall, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wa- 
terman, 
William R. and Eliza Chace, at Central 

Falls, 
John, of Scituate, and Sarah H. Grossman, 
of Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 
George S., of Providence, and Phebe How- 
land, of and at Troy, Mass., 
Betsey, of Bristol, and John Simmons, of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, 
Alexander and Europa Burke, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Samuel, of CenterviUe, N. Y., and Mary 
Hartshorn, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 
Silvia G., daughter of late James, and George 
Howland, Jr., at Friends Meeting House, 
Providence, 
Eliza Ann and John B. Tallman, at Fall 

River. Patriot of 
Amey and John Sisson, both of Middletown, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
Cheney B. and Annzenza Amanda Wmship, 

at Boston. Patriot of 
Ezra and Harriet Eliza Ann Dupee, at Bos- 
ton. Patriot of 
Chole, 45, and William Flatford, 85, soldier 
of the Revolution, at Summerfield, Va. Pa- 
triot of 
Francis W. and Sophia Willis, daughter of 
Edward, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Burdick, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Seth, of SmitMeld, 
and I£zra Dodge, of Providence, at Smith- 
field, ^ . , 
Ethan and Betsey M. Walker, at Providence. 

Patriot of 
ALLEY Susan and Samuel G. Snelling, printer, 
at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Elliott, 



March 17, 1828 
March 20, 1828 

April 27, 1828 
May I, 1828 

Sept. 30, 1828 
Oct. 12, 1828 

Oct. 29, 1828 

Nov. 23, 1828 

Dec. 7, 1828 

Jan. I, 1829 

April 20, 1829 

April 30, 1829 
Oct. 10, 1829 
Oct. II, 1829 
Dec. 26, 1829 

April 24, 1830 

Sept. II, 1830 
Nov. 27, 1 83 1 

Jan. 3, 1832 

Sept. 22, 1832 

March 26. 1809 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 39 

ALLSBORO Eleanor D., of Portsmouth, and 
Benjamin Weaver, Esq., at Freetown, 
Mass. Patriot of July 14, 1824 

ALMY Jonathan, Esq., of Newport, and Rebecca 

Brown, of and at Warren. Phenix of March 29, 1806 

Jonathan T. and Ann Coggeshall, daughter 

of William C, at Newport. Phenix of Jan. 13, iSio 

Benjamin and Abigail Eddy, both of and at 

Smithlield, Sept. iS, 1817 

George and Ruth Manchester, daughter of 
Abraham, at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Peck- 
ham, Feb. I, 1818 

Almira Fales, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, 
of Tiverton, and Charles Manchester, of 
Providence, at Tiverton, by Rev. Benja- 
min Peckham, Sept. 27, 1818 

Mary Ann and Henry Greene (colored), at 

Providence, by Rev. Prof. Adams, May 21, 1820 

William P. and Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson, 

both of and at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 21, 1820 

Sarah, daughter of Peleg, Es'(., and Burring- 
ton Anthony, Jr , both of and at Ports 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Webb, May 10, 1822 

Emeline, daughter of late Samuel, and Rich- 
ard B. Mumford, both of and at Newport. 
Patriot of July 27, 1822 

Patience, daughter of the late Samuel, of 
Newport, and Boiden Tallman, at Middle- 
town. Patriot of Feb. 5, 1823 

Anna, only daughter of William, of Crans- 
ton, and William Jenkms, of Providence, 
at Cranston, at the Friends' Meeting 
House, July 17, 1823 

Sarah M., daughter of late Capt. Samuel, of 
Newport, and Capt. George Howland, of 
Providence, at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 9, 1823 

Capt. William and Jemima Greene Ames, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, F>b. 10, 1824 

William M. and Hannah Albro, daughter of 
Gideon, both of and at Portsmouth. Pa- 
triot of P'eb. 25, 1824 

Sarah, daughter of Job, Jr., of Tiverton, and 
Samuel Brownell, of Westport, at Tiverton, 
by Rev. Mr. Peckham. Patriot of Nov. 3, 1824 

Myra M. I., of New Bedford, and David H. 
Robertson, Esq., of New York, at New 
Bedford, Jan. 11, 1S25 

Eliza, daughter of Peleg, of Portsmouth, and 
Jacob D. Babcock, of Orange Co., N. Y., 
at Portsmouth. Patriot of April 27, 1825 



40 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ALMY William Ellery and Lavina Caroline 
Champlain, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Whea- 
ton, Oct. 23, 1826 

Frederick and Harriet Seabury, second 
daughter of Cornelius, Esq, at Tiverton, 
by Rev. Mr. Wright, Dec. 3, 1826 

Sampson and Eliza Talbot, eldest daughter 
of Ephraim, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, bv Rev, Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1827 
Job, of Portsmouth, and Susannah Man- 
chester, of Middletown, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Marchsi, 1S27 
Rosina Penelope, of Charleston, S, C, and 
William Perry, formerly of Newport, at 
Charleston, Oct, 30, 1828 
ALSOP Hannah, daughter of John, of Athens, 
N. Y,, and William Jenkins, of Providence, 
at Athens, at the Friends' Meeting House 
there, April 23, 1817 
ALVERSON Marcy and Stephen Potter, at 

Johnston, March 15, 1807 

Jacob and Nancy Henry, Nov. 15, 1807 

Phebe and James M. Pettis, both of and at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. Phenix 
of Dec. 16, 1809 

Major Caleb, Jr., and Susan Brown, both of 

and at Johnston, by Rev, Mr, Tatem, Jan. 19, 1819 

AMBOYNEAU Julius and Catharine Malbone, 
daughter of Francis, Esq,, of Newport, at 
Bristol, Phenix of Feb. 14, 1807 

AMBROSE Isabella, daughter of late Capt. 
Robert M. and Holder Lake, at Newport. 
Patriot of J^n- '- •S23 

Isabella, daughter of late Capt. Robert M., 

and Holder Lake, at Newport, Patriot of Jan, i, 1823 

AMES Amelia and Joseph Wheelock, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev, Mr, Wilson, Oct. 11, 1812 
Susan H,, daughter of Asa, and Isaac Ar- 
nold, at Providence, by Rev, Mr. Wilson, Aug, 16, 182 1 
Mrs. PZlizabeth, of Providence, and William 
Murray, of Baltimore, at Providence, by 
William B, Martin, Esq,, Feb. 14, 1822 
Robert N., of Providence, and Maria Ma.x- 
well Sisson, daughter of Freeborn, of and 
at Warren, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, May 26, 1822 
Jemima Greene and Capt. William Almy, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Feb. 10, 1824 
Israel, of Boston, and Mrs, Maria Eliza 
Callamore, at Providence, by Rev, Dr. 
Gano, July 7. 1824 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 41 

AMES Simeon and Betsey Gillmore, at Sterling, 

Ct., April 24, 1S26 

Curtis, of Preston, and Maria Potter, daugh- 
ter of Henry, of Warwick, at Voluntovvn, 

Ct. Patriot of April 25, 1827 

Wyllys, of Providence, and Lucy Road, of 

and at Killingly, Ct. Patriot ol Dec. 12, 1827 

Rebecca B., 2d, daughter of Asa, Esq., and 

Dr. Joseph Warren F"earing, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 19, 1828 
Amelia W., of Providence, and Dr. Charles 

Manchester, of I'awtucket, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 24, 1829 

Seth, of Lowell, and Margaret S. Bradford, 

of and at Waltham. Patriot of Oct. 19, 1831 

Robey M., daughter of Dyer, of Plainfield, 

Ct., and Zuriel Potter, of Cranston, at 

Plainfield, by Rev. Mr. Piatt, Feb. 9, 1832 

AMESBURY Sybel, eldest daughter of Abra- 
ham, and Lieut. Joseph Cushing, at Reho- 

both. Pheni.x of Oct. 8, 1808 

Atola, daughter of Jabez, and George 

Weatherhead, both of and at Cumberland, 
I by Rev. Mr. Osborne, Oct. 21, 1822 

Ann Eliza, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and 

Leonard Ballou, at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, Nov. 6, 1822 

Daniel S. and Mrs. P21izabeth Gray, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 10, 1822 

Ann P. and Timothy S. Wood. She was 

daughter of Israel Amesbury, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr.Tobey, Nov. 5, 1823 

AMSBURY 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, bv Rev. Mr. Tobey, Nov. 3, 1829 

AMMIDON Alpheus and Mrs. Nabby Wilkin- 
son, at Cumberland, Dec. 29, 181 1 
AMORY Harriet B., daughter of late Thomas, 

Esq., of Boston, and Robert Hale Ives, of 

Providence, at Ro.xbury, by Rev. Alonzo 

Potter, Oct. 3, 1827 

ANDERSON Albert J., Esq., of New York, 

and Martha Maria EUery, of New Or- 
leans, eldest daughter of the late Abraham 

Redwood Ellery, of and at Newport, by 

Rev. Dr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825 

Mrs. Ann and Hiram W. Chace, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, May 18, 1826 



42 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ANDERSON James and Ann Broad, at Black 

Lake, L. I. Patriot of • Feb. 27, 182S 

ANDREWS Mary, daughter of late James, and 

Edward Tripp Mathewson, at Scituate. 

Phenix of Nov. 26, 1803 

Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin, and Moses 

Richardson, merchant, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, May 4, 1807 

Ebenezer T., Esq., and PZliza Weld, both of 

and at Boston. Phenix of Nov. 26, 1808 

Jonathan, Jr., and Sarah Mathewson, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, at Smithfield. Phenix of March 2, 181 1 
Pamelia and Josiah Whitaker, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 26, 181 1 

Elkanah, of Taunton, and Amey Greene 

Brown, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, May 7, 1813 

Diana and Peleg Arnold, at Thompson, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Dow, April 25, 18 19 

Eliza, of Providence, and Jane G. McKinley, 

of and at Chester, N. H., by Rev. Mr. 

Parker. Patriot of May 19, 1819 

Elisha, of Providence, and Jane G. Mc- 
Kinley, of and at Chester, N. H., by Rev. 

Mr. Parker. Patriot of May 26, 1819 

Col. John, of Providence, and Betsey 

Whipple, daughter of Capt. Stephen, of 

Cumberland, at Sterling, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Wells, Sept. 10, 181 5 

Mary, of Providence, and Moses White, of 

Cleveland, Ohio, at Providence. Phenix of Sept. 20, 1817 
Alice B. and George T. Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 14, 1819 

Thomas and Anna Sheldon, eldest daughter 

of Rev. Mr. Sheldon, both of and at 

Smithfield, Jan. 23, 1820 

Frederick and Nancy Capron, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 8, 1820 

Merrett and Roby Stafford, both of and at 

Coventry, Nov. 16, 1820 

Joseph A., of Glocester, and Ruth B. Masher, 

daughter of Caleb, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Mace, Aug. 18, 1822 

George, of Chereau, S C, and Cornelia Au- 
gusta Lippitt, youngest daughter of 

Charles, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, at St. John's Church, Oct. i, 1822 

Capt. Ray G. and Anna Eldredge, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Oct. 6, 1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 43 

ANDREWS Henry Perkins, Esq., of Boston, 
and Charlotte Frances Manners, eldest 
daughter of George, Esq., the British 
Consul for Massachusetts, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of May 28, 1823 

Samuel, of Taunton, and Lydia Hatha- 
way, at Freetown. Patriot of Dec. 10, 1823 

William and Carolina Tefft, daughter of the 
late Capt. Obadiah, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 11, 1824 

James and Sally Movvry, daughter of Seth, 
both of and at Smithfield. by Lewis De.x- 
ter, Esq., 

Hiram, of Warren, and Eliza Ladue, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. Curtis, of and at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Stephen H. and Mary Ann Steere, daughter 
of Robert, both of and at Glocester, by 
Rev. Mr. Ross, 

John A. and Melinda Dresser, both of and 
at Smithfield, by H. S. Mansfield, Esq., at 
Slatersville. Patriot of 

Eliza and Richard M. Snow, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

George, comedian, of Federal Street Theatre, 
and Dorcas Woodward, daughter of Na- 
thaniel, at Boston. Patriot of Sept. 17, 182S 

Mary Ann, of Smithfield, and Nelson Tefft, 
of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Sept. 25, 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, Patriot 
of May 27, 1S29 

Eunice, of Nantucket, and Reuben W. Chap- 
man, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Phillips, Sept. 2, 1829 

John, of Providence, and Abigail Crocker, of 

and at Barnstable. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1829 

Susan and Elias Taft, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., July 15, 1830 

Phebe S. and Stephen Easton, by Rev. Da- 
vid Kdbourne, Nov. 9, 1830 

Mary, of Dighton, Mass., and Henry L. Ken- 
dall, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Farley, June 25, 1832 



May 26, 


1825 


May 14, 


1826 


Jan. 24, 


1827 


April 25, 


.827 


Sept. 11, 


1827 



44 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ANDROS Thomas, of Berkeley, and Sally Nich- 
ols, of and at Freetown, by Rufus Bacon, 
Esq., March 26, 

Major William N., formerly of Plainfield, Ct., 
and Ann Amelia Olney, only daughter of 
Col. George R. A., of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr, Waterman, Aug. 3, 

ANGELL Phebe, daughter of Daniel, of John- 
ston, and Benjamin Whipple, of North 
Providence, at Johnston, Sept. g, 

Hannah and Stephen Keech, at Glocester. 
Phenix of June 8, 

Oliver, of Providence, and Ann Read, of and 

at Rehoboth. Phenix of April 2, 

Emma, eldest daughter of Elisha, of North 
Providence, and Benjamin Gorham, of 
Providence, at former place. Phenix of Oct. 29, 

Ann, youngest daughter of Elisha, of North 
Providence, and Samuel Eddy, Esq., Sec- 
retary of State, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Sally, daughter of F"enner, and Aaron Pearce, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Nancy, eldest daughter of P"enner, and Asa 
Newell, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Lemuel and Sarah Smith, daughter of Nehe- 
miah, at North Providence. Phenix of 

Capt. Enos and Catharine Gorham, daughter 
of the late Major Gorham, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

James and Mary Westcott, both of and at 
Providence, 

Smith, of North Providence, and Freelove 
Briggs, daughter of Col. Peter, of and at 
Johnston, 

Harriet, daughter of Benjamin, and Joseph B. 
Hawkins, at North Providence. Phenx of 

Sally, eldest daughter of Thomas, and Oliver 
Jillson, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Phenix of 

Samuel B. and Aseneth Le^v•is, both of and 
at Warren. Phenix of 

Nicholas and Hannah Alger, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lydia, daughter of Col. John, of Smithfield, 
and Sturges Davis, of Providence, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. P3des, 

Joseph S., of Providence, and Hope Hawkins, 
of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 



April 


25. 


1809 


Aug. 


20, 


1809 


Nov. 


18, 


1810 


Dec. 


15, 


1810 


Dec. 


24- 


iSio 


Aug. 


30, 


1812 


Jan. 


17. 


1813 


July 


16, 


1814 


Jan, 


10, 


1816 


Jan. 


1 1> 


1817 


Jan. 


>9. 


1S17 


June 


26, 


1817 


Sept. 


23. 


1817 



826 

830 

804 

80s 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 45 

ANGELL Betsey, daughter of Thomas and Z 

Loud, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 2, 1817 

Tabitha H., eldest daughter of Hon. Charles, 

and Abner Peckham, both of and at Scitu- 

ate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Jan. 25, 181 8 

Phebe and Samuel Davis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 14, 181S 

Pardon, Jr., and Amey Phillips, both of and 

at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcoit, Jan. 16, 1819 

Major Gideon and Mary Watson, both of 

and at Scituate. Patriot of March 20, 1819 

Rev. George, pastor of the Baptist Church, 

Southbridge, Mass., and Rebecca Thorn- 
dike, of and at Worcester, by Rev. Mr. 

Going, April 10, 1819 

James, 3d, of North Providence, and Selinda 

Ray, daughter of late Jonathan, of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, June 13, 1819 

Polly and Peleg Spragiie, Jr., both of and at 

Smithfield, July 4, 1819 

Deborah, daughter of Col. John, of Smithfield, 

and Ephraim Comstock, of Providence, at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 16, 1819 

Thomas and Mrs. Pamela Hawkins, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 6, 1819 

Christopher and Louisa Benchky, youngest 

daughter of Arnold, both of and at Smith- 
field, by Samuel Mann, Esq , May 25, 1820 
Fisher, of Providence, and Amey Johnson, 

of North Providence, at Pavvtucket, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict, Oct. 31, 1820 

Robert and Eliza Gray, both of and at Provi- 
dence, Dec. 17, 1820 
Richard and Ellen Randall, daughter of Job, 

at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone, May 27, 1821 

William, of North Providence, and Mrs. 

Harriet C. Heaton, of Smithfield, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Park, Dec. 25, 1821 

Thomas, of Plainfield, Ct., and Mary 

Whipple, eldest daughter of Col. Stephen, 

of and at Smithfield. Patriot of Nov. 9, 1822 

Asha, daughter of Thomas, and Daniel Far- 

num, at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. 25, 1822 

Asha, daughter of Thomas, and Daniel Far- 

num, at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. 25, 1822 

Mehitable W., daughter of Col. Israel, and 

William B. Wilkinson, of Cumberland, at 

Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. 29, 1822 



46 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ANGELL Mehitable W., daughter of Col. Israel, 
of Smithfield, and William B. Wilkinson, of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Judge 
Mann, Dec. 29, 1822 

Deborah, daughter of Olney, of Johnston, 
and Edwin Capron, of Smithfield, at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. Patriot 
of Jan. 8, 1823 

Deborah, daughter of Olney, of Johnston, 
and Edwin Capron, of Smithfield, at John- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. Patriot of Jan. 8, 1823 

Susan, of Johnston, and Capt. James War- 
ner, of Warwick, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Sprague, Aug. 17, 1S23 

Alice and George Aldrich, both of and at 

Scituate. Patriot of Jan. 3, 1824 

Jemima and Valentine W. Young, both of 

and at North Providence. Patriot of April 7, 1824 

Ezekiel, of Smithfield, and Julia Salisbury, 
eldest daughter of Abel, of and at Scitu- 
ate, by Rev. John Westcott, April 15, 1824 

Almira E., daughter of Benjamin, of North 
Providence, and Christopher Wickson, 
Esq., of Providence, at former place, by 
Rev. Mr. Branch, Aug. 12, 1824 

Job, 2d. and Sarah J. Cleveland, eldest 
daughter of Cyrus, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Sept. 27, 1824 

Amey, daughter of 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. Dr. 
Benedict, Sept. 22, 1825 

Mela Ann, daughter of John, of Smithfield, 
and Joseph Bowen, of Glocester, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. White. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1825 

Mary, daughter of the late Jonathan, and 
Lewis Dexter, Esq., at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, Dec. 5, 1825 

Tabitha, daughter of Joshua, of Scituate, 
and Andrew Mathewson, of Glocester, at 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Dec. 13, 1825 

Asael and Sally Angell, daughter of Thomas, 

at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, Esq., Jan. 26, 1826 

Sally, daughter of Thomas, and Asald An- 
gell, at Smithfield, by Lewis De.xter, 
Esq., Jail- 26, 1826 

Nathaniel and Asha Smith, eldest daughter 
of Daniel, both of and at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, April 9, 1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



ANGELL Col. Israel, 86, and Miss Sarah Angell, 

56, both of and at Sniithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Read, April 30, 1826 

Miss Sarah, 56, and Cul. Israel Angell, 86, 

both of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Read, April 30, 1826 

John, 3d, of Smithfield, rmd Abigail Coni- 

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 
Klisha 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, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Cheney, 
Thomas, of Providence, and Anna Angell, of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, 
Susan Ann B., daughter of Thomas, of 

Scituate, and Burton Searle, formerly of 

Cranston, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 
Daniel, of Providence, and Phebe S. Aldrich, 

of and at Glocester, by Elder Ross, 
Olive and Elisha Fiskc, at Scituate, by Elder 

Stowe, 
Amanda, eldest daughter of James, of North 

Providence, and Jarvis J. Smith, M. D., of 

Burrillville, at former place, by Rev. Mr. 

Cheney, 
Mercy and Morris Child, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev Mr. Pickering, 
Andrew A. and Amey Aldrich, daughter of 

Richmond, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 

Stone, 
Ruth and George Clinton Simmons, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Nathaniel, of North Providence, and Alcy 

S. Aldrich, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheeney, 
Ann M. and Alfred S. Bovven, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Solomon, Jr., and Eunice C. Young, at 

North Providenee, by Rev. Mr. Cheerey, 
Nancy and Rufus Robinson. Esq., both of 

and at Douglass, by Rev. Mr. Holman, 
Joanna M., daughter of late Ezekiel, Esq., 

of Smithfield, and Benjamin B. Wood, of 

Providence, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1828 



Nov. 18, 


826 


Nov. 18, 


826 


Jan. I, 


S27 


Jan. 19, 


827 


March 15, 


827 


April 17, I 


827 


April 17, 


827 


Sept. 3, 


S27 


Sept. 4, 


827 


Oct. 18, 


827 


Dec. 10, 


827 


April 13, 


1828 


May 5, 


828 



48 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ANGELL Nancy, daughter of Nathaniel, and 
Pardon Tillinghast, both of and at Coven- 
try, by Rev. Mr. Burlingame, Dec. 31, 1828 

Caroline M. and Arnold Carpenter, both of 
and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutter. 
Patriot of Feb. 25, 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, J. P., July 19, 1829 

Amey. daughter of William, of Smithfield, 
and Col. Stillman Blake, of Providence, at 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Loring, Oct. 29, 1829 

ANGEVINE Susan M. and Robert Bunker 

Coleman, both of and at New York, Feb. 13, 1832 

ANGIER Oakes, Esq., of Belfast, Me., and 
Frances Hathaway, daughter of Capt. John, 
of and at Dighton. Phenix of May 27, 1809 

Elizabeth, of Charlton, Mass., and Lemuel 

Brown, of and at Cumberland, Feb. 16, 1812 

Frances and Edward Harding, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 25, 1828 

ANN IS John and Mary Rogers, at Olneyville. 

Phenix of Dec. 11, 1813 

Mary M. and Nathaniel Kendall, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Jan. 6, 1816 
ANTHONY Susannah and Isaac Brownell, both 

of Providence. Phenix of May 28, 1803 

William, of North Providence, and Mary K. 
Greene, daughter of Capt. James, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 18, 1803 

James and Sally Henry, at Providence. Phe- 
nix of April 21, 1804 

Mary, daughter of Daniel, and Nathan VV, 
Jackson, at Friends' Meeting House, Prov- 
idence, Oct. 4, I 804 

Rebecca, youngest daughter of Peleg, of 
.Somerset, and Daniel Hayford, Jr., of and 
at Providence. Phenix of Jan. 24, 1807 

Hezekiah,of Providence, and Hannah Smith, 
second danghter of Stephen, Jr., of and 
Dighton, Mass. Phenix of Jan. 13, 1810 

Alice, of Providence, and Samuel Hawkins, 
of Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Oct. 13, 181 1 

William A., of Providence, and Eliza D. Hunt, 
eldest daughter of John, of and at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 21, i8ii 

David and Lauretta B. Wheaton, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Aug. 30, 1812 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 49 

ANTHONY Joseph and Mrs. Timmons, 

both of Providence, at Bristol. Pheni.x of Dec. 12, 1812 
Israel, of Foster, and Desire Aldrich, only 

danghter of Oliver, Esq., of Scitiiate, at 

Foster, by Theodore P'oster, Esq. Phe- 

nix of June 18, 1814 

Mrs. Patience, of Providence, and Stephen 

Arnold, of Cumberland, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 21, 1814 

Mary and Isaac Brownell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1815 

Phebe S., daughter of Benjamin, of North 

Providence, and Russell Proctor, of Provi- 
dence, at former place, by Rev. Mr. 

Sprague, P'eb. 19, 181 5 

Joseph T., of Providence, and Mary Ann 

Hunt, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Hill, Aug. 13, 1815 

Cordelia and James W. Young, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 17, 18 15 

Eliza W.and Richard Ward Greene, at War- 
wick. Pheni.x of May 3, 1817 
Sarah B. and Lebbeus L. Harding, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. F^des, May 25, 1817 

David, of Providence, and Dorcas Battey, of 

and at Cranston, at the Friends' Meeting 

House there. Pheni.x of Sept. 20, 1S17 

Sarah S., daughter of Seth, and Joseph 

Thomas, at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Patriot of Jan. 27, 1819 

Ann P., daughter of late Levi, and Henry 

Packard, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, April 22, 18 19 

Israel and Polly Waldron, at Wellington, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Gushee. Patriot of Oct. 2, 1819 

Samuel and Mary Brownell, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. l{ddy. 

Patriot of Feb. 16, 1820 

Clarissa, daughter of John, and John Mc- 

Corril, both of and at Portsmouth. Patriot 

of F"eb. 19, I 820 

Mary, daughter of Abraham, and William T. 

Potter, both of and at Portsmouth, at the 

l-'riends' Meeting House. Patriot of Oct. 11, 1820 

John, of Warwick, and Eliza G. Wyatt, of 

Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 3, 1820 

Giles and Sarah R. Greene, daughter of 

Thomas W., Esq., at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Littlefield. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1821 



50 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ANTHONY George, of Portsmouth, and Mer- 

ebah Watson, daughter of Robert H., of 

and at Jamestown. Patriot of Nov. 7, 1821 

Daniel C, of Wellington, Mass., and Ange- 

line Martin, of and at Svvanzey, by Rev. 

Mr. Taylor. Patriot of Dec. 8, 1821 

Burrington, Jr., and Sarah Almy, daughter 

of Peleg, Esq., both of and at Portsmouth, 

by Rev. Mr. Webb, May 10, 1822 

Martha L. and John Gibbs, both of and at 

Somerset. Patriot of Oct. 26, 1822 

George W. , of Somerset, and Eunice C. Buff- 

ington, of and at Swanzey, by John Mason, 

Esq., Jan. 2, 1823 

Stephen and Eliza S. Durfee, daughter of 

James, at Portsmouth. Patriot of July 9, 1823 

Mary, daughter of David, Esq., and William 

S. Gray, both of and at Somerset. Patriot 

of Aug. 30, 1823 

Adam, of Portsmouth, and Sarah Scott, of 

and at North Providence. Patriot of Sept. 24, 1823 

Sarah, of Portsmouth, and John P. Cogges- 

hall, of Middletown, at Newport. Patriot 

of Oct. 22, 1823 

Rhoda, daughter of- Peckham, and Robert C. 

Sisson, both of Middletown, at Newport. 

Patriot of Sept. 29, 1824 

Mary C., daughter of Richard, of North 

Providence, and Luther Carpenter, of See- 

konk, at former place. Patriot of Dec. i, 1824 

Silvesta, daughter of Peckham, and Thomas 

C. Wyatt, both of and at Middletown. 

Patriot of March 23, 1825 

Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham, and Jacob 

Mott, both of and at Portsmouth. Patriot 

of April 20, 1825 

Betsey and Ebenezer Gooding, of Welling- 
ton, Mass., at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, Nov. 6, 1825 
Sarah, daughter of William, and Joseph B. 

Fish, both of Portsmouth, at Newport, Jan. S, 1826 

Harriet A., of Providence, and John L. John- 
son, of Dorchester, Mass., at East Green 

wich, by Rev. Mr. Hazleton. Sept. 7, 1826 

Mary L., of Somerset, and Capt. Joshua Bar- 
nard, of New Bedford, at Swanzey. Pat- 
riot of Sept. 9, 1826 
Henry, of Providence, and Charlotte Benson, 

daughter of George, of and at Brooklyn, 

Ct. Patriot of Oct. 28, 1826 

Jeremiah W. and Thankful B. Kelley, both 

of Pawtucket, at Dighton, Feb. 10, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 51 

ANTHONY Betsey A., daughter of Richard, 

Esq., and Thomas Lewis, of Cumberland, 

at North Providence, March i8, 1828 

David R. and Rebecca Humes, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown. Nov. 9, 1828 

George and Margaret Hathaway, daughter of 

late George, both of Middletown,at Friends' 

Meeting House, Portsmouth, May 13, 1829 

Rebecca, of Pawtucket, and Joseph Reynolds, 

of Bristol, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Aug. 2, i 829 
Mahala and Charles Church, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Aug. 20, 1829 

Lorenzo D. and Mary S. Holden, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 31, 1830 

Dr. John H. and Susannah Hopkins, only 

daughter of Col. Benjamin, at Foster, Aug. 29, 1830 

Alfred and Phebe Salisbury, at Olneyville, 

by Rev. Mr. Cheney. Patriot of Jan. 19, 1831 

Edward and Helen Maria Hastings Grieve, 

youngest daughter of David, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, June 2, 1831 

Samuel W. and Mary J. Davis, at Provi- 
dence. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1832 
ANTONIDES Matty, of Park Theatre, and 

Mary Brown, both of and at New York. 

Patriot of Jan. 27, 1830 

APLIN William, Esq., and Mary Stevens Page, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, at St. John's Church, Nov. 19, 1820 

Hannah, of Pomfret, Ct., and Major John 

Low, of Woodstock, at Pomfret, by Rev. 

Mr. Porter, Dec. 25, 1820 

Lydia G., of Providence, and William Peirce, 

of Little Compton, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, April 30, 1822 

Sarah, formerly of Providence and Philip 

White, of Tiverton, at Providence (denied 

in issue of June 27), June 17, 1827 

Stephen A., Jr., and Elizabeth Bosworth, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Dec. 19, 1827 

APPLEBY Content, daughter of John, and 

Jeremiah Mowry, at Smithfield. Phenix 

of March 3, 1804 

Esther, daughter of Thomas, and Elisha 

Steere, Esq., of Smithfield, at said place, Oct. 22, 1815 

APPLETON John G. and Abigail Ann P. 

Merrill, granddaughter of late Rev. 

Thomas Peirce, of Scarboro, at Bos- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Streeter. Patriot of May 8, 1830 



g2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ARA Lydia and David Bagley, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. ii, 1821 

ARCHER Jason H. and Janette Bowen, daugh- 
ter of late Abraham, of F"all River, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 19, 1825 

F. A., of New York, and Henry G. Sher- 
man, of Providence, at New York. Patriot 
of Oct. 13, 1832 

ARMINGTON George and Ann Pearce, daugh- 
ter of late Daniel, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 22, 1805 

Mary and Abel B. Harrington, at Providence, July 10, 1809 

Nabby and Thomas Spears, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Aug. 19, 1814 

Keziah, of Providence, and Ebenezer Coborn, 

of and at Warren, Pa. Phenix of May 2, 1818 

James G. and Sally F. Sutton, daughter of 
Oliver, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Dec. 14, 1818 

Emeline, eldest daughter of Benjamin, and 
Nathan Mason, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pitman, Dec. i, 1819 

Alphonzo and Betsey Stafford, both of and at 

Pawtucket. Patriot of April 6, 1822 

Martha Davis, of Seekonk, and Rev. John P. 
Turner, of Woodstock, Ct., at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Pease, April 24, 1825 

Mary and James Burrrough, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 22, 1825 

Elmira, of Seekonk, and John Sanger, of 
Woodstock, Ct.,at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pease, Nov, 24, 1S25 

Dr. Hervey, of Providence, and Ardelia 
Allen, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Barney, Dec. 29, 1825 

Betsey J., eldest daughter of late Capt. 
Walker, and Thomas Medbury, both of 
and at Seekonk, by Rev. James O. Barney, June 18, 1826 

Pardon H., of Providence, and Mary H. 
Burce, of Cumberland, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, April 19, 1827 

James and Lavinia Studley, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of April 23, 1828 

Almira A. and Robert G. Lewis, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. i, 1829 
ARMITSTEAD Samuel and Mrs. Sally Potter, 
both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man, Dec. 24, 18 1 8 
ARMS Sarah and J. P. Miller, late agent of 
Greek Committee in Greece, at Mont- 
pelier, Vt. Patriot of Sept. 3, 1S28 



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PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 53 

ARMSBURY Thomas B., of New Bedford, 

and Patience Luther, daughter of Amos, 

at Wellington, Mass. Patriot of Dec. 15, 1821 

ARMSTRONG Lewis, of Rehoboth and Lu- 

cinda Freeman, hf and at Attleboro. July 4, 181 3 

Isabella and James McFarland, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phe- 

ni.x of ' March 15, 181 5 

Phebe, daughter of George, and John Wil- 

bour, at Newport. Patriotof July 4 1821 

Scott C. and Ruth H. Kimball, youngest 

daughter uf Amherst, Esq.. at Chepachet, 

Patriotof Feb. 27, 1S22 

Mary and Jonathan T. ]5urdick, at Newport. 

Patriot of March 7, 1827 

Nancy, of Norwich, Ct., and Christopher 

Brown, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by 

Stephen Branch, Esq., Ang. 31, 1828 

Elijah, of Smithf^eld, and Phebe Pray, daugh- 
ter of Peter, Esq., at Glocester, May 25, 1828 
Henry and Thornton, both of and at 

Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Ewers, Sept. 10, 1829 

ARNOLD Sally, daughter of Col. Rice, of 

Cranston, and William Rhodes, of War- 
wick, merchant. Pheni.x of May 7, 1803 
Elisha and Patience Comstock, at Smithfield. 

Phenixof May 19, 1804 

Lydia, daughter of William, Esq., of Gloces- 
ter, and William Stone, of Killingly, Ct., 

at Glocester. Pheni.x of March 23, 1805 

Mary, daughter of late Benedict, and Mowry 

Smith, merchant, at Glocester. Phenixof March 30, 1S05 
Isaac and Rebecca Corey, at Smithfield. 

Phenixof Sept. 28, 1805 

Sallv, daughter of Capt. Israel, of Warwick, 

and Capt. Oliver Earle, of Providence, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 24, 1S05 

George R., of Providence, merchant, and 

Emma Padelford, of Taunton, at Warren, Nov. 3, 1805 

Col. Gorton and Waite Lippitt, daughter of 

Gen. Christopher, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Dec. 8, 1805 

Christopher and Clemmentina Harris, eldest 

daughter of John, formerly of Cranston, 

at Pomfret, Ct.. Jan. 12, 1806 

Jonathan, of Smithfield, and Abby Randall, 

daughter of John, at North Providence, Jan. 12, 1806 

Joseph and Ann Card, at Providence. Phe- 
ni.x of Oct. 10, 1807 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ARNOLD Capt. David, Jr., and Rebecca Staf- 
ford, eldest daughter of Thomas, at War- 
wick. Pheni.x of Nov. 7. 1807 
Ann Lockwood, daughter of late Joseph, 
and Cyrus Barker, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 13, 1808 
Lydia, daughter of Judge Israel, of Warwick, 
and Charles W. Tillinghast, of Providence, 
at Warwick, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Pheni.x of Sept. 23, 1809 
Willard, late of Providence, and Patience 
Congdon, of and at Thompson, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Dow, Dec. 10, 1809 
Capt. Josiah and Margaret Greene, daughter 
of Capt. Thomas, both of and at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 31, 1809 
Ann, daughter of Israel, of Smithfield, and 
Welcome Comstock, of North Providence, 
at Smithfield, f^'eb. 4, 1810 
Phebe, daughter of Luke, of Smithfield, and 
William Tillinghast, of Providence, at 
Smithfield, May 6, 18 10 
George and Mary Taylor, daughter of Peter, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, July 22, 1810 
Amey, of Providence, and Caleb Drowne, of 
North Providence, at Providence, bv Rev. 
Dr. Gano. Pheni.x of Oct. 13, 1810 
Stephen, of Providence, and Eliza Rhodes, 
of Malachi, of and at Pawtu.xet, by Rev. 
Mr Jacobs, Aug. 5, 181 
Amos and Sally Campbell, of Attleboro, at 

Providence, Aug. 18, 181 

Betsey, of North Providence, and Nathan R. 
Tele, of Providence, at former place, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 15, 181 

Benjamin and Anna Read, only daughter of 

Benjamin, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Stone, Nov. 10, 181 
Eliza, daughter of late Col. Daniel, and David 

Ide, both of and at Smithfield, Dec. 8, 181 

Seth, of Smithfield, and Magdalen Quacken- 
boss, daughter of Isaac A., of Sailderland, 
N. Y., at Albany, March i, 181 2 

Barton, of Providence, and Avis Cranston, at 

Pawtucket, April 13, 1812 

George and Lydia F"isher, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 15, 1812 

John and Charlotte Chaffee, both of See- 

konk, at Providence, Sept. 24, 1812 

Pearce and Mary Brown, at Johnston, July 18, 1813 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 55 

ARNOLD Samuel G., of Providence, and F" ran- 
ees Rogers, eldest daughter of late John, 

also of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Messer. Pheni.x of Oct. 9, 1813 

Julian and Sayles Wilbur, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 1813 

Rev. Robert, of Thompson, Ct., and Cathe- 
rine Lippitt, daughter of Moses, of and at 

Killingly, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Nichols. F"eb. i, 1S14 

Capt. Marcus and Mercy Mann, daughter of 

Samuel, both of and at Smithfield, June 26, 1814 

Stephen, of Cumberland, and Mrs. Patience 

Anthony, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. VVifson, July 21, 1814 

Mary, of Providence, and Mowry Smith, 

Esq., of Glocester, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, Jan. 16, 1815 

Silence, only daughter of Ahab and Elisha 

Howe, P2sq., merchant, of Killingly, Ct., 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Jan. 22, 1815 

Mary and John M. VValcott, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Steel, April 30, 1815 

Susan Perkins, daughter of Josias Lyndon 

Arnold, and John Taylor, of Providence. 

She was late of St. Johnsbury, Vt., at 

Woodstock, Vt., Sept. 25, 1S15 

James and Mary Martin, eldest daughter of 

Joseph, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 3, 1815 

Caleb and Sally Prentice, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 28, 18 15 

Elizabeth, of Warwick, and James Bates, of 

Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Feb. 4, 1816 

Joseph F". and Sarah W. Rice, only daughter 

of Capt. William, both of and at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, March 24, 1816 

Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Joseph, of 

Warwick, and Nathan Fiske, of Northboro, 

Mass., at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, March 25, 1816 
Israel, Jr., and Nabby Brown, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 24, 1816 

Elias and Ann C Butts, only daughter of 

Isaac, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 26, 1816 

Lydia and Otis Ingraham, at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 26, 1816 

Anthony B.and Abby P. Fuller, only daugh- 
ter of Joseph, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22, 1816 

George, of Coventry, and Susan F'inney, of 

and at Warwick. Pheni.x of Aug. 24, 1816 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ARNOLD Olney and Susan Norton, at Smith- 
field, by Isaac Comstock, Esq., Nov. 3, 18 16 
Betsey, of North Kingstown, and Moses 
Mavvney, of East Greenwich, at former 
place, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner. Dec. 15, i8ib 
De.xter, of Scituate, and P"reelove Cranston, 
daughter of Samuel, of and at Foster, by 
Rev. Mr. Stone, Jan. 19. 1817 
Eliza Harriet, youngest daughter of late 
Welcome, and Zachariah Allen, both of and 
at Providence, at St. John's Church, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, May i, 18 17 
Oliver, Esq., of Exeter, and Hannah Allen, 
daughter of late Matthew, of and at North 
Kingstown, by Rev. John Gardiner, Aug. 21, 1817 
Major Joseph Tillinghast, of Providence, and 

Alpha Carpenter, of and at Smithfield, Jan. 15, 1818 

Preserved, of Smithfield, and Betsey Bowen 

Whipple, eldest daughter of Jeremiah, at , „ „ 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 26, 1818 

Mrs. Ruth, of Smithfield, and Stephen 
Tenckes, of North Providence, at Smith- 
field, March 23, 1818 
George and Bebee Balcom, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Phenix of April 11, i8ib 

Shubael F., of Smithfield, and Tabitha Phil- 
lips, of Chatham, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, April 8, 18 18 

Ann S., daughter of Simon, and James 
Bates, both of and at Warwick, by Rev, 
Mr. Littlefield, June 3, 181 8 

Elizabeth Mary, of Smithfield, and Dan Al- 
drich Daniels, of Cumberland, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, July i, 1818 
Christopher O., of Providence, and Phebe A. 
Hunt, daughter of late Capt. Joseph, of 
Pawtuxet, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. lia- 
l^er Sept. 21, 1818 
Joseph and Waitstill Greene, daughter of ^ „ „ « 
Arthur, Esq., at Pawtuxet, Oct. 8, 1818 
Betsey, eldest daughter of Sion, of Scituate, 
and Remington Arnold, Jr., of Warwick, 
at Scituate, by Rev. Henry Tatem, Dec. 17, 1818 
Freelove and Lloyd Greene, both of War- 
wick, at Friends' Meeting House, Crans- 
ton, l^ec. 17, 1S18 
Lucia, of Smithfield, and Samuel Gorton 
Arnold, of Providence, at Uxbridge, by 
Rev. Mr. Judson, I^ec. 17, 1818 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 57 

ARNOLD Samuel Gorton, of Providence, and 

Lucia Arnold, of Smithfield, at Uxbridge, 

by Rev. Mr. Judson, Dec. 17, i8i8 

Remington, Jr., of Warwick, and Betsey 

Arnold, eldest daughter of Sion, of and at 

Scituate, by Rev. Henry Tatem, Dec. 17, 1818 

William and Maria Carrie, daughter of late 

James, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes. Patriot of March 6, 1819 

Capt. Aborn and Clarissa H. Westcott, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 14, 1819 
Louisa M. and Luther Pierson, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. P2des, March 25, 1819 

Peleg and Diana Andrews, at Thom])son, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow, April 25, 1819 

Lemuel H., Esq., attorney at law, of Provi- 
dence, and Sarah Lyman, daughter of 

Hon. Daniel, of and at North Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. P:des, June 23, 1819 

Hannah, daughter of Ephraim, of Warwick, 

and Benjamin Burrows, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Aug. 25, 1819 

Sally, daughter of Asa. of Coventry, and 

Nathan Atwood, of Warwick, at Coventry, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1819 

Lydia and Samuel Budlong, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem. Patriot of Nov. 24, 1819 

William U. and Phebe Ann Low, both of 

and at Warwick Patriot of March 11, 1820 

Nancy, of Cumberland, and James Holmes, 

of Attleboro, at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, of Pawtucket, April 9, 1820 

John B. and Hannah B. Hazard, both of 

Warwick, at Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, May i, 1820 

Nathan A. and Phebe W. Allen, at North 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, Sept. 3, 1820 

Mrs. Rebecca and Job Manchester, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Sept. 6, 1820 
William W., of Warwick, and Dorcas S. 

Page, eldest daughter of Stephen, of and 

at Glocester, Nov. 21, 1820 

Mary G., eldest daughter of late Hon. 

Thomas, and Capt. Benjamin Greene, both 

of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 10, 1820 
Joseph (S. C), of Warwick, and Mrs. Mary 

Collier, of and at Sterling, Ct., Dec. 12, 1820 

Sarah, youngest daughter of William, Esq., 

of Glocester, and Thomas Cutler, of Kill- 

ingly, Ct., at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 

Cooper, April 30, 1821 



58 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ARNOLD Mary.of Uxbridge,Mass., and Willard 

Sayles.of Smithfield, at Uxbridge. Patriot 

of May 5, 1821 

Sarah, youngest daughter of WilHam, Esq., 

of Glocester, and Thomas Cutler, of Kill- 

ingly, Ct., at Glocester. Patriot of May 12, 1821 

Jeremiah Olney and Lovie Ross, both of 

North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft. Patriot of Aug. 8, 1821 

Isaac and Susan B. Ames, daughter of Asa, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. >A'ilson, Aug. 16, 1821 

Welcome and Rebecca Eldredge, both of 

and at Pawtucket. Patriot of Dec. 22, 1821 

Andrew, of Warwick, and Mercy Ann Rem- 
ington, eldest daughter of Daniel, late of 

and at Coventry, Dec. 23, 1821 

Betsey G., second daughter of late Thomas, 

of Warwick, and Christopher A. Whitman, 

of Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, Jan. 20, 1822 

Simeon, of Warwick, and Zerviah Waterman, 

eldest daughter of Dr. George, of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Feb. 21, 1822 

Capt. James and Abby Brown, eldest 

daughter of Gideon, Esq , both of and at 

Johnston, May 16, 1822 

Phebe N. and John C. Westcott, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, May 16, 1822 

Patience B., daughter of Perry G., of East 

Greenwich, and Lucius M. Wheeler, of 

Glocester, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Aug. 4, 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 
Welcome and Amey B. Whipple, daughter 

of Thomas, at North Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Tobey, Oct. 6, 1822 

David R. and Sarah A. Carder, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 3, 1822 

Adelia A. and Elice F"ollett, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Jabez Amesbury, Esq., Nov. 7, 1822 

William P., of Providence, and Amey G. 

Briggs, daughter of William, of and at 

Pawtuxet. Patriot of Dec. 14, 1822 

Ann Marcy, youngest daughter of Col. 

John, and Nehemiah K. Aldrich, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurletff, Dec. 22, 1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 59 

ARNOLD Vashti S., eldest daughter of Israel, 

and Eleazer Whipple, both of and at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Jan. i, 1823 

Alvin, of Warwick, and Susan Budlong, 

youngest daughter of Samuel, lisq., of 

and at Cranston. Patriot of Feb. I2, 1823 

Mary P. and James Westcott, both of and at 

Providence. Patriot of May 14, 1S23 

Richard James, of Providence, and Louisa 

Caroline Gindrat, of Savannah, Ga. , at 

Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell, May 22, 1823 

Capt. William and Amey Ann Tillinghast, 

daughter of late Capt. Joseph, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 29, 1823 
Ann M., of North Providence, and Lebaron 

Martin, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, July 23, 1823 

Stephen, of Savannah, Ga., and Sarah Ann 

Greene, daughter of Capt. James, of and 

at Warwick. Patriot of Oct. 11, 1823 

Samuel, Esq., and Sophia Barnes, daughter 

of late Hon. David L., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 6, 1823 

Christopher, of Warwick, and Mary G. 

Allen, daughter of the late John, Esq., at 

North Kuigstown, by Rev Mr. Allen, Jan. 8, 1824 

Anna, of Cumberland, and Welcome Bussey, 

of Mendon, at Cumberland, by William 

Whipple, Esq., Jan. 18, 1824 

Lucy A. and Henry Remington, at Appo- 

naug. Patriot of Jan. 21, 1824 

Sarah C. C, daughter of late Capt. Perry, of 

East Greenwich, and Daniel Watson, 

M. D., of South Kingstown, at East 

Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Alden, March 21, 1824 

Daniel P., of Ashford, Ct., and Hannah H. 

Lippitt, daughter of Moses, Esq., of and 

at Killingly, Ct. Patriot of March 31, 1824 

Catharine R., of Providence, and Horace N. 

Williams, of Fairfield, N. Y., at New York, 

by Rev. Mr. Onderdonk, Sept. 28, 1824 

James B., of Warwick, and Lucia Page, eld- 
est daughter of Stephen, of and at Glo- 

cester, by Rev. Mr. White, Dec. 9, 1824 

Capt. Samuel and Ann Eliza Carr. youngest 

daughter of late Capt. John, of Warren, at 

Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, April 24, 1825 

Christopher and Clarissa Randall, both of 

Providence, at New York, June 27, 1825 



go VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ARNOLD David and Rhobey Dean, at Taunton. 

Patriot of July 2, 1825 

Ann, of Cranston, and William Snow, of 
Warwick, at Cranston, by Rev. Henry Ta- 
tem, July 26, 1825 

William and Mrs. Lydia Marie, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Cutter, Aug. 14, 1825 

Hannah, only daughter of Russell, of War- 
wick, and Capt. Zachariah R. Tucker, of 
Pawtuxet, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Shurt- 
leff, Oct. 5, 1825 

Thomas Jefferson, of Smithfield, and Lucy 
Nancy Lyon, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 9, 1725 

John P. and Honor Williams, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 30, 1825 

Col. John W., of Warwick, and Eliza Harris, 
of Cranston, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, Oct. 30, 1825 

Emory C, of Cumberland, and Abigail Will- 
iams, of and at Burrillville, Nov. 6, 1825 

Lydia, of Warwick, and John Higgins, of 

North Providence, at Warwick, Nov. 13, 1825 

Eliza, daughter of late Philip, of Johnston, 
and Col. Isaac Matthewson, of Providence, 
at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. White, Dec. 4, 1825 

Sally Ann, daughter of Sion, of Coventry, 
and Henry A. Remington, of Cranston, at 
Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 22, 1825 

Abigail and Nicholas Gardiner, both of and 

at Exeter, by Rev. Mr. Palmer, March 16, 1826 

William, of Cranston, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Mary Daniels, youngest daughter of Luke 
Arnold, late of Smithfield, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, April 9, 1826 

Elizabeth and Philip Tillinghast, both of Ex- 
eter, at North Kingstown, by Rev. Will- 
iam Northup, May 4, 1826 

James, Esq , and Waitey Handy, both of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Aug. 10, 1826 

Almey G., of Warwick, and Isaac B. Ayles- 
worth, of Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1826 

Anna Selina, daughter of late Col. Salmon, 
of Providence, and Charles Tyng, of Nevv- 
buryport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 6, 1826 

Mrs. Maria, of Pi evidence, and Stephen Ar- 
nold, of Scituate, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, Nov. 12, 1826 



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61 



ARNOLD Stephen, of Scituate, and Mrs. Maria 

Arnold, of and at Providence, by Rev, Dr. 

Edes, Nov, 12, 1826 

Joseph, of North Kingstown, and Ruth Fry 

daughter of Thomas, of and at East Green 

wich, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Nov. 26, 1826 

Lydia W., daughter of late Hon. Thomas 

of Warwick, and Charles Morse, Jr., of 

Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Dec. 28, 1826 
Lucy, of Providence, and Henry A. Packard 

of Amhurst, at Providence, by Rev. Dr 

Gano, Jan. 24, 1S27 

Franklin M, and Joanna S. Spaulding, both 

of Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent, March 29, 1827 

Waite and Thomas Lippitt, Esq., both of 

and at Warwick, by Christopher Spencer, 

Esq., July 6, 1827 

Amos and Lucy Darling, both of Cumber- 
land, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann. Esq., Sept. 16, 1827 
Nathan and Harriet Webb, both of Cumber- 
land, at Valley Falls, Oct. 4, 1827 
Avis, of North Kingstown, and Samuel W. 

Wethby, of Providence, at former place, 

by Rev. William Northup, Oct. 7, 1827 

Oliver, of Troy, N, Y., and Sarah Hadwen, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 30, 1827 

Samuel, of Providence, and Margaret Louisa 

Lyman, daughter of Daniel, of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes. Nov. 5, 1827 

Abby C,. of Cumberland, and Lyman Read, 

of North Providence, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., Nov. 14, 1827 

Nicholas and Lydia Ann Bennett, daughter 

of Capt. Caleb, at Natic Village, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, Dec. 13, 1827 

Lydia Tillinghast and Duke Ransom, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 7, 1828 

Mrs. Sarah and Thomas Holden, at War- 
wick. Patriot of Feb. 13, 1828 

Emma and Moses Morse, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., Feb. 24, 1828 

Hannah and Moses B. Wood, at Warwick, Sept. 7, 1828 

Joseph and Abigail H. Leeran, both of North 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Dec. 15, 1828 

Jareb and Ann W. Moulton, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wallen, Jan. t, 1829 

John H., of Taunton, and Betsey Keith, of 

Troy, Mass., at Swanzey, June 7, 1829 



g2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ARNOLD Augustus and Jane Boardman 

Fletcher, third daughter of late Thomas, Oct. 22, 1829 

Eliza H., of Providence, and William Mun- 

day, of Fall River, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Oct. 22, 1829 

Alfred and Sarah W. Sprague, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Prof. Wayland, Jan. 27, 1830 

George C. and Phebe Rhodes, daughter of 

Col. William, at Pavvtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtleff, May 19, 1831 

Oliver C. and Elizabeth Tiffany, daughter of 

James, both of and at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Ross, May 29, 1831 

Sally Harris, youngest daughter of Col. 

Stephen, and William Carder, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Nov. 16, 1831 

Christopher B. and Sarah Truman, daughter 

of late Nathan, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Patterson, Dec. 11, 1832 

ARONIANS Terrence, of Providence, and 

Celia Johnson, of Cranston, at former 

place, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 8, 1827 

ARTHUR Eliza and James Shaw, at Nantucket. 

Patriot of Feb. 6, 1830 

ARY Martha and Robert N. Holmes, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 7, 1818 

ASH Thomas, of London, Eng., and Margaret 

Heath, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of and 

at Newport. Patriot of May 24, 1823 

ASHBURNER Adam, of Philadelphia, and 

Mary P'olgar Grieve, 5th daughter of 

David, of Providence, at Philadelphia, by 

Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 10, 1822 

ASHLEY Luther, of Windham, Ct., and Eliza 

Humphrey, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Watson. Phenix of Sept. 30, 1809 

Richard H., editor of the Berkshire Star, 

and Ann Robinson, daughter of James, 

both of and at Newport. Phenix of June 8, 1816 

Samuel, Esq., and Lydia F. Olney, only 

daughter of James M., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston. Patriot 

of Feb. 17, 1819 

C. R., of Georgia, and D. B. Maxcy, of and 

at Columbia, S. C. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1820 

Aseneth, daughter of Samuel, of Hampton, 

Ct., and George Mason, of Providence, at 

Hampton. Patriot of Dec. 23, 1820 

Aseneth, daughter of Samuel, of Hampton, 

Ct., and George Mason, of Providence, at 

Hampton. Patriot of Dec. 30, 1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 03 

ASHTON Betsey, daughter of late Stephen, 
and Joseph Rand, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev Dr. Gano [correct], Jan. 30, 1820 

Samuel B. and Freelove Brown, daughter of 

Joseph, of Smithfield, at Providence, July 27, 1820 

ASPINWALL Mary F., of Springfield, and Ed- 
ward L. Gruelby, of Portland, at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of July 2, 1S08 

Horatio G. and Ruth S. VVhitmore, daugh- 
ter of Jesse, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Preston, Nov. 29, 1818 

ATHP:RN Cyrus, merchant of Buffalo, N. Y., 
and Lydia Stetson, of Boston, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Sept. 27, 1826 
ATHERTON David, of Attleboro, and Rebecca 
Abell, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, Feb. 7, 181 3 

Elijah, Esq., and Harriet Drake, daughter of 

Gen. Crane, at Canton, Mass. Patriot of March 30, 1825 

Thomas and Grace Tyfield, at Taunton. Pa- 
triot of Aug. 20, 1 83 1 
ATKINS Mary, daughter of Rev. Elisha, of Kill- 
ingly, Ct., and Thomas F. Carpenter, Esq., 
of Providence, at Killingly, June 10, 1823 
ATKINSON Hannah and Samuel Yates, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 17, 1809 

Samuel, P2sq.. of Chilicothe, O., and Mary C. 
Moulton, of Attleboro, at Philadelphia. 
Patriot of Aug. 10, 1822 

Frances and Isaac Pearson, at Lamplugh, in 

Cumberland, Eng. Patriot of Dec. 18, 1822 

James, Senior, Editor of Rhode Island Re- 
publican, and Elizabeth VV Marsh, daugh- 
ter of John, at Newport, April 6, 1826 
ATWATER Eliza M., daughter of Hon. Moses, 
and Lewis Jenkins, formerly of Providence, 
at Canandaigua, N. Y. Pheni.x of Feb. 24, 1816 
ATWELL Samuel Y, and Lydia S. Stillwill, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 31, 1820 

Charlotte, daughter of late Col. Amos, and 
Calvin W. Howe, of New York, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 30, 1825 

Charlotte, daughter of late Col. Amos, of 
Providence, and Calvin W. Howe, of New 
York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 30, 1825 

George E., formerly of Providence, and Mary 
E. Castagnon, of Charleston, S. C, at 
New York. Patriot of Sept. 20, 1828 

Eliza Searle and Gustavus A. Dewitt, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Aug. 25, 1829 



64 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ATWOOD Cyrene and Job Wilbur Fiske, at 
Scituate, by Rev. John Westcott. Phenix 
of Dec. I, 1804 

Rhoda and Enos Randall, at Scituate, by 

Rev. John Westcott. Pheni.x of June 29, 1805 

Hannah and Christopher Harris, at Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Oct. 10, 181 3 

Eliza, of Providence, and Potter Diman, of 

Bristol, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 17, 1815 

Abigail, daughter of Sheffield, and Hersey 
Bradford, Esq., both of and at Bristol, by 
Rev. Bishop Griswold, July 21, 18 16 

Ann O., eldest daughter of David, and James 
E. Butts, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1816 

John W. and Catharine Budlong, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 5, 1817 

Capt. Bradbury C, of Portland, Me., and 
Betsey Gilbert, daughter of Samuel, at 
Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardiner, Feb. 7, 1819 

Nathan, of Warwick, and Sally Arnold, 
daughter of Asa, of and at Coventry, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1819 

John and Abby Newell, both of and at Prov- 
idence, July I, 1820 

David, of Scituate, and Amey Kelton, daugh- 
ter of Harris, of and at Johnston. Patriot 
of March 24, 1821 

Almira and Sterry Baker, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April lo, 1822 

Joanna S., of Providence, and Isaac Wash- 
burn, Jr., of Taunton, at Cranston. Patriot 
of June 5, 1822 

George B. and Eliza F. Baylies, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Nov. 2, 1822 

Ann Eliza, third daughter of Anthony, of 
Johnston, and John H. Rathburn, of Con- 
necticut, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. 
Patriot of Aug. 21, 1824 

Mary, daughter of Sylvester, of Wellington, 
Mass., and Ward Cowing, Jr., of Cherau, 
S. C, at Wellington, by Rev. Mr. Gushee. 
Patriot of Oct. 15, 1825 

Mary L., of Taunton, and Elijah Wilbur, of 
Raynham, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Ham- 
ilton, Aug. 15, 1826 

Harriet and William A. Tyler, both of and 
at Warwick. Patriot of May 26, 1827 

David, of Warwick, and Sarah Gorton, of 
Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 12, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES (55 

AUB0YNP:AU Dr. P. L. Armand, formerly of 
Providence, and Julia Leige, of and at Ro- 
chelle, France. Pheni.x of Feb. 23, 181 1 

AUCHMUTY Isabella, youngest daughter of 
late Robert N., P^sq,, of Newport, and 
Capt. Robert M. Harrison, U. S. Army, at 
P'ort Pike, Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., April 23, 1820 

Samuel O., formerly of Newport, and Susan 
VVoolsey, daughter of late General, and 
sister of Capt. Woolsey, U. S. Navy, at 
Sacketts Harbor, N. Y. Patriot of Aug. 13, 1823 

■AUCHTP:RFARDLE I.ady and David 

Cushnire, of Overdumsisiddling, in Dum- 
fries, at Dumfries, Scot. Phenix of 
AULD Mary and Shadrack Card, at Newport, 

by John A. ColUns, Esq., 
AUSTIN Rebecca and Daniel Corday, both of 
and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gibson, 

Betsey and Joseph Rand, at Providence [in- 
correct], by Re\'. Dr. Gano, 

Mary S., daughter of Horace, and John W. 
Heney, P2sq., at Herculaneum, Mo., 

George, of Lynn, and Betsey R. Chase, 
daughter of Richard, of and at Swanzey. 
Patriot of 

Merebah and John D. Hendley, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah, of Wellington, Mass., and Nathan 
H. Goff, of Rehoboth, at Wellington. Pa- 
triot of 

Edward and Susan H. Watson, daughter of 
Edward, at Newport. Patriot of 

Tabitha, of Coventry, and William \V. Spen- 
cer, at Warwick, 

Nancy M. and Aart>n Dean, at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Cobb, 

Edward and Eliza F. Castoff, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Gammell, 
AVERELL Lucy, of Pomfret, Ct., and Samuel 
Henry, of Otsego Co., N. Y., at Pomfret. 
Patriot of 
AVERILL Lucretia, of Pomfret, Ct., and God- 
frey Brown, of Brooklyn, Ct., at Pomfret, 
by Rev. Mr. Porter. I'atriot of 
AVERY Mary and William H. Smith, at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of 

Ann, daughter-in-law of John Jackson, and 
Joshua Gushing, printer, at Boston. Phe- 
nix of Jan. 7, li 



March 


30, 


i8u 


May 


17. 


1819 


Apri 


2. 


1810 


Jan. 


30, 


1820 


March 


29, 


1821 


June 2, 


1821 


April 


16, 


1823 


April 


19. 


1823 


Aug. 


iS, 


1S24 


Jan 


. 8, 


1826 


March 


16, 


1826 


Oct. 


-'5' 


1826 


Oct. 


'3. 


1821 


April 


12, 


1823 


Sept. 


17. 


1808 



66 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

AVERY Daniel, Esq , 59, and Freelove Mitch- 
ell, 15, at Cayuga Co., N. Y. Patriot of Nov. 8, 1823 
David, Jr., of VVindham, and Ruby Fillmore, 
daughter of Rev. Amaziah, at PVanklin, 
Ct. Patriot of Feb. 4, 1824 
Sally I., of Scituate, and Edward C. Briggs, 

at Warwick, May 13, 1827 

Eliza, of Montgomery, Mass., and Peleg A. 

Rhodes, of Providence, at Montgomery, Oct. 18, 1827 

AYDE Rebecca C. and Hezekiah Willard, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 23, 1822 

AYLESWORTH Miss Sally, 75, and Henry 

Olin, 93, at East Greenwich. Phenix of May 26, 18 10 

Abbie, daughter of John, and Col. Reuben 

Hammond, at P'oster. Patriot of April 30, 1825 

Isaac B., of Coventry, and Almy G. Arnold, 

of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1826 

Elizabeth and Ariel Sayles, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 16, 1831 



B 



BABBETT Henry P. and Eliza Clarke, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 19, 1820 

BABBITT Nancy and Walker Baker, at Taun- 
ton, May 23, 1816 

Ann S. and Oliver Barney, Jr., both of and 

at Taunton. Patriot of July 27, 1822 

James, of Wellington, and Mary H. Wood- 
ward, daughter of Capt. Solomon, of and 
at Taunton. Patriot of Nov. 27, 1824 

Jacob, Jr., and Abby Eliza Briggs, only 
daughter of Lemuel, W., both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Grisvvold, Oct. 7, 1826 

Mary L. and Lemuel M. Leonard, at Taun- 
ton, Oct. 5, 1831 
BABCOCK Nathan and Abigail S. Gay, at Ded- 

ham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Bates. Pheni.x of Sept. 20, 1806 

Charlotte and Joshua Belcher, printer, at 

Milton, Mass. Pheni.x of May 30, 1807 

John and Mrs. Ruth Stratton, widow of John, 
Jr., both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Towle. Pheni.x of Aug. 5, 1809 

Latham and Rosellana Olney Ida, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July ir, 1813 

Louisa, of Plainfreld, Ct., and Jesse Brown, 
of Attleboro, at Providence, Oct. 13, 181 5 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 57 

BABCOCK Iriene, daughter of Arnultl, and 

Sheldon Knight, at Cranston. I'henix of Marcl)2i, 1818 

John W. and Susan Rice, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. leaker, July 5, iSt8 

Henry L., of Coventry, and Mrs. Celinda 
Spaulding, of Plainfield, Ct.. at Lisbon, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Nelson, Nov. i, 1818 

Cyril and Sarah Gorham, daughter of the 
late Samuel, of Providence, at Cranston, 
by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 8, 18 18 

Mrs. Ann, of Westerly, daughter of Lient. 
Gov. Wilco.x, of 1 8th Rhode Island, and 
Coddington Billings, of and at Stonington, July 14, 1819 

Peleg, Jr., and Sally Potter, daughter of 

Rouse, at South Kingstown. Patriot of Nov. 20, iSig 

Mrs. Ruth, widow of Deacon Gideon, of New- 
port, and Rev. Benjamin Peckham, at Tiv- 
erton. Patriot of March 15, 1820 

Gulielma Maria, of South Kmgstown, and 
Sylvester R. Hazard, of Newport, at South 
Kingstown, by Matthew Robinson, Esq., April 23, 1820 

Sarah Ann and John Chambers, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 7, 1820 

Joseph, of Middletown, and Alice R. Hazard, 
daughter of Thomas H., of and at Newport. 
Patriot of F"eb. 25, 1824 

Rev. Rufus, Jr., of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and 
Olive Kicknell Smith, daughter of Nathan- 
iel, Esq, at Barrington, May II, 1824 

Jacob D., of Orange Co., N. Y., and Eliza 
Almy, daughter of Peleg, of and at Ports- 
mouth. Patriot of April 27, 1825 

Mary, of Ameliasburg, U. C , and John Rus- 
sell, formerly of Providence, at Amelias- 
burg. Jan. 26, 1826 

Hannah B, daughter of Rouse, and Oliver D. 
Wells, at Westerly, by Rev. Mr. Stillman. 
Patriot of Feb. 22, 1826 

William and Martha N. Low, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 8, 1826 

Susan P., of Warwick, and Job Albro, of Fos- 
ter, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1826 
BABSON James V., of Providence, and Sarah 
C. Munro, of Boston, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr Gano, June 8, 1823 
BACHE Lieut. Alexander Dallis, U. S. Corps 
of Plngineers, and Nancy Clarke Fowler, 
daughter of Christopher, Esq., at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Sept. 30, 1828 



68 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BACHELER Origon, Esq., editor of the Anti- 
Universalist.and Rachel Thompson, young- 
est daughter of Rev. Oti.s, at Rehoboth, Nov. 6, 1828 
BACHELLOR Leland and Mary Ann Farbush, 

at Grafton. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1832 

BACHUS Thomas, Esq., of Sterling, Ct., and 
Almira Cady, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of 
and at Providence. Patriot of Sept. 15, 1821 

George, of Newport, and Charlotte Sterlmg 
Allen, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr Edes, Sept. 2, 1822 

Andrew, Esq., attorney at law, and Harriet 

Sterling Allen, daughter of late Capt. 

Samuel, of Providence, at Pomfret, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Porter. Patriot of Aug. 5, 1826 

BACON Mary and Mawney Jastram, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, May 10, 1807 

Miss and William Gonsolve, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 29, 1810 

John, of Newport, and Ann Hart, of and at 

Boston, by Rev. Dr. Lathrop, Oct. 5, 181 1 

Joshua and Almy Smith, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Gano. Nov. 11, 18 13 

Lemuel, of Charlestown, Mass., merchant, 
and Lucy Elizabeth Bentley, only daugh- 
ter of Capt. Christopher, of and at Wood- 
stock, Ct., by Rev. Mr, Underwood, March 10. 1814 

Abigail, daughter of Asa, Esq., of Canter- 
bury, Ct., and Col. Walter Paine, of Provi- 
dence, at Canterbury, by Rev. Mr. Meach, Jan. i, 1818 

Petrenella A., daughter of T. G., Esq., of 
Nattaway, Va., and John Marshall, Esq., 
of Lynchburg, Va., by Rev. Thomas Ad- 
ams, in Virginia, June 28, 1821 

Abby and William G. Fenner, both of and at 

Providence. Patriot of March 29, 1823 

William and Mary Ann Justin, both of and 

at Providence Patriot of Jan. 14, 1824 

Capt. Charles F., of Charleston, S. C, and 
E.xperience Thurber, daughter of Darius, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson 
[correct], Jan. 18, 1824 

Charles, of Connecticut, and E.xperience 
Thurber, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson [incorrect], Jan. 18, 1824 

Sarah H., of Woodstock, Ct., and Col. Jared 
W. Williams, attorney at law, of Lancas- 
ter, N. H., at Woodstock, Aug. 10, 1824 

Louisa and William ¥. Clarke, at Slaterville, March 26, 1829 

Nathaniel and Mary Bassett, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Sept. 30, 1827 



PROVIDENCE THENIX-MARRIAGES 69 

BACON William Cory and Mary A. Malbone, 
at Killingly, Ct., by Rev, Mr. VVhitmore. 
Patriot of Dec. 2, 1829 

Nancy and John Augustus Meriam, mer- 
chant, at Bedford. Patriot of April 24, 1830 
BADGER E. M. C, 15, daughter of late Dr. Bad- 
ger, of Rockingham, Vt., and Hosley Jeft, 
56. at Marlboro, N. H. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1824 
BAGG William, 86, and Sarah Miller, 86, after 
63 years' courtship, in England. Patriot 
of June 9, 1824 
BAGGETT Ignatius, 54, and Julia Bright, 15, at 

Washington City. Patriot of June 30, 1819 

BAGGS John and Elizabeth Cornell, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1829 
BAGLEY Mary M. and John A. Mason, both of 

Providence, at Cranston. Patriot of June 28, 1823 

BAILEY Wheaton, of New Bedford, and Abby 
Snow, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Pheni.x of Jan. 31, 1807 

Luther and Ann Peck, daughter of Elisha. 

deceased, Oct. 16, 1808 

Esther, of Greenfield, Mass., and Nathaniel 
Lovell, of Smithfield, at Greenfield, Phe- 
ni.x of June 10, 1809 
William, Esq., of Middletown, and Catharine 
Briggs, daughter of Deacon Jethro, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Tenney, July 2, 1805 
Isaac, of Ward, Mass., and Jane Whitman, 
youngest daughter of Jacob, of Providence, 
at Bristol. Pheni.x of Jan. 6, 18 10 
Peabodie and Susan H. Whitmore, eldest 
daughter of Jesse, Esq., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, April 5, 1812 
Phebe, daughter of William, Esq., and Capt. 
Sidney Smith, U. S. Navy, at Plattsburg, 
N. Y. Phenix of Sept. 14, 1816 
Jane Ardelia, daughter of Capt. Eli, of Paw- 
tu.xet, and Joshua Rathbone, of Wick- 
ford, at Pawtuxet, April 7, 1818 
George I. and Mary N. Chace, daughter of 
James, of Middletown, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy. Patriot of March 24, 1819 
Clarissa and Benjamin H. Ailman, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Oct. 24, 1819 
Miss Elizabeth, 40, and David Hodge, 102 
yrs., 2 mo., both of Columbia Co., Ga. Mr. 
Hodge was at Braddock's Defeat and 
served through the Revolutionary War; 
in Georgia. Patriot of Jan. 22, 1820 



70 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BAILEY Mary and Zenas Hammond, both of 

and at Newport. Patriot of April 12, 1820 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and Joseph Balch, 
Jr., formerly of Boston, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 13, 1821 

Sarah Ann, daughter of William, and Rob- 
ert Chace, at Middletown. Patriot of Dec. 5, 1821 
John, Esq., of Department of State, and 
Ann Young, daughter of David, at Wash- 
ington City, by Rev. Mr. McCormick, Nov. 17, 1822 
WillTam, of Middletown, and Mrs. Sarah 
Gardiner, daughter of late Robert Bray- 
ton, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Whea- 
ton, J""S 30. '823 
John 'Gordon, of Charlestown, Mass., and 
Lucia Crocker Shaw, eldest daughter of 
Josiah C, Esq., of and at Newport, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten, J"!}' M. 1825 
Betsey, daughter of Deacon Abraham, and 
Job Briggs, Jr., at Little Compton, by Rev. 
Mr. Paine, Nov. 23, 1826 
Margaret G., of West Greenwich, and Col. 
James G. Sisson, of Richmond, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 4, '827 
Job S. and Amey Mathewson, daughter of 
Hall, Esq., at West Greenwich, by Elder 
Manchester. Patriot of Jan. 20, 1827 
Varnum and Mercy R. Hall, both of East 

Greenwich, at Warwick, ^eb. 24, 182b 

Capt Henry and Mary Ballou, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb. Patriot of Nov. 15. 182b 

Mrs. Jane and G. W. Keeley, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Alden, Aug. 13, 1829 

BAKER Richard, of Providence, and Lucinda 

Martin, of Rehoboth, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 30, 1803 

Obadiah, of Dedham, and Betsey Metcalf, 
daughter of Joel, Esq., at Providence, by 
Rev- Mr. Edes. Pheni.x of Dec. 19, 1807 

Mrs. Experience, 79, of Rehoboth, and Sim- 
eon Mason, 74, of Swanzey, at Rehoboth. 
Phenix of Feb. 4, 1809 

Ceha, of Scituate, and Gideon Greene, Jr., 
Esq., of Warwick, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Richard Knight. Phenix of Jan. 13, ibio 

Thankful and Ziba Brown, at Kilhngly, Ct. 

Phenix of March3', 1810 

Delilah, only daughter of Rufus, Esq., and „ „ o 

Moses Cooper, at Burrillville. Phenix of May 18, 181 1 

James, of Rehoboth, and Mary Bowen, of , _ 

and at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Lewis, Peb. 21, 1813 



Oct. 8, 


1814 


Jan. 29, 


1815 


April 8, 


1815 


May 4. 
May 23, 


1816 
1816 


Feb. 28, 


1819 


Jan. 16, 


1820 


Jan. 23, 


1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



BAKER George W. and Ednah Hale, at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of 
Henrietta and Martin Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Ruth and Richard M. Cornell, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Pheni.\ 

of 
Prescilla and Capt. James M. Peirce, both of 

Chastestown, Mass., at Providence, 
Walker and Nancy Babbitt, at Taunton, 
Alsey and Stephen H. Chappell, both of and 

at Cranston, 
Oliver and Lillis Barney, daughter of 

Ebenezer, Esq., at Warwick, 
Duty and Polly Paine, youngest daughter of 

Dr. Joseph, at .Smithfield, 
Rachel and Albert E. Bowers, both of and at 

Seekonk, Oct. 5, 1S20 

Huldah, daughter of Jonathan, of Killingly, 

Ct., and Daniel Cornell, of Glocester, at 

Killingly, by David Chace, Esq. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1821 

Elisha and Betsey Jerould, both of and at 

Warwick. Patriot of June23, 1821 

John, of Scituate, R. I., and Eleanor Handy, 

of and at Uxbridge, Mass., by B. Taft, 

Esq., Oct. 7, 1821 

Capt. Jesse and Mary Mason, both of and 

a"t Warren. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1821 

Martha, daughter of Abram, and Arnold 

Paine, 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 

Sally, daughter of Abijah, of Taunton, 

Mass., and Zebedee Williams, of Welling- 
ton, Mass., at Taunton. Patriot of April 13, 1822 
Maria E. and George Lawton, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 15, 1822 

Thomas, of Duxbury, 85, and Hannah Sim- 
mons, 31, at Marshfield, Mass. Patriot of June 15, 1822 
Mrs. Abigail, widow of Capt. Joseph, and 

Moses Thurston, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 16, iS 22 

Esther and William H. Randall, both of and 

at Pawtucket, May 22, 1823 

Polly, of Pawtucket, and Ephraim R. Weth- 

erell, of Wellington, Mass, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, J"ly 'S- '823 

Thacher and Bethiah Baxter, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of Aug. 16, 1823 

Abiather and Lucinda Nutting, both of and 

at Taunton. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1823 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BAKER Dr. Daniel and Dulinda Ralph, eldest 
daughter of Major Ezekiel. both of and at 
Scituate. Patriot of April lo, 1824 

Abby and Jared Sherman, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 11, 1824 

Margaret S., of Swanzey, and Samuel S. 
Young, of Providence, at Swanzey, by Rev. 
Luther Baker, Aug. i, 1824 

Philip and Almira R. Gage, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, Aug. 26, 1824 
Martha A. and Otis French, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Oct. 21, 1824 

Zadock and Ardelia Hall, both of and at 

Taunton. Patriot of Feb. 26, 1825 

Lydia Karris, of Smithfield, and Levi Clarke, 
of Cumberland, at Pawtucket by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, May 29, 1825 

Abigail, daughter of Walker, and Nicholas 

H. Lincoln, at Taunton. Patriot of July 16, 1825 

Eliza, daughter of the late Nathaniel, of Mid- 
dletown, and George W. Peckham, at 
Middletown, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Nov. 22, 1825 

Marchant and Elvira Buffington, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Dec. 8, 1825 

Leonard and Almira Haskins, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Jan. 28, 1826 

Eliza and Silas Sisson, at Plainfield, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Fowler, J^'Y 30, 1826 

Stephen and Dioncey Nowell, daughter of 

John, at Pawtucket. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1826 

Susan, of Pawtucket, and Henry Matthews, 

of Warwick, at Pawtucket. Patriot of Dec. 2, 1826 

Betsey and Joshua T. Williams, of Dighton, 
at Taunton, by Asa Danforth, Esq. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 26, 1827 
Joanna L. and Ephraim Martin, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Nov. 4, 1827 

Moses, of Providence, and Lydia Durfee, 

daughter of Allen, Esq., at Tiverton, Nov. 5, 1827 

Francis and Mrs. Eliza G. Tewell, at New- 
port. Patriot of ^,Jan. 5, 1828 
Sabrina and John C. Turner, at Pawtucket, Peb. 10, 1828 
Hannah and Nicholas V. Gardiner, at Wick- 

ford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, ^eb. 14, 1828 

Sarah and William A. Hopkins, at Paw- 

tucket, , .^ May 14. 1828 

Susan, of Barnstable, and George W. Skiff, 
of Royalston, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, Nov. 2, 1828 



May 21, 


1829 


May 31, 


1829 


May 31, 


1829 


July 27, 


1829 


Feb. II, 


1832 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 73 

BAKER Adelia A., daughter of Jonathan, Esq, 

and William Osborn, at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 10, 182S 

Jeremiah A. and Julia Stanton Bump, eldest 

daughter of Nathaniel, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Warne, April 28, 1829 

Abraham, of Glocester, and Elizabeth Jones, 

daughter of late Gersham, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Farley. Patriot of May 9, 1829 
Elisha VV. and Harriet O. Sheldon, daughter 

of Daniel, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Eliza and Obadiah King, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
Susan, of Foster, and William W. Weather- 
head, of Cumberland, at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Manchester, 
Lovell, of Providence, and Sarah F. Page, 

of and at Salem, Mass., 
Mary, of Tiverton, and James F. Church, of 

Fall River, at Tiverton. Patriot of 
BAMFIELD Ann, 72, and Richard Warren, 87, 

a pensioner of the Royal Artillery. The 

bridesmaid was 74 and the groomsman 73, 

at Plymouth, Eng. Patriot of June 15, 1822 

BANCROFT George, Esq., and Sarah H.Dwight, 

daughter of Hon. Jonathan, Jr., at Spring- 
field, Mass., March i, 1827 
BANGS Charlotte E. and Joseph W. Saunders, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Oct. 11, 1827 

BANK T and Martha Hague, of Gisburn, 

in Craven, Eng. Both of these are twins 

and their twin brother and sister attended. 

The parish clerk and the clergyman are 

twins also. Phenix of Sept. 29, 1810 

BANKS Major Joseph, 60, and Penelope Com- 
mander, 23, in North Carolina. Patriot of Feb. 19, 1820 
BANNISTER Meletiah, of Boston, and Joseph 

Legg, formerly of Boston Theatre, at 

Providence. Phenix of Dec 2, 1815 

Experience A. and Charles A. P"arnum, at 

Smithfield. Patriot of Nov. 28, 1821 

BALCH Sarah Rogers, only daughter of Joseph, 

and John Miller, printer, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. i, 1816 

Joseph, Jr., formerly of Boston, and Mary 

Ann Bailey, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Nov: 13, 1821 



74 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BALCH James R., of Providence, and Mary P. 
Whipple, daughter of Richard, at Peter- 
sham, Mass., 

Sophia P. and Capt. Ebenezer Kelley, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Maria S. and Dr. David Torry, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gaiio, 

Abbie Bright and Stanton Bebee, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Horatio G., Esq., and Mrs. Harriet Mc- 
Lellan, formerly of Warren, R. I., at Port- 
land, Me. I^atriot of 

John R., Jr., and Elizabeth Collins Lawton, 

daughter of Josiah, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Farley, 

BALCOM Nancy, of Attleboro, and Rev. Sylva- 

nus F. Bucklin, of Marlboro, at Attleboro, 

Sophia, of Uxbridge, Mass., and Aaron 
Smith, of Providence, at Uxbridge, by 
Rev. Mr. Judson, 

Bebee and George Arnold, at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Phenix of 

Benjamin, Jr., and Betsey Sweetland, both of 
and at Attleboro. Patriot of 
BALKCOM Nancy, only daughter of Col. Jacob, 
and Rufus P. Barrows, Esq., at Rehoboth, 

Alfred and Nancy Bourn, both of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Patriot of 

Sally and Ezekiel Cornell, at Attleboro. Pa- 
triot of 

Sally and Ezekiel Cornell, at Attleboro. Pa- 
triot of 

Balus and Abigail Newell, daughter of Sam- 
uel, Jr., both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Killham, April i6, 1823 

Frances B. and Abigail Newell, only daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Jr., at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Killham, April 16, 1823 

Elias, of Cumberland, and Abby Bussy, of 
and at Mendon, ' April 24, 1823 

Polly, only daughter of Daniel, and Daniel 

Hunt, both of and at Attleboro, Dec. 27, 1824 

BALL Henry and Mary F. H. Tillinghast, both 

of Newport, at Colchester, Ct. Phenix of Aug. 3, 1805 

Josiah, printer, and Jemima Hunt, at Boston. 

Phenix of Aug. 10, 1805 

Rachal, 39, and John Desper, 21, after a 
week's courtship, at Milford. Mass. Phe- 
nix of Aug. I, 1807 



July 10, 


1822 


Sept. 8, 


1823 


Sept. 16, 


1823 


Oct. 13, 


1824 


March 10, 


1827 


Jan. 10, 


1832 


Sept. 7, 


1809 


Jan. 18, 


1816 


April II, 


1818 


July 6, 


1822 


Nov. 6, 


1815 


Feb. 27, 


1819 


Jan. 18. 


1823 


Jan. 18, 


1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 75 

BALL Ebenezer and Nancy Cumore, at Con- 
cord, N. H. Phenix of A|jril 20, 181 r 

William and Anstress Hutton, both of Attle- 

boro, at Providence. Phenix of Aug. 28, 1813 

Abigail and John Emerson, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Allen Hunt, Esq , March g, 1823 

Sarah M. and Simeon Staples, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 10, 1826 

Hugh S., of Charleston, S. C, and Anna 
Elizabeth Channing, daughter of late 
Walter, Esq., formerly of Newport, at 
Boston. Patriot of March 21, 1827 

BALLARD John, Jr., of Boston, and Hannah 
Greene, second daughter of Dr. Thomas, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. 
Phenix of July 20, 1811 

Polly and Jacob Tourtellot, at Thompson, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow. Patriot of Oct. 9, 1819 

Waitey W., of Burrillville, and George 
Washington Paine, son of Joseph, of and 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Wakefield, Aug. 7, 1825 

Alvin and Lydia Whitford, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, J. P. Patriot of Dec. 4, 1830 

BALLOCK Mrs. , 82, and James Price, 

22, at Caerwant, near Chepstow, Eng. 
Phenix of April 11, 1810 

BALLOU Olive, of Wrentham, and John Butt- 
man, of Providence. Phenix of June 22, 1802 

Mrs. Martha, 74, and Eleazer Bovven, 81, at 
Glocester, by Rev. William Bowen. Phe- 
nix of Dec. 4, 1802 

Levi, Jr., of Cumberland, and Hipza Metcalf, 
of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Williams. 
Phenix of May 19, 1804 

William, of Providence, and Sally Smith, 
daughter of Welcome, of and at North 
Providence. Phenix of Jan. 21, 1S09 

Olney, of Cumberland, and Florentina 

Whipple, of and at Attleboro. Phenix of F"eb. 20, 1813 

Harvey and Ruth Gould, at Smithfield. 
Phenix of Nov. rg, 18 14 

Peter and Martha Cole, at Glocester. Phe- 
nix of Jan. 21, 1 81 5 

Dr. Peter, of Smithfield, and Ruth Sheldon, 

daughter of Roger, of and at Cumberland, March 23, 1817 

F'reelove, daughter of Moses, and David 

Mowry, Jr , at Smithfield. Phenix of Oct. 25, 1817 

Capt. Moses, of Smithfield, and Martha Ran- 
dall, youngest daughter of John, of and at 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 30, 1818 



76 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BALLOU Lucy, eldest daughter of Abner, Esq., 
and Knight Whipple, both of and at 
■:- Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 21, 1819 

Welcome, of Marlboro, N. H., and Louisa 
Jillson, daughter of late Col. Welcome, of 
and at Cumberland, by Smith Arnold, 
Esq., April 2, 1820 

Maturin, 2d, of Smithfield, and Sarah Haw- 
kins, of and at North Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, Oct. 16, 1820 

Betsey, daughter of Abner, Esq., of Cum- 
berland, and Arnold Jenckes, of Wren- 
tham, Mass., at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, Dec. 19, 1820 

Welcome, of Smithfield, and Nabby Dyer, 
daughter of Joseph, Esq., of and at John- 
ston. Patriot of March 24, 1821 

James and Barbara Bliss, both of and at 

Cumberland. Patriot of June i5, 1821 

Adin, of Cumberland, and Abigail Sayles, 
daughter of Smith, of and at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, of Cumberland, Jan. 24, 1822 

Martha, of Richmond, N. H., and Nathan- 
iel Keyes, of Shrewsbury, Vt., at Smith- 
field, R. I. Patriot of July 24, 1822 

Leonard and Ann Eliza Amesbury, daughter 
of Joseph, Esq., at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, Nov. 6, 1822 

Alraira, daughter of Flavins, of Cumberland, 
and Orin Sayles, of Franklin, Mass., at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 12, 1823 

Almira, daughter of Flavins, of Cumberland, 
and Orin Sayles, of Franklin, Mass., at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 12, 1823 

Jeremiah, of Killingly, Ct., and Abigail H. 

Giles, of and at Scituate, June 18, 1823 

Nancy, daughter of Ziba, of Cumberland, 
and Nathan Verry, Jr., of Mendon, at 
Cumberland. Patriot of June 28, 1823 

Fenner, of Cumberland, and Julia Ann Al- 
drich, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. 
Pickering, Oct. 23, 1823 

Keziah, daughter of Ziba, of Cumberland, 
and Alvah Aldrich, of Smithfield, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 13, 1823 

Martin, of Cumberland, and Sarah Rathbone, 
of North Kingstown, at Brooklyn, Ct. 
Patriot of Jan. 3, 1824 

Barton, of Cumberland, and Sarah Rathburn, 
of North Kingstown, daughter of A bra- 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 77 

BALLOU: 

ham B., at Brooklyn. Ct., by Rev. Mr. 
Whitney. Patriot o'f Jan. 17, 1824 

Welcome, of Cumberland, and Eliza Cash- 
man, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Kilham, Feb. 8, 1824 

Wilson and Sarah Ann Peckham, daughter 
of Col. Seth, at Chepachet, by Rev. Mr. 
Lawrence; denied issue of Oct. 6, Sept. 29, 1824 

George C. and Ruth E. Aldrich, daughter of 
Caleb, both of and at Smithfield, by Lewis 
Dexter, Esq., May 24, 1S25 

Miranda and Burrill Aldrich, at Smithfield, June 5, 1825 

Capt. Hosea and Ann Whipple, daughter of 
late Capt. Stephen, both of Cumberland, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 11, 1825 

Amey and Henry Bragg, both of Cumber- 
land, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
jpig Sept. 10, 1826 

Capt ' Willard and Susan Newell, both of 

and at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Feb. 8, 1827 

Fanny, daughter of Rev. Hosea, and Leonard 

Holmes, at Boston. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1827 

Marcus A. and Alice Carr, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., Aug. 17, 1828 

Mary and Capt. Henry Bailey, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Webb. Patriot of Nov. 15, 1828 

Condace, of Glocester, and Henry W. Slo- 
cum, formerly of Providence, at Chepachet, 
by Mowry Smith, Esq., Nov. 23, 1828 

Emma Ann, daughter of Zibia, of Cumber- 
land, and John W. Chandler, of Providence, 
merchant, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. ^ , „ „ 

Pickering, Feb. 8, 1829 

Ann Susan, of Cumberland, and Gardiner 
Hale, of Smithfield, at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 8, 1829 

Mrs. Margaret and William Butler, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. Patriot of July 3, 1830 
BALDWIN Benjamin and Sylvania Williams, 
daughter of Waterman, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, March 15, 1807 



Mary Ann, daughter of John, anh David Le- 

favour, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. i, 1824 

John A., of Dunstable, N. H., and Sarah 

Collins, daughter of John A., of Newport, ^ o ^ 

at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Lowell, Oct. 16, 1826 

Eliza M., daughter of late John, and Rev. 

George Taft, at St. Paul's Church, Paw- 

tucket, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, May 29, 183 1 



Yg VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BARBARIN Lieut. F. N., U. S. Army, and Sa- 
rah M. Tatten, of Island of St. Croix, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, May 28, 1829 

BARBER James, of Providence, and Sally Pratt, 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 23, 1802 

William, one of the publishers of the New- 
port Mercury, and Mary Davenport, daugh- 
ter of late Gideon, both of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 4, 181 1 

Hannah and Thomas Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 13, 181 1 

Betsey and Joseph G. Snow, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phenix 
of July 2, 1814 

John H., Jr., editor of the Newport Mercury, 
and Lydia Lee, daughter of William, both 
of and at Newport. Patriot of July 10, 1824 

John and Waitey Castle, both of Warwick, 

at Cranston, by Rev. Henry Tatem, Sept. 18, 1825 

Lavindia, of Providence, and Samuel P. El- 
dred, of North Kingstown, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 2, 1829 

Albert, of Providence, and Hulda Weather- 
head, of and at Cumberland, Nov. 26, 1829 

Bathsheba A., of Bellingham, Mass., and Ste- 
phen Benedict, of Albion Mills, Sraithfield, 
at Bellingham. Patriot of Aug. 11, 1830 

BARCLAY Capt. Thomas, of British Navy, and 
Catherine Channing, daughter of Walter, 
Esq., of and at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Chan- 
nincr, Eeb. 21, 1821 

BARDINE Lydia, daughter of Comfort, and 
Waterman Pratt, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phe- 
nix of Feb. 18, 1804 
BARLOW Eliza N., daughter of late Capt. 
Moses, of Newport, and Capt. William 
Ellis, of Falmouth, Mass., at Newport. 
Patriot of Oct. 11, 1S23 

Joel L. and Catherine Burroughs, at New- 
port. Patriot of March 8, 1828 
BARKER Nathaniel and Mary Peckham, daugh- 
ter of Peleg, at Middletown, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy. Phenix of Dec. 17, 1803 

Gideon and Roby Child, at Providence. 

Phenix of March 10, 1804 

Dorcas, only daughter of Isaac, Esq., and 
John Barker, at Middletown, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy. Phenix of April 20, 1805 

John and Dorcas Barker, only daughter of 
Isaac, Esq., at Middletown, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy. Phenix of April 20, 1805 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 79 

BARKER Cynthia, only daughter of Gideon, 
and Gideon Peckham, at Middletown. 
Phenixof Jan. i8, 1806 

Capt. Stephen, of Middletown, and Martha 
Peckham, daughter of Joshua, Esq., of 
and at Newport, Dec. 24, 1807 

Cyrus and Ann Lockwood Arnold, daughter 
of late Joseph, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 13, 1S08 

Rachel, daughter of David, and Abner Peck- 
ham, at Middletown. Phenixof March 13, 1813 

James and Ruth Wilcox, both of and at 
Middletown, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Phenix 
of May 21, 1814 

Susan Marsh, eldest daughter of late Isaac, 
and Allen Cooper, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Aug. 10, 1816 

Abby and John S. Maxson, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Jan. I2, 181 7 

William C. and Phebe Peck, daughter of 
Isaac, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, March 30, 18 17 

Abigail G., of Gorham, Me., and John John- 
son, of Providence, at Gorham. Phenix of May 31, 181 7 

Sarah and Minzey Sweet, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 18, 181 8 

Hiram and Ruth Searle, daughter of late Sol- 
omon, Jr., of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. i, 1S18 

Ann E., danghter of Capt. Richard, and 
John Gladdmg, both of and at Newport. 
Phenixof Dec. 12, 18 18 

Abraham, of Tiverton, and Margaret Ruffum, 
daughter of David, of and at Newport, at 
Eriends' Meeting House. Patriot of Jan. 13, 1819 

Stephen, Jr., and Elizabeth Manchester, 
daughter of William, both of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Patriot of March 10, 1819 

Mary and Job Tew, both of and at Newport. 

Patriot of April 19, 1820 

Frances, of Providence, and Nathaniel Holt, 
of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, ^ept- 7. 1820 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Stephen, and John 

Read, Jr., both of and at Newport. Pa- , „ „ 

triot of ^^^- '8. 1820 

Capt. Samuel, Jr., and Elizabeth Stevens, 

daughter of late Thomas, both of and at ^ , „ 
Nevvport- Patriot of Oct. 18, 1820 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BARKER Benedict S. and Susan Albro, both 

of and at Newport. Patriot of Jan. lo, 1821 

Joseph S. and Alice Albro, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 10, 1821 
Sally, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., of Hop- 
kinton, and Timothy Peckham, 3d, of 
South Kingstown, at Hopkinton. Patriot 
of Jan. 3r, 1821 
Ruth L., of Middletown, and Thomas Law- 
ton, of Noith Kingstown, at Newport. 
Patriot of April 21, 1821 
Eliphaz, of Middletown, and Cynthia Ann 
Sherman, of Portsmouth, at Middletown. 
Patriot of April 28, 1821 
Hannah, daughter of Esbon, and Christo- 
pher Albro, at Portsmouth. Patriot of Dec. 26, 1821 
Ann and William Greenman, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of April 30, 1823 

Pamela and John Hull, at Newport. Patriot 

of May 7, 1823 

Capt. Hiram and Maria Gladding Snow, 
daughter of John, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 28, 1823 
Charles and Sarah T. Peckham, at Middle- 
town. Patriot of Nov. 26, 1823 
Hannah H., daughter of late Joshua, and Eb- 
enezer Clarke, both of and at Newport. 
Patriot of Nov. 10, 1824 
Sarah, daughter of Lemuel, of Philadelphia, 
and, Solomon Paine, of Canterbury, Ct., 
at Concord, N. H., by Rev. Dr. McF"ar- 
land, Jan. 17. 1825 
Eliza, daughter of Giles, and Noah Shaw, at 
Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham. 
Patriot of Nov. 2, 1825 
William and Eliza Ann Thomas, both of and 

at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Nov. 17, 1825 

Amey A., daughter of Capt. James, and 
Henry J. Hudson, both of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, May 14, 1826 
Phebe and George P. Lawton, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Gammell, May 21, 1826 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and Hezekiah Nor- 
ris, of Bristol, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Aug. 8, 1826 

Daniel L. and Mary M. Briggs, both of Prov- 
idence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Seaman, Sept. i8, 1826 
Lucy C, aged 11 yrs., 8 mo., and Samuel Al- 

derson. Patriot of Oct. 4, 1826 

Catherine and Thomas Bentley, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 8, 1827 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES yl 

BARKER Joseph A. and Sarah K. Cooke, 
daughter of laie Thomas, both of Provi- 
dence, at New York. Patriot of May 23, 1827 

Mrs. Frances, widow of Nathan, and Major 
John A. Collins, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy, Aug. 26, 1827 

Matilda and Ebenezer Shedell, both of and 
at Providence, Nov. 21, 1827 

Eunice S. and Benjamin J. Brown, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. President Way- 
land, ' Jan. 27, 1828 

Thomas and Sally Ann Earle, both of and 

at Providence, July 31, 1828 

I<"rances and John Fish, both of and at Ports- 
mouth. Patriot of Aug. 9, 1828 

Sarah Ann, of Pavvtucket, and Joshua Ingra- 

ham, of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, Sept. 7, 1828 

Col. William C. and Sarah A. Jenckes, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 30, 1828 

John H. and Keziah Sanford, daughter of 
Pelcg, of Middletown, at Newport. Patriot 
of Jan. 28, 1829 

BARNABY James and Abigail Burt, both of 

and at Berkeley, Mass Phenix of Sept. 8, 18 10 

BARNARD Mary H., of Wilmington, N. C, 
and William H. Lippitt, formerly of Prov- 
idence, at former place. Patriot of Feb. 11, 1826 

Benjamin, of Portland, Me , and Elizabeth 

Huntington, at Newport. Patriot of July 8, 1826 

Capt. Joshua, of New Bedford, and Mary L. 
Anthony, of Somerset, at Swanzey. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 9, 1826 
BARNETT Moses, of Boston, and Catharine 
Read, of Leominster, at Bristol, R. I. Phe- 
nix of Sept. 14, 1816 

Naomi and Alden Pabodie, at Canterbury, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr Murdock, Sept. 14, 1826 

BARNES Samuel, printer, and Susan Dobbin, 

both of and at Baltimore. Phenix of Dec. 12, 1S07 

Jonathan and Nancy Lovell, youngest daugh- 
ter of Alexander, at Smithfield. Phenix 
of March 11, 1809 

Alfred, of Barrington, and Keziah Daggett, 
daughter of Levi, of and at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman, March i, 1818 

Alice and Paul Smith, at Burrillville, June 22, 1818 

George Leonard, Esq., and Maria Sherman, 
only daughter of late Nathan, both of and 
at Smithfield, Oct. i, 1821 



82 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BARNES Ann K., daughter of late David L., 

and Peter Pratt, Esq., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 6, 1821 

Olney, of Smithfield, and Celinda Evans, 

daughter of Anan, of and at Glocester, by 

John Hawkins, Esq., March 30, 1822 

James and P"rances Beverly, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Baker, June 10, 1822 

Levi and Joanna Paine, both of and at Smith- 
field, July 24, 1823 
Sophia, daughter of Hon. David L., deceased, 

and Samuel Arnold, Esq., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 6, 1823 

Susan L. and Joseph P. Newman, at War- 
ren. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1826 
Hannah, daughter of late Samuel, and John 

Daggett, of Seekonk, at Barrington, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, July 22, 1827 

Dexter and Mary Bullard, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Dec. 24, 1828 

Talmerick and Sarah Olney, both of Fruit 

Hill, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, March 24, 1829 
Gen. George L. and Eliza Greene Aboni, 

daughter of James, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Farley, April 21, 1831 

BARNEY Oliver C., Jr , and Frances Gibbs, 

both of Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Wight, March 13, 1809 

John, of New York, and Mrs. E.xperience 

Thurber, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Nov. 2, 181 2 

Sarah A., daughter of Peleg, of Swanzey, 

and Anthony Van Santroard, Jr., of Al- 
bany, N. Y., at Bristol. Pheni.x of Oct. 29, 18 14 
Lois M., of Providence, and George V. Phil- 
lips, of Taunton, Mass., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 31, 1816 

Content, of Swanzey, and Samuel P. 

Stephens, of Seekonk, at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Mr. Lewis, March 14, 1819 

Alexander and Mrs. Rosanna Packard, of 

Cumberland, formerly of Providence, at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 30, 1819 

Lillas, daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., and 

Oliver Baker, at Warwick, Jan. 16, 1820 

Phebe and Benjamin Miller, Jr., both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 5, 1820 

Mary and Charles C. Gushing, both of and 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 11, 1821 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES gy 

BARNEY Oliver, Jr., and Ann S. Babbitt, both 

of and at Taunton. Patriot of 
Lyman and Harriet King, at Cranston. Pa- 
triot of 
Abigail, daughter of Oliver, and Alvin 

Woodward, both of and at Taunton. Pa- 
triot of 
John and Ann Harvey, at Taunton. Patriot 

of 
Jabez, of Svvanzey, and Ann Eliza Horton, 

of Mendon, at Seekonk. Patriot of 
Mary and Edward C. Sparks, both of and at 

Warren. Patriot of 
Mrs. Sarah and Elisha Smith, at Newport. 

Patriot of 
Mrs. Sarah and Elisha Smith, at Newport. 

Patriot of 
Israel, of Providence, and Sarah Ann Card, 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Bildad, of Hallowell, Me., and Sally Leonard, 

of and at Taunton. Patriot of 
Lydia G., daughter of late Cromwell, and 

William Weeden, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
Rev. James O., of Seekonk, and Eliza Lathe, 

of and at Charlton, by Rev. Mr. Rich, 
Angeline, daughter of Mason, Esq, and John 

I). Mason, both of and at Swanzey, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Mrs. Wealthy, of Taunton, and Capt. Seth 

Keith, of and at Middleboro. Patriot of 
Abby O., daughter of late Cromwell, and 

Rowland livans, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes. Patriot of April 18, 

Amanda and James Harney, both of Reho- 

both. at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor. 

Patriot of April 25, 

James and Amanda Harney, both of Reho- 

both, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor. 

Patriot of 
Mrs. Eanny and James B. Beverley, both of 

Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 
Simon W. and Hannah Oliver, of Milford, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 
Cromwell, of Swanzey, and lielinda Pearce, 

of and at Barneyville, 
Henry Edes, of Providence, and Ann Fran- 
ces Washburn, of and at Taunton, by Rev. 

Mr. Hamilton, 



July 27, 


822 


April 19, 


823 


Dec. 27, 


823 


Jan. 10, 


1824 


Jan. 28, 


824 


Feb. 25, 


824 


April 5, 


824 


April 28, 


824 


June 17, 


824 


June 19, 


824 


Sept. 12, 


824 


May 18, 


825 


Oct. 3, 


825 


Feb. 10, 


827 



April 25. 


S27 


Feb. 2, 


828 


Sept. 21, 


828 


Jan. 2, 


830 


March 2, 


830 



827 



827 



I 



84 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

15ARNEY Hiram, of Pawtucket, and Elizabeth 

Smith, eldest daughter of Bernard, of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway. Patriot 

of Dec. 4, 1830 

Isaiah, of Seekonk,and Ruth M. Jenckes, of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Lewis. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 29, 1830 
BARNUM Harriet and Capt. Samuel Noyes, 

both of Wellington, Mass., at Newport. 

Patriot of Aug. 3, 1822 

BARNWELL Mrs. Mary, of Beaufort, S. C, 

and C. Milton Maxcy, Esq., attorney at 

law, at Beaufort. Phenix of Aug. 13, 1808 

BARON Capt. William C. and Eliza H. Water- 
man, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, Jan. 20, i8i6 

BARR James, Jr., U. S. Navy, and Sarah 

Shaw, both of Salem, at Providence, Sept. 3, 1813 

BARRATT George and Hannah Hull, at Provi- 
dence, Dec. 19, 1822 
BARRETT Sally S. and John Prentiss, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 21, 1812 

Jeremiah S., of Boston, and Betsey Prentice, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Rlr. Wilson, June 27, 1821 
and Mrs. Henry, both of the 

Boston and Providence Theatres, at New 

York, June 24, 1825 

Ann, of New York, and Capt. George R. 

Hazard, formerly of Newport, at Rich- 
mond, Va. Patriot of March 15, 1826 
Bathsheba and Robert Goff, at Taunton, July i, 1827 
BARRON Mary A. A., youngest daughter of 

Capt. James, U. S. Navy, and Lieut. 

George S. Blake [of Mass.] U. S. Navy, 

at Gosport, Va., Aug. 16, 1829 

BARROWS Dr. Thomas M. and Mrs. Sarah 

Cooke, daughter of late Col. Levi Hall. 

Phenix of Jan. 21, 1804 

Nathaniel and Sophia Chaffee, daughter of 

the late Amos, at Providence, by Rev Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 6, 18 10 

Charlotte and Levi Fuller, at Thetford, Vt. 

The groom is 6 feet, 9 inches tall, while 

the bride is very short in stature. Phenix 

of June 15, 181 1 

Rufus P., Esq., and Nancy Balkcom, only 

daughter of Col. Jacob, at Rehoboth, Nov. 6, 1815 

Comfort, of Attleboro, and Mela Blake, of 

Wrentham, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 

Nelson, Dec. 11, 1817 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES ^5 

BARROWS James and Sarah J. Bolster, both 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, 

at St. Paul's Church, March ig, 1818 

Thomas Manning, M. D., of Providence, and 

Louisa Rebecca Sanford, daughter of 

Isaac, of and at Hartford, by Rev. Mr. 

Wainwright. Phenix of Dec. 5, iSiS 

Clarissa, daughter of Milton, and Samuel 

Guild, of Dedharu, Mass., at Attleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Carrique, April 10, 1822 

Capt. Daniel B. and Sylvania A. Winslow, 

both of and at Warren. Patriot of Aug. 13, 1823 

Sabra J., of North Providence, and Daniel 

B. Hawes, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. Patriot of Nov. 12, 1823 

Alfred and Louisa Everett, at Attleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Kellum, Nov. 2, 1826 

Alfred and Louisa Everett, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Kellum, Nov. 2, 1826 

BARRUS Dr. Rufus L., of Boston, and Lydia 

Meade, of Charlestovvn, Mass., at Provi- 
dence. Pheni.\ of July 21, 18 10 
Sally, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of Kill- 

ingly, Ct., and Lieut. Benjamin C. Potter, 

of and at Coventry, by Obed Perkins, 

Esq., Sept. 24, 1820 

BARRY Richard, 73, and Miss Burns. 

20, at Lincoln, N. C. Patriot of Aug. 11, 1830 

BARSTOW Isaac and Sally Walker, by Rev. 

Mr. Cornell, Jan. 6, 1805 

William, formerly of Providence, and Waitey 

Reynolds, of and at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. 

Northup. Pheni.x of Dec. 9, 1809 

Richard, of Rochester, Mass., and Mary M. 

Munro, daughter of Josiah, both now of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, May 18, 1821 

. Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of p;iias, and 

Thomas Hathaway, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Dec. 25, 1821 
Charles C. and Amelia Williams, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Nov. 22, 1823 

Capt, William C, of New York, and Sarah 

F. Martin, daughter of Capt. Silas, of 

Pembroke, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, May 4, 1825 

Elias, Jr., and Margaret Downing, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 16, 1826 
Margaret, daughter of Joshua, of Preston, Ct., 

and Norman Robinson, of Providence, at 

Preston. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1826 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KARSTOVV Billings, of Providence, and Char- 
lotte Pond, daughter of Capt. Jabez, at 
Wrentham, Mass., by Rev. Dr. Fiske, Jan. i, 1827 

Edwin and Harriet Albro, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Sept. 28, 1828 

John, of New York, and Sarah Svvoope 
Thompson, daughter of late Edward K.,of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 11, 1828 

BARTLETT Catherine and John F. Tucker, of 

Providence, at Dudley, Mass., May 7, 181 5 

Smith and Mrs. Sarah Gladding, daughter of 
the late John Russell, of Providence, at 
Kingston, U. C, ^^eb. i, 1824 

Sally, of Smithfield, and Dan Robinson, of 

Pawtucket, at Smithfield. Patriot of May 8, 1822 

Nancy, of Cumberland, and P"rancis Bourne, 

of Providence, at Cumberland, June 3, 1824 

Melinda, 65, and Major N. Durkee, 80, at 
Savannah, Ga., by Justice Dobbins. I^atriot 
of June 15, 1822 

Maria, of Cumberland, and Anthony Sweet, 
of Smithfield, at Cumberland, by William 
Whipple, Esq., Aug. 18, 1825 

Otis and Waitey Allen, daughter of Walter, 
Esq., at Friends' Meeting House, Smith- 
field, Sept. 7. 1826 
Abby and George M. Streeter, both of Smith- 
field, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Aug. 16, 1827 
Elisha, of Lowell, and Elizabeth Slater, 
daughter of John, of and at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft, . June 4, 1829 
Benjamin and Margaret Freeman, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, J. P. Patriot of Feb. 6, 1830 
Lieut. William H. C, of U. S Engineer 
Corps, and Harriet Whitehorne, daughter 
of Samuel, at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 13, 1830 
William R., formerly of Providence, and 
Sophia Dalton, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 
M P., of and at Kingston, U. C, by the 
Venerable Archdeacon, May 8, 1830 
John R , cashier of Globe Bank, and Eliza 
A. Rhodes, daughter of Gen. Christopher, 
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, May 15, 183 1 
BARTON John and Ann Williams, daughter of 

Caleb, at Providence. Phenix of Dec. 18, 1802 

Sophia and Charles Williams, at Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Hill, J-i'i- 6, 1805 

Mary, 52, and George L. Wade, 19, at Otsego, 

NY. Phenix of March 14, 1807 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 87 

BARTON Anna M., eldest daughter of General 

William, of Providence, and Apollas Cush- 

man Esq., attorney at law, of Plainfield, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Messer, June 21, 1809 
Rebecca, daughter of William, Esq., and 

Capt. Seth Snell, Jr., at Warren. Phenix 

of July 8, 1809 

Sarah M., daughter of General William, and 

Capt. Herman B. Adams, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Messer, Oct. 3, [812 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Capt. Rufus, and 

William O. Howard, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 14, 1816 
Capt. Alfred, and Margaret C. Turner, eldest 

daughter of Capt. William, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, Oct. 15, 1820 

Henry and Ann Eliza Taylor, daughter of 

Peter, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. \Vilson, Oct. 6, 1823 

Ruth, daughter of Elder William, of Taunton, 

and John Marble, Jr., of Somerset, at 

Taunton. Patriot of April 8, 1826 

Mary B., daughter of William, and Jeremiah 

Cranston, at Taunton. Patriot of March 14, 1827 

Celinda Harris, daughter of David, and Major 

John Waterman Aborn, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, June 13, 1827 

Emeline P., daughter of John B., Esq., and 

William H. Martin, both of Providence, at 

Enfield, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Robbins, July 5, 1827 

Benjamin, Jr., and Catharine Sisson, at War- 
ren, Nov. 25, 1S27 
Mary W., of Providence, and J. N. Bolles, 

formerly of Thompson, Ct., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Church, April 23, 1829 

Samuel, of Richmond Co., N. Y., and Mary 

E. Duffie, daughter of James, of and at 

New York. Patriot of Dec. 30, 1829 

Ann Maria, daughter of late Capt. Rufus, of 

Providence, and Edward Pike, of Warwick, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 17, 1830 

Richard H., editor of Something New, and 

Sarah French, of Tewkesbury, at Charles- 
town, Mass. Patriot of July 28, 1830 
Rhoda C, daughter of John B., and Rev. 

James Huchins, of South Reading, Mass., 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 25, 1832 

BASGOOD Mrs. Lydia and George Bucklin, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, ■ Nov. 29, 1827 



88 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BASIN William and Polly G, Rogers, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. i, 1823 
BASS Mrs. Sarah H., of Boston, and Oliver 
Steele, printer, formerly of Providence, at 
Boston. Pheni.x of Nov. 20, 1802 

George and Susan Bird, at Boston, by Rev. 

Mr. Halley. Phenix of April 20. 181 1 

Mary Ann, of .Bozrah, Ct., and John Bate, of 
Williamstown, Mass., at Bozrah, after an 
hour's courtship. Patriot of Aug. 21, 1819 

BASSETT Massa, of Providence, and Chloe 
Hodges, eldest daughter of Isaac, at Nor- 
ton, Mass. Phenix of Sept. 15, 1804 

Chloe and John Stewman, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Phenix of Dec. 2, 181 5 

Luther and Emeline Marble, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, May 7, 1820 

P^dnah and Albert Clafflin, at Central Falls, 

by Rev. Mr. Greene. Patriot of Dec. 22, 1824 

Rebecca D. and Duane Kendall, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 15, 1825 

Ebenezer Young and Saloma Ann Manches- 
ter, at Pawtucket, March 9, 1826 

Lydia and Nathaniel E^ldredge, both of and 

at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Sept. 30, 1827 

Mary and Nathaniel Bacon, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann., Esq., Sept. 30, 1827 

BASTO William, of Killingly, Ct., and Thankful 
Clough, of and at Thompson, Ct. Phenix 
of Jan. 28, 1809 

BASTOW Capt. James, of Rochester, Mass., 
and Sarah Munro, youngest daughter of 
Josiah, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Aug. 12, 18 19 

BATCHELDER Thomas and Martha Much- 
more, at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Ballou. 
Phenix of April 27, iSii 

Peter, of New Ipswich, N. H., and Margaret 
Mitchell, of Peterboro, N. H., at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of Sept. 3, 18 14 
BATCMELLOR Warren, of Providence, and 
Phebe Westcott, of and at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Jan. 16, 1813 

Warren and Harriet Keeley, of Oakham, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Tontinson, April 10, 1823 

BATE John, of Williamstown, Mass., and Mary 
Ann Bass, of and at Bozrah, Ct.. after an 
hour's courtship. Patriot of Aug. 21, 1819 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 39 

BATES Harriet, 11, and Thaddeus Gale, 43, at 

East Hartford, Ct. Phenix of Aug. 10, 1805 

H. G. and Mary Munro, daughter of John L., July 3, 1810 

Susan, of Providence, and Caleb Jordan, at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Nov. 15, 1812 

Capt. Tnomas, of New York, and Mrs. Sarah 
Sands, of Providence, of the Episcopal 
Church, Hartford, Ct., Nov. 3, 1813 

Daniel, of Providence, and Susan Casey, of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Rich. Phe- 
nix of Dec. 4, 1813 

Nancy and Gerathman Mowry, at Providence. 

Phenix of March 5, 1814 

Silas, of Exeter, and Ruth Mulkin, of and at 

Preston, Ct. Phenix of Nov. 25, 181 5 

James, of Coventry, and Elizabeth Arnold, 

of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Feb. 4, 1816 

Sally, second daughter of Asa, of Coventry, 
and Ebenezer Rice, at Coventry, by Rev. 
Mr. Farnum, Oct. 31, 1816 

James and Ann S. Arnold, daughter of Si- 
mon, both of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Littlefield, June 3, 1818 

Mrs. and James C. Cummings, of the 

Missouri Gazette, at St. Louis, Mo. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 17, 1821 

Michael G. C. and Maria P. Davenport, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 20, 1822 

Ruth G., daughter of Col. James N., and 
William Jenckes, at Proviclence, by Rev. 
Mr. Mace, Oct. 30, 1822 

Mrs. Harriet and Lodowick Cooper, at Wick- 

ford. Patriot of Dec. 28, 1822 

Asa and Achsah Miller Fales, at Attleboro. 

Patriot of Jan. iS, 1823 

Asa and Achsah Miller Fales, at Attleboro. 

Patriot of Jan. 18, 1823 

Napoleon Bonaparte and Mrs. Olive Hawes, 
both of and at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Oct. 5, 1823 

Paul and Temperance C. Tubbs, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 20, 1825 

Julia, of Mendon, and Pelatiah Smith, Jr., of 
Bellingham, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Dag- 
gett, Aug. 14, 1S27 

Cranston and Martha Ross, at Coventry. 

Phenix of May 7, 1808 

Levi and Fanny H. Simpson, at Boston. Pa- 
triot of March 20, 1830 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BATEMAN Joanna, daughter of Thomas, of 
East Greenwich, and Hazard Carder, of 
Warwick, at former place, by Rev. Mr. 
Manchester. Patriot of Nov. 12, 1823 

Joseph and Phebe Wilcox, both of Providence, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, Nov. 2, 1826 

BATTERSON Hannah D., of Smithfield, and 
Philip A. Slade, of North Providence, at 
Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Aug. 15. 1824 

BATTEY Rebecca and Peter Deveille, at Provi- 

dence. Phenix of April 14, 1804 

James, Esq., of Coventry, and Mary Greene, 
eldest daughter of Hon. Stephen, Esq , at 
East Greenwich. Phenix of ^eb. 7, '807 

Dorcas, of Cranston, and David Anthony, of 
Providence, at Cranston, at the Friends' 
Meetmg House there. Phenix of Sept. 20, 1817 

Eliza, of Providence, and Alexander G. 
Raiford, of Louisville, Ga., by Rev. Mr. 
Kennedy, , ^^'"'^^ 30, 1819 

Henry and Susan S. Smith, daughter of Jo- 
seph, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, Nov. 17, 1822 

Sheldon, of Louisville, Ga , and Mrs. Eliza 
Blashf^eld, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, ^ Sept. 16, 1823 

Orfuentus, daughter of General William, of 
Wickford, and ]5ucklin Mathewson, of 
Lisbon, Ct , at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. ^ o . 

Gale, Nov. 16, 1825 

Marcia' daughter of William, of Scituate, and 
p:iiiah Codding, of Providence, at Scituate, 
by Rev. Mr. Knight, Dec. 21, 1826 

Elizabeth Ann, of Providence, and Erastus 
Farnum, formerly of Boston, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 16, 1827 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of the late Thomas 
Harris, formerly of this State, and Oba- 
diah Fenner, of Foster, at Lisbon, Ct., by 
Rev, Mr. Nelson, Nov. 24, 1831 

BAXTER Gedutha, of Dennis, Mass., and Rob- 

ert Gibbs, of Sandwich, at Providence, Aug. 25, 1816 

Lovey, daughter of Shubael, of Yarmouth, 

Mass., and Reiurn Smith, at Pavvtuxet, by ^, ^ o 

Rev. Mr. Littlef^eld. Patriot of May 8, 1819 

Jelinia and Matthew Egan, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Patriot 
Qf Oct. 7, 1820 

Elizabeth and Abel Carter, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 20, 1821 



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PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES gj 



BAXTER Betsey and Studley Simeon, at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of July 13, 

Mary, of Cumberland, and Samuel Snell, of 
Cranston, at Cumberland, by Rev. Daniel 
Greene, Dec. 1, 

Hannah H. and Joseph D. Kent, both of 
Cumberland, at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict. Patriot of Aug. 2, 

Bethiah and Thacher Baker, at Pawtucket. 
Patriot of 

Britannia F. and George Waterman, both of 
and at Johnston, 

Phebe, of Providence, and Capt. Gilbert 
Warner, of New York, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Love and William A. Collins, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Freeman and Susan Havens, both of War- 
wick, at Centreville, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Ann A., daughter of late Anthony, Esq., of 
Quincy, Mass., and James L. Homer, Jr., 
editor of Salem Gazette, at Oumcy, by 
Rev. Mr. Whitney, 

Mary and John Boodry, both of Smithfield, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickermg, 

Asa, of Smithfield, and Minerva Marchant, of 
Pawtucket, at former place, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Nov. 6, 

Prudence, of North Providence, and Oliver 
Johnson, of Hampden, Me , at North Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Cheeiiey, 

F'anny and Hiram Smith, both of Smithfield, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

William and Betsey Carey, at Nantucket. 
Patriot of 
BAYLES John and Mary Shaw, daughter of 
Capt. John, both of and at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Pipon, 

Charlotte and Joseph W. Miller, both of and 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

David and Lydia Ara, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
BAYLIES F"rancis, Representative in Congress, 
of Taunton, Mass., and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Deming, of New York, at Nassau, N. Y., 

Eliza F. and George B. At wood, at Taunton. 
Patriot of 

Eliza Ann and James Sprout, Jr., Esq., at 
Taunton, 



Aug. 16, 


1823 


Sept. 7, 


1823 


July 31. 


1825 


Sept. 25, 


1825 


April 5, 


1827 


Feb. 20, 


1828 


Oct. 9, 


1828 



June 2, 


1829 


Dec. 6, 


1829 


Aug. 28, 


1830 


Nov. 17, 


1819 


April 30, 


1820 


Nov. 1 1, 


1821 


June 23, 


1822 


Nov. 2, 


1822 


Nov. 18, 


1822 



822 



823 



828 



92 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BAYLIES Amelia, daughter of Hon. Hodijah, 
and Dr. Alfred Wood, at Dighton. Patriot 
of June i6, 1827 

Eliza and Hon. John McLean, U. S. Senator 
from Illinois, at Kentucky. Patriot of Dec. 2, 1829 

BAZIN Runah and Laura Harrington, both of 
and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 
Patriot of Nov. 4, 1829 

BAZZELL Ann and John Bennett, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Jan. 23, 1806 

BEAL David, Jr., and Lydia Forster, both of 
Kingston, Mass., at Providence. Phenix 
of Jan. 28, 1809 

Mary, of Bristol, and John Brown, of Mary- 
land, at Warren. Patriot of Feb. 14, 1827 
Anna Maria, of Boston, and Samuel J. Cope- 
land, of Philadelphia, at Boston, Dec. 14, 1829 

BEAMAN Lucinda and David R. Haswell, 

printer, at Bennington, Vt. Pheni.x of Jan. 9, 1808 

BEAN Joseph, of Barrington, and Elizabeth K. 
Salisbury, of Seekonk, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Chessman, Oct. i, 1818 

BEENE Elijah and Mrs. Levina Standley, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, March 16, 1820 

BEANE Hannah H. and Thomas Brown, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Feb. 3, 1828 

BEAR Charlotte and Lucas Morgan, attorney at 

law, at Waterloo, N. Y., July 15, 1824 

BEASLEY Merebah, daughter of John, and 
Nathan Miller, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 17, 1813 

BEAZELEY John, 72, and Susan Davenport, 
18, daughter of Henry, both of Prince Ed- 
ward's Co., at Richmond, Va., by Rev. 
Philip Matthews, Dec. 24, 1820 

BECKFORD Lucinda, 17, and Eleazer White, 

81, at Bermingham, Eng. Pheni.x of May 20, 1809 

Ann, of Boston, and George C. Beckford, 

formerly of Providence, at Boston, Jan. 5, 1828 

George C, formerly of Providence, and Ann 

Beckford, of and at Boston, June 5, 1828 

BECKWITH Truman and Alice Brown, daugh- 
ter of Capt Isaac, both of and and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 15, 1814 

Parthenia and Joseph W. Turpin, both of and 
at Smithfield, Jan. 14, 18 16 

BEBEE Orson, of East Haddam, and Elizabeth 
F. Chappell, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Preston, Dec. 9, 1819 



July 9. 


1827 


Oct. 13, 


1824 


June 6, 


1827 


Jan. 21, 


1828 


Oct. 15, 


1826 


May 30, 


1807 


Dec. 5, 


1822 


Aug. 24, 


1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 93 

BEBEP2 Lucy and Edwin K. Godfrey, both of 
Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

Stanton and Abby Bright Balch, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
BEEBE Mary V., of Johnston, and George U. 
Brown, of North Providence, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of 

Henry and Eliza Ann Wood, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
BEEDLE Mrs. Eliza, of PZdgartown, Martha's 
Vineyard, and John G. Thurber, of Provi- 
dence, at former place, by Rev. Mr. Thax- 
ter, 
BEAR.S LiUis and David Wood, at Rehoboth. 

Phenix of 
BEERS Julia G. and Ezekiel B. Bosworth, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Mary Ann and Aaron Thayer, Jr., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

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. 
Benedict, July 13, 

BELCHER Joshua, printer, and Charlotte Bab- 
cock, at Milton, Mass. Phenix of May 30, 

Hannah and Reuben Metcalf, both of and at 

Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, June 6, 

William, of South Kingstown, and Phebe 
Rider, of Middletown, daughter of Will- 
iam, at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 11, 

Joseph and Harriet Elderkin Witter, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, June 9, 

Ira and Lydia H. Slibbins, at Smithfield. 
Patriot of Jan. ig, 

Morrison, printer, and Pina Brunner, at Troy, 

N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Beman, Feb. i, 

BELDING Calvin, of Benson, Vt., and Huldah 
Stearns, of Shoreham, after a courtship of 
12 and acquaintance of 24 hours, at Ben- 
son, Vt. Patriot of Nov. 8, 
BELKNAP Patty and Levi Brigham, of Marl- 
boro, at Westboro. Phenix of Feb. 14, 

Stephen, of Johnston, and Marcy Sweet, 
daughter of Philip, of and at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Oct. 25, 

Stephen and Ann Sweet, daughter of Val- 
entine, at Johnston, May 30, 



827 

828 
807 
819 

820 
823 
828 
832 

823 
807 

815 

821 



94 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BELKNAP Porter and Sarah Williams, both of 

and at North Kingstown, Dec. 5, 1825 

BELL John and Sarah Coppersmith, at Peters- 
burgh, Va. Phenix of Oct. 14, 1809 
Drusilla L., of Newburn, N. C, and William 

Saunders, formerly of Warren, at New- 
burn, Dec. 26, 1825 
BELLOWS Roxanna, only daughter of Dr. 

Eleazer, and Marmaduke Mowry, of 

Smithfield, at Glocester, Oct. 16, 1808 

Eliphalet C. and Mary M. Witter, daughter 

of Josiah, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Williams, Dec 10, 181 5 

Nancy C, of Providence, and John Jenckes, 

of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, April 30, 1820 

Susan and Henry Simmons, both of Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. ii, 1825 
Louisa and William Albertson, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 8, 1828 

BELTON Dr. Charles and Mrs. Ann H. Ma- 
comber, at Darien, Ga., June 14, 182 1 
BEMIS Isaac and Louisa Jones, both of Wal- 

tham, Mass., at Providence. Phenix of March 14, 18 12 

Lewis and Maria Sternes, at Worcester. 

Patriot of June 9, 1824 

BENCH LEY Louisa, youngest daughter of Ar- 
nold, and Christopher Angell, both of 

and at Smithfield, by Samuel Mann, Esq., May 25, 1820 
Martha P. and Rufus S. Gould, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 22, 1824 

James H., of Grafton, Mass, and Nancy 

Allen, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Aug. 8, 1827 

Isaac and Elizabeth Thornton, at Johnston, 

by Elder Manchester. Patriot of Oct 13, 1827 

Eliza, of Smithfield, and Alvin Easton, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. 22, 1827 

BENEDICT Cyrus R., of Utica, N. Y., and 

Mary S. P'iske, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Seamans, April 25, 1828 

Stephen, of Albion Mills, Smithfield, and 

Bathsheba A. Barber, of and at Hellingham, 

Mass. Patriot of Aug. 11, 1830 

BENJAMIN p:iiza, of East Greenwich, and Capt. 

Jonathan Pitcher, of Pawtuxet. Phenix 

of July 20, 1802 

BENN Mrs. V. M., daughter of James Bryden, 

keeper of the Tontine Coffee House, and 

George F. Cooke, the comedian, at New 

York, by Rev. Mr. Barry. Phenix of June 29, 181 1 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX -MARRIAGES 95 

BENNETT John and Ann Bazzell, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Jan. 23, 1806 

Minerva and Ray Potter, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague, Aug. 16, 1812 

Reuben S. and Anna Hicks, botli of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Aug. 11, 18 16 

Benjamin and Elizabeth G. Bnon, both of and 

at East Greenwich, March 21, 18 19 

Charles and Huldah Harrington, both of and 

at Foster, Sept. 14, 1820 

Zilpha and Thomas Nobles, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Nov. 7, 1821 

Daniel and Deborah Sherman, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 7. 1824 
Sally Ann, eldest daughter of Capt. Sam- 
uel, of Warwick, and Lyman Sholes, of 

Canterbury, Ct., at Warwick. Patriot of p-eb. 28, 1824 
Betsey and Oliver H. Bishop, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, May 5, 1824 

Stephen H. and Lydia Butts, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown. Patriot 

of May 26, 1824 

Orpha, of Tiverton, and Joshua Brownell, of 

Troy, Mass., at Tiverton, Oct. 20, 1824 

Miss Reuben and George C. OIney, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Sept. 22, 1825 

Job and Almira B. Jenckes, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, June 4, 1826 

Sylvania, daughter of Capt. Cornelius, and 

Samuel M. Read, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, Oct. i, 1826 

William G., of East Greenwich, and Cereny 

Williams, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Jan- L '82/ 

Joseph, Jr., and Bet.sey Ann Davis, both 

of Cumberland, at Central F"alls. Patriot 

of March 14, 1827 

John W. and Matilda P. Hudson, at Natic 

Village, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 13, 1827 

Lydia Ann, daughter of Capt. Caleb, and 

Nicholas Arnold, at Natic Village, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, l^ec. 13, 1827 

Adeline and Joseph Colwell, at Cranston. 

Patriot of Oct. 13, 1832 

Lydia E., daughter of Abraham, and Lewis 

Taylor, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr Pickering, Nov. I2, 1832 

BENSON Mary C, daughter of William P. R., 

and Avery Allen, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 23, 1819 



9fi VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BENSON Hannah R., daughter of William P. 
R , and Charles W. Randall, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Sept. i8, 1823 

John, Jr., of Columbia, Penn , and Abigail 
Sherman, daughter of Samuel, of and at 
Portsmouth, R. I. Patriot of March 3, 1824 

Charlotte, daughter of George, of Brooklyn, 
Ct., and Henry Anthony, of Providence, 
at Brooklyn. Patriot of Oct. 28, 1826 

Ann, daughter of William P. R., of Provi- 
dence, and Daniel Leonard, of F"all River, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent. Pa- 
triot of April 14, 1827 

Benjamin A., of Sturbridge, Mass., and Hul- 
dah A. Hunt, youngest daughter of late 
Daniel, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Dec. 17, 1827 

Christian and Mary Brotherton, both of and 

at Providence, by Elder Brown, Nov. 19, 1827 

BENT Nancy, of Middlebury, Mass., and Joab 
Lindley, of Walpole, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 21, 182 1 

BENTLEY William and Mrs. Martha Tread- 
well, both of and at Providence, Sept. 27, 1813 

Lucy P^lizabeth, only daughter of Capt. 
Christopher, of Woodstock, Ct., and Lem- 
uel Bacon, merchant, of Charlestown, 
Mass., at Woodstock, by Rev. Mr. Under- 
wood, March lo, 18 14 

Mary, of Providence, and Capt. Andrew 
Boyd, of East Greenwich, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 28, 1821 

Thomas and Catharine Barker, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. April 8, 1827 

Lucy, of Warwick, and Gilbert S. Aldrich, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, P~eb. 21, 1831 

BENTON Martin and Mary Smith, at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ellis. Phenix of June i, 181 1 

Joseph D., of Fryburg, Mass., and Jane W. 
Clarke, daughter of Coto James, of and at 
Newport, by Nathaniel Sweet, Esq., April 4, 18 19 

BENTZ Louisa and Henry Bentz, both of and 

at Baltimore, by Rev. Mr. Frye, May 10, 1831 

BERKELEY Louisa Emily, eldest daughter of 
Hon. Vice Admiral Berkeley, and Sir 
Thomas Hardy, Knt., at Halifax, N. S. 
Phenix of Dec. 26, 1807 

BERLING Harriet A. and Thomas Kinnecutt, 
Jr., attorney at law, both of and at Wor- 
cester, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1827 



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97 



BERRIAN Charlotte E., daughter of James, of 

New York, and Capt. Thomas M. Read, 

of Newport, U. S. Army, at New York, 

by Rev. Mr. Berrian, April 13, 1S16 

BERRY Jesse and Susan Rose, at Fort Nelson, 

Ala. Patriot of Dec. 7, 1822 

BERTHIER General , Prince of Neuf- 

chatel, Vice Constable, of France, and 
Princess Elizabeth, of Bavaria, in Galla, 
Europe, March 9, 1S08 

BERTRAND , daughter of General Bert- 
rand, one of Napoleon's Grand Marshals, 
and Amadee Thayer, son of James, late 
of Rhode Island, in France. Patriot of July 9, 1828 

BETIS Mrs. Phebe, 84, and Dr. Jonathan Coe, 
82, at Rye, N. Y., her 4th husband. He 
had not stood up in 20 years without 
crutches but he did so at his wedding. 
Pheni.x of March 14, 1807 

BEVERLY Esther and Earl Sprague, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cornell. Phenix of Aug. 22, 1807 
Sarah, daughter of John, Esq., and James 

Burrough, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 28, 1809 

Charles, of Providence, and Prudence 
Lamed, of and at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Crosby, Feb. 17, 181 1 

Lydia, eldest daughter of Gideon, and Will- 
iam VV. Crandall, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Dec. 9, 18 13 

George, of Cranston, and Julia Pinkney, 
daughter of Jacob, of and at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Feb. 22, 1816 

Esek and Cyrene Brown, both of and at Scit- 

uate, May 5, 18 19 

Frances and James liarnes, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Baker, June 10, 1822 

Sarah Ann and Amos Briggs, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Baker, June 10, 1822 

Sarah Maria, eldest daughter of George, and 
Capt. George Child, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 11, 1824 
Stephen, Jr., and Susan Whipple, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 27, 1825 
James B. and Mrs. Fanny Barney, both of 

Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Feb. 2, 1828 

BEZEN Shubael Y. and Ann Sweetland, both 

of and at Pawtucket. Patriot of Aug. i, 1827 

BICKNELL Eliza, widow of Asa, Esq., and Dr. 

Samuel Allen, at Barrington. Pheni.x of March 3, 1804 



gg VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BICKNELL Esau, 60, and Susannah Rogers, 
16, both of Washington Co., at Hagerstown, 
Md. Phenix of May 2, 1807 

Charlotte, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of 
Cumberland, and Henry P. Franklin, of 
Providence, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Watson, March 29, 181 2 

Capt. Benjamin Ellery, of Barrington, and 
Elizabeth Dehane Williams, of and at 
White.stown, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1812 

Joshua, Jr., and Elizabeth Marchant Sessions, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, May 21, 1817 

Col. Allen and Harriet Byron Kinnecut, 
daughter of Josiah, both of and at Barring- 
ton, Dec. 4, 1817 
Francis, of Rome, N. Y., and Elizabeth Hull, 
daughter of late Gideon, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 17, 1818 
Joseph, of Barrington, and Louisa Allen, 
daughter of Capt. Samuel P., of Providence, 
at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Dec. 5, 1827 
BICKNER Margaret R., daughter of Charles, 
of Boston, and James Whettemore, at At- 
tleboro. Patriot of May 29, 1824 
BIGLEY Capt. Joshua C. and Lydia Swinbourne, 
daughter of late Daniel, both of and at 
Newport, Patriot of Sept. 14, 1822 
Eliza Ann, daughter of Capt. John, and Pe- 
leg Burroughs, at Newport, bv Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, ' July 13. 1826 
Martha, daughter of Capt. John, and Will- 
iam Lovie, at Newport, May 19, 1828 
Abby W. and Josiah S. Monroe, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Charle.s, Sept. 23, 1830 

BILLINGS Eleazer B., merchant, and Elizabeth 
Sterry, widow of Capt. Nathan, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Dec. 6, 1806 
Elijah, printer, and Grace T. Penniman, in 

Boston. Phenix of Jan. 30, 1808 

William, Jr., and Martha Westcott, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cornell. 
Phenix of April 13, 181 1 

Ethelbert R. and Eliza Smith, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 25, 181 5 

Fanny, daughter of Dr. Billings, of Mansfield, 
Mass., and Rev. Richard Briggs, at Mans- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, May 20, 1816 
Charlotte and William H. Mann, printer, at 

Dedham, Mass. Phenix of Dec. 7, 18 16 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 99 

BILLINGS Coddington, of Stonington, and 
Mrs. Ann Babcock, of Westerly, daughter 
of Lieut.Gov. Wilcox, of R. I., at Ston- 
ington, July iS, iSig 
Abby and William Sterne, both of and at 

Providence, Sept. i6, 1819 

Mary M. and Pasco Haines, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 31, 1820 

Julia, formerly of Charlton, Mass., and 
Whipple Razee, of and at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, May 12, 1822 

Samuel W. and Sarah B. Whittemore, both 

of Providence, at Pawtucket. Patriot of June 15, 1822 

Samuel and Mary Yates, daughter of Seth, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, Sept. 24, 1822 

Eliza A. and Nathan B. Hall, printer, both 

of and at Providence, by I^ev. Dr. Gano, March 30, 1823 

Mary Ann, daughter of William, and David 
B. Doyle, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, Feb. 8, 1S24 

Joseph S. and Mary Tripp, of North Provi- 
dence, at Providence, Dec. 12, 1824 
Elizabeth Sterry and Caleb Moshier, Jr., both 
of Providence, at Boston, in St. Paul's 
Church, by Rev. Dr. Gardiner, July 25, 1827 
Edward and Harriet M. Spooner, both of 
and at Providence, March 24, 1829 
BILLINGTON William H. and Caroline F. 
Melville, both of Newport, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 20, 1826 
BINGHAM Sophia, daughter of Caleb, Esq., of 
Boston, and Lieut. Col. Nathan Towson, 
U. S. Lt. Art., at Boston. Pheni.x of April 20, 18 16 
William T. and Mehitable Bosworth, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 4, 1821 

BIRCH MORE Miss and Mr. 

Rowed, in England. Pheni.\ of Aug. 19, 1809 

BIRD Susan and George Bass, at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Halley. Pheni.x of April 20, 181 1 

Eliza, of Dorchester, Mass., and Charles 
Bradley, at Providence, by George Tilling- 
hast, Esq., . Oct. 18, 1812 

Rev. Edward, 83, weighs 100 lbs., and Miss 
Eliza Cherry, 75, weighs 200 lbs, at Mari- 
l.OfC. on Co., N. C, Dec. —,1821 

Amelia D. and Harvey Chaffee, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 23, 1826 

BIRKET John, of Providence, and Abby EUet, 

of Warren, at Providence. Phenix of Dec. 17, 1808 



100 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BISBETT John A. and Mrs. Eliza B. Butler, 

both of Providence, at Pawtucket, April 2, 1828 

BISHOP Abby, eldest daughter of Capt. Lem- 
uel, and Joseph Sweet, merchant, by Rev. 

Dr. Messer, March 17, 1805 

Sally and Richard Lippitt, at Providence, March 29, 1807 
Comfort and Dorothea Willes, at Rehoboth. 

Phenix of May 30, 1807 

Sally and Nathan Daggett, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 24, 1807 

Phanuel, Jr., of Rehoboth, Mass., and Sally 

Carpenter, of and at Lyndon, Vt. Pheni.x 

of Oct. 10, 1807 

Hetty, daughter of William, and James Cole, 

at Glocester, Nov. 26, 1807 

Lydia and Capt. William Rodman, both of 

and at Providence, June 14, 1810 

Ebenezer and Polly Wade, daughter of Capt. 

Lewis, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Hill. Phenix of Nov. 7, 1812 

Capt. Nathaniel and Fanny Winsor, daughter 

of Ira, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes. Phenix of Feb. 27, 181 3 

Comfort, Jr., and Sally Wood, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, June 20, 181 3 

Alpha, of Cumberland, and Rev. Van Rens- 

salier Osborne, of Providence, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Blake, July 2, 1816 
Richard, of Scituate, and Sarah Round, 

daughter of Caleb, of and at Foster, by 

Rev. Mr. Westcott, June i, 1817 

Zephaniah, Jr., of Glocester, and Mary 

Smith, eldest daughter of David, of Johns- 
ton, at Scituate, April 4, 1819 
Hamilton and Susan H. Linnett, both of and 

at Providence, at First Baptist Meeting 

House, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 9, 1819 

Samuel N., formerly of Providence, and 

Harriet J. King, daughter of John, both 

now of and at Charleston, S. C. Patriot of Jan. 26, 1820 
James and Mrs. Mary Pearce, at Newport. 

Patriot of Nov. 3, 1821 

Mary and Dexter Metcalf, of. Rhode Island, 

at New London, Ct. Patriot of Nov. 17, 1821 

James E., of Boston, and Mary Whipple, of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, April 8, 1823 

Amanda and William Ide, both of and at 

Seekonk, Aug. 27, 1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES IQl 

BISHOP John J. and Sarah Walker, daughter of 
Capt. Richard, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pease. Patriot of April 17, 1S24 

Oliver H. and Betsey Bennett, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, May 5, 1824 

George B., of Smithfield, and Amey Smith, 
daughter of Hazel, of and at North Provi- 
dence, 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 Munro, daughter of Ed- 
ward, Jr., at Bristol, April 7, 1829 
Eliza and l^enjamin C. Fuller, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 4, 1832 

BISSELL Eliza, of Providence, and Rev. 
Lewis McDonald, of Rutland, Vt., at St. 
John's Church, Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, Aug. 29, 1826 

BITTERS Mary A., of Holland, and J. A. 
Jolly, of Switzerland, at New York. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 14, 1829 

BIXBY George and Zilpha Manchester, grand- 
daughter of Hon. Nehemiah, Esq., at 
Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Daniel Dow. 
Phenix of Feb. 27, 1808 

BIXLEY Johnson, of Brmifield, Mass., and Or- 
inda Gracus, of and at Thompson, Ct. 
Patriot of Nov. 14, 1821 

BIZEL Sirah, of Seekonk, and Mary Ann 
Northup, of and at Central Falls, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, July 3, 1825 

BLACK Martha and Daniel Moley, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phe- 
nix of July 16, 1814 
Rev. John L., rector of St. Paul's Church, 
Pawtucket, and Mary Howe, daughter of 
Sampson, of and at Killingly, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Atkins, Dec. 6, 1816 
Azubah W. and Walter B. Thayer, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 16, 1828 
William G. and Fanny B. Newman, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 25, 1829 

James, Esq., of Yarmouth, Eng., and Tereza 
Macei, of Athens, Greece, in Elgina, 
Greece, by Rev. Jonas King. She is 
the one Lord Byron refers to in his 
poem of "Fair Maid of Athens," Jan. 28, 1829 

BLACKALLER Rev. Henry and Ann Sabine, 
daughter of Rev. Mr. Sabine, at Boston. 
Patriot of March 10, 1830 



]02 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BLACKBURN Elizabeth Leonard, daughter of 
Nathan, Esq., and Serrell Cooke, at Che- 
pachet. Patriot of March 14, 1827 

BLACKINGTON Mrs. Polly and Josiah Draper, 

both of Attleboro, at Providence, March 7, 18 13 

Caroline and Leonard Blackington, both of 
and at Attleboro, May 27, 1818 

Leonard and Caroline Blackington, both of 
and at Attleboro, May 27, 181 8 

Charlotte and Samuel P. Fiske, at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Nelson. June 28, 1820 

Charlotte and Samuel P. Fisher, at Attle- 
boro [correct], June 28, 1820 

Virgil and Hannah S. Robinson, daughter of 
Col. Obed, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Kill- 
ham, Oct. 8, 1823 

Eliza and Nelson Morse, both of and at 

Attleboro. Patriot of Dec. 27, 1823 

Azubah and John Tefft, both of and at 

Attleboro. Patriot of Dec. 31, 1823 

BLACKMAR Sarah and Robert Aldrich, at 

Glocester. Pheni.x of June 8, 1805 

BLACKSTOCK Mary and Thomas D. Shum- 

way, formerly of Providence, at Boston, Oct. 9, 1827 

Jane C., of Providence, and Samuel Topliff, 
Proprietor of News Room, Boston, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. i, 1829 

BLACKWELL Lucy S. and Gabriel Freeman, 

of Virginia, at Augusta, Ga. Pheni.x of July 29, 1809 

BLAIR Mr. and Miss Page, in 

Virginia. Pheni.x of Nov. 26, 1808 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. James, and Henry 
Rogers, editor of National Aegis, at Wor- 
cester, Mass. Phenix of Dec. 13, 1817 
BLAISDELL Joel and Adeline Lawton, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Dec. 13, 1826 

BLAKE Miss Elizabeth, 14, and Mr. 

Treadvvay, 84, at Peircy, N. H. Phenix of June 22, 1802 

Nathan, 94, and Mrs. Mary Brinton,64. He 
is the only survivor of the first settlers of 
the town, at Keene, N. H. Phenix of Jan. 11, 1806 

George, Esq., of Boston, U. S. Attorney for 
Massachusetts, and Sarah Olcott Mordock, 
of and at Hanover, N. H. Phenix of June 30, 1810 

Jerusha, daughter of Ezra, of Wrentham, and 
Chester Bugbee, of Attleboro, at Wren- 
tham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, Dec. 19, 181 1 

Judson and Mary Easton, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 24, 18 12 



June 


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PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 103 

BLAKE Rev. John L. and Louisa G. Rich- 
mond, daughter of William, Esq., both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 
Henry and Polly Tommy, at Fayetteville, N. 

C. Pheni.x of 
Mela, of Wrentham, and Comfort Barrows, 

of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Nelson, 
James and Betsey Champlain Mathewson, 

at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 
Virgil, of Wrentham, Mass., and Rosanna 

Follett, daughter of Luther, of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev, Mr. Potter, Oct. 25, 
Nancy V. and Alfred Joslin, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Elizabeth and Edward Walker, at Taunton. 

Patriot of 
Mercy, of Taunton, and Thomas Rose, Jr., 

of Wellington, at Taunton. Patriot of 
Esther S., of Rochester, N. H., and Job N. 

Tuttle, of Providence, at Rochester, 
James H., of Taunton, and Sarah Pitts, of 

and at Dighton. Patriot of 
Sally and John Brierly, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Capt. A and Mary Presbrey, at Taun- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
Mrs. Catharine C, daughter of the late Hon. 

Francis Blake, of Worcester, and Rev. 

Thomas R. Sullivan, of Keene, N. H., at 

Worcester, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft, 
Hannah, daughter of Samuel, of Bristol, and 

Capt. John Martin, of Barrington, at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, 
Samuel, Jr., of Warren, and Mary Ann 

Ladieu, of Barrington, at Swanzey, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker. Patriot of 
Lieut. George S., U. S. Navy [of Mass.], and 

Mary A. A. Barron, youngest daughter of 

Capt. James, U. S. Navy, at Gosport, Va., 
Col. Stillman, of Providence, and Amey 

Angell, daughter of William, of Smithfield, 

at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Loring, 
Joseph, and Sarah P. Johnson, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Ira, of New York, and Anna M. Policy, 

daughter of Nathaniel, of and at Fo.xboro, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Storer, 
Eliott and Lucy Sarle, daughter of Hon. 

Nathaniel, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Haskins. Patriot of 



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Dec. 4, 


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June I, 


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Sept. 24, 


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Nov. 23, 


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Oct. 2, 


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Jan. 19, 


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June 4, 


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Dec. 5, 


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Aug. 16, 


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Oct. 29, 


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Oct. 10, 


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104 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BLANCH ARD William and Mademoiselle Ce- 
celia Aldolphe, of M. Godeau's Company, 

at Providence, July 5, 1821 

Joshua P. and Mrs. Lucretia Catharine Tim- 

mons Hill, at Boston. Patriot of Sept. 28, 1822 

Col. Jacob and Thomas Jefferson Cameron, 

second daughter of Judge Cameron, and 

granddaughter of Gen. John Stark, at Rye- 
gate, Vt. Patriot of Feb. 14, 1824 
John, of Coventry, and Celinda Sweet, of 

West Greenwich, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Henry Tatem, Sept. 18, 182 

John A., of Boston, and Sarah Harding, 

daughter of Richard, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 5, 1832 

Sylva and James Langley, at Albion Village, Dec. 16, 1832 
BLANDING Sally, eldest daughter of late Col. 

Christopher, and Gardiner Rounds, at Re- 

hoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson. Phenix 

of March 13, 1813 

Shubael and Mrs. Sally Gay, both of Provi- 
dence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, Oct. 21, 1816 
Wheeler M., of Bristol, and Eliza Norton, 

daughter of William, of and at Tiverton. 

Patriot of June 2, 1821 

Thomas and Nancy Lyon, at Attleboro, July 15, 1823 
Dr. S and Mary Bullard, of Pepperill, 

Mass., at Camden, S. C. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

Edward M. and Emeline S. Maine, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 

Patriot of Jan. 29, 1825 

William, of Providence, and Mary P. Bullock, 

daughter of Jabez, of and at Seekonk, by 

Rev. James O. Barney, Oct. 20, 1825 

Shubael and Lucy Ann Dunham, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 4, 1830 

BLANEY Edward, 32, musician, and Mrs. 

S Ingham, 39, musician, both 

blind, at Manchester, ling. Patriot of Sept. 19, 1821 

BLASH FIELD Chester and Eliza Smith, 

daughter of Christopher, of Cranston, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phenix 

of April 27, 181 1 

Harvey, formerly of Providence, and Lucia 

Mason, daughter of John, Esq., of and at 

Killingly, Ct. Phenix of Oct. 29, 1814 

Mrs. Eliza, of Providence, and Sheldon 

Battey, of Louisville, Ga., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 16, 1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 105 

BLASS Duliano and Mrs. Anna Peckham, both 

of and at Glocester, by Timothy Sweet, 

Esq., Jan. lo, 1826 

BLAZER WiUiam, 16, and Catharine Yayden, 

II, at Mendham. Phenix of July 16, 1S03 

BLESDELL Henry and Sarah Munroe, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 9, 1824 

BLISS Sally and Charles Gushing, at Rehoboth. 

Phenix of May 21, 1803 

Rev. Samuel, Jr., of Stafford, Ct., and Mrs. 

Emma Gorham, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 26, 18 10 

James, 3d, of Rehoboth, and Olive Jacobs, of 

and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Phenix 

of May 21, 1 814 

Rebeccah M. and Henry W. Hoyle, both of 

Providence, at Philadelphia. Phenix of June 15, 1816 

James, of Warren, and Maria Burrough, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 13, 1816 
Dr. James, of Rehoboth, and Sally Wood- 
ward, of and at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. 

Gushee, May 7, 1817 

Charlotte and Ebenezer Tiffany, Esq., at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. I^henix 

of Oct. 24, 1818 

Elizabeth B , of Warwick, and Benjamin H. 

Butler, of Providence, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Littlefield, April 11, 1819 

Zeba and Lepha B. Peck, at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Otis Thompson, April 6, 1820 

Lucinda, daughter of Capt. Asa, of Reho- 
both, and John W. Hicks, of Tiverton, at 

Rehoboth. Patriot of Oct. 28, 1820 

James, of Rehoboth, and Rhoda Tisdale, of 

Taunton, at Rehoboth. Patriot of Jan. 27, 1821 

Ebenezer D. and Martha D. Bass, daughter 

of William, at Newport. Patriot of March 10, 1821 

Barbara and James Ballou, both ot and at 

Cumberland. Patriot of June 16, 1821 

Susan and William Eddy, both of Valley 

Falls, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 

Patriot of May i, 1822 

Cromwell, Jr., of Rehoboth, and Content 

Bowers, of and at Swanzey. Patriot of June 12, 1824 

Otis, of Rehoboth, and Roxana Wilbur, of 

and at Taunton. Patriot of April 13, 1825 

George, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, and Mary 

S. Dwight, daughter of Hon. Theodore, 

Jr., at Springfield, Mass. Patriot of May 4, 1825 



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BLISS Lavina, of Seekonk, and Daniel Smith, of 

North Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney, Dec. ii, 1825 

Adeline, of Rehoboth, and Joseph Capron, 

of Attleboro, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Vernon, April 10, 1826 

Abby W., daughter of Capt. Asaph, and 

Abel Carpenter, Jr., at Rehoboth, by Allen 

Hunt, Esq., June 13, 1826 

Hiram, of P'all River, and Clarinda D. Wil- 
bur, of and at Raynham, Oct. 12, 1826 
Asaph L. and Nancy B. Perry, at Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Vernon, Oct. 22, 1826 

Zenas and Phebe Waterman Randall, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheeney, - Jan. 14, 1828 

Otis, of Rehoboth, and Charlotte Dennis, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 30, 1828 

Almira, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, of New- 
port, and George W. Mason, of Wayne, 

N. Y., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, June 29, 1828 
Asena C., of North Providence, and Samuel 

S. Carpenter, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey. Patriot of July 28, 1830 

BLIVEN Luke and Elizabeth Gray, both of and 

at Newport. Patriot of April 27, 1825 

Ira, of Norwich, N. Y., and Elizabeth Max- 
son, of and at Hopkinton, Oct. 30, 1825 
Pardon, of Westerly, and Fanny States, of 

and at Stonington, Ct., Nov. 2, 1825 

Susan B. and Benjamin R. Dawley, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 2, 1827 

Susan P. and Samuel Morgan, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 15, 1828 

BLOCK Ann and Henry Downing, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, March 3, 1805 

BLODGETT Samuel C, late of Providence, 

and Miss Williams, of and at Gi- 
braltar. Phenix of Oct. 5, 1812 
Pamela, eldest daughter of Russell, of East 

Windsor, and Capt. Lyman Cooley, of 

Providence, at former place, Sept. 9, 1819 

William P. and Susan J. Talbot, daughter of 

Caot. Ephraim, both of Providence, at 

New York, by Rev. Mr. Mortimer, Aug. 4, 1829 

BLOOD Lavina and William Whitmore, Jr., 

both of Sturbridge, at Providence. Patriot 

of Sept. 29, 1819 

BLOSSOM William, of Schenectady, N. Y., 

and Jerusha Morse, of Albany, N. Y., at 

Providence, Oct. 13, 1818 



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107 



BLY Joseph, of Cranston, and Ardelia Fall- 
man, of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Jacobs. Pheni.\ of March 25, 181 5 

Pamela A. and George Thomas, both of 
Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, April 22, 1813 

Esther M., daughter of Oliver, and Isaiah P. 
Fuller, both of and at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 23, 1820 

Mrs. Dorcas and Josias Southvvick, at New- 
port. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1824 
Mrs. Ardelia, of Providence, and Newman 
Thurber, of Rehoboth, at Johnston. Pa- 
triot of March 19, 1825 

BLYTH James and Mary Young, both of Crans- 
ton, at Providence, March 16, 1820 

BOAK Richard and Hannah Story, at Ports- 
mouth. Pheni.x of July 4, 1807 

BOARDMAN James and Jane Snelling, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, of Boston, at Providence. 
Pheni.x of Aug. 15, 1807 

Eliza C, of Whitesboro, N. Y., and Laurant 
Clerc, of La Balone, Vr., both deaf and 
dumb. Mr. C. is an instructor in the in- 
stitute, at Hartford, and Miss B., one of 
his pupils, at Cohoesville, near Waterford, 
N. Y., at house of Benjamin Prescott, May 3, 1819 

George Dana, of North Yarmouth, Me., and 
Sarah B. Hall, of and at Salem, Mass., 
by Rev. Dr. Bolles. They are shortly to sail 
for India as missionaries, July 3, 1825 

BODGE Samuel, of Providence, and Maria B. 

Bush, of and at Boston. Patriot of July 16, 1825 

BOGERT Sarah V., daughter of J. C. and Dr. 
Isaac I. Greenwood, both of and at New 
York. Patriot of Dec. 4, 1822 

Theodore P., of New York, and Frances N. 
Jones, daughter of Alexander, Esq., both 
now of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, April 15, 1828 

BOGGS Leander H. and Sarah Ann W. Keath, 

at Pawtucket, June 11, 1826 

BOGMAN Joseph and Ann Goss, of Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 18 13 

BOLLES George, merchant, and Sophia F. 
Field, daughter of late Capt. John, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 7, 1807 
Dan and Pamela Commins, at Thompson, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow. Phenix of Oct. 30, 181 3 



108 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BOLLES David and Hannah A. Thurber, 

daughter of Major William, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mace, Oct. lo, 1822 

Leonard, of Cranston, and Maria Manchester, 

of and at West Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, June 15, 1823 

David, of Providence, and Margaret Price, 

of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, Nov. 26, 1827 

J. N., formerly of Thompson, Ct., and Mary 

W. Barton, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Church, April 23, 1829 

J. N., formerly of Thompson, Ct., and Mary 

W. Barton, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Church, April 23, 1829 

BOLSTER James and Nancy Spicer, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 26, 1806 

Nancy and Samuel E. Hamlen, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 28, 1817 

Sarah J. and James Barrows, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, at St. 

Paul's Church, March 19, 1818 

Richard, Jr., of Douglass, Mass., and Lucina 

Stone, of and at Seekonk, Dec. 27, 181 8 

BOLTWOOD Lucius, attorney at law, and 

Fanny H. Sheperd, daughter of late Rev. 

Mace, of Little Compton, at Amherst, 

Mass. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1824 

BONAPARTE Jerome, youngest brother of the 

first consul, and Elizabeth Patterson, eldest 

daughter of William, merchant, of and at 

Baltimore, by Rev. Bishop Carroll. Phenix 

of Jan. 7, 1 804 

Jerome and the Princess Royal of Wirtem- 

burg, sister in law of the late Princess 

Royal, of Great Britain, new Queen of 

Wirtemburg, at Paris, Fr. Pheni.x of Nov. 22, i 806 

Jerome Napoleon and Susan Mary Williams, 

only daughter of late Benjamin, of and at 

Baltimore, by the Most Rev. James Whit- 
field, Arch Bishop of Baltimore, Nov. 3, 1829 
BONY Terzah and William Keer, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 29, 1819 

BOODEN Abraham and Mrs. Marstin, at 

Prospect Phenix of Oct. 10, 1807 

BOODRY Sophronia and Edward H. Jones, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., June 19, 1828 

John and Mary Baxter, both of Smithfield, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 9, 1828 

Abigail and Andras Bowen, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 31, 1829 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 109 

BOONE Capt. James and Elizabeth M. Read, 

daughter of Eleazer, both of and at New- 
port. Patriot of Oct. 21, 1820 
Alice C, daughter of James, and Silas Ward, 

both of and at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 28, 1820 

Sarah E. and Thomas G. Brown, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Nov. 28, 1819 

Mrs. Elizabeth, 74, of Warwick, and Dea. 

William Tilley, 84, of Newport. The 

Deacon has 10 children, 75 grand and 

25 great grandchildren, at Wickford. 

Patriot of Nov. 10, 1821 

Christopher Columbus, of North Kingstown, 

and Eliza Ann Updike, second daughter 

of Capt. Daniel, formerly of Providence, 

at plantation St. Cyiclo Agnacate, Island 

of Cuba, by Rev. Dr. Bicdoma, April 18, 1S27 

BOOTH John and Mary Hall, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 29, 1 82 1 
BORDEN Amasa and Mary Simmons, both of 

and at Tiverton. Patriot of Nov. 13, 1819 

Phebe, daughter of late William, and Samuel 

Vaughn, jr., at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1820 

Nathaniel B. and Sarah Gray, at Tiverton, 

Patriot of March 29, 1S20 

Sarah, daughter of late Simson, and Pardon 

G. Seabury, at Tiverton. Patriot of Sept. 2, 1820 

Judeth, daughter of late Simeon, and Job 

Durfee, Representative Elect to Congress, 

both of and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Cole- 
man. Patriot of Nov. 25, 1820 
Eleanor, daughter of John, and Gardiner 

Thomas, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 

Patriot of April 10, 1822 

Ann and Capt. Jacob Smith, at Newport. 

Patriot of Oct. 5, 1822 

Amey, daughter of Richard, of Troy, Mass., 

and William Grinnell, at Tiverton. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 13, 1822 
Hannah, daughter of Richard, of Troy, Mass., 

and William Cooke, at Tiverton. Patriot 

of Nov. 13, 1822 

Benajah and Mercy Hart, at Tiverton. Pa- 
triot of May 21, 1823 
David and Mrs. Mary Carver, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Oct. 15, 1823 

John and Abbey Davis, daughter of Capt. 

Jonathan, at Somerset. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1823 

Ann and Isaac Fowler, both of Fall River, 

at Assonet. Patriot of March 23, 1825 



110 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BORDEN James, of F"all River, and Louisa 

Sherman, of and at Swanzey. Patriot of Oct. I2, 1825 

Fidelia, daughter of late George, and Mat- 
thew C. Durfee, cashier of the F'all River 
Bank, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Dec. 28, 1826 

Sylvia W., daughter of late George, and 
Joseph IDurfee, at F'all River, by Rev. Mr. 
Smith, Dec. 28, 1826 

Emeline, daughter of Capt. Abner and Ben- 
jamin LeValley, at Fall River. Patriot of Dec. 2, 1826 

Delana, daughter of late George and Nathan 

Durfee, at Fall River. Patriot of May 9, 1827 

Isaac, of Troy, Mass., and Martha Hathaway, 
daughter of late Michael, of and at As- 
sonet Village, Freetown. Patriot of Oct. 20, 1827 

Jefferson and Susan Elizabeth Easton, daugh- 
ter of late Norman, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 15, 1S28 

John C, Esq., and Mary Ann B. Manches- 
ter, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith, April 27, 1828 

Mary and Hosea Covel, at New Bedford, by 

Rev. Mr. Holmes, Aug. 10, 1828 

Major and Elizabeth P. PVench, daughter of 
late Ephraim, at Fall River Village, by 
Rev. Mr. Ross, Dec. 24, 1828 

Rhoda and Daniel Wilco.x, at Tiverton. 

Patriot of Feb. 28, 1829 

Sarah, daughter of Henry, of Bristol, and 
Gardiner Spencer, of East Greenwich, on 
Hog Island, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Patriot 
of Aug. 4, 1830 

Lefavor H. and Prescilla D. Dwelly, at Fall 

River. Patriot of Oct. 12, 1831 

BOSQUE Miss , daughter of late Bar- 

""tholomew, and VVilliam C. C. Claiborne, 
Gov. of Louisiana, both of and at New Or- 
leans, by Rev. F'ather Anthenie, Nov. 8, 1812 
BOSS Sally, daughter of John L., Esq., and 

Charles Haskins, at Newport. Phenix of May 18, 1805 

Col. Joseph and Abigail H. Richardson, 
daughter of Jacob, Esq., at Newport. Phe- 
ni.x of June 17, 1809 

Eliza Ann, daughter of late Edward, and 
Henry B. Wheeler, both of Providence, at 
Warren, Dec. 4, 1814 

Philip, of Fairfield, N. Y., and Sally A. Stan- 
ton, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Dec. 23, 1S16 

Eliza, of South Kingstown, and John Stan- 
ton, Jr., of Richmond, at South Kingstown, 
by Rev. Mr. Hammond, Jan. 2, 1829 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES m 

BOSS Martha D., daughter of William, and Eben- 

ezer D. Bliss, at Newport. Patriot of March lo, 1821 

William D. and Eliza D. Stall, daughter of 

General Isaac, at Newport. Patriot of May 11, 1822 

Eliza H., daughter of late William and Tid- 

deman H. Weeden, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Wheaton, Jan. 7, 1824 

Jeremiah and Olive Wilder, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 21, 1828 

Nicholas G. and Mary 11 DeWoIfe, daughter 

of Charles, at Newport, at Trinity Church, Sept. 30, 1829 
Nicholas G. and Abby Bradford DeWolfe, 

daughter of Charles, at Trinity Church, 

Newport [correct], Sept. 30, i 829 

Nicholas G. and Abby Bradford DeWoIfe, 

daughter of Charles, at Trinity Church, 

Newport, Sept. 30, 1829 

This was erroneously inserted on Saturday 

[Oct. 3], last. 
Harriet daughter of late John L., and Hon. 

Dutee, J. Pearce, M. C, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Dec. 2, 1825 

BOSTON Emeline and Philip Lewis, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 22, 1822 

Emeline and Philip Lewis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 22, 1822 

Edward and Pamelia Church, both of Troy, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Aug. 24, 1828 
BOSWORTH Polly, 29, and Benjamm Leonard, 

89, at Ashland, Ct. Phenix of Jan. 7, 1809 

Ann P., youngest daughter of Benjamin, 

Esq., and Thomas H. Russell, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, July 8, 1813 

Betsey, only daughter of Samuel, Esq,, and 

Rev. Benjamin B. Smith, at St. Michael's 

Church, Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, June 4, 1818 

Hannah, of Bristol, and Joseph Adams, of 

Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, Aug. 17, 1818 

Polly T. and Lawton Ingraham, both of and 

at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Aug. 30, 1819 

Ebenezer and Ruth B. Townsend, at Bristol. 

Patriot of April 8, 1820 

Fanny H., of Swanzey, and Solomon Chace, 

of Providence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. ^'" 

Rexford, April 9, 1820 

Samuel, Jr., and Mary Ann Bourne, at Bris- 
tol, at the Catholic Congregational Church, 

by Rev. Mr. Mann, Nov. 19, 1820 



112 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BOSWORTH Mehitable and William T. Bing- 
ham, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Jan. 4, 1821 

Betsey H., daughter of Major Asa, of Provi- 
dence, and Christian M. Nestell, formerly 

of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 7, 1821 

Lydia and William Gabriel Crump, at Bristol. 

Patriot of Nov. 17, 1821 

Ezekiel B. and Julia G. Beers, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1822 

Hopestill and John Thurber, Jr., both of and 

at Warren. Patriot of June 28, 1823 

Pamelia and John Martin, Jr., both of and at 

Warren. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1824 

Samuel, of Warren, and Abby Humphrey, of 

and at Rehoboth. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1824 

William, of Dartmouth, and Almira Case, 

daughter of Gardiner, at Rehoboth. Pa- 
triot of April 16, 1825 
Caroline, of Providence, and Amory Sibley, 

of Augusta, Ga., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 23, 1825 

Jonathan, of Swanzey, and Mary Salisbury, 

daughter of Caleb, of and at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, March 18, 1827 

Electa Ann, of Seekonk, and O iver Reming- 
ton, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Nov. 4, 1827 

Peleg, Jr., of Rehoboth, and Martha W. 

Thurber, daughter of Darius, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 18, 1827 

Elizabeth and Stephen A. Aplin, Jr., both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 19, 1827 
Stephen, Jr., of Providence, and Rachal 

Moulton, of and at Rehoboth, Mass., by 

Stephen Moulton, Esq., Dec. 21, 1828 

Lewis and Sarah Ann Oxx, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 19, 1829 

Phebe Ann and Esek Stone, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 31, 1829 

Adeiia Wheaton, of Rehoboth, and James 

H. Mumford, formerly of Newport, at Re- 
hoboth. by Rev. Mr. Vernon, Oct. 3, 1830 
BOTDIKENS Betsey and William Brimble- 

come, by Rev. Mr. Tackum, all of and at 

Spiffletown, Dec. 31, 1829 

BOURNE Julia Maria, daughter of late Hon. 

Benjamin, and Abel Jones, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Wight, June 10, 181 1 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES Hy 

BOURNE Lydia and John Shory, both of and 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. I'itman, Dec. 21, 1817 

Nancy and Alfred Halkcom, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Patriot of Feb. 27, 18 19 
Martha, daughter of Shearjashub, Esq., and 

Ebenezer Smith, of Barrington, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight, April 4, 1820 

Mary Ann and Samuel Bosworth, Jr., at 

Bristol, at the Catholic Congregational 

Church, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Nov. 19, 1820 

Mary Ann, daughter of Shearjashub, Esq., 

of Bristol, and Penuel Corbett, of Virginia, 

at Bristol, at the Congregational Meeting 

House, by Rev. Mr. Mann, March 8, 1821 

Thomas, of New Bedford, and l^etsey 

Greene, daughter of Samuel, of and at 

Pavvtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Nov. 17, 1822 

Francis, of Providence, and Nancy Bartlett, 

of and at Cumberland, June ^, 1824 

BOURS Elizabeth, daughter of John, and Perez 

O. Richmond, both of Newport, at Provi- 
dence, May I, 1806 
BOWCOCK John and Hannah Sanford, both of 

Troy, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, Sept. 6, 1828 

BOWDOIN Mrs. Sarah, widow of the late 

Governor Bowd(>in, and Major General 

Dearborn, at Boston, Nov. 11, 1813 

BOWEN Eleazer, in 8ist year, and Mrs. Martha 

Ballou, aged 74, at Glocester, by Rev. Will- 
iam Bowen Pheni.x of Dec. 4, 1802 
Julia, daughter of Col. Ephraim, and John 

D. Martin, of New York, merchant, at the 

Episcopal Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

at Providence. Phenix of Oct. 29, 1803 

Polly, of Lisbon, Ct., and Rufus Mathew- 

son, Esq., of Rhode Island, at Lisbon, by 

Rev. Mr. Lee. Phenix of May 5, 1804 

Esther W., eldest daughter of Dr. Pardon, 

and Charles W. Greene, of New York, 

merchant, at Providence. Phenix of Dec. 13, 1806 

Mrs. Mary, 70, and Jonathan Tourtellot, "]■], 

her fifth husband, at Scituate. Phenix of May 30, 1807 

Sally, daughter of Asa and Abel Chaffee, at 

Rehoboth. Phenix of Aug. 29, 1807 

Ichabod and Mrs. Mary McCann, at Reho- 
both, Feb. II, 1808 
Henry, Esq., attorney at law, and Harriet 

Munro, second daughter of Capt. James, 

of and at Cranston. Phenix of Feb. 20, 1808 



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BOWEN Isaac and Polly Luther, at Warren. 

Phenix of ' Nov. 26, 1808 

Martin and Freelove Potter, at Scituale, Dec. 18, 1808 

Capt. Benjamin and Lucina Sayles, at 

Glocester, March 26, 1809 

Isaac, Sr., and Henrietta C. Downer, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 29, 1S09 

Maria, daughter of Dr. William, and John 

Whipple, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Nov. 23, 1809 

Ephraim and Sarah Munroe, eldest daughter 

of Joseph, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill. 

Pheni.x of Dec. g, 1809 

Eliza, daughter of Isaac B., and William 

Hamlin, April 12, 1810 

David and Eliza Chace, daughter of Capt. 

Gilbert, at Friends' Meetmg House, New- 
port, Sept. 13, 1810 
Andra and Mrs. Nancy Thayer, both of and 

at Providence, Jan. 10, 181 1 

Rebecca and Rhodes G. Allen, both of and 

at Providence, March 31, 181 1 

Sally and John W. Dexter, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict. Phenix of Aug. 24, 181 1 

Dr. William C. and Rebecca Olney, daughter 

of late Christopher, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, March 25, 1812 

Maria A., daughter of Dr. Joseph, and 

Thomas Smith, at Glocester, March 29, 1812 

Mary, of Swanzey. and James Baker, of Re- 
hoboth, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Lewis, Feb. 21, 1813 
Isaac, of Scituate, and Aidah Mowry, of and 

at Burrillville. Phenix of May 15, 1813 

Rhoda and Oliver Greene, both of and at 

Glocester, Oct. 3, 1813 

Frances, daughter of Dr. Pardon, of Provi- 
dence, and Charles W. Greene, of Boston, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Phenix 

of Oct. 9, 1813 

Pamela, of Rehoboth, and George D. Dodds, 

of Providence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Hill, Oct. 28, 1813 

Sally and Lewis Legrand, both of and at 

Providence, Nov. 25, 18 13 

William and Dinah Thornton, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Dec. 12, 1813 

Sally and Samuel R. Martin, both of and at 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Watson. Phenix 

of Oct. 15, 1814 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 115 

BOWEN Caleb and Hannah Short, daughter of 
Ebenezer, both of and at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Mary, daughter of late Simeon, and Benjamin 
Corbin, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman, 

Hairiet, youngest daughter of Dr. William, 
of Providence, and Charles Morris, Esq., 
Captain of U. S. Navy, at I'ro\-idence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Brown and Ann I'ullen, d.iughter of Wiliinni, 
of Newport, at Seekonk. Phenix of 

Susan, daughter of Joel, and James Short, at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Samuel G., of Warwick, and Mary Gardmer, 
of and at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 
Waldo, 

Anth.my, of Killingly, and Lydia Davis, 
daughter of Joseph, of Glocester, at Kill- 
ingly. 

Sarah, daughter of Dr. William, of Provi- 
dence, and William S. Skinner, Esq., of 
Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of New- 
port, and Stephen H. Chace, of Somerset, 
at Newport Friends' Meetmg House. 
Phenix of 

Ruth H. and Pashall Paine, both of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Susan C. and John B. Viall, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Anna Eliza, youngest daughter of Dr. Par- 
don, of Providence, and P'ranklin Greene, 
Esq., of Potowomut, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 4, 

Augustus and Sarah Cooke, both of and at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, March 19, 

Amey, daughter of Asaph, Esq., and Will- 
iam Waterman, Jr., at Coventry, by Mr. 
Stone, May 28, 

Sophia, of Barrington, and Capt. Suchet 
Mauran, of Providence, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wright, Sept. 17, 

Samuel J. and Clarinda R. Snow, daughter 
of John, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, June 6, 

George W. and Ann H. Westcott, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 14, 

Stephen, of Newport, and Esther Shove, at 
Salem. Patriot of Dec. 4, 



Oct. 30, 


1814 


Nov. 27, 


1814 


P'eb. 4, 


1815 


Aug. 19, 


1815 


Oct. 12, 


1815 


Dec. 8, 


1815 


April 21, 


1816 


May 14, 


i8i6 


Feb. 22, 


1817 


June 22, 


1817 


Sept. 21, 


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819 
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116 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BOWEN Betsey, of Harrington, and Ezra O. Child, 

of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Chessman, Dec. 12, 1819 

Sarah, daughter of Nathan, of Coventry, 
and James A. Fenner, of Foster, at Co- 
ventry, by Rev. Mr. Stone, Jan. 20, 1820 

Robert and Amey Waterman, daughter of 
Resolved, of Johnston, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Sprague. Patriot of April 15, 1820 

Mrs. Clarissa, of Seekonk, and Thomas 
Hale, of and at Swanzey, by Rev. Benja- 
min Taylor [incorrect], Aug. 10, 1820 

Clarissa, of Seekonk, and William Hale, of 

and at Swanzey, by Rev. Benjamin Taylor, Aug. 13, 1820 

Julia Ann, daughter of Dr. Joseph, and 
Thomas M. Mitchell, both of and at Gloces- 
ter. Patriot of Oct. 18, 1820 

Rhoda, youngest daughter of Elisha, of 
Scituate, and Peleg W. Gardiner, of Provi- 
dence, at Scituate, Oct. 25, 1820 

David, of Scituate, and Matilda Winsor, of 
and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, Dec. 25, 1820 

William F., of Philadelphia, and Mary R. 
Haylander, daughter of late Capt. Jacob, 
at Oxford, N. Y., July 3, 1821 

Benjamin and Abigail T. Tuttle, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July 4, 1821 

James, Esq., and Elizabeth Tiffany, daugh- 
ter of Ebenezer, both of and at Barrington, Nov. 15, 1821 

James and Elizabeth Tiffany, daughter of 
Ebenezer, both of and at Barrington. Pat- 
riot of Nov. 21, 1 82 1 

Thomas H. and Mary L. Thurber, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 30, 1821 

Maria and Joseph W. Orchard, both of and 

at Providence, Oct. 22, 1822 

Penelope and Nicholas Hart, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 22, 1822 

Stephen, of Newport, and Rowena Porter, 
daughter of the late Robert, Esq., of and 
at Freetown. Patriot of March 3, 1824 

Benjamin, of Rehoboth, and Sally Serrell, of 

Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, April 4, 1824 

Uriel, of Attleboro, and Mrs. Deborah 
Hamm, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Ludlow, Aug. I, 1824 

George and Mary H. Irish, daughter of late 

John, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1824 

Hannah and Francis Brown, both of and at 

Warren. Patriot of Nov. 3, 1824 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES HJ 

BOWEN Ethan and Caroline F. Robinson, both 
of and at No. Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, Dec. 29, 1824 

Daniel and Julia M. Grant, both of and at 

Harrington. Patriot of April 16, 1825 

Samuel, of Thompson, Ct., and Mary Sum- 
ner, daughter of Capt John N., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 8, 1825 

Joseph, of Glocester, and Mela Ann Angell, 
daughter of John, of and at Smithtield, by 
Rev. Mr. White. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1825 

Elvira, daughter of late Wheaton, of Reho- 
both. and Royal Packard, of Providence, 
formerly of Bridgewater, Mass., at Warren, 
by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, Nov. 27, 1825 

Elvira, daughter of late Wheaton, of Reho- 
both. and Royal Packard, of Providence, 
formerly of ]5ridgewater, Mass., at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, Nov. 27, 1825 

Janette, daughter of late Abraham, of P'all 
River, and Jason H. Archer, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 19, 1825 

Clarissa and Nathan Davis, both of and at 

Fall River, by John C. ]$orden, Esq., Jan. 8, 1826 

William, of Sempranius, N. Y., and Mary 
Young, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Welsh, July 23, 1826 

Patience and Seth Field, at Taunton. Pat- 
riot of Sept. 30, 1826 

Stephen and Sally Irish, at Newport, Oct. 8, 1826 

George W., of Olneyville, and Eliza Luther, 
of Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheney, Dec. 10, 1826 

Jacob H., of Rehoboth, and Harriet Phillips, 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 31, 1826 

Abraham and Sarah Ann Read, daughter of 
Joseph E., both of and at Fall River, by 
Rev. Mr. Smith. Patriot of Feb. 21, 1827 

Rachal and William F. Fessenden, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March i, 1827 

Betsey E. , daughter of late James, and James 
Harvey Butterworth, both of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, June 29, 1827 

George, of Warren, and Betsey Martin, 
daughter of Capt. John, Jr., of and at Bar- 
rington, Oct. 28, 1827 

Julia, of Providence, and Alfred Niger, of 

Saybrook, Ct., at Providence, Nov. 5, 1827 

Alfred S. and Ann M. Angell, both of and 

at Providence, by Rey. Mr. Pickering,, Dec. 10, 1827 



118 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BOWEN Capt. James G., of Fall River, and 

Mary Allen, of Newport, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 29, 1828 

Sarah A. S. and John P. Hazard, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. i, 1828 

James E. and Betsey W. Trott, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, at 

Warren, March 25, 1828 

Abby, of Providence, and Harley Luther, of 

Scituate, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, April 21, 1828 
Uriel and F'anny Wetherington, at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Warren, April 27, 1828 

Brown and Sally S. Brown, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Oct. 22, 1828 
William and Abby Simmons, at Warren. 

Patriot of Nov. 19, 1828 

William G., Esq., of East Greenwich, and 

Susan C. Packard, daughter of Capt. 

Samuel, of North Kingstown, at Wickford, 

by Rev. Mr. Burge, Nov. 4, 1828 

William G., Esq., of East Greenwich, and 

Susan C. Packard, daughter of late Capt. 

Samuel, of North Kingstown, at Wickford, 

by Rev. Mr. Burge. Patriot of Dec. 13, 1828 

Edward K., of Providence, and Celia Ann 

Frances, of and at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. 

Mr. Groves, Dec. 29, 1828 

Isaac G., of Coventry, and Almira J. Gibbs, 

daughter of Elijah, of and at Sterling, Ct. 

Patriot of Jan. 17, 1829 

Mary W., of Coventry, and Silas Welles, of 

E.xeter, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 15, 1829 
Aldibarentiphoscopohorino, of Fall River, 

and Andrew P'earing, of Boston, merchant, 

at Fall River, April 20, 1829 

Andros and Abigail Boodry, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 31, 1829 

Mary Ann, of North Providence, and Will- 
iam S. Taylor, of Providence, at former 

place, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 25, 1830 

Sarah C, of Providence, and Lewis C.Merrell, 

of North Providence, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 10, 1831 

BOWER Isaac, formerly of Providence, and 

Francis White, of Burke Co., Ga., at Lou- 
isville, Ga., Jan. — , 1808 
Ebenezer J., formerly of Providence, and 

Peggy McConkey, of and at Louisville, 

Ga., April 8, 1813 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES HQ 

BOWER Capt. Benanuel and Mary Wardwell, 

daughter of Stephen, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 14, 18(5 

BOWERS Nancy and Samuel Allen, Jr., at Re- 

hoboth. Phenix of May 5, 1804 

Sylvester and Sally Gifford, daughter of late 

Josiah, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano. Pheni.x 

of Oct. 27, 1804 

Minerva, of Providence, and William Greene, 

of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 26, 1S04 

Syndonia and Stephen Wardwell Snow, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 2, 1809 

Mary, of Providence, and Elijah Pomroy, of 

Walcott, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Williams. Phenix of Aug. 14, 1813 

Julia, of Providence, and Capt. William Pe- 
ters Smith, of Philadelphia, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. YVilson, 
Loan O., of Providence, and Rufus Harwood, 

of Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, 
Albert E. and Rachal Baker, both of and at 

Seekonk, 
Ann H., of Providence, and Capt. Lloyd 

Bowers, df Middletown, Ct., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker. Patriot of 
Capt. Lloyd, of Middletown, Ct., and Ann H. 

Bowers, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker. Patriot of 
Enoch T. and Tabitha Guyton, at Fort Haw- 
kins, Ga , 
William Allen, of Providence, and Ruth Wil- 

lard Gurney, of Middlebury, Mass., at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Content, of Swanzey, and Cromwell Bliss, 

Jr., of Rehoboth, at Swanzey. Patriot of 
Gertrude, youngest daughter of late Jona- 
than, and Joseph S. Chace, at Somerset. 

Patriot of 
George and Martha Read, both of Dighton, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Elizabeth and John Hart, both of this town, 

at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Rebecca, of Providence, and William Wes- 
ton, of Willington, Ct., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Church, 
BOWKER Clarissa Gardiner, daughter of How- 
ard, of Scituate, Mass, and Henry 

Learned, at Boston. Patriot of 



Oct. 18, 


1814 


Aprd II, 


1819 


Oct. 5, 


1820 


April 3, 


1822 


April 3, 


1822 


Aug. 13, 


1823 


Nov. 16, 


1823 


June 12, 


1824 


June 19, 


1824 


Oct. 26, 


1828 


Dec. 29, 


1828 


Oct. 31, 


1831 


Dec. 16, 


1826 



120 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BOWLER Abby H., daughter of the late Sam- 
uel B., and Henry Hoppin, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 26, 1810 

Charles L. and Hannah G. Aborn, daughter 

of Samuel, Esq., at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, May 4, 1813 

Daniel B. and Susan H. Hoppin, eldest 

daughter of Richard, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Feb. 5, 1827 
Joseph J. and Alice Munro, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Jan. 2, 1828 

BOWLES Adelia S. and John Francis, one of 

the publishers of the Times, at Hartford, 

Ct., Nov. 19, 1821 

BOWLING William and Mrs. Elizabeth Gould, 

both of Troy, Mass., at Portsmouth, Jan. 13, 1826 

BOYD Mary G., of Providence, and Pardon S. 

Pearce, of Little Compton, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Baker, • June 11, 1818 

Capt. Andrew, of East Greenwich, and Mary 

Bentley, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Jan. 28, 182 1 

Joseph and Betsey E. Luther, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev Dr. Benedict, Feb. 2, 1824 

John and Ruth Tallman, daughter of John, 

at Portsmouth, by Judge Corey, March 11, 1824 

Samuel, of Providence, and Deborah H. Dana, 

of and at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, Nov. 28, 1822 

Phebe M. and James B. Yerrington, printer, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Jan. 17, 1825 

William and Catharine Francis, daughter of 

Deacon Peleg, at Taunton. Patriot of April 29, 1826 

Ann. of Portsmouth, and John Adams, of 

Bristol, at Portsmouth, April 12, 1829 

BOYDEN Seth, of Sharon, and Nabby Sherman, 

of Fo.xboro, at Providence. Pheni.x of Dec. 3, 18 14 

Mary Ann, of Walpole, Mass., and Mason 

White, of Jewett City, Ct. Patriot of May 29, 1824 

BOYNTON Lucinda, of Warren, and E ijah 

Hall, of Bristol, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Rexford, June 4, 1820 

John and Ann Burdick, both of Smithfield, 

at Cumberland, Sept. 14, 1828 

BRACKETT Capt. Charles, of Randolph, Vt., 

and Susan Bugbee, of Roxbury, Mass., at 

Providence. Phenix of June 23, 1810 

Joseph and Nancy E. Payson, at Smithfield. 

Patriot of May 19, 18 19 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



121 



BRADFORD William B. and Mary Hoppin, 
daughter of Nicholas, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. (Next issue says Jan. 5 
is correct date.) Jan. i. i8o5 

George, Jr., and Abby Hoppin, at Provi- 
dence. Pheni.x of June 10, 1H09 
Susan, daughter of George, and Gideon Dav- 
enport, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, April 3, 1.-M4 

Hersey, Esq., and Abigail Atwood, daughter 
of Shefifield, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Bishop Grisvvold, July 21, 1.^16 

Charles, cashier of bank, at Lexington, Ky., 
and Mary Ann Corliss, eldest daughter of 
John, Esc , late of Providence, in Bour- 
bon Co., Ky., Sept. 9. 1817 

Sylvanus and Ruth Kimball, daughter of 

A , Esq , both of and at Gloce.ster, Jan. 3, 1819 

Mary L., daughter of John, and Josiah How- 
land, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Mann, Aug. 27, 1S20 

Benjamin Wardvvell and Jemima Gorham 
Peck, at St. Michael's Church, Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. 24. 182 1 

Eleenor, daughter of John, Esq., and Capt. 
Thomas Church, Jr , at Mt. Hope, Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Mann, June i, 1823 

Maria and Samuel Wilkinson, both of and at 

Woodstock, Ct. Patriot of June 14, 1823 

Joseph R., of Bristol, and Mary Munro, of 

and at Portsmouth, by Judge Corey, March 14, 1824 

Rebecca K. and Thomas Jefferson Gardiner, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge, Sept. 16, 1824 

Sarah and Capt. William H. Mosher, both 

of and at Bristol. Patriot of Nov. 10, 18.24 

Sophia W. and Capt. Philip Davenport, at 

Providence, by Mr. Tobey, May 15, 1825 

Charles I. and Elizabeth Coggeshall, daughter 
of late Dr. John M., at Bristol. Patriot 
of March 14, 1827 

William, Jr., and Rebecca Nooning, eldest 
daughter of Jonathan, both of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Bishop Grisvvold, Aug 2, 1827 

Martha K., of Providence, and John P. Tur- 
pin, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 6, 1828 

Sally J. and Lieut. W. Jarvis, U. S. Navy, 

at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Grisvvold, Dec. 8, 1828 

Maria W. and Claudius Bradford, at Dux- 
bury. Patriot of April 21, 1830 



122 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BRADFORD Sally, of Bristol, and Horace 
Seymour, of Newton, L. I., at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Bristed. Patriot of Aug. i8, 1830 

Mary and Albert S. Pearce, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. White, Sept. i, 183 1 

Claudius and Maria W. Bradford, at Dux- 
bury. Patriot of April 21, 1830 

Margaret S., of Waltham, and Seth Ames, 

of Lowell, at Waltham. Patriot of Oct. 19, 1831 

BRADHUM James S. and Ann C. Lacky, both 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict. Patriot of Aug. 2, 1823 
BRADLEY William and Phebe Lindley, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Joshua, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Aug. 13, 1809 

Charles and Eliza Bird, of Dorchester, Mass., 
by George Tillinghast, Esq., at Provi- 
dence, Oct. 18, 1812 

Charlotte and Capt. Gideon Young, of Provi- 
dence, at Springfield, Mass. Phenix of June 25, 1814 

Capt. William and Mrs. Abby L. Seamans, 
both of Providence, at Pawtu.xet. Patriot 
of Dec. IS, 1821 

Ann Maria, "The Fair Champion of the 
Wheel," and F"rederick Turner, at Great 
Barrington, Mass. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1829 

BRAGG Henry and Amey Ballou, both of Cum- 
berland, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pic- 
kering, Sept. 10, 1826 
BRAID Harriet and Marvin W. Fisher, at St. 
Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, Dec. 25, 1823 

Lucy L., of Pawtucket, and James Wilson, 
Jr., of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, April 18, 1827 

BRAIN Miss and Mr. Eld, in 

England. Phenix of Aug. 19. 1809 

BRALEY Hannah and Thomas Hale, both of 

and at Valley Falls. Patriot of Dec. 15, 1821 

Adeline, of Fairhaven, and Merchant White, 

of Freetown, at Fairhaven. Patriot of Aug. 18, 1827 

BRAMBLE Mary, 16, and Thomas Granger, 75, 

both of and in Kent Co., Md., June 21, 182 1 

BRAMAN Sylvanus B. and Mary Hodges, 
daughter of Isaac, both of and at Norton, 
by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Phenix of Nov. 7, 18 18 

Ann B., daughter of Dr. Amasa, of Millbury, 
Mass., and LeBaron Putnam, of Provi- 
dence, at Millbury. Patriot of July 4, 1821 

Isaac, of Norton, and Jemima P. Willis, of 

and at Taunton, by Rev. Alvan Cobb, Oct. 30, 1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 123 

BRAMAN Mary and Asa Marshall, at Albion 

Village, Dec. i6, 1832 

BRANCH Stephen and Rebecca Wood, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson,. March 15, 1807 

Stephen and Lucretia Loomis, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 16, 1807 

Nicholas and Sally Millard, at Warwick. 

Pheni.xof Oct. 21, 1809 

Daniel, of Providence, and Emma Giles, of 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Aug. 23, 18 10 

Amos, of Plainfield, and Henrietta Dorrance, 
daughter of late Lemuel, Esq., at Sterling, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Wills, Nov. i, 1812 

Aholiah and Mary Nichols, daughter of late 

John, at Cranston. Phenix of June 15, 1816 

William and Mary Lee, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 13, 1820 

Stephen and Emily Cooley, eldest daughter 
of Capt. Chauncey, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Dec. 18, 1820 

Joseph and Lucy Tucker, of Watertown, 

Mass., at Attleboro, Oct. 26, 1822 

John and Maria Scoville, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, Feb. 23, 1825 

Sarah B. and Nehemiah K. Aldrich, both of 
and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 10, 1825 

Rebecca W. and Clarke Kendall, both of 
Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. 
Kent, Nov. 25, 1827 

Pamela Ann, daughter of late Col. Sanford, 
of Providence, and William H. Sturtevant, 
of Pawtucket, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, Jan. 2, 1826 

Stephen, of Providence, and Mrs. Marietta 

Currien, of and at Warwick, Jan. 8, 1826 

Amey G., of Cranston, and Elias Dean, of 
Plainfield, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, May 29, 1826 

Henrietta M. A. and Luther Capron, at Ux- 

bridge, June 8, 1828 

Louisa, daughter of late Col. Sanford, of 
Providence, and George W. Hallett, both 
of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, May 18, 1829 

BRAND William M, merchant, and Henrietta 
Williamon Holley, only daughter of Presi- 
^'. dent Holley, of the Transylvania Univer- 
sity, at Lexington, Ky., Jan. i, 1825 
BRANDSHAVV Ann and F. C. Ringgold, at 

Baltimore. Patriot of March 8, 1823 



124 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HRANDT Miss , daughter of the late 

Col. Urandt, Chief of the Six Nations of 
Indians, and William J. Kerr, Esq., of 
Niagara, U. C, at the head of Lake On- 
tario. Patriot of Jan. 29, 1825 

Philip J., of Troy, N. Y., and Margaret D. 
Hrovvn, daughter of late Capt. William 
Siinfcird Brown, of and at Providence, by 
Rev Mr. Ludlow, May 31, 1825 

HRANSUON Bant, of Boston, and Clarrissa 
Daggett, daughter of Capt. Elijah Dag- 
gett, of and at Attleboro. Phenix of Nov. 17, 1810 
BR \N'r Cieorge P., formerly of Virginia, and 
Merced A. Gonzalez, by Rev. Mr. Mean- 
haut, of the Catholic Church, at Pensa- 
col.. Oct. 23, 1825 
BRAY John and Sarah Sophia Hunt, both of 
the Theatre Philadelphia, at Washington, 
by Rev. Mr. McCormick Phenix of Oct. 15, 1808 
KR YMAN Arnold, of E.xeter, and Ann Peck- 
ham, daughter of Benjamin, of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 11, 1820 

Emeline, daughter of David, and Jeremiah 
Gocidspeed, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Chnule.s, May 31, 1829 

Lydia, daughter of David, and William B. 

Peabodv, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, May 31, 1829 

BRAYTON Sarah, daughter of R .bert, of New- 
port, and Samuel F. Gardmer, at Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Phenix of July 8, 1809 

Sally, daughter of John, at Somerset, Mass., 
and Benjamin C. Cornell, at Bristol. Phe- 
nix of Oct. 20, 1810 

Mrs. Nancy and Chad Carey, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev Mr. Sprague, Aug. 9, 1818 

David and Mary Winslow, d ughter of Dr. 
John, both of and at Swanzey, by John 
Mason, Esq., June 17, 1819 

Parthenia, eldest daughter of Benjamin, 
formerly of Warren, and Benjamin T 
Slocum, of W^arwick, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis, Nov. 14, 18 19 

Hannah, of Tiverton, and Joel Master, of 
Dartmouth, at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 
Peckham, Eeb. 20, 1820 

Francis and Annis Lake, daughter of Par- 
don, at Tiverton. Patriot of Feb. 24, 1821 

Baulston and P'reclove Tripp, both of and at 

Smithf^eld, Aug. 7, 1823 

Maria and John Carr, both of and at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, March 17, 1824 



Dec. 23. 


1824 


Sei>t 15, 


1828 


M ii ch 29, 


■ 829 


Nov. Q, 


183" 


Mach 29, 


18-0 


Ji.ne 30 


1832 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 125 



HRAYToN Uiliim, of Cranston, and Ann 

Sherman, ot .md at VVaivvirk, 
Dr. Lloyd, ot Providence, ind Elizabeth N 

(ireeni'. 't and at Noith Providence, by 

i\e\. \)\. K'ifs. 
Mar\, 111 .Sniithfifld. .md John Smith, ol 

Killing^. Ct., ..t lohnsom, liy Rev \lr 

Mane i.stei. 
Georjic \. and Celi.i (i Ciarko. daughter ot 

Ray, ol ai'il at last G'eenwich. Patriot 

of ' 
HRAZIKR Mrs ■ an.line B md Willi mi Kinni- 

cutt, at VVo.ccsi-r. hv Re\. Mi Miller, 
BREAD and Miss — — heese I'a- 

tii'ii (it 
BREED George ot littsbuig, Peim , merchant. 

and Anna Williams, eldest daugiiter ot 

Abi.ithei.oi and at I aunton. by Rev. Mr 

Handlton. Sept. 25, 

BRKEZI-; l.i.ui. Saimicl Livinuston, U S 

Na\'y, and b ranees llotjan .Stmit, onl_\ 

daughter ■ f late lacob, l-'.sc).. at Belleville. 

N J ['atriot ol Jin. 1, 

Th"m.rs. ]Hirsor, U S. Navy, and Lucy 

Miri.i RandMlph, daughter of Richard K', 

Esq.. both of and at .\ewport, by Rev 

Mr. \\ heaton, M.ty 25. 

BREGA Solomr.n Mela, of Philadelphia, and 

Rebecca Woodbury, of Salem. Mass., at 
rovidence, Nov. 3, 

BRENTON Angelina, eldest d.rughter of Scipeo, 

01 Providence, and Ceazer Gardiner, of 

Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Dr 

Crncker, '^tig 22, 

BR KS'PON Kezi.i and Thomas Greenwood, both 

if and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 19, 

BRETT M irtin VV., merchant, and Susan Ann 

.Milledoler, daughter of Rev. Dr. Mille- 

doler, who married them at New York 

Phenix of (let. 19. 

Silas H.. of P'aston, and .Sally Paine, of and 

at Tiverton Phenix of March 21. 

BRETTON Margaret, daughter of William, and 

John Cozzens, at Newport. Pheni.x of March 24. 

BREWER John, bookseller, and Ruth Hall. 

both ot and at Providence, Jan. 23, 

C\rus and Mrs. Elizabeth Hrigham, both of 

and at Providence, by William H. Martin. 

Esq.. Nov. 27, 



825 

825 

825 
813 

824 
810 

816 
818 

S04 
820 

822 



126 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BREWER John and Mary Wright, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, May i8, 1823 
Rev. Josiah, missionary to Greece, and 

Amelia Ann Field, daughter of Rev. D. D., 

at Stockbridge, Mass. Patriot of Dec. 19, 1829 

BREWERTON Lieut. Henry, U. S. Engmeer 

Corps, and Caroline Louisa Knight, daugh- 
ter of late John, Esq , of Maryland, at 

Newport, July 20, 1826 

BREYLEY James and Mrs. Ann Vickerman, at 

Philadelphia, by Rev. Bishop White, April 25, 1825 

BRICKLKY Lydia P., daughter of Capt. Henry, 

and William Mitchell, both of and at Prov- 
idence, Sept. 5, 1824 
BRIDDLES Mrs. Mary E. and Samuel Saddler, 

of U. S. Light Artillery, at Providence. 

Phenix of June 11, 1814 

BRIDON Virginia, of Paris, France, and M. 

P'rederick Grenham, Minister Resident at 

Washington, at Kalarama, at the residence 

of Hon. Henry Middleton, by Rev. Mr. 

Mathews, Nov. 20, 1819 

BRIGGS Catharine, daughter of Deacon Jethro, 

and William Bailey, Esq., of Middletown, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Tenny, July 2, 1805 

Thomas, of Providence, and Mary Wright, of 

North Providence, at Providence. Phenix 

of March 10, 18 10 

Amos and Eliza Edmunds, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 8, 1810 

Col. Avery and Mrs. Cinderilla F"enner, of 

Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Sept. 23, 1810 
Eliza, of New Bedford, and Nathaniel Horse- 
well, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Feb. 9, 1812 

Freelove, daughter of Col. Peter, of Johnston, 

and Smith Angell, of North Providence, at 

Johnston, Jan. 17, 1813 

Lucy and Cooke Mott, at Johnston. Phenix 

of Dec. II, 1813 

Tilizabeth, of Wellington, Mass., and Samuel 

Davis, at Rehoboth, Oct. 9, 18 14 

Elijah and Thankful Hussey, both of and at 

Mendon. Phenix of Jan. 21, 1815 

Sally, of Attleboro, and Nathaniel Cole, at 

Rehoboth, Sept. 15, 181 1; 

Rev. Richard and P'anny Billings, daughter 

of Dr. Billings, of and at Mansfield, Mass., 

by Rev. Mr. Clarke, May 20, 1816 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 127 

BRIGGS Taylor and Philena Wilbur, both of 

and at Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Shep- 

ard. Phenix of June 15, 1816 

Horatio G., formerly of Providence, and Ab- 
igail Child, of and at Johnston, April 11, 1817 
Deborah, daughter of Job, PZsq., of Little 

Compton, and Barton Richmond, of Nash- 
ville, Tenn., at former place, by Rev. Mr. 

Shepard. Phenix of Nov. 22, 1817 

Alfred and Candace Allen King, daughter of 

Joseph, both of and at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, Jan. 4, iSiS 

Rev. Avery, of Hudson, N. Y., and Mary 

Winsor, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Jan. 5, 1818 

Mary T. and .Syrenus Paine, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mi. Pitman. Patriot of March 20, 1819 
Rev. Charles, of Lexington, Mass., and Eliza 

Casey, eldest daughter of Wanton, of and 

at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Patten, Aug. 14, 1820 

Joseph and Patience Perry, daughter of Syl- 
vester, Esq., at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. 

Gushee, Oct. 25, 1820 

Nancy and Simon F. A. Newcome, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 29, 1820 

Susan R., of Warwick, and Rhodes Hurk, of 

Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Oct. 14, 182 1 
Stephen, of Attleboro, and Lydia Weeden, of 

North Providence, at Attleboro, Nov. 30, 1S21 

Lavina, of Providence, and Halsey Miller, of 

Cumberland, at Providence. Patriot of Dec. 15, 1821 

Lydia, of Providence, and Christopher 

Knight, Esq., of Cranston, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Jan. 6, 1822 

Mrs. Olive, of Newport, and Joseph Brown- 

ell, of Middletown, at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 19, 1822 
Mrs. Sarah, of Providence, and Caleb Church, 

of Little Compton, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Parke, April 2, 1822 

Cordelia and William Springer, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Hartwell, April 22, 1822 

Fones and Louisiana Guild, daughter of 

Richard, both of and at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, May 5, 1822 

Amey and James Brown, 2nd, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 2, 1822 

Amos and Sarah Ann Beverly, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Baker, June 10, 1822 



128 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BRIGGS Wanton A. and Celia A. (irt-ene. 
daughter of late Capt. Hmjimin, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manche.stt-r 
Patriot of Sept 25, 1822 

Amey G., daughter of Willinm. of Pawtuxet, 
and William P. Arnold, of Providence, at 
Pawtu.xet. Patriot of Dec. 14, 1822 

Arnold, of Cranston, and Ann Eliz 1 Gon- 
solve, of and at Providence, by Rev Mr. 
Pickering, 

Lucinda, of Wellington, Mass., and Seabury 
Wheeler, at Rehoboth. Patriot of 

Gideon-C. and Marcy Greene, both of and at 
Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Patri-it 
of 

Abby R., daughter of late Benjamin, of East 
Greenwich, and Benajah Tourgee, Jr.. of 
North Kingstown, at former place, by Rev. 
Mr. Gardiner, 

Mary Ann and Capt. Charles Spencer, both 
of and at East Greenwich, by Rev. Pardon 
Tillinghast, 

Alcy and Capt. Alvin Jenckes, both of Cen- 
tral Falls, at Cumberland, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., 

Eliakim and Catharine B. Yerrington, eldest 
daughter of James, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Nov. 23, 1825 

Ruby Ann and Christopher Vaughan, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, March 16, 1826 

Mary M. and Daniel L. Barker, both of 
Providence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Sea- 
mans, Sept. 18, i8-'6 

Abby Eliza, only daughter of Lemuel W., 
and Jacob Babbitt, Jr., both of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, Oct. 7, 1826. 

Joseph, formerly of Smithfield, and Mary 
Fletcher, eldest daughter of Thomas, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 9, 1826 

Job, Jr., and Betsey Bailey, daughter of Dea- 
con Abraham, at Little Compton, by Rev. 
Mr. Paine, Nov. 23, 1826 

Edward C. and Sally L Avery, of Scituate, 

at Warwick, May 13, 1827 

Caroline, daughter of Samuel, of Coventry, 
and Philip F"iske, of Providence, at Coven- 
try, by Rev. Mr, Tatem, May 20, 1827 

Mrs. Thankful and James Hartwell, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 26, 1827 



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May 20, 


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PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 1^9 

BRIGGS Caroline, daughter of Joseph, of Smith- 
field, and Edmund J. Olney, of North 
Providence, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheney, Jan. i, 1828 

Caroline, daughter of Joseph, of Smithfield, 
and Edmund J. Olney, at Smith, by Rev. 
Mr. Cheney, Jan. i, 1828 

Alniira, of Pavvtucket, and William Cameron, 
of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Greene. Patriot of 

Thomas and Robey Hazard, of Westport, at 
Adamsville, R. I. Patriot of 

Mary, daughter of William, and Capt. Jacob 
Minzey, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Cynthia and William S. P"rench, at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of 

Daniel R., of Warwick, and Mehitable Ca- 
pron, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Mary and James M. Morris, both of Provi- 
dence, at Ware, Mass. Patriot of 

Mrs. Joanna and Henry Woodman, Jr., at 
Springfield. Patriot of 

Lydia Ann and Abner C. Manchester, 
BRIG HAM Levi, of Marlboro, and Patty Bel- 
knap, at Westboro. Pheni.v of Feb. 14, 1807 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Cyrus Brewer, both of 
and at Providence, by William H. Martin, 
P3sq., 

Fidelia, of West Boylston, and Samuel Cong- 
don, at Worcester. Patriot of 

Eliza W., daughter of Samuel W., Esq., and 
William S. Potter, attorney at law, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Maria and Gilbert Macomber, both of and at 
North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Abby C, second daughter of Samuel W., of 
Providence, and Edward B. Little, of New 
York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
BRIGHT Julia, 15, and Ignatius Haggett, 54, at 
Washington City. Patriot of 

Hugh T. and Charlotte Burte, both of New- 
port, at Tiverton. Patriot of 
BRIGHTMAN Hugh T., of Portsmouth, and 
Catharine B. Peabody, of and at Newport. 
Phenix of 

Hannah and Eleazer Sherman, both of Troy, 
Mass., at Newport. Patriot of 

Phebe, of Pawtucket, and Jeremiah Brown, 
of Taunton, at Pavvtucket. Patriot of 



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Oct, 


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Nov. 


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Jan. 


13. 


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July 


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Nov. 
Sept. 


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1822 


Dec. 21, 


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Aug. 28, 


1827 


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June 27, 


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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BRIGHTMAN Sarah, formerly of Newport, and 
James M, Warner, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Waterman, Jan. 26, 1829 

BRIERLY John and Sally Blake, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 23, 1823 

BRIMBLECOME William and Betsey Boddi- 
kens, by Rev. Mr. Tackum, all of and at 
Spiffletovvn, Dec. 31, 1829 

Margaret and Samuel Sibbins, both of Mas- 
sachusetts, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker. Patriot of Sept. 18, 1830 

BRINTON Mrs. Mary, 64, and Nathan Blake, 
94. He is the only survivor of the first 
settlers of the town, at Keene, N. H. Phe- 
nix of Jan. 11, 1806 

BRION Elizabeth G. and Benjamin Bennett, 

both of and at East Greenwich, March 21, 1819 

BRITTON Abiathan G., Esq., attorney at law, 
of Oxford, N. H., and Maria Fowle, daugh- 
ter of John, Esq., of Watertown, Mass., at 
Providence, by William Jones, Esq., Nov. 7, 1809 

William H., of Livermore, Me., and Eliza- 
beth A. Williams, of and at Taunton. Pat- 
riot of Oct. 2, 1824 
Phebe and Israel Purrington, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 11, 1827 

BROAD Charlotte, of West Boyleston, Mass., 
and Samuel Brooks, of Holden, at former 
place. Patriot of Aug. 12, 1826 

Ann and James Anderson, at Black Lake, L. 

I. Patriot of Feb. 27, 1828 

BROADIE Susannah, of Charleston, S. C, and 
William Thayer, formerly of Providence, at 
Charleston. Patriot of March 10, 18 19 

BROCKETT Marian and Joseph Richardson, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Oct. 28, 1832 

BRODIE Charlotte B. and Major Edward Smith, 
of Prince Edward Co., Va. They had 
agreed to be married 31 years ago but sep- 
arated the Major being in service and they 
supposed the other dead till recently. 
Phenix of July 27, 181 1 

BRONSON Enos, one of the editors of the Uni- 
ted States Gazette, and Mary White, 
daughter of Rt. Rev. William, at Phila- 
delphia, by Rev. Dr. Blackwell, Dec. 4, 1804 
Mary and Joseph Doolittle, both of and at 
Wallingford, Ct. Patriot of Aug. 22, 1821 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 131 

BROOKS Frances Louisa, of Newbury, and 

Samuel Drovvne, at Newbury, by Rev. Mr. 

Hubbard, April 29, i8ll 

Rebecca, of Walpole, and Ziba Thompson, 

of Bellingham, at Cumberland, by Nathan 

Arnold, Esq., July 3, 1820 

Elizabeth P., of New London, Ct., and Capt. 

Samuel S. Hopkins, of Providence, at New 

London. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1824 

Samuel, of Holden, and Charlotte Broad, of 

and at West Boyleston, Mass. Patriot of Aug. 12, 1826 

John G., editor of the Morning Courner, and 

Mary Elizabeth Aikin, daughter of late 

John, Esq., at New York. Patriot of Jan. 28, 1829 

Abby, daughter of Hon. P. C, and Charles 

Adams, youngest son of the e.x-President, 

at Boston. Patriot of Sept. 9, 1829 

BROTH ERSON Margaret A. and Silas G. 

Tripp, by Rev. David Kilbourne, Nov. 9, iS'^o 

BROTH ERTON Mary and Christian Benson, 

both of and at Providence, by Elder Brown, Nov. 19, 1827 
BROWN Reuben and Eliza Perkins, daughter of 

the late Brenton, of Newport, at South 

Kingstown. Pheni.x of June 15, 1802 

Edward and Lucy Knowles, daughter of Ed- 
ward, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Pheni.x of July 27, 1802 

Jeremiah and Esther Whipple, both of and 

at No. Providence. Pheni.x of Nov. 10, 1804 

Joseph and Mrs. Fidelia Whipple, at Smith- 
field. Phenix of Dec. i, 1804 
Mrs. Abigail and Capt. Samuel Morgan, at 

Providence, by Judge Martin. Phenix of Dec. 15, 1804 

Rebecca, of Warren, and Jonathan Almy, 

Esq., of Newport, at Warren. Pheni.x of March 29, 1806 
Thomas G. and Sarah Carver, May 8, 1806 

Ruth, daughter of William, of Portsmouth, 

and John Easton, 2d, of Middletown, at 

Portsmouth. Phenix of Oct. 4, 1806 

John and Sally Young Thompson, daughter 

of late Capt. Silas, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Cornell. Phenix of June 13, 1807 

Amey, daughter of late Capt. Isaac, and 

Benoni Cooke, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Nov. 8, 1807 

Jeremiah and Susan Matthews, of Wood- 
stock, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Nov. 8, 1807 

Sarah and Joshua Maid, at Hebron, Ct. Phe- 
nix of March 19, 1808 



132 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BROWN John and Eliza Daggett, daughter of 

Robert, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Aug. 15, 1808 

Phebe, daughter of late Gideon, and William 

Greene, at Johnston. Phenix of Oct. 22, 1808 

Eliza, daughter of Elisha, and Robert Dag- 
gett, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Phenix of Nov. 5, 1808 

Deborah and William Luther, at Warren. 

Phenix of Nov. 19, 1808 

Betsey, daughter of Ezra, and Nathaniel Rob- 
inson, Jr., at Attleboro. Phenix of Dec. 10, 1808 
Abby, daughter of late John, and Peleg Gar- 
diner, at Svvanzey. Phenix of Feb. 18, 1809 
David, of Warren, and Patience Rogers, 

daughter of Joseph, of and at Middletown, 

R. I. Phenix of April 22, 1809 

Abby P., daughter of Nathan, and Edmund 

Fish, both of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Sprague, May 12, 1809 

John and Fanny Ryan, daughter of late Capt. 

William, at Newport. Phenix of Jan. 6, 18 10 

Robey, of Sterling, Ct., and William A. Far- 
man, of Killingly, at Sterling. Phenix of March 31, 1810 
Ziba and Thankful Baker, at Killingly, Ct. 

Phenix of March 3t, 1810 

Isaac, of Providence, and Lydia Williams, 

daughter of Nathaniel W., of and at Dlgh- 

ton, April i, 1810 

Harriet B., daughter of Capt. Arthur, and 

Caleb C. Mumford, at Newport. Phenix of June 23, 1810 
Christopher, of No. Providence, and Mary 

Waterman, of and at Cranston. Phenix of July 14, 1810 
Eliza Harper and Daniel Howland, at P^ast 

Greenwich. Phenix of Oct. 13, 1810 

Rebecca, daughter of late Capt. Samuel M., 

and Samuel Mathewson, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Barker. Phenix of April 20, 181 1 

Lucy P. and Daniel Field, Jr., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 13, 181 1 

Patience, daughter of Jonathan, of Warwick, 

and James V. Chilson, of Providence, at 

Warwick. Phenix of June 22, 1811 

Patrick, Esq., of Nassau, N. P., and Harriet 

Thayer, only daughter of Williams, Plsq., 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, July 14, 18 [I 

Lemuel, of Cumberland, and Elizabeth 

Angier, of Charlton, Mass., at Cumberland, Feb. 16,1812 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 133 

BROWN Eliza Harper, daughter of late Capt. 

William S., and Oliver Angell Jenckes, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 14, 181 2 

Samuel, Esq., of Providence, and Amey 

Brown Humphrey, of and at No. Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1812 

Rebecca and Peregrine P. Foster, both of 

Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Curtis. Phenixof Dec. 5, i8l2 

James and Lydia G. Carpenter, daughter of 

John, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 29, 1813 

Amey Greene, of Providence, and Elkanah 

Andrew, of Taunton, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, May 7, 1813 

Mary and Pearce Arnold, at Johnston, Sept. 18, 1813 

Col. Augustus and Mary Williams, daughter 

of late George, of Smithfield, at Johnston. 

Phenix of Feb. 19, 1814 

Elizabeth and Seaman Johnson, at Coventry, Feb. 27, 1814 
George C. and Cynthia Turner, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, April 10, 1814 

Alice, daughter of Capt. Isaac, and Truman 

Beckwith, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 15, 1814 

Abigail and Josiah Seamans, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 8, 1815 

Pardon A., of Providence, and Phebe Cooke, 

daughter of John W., of and at Glocester, 

by Rev. Mr. Cooper. Pheni.x of May 13, 181 5 

Hugh H., one of the editors of Providence 

Gazette, and Eunice E. Tabor, eldest 

daughter of Thomas, by Rev. Dr. Gano, at 

Providence, May2i, 1815 

Dexter, of Providence, and Mahala Hicks, of 

Uxbridge, Mass., at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield. I'henix of June 17, 1815 

Jesse, of Attleboro, and Louisa Babcock, of 

Plainfield, Ct., at Providence, Oct. 13, 1815 

Martha, daughter of Henry, of Scituate, and 

P21ihu Randall, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Westcott. Phenixof Dec. 30, 1815 

Abijah, of No. Kingstown, and Mary Dixon, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Phenix of March 2, 18 16 

Daniel and Abby Fenner, youngest daughter 

of Pardon, both of and at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague, March 7, 18 16 

John, of Providence, and Mary Ann Greene, 

of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, March 26, 1816 

Nabby and Israel Arnold, Jr., both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 24, 1816 



134 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BROWN Mrs. Eliza and Sabin Lethbridge, both 

of and at New York, by Rev. Dr. Spring, June i8, 

Mrs. Sybel, daughter of John Perrin, and Ol- 
ney Dyer, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. ii, 

Lydia, daughter of Capt. John, and Capt. Pe- 
leg Rogers, both of and at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Hall, Oct. 6, 

Dianna and John Humphrey, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 21, 

Stephen and Mrs. Nancy Liscome, at Provi- 
dence, Oct. 12, 

Catharine and Peter Williamson, both of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, Nov. 2, 

Nathan A., of Smithfield, and Nancy Havens, 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 25, 

Samuel, Esq., Naval Officer, District of 
Providence, and Mary Gardiner Martin, 
only daughter of late Capt. James, of and 
at Newport, by Rev. Romeo Elton, Aug. 4, 

Capt. Martin, of Barrington, and Sally Round, 

of and at Bristol, Nov. 27, 

Susan and Major Caleb Alverson, Jr., both 

of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Jan. 19, 

Charlotte and Eewis Brunei, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Feb. 25, 

Mark and Rose Waters, at Colchester, Ct., 
after a courtship of 35 years, having had 
15 children and 8 grand children. Patriot 
of April 10, 

Honor and Abraham Borden Rathburn, both 

of North Kingstown, at Portsmouth, April 20, 

Cyrene and Esek Beverly, both of and at 

Scituate, May 5, 

Mary D., daughter of Major Elisha, of Tiver- 
ton, and Benjamin Crandall, of Providence, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Coleman. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 15, 

Eloisa A., of Providence, and John C. Hatch, 
of Middletown, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, Sept. 20, 

Pardon, of Glastenbury, Ct., and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Church, widow of Samuel, of and at 
Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Sheperd, Oct. 31, 

Smith and Laura Wakefield, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Samuel Mann, Esq., Nov. 25, 

Thomas G. and Sarah E. Boone, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Nov. 28, 

James M. and Sarah A. Howland, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 5, 



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135 



BROWN Martha, youngest daughter of late Gid- 
eon, of Johnston, and Owen Taylor, of 
Scituate, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Sprague, March 19, 1820 

Mrs. Lucy, of Providence, and John Martin, 
of Woodstock, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, March 23, 1820 

Benjamin, of Portsmouth, and Marcy Man- 
chester, daughter of Thomas, of Middle- 
town, at Newport. Patriot of March 29, 1820 

Samuel Norris, of Providence, and Ange- 
line Jones, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Jones, March 19, 1820 

Eliza, daughter of Col. Thomas, and Rufus 
Steere, both of and at Chepachet. Pa- 
triot of April I, 1820 

Nicholas, Jr., and Abby Mason, eldest 
daughter of late Hon. James B., both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 5, 1820 

Freelove, daughter of Joseph, of Smithfield, 

and Samuel B. Ashton, at Providence, Ji'^y 27, 1820 

Abraham, of Middletown, and Lucy Little, 
daughter of Nathaniel, of and at Little 
Compton. Patriot of Feb. 7, 1821 

Ebenezer P. and Sally Jillson, eldest daugh- 
ter of Oliver, both of and at Providence. 
Patriot of April 7, 1821 

Roxey, of Taunton, and Thomas Carey, of 

and at Wellington. Patriot of April 14, 1821 

Nathaniel and Martha T. Kmnecut, third 
daughter of Josiah, Esq., both of and at 
Barrington. Patriot of April 18, 1821 

Lucy and Isaac Thurber, at Providence, May 6, 1821 

Capt. John and Mrs. Maria Theresa Nichols, 
both of Providence, at Savannah, by Rev. 
Mr. Cranston, July 5, 1821 

Sarah, fourth daughter of Hon. Nathan, and 
William Harris, both of and at Johnston, 
by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Aug. 26, 1821 

Samuel and Ann S. Mason, daughter of Dr. 
Joseph, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Barnabus Bates, Nov. 18, 1821 

Lavina, daughter of Jonathan, and Capt. 
Wooster Carpenter, both of and at See- 
konk. Patriot of Dec. 15, 1821 

Abby, eldest daughter of Gideon, Esq., and 
Capt. James Arnold, both of and at John- 
ston, May 16, 1822 

James, 2d, and Amey Briggs, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 2, 1822 



136 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BROWN Jesse and Lydia Jenckes, both of North 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft. Patriot of June 15, 1822 

Gurdon Perkins and Esther Dean, both of 
and at Plainfield, Ct., by Rev. Orrin Fow- 
ler, June 16, 1822 

Ann Carter, only daughter of Nicholas, and 
John Brown Francis, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Messer, June 18, 1822 

George, of Ohio, and Eliza Carpenter, of 

Foster, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone, July 19, 1822 

W and Jane Murdock, at Kirrouch- 

tree, Eng., after 50 years' courtship. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 17, 1822 

James, of Somerset, and Lydia Weaver, of 

and at Troy, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Borden, Sept. 18, 1822 

Hannah, daughter of William, and John D. 

Williams, at South Kingstown. Patriot of Oct. 10, 1822 

Eliza C. and Granville Slack, at St. Paul's 

Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. 13, 1822 

Sarah, daughter of Thomas, and Capt. Ste- 
phen K. Rathbone, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 15, 1822 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, and Josiah G. 
Gladding, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1822 

Riley and Mary Reynolds, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 13, 1822 

Eliza, daughter of Jesse, of Cumberland, and 
John M. Capron, of Walden, N. Y., at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 21, 1822 

Samuel and Sarah Luther, daughter of James, 
both of and at Swanzey, bv Rev. Mr. Tay- 
lor. Patriot of ' Dec. 14, 1822 

Catharine, daughter of Elisha, of North Prov- 
idence, and Freeman F"isher, of F"almouth, 
Mass., at former place, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. 
Patriot of Jan. 4, 1823 

Catharine, daughter of Elisha, of North Prov- 
idence, and Freeman Fisher, of Falmouth, 
Mass., at former place, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. 
Patriot of Jan. 4, 1823 

Abraham and Almira Manchester, daughter 

of Capt. James, at Tiverton. Patriot of Jan. 8, 1823 

Amey and Jane Winsor, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Henry S. Mansfield, Esq., Feb. 20, 1823 

Godfrey, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Lucretia 
Averill, of and at Pomfret, Ct, by Rev. 
Mr. Porter. Patriot of April 12, 1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 137 

BROWN Richard A., of North Providence, and 
Julia R. Tracy, of Seekonk, at Ashford, Ct. 
Patriot of May 28, 1823 

Samuel and Mary Greenwood, eldest daugh- 
ter of Isaac, of and at New York. Patriot 
of July 9, 1823 

Clarriet, of Smithfield, and Dr. George Ca- 
pron, of North Providence, at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Patriot of July 23, 1823 

Allen and Martha Cole, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Sept. 21, 1823 

Abigail, of Little Compton, and Isaac B. 
Richmond, of Savannah, Ga., at Little 
Compton, by Rev. Mr. Paine, Oct. 2, 1823 

Arthur F. and Elizabeth P. Rounds, both of 

Providence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, Oct. 5, 1823 

Abigail, of Little Com|:)ton, and Isaac B. Rich- 
mond of Savannah, Ga., at Little Compton. 
Patriot of Oct. 18, 1823 

Mary L., daughter of late Edward, and Syl- 
vester S. Southworth, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 9, 1823 

Sarah, of Providence, and Capt. Jeremiah 
Jones, of Dighton, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, Nov. 9, 1823 

Ansel and Marcy Lessell, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Patriot of Dec. 27, 1823 

George G. and Zilpha Chace, both of and at 

Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, March 21, 1824 

Benedict, Jr., and Hannah Potter Spencer, 
daughter of Dexter, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Aug. 12, 1824 

Amey, of North Kingstown, and Henry Salis- 
bury, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge, Oct. 3, 1824 

Francis and Hannah Bowen, both of and at 

Warren. Patriot of Nov. 3, 1824 

Stephen A., of Providence, and Naomi Har- 
ris, youngest daughter of Jonathan, of and 
at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, P'eb. 20, 1825 

Sarah O., eldest daughter of Samuel, and El- 
hanan Martin, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, April 5, 1825 

Patience, daughter of lienjamin, and David 
D. White, both of Portsmouth, at New- 
port, May 12, 1825 

Margaret D., daughter of late Capt. William 
Sanford Brown, of Providence, and Philip 
J. Brandt, of Troy, N. Y., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 31, 1825 



138 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BROWN Adam and Eliza S. Wall, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 3, 

Sarah, daughter of John, and Daniel R. Pano, 
both of and at I.ittle Compton. Patriot 
of July 9, 

Sarah, daughter of John, Esq., and Daniel 

Paine, at Little Compton. Patriot of July 27, 

Celia and Joseph Cobb, Jr., at Wrentham, 

Mass., by Rev. Elisha Fiske, Aug. 28, 

Sarah B. and George Nichols, at South 

Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Hrown, Sept. i, 

Ephraim, of Providence, and Mary Ann 
Allen, daughter of Samuel, of and at See- 
konk, by Rev. James O. Barney, Oct. 19, 

Catharine, daughter of late Philip, and Will- 
iam Wyman, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, Oct. 20, 

Zeolide W,, of Wrentham, Mass., and Benja- 
min T. Foster, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Vx\es, Nov. 30, 

Zeolide W., of Wrentham, and Benjamin T. 
Foster, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Nov. 30, 

Susan and Major John G. Carver, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Jan. 10, 

Dexter, of Scituate, and Ann Maria Sheldon, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, April 6, 

Olive and Joseph Munro, Jr., at Seckonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pease, April 9, 

Hon. Nathan and Susan Smith, daughter of 

late Job, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, July 16, 

Capt. Benjamin and Ruth Read, daughter of 

William, both of and at Troy, Mass., July 23, 

William L., of Providence, and Sally L. 
Munro, daughter of Palmer, of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, July 30. 

Henry and Nancy B. Warren, daughter of 
Major Russell, both of and at l^ristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Mann, Sept. 3, 

Eliza W., daughter of James F., and Dr. 
Henry F. Saunders, at Norwich, Ct. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 30, 

Jeremiah, of Taunton, and Phebe Bright- 
man, of and at Pawtucket. Patriot of Oct. 4, 

Lyman, of Jewett City, Ct., and Julia Day, 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, Oct. i(, 

Lydia B., daughter of late Major Elisha, of 
Tiverton, and Asa Pease, of New Bedford, 
at Tiverton. Patriot of Oct. 18, 



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BROWN Samuel, of South Kingstown, and 
Amey Gardiner, daughter of Vincent, of 
and a North Kingstown, by Rev. William 
Northup, Oct. 29, 

John, of Maryland, and Mary Beal, of Bristol, 

at Warren. Patriot of Feb. 14, 

Ezra and Maria Carpenter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 3, 

Elnathan C, of Westerly, and F"rances G. 
Hazard, daughter of late John, of New- 
port, at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Northup, 

George U., of North Providence, and Mary 
V. Beebe, of Johnston, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of 

Joseph C., of Baltimore, and Sarah I. Hunt, 
daughter of Peter, of and at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Barney, 

Sila and Otis Whipple, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of 

James D. and Lydia T. Shaw, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. ]?rown, 

Lydia and William B. Tilley, both of Provi- 
dence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Virgin, 

Alfred and Matilda S B. Ellis, daughter of 
James E., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

William and Ann Williams, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Benjamin J. and Eunice S. Barker, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. President 
Wayland, 

Thomas and Hannah H. Beane, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Rebecca M., daughter of late Capt. John, 
and John S. Davidson, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, March 6, 

George, of Coventry, and Miranda Johnston, 
daughter of James, of and at Smithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq., March 16, 

William, of Worcester, and Louisa Gladding, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 2, 

Gushing, Jr., and Eliza Freeman, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 24, 

George C. and Sarah Ann Stanton, daughter 

of Samuel, Esq., at Charlestown, R. I., May i, 

Herman and Nancy P. Towne, both of 

North Providence, Aug. 3, 

Christopher, of Pawtucket, and Nancy J. 
Armstrong, of Norwich, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, by Stephen Branch, Esq., Aug. 31, 



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140 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BROWN John Smith and Ann Rounds, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 13, 1828 

William A., publisherof the Toilet, and Catha- 
rine Nichols, daughter of Charles, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Oct. 20, 1828 

Sally S. and Brown Bowen, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 22, 1828 

Lydia G., of Warwick, and James LeBaron, 

of Scituate, at Warwick, 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 Ravvson, daughter 
of Joseph, 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 

James S. and Sarah P. Gridley, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Frieze, Feb. 26, 1829 

Sayles, of Providence, and Eliza S. Seatle, of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wa- 
terman, March 12, 1829 

Lieut. Thompson Skinner, U. S. Corps of 
Engineers, and Ann Scott Mann, daugh- 
ter of Dr. John P., of and at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Wheaton, April 21, 1829 

Pamela, daughter of late Major General 
Brown, and IJeut. D. H. Vinton, U. S. 
Army, formerly of Providence, at Brown- 
ville.'N. Y. Patriot of July 25, 1829 

Emil)' and Andrew M. Smart, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Frieze, Nov. 26, 1829 

Reuben and Julia Ann Chace, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Dec. 20, 1829 

John Edwin and Abby C. Field, daughter of 
Richard M., at Providence, at the Pacific 
Congregational Church, by Rev. Mr. Wa- 
terman, Dec. 24, 1829 

Mary and Matty Antonides, of Park Theatre, 

both of and at New York. Patriot of Jan. 27, 1830 

Helena Maria and Charles L. White, at New 

York. Patriot of April 10, 1830 

James Alexander and Charlotte Death, by 
His Honor the Mayor, at Boston. Patriot 
of Oct. 27, 1830 

Sarah Ann and Samuel Gladding, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Lewis, July 12, 183 1 

Cassander and Cornelia Randall, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev Mr. Waterman. 
Patriot of Aug. 25, 1S32 

Mary and Anthony Gallaghar, of Warwick, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Carry, Nov. 21, 1832 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES I4I 

BROWNELL Isaac and Susannah Anthony, both 

of this town. Phenix of May 28, 1803 

Thomas and Betsey Cahoune, daughter of 

the late Captain, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, April 26, 1804 

Nathan C. and Hannah 11 Wilbur, daughter 

of Hon. Isaac, Lt. Gov. of the State, at 

Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Pcckham. 

Pheni.x of Jan. 19, 181 1 

Peter and Angelina Sabin, only daughter of 

late Capt. James, of Providence, at Reho- 

both, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 
Patience and George Waterman, both of and 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Jones, 
Peter, merchant, of Providence, and Roxilana 

Allen, of Seekonk, Mass,, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Moses, of Providence, and Celindy Oitiisby, 

of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 
Jonathan, of Westport, and P^liza H, Sim- 
mons, daughter of David, of and at Little 

Compton, by Rev. Mr. Sheperd. Phenix 

of 
Isaac and Mary Anthony, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Dr. Pardon and Lucia Emilia DeWolf, 

daughter ot Charles, Esq., of Bristol, at 

Providence, 
Col. George, of Scituate, and Ann Wilbur, 

of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Mary and Samuel Anthony, both of Port.s- 

mouth, at Newport, by Ivev. Mr. Eddy. 

Patriot of p'eb. 16, 1S20 

James and Lydia Church, both of Little 

Compton, at Newport, June 6, 1S20 

Christopher, of Westport, and Mary Crandall, 

daughter of Stephen, of and at Tiverton. 

Patriot of Nov. 4, 1820 

Mary and John Sisson, at Little Compton. 

Patriot of Nov. 11, 1820 

Dr. Richmond and Harriet Church, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Gamaliel, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 19, i82r 

Joseph, of Middletown, and Mrs. Olive 

Uriggs, of and at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 19, 1822 

Oliver and Sarah Greene, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of Eeb. 13, 1822 
Cooke and Deborah Hillard, at Little Comp- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Coleman. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1822 



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1814 


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142 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BROWN ELL Oliver and Sarah Greene, both 

of Portsmouth, at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1822 

Martha and Thomas T. Cornell, both of 

Portsmouth, at Newport. Patriot of May 18, 1822 

Abraham and Phebe Tripp, at VVestport. 

Patriot of May 24, 1823 

Eliza and Howland Tripp, at Westport. 

Patriot of May 24, 1823 

Amey and Charles Hadwen, at P'riends' 

Meeting House, Somerset. Patriot of Sept. 20, 1823 

Clarissa and Isaac Wilco.x, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. .Mr. Wilson, Oct. 8, 1823 
Harriet B, daughter of late Sylvester, and 

Nathaniel H. Langley, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 31, 1823 
Peleg, of Little Compton, and Desire Tripp, 

daughter of Capt. Tillinghast Tripp, of 

and at Westport Patriot of F"eb. 7, 1824 

Mary F., daughter of Joseph, of Middletown, 

and William Smith, at Newport. Patriot 

of March 27, 1824 

Joshua, of Troy, Mass., and Orpah Bennett, 

of and at Tiverton, Oct. 20, 1824 

Samuel, of Westport, and Sarah Almy, 

daughter of Job, of and at Tiverton, by 

Rev. Mr. Peckham. Patriot of Nov. 3, 1824 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Edmund, Esq., 

and James Davis Peckham, M. D., at 

Little Compton. Patriot of Jan. 22, 1825 

Phebe C, daughter of late William, and 

Daniel Hendrick, at Smithfield, by Lewis 

Dexter, PZsq., July 24, 1825 

Edward P., of East Haddam, Ct., and An- 

stress Cole, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Barney. Patriot of May 20, 1826 

Robert, of New York City, and Caroline 

Irons, daughter of Nicholas, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 2, 1826 

Thomas, of Tiverton, and Mary A. Haswell, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 11, 1827 
Mary Ann and Sylvester Hines, both of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 30, 1828 

William T. and Sally T. Williams, daughter 

of John, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Choules, April 27, 1831 

Mary, of Little Compton, and Charles Luther, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, March 13, 1832 
BROWNING William, of South Kingstown, and 

Desire Watson, daughter of Hon. John, at 

Stonington, Ct. Patriot of July 24, 1819 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 143 



BROWNING Major Potter and Martha F. 

daughter of William C, Clarke, both of 

South Kingtowu, at Norwich, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Sterry, Dec. 25, 1820 

Major Potter and Martha F. Clarke, daugh- 
ter of William C, Fscj., of South Kings- 
town, at Warwick, Ct. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1821 
Abijah, Esq., of Charleston, and Susan Gavitt, 

daughter of Sanford, of and at Westerly, Feb. 9, 1823 

Mrs. Sarah W. and Benjamin W. Hendricks, 

both of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Cutler, Sept. 19, 1824 

Capt. Beriah G., of Bristol, and Marian Will- 

ard, of and at Warren. Patriot of Aug. 20, 1825 

William, of North Kingstown, and Maria 

Watson, of South Kingstown, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 15, 1S30 
BRUCE P" ranees R. H. and Capt. Elisha Snow, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Oct. 18, 1813 

John and Rebecca R. Holmes, both of and at 

Attleboro. by Rev. Mr. Killham, June 26, 1823 

BRUEN Mrs. Eliza, daughter of Rev. Samuel 

Nott, and Sherman Converse, editor of Con- 
necticut Journal, at PVanklin, June 28, 18.24 
BRUNEL Lewis and Charlotte Brown, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Feb. 25, 1819 
BRUNNER Pina and Morrison Belcher, printer, 

at Troy, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Bem.ui, P'eb. i, (832 

BRUNSWICK Morris and Sus;.n Lethbridge, at 

Boston. Patriot of Dec. 7, 1825 

BRUNTON Miss , of Covent Garden 

Theatre, a sister of Mrs. Warren, of the 

Philadelphia Theatre, and the P'arl of 

Craven. Pheni.x of Feb. 27, 1S08 

BRUSH Philetus, of South-East, N. Y., and Mrs. 

Esther Wood, at Norwalk, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Swan. Pheni.x of Nov. 2,1811 

BRYANT Charlotte and Richard Sturch, both 

of and at Bristol, March 9, 1820 

BUCHAAN Mrs. Serenoida, daughter of 

Major William Smith, of Tennessee, and 

Isaac Southworth, formerly of Providence, 

at Florence, A. T., June 20, 1819 

BUCHANAN Mary, daughter of late Andrew, 

of Baltimore, and Nathan Sanford, U. S. 

Senator from New York, at Baltimore, Md. 

Patriot of June 7, 1S28 

BUCKNAM Margaret and Nathaniel Phillips, 

at Boston. Phenix of Nov. 21, 1807 



144 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BUCK Sarah and Joshua Bull, both of Buffalo, 

at WiUiamsville, N. Y. Phenix of 
Erastus, of Killingly, Ct., and Esther W. 

Converse, of and at Thompson, Ct. Pa- 
triot of 
BUCKLIN John C, merchant, and Sarah Smith, 

daughter of Capt. Snnon, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. I^heni.x of 
Amey, daughter of late John, of Rehoboth, 

and Washington Jenckes, of Smithfield, at 

Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 
Rev. Sylvanus V., of Marlboro, and Nancy 

Balcom, of and at Attleboro, 
Minerva Ann, of Rehoboth, and Robert Rog- 

erson, of Pavvtucket, at Providence, 
William and Mary Church, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Pheni.x of 
Benjamin and Hannah French, both of and 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 
Adah, daughter of Ebenezer, of Seekonk, 

and William Jerauld, of North Providence, 

at Seekonk, 
Cynthia, of Seekonk, and Jabez Ingraham, of 

Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 
Ann, of Seekonk, and Dr. Caleb Miller, at 

Bristol, by Nathaniel Bullock, Esq., 
Joseph, of Ludlow, Mass., and Mary Slater, 

of and at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, 
Sarah, of Seekonk, and May D. Mason, of 

Svvanzey, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
George and Sarah A. Davis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Willard D., of Pavvtucket, and Phebe Wal- 

dron, of Wellington, Mass., at Dighton, by 

Rev. Mr. Gushee, 
Nathan and Abigail Proctor, daughter of 

Nathaniel, both of and at Olneyville, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Lydia Scott, of Smithfield, and Bela Lincoln, 

of North Providence, at Smithfield. Pa- 
triot of 
Major George and Mrs. Lydia Osgood, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
George and Mrs. Lydia Basgood, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
BUCKMINSTER Olivia and George B. Emer- 
son, at Cambridge, by Rev. President 

Kirkland, 



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1809 


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1810 


June 23, 


1810 


May 29, 


1814 


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1814 


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1815 


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PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 145 

BUDLONG Amos and Sally Waterman, daugh- 
ter of Col. William, of Coventry, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, May 7, 1812 

Abby Ann, daughter of Samuel, and John 

Asa King, at Cranston, Feb. 17, 1814 

Catharine and John W. Atwood, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Oct. 5, 1817 

Samuel and Lydia Arnold, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem. Patriot of Nov. 24, 18 19 

Joseph S., of Cranston, and Mary Ann Ar- 
nold, third daughter of Ephraim, Esq., of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Aug. 18, 1822 

Susan, youngest daughter of Samuel, Esq., 
of Cranston, and Alvin Arnold, of War- 
wick, at Cranston. Patriot of Feb. 12, 1823 

George W. and Maria Budlong, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Sept. 28, 1823 

John S. and Lucy Budlong, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Sept. 28, 1823 

Lucy and John S. Budlong, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Sept. 28, 1823 

Maria and George W. Budlong, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Sept. 28, 1823 

Col. Samuel and Sarah A. Whitman, daugh- 
ter of Gen. Reuben, both of and at War- 
wick. Patriot of April 10, 1824 

James E. and Abby Johnson, of Newport, 

at Providence. Patriot of June 18, 1825 

John, of Cranston, and Rachal Albro, of Cov- 
entry, at Cranston, by Rev. Henry Tatem, July 26, 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. P i- 
triot of June 25, 1S28 

Anthony, of Providence, and Mary Crain, of 

and at Pomfret, Ct., Oct. 20, 1828 

Samuel, Jr., of Cranston, and Rachal Mar- 
tin, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Jan. 15, 1829 

Susan and Willard Clafflin, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, March 11, 1830 

Benjamin and Robey Greene, at Warwick, April i, 1830 

BUFFUM Arnold, of Smithfield, and Rebecca 
' Gould, daughter of John, of Middletown, 

at Friends' Meeting House, Newport. 
Phenix of June 16, 1804 

Eliza, daughter of late Joshua, and Henry S. 
Mansfield, both of and at Smithfield. Phe- 
nix of Nov. 23, 181 1 



146 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BUFFUM Lydia, of Smithfield, and Samuel 

Shove, of Providence, at Smithfield. 

Phenix of July lo, 1813 

Margaret, daughter of David, of Newport, 

and Abraham Barker, of Tiverton, at New- 
port, at the Friends' Meeting House. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 13, 1819 
Mrs. Mary and Thomas Mowry, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Patriot 

of Jan. 20, 1821 

Benjamin and Hannah Taft, both of and at 

Uxbridge. Patriot of May 11, 1822 

Horace and Mary Rhodes Page, daughter of 

Capt. Martin, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, Oct. 3, 1826 

Earle, of New Hampshire, and Almira Ar- 
nold Stafford, of and at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Tillinghast, April 15, 1828 

BUFFINGTON Sarah, daughter of Benjamin 

and Livingstone Jenckes, formerly of 

Rhode Island, at Orwell, Pa., Jan. i, 1812 

Darius and Rebecca Robinson, both of and 

at Swansey, by John Mason, Esq., Dec. 16, 1819 

Eunice C, of Svvanzey, and George W. 

Anthony, of Somerset, at Swanzey, by 

John Mason, Esq., Jan. 2, 1823 

Rebecca, of Swanzey, and Allen Chandler, 

of Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, Jan. 3, 1824 

Elvira and Marchant Baker, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Dec. 8, 1825 

Alfred S. and Ann Maria Hauswell, at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April i, 1827 

Benjamm, of Swanzey, and Martha T. 

Luther, of and at Somerset. Patriot of Oct. 20, 1827 
Daniel, 2d, and Mary Reynolds, daughter of 

Tanner, both of and at Troy, Mass. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 20, 1827 
Oliver and Elizabeth Reynolds, at Fall 

River. Patriot of May 9, 1829 

George W. and Sarah G. Westcott, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Warne, Sept. 27, 1829 
BUGBEE Susan, of Roxbury, Mass., and Capt. 

Charles Brackett, of Randolph, Vt., at 

Providence. Phenix of June 23, 1810 

Chester, of Attleboro, and Jerusha Blake, 

daughter of Ezra, of and at Wrentham, by 

Rev. Mr. Fiske, Dec. 19, 181 1 

James, of Woodstock, Ct., and Betsey Dor- 

rance, of and at Warren. Phenix of Jan. Ii, 1812 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 147 

BUGBEE Rachel, of Woodstock, Ct., and 

Thomas M. Williams, of Brooklyn, Ct., at 

Woodstock. Patriot of June 28, 1823 

James H., of Providence, and Mir.mda 

Keech, of and at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, June 28, 1825 

Capt. Chester and Lucretia Williams, at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, May 24, 1826 

BUGBY Nancy, of Woodstock, Ct., and Daniel 

C. Pearson, of Providence, at Woodstock. 

Patriot of Jan. 26, 1820 

BUKER Hannah, 19, and Joseph Warren, 17, 

at Dartmouth. Patriot of Aug. 19, 1829 

BULL Frederick G., of Boston, and Jane Tucker, 

of and at Boston. Phenix of Oct. 24, 1807 

Joshua and Sarah Buck, both of Buffalo, at 

Williamsville, N. Y. Pheni.x of Aug. 10, 1816 

Sarah T. and William G Hammond, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr Wheaton Patriot of Jan. 30, 1828 
BULLARD Mary, daughter of Lsaac, and Capt. 

Henry G. Mumford, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 28, 1817 
Rev. Dexter, pastor of Christian Church, at 

Greenwich, Mass., and Julia Sayles, young- 
est daughter of Capt. Daniel, of Franklui, 

Mass., at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, F"eb. i, 1821 

Mary, of Pepperill, Mass., and Dr. S. Bland- 

ing, at Camden, S. C. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

Samuel P., of Ware, Mass., and Mary Ann 

Burr, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, Sept. 23, 1824 

Mary and Dexter Barnes, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Dec. 24, 1828 

Ann Eliza and Gideon Garnett, Sept. 25, 1831 

BULLING Moses, of Medway, Mass., and China 

Ware, of Sherbourne, .Vlass., at E. Fosters, 

married by Samuel Brown, Esq., Oct. 13, 1805 

BULLOCK Capt. Richmond and Rhoda Peck- 
ham, daughter of William, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Phenix of Oct. 19, 1802 

■ " Ann, daughter of Capt. Jabez, and Capt. 

Sylvanus G. Martin, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 26, 1804 

Capt. Israel and Mary Martin, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Messer. Phenix of Oct. 24, 1807 
" -Joseph, of Rehoboth, and ^ Abigail Davis, 

daughter of Capt. John, of and at Warren. 

Phenix of Dec. 3, 1S08 

<" ' Nancy and Lieut. Ezra French, both of 

Attleboro, at Rehoboth, April i, 1813 



148 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BULLOCK Jesse, of Rehoboth, and Mercy 
Chandler, of and at Plympton, Mass., by 
Rev. Mr. Dexter, Aug. 17, 1817 

Lydia, daughter of Abel, and Enoch Fowler, 
both of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, Nov. 26, 1820 

Thomas and Sarah Almy Willis, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Alvan Cobb. Patriot of Jan 6, 1821 

Lucy, 17, and Joseph Carter, 70, Revolu- 
tionary Soldier, at Portsmouth, Va., Nov. 22, 1821 

Mary A. and Ira K. Miller, both of and at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, July 17, 1822 

Timothy and Phebe Chace, both of Reho- 
both, at Swanzey, by James Luther, Esq. 
Patriot of Dec. 14, 1822 

Cyrus and Polly Follett, at Rehoboth. Pa- 
triot of June II, 1823 

Stephen and Eliza Mason, of Swanzey, at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rextord, April 4, 1827 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Richmond, and 
Edward Pearce, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1827 

Almira W., of Swanzey, and Level Maxwell, 
of Seekonk, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 
Haker, Nov. 4, 1827 

William P. and Sarah Pearce, only daughter 
of Capt. Nathaniel, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, Dec. 11, 1827 

Mary P., daughter of Jabez, of Seekonk, and 
William Blanding, of Providence, at See- 
konk, by Rev. James O. Barney, Oct. 20, 1825 

Hannah and Capt. Joshua Miller, at Reho- 
both, Jan. 10, 1830 
BUMP Nathan and Eliza Corpe, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 17, 1813 

Dr. Thomas, of Freetown, Mass., and Pul- 
chesa C. Olney, youngest daughter of Gid- 
eon, Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, at St. John's Church, Oct. 12, 1818 

Julia Stanton, eldest daughter of Nathaniel, 
and Jeremiah A. Baker, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Warne, April 28, 1829 

Caroline Sumner, second daughter of Na- 
thaniel, and William E. Clarke, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Warne, June 29, 1829 

Mery B., of Middleboro, and Joseph B. Wea- 
ver, of F"reetown. at Fall River, Aug. 4, 183 1 
BUNDY Charles and Keziah Simmons, daugh- 
ter of Darius, both of and at Thompson, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Nichols, April 2, i8ao 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 149 

BUNKER Capt. Robert S. and Eliza Ann Stagg, 

both of and at New York, Jan. 2, 1826 

Asa G., of Nantucket, and Mary Ray, at 

Hopkinton. Patriot of Oct. 3, 1827 

Mrs. Caroline and Thomas Hyde, both of 

New Bedford, at Smithfield, Jan. 22, 1829 

BUNN Lydia Wheeler, of Fawtucket, and John 
Warseley, of Canton, at Fawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 6, 1828 

BURBECK Susan and Ebenezer Hayvvard, at 
Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett. Patriot 
of March 3, 1827 

BURBERRY Mr. and Miss Shin- 

glcton, in England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 

BURCE Mary H., of Cumberland, and Pardon 
H. Armington, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, April 19, 1827 

BURCHARD Eli and Sarah D. Sears, both of 

and at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., June 24, 1827 
BURDICK Rowland and Sally Thompson, 
daughter of Capt. Joshua P., both of and 
at Westerly, by J. W. Knight, Esq. Pa- 
triot of Sept. II, 1 8 19 

Mary, of Newport, daughter of Rev. Henry, 
and Philip Saunders, of Westerly, by Rev. 
Mr. Burdick, Oct. 26, 1820 

Abby and John E. Lincoln, both of and at 

Newport. I'atriot of Dec. 15, 182 1 

Martha and John A. Salisbury, both of Attle- 

boro, at Fawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 16, 1822 

Isabella and James Potter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Merrett, Oct. 3, 1822 

Susan Ann, daughter of Rev. Henry, of New- 
port, and Benjamin Congdon, of James- 
town, at Newport. Patriot of April 9, 1823 

Isaac V. and Ann Stanhope, daughter of 

late Edward, at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 23, 1823 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Clarke, and Benj- 
amin Seatle, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 6, 1823 

Susan P., daughter of Lawton, and Charles 

Kaighan. Patriot of Oct. i, 1823 

Susan, daughter of Rev. Henry, of Newport, 
and William Allen, of Dartmouth, Mass., 
at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 7, 1824 

Josiah Otis and Eliza Sherman, daughter of 

Elijah, at Newport. Patriot of May 11, 1825 

Truman and Elizabeth B. Greenman, daugh- 
ter of late John, at Newport. Patriot of May 11, 1825 

Ray and Eliza Spooner, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy, Dec. 4, 1825 



150 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BURDICK George and Mary F. Simmons, 

daughter of Fidward, at Newport, Dec. 25, 1825 

Jonathan, of Newport, and Martha Coon, of 

and at Hopkinton, by Rev. Mr. Stillman, July 22, 1826 

Jonathan T. and Mary Armstrong, at New- 
port. Patriot of ^ March 7, 1827 
David M. and Mehitabel Castoff, daughter 

of Henry, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Burdick, Sept. 2, 1827 

Elizabeth Ann and Arnold H. T.ake, both of 
I and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey. Pa- 

triot of Oct. 3, 1827 

Ashur J. and Betsey Smith, of Cumberland, 

at Pawtucket. P.itriot of March 15, 1828 

Ann and John Hoyanton, both of Smithfield, 

at Cumberland, Sept. 14, 1828 

Susan and P.udon Carpenter, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Kilburn, July i, 1832 

BURDKN Reuben and Celia Ann Metcalf, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 9, 1820 

Martin E., of 'Providence, and Sarah Gardi- 
ner, daughter of late William, of and at 

Swanzev, by Rev Mr. Taylor, Nov. 6, 1825 

BURDON Mehnda, of Rehoboth, and Rev. 

Augustus li. Read, of Troy, Mass., at Re- 
hoboth. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1825 
BURGE Rev. Lemuel, of Connecticut, atid 

Elizabeth !•". Shaw, eldest daughter of 

Dr William G , of North Kingstown, at 

St. Paul's Church, Wickford, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, June 6, 1820 

BURGESS Thomas, F.sq., attorney at law, of 

Providence, and Mary McKie, of and at 

VVareham. Pheiiix 01 Nov. 26, 1803 

James P and Hannah Reynolds, daughter of 

Col. Joseph, both of and at Bristol. Phe- 

nix of May 19, 1810 

Lady Smith and the Earl of Paulet. The 

bride has a large fortune; in England. 

Phenix of Sept. 14, 1816 

Harriet A., daughter of Benjamin, and 

Daniel Pettey, jr., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 1819 
Dorotny, d lughter of Joseph, and Caleb 

Calvin, at Cranston, by Jesse Howard, 

Esq , Nov. 14, 1 8 19 

Danlurth, of Pawtucket, and Mary Ann 

Williams, of Smithfield. at Pawtucket, July 22, 1821 

Welcome Arnold. Esq , and Eleanor Burrill, 

daughter of late Hon. James, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev, Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 151 

BURGESS Daniel, of Hartford, and Paulina S. 
Dean, of and at Plainfield, Ct., by Rev. 
Orin Fowler. Patriot of March 21, 1827 

Mary Ann, daughter of Peter, and Robert 
Pierce, both of and at Little Compton, by 
Rev. Mr. Paine, Nov. 29, (827 

William, of Providence, and Mary Tew, at 

Newport. Patriot of Jan. 9, 1827 

Benjamin B. and Mary Hawkins, at Provi- 
dence, July 23, 1828 

Martha, of Wareham, Mass., and George 
Starrett, of Bangor, Me., at Wareham, by 
Rev. Mr. Cobb, July 9. 1829 

BURKE Penelope and Alexander Calder, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, May 23, 181 1 

Rhodes, of Coventry, and Susan R. Briggs, 
of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Oct. 14, 1 82 1 

Sarah Ann and Henry Congdon, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 17, 1826 

Mary and John Field, Jr., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 22, 1827 

Europa and Alexander Allen, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1829 

BURKETT Lydia and John Coy, at Providence. 

Phenix of Nov. 19, 1803 

BURLINGAME Samuel and Hannah Knight, 
daughter of Robert, at Cranston. Phenix 
of Jan. 4, 1806 

Cyrus, of Glocester, and Lydia Chedall, eld- 
est daughter of John, merchant, of Provi- 
dence. Phenix of April 18, 1807 

Fanny, of Coventry, and Sterry Young, of 

Cranston, at Coventry. Phenix of Dec. 31, 1808 

Mrs. Mary and John Hazelton, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 23, 1812 

Samuel, of Killingly, Ct., and Rhonda Pres- 
ton, daughter of Daniel, of Foster, Feb. 28, 1813 

Major Jabez and Thomas Rice, daughter of 
Thomas, Esq., both of and at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Sept. 8, 1816 

Olney and Nancy Mason, daughter of Dea- 
con George, both of and at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 2, 1820 

Capt. Caleb and Rachal Knight, both of and 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 8, 1820 

Major Richard, Jr., and Eliza Ann Aldrich, 
daughter of Richard, at Glocester. Pa- 
triot of July I, 1820 



i52 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BURLINGAME Lyman and Alpha Cooke, 
daughter of Major Zebina, both of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter. Patriot of Oct. 7, 1820 

Esek and Mary Thornton, at Johnston. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 30, 1820 

Merilla, of Glocester, and Charles E. Swan, 
of Smithfield, at Glocester, by Elder 
White, June 19, 1822 

Susan, daughter of Olney, and Asa Steere, 

both of and at Smithfield, Nov. 16, 1823 

Ray G., of Cranston, and Matilda W. Dick- 
erson, of Seekonk, at former place, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, May 14, 1826 

Adah and Ebenezer Carey, at Pawtuxet, 

by Rev. Mr Shurtleff, Oct. 15, 1826 

BURNHAM John T., of Exeter, N. H., and 
Carohne Dean, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1828 

John T., of Exeter, N. H., and Cordelia 
Dean, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 22, 1828 

BURNS Maria and Hon. John P. Van Ness, at 

Washington, D. C. Phenix of May 25, 1802 

Miss , 20,. and Richard Barry, 73, at 

Lincoln, N C. Patriot of Aug. 11, 1830 

BURR Charlotte, daughter of Col. James, and 
Jeremiah Ingraham, of Attleboro, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 15, 18 10 

Julia Ann, eldest daughter of Ezekiel, Esq., 
and Charles Hodges, at Providence. Phe- 
nix of Nov. 17, iSio 

David and Henrietta Thorp, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan- 6, 181 1 

Col. James and Mrs. Hannah Held, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr Wilson, Aug. 8, 181 1 

Betsey, eldest daughter of late N M., de- 
ceased, and Capt. John T. Child, Jr., at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Baker. Phenix of Sept. 28, 181 1 

Mary Arnold, daughter of Col. James, and 

Thomas E. Grinnell, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, June 4,1812 

Mary, of Rehoboth, and Hollis K. Jenckes, 

of Attleboro, at Rehoboth, April 11, 1813 

" Sally, of Rehoboth, and Arannah Whitaker, 

of North Providence, at Rehoboth, March 27, 1814 

Capt. Christopher and Hertilla Taylor, both 
of Providence, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Berrian. Phenix of March 25, 1815 

Frances, daughter of Ezekiel, and Capt. Will- 
iam Rea, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 12, 1816 



Aug. 20, 


i8i 


7 


Jan. 20, 


i8i 


[8 


Nov. 21, 


i8i 


>9 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 153 

BURR Deborah Ann, daughter of Col. James, 
and John Albert Field, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. FLdes, of First 
Congregational Church, 

Cynthia, daughter of Col. James, of Provi- 
dence, and Elisha May, of Attleboro, at 
Providence, at the First Congregational 
Meeting House, by Rev. Mr. Elcles, 

Stephen and Sarah Round, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev Mr. Baker, 

George T. and Nancy Dana, daughter of late 
Juykill, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Nov. 23, 1S20 

Laura, youngest daughter of Col. James, of 
Providence, and Comfort Tiffany, of Charl- 
ton, Mo., at Providence by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 13, 1821 

Mary, daughter of John, and Abial E. Tay- 
lor, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mace, Sept. 12, 1822 

Martha, daughter of Caleb H., Esc[., and 
Capt. Edwin Peck, both of and at Reho- 
both. Patriot of 

Fanny S. and John W. Dana, both of and at 
Providence. Patriot of 

John, 2d, and Eliza A. Harris, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 
Patriot of 

William W. and Mary D. Salisbury, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and Samuel P. 
Bullard, of Ware, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Capt. Henry L. and Caroline M. Dean, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Samuel and Mary Ann Perry, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Capt. Gersham and Mary Fl Norris, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin, Esq., at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight, 

Thomas, of Reading, Ct., and Susan Lyon, 
eldest daughter of Aaron, at Albany, N. 
Y. Patriot of Dec. 4, 1830 

BURRELL Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
the late Hon. James, Jr.. and George Cur- 
tis, Esq., cashier of the E.xchange Bank, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
F:des, March 6, 1821 

Susan Arnold, second daughter of late Hon. 
James, Jr., and William R. Greene, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 26, 1821 



Dec. 14, 


1822 


Jan. I, 


1823 


Aug. 2, 


1S23 


Feb. 26, 


[824 


Sept. 23, 


1824 


May 19, 


1825 


Dec. 3, 


1826 


Jan. 7, 


1827 



154 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BURRELL James, 2d, of Providence, and Persis 
N. Makepeace, daughter of Jonathan, of 
and at Saugus, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Hed- 
ding, June i6, 1822 

Eleanor, daughter of late Hon. James, and 
Welcome Arnold Burgess, Esq., both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1826 

John and Mary Frances, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, July 13, 1828 

Amelia Smith and Dr. Francis L. VVheaton, 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 3, 1828 

Sarah P., youngest daughter of late Hon. 
James, of Providence, and William S. Fear- 
ing, of New York, merchant, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 16, 1829 

BURROWS Hiram and Maria Prevear, both of 
Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Holman, April 11, 1816 

Amey, daughter of Joseph and Charles Chase, 

both of and at Warwick, March 8, 1819 

Benjamin and Hannah Arnold, daughter of 
Ephraim, both of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Littlefield, Aug. 25, 1819 

Edward and Sarah Ann Gibbs, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 1825 

Frances T., daughter of Joseph, and Lewis 
T. Hoar, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurt- 
leff. Patriot of Jan. 11, 1832 

BURROUGH James and Sarah Beverly, daugh- 
ter of John, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Edes. May 28, 1809 

Capt. Sidney H., of Providence, and Eliza 

Dunlap, at Philadelphia. Phenix of Aug. 26, 1809 

Maria and James Bliss, of Warren, both now 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 13, 1816 

Ann, daughter of late Capt. John, and Ed- 
ward Cole Wade, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Jan. 9, 1820 

James and Mary Armington, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 22, 1825 

William, of Providence, merchant, and Han- 
nah Read, of and at Pawtucket, at St. 
Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, May 22, 1828 

Ann Frances, eldest daughter of Robert S., 
of Providence, and Henry F. Leonard, of 
New York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, Aug. 26, 1828 

BURROUGHS John R., of Warwick, and Mar- 
garet Phillips, of Warren, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Air. Jacobs. Phenix of March 11, 1815 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 155 

BURROUGHS Peleg and Harriet Davis, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 9, 1816 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Greene, and George 

Mumford, at Newport. Patriot of March 17, 1821 

Mary G., daughter of Greene, and James C. 

Sherman, at Newport. Patriot of April 3, 1822 

Samuel and Mary Sherman, daughter of 

Capt. William, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 21, 1822 

Mary Ann, daughter of late William G., and 
Thomas A. Townsend, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Feb. 6, 1828 

Catharine and Joel L. Barlow, at Newport. 

Patriot of March 8, 1828 

Peleg and Eliza Ann Bigley, daughter of 
Capt. John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 
mell, July 13, 1826 

BURSE Mrs. Maria and Ezra Carpenter, at 

Cumberland, by Jabez Amesbury, Esq., Dec. 9, 1821 

BURTON Sally, daughter of John A., Esq., of 
Cranston, and Capt. Samuel W. Fenner, at 
Johnston. Pheni.x of Oct. 12, 1805 

Gideon, of Cranston, and Betsey Cleveland, 
of Troy, Mass., daughter of Capt. Cleve- 
land, April 10, 1814 

Eliza, of Warren, and John G. Whipple, of 

Pawtucket, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, Nov. 9, 1823 

Rufus, of Somersworth, N. H., and Re- 
becca S. Smith, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 13, 1827 

John and Phebe Congdon, daughter of 
Nicholas, both of and at Cranston, by 
Judge Howard, Dec. 28, 1S30 

BUSH Ann H., daughter of Richard, and Peter 

Chace, at Newport. Patriot of March 15, 1S20 

Richard and Mrs. Sarah Crandall, both of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. lilton, Aug. 13, 1820 

Elizabeth, daughter of Richard, and Zebulon 
Wade, of Wool wick. Me., at Newport. 
Patriot of April 18, 182 1 

Thomas, Jr., and Sally Ward, daughter of 
Nicholas, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 21, 1822 

Maria B., of Boston, and Samuel Bodge, of 

Providence, at Boston. Patriot of July 16, 1825 

Abby J. and William H. Topham, at New- 
port, Feb. 3, 1828 
BUSHLY Elizabeth, daughter of late Mr. 
Bushly, of Washington, and Hon. Jona- 
than Roberts, Member of Congress from 
Penn., at said place, April 21, 1814 



156 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BUSHKE Consider and Catharine Down, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 20, 18 10 

Sylvanus H. and Mary G. Jenckes, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 16, 1819 

Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Luther, of 

Providence, and William H. Marsh, of 

Newport, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, July 5, 1827 
BUSSEY Thankful and Elijah Briggs, both of 

and at Mendon. Phenix of Jan. 21, 1815 

Mrs. Mary, widow of Capt. William, and 

Joel Uptram, both of Dorcester, at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 17, 1815 
John and Phebe S. Wilbour, both of and at 

Mendon, Mass., April 18, 1819 

Abby, of Mendon, and Elias Balkcom, of 

Cumberland, at Mendon, April 24, 1823 

Welcome, of Mendon, and Anna Arnold, of 

and at Cumberland, by William Whipple, 

P^sq., Jan. 18, 1824 

BUTLER Sally, of Providence, and Joshua 

Weaver, of Killingly, Ct., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 25, 181 1 

Amey and James Pike, at Providence, Oct. 4, 181 3 

Samuel, of Providence, and Waitstill Dexter, 

of and at North Providence. Phenix of Jan. i, 18 14 

David and Ann Sherman, at Providence, Feb. 10, 1814 

Benjamin H,, of Providence, and Elizabeth 

B. Bliss, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, April u, 1819 

Dr. William, U. S. Navy, and Jane T. Perry, 

of Newport, R. L, daughter of late Capt. 

Christopher R., at Brooklyn, N. Y., by 

Rev. Bishop Onderdonk, Dec. 22, 1819 

Mrs. Ruth and Kingsley Carpenter, both of 

Providence, at Hudson, N. Y. Patriot of Jan. 26, 1822 

Caroline H., daughter of late Thomas, of 

Plainfield, Ct., and Edward Butler, of Bos- 
ton, at Plainfield, Sept. 22, 1822 
Edward, of Boston, and Caroline H. Butler, 

daughter of late Thomas, of and at Plain- 
field, Conn., Sept. 22, 1822 
Abner and Penelope Hopkins, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 23, 1823 

Sarah, only daughter of Samuel, Esq., of 

Providence, and Alexander Duncan, Jr., of 

Canandaigua, N. Y., at New Haven, Ct. 

Patriot of Oct. 17, 1827 

Mrs. Eliza B. and John A. Bisbett, both of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, April 2, 1 828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES I57 



BUTLER William and Mrs. Margaret Ballou, 
at Smithfield, by Thoma.s Mann, J. P. 
Patriot of July 3, 

BUTMAN Eliza, of Providence, and David B. 

Warren, of Pawtucket, at Providence, Dec. 3, 

BURT David and Maria Mason, daughter of 
Dr. Joseph, at Providence, 

Abigail and James Barnaby, both of and at 
Berkeley, Mass. Pheni.x of 

Thomas, of Rehoboth, and Elizabeth Harvey, 
of Taunton, at Rehoboth, 

Sybel and Milton Paul, at Taunton. Patriot 
of 

Matilda L. and Philip Short, at Rehoboth, by 
George W. Peck, Ilsc]. Patriot of 

Arcralsadona, of Taunton, and Jonathan 
Shapley, of Boston, at Taunton. Patriot of 

Hannah and William S. Phillips, both of 
Taunton, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Mary, of Taunton, and Lieut. Bradford Hath- 
away, of Wellington, at Taunton, by Rev. 
Mr. Hamilton, 

Eliza and George Popple, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Gammell, 

Mira, of Taunton, and Enock B. Hathaway, 
of Dighton,at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Ham- 
ilton, 
BURTE Charlotte and HughT. Bright, both of 

Newport, at Tiverton. Patriot of 
BUTTERFIELD George W. and Sarah H. Tag- 

gart, of Saugus, Mass., at Boston, 
BUTTERWORTH John and Lois Waldron, 
both of Wellington, at Taunton. Patriot of 

James Harvey and Betsey E. Bowen, daugh- 
ter of late James, both of and at Warren, 
by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

John and Caroline Draper, at Pawtucket. 
Patriot of 
BUTTMAN John, of Providence, and Olive Bal- 
lou, of Wrentham. Phenix of 
BUTTS Ann C, only daughter of Isaac, and 
Elias Arnold, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, May 26, 

James E. and Ann O. Atwood, eldest daugh- 
ter of David, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 

Benjamin, of Seekonk, and Louisa Miller, of 
and at Providence, Nov. 20, 

Daniel, of Augusta, N. Y., 15, and Elizabeth 
Multoon, of and at Vienna, N. Y., by Rev. 
E. Stebbins. Patriot of March 20, 



Oct. 25, 


807 


Sept. 8, 


810 


Nov. 15, 


821 


Jan. lo, 


824 


March 27, 


824 


May 4, 


825 


Sept. 29, 


825 


Oct. 9, 


825 


May 15, 


827 


Aug. 5, 


S27 


Aug. 29, I 


S27 


Nov. 15, 


829 


May 17, 


823 


June 29, 


827 


April 23, 


828 


June 22, 


802 



830 



816 

816 
818 

819 



158 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

BUTTS Peleg, of New Bedford, and Lydia Ide, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 7, 1820 

Samuel W. and Lucy Ann Hidden, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 4, 1821 

Henry, of Providence, and Eley Ann Smith, 

of and at No. Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey. Patriot of July 17, 1822 

Lydia and Stephen H. Bennett, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown. Pa- 
triot of May 26, 1824 
Sarah Brace, of Norfolk, Va., and Henry 

Moore, Jr., of Newport, at Norfolk, Nov. 19, 1825 

Mrs. Martha and Gardiner Mason, Esq., both 

of Troy, Mass., at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 

Wright Patriot of Dec. 28, 1827 

William T., of Newport, and Ann S. Rider, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Water- 
man, April 3, 1828 
Peleg and Mrs. Patience Kelley, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, July 14, 1828 

Seth, Jr., and Sarah S. Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 28, 1830 

BYERS David, of Springfield, and Sophia 

Potter, daughter of late Capt. Abijah. 

Phenix of May 28, 1803 

BYRNE Rev. John, rector of Richmond, U. C., 

84, and Ann Eyneuf, daughter of the 

schoolmaster, in 12th year, at said place, Nov. i, 1824 



CABLEE Adelaide, daughter of the late Martin, 
and Joseph Joslin, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, Oct. 31, 1819 

CADY Elizabeth and Joseph Wilmarth, both of 
Providence, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 
Spooner, Feb. 14, 181 5 

Polly and Allen King, both of Providence. 

Phenix of Feb. 18, 181 5 

Milton and Sarah Ann Sherman, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 20, 181 5 

Joseph, of Killingly, Ct., and Elizabeth Ma- 
son, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, March 10, 1816 

Susan, daughter of Squire, of Plainfield, and 
Major Joseph S. Gladding, of Providence, 
at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow, April 30, 1817 

Lyman, of Pomfret, Ct., and Delany Dicken- 
son, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates, Aug. 9, 1817 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 150 

CADY Clarissa, daughter of late David, and 
John Layha, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Fifield, Feb. 20, 1820 

Harriet, daughter of late Jonathan, and 
George C. Fisher, both of and at Killingly, 
Ct.. Patriot of April 29, 1820 

Sally and Alexander McFarland, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 4, 1820 

Calvin, of Providence, and Martha Young, of 
and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone. Pa- 
triot of ' June 10, 1S20 

John C. and Lucy M. Nichols, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Oct. 8, 1820 

Almira, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of Provi- 
dence, and Thomas Backus, Esq., of Sterl- 
ing, Ct., at Providence. Patriot of Sept. 15, 1 82 1 

Jonathan and Eliza Petty, daughter of late 
David, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Merrett. 
Patriot of _ May 14, 1823 

Clarrissa C, daughter of Josiah, of Provi- 
dence, and William Gooddell, of Alexan- 
dria, Va., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Park, 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 

Menden, at Warwick, Jan. i, 1826 

Isaac H., of Providence, and Maria L. Hutch- 
ins, youngest daughter of Col. Hutchins, 
of and at Killingly, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Eas- 
ton, Jan. 31, 1827 

Ann Eliza, of Providence, and Thomas H. 
Calvert, of Charleston, S. C, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, May 14, 1827 

Adeline T., daughter of Isaac P., Esq., and 
Rev. Jaseil P. Fuller, both of and at Saf- 
ford, Ct. June 5, 1827 

Lucretia and John A. Foster, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 10, 1828 

Lois C, daughter of Dea. Josiah, and Ros- 
well C. Smith, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Feb. 26, 1828 

Eliza and Sanford Mowry, at Smithfield, by 

Samuel Mann, Esq. Patriot of Jan. 10, 1829 

Dea. Josiah and Mrs. Lydia Plainer, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, F"eb. 7, 1832 

CAFFREY Ann and Thomas Chace, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 29, 1808 
CAHOONE Betsey, daughter of the late Capt. 
Cahoone, and Thomas Brownell, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 26, 1804 



l60 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CAHOONE Caroline M., daughter of late Capt. 

Josiah, and John Jepson, Dec. 27, 1807 

Elizabeth, daughter of James, and Silas 

Dean, at Newport. Phenix of Jan. 6, 1810 

Mrs. Catharuie and George W. Russell, at 

Newport, July 12, 1819 

Phebe, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and Capt. 

Joseph Phillips, at Newport. Patriot of May 10, 1820 
Phebe, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and Capt. 

Joseph Phillips, both of and at Newport, 

by Rev. Dr. Patten, May 11, 1820 

Ann C. B., daughter of Capt. Henry, of 

New York, and Sherman Clarke, of New- 
port, at New York. Patriot of June 28, 1820 
Lucinda, of Smithfield, and Samuel Slocum, 

of North Providence, at Smithfield, Aug. 10, 1823 

John \V. and Mary Grant, at East Windsor. 

Patriot of Feb. 20, 1830 

Stephen, of Newport, and Matilda Mott, 

daughter of Samuel, of and at Brooklyn, 

N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Cahoone, March 29, 1831 

CAIRNS Mary and Benjamin Robinson, both of 

Providence, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man, Nov. 8, 1818 
CAIN Anna, 25, and Alexander Clarke, 75, at 

Belfast, Me. Patriot of June 9, 1821 

CALDER Frances, daughter of James, and 

Samuel Metcalf, merchant, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, July 13, 1806 

Boies and Lucy Metcalf, daughter of Joel, 

Esq., at Providence, May 24, 1807 

Alexander and Penelope Burke, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, May 23, 181 1 

John and Louisa Howard, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Jan. 16, 181 3 
Charlotte and George Read, both of and at 

Providence. Patriot of Nov. 10, 182 1 

John and Lydia Peck, both of and at Provi- 
dence. Patriot of June 11,1823 
William, of Charlestown, Mass., and Mary 

Whitmarsh, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Farley, Aug. 23, 1829 

CALLAGHAN John H., of Boston, merchant. 

and Sally Young, daughter of Thomas, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 15, 1807 
Michael and Miss Mary Freeborn, daughter 

of Henry, at Newport. Patriot of July 3'. 1822 

CALLAMORE Mrs. Maria Eliza and Israel 

Ames, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, July 7. 1824 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 161 

CALLENDER Sarah, daughter of Elias, dec, 

and Samuel Gorham, by Rev. Mr, Edes, May lo, 1807 
CALVERT Lydia Ann, daughter of Capt. Will- 
iam, and Thomas P. White. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1821 
Mahitable, daughter of Capt. William, and 

Galen Taylor, at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 9, 1825 

Thomas H., of Charleston, S. C, and Ann 

Eliza Cady, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent, May 14, 1827 

CALDWELL Joseph, merchant, and Mary P'ree- 

man, eldest daughter of Haskell, Esq., at 

Barre, Mass. Phenix of Feb. 21, 1807 

CAMERON Thomas Jefferson (sic), daughter of 

Judge Cameron, and granddaughter of 

Gen. John Stark, and Col. John Blanchard, 

at Ryegate, Vt. Patriot of Feb. 14, 1824 

James and Nancy Hale Wallis, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev, Mr. Taft, Jan. 30, 1825 

William, of Smithfield, and Almira Briggs, of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. 

Patriot of Sept. 10, 1828 

CAMMANN Maria Matilda, daughter of the late 

Charles L., Esq., of New York, and Will- 
iam Gibbs McNeill, U. S. Army, at 

Newark, N. J., by Rev. Mr. Bayard. 

Patriot of June 23, 1821 

CAMPBELL Thomas, Esq., author of "Pleasures 

of Hope,'' and Matilda Sinclair, in England. 

Phenk of , Jan. 21, 1804 

Sally, of Attleboro, and Amos Arnold, at 

Providence, Aug. 18, 181 1 

Hannah and Asael Goff, both of and at Re- 

hoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Feb. 7, 1813 

Jemima and John Groves, at Rehoboth, P"eb. 21, 1813 

Matthew, of Seekonk, and Margaret Peck, of 

and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, May 17, 1S21 
Matthew, of Seekonk, and Margaret Peck, of 

and at Attleboro. Patriot of June 2, 1821 

Rev. Thomas and Mrs. Pembroke Paull. He 

buried his first wife in the forenoon and 

married his second in the evening of the 

same day; in Missouri. Patriot of Dec. 21, 1822 

Joshua 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, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Feb. 14, 1828 

Thomas, of Providence, and Harriet Evans, 

of and at Smithfield, June 7, 1829 

CANNON Almira, daughter of Cornelius, of 

New Bedford, and Michael Hathaway, of 

F"reetown, at New Bedford. Patriot of Feb. 20, 1830 



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CANTINE Mary Catharine, of Caroline, N. Y., 

and William S. Aldrich, of Dryden, N. Y., 

formerly of Providence, at Caroline, Feb. 26, 1826 

C APRON Leonard and Eliza Wells, both of and 

at East Greenwich, Nov. 8, 1807 

Smith and Amey Jencks, at Pawtucket, March 12, 1809 

Joseph, of Cumberland, and Mary Smith, 

second daughter of the late Charles, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 3, 1812 

Thomas and Ann Whitmore, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 11, 1812 

Aseneth C, of Uxbridge, Mass., and Josiah 

Chapin, of Providence, at Uxbridge, by 

Rev. Mr. Judson. Phenix of Dec. 2, 1815 

Effingham Lawrence and Phebe Congdon, 

daughter of Jonathan, at Providence, Oct. 30, 1817 

Elisha, of Cumberland, and Nancy Darling, 

daughter of Samuel, of and at Bellingham, 

by Rev. Mr. Fisher, Dec. 29, 1818 

Nancy and P'rederick Andrews, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 8, 1820 

John M., of Walden, N. Y., and Eliza Brown, 

daughter of Jesse, of and at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 21, 1822 

Edwin, of Smithfield, and Deborah Angell, 

daughter of Olney, of and at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague. Patriot of Jan. 8, 1823 

Dr. George, of North Providence, and Clarriet 

Brown, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey. Patriot of July 23, 1823 

Pliney, of Warwick, and Nancy G. White, of 

and at Warwick. Patriot of Dec. 27, 1823 

Lemuel and Eunice Jillson, both of and at 

Cumberland, by William Whipple, Esq., Jan. 27, 1824 

David T., of Uxbridge, and Mary Ann 

Thompson, daughter of Peter, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 4, 1825 

Joseph, of Attleboro, and Adeline Bliss, of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Vernon, April 10, 1826 

Curnell B., of Providence, and Susan Potter, 

daughter of James, of and at Coventry, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, June i, 1828 

Luther and Henrietta M. A. Branch, at Ux- 
bridge, June 8, 1828 
Eliza and Abijah B. Thomas, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 21, 1829 

Caroline H. and George Dana, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Oct. 2, 1829 

Mehitable, of Providence, and Daniel R. 

Briggs, of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Jan. 13, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 163 



CAPRON Sarah Ann Sophia, eldest daughter 
of the late William, of Providence, and 
Josiah Sibley, of Augusta, Ga., at Balti- 
more, by Rev. Mr. Dunkin, July 25, 
CARD Ann and Joseph Arnold, at Providence. 

Pheni.x of Oct. 10, 

William, Jr., and Sarah Helme, daughter of 
late Major W., at Newport. Phenix of Oct. 14, 

Eliza and William Gardiner, at Newport. 
[Issue of March 10 says this is premature.] 
Phenix of March 3, 

Joseph C. and Phebe R. Stanhope, daughter 
of William, both of and at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 9, 

William, Jr., and Phebe Cozzens, daughter of 
Capt. Benjamin, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Webb, 

Shadrack and Mary Auld, at Newport, by 
John A. Collins, Esq., 

Jeremiah and Sarah Snow, both of Provi- 
dence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Hannah and Henry C. Hill, both of and at 
Providence. Patriot of 

Sarah Ann, of Cranston, and Israel Barney, 
of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, 

Abby and Amos Budlong, both of and at 
Warwick, 

Julia Ann and George Dawless, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Charles and Zilphia Watson, both of and at 

Coventry. Patriot of P'eb. 2, 

CARDER Sarah A. and Daniel R. Arnold, both 

of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 3, 

Hazard, of Warwick, and Joanna Bateman, 
daughter of Thomas, of and at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. Patriot of Nov. 12, 

William and Sally Harris Arnold, youngest 
daughter of Col. Stephen, both of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Nov. 16, 

CARDEY Daniel and Rebecca Austin, both of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gibson, April 2, 

CAREW Nancy C. and Abel Van Hann, both 
of Westerly, R. I., at New York. Patriot 
of April 17, 

CAREY Ann Maria, daughter of the late Capt. 
Ebenezer, and John L. Henshaw, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. PZdes, June 16, 

Chad and Mrs. Nancy Brayton, both of and 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Aug. 9, 



March 


14. 


1819 


May 


17. 


1819 


May 


25. 


1820 


April 


26, 


1823 


June 


17. 


1824 


Jan 


I, 


1826 


Feb. 


18, 


1827 



831 

807 
S09 

810 

819 



S22 

823 

831 
810 

822 

8r4 
818 



164 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CAREY Ebenezer and Adah Burlingame, at 

Pawtiixet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 15, 1826 

Capt. Abraham B., of New York, and Sybil 

V. Simmons, daughter of Harvey, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, July 16, 1827 

Orphelia B. and Robert B. Hall, both of East 

Greenwich, at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Bentley, May 21, 1829 

Betsey and William Baxter, at Nantucket. 

Patriot of Aug. 28, 1830 

CARGILL David, Jr., of Cumberland, and Han- 

ner Whiting, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. 

Mr. Fiske. Phenix of June 11, 1808 

Willard and Mary F. Cottrell, both of Cum- 
berland, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 27, 1822 
Jason and Electa Mason, daughter of Dea. 

George, both of and at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 13, 1822 

Susan, of Cumberland, and Ambrose Os- 
borne, of Springfield, at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 28, 1826 

Mary, of Boston, and Alfred Greyson, of 

Columbia, S. C, at Newport. Patriot of Nov. i, 1828 

Experience W. and Amey C. Weatherhead, 

at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 26, 1S29 

CARLILE Hannah and Dr. John M. PZddy, both 

of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 7, 1804 

Abigail, eldest daughter of Col. John, of 

Providence, and Samuel S. Newman, of 

Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, at St. John's Church, April 13, 1813 

Thomas, pastor of St. Peter's Church, and 

Eleanor P'orrester, daughter of Capt. 

Simon, at Salem, by Rev. Mr. Abbott 

Phenix of July 6, i8i6 

Nancy D., youngest daughter of John, and 

Capt. William Magee, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 1821 

Edward and Hannah Thompson, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 1827 

CARLTON George, of Bath, Me., and Julia 

Ann Adie, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Dec. 15, 1823 

Sarah R., of Franklin, Mass., and Hezekiah 

Hawkins, formerly of Providence, at Frank- 
lin, Aug. 19, 1827 
CARNES John, of New York, and Ann Eliza 

Fenner, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Church, Nov. 27, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 165 

CARPENTER Delia and Sylvester VVestcott, 

both of and at Cranston. Phenix of Feb. 4, 1804 

Capt. Job, of Providence, and Mary West- 
cott, daughter of Caleb, at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield. Phenix of March 3, 1804 

Nancy, daughter of John, and Robert Tit- 
combe, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Phenix of Aug. 29, 1807 

Sally, of Lyndon, Vt., and Phanuel Bishop, 
Jr.. of Rehoboth, Mass., at Lyndon, Vt. 
Phenix of Oct. 10, 1807 

Mrs. Mary, widow of Capt. John, of Provi- 
dence, and Seth Hunt, Esq., of Glocester, 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 8, 1807 

Olive, of Rehoboth, and Dr. John Stark- 
weather, at Rehoboth, March 14, 1809 

Caleb, 2d, of Rehoboth, and Mary Clarke, of 
and at Wrentham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Fisher, April 25, 1810 

Abby, eldest daughter of Nathaniel, and 
Sylvester Westcott, at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Sprague, Oct. 4, 1810 

Capt. Peter and Patience Godfrey, eldest 
daughter of Capt. Samuel, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 9, iSii 

Amey, daughter of Caleb, of Seekonk, and 
Elias Guild, of Douglass, Mass., at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Phenix of Sept. 5, 1812 

Lydia G., daughter of John, and James 
Brown, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 29, 1813 

George, of Seekonk, and Glorianna Whipple, 
eldest daughter of Thomas, of and at 
North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Phenix of April 16, 1814 

Mrs. Ann, daughter of Gabriel Allen, Esq., 
and John Lippitt, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 20, 1814 

Capt. Peter, and Fanny Godfrey, daughter of 
Capt. Samuel, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, Nov. 28, 1814 

Hopestill and Major Isaiah Lane, both of and 
at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, April 11, 1813 

Candace L. and Samuel N. Wilmarth, both 
of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, April 6, 1815 

Cynthia W., daughter of Thomas, 2d, of Re- 
hoboth, and Major Abraham S. Gladding, 
of Providence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, June 4, 181 5 

Samuel and Sarah M. Carpenter, at Reho- 
both, by George W. Peck, Esq., July 17, 181 5 



166 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CARPENTER Sarah M. and Samuel Carpenter, 

at Rehoboth, by George W. Peck, Esq , July 17, 

Ira, of Sturbridge, and Elizabeth Abell, of 

and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Dec. 29, 

Hannah B., daughter of late Abiah, and 
George W. Peck, Esq., at Rehoboth. 
Phenix of Aug. 30, 

Ann, daughter of Caleb, and Dr. Darius 

Carpenter, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Nov. 9, 

Dr. Darius and Ann Carpenter, daughter of 

Caleb, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Nov. 9, 

Alpha, of Smithfield, and Major Joseph Til- 
linghast Arnold, of Providence, at Smith- 
field, Jan. 15, 

Lucy, daughter of late James, of Rehoboth, 
and Dr. John H. Mason, of Providence, at 
Rehoboth, by Rev. Otis Thompson, Oct. 14, 

James and Sarah Luther, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict. Pheni.x of Nov. 7, 

Maria, daughter of Capt. Stephen, and Nathan 
P"isher, of Taunton, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Thompson, May 2, 

Ansel, of Attleboro, and Deborah Patt, eldest 
daughter of Benjamin, of and at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Taring and Nancy Wolcott, at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Capt. PZarl, of Providence, and Sarah Ann 
Harris, eldest daughter of Joseph, of and 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Hope and Major George Vaughan, both of 
and at Coventry, by Rev. Charles Stone, 

Maria, daughter of Daniel, Esq., and Royal 
Chapin, both of and at Uxbridge, Mass., 

Peter and Mary Wheaton, daughter of John- 
athan, at Rehoboth, by George W. Peck, 
Esq., 

Peter and Mary Wheaton, daughter of Jona- 
than, at Rehoboth. Patriot of 

Ezra and Mrs. Maria Burse, at Cumberland, 
by Jabez Amesbury, Esq., 

Capt. Wooster and Lavina Brown, daughter 
of Jonathan, both of and at Seekonk. Pa- 
triot of 

James and Cynthia Kelton, both of Attle- 
boro, at Pawtucket. Patriot of 

Kinsley and Mrs. Ruth Butler, both of Prov- 
idence, at Hudson, N. Y. Patriot of 

Eliza, of Foster, and George Brown, of Ohio, 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone, 



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1820 


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1820 


Oct. 26, 


1820 


March 25, 


1821 


May 16, 


1821 


Nov. II, 


1821 


Nov. 17, 


1821 


Dec. 9, 


1821 


Dec. 15, 


1821 


Jan. 19, 


1822 


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PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



167 



CARPENTER Prudence and Edward Waterman, 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, March 13, 1823 

Mrs. Charlotte and Deacon Sylvanus New- 
man, both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket. Pa- 
triot of May 3, 1823 

Thomas P., Esq., of Providence, and Mary 
Atkins, daughter of Rev. Elisha, of and 
at Kilhngly, Ct., June 10, 1823 

Sarah P. and Josiah Short, both of and at 

Rehoboth. Patriot of Sept. 13, 1823 

CARTER Mary Ann, daughter of Robert, of 
Newport, and Benjamin Pitman, of New 
Bedford, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1823 

WiUiani W. and Sarah Ann Young, daugh- 
ter of Daniel, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Dec. 4, 1823 

Jeremiah and Mrs. Susannah Mathewson, 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 14, 1823 

Mertille, daughter of Caleb, of Rehoboth, 
and William Winslow, of P'reetown, at 
Rehoboth. Patriot of Dec. 24, 1823 

Catharine and Samuel Newell, 3d, both of 

and at Attleboro. Patriot of Jan. 14, 1824 

Adeline and Leprelet Ingraham, both of and 
at Pawtucket. Patriot of Nov. 6, 1824 

Luther, of Seekonk, and Mary C. Anthony, 
daughter of Richard, of and at North 
Providence. Patriot of Dec. i, 1824 

Bartlett, of Cumberland, R. I., and Chloe 
Daggett, of and at Attleboro, by Ebenezer 
Daggett, Esq., April i8, 1825 

Lucinda and Elijah Read, at Attleboro, by 

Rev. Mr. Williams, May i, 1825 

Rebecca, of Cumberland, and Daniel F. 
Ellis, of Attleboro, at Cumberland. Pa- 
triot of May 14, 1825 

Hosea and Susan R. Draper, both of Provi- 
dence, at Rome, N. Y., July 17, 1825 

Mary, of Foster, and Elijah Wellman, of 

Plainfield, Ct., at Foster, Oct. 9, 1825 

Ebenezer, of Cumberland, and Ruth Ann 
Sheldon, daughter of William, Esq., of 
Richmond, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Kel- 
lum, Dec. 29, 1825 

James, of Providence, and Lucinda Thomp- 
son, daughter of Rev. Otis, of and at Re- 
hoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Jan. 8, 1826 

David and Elizabeth Haile, at Smithfield. 

Patriot of Jan. 18, 1826 

Nancy P. and Asaph Mason, both of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, March 12, 1826 



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CARTER Amey and Emory Albee, at Attle- 

boro. Patriot of . May 27, 1826 

Abel, Jr., and Abby W. Bliss, daughter of 
Capt. Asoph, at Rehoboth, by Allen Hunt, 
Esq., June 13, 1826 

Sarah and Joseph O. Dorr, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, Aug. 14, 1826 

Calvin, of Seekonk, and Abby Tisdale, at 

Taunton. Patriot of Sept. 30, 1826 

Maria and Ezra Brown, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 3, 1827 

Susan W., eldest daughter of Job, of Provi- 
dence, and Gideon L. Spencer, of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 20, 1827 

Sumner and Mary Ann Goodhue, both of 

Pawtucket, at Seekonk, Sept. 24, 1827 

Eliza and Almon S. Alden, both of Cumber- 
land, at Valley F"alls, Oct. 4, 1S27 

Phebe F. and Leonard C. Lincoln, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. 29, 1827 

Eliza and Capt. Thomas S. Cooke, of Ports- 
mouth, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford, Dec. 27, 1827 

Rebecca T. and Alfred Rickard, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 10, 1828 

General Allen and Mrs. Eliza Sprague, at 

Robbin Hollow, Cumberland. Patriot of March 15, 1828 

Daniel E. and Ann R. Greene, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seaman, May 7, 1828 

Mary Ann G. and Joseph Mallett, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 23, 1828 

Thomas O. H., M. D., of Plainfield, Ct., and 
Mrs. Huldah Griffeth, of F"oster, R. L, at 
Dover, N. Y., June 14, 1828 

Nancy T. and Adams Park, at Valley Falls, 

by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Sept. 6, 1S28 

Ann Eliza, of Attleboro, and Mawney Car- 
penter, of Providence, at Attleboro, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter. Patriot of Nov. 15, 1828 

Mawney, of Providence, and Ann Eliza Car- 
penter, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter. Patriot of Nov. 15, 1828 

Henry G., of Providence, and Rachal Wilson 
Hall, third daughter of George, Esq., of 
and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Dec. i, 1828 

Phebe A. and Capt. Israel A. Lee, at Paw- 
tucket, Dec. 4, 1828 

Perley W. and Leonora W. Thurber, both of 

ahd at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 14, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 109 

CARPENTER Betsey Washington and Benjamin 

Saunders, both of Smithfield, at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. WiUiams, Feb. 23, 1829 

Arnold and Caroline M. Angell, both of and 

at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler. Pa- 
triot of Feb. 25, 1829 
Mary A., of Attleboro, and Whiting Hay- 
den, of Smithfield, at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Wright. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1829 

William E., of Nassau, N. Y., and Elcey L. 

Dexter, daughter of Capt. John, of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, J. P., F"eb. i, 1830 

Fanny H., daughter of Dr. Thomas O. H., 

and Zelotes W. Holden, at Foster, by 

Rev. Mr. Burlingame, Feb. 2, 1830 

Samuel S., of Providence, and Asena C. 

Bliss, of North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey. Patriot of July 28, 1830 

Newton, of Providence, and Sarah Talbot, 

eldest daughter of Ca])t. Seth, of and at 

Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1830 

Eliza and David W. Lyndon, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 10, 1830 

Adela C, second daughter of late John R., 

and Ebenezer N. Padelford, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Patriot 

of Nov. 30, 1 83 1 

Pardon and Susan Burdick, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Kilburn, July i, 1832 

Martha M. W., daughter of Samuel, and 

William B. Harris, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Patriot of July 14, 1832 
Capt. Augustus and Lydia Southworth, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Aug. 27, 1832 

CARR Patience and Cassender Kingman, at 

Warren. Phenix of June 2, 1804 

Phebe, second daughter of Jesse, of West 

Greenwich, and Daniel Howard, of Provi- 
dence, at former place, by Rev. Mr. Palmer, Sept. i, 1816 
Robert B., of Newport, and Sally Gavitt, 

daughter of Sylvester, Esq., of and at 

Westerly, March 30, 1817 

Mrs. Sarah and Samuel Place, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Patten, Dec. 5, 18 19 

Sophia A. and Stephen Potter, both of and 

at Newport. Patriot of June 2, 1821 

Rebecca, of Pawtuxet, and Silas Thayer, of 

Wrentham, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Cur- 
tis, May 22, 1822 



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CARR Turner and Sally J. Saunders, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, May 30, 1822 

Francis, of Newport, and Lucina Durfee, 
daughter of late Oliver, Esq., of Middle- 
town, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Kent, March 3, 1823 

Samuel and Mary T. OIney, daughter of Col. 
Jeremiah, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, March 25, 1823 

Mary C. and Simon Hart, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 4, 1823 

John and Maria Hrayton, both of and at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, March 17, 1824 

E^lizabeth, of Coventry, and Thomas W. 
Gorton, of Warwick, at Coventry, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, June 13, 1824 

Ann Eliza, youngest daughter of late Capt. 
John, of Warren, and Capt. Samuel Ar- 
nold, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, April 24, 1825 

Mary, eldest daughter of Andrew L., Esq., 
and Robert U. Lang, Esq., senior editor 
of New York Gazette, at New York. Pa- 
triot of June 22, 1825 

David K. and Phebe P. Sherman, at New- 
port. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1825 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. Washington, and 
Thomas Jefferson Potter, both of and at 
Newport, Dec. 16, 1825 

Caleb, of Warren, and Frances R. Smith, 
daughter of Capt. Stephen B., of and at 
Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Aug. 10, 1826 

Catharine, daughter of William P., and 
Thomas F. Cox, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge, April i, 1827 

Stephen, proprietor of the Southbridge Mor- 
alist, and Eliza Langley, daughter of Lee, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, May II, 1828 

Alice and Marcus A. Ballon, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, Esq., Aug. 17, 1828 

Clarissa and Alvan Cole, at Warren, Nov. 22, 1829 

CARRINGTON Edward, Esq., and Lorania 
Hoppin, daughter of late Col. Benjamin, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, July 26, 1812 

CARRIQUE Richard and Laura Whipple, 
daughter of Bennett, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler. Patriot of Sept. 30, 1826 
CARROLL Dr. Amasa and Eunice Chandler, 
daughter of Capt. Seth, at Woodstock, 
Ct. Phenix of May 26, 1804 



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CARROLL Jesse and Prudence Dawley, both 

of and at Cumberland, by Job Jenckes, 

Esq., 
Capt. James and Nancy Hill, both of Smith- 
field, at Slatersville, 
CARTER Mrs Lillis and Rev. John B. Wilson, 

at Warren. Pheni.x of 
Cornelius Soule and Sarah Peckham Jenckes, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Farley, 
James, printer, and Sabra Gragg, at Boston, 

by Rev. Mr. Emerson, 
Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of John, 

Esq., and Walter R. Danforth, Esq., at 

St. John's Church, Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, June i 

Mrs. Rhoda, of Middletown, and Capt. 

Walter Cornell, of ]5ristol, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb, 
Lucretia, of U.xbridge, Mass., and Royal Sib- 
ley, of Augusta, Ga., at U.xbridge. Patriot of 
Abel and Elizabeth Baxter, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
Joseph, 70, Revolutionary Soldier, and Lucy 

Bullock, aged 17 years, at Portsmouth, Va., 
Polly and Benjamin Wightman, both of and 

at North Providence, by Rev. Dr. J^enedict, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Robert, of Newport, 

and Benjamin Pitman, of New ]5edford, at 

Newport. Patriot of 
Ann S. and Sylvanus Hathaway, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
CARTWRIGHT Mary and William Rawson, at 

Fall River, 
CARTY Sally H ., daughter of Benjamin, and 

Smith B. Seaman, at Bristol. Patriot of 
CARN Capt. William, Jr., and Temperance 

Smith, eldest daughter of Joseph, Jr., 

Esq., at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
CARVER Sarah and Thomas G. Brown, 

John G. and Amey Clarke, eldest daughter 

of David, of Hopkinton, by Rev. Mr. Cor- 
nell, 
Mary Ann A. and Philander W. Dean, both 

of and at Taunton. Patriot of 
Mrs. Esther C, 69, and Dr. Hiram C. 

Haynes, 26, at Ashby, Mass. Patriot of 
Mrs Mary and David Borden, at Taunton. 

Patriot of 
Major John G. and Susan Brown, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 



Oct. 17, 


1817 


Nov. 6, 


1819 


Sept. 20, 


1821 


Nov. 22, 


1821 


April 15, 


1824 


Oct. 22, 


1823 


May 13, 


1827 


Jan. 4, 


1829 


Sept. 9, 


1826 


Sept. 3, 
May 8, 


1820 
1806 


Nov. 16, 


1806 


April 26, 


1823 


April 30, 


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CARY Jonathan, of Bridgewater, and Mrs. 
Mary T. Clarke, daughter of Col. Josiah, 
at Winslow, Me. Phenix of Sept. 17, 1808 

CASE Pardon, of Warwick, and Percilla West- 
gate, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, March 28, 18 13 

George and Lettis Horton, both of and at 

Rehoboth, Sept. 30, 181 3 

James, 16, and Mrs. Lydia Horton, 21, both 

of and at Rehoboth. Pheni.x of March 23, 1816 

Nathan, Jr., of Pawtucket, and Mary S. 
Smith, formerly of Salem, Mass., at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 13, 1819 

Ebenezer, Jr., of Plamfield, Ct., and Ann T. 

Sarle, of and at Cranston. Patriot of June 2, 1821 

Almira, daughter of Gardiner, and William 
Bosworth, of Dartmouth, at Rehoboth. 
Patriot of April 16, 1825 

Caroline P21izabeth, daughter of late Capt. 
John B., of Kingston, R. I., and John H. 
Clarke, of Providence, at Kingston, Sept. 27, 1829 

Philip and Sarah Weeden, daughter of 
George, at Providence, at the Unitarian 
Church, by Rev. Mr. P'arley, Nov. 24, 1829 

Mrs. Flora, eldest daughter of Dea. Theophi- 
lus Humphrey, of Sheldon, N. Y.. and 
Smith H. Salisbury, editor of the Buffalo 
Republican, at Sheldon, by Rev. H. Wal- 
lace, April 19, 1830 

Abby W. and George C. Clarke, at New- 
port. Patriot of Sept. 15, 1832 
CASEY Susan, of Warwick, and Daniel Bates, 
of Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Rich. Phenix of Dec. 4, 1813 

Eliza, eldest daughter of Wanton, of East 
Greenwich, and Rev. Charles Briggs, of 
Lexington, Mass., at former place, by 
Rev. Mr. Patten, Aug. 14, 1820 

Harmony and James W. Watson, of New- 
port, at Bridgewater, Mass. Patriot of Jan. 13, 1821 

Harriet L. and Daniel D. Jerauld, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 25. 1822 

Lieut. Silas, U. S. Infantry, and Abby 

Pearce, daughter of Hon. Dutee J., at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Patriot 

of July 21, 1830 

CASH Sally and Ebenezer Marble, at Poland, Me. 

Phenix of Jan. 21, 1808 

Susan C. and Samuel Burroughs Jones, both 
of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 20, 1817 



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CASH MAN Eliza, of Attleboro, and Welcome 
Ballou, of Cumberland, at Attleboro, by 
Rev. Mr. Kilham, Feb. 8. 1824 

CASS Phebe and Stephen Chipman, both of 
Mendon, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Feb. 8, 1827 

CASSIN Eliza and Henry C. Stoddard, of Prov- 
idence, at Pawtucket. Patriot of May 15, 1824 

CASSRAN Mary and Lewis Engals, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Pheni.x of Aug. 16, 1806 

CASTAGNON Mary E., of Charleston, S. C, 
and George E. Atvvell, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at New York. Patriot of Sept. 20, 1828 

CASTINE Matilda and James Shaff, Victualler 
of P'ulton Market, at New York. They 
each weigh 63 pounds. Patriot of 

CASTLE Waitey and John Barber, both of 
Warwick, at Cranston, by Rev. Henry 
Tatem, 

CASTLES Phillip and Mrs. Sally Edwards, both 
of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Blake, 

CASTOFF Catharine and Benjamin Marsh, Jr., 
both of and at Newport. Patriot of 
Eliza ¥ . and Edward Austin, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Gammell, 
Mehitable, daughter of Henry, and David M. 
Burdick, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Burdick, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Henry, and William 
B. Tabor, at Newport, 

CASWELL Lydia and Timothy Leonard, of 
Middleboro, at Taunton, Patriot of 
Ann W. and Luther Grover, both of Taun- 
ton, at Norton. Patriot of 
Elijah and Mrs. Polly Phillips, both of and at 

Taunton. Patriot of 
Ale.xis, professor of Natural Philosophy and 
Mathematics in Brown University, and 
Esther Lois Thompson, daughter of late 
Edward K., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, May 17, 1830 

CATHARINE Her Royal Highness and Prin- 
cess, of Wertemburg, and daughter of 
Frederick Charles William King, of Wert- 
emburg, and His Majesty Jerome Na- 
poleon King, of Westpahlia, and brother of 
the Emperor. By this alliance King Je- 
rome becomes a stepson to the late Prince 
Royal, of England ; at Paris, France. 
Phenix of Oct. 10, 1807 



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1825 


Nov. 15, 


1818 


Oct. 13, 


1821 


Oct. 23, 


1826 


Sept. 2, 


1827 


Sept. II, 


1827 


Nov. 22, 


1823 


Oct. 30, 


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174 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

C ATHCART Hepsibeth, formerly of Nantucket, 

and James S. Warner, at Mendon, by A. 

Allen, Esq., Jan. 7, 1821 

CATTLE Charles and Henrietta B. Ramsdell, 

at Nantucket. Patriot of June 23, 1830 

CAUSSINES Ann, daughter of Capt. John, 

formerly of Warren, R. I., and William 

George Wilson, of London, Eng., at New 

York, by Rev. Thomas Lyell, rector of 

Christ Church, Aug. 5, 1819 

CAZENOVE Maria, second daughter of An- 
thony, Esq., and Col. Archibald Henderson, 

Commandant of the Marine Corps, at 

Alexandria, S. C. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1823 

CENTRE Sarah Ann, daughter of late James, 

and William H. Rathbone, at Newport. 

Patriot of Jan. 15, 1S23 

Sarah Ann, daughter of James, and William 

H. Rathbone, at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 15, 1S23 

CHACE Asa and Susanna Collins, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Jan. 3, 1.S05 

Abby and Philip I'eck, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 27, 1807 

Thomas and Ann Caffry, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 29, 1808 

William and Lydia B. Drowne, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of Nov. 26, 1808 
Otis, of Providence, and Lucretia Gladding, 

of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Phe- 

nix of June 30, 1810 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Gilbert, and David 

Bowen, at Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port, Sept. 13, 1810 
John B. and Harriet F. Jones, daughter of 

Alexander, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 3, 181 1 

John and Eliza S. Grieves, daughter of David, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 16, 1812 

Daniel and Clory Young, daughter of Joel, 

E.sq., of and at Killingly, Ct. Phenix of March 6, 1813 

C.elia, of Dighton, and James Lewis, of Prov- 
idence, at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, May 26, i8i6 
Stephen B., of Somerset, and Mary Bowen, 

daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of and at 

Newport, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Phenix of F"eb. 22, 1817 

William and Harriet Harwood, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr, Edes, Sept. 21, 1817 

Caleb, Esq., of Rhode Island, and Nancy 

Chittenden, at Bethleham, N. Y. Phenix 

of Feb. 21, 1818 



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175 



CHACE Charles and Amey Burroughs, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, both of and at Warwick, 
Peter, of Portsmouth, and Sarah Lake, of 
Tiverton, at Portsmouth, by Thomas Cory, 
Esq. Patriot of 
Mary N., daughter of James, of Middletown, 
and George I. Bailey, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy. Patriot of 
Stephen, 74, and Miss Eunice Eddy, 33, both 
of and at Swanzey, Mass., by John Mason, 
Esq., 
Ann and Major Peter Grosvenor, both of and 

at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Porter, 
Peter and Ann H. Bush, daughter of Richard, 

at Newport. Patriot ol 
James, Jr., of Middletown, and Susan Cong- 
don, daughter of Thomas R., of Jamestown, 
at Newport, l^atriot of 
Solomon, of Providence, and F'anny H. Bos- 
worth, of Swanzey, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Re.xford, 
Capt. Ephrain, of Troy, Mass., and Emily 
Rhodes, eldest daughter of Capt. Arnold, 
at Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
Betsey R., daughter of Richard, of Swanzey, 
and George Austin, of Lynn, at Swanzey. 
Patriot of 
Robert and Sarah Ann Bailey, daughter of 

William, at Middletown. Patriot of 
Ann Maria and Isaac Peirce, Esq., post- 
master, at Somerset, Mass., by Rev. Benja- 
min Taylor, 
Noah and Phebe Luther, at Somerset, by 

Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 
Louisa and David Peirce, 2d, at Somerset, by 

John Mason, Esq , 
Simpson and Rebecca Goff, at Dighton, by 

Rev. Mr. Hazleton, 
Phebe and Timothy Bullock, both of Reho- 
both, at Swanzey, by James Luther, Esq., 
Patriot of 
Alvah and Clarissa Jones, both of and at 

Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 
Alice, of Swanzey, and Rev. Amos Kelton, 

of Taunton, at Wellington. Patriot of 
Mary D. and Alanson Post, both of and at 

Swanzey. Patriot of 
Calvin W., of Killingly, Ct., and Mrs. Elea- 
nor B. Pitts, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 



March 8, 1819 

March 20, 1819 

March 24, 1819 

Nov. 8, 1819 

Jan. 26, 1820 

March 15, 1820 

March 29, 1820 

April 9, 1820 

Aug. 21, 1820 

June 2, 1821 
Dec. 5. 1821 

Sept. 15, 1822 

Sept. 17, 1822 

Sept 18, 1822 

Dec. 4, 1822 

Dec. 14, 1822 

Jan. I, 1823 

Dec. 27, 1823 

Dec. 27, 1823 

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176 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CHACE Reliance, of Valley Falls, and John 

Irons, of North Providence, at Valley I""alls. 

Patriot of Jan. 24, 1824 

Hannah, of Cheshire, daughter of late Amasa, 

and Daniel L. Rohinson, of Swanzey, at 

Adams, Mass., by Friends' Ceremony, March 8, 1824 

Zilpha and George G. Brown, both of and at 

Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, March 21, 1824 

Catharine W., daughter of John, of Swanzey, 

and William Manchester, of Dighton, at 

Swanzey. Patriot of May 8, 1824 

James and Mary Eveline Hunt, youngest 

daughter of Joshua, both of and at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, May 17, 1824 

Joseph S and Gertrude Bowers, youngest 

daughter of late Jonathan, at Somerset. 

Patriot of June 19, 1824 

Harvey and Hannah Wood, both of Fall 

River, at Friends' Meeting House. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 15, 1824 
Nathan and Lavice Pitts, at Dighton, by 

Rev. Ebenezer Blake. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1824 

William and Ruth Gifford, daughter of Jere- 
miah, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 10, 1824 
Sally and Thomas Warner, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, May 29, 1825 

James S., of Pawtu.\et, and Amey C. Young, 

daughter of John, of and at Troy, Mass. 

Patriot of June 8, 1825 

Major John B. and Lydia Sheldon Stillvvell, 

eldest daughter of late Christopher S., at 

Providence, Oct. 5, 1825 

Mary and John Thurston, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 2, 1826 

Gilbert, of Newport, and Sarah G. Shaw, 

daughter of John A., at Troy, N. Y., by 

Rev. Mr. Borden. May 7, 1826 

Hiram W. and Mrs. Ann Anderson, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, May 18, 1826 

Earle, of Fall River, and Laura L. Aldrich, 

eldest daughter of Arnold, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Smithfield, June i, 1826 

Merebah, daughter of Michael, and Peter 

Wright, both of and at P"all River, by 

James Ford, Esq., June 19, 1826 

Josiah and Elizabeth Freeborn, both of and 

at Portsmouth, at Friends' Meeting House, Aug. 9, 1826 

Mrs. Melinda and George W. Hopkins, at 

Seekonk, Aug. 24, 1826 



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CHACE Parthenia B., daughter of Richard, of 

Swanzey, and Joseph D. Nichols, of 

Fall River, at Swanzey, by Elder Slade, May 24, 1827 

Mary, of New Bedford, and David Pierce, of 

Somerset, at New Bedford. Patriot of Aug. 18, 1827 
Mary Ann and Sanford Munro, of Bristol, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, Aug. 29, 1S27 

Phebe and Joseph Smith, both of and at 

Somerset. Patriot of Oct. 20, 1827 

Nathan and Eleanor Hall, daughter of Parker, 

at Portsmouth, Nov. 28, 1827 

Loriana P., of Providence, and Nelson 

Allen, of New Bedford, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gai.o, Jan. 13, 1S28 

Eliza and William R. Allen, at Central 

Falls, Oct. 12, 1S28 

Fanny and John VV. Davis, at Fall River. 

Patriot of Nov. 19, 1828 

Robert, of Somerset, Mass., and Mary Orms- 

bee, of and at Providence, May 27, 1829 

Oliver and Patience Robinson, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Fall River, Sept. 9, 1829 

Julia Ann and Reuben Brown, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Dec. 20, 1829 
Nelson O. and y\nna Downing, at Lynn. 

Patriot of Veh. 6, 1830 

Samuel A., of New Market, and Anne A. 

Robinson, at South Kingstown. Patriot 

of Aug. 14, 1830 

Thorndike and Rebecca M. Meigs, daughter 

of Ansel, both of and at Bristol, July 3, 1831 

Aleph P. and Philip Luther, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Nov. 4, 1S32 

CHADSEY Euclid and Frances S. Tillinghast, 

at Wickford. Patriot of Oct. 31, 1827 

CHADWICK Charles, of New Bedford, and 

Celinda Waite, of and at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Eddy, May 13, 1827 

CHAFFP2E Abel and Sally Bowen, d.uighter of 

Asa, at Rehoboth. Pheni.x of Aug. 29, 1807 

Zachariah and Mary liddy, daughter of Peleg, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Phenix of Nov. 28, 1807 

Hannah, daughter of late Amos, of Provi- 
dence, and William Crapon, by Rev, Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 31, 1807 

Mary and William Chaffee, at Rehoboth. 

Pheni.x of Dec. 17, 1808 

William and Mary Chaffee, at I^ehoboth. 

Phenix of Dec. 17, 1808 



178 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

CHAFFEE Samuel B. and Mrs. Nancy Peck, at 

Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Pheni.x of Nov. 4, 1809 

Sophia, daughter of late Amos, and Nathan- 
iel Barrows, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 6, 18 10 

Charlotte and John Arnold, both of Seekonk, 

at Providence, Sept. 24, 1812 

Caleb and Lefee Ormsbee, daughter of Col. 

Abraham, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Lewis, Dec. 15, i8i6 
Lydia and William P. Ormsbee, both of and 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Pheni.x 

of June 14, 1817 

Huldah, daughter of Joseph, of Seekonk, 

and Capt. Benjamin Peck, of Barrington, 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Nov. Q, 181 7 

Clotilda, of Seekonk, and Ira Potter, of 

Providence, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man, March 10, 1819 
Sanford and Mary Ann Otterson, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates, March 14, 1819 

Lucinda and Walter Tucker, both of and at 

Woodstock, March 30, 1820 

Ann Eliza and George Fisher, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, July 28, 1823 

John, of Warren, Penn., and P^anny Med- 

bury, daughter of John, Esq., at Seekonk. 

Patriot of Nov. i, 1823 

Isa and Julia Ann Mason, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, March 12, 1826 

Z and Amey Ide, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney. Patriot of May 20, 1S26 

Harvey and Amelia D. l^ird, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 23, 182G 

Daniel K. and Mrs. Sarah A. Snow, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Jan. i, 1827 

Samuel, of Boston, and Mrs. Sarah A. Potter, 

of and at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Cheney, Sept. 27, 1827 

Capt. Josiah and Sarah Ann Saunders, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Oct. i, 1829 

James M. and Orphelia Caroline Longhead, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 2, 1832 

CHAMBPIRLAIN Dulcena and Moses Healey, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Pheni.x of Dec. 16, 1815 

Calvin and Mrs. Elizabeth M. Taylor, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 16, 1820 

Phebe, of Southbridge, Mass., and Wilson 

Hatton, of Providence, at Southbridge, by 

Rev. Dr. Parks. Patriot of April 7, 1827 



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CHAMBERS John and Sarah Ann Babcock, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Sept. 7, 1820 

CH AMPLAIN Thankful, daughter of late John, 

of Charlestovvn, and Jabez B. Whitaker, of 

Providence, at South Kmgstown, April 6, 1804 

Luther, of Killingly, Ct., and Mary Wil- 

marth, daughter of Hon. Stephen, at 

Glocester, Sept. 19, 1813 

Hannrih, formerly of Warren, and P^lihu 

Richards, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, 
Capt. William and Eliza Kinnecutt Phinney, 

daughter of Daniel, at Warren, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexford, 
Ruhamah L., daughter of Nathaniel, of 

New Shoreham, and Joseph B. Hazard, of 

South Kingstown, at New Shoreham. 

Patriot of 
Eliza P., daughter of Hon. Daniel, of E.\eter, 

and Philip Wilbur, of Little Compton, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Capt. Robert H. and Alice H. Congdon, 

daughter of George, at South Kingstown. 

Patriot of 
Julia Ann, of Warren, and Alexander Hodges, 

of Providence, at Warren, 
Jabez, of Norwich, Ct., and Sally A. Cole, 

daughter of James, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
Lavina Caroline and William Ellery Almy, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 
Henry and Eliza Hale, at Warren, by Rev. 

.Mr. Welsh, 
George G. and Joanna Wilcox, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. 

Patriot of Oct. 13, 1832 

CHAMPION William S., of New York, and Sa- 
rah Cross, daughter of late John, Esq. at 

Westerly, by Rev. Mr. Sti'lman, Dec. 28, 1825 

CHANDLER Eunice, daughter of Capt. Seth, 

and Dr. Amasa Carroll, at Woodstock, Ct. 

Phenix of May 26. 1804 

Benjamin T., Esq., merchant, and Mary 

Tillinghast, daughter of Capt. Joseph, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 19, 1S07 

Lemuel and Eliza Tillinghast, daughter of 

Capt. Joseph, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, May 21. 1812 



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1823 


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1823 


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1824 


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CHANDLER Randolph, of Providence, and 
Harriet Tisdale, daughter of Joseph, Esq., 
of and at Taunton. Phenix of March 12, 1814 

Mercy, of Plympton, Mass., and Jesse Bul- 
lock, of Rehoboth, at Plympton, by Rev. 
Mr. Dexter, Aug. 17, 1817 

Arthur, of Plymouth, and Mary P'uller, of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 14, 1820 

Mrs. Mary and Capt. John Gladding, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 2, 1822 

Hannah S., of Pomfret, and Alexander G. 
Smith, of Stonington, at Pomfret. Pa- 
triot of June 19, 1822 

Catharine Amory, daughter of Nathaniel, 
Esq., and Theophilus Parsons, Esq., of 
Taunton, at Petersham, Mass. Patriot of May 17, 1823 

Susan, daughter of Nathan, of Pomfret, and 
James T. Rhodes, of Pawtuxet, at Pom- 
fret, Ct, Dec. 28, 1823 

Allen, of Providence, and Rebecca Buffing- 
ton, of Swanzey, at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Tatem, Jan. 3, 1824 

John W., merchant, of this town, and Emma 
Ann Ballou, daughter of Zibia, of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, P"eb. 8, 1829 

CHANDLEY Miss Susan, 75, and Henry Har- 

wood, 71, at Baltimore. Phenix of March 12, 1808 

CHANNING Catharine, daughter of Waiter, 
P2sq., of Boston, and Capt. Thomas Barclay, 
of British Navy, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 
Channing, Feb. 21, 1821 

Edward T., Professor at Harvard College, 
Cambridge, and Henrietta A. S. Ellery, 
daughter of William, Esq., at Newport, April 6, 1826 

Anna Elizabeth, daughter of late Walter, 
Esq., formerly of Newport, and Hugh S. 
Ball, of Charleston, S. C, at Boston. Pa- 
triot of March 21, 1827 
CHAPIN Josiah, of Providence, and Aseneth C. 
Capron, of and at Uxbridge, Mass., by 
Rev. Mr. Judson. Phenix of Dec. 2, 1815 

Loring D. and Emeline A. Thurber, daugh- 
ter of Capt. John, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 31, 1820 

Royal and Maria Carpenter, daughter of 
Daniel, Esq., both of and at Uxbridge, 
Mass., May 16, 1821 

Sarah R., of Uxbridge, and Paul Whiting, of 
New York, at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Jud- 
son, Aug. 29, 1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES ISl 

CHAPIN Amory, of Providence, and Mary 

Ann Manton, daughter of Col. Jeremiah, 

of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 15, 1823 
Jacob, Editor of Columbian Reporter, and 

Eliza Watson, of and at Taunton. Patriot 

of Dec. 27, 1823 

Charlotte L. and J. F. Cooney, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 23, 1824 

Amory and Sarah Ann Aborn, daughter of 

late Edward, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 13, 1827 

Sarah, daughter of Amaziah, of Uxbridge, 

and Paris Hill, of Providence, at Uxbridge, 

by Rev. Samuel Judson, Aug. 21, 1827 

Rasselas M. and Sarah Ann Tallman, at 

Providence, by Rev. President Wayland, May 18, 1828 

Reuben \V., of Providence, and Eunice An- 
drews, of Nantucket, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Phillips, Sept. 2, 1829 

Dianna M., daughter of Moses, of U.xbridge, 

Mass., and Richard Waterman, of War- 
wick, at Uxbridge. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1831 
Jacob, of Taunton, and Elizabeth Margaret 

Gay, daughter of Hon. Ebenezer, at Hing- 

ham, Mass. Patriot of July 7, 1832 

CHAPLAIN Silas, aged 15, and Susannah 

Power, aged 13, at Athens, N. Y. Phenix 

of Jan. 7, 1S04 

CHAPMAN Polly, of Westerly, and Asa Max- 
son, of Hopkinton, at Westerly, by Rev. 

Mr. Stillman, Feb. 7, 1822 

William B and Marcy B. Rhodes, daughter 

of Capt. Benjamin, at Pawtuxet, Nov. 12, 1820 

Nancy and Capt. Joseph Smith, both of and 

at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 29, 1822 

Amey and William F. Waterman, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. i, 1831 
CHAPPEE Sally A., of Woodstock, Ct., and 

Wilkes Sharpe, of Providence, at Wood- 
stock, by Rev. Mr. Underwood. Patriot 

of Dec. 7, 1825 

CHAPPELL Viahlaty, of South Kingstown, and 

Israel Smith, Jr., of Cranston, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefieid, Oct. 31, 1813 

Stephen H. and Alsey Baker, both of and at 

Cranston. Feb. 28, 1819 

Elizabeth, of Providence, and Orson Bebee, 

of East Haddam, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Preston, Dec. 9, 1819 



182 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CHAPPELL Elias B., of Westerly, and Esther 

H. Fox, daughter of Deacon S , at 

Waterford, Ct. Patriot of Jan. 26, 1820 

Mehitable C, eldest daughti-r of Frederick, 

Esq., and Henry M. Steadman. both of 

and at South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 

Steadman, Jan. 30, 1820 

Sarah S. and William C. Thayer, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Nov. 27, 1823 

Betsey and William Greenman, both of 

Smithfield, at Mendon, Feb. 12, 1828 

CHAPPOTIN Adeline 11, of Providence, and 

William Magaw, Jr., Esq., of and at Mead- 

ville, Penn., April 27, 18 19 

Mary Ann and Thomas Pearce, both of and 

at Pristol, at St. Michael's Church, by Rev. 

Bishop Griswold, F"eb. 16, 1820 

Catherine Virginia, third daughter of Leon, 

of Providence, and Mark Anthony DeWolf, 

of Bristol, at I^rovidence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, at St. John's Church, Oct. 10, 1821 

Catharine Cole Taylor, daughter of late 

Leon, and Samuel B. Wheaton, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 11, 1830 

Leon, of Meadville, Penn., and Martha Eliza 

Humphrey, daughter of Col. Walker, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 4, 1831 

CHARLOTTE Augusta, Princess of Bavaria, 

and late but divorced wife of the Prince 

Royal, now King of Wurtemburg, and 

F^rancis I, Emperor of Austria. She is in 

her 25th and he is in his 49th year, at 

Munich, Oct. 29, 1816 

CHARNLEY Alexander and Sarah Wood, at 

Taunton. Patriot of Feb. 25, 1829 

CHATMAN Mary S., of Cranston, and Peleg 

Rhodes, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Jacobs, Aug. 9, 1815 

CHEDALL Lydia, eldest daughter of John, of 

Providence, merchant, and Cyrus Burlin- 

game, of Glocester. Pheni.v of April 18, 1807 

CHEDELL Joseph A. and Polly F. Stowe, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, May 30, 1830 
CHEESE Miss and Bread. Pa- 
triot of June 30, 1832 
CHEESEBOROUGH Phebe, of Stonington, 

and Joshua R. Lawton, of Hopkinton, at 

Stonington. Patriot of Jan. 23, 1819 

CHEESELEY Joseph and Ann Phillips, both 

blind, at Wilmington Patriot of Feb. 24, 1821 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 183 

CHEEVER Levi T and Mary E. Walcott, 

daughter of late Capt. John, both of and 

at Cumberland, April lo, 1825 

Daniel and Alice Eliza Henry, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 7, 1825 

Amos and Abigail C. Keach. both of and at 

Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 9, 1826 

William A., of Wrentham, and Maranda 

Wood, of and at Smithfield, Feb. 17, 1828 

William. This marriage recently announced 

is now said to be a fake. Patriot of March 8, 1S28 

CHENEY Tryphenia, daughter of Col. William, 

and Rev. Alonzo King, of North Yar- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of July 28, 1827 
Charles, of Providence, and Waitstill D. 

Shaw, of and at Belchertown, Mass., by 

Rev. Mr. Hall, Oct. 21, 1829 

CHENNAY Roxana, 15, and Calvin Stiles, 16, 

at Danville, Vt. Patriot of Dec. 11, 1824 

CHENWARD Mary E., of Hartford, Ct., and 

Dr. John L. Comstock, of South Kings- 
town, at Hartford. Pheni.x of May 31, 1817 
CHERRY Miss Eliza, 75, weighs 200 lbs., and 

Rev. Edward Bird, 83, weighs 100 lbs., at 

Marion Co., N. C, " Dec. — , 1821 

CHICKERING Farnum and Mary Duncklee, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Feb. 13, 1820 

CHILD Roby and Gideon Burke, at Providence. 

Phenix of March 10, 1804 

Varnum and Nancy Thurber, at Warren. 

Phenix of June 2, 1804 

Prescilla, daughter of Col. Sylvester, and 

Capt. Shubael P. Child, at Barrington. 

Phenix of May 16, 1807 

Capt. Shubael P. and Prescilla Child, daugh- 
ter of Col. Sylvester, at Barrington. Phe- 
nix of May 16, 1807 
John T., President of Warren Bank, and 

Elizabeth Croade, both of and at W^arren, 

by Rev. Mr. Baker, Dec. 10, 1809 

James, of Warren, and Betsey Pettis, of and 

at Somerset. Phenix of Nov. 17, 1810 

Mary T., daughter of J. T., Esq., and John 

T. Croade, at Warren. Phenix of Nov. 17, 1810 

Capt. Griffin and Ann Peck, eldest daughter 

of Lewis, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Aug. 22, 181 1 

Capt. John T., Jr., and Betsey Burr, eldest 

daughter of late N. M., dec, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Baker. Phenix of Sept. 28, 181 1 



184 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CHILD Samuel, of Warren, and Mary Jenny, of 

and at Baltimore, by Rev. Mr. McCain, Feb. i6, 1812 

Nathaniel, of Providence, and Eliza B. 
Emmes, of and at Boston. Phenix of Oct. 16, 181 3 

Abigail, of Johnston, and Horatio G. Briggs, 

formerly of Providence, at Johnston, April 11, 1817 

Griffen and Sarah Field, daughter of Capt. 
David, both of and at Providence by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Jan. 22, 1818 

Margaret B. and William B. Child, both of 
and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Chessman, Nov. 18, 1819 

William B. and Margaret B. Child, both of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Chessman, Nov. 18, 18 19 

Ezra O , of Warren, and Betsey Bovven, of 
Barrington, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Chess- 
man, Dec. 12, 1819 

Betsey, eldest daughter of late Oliver, and 
William D. Hood, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Jan. 26, 1820 

Mary, only daughter of Jeremiah, and Ed- 
ward Salisbury, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker. Patriot of March 25, 1820 

John G. and Mary Ann Hamon, daughter of 
Benjamin, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 12, 1820 

Dorcas, daughter of late Oliver, and Henry 

Child, both of and at Providence, Oct. 10, 1822 

Henry and Dorcas Child, daughter of late 

Oliver, both of and at Providence, Oct. 10, 1822 

Rebecca, daughter of A , and Rev. Eb- 

enezer Nelson, Jr., at Lynn, Mass. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 28, 1822 

Henry and Sarah Jones Wethby, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, April 21, 1823 

Capt. George and Sarah Maria Beverly, eld- 
est daughter of George, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 11, 1824 

Morris and Mercy Angell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 17, 1827 

Phebe Ann and Stephen Russell, at Paw- 

tuckot, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Aug. 18, 1828 

CHILDS Joseph, Jr., of Portsmouth, and Har- 
riet Tallman, daughter of Wiliiam, of and 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, July 17, 1825 

Sarah, of Warren, and William Ingraham, 

of liarrington, at Warren, Oct. 16, 1825 

Charles, of Providence, and Abigail C. Thayer, 

of and at Boston, Dec. 15, 1828 

Capt. Nathan, of Providence, and Louisa 
Childs, of Warren, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Jan. 11, (830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 185 

CHILDS Louisa, of Warren, and Capt. Nathan 
Childs, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Jan. ii, 1830 

CHILLSON Mary and Abraham G. Lott, at 

Johnston, Nov. 30, 1806 

Nancy and Charles Underwood, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 30, 181 1 
James V., of Providence, and Patience Brown, 
daughter of Jonathan, of and at Warwick. 
Phenix of June 22, 181 1 
CHIPMAN Cyrus and Mary Haskins, at Green- 
wich Village, by William P. Wing, Esq.. Dec. 25, 1825 
Stephen and Phebe Cass, both of Mendon, 
Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Feb. 8, 1827 
CHITTENDEN Nancy and Caleb Chace, of 
Rhode Island, at Bethlehem, N. Y. Phe- 
nix of Feb. 21, 1818 
CHOATE Caroline and James Dickman, Junior 
Publisher of the Christian Intelligence, 
Gardiner, Me., at Boston. Patriot of April 17, 1830 
CHOULES Rev. John O., of Newport, and 
Martha L. Garland, of and at Danvers, 
Mass. Patriot of Jan. 5, 1828 
CHRISTIAN Sarah S. and Benjamin Gage, at 

New Bedford, by Rev. Mr. Howe, Feb. S, 1826 

CHURCH Mary and William Bucklin, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 
Phenix of June 23, 1810 

John and Prudence Simmons, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Sept. 6, 18 18 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, of Little 
Compton, and Pardon Brown, of Glaston- 
bury, Ct., at former place, by Rev. Mr. 
Sheperd, Oct. 31, 18 19 

Eliza A. and Job L. Pratt, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, May i, 1820 

Lydia and James Brownell, both of Little 

Compton, at Newport, June 6, 1820 

Capt. Benjamin and Matilda Warren, both of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann. Pa- 
triot of July 26, 1820 
Harriet, daughter of Capt. Gamaliel, and 
Dr. Richmond Brownell, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 19, 1821 
Caleb, of Little Compton, and Mrs. Sarah 
Briggs, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Park, April 2, 1822 
Capt. Thomas, Jr., and Eleanor Bradford, 
daughter of John, Esq., at Mt. Hope, 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, June i, 1823 



186 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CHURCH Sarah, daughter of late George, of 

Bristol, and George Throop, Jr., of Lake 

Champlain, at Bristol. Patriot of June i8, 1823 

Martha Crapon, eldest daughter of William, 

Esq., and James W. Otis, of Taunton, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Jan. 4, 1825 

Ann, eldest daughter of Capt. Edward, of 

Bristol,- and John W. Spooner, of New- 
port, at Bristol. Patriot of Dec. 27, 1826 
Susan Ann, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 

and Thomas J. Coggeshall, both of and 

at Bristol, Oct. 17, 1827 

Peter and Sarah Ann Hunt, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 12, 1828 

Pamelia and Edward Boston, both of Troy, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Aug. 24, 1828 
Samuel W. and Mary S. Tilley, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Grififin, Sept. 28, 1828 

Charles and Mahala Anthony, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Aug. 20, 1829 

Sophia and Nathan Wilcox, at Hopkinton. 

Patriot of Nov. 9, 1831 

James F., of Fall River, and Mary Baker, of 

and at Tiverton. Patriot of Feb. 1 1, i 832 

Benjamin S. and Sarah C. Peck, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Patterson, July 18, 1832 

CHURCHILL Abraham and Abby Cundall, at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. Phenix of April 10, 1813 
Rebecca L, daughter of Capt. Benjamin K., 

and Capt. George S. Wardwell, both of 

and at Bristol, at St. Michael's Church, by 

Rev. Bishop Griswold, May 31, 1819 

Ann Northey, daughter of Capt. Benjamin 

K., of Bristol, and Alexander Jones, Jr., of 

Providence, at St. Michael's Church, Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Griswold, Nov. 3, 1819 
Benjamin King, of Bristol, R. I., and Mrs. 

Elizabeth Norris, daughter of Samuel 

Holmes, Esq., at Salem. Patriot of March 9, 1822 

Ansel and Sally Haile, both of and at War- 
ren. Patriot of Dec. ii, 1822 
William and Abigail Knapp, both of and at 

Taunton, Sept. 3, 1826 

CLACK Lieut. John Henry, U. S. Navy, and 

Mary Louisa Thompson, daughter of Hon. 

Smith, at New York. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1824 

CLAFLEN Henry and Mary Ennis, both of 

Pawtucket, at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Sept. 14, 1826 



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187 



CLAFLIN Nancy and Jonathan Martin, both 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 25, 1820 
Lyman and Rebecca Starkweather, only 

daughter of Hon. Oliver, both of and at 

Pawtucket. Patriot of March 9, 1822 

CLAFFLIN Albert and Ednah Bassett, at Cen- 
tral Falls, by Rev. Mr. Greene. I^atriot 

of Dec. 22, 1824 

Oren and Susan E. Treadwell, youngest 

daughter of Capt. Jonathan, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 2, 1828 

Willard and Susan Budlong, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, March 11, 1830 

CLAIBORE Betsey and Capt. Beverly Ken- 

non, U. S. Navy, at Liberty Hill, Va. Pa- 
triot of July 15, 1829 
CLAH^BORNE William C. C, Governor of 

Louisiana, and Miss Bosque, daugh- 
ter of late Bartholomew, both of and at 

New Orleans, by Rev. P^ather Anthonie, Nov. 8, 18 12 

CLANNING Amelia, daughter of Edward, and 

William Easton, both of Newport, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May i8, 1826 
CLAPP William W., printer, and Hannah W. 

Lane, at Buckstown. Phenix of Dec. 12, 1807 

Thomas and Hannah Smith, both of Provi- 
dence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. 18, 1818 
Frances B., daughter of Hon. Asa, and Rev. 

Gideon W. OIney, pastor of Episcopal 

Church, at Gardiner, Me., at Portland, Me., 

by Rev. Mr. Nichols. Pheni.v of May 30, 1818 

Waterman and Eliza Woodward, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 5, 18 19 

Russell and Sarah Ormsbee, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 15, 1822 

Alexander H. and Elizabeth Merchant, at 

Boston. Patriot of Nov. 25, 1829 

Greene and Juliet Fletcher, second daughter 

of Thomas, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Nov. 8, 183 1 

CLARKE Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of John 

Innes Clarke, Esq., and Oliver Kane, of 

New York, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 22, 1803 

John Pitman, of Boston, merchant, and 

Mary Pitman, daughter of Rev. John, at 

Providence. Phenix of May 12, 1804 

Daniel and Elizabeth Allen, at Scituate. 

Phenix of March 16, 1805 

Amey, eldest daughter of David, of Hopkin- 

ton, and John G. Carver, by Rev. Mr. 

Cornell, Nov. 16, 1806 



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CLARKE William and Mary G. Marshall, both 

of the Theatre, at Charleston, S. C. Fhenix 

of March 7, 1807 

Nathaniel, Jr., and Phebe T. Whipple, form- 
erly of Boston, after 2 hour's acquaintance, 

at Philadelphia. Phenix of March 21, 1807 

Eliza and George Scheffier, both of Boston, July 6, 1808 

Eliza and George Scheffer, both of Boston. 

Phenix of July 16, 1808 

Anne, daughter of Ethan, Esq., of Elm 

Hill, East Greenwich, and Nathaniel R. 

Greene, of Georgia, son of Gen. Nathaniel, 

at former place, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. 

Phenix of Sept. 17, 1808 

Mrs. Mary T., daughter of Col. Josiah, and 

Jonathan Cary, of Bridgewater, at Wins- 
low, Me. Phenix of Sept. 17, 1808 
Peleg and Marietta P"iske, daughter of Isaac, 

Esq., at Johnston, April 23, 1809 

Weeden and Hannah Spink, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Curtis, Feb. 11, 1810 

Mary, of Wrentham, Mass., and Caleb Car- 
penter, 2d. of Rehoboth, at Wrentham, by 

Rev. Mr. Fiske, April 25, 1810 

Benjamin and California H. Albertson, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 11, 1810 
Harriet, second daughter of late John Innes 

Clarke, and Robert Hare, Esq., of Phila- 
delphia, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 8, 181 1 
Jesse, of Sharon, and Cassandra Gage, of 

North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Cornell, Jan. 10, 1813 

Pardon and Rachel Horton, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 13, 1814 

Henry F. and Alice Taylor, only daughter of 

Edward, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Williams, Sept. 20, 1815 

Jacob and Sarah Place, daughter of John, at 

Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Feb. 11, 181 8 

George G. and Ann Eliza Westcott, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, March 30, 181 8 
Jane W., daughter of late James, of New- 
port, and Joseph D. Benton, of Fryburg, 

Mass., at Newport, by Nathaniel Sweet, 

Esq., April 4, 1819 

Capt. Joseph and Sarah Foster, daughter of 

Jesse, of Smithfield, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 14, 181 9 

Ambrose and Sarah Waterman, daughter of 

late James, both of and at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, March 12, 1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 189 

CLARKE Charlotte E. and Thomas Fletcher, 

Jr., both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, May 7, 1820 

John C. and Alice G. Denhani, daughter of 

Daniel, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Webb, May 21, 1820 

Samuel, of Smithfield, and Rebecca Cush- 

man, daughter of Samuel, of and at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, June 7, 1820 

Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin, and Nathan- 
iel Smith, at Newport. Patriot of June 14, 1820 
Sherman, of Newport, and Ann C. B. Ca- 

hoone, daughter of Capt. Henry, of and at 

New York. Patriot of June 28, 1S20 

Mary J. and Capt. Adolphus Taft, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 10, 1820 

Sabra and Joseph Hamer, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Aug. 3, 1820 

Rowse, Jr., and Lucy Reynolds, daughter of 

Joseph, at South Kmgstown. Patriot of Sept. 2, 1820 

Eliza and Henry P. Babbitt, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 19, 1820 

Martha ¥., daughter of William C, and 

Major Potter Browning, both of South 

Kingstown, at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Sterry, Dec. 25, 1820 

Martha F., daughter of William C, Esq., of 

South Kingstown, and Major Potter 

Browning, at Norwich, Ct. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1S21 

Mrs. Diana and Aaron Grant, Jr., at Cum- 
berland, Feb. 8, 1 82 1 
Daniel R. and Maria Eddy, daughter of 

Barnard, both of and at Providence, by 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, ' Feb. 11, 1821 

Samuel and Phebe L. Patt, both of and at 

Warwick, March 4, 1821 

Alexander, 75, and Anna Cain, 25, at Belfast, 

Me. Patriot of June 9, 1821 

Bethiah, of Smithfield, and Joseph B. Peck, 

of Providence, at Valley Falls. Patriot of Oct. 6, 1821 

Mary V., daughter of late Capt. Phineas, of 

Newport, and Robert P. Lee, at Newport. 

Patriot of Jan. 9, 1822 

Margaret and John G. Greene, of Warwick, 

at Dungenness Island, Cumberland, Ga., 

by Mr. Justice Gibson, May 15, 1822 

Jabez, of Providence, and Sarah Hopkins, of 

and at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. i, 1822 

Mrs. Phebe and Charles E. Davenport, at 

Newport. Patriot of Dec. 28, 1822 



190 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CLARKE Anna, daughter of late Samuel, and 
Capt. Windsor Aldrich, both of and at 
Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. 29, 1822 

Anna, daughter of late Samuel, and Capt. 
Winsor Aldrich, both of and at Smithfield, 
by Judge Mann, Dec. 29, 1822 

Mary, of Providence, and John Tew, of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, April 30, 1823 

Russell J., of Saybrook, Ct., and Martha 

Ann Vars, of and at Newport. Patriot of May 3, 1823 

Ambrose and Matilda V. Lewis, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pa- 
triot of May 28, 1823 

William N., of Charlestown, R. L, and Eu- 
nice H. Thompson, of Montville, at He- 
bron, Ct. Patriot of Sept. 13, 1823 

John G., Esq., of South Kingstown, and 
Mrs. Almira D. Page, of and at Stonington, 
Conn., by Rev. Mr. Hart, Sept. 22, 1823 

William S. and Eliza Ann Smith, daughter 

of late Benedict, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 4, 1823 

Thomas J. and Hope Ann G. Gibbs, both of 

and at Providene, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Oct. 6, 1823 

Louisa, of Holliston, and Benjamin Addison, 

of Providence, at Holliston. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1823 

Nancy and Alexander G. Sweet, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1824 

Joseph, of Edenburgh, N. Y., and Julia Ann 
Eddy, of and at Bellefonte, R. L Patriot 
of March 20, 1824 

Rev. Elam C, of Providence, and Emily L. 
Pease, only daughter of Hon. Oliver, of 
and at Suffield, Ct., by Rev. Ebenezer 
Gay, May 19, 1824 

Sarah B., of Providence, and William Salis- 
bury, of Scituate, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, Sept. 6, 1824 

Ebenezer and Hannah H. Barker, daughter 
of late Joshua, both of and at Newport. 
Patriot of Nov. 10, 1824 

Amey, daughter of late Samuel, of Smith- 
field, and Capt. Lebbeus Whipple, at 
Smithfield, Nov. 14, 1824 

Richard, upwards of 76, and Mrs. Mary 

Smith, 83, at Laother, Penn., Jan. 4, 1825 

Levi, of Cumberland, and Lydia Farris 
Baker, of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 29, 1S25 



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Oct. 5, 


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Oct. 23, 


1825 


Oct. 23, 


1825 


Jan. 4, 


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Jan. 5, 


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Feb. I, 


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Aug. 27, 


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PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 101 

CLARKE Abigail, daughter of late Henry S., 

and Benjamin Peabody, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Gammell, Aug. 2, 1825 

Harriet, daughter of Gregory, of Weston, 

Mass., and Henry Spear, of New York, 

printer, at Weston, 
Emily and Caleb Coggeshall, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Joseph G. and Sophia E. Allen, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Henry Tatem, 
Stephen and Amey Joslin, daughter of Israel, 

Esq., both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Cutler, 
Eliza T., daughter of the late Chester, and 

Edward R. Mitchell, both of Providence, 

at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, 
Isaac T. and Ann Eliza Steib, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Enock W. and Sarah Crawford Dodge, 

second daughter of Nehemiah, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Calista and Reuben Glover, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, 
John and Olive Jackson, daughter of late 

Col. Giles, and his 26 child. Out of this 

number 22 have married and most of them 

have large families. The eldest daughter 

was married 52 years ago; in New York, Oct. 24, 1826 
Mary L., daughter of late Thomas P., and 

John Mathewson, Esq., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 20, 1826 

Mary and John Mathewson, Esq., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 20, 1826 
Polly, of Cumberland, and Samuel B. Joslin, 

of Providence, at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Cutler, Dec. 21, 1826 

Mary Ann, daughter of late Stephen, of 

Attleboro, and Jefferson Burr Paine, at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Man, Esq., March 4, 1827 

Mary Ann and William Fish, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, April 5, 1827 

John L. and Henrietta P. Snow, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 19, 1827 

Peleg and Mary B. Corey, at Newport, Nov. 4, 1827 

Dorothy S. and George Hamor, of Fall 

River, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict. Patriot of Aug. 6, 1S28 
Jane C, of Canterbury, Ct., and Samuel 

Coverly, Jr., of Boston, at Canterbury, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheelock. Patriot of Aug. 16, 1828 



192 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CLARKE Abigail M., daughter of Rev. Pitt, and 

Capt. John J. Stimpson, of Providence, at 

Norton, Mass., Oct. 23, 1828 

Elizabeth N,, daughter of late Joseph, and 

William T. Stacy, both of and at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Choules, Dec. 21, 1828 

Hannah and David Perrigo, both of VVrent- 

ham, at Providence, by Stephen Branch, 

Esq , Dec. 31, 1828 

William F. and Louisa Bacon, at Slaters- 

ville, March 26, 1829 

John H., Esq., and Susan E. Miles, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 20, 1829 

Christoi^her, of South Kingstown, 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. Warne, June 9, 1829 

John H., of Providence, and Caroline Eliza- 
beth Case, daughter of late Capt. John B., 

of and at Kingston, R. I., Sept. 27, 1829 

Stillman and Lavina Peirce, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 31, 1829 

Mary Ann and Reuben C. Paddock, at Nan- 
tucket. Patriot of June 23, 1830 
James and Ann Smith, daughter of John, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Jan. 9, 1831 

Celia G., daughter of Ray, of East Green- 
wich, and George A. Brayton, at said 

place. Patriot of Nov. 9, 1831 

George C. and Abby W. Case, at Newport. 

Patriot of Sept. 15, 1832 

J. H., merchant, and Mary Almira Phelps, at 

Troy, N. Y. Patriot of Dec. 22, 1832 

CLARKSON William, 55, and Mrs. Matilda 

Odiorne, 70, after 30 days' courtship, at 

Portsmouth. Phenix of Sept. 7, 1802 

CLARKESON Mary Rutherford, daughter of 

the General, and Peter Augustus Jay, son 

of Gov. John, at New York. Pheni.x of Aug. 8, 1807 

CLAY Mary, daughter of Rev. Joseph, of 

Savannah, late Pastor of First Baptist 

Church of Boston, and William Rufus 

Grey, of Boston, merchant, at Newark, 

N.J. Pheni.x of Nov. 18, 1809 

CLEGG Mr. , 88, and Miss Daw- 
son, 1 8, with a fortune of ;^40,ooo, at Gretna 

Green, Scot. Patriot of June 15, 1822 



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CLEMMONS Phebe, daughter of late John, of 

Warwick, and John Stratton, Jr., of Lee, 

N. Y., at Wr.rwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Sept. 9, 1816 

CLEMONS Richard R. and Mary Place, at 

Glocester. Phenix of Nov. 19, 1814 

CLERC Laurent, of La Balme, Fr. , and Eliza 

C. Boardman, of VVhitesboro, N. Y., both 

deaf and dumb. Mr. C.is an instructor in 

the institute at Hartford, and Miss B., one 

of his pupils, at Cohoesville, near Water- 
ford, N. Y., at house of Benjamin Prescott, May 3, 1819 
CLEVELAND Betsey, of Troy, Mass., daugh- 
ter of Capt. Cleveland, and Gideon Burton, 

of Cranston, April 10, 181 4 

Palmer, of Ogdensburgh, N. Y., and 

Catharine Ann Livingstone, formerly of 

New York, at Canandaigua, N. Y. Pa- 
triot of March 17, 1821 
Benjamin and Hannah Gray, daughter of 

Joseph, at Somerset. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1S23 

Sarah J., eldest daughter of Cyrus, and Job 

Angell, 2d, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Sept. 27, 1824 

William Pitt, Esq., attorney at law, and 

Sophia Richards, daughter of late Guy, 

Esq., both of New London, at New York. 

Patriot of June S, 1825 

Moses and Juliana Nichols, at Smithfield. 

Patriot of Jan. iS, 1826 

Charlotte S,, of Providence, and Leonard 

Willard, of Wrentham, Mass., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 7, 1826 
Mrs. Keziah, of Medfield, and Major General 

Elijah Crane, of Canton, aged 70 years, at 

Medfield. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1826 

Abby and Henry Wilbour, both of and at 

Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Dec. 2, 1827 

George and Deborah B. Angell, daughter of 

Fenner, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 2, 1S29 

Rhoda P. and Gideon Wilco.x, Jr., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 28, 1830 
Mary Jane, of Manlius, N. Y., and M. M. 

Norton, of Lowville, at Manlius, by Rev. 

S. W. Beardesley. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1831 

Seth, of Providence, and Adaline Nason, of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Tucker, Oct. 16, 1831 

CLIFFORD Mary and James Hidden, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 10, 1809 



194 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CLIFFOBD John, formerly of Providence, mer- 
chant, and Mary Wallace, daughter of 15. 
Wallace, Esq., of and at Albany, N. Y., by 
Rev. Dr. Neill. Phenix of March 4, 181 5 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Benjamin, and 
Albeit G. Greene, attorney at law, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 8, 1824 

Benjamin, Jr., merchant, and Sophia Earned, 
daughter of William, deceased, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 11, 1828 

Sarah S., daughter of Benjamin, of Provi- 
dence, and Eben Wade, of Havana, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Sept. 19, 1831 

CLINTON George Washington, son of Vice- 
President of U. S., and Ann Floyd, daugh- 
ter of the General, at New York. Phenix 
of Oct. IS, 1808 

Gov. DeWitt and Catharine Jones, daughter 
of the late Dr. Thomas, at New York. Pa- 
triot of April 28, 1819 

John A. and Sarah Corey, daughter of Ca- 
leb, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell. 
Prtriot of July 4, 1826 

CLOUD Rebecca and Bird Perry, in Warren Co., 

Ga. Patriot of Jan. 15, 1820 

Rebecca and Bird Wing, in Warren Co., Ga. 

Patriot of Feb. 19, 1820 

CLOUGH Thankful, of Thompson, Ct., and 
William Bush, of Killingly, Ct., at Thomp- 
son. Phenix of Jan. 28, 1809 
CLOYES Abigail E. and Uriah T. Harvey, both 
of F'ranklin, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Skinner, 
of Utica. Patriot of July 4, 1829 
COATES Rebecca and John Cotton, at New 

York, by Rev. Mr. Ware, Dec. 14, 1823 

COBB Fanny and Dr. Jona Wales, of Randolph, 

at Taunton. Phenix of May 21, 1803 

Capt. Eleazer, of Brewster, Mass., and Mar- 
garet Wyer, of Boston, at Providence, Nov. 25, 1810 

Sabra, daughter of Otis, of Wrentham, and 
Joseph F. Holmes, of Providence, at Wren- 
tham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, April 5, 1820 

G. D. W., Esq., and Abby Crocker, daughter 
of Hon. Samuel, both of and at Taunton. 
Patriot of • May 22, 1822 

Miranda F. and Marshall Sumner Wade, 
both of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. 
Fiske, Oct. 2, 1822 

Elinas and Betsey Gushing, both of and at 

Seekonk. Patriot of April 5, 1823 



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COBB Mrs. Harriet, daughter of Noah Web- 
ster, Esq., and Rev. William C. Fowler, 
^t New Haven. Patriot of Aug. 6, 1825 

Joseph, Jr., and Celia Brown, at Wrentham, 

Mass., by Rev. Elisha Fiske, Aug. 2S, 1825 

Daniel, of Attleboro, and Bethiah Medbury, 

of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Aug. f4, 1827 

Elijah, Jr., and Maria Antoinette Pond, 
daughter of Oliver, of and at Wrentham, 
by Rev. Mr. Fiske, Nov. 24, 1829 

Daniel S. and Ann B. Hathaway, at Free- 
town. Patriot of June 30, 1830 
Phebe Maria, of Nantucket, and John L. 
Noyes, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Water- 
man. Patriot of July 17, 1830 
COBLEIGH Ephraim and Ann Marshall, at 

Newport. Patriot of April 28, 1824 

COBORN Ebenezer, of Warren, Pa., and Keziah 
Armington, of Providence, at Warren, Pa. 
Phenix of May 2, 1S18 

COBURG George L. and Charlotte A. Guelph, 

daughter of George F., at London, May 2, 1816 

COCHRAN Lydia and William T. Miller, Esq., 

both of and at Warren, by Rev. Silas Hall, May 18, 1817 

Lydia M. and James M. Skelly, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, March 11, 1824 
CODDING Elijah, of Providence, and Marcia 
Battey, daughter of William, of and at 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Dec. 21, 1S26 
CODDINGTON Sarah Ann and John W. Da- 
vis, Jr., both of and at Newport, Oct. 31, 1822 
Edward, printer, and Mary Ann Danforth, 
daughter of Job, Jr. both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. lules, June 26, 1826 
James and Eliza Smith, daughter of late 

Elisha, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, Feb. 21, 1830 
COE Dr. Jonathan, 82, and Mrs. Phebe Betis, 84, 
at Rye, N. Y., her fourth husband. He 
had not stood up in 20 years without 
crutches but he did so at his marriage. 
Phenix of March 14, 1807 

Adam S. and Ann Pease, at Newport. Phe- 
nix of Sept. 2, 1809 
Alden and Lydia Taft, daughter of Brown, 

both of and at Smithfield. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1823 

COFFEE Charles and Catharine Reilly, of Wash- 
ington Co., Md., at Hagerstown, Md., June 17, 1819 
COFFIN Moses and Caroline Graves, at Phila- 
delphia. Phenix of Feb. 14, 1807 



196 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COFFIN Mrs. Betsey, 57, and Samuel Wallace, 

15 yr. 6 mo, at Londonderry, N.H.Phenix of June 16, 18 10 
Peleg and Zilpha Crovvell, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 24, 1828 

Rebecca and William Jernagan, Esq., at Ed- 

gartown. Patriot of Feb. 6, 1830 

Louisa F. and Isaac H. Parker, at Nantucket. 

Patriot of June 23, 1830 

COGGESHALL Sally, of Bristol, and Carder 

Hazard, of Newpoit, at Portsmouth, April i, 1804 

Thomas and Sabra Alexander, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev, Dr. Benedict, June 12, 1808 

Ann, daughter of William C, and Jonathan 

T. Almy, at Newport. Phenix of Jan. 13, 1810 

Freeborn and Eliza Dennis, daughter of Will- 
iam, Esq., both of and at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Webb, Sept. 29, 181 1 

Mrs. Lucy and Col. Samuel Wardwell, at 

Bristol, Nov. 2^, 1817 

Henry and Ann Eliza B. Shaw, eldest daugh- 
ter of late Capt. Anthony, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 29, 18 19 

Olive, daughter of Jonathan, and Thomas 

Gould, Jr., both of Portsmouth, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Oct. 28, 1819 
Felicia, daughter of Jonathan, and Peleg 

Taylor, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 

Patriot of Jan. 10, 1821 

Samuel, Esq., and Elizabeth B. Munro, eld- 
est daughter of Major Hezekiah Munro, 

both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates, May 15, 1821 
Mary M., daughter of Charles, and Joseph 

Low, both of and at Providence. Patriot 

of June 23, 1 82 1 

John P., of Middletown, and Sarah Anthony, 

of Portsmouth, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1823 

Lucmda and William Allen, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. 30, 1823 

Ruth Ann, daughter of late Caleb, of East 

Greenwich, and Capt. Jacob P. Stanley, of 

Maine, at Scituate, by Rev.M r. Knight, Nov. 23, 1823 

Phebe, of Seekonk, and James Hutchinson, 

of Northampton, at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Barney, Sept. 24, 1824 

John H. and Lydia P. Wales, daughter of 

late Atherton, both of Portsmouth, at 

Newport. Patriot of April 9, 1825 

Caleb and Emily Clarke, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1825 



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COGGESHALL Timothy and Sally Ann 

Luther, only daughter of Col. Giles, both 

of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Aug. 21, 1826 

George E., of New Bedford, and Christiar.a 

Curril, daughter of Daniel, at Tiverton. 

Patriot of Nov. 15, 1826 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Dr. John M., and 

Charles I. Bradford, at Bristol. Patriot of March 14, 1827 
Thomas J. and Susan Ann Church, daughter 

of Thomas, Esq., both of and at Bristol, Oct. 17, 1S27 

Ann Elvira, of Pavvtuxet.and William Jeffers, 

Jr., of Providence, at Pavvtucket, Jan. 24, 1830 

Amanda K. and Edward R. Young, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 20, 1831 
Elizabeth, of Taunton, and Allen Waddle, of 

Fall River, at Taunton. Patriot of Aug. 24, 1831 

COIT George M., of Bristol, and Mary H. Coit, 

of and at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, May 6, 1829 

Mary H., of Portsmouth, and George H. 

Coit, of Bristol, at Portsmouth, by Rev. 

Mr. Torrey, ' May 6, 1829 

COKE Thomas, LL. D., one of the Methodist 

Bishops; in England. The papers have 

been printing his death instead of his 

marriage. Phenix of Aug. 3, 1805 

COLBY William and Maria Millett, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Nov. 23, 1828 
COLE Mrs. 60, and Mr. Journey, 

80, at Staten Island, N. Y. Phenix of July 20, 1S02 

Col. Benjamin and Patience Cole, at Warren. 

Phenix of March"3, 1804 

Patience and Col. Benjamin Cole, at Warren. 

Phenix of March 3, 1804 

Phebe, of Warwick, and Benjamin E. Jones, 

of Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield. Phenix of Oct. 11, 1806 

James and Hetty Bishop, daughter of Will- 
iam, at Glocester, Nov. 26, 1807 
Mrs. Elizabeth and Solomon Goodale, each 

72, at Jay, Me. Phenix of Aug. 5, 1809 

David, of Swanzey, Mass., and Patty Cole, of 

and at Warren. Phenix of Jan. 12, 1810 

Patty, of Warren, and David Cole, of Swan- 
zey, at Warren. Phenix of Jan. 12, 1810 
Simmons and Sarah Mason, at Warren. 

Phenix of Feb. 23, 181 1 

Martha, eldest daughter of Capt. Ebenezer, 

and John P. Phillips, editor of the Herald 

of the United States, both of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Baker, May 26, 18 11 



198 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COLE David and Mrs. Hannah Wood, both of 

Rehoboth, at Swanzey. Phenix of June 15, 1811 

David, of Swanzey, and Amey Snow, daugh- 
ter of Daniel, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, April 25, 1813 

Rebecca, of Sterling, Ct., and Lot Wellman, 

of Attleboro, at Sterling, Aug. 21, 1814 

Remember and Sophia Day, daughter of 

Joel, Esq., at Killingly, Ct. Phenix of Nov. 12, 18(4 

Martha and Peter Ballou, at Glocester. Phe- 
nix of Jan. 21, 181 5 

Mary, of Warwick, and Lewis Warren, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 22, 181 5 

Nathaniel and Sally Briggs of Attleboro, at 

Rehoboth. Sept. 15, 1815 

Mrs. Deborah and James Greene, at War- 
wick. Phenix of Aug. 22, 1818 

Hannah, eldest daughter of Noah, and Chad 
Mason, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Pot- 
ter, Nov. I, 1818 

Thomas, of Bristol, and Nancy Saunders, of 

Warren, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates, Nov. 26, 1818 

Phebe Hunt and Edward Scott Rhodes Rem- 
ington, both of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Curtis, Oct. 17, 1819 

John D. and Prudence Potter, only daughter 
of Daniel, both of and at Foster, by Daniel 
Howard, Jr., p;sq., Oct. 15, 1820 

Christiana, of Warren, and Cornelius S. 
Tompkins, of Seekonk, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Rexford, June 17, 1821 

Capt. Samuel and Patience G. Maxwell, 
daughter of James, both of and at Warren. 
Patriot of Sept. 5, 182 1 

Capt. p;benezer and Maria W. Thompson, 
daughter of late Dr. William, at Warren. 
Patriot of Dec. 15, 1821 

Susan and Samuel Westcott, Jr., both of and 

at Providence. Patriot of July 27, 1822 

William, of North Kingstown, and Lydia 
Gray, daughter of Thomas, of and at Tiv- 
erton. Patriot of Aug. 17, 1822 

Lucy, daughter of John, and Isbon Sherman, 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, p-eb. 2, 1823 

Martha and Allen Brown, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Sept. 21, 1823 

Sarah F" ranees and Herman Stanley, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 22, 1823 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of War- 
ren| and Abraham Pearsons, of Green- 
wich, at Warren, Feb. 8, 1824 



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199 



COLE Joseph and Eliza Round, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Isaac Chace, Aug. 5, 1824 

Jeremiah and Rebecca Venneman, at War- 
ren. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1824 
George W. and Catherine Weaver, daughter 

of Perry, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 2 1824 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of late Cyrus, of 

Providence, and Rev. William Leverett, of 

Ro.xbury, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, March 29, 1825 

Nathaniel, 20, and Elizabeth Gardiner, 12, 

daughter of Capt. Andrew, both of Lover- 

ett, at Stutesbury, Mass. Patriot of Sept. 17, 1S25 

Elijah and Reuben, twm brothers, of China, 

Me., and ELlizabeth and Mary Jones, twin 

sisters, and daughters of P'dward,of Bruns- 
wick, Me., at the F"riends' Meetmg House, 

Durham. Patriot of Oct. 12, 1825 

Sally A., daughter of James, of Providence, 

and Jabez Champlain, of Norwich, Ct., at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 2r, 1825 

Benjamin and Sarah Duncan, at Newport, Dec. 25, 1825 

Jeremiah Jackson and Mary Ann Mitchell, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Dec 27, 1825 

Eliza and Arnold Hopkins, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. i, 1826 

Mary and John Newell White, both of and at 

Smithfield. Patriot of March 18, 1826 

Anstress, of Seekonk, and Edward P. Brown- 
ell, of East Haddam, Ct., at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney. Patriot of May 20, 1826 

Susan, of Providence, and Rev, Mr. Phillips, 

of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Patriot of March 21, 1827 

Susannah and Daniel Crocker, both of and 

at North Bridgewater. Patriot of Aug, 15, 1827 

Sarah B. and Joseph Waite, both of and at 

Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, Nov. 11, 1827 

Sarah B. and Joseph Waite, both of and at 

Wickford. Patriot of Nov. 21, 1827 

Jonathan Freeborn and Maria Munro, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, both of and at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Wight, Aug. 8, 1828 

Sarah, of Warren, and Byel Ledoyt, of 

Shrewsbury, at Warren,' by Rev. Mr. 

Welch, Sept. 15, 1829 

Alvan and Clarissa Carr, at Warren, Nov. 22, 1829 

Eliza Ann, of Warren, and John Saunders, 

of Providence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Spaulding, March 3, 183c 



200 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COLE Wealthy Ann, of Providence, and Wil- 
liam H. Cranston, formerly of Warren, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 7, 1831 

COLEGROVK Caleb, of Scituate, and Harri- 
etta Williams, of and at Cranston. Phe- 
nix of April 13, 1805 

COLEMAN Mrs. Eunice, of Nantucket, and 
Major Peter Grinnell, of Providence, at 
Nantucket, Mass.. June 18, 1809 

Lydiaand W'illiam T. Grinnell, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. :, 181 1 

Polly C. and John S. Harris, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 25, 1815 

Rev. Ebenezer, of the Congregational 
Church, of Tiverton, and Amey Pitman, 
daughter of Thomas, at Newport, by Rev. 
Dr. Potter, Jan. 17, 1819 

Dorothy and Philander Wilmarth, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Jan. 31, 1820 

Julia Ann and George Grinnell, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 12, 1820 

William and Harriet Davis, daughter of late 

Benjamin, at Somerset, Sept. 29, 1822 

Sibra and William E. Linnett, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Greene, Oct. 20, 1829 

Robert Bunker and Susan I\L Angevine, 

both of and at New York, Feb. 13, 1832 

COLLAR Ezekiel, 75, and Keziah Jordan, 17, 

at y\shford, Ct. Patriot of June 7, 1823 

COLLOR Aceiness and Francis Collins, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 22, 1810 

COLLIER Mrs Mary, of Sterling, Ct., and Jo- 
seph Arnold (S. C), of Warwick, at Ster- 
ling, Dec. 12, 1820 

Samuel C. and Mary Tabor, daughter of Dea- 
con Ichabod, both of and at Pawtucket, June 12, 1826 
COLLINS Susanna and Asa Chace, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Jan. 3, 1805 

Caleb and Nancy Jakeways, at East Green- 
wich, Nov. 8, 1807 

Francis and Aceiness Collor, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 22, 1810 

Mary A., daughter of Major John A., and Jo- 
siah Lawton, of Providence, at Friends' 
Meeting, Newport, May 2, 18 10 

Ruth, daughter of Beriah, of Foster, and 

John W. Smith, of and at Scituate, April 9, 1815 

Erastus, of North Providence, and Polly Day, 
daughter of David, of and at Killingly, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Whitman. PhenLx of April 12, 1817 



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COLLINS George, of Cranston, and Mar)' Ann 
H. F"arnum of Providence, at Savannah, 
Ga., Nov. 27, 1 8 17 

Mrs. Hannah, of Canterbury, Ct., and Jerath- 
meal Jenckes, Esq., of and at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 7, 1820 

Lewis, of Massachusetts, and Eunice Wea- 
ver, youngest daughter of Duty, Esq., of 
and at East Greenwich. Patriot of Oct. 28, 1820 

Mary, of Thompson, Ct., and l^enjamin Ue.x- 
ter, Jr., of Killingly, Ct., at Thompson, by 
Rev. Mr. Dow, Jan. 14, 1821 

Sarah, of Foster, and Charles A. Taylor, of 
Thompson, Ct., at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 
Stone, July 19, 1S22 

William A., of New Bedford, and Eliza Man- 
chester, of and at Little Compton, by Rev. 
Mr. Peckham, Dec 31, 1822 

Eliza, daughter of John A., Esq., and Joseph 

S. Covell, at Newport. Patriot of April 9, 1823 

Timothy C, of Hopkinton, and Mary Ann 
Gardiner, daughter of late Peleg, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Portsmouth. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 15, 1823 

Maria, daughter of Dr. Amos, and Dr. Jere- 
miah VV. Olney, at Cranston, by Stephen 
Burlingame, Esq , Dec. 14, 1823 

Sarah, daughter of Jabez, of Hopkinton, and 
Joseph Greene, of Jamestown, at Hopkin- 
ton, at Friends' Meeting House, April 28, 1824 

Julia, daughter of John A., and Milton Hall, 

at Newport. Patriot of June 12, 1824 

Capt. Haile and Mary Ma.wvell, eighth daugh- 
ter of Capt. James, both of Warren, at 
Swanzey. Patriot of Nov. 3, 1824 

Jacob and Lydia Collins, both of Lynn, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, July 24, 1825 

Lydia and Jacob Collins, both of Lynn, 

Mass, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, July 24, 1825 

William A. and Love Baxter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Sept. 25, 1825 

Harriet, of Cranston, and Pardon Sheldon, 
of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, AL\rch 5, 1S26 

Mary PL, of F"all River, and Joseph Crapo, 
of Freetown, Mass., at l-'all River, by J. 
C. Borden, Esq., June 18, 1826 

Charlotte G., daughter of Hon. Charles, 
Lieut. Governor of the State, of Newport, 
and William R. Prince, of Mushing, L. L, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 2, 1826 



202 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



COLLINS Caroline, daughter of Hon. Charles, 

Lieut. Governor of the State, and Joseph 

VV. Tarrey, attorney at law, of Detroit, 

Mich., at St. James' Church, Newtown, 

L. L, by Rev. Mr. Johnson, Oct. 5, 1826 

Sarah, daughter of John A., of Newport, and 

John A. Baldwin, of Dunstable, N. H., at 

Boston, by Rev. Dr. Lowell, Oct. 16, 1826 

Major John A. and Mrs. Frances Barker, 

widow of Nathan, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Eddy, Aug. 26, 1827 

Anna, daughter of Lieut. Governor Collins, 

and Dr. Rowland R. Hazard, at Trinity 

Church, Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. i, 1827 

Nancy R. and Moses H. Mayo, late of Provi- 
dence, at Eden, Me. Patriot of Dec. 12, 1827 
Lydia B., youngest daughter of Lieut. Gov. 

Collins, of Newport, and Edward Van 

Zandt, of New York, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Wheaton, May 21, 1S29 

Mary, daughter of Capt. William, of Warren, 

and Samuel M. Fowler, editor of the Paw- 
tucket Chronicle, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Welsh. Patriot of July 21, 1830 

COLLYER Rebecca C. and Sampson Martin, 

both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, May 21, 1820 

COLON John R. and Almira Tanner, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. John N. 

Brown, Oct. 31, 1825 

COLONY Capt. Richard, of Belfast, Me., and 

Eliza B. Fuller, daughter of Sylvester, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Phenix of Aug. 27, 1803 

COLTON Sarah, 61, and Daniel Goodale, 81, of 

Amherst, at Northampton, Mass. Patriot 

of Jan. 12, 1820 

Samuel, one of the publishers of the Worces- 
ter Spy, and Ann Earle, of and at Leices- 
ter. Patriot of Oct. 23, 1830 
COLVIN Ira and Betsey Hyde, daughter of 

Squire, both of and at Coventry, Dec. 27, 1810 

Caleb and Dorothy Burgess, daughter of Jo- 
seph, at Cranston, by Jesse Howard, PIsq., Nov. 14, 1819 
Nathan R. and Freelove Stone, daughter of 

Jabez. both of and at Cranston. Patriot of March 26, 1825 
Mercy and Jonah S. Young, at Killingly, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Appleton, Oct. 25, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 203 

COLVVELL Huldah, of Glocester, and only 
daughter of Stephen, and Stephen Turner, 
of Cranston, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 
Spooner, May 8, 1814 

Mary, daughter of John, of Hurrillville, and 
John C. Hardenburgh, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Preston, Sept. 26, 1S19 

William A., of Smithfield, and Mahala Wind- 
sor, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, 

Huldah and William Hicks, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Church, 

Lillas, daughter of Uriah, and Jeremiah F. 
Tourtellott, both of and at Glocester, 

Joseph and Adeline Bennett, at Cranston. 
Patriot of 
COMMANDER Penelope, 23, and Major Joseph 

Bunks, 60, in North Carolina. Patriot of 
COMMINGS Ephraimand Mary Conant, at Cov- 
entry. Phenix of 
COMMINS Waldo and Sarah Avery Gay, at 
Thompson, Ct , by Rev. Mr. Dow. Pa- 
triot of 

Simon and Sophronia Stanley, daughter of 
late Sylvester, of and at Thompson, Ct., by 
Rev. Daniel Dow, 

Pamela and Dan Bolles, at Thompson, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Dow. Phenix of 
COMSTOCK Dr. Joseph and Sarah R. Perry, 
daughter of Joshua, at South Kingstown. 
Phenix of June 29, 1802 

Sally B., daughter of Benjamin, of Providence, 
and Samuel Comstock, of Lansingburgh, 
N. Y., merchant, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, April 6, 1803 

Samuel, of Lansingburgh, N. Y., merchant, 
and Sally 15. Comstock, daughter of Benja- 
min, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, April 6, 1S03 

Patience and I'^Hsha Arnold, at Smithfield. 

Phenix of May 19, 1804 

Capt. Jesse, of Providence, and Ann Weeden, 
daughter of Isaac, formerly of New Lon- 
don, at New York, June 17, 1807 

Lucinda, daughter of Jabez, and Dr. Sylves- 
ter Knight, of Warwick, at Chatham, Ct. 
Phenix of June 25. 1808 

Capt. William and Bethiah Gorham, second 
daughter of late Major Jabez, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix 
of ' Sept. 10. 1808 



Sept. I, 


1828 


May 27, 


1S30 


May 30, 


'830 


Oct. 13, 


1S32 


F"eb. 19, 


1820 


Nov. 4, 


1809 


Oct. 9, 


1S19 


Oct. 12, 


1823 


Oct. 30, 


1813 



204 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COMSTOCK Ann, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 

and Samuel Thurber, Jr., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 20, 1808 

Welcome, of North Providence, and Ann 

Arnold, daughter of Israel, of and at 

Smith field, Feb. 4, 1810 

Abigail U., daughter of late Dr. Ephraim, 

and James W. Fosdick, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 2, 18 14 

Catharine Sprout, youngest daughter of Dr. 

Ezekiel, of Smithfield, and William Metcalf 

Mann, one of the editors of the American, 

at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April 25, 1815 

Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Dr. Ezekiel, 

of Smithfield, and David Anson Fisher, of 

Wrentham, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, April 25, 1815 

George W., of Smithfield, and Comfort Jos- 

lin, of and at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Crcsbee, Feb. 4, 1817 

Dr. John L., of South Kingstown, and Mary 

E. Chenevard, of and at Hartford, Ct. 

Phenix of May 31, 181 7 

Ephraim, of Providence, and Deborah Angell, 

daughter of Col. John, of and at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 16, 1819 
Nathan and Ann Merrett, daughter of John, 

both of and at New York, at the Friends' 

Meeting House, in Hester Street, May 11, 1820 

Abigail, of Wrentham, and Capt. Alvin 

Jenckes, of Pawtucket, at VV^rentham, by 

Rev. Mr. Williams, Dec. 14, 1820 

Elizabeth S., youngest daughter of Dr. Eze- 
kiel, and John Thornton, at Smithfield. 

Patriot of June 2, 1821 

Mrs. Mary and Pitt Southwick, at Newport. 

Patriot of Aug. 7, 1824 

Capt. William, of the Steamboat F"ulton, and 

Harriet Pearson, eldest daughter of Col. 

Samuel, of Providence, at New York, by 

Rev. Mr. Romeyn, Sept. 19, 1824 

Maria Ann and William H. Townsend, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 6, 1824 

Abigail, of North Providence, and John 

Angell, 3d, of Smithfield, at former place, 

by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Aug. 13, 1826 

Martha and Almon D. Hodges, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 15, 1827 

Cromwell B. and Caroline B. Saunderson, 

both of and at Smithfield, Oct. 20, i 828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 205 

COMSTOCK Capt. Benjamin Weeden and 

Catharine Gordon Comstock, daughter of 

Capt. William, both of Providence, at 

_^ New York, Oct. 29, 1832 

Catharine Gordon, daughter of Capt. William, 

and Capt. Benjamin Weeden Comstock, 

both of Providence, at New York, Oct. 29, 1832 

CON ANT Mary and Ephraim Commings, at 

Coventry. Pheni.x of Nov-. 4, 1809 

Nancy and John Lassell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 1817 

Lydia and John Lassell, Sept. 20, 1831 

CONDICT Hon. Lewis, M. C, from N. J., and 
Martina Elmendorf, at Somerville, N. J. 
Patriot of Jan, 5, 1825 

CONDOCET Madamoiselle and Arthur O'Con- 
nor, of Ireland, a famous character. He 
once aspired to a union with a distant 
relative of Napoleon, an Innkeeper's daugh- 
ter, but she refused his attentions. Phe- 
nix of Oct. 17, 1S07 

CONDY Thomas HoJlis, Jr., of Providence, and 
Maria Frances Remington, daughter of 
late Capt. Charles, of and at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Aug. 23, 181 5 

Mrs. Maria Frances, daughter of late Capt. 
Charles Remington, of Pawtuxet, and 
Samuel A born Condy, of Providence, at 
Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Sept. 2, 1824 

Samuel Aborn, of Providence, and Mrs. Ma- 
ria Frances Condy, daughter of late Capt. 
Charles Remington, of and at Pawtuxet, 
by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Sept. 2, 1824 

Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Thomas H., of 
Pawtu.xet, and Rev. E. J. Howe, of Illinois, 
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. ShurtlefT, Aug. 15, 1825 

CONGDON Patience, of Thompson, Ct., and 
Willard Arnold, formerly of Providence, 
at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. Dow, Dec. 10, i8og 

Capt. Peleg, of New York, and Mary Rem- 
ington, only daughter of Henry, Esq., of 
Warwick, at Plainfield, Ct. Issue of Oct. 
8 says this is erroneous, Sept. 18, 1814 

Ann, daughter of Christopher, and Henry M. 

Totten, both of and at South Kingstown, Jan. 15, 1815 

Capt. Peleg and Mary Remington, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. 7, 1816 

Dorcas, daughter of Isaac, of Cranston, and 
William Cooke, of Richmond, at Cranston, 
by Rev. David Curtis, May 2, 1816 



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CONGDON Phebe, daughter of Jonathan, of 

Providence, and Effingham Lawrence Cap- 

ron, Oct. 30, 1 8 17 

Caleb and Mary Lippitt, daughter of Col. 

Christopher, both of and at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, Jan. 27, 1818 

Ruth F.ddy, second daughter of Jonathan, of 

Providence, and Peleg Howland, Jr., of 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., at P"riends' Meeting 

House, Providence, July 29, 1S18 

Sarah and Christopher Allen, both of and at 

North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Sept. 30, 1819 
Susan, daughter of Thomas R., of James- 
town, and James Chace, Jr., of Middle- 
town, at Newport. Patriot of March 29, 1820 
Senaca. of Leicester, Mass., and Hope Ann 

Gould, of Wickford, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Nov. 11, 1820 

Mary, daughter of Thomas R., and Daniel 

W. Watson, both of and at Jamestown. 

Patriot of May i, 1822 

Benjamin, of Jamestown, and Sarah Ann 

Burdick, daughter of Rev. Henry, of and 

at Newport. Patriot of April 9, 1823 

Welcome, of Providence, and Mary Dennis, 

daughter of Jonathan Dennis, of and at 

Newport, at Friends' Meeting House, Dec. 11, 1823 

Hannah and John T. Taylor, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Dec. 28, 1823 

Alice H., daughter of George, and Capt. 

Robert H. Champlain, at South Kings- 
town. Patriot of March 3, 1824 
Rebecca H. and Stephen S. Potter, both of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, July 18, 1824 

Dorcas B., daughter of Nicholas, of Crans- 
ton, and Thomas Harkness, of Providence, Aug. 30, 1824 
Isaac, Jr., of Cranston, and Sally Peckham, 

of South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 11, 1825 

Capt. Thomas and fCliza Ann S. Spink, both 

of and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 

Gale, Dec. 15, 1825 

Samuel and P'idelia Bridgham, of W^est 

Hoyleston, at Worcester. Patriot of Dec. 21, 1825 

Sarah C. and Wager Hull, of Providence, at 

South Kingstown. Patriot of April 26, 1826 

Eliza and Benjamin Allen, both of and at 

North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 10, 1826 

Martha S. and George S. Spink, both of and 

at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. ]?urke. Oct. 11, r826 

Henry and Sarah Ann Burke, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 17, 1826 



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207 



CONGDON Mrs. Deborah and John Langford, 
both of and at East Greenwich, by 
Nathan Whiting, Esq., Dec. 24, 1826 

Susan, of Northbridge, and Joseph Jefferson, 

of Fall River, at Grafton, March i, 1827 

Capt. John, of Jamestown, and Thankful D. 
Congdon, daughter of late Stephen, of 
North Kingstown, at Canterbury, Ct. Pa- 
triot of March 21, 1827 

Thankful D., daughter of late Stephen, of 
North Kingstown, and Capt. John Cong- 
don, of Jamestown, at Canterbury, Ct. 
Patriot of March 21, 1827 

Samuel and Mary W. Pearce, eldest daughter 
of Earl D., both of and at I^rovidence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 28, 1827 

Eunice L. and Thomas D. Prentice, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 24, 1828 

John and Prudence D. Tallman, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 10, 1829 

Susan H., daughter of Isaac, and Capt. Al- 
mon C. Whitman, at the Arkwnght Vil- 
lage, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 23, 1829 

Phebe, daughter of Nicholas, and John Bur- 
ton, both of and at Cranston, by Judge 
Howard, Dec. 28, 1830 

John F. and Harriet Spink, at North Kings- 
town. Patriot of Aug. 24, 183 1 
CONKRIGHT Polly and Samuel Roberts, after 
5 mmute's courtship, at Bath, Steuben Co., 
N. Y., June 25, 1820 
CONSTANTINE Charles, of New York, and 
Abby Godfrey, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 13, 1822 
CONVERSE Esther W., of Thompson, Ct., and 
Elrastus Buck, of Killingly, Ct., at Thomp- 
son. Patriot of Nov. 22, 1823 

Sherman, editor of the Connecticut Journal, 
and Mrs. Eliza Bruen, daughter of Rev. 
Samuel Nott, at Franklin, Ct., June 28, 1824 

COOKE Mrs. Sarah, daughter of late Col. Levi 
Hall, and Dr. Thomas M. Barrows. Phe- 
nix of Jan. 21, 1804 

Hannah, daughter of the late Daniel, Esq., 

and Henry P. Franklin, merchant, Dec. 18, 1804 

Joseph S. and Mary Welch, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Sept. 21, 1807 

Benoni and Amey Brown, daughter of late 
Capt. Isaac, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Nov. 8, 1807 



208 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COOKE Angelina, daughter of Eli, and Caleb 

Moffett. at Smithfield, Feb. 21, 1808 

Ariel, of Cumberland, and Eliza Sabin, daugh- 
ter of John, of and at Providence, Sept. 10, 1809 

Amey, of East Greenwich, and George Gill- 
more, of Providence, by Rev. Mi-. Wilson, Dec. 3, 1810 

George F., the comedian, and iMts V. M. 
Benn, daughter of James Bryden, keeper 
of the Tontine Coffee House, at New 
York, by Rev. Mr. Barry. Phenix of June 29, 181 1 

Sarah W. of Providence, and Oliver Sheperd, 
of Wrentham, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, June 2, 1813 

Eleazer and Narcissus Cooke, both of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Grossman. Phe- 
nix of Nov. 26, 18 14 

Narcissus and Eleazer Cooke, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Grossman. Phe- 
nix of Nov. 26, 1 814 

Phebe, daughter of John VV., of Glocester, 
and Pardon A. Brown, of Providence, at 
Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Cooper. Phenix 
of May 13, 1815 

William, of Richmond, and I3orcas Congdon, 
daughter of Isaac, of and at Cranston, by 
Rev. David Curtis, May 2, 1816 

Perley, eldest daughter of Col. Levi, and 

Olney Mason, both of and at Cumberland, Dec. 28, 1817 

Sarah and Augustus Bowen, both of and at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, March 19, 1818 

Charlotte and Thomas C. Hull, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22. 18 19 

Mary B., daughter of Thomas, and William 
H. Hale, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. i, 1820 

Ellis and Melinda Follett, daughter of Com- 
fort, both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, July 2, 1820 

Alpha, daughter of Major Zebina, and Ly- 
man Burlingame, both of and at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter. Patriot of Oct. 7, 1820 

Nancy and Larkin Moore, traveling preacher, 
physician, trader, poet, etc., at Beverly, 
Mass. Patriot of Dec. 30, 1820 

Eliza, eldest daughter of Robert, and James 

Wardlow, both of and at Seekonk, Jan. 7, 1821 

Phebe, daughter of Daniel, and William Al- 
bro, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 10, 1821 

Dr. Dennis and Mary Lake, both of Tiver- 
ton, at Little Compton. Patriot of Feb. 17, 1821 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 209 

COOKE Caleb C. and Sarah Ann Warner, 

both of and at Providence. Patriot of April ii, 1821 

Eliza, youngest daughter of Capt. Ebenezer, 

and Rev. Flavell Shurtleff, both of War- 
ren, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

of Pavvtucket, Aug. i, 1821 

Phebe A., daughter of John, Esq., and 

Roger Boone Lawton, of Charleston, S. C, 

at Newport'. Patriot of Aug. 13, 1821 

Penelope, of Coventry, R. I., and Charles 

Johnson, of Bellefonte, Penn., at Groton, 

Ct., Sept. 30, 1821 

Lydia, daughter of late Reuben, and John 

Henderson, both of and at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 27, 1821 
Willis and Sally Cushing, both of and at 

Smithfield. Patriot of Dec. 22, 1821 

Deborah, daughter of Caleb, of Plainfield, 

Ct., and Robert Stephens, of Canterbury, 

at Plainfield. Patriot of June 19, 1822 

Amasa, Jr., of Providence, and Betsey Paine, 

of and at Burrillville, April 28, 1822 

William and Hannah Borden, daughter of 

Richard, of Troy, Mass., at Tiverton. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 13, 1822 
Amos, Jr., and Polly Follett, daughter of 

Luther, both of and at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, ■ March 30, 1823 

Miranda and Stephen Cooke, both of Wren- 

tham, Mass., at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 

Potter, April 6, 1823 

Stephen and Miranda Cooke, both of Wren- 

tham, Mass., at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 

Potter, April 6, 1823 

Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel, and Cranston 

Wilcox, at Tiverton. Patriot of Sept. 3, 1823 

Mary Ann and Henry Holden,at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 2, 1823 

Caleb, of Troy, Mass , and Patience Irish, 

of Portsmouth, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1823 

Alpha and David D. Kent, both of and at 

Cumberland. Patriot of June 23, 1824 

Capt. Charles Clarke and Mary Collins Webb, 

daughter of Rev. Dr. Webb, at Newport. 

Patriot of Sept. 8, 18 14 

William H. and Caroline Jenckes, daughter 

of John, Esq., of and at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Sept. 7, 1825 

Nicholas W. and Amey G. Merrell, daughter 

of William, of Warwick, at Centreville, Oct. 10, 1825 



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COOKE Comfort and Philip Gray, at Tiverton, 

by Rev. Mr. Wright. Patriot of March 4, 1826 

Deborah, of Tiverton, and Robert Wilco.x, of 

Pavvtucket, at Tiverton. Patriot of April 5, 1826 

Thomas and Mary Ann Hudson, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 4, 1826 

Eleanor, daughter of late Capt. Isaac, of Tiv- 
erton, and John Southwick, of ^'all River, 
merchant, at New Bedford, by Rev. Mr. 
Holmes, June 14, 1826 

Reuben T. and Mary Ann Lawton, at New- 
port. Patriot of Oct. 4, 1826 

Mary Ann, of Hartford, Ct., and S. Dunham, 
of Providence, at former place. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1826 

Serrell and Elizabeth Leonard Blackburn, 
daughter of Nathan, Esq., at Chepatchet. 
Patriot of March 14, 1827 

Sarah B., daughter of late Thomas, and Jo- 
seph A. Barker, both of Providence, at 
New York. Patriot of May 23, 1827 

Eliza and Capt. Eaton W. Maxcy, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 27, 1827 

Capt. Benoni, of Providence, and Abby 
Whipple, daughter of Major Simon, of 
and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 30, 1827 

Capt. Thomas S., of Portsmouth, and Eliza 
Carpenter, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Re.xford, Dec. 27, 1827 

Almana and Stephen Phillips, at Glocester, Jan. 6, 1828 

Caroline and Thomas J. Humphrey, both of 
and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Pa- 
triot of Feb. 16, 1828 

Mary B, and Thomas Read, both of Central 

Falls, at Pawtucket, May 10, 1828 

Mary, of Cumberland, and William Moore, of 
Providence, at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, May 19, 1828 

Willis, of Cumberland, and Cyrena Thayer, 
of Smithfield, at Woonsocket Falls, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, July 7, 1828 

Amasa and Zelinda Smith, daughter of late 

Levi, both of and at Cumberland, July 27, 1828 

Mary, of North Providence, and Jonathan T. 
Lincoln, of Smithfield, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 29, 1828 

Caleb C, of Providence, and Lydia A. Steere, 
daughter of Richard, of Smithfield, at for- 
mer place, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 5, 1828 

Patience S. and Nathan Dennis, at Ports- 
mouth. Patriot of Nov. 19, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 211 

COOKE Eliza, of Cumberland, and Allen Mat- 
thewson, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Warne, March 22, 1829 

Bethiah and Samuel Tabor, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, April 14, 1829 

Capt. Daniel S. and Mary Waterman, both 
of Providence, at New York, by Rev. Ed- 
ward Mitchell, Sept. 25, 1829 

Cordelia and Aaron C. Holmes, at Provence- 
town, Mass. Patriot of Nov. 21, [829 

Ann and Paul Durfee, at Fall River. Patriot 

of Aug. 25, 1830 

Clarissa S., of Troy, Mass., and Laban H. 
Eddy, of Smithfield, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 7, 1S30 

Philo B, and Amanda F. Crapon, both of and 

at Providence, Oct. 7, 1S30 

Ebenezer C. and Lydia Thurber, daughter of 
William, 2d, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Church, Oc t. 23, 183 1 

COOl-EY P'ranklin and Abigail Harwood, daugh- 
ter of John, printer, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 2, 1809 

Capt. Lyman, of Providence, and Pamela 
Blodgett, eldest daughter of Russell, of and 
at East Winsor, Ct., Sept. 9, 1819 

Emily, eldest daughter of Capt. Chauncey, 
and Stephen Branch, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Dec. iS, 1820 

John and Mrs. Lucina Davis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, July 2, 1827 

Robert and Nancy T. Merry, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, June 16, 1829 

Amelia, eldest daughter of Col. Franklin, of 
New York, and Henoni Lockwood, Jr., of 
Providence, at New York, Oct. 24, 1830 

COOLIDGE Dolly, daughter of Nathaniel, and 
John Eaton, both of and at Worcester. 
Patriot of Jan. 12, 1825 

Susannah and Isaiah Low, at Boston. Patriot 
of Dec. 2, 1829 

COOMER Henry, of Bristol, and Prudence 

Ladue, of and at Barrington. Patriot of P"eb. 7, 1821 

Stephen D. and Charlotte D. Maxfield, at 

Bristol. Patriot of Jan. 24, 1S27 

Martha C. and George C. Hatch, both of and 

at Bristol. Patriot of April 25, 1827 

COON Martha, of Hopkinton. and Jonathan Bur- 
dick, of Newport, at Hopkinton, by Rev. 
Mr. Stillman, July 22, 1826 



212 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COONEY J. F. and Charlotte L. Chapin, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 23, 1824 

COOPER John and Mrs. Mary Moody, near 
Clemsford, Eng. She has been twice a 
bride, once a widow, and has had a pair of 
twins all within 12 months. Phenix of Sept. 30, 1809 

Moses and Delilah Baker, only daughter of 
Rufus, Esq., at Burnllville, R. I. Phenix 
of May 18, 1811 

Allen and Susan Marsh Barker, eldest daugh- 
ter of late Isaac, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Aug. 10, 1816 

Mary and John Smith, both of Seekonk, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 16, 1816 

Mehitable, daughter of late Capt. David, and 
John P. Woodward, at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman, March 31, 1817 

David and Huldah Read, daughter of Oliver, 
both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man. Phenix of June 14, 1817 

Anstress and William S. Nichols, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 13, 1820 

Abei, of Seekonk, and Mary Newman, daugh- 
ter of Rev. David, of and at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Luther, Feb. 18, 1821 

Ira, of Rochester, N. H., and Betsey Goode- 
neough, of Hancock, N. H., at Mason, N. 
H. Patriot of Jan. 23, 1822 

Capt. Edmund, of North Kingstown, and Nan- 
cy Perkins, of Exeter, at North Kings- 
town, Aug. 4, 1822 

Martha and Marvel Joshn, at Brooklyn, Ct. 

Patriot of Aug. 17, 1822 

Lodowick- and Mrs. Harriet Bates, at Wick- 
ford. Patriot of Dec. 28, 1822 

Benjamin, of Medfield, and Phebe Carpenter 
Smith, of and at Rehoboth, by George W. 
Peck, Esq., Jan. 14, 1823 

Benjamin, of Medfield, and Phebe Carpenter 
Smith, of and at Rehoboth, by George W. 
Peck, Esq., Jan. 14, 1823 

Benjamin, of Medfield, Mass., and Phebe C. 

Smith, of and at Rehoboth. Patriot of Feb. i, 1823 

Esther E.,of Southbridge, Mass., and Edwin 
D. Tingley, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1832 

COPELAND Capt. Thomas and Elizabeth 
Hodges, daughter of Isaac, Esq., both of 
and at Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Patriot 
of June 6, 1821 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 213 

COPELAND Samuel J., of Philadelphia, and 

Anna Maria Heal, of and at Boston, Dec. 14, 1829 

COPPERSMITH Sarah and John Bell, at Pet- 
ersburg, Va. Phenix of Oct. 14, 1809 
CORBETT Penuel, of Virginia, and Mary Ann 
Bourne, daughter of Shearjpshub, Esq., of 
and at Bristol, at the Congregational Meet- 
ing House, by Rev. Mr. Mann, March 8, 1821 
CORBIN Matilda and John Wakefield, both of 

Dudley, Mass., at Providence, Oct. 9, 18 1 4 

Benjamin and Mary Bowen, daughter of late 
Simeon, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman, Nov. 27, 1S14 

CORDIN William, 60. Had been in sea service 
35 years; lost both legs at Trafalgar; and 
Susannah Thompson, 19; at Royton, Eng., Aug. 15, 1822 
CORDIS Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, 
Esq., and Col. Russell Jarvis, attorney at 
law, at Boston. Patriot of Dec. 8, 1824 

COREY Rebecca and Isaac Arnold, at Smith- 
field. Pheni.N of Sept. 28, 1805 

Thomas and Sally Munroe, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 25, 1808 

Capt. William and Mary Allen, daughter of 
Capt. Christopher, at North Kingstown, by 
Rev. Mr. Northup. Pheni.x of Jan. 16, 1813 

Martha, youngest daughter of late Capt. Wil- 
liam, and James M. Pike, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 31, 1814 

Tabor, of Wrentham, and Sally Hathaway, 
of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. 
Patriot of Sept. 25, 1819 

Amey, daughter of late Capt. William, and 
Harvey Luther, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker, Jan. 16, 1820 

Thomas, of Wellington, and Roxey Brown, of 

Taunton, at Wellington, Patriot of April 14, 1821 

Martha and Thomas McFarland, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1822 

Catharine, of Plainfield, Ct., and Spencer 
Weaver, of Coventry, at Plainfield. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 13, 1824 

Capt. Joseph and Hannah Hicks, daughter 
of Gabriel, Esq., at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 
Peckham, July 10, 1825 

Sarah, daughter of Caleb, and John A. Clin- 
ton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell. 
Patriot of July 4, 1826 

Edward and Melicent Perren Gladding, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 9, 1827 



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COREY Mary B. and Peleg Clarke, at New- 
port, Nov. 4, 1827 

Hannah and William Howard, Jr., both of 
and at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Ransom, July 7, 1828 

William B. and Sarah H. Weeden, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1828 

Eliza Newton, only daughter of Capt. Caleb, 
and B. S. Lynde, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 6, 1828 

Sarah, of Smithfield, and Thomas Jefferson 
Hathaway, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq., Dec. 29, 1S28 

William P. and Amelia Snow, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 29, 1829 

Narcissa and James W. Matteson, both of 

and at Coventry. Patriot of Dec. 2, 1829 

Robert C. and Harriet F"ry, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Sanborn, March 18, 1830 

Joseph B. and Sarah Fish, daughter of 

George, at Portsmouth. Patriot of Aug. 14, 1830 

Edward Francis and Adelia Tourgee, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, ' Sept. 14, 1831 

Sarah and John S. Counnare, both of War- 
ren, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Davis, June 11, 1832 
CORLISS Mary Ann, eldest daughter of John, 
Esq., both of Providence, and Charles 
Bradford, Cashier of Bank at Lexington, 
Ky.; in Bourbon Co., Ky., Sept. 9, 1817 

Susan Conde Russell, second daughter of 
John, Esq., and William Respass, of Bloom- 
ingdale. Ky. She was late of Providence, 
at latter place, Oct. 4, 1S26 

Mrs. Nancy and Capt. William Dexter, at 

Glocester. Patriot of March 20, 1830 

Sarah L., daughter of Benjamin, and Charles 
A. Macy, at New York, at F"riends' Meet- 
ing House. Patriot of Jan. 19, 1831 
CORNELL Benjamin C. and Sally Brayton, 
daughter of John, of Somerset, Mass., at 
Bristol. Phenix of Oct. 20, 1810 

Mrs. Sarah and James Martin, at Providence, June 4, 18 12 

Richard M. and Ruth Baker, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of April 8, 181 5 

Capt. Walter, of Bristol, and Mrs. Rhoda 
Carter, of Middletown, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Webb, Oct. 17, 1817 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Asa Learned, both of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Patten, June 16, 1818 

Sally and James Riley, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Aug. 5, 1819 



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CORNELL Martha, daughter of Benjamin, 

Esq., and Anthony V. Taylor, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Webb, Oct. 31, 1819 

Daniel, of Glocester, and Huldah Baker, 

daughter of Jonathan, of and at Killingly, 

Ct., by David Chace, Esq. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1821 

IClizabeth, daughter of Thomas, and John E. 

Holt, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 26 1821 

Mary and Simon Irons, at Johnston, by El- 
der Sprague, April 23, 1822 
Thomas T. and Martha Brownell, both of 

Portsmouth, at Newport. Patriot of May 18, 1822 

Ezekiel and Sally Balkcom, at Attleboro. 

Patriot of Jan. 18, 1823 

John S., formerly of Newport, and Cleminti- 

na C. Remington, daughter of Tiddeman 

H., formerly of Jamestown, R. I., at Beau- 
fort, N. C. Patriot of Eeb. i, 1823 
Rebecca P. and Samuel Saunders, both of 

and at Providence. Patriot of March 15, 1823 

Stephen, of Newport, and Harriet C. Earle, 

of Nantucket, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 4, 1823 

Lucretia, of Norwich, Ct., and Grindall 

Rawson, formerly of Providence, at Nor- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Strong, April 13, 1824 
Job and Mrs. Abigail Merrell, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 21, 1826 

Ann and Charles Holden, 2d, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 13, 1827 

Elizabeth and John Baggs, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1829 

CORNICK Peggy, 15, and Thomas Doty, 72, at 

Schopack, N. Y. Phenix of Feb. 14, 1 807 

CORNISH Sophrenia R. and Nathan R. Shaw, 

both of and at Taunton. Patriot of April 10, 1824 

CORNWALL Matilda M., daughter of late 

Benjamin, of Brooklyn, and Lieut. Charles 

Ellery, U. S. Navy, at New York. Patriot 

of ■ Sept. 10, 1823 

CORNWELL Clarissa S. and Dea. Stephen 

Davol, both of and at Warren. Patriot of Jan. 14, 1824 

CORPE Eliza and Nathan Bump, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 17, 1813 

Mary Ann and David Dean, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 9, 1822 

COTHIER Lewis and Mrs. Sally Sprague, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 30, 1820 
COTHRAN Josiah, of Providence, and Julia 

Ann Pratt, of and at Cranston, by Anthony 

Potter, Esq., Oct. 21, 1827 



216 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COTTLE Charles and Henrietta B. Ramsdell, 

at Nantucket. Patriot of June 23, 1830 

COTTON John and Rebecca Coates, at New 

York, by Rev. Mr. Ware, Dec. 14, 1823 

John, a seaman, who lost both arms in de- 
fending the Brig Patriot against pirates, 
for whom a liberal subscription has been 
issued, is announced as to be married. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 17, 1823 
Benjamin R., of Seekonk, and Eliza V. 
Paine, of and at F"reetown, by Rev. Mr. 
Taylor, Aug. ig, 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 Cargill, both 
of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, Feb. 27, 1822 

Eliza A., of Pawtucket, and William A. Wil- 
lis, of Newport, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, June 15, 1826 

COSTIiR Macia, of Providence, and James G. 
Dagfrett, of Rehoboth, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. Patriot of April 21, 1827 

COULTER Dr. Mifflin, U. S. Navy, and Sarah 
I^. Holbrook, daughter of Capt. Joseph, 
both of and at Baltimore, Md. Patriot of May 30, 1829 

COULTS [Coutts] Thomas, the English Bank- 
er, and Miss Mellon, the actress, at 

London, Eng. Phenix of May 13, 1815 

COUNNORE John S. and Sarah Corey, both of 

Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Davis, June 11, 1832 

COURTENAY Lieut. Henry E., of the U. S. 
Topographical Engineers, and Harriet 
Rathbone, daughter of late Capt. Benja- 
min, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. VVheaton, May 21, 1827 

C0USP2 Elizabeth and Dr. Lyman Spaulding, 

at Portsmouth. Pheni.x of Oct. 26, 1802 

COUTTS [Coults] Thomas, the English Banker, 

and Miss Mellon, the actress, at 

London, Eng. Pheni.x of May 13, 1815 

COVE Albert, of Ware, N. H., and Sarah 
Stevens, daughter of the late Joseph, of 
and at Newport. Patriot of April 17 1824 

COVELL Ziba, of Killingly, Ct., and Ann Cran- 
dall, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. PhenLx of Jan. 14, 1815 

Benjamin and Sophia Ann Whitmore, daugh- 
ter of Daniel, both of and at Killingly, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Atkins. Patriot of Oct. 9, 1819 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 217 

COVELL Joseph S. and Eliza Collins, daughter 

of John A., Esq., at Newport. Patriot of April 9, 1823 

William K. and Ann Williams, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Nov. 22, 1827 

Hosea and Mary Borden, at New Bedford, 

by Rev. Mr. Holmes, Aug. 10, 1828 

Stephen, of Troy, N. Y., and Sarah Dexter, 

at Smithfield. Patriot of Oct. i, 1831 

COVERLY Samuel, Jr., of Boston, and Jane C. 
Clarke, of and at Canterbury ,Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Wheelock. Patriot of Aug. 16, 1828 

COWAN Lydia, daughter of Zenas, of Dart- 
mouth, and William Peckham, of Westport, 
at Dartmouth. Patriot of May 9, 1827 

COWDEN Jason and Ruth Northup, at Valley 

Falls. Patriot of May 7, 1823 

COWELL Benjamin, PZsq., and Eliza B. How- 
ell, eldest daughter of Hon. Jeremiah K., 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, March 4, 1818 

COWING Mary, eldest daughter of Ward, and 
Pardon T. Hurlburt, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 19, 1806 
Joseph and Mary Weeden, daughter of Capt. 
George, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes. June 24, 181 1 
Henry and Ann Wagner, eldest daughter of 
late George, at Charleston, S. C, by Rev. 
Mr. Theodore Dehon, March 4, 1813 
Smith, of Scituate, and Sarah Tefft, of Provi- 
dence, at Glocester. Pheni.x of Oct. 9, 1813 
Ward, Jr., of Cherun, S. C, and Mary At- 
wood, daughter of Sylvester, of and at Wel- 
hngton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Guskee. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 15, 1825 
COWLEY Sarah and John Northup, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Patriot of May 10, 1820 
COX Mrs. Eliza, daughter of Com. Truxton, and 
Theodore Foster Talbot, attorney at law, 
at New York. Pheni.x of June 11, 1803 
Eliza and Gilbert Norris, at Bristol. Patriot 

Qf April 8, 1820 

Elizabeth, 28, and Henry Fallard, 71, both ot 
and at Hartford Co., Md.. by Rev. Mr. 
Park, ' July 19, 1 82 1 

George, Jr., and Charlotte Kaull, daughter of 

John, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 10, 1823 

Edith and John Ring, at Newport. Patriot 

of Oct. 4, 1826 



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COX Thomas F. and Catharine Carr, daughter 

of William 1'., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, April i, 1827 

COY John and Lydia Burkett, at Providence. 

Phtnix of Nov. 19, 1803 

Elizabeth, daughter of Jonathan W., P^sq., 

and Franklin Richmond, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 2, 18 17 

George W., of Providence, and Caroline Eliza 

Keith, daughter of Sylvester, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, at Bridgevvater, Mass., Nov. 9, 1828 
COZZENS John and Margaret Bretton, daugh- 
ter of William, at Newport. Pheni.x of March 24, 1804 
Ann and Crawford Titus, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, Nov. 30, 1812 

Benjamin, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, of 

Seekonk, Mass., and Sarah Marsh Whea- 

ton, daughter of Seth, Esq., of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 7, 1816 

Brown, of Providence,' and Charlotte White- 
more, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 

Nelson, Oct. 31, 1816 

Charles W. and Eliza W. Mason, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 28, 18 17 
Phebe, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, and 

William Card, Jr., at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Webb, March 14, 1819 

Charles and Harriett Rogers, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Aug. 30, 1826 

Benjamin and Mary Dexter, daughter of 

Samuel, Esq., both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1827 

Lucy W. and Lloyd S. Sutton, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 17, 1828 

George and Julia Ann Hamlin, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 14, 1831 

CRABB William and Mary Spider, at New 

Orleans, by Rev. Mr. Hull. Patriot of June 9, 1827 

CRAFT Mrs. Mary and Thomas Fenner, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Oct. 3, 1824 

CRAGGIN A. H., daughter of Benjamin, of 

Douglas, Mass., and William H. Wil- 
liams, of Burke Co., Georgia, formerly of 

Dighton, Mass., at Douglas, by Rev. Mr. 

Holmes, Aug. 16, 1827 

CRAIG Mary Ann and Jeremiah Pierce, both 

of Cumberland, at Valley Falls, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict, June 24, 1827 

GRAIN Mary, of Pomfret, Ct., and Anthony 

Budlong, of Providence, at Pomfret, Oct. 20, 1828 



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C RANDALL Mary, daughter of Capt. Joshua, 
and James Albro, at Newport. Phenix 
of Sept. 30, 1809 

William W. and Lydia Beverly, eldest daugh- 
ter of Gideon, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Dec. 9, 18 13 

Ann, of Providence, and Ziba Co\'ell, of Kil- 
lingly, Ct., at Providcnte, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Pheni.x of Jan. 14, 1815 

Benjamin, of Providence, and Mary D. 
Brown, daughter of Major Elisha, of and 
at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Coleman. Patriot 
of Sept. IS, 1819 

John and Mary Thurston, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Oct. 17, 1819 

Mrs. Sarah and Richard Bush, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, Aug. 13, 1820 

Mary, daughter of Stephen, of Tiverton, and 
Christopher Brownell, of VVestport, at Tiv- 
erton. Patriot of Nov. 4, 1820 

Sally, daughter of Robert, PIsq., and Charles 
B. Kenyon, both of and at E.xeter. Patriot 
of April 3, 1824 

Waitey G., daughter of Robert, Esq., of 
Exeter, and Joseph Davis, of Preston, Ct., 
at Exeter. Patriot of April 3, 1824 

Robert, of Exeter, and Mrs. Lettice Hub- 
bard, of Providence, at Randolph, Vt., Oct. 21, 1824 

Patience and Humprey Gray, at Tiverton, by 

Rev. Mr. Wright. Patriot of March 4, 1826 

Clarke and Mary Ann Allen, daughter of 

Philip, at Newport. Patriot of July 8, 1826 

Samuel, of Hxeter, and Harriet Willoughby, 
of Canterbury, at Brooklyn, Ct. Patriot 
of Oct. 27, 1827 

William H. and Mary H. Moore, both of and 

at Newport, bv Rev. Mr. Van Vleck, Aug. i, 1831 

CRANDON Nancy B. and Cornelius S. Jack- 
son, both of Plymouth, Mass., at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of Oct. 23, 1813 
CRANE Major General Elijah, 70, of Canton, 
and Mrs. Keziah Cleveland, of and at Med- 
field. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1826 

Silas A. and Mary Elizabeth Martin, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. John, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at St. 
John's Church, June 19, 1828 

CRANS James and Susan Houselander, both of 
and at Burlington, Orange Co., N. Y., by 
Rev. Mr. Van Doran, , Jan. 24, 181 5 



220 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CRANSTON Esther, daughter of Samuel and 
William Jones, both of and at Foster. 
Phenix of Dec. 8, 1810 

Avis and Barton Arnold, of Providence, at 

Pawtucket, April 13, 1812 

Hearty, daughter of William, of Massachu- 
setts, and Joseph Howland', Jr., of East 
Greenwich, at Newport. Phenix of Aug. 10, 1816 

Freelove, daughter of Samuel, of Foster, 
and Dexter Arnold, of Scituate, at Foster, 
by Rev. Mr. Stone, Jan. 19, 1817 

Benjamin T. and Pliiza Lawton, daughter of 

late Samuel, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1821 

Barzillai, Esq., of Providence, and Irene 
Guild, daughter of Moses, of and at Ded- 
ham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. White, Jan. 24, 1822 

Eliza, of Seekonk, and Ezekiel B. Hawkins, 

of Providence, at Seekonk. Patriot of April 6, 1822 

Rebecca, daughter of William, and Job Law- 
ton, at Newport. Patriot of July 26, 1823 

Penelope, daughter of late Joseph, and Tru- 
man Spooner, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy, May 11, 1826 

Jeremiah and Mary B. Barton, daughter of 

William, at Taunton. Patriot of March 14, 1827 

Sarah Ann and William Leonard, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter. Patriot of Jan. 7, 1829 

William B., formerly of Warren, and Wealthy 
Ann Cole, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Sept. 7, 183 1 

CRAPO Mary A., only daughter of Philip, Esq., 
and William H. Russell, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 6, 1823 

Joseph, of P'reetown, Mass., and Mary H. 
Collins, of and at Fall River, by J. C. 
Borden, Esq., June 18, 1826 

CRAPON Prescilla, daughter of late Capt. Ben- 
jamin, and John Page, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, March 27, 1804 

Charlotte Harris, eldest daughter of Capt. 
Christopher, and William Alexander, mer- 
chant, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, July 14, 1805 

William and Hannah Chaffee, daughter of 
late Amos, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Dec. 31, 1807 

Sarah, second daughter of Capt. Christopher, 
and Hezekiah Cooke Whipple, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 28, 1808 



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221 



CRAPON Thomas and Caroline Greene, daugh- 
ter of Major William F., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 181 5 

Dr. Samuel and Lydia Hill, both of and at 

Smithfield, Oct. i, 1815 

Thomas L. and Sarah B. Davis, youngest 

daughter of late Capt. Robert, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. i, 1819 

Thomas and Caroline H. Allen, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Nov. 21, 1824 

Samuel and Mary Jones, both of and at 

East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, Dec. 14, 1826 
Amanda F. and Philo B. Cooke, both of and 

at Providence, Oct. 7, 1830 

CRAVEN Earl of and Miss Brunton, of 

Covent Garden Theatre, a sister of Mrs. 

Warren, of the Philadelphia Theatre. Phe- 

nix of Feb. 27, 1808 

CRAWFARGAR Catharine E. and Edward W. 

Graves, printer, at Troy, N. Y., by Rev. 

Mr. Beman, Feb. i, 1832 

CRAYCRAFT Richard, of Philadelphia, and 

Louisa Lovejoy, of Concord, Mass., at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 22, 1827 

CREIGHTON Capt. John Orde, U. S. Navy, 

and Miss Harriet Halsey, daughter of 

Thomas Lloyd Halsey, Esq., of and at 

Providence, at St. John's Church, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, March 5, 1815 

CRESSLY Benjamin B., of Dedham, Mass., and 

Rebecca A. Smith, of and at Providence, Oct. 4, 1831 

CROADE Polly and Pashall Allen, cashier of 

Warren Bank, at Warren. Pheni.x of June 30, 1804 

Elizabeth and John T. Child, president of 

Warren Bank, both of and at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, Dec. 10, 1809 

John T. and Mary T. Child, daughter of J. 

T., Esq., at Warren. Pheni.x of Nov. 17, 181Q 

Elizabeth B., daughter of the late Nathaniel, 

of Pawtucket, and Oliver Ellsworth Will- 
iams, Esq., of Hartford, Ct., attorney at 

law, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 25, 1819 

CROCKER Rev. Nathan B. Rector, of St. 

John's Church, Providence, and Eliza A. 

Senter, eldest daughter of late Dr. Senter, 

of Newport, at Trinity Church, Newport, 

by Rev. Bishop Griswold, March 19, 181 1 

Sarah Leonard, daughter of Hon. Samuel, 

and Samuel Bass King, of Boston, at Taun- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon, Oct. 24, 1820 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CROCKER Abby, daughter of Hon. Samuel, 

and G. D. W. Cobb, Esq., both of and at 

Taunton. Patriot of May 22, 1822 

Capt. Josiah and Mrs. Harriet S. Moore, 

widow of Col. William, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Wheaton [incorrect], Veh. 29, 1824 

Luther and Phebe Hendricks, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1824 

Samuel L., of Taunton, and Hannah W. 

Thomas, of and at Worcester. Patriot of June 29, 1825 

Ebenezer and Betsey Hawes, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 22, 1825 

Mary B. and Capt. Alexander Scudder, at 

Barnstable. Patriot of May 3 [,1826 

Daniel and Susannah Cole, both of and at 

No. Bridgewater. Patriot of Aug. 15, 1827 

Abigail, of Barnstable, and John Andrews, of 

Providence, at Parnstable. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1829 

Lucy and Hiram W. Titus, both of Valley 

P'alls, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 

Patriot of July 21, 1830 

CROGHAN Ann, eldest daughter of Major 

William and Gen. Jessup, near 

Louisville, Ky. Patriot of June 19, 1822 

CROOKER Capt. Isaiah, Jr., of Bath, Me., and 

Mrs. Harriet G. Moore, of and at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Wheaton [correct], Feb. 29, 1824 

Josiah F., of Providence, and Mary Whipple, 

daughter of Capt. Emar, of and at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Loring, March 29, 1832 

CROSBY John and Virtue C. Hubbard, both of 

and at Newport, June 22, 1827 

Timothy and Mary S. Smart, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 23, 1827 

Stephen and Susan M. Earned, second daugh- 
ter of George, Esq., at Thompson, Ct., by 

Rev. Daniel Dow. Patriot of March 21, 1829 

George, of Nantucket, and Peirce, of 

Andover, at Pawtucket, Feb. 19, 183 1 

CROSBEE Benjamin and Mary Nichols, at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, J. P., Oct. 14, 1830 

CROSS Caleb, editor of the Political Callender, 

and Eliza Malley, at Nevvburyport. Pheni.x 

of July 6, 1805 

George Warren, of Charleston, S. C, and 

Frances Maria Halsey, daughter of Thomas 

Lloyd Halsey, Ivsq., of and at Providence, 

at St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 19, 1812 
Benjamin C. and Susan Cross, both of and at 

Westerly, by J. W. Knight, Esq. Patriot 

of Feb. 5, 1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 223 

CROSS Elizabeth, daughter of late John, and 
Capt. John C. Cross, fif Charlestown, both 
now of and at Westerly, by J. W. Knight, 
Esq. Patriot of Feb. 5, 1820 

Capt. John C, of Charlestown, R. I., and 
Elizabeth Cross, daughter of late John, 
both now of and at Westerly, by J. W. 
Knight, Esq. Patriot of Feb. 5, 1S20 

Susan and Benjamin C. Cross, both of and 
at Westerly, by J. W. Knight, Esq. Pa- 
triot of Feb. 5, 1820 

George, of Westerly, and Abby Hinckley, of 

and at Stonington. Patriot of Nov. 4, 1820 

Sarah, daughter of late John, Esq., and Will- 
iam S. Champion, of New York, at West- 
erly, by Rev. Mr. Stiilman, Dec. 28, 1825 

Mary, of Providence, and Westcott Handy, 
of Uxbridge, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, F"eb. 7, 1827 

Capt. John H., of Westerly, and Mary Ann 
Watson, daughter of Elisha, of and at 
South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Purge, Nov. 9, 1829 

Freelove P. and Albert H. Hewitt, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1829 
CROSSMAN William and Olive Lyon, at Bran- 
don, by Rev. E. Hibbard, March 26, 181 5 

Olive and James V. Jenckes, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Feb. 14, 1819 

Betsey L. and Horatio L. Crossman, at Taun- 
ton. Patriot of Aug. 16, 1823 

Horatio L. and Betsey L. Crossman, at Taun- 
ton. Patriot of Aug. i6, 1823 

Frederick and Eliza Lincoln, at Taunton. 

Patriot of March 23, 1825 

Mary Ann and Alfred Dean, at Taunton. 

Patriot of May 4, 1825 

Rebecca and Sylvanus Thayer, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Jan. 28, 1826 

Job, Jr., and Caroline Hack, daughter of Na- 
than, both of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Hamilton, Sept. 5, 1827 

Sarah H.,of Cumberland, and John Allen, of 
Scituate, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, Oct. 29, 1828 
CROSSWELL James, Jr., and Freelove Pearse, 
daughter of Squire, both of and at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Giles Luther, Nov. 23, 1817 

Edwin, editor of Albany Argus, and Cath- 
erine Adams, of and at Catskill. N. Y. 
Patriot of Sept. 25, 1824 



294 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CROUCH Hasell W., of Charleston, S. C^ and 

Susan M. S. Williams, of and at Provi- 

dence. Patriot of ^^ O^t. 13, 1832 

CROWD Sallv and Nathan Prophet, at Thomp- , , ,o„, 

son Ct :by Rev. Mr. Dow. Pheni.x of March 2, 1805 

CROWELL Sally and Jeremiah Williams, both 

of Walpole, at Pawtucket, by Rav. Dr. 

Benedict. Phenix of Dec. 26, 1818 

Zilpha and Peleg Coffin, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, J^"' 24- 

CROWNINGSHIELD Alfred and Mary H. 

Walter, at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Ben- ^^^.^ ^^ ^^^^ 

lacob;\sq., U. S. Navy, and Harriet Wal- 
lach. daughter of Moses, at Boston. Pa- ^^^ ^^ 

triot of , , ■' 

CRUFF Thomas, Jr., of Coventry, and tlizabetn 
LeValley, daughter of Thomas, of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr Stone, July i, ii^29 

CRUMB Arnold, Jr., of Stonington, and Lucinda 

Lamphear, of Westerly, at New London, ^^^^ 

Ct. Patriot of J ' ^' 

CRUMP William Gabriel and Lydia Bosworth, 

at Bristol. Patriot of Nov.17, i»2i 

William G., of Pawtucket, and Abbie Ann 

Fry, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

Gano, , ^ A 

CRYDER John, of Philadelphia, merchant, and 

Mary W. Wetmore, daughter of Samuel, ot 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 7. i»30 

CUDWORTH Lucy, of Attleboro Mass , and 

Benjamin Paine, eldest son of Col. William, 

of Johnston, by Rev. Elisha Sprague. ^^^ ^^^^ 

Pheni.\ of t- . 

Joseph and Sally S. Hathaway, at Freetown. 

Patriot of , , r j .^ 

Jesse and Jane McAnarney, both of and at 
•^ Seekonk Patriot of , , ^ , , °'''- ^ ' ^ 

Rhoda and Joseph Smith both of and at 

P.iwtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, J^'ly U' '^^Z 

CULVERSON William and Orra Maria Puller, 

both of and at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. ^^^ ^^^^ 

Tobey, ,,. • r- ^4.„ 

CUMMINGS James C, of the Missouri Gazette. 

,„d Mrs. Bates, at St. Louis. Mo. ^^^^ 

Patriot of „ „ ^ i 

CUMARE Nancy and Ebenezer Ball, at Concord, ^^ ^^^^ 

N H. Phenix of ' ' 

CUNDALL Abby and Abraham Churchill, at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. Phenix of April 10. i»i3 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



225 



CUNNINGHAM Thomas and Nancy Haskell, 

at Glocester. Patriot of ' Oct. lo, 1829 

Thomas and Nancy Haskell, at Glocester. 

Patriot of Oct, 10, 1829 

CURIAN Susan P., youngest daughter of Capt. 
George, of Attleboro, Mass., and Nathaniel 
Wilbur, at Warwick, Sept. i, 181 1 

CURRIEN Mrs. Marietta, of Warwick, and 
Stephen Branch, of Providence, at War- 
wick, Jan. 8, 1826 
CURTIS Rev. David, of Warwick, and Rhoda 
Keech, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. Phenix of July 14, 1810 

Jared, formerly of Dudley, Mass., and Han- 
nah C. Field, daughter of late John, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 17, 1816 

Thaddeus, of l?ellingham, and Vienna Dar- 
ling, of Providence, at Ikllingham, Mass., June 4, 1818 

Sarah W., of New York, and Thomas Addi- 
son, of Providence, at New York, by Rev. 
Dr. Miner, May 11, 1819 

Moses and Mary Potter, both of Providence, 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, March 23, 1820 

Benjamin C. and Sarah Earle, youngest 
daughter of late Capt. John, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Oct. 25, 1S20 

George, Esq , cashier of the E.xchange Bank, 
and Mary Elizabeth Burrell, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Hon. James, Jr., both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 6, 1821 

Susan and Horatio Rogers, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1827 

Thaddeus and Rhoda Darling, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 29, 1827 

Samuel, Junior Elditor of the Columbian Re- 
publican, and Sarah Maria Maston, at 
Kingston, N. Y. Patriot of Nov. 25, 1829 

Harriet and John Halsey, Jr., both of and at 
New York, by Rev. Mr. Cartee. Patriot 
of May 5, 1830 

Benjamin, of New York, and Rebecca T. 
Edwards, eldest daughter of Col. William, 
of Greene Co.. N. Y., at Paris, France, at 
the Hotel of the American Ambassador, 
by Rev. Henry H. Lascombe, \'ice Chaplain 
to the British Embassy, Sept. 2, (830 

CURRIE Maria, daughter of late James, and 
William Arnold, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes. Patriot of March 6, 18 19 



226 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CURRIE Christiana, daughter of Daniel, and 

Georg eE. Coggeshall, of New Bedford, 

at Tiverton. Patriot of Nov. 15, 1826 

Emma Jane, daughter of John, of London, 

merchant, and Alexander Vache, M. D., at 

New York, by Rev. Mr. Upfold. Patriot 

of May I, 1830 

CURRY Aaron B., of New York, and Dorcas 

Greene, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 9, 1829 
CUSH ING Charles and Sally Bliss, at Rehoboth. 

Phenix of May 21, 1803 

Henry, of Providence, and Ednah Jevvett, of 

and at Rowley, Mass. Phenix of June 2, 1804 

Lieut. Joseph and Sybel Amsbury, eldest 

daughter of Abraham, at Rehoboth. Phe- 
nix of Oct. 8, 1808 
Joshua, printer, and Ann Avery, daughter-in- 
law of John Jackson, at Boston. Phenix 

of Jan. 7, 1809 

Daniel C. and Susan Jarvis, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Williams, Feb. 16, 1809 

Hannah and Samuel Walker, at Rehoboth, 

by Rev, Mr. Hill. Phenix of Sept. 22, 1810 

Caleb and Aritty Martin, eldest daughter of 

Valentine, Esq., both of and at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Hill, Jan. 22, 1815 

Mary, daughter of Charles, and Abraham 

Ormsbee, Jr., both of and at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Pitman, April 13, 1817 

Charles C. and Betsey Martin, youngest 

daughter of Valentine, Esq., at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Jan. 18, 1818 

Henry and Harriet Philbrook, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 23, 1819 

Major Charles, of Portsmouth, N. H., and 

Ruth Whiteridge, daughter of Dr. William, 

of and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham, May 29, 1820 

Charles C. and Mary Barney, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 11, 1821 

Sally and Willis Cooke, both of and at 

Smithfield. Patriot of Dec. 22, 1821 

Christopher C, of Seekonk, Mass., and Elea- 
nor Newman, youngest daughter of late 

Thomas, of and at Prince William Co., 

Va., Dec. 4, 1822 

Betsey and Elinas Cobb, both of and at See- 
konk. Patriot of April 5, 1823 
Mrs. Nancy and Rev. Preserved Pearce, 

both of and at Rehoboth, May 10, 1824 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 227 

GUSHING Jane J., daughter of Henry, and Ben- 
jamin F. Taylor, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Parkes, Sept. 21, 1824 

Galeb. Esq., and Garoline Elizabeth Wilde, 
daughter of I Ion. Samuel D., at Newbury- 
port. Patriot of Dec. 1,1824 

GUTTING William E., of Providence, and Eliz- 
abeth Stewart, daughter of William, of 
and. at Newport, by Rev. Mr, Tucker, Oct. 6, 1830 

GUSHMAN Joseph, 2nd, and Sally Thompson, 
daughter of Nathaniel, at Middleboro, 
Mass. Pheni.x of June 23, 1S04 

Appollas, Esq., attorney at law, of Plainfield, 
Mass., and Anna M. Barton, eldest daugh- 
ter of General William, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, June 21, 1809 

Gapt. Lemuel and Sophia George, at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Garrique, April ig, 1818 

Mary, only daughter of late Lieut. Jacob, and 
Harvey Ide, both of and at Attleboro, by 
Rev. Mr. Ferguson, June 10, 1822 

Bartholomew, of Attleboro, and Mary Met- 
calf, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, May 30, 18 19 

Rebecca, daughter of Samuel, of Attleboro, 
and Samuel Glarke, of Smithfield, at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, June 7, 1820 

Ann and Gapt. George Godfrey, both of and 

at Taunton. Patriot of May 22, 1822 

Sarah A. and John Gibson, both of and at 

Milford. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1827 

Gatharine, of VVoodstock, Gt., and George 
A. Ormsbee, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Seaman, July r, 1827 

CUSHNIE David, of Overdumsisiddling, in 

Dumfries, and the Lady ■ Auchter- 

fardle, at Dumfries, Scot. Pheni.x of March 30, iSii 

CUTLP2R David, 85, and E.xperience Graves, 29, 
eldest daughter of John, P3sq , at Killingly, 
Gt., by Rev. Mr. Atkins. Pheni.x of Sept. 20, 1806 

James, editor of Bostt)n Gazette, and Abi- 
gail Russell, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., 
editor of the Gentmel, at Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Lowell. Phenix of June 27, 1807 

Roxanna, daughter of Isaac, and Mansir 

Shippee, at P'oster. Phenix of Dec. 19, 1807 

Aaron and Mrs. Lucy F"enner, of Studbury, 
Mass., at Pawtucket, by Ephraim Miller, 
Esq., . ; Nov. 29, i8i8 



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228 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CUTLER Thomas, of Killingly, Ct., and Sarah 
Arnold, youngest daughter of William, 
Esq., of and at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 
Cooper, April 30, 1821 

Thomas, of Killingly, Ct., and Sarah Arnold, 
youngest daughter of William, Esq., of 
and at Glocester. Patriot of May 12, 182 1 

CUTTER Sarah, second daughter of Thomas, 

and M — Moulton, at Newport, April 26, 1813 

Frances Stephens and Charles Johnson, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 27, 1814 

Caroline and Edward Peterson, both of and 

at Newport, Dec. 15, 1822 

Mary Ann, daughter of Thomas, and Samuel 

Tuell, at Newport. Patriot of Dec. 28, 1822 

CUTTINGS Benjamin T., of Georgetown, D. C, 
and Eliza J. Spooner, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 20, 1827 



D 



DABB Sally, of Newport, and Jonathan Tait, of 

Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Place, Sept 9, 1806 

DABNEY Lucinda Eliza, of Providence, and 
Henry Munro, of New York, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 2, 1829 

Charles Henry and Ellen M. Jones, daugh- 
ter of Alexander, of Providence, at Brook- 
lyn, Ct., by Rev. Dr. Edson, April 27, 1830 
DAGGETT Preston, of Rehoboth, and Nancy 
Read, of Providence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill. Phenix of March i, 1806 

Nathan and Sally Bishop, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 24, 1807 

Eliza, daughter of Robert, and John Brown, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Aug. 15, 1808 

Robert and Eliza Brown, daughter of Elisha, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phe- 
nix of Nov. 5, 1808 

Gardiner, Esq., attorney at law, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Hitchcock, daughter of late Capt. 
Jonathan Donnison, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Messer, May 13, 181 

Clarissa, daughter of Capt. Elijah, of Attle- 
boro, and Bant Bransdon, of Boston, at 
Attleboro. Phenix of Nov. 17, 1810 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 229 

DAGGETT Miss Marietta, daughter of Capt. 

Elijah, of Attleboro, and Capt. Abraham 

Hayward, of Boston, at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Read, May 26, 1814 

Robert and Caroline Davenport, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 31, 1817 

Rosamond and Thomas C. Martin, at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, Jan. 4, 1818 
Keziah, daughter of Levi, of Seekonk, and 

Alfred Barnes, of Barrington, at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March i, 1818 

Mary and Charles C. Sutton, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1819 

Lydia M. and Capron Peck, both of and at 

Attleboro, June 21, 1824 

Chloe, of Attleboro, and Bartlett Carpenter, 

of Cumberland, at Attleboro, by Ebenezer 

Daggett, Esq., April 18, 1825 

Hannah D. and Jefferson Daggett, both of 

and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr'^ Pease, March 14, 1827 

Jefferson and Hannah D. Daggett, both of 

and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, March 14, 1827 

James G., of Rehoboth, and Angelina Macia 

Coster, of and at Providence, bv Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Patriot of ' April 21, 1827 

John, of Seekonk, and Hannah Barnes, 

daughter of late Samuel, at Barrington, by 

Rev. Mr. Rexford, July 22, 1827 

DALTON Sophia, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 

M. P., of Kingston, U. C, and William R. 

Bartlett, formerly of Providence, at Kings- 
ton, by the Venerable Arch Deacon, May 8, 1830 
DANA Richard H., Esq., of Cambridge, Mass., 

and Ruth C. Smith, second daughter of 

late John W., p:sq., of Taunton, Mass.. 

at St. John's Church, Providence, by Rev. 

Bishop Gribwold, May 9, 1813 

George and Mary Ann Gladding, eldest 

daughter of late Hail, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 25, 1816 
Mary, daughter of Peyton, and Henry West- 

cott, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Oct. 22, 1 818 

Nancy, daughter of late Jaykill, and George 

T. Burr, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 23, 1820 

Esther, daughter of Peyton, of Providence, 

and John Padelford, of Norfolk, Va., at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 12, 1821 



230 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DANA Deborah B., of North Providence, and 
Samuel Boyd, of Providence, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Nov. 28, 1822 

John W. and Fanny S. Burr, both of and at 

Providence. Patriot of Jan. i, 1823 

Sarah H., of Providence, and George Morse, 
of Worcester, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, Sept. 14, 1826 

Abby C, youngest daughter of Colvilie, of 
Providence, and Nelson B. Svveetland, of 
Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. To- 
bey, Nov. 9, 1826 

Alice S., daughter of Peyton, and Nathan 
Morse, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, March 22, 1827 

Edward and Mary Lockwood, daughter of 
Benoni, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Nov. 5, 1827 

Amelia, daughter of Peyton, of Providence, 
and Samuel W. Hartshorn, merchant, at 
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 21, 1828 

George and Carolme H . Capron, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Oct. 2, 1829 

Nathaniel C. and Ruth Studley, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of luly 21, 1830 
DANFORTH Mrs. Sarah and William Mc- 

Harry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of Nov. 10, 1804 

Susan and Chapin Norcross, both of Boston, 

at Providence. Pheni.x of Nov. 21, 1807 

Walter R., Esq., and Elizabeth Ann Carter, 
youngest daughter of John, Esq., at St. 
John's Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, June 12, 181 1 

Clarissa, the celebrated female preacher, and 
Danforth Richmond, of Ashford, at Spring- 
field, Vt. Patriot of Jan. 19, 1822 

Capt. Joseph and Susan Williams, daughter 

of Dr. Alfred, at Taunton. Patriot of Oct. 23, 1824 

Mary Ann, daughter of Job, Jr., and Edward 
Coddington, printer, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Eldes. June 26, 1826 

Catharine F., daughter of Ozias, of Provi- 
dence, and John Vaughan, of Newport, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 22, 1828 

George, of Taunton, editor of the Common- 
wealth's Advocate, and Rebecca Bright- 
man Southworth, daughter of late Ephraim, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 22, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 231 

DANIELS Amos and Mary Freeman, both of 

and at Mendon. Phenix of Dec. 12, 1807 

Daniel D. and Lucy Sherman, both of and at 

Providence. Phenix of Jan. 15, 1814 

Dan Aldrich, of Cumberland, and Elizabeth 

Mary Arnold, of Smithfield, at Pavvtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Blake, July i, 181 8 

Alanson S. and Mary Stebbins, both of and 

at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth Mary, youngest daughter of 

Luke Arnold, late of Smithfield, and Will- 
iam Arnold, of Cranston, at I-'awtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, April 9, 1826 

Susan P. and Saul B. Scott, both of Mendon, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 9, 1826 

Dan A., Esq., and Content Wilbur, both of 

Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., June 24, 1827 

DARKIN Mr. — and Miss Ray ; in 

England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 

DARLING Zelie, of Sutton, Mass, and Sarah 

A. Humphrey, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Sias, Sept. 12, 18 17 

Vienna, of Providence, and Thaddeus Curtis, 

of and at Bellingham, Mass., June 4, 1S18 

Nancy, daughter of Samuel, of Bellingham, 

and Elisha Capron, of Cumberland, at 

Bellingham, by Rev. Mr. P'isher, Dec. 29, 1818 

Olive and Jeremiah Scott, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 28, 1818 

Nancy, daughter of Darius, aud Daniel Wil- 
cox, both of and at Cumberland. Patriot 

of April 22, 1820 

Amelia, daughter of Capt. F;iiiah,and Jerauld 

O. Wilcox, both of and at Cumberland, by 

Nathan Arnold, Esq., Aug. 31, 1820 

Sarah T., daughter of Ziba, and Leonidas 

Whipple, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 25, 1821 

Socrates, of Leydon, and Juliann Woodward, 

daughter of late John, of Seekonk, at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, July 13, 1823 

Welcome B. and Zerviah L. Olney, daughter 

of William, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Sept. 18, 1823 

Elizabeth C., of Bristol, and William H. 

Meigs, of Hartford, Ct., at Bristol. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 5, 1825 
Lucy and Amos Arnold, both of Cumber- 
land, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Sept. 16, 1827 



232 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DARLING Rhoda and Thaddeus Curtis, both 
of and atFrovidence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Oct. 29, 1827 

Lydia and Edward Gladding, both of and at 

Hristol, by Rev. Mr. Honney, Sept. 28, 1829 

Phebe and Hamilton T. Jillson, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, Esq , May 3, 1830 

Amey and Horace T. Jillson, both of Cum- 
berland, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 
Esq., Oct. 3, 1830 

DARUSMONT Madame and Francis 

Wright. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1832 

DUVANT Geylock and Charles Moore, Esq., 

63, in Caswell Co., N. C. Phenix of Oct. 28, 1809 

DAVENPORT Dr. Addington and Eliza N. 

Kennedy, at Pawtucket. Pheni.x of May 2, 1807 

Eliza and William Tompkins, at Tiverton, by 

Rev. Mr. Peckham, Jan. 28, 1810 

Mary, daughter of late Gideon, and William 
Barber, one of the publishers of the New- 
port Mercury, both of and at Newport, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug, 4, 181 1 

Gideon and Susan Bradford, daughter of 
George, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, April 3, 18 14 

Caroline and Robert Daggett, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 31, 181 7 

Eliza N. and Dr. Artemus Johnson, both of 
and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Pa- 
triot of June IS, 1820 

Susan, 18, daughter of Henry, and John 
Beazeley, 72, both of Prince Edward's Co,, 
at Richmond, Va., by Rev. Philip Mat- 
thews, Dec. 24, 1S20 

Lydia W., ninth daughter of Charles, and 
Joseph W. Marsh, both of and at Newport. 
Patriot of April 14, 1821 

Maria P. and Michael G. C. Bates, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 20, 1822 

Charles E. and Mrs. Phebe Clarke, at New- 
port. Patriot of Dec. 28, 1822 

Mary Ann, of Tiverton, and lienjamin 
Shaw, of Little Compton, at Tiverton. 
Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

Ca]3t. Philip and Sophia W. Bradford, at Prov 

idence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 15, 1825 

David, of Providence, and Adelia E. F. Al- 
drich, daughter of Jabez, of and at Men- 
don, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, June 25, 1826 



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PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 233 



DAVENPORT Mrs. Sophia W., of Providence, 
and Artemas H. Hasvvell, of Minor, N. Y., 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 5, 

William C. and Ann Eliza Spooner, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 18, 

William W. and Mary Sumner, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, J. P. Patriot of Nov. 1, 

DAVIDSON John S. and Rebecca M. Hrown, 
daughter of late Capt. John, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, March 6, 

DA VIES Frances and Whipple Jenckes, at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Batchellor. Phe- 
ni.x of June 3, 

DAVIS Sally, eldest daughter of John, Esq., 
and Capt. William C. Jenckes, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Aug. 7, 

Anstress, eldest daughter of Capt. Robert, 
and Capt. Eleazer Elderkin, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 27, 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Robert, of Provi- 
dence, and Capt. Henry Eldredge, of 
Brooklyn, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 27, 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. John, of Warren, 
and Joseph Bullock, of Ivehoboth, at War- 
ren. Pheni.x of 

John and Mrs. Hannah Durfee, b(jth of Prov- 
idence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Samuel and Elizabeth Briggs, of Wellington, 
Mass., at Rehoboth, 

Abby, daughter uf John, Esq., and Abraham 
Stillwell, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Pheni.x of 

John G. and Eliza Whiting, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Harriet and Peleg Burroughs, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah C, of Somerset, Mass., and Nathan 
Lewin, of .Swanzey. at Somerset, 

Lydia, daughter of Joseph, of Gloscester, 
and Anthony Bovven, of a;id at Killingly, 
Ct, April 21, 

George B., of Providence, and Silence Smith, 
of North Providence, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 25, 

Emma, of Newton, Mass., and Seth Sumner, 

of Boston, at Providence. Phenix of Sept. 21, 

Robert and Abby DeWolf, youngest daugh- 
ter of William, Esq., at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight. Phenix of Nov. 30, 



Dec. 3, 


808 


May 23, 


809 


Oct, 9, 


814 


Sept. 23, 


815 


Oct. 23, 


815 


Jan. 9, 


S16 


March 7, 


816 



828 

830 
830 

828 

815 

806 
S08 



816 

816 
SI6 

SI6 



934 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DAVIS Sanford and Delane Smith, both of and ^ 

at Glocester, , , r i .. J ■ ' 

Elvira and Joseph Norton, both of and at 

Rehoboth, by Elder Pearce Ma) i8. i»i7 

Sturges, of Providence, and Lydia Angell, 
daughter of Col. John, of and at Smith- 
field" by Rev. Mr. Edes, J""^ '^' '«'7 

Amey, daughter of James, formerly of Prov- 
idence, and Seth Sumner, of Maine, at ^^ 
Watertown, Mass., „ , , r j ^ 
Samuel and Phebe Angell both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 14, 

Samuel and Mrs. Eliza Moore, daughter of 

Gould Anthony, both of and at Newport. ^^^ ^^^^ 

Patriot of ,. , , c j &• -" 

Sarah A. and George Buckhn both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. i, loiy 

Sarah B., daughter of late Capt. Robert, and 
Thomas L. Crapon, both of and at I rovi- 
dence, by Rev, Mr. Wilson, ^^o^- '' ^ 

■ John and Mary F. Phelps, daughter of Henry, 

Esq , at Glocester, Mass. Patriot of Nov. 3. loiy 

Mrs. Silence, ot Providence, and Joseph New- 

ell of Burrillville, at Providence, ^^^^y i. lo^u 

Capt. Samuel, of Portland, and Lucy Ann 

Walker, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. ^^^ ^^^^ 

Pitman, , , , u* „f 

Pardon and Olive Reynolds, daughter of 

late Amon, of Newport, at Hopkinton. 

Patriot of , , r j f 

Mary and Freeman Drake, both of and at ^^^ ^^^^ 

Providence, , , r c- 1 r-^ 

Henrietta and David Fogg, both of Salem Co.. 
N. J., at Petersburg, by Zaccheas Kay, 

GeS'e K. and Emily Gonsolve, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Joseph, both of and at Provi- 

SimTo"'Esq , and Harriet Ketcham. of New 

York, at Thompson, Ct. Patriot of June ly, 

Joseph and Henrietta Eddy, at Providence 

Patriot of „ • • ^r.A 

Harriet, daughter of late Benjamin, and 

William Coleman, at Somerset ^ept. y, 

John W., Jr., and Sarah Ann Coddmgton, ^^^^ 

both of and at Newport, 
John W., 3d, and Harriet Lyon, daughter of 

loseph, at Newport. Patriot of ino . , 

Abbey, daughter of Capt. Jonathan and 

John Bordey, at Somerset. Patriot of Uct. 25. lo^j 



Sept. 6, 1820 
Aug. 22, 1821 

Sept. 15, 1 82 1 

April 7, 1822 
June ly, 1822 
Aug. 17. 1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



DAVIS Henry G. and Susan Marshall, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 
Patriot of Oct. 25 

George and Comfort Greene, daughter of 
James, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 
Tillinghast. Patriot of Dec. 24, 

Joseph, of PVeston, Ct., and Waitey G. Cran- 
dall, daughter of Robert, Esq., of and at 
E.xeter. Patriot of April 3, 

Hannah S., daughter of Ezra, of North 
Kingstown, and Oliver Johnson, of Cen- 
treviile, at former place, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Sept. 5, 

Capt. John, of East Greenwich, and Eunice 
Hammond Shaw, daughter of late Stephen, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Lud- 
low, 

Daniel B., of Newport, and Susan C. Ward, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

Elizabeth B. and William Sabin, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Robert and Lydia VV. Dyer, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Nathan and Clarissa Bowen, both of and at 
Fall River, by John C. Borden, Esq., 

John, 2d, and Cynthia Rounds, both of and 
at Rehoboth, by Lemuel Morse, Ksq., 

Charlotte, of Rehoboth, and Josiah Martin, 
of Barrington, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pease, 

Eliza and William Garim, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Phebe, daughter of John W.and William O. 
Mumford, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 

Olive and Jonathan P. Gladding, both of and 
at Bristo., by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

William P. and Mary Wheeler, both of and at 
Providence, 

Betsey Ann and Joseph Bennett, Jr., both of 
Cumberland, at Central Falls. Patriot of 

Mrs. Lucina and John Cooley, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Susan and Heighton Read, both of and at 
Fall River, by Benjamin Anthony, Esq., 

Eliza, daughter of John W., and Robert P. 
Lee, both of Newport, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Stoddard. Patriot of 

Daniel and Lydia P. Gorton, at Warwick, 

Choice and Leonard Nickerson, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DAVIS Mary A., daughter of Major John, of 

Woodstock, Ct , and Capt. Horace Gay- 
lord. ofAshford, at Woodstock, by Rev. 

R. S. Crampton, May 12, 1S28 

James C. and Mary Peck, eldest daughter of 

Cromwell, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 1828 

John W. and Fanny Chace, at Fall River. 

Patriot of Nov. 19, 1828 

William and Elizabeth Albro, daughter of 

Stephen, both of and at South Kingstown, 

by Rev. Mr. Crandall, Nov. 23, 1828 

Asa W. and Mary T. Holmes, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 25, 1828 

Sally and Otis Phetteplace, by Samuel Mann, 

Esq., Jan. 4, 1S29 

John J. and Mary Lindsey, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Ross, July 19, 1829 

Perry, of Providence, and Emily Hart, of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Nov. 9, 1829 

Serena and George Tappan, at Newbury- 

port. Patriot of Nov. 21, 1829 

Charles, Jr., of Boston, and Eliza S. Dorr, 

daughter of Jonathan, of and at Roxbury, 

by Rev. Dr. Potter, Nov. 24, 1829 

Capt. Edward and Hannah Eustice, at Salem, 

Mass. Patriot of Feb. 27, 1830 

Mary J. and Samuel W. Anthony, at Provi- 
dence. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1832 
DAVISON Rachal and Nathan Hall, both of 

and at Attleboro, by Hon. David Perry, Nov. 5, 1815 

DAVOL Dea. Stephen and Clarissa S. Corn- 
well, both of and at Warren. Patriot of Jan. 14, 1824 
Benjamin D. and Almira Warren, daughter 

of Joseph, at Fall River. Patriot of March 3, 1827 

DAVOLL Joseph B., of Taunton, formerly of 

Warren, and Mary Little Saunders, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. Daniel, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Welsh, March 23, 1828 

DAWES Dr. Ebenezer and Mrs. Sarah W. 

Shepard, daughter of late Daniel Cooke, of 

Providence, both of Taunton, at Wren- 

tham. Patriot of March 13, .1822 

DAWLESS Rosamond and John G. Hopkins, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Messer, Oct. 15, 1820 

George and Julia Ann Card, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 18, 1827 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



237 



DAWLEY Benjamin, of South Kingstown, and 

Rebecca Potter, of and at Scituate, by Rev. 

Mr. Westcott. Phenix of Nov. 12, 1814 

William W. and Harriet J. Pullen, daughter 

of William, at Newport, Sept. i, 1820 

William and LoiiLsa Tallman, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 12, 1820 

Royal V. and Mary Ann P. Knowles, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, June 11, 1823 
Paul W. and Sarah May, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 26, 1825 
Augustus S. and Mary Hall, at Slatersville. 

Patriot of July 16, 1825 

Prudence and Jesse Carroll, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Job Jenckes, Esq., Sept. 13, 1826 

Benjamin R. and Susan B. Hliven, 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 

Mary L , of Providence, and George Horton, 

of New Jersey, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Church, July 20, 1829 

DAWSON Miss , 18, and Mr. 

Clegg, 88. She had a fortune of £40,000, 

at Gretna Green, Scot. Patriot of June 15, 1822 

DAY Julia and Robert C. Gardiner, Esq., of 

South Kingstown, at Catskill, N. Y. Phe- 

ni.x of April 14, 1804 

Israel, Jr., of Providence, and Maria Perkins, 

of and at Ashford, Ct. Pheni.x of July i, 1809 

Lucina, of Killingly, Ct., and Perez Parks, of 

Canterbury, Ct., at Killingly. Pheni.x of March 31, 1810 
Sophia, daughter of Joel, Esq., and Remem- 
ber Cole, at Killingly, Ct. Pheni.x of Nov. 12, 18 14 
John and Thankful Waterman, both of and 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, March 23, 1817 

Polly, daughter of David, of Killingly, Ct., 

and Erastus Collins, of North Providence, 

at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Whitman. Phe- 
nix of April 12, 1817 
Israel H. and Eliza Turner, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Preston, June 28, 1821 

Ebenezer S. and Mrs. Ann Wheelock, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Dec. 29, 1822 

Abigail and William Pope, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. White, Jan. i, 1824 



238 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DAY Mary, daughter of Ebenezer S., and Col. 

Abraham S. Gladding, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 8, 1825 

Mary Ann and Horace T. Tiffany, at St. 

Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Taft. Patriot of May 21, 1825 

Lavina, daughter of Dr. S., and P'rancis Dana 

Nevvcomb, U. S. Army, at Sacketts Har- 
bor, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1825 
Julia, of Pawtucket, and Lyman Brown, of 

Jewett City, Ct., at I^awtucket, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict, • ' Oct. 11, 1826 

Moses and Harriet Harris, at Portland. Pa- 
triot of April 28, 1830 
DAYTON Catherine Taylor, daughter of Capt. 

Benedict, of Newport, and Allen Jordan, 

of Hudson, N. Y., at Newport, by Rev. 

Dr. Patten. Patriot of Nov.' 3, 1827 

DEAN Thomas, printer, and Nancy H. Grubb, 

at Boston. Pheni.x of June 22, 1802 

Temperance, fourth daughter of Hon. Josiah, 

and Daniel Gilbert, Esq , of Mansfield, at 

Raynham, by Rev. Dr. Forbes. Pheni.x of Nov. 2, 1802 

Amey antl Col. Caleb Williams, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 20, 1804 

Josiah, Jr., Esq., of Raynham, and Caroline 

Waldo, daughter of Calvin, Esq., at Dal- 

ton, Mass. Phenix of Jan. 2, 1808 

Hannah, of Taunton, and Aras Hathaway, of 

Raynham, at Taunton. Phenix of June 10, 1809 

Silas and Elizabeth Cahoone, daughter of 

James, at Newport. Phenix of Jan. 6, 1810 

Betsey C. and Marshall Sumner, both of and 

at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Colburn. Phenix 

of Nov. 3, 1810 

Richard C. and Nabby Sumner, daughter of 

Deacon Jeremiah, at Taunton, by Rev. 

Mr. Pipon. Phenix of May 4, i8u 

William, of Salem, and Lydia Rotch, daugh- 
ter of William, at New Bedford. Phenix 

of Oct. 5, iSii 

James and Hannah Shaw, daughter of Capt. 

John, at Taunton. Phenix of Oct. 17, 1812 

Mrs. Hannah and Charles Godfrey, both of 

Taunton, Mass.. at Providence, Dec. i, 1815 

Mary, daughter of I'hilip, Esq., and Apollas 

Padelford, at Taunton. Phenix of May 2, 1818 

Clarke, of Plxeter, N. H., and Cordelia Alger, 

of Providence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Chessman, Oct. 28, 1818 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 239 

DEAN Sarah Ann C. and Capt. William Potter, 
Jr., both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Aug. 19, 1819 

Penelope and James W. Hart, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Alvan Cobb. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1821 

Maria D. and P2zra F. Holmes, at Taunton, 

Mass. Patriot of July 7, 1821 

Charlotte and Seth Leonard, both of Bridg- 
water, at Middleboro. Patriot of Dec. 15, 182 1 

Esther and Gurdon Perkins Brown, both of 

and at Plainfield, Ct., by Rev. Orrin Fowler, June 16, 1822 

David and Mary Ann Corp, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 9, 1822 

Elizabeth, daughter of Elias, and William 

Starrs, at Plauifield, Ct., F"eb. 26, 1823 

Philander W. and Mary Ann A. Carver, both 

of and at Taunton. Patriot of April 26, 1823 

Leander, of Raynham, and Mary Lawrence, 

of and at Taunton. Patriot of Aug. 30, 1823 

Elkanah, of James L., of Bethal, and Naomie 

Goulett, Indian, by liaylies, Esq., at 

Randolph, Vt., Sept. 10, 1823 

Ann VV., daughter of the late Silas, Esq., and 

Joshua Sayer, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. i, 1823 

Gilbert and Relief S. Dean, at Taunton. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 22, 1823 

Relief S. and Gilbert Dean, at Taunton. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 22, 1823 

Ruth G., of Taunton, and Solomon Farnum, 

of Conway, Vt., at Taunton. Patriot of Nov. 22, 1S23 

Caroline, of Raynham, and Nathaniel H. 
Williams, of Taunton, at Raynham. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 17, 1823 

Mrs. F"anny and Luther Lyon, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, May 30, 1824 

Ebenezerand Mrs. Lydia Elliott, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Dec. 11, 1824 

Alfred and Mary Ann Grossman, at Taunton. 

Patriot of May 4, 1825 

Caroline M. and Capt. Henry L. Burr, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, May 19, 1825 

Seth H. and Eliza P. Tompkins, daughter of 

John, at Newport. Patriot of June 18, 1825 

Rhobey and David Arnold, at Taunton. Pa- 
triot of July 2, 1825 

Clarrissa and Asa Stacey, at Taunton, by 

Rev. Alvin Cobb, Oct. 2, 1825 

Paddock and Sally Almy Vickery, at Taun- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Oct. 4, 1825 

Dorrance and Sophia Whitaker, both of 

Attleboro, at Wrentham, Nov. 9, 1825 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DEAN Serena and Henry Wilbour, at Taunton, Jan. i, 1826 

Aaron and Nancy M. Austin, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Mr. Cobb, March 16, 1826 

Bradford and Narcissa Lincoln, both of and 

at Taunton. Patriot of April 8, 1826 

lilias, of Plainfield, Ct., and Amey G. 

Branch, of Cranston, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 29, 1826 

Jesse and Mary Pratt, daughter of Job, of 

Middleboro, at Taunton, June 4, 1826 

Leonard, Jr., and Relief Smith, at Taunton. 

Patriot of June 16, 1821 

Paulina S., of Plainfield, and Daniel Burgess, 

of Hartford, at Plainfield, by Rev. Orin 

Fowler. Patriot of March 21, 1827 

Mrs. Lydia, of Taunton, and Samuel Wilde, 

at Rehoboth, by Lemuel Marse, Esq., July 26, 1827 

Christopher C, of Taunton, and Martha W. 

Peck, daughter of late George W., Esq., at 

Rehoboth. Patriot of P"eb. 23, 1828 

Christopher C, of Taunton, and Martha W. 

Peck, at Rehoboth. Patriot of March i, 1828 

Cordelia, of Providence, and John T. Burn- 
ham, of Exeter. N. H., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1828 

Caroline, of Providence, and John T. Burn- 
ham, of E.xeter, N. H., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1828 

Dorcas, daughter of Henry R., and Dr. 

Josiah W. l^obinson, at Providence, April 29, 1829 

Elizabeth and Joseph Warren Taylor, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 20, 183 1 

DEARBORN Major General and Mrs. 

Sarah Bovvdoin, widow of the late Governor 

Bowdoin, at Boston, Nov. 11, 1813 

Benjamin and Mrs. Hannah P'reeman, at 

Boston. Patriot of Feb. 24, 1830 

DE ARCY Francis Godophin, Marquis of Caer- 

marthen, (son of the Duke of Leeds and 

heir apparent) and Lady Harvey, daughter 

of Richard Caton, of Baltimore, and grand 

daughter of Charles Carroll, of CarroUton, 

in England. Patriot of June 7, 1828 

DEARTH Henry B., of Scituate, and Abby 

Taylor, daughter of late William, of Provi- 
dence, at Brooklyn, L. L, June 23, 1832 
DEATH Charlotte and James Alexander Brown, 

by His Honor the Mayor of Boston. Patriot 

of Oct. 27, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 241 

DEBLOISE Mrs. Betsey, of Johnston, and Capt. 
Stephen Ohiey, of North Providence, at 
Johnston. Patriot of Feb. 13, 1822 

DE BRESSON Charles, Secretary of Legation 
of France, and Catharine Livingston 
Thompson, daughter of Hon. Smith, Sec- 
retary of the Navv, at Washington City, Jan. 23, 1823 

DECATUR Capt. Stephen, Jr., U. S. Navy, and 
Susan Wheeler, at Norfolk, Va. Phenix 
of March 29, 1806 

DE FORREST Sarah M., daughter of Miles, 
Esq., of Lemmington, Vt.. and John A. 
Smith, of Bristol, R. L, at Lemmington, Vt. 
Patriot of May 17. 1823 

DEGEN Matilda A. T., of 15ost..n, and Rev. 
James H. Tyng, pastor of St. Paul's 
Church, Hopkinton, Mas.s., at St. Paul's 
Church, Boston. Patriot of Jan. 20, 1830 

DELANO Esther F., daughter of late Capt. Jo- 
seph, and Samuel Hall, printer, at Boston. 
Pheni.x of Dec. 12, 1807 

Thomas, of New Ik'dford, and Avis C. Till- 
inghast, daughter of late William, of and 
at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1824 

James, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Louisa Jewitt, 
eldest daughter of Nathaniel J., at Charles- 
town, RLass. Patriot of May 8, 1830 

DELANY Ann, daughter of Daniel, Esq.. of 
Alexandria, and Capt. Thomas Tmgley, 
Commandant of the Navy Yard, Wash- 
ington, at New York. Phenix of Dec. 26, 1812 

DELARNE Joseph and Mary Snow, daughter 
of William, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, April 16, 1S07 

DE MALTITZ Francis, Baron, First Secretary 
of Russian Legation, at Washington, and 
Mary Lee, daughter of William, Second 
Auditor of the Treasury, at Washington, 
D. C. Patriot of June 15, 1825 

DEMILLE Anthony and Amey Ivussell, daugh- 
ter of John, ot Providence, at Kingston, 
N. C. Phenix of Jan. 12, 181 1 

Mrs. Amey, daughter of late John Russell, 
of Providence, and George Smith, at 
Kingston, N. C. Phenix of July 20, 1S14 

DEMING Elizabeth, of New York, and Francis 
Baylies, Representative in Congress, of 
Taunton, Mass., at Nassua, N. Y., June 23, 1S22 

Celia, daughter of Capt. Morris, of Provi- 
dence, and Peter Fort, of Hartford, Ct., at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 1S25 



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DEMING Clarissa Ann and John Moseley, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April i8, 1830 

DENHAM Alice G., daughter of Daniel, and 

John C. Clarke, both of and at Newport, 

by Rev Mr. Webb, May 21, 1820 

Daniel C. and Sarah L. Sherman, daughter 

of Capt. William, at Newport. Patriot of May 12, 1824 

Charles C. and Elizabeth Taylor, both of 

Warwick, at Crompton Mills, bv Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Patriot of " Oct. 29, 1828 

DENISE Capt. Joseph L., of Providence, and 

Mary Smith, of Cranston, at former place, 

by Rev. Mr. Kent, July 23, 1827 

DENISON Louisa J., sister of Mrs. Com. 

Rogers, and Capt. Alexander S. Wads- 
worth, U. S. Navy, at Washington City. 

Patriot of Nov. 20, 1824 

Charles W., editor of the Stonington Phenix, 

and Mary Palmer,' at Stonington, by Rev. 

J Whittlesey, May 18, 1831 

DENNIS Abby and Horatio S. Dexter, both of 

Newport, at Bristol, Nov. 26, 1807 

Robert and Mary Lawton, daughter of late 

Capt. John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. 

Phenix of Nov. 3, 1810 

Eliza, daughter of William, Esq., and Free- 
born Coggeshall, both of and at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Webb, Sept. 29, 1811 

David and Eliza Gifford, daughter of Jere- 
miah, both of Portsmouth, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Eddy. Parriot of March 24. 1819 

Darius and Mary Goddard, daughter of late 

Stephen, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 20, 182 1 

Mary, daughter of Jonathan, of Newport, 

and Welcome Congdon, of Providence, at 

Newport, at Friends' Meeting House, Dec. 11, 1823 

Eunice and Melvin Wilbur, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Feb. 15, 1824 

Elizabeth and Emory Johnson, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 28, 1825 

James W. and Sarah A. Tuell, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 9, 1827 

John B., of Providence, and Hope Ann 

Rhodes, of Pawtuxet, at former place, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, Oct. 22, 1827 

Charlotte, of Providence, and Otis Bliss, of 

Rehoboth, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, March 30, 1828 
James, of Scituate, and Hannah Jackson, 

daughter of Hon. Richard, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Providence, Sept. 11, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 243 

DENNIS Nathan and Patience S. Cooke, at 

Portsmouth. Patriot of Nov. 19, 182S 

Anna, eldest daughter of Jonathan, of Ports- 
mouth, and Paul Wing, of Sandwich, 
Mass., at Portsmouth, at the P'riends' 
Meeting House, Sept. 9, 1S29 

DeORAMBP:RG Madamolselle and Prince Pie, 
18, son of Duke William, of I^avaria, at 
Brussells. Pheni.x of Aug. i, 1807 

DESDAMONIA Dmgee Black, of New York, 
and Othello Moore Grayman, of York- 
shire, Eng., at New York. Phenix of Dec. 5, F807 

DESHON Daniel, of New London, and Fanny 
Thurston, daughter of Gen. George, at 
Hopkinton, by Rev. Mr. Stillman, July 22, 1826 

DESPER John, 21, and Rachal Ball, 39. after a 
week's courtship, at Milford, Mass. Phenix 
of Aug. I, 1807 

DeVARNP2Y , 67, ,iiid widow Susan 

P2mory, 16, at New ( )rleans. Patriot of Dec. 11, 1824 

DEVEILLE Peter and Rebecca Battey, at Prov- 
idence. Phenix of April 14, 1S04 

DEVOLL Royal and Betsey Rand, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev Mr. Phillips. Pa- 
triot of July 17, 1830 

DeWALEVVSKI M , formerly Colonel in 

Imperial Army of P'rance, and Ann F. 

Ilumohreys, of and at Boston. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1830 

DEWBERRY Mary and John Kyer, at Win- 
chester, N. Y. They parted the next day. 
Patriot of Oct. 30, 18 19 

DEWFZY Susan and Capt. Jonathan Sprague, 
formerly of Providence, at Cooperstown, 
N. Y. Phenix of Feb. 9, 181 1 

DEWHERST John and Abigail Hutchins, both 
of and at Providence, by William B. Mar- 
tin, P:sq., Dec. 4, 1822 

DEWITT Gustavus A. and Eliza Searle Atwell, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Aug. 25, 1829 

DeWITT William T.. of Society Mill, S. C, and 
Elizabeth Mosher, daughter of late Capt. 
Abner, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. White. Pa- 
triot Sept. 18, 1830 

DeWOLFE John, Jr., and Betsey James, 
adopted daughter of Charles DeWolfe, 
FZsq., at Bristol. Phenix of Dec. 13, 1S06 

John, of Bristol, and Mary Melville, daugh- 
ter of Thomas M., Esq., at Boston. Phe- 
nix of Oct. 29, 1808 



^44 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DeWOLFE Henry, of Bristol, and Ann Eliza, 

Marston of and at Boston. Phenix of Nov. 5, 1808 

Eliza, daughter of Charles, of Bristol, and 
William Vernon, merchant, of New York, 
at Bristol, by Rev. Bi.shop Grisvvold, Dec. 27, 1813 

Mary Ann, daughter of James, of Bristol, 
and Raymond H. J. Perry, Esq., U. S. 
Navy, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. White. 
Phenix of May 21, 181 4 

James, Jr., of Bristol, and Julia L. Post, of 
and at New York, by Rev. Dr. Romeyn. 
Phenix of May 20, 181 5 

Lucia Emilia, daughter of Charles, Esq., of 
Bristol, and Dr. Pardon Brownell, at Provi- 
dence, Dec. I, 1815 

Abby. youngest daughter of William, Esq., 
and Robert Davis, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight. Phenix of Nov. 30, 181 6 

Mary, daughter of Levi, Esq., of Bristol, 
R. I , and Samuel Allen, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at Pittsburgh, Penn. Phenix of Dec. 12, 181 8 

John, Jr., and Sylvia Griswold, daughter of 
the Bishop who married them, at St. Mi- 
chael's Church, Bristol, May 3, 1819 

Francis L. B., of Bristol, and Eleanor Post, 
of and at New York, by Rev. Dr. Ro- 
meyn, March 9, 1820 

Marke Anthony, of Bristol, and Catherine 
Virginia Chappatin, 3d daughter of Leon, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
at St. John's Church, Oct. 10, 1821 

Harriet, daughter of Hon. James, and Jona- 
than Prescott Hall, Esq , of Pomfret, Ct., 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, ^ Oct. 11, 1822 

Catharine H., daughter of Hon. James, U. S. 
Senator from R. L, and Joshua Dodge, 
Consul for U. S. to Marseilles, at Mt. 
Hope, Bristol, Oct. 5, 1823 

William Henry, of Bristol, R. L, and Sarah 
Ann Rogers, daughter of Rev. Dr. Rogers, 
who married them, at Philadelphia, Dec. 18, 1823 

Nancy B., daughter of Hon. James, and 
Fitzhugh Homer, of Boston, at Park Hill, 
Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, April 29, 1828 

John, of Bri.stoI, and Annette Halsey Win- 
throp, of Boston, at Bristol, at St. Michael's 
Church, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, May 26, 1829 

Abby Bradford, daughter of Charles, and 
Nicholas G. Boss, at Trinity Church, New- 
port, Sept. 30, 1829 



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DeVVOLI*"E This was erroneously inserted on 
Saturday [Oct. 3] last. 

Mary H., daughter of Charles, and Nicholas 

G. Boss, at Newport, at Trinity Church, Sept. 30, 1829 

Sarah, daughter of Levi, of Bristol, and 
George VVilkinson, of Pawtucket, at Bris- 
tol, Dec. 31, 1829 

George, Jr., and Mary Smith, daughter of 
Capt. John, both of Bristol, at Matanzas, 
Cuba, May 7, 1830 

Charles Henry and Mary Anna DeWolfe, 
daughter of George, formerly of Bristol; in 
Cuba, July 24, 1831 

Mary Anna, daughter of George, and form- 
erly of Bristol, .and Charles Henry De- 
Wolfe; in Cuba, July 24, 1831 
DEXTER Adah, of North Providence, and Asa 

Olney, of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 27, 1803 

Lydia. daughter of Jonathan, and Major 
Nathaniel ?.Iowry, at .Smithfield. Pheni.x 
of May 3, 1806 

Eliza, eldest daughter of Col. John S., and 

George Nightingale, at Providence, Sept. 27, 1807 

Horatio S. and Abby Dennis, both of New- 
port, at Bristol, Nov. 26, 1807 

Andrew, Jr., Esq., and Charlotte Morton, 
daughter of Hon. Perez, of Dorchester, at 
Boston. Phenix of June 25, 1S08 

Nathaniel G. B. and Amey Jenckes, daughter 

of Jerathmell, at Pawtucket. Pheni.x of Nov. ig, 1808 

Abby G., daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of 
Cumberland, and William Earle, of Provi- 
dence, at Cumberland. Phenix of Dec. 31, 1808 

Samuel, Esq., attorney at law, of Providence, 
and Abby Sheldon, daughter of Major 
General Sheldon, of and at Newport, June 14, 1810 

John W. and .Sally Bowen, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict. Phenix of Aug. 24, 181 1 

Phebe and Thomas Grant, both of and at 

Cumberland. Phenix of May 16, 1812 

Phebe, of Smithfield, and Arnold Whipple, 

of Providence, at Smithfield. Phenix of Sept. 12, 1812 

Waitstill, of North Providence, and Samuel 
Butler, of Providence, at former place. 
Phenix of Jan. i, 1814 

Mary Ann, daughter of Hon. John S., and 
Dr. John M. Eddy, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 20, 18 14 

Lucretia H., daughter of Richard, of Boston, 
and Simon L. Torrey, of Killingly, Ct., 
at Providence, Nov. 16, 181 5 



246 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DEXTER Anna, daughter of Benjamin, of Pom- 
fret, Ct., and John Warren, of Killingly, at 

Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. Nichols, June i, 1817 

Louisa, daughter of Capt. Benjamin G., and 

Samuel Brenton Mumford, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, P"eb. 9, 181 8 

Mary C, of Pawtucket, and Edwin H. Har- 
ris, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Blake, June 15, 18 18 

Sabra, daughter of Nathaniel B., and John 

Wilson, of Providence, at Pawtucket, at 

St. Paul's Church, by Rev. Mr. Blake, Sept. 13, 1819 

Freelove, daughter of Major Nathan, of 

Charlton, Mass., and Isaac Jenckes, at 

Cumberland, by Rev, Mr. Potter, Feb. 13, 1820 

Capt. John and Hannah Aldrich, eldest 

daughter of Col. Dexter Aldrich, bo'th of 

and at Smithfield. Patriot of Jan. 10, 1S21 

Benjamin, Jr., of Killingly, and Mary Collins, 

of and at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Dow, 
Betsey and Orin Smith, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
William, Jr., and Marcelia Hicks, second 

daughter of Richard, at Scituate, by Rev. 

Mr. Knight. Patriot of 
Samuel, Esq., and Amey Martin, daughter 

of Joseph S., Esq., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Nancy and William Spears, both of and at 

Smithfield, 
Lydia, daughter of Lewis, of Smithfield, and 

Capt. Jabez Gorham, of Providence, at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Julia and Russell Jenckes, both of Cumber- 
land, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Martha B., of North Providence, and Stan- 
ton Thurber, of Providence, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr.Taft, 
Rebecca C, daughter of Stephen, PIsq,, and 

Robert Jeffray, of New York, at St. John's 

Church, Providence, by Rev Dr. Crocker, 
Amey, youngest daughter of Lewis, Esq., 

and Smith Mowry, Jr., of Charleston, S. 

C, at Smithfield. Patriot of 
Joseph W. and Eliza Hayford, both of and 

at Providence, by I^ev. Dr. Edes, 
Col. Edward, of Seekonk, and Sarah Mum- 
ford, daughter of late John, of Providence, 

at Boston, Dec. 30, 1824 



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PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 247 

DEXTER Edward, Jr., and Arvilla Walker, 
daughter of late Timothy, both of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Tease, Feb. 7, 1825 

Sarah W., of Pawtucket, and John C. Levick, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft, April 10, 1S25 

Mary, daughter of Christopher, of Smithfield, 
and Lodovvick S. VVolcott, of Cumberland, 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, June 25, 1825 

John W., of Charlton, Mass , and Hannah R. 
Henry, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. 14, 1825 

Lewis, Esq., and Mary Angell, daughter of 
late Jonathan, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, Dec. 5, 1825 

Caroline America, of Darien, Ga., and Sam- 
uel Palmer, formerly of Providence, at Da- 
rien, by Hon. A. B. Powell, Feb. 21, 1826 

Catharine, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and 
Charles Jackson, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1S27 

Mary, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and Benja- 
min Cozzens, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1827 

Samuel, Plsq., and Almira T. Fenner, eldest 
daughter of Governor James, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, _ July 31, 182S 

Elcey L., daughter of Capt. John, of Smith- 
field, and William ¥.. Carpenter, of Nassau, 
N. Y., at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 
Esq., Feb. i, 1830 

Capt. William and Mrs. Nancy Corliss, at 

Glocester. Patriot of March 20, 1830 

Lucy Willard, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, 
G. B., of Pawtucket, and William Snelling 
Fletcher, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Frieze, Oct. 21, 1830 

Sarah and Stephen Covell, of Troy, N. Y., at 

Smithfield. Patriot of Oct. i, 1831 

DICKENS Eliza F. V., and Gardiner Vaughan, 

both of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 5, 181 5 

Mary Ann and Christopher Roffee, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 12, 1818 

Amos, of Stonington, and Mary Lewis, daugh- 
ter of John, of Westerly, at former place, 
by Rev. Mr. Hart. Patriot of Feb. 22, 1826 

Capt. Henry, of Stonington, and Nancy Nash, 
daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of Westerly, 
at Watch Hill Point, by Rev. Mr. Shaw. 
Patriot of Feb. 22, 1826 



248 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DICKENSON Delany, of Bristol, and Lyman 
Cady, of Ponifrel, Ct., at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Bates, Aug. 9, 18 17 

DICKERSON Matilda W., of Seekonk, and Ray 
G. Burlingame, of and at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, May 14, 1826 

Anna and Robert Huntress, both of See- 
konk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, P'eb. 10, 1829 

DICKMAN James, Junior, publisher of the 
Christian Intelligencer, Gardmer, Me., and 
Caroline Choate, at Boston. Patriot of April 17, 1S30 

DICKSON John, printer, and Ann Rose, at 

Petersburgh, Va. Pheni.K of Nov. 7, 1807 

Mrs. T. W., of New York, and Robert Pat- 
ton, Esq., postmaster, of Philadelphia, at 
New York. Phenix of Jan. 19, 181 1 

DIGANS Reuben and Merebah Prophet, at 
Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Atkins. Phe- 
ni.\ of March 2, 1805 

DIGBY Jane Elizabeth, only daughter of Rear 
Admiral Digby and Viscountess Andover, 
and Lord Ellenborough, in London. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 23, 1824 

DIKE Albyn V. and Phebe Ann Prince, daugh- 
ter ot late Capt. James, at Providence, at 
St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 12, 1822 

Arba C. and Ann Elizabeth Hetherington, 
both of Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, April 19, 1827 

DILLINGHAM Elizabeth and Lavin Wolford, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Sept. 22, 1828 

DILLON Capt. Andrew and Mrs. Avis Whippy, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Merrett, June 23, 1823 

DIM AN Hannah, daughter of Jonathan, and 
Billings Waldron, 2d, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Rexford. Phenix of March 7, 1 812 

Potter, of Bristol, and Eliza Atvvood, of Prov- 
idence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 17, 1815 
Sarah, eldest daughter of Jonathan, Esq., and 
Nathaniel Munro, Esq., at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight. Phenix of March 29, 1817 
Thomas, Esq., and Elizabeth Waldron, both 
of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Pa- 
triot of Aug. II, 1 8 19 
Abigail and Henry D. W. Pales, at Bristol. 

Patriot of July 10, 1822 

Eyron, Esq., and Abbie Alden Wight, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Henry, who married them, at 
Bristol, June i, 1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 249 

DIM AN Bernice, only daughter of Willniii, and 
CaU'm Simmons, at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop 
Gnswold, Sejit. i6, 1S27 

Bernice and Calvin Simmons, at Bristol. 

Patriot of Sept. 26, 1827 

DIMOND Francis M., of Bristol, and Mrs. Maria 
E. Greene, daughter of Ur. Benjamin Par- 
ker, of Bradford, Mass., at Bristol, by Rev. 
Bishop Griswold, Nov. 12, 1S20 

DIX Dr. John and Sarah I. Eddy, both of Bos- 
ton, at Providence, Sept. 20, iSio 
Frederick and Maria Susan Keller, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1824 

Susan, daughter of late Col. Benjamin A., of 
Salem, Mass., and Samuel M. Worcester, 
Professor of Rhetoric at Amherst College, 
at Salem. Patriot of June 8, 1825 

DIXON Mary, of Providence, and Abijah Brown, 
of North Kingstown, at Providence, b}' 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of • March 2, 1816 

Frances S., daughter of Nathan F.,and Jesse 

L. Morse, both of and at Westerly, Oct. 8, 1828 

DOANE Sally and Richard Eldredge, both of 

and at Pawtucket. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1S24 

DOBBIN Susan and Samuel Barnes, printer, 

both of and at Baltimore. Pheni.\ of Dec. 12, 1S07 

DOBELL John, of Cranbrook, Kent, and Juli- 
etta Thompson, fourth daughter of Sam- 
uel, P]sq., of Plaistow, Essex, at Westham 
Church, by Mr. Jones. Rector of Strat- 
ford, and Chaplain to the Bishop of Lon- 
don, May 22, 1823 

DOCKRAY Capt. John R., Jr., of Newport, 
and Mary Ann S. Palmer, of and at I'ort- 
land, Me. Patriot of July 27, 1825 

DODDS George D., of Providence, and Pamela 
Bowen, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Hill, Oct. 28, 1813 

Prudence, third daughter of George, and 
Nathaniel Grafton, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 11, 181 5 

DODGE Rev. Oliver and Sally Williams, daugh- 
ter of late John, at Glocester. Pheni.x of July 27, 1802 
John C. and Aseneth O. Foster, daughter 
of E^benezer, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at St. John's 
Church, Feb. 24, 181 8 
Eliza, daughter of Nehemiah, of Providence, 
and Dr. William Henry Allen, of Louis- 
ville, Ky., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, July 18, 1820 



250 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DODGE Joshua, Consul of U. S. to Marseilles, 
and Catharine H. DeVVolfe, daughter of 
Hon. James, U. S. Senator from R. I., 
at Mt. Hope, Bristol, Oct. 5, 1823 

Olney, of North Providence, and Dorcas 
Earle, daughter of Joshua, of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1824 

Phebe and Samuel VVoodbndge, Jr., at An- 
dover, Mass., by Rev. Justin Edwards. 
Patriot of Feb. 19, 1825 

Sarah Crawford, second daughter of Nehe- 
miah, and Enoch VV. Clarke, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 21, 1826 

Susan H., daughter of Nehemiah, of Provi- 
dence, and Solomon H. Mudge, of Port- 
land, Me., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge, Oct. 16, 1826 

Emily, daughter of Nehemiah, of Providence, 
and Lieut. Edward S. Johnson, U. S. 
Navy, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, at the Universalist Church, Aug. 25, 1829 

Ezra, of Providence, and PLlizabeth Allen, 

daughter of Seth, of and at Smithfield, Jan. 3, 1832 

DONALDSON James, of Nashville, Tenn., and 
Clarinda Richmond, daughter of late Dr. 
Benjamin, of Little Compton, at Nash- 
ville, Aug. 18, 1818 
DONNELL Thomas F. and Margaret B. Rob- 
inson, at Bath, Me. Patriot of Nov. 21, 1829 
DONNISON Eliza Quincy, daughter of Gen. 
William, of Boston, and Rev. Richard M. 
Hodges, of Bridgewater, at Boston, Oct. 29, 1821 
DOOLITTLE Betsey and Samuel Moss, both 

of and at Wallingford, Ct. Patriot of Aug. 22, 1821 

Joseph and Mary Bronson, both of and at 

Wallingford, Ct. Patriot of Aug. 22, 182 1 

Lemuel and Doedema Mattoon, both of and 

at Wallingford, Ct. Patriot of Aug. 22, 1821 

Roswell and Polly Moss, both of and at Wall- 
ingford, Ct. Patriot of Aug. 22, 1 821 
DORR Sullivan, of Boston, merchant, and 
Lydia Allen, daughter of Capt. Zachariah, 
dec, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 14, 1804 

Sarah L., eldest daughter of Joseph, and 
Richard Temple, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 3, 1824 

Joseph O." and Sarah Carpenter, both of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, Aug. 14, 1826 

Almira Frances, daughter of Joseph, and 
Amos W. Snow, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Wayland, Jan. i, 1829 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 251 

DORR Eliza S.. daughter of Jdnathan, of Rox- 
bury, Mass., and Charles Davis, Jr., of Bos- 
ton, at Roxbury, by Rev, Dr. Potter, Now 24, 1S29 
Sarah A., daughter of Jonathan, of Roxbur)', 
Alass., and John Phillips, of Nevvburyport, 
at Roxbury, bv Rev. Dr. Potter, Nov. 24, 1829 
DORRANCE Samuel and Mary Pitman, daugh- 
ter of Saunders, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1S03 
George and Nancy Warner, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Dec. 13. 1807 

Betsey, of Warren, and James Bugbee, of 

Woodstock, Ct., at Warren. Phenix of Jan. 11, 1812 

James B., Esq., and Almy Greene, daughter 
of Thomas, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Oct. 6, 181 1 

Henrietta, daughter of late Lemuel, Esq., 
and Amos l^ranch, ot Plainfield, at Ster- 
ling, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Wills, Nov. i, 1S12 
DORSHTIMER Mrs. Elizabeth, 75, and Capt. 
J Slater, 82, after a prudent court- 
ship of less than 20 years, at Leedsburg, 
Va. Phenix of June 4, 1808 
DOTY Thomas, 72, and Peggy Cornick, 15, at 

Schopack, N. Y. Phenix of Feb. 14, 1807 

William G., of New York, and Mrs. Fanny 
Martin, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Sept. 7, 180S 

DOUD Seth and Cornelia Hall, daughter of 
Thomas, at Middletown, by Rev. John R. 
Crane, Sept. 15, 1825 

DOUGLASS Sally and Thomas H. Pearce, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. Aug. 25, 1819 

John, of Mendon, and Alice Farnum, of and 

at Pawtucket. Patriot of Dec. 31, 1823 

William H. and Mary Ann Sherman, daugh- 
ter of Elijah, at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 7, 1824 
William and Mary Reynolds, at Valley 

F'alls, Jan. 23, 1825 

John and Ann Jones, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Aug. 23, 1827 

Abby Taylor and Capt. Benjamin Lake, at 

Newport. Patriot of Jan. Q, 1828 

John and Mary Potter, at Prudence Island, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight, Dec. 23, 1828 

Annis, of Bristol, and Joseph Lathrop, of 
Exeter, R. L, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, Dec. 6, 1829 

DOULBEAR Lucy, of MontviUe, and Rev. 

Lorenzo Dow, at Hebron, Ct. Patriot of April 19, i8.?o 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DOVE Eunice and Eli Hatch, at Stockbridge, 

Mass. Phenix of Nov. 28, 

DOW Rev. Lorenzo and Lucy Doulbear, of 

Montville, at Hebron, Ct. Patriot of April 19, 

Nancy, daughter of Rev. Daniel, and Hiram 
Ketchum, Esq., of New York, at Thomp- 
son, Ct. Patriot of Feb. 24, 
L. K., one of the publishers of New Haven 
Advertiser, and Julia Ann Townsend, at 
New Haven. Patriot of May 15, 
DOWNING Anna and Nelson O. Chace, at 

Lynn. Patriot of Feb. 6, 

DOWN Catharine and Consider Bushee, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 20, 

Honor, "]"], and , a youth aged 16 

years, at Great Torrington, Eng. Patriot 
of Sept. 19, 

DOWNER Henrietta C. and Isaac Bowen, Sr., 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 
DOWNING Henry and Ann Black, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
Catharine, eldest daughter of the late Will- 
iam, of Newport, and John James, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Phenix of 
James and Avis Geddings, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Margaret and Elias Barstow, Jr., both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
DOYLE Sarah H., of Providence, and Edwin 
Stayner, of Halifax, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
David 15. and Mary Ann Billings, daughter 
of William, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, 
Thomas and Martha Dorrance Jones, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, 
Bryan and Mrs. Catharine Hickey, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Woodley, 
Amanda, a Creek pupil at the Asbury 
Missionary Institute, Fort Mitchell, Creek 
Nation, and James Hill, U. S. Army, at 
said place, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Patriot of 
DRAKE Mary C. and Major Charles P"oster, 
both of Taunton, at Providence, 
Freeman and Mary Davis, both of and at 

Providence, 
Harriet, daughter of Gen. Crane, and Elijah 
Atherton, Esq., at Canton, Mass. Patriot 
of March 30, 



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1809 


March 3, 


1805 


Feb. 7, 


1807 


•March 17, 


1822 


Nov. 16, 


1826 


July 13. 


1823 


Feb. 8, 


1824 


May 4, 


1S26 


June 25, 


1828 


April 4, 


1829 


Oct. 3, 


1814 


Aug. 22, 


1821 



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810 

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DRAPER Lemuel and Hannah Rogers, at 
Portsmouth, N. H. Phenix of 

Julia Ann, youngest daughter of Paul, and 
Ulysses Holden, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Tirzah, of Attleboro, and James Page, of 
Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilder, 

Anstress and Dr. Jonathan Hubbard, at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Harriet, daughter of John, of Attleboro, and 
Capt. Jabez Lovett, of New York, at 
Providence, 

Josiah and Mrs. Polly Hlackington, both of 
Attleboro, at Providence, 

Henry S. and Sybel Martin, youngest daugh- 
ter of Joseph, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, 

Louisa and Jamts .Snow, Jr., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. i\Ir. Edes, 

John, Jr., and Betsey Peck, both of and at 
Attleboro, at the Universalist Church, by 
Rev. Mr. Carrique, 

Major Nehemiah S., of Providence, and 
Martha M. Moore, daughter of Col. Henry, 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

Ira and Elizabeth Arnold Higgison, both of 
and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Rlr. Benedict, 

Virgil, of Rome, N. Y., and Eliza Holmes, 
of and at Attleboro, 

Susan R. and Hosea Carpenter, both of 
Providence, at Rome, N. Y., 

Edward and Julia Ann Sheridan, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Caroline and John Butterworth, at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of 
DRAVER Mrs. Sarah and Charles Lincoln, 
formerly of New Bedford, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 
DRAYTON William H.and Martha O. Adams, 

at Boston, 
DRESSER Mrs. Matilda, widow of Asa, of 
Thompson, Ct., and Capt. Abel Allen, of 
Providence, at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. 
Dow. Phenix of 

Lucia, of Providence, daughter of late Asa, 
Esq., and William Dwght, Jr., of Thomp- 
son, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mrs. Susan and Boyleston Poore, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 



Oct. lo. 


1807 


Jan. 27, 


t8i8 


April 8, 


1811 


June 23, 


1812 


July 2., 


1812 


March 7, 


1813 


Oct. 5, 


1815 


Oct. 28, 


1817 



April 18, 



Feb. 8, 


1820 


Oct. 24, 


1820 


Feb. II, 


1822 


July 17, 


1825 


Nov. 24, 


1825 


April 23, 


1828 


July 7, 


1828 


Feb. 14, 


1830 



April 6, 

Oct. 23, 
May 22, 



819 



805 

Sn 
825 



254 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DRESSER Malinda and John A. Andrews, both 

of and at Smithfield, by H. S. Mansfield, 

Esq., at Slatersville. Patriot of April 25, 1827 

DRIVER John and Sally Revein, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, May 14, 1815 

DREW Hannah H. and Capt. Henry Tuck, at 

Somersvvorth, N. H., after 7 yrs. court- 
ship. Pheni.x of May 26, 1810 
Capt. John and Sarah Snelling, of Provi- 
dence, daughter of Joseph, formerly of 

and at Boston, Oct. 5, 1811 

Fanny Lee, of Plymouth, and Solomon Town- 
send, of Providence, at Plymouth, Dec. 28, 1827 
DRINKVVATER Brooks and Temperance Pond, 

at New York. Patriot of May 26, 1830 

DRISCOLL James, of New ]}runswick, N. J., 

and Hannah Ma.xwell, daughter of James, 

Esq., of and at Warren. Pheni.x of June 23, 1804 

DROWNE Lydia B. and William Chace, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x 

of Nov. 26, 1808 

Caleb, of North Providence, and Amey Ar- 
nold, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Pheni.x of Oct. 13, 18 10 

Samuel and P"rances Louisa Brooks, of and 

at Newbury, by Rev. Mr. Hubbard, April 29, 181 1 

Abigail, of Barrington, and Israel Peck, of 

Seekonk, at former place. Pheni.x of Oct. 24, 1812 

George F. and Ann Whiting, both of and at 

Providence?; by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 28, 1815 

John J., of Seekonk, and Maria Louisa 

Whiteman, of Walpole, N. H.', at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 25, 1816 

Susan A., daughter of Daniel, and Ira Kent, 

at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Phe- 

nix of Oct. 24, 1818 

Samuel and Ann Luther, both of Newport, 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. Patriot 

of May 10, 1820 

Henry B., of Woodstock, Ct., and Julia 

A. Stafford, daughter of Thomas, of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, April 24, 1821 

Mary, of New Market, N. H., and Amos M. 

Read, of Pawtucket, at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Pitman, June 13, 1821 

Prudence and George K. Smith, both of and 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wood. Patriot 

of Nov. 5, 1825 

Hannah and George W. Kinnecutt, both of 

and at Barrington, Jan. 25, 1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 265 

DROVVNE Eliza and Major Lyman Snell, at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Nov. 29, 1827 

Mercy and Isaiah Lane, at Rehoboth. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 19, 1827 
Emeline, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, of 

Warren, and Hu-am Drowne, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, Dec. 31, 182S 
Hiram and Emeline Drowne, daughter of 

late Cajit. Samuel, of Warren, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, Dec. 31, 1828 
William H. and Lucretia S. Miller, daughter 

of late Allen, both of and at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Bonney. Patriot of May 12, 1S30 

Lucinda and John Sessions, at Providence. 

Patriot of Sept. 15, 1832 

DRURY Luke, Esq., of l^ristol, and Mary S. 

Jencks, daughter of late Joseph, of Provi- 
dence, at North Providence, by Rev. Bishop 

Griswold, June 7, 1827 

DUDLEY Dorothy, daughter of I'aul, Esq., and 

Benjamin C. Hill, at Douglass, Mass. 

Patriot of Dec. 14, 1822 

DUFFEY Capt. , of J?rig Laura, and 

Miss Hamilton, the celebrated 

sailors of that vessel, at Liverpool, Eng. 

Patriot of May 2, 1827 

DUFFIE Mary E., daughter of James, of New 

York, and Samuel Barton, of Richmond, 

Co., N. Y., at New York. Patriot of Dec. 30, 1829 

DUKES James, of Philadelphia, merchant, and 

Rachael Worth, of and at Cape May Co., 

N. J , by James Townsend, Esq., Jan. i6, 1825 

DULSON Mrs. Anna, widow, aged 82, and John 

Hughes, bachelor, 85, who had been a bell 

rmger upwards of 60 years in one place. 

The grooms man was 78 and the brides 

maid 75. The novelty of the same gathered 

a large crowd at the church and at the 

church door they were met by three violin 

players playing "Come haste to the 

wedding." The whole concluded with a 

ball. Phenix of Oct. 10, 1807 

DUNCAN Sarah and Benjamin Cole, at Newport, Dec. 25, 1825 
Alexander, Jr., of Canandaigua, N. Y., and 

Sarah Butler, only daughter of Samuel, 

Esq., of Providence, at New Haven, Ct. 

Patriot of Oct. 17, 1827 

DUNCKLEE Mary and Farnum Chickering, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Feb. 13, 1820 



256 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DUNHAM William VV., printer, and Mary 

Greenman, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 13, 1805 

Rebecca and Josiah Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kdes, March 3, 1808 

Elizabeth and Jarvis P. Hart, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eiton, Nov. 28, 1819 

Elizabeth, daughter of Jesse, and Gideon 

Spooner, both of and at Newport. Patriot 

of Oct. 28, 1820 

S , of Providence, and Mary Ann Cooke, 

of and at Hartford, Ct. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1826 

Phillip and Harriet Stall, daughter of Gen. 

Isaac, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, May 31, 1829 

David and Mary Caroline Gibbs, at Coventry, Jan. 3, 1830 

Lucy Ann and .Sh abaci Blanding, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 4, 1830 

DUNLAP Eliza and Capt. Sidney H. Burroughs, 

of Providence, at Philadelphia. Pheni.x of Aug. 26, 1809 
Patrick and Anna Mann, daughter of Alfred, 

both of Providence, at Smithfield. Phe- 

nix of July 16, 1814 

Robert and Mary Ann Hutchins, at Provi- 
dence. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1832 
DUNN Ann Catherine and Jes.se G. Holt, 

printer, at Hudson, N. Y. Phenix of P'eb. 25, 1809 

Hannah, daughter of Rev. Thomas, of New- 
port, and VVilliam James Taylor, of Phila- 
delphia, at Newport. Patriot of July ir, 1821 
Theo'philus C , M. D., and Elizabeth R. 

Potter, daughter of Capt. Robinson Potter, 

at Newport. Patriot of April 24, 1824 

Mary J., daughter of late Capt. Bernon, and 

Col. Henry Manton, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 15, 1827 
Nathaniel, Preceptor of the Wesleyan Sem- 
inary, at Wilbraham, Mass., and Charlotte 

L. Tillinghast, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent. Patriot of Sept. 5, 1827 

ICmma J., daughter of late Capt. Bernon, and 

Albert T. F. Smith, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Oct. 3, 1827 

William Jones and Lucretia Huntington Mc- 

Clellan, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, May 19, 1828 

DUNNING Elizabeth,daughterof late Julius L., 

and Capt. Thomas V. Sullivan, of Boston, 

at New York. Patriot of Nov. 28, 1829 

.DUNWELL John and FJizabeth Wardwell, 

daughter of Stephen, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 20, 181 2 



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257 



DUPEE Harriet Eliza Ann and Ezra Allen, at 

Boston. Patriot of April 24, 1830 

DURFEii Elizabeth J., daughter of late Capt. 

Ezekiel, and George Harris, at Providence. 

Phenix of June 6, 1807 

DURFEY Lydia, daughter of the late Capt. 

Ezekiel, and John Sweet, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 20, 1807 

DURFIE Mrs. Hannah and John Davis, both of 

Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Littlefield, May 23, 1809 

Catharine and Asa Pike, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 27, iSii 
Abner and Thankful Esten, at Killingly, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Corpes, F'eb. 14, 1S13 

Hannah, daughter of Benjamin, and William 

Spooner, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Miller, June 3, 1S19 

Abby, of Tiverton, and David Gifford, of 

Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy. Patriot of ' ^ Feb. 16, 1820 

Job, Representative Elect to Congress, and 

Judeth Borden, daughter of late Simeon, 

both of and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 

Coleman. Patriot of Nov. 25, 1820 

John and Nancy Hart, both of and at Tiver- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Coleman, Patriot of Dec. 20, 1S20 
Ann, daughter of Capt. Allen, and Orlin 

Webber, at Tiverton. Patriot of F^eb. 24, 1821 

Lucina, daughter of late Oliver, Esq., of 

Middletown, and Francis Carr, of New- 
port, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Kent, March 3, 1823 
Eliza S., daughter of James, and Stephen 

Anthony, at Portsmouth. Patriot of July 9, 1823 

Raymond and Susan Ailman, daughter of 

John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, June 22, 1825 
Catharine, daughter of Benjamin, and 

Thomas Jouvett, both of and at Newport, . 

by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Jan. 25, 1826 

Joseph and Sylvia W. Borden, daughter of 

late George, at F"all River, by Rev. Mr. 

Smith, Dec. 28, 1826 

Matthew C, cashier of the Fall River Bank, 

and Fidelia Borden, daughter of late 

George, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Dec. 28, 1826 
Mary G. and Benjamin H. Lawton, at New- 
port. Patriot of March 7, 1827 
Nathan and Delana Borden, daughter of late 

George, at F"all River. Patriot of May 9, 1827 

Patience B., of Providence, and Joseph C. 

Whiting, of Savannah, Ga., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 22, 1827 



258 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DURFIE Lydia, daughter of Allen, Esq., and 

Moses Baker, of Providence, at Tiverton, Nov. 5, 1827 

John T. and Susan Munro, both of and at 

Portsmouth. Patriot of March 19, 1828 

Polly and Capt. Godfrey P3stes, both of and 

at Tiverton. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1829 

Paul and Ann Cooke, at F"all River. Patriot 

of Aug. 25, 1830 

DURICH James and Lavma Richmond, both of 

and at Wellington, Mass. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1824 

DURKIE Major N., aged 80, and Melinda Bart- 
lett, 65, at Savannah, Ga., by Justice Dob- 
bins. I'atriot of June 15, 1822 
DURNAM Mrs. Margaret and Elijah Loomis, 
printer, both of and at New York. Phenix 
of June 25, 1808 
DYER Sally, daughter of Anthony, and Benja- 
min Searle, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 28, 1802 

Phebe, daurfiter of Charles, of Cranston, 

and Capt. John F. Greene, of Providence, July 6, 1803 

Oliver, printer, and Harriet Munson, at New 

Haven. Phenix of Dec. i, 1804 

Esther, daughter of Nathan, of Cranston, and 
Thomas Dyer, Jr., of I'rovidence, by Rev. 
Mr. Knight, Jan. 26, 1806 

Thomas, Jr., of Providence, and Esther 
Dyer, daughter of Nathan, of Cranston, 
by Rev. Mr. Knight, Jan. 26, 1806 

Abby P.. daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and Jo- 
seph K. Potter, of Providence, at Cranston, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 30, 181 1 

Phebe, daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and Na- 
thaniel Penno, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, June 21, 1813 

Meriam and Richard Eldredge, both of Prov- 
idence, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Phenix of • Nov. 4, 1815 

Elizabeth B. and Peter Grinnell, 2d, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 16, 181 5 

Olney and Mrs. Sybel Brown, daughter of 
John Perrin, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 11, 1816 

Davis and Hannah Thurber, youngest daugh- 
ter of Edward, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 26, 1817 

Julia Ann, eldest daughter of Charles, Esq., 
and Paris Dyer, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 14, i8i8 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 259 

DYER Paris and Julia Ann Dyer, eldest daugh- 
ter of Charles, Esq., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Patience and Dean Hurd, both of and at 
Mendon, 

Robert and Prescilla Phillips, at North Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Nabby, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of John- 
ston, and Welcome Ballou, of Sniithfield, at 
Johnston. Patriot ot 

Sarah, of Cranston, and Thomas Smith, of 
Johnston, at Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Cyrus and Mary Ann Grinnell, daughter of 
Peter, 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 Ale.xander, at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Charles, Jr., and Delia Soule, daughter of 
late Capt. Cornelius, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Patience and Otis Irish, at Little Com|)ton. 
Patriot of 

Ruth, of Scituate, and Josiah O. Pearce, of 
Providence, at Scituate. Patriot of 

Frances Jones, second daughter of Elisha, 
and Amos Maine Vinton, merchant, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 25, 1824 

Francis Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 
Benjamin, Esq., and Thomas Jefferson 
Stead, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Feb. 21, 1825 

Lydia W. and Robert Davis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 21, 1825 

Caroline F., daughter of Charles, and James 
Jacobs, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, ' Jan. 25, 1S26 

Albert Field and Amey Ann Elli.s, only 
daughter of Cyrus, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, March 12, 1826 

Mary Ann, daughter of late Aaron P"., and 

Cornelius Wilbur, both of and a't Newport, July 16, 1826 

Hannah, eldest daughter of Olney, of Provi- 
dence, and George A. Taylor, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 15, 1826 

Syvana, youngest daughter of late Nathan, 
of Cranston, and Thomas Watson, of Co- 
ventry, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tilling- 
hast, May 25, 1828 



May 14, 


1818 


Jan. 10, 


1819 


Jan. 30, 


1820 


March 24, 


1821 


March 26, 


1821 


Dec. 6, 


1821 


Aug. 14, 


1S22 


Sept. 25, 


1822 


April 16, 


1823 


Nov. 19, 


1823 


Mays, 


1824 



260 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DYER Caroline, eldest daughter of Elisha, and 

H. B. Lyman, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 2, 1829 

Henjamin, Jr., of Providence, and Amelia 

Andrews, daughter of late David, of Digh- 

ton, at the Beneficent Congregational 

Church, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Patriot of May 27, 1829 
John Field and Martha Waterman, daughter 

of Nathan, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Wayland. Patriot of Nov. 2, 1831 

DWELLY Prescilla D. and Lefavor C. Bar- 
don, at Fall River. Patriot of Oct. 12, 1831 
DWIGHT Gamaliel L., of Boston, and Sarah C. 

Howell, youngest daughter of Hon. David, 

L.L. D., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 21, 1809 
William, Jr., of Thompson, Ct., and Lucia 

Dresser, of Providence, daughter of late 

Asa, Esq., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Oct. 23, 181 1 

Rev. Louis and Louisa H. Willis, daughter 

of Nathaniel, publisher of Boston Recorder, 

at Boston. Patriot of June 5, 1824 

Mr.s'. Sarah H., daughter of late Hon. David 

Howell, and Hon. Samuel Eddy M. C. 

from R. I., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Messer, Oct. 17, 1824 

Mary S., daughter of Hon. Theodore, Jr., 

and George Bliss, Jr., Esq., attorney at 

law, at Springfield, Mass. Patriot of May 4, 1825 

Sarah H., daughter of Hon. Jonathan, Jr., 

and George Bancroft, Esq., at Springfield, 

Mass., March i, 1827 



EAGER Nahum, of Providence, and Betsey Nel- 
son, of and at Shrewsbury, Mass. Patriot 
of Aug. 30. 1820 

Freelove and Nathaniel Heath, at Provi- 
dence, Nov. 27, 1823 
Lewis and Mary Whitmarsh, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Patriot 
of April 8, 1829 
EARLE Hepzibah and Henry Williams. Phe- 

nix of Oct. I, 1803 

Capt. Oliver, of Providence, and Sally Ar- 
nold, daughter of Capt. Israel, of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 24, 1805 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



261 



EARLE Mehitable and Asa Russell, of New 
Bedford, merchant, at Newport. Phenix of 

William, .of Providence, and Abby G. Dexter, 
daughter of Capt. l^enjamin, of and at 
Cumberland. Phenix of 

Rachal, daughter of Capt. John, and Thomas 
L. Tuells, both of and at Proviilence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Joseph and Lydia P'ovvler, daughter of late 
Dr. Isaac, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, 

Eunice, daughter of late Capt. John, of New- 
port, and Seth Kelley, of Mendon, Mass., 
at Newport, at P'riends' Meeting House. 
Phenix of 

Frances, eldest daughter of Col. Caleb, and 
Thomas Whitaker, both of arid at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mrs. Amey, of Providence, and Henry F"en- 
ner, Esq., of Johnston, at Providence, by 
Jeremiah B. Howell, Esq., 

Thomas, merchant, of Philadelphia, and Mary 
N. Hussy, of and at Nantucket, at P'riends' 
Meeting House, 

Fanny, daughter of late Capt. William, and 
Christopher C. Godfrey, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Benjamin and Mrs. Amanda Westcott, both 
of Providence, at Cranston. Patriot of 

Maria, daughter ot late Capt. William, and 
William G. Williams, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr Gano, 

Thomas J. and Abigail Snow, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Harriet C, of Nantucket, and Stephen Cor- 
nell, of and at Newport. Patriot of 

Dorcas, daughter of Joshua, of Providence, 
and OIney Dodge, of North Providence, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah, youngest daughter of late Capt. John, 
and Benjamin C. Curtis, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Eliza, second daughter of Hon. Caleb, and 
Zebediah Lothrop, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Mrs. Abby G. and Joseph S. Lawton, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

Mrs. Lydia and William Arnold, at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, 

Matilda, daughter of late William, and John 
Vars, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Graham, 



Nov. 23, 


805 


Dec. 31, 


808 


April 26, 


Sio 


Jan. 24, 


813 


Feb. 22, 


817 


Sept. 16, 


817 


Nov. 19, 


818 


July 13. 


820 


July 12, 


821 


Nov. 21, 


82T 


May 29, 


823 


Sept. 17, 


S23 


Oct. 4, 


823 


Jan. I, 


824 


Oct. 25, 


820 


Feb. I, 


[825 


July 31. 


825 


Aug. 14, 


825 


Oct. I. 


826 



262 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EARLE Mary, daughter of late Capt. Oliver, of 
Providence, and William C. Pearson, of 
N w York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
G no, Nov. a, 1826 

Mary, of Boston, and Benjamin W. Steavens, 
of Providence, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Earle. Patriot of Aug. 25, 1827 

Sally Ann and Thomas Barker, both of and 

at Providence, July 31, 1828 

Mrs. Mary and Dea. Enos F"rench, at Fall 

River, Sept. 23, 1828 

Sarah, of Newport, and Samuel Mott. of and 

at New York, Oct. 8, 1S28 

Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Hon. Ca- 
leb, and William R. Watson, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 26, 1829 

Ann, of Leicester, and Samuel Colton, one 
of the publishers of the Worcester Spy, 
at Leicester Patriot of Oct. 23, 1830 

Sarah, daughter of Pliney, of Leicester, and 
Charles Hadwin, of Providence, at Leices- 
ter. Patriot of Aug. 17, 1831 

Robert, Jr., of New Braintree, Mass., and 
Olive 15. Grant, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 183 1 

EASTERBROOKS D and Polly Sanford, 

both of and at Bristol, July 8, 1821 

Joseph, of Swanzey, and Amey Cole Lu- 
ther, daughter of Martin, of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexfurd, Sept. 7, 1823 

Crawford and Mrs. Elizabeth Troop, at Bris- 
tol. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1826 

Sarah, of Bristol, and John Fuller, of New 

Bedford, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, May i, 1827 

Martin, of Warren, R. L, and Alice Lewis, 
of North Kingstown, at North Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Aug. 19, 1827 

Betsey and John Wood, at Bristol, Nov. 8, 1827 

EASTMAN Samuel B., of Boston, and Nancy 
Movers, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Kent, Jan. 20, 1828 

EASTON Eliza W., eldest daughf-r of Nicholas, 
and Josiah Humphrey, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Oct. 24, 1802 

John, 2d, of Middletown, and Ruth Brown, 
daughter of William, of and at Portsmouth. 
Phenix of Oct. 4, 1806 

Norman and Elizabeth O. Salisbury, young- 
est daughter of late Joshua, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 15, 181 1 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MRARIAGES . 263 

EASTON Clement, of Providence, and Arty 

Hopkins, of and at F"oster. Phenix of Oct. 26, 181 1 

Rebecca R. and Stanford Newell, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Nov. 6, 181 1 

Mary and Judson Blake, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 24, 18 12 

Sarah G. and Capt. Samuel Humphries, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oath- 
man, Nov. 26, 1 82 1 

Theophilus and Mrs. Mary Richardson, both 

of Foster, at Mt. Hygeria, June 2, 1822 

James C. and P^liza Franklin, daughter of 

Robert, both of and at Newport, April 5, 1825 

William and Amelia Chinning, daughter of 
Edward, both of Newport, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 18, 1826 

John H., of Newport, and Julia Maria Ly- 
man, daughter of Hon. Daniel, of and at 
North Providence, by Rev. Henry Itdes, Sept. 18, 1826 

Alvin and Eliza 15enchley, of Smithfield, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. 22, 1827 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Norman, and 
Jefferson Borden, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 15, 1828 

Stephen and Phebe S. Andrews, by Rev. 

David Kilbourne, Nov. 9, 1830 

EATH FORTH William E. and Mrs. Rebecca 
P. Saunders, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 9, 1827 

EATON Levi and Susan Howe, daughter of 
Ezekiel, at Framingham, Mass., by Rev. 
Mr. Kellogg. Pheni.\ of June i, 1805 

Sally and Hervey Thurston, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of Feb. 14, 1807 

Dr. John E. and Ursula Paine, eldest daugh- 
ter of Amos, of and at Woodstock, Ct. 
Phenix of Oct. 21, 1809 

John and Dolly Coolidge, daughter of Na- 
thaniel, both of and at Worcester. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 12, 1825 

Abigail W., daughter of Seth, and George 

Hartvvell, at Taunton, Dec. 11, 1825 

Eveline, daughter of Levi, of Framingham, 
Mass., and William R. Staples, of Provi- 
dence, at former place, Oct. 28, 1826 

Thomas J. and Susan Waterman, both of 
Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, July 10, 1827 

William, 74, Soldier of the Revolution, and 
Levey Worthy, 29, at Boston. Patriot of May 16, 1829 



264 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ECKERMAN Simeon H., of Portsmouth, N. 

H., and Betsey M. Greene, daughter of 

late Daniel, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr, 

Wright, Oct. 1 8, 1827 

ECKERT William, 75, and Elizabeth Linsinbig- 

len, 17, at Philadelphia. Patriot of June 10, 1826 

EDDY Dr. John M. and Hannah Carlile, both 

of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 7, 1804 

Ezra and Sally Peckham, daughter of Peter, 

by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Nov. 18, 1804 

Ruth, daughter of Barnard, of Providence, 

and Benjamin W. Gardiner, of Exeter, at 

Providence. April 2, 1807 

Mary, daughter of Peleg, and Zachariah 

Chaffee, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of Nov. 28, 1807 

Preserved and Nancy Peirce, eldest daughter 

of Asa, at Somerset, Mass. Pheni.x of Dec. 24, 1808 

Samuel, Esq., Secretary of State, and Ann 

Angell, youngest daughter of Elisha, of 

North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, April 25, 1809 

Thomas, merchant, and Selina Edwards, of 

Huntington, Ct. Pheni.x of Sept. 23, 1809 

Sarah I. and Dr. John Dix, both of Boston, 

at Providence, Sept. 20, 18 10 

Mary, daughter of John, and Ephraim Phil- 
lips, both of and at F"oster, by Rev. Mr. 

Hammond. Phenix of May 18,1811 

Josiah I. and Sophia Peckham, daughter of 

Peter, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 24, i8t2 

Sally, of Swanzey, and Samuel Pearce, Jr., 

of Rehoboth, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 

Slade, Feb. 21, 1S13 

Dr. John M. and Mary Ann Dexter, daugh- 
ter of Hon. John S., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 20, 18 14 
Martha, daughter of Samuel, Esq., Secretary 

of State, and Oroondates Mauran, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 11, 1814 

Comfort, Jr., of Providence, and Mary Swarts, 

eldest daughter of late Capt. Swarts, of 

Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Nov. 16, 1815 

Mrs. Huldah and John Searle, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 2t, 1816 

Abigail and Benjamin Almy, both of and at 

Smithfield, Sept. 18, 1817 

Barnard and Julia G. Westcott, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 14, 1817 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES ^65 

EDDY Eunice and William Shaw, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 9, 1817 

Thomas, Esq., of Warwick, and filliza L. Hop- 
pin, daughter of Nicholas, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 14, 1S18 

Phebe, eldest daughter of George, of Provi- 
dence, and Welcome C. Staples, of Cum- 
berland, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ba- 
ker, April 1 1, 1819 

Margaret S., youngest daughter of Willliam, 
and John Ferguson, Jr., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Park, April 28, 1819 

Mrs. Eunice, 33, and Stephen Chace, jj, both 
of and at Swanzey, Mass., by John Mason, 
Esq., Nov. 8. 1819 

Silence, of Rehoboth, and Preston Harvey, 
of Taunton, at Rehoboth, by George \V. 
Peck, Esq., Dec. 26, 1819 

Ann, daughter of Moses, of Providence, and 
Rev. Reuben Torrey, of Ashford, Ct., at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Oct. 5, 1820 

Maria, daughter of Barnard, and Daniel R. 
Clarke, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Feb. 11, 1821 

George W., of Smitbfield, and P"idelia Free- 
man, daughter of Salisbury, of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, May 13, 1821 

Comfort and Catharine Swart/., at Providence. 

Patriot of Sept. i, 182 1 

William and Susan Bliss, both of Valley 
Falls, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 
Patriot of May i, 1822 

Richard and Martha James, daughter of John, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 2, 1822 

Joseph W. and Anna Maria Robbins, daugh- 
ter of Asher, Esq., at Newport. Patriot 
of May II, 1822 

Henrietta and Joseph Davis, at Providence. 

Patriot of Aug. 17. 1822 

Abby, daughter of Benjamin, 2d, and Thomas 
G. Humphreys, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Sept. 30, 1822 

William and Hannah G. Wilbur, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Nov. 14, 1822 

Mary, of Westport, and Samuel M. Tabor, 

of Providence, at Westport, Dec. 29, 1822 

Eunice C, daughter of Benjamin, and George 
E. Simmons, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, April 13, 1823 



266 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EDDY Capt. Sylvester and Tanior H. Luther, 

both of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, Oct. 7, 1823 

Richard E. and Emily Ann Havvley, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 15, 1823 

May, of Westport, and Samuel M. Tabor, 

of Providence, at Westport, Dec. 29, 1823 

Lyman, of Norton, and Hannah Lincoln, 

daughter of Elijah, of and at Taunton. 

Patriot of Eeb. 14, 1824 

Julia Ann, of Bellefonte, R. L, and Joseph 

Clarke, of Edenburgh, N. Y.,at Bellefonte. 

Patriot of March 20, 1824 

Sarah James, daughter of Benjamin, and 

Samuel Gray, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, April 18, 1824 

Betsey, daughter of Peleg, and Caleb God- 
frey, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Sept. 18, 1824 

George and Maria Hall, of Johnston. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 25, 1824 
Hon. Samuel, M. C. from I^. I., and Mrs. 

Sarah H. Dvvight, daughter of late Hon. 

David Howell, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Messer, Oct. 17, 1824 

Rebecca Maxwell, daughter of Capt. Caleb, 

of Warren, and John Robert Wheaton, 

merchant, at Warren, Nov. 16, 1825 

Joseph, of Providence, and Susan Salisbury, 

of' Tiverton, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Cheney, June 4, 1826 

Michael, Jr., and Sarah P. Sherman, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, June 4, 1826 
Almira, daughter of late Samuel, and Clarke 

Fuller, both of and at North Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Aug. 29, 1826 

Nelson S. and Elizabeth M. Samson, at 

Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Ross. Patriot of Nov. 4, 1826 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Caleb, and 

Joseph Smith, 3d, Esq., at Warren. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 17, 1827 
Capt. Lyman, of Norton, Mass., and Lu- 

cinda Leonard, of and at Taunton, July 6, 1827 

Francis, of Troy, Mass., and Betsey Wil- 

marth, daughter of Earned, of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson. Patriot 

of July 18, 1827 

Betsey, of Fall River, and Capt. Salisbury 

Luther, formerly of Warren, at Swanzey, 

by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Oct. 11, 1827 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 267 

EDDY Albert, of Providence, and Ruth Greene, 

of and at Warwick, March 23, 1828 

Elizabeth P., youngest daughter of Benjamin, 
2d, of Providence, and Sheperd C. Kinsley, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, ' April 7, 1S28 

Thomas and Rhoby Phillips, at .Swanzey, Nov. 24, 1828 

John, of KilHngly, Ct., and Elvira Haw- 
kins, daughter of late Henry, of North 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft. Patriot of July iS, 1829 

Ezra, 76, and Silence Hill, of Norton, 79, at 

Taunton. Patriot of June 23, 1S30 

Laban H., of Smithfield, and Clarissa S. 
Cooke, of Troy. Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 7, 1830 

Anna, youngest daughter of the Chief Jus- 
tice, and George M. Richmond, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 15, 1831 

Jane M. and John Turner, at F'all River. 

Patriot of Aug. 24, 1831 

Abby and Abel Smith, both of and at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. McKenzie, Nov. 18, 1832 

EDES Rev. Henry and Catharine C. May, 
daughter of John, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 
Lathrop. Pheni.x of July 27, 1805 

Sarah and Henjamin Tucker, both of Boston, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Pheni.x 
of Oct. I, 1808 

Lucy W. and William Melendy. both of Bos- 
ton, at Providence. Phenix of March 9, 181 1 
EDGAR Gen. John, an officer of the Revolu- 
tion, aged 90, and PHiza Stevens, aged 14, 
at Williamsburgh, 111. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1824 
EDMONDS Eliza and Amos Briggs, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 8, 1810 

Irena B. and Nathan Greene, at Pittsfield, 

N. H. Patriot of F"eb. 10, 1830 

EDSON Rev. Theodore and Rebecca Jane Par- 
ker, daughter of late Bishop Parker, at 
Boston. Patriot of Dec. i, 1824 

EDWARDS Selina, of Huntington, Ct , and 

Thomas Eddy, merchant. Phenix of Sept. 23, 1809 

Mrs. Sally and Philip Castles, both of North • 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Blake, Nov. 15, 1818 

John, of Shrewsbury, Eng., and Phebe Set- 
tle, of and at Newport. Patriot of July 28, 1824 

Daniel, Jr., of Charleston, and Clarissa Giff- 
ord, daughter of Jeremiah, of Portsmouth, 
at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 8, 1826 



268 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EDWARDS Joseph, of Falmouth, Mass., and 
Susan F. Jones, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 12, 1826 

William, Esq., of New York, and Jane Has- 
kell, of Philadelphia, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Choules, Aug. 11, 1829 

Rebecca T., eldest daughter of Col. Will- 
iam, of Greene Co., N. Y., and lienjamin 
Curtis, of New York, at Paris, F"rance, at 
the Hotel of the American Ambassador, 
by Rev. Henry H. Lascombe, Vice Chap- 
lain to the British Embassy, Sept. 2, 1830 
Ichabod B. and Lydia Rogers, at Providence. 

Patriot of Sept. 15, 1832 

EGAN Matthew and Jelinia Baxter, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 7, 1820 

EGGLESTON M. T., of Utica, N. Y., and Eliz- 
abeth H. Updike, of and at Wickford, by 
Rev. Mr. Burge, Aug. 11, 1825 

EIGHFORTH William C. and Mrs. Rebecca P. 
Saunders, both of Providence, at Swanzey, 
by Rev. Mr. Barney, Aug. 3, 1827 

ELD Mr. and Miss Brain, in Eng- 
land. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 

ELDERKIN Capt. Eleazer and Anstress Davis, 
eldest daughter of Ca])t. Robert, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 27, 1808 

Amey, of Providence, and Martin Pond, of 
P"ranklin, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, March 5, 1809 

Mrs. Louisa, of Cranston, and Jacob Long, 
of Boston, at Providence, by Caleb Will- 
iams, Esq. Phenix of April 3, 1813 
Marcus, of Providence, and Elizabeth Slo- 
cum, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man, May 24, 1 82 1 

ELDRED Charles and Matilda Spink, daughter 
of Nicholas, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 
Mr. Northup, June 29, 1820 

Mary Updike, daughter of Robert, of Wick- 
ford, and George Tillinghast, of Tolland, 
Ct., at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Jan. 26, 1826 

Ezra, of North Kingstown, and Mary Taylor, 

at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 30, 1828 

Abby G , of Wickford, and Nicholas G. Till- 
inghast, of Tolland, Ct., at Wickford, by 
Rev. Mr. Burge, Jan. 11, 1829 

Samuel P., of North Kingstown, and Levin- 
dia Barber, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Feb. 2, 1829 



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ELDREDGE James, Esq , and Mrs. Cloe Hub- 
bard, at I'omfret, Ct. Pheni.N: of 

Capt. Henry, of Brooklyn, and Eliza Davis, 
daugliter of Capt. Robert, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Richard and Meriam Dyer, both of Provi- 
dence, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. Phenix of 

William and Mary Ann Read, daughter of 
John, both of and at Newport. Patriot of 

Dr. Charles and Eleanor F"ry, daughter of 
Thomas, at ICast Greenwich, by Rev. Dr. 
Parker, 

Rebecca and Welcome Arnold, both of and 
at Pawtucket. Patriot of 

Edward, of San Salvator, and Hannah Gros- 
venor, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of and 
at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Porter, 

Anna and Capt. Ray G. Andrews, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith, 

Gideon and Mary Ann Parker, both of Bos- 
ton, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Catharine and John I^. Smith, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Richard and Sally Doane, both of and at 
Pawtucket. Patriot of 

Ellered and Mary Inman, both of and at 
Chepachet, by Timothy Sweet, Esq., 

Levi and Abigail E. Keiley, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

James and t^unice Long, at Pawtucket. Pa- 
triot of 

Ruby Ann and Israel Wood, Jr., both of and 
at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., 

Nathaniel and Lydia Bassett, both of and at 
Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., 

Samuel A. and Ruhama Northup, at South 
Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Crandall. Pa- 
triot of 
ELIZABETH Princess, of Bavaria, and General 
Berthier, Prince of Newfchatel, Vice Con- 
stable of F"rance ; in Galla, pAirope, 
ELKANAH David and Louisa E.xtel, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
ELLENBOROUGH Lord and Jane Elizabeth 
Digby, only daughter of Rear Admiral 
Digby, and Viscountess Andovei; in Lon- 
don. Patriot of 
ELLERY Mary G., of Newport, and Samuel 
Jennison, Jr., of Worcester, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 



June 18, 


1803 


Oct. 27, 


1808 


Nov. 4, 


1815 


April r. 


1820 


Nov. ig. 


1S20 


Dec. 22, 


1821 


March 6, 


1822 


Oct. 6, 


1822 


Jan. — , 


1823 


Sept. 1 8, 


1823 


Jan. 17, 


1824 


Oct. II, 


1825 


Feb. 12, 


1826 


April 23, 


1828 


Sept. 24, 


1827 


Sept. 30, 


1827 



Jan. 30, 

March 9, 
May 21, 

Nov. 3, 
Oct. 15, 



830 

808 
807 

824 
815 



270 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ELLERY Cornelia, daughter of Hon. Christo- 
pher, and Albert E. Harding, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 26, 1819 

Clarissa, daughter of Christopher, Esq., and 

Major William James Tilley, merchant, 

both of and at Newport, by Rev. Dr. 

Patten, Sept. i, 1820 

Elizabeth Dana, eldest daughter of William, 

of Newport, and Robert Sedgwick, Esq., 

of New York, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. 

Patten, Aug. 21, 1S22 

Lieut. Charles, U. S. Navy, and Matilda M., 

daughter of late Benjamin Cornwall, of 

Brooklyn, at New York. Patriot of Sept. 10, 1823 

George W. and Mary Goddard, daughter of 

Thomas, at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 19, 1823 

Martha Maria, of New Orleans, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Abraham Redwood Ellery, 

of Newport, and Albert J. Anderson, 

Esq., of New York, at Newport, by Rev. 

Dr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825 

Henrietta A. S., daughter of William, Esq., 

and Edward T. Channing, Professor in 

Harvard College, Cambridge, at Newport, April 6, 1826 

ELLETT of Warren, and John Berket, of and 

at Providence. Pheni.x of Dec. 17, 1808 

ELLIOTT P'rancis and Elizabeth Thurber, 

daughter of Samuel, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Aug. 10, 18 16 
Mrs. Lydia and Ebenezer Dean, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Dec. il, 1824 

ELLIS Major Eleazer and Sarah Peters, both of 

and at Providence, by Hon. Judge Martui. 

Pheni.x of April 28, 180 

Ferdinand and Lydia Whitmarsh, daughter 

of Joseph, at Warren, by Rev. Dr. Messer, Aug. 12, 1804 
Hannah, of Providence, and Moses Spencer, 

of Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Cornell, Oct. 6, 1808 

Roxanna, of Attleboro, and Sylvanus Ting- 
ley, of Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilder, Oct. 24, 1813 

Sally, daughter of Abner, Esq., andErastus 

Worthington, Esq., attorney at law, both 

of Dedham, at Providence, May 2, 181 5 

Julia, of Walpole, Mass., and Moses Guild, 

Jr., of Dedham, at Walpole, May 24, 1820 

Huldah, of Seekonk, and William Everett, 

of Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Pitman, March 28, 182 1 



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ELLIS Ardelia and Bradford Sparrow, at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Killam, April i6, 1823 

Capt. William, of F"almouth, Mass., and 
Eliza N. Barlow, daughter of late Capt. 
Moses, of and at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 11, 1S23 

Daniel F., of Attleboro, and Rebecca Car- 
penter, of and at Cumberland. Patriot of May 14, 1S25 
Ayres and liunice L. Mott, both of Smith- 
field, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 4, 1825 
Lucy B., daughter of Hon. Benjamin, of Car- 
ver, Mass., and Samuel T. Tisdale, of New 
York, formerly of Taunton, merchant, at 
Plymouth, Dec. 12, 1825 
Amey Ann, only daughter of Cyrus, and Al- 
bert Field Dyer, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, March 12, 1826 
Dea. William and Mary Wheaton, only 
daughter of Dea. Peter, both of and at 
Seekonk, by Rev. James O. Barney, F"eb. 6, 1827 
Richmond, of New York, and Mary A. Smith, 
daughter of Stephen C, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 15, 1827 
Matilda S. B., daughter of James E., and Al- 
fred Brown, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Dec. 29, 1827 
Kelita S., of Andover, Mass., and Abbie C. 
Williams, eldest daughter of Jason, of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 8, 1828 
Abigail M., eldest daughter of Jabez, of At- 
tleboro, Mass., and Josejah B. Gay, of 
Philadelphia, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Warren, May 13, 1828 

ELLSBREE James and Amanda F. Read, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Patriot 
of July 26, 1826 

ELMENDORF Martina and Hon. Lewis Con- 
diet, M. C, from N. J., at Somerville, N. J. 
Patriot of Jan. 5, 1825 

ELMES Lydia Ann, daughter of Thomas, Esq., 
and Joseph Harvey, merchant, at Philadel- 
phia, by Rev. Dr. Skinner. Patriot of April 21, 1839 

ELTON Mr. Romeo, of Wallingford, Ct., and 
Sarah Ann Ormsbee, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 25, 1814 

ELY Martha E., of Hartford, and Rev. Daniel 
Temple, Missionary to Malta, at Hartford, 
Ct., Jan. 4, 1830 

EMERSON James B., of Providence, and Lydia 
P. Parker, of and at South Reading, Mass., 
by Rev. Mr. Emerson. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1821 



272 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EMERSON John and Abigail Bull, both of and 

at Seekonk, by Allen Hunt, Esq , March 9, 1823 

George 13. and Olivia Buckminster, at Cam- 
bridge, by Rev. President Kirkland, May 20, 1824 
EMMES Eliza B., of Boston, and Nathaniel 

Child, of Providence, at Boston. Pheni.x 

of Oct. 16, 1813 

EMORY Susan, 16, widow, and DeVarney, 

67, at New Orleans. Patriot of Dec. 11, 1824 

ENGALS Lewis and Mary Cassran, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev Dr. Gano. Pheni.x of Aug. 16, 1806 
ENGLISH James and Lucy F"rancis, both of 

and at Pavvtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 

Patriot of April 21, 1824 

Samuel and Mary Williams, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Oct. 19, 183 1 

ENNIS William, Esq., of Newport, and Avis 

Paine, of and at P'reetown, by Rev. Mr. 

Hathaway, Aug. 10, 1S17 

Mary and Henry Claflen, both of Pavvtucket, 

at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Sept. 14, 1826 

ENTWISLE James and Mrs. Mary Ann Mason, 

both of the Theatre, at Washington City. 

Pheni.x of July 22, 1815 

EPES , of Nattoway, Va., and Mary T. 

Sale, of Warren Co., N. C, July 24, 182 1 

EPPINGER James, Esq., of Savannah, Ga., and 

Juliana Throop, daughter of Col. William, 

late of Bristol, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 

Stafford, May i, 1820 

ERPELL Christian Henry Conrad, a native of 

Germany, and Susan Leonard, at Middle- 

boro, Mass. Patriot of Nov. 30, 1825 

ERSKINE Christopher and Clementina Sabin 

Lethbridge, daughter of late James, of 

P"ranklin, Mass., at Boston. Patriot of June 12, 18 19 

ESCHENBURG John, Esq., of Germany, mer- 
chant, and Eliza Rodney, second daughter 

of late Caeser A., Esq., at Buenas Ayres, June 2, 1824 

ESDELL James, of N. J , and Ruth Spellman, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, April 5, i8[2 

ESLEECK Lydia and James Salisbury, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 15, 1S14 

ESSEX Thomas, of Warwick, and Betsey Hatch, 

of and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 

Tillinghast, May 8, 1S20 

Thomas and Waity Tindell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Oct. 16, 1820 

Joseph and Abigail S. Smith, daughter of 

Rev. Jonathan, at Coventry. Patriot of Dec. 2, 1826 



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ESTABROOKS John, formerly of Providence, 
and Lucy Rice, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. 
Farnum. Phenix of Aug. 14, 181 3 

ESTEN Thankful and Abner Durfee, at Kil- 

lingly, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Corpes, F"eb. 14, 18 13 

ESTERBOOKS Susannah and Jesse Movvry, at 

Smithfield, March 5, 1818 

ESTES Sarah, daughter of P'^lisha, of Tiverton, 
and Christopher Lake, of Portsmouth, at 
Tiverton, March 17, 1825 

Capt. Godfrey and Polly Durfee, both of and 

at Tiverton. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1829 

ETCH ELL Peter and Harty Tanrer, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, March 12, 1829 

EUSTICIi Hannah and Capt. Edward Davis, at 

Salem, Mass. Patriot of Feb. 27, 1830 

EUSTIS Capt. William, U. S. Army, and Re- 
becca Sprague, of and at Dedham. Phe- 
nix of July 15, 1809 
Hon. William, Secretary of War, and Caro- 
line Langdon, daughter of the late Hon. 
Woodbury, at Portsmouth, N. H., by Rev. 
Dr. Buckminster. Phenix of Sept. 29, 1810 

EVANS Mrs. Elizabeth and John Harwood, Jr., 

printer, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 12, 1807 

Lieut. Henry F. , of U. S. Regiment of Light 
Artillery, and Elizabeth VV. Page, daughter 
of Capt. Benjamin, formerly of Providence, 
at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. VVheaton, Jan. 27, 1820 

uty and Ruth Owen, daughter of Thomas, 
both of and at Glocester. Patriot of March 3, 1821 

Celinda, daughter of Anan, of Glocester, and 
Olney Barnes, of Smithfield, at Glocester, 
by John Hawkins, Esq., March 3, 1822 

John and Amey Thornton, daughter of Wil- 
liam, both of and at Johnston. Patriot of Jan. 4, 1823 
John and Amey Thornton, daughter of Wil- 
liam, at Johnston. Patriot of Jan. 4, 1823 
Rowland and Abby O. Barney, daughter of 
late Cromwell, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes. Patriot of April 18, 1827 
Harriet, of Smithfield, and Thomas Campbell, 
of Providence, at Smithfield, June 7, 1829 

EVERETT Amherst and Penelope Howland, 
daughter of John, F^sq., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 19, 1813 

Sarah P., daughter of late Oliver, Esq., and 
Nathan Hale, Esq., editor of the Daily Ad- 
vertiser and Weekly Messenger, at Boston. 
Phenix of Sept. 14, 1816 



274 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

EVERETT Richard and Louisa Tingley, both 

of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, April 4, 1820 

William, of Attleboro, and Huldah Ellis, of 

and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 28, 1821 

William, Jr., of Attleboro, and PZsther C. 

Peabody, of and at Hamden, Me. Patriot 

of Oct. 29, 1823 

Louisa and Alfred Barrows, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Killam, Nov. 2, 1826 

Otis and Lucretia Gore, at Boston, by Rev. 

Mr. Pierpoint. Patriot of Feb. 7, 1829 

Josiah P., of Attleboro, and Mary Ann 

Hazard, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Phillips, Feb. 15, 1829 

Silas Shepard, of Wrentham, and Almira 

Mati da Farrington, of and at Sherbourne, 

Mass. Patriot of April 3, 1S30 

EWELL Cornelia Ball, eldest daughter of Dr. 

James, and Eliah Kingman, Esq,, late of 

Providence, at Washington, D. C., by Rev. 

Dr. McCormack, Dec. 9, 1828 

EWING Rachel, second daughter of Nathaniel, 

Esq , the President of the State Bank of 

Indiana, and late Receiver for the Public 

Monies in the Vincennes District, and 

Daniel Jencks, late of Providence, at Vin- 
cennes, Ind., by Rev. Samuel T. Scott, May 2, 1820 
EWINGER Elizabeth and Henry Leonard, Jr., 

at Boston. Patriot of April 21, 1830 

EYNEUF Ann, in 12th year, daughter of the 

Schoolmaster, and Rev. John Byrne, 84, of 

Richmond, N. C., at said place, Nov. i, 1824 

EXTEL Louisa and David Elkanah, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 21, 1807 

Henry and Mary Gillmore, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.\ of May 23, 1807 



FAIRBANKS Nancy, 30, and Levi Rawson, 60, 

at Mendon, Mass. Phenix of Nov. 7, 1807 

George, of Sudbury, Mass., and Susan Smith, 
of and at Johnston, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
of Pavvtucket, Nov. 15, 1819 

James, Jr., and Nancy D. Sweetland, at Attle- 
boro. Patriot of July 21, 1821 



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FAIRBANKS Asa, of Franklin, Mass., and 

Anna TalbotRichmond, daughter of Will- 
iam, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker, Oct. 3, 1S25 

Willard, of New York, and Elizabeth S. Wil- 

marth, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, Oct. i, 1826 

Archibald, of Lancaster, Mass., and Mary 

Ann Hayford, daughter of Daniel, both 

now of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes. Patriot of May 30, 1829 

FAIRBROTHER Betsey and James Lansdale, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Oct. 2, 1828 

FAIRMAN Octavia and William B. Hart, M. D., 

of Colrain, at Norwich, Ct. Patriot of Aug. 11, 1830 

FAISNEAU Catharine, daughter of E. P., and 

Nathaniel Richmond, at Newport. Patriot 

of Sept. 8, 1830 

FALES Sarak C, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of 

Taunton, Mass., and Nathaniel Hazard, 

Esq., of Newport, March 17, 1S03 

Nathaniel and Sarah Kerby Padelford, second 

daughter of Hon. Seth, at Taunton. Phe- 

nix of Feb. 18, 1804 

Harriet L., daughter of Hon. Samuel, and 

James L. Hodges, Esq., at Taunton. Phe- 

ni.x of Jan. 3, 1818 

Abigail, of Wrentham, and Rev. Josephus 

Wheaton, of Holliston, Mass., at VVren- 

tham. Phenix of Sept. 26, 1818 

Henry D. W. and Abigail Diman, at Bristol. 

Patriot of July 10, 1822 

Azuba B., of Wrentham, and George A. 

Tuffts, of Dudley, at Wrentham. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 5, 1822 
Achsah Miller and Asa Bates, at Attleboro. 

Patriot of Jan. i8, 1823 

Frances L., daughter of late Hon. Samuel, 

of Taunton, and Swann L. Pomeroy, at 

Newport, Dec. 21, 1824 

Betsey Paine, of Bristol, and Capt. Comfort 

Pame, of Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Mann, Nov. 9, 1825 

Mrs. Sarah W. and Charles Richmond, Esq., 

at Taunton. Patriot of March 4, 1826 

Nathaniel, 3d, and Martha Peck, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mann, May 7, 1826 

Sally, of Attleboro, and Capt. Alvin Jenckes, 

of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Cutler, Oct. 25, 1827 



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FALES Dr. Joseph J., of Newport, and Martha 

Terry, of and at Boston, April 2, 1828 

Harriet and William Munro, both of Bristol, 

at Camerioca, Cuba. Patriot of • Feb 17, 1830 

William, of Bristol, and Martha B. Wilson, 

of Windham, Ct., at Camerioca, Cuba. 

Patriot of F'eb. 17, 1830 

Elizabeth, daughter of James, of Newport, 

and Richard P. Parisen, of New York, at 

Newport, April 4, 1830 

FALL liunice, 29, and Gurdon Hamilton, 55, at 

Colchester, Ct. Phenix of April 25, 1807 

FALLARD Henry, 73, and Elizabeth Cox, 28, 

both of and at Harford Co., Md., by Rev. 

Mr. Park, July 19, 1821 

FANNING Joseph C. and Eliza F. Woodcock, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Church, Feb. 21, 1830 

Mary, daughter of Henry, of New York, and 

William O. .Norcross, of Monson, Mass., 

at New York. Patriot of May 15, 1830 

FARGO Betsey and William Prince, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr, Preston, Sept. 14, 1S20 

FARISTALL Eleazer H. and Abigail B. Taft, 

daughter of Sweeting, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 8, 1827 

FARLEY Hannah M., daughter of James, and 

Milton Hall, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Torrey, May 31, 1827 

Frederick Augustus, Pastor of Second Uni- 
tarian Church of Providence, and Jane 

Carter Sigourney, of and at Boston, by Rev. 

Dr. Channing, May 27, 1830 

FARMAN William A., of Killingly, and Robey 

Brown, of and at Sterling, Ct. Phenix of March 31, 1810 
FARMER Daniel and Sarah W. Grieve, daugh- 
ter of David, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Phenix of Oct. 5, 1812 

FARNSWORTH Rev. Benjamjn F., Precep- 
tor of Bridgevvater Academy, and Maria 

C. Ripley. Patriot of Aug. 15, 1821 

FARNUM Zelinda and Capt. George Weeden, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Dec. 31, 1809 

John and Lydia Mathevvson, at Smithfield, Aug. 16, 1812 

Elder and Susan Lindenberger, at 

Providence, by Governor Jones, March 3, 18 13 

James, of Smithfield, and Hannah C. Math- 
evvson, daughter of Hon. Elisha, of and at 

Scituate. Phenix of March 6, 1813 



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FARNUM Elder Douglass and Susan Linden- 
burg, daughter of John, at Providence, by 
Rev. John P. Jones, [correct]. Phenix of March 13 

Amanda and Benjamin Westcott, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 5 

Mary Ann S., of Providence, and George 

Collins, of Cranston, at Savannah, Ga., Nov. 27 

Ruth, daughter of Stephen, and Daniel 

Mowry, 3d, at Smithfield, Dec. 6 

Capt. Zebadiah and Mrs. Lucinda Miller, 
both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Stephen 
Nelson. Phenix of ' Dec. 19 

Charles A. and Experience A. Bannister, 

at Smithfield. Patriot of Nov. 28 

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, daughter of Thomas, 

at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. 25 

Solomon, of Conway, Vt., and Ruth G. 

Dean, of and at Taunton. Patriot of Nov. 22 

Elizabeth Louisa and Edward Padelford, at 

Savannah, Ga. Patriot of Dec. 3 

Erastus, formerly of Boston, and Elizabeth 
Ann Battey, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, July 16 

Col. Winsor, of Smithfield, and IlermioneG. 
Taylor, of and at East Greenwich, by Rev. 
Mr. Dane, Nov. 20 

Welcome, of Smithfield, and Martha B. Tall- 
man, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Che- 
ney, April 19, 

Benjamin, of Smithfield, and Eliza F. Peck, 

of Lyndon, Vt., at Smithfield, June 10 

FARRAND Ebenezer, U. S. Navy, and Eliza- 
beth Magill Williams, daughter of late 
Capt. John, at Middletown, Aug. 12 

FARRAR D , of Elland, 93, and Mrs. 

Maebei, of Batley, 25, at Parish Church, 
Halifax, Eng. Patriot of May 4 

FARRIER Capt. William and Lucy Healey, 

both of and at Providence, May 20, 

Arthur and Deborah L. Simmons, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Otheman, July 14 

FARRINGTON Ann and David Metcalf, at 

Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, Oct. 20 

Almira Matilda, of Sherbourne, Mass., and 
Silas Shepard Everett, of Wrentham, at 
Sherbourne. Patriot of April 3 



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FARRIS Samuel, and Deborah Madison, both of 

Valley Falls, Smithfield, at Pavvtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of Dec. 20, 1823 

FAULKNER Hamilton and Sally Hamilton, 

both of Seekonk, at Pavvtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Blake, Nov. 19, 1S18 

Pierce A. and Ann Pierce, daughter of Ben- 
jamin, at Portsmouth, Nov. 28, 1827 
FAUSSP2T Ann and Benjamin F. P'reymouth, 

printer, at Philadelphia. Phenix of July 4, 1807 

FAWLEY Frances and Henry Pullen, at New- 
port, by Rev Mr. Gammell, May 23, 1826 
FAXON Lucy, of North Providence, and Leon- 
ard Sweet, of Providence, at former place, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, March 31, 1822 

FEARING Dorcas, of Wareham, Mass., and 

Dr. Plliphalet W. Hervey, late graduate of 

Brown, at Wareham. Patriot of Sept. 21, 1825 

Dr. Joseph Warren and Rebecca B. Ames, 2d 

daughter of Asa, Esq., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 19, 1828 

Andrew, of Boston, merchant, and Aldibaren- 

tiphoscophorimo l^owen, of and at P"all 

River, April 20, 1829 

William S., of New York, merchant, and 

Sarah P. Burrill, youngest daughter of late 

Hon. James, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, Nov. 16, 1829 

Daniel B., of New York, merchant, and Har- 
riet Richmond, daughter of Samuel N., of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. 

Patriot of July 28, 1830 

FERGUSON Asa, of Hartford, and Sally G. 

Mumford, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Cornell, May 22, 1808 

John, Jr., and Margaret S. Eddy, youngest 

daughter of William, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Park, April 28, 18 19 

FELCH Capt. Oliver, and Susan Fmney, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. Pheni.x of June 29, 181 1 

Walton, of Reading, Vt., and Lydia Inman, of 

and at Smithfield. Pheni.x of June 17, 181 5 

FELIX His Highness Prince Charles, of Savoy, 

Duke of Genevois, brother to the King of 

Sardinia, and Her Royal Highness Princess 

Maria Christina, daughter of Ferdinand IV, 

King of the Two Sicilies, in Sicily. Phe- 

nbcof Oct. 10, 1807 

FELL Frederick S., editor of Savannah Repub- 
lican, and Harriet Nesler, at Savannah. 

Patriot of Dec. 13, 1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 279 

FELLOWS Mary and Christopher Gardiner, at 

South Kingstown. Patriot of Jan. 31, 1821 

Nathaniel, Esq., of Cuba, and Lucy Lambert, 

daughter of late William, Esq , of and at 

Roxbury, Mass. Patriot of Oct. 19, 1825 

FELT Mercy, of Medway, and Henry Allen, of 

Walpole, Mass., at Medway, Sept. 30, 1827 

Eleanor and John Tillson, of Boston, at Salem, 

Mass Patriot of Dec 5, 1827 

FENNER Sally, daughter of Col. Richard, and 

Capt. Daniel Rhodes, at Cranston. Pheni.x 

of Jan. I, 1803 

Mrs. Nancy, widow of Joseph, and John I-^. 

Sheldon. Phenix of May 4, 1805 

Joseph J. and Harriet D. Manchester, eldest 

daughter of William, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 29, 1805 

Capt. Samuel W. and Sally Burton, daughter 

of John A., Esq., of Cranston, at Johnston. 

Phenix of Oct. 12, 1805 

Hannah, daughter of Henry, of Johnston, 

and Samuel Westcott, of Providence, at 

Johnston. Phenix of April 2, 1808 

Mary M., daughter of Col. Richard, of Crans- 
■ ton, and Cyrus Potter, of Providence, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1S09 

Robey, daughter of Joseph, of Johnston, and 

William Lippitt, at Cranston, Jan. i, 1S09 

Mrs. Cinderilla, of Cranston, and Col. Avery 

Briggs, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 23, 1810 
Lydia, youngest daughter of Samuel, and 

Abner Peckham, at Scituate, Phenix of July 13, iSii 

Daniel, of Coventry, and Eliza Peckham, 

daughter of Peter, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Cornell, ^ug. 4, 181 1 

William, of P^oster, and Rebecca A. Harris, 

of and at Scituate. Pheni.x of Jan. 23, 18 13 

Elkanah W. and Julia Ann White, both of 

Taunton, at Providence, March 7, 181 3 

Olive, daughter of Stephen, of Cranston, and 

Ashbel Martin, of Providence, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, May 5, 1814 

Abby, youngest daughter of Pardon, and 

Daniel Brown, both of and at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sprague, March 7, 1816 

Tabitha, daughter of late James, and Israel G. 

Manchester, both of and at Scituate, by 

Rev. Mr. Stone, Dec. i, 1816 

Thomas, Jr., and Abby W. Henry, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1817 



280 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FENNER Amey Bennett, daughter of John, of 
Cranston, and Jarvas Elam Gladding, of 
Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, June 28, 1818 

Henry, Esq., of Johnston, and Mrs. Amey 
Earle, of and at Providence, by Jeremiah 
B. Howell, Esq., Nov. 19, 181 8 

Mrs. Lucy, of Sudbury, Mass., and Aaron 
Cutter, at Pawtucket, by Ephraim Miller, 
Esq., Nov. 29, 1818 

Marv and Jeremiah Fuller, both of and at 

Scituate, by Rev. R Knight, May 23, 1819 

James A., of Foster, and Sarah Bowen, 
daughter of Nathan, of and at Coventry, by 
Rev. Mr. Stone, Jan. 20, 1820 

Fanny, second daughter of James, and Charles 
Waterman, Jr., both of and at Johnston, 
by Ebenezer Sprague, Esq., Feb. 22, 1820 

Sarah, daughter of Hon. James, of Provi- 
dence, and Edward J. Mallett, of Fayette- 
ville. S. C, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Sept. 11, 1820 

Daniel, of Providence, and Ruth Lawton, of 
Pawtuxet, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. Patriot of ' Jan. 13,1821 

Thomas B. and Avis Eliza Hitchcock, daugh- 
ter of late Jonathan P., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2, 1821 

John S., of Foster, and Phebe Harris, daugh- 
ter of late Dr. Harding, of and at Johns- 
ton. Oct. 7, 1821 

Mrs. Amey, of Johnston, and Peleg Hske, 
Esq., of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Tatem, June 11, 1822 

Mrs. Waitstill Ann and Edward Fitzgerland, 

both of and at Johnston. Patriot of Dec. 28, 1822 

Harriet E., youngest daughter of Capt. Ar- 
thur, and Seth Adams, Jr., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 26, 1823 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. Arthur, of Provi- 
dence, and Timothy C. Kendall, of Boston, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 20, 1823 

Sarah Ann, daughter 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, daughter of 
Col. Clemmons, both of and at Scituate, by 
Rev. John Westcott, April 11, 1824 



Oct. 2, 


1824 


Oct. 3, 


1824 


April 1 6, 


1825 


July 28, 


1S25 


Sept. II, 


1S25 


Feb. 28, 


1827 


Sept. 13, 


1827 


March 7, 


1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 281 

FENNER Col. Jeremiah and Mrs. Mary Ann 

Harris, both of Cranston, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Patriot of 
Thomas and Mrs. Mary Craft, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, 
Martha and David Pettey, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Patriot 

of 
Thomas, of Scituate, and Mary Thayer, of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Henry Tatem, 
Phebe, eldest daughter of Obadiah, of Foster, 

and James (Jonah) Titus, by Rev. Mr. 

Stone, 
Theodore D. and Mary Maynard, both of and 

at Providence. Patriot of 
Elizabeth, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,and P'ben- 

ezer Thresher, of Providence, at New York, 
Ann, of Scituate, and James P. Slocum, of 

and at Providence, by R'"v. Mr. Pickering, 
Almira T., eldest daughter of Gov. James, 

and Samuel De.xter, Esq., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, July 31, 182S 

Henry and Almey G. Potter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 25, 1828 

Richard M., of Providence, and Sophronia 

F"oster, of and at Cranston, bv Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, ' Oct. 12, 1828 

Ann P21iza, of Providence, and John Carnes, 

of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Church, Nov. 27, 1828 

Eliza and Dudley A. Randall, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 28, 1829 

John and Amanda P. Smith, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, J. P., May 2, 1830 

Abby, of Johnston, daughter of Jeremiah, 

and Caleb Hathaway, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 15, 1830 

Obadiah, of Foster, and Mrs. Sarah Battey, 

daughter of the late Thomas Harris, form- 
erly of this State, at Lisbon, Ct., by the 

Rev. Mr. Nelson, Nov. 24, 1831 

John L. and Julia Ann Kelley, at Warren. 

Patriot of June 30, 1832 

FENNO William D. and Frances Rounds, both 

of and at Providence, at Pawtu.xet, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, May 6. 1822 

Abigail and Edward Spear, at Boston. Pa- 
triot of Sept. II, 1830 
FESSENDEN William, printer, and Patty Hol- 

brook, daughter of John, merchant, at 

Brattleboro, Vt. Phenix of Oct 31, 1807 



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FESSENDEN Rev. Benjamin, of East Bridge- 
water, and Mary Wilkinson, daughter of 
Isaac, of and at Pawtucket. Patriot of Dec. 19, 1821 

William F. and Rachal Bovven.at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, March i, 1827 

FIELD Simeon and Mary A. Warner, daughter 
of Capt. John S., at Providence. JPhenix 
of Dec. 3, 1803 

Joseph and Susan Larkin, daughter of 
Joseph, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Dec. 18, 1803 

Sophia F., daughter of late Capt. John, and 
George Bolles, merchant, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 7, 1807 

Joseph and Mrs. Eliza Usher, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1808 

Sally, daughter of John, and Oliver Price, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Nov. 9, 1809 

Catharine, daughter of Lemuel, and William 
James, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. 19, i8iO 

Philip and Esther Grow, at Bridgewater, 

Mass. Phenix of Feb. 9,1811 

Daniel, Jr., and Lucy P. Brown, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 13, 181 1 

Lemuel, Jr., and Mary Harding, daughter of 

Walker, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ede^ June 20, 181 1 

Mrs. Mannah and Col. James Burr, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 8, iSii 

Abby W., daughter of late John, and Philip 

Potter, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 24, 1812 

Maria A., formerly of Providence, and George 

Shedd, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell, Dec. 20, 1812 

Major Jeremiah and Horinda Manchester, at 

Scituate, by Rev. P. Stone. Pheni.x of March 20, 1813 

Thomas, Jr., of Scituate, and Thankful Win- 
sor, daughter of Capt. Abraham, of and at 
Glocester. Phenix of March 20, 181 3 

William, of Providence, and Phebe Winsor, 
daughter of Paris, of and at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 3, 1S14 

Benjamin and Sabra Fiske, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 22, 1815 

Capt. Richard M., of Providence, and Caro- 
line Snow, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., of 
and at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Mitchell, Oct. 2, i8i6 

Isaac and Sarah Ann Wolcott, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 7, 1816 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



283 



FIELD Hannah C, daughter of late John, of 
Providence, and Jared Curtis, formerly of 
Dudley, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Nov. 17, 

John Albert and Deborah Ann Burr, daugh- 
ter of Col. James, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, at F"irst Congre- 
gational Church, 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. David, and Griffen 
Child, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Stephen C, formerly of Providence, and 
Harriet Wallace, daughter of Capt. David, 
of and at Hyde Co., N. C. Phenix of 

William, 2d, and Lydia Warner, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Joseph and Phebe Wallen, eldest daughter of 
late Capt. Jonathan, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Joanna, eldest daughter of Capt. John, and 
Samuel M Tabor, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Sophia H., daughter of late John, and John 
Wallen, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

William G., formerly of Boston, and Eliza B. 
Norris, of and at Bristol. Patriot of 

William and Lucy Lefavor, both of North 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, 

Rebecca, daughter of Joseph, and Isaac Peck- 
ham, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Barnum, of Boston, and Frances Eliza Field, 
eldest daughter of Richard M., of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Frances Eliza, eldest daughter of Richard M., 
of Providence, and Barnum F"ield, of Bos- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Almira, daughter of late Capt. John, and 
John Miller, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Edward and Eliza Jepson, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Barney and Lucinda Preshoe, both of and at 
Taunton. Patriot of 

Sarah and David Jackins, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 

Eliza Jeanette, daughter of Joseph, and Ham- 
ilton Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, March 25, 



Aug. 20, 


1817 


Jan. 22, 


1818 


Dec. 12, 


181S 


Nov. 29, 


1818 


Oct. 7, 


1819 


Feb. 6, 


1820 


Feb. 9, 


1S20 


June 3, 


1820 


May 7, 


1821 


Oct. 25, 


1821 


Nov. 7, 


1821 


Nov. 7, 


1S21 


April 18, 


1822 


Sept. ir, 


1822 


Sept. 14, 


1822 


March 11, 


1824 



816 



824 



284 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FIELD Horatio and Content Wilbur, both of 

Seekonk, at Pawtucket, Dec. 26, 1824 

Oliver W., of Providence, and Sarah H. Ta- 
bor, daughter of Joseph, of Pawtucket, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 31, 1825 

Laban and Nancy H. F"isher, both of Taun- 
ton, at Easton. Patriot of July 1, 1826 
Seth and Patience Bowen, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Sept. 30, 1826 

Henry, of Taunton, and Hepzibah C. 

Leonard, of and at Bridgewater. Patriot 

of Jan. 3, 1827 

Sarah A. and John V. Hill, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 8, 1827 

John, Jr., and Mary Burke, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 22, 1827 

Edward and Alice Ann Thurber, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 1827 
Maria M. and Caleb B. Snow, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Kent, Oct. 31, 1827 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and Isaac Gifford, 

of Little Compton, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, March 17, 1828 

Eliza and Henry Martin, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, July 7, 1S28 

Mehitable and Joshua Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Feb. 8, 1829 

Amelia Ann, daughter of Rev. D. D., and 

Rev. Josiah Brewer, Missionary to Greece, 

at Stockbridge, Mass. Patriot of Dec. 19, 1829 

Abby C, daughter of Richard M., and John 

Edwin Brown, at Providence, at the Pacific 

Congregational Church, by Rev. Mr. 

Waterman, Dec. 24, 1829 

Roswell M., of P'ayetteville, and Mary Al- 

mira Phelps, of Windsor, at Putney, Vt., 

by Hon. Asa Keyes, Oct. 15, 1832 

FIELDS Mary and John Williams, at Walpole, 

N. H. This is his third wife within three 

years. Phenix of Sept. 17, 1808 

Lucinda, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, and 

Horatio Lincoln, at Taunton. Patriot of April 12, 1S23 
FIFIELD Elder [Moses] and Cecelia Knight, at 

Methodist Chapel, Providence, March 5, 1S20 

Elder [Moses] and Celia Knight, at Metho- 
dist Chapel, Providence, March 5, 1820 
Grace and Thomas Atherton, at Taunton. 

Patriot of Aug. 20, 1831 

FILLMORE Ruby, daughter of Rev. Amaziah, 

and David Avery, Jr., of Windham, Ct., at 

Franklin, Ct. Patriot of Feb. 4, 1824 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 285 

FINCH Alva and Frederica Harris Weed, eldest 

daughter of William, at New York. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 5, 1825 
Henry and Mrs. Sarah Greene, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, Aug. 14, 1829 

FINN Henry James, one of the Managers of the 

Boston and Providence Theatre, and P21iza- 

beth Powell, second daughter of late Snel- 

ling, Esq., at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardi- 
ner, Sept. 14, 1826 
FINNEY Ruth T. and PZlkanah French, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Phenix of June 29, 181 1 

Susan and Capt. Oliver Felch, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Wight. Pheni.x of June 29, 181 1 

Susan, of Warwick, and George Arnold, of 

Coventry, at Warwick. Phenix of Aug. 24, 1S16 

James and Ardelia Jane W. Pollock, at Fall 

River, by Rev. R. D. Woodley, May 19, 1828 

FISH Mary and John Hooke, at Daiivers, Mass. 

Phenix of Oct. 29, 1808 

Mary and George F. Thorp, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July IS. 'Sir 
Capt. Joseph, sailing master ot the Privateer 

Schooner David Porter, and Mrs. Elizabeth 

Wheatley, late of the Boston Theatre, at 

Providence. Phenix of July 9, 1814 

Joseph B. and Sarah Anthony, daughter of 

William, both of I^oitsmouth, at Newport, Jan. 5, 1816 

Abby, daughter of Isaac, of Portsmouth, and 

William T. Wilson, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Webb, ' Dec. 24, 1S20 

Fanny and Milton Read, both of Seekonk, 

at Pawtucket, June 22, 1823 

Barzillai and Mary Ann Freeborn, both of 

Portsmouth, at Newport. Patriot of May26, 1S24 

Eliza, daughter of Joseph, and Henry Lawton, 

both of Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Eddy, Sept. 14, 1825 

William and Mary Ann Clarke, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, April 5, 1827 

Eliza Ann, daughter of Caleb, of Newport, 

and Lorenzo Moore, of Vermont, at New 

port, Oct. 17, 1S27 

John and Frances Barker, both of and at 

Portsmouth. Patriot of Aug. g, 1828 

Sarah L. and Bennett J. Munro, at 15ristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Griffin, Sept. 25, 1S28 

Daniel and Sophoenia Tobey, both of Cen- 
tral P""alls, at Pawtucket, Dec. 8, 1828 
Sarah, daughter of George, and Joseph B. 

Corey, at Portsmouth. Patriot of Aug. 14, 1830 



286 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FISH Miss and Hook, at Balti- 
more, Md. Patriot of June 30, 1832 
FISHER Mrs. Lucy and Benjamin Parks, printer, 

at Boston. Pheni.x of Aug. 3, 1805 

Herman C, of Providence, and Abby Greene, 

at Warwick. Pheni.x of May 12, 1810 

John VV., of Island of St. Croi.x, and Mary 

Whiting, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Sept. 18, 181 1 

Lydia and George Arnold, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 15, 1812 

David Anson, of Wrentham, Mass., and 

Sarah Ann Comstock, eldest daughter of 

Dr. Ezekiel, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Dr. Edes, April 25, 18:5 

Nathan, of Taunton, and Maria Carpenter, 

daughter of Capt. Stephen, at Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Thompson, May 2, 18 19 

Pllizabeth, daughter of E , Esq., of Dan- 
ville, Ky., and Peter Southward, formerly 

of Newport, at Washington, Miss. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 29, 1819 
George C. and Harriet Cady, daughter of late 

Jonathan, both of and at Killingly, Ct. 

Patriot of April 29, 1820 

Lemuel P. and Charlotte Blackington, at 

Attleboro, (correct) June 28, 1820 

James and Amanda Potter, eldest daughter 

of Capt. Job, both of and at Pavvtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. 16, 182 1 

Mrs. Susannah and Thomas Lawrence, both 

of and at Providence, by Benjamin Peck, 

Esq., Nov. 23, 1822 

Freeman, of Falmouth, Mass., and Catharine 

Brown, daughter of Elisha, of and at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Patriot 

of Jan. 4, 1823 

George and Ann Eliza Chaffee, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, July 28, 1823 

Lois B., daughter of Nathaniel, and Joseph 

Maxcy, both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Ferguson, Aug. 31, 1823 

Marvin VV. and Harriet Braird, at St. Paul's 

Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Dec. 25, 1823 

Mary, of Providence, and Seth Swain, of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Nov. 29, 1825 
Nancy H. and Laban Field, both of Taunton, 

at Easton. Patriot of July i, 1826 

William and Harriet Linnell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Dec. 24, 1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 2 87 

FISHER 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 Marshall, 

of Providence, at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. 

Fiske, May 30, 1828 

Thomas R. and Judeth VVilleston, both of 

Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Oct. 22, 1828 

FISKE Job Wilbur and Cyrene Atvvood, at Scit- 

uate, by Rev. John Westcott. Phenix of Dec. i, 1804 

Sarah, of Needham, Mass., and Jesse Kings- 
bury, of Boston, at Needham, after 12 

years' courtship. Pheni.x of March 12, 1808 

Harriet, daughter of Dr. Caleb, of .Scituate, 

and Uriel Rea, of Providence, at Scituate, 

by Rev. Mr. Wolcott, March 26, 1S09 

Marietta, daughter of Isaac, P2sq.. and Peleg 

Clarke, at Johnston, April 23, 1809 

Edmund and Abby P. ]?ro\vn, daughtei- of 

Nathan, both of and at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Sprague, May 12, 1809 

Mary, daughter of Dr. Caleb, of Scituate, 

and James LeBaron, of Hristol. at Scituate, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 5, i8ri 

Sophia, daughter of Peleg, Esq., and Jere- 
miah Sheldon, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Knight, .Sept. 9, i8r2 

Josiah Jones, Esq., and Jerusha Norton, of 

and at Wrentham, Mass., by Re\-. Mr. 

Fiske, May 5, 1813 

Amey, eldest daughter of Sheldon, and 

Ephraim Howard, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Lewis. Phenix of June 19, 1813 

Sabra and Benjamin Field, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Cano, Oct. 22, 1815 

Nathan, of Northboro, Mass., and .Sarah Ann 

Arnold, eldest daughter of Joseph, of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, March 25, 1816 

Philip M., Esq., of Scituate, and Eliza A. 

Taylor, daughter of late William, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 7, 18 17 

Samuel P. and Charlotte Blackington, at At- 
tleboro, by Rev. Mr. Nelson, June 28, 1820 
Mrs. Harriet K., second daughter of the late 

Col. Stephen Sheldon, and Israel G. Man- 
chester, at Scituate, by Rev. Charles Stone, Dec. 9, 1S21 
Peleg, Esq., of Providence, and Mrs. Amey 

Fenner, of Johnston, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, June 11, 1822 



288 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FISKE Samuel and Sally Kent, -youngest daugh- 
ter of George, both of Johnston, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Knight. Patriot of Aug. 17, 1822 

Rev. Wilbur, of Vermont, and Ruth Peck, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 9, 1823 

Clarissa H., of Providence, and Anthony 
Turner, of Augusta, Ga., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 18, 1823 

James, of Ellsworth, Me., and Mehitable 

Snow, of and at Providence. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1825 

Amos, of Providence, and Sarah Waterman, 

of and at Coventry, by Rev. Charles .Stone, Feb. 26, 1826 

Elisha and Olive Angell, at Scituate, by 

Elder Stowe, March 15, 1827 

Philip, of Providence, and Caroline Briggs, 
daughter of Samuel, of and at Coventry, by 
Rev, Mr. Tatem, May 20, 1827 

Peleg, of Providence, and Caroline A. Greene, 
daughter of Thomas, Esq., of and at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, June 21, 1827 

Lydia A., of Providence, and Samuel Long- 
ley, of New York, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Seamans, April 25, 1828 

Mary S.. of Providence, and Cyrus R. Bene- 
dict, of Utica, N. Y., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Seamans, April 25, 1828 

FITZGERLAND Edward and Mrs. Waitestill 
Ann Fenner, both of and at Johnston Pa- 
^^l^'^'triot of Dec. 28, 1822 

FITZHUGH John and Nancy Sharpe, near 

Washington City. Patriot of May 24, 1823 

FITZPATRICK Ann H., of Savannah, Ga„ 
and Samuel Macomber, of Providence, at 
Savannah, Feb. 5, 1812 

FITTS Almira and Joel Whitaker, both of and ' 

at Seekonk. Patriot of Dec. 26, 1827 

Almira and Joel Whitaker, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney, Dec. 30, 1827 

Harriet and William H. Hudson, both of 
Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Church, Nov. 19, 1829 

F"LAGG Mrs. Polly, 40, and Simon Allen, 20, at 

Bernardstown, Mass. Pheni.x of Feb. 14, 1807 

Sarah S. and William H. Mann, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 23, 1827 

Dr. John F. 11 and May H. Jackson, daugh- 
ter of Richard, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 3, 1827 

Mary W. and Dexter Hathaway, both of 
Smithfield, at Woonsocket Falls, Sept. 30, 1832 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 289 

FLARETY Sarah and Danie] Taylor, both of 

Hoston, at Providence, April 17, 181 3 

FLEET Malankton, of Jamaica, L. I., and Es- 
ther Freebody, only daughter of late Sam- 
uel, at Bristol, May 25, 1829 

FLEETWOOD Thomas and Mary B. Palmer, 

at Tiverton. Patriot of Sept. 21, 1S31 

FLEMING J. W.C. and Mary R. Rotch, daugh- 
ter of William, Jr., Esq., at New Bedford, Aug. i, 1S23 
George and Margaret Kiggins, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 12, 1832 

FLEMMING Sally Ann and Levi Alillard, at 

Providence, March 7, 1816 

FLETCHER Miss and Hon. Nathaniel 

Thurston, one of the Senators for Essex 
Co., Mass., his 7th wife, at Bradford, 
Mass. Phenix of July 22, 1809 

Thomas, Jr., and Charlotte E. Clarke, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 7, 1820 

Mary, of Pawtucket, and Solomon Rogers, of 

Smithfield, at Pawtucket. Patriot of June 29, 1S22 

Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas, and Joseph 
Briggs, formerly of Smithfield, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 9, 1S26 

Jane Boardman, third daughter of late 

Thomas, and Augustus Arnold, Oct. 22, 1S29 

Matilda and Asa Alexander Woolley, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 17, 1830 

William Snelling, of Providence, and Lucy 
Willard Dexter, daughter of Capt. Nathan- 
iel G. B., of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
P'rieze, Oct. 21, 1830 

Juliet, second daughter of Thomas, and 
Greene Clapp, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Nov. 8, 1831 

FLINN Dolly, of Woodstock, Ct.,and Dr. Willis 
Johnston, of Sturbridge, Mass., at Wood- 
stock, by Rev. Mr. Lyman, March 30, 1806 

FLINT Mr and Miss Steele, in 

England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 

FLIPPER Susan and James Nipper, in North 

Carolina. Phenix of Oct. 28, 1809 

FLATFORD William, 85, Soldier of the Revo- 
lution, and Chloe Allen, 45, at Summerfield, 
Va. Patriot of Sept. 11, 1830 

FLOYD Ann, daughter of the late General, and 
George Washington Clinton, son of the 
Vice President of the U. S., at New York. 
Phenix of Oct. 15, 1808 

FLYNT Mrs. Susannah, 44, and Ebenezer 

Graves, 68, at Baltimore. Patriot of May 27, 1820 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FOGG David and Henrietta Davis, both of 
Salem Co, N. J., at Petersburg, by Zac- 
cheas Ray, Esq., Sept. 15, 1821 

Francis B., Esq., attorney, formerly of New- 
port, and Mary Rutledge, daughter of 
Major Henry M., of and at Nashville, Tenn. 
Patriot of Nov. 12, 1823 

FOLGER Susan, 24, and Benjamin Pell, 69, of 

New York, at Nantucket. Phenix of June 4, 1808 

FOLLETT Melinda, daughter of Comfort, and 
Ellis Cooke, both of and at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, July 2, 1820 

Oliver, of Cumberland, and Levina Pickering, 
of Bellingham, Mass., at Cumberland, by 
Nathan Arnold, Esq., March 18, 1821 

Rosanna, daughter of Luther, of Cumber- 
land, and Virgil Blake, of Wrentham, 
Mass., at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 25, 1821 

Elice and Adelia A. Arnold, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Jabez Amesbury, Esq., Nov. 7, 1822 

Polly, daughter of Luther, and Amos Cooke, 
Jr , both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, March 30, 1823 

Polly and Cyrus Bullock, at Rehoboth. Pa- 
triot of June II, 1823 

Lewis, of Cumberland, and Rebecca Mathevv- 
son, of and at Smithfield, youngest daugh- 
ter of Joseph, June 10, 1824 

Isaac, of Cumberland, and Ann Eliza Rem- 
ington, of and at Smithfield. Patriot of July 16, 1825 

Seth, of Grafton, Mass., and Mary S. Nolan, 
of and at Shrewsbury, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Jacobs. Patriot of April 26, 1826 

FOLSOM Thomas, Esq., and Elizabeth Laigh- 

ton, at Portsmouth. Patriot of Nov. 21, 1829 

F0NERDP:N Ann, daughter of Adam, Esq , of 
Baltimore, and E. S. Thomas, at Charles- 
ton, S. C. Phenix of Jan. 18, 1806 
FORBUSH Mary Ann and Leland Bachellor, at 

Grafton. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1832 

FORD Thomas and Eliza Fuller, daughter of 
Liscomb, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phenix of May 14, 1814 

James, attorney at law, and Dorcas Adams, 

both of and at Fall River. Patriot of Sept. 25, 1824 

Patience, of Glocester, and Amos Williams, 
of Foster, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Jan. 4, 1826 

FORGOT Julia and James McConnell, at 

Natchez. Phenix of Oct. 14, 1809 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES ^Ql 

FORKS Mrs. Sally, of North Providence, and 

VVinsor Merethevv, of and at Huntsville, 

N. Y., June 3, 1824 

FORRESTER Eleanor, daughter of Capt. 

Simon, and Thomas Carlile, pastor of St. 

Peter's Church, at Salem, by Rev. Mr. 

Abbott. Phenix of July 6, 1816 

FORSTER John M., 40, and Lucy Plant, 18, 

daughter of Ethel, at Freehold, N. Y. 

Pheni.x of Sept. 17, 1803 

Lydia and David Beal, Jr., both of Kingston, 

Mass., at Providence. Phenix of Jan. 28, 1S09 

FORT Peter, of Hartford, Ct., and Celia Dem- 

ing, daughter of Capt. Morris, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 1S25 

FORTH Hannah H , of North Providence, and 

Bat Hunt, of North Kingstown, at East 

Greenwich, 
FOSDICK Frances and Benjamin Smith, of 

Providence, merchant, at Portland, Me., 
James W. and Abigail D. Comstock, daugh- 
ter of late Dr. Ephraim, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
James VV. and Maria Thurber, daughter of 

late Edward, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Abby C, daughter of James W., of Provi- 
dence, and John B. James, of and at New 

York, Patriot of 
FOSS John and Sarah B. Slade, both of and at 

Smithfield. Patriot of 
BOOSTER Hon. Theodore and Esther Bowen 

Millard, daughter of Noah, Jr., of Foster, 

at Mt. Hygeria, P'oster, by Rev. John Will- 
iams, July 20, 1803 
Theodore A., Esq.. attorney at law, of Provi- 
dence, and Julia Greene, daughter of Jacob, 

of and at Coventry, Dec. 12, 1804 

John D. and Amey Sprague, daughter of 

Jonathan, Esq., at Cranston, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Feb. 3, 1805 

Elizabeth and Thomas Perry, cashier of 

Washington Bank, at Hopkmton. Phenix 

of Nov. 26, 1808 

Maria W., 11, and George Thomas, 18, at 

Kingston, Mass. Phenix of May 26, 1810 

Daniel, of Newburyport, and Charry Tuller, 

daughter of Rev. Martin, of Royalton, Vt., 

at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Shephard, May 16, 181 1 



Aug. 29, 


1822 


March i. 


1803 


May 2, 


1814 


Jan. 27, 


1818 


Oct. 13, 


1832 


Dec. 12, 


1829 



292 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FOSTER Peregrim P. and Rebecca Brown, 

both of Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Curtis Phenix of Dec. 5, 1812 

Charles O. and Sarah Pitcher, daughter of 

late Lemuel, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Aug. 5, 1813 

Elizabeth, daughter of Jesse, and Asa Win- 

sor, both of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

Williams. Phenix of Nov. 27, 18 13 

Major Charles and Mary C. Drake, both of 

Taunton, at Providence, Oct. 3, 1814 

Aseneth O., daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., 

and John C. Dodge, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at St. John's 

Church, Feb. 24, 1818 

Sarah, daughter of Jesse, of Smithfield, and 

Capt. Joseph Clarke, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Nov. 14, 1819 

Robert W. and Mary Ann Simmons, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown. 

Patriot of Aug. 9, 1823 

John, of Bath, and Ardelia P. Lawton, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1823 

Col. Charles C, formerly of Providence, and 

Leonora Hall, daughter of Thomas, of and 

at Sparta, Ala. Patriot of June 5, 1824 

Benjamin and Sarah Norton, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of Oct. 20, 1824 

Benjamin T., of Providence, and Zeolide W. 

]-5rown, of Wrentham, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 30, 1825 

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. Dr. Edes, Jan. 10, 1828 

Capt. Freeman, of Scituate, Mass., and Eliza 

Thompson, daughter of late John, Esq., of 

Providence, at New York. Patriot of Sept. 24, 1828 

Sophronia, of Cranston, and Richard M. Fen- 

ner, of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 12, 1828 

William, of Charlestown, Mass., and Elizabeth 

Wheeler, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, April 6, 1829 

Elizabeth S., daughter of William, of New 

York, and Nicholas S. Winsor, cashier of 

the Smithfield National Bank, at Glocester, 

by Rev. Mr. Allen. Patriot of Nov. 19, 1831 

FOUSHEE Isabella, daughter of Dr. William, 

and Thomas Ritchie, editor of the En- 
quirer, at Richmond, Va. Phenix of March 14, 1807 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 293 

FOWLE Maria, daughter of John, Esq., of VVa- 
tertown, Mass., and Abiathan G. Britton, 
Esq., attorney at law, of O.xford, N. H., at 
Providence, by WiUiam Jones, Esq., Nov. 7, 1S09 

Eliza, of Watertovvn, and Charles Smith, of 

Boston, at Providence. Pheni.x of Dec. 12, 1812 

FOWLER Sarah and Edward Martin, at Al- 
bany. Pheni.x of May 18, iSir 

Lydia, daughter of late Dr. Isaac, and Joseph 
Earle, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, Jan. 24, 1 81 3 

Harriet, daughter of Christopher, Esq., and 
Samuel Fowler Gardiner, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Pheni.x of June 29, 1816 

Sarah, of Newport, and Jacf)b Pinckney, of 
North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, May 24, 1818 

George S. and Hannah Weeden, daughter of 

John, at North Kingstown. Patriot of June 30, 1819 

Mary Ann, of Yonkers, N. Y., and Lewis 
Peck, formerly of Providence, in New 
York, by Rev. Mr. McClay, July i, 1819 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Slocum, and 
Thomas S. Stanhope, at Newport. Patriot 
of June 28, 1820 

Knock and Lydia Bullock, daughter of Abel, 
both of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, Nov. 26, 1820 

Sophia, a pupil, and Rev, Thomas H. Gal- 
laudit, one of the Governors of the Deaf 
and Dumb Institute at Hartford, at Guil- 
ford, Ct. Patriot of Sept. 12, 1821 

Eliza Cutter and Ebenezer Seatle, both of 
and at Newport. Patriot of May 26, 1824 

Isaac and Ann Borden, both of F"all River, 
at Assonet. Patriot of March 23, 1825 

Rev. William C. and Mrs. Harriet Cobb, 
daughter of Noah Webster, Esq., at New 
Haven. Patriot of Aug. 6, 1825 

Martha, daughter of Christopher, of New- 
port, and William Littlefield, of Tennes- 
see, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1S25 

Ann, of Newport, and Serrell E. Sweet, of 

and at Johnston, Dec. 20, 1827 

Julia, daughter of late Dr. Isaac, and John 
Marvell, of Wellington, Mass., at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Vernon, Jan. 24, 1828 

Damaries and Arnold Pettis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Feb. 28, 1828 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FOWLER Nancy Clarke, daughter of Christo- 
pher, Esq., and Lieut. Alexander Dallis 
Bache, U. S. Corps of Engineers, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Sept. 30, 1828 

Hannah, daughter of John, and Edward Sea- 
grave, of Cumberland, she was of North- 
bridge, at said place, by John Fowler, Esq., Dec. 24, 1829 

Frances, youngest daughter of late Christo- 
pher, and William Sullivan Randolph, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, July 19, 183 1 

Samuel M., editor of the Pawtucket Chroni- 
cle, and Mary Collins, daughter of Capt. 
William, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Welsh. Patriot of July 21, 1830 

Mary Ann and Hiram Hill, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickermg, June 13, 1832 

FOX Lucy K. and Otis Sweet, at Providence. 

Pheni.x of Aug. 14, 1S13 

Mary A. and James E. Rhodes, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 8, 1818 

Esther H., daughter of Dea. S , and 

Elias B. Chappell, of Westerly, at Water- 
ford, Ct. Patriot of Jan. 26, 1820 

George W. and Sarah Pottle, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. LJr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1821 

Elizabeth K. and John Stagg, of Charles 
City, Va., in Herrico Co., Va., by Rev. 
William H. Hart, Feb. 6, 1823 

Elizabeth K. and John Stagg, at Richmond, 
Va., by Rev. Parson Hart. Patriot of March 8, 1823 

FRADPLN John and Hannah Salisbury, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Dec. 3, 1829 

FRANCOUR Maria and Willard Sayles, at 

Wrentham. Phenix of June 22, 1816 

FRANKLIN Henry P., merchant, and Hannah 

Cooke, daughter of the late Daniel, Esq., Dec. 18, 1804 

Henry P., of Providence, and Charlotte Bick- 
nell, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of Cum- 
berland, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wat- 
son, March 29, i8i2 

Jeremiah and Almy Albro, at Coventry, by 

Rev. Mr. Palmer. Patriot of June 9,1819 

Viall and Mary Hawkins, daughter of Darius, 
both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, Feb. 23, 1820 

George B. and Abby Ann Springer, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Isaac, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano. Feb. 6, 1825 

Eliza, daughter of Robert, and James C. 

Easton, both of and at Newport, April 5, 1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 29 5 

FRANKLIN Charles H. and Mary Ann Paine, 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, April 15. 1827 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Henry P., and Amos 

D. Smith, Nov. 7, 1827 

Elisha and Sarah Williston, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 21, 1828 

Betsey B. and Benjamin B. Slade, both of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bonney. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 30, 1829 

William B., of Taunton, and Sarah M. 
Richards, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Wright. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1S29 

FRANKS John, printer, and Mary Tuttle, of 

Georgetown, at Washington. Pheni.x of Jan. 27, 18 10 

FREAKE Miss and Mr.- Spry; in 

England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1S09 

FREYMOUTH Benjamin V., printer, and Ann 

Fausset, at Philadelphia. Pheni.x of July 4, 1807 

FREEBODY William, of Newport, and Susan 
W. Slocum, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pitman. Patriot of Aug. 25, 1819 

Sarah D., daughter of William, and Capt. 
Joseph G. Steavens, both of and at New- 
port. Patriot of Oct. 28, 1820 

Mary G., daughter of William, of Newport, 
and William R. Phillips, of Providence, at 
Newport. Patriot of April 11, 1821 

Charles T. and Hannah R. Mumford, daugh- 
ter of John, both of and at Newport. Pa- 
triot of June 29, 1822 

Lydia E., of Newport, and John C. Thomp- 
son, of Providence, at Newport, Nov. 4, 1827 

Esther, only daughter of late Samuel, and 
Malankton Fleet, of Jamaica, L. I., at Bris- 
tol, May 25, 1829 

Elizabeth N., youngest daughter of William, 
of Newport, and James W. Gladding, of 
Providence, at Newport, Nov. 12, 1832 

FREEBORN Henry and Hannah Sisson, daugh- 
ter of Richard, of Portsmouth, at New- 
port. Patriot of Jan. 9, 1819 

Isaac and Judith Hambley, daughter of 
Peleg, both of and at Portsmouth, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilbur, May 10, 1822 

Ann, daughter of Henry, and George W. 

Lake, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, March 17, 1824 

Mary Ann and Barzillai Fish, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of May 26, 1824 

Mary S., daughter of Henry, and Michael 

Callahan, at Newport. Patriot of July 31, 1822 



296 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FREEBORN Capt. Gideon and Freelove N. 
Weeden, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Gale, 

Marcy, daughter of late Capt. , of Wick- 
ford, and Pardon D. Tillingha.st, of Provi- 
dence, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Gale, 

Elizabeth and Josiah Chace, both of and at 
Portsmouth, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Mary C. and Daniel McCartee, at Newport. 
Patriot of 

Mary Ann, daughter of John, and Isaac Law- 
ton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Ganimell, 

Frances P. and Asa B. Waite, both of and 
at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, 

Hannah, daughter of Benjamin, of Ports- 
mouth, and Joseph C. Peckham, of Provi- 
dence, at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Baltimore, 
FREEMAN Nancy, of Providence, and Amasa 
Jones, of Wrentham, at Providence, by 
William B. Martin, PIsq., 

Mary, eldest daughter of Haskell, Esq., and 
Joseph Caldwell, merchant, at Barre, Mass. 
Pheni.x of 

Mary and Amos Daniels, both of and at Men- 
don. Pheni.x of 

Gabriel, of Virginia, and Lucy S. Blackwell, 
at Augusta, Ga. Phenix of 

Lucinda, of Attleboro, and Lewis Armstrong, 
of Rehoboth, at Attleboro, 

Polly, of Attleboro, and Abel Tripp, at Re- 
hoboth, 

Delia, daughter of Major Salisbury, and Thad- 
deus Prentice, at Smithfield. Phenix of 

George W. and Sarah Salisbury, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev, Mr. li.iker, 

Eli and Worthy Whipple, daughter of Wil- 
liam, both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, 

Fidelia, daughter of Salisbury, of Cumber- 
land, and George W. Eddy, of Smithfield, 
at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Whipple and Mrs. Susannah Webber, both 
of Smithfield, by Benjamin Peck, Esq., 

Sarah and William Read, both of and at Cum- 
berland, 

William, of Attleboro, and Mary Slocum, of 
and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 
Patriot of 

Eliza and Gushing Brown, Jr., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Nov. 13, 


1825 


April 9, 


1826 


Aug. 9, 


1826 


Oct. 4, 


1826 


Dec. ;, 


1826 


Feb. 4, 


1830 


May 12, 


1831 


April 7, 


1805 


Feb. 21, 


1807 


Dec. 12, 


1807 


July 29, 


1809 


July 14, 


1813 


Oct. 26, 


1814 


Nov. 18, 


18 1 5 


April 6, 


1817 


May 6, 


1821 


May 13, 


1821 


Sept. 4, 


1821 


Aug. 8, 


1822 


Nov. 15, 


1826 


April 24, 


1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



291 



FREEMAN Marshall G., of Pruvidence, and 
Eluropee Stafford, at Natick Village. 
Patriot of 

Benjamin W. and Mary G. Howard, at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of 

Elizabeth C., of Boston, and G. Handy, of 
Bristol, at Boston. Patriot of 

Nathaniel and Elsie D. Whipple, whose hus- 
band was murdered by Jesse Strong, at 
New Brunswick, N. J. Patriot of 

Margaret and Benjamin Bartlett, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. Patriot of 

Mrs. Hannah and Benjamin Dearborn, at 
Boston. Patriot of 
FRENCH Eliza and James Peckham, formerly 
of Providence, at Salem, Mass. Pheni.x of 

Sally and Edward Kellogg, printer, at New 
Hartford, N. Y. Phenlx of 

Eliza, of Rehoboth, and Henry IMa.xcy, of 
Attleboro, at Providence. Phenix of 

Eikanah and Ruth S. Finney, at ]5ristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes. Phenix of 

Lieut. Ezra and Nancy Bullock, both of At- 
tleboro, at Rehoboth, 

Ebenezer, one of the editors of the Baltimore 
Patriot, and Caroline Hargrove, at Balti- 
more, Md., by Rev. Air. Hargrove, l^he- 
nix of 

Hannah and Benjamin Bucklin. both of and 
at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

William, of South Kingstown, and Sally 
Gardiner, of and at North Kingstown, by 
Rev. Mr. North up, 

Ezra and Ann Smith, both of and at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Mary, daughter of Abel, Esq., of Seekonk, 
Mass , and Roswell Philips, of Eaton, Mad- 
ison Co., N. Y., at Providence, 

Mary, of Seekonk, and Roswell Phillips, of 
Eaton, Madison Co., N. Y.. at Providence, 

Bethiah and David White, both of Attleboro, 
at Rehoboth, 

Nancy and Thomas Richards, both of and at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Betsey and Spencer Richards, at Attleboro, 

Cassander and Adeline Strange, at l^erkeley, 
Mass., 

Olive and James Lord, both of Attleboro, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Josiah, 48, and Miss Betsey Jackman, 40, his 
5th wife, at Solon, Me. Patriot of 



June 25, 


1828 


Aug. 6, 


1828 


Oct. I, 


182S 


Jan. 21, 


1829 


Feb. 6, 


1830 


Feb. 24, 


1S30 


Jan. 24, 


1807 


Nov. 26, 


1808 


Oct. 21, 


1809 


June 29, 


181 1 


April I, 


1813 


March 5, 


1814 


May 29, 


1814 


Feb. 2, 


1815 


Dec. 7, 


1S15 


Feb. 27, 


1816 


Feb. 27, 


1816 


Dec. 28, 


1S17 


April 19, 
Dec. 2, 


iSiS 
1819 


May 13, 


1822 


July 4, 


1S23 


Jan. 31, 


1S24 



298 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FRENCH Otis and Martha A. Baker, both of 

and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Oct. 2i, 1824 

John R., of P"all River, and Sarah Caroline 

Weekes, of and at Wilmington, N. C, April 5, 1827 

Benjamin, of Ro.xbury, Mass., and Hannah 
Wheelock, formerly of Shrewsbury, Mass., 
at Cumberland, Nov. 11, 1827 

Harvey, of Providence, and Mrs. Lydia L. 
Peck, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Barney, Nov. 29, 1827 

Dea. Enos and Mrs. Mary Earle, at Fall 

River, Sept. 23, 1828 

Elizabeth P., daughter of late Ephraim, and 
Major Borden, at P'all River Village, by 
Rev. Mr. Ross, Dec. 24, 1828 

William S. and Cynthia Briggs, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of Nov. 25, 1829 

Sarah, of Tewkesbury, and Richard H. Bur- 
ton, editor of Something New, at Charles- 
town, Mass. Patriot of July 28, 1830 
FRANCIS I, Emperor of Austria, and Charlotte 
Augusta, Princess of Bavaria, and late but 
divorced wife of the Prince Royal, now 
King of Wurtemberg. She is in her 25th 
and he in his 49th year, at Munich, Oct. 29, 1816 

Simeon, Jr., one of the editors ot the Advo- 
cate, and Eliza Ramsay, at New London, 
Ct. Patriot of Dec. 20, 18.20 

John, one of the publishers of the Times, and 

Adelia S. Bowles, at Hartford, Ct., Nov. 19, 182 1 

John Brown and Ann Carter Brown, only 
daughter of Nicholas, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Messer, June 18, 1822 

Lucy and James English, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of April 21, 1824 

Thomas and Mary McDonnell, both of and 

at New York, Feb. i, 1825 

Thomas, formerly of Boston, and Polly Har- 
vey, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Ludlow, May 30, 1825 

Fanny and Ebenezer Lee, at Taunton, Dec. 11, 1825 

Catharme, daughter of Dea. Peleg, and Will- 
iam Boyd, at Taunton. Patriot of April 29, 1826 

Mary and John Burrell, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, July 13, 1828 

Elisha and Mrs. Margaret Alexander, both 
of North Providence, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 19, 1828 

Celia Ann, of Thompson, Ct., and Edward 
K. Bowen, of Providence, at Thompson, 
by Rev. Mr. Graves, Dec. 29, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



299 



FRANCIS John Brown, of Warwick, and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Harrison, of and at Philadel- 
phia. Patriot of June 6, 1832 

FRICKETT Miss ~ and Mr. Grace; 

in England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 

FRIEND Mary, of Newport, and Peter Glad- 
ding, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Tay- 
lor, Dec. 10, 1826 

FRINK Eliza and James Haile, both of and at 

Warren. Patriot of June 4, 1825 

FRITH Sarah W., of Savannah, and Joseph R. 
Aborn, formerly of Providence, at Savan- 
nah, by Rev. Mr. Snodgrass. Patriot of June 19, 1822 

FRIZELL Calvin W. and Rosannah Whitte- 
more, both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by 
Elder Allen, Sept. 25, 1825 

FROST William R. and Sarah A. Smith, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 26, 181 8 
Walter, of I-Joston, and Esther Ingraham, 
daughter of Jabel, Esq., at Pawtucket. 
Patriot of March 12, 1825 

FROTHINGHAM Hannah, daughter of the 

late Nathaniel, and Col. liarle Potter, April 13, 1806 

Ebenezer, of Boston, and Sophia Sweet, 
daughter of late Capt. Simon, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April S, 1810 

FRUIT Elizabeth, 54, and Jacob Harmer, 22; in 

North Carolina. Patriot of Jan. 12, 1S20 

FRY Allen and Mrs. Judith Winslow, at East 

Greenwich, Dec. 20, 1807 

Richard and Waitey Phillips, second daugh- 
ter of Asa, at Foster, O 181 1 
Eleanor, daughter of Thomas, and Dr. 
Charles Eldredge, at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Dr. Parker, Nov. 19, 1820 
Alice, of Vinal Haven, and Henry Pierce, 
of Rhode Island, at Vinal Haven, Me. 
Patriot of Jan. g, 1822 
Abby Ann, of Providence, and William G. 
Cramp, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. i, 1824 
Ruth, daughter of Thomas, of East Green- 
wich, and Joseph Arnold, of North Kings- 
town, at former place, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Nov. 26, 1826 
Mary P'lagg and Edward P. Knowles, both 

of' and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 4, 1827 

Nicholas S., of East Greenwich, and Esther 
C. Reynolds, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., 
of North Kingstown, at VVickford. Pa- 
triot of March 19, 1828 



300 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FRY Harriet and Robert C. Corey, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. IVIr. Sanborn, March 18, 1830 
FULLER Eliza H., daughter of Sylvester, of 
Providence, and Capt. Richard Colony, of 
Belfast, Me., at Providence, by Rev Mr. 
Wilson. Pheni.K of Aug. 27, 1803 

Joseph and Betsey Gonsolve, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Nov. 16, 1806 

Micah, 22, and Kitty Winchester, 62, at 

Bristol, Eng. Phenix of March 7, 1807 

Susan O. and Dr. Benjamin Pope, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev, Mr. Edes, April 6, 1807 

Phebe and William Peirce, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 3, 1810 

Dr. Jacob, of Providence, and Abigail Paine, 

of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Jan. 27, 181 1 

Charry, daughter of Rev. Martin, of Royal- 
ton, Vt., and Daniel Foster, of Newbury- 
port, at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Sheperd, May 16, 181 1 

Levi and Charlotte Barrows, at Thetford, Vt. 
The groom is 6 ft 9 m tall while the bride 
is very short in stature. Phenix of 

Ann and John Sadler, at Attleboro, 

Eliza, daughter of Liscomb, and Thomas 
Fard, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. Phenix of 

Levi and Marv Peck, both of and at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Hill. 

Noah, of Seekonk, and Corrina Pearce, of and 
at Rehoboth, by Sebra Lawton, Esq., 

Abby P., only daughter of Joseph, and An- 
thony B. Arnold, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22, 1816 

Dea. Joseph and Mrs. Anna Walker, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Osborn, June 17, 1817 

Jeremiah and Mary Fenner, both of and at 

Scituate, by Rev R Knight, May 23, 18 19 

Isaiah P. and Esther M. Bly, daughter of 
Oliver, both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, Jan. 23, 1820 

Amasa and Anna Harris, both of Attleboro, 
at Providence, Aug. 26, 1820 

Mary, of Rehoboth, and Arthur Chandler, of 
Plymouth, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, Nov. 14, 1820 

Orra Maria and William Culverson, both of 

and at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Feb. 17, 1823 

David, of Dedham, and Abby Northup, of 
Newport, at Providence, May 9, 1824 



June 15, 
Oct. 31, 


1811 
1813 


May 14, 


1814 


Dec. II, 


1814 


Dec. 17, 


1815 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 30 

FULLER Eliza G., daughter of late Joseph, 
and William W. Harris, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow. Patriot of Nov. 6, 1824 

Joshua and Sarah H. Horton, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Whipple, July 16, 1826 

Clarke and Almira Elddy, daughter of late 
Samuel, both of and at North Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Aug. 29, 1826 

John, of New Bedford, and Sarah D. P2aster- 
brooks, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, ' May i, 1S27 

Rev. Jasiel P. and Adeline T. Cady, daughter ^^,' 

of Isaac P., Esq., both of andat Safford, Ct., Junes, 1827 

Caleb and Leafy Handy, both of and at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Nov. 22, 1827 

Zachariah R. and Ciudenlla Inman, both of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Jan. 24, 1828 

Hannah F. and Joseph W R. Millett, at 
Providence, by Re\'. Mr. Pickering. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 16, 1829 

Rev. Samuel, Jr., Rector of Grace Church, 
I'rovidence, and Charlotte R. Greenleaf, 
daughter of Simon, Esq. Patriot of July 21, 1830 

Ann Eliza and Gideon B. Sweet, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 14, 1831 

Benjamin C. and Eliza Bishop, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 4, 1832 

FULLERTON Phebe Maria T, 13, and John 

Richardson, 15, at Baltimore. , Pheni.x of Feb. 14, 1S07 

William, 63, and Nancy Wild, 49, after 27 
years' courtship, at Hammersmith, Eng. 
Pheni.x of March 7, 1807 

FURNANCE Mrs. Elizabeth and Simeon Mc- 
Intyre, both of Mendon, Mass., at Cumber- 
land, by N. Arnold, Esq. Patriot of Aug. 11, 1819 



G 



GABRIEL Louisa P. and Eddy Harding, both 

of and at Olneyviile, by Rev. Mr. Cheeney, Feb. Ii, 1830 
GAGE Cassandra, of North Providence, and 

Jesse Clarke, of Sharon, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Cornell, Jan. 10, 1813 

Rhoda, daughter of Aaron, of Monson, Mass., 

and Erastus F. Knowlton, of Providence, 

at Monson, by E. Whitaker, Esq., May 16, 1820 



302 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GAGE Laura Ann, of Pawtucket, and William 

Sutton, Jr., of and at Providence. Patriot 

of Feb. 10, 1 82 1 

Marinda and Berton Grant, both of and at 

the Chocolate Mill, near Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 29, 1822 

Marinda, daughter of Capt. Anthony, and 

Preston Grant, at the Chocolate Mills, 

near Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 29, 1822 

Hannah Ann, of Seekonk, and Lyndon 

Jenckes, Esq., of North Providence, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 17, 1823 

Almira R. and Philip Baker, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, Aug. 26, 1824 
Benjamin and Sarah S. Christian, at New 

Bedford, by Rev. Mr. Howe, Feb. 5, 1826 

Ruth and Frederick S. Macomber, both of 

and at Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Jan. 15, 1827 

GAIR Rebecca S. and William Russell, March 30, 1807 

GALE Thaddeus, 43, and Harriet Bates, 11, at 

East Hartford, Ct. Phenix of Aug. 10, 1805 

Susan, of Concord, and Jeremiah Page Ray- 
mond, of Weare, at Concord, Mass. Phe- 
nix of Oct. 21, 1809 
Rev. Elbridge, of Wickford, and Louisa 

Haven, of and at Framingham, Mass. Pa- 
triot of April 12, 1826 
GALLAGHAR Lieut. Joseph S , U. S. Army, 

and Susan Snowdon, daughter of Rev. 

Samuel V., at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. 

Patriot of Oct. 5, 1825 

Anthony and Mary Brown, of Warwick, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Carry, Nov. 21, 1832 

GALLANDET Rev. Thomas H., one of the 

Governors of the Deaf and Dumb Insti- 
tute at Hartford, and Sophia Fowler, a 

pupil of said institution, at Guilford, Ct. 

Patriot of Sept. 12, 1821 

GALLOWAY John and Maria Warner, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr Horton, July 23, 1832 

GALLUP Cynthia and Richard Wheeler, 2d, of 

Stonington, at Groton. Patriot of Jan. 12, 1825 

Julia, and Joseph S. Williams, of Stonington, 

at Groton. I^atriot of Jan. 12, 1825 

GALTON Mrs. H., 47, and Henry Tanton, 95. 

The groom lived with his first wife 74 

years by whom he had 7 children, the 

youngest is 60 years. At Bath, Eng. 

Patriot of July 27, 1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



303 



GANO Clarissa A., daughter of Rev. Gano, of 
Providence, and John N. Robins, of New 
York, at Providence, by Rev, Mr. Pitman, March i6, 1818 

EHza Brown, youngest daughter of Rev. 
Stephen, and Joseph Rogers, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 7, 1821 

Maria T., daughter of Rev. Stephen, and Rev. 
Henry Jackson, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 11, 1822 

Sarah S,, daughter of Rev. Dr. Gano, and 
Rev. Peter Ludlow, both of and at Provi- 
dence, Nov. 22, 1824 
GARCIA Marie F"elicite, and Eugene Malibran, 
Esq., both of the Italian Opera Company; 
in New York. Patriot of April i, 1826 
GARDINER Robert C, Esq., of South Kings- 
town, and Julia Day, at Catskill, N. Y. 
Pheni.x of April 14, 1804 

Albert W., of Middletown, and Sally How- 
land, of Newport, daughter of late Job, at 
Newport. Phenix of June 8, 1805 

Benjamin W., of E.xeter, and Ruth Eddy, 

daughter of Barnard, of and at Providence, April 2, 1807 

Peleg and Abby Brown, daughter of the late 

John, at Swanzey. Phenix of Feb. 18, 1809 

Betsey S., only daughter of Capt. John, of 
Gardmers Neck, and Bennett H. Wheeler, 
Co ICditor of Columbian, at Swanzey, 
by Rev. Mr. Slad*-. Phenix of March 5, 1809 

Samuel F. and Sarah Brayton, daughter of 
Robert, of Newport, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Phenix of July 8, 1809 

Job W., of Providence, and Harriet Rich- 
mond, daughter of Thomas B., Esq., of 
Dighton, Mass., at Bristol, by Rev. Wight, Jan. 22, 1810 

William and Eliza Card, at Newport. Phe- 
nix of March 3, 18 10 
[Issue of March loth says this is prema- 
ture.] 

Augustus and Catharine Greene, 5th daugh- 
ter of Joseph, at East Greenwich. Phe- 
nix of Oct. 13, 1810 

Ann, daughter of Capt. James, of Newport, 
and Capt. Norman Hurd, of New York, at 
Newport, Oct. 6, 181 1 

Mrs. Martha and Stephen Tripp, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1S15 

Sally, of North Kingstown, and William 
French, of South Kingstown, at former 
place, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Feb. 2, 181 5 



304 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GARDINER Mary, of East Greenwich, and 

Samuel G. Bowen, of Warwick, at former 

place, by Rev. Mr. Waldo, Dec. 8, 1815 

Betsey, daughter of Stephen, and Richard 

Lesure, of Providence, at Swanzey, March 10, 1816 

Eliza, daughter ot Samuel, and Hail Mason, 

at Swanzey, March 10, 1S16 

Dorcas, daughter of late Paul, and William 

Peckham, of South Kingstown, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Nantucket, April 26, 18 16 

Samuel Fowler and Harriet Fowler, daugh- 
ter of Christopher, Esq., at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Pheni.x of June 29, 1816 

James S., of Rehoboth, and Hannah M. 

Horton, of and at Warren, Jan. 8, 181S 

Ambrose, of Providence, and Olive Mason, 

of and at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Slade, May 10, 1818 

Samuel E., Jr., and Patience R. Aborn, 

daughter of Capt. Jonathan, both of and 

at Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Preston. Phenix 

of July II, 1818 

Martha C, daughter of Peleg, dec, and 

Rowland B. Gardiner, of South Kingstown, 

at Exeter, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, March 31, 1819 

Rowland B., of South Kingstown, and 

Martha C. Gardiner, daughter of Peleg, 

dec, at Exeter, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, March 31, 1819 

Silas and Mary Sinkings, daughter of late 

Arnold, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. liddy. 

Patriot of Jan. 26, 1820 

Martha O., of Newport, and Francis C. C. 

F. C. Snow, of New Orleans, at Newport. 

Patriot of Sept. 16, 1820 

Peleg W., of Providence, and Rhoda I^owen, 

youngest daughter of Elisha, of and at 

Scituate, Oct. 25, 1820 

Christopher and Mary Fellows, at South 

Kingstown. Patriot of Jan. 31, 1821 

Martha, of Swanzey, and Thomas Gray, of 

Bristol, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, June 6, 1821 

Jeremiah, of East Greenwich, and Maria 

Holmes, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, July 29, 1821 

Sally, daughter of Oliver, and John Tanner, 

at South Kingstown. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1821 

.Mary Ann and William B. Perry, at New- 
port. Patriot of Dec. i, 1821 
Ju:ia Ann, daughter of Nicholas R., and 

Samuel Slack, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Oathman, Dec. 23, 1821 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



305 



GARDINER John and Kliza VVeeden, daughter 
of late Capt. James, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

John R., of Prince Edwards Island, and 
Mary Gardiner, daughter of Amos, of and 
at North Kingstown. Patriot of 

Mary, daughter of Amos, of North Kings- 
town, and John R. Gardiner, of Prince 
Edwards Island, at former place. Patriot 
of 

Mary, daughter of Capt. James, of Newport, 
and Ralph Post, at Chatham, Ct. Patriot 
of 

Sally Ann, of North Kingstowr.and Edmund 
Sheffield, of Westerly, at former place. 
Patriot of 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of late Robert Brayton, 
of Newport, and William Bailey, of Mid- 
dletown, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

William and Elizabeth Gates, daughter of 
Capt. Asa, at Newport. Patriot of 

Mary Ann, daughter of late Peleg, and Tim- 
othy C. Collins, of Hopkinton, at F"riends' 
Meeting House, Portsmouth. Patriot of 

Mary Ann, of Nantucket, and Israel Wil- 
liams, at Valley Falls, 

Ceazer, of Boston, and Angelina Brenton, 
eldest daughter of Scipio, of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Thomas Jefferson and Rebecca K. Bradford, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge, 

Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Edward C. 
and Hiram A. Perry, both of Newport, at 
New York, at Zion's Church, by Rev. Mr. 
Britnell, 

Joseph and Lucy Northup, at Central Falls, 
by Rev. Mr. Greene, 

Elizabeth, 12, daughter of Capt. Andrew, 
and Nathaniel Cole, 20, both of Leverett, 
at Shutesbury, Mass. Patriot of 

Sarah, daughter of late William, of Swanzey, 
and Martin E. Burden, of Providence, at 
Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

Nicholas and Abigail Arnold, both of and at 
Exeter, by Rev. Mr. Palmer, 

Eunice and Samuel R. Goss, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

Amey, daughter of Vincent, of North 
Kingstown, and Samuel Brown, of South 



Jan. 28, 


1822 


June 29, 


1822 


June 29, 


1822 


Sept. 1 1, 


1822 


June 18, 


1823 


June 30, 


1823 


Aug. 6, 


1823 


Oct. 15, 


1823 


Nov. 20, 


1S23 


Aug. 22, 


1824 


Sept. 16, 


1S24 


July 17, 


1825 


July 31, 


1825 



Sept. 17, 

Nov. 6, 

March 16, 

May 24, 



825 

S25 
826 
826 



306 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GARDINER : 

Kingstown, at former place, by Rev. Will- 
iam North up, 

Sarah, daughter of Zenas, of Nantucket, and 
Welcome A. Greene, of Providence, at 
Nantucket, 

Zerviah, of Swanzey, and Capt. John Mason, 
of Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 
Taylor. Patriot of 

Nathan A. and Mercy Reynolds, both of 
E.xeter, at Warwick, 

Susan O., daughter of Lyman, of South 
Kingstown, and David Nason, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Anthony, 

Nicholas V. and Hannah Baker, at Wick- 
ford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Joseph M., of Providence, and Susan John- 
ston, of and at Worcester. Patriot of 

John H., of Jamestown, and Hannah D. 
Allen, daughter of Samuel D., of and at 
North Kingstown, 

William O. and Mercy Ann Northup, at 
Apponaug, 

Ambrose and Rispah S. Smith, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Johnson, M. D., of Pawtucket, and Phebe 
L. Sisson, only daughter of Aaron, of and 
at Seekonk, by Rev. J. O. Barney, 

Mrs. Mary F.., daughter of late Capt. Ar- 
nold Sinkins, and Benjamin Mumford, all 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Margaret H., of Salem, Mass., and Joseph 
B. Hoyt, of Utica, N. Y., at Salem. Pat- 
triot of 

Mary Ann, of North Kingstown, and Henry 
A. Howland, of Providence, at North 
Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

Amey Easton, youngest daughter of late 
Samuel E., of Wickford, and George Har- 
ris Mowry, at Smithfield, 

Nicholas, of Providence, and Lucinda 
Thomas, daughter of Lewis, of and at 
Wickford, 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Israel, of Warren, and 
Stephen Stillwell, of Albany, N. Y., at 
Warren, R. I., by Rev. Mr. Paine, 
GARFIELD Mary and Dea. Reuben King, both 
of Attleboro, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Perry, 

Cyrus, of Charlestown, N. H., and Hannah 
Rumerill, of Springfield, after 8 hours' 
courtship, at Charlestown. Patriot of 



Oct. 29, 


1826 


Nov. I, 


1826 


March 24, 


1827 


May 13, 


1827 


Sept. 3, 


1827 


Feb. 14, 


1828 


March 5, 


1828 


March 17, 


1828 


March 30, 


1828 


Sept. 28, 


1828 


June 8, 


1829 


Aug. I3> 


1829 


Dec. 2, 


1829 


March 21, 


1830 


Dec. 8, 


1830 


March 10, 


1831 


March 24, 


1831 


April 10, 


1817 


Feb. 16, 


1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 307 

GARIM William and Eliza Davis, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Sept. 13, 1826 

GARLAND Martha L., of Danvens, Mass., and 
Rev. John O. Choules, of Newport, at 
Danvers. Patriot of Jan. 5, 1828 

GARNETT Gideon and Ann Eliza Bullard, Sept. 25, 1831 

GARZEA Abby and James Kerr, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of Sept. 25, 1821 

GATES Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Asa, and 

William Gardiner, at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 6, 1823 

Mary, of Uxbridge, and Alexander Havens, 
Jr., of Warwick, at Uxbridge, Mass., by 
Rev. Mr. Judson, Nov. 20, 1825 

GAVITT Susan, daughter of Sanford, of 
Westerly, and Abijah Browning, Esq., of 
Charlestown, at Westerly, Feb. 9, 1823 

Sally, daughter of Sylvester, Esq., of 
VVesterly, and Robert B. Carr, of Newport, 
at Westerly, March 30, 1817 

GAY Catharine and Barton Ingraham, both of 

and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, Dec. 23, 1S04 

Abigail S. and Nathan Babcock, at Dedham, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Bates. Phenix of Sept. 20, 1806 

Betsey and Barton Ingraham, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Sept, 23, 1810 

Jason and Lucy Pratt, both of Dedham, at 

Providence. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1815 

Mrs. Sally and Shubael Blanding, both of 
Providence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, Oct. 21, 1816 

Richard, of Thompson, Ct., and Hannah 
Smith, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, July 25, 1819 

Sarah Avery and Waldo Cummings, at 
Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 9 ,1819 
Joseph B,, of Philadelphia, and Abigail M. 
Ellis, eldest daughter of Jabez, of and at 
Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Warren, May 13, 1828 
Hannah and George Abby, of Belchertown, 
at Dedham, by Rev. E. Burgess. Patriot 
of May 18, 1831 
Elizabeth Margaret, daughter of Hon. Ebe- 
nezer, and Jacob Chapm, of Taunton, at 
Hingham, Mass. Patriot of July 7, 1832 
GAYLORD Capt. Horace, of Ashford, and Mary 
A. Davis, daughter of Major John, of and 
at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. R. S. Cramp- 
ton, May 12, 1828 



308 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GEORGE Sophia and Capt. Samuel Cushman, 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Carnque, 
Margaret and Hon. John Ruggles, Speaker of 

the House, at Bangor, Me. Patriot of 
GERRY Ann and Spencer Lincohi, at Provi- 
dence, 
Ezra and Eunice Leonard, both of Cam- 
bridge, Mass., at Providence, 
Eliza, daughter of the late Vice President, 

and Major David S. Townsend, of U. S. 

Army, at Boston. Phenix of 
GIBBS Harriet, of Providence, and Major Will- 
iam Moore, Jr., at Newport. Pheni.x of 
Frances and Oliver C. Barney, Jr., both of 

Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
Susan, daughter of the late John G., and 

Samuel D. Greene, of Leicester, Mass., at 

Providence. Pheni.x of 
Robert, of Sandwich, Mass., and Gedurtha 

Baxter, of Dennis, ATass., at Providence, 
Mary Ann, daughter of John, and George 

Haile, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pldes, 
Caleb G. and Mary Wade, daughter of Icha- 

bod, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Prof. Adams, 
William C, Governor of the State, and Mary 

Kane, daughter of Elias, Esq., of and at 

Albany, N. Y., 
Anna Maria and Samuel Gibbs, at Somerset, 

by John Mason, Esq., 
Samuel and Ann Maria Gibbs, at Somerset, 

by John Mason, Esq , 
John and Martha L. Anthony, both of and 

at Somerset. Patriot of 
Mary C, daughter of late Josiah, Esq., of 

Coventry, and Sidney B. Smith, at Paw- 

tu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Enos and Sarah Slocum, daughter of late 

John, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 

Patriot of 
Hope Ann G. and Thomas J. Clarke, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Lud- 
low, 
Martha, of Swanzey, and Benjamin West, of 

Rehoboth, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Slade, 
Sarah Ann and Edward Burrows, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Eliza, daughter of John, and Edward S. 

Lyon, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 



April 19, 


1818 


June 29, 


1825 


Nov. 4, 


1815 


May 4, 


1816 


Nov. 30, 


1816 


Nov. 28, 


1807 


March 13, 


1809 


April 7, 


1810 


Aug. 25, 


1816 


Oct. 29, 


1818 


May 14, 


1820 


June 2, 


1822 


Sept. 19, 


1822 


Sept. 19, 


1822 


Oct. 26, 


1822 


Dec. 26, 


1822 


Sept. 24, 


1823 


Oct. 6, 


1823 


Jan. 18, 


1824 


Oct. 18, 


1825 


Nov. 21, 


1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



309 



GIBBS Almira J„ daughter of F.lijah, of Ster- 
ling, Ct., and Isaac G. Bowen, of Coventry, 
at Sterlmg. Patriot of 

Mary Caroline and David Dunham, at Cov- 
entry, 

Huldah, daughter of the late Josiah, of Cov- 
entry, and Samuel Slocum, of Pawtuxet, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
GIBSON John M. and Carolme Wesc. at Cam- 
bndgeport. Patriot of 

John and Sarah A. Cushman, both of and 
at Milford. Patriot of 
GIDDINGS Avis and James Downing, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
GIFFORD Sally, daughter of late Josiah, Esq., 
and Sylvester Bowers, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Pheni.x of 

Ann M., daughter of Cajat. Josiah, and Ed- 
ward Mason, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Cornell, 

Eliza, daughter of Jeremiah, and David Den- 
nis, both of Portsmouth, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Eddy. Patriot of 

David, of Portsmouth, and Abby Durfee, of 
Tiverton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. 
Patriot of 

Russell and Deliah Allen, both of Westport, 
at Tiverton. Patriot of 

Christopher and Robey Manchester, at Lit- 
tle Compton. Patriot of 

Annanias, of Uxbridge, and Sally Thayer, of 
Douglas, Mass., at Thompson, Ct. Patriot 
of 

George H. and Eliza B. Greene, daughter of 
Hawkins, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
Patriot of 

Ruth, daughter of Jeremiah, and William 
Chace, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
Patriot of 

Clothier, of Little Compton, and Priscilla 
Gifford, of Westport, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Dartmouth, 

Priscilla, of Westport, and Clothier Gifford, 
of Little Compton, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Dartmouth, 

Clarissa, daughter of Jeremiah, of Forts- 
mouth, and Daniel Edwards, Jr., of Charles- 
ton, at Newport. Patriot of 

Sarah and Thomas Reynolds, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 



Jan. 17, 


829 


Jan. 3, 


830 


May 30, 


832 


June 9, 


824 


Jan. 6, 


827 


March 17, 


822 


Oct. 27, 


804 


June 20, 


809 


March 24, 


819 


Feb. 16, 


S20 


April 4, 


820 


April 18, 


821 


May II, 


S22 


Feb. 25, 


824 


Nov. 10, 


824 


March 31, 


825 


March 31, 


825 


Feb. 8, 


826 


March 12, 


826 



;]1() VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FKOR ... Vvilliam Marvcll, at Fall 

River, I'atiiol of Maich 17, 1827 

Capt. B , of New Jkdford, and Maria 

P. Hillmaii, at VVestport. Patriot of July 18, 1827 

Noah, Jr., of Little (^Jiiiiiton, and Sarah 
Tripp, daughter of Philip, at VVestport. 
Patriot of July 21, 1827 

Abby D., of Nevvi)ort, and Ivufus \i. Kinsley, 

of Canton, Mass., at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 17, 1827 

Gideon and .Susan W. Simmons, eldest daugh- 
ter of late Joseph, both of and at Ikistol, 
by Rev. Mr. Virgin. Patriot of Dec. 12, 1827 

Isaac, of Little Compton, and Mary Ann 
Field, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, March 17, 1828 

Aniey and Daniel W'oodworth, at Little 

Compton. Paliiot of June 27, 1829 

Seth K. and Mary IClizabeth Talbot, youngest 
daughter of Benjamin, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight, Dec. 31, 1830 

GILBERT Daniel, lisq., of Mansfield, ami Tem- 
perance Dean, 4th daughter of lion. Josiah, 
at Raynham, by Rev. Dr. Fobes. Phenix 
of Nov. 2, 1802 

Ralph, of Hebron, Ct., and Sarah Bassett 
Nichols, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams. Phenix of Sept. 12, 1812 

Betsey, daughter of Samuel, and Capt. lirad- 
bury C. Atvvood, of Portland, Me., at Bos- 
ton, by I'iev. Dr. Gariliner, 

Esther R., daughter of Samuel, and Sylves- 
ter T. Goss, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardi- 
ner, 

Eliza, of Norfolk, Va., and Daniel Lyon, for- 
merly of Providence, at Norfolk, 

Eliza, daughter of John, of Mansfield, Mass., 
and (jcorge Gilbert, of Providence, at 
Mansfield. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

George, of Provitlence, and liliza Gilbert, 
daughter of John, of and at Mansfield, 
Mass. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

William N.and I-'lizabcth Caroline Schermer- 
horn, of and at New York, by Rt. Rev. 
Bishop II obart. Patriot of F'eb. 3, 1S30 

GILES Hon. William B., of the United States 
Senate, and l""rances Ann Gwynn, eldest 
daughter of the late Thomas Peyton 
Gwynn, at Georgetown, D. C. Phenix of March 17, 1810 

ICmma, of Cranston, and Daniel Branch, of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Aug. 23, i8io 



Feb. 7, 


1819 


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1819 


Jan. 3, 


1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES SU 

GILES Abigail H., of Scituate, and Jeremiah 

Ballon, of Kiliingly, Ct., at Scituate, Juno i8, 1823 

GILFORD Diana and Abraham Warren, of 

Fall River, at •I'lverton, by Rev. Job Bor- 
den, Sept. 12, 1827 
GILKA Isaac, aged 19, and I'olly King, aged 16, 

at Hingham, July 11, 1820 

GILL Samuel and Eleanor McCormick, both of 

Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cor- 
nell, Dec. 22, 181 1 
GILLETT Elizabeth B., of New Haven, Ct.,and 

L. H. Young, Esq., editor of the Canal of 

Intelligence, at New Haven. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1827 
GILLIAM Rebecca, youngest daughter of Will- 
iam, Esq., and George W. Wheeler, Co- 
Editor of Louisville Gazette, Ga., all of 

Jeffers(in Co., Ga. Pheni.x of Aug. 12, 1809 

GILLIOT John H. and Susan Schroeder, 2d 

daughter of Henry, of Baltimore, at Trin 

ity Church, Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, Nov. 23, 1831 

GILLMAN Margaret, of North Providence, and 

Andrew Shearer, of Taunton, at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, April 30, 1829 

Mary Olivia, youngest daughter of Nathan- 
iel, Esq , and Lieut. S. Collins Long, U. S. 

Navy, at p:xeter, N. H. Patriot of June 10, 1829 

Jane and Jacob Morrell, Jr., of Windham, at 

Westbrook. Patriot of Ajjril 28, 1830 

GILLMORE Susan, of Providence, and Joseph 

Moore, of Philadelphia, May 11, 1806 

Mary and Henry Extell, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. W'ilson. Phenix ot May 23, 1807 

George, of Providence, and Amey Cooke, of 

East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 3, 1810 

Zeolide, of Pawtucket, and Jose!;h Whiting, 

of Franklin, Mass., at I'awtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, March 20, 1822 

Betsey and Simeon Ames, at Sterling, 

Conn., April 24, 1826 

Jane and Benjamin Lister, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. IJenedict, Nov. 8, 1827 

GILLSON Pardon and Abby Ann Spencer, 

daughter of Dexter, at Providence, Nov. 17, 1815 

GINDRAT Louisa Caroline, of Savannah, Ga., 

and Richard James Arnold, of Providence, 

at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell, May 22, 1823 

GIRARD Harriet, neice of Stephen, and Gen. 

Henry Lallemond, at Mr. Girard's house, 

Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. Carr, Oct. 28, 1817 



312 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GLADDING Anstress, daughter of Benjamin, 

and Benjamin Snow, by Rev. Mr. Williams. 

Pheni.x of April 2, 1803 

Betsey, daughter of Timothy, and David 

Fettey. both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 4, 1803 

John and Mary Perrin, eldest daughter of 

John, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 22, 1804 

Timothy, Jr., and Betsey Perrin. daughter of 

John, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 3, 1805 

Sarah, daughter of late Jonathan, and Walker 

Humphrey, merchant, by Rev. Dr. Messer. 

Pheni.x of June 29, 1805 

Stephen and Phebe Slocum, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. White. Phenix of March 14, 1807 

Lucretia, of Bristol, and Otis Chace, of Prov- 
idence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. 

Phenix of June 30, 1810 

Lydia, daughter of late Timothy, and Lowell 

Adams, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Feb. 28, 181 1 

Capt. John and Mrs. Margaret D. Packard, 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, March 3, 181 1 

Hannah B., daughter of late Nathaniel. Jr., 

and William Potter, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Williams, ' Nov. 10, 1811 

George W., of Providence, and Nancy Ja- 
cobs, eldest daughter of Abel, of and at 

Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Crosbee. April 22, 1813 

Emma, daughter of Benjamin, and Samuel 

G. Wheeler, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, May 9, 181 3 

George W. and Rebecca M. Hill, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 20, 1814 
John, of Providence, and Clarissa Jacobs, 

youngest daughter of Dea. Calvin, of and 

at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 20, 1814 

Major Abraham S., of Providence, and Cyn- 
thia W. Carpenter, daughter of Thomas, 

2d, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Thompson, June 4, 1815 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of late Hail, and 

George Dana, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 25, 18 16 

Nicholas B. and Rebecca Young Wilson, 

daughter of Rev. James, who married them, 

both of and at Providence, Oct. 23, 1816 

Major Joseph S., of Providence, and Susan 

Cady, daughter of Squire, of Plainfield, 

at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow, April 30, 1817 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 313 

GLADDING Jarves Elani, of Providence, and 

Amey Bennett Fenner, daughter of John, 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 28, 1818 

John and .^nn F. l?arker, daughtei' of Capt. 

Richard, both of and at Newport. Phenix 

of Dec. 12, 1818 

Capt. John and Mrs. Mary Chandler, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 2, 1822 

Josiah G. and Mary Brown, daughter of 

Thomas, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1822 

Edward and Mary Wood, daughter of John, 

at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 6, 1823 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of late John Russell, of 

Providence, and Smith Bartlett, at Kings- 
ton, N. C, Feb. I, 1824 
Thomas Dring, of Providence, and Sarah 

Ann Hubbard, of Newport, at former 

place, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 17, 1824 

Henry and Mary Ann Southwick, daughter 

of Silas, both of and at Newport. Patriot 

of Jan. 12, 1825 

William and Charlotte Spooner, at Newport. 

Patriot of March 30, 1825 

Col. Abraham S. and Mary Day, daughter 

of E^benezer S., both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 8, 1825 

Martha and Capt. C. B. Peirce, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, May i, 1826 

Jonathan P. and Olive Davis, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Dec. 10, 1826 

Peter, of Bristol, and Mary Friend, of New- 
port, at former place, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Dec. 10, 1826 
Nathaniel and Susan Taylor, daughter of late 

William, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 16, 1827 

Melecent Perrin and Edward Corey, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 9, 1827 

Susan C, daughter of Allen, and Capt. John 

H. Ormsbee, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, July 15, 1827 

Louisa, of Providence, and William Brown, 

of Worcester, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, April 2, 1828 

Martha T., daughter of James, Jr., and Rich- 
ard Hobbs, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Wright, July 11, 1828 

Jonathan and Amey Stoddard, third daughter 

of Harden, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 26, 1828 



314 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

GLADDING Samuel and Sarah F. Sweet, 
daughter of Joseph, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, Feb. 12, 1829 
Edward and Lydia Darling, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bonney, Sept. 28, 1829 

Henry G. and P"rances C. Hurlburt, both of 
and at Providence, at Westminster Church, 
by Rev. Mr. F"arley, Oct. 14, 1S29 

Samuel and Sarah Ann Brown, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Lewis, July 12, 1831 

James W., of Providence, and lilizabeth N. 
Freebody, youngest daughter of William, 
of and at Newport, Nov. 12, 1832 

GLASS James, Jr., aged 17, and Sally Rolston, 

aged 14, at New York. Pheni.x of July 27, 1802 

GLOVER Reuben and Calista Clarke, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Greene, Aug. 27, 1826 

GLAZIER John, of East Greenwich, and Mrs. 
Hannah Mitchell, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, Feb. 11, 1816 

GOBRIGH Lawrence A., of l^altimore, and Le- 
ona Sinclair, of Newark, N. J., at New 
York, F'eb. 20, 1832 

GODDARD Stephen and Susan S. Simmons, 
eldest daughter of Edward, at Newport. 
Patriot of Dec. 6, 1820 

William G., editor of the Rhode Island Amer- 
ican, and Charlotte R. Ives, eldest daughter 
of Thomas P. Ives, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 22, 1821 

Mary, daughter of late Stephen, and Darius 

Dennis, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 20, 1821 

Mercy, daughter of late Stephen, and Benja- 
min Mumford, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Webb, Aug. 25, 1822 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, and George W. 

Ellery, at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 19, 1823 

Dea. Benjamin, 82, and Mrs. Betsey Russell, 
of Marlboro, 63, at Shrewsbury, Mass., by 
Rev. Joseph Sumner, 84. Patriot of Dec. 17, 1823 

Frances, daughter of Thomas, and Robert 
Taylor, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, April 19, 1827 

GODDEI.L Asaph, Jr., of Providence, and Sally 
F". Tucker, of and at Woodstock, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Graves, Feb. 4, 181 3 

Monica and Prosper Smith, at Woodstock, 

Ct. Patriot of June 19, 1822 

William, of Ale.xandria, Va., and Clarissa C. 
Cady, daughter of Josiah, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Park, July 4, 1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 315 

GODP'RI'^Y Patience, eldest daughter of Capt. 
Samuel, and Capt. Peter Carpenter, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 9, iSii 

Joshua, of Providence, and Martha C. Whit- 
more, daughter of J., of and at Thompson, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dovve, Nov. 9, 181 3 

Fanny, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and Capt. 
Peter Carpenter, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, Nov. 28, 1814 

Charles and Mrs. Hannah Dean, both of 

Taunton, Mass., at Providence, R. I., Dec. i, 181 5 

Christopher C. and Fanny Earle, daughter 
of late Capt. William, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 12, 1821 

Abby, of Providence, and Charles Constan- 
tine, of New York, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, May 13, 1822 

Capt. George and Ann Cushman, both of 
and at Taunton. Patriot of May 22, 1S22 

Caleb and Betsey Eddy, daughter of Peleg, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Sept. 18, 1824 

Bradford and Nancy Allen, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq. Patriot of Oct. 21, 1826 

Edwin K. and Lucy Bebee, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, ' July 9, 1827 

Eliza Field and James Shaw, both of and at 

Providence, Sept. 30, 1827 

Celia, of Cumberland, and Prince Wheldon, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Nov. 10, 1828 

Abby, daughter of Capt. William, and John 

O. Presbury, at Taunton. Patriot of Dec. 4, 1830 

GOFF Asael and Hannah Campbell, both of and 

at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Feb. 7, 1813 

Lydia and Stephen Goff, at Rehoboth, Feb. 28, 1813 

Stephen and Lydia Goff, at Rehoboth, Feb. 28, 1813 

Balos and Mercy Williams, at Rehoboth. 

Patriot of Feb. 14. 1821 

Samuel and Martha Ingraham, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Re.xford. Patriot of April 13, 1822 

Rebecca and Simpson Chace, at Dighton, by 

Rev. Mr. Hazelton, Dec. 4, 1822 

Nathan B., of Rehoboth, and Hannah Aus- 
;; : tin, of and at Wellington, Mass. Patriot 

of April 19, 1823 

Mrs. Lydia and Squire Goff, both of Reho- 
both, at Dighton, Massr Patriot of April 26, 1823 
r Squire and Mrs. Lydia Goff, both ot Reho- 
both, at Dighton, Mass. Patriot of April 26, 1823 



316 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GOFF George A. and Sophia Hale, both of and 

at Rehoboth, by James Bliss, 2d, Esq., Sept. 21, 1823 

Delilah H. and Billings Peck, at Rehoboth, 

by George W. Peck, Esq., Jan. 9, 1825 

Hannah and James McDole, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of Feb. 26, 1825 

Nicholas and Esther Sweetland, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 8, 1825 

Alseneth and Jefferson B. Goff, both of Re- 
hoboth, at Dighton, by Richard Westcott, 
Usq., Aug. 13, 1826 

Jefferson B. and Alseneth Goff, both of Re- 
hoboth, at Dighton, by Richard Westcott, 
P2sq., Aug. 13, 1826 

Nathan and Nancy Ingraham, at Warren, bv 

Rev. Mr. Re.xford, ' March 29, 1827 

Robert and Bathsheba Barrett, at Taunton, July i, 1827 

William and Sarah R. Stall, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, July 13, 1828 

Mrs. Martha and George Woodbury, at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Spaulding, July 26, 1829 
GOLD Philander and Clarissa Stone, both of 
and at Newport, N. Y., by Sherman 
Wooster, Esq., May 16, 1822 
GOLDSBORO Tryphena, of Taunton, and Rev. 
Preserved Smith, of Warwick, at Taunton. 
Patriot of Oct. 25, 1823 
GOLDSMITH John and Betsey Jacques, at 

Pawtucket. Patriot of Jan. 14, 1824 

Abner and Ann Fisher, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 30, 1827 
GONSOLVE Betsey and Joseph Fuller, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 16, 1806 

William and Miss Bacon, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 29, i8io 

Emily, eldest daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
George K. Davis, both of and at Provi- 
dence, April 7, 1822 

Ann Eliza, of Providence, and Arnold Briggs, 
of Cranston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, June I, 1823 

William and Adeline Howe, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Nov. 21, 1832 

GONZALES Merced A. and George F. Brent, 
formerly of Virginia, by Rev. Mr. Mean- 
haut, of the Catholic Church, at Pensacola, Oct. 23, 1825 
GOOCH Joseph, 50, and Eleanor Hatch, 19, in 

Kennebunk, Me. Phenix of Dec. 10, 1808 

GOOD Miss and Mr. Spittle, in 

England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 



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317 



GOODALE Solomon and Mrs. Elizabeth Cole, 
each' aged 72, at Jay, Me. Pheni.x of 

Daniel, of Amherst, 81, and Sarah Colton, 
61, at Northampton, Mass. Patriot of 
GOODENOUGH Betsey, of Hancock, N. H., 
and Ira Cooper, of Rochester, N. H., at 
Mason, N. H. Patriot of 
GOODHUE Daniel T. and Mary Hale, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mary Ann and Sumner Carpenter, both of 
Pawtucket, at Seekonk, 
GOODING Ebenezer, of Wellington, Mass., and 
Betsey Anthony, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Cobb, 

Betsey and Samuel L. Thaxter, both of and 
at Eall River, by Rev. Mr. Mince, 
GOODNOW Harriet and John Y. Penny, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, 
GOODSON Nicholas, 70, and Sarah Mathews, 
14, at Isle of Wight Co., Va., 

GOODSPEED Robert and E Winslow, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Jeremiah, of Newport, and Sarah Wilcox, 
daughter of Leonard, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Jeremiah and limehne Brayman, daughter of 
David, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Olney, of Glocester, and Phebe S. Jones, 
daughter of Henry, of and at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Loring. Patriot of 
GOODWIN Mary, daughter ot late William, of 
Bristol, and Dr. Elijah M. Padelford, of 
Taunton, at Bristol. Phenix of 

James Taylor, Esq., of Columbia, S. C, and 
Ann R. Sterry, daughter of Cyprian, of 
Providence, at Grace Church, New York, 
by Rev. Dr. Bowen, 

Maria, youngest daughter of late Rev. Dr. 
Lyde, and Rev. F. W. P. Greenwood, of 
Boston, at Baltimore. Patriot of 

Frederick H., of Plymouth, Mass., and Ju- 
liet A. Robbins, daughter of Hon. Asher, 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, 

Rev. Daniel LeBaron, of Sutton, Mass., and 
Rebecca Wilkinson, daughter of William, 
Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

Dr. Charles and Sarah Pickens, at Middle- 
boro. Patriot of 



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Jan. 12, 


1820 


Jan. 23, 


1822 


Dec. 28, 


iStg 


Sept. 24, 


1827 


Nov. 6, 


1825 


Sept. 9, 


1830 


Sept. 26, 


1824 


April 4, 


1825 



April 3, 



Aug. 13, 


1S26 


May 31, 


1829 


Feb. 6, 


1830 


Aug. IS, 


1812 


Aug. 5, 


1817 


May 29, 


1824 


Oct. II, 


1824 


Dec. 12, 


1825 


April 29, 


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318 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GOODWIN Liebius, i6, and John Pariish, 15, 

at Montgomery Co., 111. Patriot of July 28, 1827 

Dr. Charles and Mrs. Harriet Rhodes, at 

Cran.ston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Feb. 24, 1828 

GOOLD Mrs. Rhoda, 70, and James Wagg, 75, 
soldier of the Revolution, at Danville, by 
Elder Joseph Roberts, April 28, 1825 

GORDON Sir James and Nancy Pitcher, at 

Cambridge, Eng. Phenix of Feb. 9, 1S05 

Mrs. Sarah S., widow of Thomas, Esq., and 
Gen. Amasa Allen, of Walpole, N. H., at 
Sterling, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Benedict, of 
Piainfield, Nov. 15, 1812 

Rebecca and Charles Miner, both of Provi- 
dence, at Sterling, Ct., Feb. 20, 1820 

Caroline A., of Sterling, Ct., and Dr. Silas 
James, of West Greenwich, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 22, 1824 

GORE Lucretia and Otis Everett, at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Pierpoint. Patriot of Feb. 7, 1829 

GOREY Peter, of Glocester, and Martha Will- 
iams, of and at Burrillville, by Rev. Mr. 
■niiiwi White, July 12, 1821 

GORHAM Hannah, daughter of ' late Major 
Gorham, and Dexter Thurber, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix 
of June 4, 1803 

Samuel and Sarah Callender, daughter of 

Elias, dec, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 10, 1807 

Bethiah, second daughter of late Major 
Jabez, and Capt. William Comstock, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Phenix of Sept. 10, 1808 

Benjamm, of Providence, and limma Angell, 
eldest daughter of Elisha, of and at North 
Providence. Phenix of Oct. 29, 1808 

Catharine, daughter of the late Major, and 
Capt. Enos Angell, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Dec. 24, 1810 

Mrs. Emma, of Providence, and Rev. Sam- 
uel Bliss, Jr., of Stafford, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 26, 1810 

Jabez and Amey Thurber, daughter of Sam- 
uel, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
^-.Zl Dr. Gano, Dec. 4, 18 16 

Sarah, daughter of the late Samuel, of Provi- 
dence, and Cyrel Babcock, at Cranston, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 8, 1818 

Sarah, daughter of late Jabez, and Samuel 
Olney, both -of and at Providence, by Rev. 
vsP.i Dr.. Gano, Dec. 29, 1819 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES gJQ 

GORHAM Amos T. and Fanny R. Santord, 
both of and at Briftol, by Rev. Alexander 
V. Griswold, Jnne i8, 1820 

Capt. Jabez, of Providence, and Lypia Dex- 
ter, daughter of Lewis, of and at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 16, 1822 

Daniel, of Warwick, and Srsan Usher, of 
and at Bristol. Patriot of Aug. 18, 1824 

Lewis, of Braintree, and Mary G. Whitman, 
of Providence, at Central F"alls, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, Oct. 26, 1S29 

GORTON Ann, daughter of Samuel, of Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin Grafton, by Rev. Mr. 
Cornell, Dec. 4, 1806 

Hall and Hannah Howard, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, July 8, 1812 

Betsey and George W. Sprngue, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Oct. 25, 1812 

Othniel, of Providence, and Hannah Harts- 
horn, of and at Johnston, N. Y., by Rev. 
Mr. Almy. Patriot of Aug. 14, 1S19 

Mary, daughter of Uriah, of Newport, and 
Benjamin Oldredge, native of Denmark, 
at Newport. Patriot of June 3, 1820 

Mary and Thomas J. Sprague, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 20, 1821 

Barbara Fenner, daughter of Dea. Benjamin, 
of Warwick, and P'reeman Wing, of Sand- 
wich, Mass., at Warwick. Patriot of Feb. 8, 1823 

Thomas W., of Warwick, and Elizabeth 
Carr, of and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, June 13, 1824 

Oliver and Charlotte Sweetland, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Aug. 3, 1825 

Everline W. and George Hutchins, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 17, 1826 

Almy G. and Augustus A. Greene, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 28, 1826 

Isaac and Mary Shippee, both of and at War- 
wick, May 13, 1827 

Eliza, of Newport, and Peleg P. Parker, at 

Central Falls, Oct. 28, 1827 

Lydia P. and Daniel Davis, at Warwick, March 2, 1S28 

Phebe and Thomas Rhodes, at Warwick, March 2, 1828 

Sarah, of Cranston, and David Atwood, 
of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 12, 1828 

Eliza and Robert W. Porter, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, at Warwick, May 31, 1830 



320 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GORTON Capt. Nathan and Roby Jackson, 
daughter of Capt. Samuel, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2, 1831 

GOSS Ann and Joseph Bogman, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 1813 

Sylvester T. and Esther R. Gilbert, daughter 
of Samuel, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardi- 
ner, Feb. 7, 1819 

Rebecca, of Providence, and Luther Hardy, 
of Bradford, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Dec. 26, 1825 

Samuel R. and Eunice Gardiner, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, May 24, 1826 

GOULD Rebecca, daughter of John, of Mid- 
dletown, and Arnold Buffum, of Smithfield, 
at Friends' Meetmg House, Newport. 
Pheni.x of June i6, 1804 

Miss Mary H. and William Richardson, at 
Stoneham, Mass. The bridegroom's mother 
in her looth year attended the marriage. 
Phenix of May 16, 1807 

David, of Providence, and Mary Pidge, of 

and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, April 18, 1813 

Ruth and Harvey Ballou, at Smithfield. 

Phenix of Nov. 19, 1814 

John C. and Ann Hull, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 7, 1818 

Thomas, Jr., and Olive Coggeshall, daughter 
of Jonathan, both of Portsmouth, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. PZddy, Oct. 28, 181 9 

Hope Ann, of Wickford, and Senaca Cong- 
don, of Leicester, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 11, 1820 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Thomas, and Oliver 
Sweet, both of Middletown, at Newport. 
Patriot of Jan. I, 1823 

Capt. John and Ann Eliza Whiting, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 6, 1823 

Rufus S. and Martha P. Benchley, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 22, 1824 

Mrs. PHizabeth and William Bowling, both of 

Troy, Mass., at Portsmouth, Jan. 13, 1826 

Susan, of Middletown, and George W. SIo- 
cum, of Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy, July 5, 1827 

Ebenezer, and Ruth C. Bishop, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. I, 1827 

James, of Newport, and Mary Ann Springer, 
daughter of Capt. Israel, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 25, 1827 



larch 


iS, 


1820 


Aug. 


19. 


1809 


Jan. 


14- 


1830 



PORVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 321 

GOULD John H. and Emeline B. Pitcher, both of 
Pawtucket, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Barney, Dec. 15, 1828 

Col. John and Susan Peirce, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 12, 1830 

GOULETT Naoma, Indian, and Elkanah Dean, 
son of James L., of Bethel, Vt., by 
Baylies, Esq., at Randolph, Vt., Sept. 10, 1S23 

GOUVERNEUR Samuel Lawrence, Esq., of 
New York, and Maria Hester Munroe, 
youngest daughter of the President, at 
Washington, by Rev. Mr. Hawley. Patriot 
of 

GRACE Mr. and Miss Trickett. 

In England. Pheni.x of 
John and Alvira Newman, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, 

GRACUS Orinda, of Thompson, Ct., and John- 
son Bixby, of Brimfield, Mass., at Thomp- 
son. Patriot of Nov. 14, 1821 

GRAFTON Benjamin and Ann Gorton, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Cornell, Dec. 4, 1806 

Nathaniel and Prudence Dodds, third daugh- 
ter of George, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Margaret, daughter of Benjamin C, former- 
ly of Newport, and John Spencer, of East 
Greenwich, at Newport, 
Hope, only daughter of Rev. Joseph, and Jo- 
seph Parker, of Baltimore, at Newton. 
Patriot of 
Mrs. Eliza and George I?. Thompson, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Martha Ann and Charles A. Tourtellot, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, 
George and Lucy Ann Ormsbee, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 

GRAGG Sabra and James Carter, prmter, at 
Boston, by Rev. Mr. Emerson, 

GRAHAM George, Esq., Commissioner of Gen- 
eral Land Office, and Jane L. Watson, at 
Washington, D. C. Patriot of 

GRAMON Rosalie and Samuel Rawson, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

GRANGER Bildad and Mrs. Eliza Wang, both 
of and at Providence, 
Thomas, 75, and Mary Bramble, 16, both of 
and in Kent Co., Md , 



Oct. II, 


1815 


Oct. 10, 


1822 


Oct. 19, 


1822 


Sept. 10, 


1826 


Nov. 27, 


1828 


Aug. I, 


1830 


Nov. 9, 


1807 


July 20, 


1825 


Feb. 28, 


1811 


April 1 1, 


1819 


June 21, 


1821 



322 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GRANT Capt. Israel and Mary Viall, at Warren. 

Phenix of July 15, 1809 

Thomas and Phebe Dexter, both of and at 

Cumberland. Phenix of May 16, 1812 

Roxanna, daughter of Aaron, and Preston 

Weatherhead, at Cumberland, Nov. 30, 1815 

James and Joanna Mason, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Oct. 6, 1816 

David, of Wrentham, and Huldah Grant, of 

and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Nov. 25, 1817 

Huldah, of Cumberland, and David Grant, 
of Wrentham, at former place, by Rev. 
Mr. Williams, Nov. 25, 1817 

Aaron, Jr., and Mrs. Diana Clarke, at Cum- 
berland, Feb. 8, 1821 

Ebenezer, of Barrington, and Lydia Luther, 

of Swanzey, at Barrington. Patriot of April 11, 1821 

Mahala, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Oli- 
ver West, both of Seekonk, at Barrington. 
Patriot of April 11, 1821 

Caroline B. and William K. Hidden, at Prov- 
idence, Oct. 3, 1821 

Barton and Marinda Gage, both of and at the 
Chocolate Mill, near Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, Dec. 29, 1822 

Preston and Marinda Gage, daughter of Capt. 
Anthony, at the Chocolate Mills, near Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 29, 1822 

Polly, eldest daughter of Eliphaz, and John 
Newell, both of and at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Spaulding, Nov. 14, 1824 

Julia M. and Daniel Bowen, both of and at 

Barrington. Patriot of April 16, 1825 

Mrs. Mary, of Warren, and Peter Taylor, of 
I^arrington, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stod- 
dard, Aug. 5, 1827 

Mary and John W. Cahoone, at East Wind- 
sor, Ct. Patriot of Feb. 20, 1830 

Olive B., of Providence, and Robert Earle, Jr., 
of New Braintree, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1831 

GRATTAN Edward, of New York, and Mary 
Stillwell, second daughter of Nicholas, 
Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Oct. 18, 1827 

GRAUPNER Gottlieb and Mary Hill, only 
daughter of late Capt. John, both of Bos- 
ton, at Providence, Oct. 2, 1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



3^3 



GRAVES Experience, 29, eldest daughter of 

John, Esq., and David Cotton, 85, at Kill- 

ingly, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Atkins. Phenix 

of 
Caroline and Moses Coffin, at Phihidelphia. 

Phenix of 
Benjamin, Esq., of New York, and Martha 

VV. Webb, daughter of late Col. Thomas 

S., at VVorthington, Ohio, 
Ebenezer, 68, and Mrs. Susannah Elvnt, 44, 

at Baltimore. Patriot of 
Capt. James and Mary White, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Elisha and Abby N. Rogers, both of War- 
ren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 
Edward U., printer, and Catharine E. Craw- 

bargar, at Troy, N.Y , by Rev. Mr. Be- 

man, 
Mrs. Mary, of Providence, and Jesse Tour- 

tellot, of Glocester, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering. Patriot of 
GRAY Prudence and Puyson Grosvenor, at Pom- 
fret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. King, 
John and Sophia Thurber, daughter of 

Darius, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Church and Sally Ide, both of and at See- 

konk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 
Matthew and Lillas Lawrence, both of and 

at Providence, 
John and Waitstill Allen, daughter of Capt. 

Abel, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, 
Sarah and Nathaniel B. Borden, at Tiverton. 

Patriot of 
Abby, daughter of Pardon, and Robert Gray, 

both of and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Cole- 
man. Patriot of 
Robert and Abby Gray, daughter of Pardon, 

both of and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 

Coleman. Patriot of 
Eliza and Robert Angell, both of and at 

Providence, 
Col. John, formerly of Sturbridge, Mass., and 

Lucina Maclntire, daughter of Simeon, 

Esq., of and at Glocester. Patriot of 
Thomas, of Bristol, and Martha Gardiner, of 

Swanzey, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
Cyrus and Peace Cooke Gray, at Tiverton, 

by Rev. Mr. Peckham, 
Peace Cooke and Cyrus Gray, at Tiverton, 

by Rev. Mr. Peckham, 



Sept. 20, 


1806 


F"eb. 14, 


1807 


April 4, 


1820 


May 27, 


1820 


Oct. II, 


1824 


Feb. 4, 


1827 



Eeb. I, 



Nov. 3, 


1832 


April 21, 


1S03 


June 4, 


1807 


April 5, 


l8l2 


Nov. 16, 


1S13 


Oct. 9, 


1S17 


March 29, 


1820 



Nov. 25, 

Nov. 25, 
Dec. 17, 

May 16, 
June 6, 

July 5. 

July 5. 



832 



820 

820 
820 

821 
821 
821 
821 



324 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GRAY Mrs. Waitstill, of Providence, daughter of 
Abel Allen, Esq., and Job Woodman, of 
Louisvillle, Ga., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 23, 1821 

Fanny, of Tiverton, and Philip Peirce, of 

Little Compton, at Tiverton. Patriot of Oct. 6, 1821 

Horatio, 19, and Eliza Maddin, 14, at Bel- 
fast, Me. Patriot of April 17, 1822 

Philadelphia, of Tiverton, and Joshua Van 

Doom, of Bristol, at Tiverton. Patriot of July 13, 1822 

Lydia, daughter of Thomas, of Tiverton, and 
William Cole, of North Kingstown, at 
Tiverton. Patriot of Aug. 17, 1822 

Mary, of Tiverton, and Caleb Greene, of 

New Bedford, at Tiverton. Patriot of Oct. 30, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Daniel S. Amesbury, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, Dec- 10, 1822 

David, Esq., of Somerset, and Betsey P. 
Winslow, daughter of Dr. John, of and at 
Swanzey. Patriot of Aug. 30, 1823 

William S. and Mary Anthony, daughter of 
David, Esq., both of and at Somerset. 
Patriot of Aug. 30, 1823 

Hannah, daughter of Joseph, and Benjamin 

Cleveland, at Somerset. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1823 

Samuel and Sarah James Eddy, daughter of 
Benjamin, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, April 18, 1824 

Susan, daughter of late Dea. Philip, of Tiver- 
ton, and A. Pierce, of Little Compton, at 
Tiverton. Patriot of Jan. 22, 1825 

Elizabeth and Luke Bliven, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of April 27, 1825 

Philip and Comfort Cooke, at Tiverton, by 

Rev. Mr. Wright. Patriot of March 4, 1826 

Humphrey and Patience Crandall, at Tiver- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Patriot of March 14, 1826 

Mary and Alexander M. McGregor, at New- 
port. Patriot of Oct. 4, 1826 

Ira and Harriet Newman, daughter of John, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Nov. 23, 1826 

Gideon and Hannah Orne, at Bristol, Dec. i, 1826 

Martha B. and Marcellus Ide, both of and 
at Central Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 28, 1827 

Henry and Abigail Olney, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, May 13, 1827 

William and Mary Westgate, daughter of 
James, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 24, 1827 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 325 

GRAYAIAN Othello Moore, of Yorkshire, Eng., 
and Dingee Black Desdamonia, of and at 
New York. Phenix of 
GREAT AX Mary, of Providence, and Richard 

Lake, of Seekonk, at Bristol, 
GREENE Cornelia L., 2d daughter of the late 
Major General Nathaniel, and James 
Payson Skipwith, Jr., son of James P., of 
Virginia, at Cumberland Island, S. C, 

Rufus, formerly of Providence, and Eliza 
Sherwood, of and at New York. Phenix 
of 

Capt. John F"., of Providence, and Phebe 
Dyer, daughter of Charles, of Cranston, 

Mary K., daughter of Capt. James, and Wil- 
liam Anthony, of North Providence, at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Rufus and Sarah Rice, both of and at War- 
wick. Phenix of 

Julia, daughter of Jacob, of Coventry, and 
Theodore A. Foster, Esq., attorney at law, 
of Providence, at Coventry, 

William, of Warwick, and Minerva Bowers, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Marcy, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and James 
Warner, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field, 

Emily, daughter of Christojiher, Esq., of 
Potowomut, and P'ranklin Greene, of East 
Greenwich, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field. Phenix of 

Franklin, of East Greenwich, merchant, and 
P^mily Greene, daughter of Christopher, 
Esq., of Potowomut, by Rev. Mr. Little- 
field. Phenix of July 12, 1S06 

Charles W., of New York, merchant, and 
Esther W. Bowen, eldest daughter of Dr. 
Pardon, at Providence. Phenix of Dec. 13, 1806 

Catharine, of Stephentown, and John Wood- 
ward, of New Lebanon, at New Canaan, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Younglove. Phenix of Jan. 24, 1807 

Mary, eldest daughter of Hon. Stephen, Esq., 
and James Battey, E^sq., of Coventry, at 
East Greenwich. Phenix of Feb. 7, 1S07 

Seneca and Ann Peck, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Aug 10, 1807 

Mrs. Mary, 58, and Ebenezer Whitten, 25, at 

Industry, Me. Phenix of Dec. 12, 1807 

John and Asa Jones, at East Greenwich, Dec. 20, 1807 



Dec. 5, 


1807 


Dec. 9, 


1817 


May 22, 


1802 


March 12, 


1803 


July 6, 


1803 


Dec. 18, 


1803 


Aug. 29, 


1S04 


Dec. 12, 


1804 


Dec. 26, 


1804 


Dec. 15, 


1805 


July 12, 


1806 



326 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Israel, of Uxbridge, and Sabria Whit- 
man, daughter of Valentine, of and at 
North Providence. Phenix of Dec. 26, 1807 

Amey, second daughter of Capt. James, and 
Resolved Slack, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Littlefield, Dec. 27, 1807 

Benjamin and Nancy Henry, daughter of 
John, at Thompson, Ct. Phenix of Feb. 20, 1808 

Nathaniel R., of Georgia, and son of Gen. 
Nathaniel, and Anne Clarke, daughter of 
Ethan, Esq., of and at Elm Hill, East 
Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Littleiield. Phe- 
nix of Sept. 17, 1808 

William and Phebe Brown, daughter of late 

Gideon, at Johnston. Phenix of Oct. 22, 1808 

Elizabeth and William B. Turell, printer, 

at Salem, Mass. Phenix of Dec. 10, 1808 

Sally, daughter of Tnnothy, of Pawtucket, 
and William Harris, of Smithfield, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield, Jan. 4, 1809 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. James, of Warwick, 
and Dr. Stephen Harris, at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield. Phenix of Dec. 9, 1809 

Margaret, daughter of Capt. Thomas, and 
Capt. Josiah Arnold, both of and at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Eittlefield, Dec. 31, 1809 

Gideon, Jr., Esq., of Warwick, and Celia Ba- 
ker, of and at Scituate, by Rev. Richard 
Knight. Phenix of Jan. 13, 18 10 

Samuel D., of Leicester, Mass., and Susan 
Gibbs, daughter of the late John G., at 
Providence. Phenix of April 7, 18 10 

Mary, daughter of William, East Greenwich, 
and Joseph Nightingale, of Providence, at 
East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 7, i8iO 

Abby and Herman C. Fisher, of Providence, 

at Warwick. Phenix of May 12, 1810 

John and Waite White, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, July i, 18 10 

Warner J. and Mrs. Harriet Whitman, 
daughter of Col. Henry, at Warwick, bv 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield, ' July 15, 18 10 

Catharine, 5th daughter of Joseph, and Au- 
gustus Gardiner, at East Greenwich. Phe- 
nix of Oct. 13, 1810 
' Hannah, second daughter of Dr. Thomas, of 
Providence, and John Ballard, Jr., of Bos- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. 
Phenix of July 20, 181 1 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



327 



GREENE Almy, daughter of Thomas, and 

James B. Dorrance, Esq., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 6, i8ii 

Ann Susan and John Greene, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Feb. i8, 1813 

John and Ann Susan Greene, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. JVIr. Curtis, Feb. 18, 1S13 

Mary Ann, daughter of Col. Job, of Warwick, 

and AbnerM. Warriner, of Palmer, Mass., 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Qurtis, Feb. 21, 1813 

Daniel and Ann Tyler, daughter of Major 

Ebenezer, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict. Phenix of April 24, 1813 
Simon Ray, E;sq., of East Greenwich, and 

Harriet Wells, of and at Warwick, by Kev. 

Mr. Littlefield, May 16, 1813 

Ann, daughter of Job, Esq, of Smithfield, 

and Simeon Kingsley. ot Providence, at 

Smithfield. Phenix of Sept. 11, 1813 

Oliver and Rhoda Bowen, both of and at 

Glocester, Oct. 3, 1813 

Charles W., of Boston, and F"rances Bowen, 

daughter of Dr. Pardon, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Phenix of Oct. g, 1813 
Sarah, eldest daughter of Capt. Malachi, and 

Jeremiah Whipple, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. PZdes, Nov. 4, 1813 
Hopkins and Amey Tillinghast, daughter of 

the late Capt. John, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Dec. 21, 1813 

Albert C, Esq., and Catharine C. Greene, 

daughter of Col. William, at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Rich, March 16, 1814 
Catharine C. , daughter of Col. William, and 

Albert C. Greene, Esq., at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Rich, March 16, 1814 
Thomas and Ann Harrison, at Warwick, by 

Rev, Mr. Littlefield, May 28, 1815 

John, Esq., of Glocester, and Mrs. Philena 

Southwick, widow of Remington, and 

daughter of Israel Cooke, PZsq., of and at 

Burrillville, by Judge Winsor, Aug. 6, 1815 

Caroline, daughter of Major William F., and 

Thomas Crapon, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 1815 

Capt. Christopher R., formerly of Providence, 

and Mary Ann Lehre, daughter of late Dr. 

Lehre, at Charleston, S. C. Phenix of Jan. 20, 18 16 

Mary Ann, of Pawtuxet, and John Brown, of 

Providence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Jacobs, March 26, 1819 



328 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Capt. Bradley and Lucretia Irons, 
both of and at Glocester, by Eleazer Bel- 
lows, Esq., March 29, 

Richard W. and Eliza W. Anthony, at War- 
wick. Phenix of May 3, 

Col. Jeremiah and Sarah Littlefield, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Mr. Littlefield, who married 
them, at Warwick, June 8, 

Mary, daughter of Dr. Caleb, and Daniel 
Otis, of Scituate, at New Bedford, at 
Friends' Meeting House. Pheni.x of Nov. 8, 

Franklin, Esq., of Potowomut, Warwick, and 
Anna Eliza Bowen, youngest daughter of 
Dr. Pardon, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Dec. 4, 

Mrs. Penelope, of Providence, and Capt. 
Jacob Holt, of Hampton, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Messer. Phenix of June 27, 

James and Mrs. Deborah Cole, at Warwick. 

Phenix of Aug. 22, 

Maria A., of Warwick, and Edward B. Har- 
ris, of Cranston, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, Oct. i, 

William P. and Susan M. Mumford, both of 
and at Providence, at St. John's Church, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. 5, 

Waitstill, daughter of Arthur, Esq., and 

Joseph Arnold, at Pawtuxet, Oct. 8, 

Duty and Abby P. Truman, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 19, 

Col. Job, Jr., of Coventry, and Ann B. War- 
ring, daughter of the late Capt. Humble- 
ton Warring, of North Carolina, at Coven- 
try, by Rev. Levi Walker, Dec. 6, 

Lloyd, of Warwick, and P'reelove Arnold, of 
same town, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Cranston, Dec. 17, 

James C. and Phebe Niles, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot 
of Jan. 30, 

Harriet W., of Providence, and William 
Webb, of Virginia, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Elton, Feb. 14, 

Betsey, of Coventry, and John M. Spencer, 
of East Greenwich, at Coventry, by Rev. 
Mr. Manchester, Aug. 15, 

Sophia, daughter of Barnabas, and Isaac 
Weatherbee, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker, Sept. 5, 



816 
817 

817 

817 

817 

818 
818 

818 

818 
818 
818 

818 
818 
819 
819 
819 
819 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 329 

GREENE Mary H., daughter of Samuel, and 
John Tabor, both of Providence, at Paw- 
tuxet. Patriot of Nov. 6, 1819 

Paul, of Pawtucket, and Abby H. Johnson, 

of and at Providence. Patriot of Dec. 11, 1819 

Maria, daughter of Isaiah, E.sq., and Samuel 
Perry, Jr., both of and at Charleston. Pa- 
triot Jan. I, 1820 

Lucy A., eldest daughter of late Capt. Ben- 
jamin, and Oliver C. Wilbur, both of and 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Jan. 6, 1S20 

Randall H. and Mary B. Aborn, daughter of 
Capt. Lowry, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 30, 1820 

Penelope M., youngest daughter of Dr. 
Thomas, of Providence, and Charles A. 
Prince, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Prof. Adams, May 15, 1820 

Henry and Mary Ann Almy (colored;, at 

Providence, by Rev. Prof. Adams, May 21, 1820 

Eliza B., daughter of Stephen, and Benja- 
min Teel, Jr., both of and at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Eddy, Aug. 13, 1820 

Martha Lynd, daughter of late Timothy, of 
New York, and William H. Mitchell, of 
Charleston, S. C, at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 2-3„ 1820 

Samuel, of Coventry, and Mary Lippitt, of 
Killingly, Ct., at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Dana, Sept. 3, 1820 

James A. and PLIizabeth OmaTi, daughter of 

William, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 13, 1820 

Daniel and Almira Stone, daughter of Sam- 
uel, at Johnston, by Inkier Sprague. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 27, 1820 

Mary _S. and Caleb Williams, at North 
Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Patriot 
of Sept. 27, 1820 

Mrs. Maria E., daughter of Dr. Benjamin 
Parker, of Bradford, Mass., and Francis 
M. Dimond, of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Bishop Griswold, Nov. 12, 1S20 

Capt. Benjamin and Mary G. Arnold, eldest 
daughter of late Hon. Thomas, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 10, 1820 

Mrs. Patience, of Coventry, and Rev. Jona- 
than Smith, of Pawtucket, at Coventry, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 18, 1820 

Sarah R., daughter of Thomas W., Esq., and 
Giles Anthony, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Littlefield. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1821 



330 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Capt. Abraham, of Warren, and 

Susan DeWolfe Smith, eldest daughter of 

]?arnard, Esq., at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Rexford, Feb. 19, 1821 

Eliza, daughter of Timothy, of North Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin C. Harris, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 16, 1821 

William, Esq., of Cincinnati, Ohio, son of 

Hon. Roy, of Rhode Island, and Abigail 

B. Lyman, daughter of Erastus, Esq., of 

Norvi^ich, Ct., at Northampton, Mass., April 30, 1821 

Celia, youngest daughter of late Capt. John 

M., of Providence, and Thomas Saunders 

Met calf, of Augusta, Ga., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 30, 1821 

William and Marcy Waterman, daughter of 

Resolved, both of and at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Sprague, July 29, 1821 

Charles and Mrs. Maria Sweet, both of and 

at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Sept. 9, 1821 

Samuel and Harriet Stanhope, daughter of 

late Edward, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 31, 1821 

William R. and Susan Arnold Burrell, sec- 
ond daughter of late Hon. James Burrell, 

Jr., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 26, 1821 

Matilda and Alpheas Smith, both of and at 

Pawtuxet. Patriot of Jan. 16, 1822 

Sarah and Oliver Brownell, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 13, 1822 
Daniel and Phebe Greene, both of and at 

East Greenwich. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1822 

Phebe and Daniel Greene, both of and at 

East Greenwich. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1822 

Smith and Oliver Brownell, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1822 
Simon H. and Caroline C. Aborn, eldest 

daughter of late Edward, March 13, 1822 

James C, of East Greenwich, and Eliza A. 

Parkinson, by Rev. Jonathan Smith, at 

Coventry. She was a daughter of James 

Parkinson, Esq., May 12, 1822 

John G., of Warwick, aiid Margaret Clarke, 

of Dungenness Island, of Cumberland, 

Ga., by Mr. Justice Gibson, May 15, 1822 

Ann, daughter of Timothy, and Edward 

Wokott. both of and at Pawtucket. Pa- 
triot of May 18, 1822 
Constant C. and Harriet Perry, daughter of 

late Col. James, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Webb, Aug. 25, 1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 331 

GREENE Samuel, of North Providence, and 

of and Harris, daughter of late Stephen, 

Sarah O. at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Sept. lo, 1822 

Henry A. and Ann Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 18, 1822 

Celia A., daughter of late Capt. Benjamin, 

and Wanton A. Briggs, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. Pa- 
triot of Sept. 25, 1822 
Caleb, of New Bedford, and Mary Gray, of 

and at Tiverton. Patriot of Oct. 30, 1822 

Betsey, daughter of Samuel, of Pawtu.xet, 

and Thomas Bourne, of New Bedford, at 

Pawtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Shnrtleff, Nov. 17, 1S22 

Waity and Nicholas Peters, both of and at 

Providence, Jan. 30, 1823 

Olive and William Wyatt, both of and at 

Bristol. Patriot of April 19, 1823 

Ray and Ruth B. Sprague, daughter of late 

Ethan, both of and at Johnston, by Elder 

Sprague, May 8, 1S23 

Mrs. Abby H. and Henry Lord, both of 

Providence, at Johnston. Patriot of June 25, 1823 

James C. and Mary Westcott, daughter of 

Gen. Thomas, both of and at Centreville, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 6, 1823 

James C. and Marcy A. Westcott. [This 

was erroneously inserted in our paper of 

the 9th.] Patriot of July 23, 1823 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Capt. James, of War- 
wick, and Stephen Arnold, of Savannah, 

Ga., at Warwick, Patriot of Oct. 11, 1823 

Marcy and Gideon C. Briggs, both of and at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1823 

Harriet and William H. Young, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 30, 1823 

William M. and Sarah Warner, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 18, 1823 

Comfort, daughter of James, and George Da- 
vis, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Till- 

inghast. Patriot of Dec. 24, 1824 

Eliza B., daughter of Hawkins, and George 

H. Gifford, both of Portsmouth, at New- 
port. Patriot of Feb. 25, 1824 
Joseph, of Jamestown, and Sarah Collins, 

daughaer of Jabez, of and at Hopkintown, 

at Friends Meeting House, April 28, 1824 

Mary, of Johnston, and Jeremiah Tillinghast, 

of Providence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Sprague, June 17, 1824 



332 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Thomas R., of Warwick, and Epelien 

Tompkins, of Troy, Mass., at Pavvtuxet, July 7, 1824 

Charlotte Helen, eldest daughter of Capt. 
William, and Ethan Allen Rawson, both 
of and at IMendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, Aug. 23, 1824 

Albert G., attorney at law, and Mary Ann 
Clifford, eldest daughter of Benjamin, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 8, 1824 

Sally and Christopher Warner, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, May 29, 1825 

Lydia H., daughter of Major William P., and 
Thomas J. Wardwell, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 26, 1825 

Mrs. Phebe and Col. John Aborn, both of 

and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, March i, 1826 

Susan and Stephen Millard, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 31, 1826 

Joseph W., of Warwick, and Abby Frances 
Shaw, daughter of Dr. William G., of and 
at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, June i, 1826 

Welcome A., of Providence, and Sarah Gar- 
diner, daughter of Zenas, of and at Nan- 
tucket, Nov. I, 1826 

Susan A., daughter of Col. Augustus, and 
John W. Howland, both of and at East 
Greenwich, Nov. 9, 1826 

Augustus and Elizabeth H. Johnston, at 

Scituate, by Emar Angell, Esq , Dec. 24, 1826 

Augustus A. and Almy G. Gorton, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 28, 1826 

John aud Mary Jones, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, ' April 4, 1827 

Caroline A., daughter of Thomas, Esq., of 
Pawtuxet, and Peleg Fiske, of Providence, 
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, June 2r, 1827 

Rev. Caleb, formerly of Providence, and 
Sally H. Westcott, youngest daughter of 
Richard, Esq., at Dighton. Patriot of Oct. 3, 1827 

Jeremiah S. and Martha H. Munro, daughter 
of late Capt. Benjamin, both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Virgin, Oct. 14, 1827 

Betsey M., daughter of late Daniel, of Bris- 
tol, and Simeon H. Eckerman, of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wright, Oct. 18, 1827 

Rufus, Jr., of Warwick, and Minerva B. 
Sutton, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, Oct. 21, 1827 

Charles G., Junior Editor of National Pallad- 
ium, Philadelphia, and Charlotte Elizabeth 



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333 



GREENE: 

Hill, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, of 
and at Boston. Patriot of 

Job Russell, of East Greenwich, and Waitey 
Thornfon, of and at Pawtuxet, 

Nathaniel, of East Greenwich, and Mary 
Jane Moore, daughter of late Col. Will- 
iam, of and at Newport. Patriot of 

Mary and Henry VVillard. 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 
Providence, at Warwick, 

Eveline and John Place, at Pawtuxet, 

Dr. Joseph, of Barnstable, Mass., and Susan 
Adams, eldest daughter of Seth, Esq.. of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Ann R. and Daniel E. Carpenter, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seaman, 

Almy, of Coventry, and James T. Munro, of 
Providence, at Coventry, 

Lieut. George Sears, U. S. Army, and Eliza- 
beth Vinton, daughter of David, formerly 
of Providence, at La Plaisance, in Pomfret, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Kellogg. Patriot of 

Elizabeth N., of North Providence, and Dr. 
Lloyd Brayton, of Providence, at former 
place, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Peter D., of Providence, and Lydia Kent, of 
and at Warren, 

John S., editor and publisher of Christian 
Telescope and Republican Herald, and 
Emeline Pickering, eldest daughter of 
Rev. David, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering. 

Julia Ann and Dexter E. Wilbur, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Warren S. and Mary S. Andrews, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Ann C. and George I-i. Marble, both of Pi'ov- 
idence, at Warren, 

Mrs. Sarah and Henry Finch, both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Dorcas and Aaron B. Currey, of New York, 
by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, at Providence, 

Abby H. and Ethelbert A. Marshall, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Water- 
man, 

George Washington, Esq., of Rhode Island, 



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March 27, 


1828 


May 6, 


1828 


May 7, 


1828 


May II, 


1828 



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June 14, 


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Aug. 14, 


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GREENE : 

grandson of late Gen. Greene, and Car- 

lotta Sforzosi, daughter of Lewis, of 

Rome, at the American Consul's, Paris, 

France, Jan. 3, 1830 

Nathan and Irena B. Edmunds, at Pittsfield, 

N. H. Patriot of Feb. 10, 1830 

Robey and Benjamin Budlong, at Warwick, April i, 1830 

Christopher W. and Abby Hill, at East 

Greenwich. Patriot of Jan. 8, 1831 

Asa N., of Providence, and Eliza Ann Sea- 
bury, formerly of Westport, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 14, 1831 

GREENFIELD Margaret M., daughter of 

Thomas, and T. B. Ranson, Principal of 

American Institute, Orange, N. J., at 

Middletown. Patriot of Feb. 13, 1830 

GREENLEAF Gardiner, of Boston, and Betsey 

Mitchell, of North Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Justice Tillinghast, March 8, 1812 
Charlotte R., daughter of Simon, Esq., and 

Rev. Samuel Fuller, Jr., rector of Grace 

Church, Providence. Patriot of July 21, 1830 

GREENMAN Mary, daughter of Capt. Jere- 
miah, and William W. Dunham, printer, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 13, 1805 

Capt. William and Eliza R. Thayer, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 6, 1820 

William and Ann Barker, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of April 30, 1823 

Josiah and Sarah Ann Westgate, daughter 

of James, at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 8, 1823 

PLlizabeth B., daughter of late John, and 

Truman Burdick, at Newport. Patriot of May 11, 1825 

Eliza Ann, daughter of Silas, of N ewport, and 

Isaiah C. Haswell, at Centreville, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, April 9, 1828 

William and Betsey Chappell, both of Smith- 
field, at Mendon, . Feb. 12, 1828 
William. This marriage recently announced 

is now said to be a fake. Patriot of March 8, 1828 

Mary, of Newport, and John Wallen, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 25, 1808 

Andrew, Esq., attorney at lew, of Bath, Me., 

and Ann Harrod, of and at Newburyport, 

Mass. Phenix of Nov. 11, 1809 

Thomas and Kezia Breston, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 19, 1810 

Dr. Isaac I. and Sarah V. Bogert, daughter 

of J. C, both of and at New York. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 4, 1822 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 335 

GREENMAN Mary, eldest daughter of Isaac, of 
New York, and Samuel Brown, at New 
York. Patriot of July 9, 1823 

Rev. E. W. P., of Boston, and Maria Good- 
win, youngest daughter of late Dr. Lyde, 
at Baltimore. Patriot of May 29, 1824 

GREGORY Mrs. Rebecca, 75, and Elvin Owen, 

TT, at O.xford, N. Y. Phenix of Oct. 28, 1809 

Mazelle, of Ereetown, and Eason S^ocum, of 

Seekonk, at P"reetown. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1824 

GREUfiM M. Erederick, minister, resident of 
Prussia, at Washington, and Virginie 
Bridon, of Paris, Erance, at Kalorania, at 
the residence of Hon. Ileriry Middleton, 
by Rev. Mr. Matthew, Nov. 20, 18 19 

GREW Henry, merchant, and Susannah Pitman, 
eldest daughter of Isaac, by Rev. Ur. 
Gano, June 24, 1802 

GREY Lucia, daughter of Hon. William, and 

Samuel Sweet, at Salem, Mass. Pheni.x of Sept. 5, 1S07 

William Rufus, of Boston, merchant, and 
Mary Clay, daughter of Rev. Jose[ih, of 
Savannah, late pastor of Eirst Baptist 
Church, of Boston, at Newark, N. J. Phe- 
nix of Nov. 18, 1809 
GREYSON Alfred, of Columbia, S. C, and 
Mary Cargdl, of Boston, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Nov. I, 1828 
GRIDLEY Laura, of Paris, N. Y., and Rich- 
mond Southworth, of Little Compton, at 
Paris, March — , 18 14 

Oliver, Jr., and Sally Lethbridge, only daugh- 
ter of late Samuel, of and at Eranklin, 
Mass. Phenix of Nov. 16, 1816 

Benjamin, of Boston, and Lucy Roberts, 
daughter of Duty, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 20, 1824 

Sarah P. and James S. Brown, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Erieze, Eeb. 26, 1829 
GRIEVE Margaret C, daughter of David, of 
Providence, and George W. Martin, of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Jan. i, 1810 

Sarah W., daughter of David, and Daniel 
Farmer, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. Phenix of Oct. 5, 1812 

Mary Folger, 5th daughter of David, of 
Providence, and Adam Ashburner, of and 
at Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 10, 1822 



336 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GRIEVE Helen Maria Hastings, youngest daugh- 
ter of David, and Edward Anthony, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, June 2, 1831 

GRIEVES Eliza S., daughter of David, and John 
Chace, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Dec. 16, 18 12 

GRIFFETH Sybel and Rev. Stephen Hall, both 
of West 'Stockbridge, at Austerlitz, N. H. 
Patriot of March 2, 1825 

GRIFFITHS Mrs. Huldah, of Foster, R. I., 
and Thomas O. H. Carpenter, M. D., of 
Plainfield, Ct., at Dover, N. H., June 14, 1828 

Michael, 107, and Polly Martin, 17, at Rich- 
mond, Va. Patriot of July 11, 1829 

Charles, of Foster, and Mahala Potter, only 
daughter of Capt. Reuben, of and at Cov- 
entry, by Hon. Obed Perkins, Oct. 11, 1829 
GRIFPTN George, publisher of National Aegis, 
and Sally K. Houghton, at Sterling, Ct. 
Patriot of June 9, 1827 

Michael, aged 107, and Polly Martin, aged 

17, at Richmond, Va. Patriot of Sept. 3, 1828 

GRINMAN Ann, of Pawtucket, a..d Charles 
Smith, of and at Providence, by William 
James, Esq., April 8, 1822 

GRINNELL Major Peter, of Providence, and 

Mrs. Err -pColeman, of and at Nantucket, June 18, 1809 

William T. "^n : , ^c::. Coleman, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. i, 181 r 

Thomas E. and Mary Arnold Burr, daughter 
of Col. James, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, June 4, 18 12 

Peter, 2d, and Elizabeth B. Dyer, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 16, 181 5 

Capt. Owen and Mary Palmer, at Little 

Compton. Patriot of June 28, 1820 

George and Julia Ann Coleman, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 12, 1S20 

Mary Ann, daughter of Peter, and Cyrus 
Dyer, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 6, 1821 

William and Amey Borden, daughter of 
Richard, of Troy, Mass., at Tiverton. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 13, 1822 

John, of South Kmgstown, and Clarissa C. 

Young, at Lyme, Ct. Patriot of Oct. 10, 1827 

GRISWOLD Susan Maria, eldest daughter of 
Rt. Rev. Griswold (who married her), 
and George F. Usher, Esq., at St. Mi- 
chael's Church, Bristol, Aug. i, 181.7 



PORVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 337 

GRISVVOLD Sylvia, daughter of the Bishop, 

who married them, and John DeWolfe, Jr., 

at St. Ml- chael's Church, Bri.stol, May 3, 18 19 

Ann DeWolfe, daughter of the Bishop, and 

Rev. Stephen H. Tyng, of Georgetown, 

D. C, at St. Michael's Church, Bristol, Aug. 5, 1821 

Rt. Rev. Alexander V., Bishop of the East- 
ern Diocese, and Mrs. Amelia Smith, both 

of and at Bristol, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at 

St. Michael's Church, Nov. 29, 1827 

GROSSMAN John O. and Abigail D. Hollis, at 

Taunton. Patriot of Dec. 27, 1823 

GROSVENOR Payson and Prudence Gray, at 

Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. King, April 21, 1803 

Zerviah and Stephen Hubbard, of Providence, 

merchant. Pheni.x of Oct. i, 1803 

Major Peter and Ann Chace, both of and at 

Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Porter, Jan. 26, 1820 

Hannah, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of Pom- 
fret, Ct., and Edward Eldredge, of San 

Salvator. at Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. Porter, March 6, 1822 
GROVER Luther and Ann VV. Caswell, both of 

Taunton, at Norton. Patriot of Oct. 30, 1824 

GROVES John and Jemima Campbell, at Reho- 

both, Feb. 21, 1S13 

Alexander, of Tiverton, and Betsey Wilcox, 

of and at Westport, iVIass. Patriot of June 19, 1S22 

GROW Esther and Philip Field, at Bridgewater, 

Mass. Phenix of Feb. 9,1811 

Dea. Thomas, of Pomfret, Ct., and Experi- 
ence Abbott, of and at Providence, March 12, 1820 
GRUBB Nancy H. and Thomas Dean, printer, 

at Boston. Phenix of June 22, 1802 

GRUEBY Edward L., of Portland, and Mary F. 

Aspinwall, of Springfield, at Providence. 

Phenix of July 2, 1808 

GUAHM Baroness and Luke E. Lawless, Esq., 

of St. Louis, at Georgetown, D. C, May 17, 1825 

GUARDE Jeannette and Amasa Rockwell, of 

Providence, at Groton, Ct. Patriot of July 12, (826 

GUDGEON John and Sarah L. Wilbour, both 

of and at Providence, Jan. 24, 1808 

GUELPH Charlotte A., daughter of George F., 

and George L. Coburg, at London, May 2, 1816 

GUEST Mr. and Miss Silver, in 

England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 

GUILD Elias, of Douglass, Mass., and Amey 

Carpenter, daughter of Caleb, of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Phenix of Sept. 5, 1812 



338 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GUILD Esther, daughter of Richard, and Richard 

Knight, 3d, at Cranston, Sept. 17, 1815 

Moses, Jr., of Dedham, and JuHa Ellis, of 

and at Walpole, Mass., May 24, 1820 

Eliza and Alanson Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, J"ly 2, 1820 

Irene, daughter of Moses, of Dedham, Mass., 

and Barzillai Cranston, Esq., of Providence, 

at Dedham, by Rev. Mr. White, Jan. 24, 1822 

Samuel, of Dedham, Mass., and Clarissa 

Barrows, daughter of Milton, at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Carrique, April 10, 1822 

Louisiana, daughter of Richard, and Fones 

Briggs, both of and at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, May 5, 1822 

Mary Ann, daughter of Ebenezer, of Attle- 
boro, and Charles B. Wilder, of Northamp- 
ton, Mass., at Attleboro. Patriot of Oct. 31, 1827 
GUILE Sally, daughter, of Richard, and Joseph 

Sheldon, Jr., at Cranston, Feb. 11, 1810 

Timothy and Esther Smith, daughter of 

Daniel, at Cumberland. Phenix of Feb. 17, 18 10 

Betsey, of Providence, and Martin Stoddard, 

of Sutton, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Lewis, Feb. 21, 181 3 

GUNN William Gustavus, and Emily Maria Pistal, 

daughter of late Capt. John T., of and at 

Petersburg, Va., by Rev. Mr. Cannon, of 

Baltimore, June 9, 1823 

GUPH E Seth, Jr., of Raynham, Mass., and Fanny 

Moore, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Sept. 25, 1825 
GURNEY Ruth Willard, of Middlebury, Mass., 

and William Allen Bowers, of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 16, 1823 
GUSTON Mary and John Matley, merchant, at 

Portland, Me. Pheni.x of April 18, 1807 

GUYTON Tabitha and PZnock T. Bowers, at 

Fort Hawkins, Ga., Aug. 13, 1823 

GWYNN Frances Ann, eldest daughter of the 

late Thomas Peyton Gwynn, and Hon. Wil- 
liam B. Giles, of the United States Senate, 

at Georgetown, D. C. Phenix of March 17, 1810 



H 



HACK Caroline, daughter of Nathan, and Job 
Grossman, Jr., both of and at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Sept. 5, 1827 



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1 6, 


1823 


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ROVPIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 339 

HADWEN William, formerly of Providence, 
and Eunice Starbuck, daughter of Joseph, 
of and at Nantucket. Patriot of 

Isaac and Martha Hoar, both of and at Bris- 
tol. Patriot of 

Eliza and Ulysses Holden, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Patriot of 

Charles and Amey Brovvnell, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Somerset. Patriot of 

Sarah, of Providence, and Oliver Arnold, of 
Troy, N. Y., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, 

Dorcas B., of Providence, and William A. 
Robinson, of So. Kingstown, at Provi- 
dence, at the I'^riends' Meeting House, 

Charles, of Providence, and Sarah Earle, 
daughter of PHney, of and at Leicester. 
Patriot of 
HAGGERTY Michael, aged 75, and Elizabeth 
Montgomery, 72, at St. Johns, N. B. Pa- 
triot of 

HAGUE Martha and T Bank, both of 

Gisburn, in Craven, Eng. Both of these 
are twins and their twin brother and sister 
attended. The parish clerk and the cler- 
gyman are also tvvuis. Pheni.x of Sept. 29, 1810 
HAH.ER Elizabeth, of Philadelphia, and Benja- 
min B. Olney, of Providence. Pheni.x of Feb. 10, 18 10 

Henrietta, of Philadelphia, and Sanford 
Mason, of Providence, at former place, by 
Rev. Mr. Stoughton, Feb. 15, 1821 

HAILE George and Mary Ann Gibbs, daughter 
of John, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Sally and Ansel Churchill, both of and at 
VVarren. Patriot of 

Ann, of Providence, and Levi Haile, Esq., of 
VVarren, at Providence, by Rev. Ur. Gano, 

Levi, Esq., of Warren, and Ann Haile, of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

James and Eliza P"rink, both of and at War- 
ren. Patriot of 

Mary T. and John Pearce, Jr., both of and at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

PHizabeth and David Carpenter, at Smith- 
field. Patriot of 
HAINES Pasco and Mary M. Billings, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
HALE Ruth, of Rowley, Mass., and Rev. 
Thomas Williams, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, May 20, 1812 



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340 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HALE Ednah and George W. Baker, at Provi- 
dence. Pheni.x of 

Nathan, Esq., editor of Daily Advertiser and 
Weekly Messenger, and Sarah P. Everett, 
daughter of late Oliver, Esq , at Boston. 
Phenix of 

Jane and Albert Pabodie, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Blake. Pheni.x of 

Mary and Daniel T. Goodhue, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

William H. and Mary B. Cooke, daughter of 
Thomas, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Thomas, of Swanzey, and Mrs. Clarissa 
Bowen, of Seekonk, at Svvanzey, by Rev. 
Benjamin Taylor, [incorrect] 

William, of Swanzey, and Clarissa Bowen, of 
Seekonk, at Swanzey, by Rev. Benjamin 
Taylor, [correct] 

Thomas and Hannah Braley, both of and at 
Valley P"alls. Patriot of 

Benjamin and Ruana Lacey, both of and at 
the Chocolate Mill, near Pawtucket. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 25, 1823 

Sophia and George A. Goff, both of and at 

Rehoboth, by James Bliss, 2d, Esq., Sept. 21, 1823 

Simon L. and Almira W. Merry, daughter 
of Barney, Esq., at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft, April 3, 1828 

Eliza and Henry Champlain, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Welsh, Sept. 24, 1829 

Gardiner, of Smithfield, and Ann Susan 
Ballou, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Dec. 8, 1829 

Sarah Ann, daughter ot Daniel, and Seth 
W. Shaw, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 22, 1829 

HALES John Grove and Elizabeth Steele 

Kolaff, at Boston. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1S21 

HALEY Mrl. Hannah and Leonard Hathaway, 
Esq , both of Wellington, Mass., at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of Oct. i, 1814 
HALFPENNY John and Sarah Watson, at Bal- 
timore, June 18, 1820 

Margaret and C. J. Heart, at Baltimore. Pa- 
triot of Feb. 21, 1824 
HALL Samuel, printer, and Esther F. Delano, 
daughter of late Capt. Joseph, at Boston. 
Phenix of Dec. 12, 1807 

Susannah and Peleg Weaver, at East Green- 
wich, Dec. 20, 1807 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 341 

HALL Abby, daughter of late Col. Levi, and 

Josiah Keene, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Feb. 9, 1808 

Capt. Job W. and Mrs. Nancy Leonard, at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon. Pheni.x of Nov. 26, 1808 
Ann, daughter of late Col. Levi, and Capt. 

Charles Holden, Jr., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 14, 1810 

Barzillai and Hannah Robinson, both of 

Raynham, Mass., at Providence, Oct. 20, 1813 

Nathan and Rachal Davison, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Hon. David Perry, Nov. 5, 181 5 

Eliza, daughter of late Dr. Hall, of Pomfret, 

Ct., and Henry Ward, Esq., of New York, 

at Pomfret, Sept. 2, i8i8 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Lyman, and 

William C. Pendleton, buth of and at 

Westerly. Patriot nf Jan. i, 1820 

Ruth and John Brewer, bookseller, both of 

and at Providence, Jan. 23, 1820 

James S. and Eleanor Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 25, 1820 

Elijah, of Bristol, and Lucinda Boynton, of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, June 4, 1820 

Susan, youngest sister of Capt. Abira, and 

George Marsh, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. Patriot of June 13, 1821 

Anne and Hosea Jenckes, both of Smithfield, 

at Valley F'alls. Patriot of Oct. 6, 1S21 

Mary and John Booth, both of and at North 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. Patriot of Dec. 29, 182 1 
Jonathan Prescott, Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., and 

Harriet DeWolfe, daughter of Hon. 

James, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 11, 1822 

Mrs. Polly, 40, and Elah Homan, 16, at 

Riverhead Manor, Penn. Patriot of March 22, 1823 

Nathan B., printer, and Eliza A. Billings, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, March 30, 1S23 

Perley and Sarah S. Smart, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 27, 1823 

Nancy, of Attleboro, and Marcus Williams, 

of Mansfield. Patriot of Nov. 22, 1823 

Robert, of Boston, and Sophia Allen, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 25, 1824 

Leonora, daughter of Thomas, of Sparta, 

Ala., and Col. Charles C. Foster, formerly 

of Providence, at Sparta. Patriot of June S, 1824 

Milton and Julia Collins, daughter of John 

A., at Newport. Patriot of June 12, 1824 



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HALL Maria and George Eddy, at Johnston. 

Patriot of Sept. 25, 1824 

Milton and Rosannah Pitman, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 20, 1824 

John Pearce and Ann Eliza Thompson, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 26, 1824 
Ardelia and Zadock Baker, both of and at 

Taunton. Patriot of Feb. 26, 1825 

Rev. Stephen and Sybel Griffith, both of 

West Stockbridge, at Austeriitz, N. H. 

Patriot of March 2, 1825 

Ruth and Chauncey W. Saunders, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, March 16, 1825 
Sarah B., of Salem, Mass., and George Dana 

Boardman, of North Yarmouth, Me., at Sa- 
lem, by Rev. Dr. BoHes. They are shortly 

to sail for India as Missionaries, J'-i'y 3. 1825 

Mary and Augustus S. Dawley, at Slaters- 

ville. Patriot of July 16, 1825 

Dorcas, of East Greenwich, and George E. 

Weeden, of North Kingstown, at ?Cxeter, 

by Rev. Mr. Palmer, Sept. 12, 1825 

Cornelius, daughter of Thomas, and Seth 

Doud, at Middletown, by Rev. John R. 

Crane, Sept. 15, 1825 

Tan-izin, of Pawtucket, and Lemuel Ingraham, 

of Attlcboro, at St. Paul's Church, Paw- 
tucket, Sept. 25, 1825 
Phila, of Newport, and Gustavus Williamson, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. J. N. Brown, Oct. 9, 1825 

Silas, Jr., of Providence, and Julia Ann 

Smith, of and at North Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 6, 1825 

Dutee J., of North Kingstown, and Sarah H. 

Lawton, of and at Exeter, by Rev. Pardon 

Tillinghast, March 15, 1826 

Mary A. and Charles W. Henry, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 25, 1827 

Isaac, Jr., and Eliza Jennings, at Fall River, 

by Rev. Mr. Smith. Patriot of Apr. 14, 1827 

Milton and Hannah M. F"arley, daughter of 

James, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, May 31, 1827 

Eleanor, daughter of Parker, and Nathan 

Chace, at Portsmouth, Nov. 28, 1827 

Mercy R. and Varnum Bailey, both of 

East Greenwich, at Warwick, Feb. 24, 1828 

Persis, of Raynham, and Capt. Elijah Stod- 
dard, of Taunton, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Bishop Griswold. Portrait of Sept. 6, 1828 

Persis, and Capt. Elijah Stoddard, at Bristol. 

Patriot of Sept. 13, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 343 

HALL Rachel Wilson, third daughter of George, 

Esq., of Newport, and Henry G. Carpenter, 

of Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, Dec. r, 1828 

Robert B. and Orphelia B. Carey, both of 

East Greenwich, at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. 

Mr. Bentley, May 21, 1829 

Amos R. and Arbela Wilbur, daughter of 

Capt. Simeon, at Raynham. Patriot of Dec. 4, 1830 

HALLETT Daniel, of Yarmouth, and Caroline 

B. Swift, of Providence, at Yarmouth, by 

Rev. Mr. Alden, July 20, 1817 

Benjamin Franklin, attorney at law, and 

Laura Earned, second daughter of William, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, June 25, 1822 

George W., late of Boston, and Louisa 

Branch, daughter of late Col. Sanford, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 18, 1829 

HALLIDAY Isabella, and Cornelius Sullivan, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Nov. 27, 18 17 

Margaret, eldest daughter of late R., and John 

W. Sandford, cashier of U. S. Branch 

Bank, both of and at F"ayetteville, N. C. 

Patriot of July 17, 1830 

HALLOCK Gerald, one of the editors of the 

Boston Recorder and Telegraph, and Eliza 

Allen, at Chilmark. Patriot of June 15, 1S25 

HALSEY P"rances Maria, daughter of Thomas 

Lloyd Halsey, Esq., of Providence, and 

George Warren Cross, of Charleston, S. 

C, at Providence, at St. John's Church, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 19, 1812 

Harriet, daughter of Thomas Lloyd Halsey, 
Esq., of Providence, and Capt. John Orde 
Creighton, U. S. Navy, at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, March 5, 1815 

Anna Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas L., 
Esq., of Providence, and Marshall G. 
Wright, of New York, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 8, 1827 

John, Jr., and Harriet Curtis, both of and at 
New York, by Rev. Mr. McCartee. Pa- 
triot of May 5, 1830 
HAMBLEY Judith, daughter of Peleg, and Is- 
aac Freeborn, both of and at Portsmouth, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilbur, May 10, 1822 

Ruth and William Osborne, both of and at 

Tiverton. Patriot of Oct. 30, 1822 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HAMRLEY Elizabeth S., of Portsmouth, and 
Thomas Osborne, Jr., of Tiverton, at 
Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Cole. Patriot of March 24, 1827 
HARMER Jacob, 22, and Elizabeth Fruit, 54, 

in North Carolina. Patriot of Jan. 12, 1820 

HAMER Joseph and Sabra Clarke, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Aug. 3, 1820 

HAMOR George, of Fall River, and Dorothy S. 
Clarke, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict. Patriot of Aug. 6, 1828 
HAMILTON Gurdon, 55, and Eunice Fall, 29, 

at Colchester, Ct. Phenix of April 25, 1807 

Job, of Warwick, and Hattie Warren, of and 

at Lyme, Ct. Phenix of Jan. 17, 1818 

Sally and Hamilton Faulkner, both of See- 

konk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, Nov. 19, 1818 

Luther, of Taunton, and Delia Williams, of 

and at Deerfield. Patriot of Nov. 3, 1821 

Henry and Maria Pierce, bijth of and at War- 
wick, by Rev. Francis Dane, May 30, 1822 

Ruana and Anson Hathawav, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, ' April 11, 1825 

Miss and Capt. Duffey, of Brig 

Laura, the celebrated sailors of that ves- 
sel; at Liverpool, Eng. Patriot of May 2, 1827 

William, of Providence, and Mary Staples, 

of and at Mendon, March 30, 1828 

David M. G., of Londonderry, Ire., and Han- 
nah C. Snow, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 21, 1828 

HAMLIN William and Eliza Bowen, daughter 

of Isaac B., April 2, 1810 

Samuel E. and Nancy Bolster, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 28, 1817 

Cornelius F. and Martha Munro, at Paw- 
tucket, May 25, 1829 

Julia Ann and George Cozzens, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 14, 1831 

HAMM Catharine and Samuel Stowe, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Nov. 17, 181 1 

Mary Ann, daughter of Benjamin, and John 
G. Child, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 12, 1820 

Mrs. Deborah, of Providence, and Uriel Bow- 
en, of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Ludlow, Aug. i, 1824 

Eliza and Gardiner S. Swartz, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Oct. 4, 1829 

HAMMETT Alexander R., of Coventry, and 
Eunice Ledyard, of and at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Feb. 27, 1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 345 

HAMMOCK Susnnnah and St. Clair Summers, 
both of Charleston, Kanhawa Co., Va. Pa- 
triot of Aug. 10, 1822 
HAMMOND Dea. James and Mrs. Mary Har- 
per, at Providence by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 6, 1803 

Jeremiah and Sarah Ide, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 29, 1804 

Mary, only daughter of James, and Salmon 

Rugg, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 24, 1810 

Hannah H. and George Thomas, at Provi- 
dence, by Dr. Gano, Sept. 23, 181 1 

Ann H. and Daniel Allen, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 4, 1816 

Hezekiah, of Hampton, and Hannah War- 
ner, of and at Ashford, Ct., April 22, iSig 

Zenas and Mary Bailey, both of and at New- 
port. Patriot of April 12, 1820 

J(Jnathan, of Glocester, and Esther Tourtel- 
lot, daughter of Roger, of and at Foster, 
by William Potter, Esq., Sept. 7, 1820 

Jane, 19, and Alexander Mitchell, 109; in 
England, by Rev. Mr. Chaston. Patriot 
of Sept. 19, 1 82 1 

Pardon T., of North Kingstown, and Roby 
H. Stanton, of and at South Kingstown, 
daughter of Daniel, Esq. Patriot of March 8, 1823 

Ann R., d.uighter of James, of Newport, 
and Charles H. Phelps, of and at Stoning- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Hart, July 28, 1824 

Col. Reuben and Abbie Aylesworth, daugh- 
ter of John, at Foster. Patriot of April 30, 1825 

John S. and Mary Ann Sweetland, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Jan. 17, 182S 

William G. and Sarah T. Bull, at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Patriot of Jan. 30, 1S28 

William and Hannah Seymour, at Provi- 
dence, 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 Pierce, at Rehoboth, Oct. 30, 182S 

Mrs. Olive, of Mendon, and Peleg Pierce, at 

Rehoboth. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1828 

Olive, of Mendon, and Peleg Pierce, at Re- 
hoboth. Patriot of Dec. 13, 1828 
HANCOCK Timothy and Sarah Lyon, at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of April 23, 1828 
HANDY Cynthia, of Swanzey, and George G. 
Ormsbee, of and at Rehoboth, by Sebra 
Lawton, E.sq., Dec. 19, 1S15 

Luther and Christina Munroe, both of War- 
ren, at Bristol. Pheni.x of June 8, 181 6 



346 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HANDY Asa, of Providence, and Robey Smith, 

of Smithfield, at Providence, by Abel 

Allen, Esq., April 22, 1820 

Eleanor, of Uxbridge, Mass., and John 

]5aker, of Scituate, R. I., at Uxbridge, by 

B. Taft, Esq., Oct. 7, 1821 
Charles O., of Newport, purser, U. S. Navy, 

and Emily Jane Taylor, daughter of Fran- 
cis S., Esq., at Old Point Comfort, Va. 
Patriot of April 20, 1825 

Ann Matilda, daughter of Thomas, of New- 
port, and Adam J. Levy, Esq., of Phila- 
delphia, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. VVheaton, Oct. 12, 1825 

Waitey and James Arnold, Esq., both of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Aug. 10, 1826 

Westcott, of Uxbridge, Mass., and Mary 
Cross, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Feb. 7, 1827 

Leafy and Caleb Fuller, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Nov. 22, 1827 

G , of Bristol, and Elizabeth C. Free- 
man, of and at Boston. Patriot of Oct. i, 1828 
HANSON Maria and Hon. Daniel Sheffey, M. 

C. from Virginia, at Washington, D. C. 

Phenix of Feb. 15, 1812 

HARDEN Samuel, of Bridgewater, Mass., and 

Mrs. Lydia Wade, of Halifax, Mass., at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 13, 1819 

HARDENBURG Jacob, Jr., of Providence, and 

Ann M. Westcott, of and at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Stone, July 29, 1810 

HARDENBURGH John C. and Mary Colwell, 

daughter of John, of Burrillville, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Sept. 26, 1819 
HARDING Mary, daughter of Walker, and 

Lemuel Field, Jr., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, June 20, 181 1 

Eliza, daughter of Mr. Walker, of Providence, 

and Edmund B. Winterlottem, of and at 

Wilmington, N. C, July 20, 181 1 

Hezekiah and Sally Harding, daughter of 

Walker, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker. Phenix of Dec. 11, 1813 

Sally, daughter of Walker, and Hezekiah 

Harding, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker. Phenix of Dec. 11, 181 3 

Amey and James Smith, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 20, 18 13 

Libbeus L. and Sarah B. Anthony, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 25, 1817 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 347 

HARDING Eddy, of Barrington, and Nancy 
Walker Hutchinson, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 5, 1817 

Albert E. and Cornelia Ellery, daughter of 
Hon. Christopher, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 26, 18 19 

Sewall and Eliza Wheeler, both of and at 
Medway, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Bailey. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 6, 1S20 

Mary Ann, daughter of Richard, of Provi- 
dence, and John Hartshorn, of Boston, at 
f^rovidence, by Rev^ Dr. Crocker, P'eb. 26, 1822 

Martha and Joseph Lindsey, both of and at 

Bristol. Patriot of Feb. 18, 1824 

Harriet, of Mansfield, and Willard Richards, 
of Attleboro, at Mansfield, by Rev. Mr. 
Briggs, July 7, 1825 

Edward and Frances Angier, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 25, 1828 

Eddy and Louisa P. Gabriel, both of and at 

Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Feb. 11, 1S30 

Sarah, daughter of Richard, of Providence, 
and John A. lilanchard, of Boston, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 5, 1832 
HANDON Maria I. and Fessenden Parker, both 
of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft. [The Patriot says no such 
marriage took place.] Patriot of June i8, 1831 
HARDY Sir Thomas, Knt., and Louisa Emily 
Berkeley, eldest daughter of Hon. Vice 
Admiral Berkeley, at Halifax, N. S. Phe- 
nix of Dec. 26, 1807 

Luther, of Bradford, and Rebecca Goss, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 26, 1825 

HARE Robert, Esq., of Philadelphia, and Har- 
riet Clarke, 2d daughter of late John Innes 
Clarke, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, Sept. 8, iSii 

HARGROVE Caroline and Ebenezer French, 
one of the editors of the Baltimore Patriot, 
at Baltimore, Md., by l^ev. Mr. Hargrove. 
Phenix of March 5, 1S14 

HARKENS Sybel and Edward Martin, at Taun- 
ton. Pairiot of May 4, 1825 
HARKNESS Elizabeth, daughter of George, 
of Newport, and Gardiner Tisdale, of 
Wickford, at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 7, 1824 

Thomas, of Providence, and Dorcas B. Cong- 
don, daughter of Nicholas, of Cranston, Aug. 30, 1824 
HARPER Mrs. Mary and Dea. James Ham- 
mond, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 6, 1803 



348 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARRELL Winifred and Isaac Stafford, of 
Newport, at Elizabeth City, N. C. Patriot 
of April 4, 1829 

HARRINGTON Abel B. and Mary Armington, 

at Providence, July 10, 1809 

Amey, daughter of John, and James Wade, 

at Foster. Phenix of Nov. 5, 1814 

Charles C, of Newport, and Maria Hudson, 
daughter of Capt. Thomas, of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 6. 1820 

Huldah and Charles Bennett, both of and at 

Foster, Sept. 14, 1820 

Samuel, of Brimfield, Mass., and Harriet 
Phipps, of and at Thompson, Ct. Patriot 
of Nov. 14, 1 82 1 

James J., of Providence, and Mrs. Eliza Sher- 
man, formerly of New Bedford, at See- 
konk, Aug. 25, 1822 

Amelia, and Richard M. Snow, both of and 

at Providence. Patriot of July 16, 1823 

Samuel, of East Greenwich, and Emeline 
Marsh, of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, May 6, 1827 

Albert and Mary Ann Roadrick, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Oct. 22, 1828 

],aura and Runah Bazin, both of and at Val- 
ley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot 
of Nov. 4, 1829 

HARRIS Clemmentma, eldest daughter of John, 
formerly of Cranston, and Christopher Ar- 
nold, at Pomfret, Ct., Jan. 12, 1806 

Mary and John Silence, at Yagertown, Pa. 

Pheni.x of April 25, 1807 

George and Elizabeth J. Durfee, daughter of 
late Capt. Ezekiel, at Providence. Pheni.x 
of June 6, 1807 

William, of Smithfield, and Sally Greene, 
daughter of Timothy, of Pavvtucket, at the 
Friends' Meeting House, Smithfield, Jan. 4, 1809 

Dr. Stephen and Eliza Greene, daughter of 
Capt. James, of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Littlefield. Phenix of Dec. 9, 1809 

Mrs. Abby, daughter of Dr. Caleb Fiske, of 
Scituate, and Caleb Williams, Esq., of 
Providence, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Aug. 5, 181 1 

George A. and Sophia Walker, both of and 

at Scituate. Phenix of Jan. 23, 1813 

Rebecca A., of Scituate, and William Fen- 

ner, of Foster, at Scituate. Phenix of Jan. 23, 1813 



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549 



HARRIS George A. and Zerviah Walker, daugh- 
ter of Philip, at Scituate. Phenix of Feb. 6, 1813 
Christopher and Hannah Atwood, at Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Oct. lo, 1813 
Daniel, of Smithfield, and Mary H. Tilling- 

hast, of and at VVrentham. Pheni.x of May 28, 1814 

John S. and Polly C. Coleman, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 25, 1S15 

Ro.xalana, daughter of Oliver, and Whipple 

Peck, at Cumberland, Nov. ig, 181 5 

Isaac and Rhoda Ann Remington, daughter 

of Capt. Caleb, both of and at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Knight, Feb. 25, 18 16 

Marcy Ann, daughter of Stejjhen, Esq., of 

Scituate, and John W. Smith, of Gloces- 

ter, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, March 13, 1817 

Isaac and Sarah Ann Rhodes, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Preston, May 11, 1817 

Daniel and Phebe K. Thornton, at Pavvtuxet, 

by Rev. Mr. Jacobs. Phenix of July 12, 1817 

Susan, daughter of Andrew, of Cranston, 

and William C. Manchester, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 7, 181S 

Edwin H., of Providence, and Mary C. 

Dexter, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Blake, June 15, 181 8 

Edward B., of Cranston, and Maria A. 

Greene, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, Oct. i, 1818 

Solomon, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Eliza Tilling- 

hast Holdooff, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, March 18, 1819 

John and Susan Mowry, daughter of Abial, 

at Smithfield, July 4, 1819 

Stephen and Avis Sayles, eldest daughter of 

Elisha, both of and at Burrillville, July 6, 1820 

Anna and Amasa Fuller, both of Attleboro, 

at Providence, Aug. 26, 1820 

Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Joseph, of 

Cranston, and Capt. Earl Carpenter, of 

Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Cur- 
tis, Oct. 26, 1820 
Benjamin C, of Providence, and Eliza 

Greene, daughter of Timothy, of North 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, April 16, 1821 

William and Sarah Brown, fourth daughter 

of Hon. Nathan, both of and at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Aug. 26, 182 1 



350 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARRIS Phebe. daughter of late Dr. Hard- 
ing, of Johnston, and John S. Fenner, of 
Foster, at Johnston, Oct. 7, 1821 

Sarah O., daughter of late Stephen, of Provi- 
dence, and Samuel Greene, of North 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Sept. 10, 1822 

Amey W., daughter of Charles, Esq., and 
Major Jeremiah Potter, both of and at 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Oct. 13, 1822 

Dr. Stephen, of Warwick, and Maria Man- 
ton, daughter of late Col. Edward, of and 
at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Oct. 13, 1822 

Samuel B., of Smithfield, and Amey Wilkin- 
son, daughter of Abraham, of and at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of June 11, 1823 

Eliza A. and John Burr, 2d, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict. Patriot of Aug. 2, 1823 

Aldice and Mary Winsor, eldest daughter of 
Augustus, both of and at Scituate, by Rev. 
John Westcott. Patriot of April 17, 1824 

Hannah, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and Dr. 
Leander Utley, at Cranston, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, May 3, 1824 

Mrs. Mary Ann and Col. Jeremiah Fenner, 
both of Crnnston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickerii g. P.itriot of Oct. 2, 1824 

William W. and Eliza G. Fuller, daughter of 
late Joseph, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Ludlow. Patriot of Nov. 6, 1824 

Naomi, youngest daughter of Jonathan, of 
Smithfield, and Stephen A. Brown, of 
Providence, at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Feb. 20, 1825 

Sally M., daughter of William, and Joseph 
Taylor, Jr., both of and at Warwick, by 
Rev. Wilson, at Greenville, Oct. 16, 1825 

Eliza, of Cranston, and Col. John W. Ar- 
nold, of Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 30, 1825 

Capt. Elisha and Susan Taylor, eldest daugh- 
ter of late William, of Providence, at Scitu- 
ate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 20, 1825 

Phebe, of Mendon, Mass., daughter of 
George, and Capt. Daniel Mann, of and at 
Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Plsq., Aug. 3, 1826 

Amey A. and Jonathan S. Angell, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1826 

William and Sarah Wilkinson, daughter of 
Abraham, Esq., both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 18, 1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 351 

HARRIS Ann, daughter of John, of Cranston, 

and Henry Sweeting, of Pomfret, Ct., at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Nov. 19, 1826 

Relief and Shubael Kelley, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 11, 1826 

Mary S., eldest daughter of Capt. William, 

and David Tucker, both of and at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq , March 8. 1827 
Capt. Caleb and Eliza A. Hodges, daughter 

of Preston, of Providence, at New York, July 12, 1S27 

Patience Frances, daughter of Charles, and 

Abner W. Peckham,'at Scituate, Sept. 7, 1S28 

Thomas J. and Sally Kelley, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann, J. I'. Patriot of F"eb. 6, 1830 

Harriet and Moses Day, at Portland. Patriot 

of April 28, 1830 

Samuel and Mary Smith, daughter of Jere- 
miah, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Allen, May 20, 1830 
George W., a Royal Arch Mason, and Mrs. 

William Morgan, widow of Capt. William, 

the anti-Masonic Martyr, at Batavia, N. 

Y. Patriot of Dec. 11, 1830 

William B. and Martha M. VV. Carpenter, 

daughter of Samuel, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Patriot of July 14, 1832 
HARRISON Mr. , aged 70, and Mrs. 

Whittingham, 56, at Cockermouth, Eng. 

He had bought her 12 years since from her 

former husband for 4s. 6d. and have lived 

happily together since. Pheni.\ of Dec. 22, 1804 

John, 79, and Mrs. Sarah Hemborough, 59, 

his fourth wife. Had been a widower i6 

days, at Drax, Eng. Pheni.x of Sept. 5, 1807 

Ann and Thomas Greene, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Littlefield, May 28, 181 5 

Capt. William and Catherine Warner, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. i, 1816 

Capt. Robert M., U. S. Army, and Isabella 

Auchmuty, youngest daughter of late 

Robert N., Esq., of Newport, at Fort Pike, 

Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., April 23, 1820 

Sarah, of Darien, Ga., and Lsaac Snow, for- 
merly of Providence, at Darien, Ga., by 

Rev.' Mr. Joyce. Patriot of Feb. 12, 1S23 

Capt. William and Mary L. Waterman, 

daughter of Dea. John, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Nov. 11, 1830 

Mrs. Elizabeth, of Philadelphia, and John 

Brown Francis, of Warwick, at Philadel- 
phia. Patriot of June 6, 1832 



352 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARROCKS Mrs. Alice and James Whittle, 
whose ages together were 143 years, at 
Kerry, Eng., after 2 days courtship. Phe- 
ni.x of Sept. 5, 1807 

HARROD Elizabeth, of Haverhill, Mass., and 
Chester Slebbins, of Boston, printer, at 
Haverhill. Phenix of Dec. 5, 1807 

Ann, of Newburyport, and Andrew Green- 
wood, Esq., attorney at law, of Hath, Me., 
at Newburyport, Mass. Pheni.x of Nov. 11, 1809 

HART Ann, of Boston, and John Bacon, of New- 
port, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Lathrop, Oct. 5, 181 1 

Ann M., daughter of Elisha H., Esq., of 
Saybrook, Ct., and Isaac Hull, Esq., U. S. 
Navy, at Bloomfield. Jan. 2, 1813 

Jarvis P. and Elizabeth Dunham, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, Nov. 28, 1819 

Nancy and John Durfee, both of and at Tiv- 
erton, by Rev. Mr. Coleman. Patriot of Dec. 20, 1820 

James W. and Penelope Dean, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Alvan Cobb. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1821 

George and Eliza Padelford, both of and at 

Taunton. Patriot of Jan. 19, 1822 

Nichols and Penelope Bowen, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tateni. Oct. 22, 1822 

Mercy and Benajah Borden, at Tiverton. 

Patriot nf May 21, 1823 

Simon and Mnry C. Carr. at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 4, 1823 

Elizabeth L., daughter of PZIisha, of Say- 
brook. Ct., sister of Mrs. Commodore Hull, 
and Hon. Heman Allen, American Minis- 
ter to Chili, of Vermont, at New Haven, 
Ct., by Rev. Bishop Brownell. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

Mrs. Rebecca and Alexander Jack, at New- 
port. Patriot of Nov. i, 1828 

John and Elizabeth Bowers, both of this 

town, at P wtu.xet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 29, 1828 

Emily, of Johnston, and Perry Davis, of 
Providence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Nov. 9, 1829 

William B., M. D., of Colrain, and Octavia 

Fairman, at Norwich, Ct. Patriot of Aug. 11, 1830 

HARTSHORN Charles and Mrs. Mary Smith, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 20, 1807 

Lucy, of Kingsboro, N. Y., and John Lar- 
cher, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, April 17, 1814 

Sylvanus and Deademia Allen, daughter of 
Major Abel, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 23, 1815 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 353 

HARTSHORN Hannah, of Johnston, N. Y., and 

Othniel, Gorton of Providence, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Ahny. Patriot of Aug. 14, iSrg 

Hanrah, of Franklin, Ct.,and George Smith, 

of Middletowr., R. I., at P'rankhn. Patriot 

of Oct. 25, 1S20 

Sylvester and Amey Vt/'aterman, eldest daugh- 
ter of Thomas, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. 

White. Patriot of Dec. 16, 1820 

Submit, of Hampton, Ct., and William Rey- 
nolds, of Norwich, Ct., at Coventry, by 

Obed Perkins, Esq., March 11, 1821 

John, of Boston, and Mary Ann Harding, 

daughter of Richard, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Feb. 26, 1822 

Samuel W., merchant, and Amelia Dana, 

daughter of Peyton, of Providence, at Nor- 

folk';^ Va., Jan. 21, 1828 

Mary, of Providence, and Samuel AJleri, of 

Centreville, N. Y., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, April 20, 1829 

Thomas C. and Ednah J. Pabodie, only 

daughter of Major William, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 13, 1830 

HARTWELL Jesse, Jr., of New Marlboro, 

Mass., and Maria Thayer, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. .Sharp, of Boston, Sept. 19, 1819 
Rev. Jesse, of Sumpterville, S. C, formerly 

of Providence, and Margaret F. Rhodie, of 

and at Charleston, S. C. Patriot of June 2, 1S24 

George and Abigail W. Eaton, daughter of 

Seth, at Taunton, Dec. 11, 1825 

Jonas and Mrs. Thankful Hriggs, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 26, 1827 

HARVEY Preston, of Taunton, and Silence 

Eddy, (if and at Rehoboth, by George W. 

Peck, p:sq., Dec. 26, 1819 

Elizabeth, of Taunton, and Thomas Hurt, of 

and at Rehoboth, Nov. 15, 1821 

Ann and John Barney, at Taunton. I'atriot 

of Jan. 10, 1824 

Polly, of Providence, and Thomas P'rances, 

formerly of Boston, at Providence, by I^ev. 

Mr. Ludlow, May 30, 1825 

Uriah T. and Abigail I^. Cloyes, both of 

Frankfort, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Skinner, of 

Utica. Patriot of July 4, 1829 

Joseph, merchant, and Lydia Ann Palmes, 

daughter of Thomas, E.sq., at Philadelphia, 

by Rev. Dr. Skinner. Patriot of April 21, 1830 



354 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARWOOD Peggy, daughter of John, printer, 
and John Marven, of Newport, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of March 7, 1807 

John, Jr., printer, and Mrs. Elizabeth Evans, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 12, 1807 

Henry, 71, and Miss Susan Chandley, 75, at 

Baltimore. Pheni.x of March 12, 1808 

Abigail, daughter of John, printer, and Frank- 
lin Cooley, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 2, 1809 

Mary and Capt. George Walden, both of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Dec. 31, 1813 

Eliza, daughter of Edward, and Joseph West, 
both of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Messer, Sept. 27, 181 5 

Harriet and William Chace, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sent. 21, 1817 

Rufus, of Smithfield, and Loan O. Bowers, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 11, 1819 

John Carter, printer, and Abby Wheaton 
Merry, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Nov. 10, 1822 

George S., of Providence, and Mary S. Wal- 
din, daughter of Capt. George, of New- 
port, at Tiverton. Patriot of Oct. 17, 1827 

Catherine S., daughter of Edward, of Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin P. Wilbur, of New- 
port, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 3, 1828 

Lieut. , \J. S. Navy, and Sarah Ann 

Wood, daughter of late Capt. Peleg, at 

Newport. Patriot of Nov. 15, 1828 

Mary G., daughter of Eldward, and Lewis 
Potter, both of Providence, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of Nov. 26, 1828 

Sail), daughter of Gen. Richard, and L eut. 
Francis Taylor, U. S. Army, at Annapolis, 
Md. Patriot of Sept. 26, 1829 

HASKELL P^dward, formerly of Newport, and 
Elizabeth Turner, daughter of Capt. 
Thomas, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. W Ison. Phenix of Feb. 7, 1 807 

Sally F., daughter of late Comfort, of Cum- 
berland, and George Mason, 2d, at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Harris, Dec. 22, 1822 

Benjamin, of Providence, and Charity Van- 
Cote, at New Haven, Ct., Feb. 4, 1828 

Artemas H., of Minor, N. Y., and Mrs. So- 
phia W. Davenport, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 5, 1828 



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April 21, 


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PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 355 

HASKELl. Jane, of Philadelphia, and William 
Edwards, Esq., of New York, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Nancy and Thomas Cunningham, at Gloces- 
ter. Patriot of 

Miss S. P. and Dr. N. C. Keep, at Boston. 
Patriot of 

Lydia, of Beverly, Mass., and Alexander 
Mitchell, at Roxbury. Patriot of 
HASKINS Mary and Cyrus Chipman.at Green- 
wich Village, by William P. Wing, Esq., 

Almiraand Leonard Baker, at Taunton. Pa- 
triot of 

William, of Boston, and Francis Maria Hod- 
ges, of and at Providence. Patriot of 
HASTINGS Mrs. Martha H., of Boston, daugh- 
ter of David Grieve, of Providence, and 
Nathaniel Holland, of and at Philadelphia. 
Patriot of Dec. 22, 1819 

Mary Ann, daughter of Nathan, of Provi- 
dence, and Joseph Stacy Sampson, ijf Bos- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
■ David R., printer, and Lucinda Beaman, at 
Bennington, Vt. Pheni.K of 

Isaiah C. and Eliza Ann Greenman, daugh- 
ter of Silas, of Newport, at Centerville, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Philip and Ruth Linnell, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Mary A., of Providence, and Thomas Brown- 
ell, of Tiverton, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
HATCH Eli and Eunice Dove, at Stockbridge, 
Mass. Phenix of 

Eleanor, 19, and Joseph Gooch, 50, in Ken- 
nebunk. Me. Phenix of 

John C, of Middletown, Ct., and Itloisa A. 
Brown, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, 

William and Elizabeth L. Ilowland, daugh- 
ter of John, both of and at Bristol, by 
Rev Mr. Wight, 

Betsey, of North Kingstown, and Thomas 
Essex, of Warwick and North Kingstown, 
by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, 

Dr. Joseph and Cynthia Kent, both of and at 
Attleboro. Patriot of 

Fanny, daughter of Col. Israel, of Attleboro, 
and Washington Peirce, of Weston, Mass., 
at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 21, 1824 



April 8, 


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Jan. 9, 


1808 


April 9, 


1826 


Aug. 9, 


1826 


Nov. II, 


1S27 


Nov. 28, 


1807 


Dec. 10, 


1808 


Sept. 20, 


1 8 19 


P^eb. 27, 


1820 


May 8, 


1820 


Dec. 27, 


1823 



356 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HATCH Mrs. Sarah B., of Hanson, Mass., and 
Winslow Stiirtevant, of Pembroke, Mass., 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 30, 1825 

George W. and Patience R. Mason, at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 23, 1826 

George C. and Martha C. Coomcr, both of 

and at Bristol. Patriot of April 25, 1827 

Solomon and Eunice W. Maxfield, daughter 
of David, both of Bristol, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Rexford. Patriot of July 4, 1827 

Sarah T., daughter of late Solomon, of Bris- 
tol, and Willian) Peck, of Seekonk, at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 17, 1827 
HATHAWAY Anthony, of East Greenwich, 
and Mrs. Lydia Studson, of and at North 
Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Sweet. Phenix 
of Aug. 20, 1808 

Frances, daughter of Capt. John, of Dighton, 
and Oakes Angier, Esq., of Belfast, Me., 
at Dighton. Phenix of May 27, 1809 

Aras, of Raynham, and Hannah Dean, of 

and at Taunton. Phenix of June 10, 1809 

Jane, daughter of Abner, and Thomas Shaw, 

both of Newport, at Bristol, Aug. 8, 1814 

Leonard, Esq., and Mrs. Hannah Haley, both 
of Wellington, Mass., at Providence. Phe- 
nix of Oct. I, 1814 

Eliza, eldest daughter of Benjamin, and 
Peter Place, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 17, 18 16 

Sally [Eliza] and Peter Place, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 17, 1816 

Joseph, of Boston, and Harriet Taylor, only 
daughter of late Gustavus, of and at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of July ir, 1S18 

Eliza, daughter of Jeremiah, of Warwick, and 
Jonathan Peirce, Jr , of Coventry, at Crans- 
ton, Sept. 2, 1819 

Sally, of Bristol, and Tabor Corey, of 
Wrentham, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. 
Patriot of Sept. 25, 18 19 

Ephraim A. and Sarah Ann Williams, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel, Esq., both of and at 
Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, Feb. 3, 1820 

Thomas and Ann Eliza Barstow, eldest 
daughter of Elias, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Dec. 25, 1821 

Adeline and Caleb Snow, at New Bedford. 

Patriot of Nov. 23, 1822 

Sally S. and Joseph Cudworth, at Freetown. 

Patriot of April g, 1823 



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357 



HATHAWAY Lydia and Samuel Andrews, of 

Taunton, at Freetown. Patriot of 
Mary Ann, daughter of late Zeiihaniah, of 

Newport, and William Ide, of and at Prov- 
idence. Patriot of 
Betsey, of Freetown, and George I'earce, of 

Berkeley, at Freetown, 
Noah F. and Nancy Paine, both of I''reetown, 

at Newport. Patriot of 
Abbie S. F. and Bertram R. Parker, both of 

and at Providence, 
George W. and Alice M. Perry, both of Digh- 

ton, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, 
Cynthia and Jonathan Pike, at I'rdvidence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Mary and Andrew Horton, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Hodge, 
Anson and Ruana Hamilton, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Lieut. Bradford, of Wellington, and Mary 

Burt, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 

Hamilton, 
Capt. James M., of Freetown, and Sally Hath- 
away, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Sally, of Providence, and Capt. James M. ■ 

Hathaway, of Freetown, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Sylvanus and Ann S. Carter, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Knock B., of Dighton, and Mira Hurt, of and 

at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
Martna, daughter of late Michael, of Assonet 

Village, and Isaac Borden, of Troy, Mass., 

at former place. Patriot of 
Joshua and Mary Ann Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Thomas Jefferson, of Cumberland, and Sarah 

Corey, of and at Smithfield, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., 
Margaret, daughter of late George, and 

George Anthony, both of Middletown, at 

Friends' Meeting House, Portsmouth, 
Michael, of Freetown, and Almira Cannon, 

daughter of Cornelius, of and at New Bed- 
ford. Patriot of 
John and Rachel Roberts, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Ann B. and Daniel S. Cobb, at Freetown. 

Patriot of 



Dec. 10, 


1823 


Jan. 3, 


1824 


April 1 8, 


1824 


April 24, 


1824 


May 6, 


1S24 


Aug. 16, 


1824 


Dec. 9, 


1824 


March 2, 


1825 


April 11, 


1825 


Oct. 9, 


1825 


Jan. I, 


1826 


Jan. I, 


1826 


May 13, 


1827 


Aug, 5, 


1827 


Oct. 20, 


1827 


Oct. 13, 


1828 


Dec. 29, 


1828 


May 13, 


1829 


Feb. 20, 


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April 18, 


1830 


June 30, 


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358 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HATHAWAY Caleb, of Providence, and Abby 

Fenner, of Johnston, daughter of Jeremiah, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 15, 1830 

Dexter and Mary W. Flagg, both of Smith- 
field, at Woonsocket Falls, Sept. 30, 1832 
HATTEN Wilson, of Providence, and Phebe 

Chamberlain, of and at Southbridge, Mass., 

by Rev. Dr. Parks. Patriot of April 7, 1S27 

HATTRICK Mary Crawford, daughter of Peter, 

of New York, and Rev. Joseph Hurlburt, 

of Albany, N. Y. Patriot of June 23, 1824 

HAUGHTON Eveline and Joseph Gay Met- 

calf, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Oct. 23, 1820 

Sally K. and George Grififin, publisher of 

National Aegis, at Sterling, Ct. Patriot 

of June 9, 1S27 

HAUSWELL Ann Maria and Alfred S. Buffing- 
ton, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April i, 1827 
HAVEN Louisa, of Framingham, Mass., and 

Rev. Elbridge Gale, of Wickford, at for- 
mer place. Patriot of April 12, 1826 
Samuel F., of Dedham, and Lydia G. Sears, 

of and at Boston. Patriot of May 22, 1830 

HAVENS Alexander, Esq., and Mrs. Phebe 

W'hitman, at Warwick, by Elder David 

Curtis. Phcni.x of Jan. 27, 18 16 

Julia Ann and Joseph Manchester, Jr., at 

Coventry, by Rev, Mr. Manchester, Nov. 23, 1817 

Nancy, of Pawtucket, and Nathan A. 

Brown, of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 25, 1818 

Fones, of North Kingstown, and Mary Lew- 
is, at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1821 
Joseph F"., of North Kingstown, and Mary 

Lewis, of Jamestown, at Newport. Patriot 

of Jan. 10, 1 82 1 

Ale.xander, Jr., of Warwick, and Mary Gates, 

of and at Uxbridge, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 

Judson, Nov. 20, 1825 

Susan and I-'reeman Baxter, both of Warwick, 

at Centreville, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 5, 1827 

HAWES Abigail, of Franklin, Mass., and Pele- 

tiah Metcalf, of Smithfield, at Franklin. 

Patriot of June 17, 1820 

Nathan and Margaret Sweet, at Attleboro, 

by Rev. Mr. Holman, April 2, 1821 

Mrs. Olive and Napoleon Bonaparte Bates, 

both of and at Smithfield, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., Oct. 5, 1823 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 359 

HAVVES Daniel B.,ot Providence, and Sabra J. 

Barrows, of North Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Patriot of Nov. 12, 1823 
Betsey and Ebenezer Crocker, both of and 

at Providence, by Kev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 22, 1825 

Maria, daughter of Col. George, and iLater- 

mer R. Shaw, of Boston, at VVrentham, 

by Rev. Elisha Fiske, Aug. 25, 1825 

William T. and Margaret M. Montgomery, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Ploomey and William Millard, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Ploomey and William Millard, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Patriot of 
Sophia C, daughter of Gen. Joseph, of North 

Providence, and George West, of Taun- 
ton, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
HAWKES Alpheus, of Providence, and Susan 

Smith, of Chatham, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, • 
Alpheus, of J'rovidence, and Abigail Smith, 

daughter of John, of Smithfield, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Eliza and William Mason, both of Provi- 
dence, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
Mrs. Elizabeth and tldvvard Tripp, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, 
HAWKINS Amey, daughter of Joseph, and 

Peyton R. Leonard, of Raynham, Mass., 

at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ann, daughter of William, and Oliver Smith, 

at Glocester, 
Samuel, of Cranston, and Alice Anthony, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Nabby and Diristus Saunders, at Scituate. 

Pheni.Y of 
Pardon, of Providence, and Waitey Mann, 

youngest daughter of late Thomas, at 

Johnston, June 7, 1812 

Joseph B. and Harriet Angell, daughter of 

Benjamin, at North Providence. Phenix 

of July 16, 1814 

Betsey, of Johnston, and Harris Medbury, of 

Glocester, at Johnston, Oct. 13, 1816 

Deborah Ann, of Providence, and Oliver 

Holmes, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, April 20, 1S17 



Dec. 


>2, 


1826 


Sept. 


27. 


1829 


Dec. 


16, 


1829 


Jan. 


II, 


1831 


Nov. 


12, 


1814 


Nov. 


17, 


1822 


May 


II, 


1826 


Nov 


■ 9, 


1828 


Jan. 


12, 


1806 


Nov. 


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1807 


Oct. 


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1811 


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14, 


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360 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAWKINS Hope, of Johnston, and Joseph S. 
Angell, of Providence, at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Sprague, Sept. 23, 1817 

Ara and Rebecca Owen, both of and at Che- 

pachet, by Rev. Mr. Hunt, July 5, 1818 

Stephen, Jr., of Glocester, and Abby S. 
Walden, daughter of Capt. George, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton. Patriot of April 17, 1819 

Mrs. Pamela and Thomas Angell, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 6, 1819 

Mary, daughter of Darias, and Viall Frank- 
lin, both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Potter, Feb. 23, 1820 

Sarah, of North Providence, and Maturin 
Ballon, 2d, of Smithfield, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 16, 1820 

Ezekiel B., of Providence, and Eliza Crans- 
ton, of and at Seekonk. Patriot of April 6, 1822 

Almira F., of Providence, and Otis Holmes, 
of Sharon, Mass., at North Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 3, 1822 

Alpheas, of Johnston, and Celia A. Rhodes, 
daughter of Richard, at Scituate,*by Rev. 
Mr. Knight, June 20, 1825 

Fidelia E. and Edward Jenckes, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Elder Allen, Dec. 22, 1825 

John H., of Providence, and Clarissa M. 

Simmons, of Scituiite, at Warwick, Jan. 8, 1826 

Loana W , of North Providence, and Hiram 
Smith, of Providence, at former place, by 
Rev. Mr. Brown, March 25, 1827 

Hezekiah, formerly of Providence, and Sarah 

R. Carlton, of and at P^ranklin, Mass., Aug. 19, 1827 

William H., of F"all River, and Harriet 
Thurber, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, Dec. 3, 1827 

Mary and Benjamin B. Burgess, at Provi- 
dence, July 23, 1828 

Elvira, daughter 0/ late Henry, of North 
Providence, and John P'ddy, of Killingly, 
Ct., at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Pa- 
triot of July 18, 1S29 
HAWLEY Emily Ann and Richard E. Eddy, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Oct. 15, 1823 
HAY George, Esq., of Richmond, and Eliza 
Munroe, eldest daughter of James, Esq., 
late minister to Great Britain ; in Albe- 
marle Co., Va. Pheni.x of Oct. 15, 1808 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 361 

HAYDEN Whiting, of Smithfield, and Mary 
C. Carpenter, of and at .'Vttleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Wright. Patriot of Dec. i6, 1S29 

Jonathan, 76, and Miss Joanna Packard, 70, 
after 3 days' courtship, at Bridgevvater, 
Mass. Phenix of Dec. 12, 1807 

HAYES Ann Dent and Hon. Alexander Mc- 
Rea, Lieut. Gov. of Virginia, both of 
Richmond, Va., at New Yorlc. Phenix of Oct. 10, 1807 

Thomas, of Philadelphia, and Susan Parker, 
daughter of Commander Bainbridge, at 
Charlestovvn, Mass. Patriot of March 30, 1825 

Sarah A. and Henry A. Sutton, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 25, 1827 

HAYFORD Daniel, Jr., of Providence, and Re- 
becca Anthony, youngest daughter of 
Feleg, of Somerset, at Providence. Phe- 
nix of Jan. 24, 1S07 

Eliza and Joseph W, Dexter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. lides, Jan. 14, 1824 

Ruth W., eldest daughter of Capt. Daniel, 
of Providence, and Nathaniel G. Helme, 
of North Kingstown, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. i, 1825 

Ann and Cyrus H. Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. P3des, July 19. 1827 

Mary Ann, daughter of Daniel, and Archi- 
bald Fairbanks, of Lancaster, Mass., both 
now of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
P^des. Patriot of May 30, 1829 

HAYLANDER Mary R., daughter of late Capt. 
Jacob, and William F. Bowen, of Philadel- 
phia, at Oxford, N. Y., , July 3, 182 1 
HAYNES Mary, of Warren Co., Ga., and Den- 
nis L. Ryan, editor of Georgia Argus, at 
Augusta, Ga. Phenix of Oct. 29, 1808 

Dr. Hiram C, 26, and Mrs. I^sther C. Car- 
ver, 69, at Ashby, Mass. Patriot of April 30, 1823 
HAYWARD Capt. Abraham, of Boston, and 
Miss Marietta Daggett, daughter of Capt. 
Elijah, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Read, May 26, 1814 

Rebecca, of Providence, and Moses Ray, at 

Brooklyn, L. L, Aug. 20, 1826 

Clarissa and Joseph Luther, both of Belling- 

ham, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Feb. 20, 1827 

Ebenezer and Susan Burbeck, at Mendon, by 

Rev. Mr. Daggett. Patriot of March 3, 1827 

HAZARD Nathaniel, Esq., of Newport, and 
Sarah C. Fales, daughter of Samuel, Esq., 
of Taunton, Mass., March 17, 1803 



362 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAZARD Esther, daughter of the late George, 

and Benjamin Pearce, at Newport. Phenix 

of Oct. 29, 1803 

Carder, of Newport, and Sally Coggeshall, of 

Bristol, at Portsmouth, April i, 1804 

Sylvester R., of Newport, and Gulielma 

Maria Babcock, of and at South Kingstown, 

by Matthew Robinson, Esq., April 23, 1820 

Hannah B. and John B. Arnold, both of 

Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, May i, 1820 

Job G. and Hannah Tabor, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 5, 1820 

Mumford and Sarah Tilley, daughter of 

Abraham, at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 14, 182 1 

Hannah and John T. Newman, both of and 

at Newport. Patriot of May 18, 1S22 

Joseph B., of South Kingstown, and Ruhanah 

L. Champlain, daughter of Nathaniel, of 

and at NewShoreham. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1823 

Alice R., daughter of Thomas H., of New- 
port, and Joseph Babcock, of Middletown, 

at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 25, 1824 

Capt. George R., formerly of Newport, and 

Ann Barrett, of New York, at Richmond, 

Va. Patriot of March 15, 1826 

Hannah M., daughter of Richard, and Cyrel 

C. Wheeler, of Warren, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Gammell, May 9, 1827 

Frances G , daughter of late John, of New- 
port, and P^lnathan C. Brown, of Westerly, 

at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. North rp. May 10, 1827 
Dr. Rowland R. and Anna Collins, daughter 

of Lieut. Gov. Collins, at Trinity Church, 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. i, 1827 

John P. and Sarah A. S. Bowen, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. i, 1828 

Julia S., daughter of Carder, Esq., and Abiel 

B. Sherman, at Norwich, Ct. Patriot of Feb. 16, 1828 

Robey, of Westport, and Thomas Briggs, at 

Adamsville, R. I. Patriot of Jan. 31, 1829 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and Josiah F. Ev- 
erett, of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Phillips, Feb. 15, 1829 

Martha, daughter of late John, Jr., of New- 
port, and Orimus M. Stillman, of Westerly, 

at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. North- 
up, Aug. 23, 1829 
Mary and Samuel Pearce, both of and at 

North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup. 

Patriot of March 24, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



HAZELTINE I>tsey and William Hoit, Jr., 

printer, at Concord, N. H. Phenix of July 29, 1S09 

Nancy and Rev. Adoniram Jud.son, Mission- 
ary to India, at Bradford, Mas.s. Pheni.x 

of Feb. 15, 1812 

HAZELTON John and Mrs. Mary Burlingame, 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 23, 1812 

HEACOCK Mrs. Eleanor and Major Thomp- 
son Maxwell, 82, near Detroit, by Rev. 

Mr. Heacock. The Major served in the 

British and American Continental Armies 

nearly 70 years ; was at the battles of 

Fighting Island and Bloody Bridge, in 

Pontiac's War and one of the few that es- 
caped from the latter battle alive. Patriot 

of 
HEAD Isaac and Sally Head, at Pembroke, N. 

H. Phenix of 
Sally and Isaac Head, at Pembroke, N. H. 

Phenix of 
Ann and Isaac Sisson, both of Portsmouth, 

at Newport. Patriot of 
Ann and Isaac Sisson, at Newport. Patriot 

of 
Maria, formerly of Newport, and George 

Tripp, of Providence, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Kent, Jan. 24, 1827 

HEALD Calvin, of Boston, merchant, and Mary 

C. Ward, daughter of late Samuel, of and 

at Roxbury. Patriot of July 31, 1S30 

HEALEY Lucy and Capt. William Farrier, both 

of and at Providence, May 20, 18 n 

Moses and Dulcena Chamberlain, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

Phenix of Dec. 16, 1815 

Joseph, principal of Pawtucket High School, 

and Rachel W. Little, daughter of Edward 

P., of Marshfield, Mass., at Pembroke, at 

the Friends' Meeting House, 
HEARSEY Sylvanus and Rhoda West, at New 

Bedford. Patriot of 
HEART Rev. William H. and Lydia H. More, 

at Hamstead, N. Y. Patriot of 
C. I. and Margaret Halfpenny, at Baltimore, 

Patriot of 
HEATH Mehitable and Capt. Joseph Smith, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
William and PLliza G. Vose, daughter of late 

Thomas, at Newport. Patriot of 



Sept. 24, 


1823 


March 9, 


1805 


March 9, 


1805 


Jan. 8, 


1823 


Jan. 8, 


1823 



April 12, 


1S32 


Nov. 3, 


1821 


Feb. 19, 


1820 


F-eb. 21, 


1S24 


May 2. 


1818 


July 19, 


1820 



364 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HEATH Margaret, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, 
of Newport, and Thomas Ash, of London, 
Eng., at Newport. Patriot of May 24, 1823 

Nathaniel and I""reelove Eager, at Providence, Nov. 27, 1823 
John and Mary Ann Nason, daughter of late 

Nathaniel, at Newport. Patriot of June 16, 1824 

Charles and Elizabeth Thompson, daughter 

of John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Oct. 27, 1825 

HEATON Mrs. Harriet C, of Smithfield, and Wil- 
liam Angell, of North Providence, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Parke, Dec. 25, 1821 

HEELS Deborah and Jonathan Neck. In Eng- 
land. Phenix of Sept. 15, 1810 

HEFFERLEN Mrs. Nancy and Joseph Tabor, 

both of and at Providence, June 12, 1803 

HEIGHT John, 62, and Sarah Howe, 56, at Phil- 
adelphia. Pheni.x of July 2, 1808 

HELME Major William, and Mrs. P""anny Potter, 

of Newport, at P>riHtol. Pheni.x of Jan. 2r, 1809 

Sarah, daughter of the late Major W , 

and William Card, Jr., at Newport. Pheni.x 
of Oct. 14, 1809 

Bernon and Elizabeth Olney, daughter of 
late Col. Christopher, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 22, 181 1 

Walter C, of Smithfield, and Mary Ann Mer- 

rell, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Jan. 2, 1825 

Nathaniel G., of North Kingstown, and Ruth 
W. Hayford, eldest daughter of Capt. 
Daniel, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Feb. i, 1825 

Ann, youngest daughter of late John, of 
Kingston, R. I., and Thomas W. Nason, of 
Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Paine, March 22, 1830 

HEMANS Harriet, of Beverly, and John Loruig, 

of Boston, at Providence. Phenix of Nov. 3, i8iO 

HEMBOROUGH Mrs. Sarah, 59,and John Har- 
rison, 79, his fourth wife. Had been a 
widower 16 days, at Drax, Eng. Phenix 
of Sept. 5, 1807 

HEMENWAY Dr. Robert E„ of Shrewsbury, 
Mass., and Eliza Jackson, daughter of 
Major Samuel, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 12, 1825 

Mary, of Providence, and Elijah Thayer, of 
Medfield, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Jan. 12, 1826 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 365 

HENDERSON Louisa, daughter of late Capt. 

John, of New York, and Capt. Joseph S. 

Munro, of Providence, at Charleston, S. C, April 28, 1821 
John and Lydia Cooke, daughter of kite Reu- 
ben, both of and at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 27, i82[ 
Col Archibald, commandant of the Marine 

Corps, and Ann Maria Cazenove, second 

daughter of Anthony C, lisq., at Alexan- 
dria, S. C. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1823 
James, of Newport, and Thisbe 11 Wheeler, 

of and at Stonington, Jan. g, 1S27 

Eliza, of Newport, and Joseph Paddock, of 

Nantucket, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Choules, Jan. i, 1829 

HENDLEY John D. and Merebah Au.stin, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 13, 1823 

HENDRICK Benjamin W. and Mrs. Sarah VV. 

l^rowning, both of and at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Cutler, Sept. 19, [824 

Daniel and Phebe C. Browncll, daughter of 

late William, at Smithfield, by Lewis Ue.\- 

ter, Itsq., July 24, 1825 

HENDRICKS Phebe and Luther Crocker, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 5, 1824 

HENRY Sally and James Anthony, at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of April 21, 1804 
Nancy and Jacob Alverson, Nov. 15, 1807 
Nancy, daughter of John, and Benjamm 

Greene, at Thompson, Ct. Pheni.x of Feb. 20, 1808 

Mary and Stuteley Smith, Jr., at Pavvtuxet, Dec. 25, 1808 
Susan and John Toussaint, both of and at 

Charleston, S. C. [The husband gives 

public notice he will not jjay wife's debts.] July 10, 181 1 

Betsey and Abriah Manning, of Tewksbury, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 10, 1812 

Zimri and Mary Tyler, second daughter of 

late George, of and at P'oster, by Rev. Mr. 

Potter, Aug. 31, 18 17 

Abby W. and Thomas P"enner, Jr., both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. g, 1817 

John, of Providence, and Lydia Rogers, of 

and at Lyme, Ct., Aug. i8, 1820 

Samuel, of Otsego Co., N. Y.,and Lucy Av- 

erell, of and at Pomfret, Ct. Patriot of Oct. 13, 182 r 

Molly, third daughter of Stephen, of Crans- 
ton, and Asahal H. Vallett, of Johnston, 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Jan. i, 1822 

Thomas, Jr., of Providence, and Eliza 

Rhodes, of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Westcott, June 22, 1824 



566 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HENRY Phebe, of Smithfield, and Caleb Hill, 
of Scituate, at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, 
Esq., Jan. i6, 1825 

Mrs. and Barrett, both of the 

Boston and Providence Theatres, at New 

York, June 24, 1825 

Hannah R., of Providence, and John W. 
Dexter, of Charlton, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 14, 1825 

Alice Eliza and Daniel Cheever, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 7, 1825 

Charles A., Esq., Marshall of Mobile, for- 
merly of Holden, Mass., and Carmalite 
Holdenburg, of and at Mobile. Patriot of Dec. 24, 1825 

Charles W. and Mary A. Hall, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 25, 1827 

Charles S., Esq., attorney at law, of Savan- 
nah, Ga., and Sally R. Aborn, daughter of 
Thomas, formerly of Providence, at for- 
mer place. May 31, 1827 

Harriet and Henry Greene, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, March 9, 1828 

Lydia, of Northbridge, and William Lewis, 
of Uxbridge, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Frieze, April 25, 1830 

HENSHAW John L. and Ann Maria Corey, 
daughter of late Capt. Ebenezer, at Provi- 
dence, by Rov. Mr. Edes, June 16, 1814 
HERB John F., of Savannah, and Sarah W. Pot- 
ter, daughter of Capt. Holliman, of Provi- 
dence, at Savannah. Phenix of May 16, 1812 
HERLITZ Capt. Joseph, of New York, and 
Louisa Lippitt, second daughter of late 
Capt. John, of and at Providence. Phenix 
of March 12, 1814 
HERRICK James D. and Mary Young, both 

1 of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. i, 1824 

HERRING Mary and John Low, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. Phe- 
nix of July 16, 1 814 
HERRINGTON Henry and Esther Mowry, of 
Johnston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 
Phenix of May 14, 1814 
HERVEY Dr. Eliphalet W., late graduate of 
Brown, and Dorcas Fearing, of and at 
Wareham, Mass. Patriot of Sept. 21, 1825 

Lady, daughter of Richard Caton, of Balti- 
more, and granddaughter of Charles Car- 
roll, of Carroliton, and Frances Godolphin 
DeArcy, Marquis of Caermarthen (son of 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 367 

HERVEY: 

the Duke of Leeds and heir apparent), in 

England. Patriot of June 7, 1828 

HETHERINGTON Mrs. Mary and Dr. S. H. 

Kenyon, both of and at Providence. Pa- 
triot of Feb. 5, 1823 
Ann Elizabeth and Arba C. Dike, both of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, April 19. 1S27 

Charlotte J., of Providence, and Charles N. 

Pond, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. ■Waterman, Nov. 12, 1828 

HEWITT Albert H. and Freelove P. Cross, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 16, 1829 
HEWES Mrs. Amelia and Rev. Solomon Sias, 

of the Methodist Church, at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Merritt, July 3'. 1825 

HICKEY Mrs. Catharine and Bryan Doyle, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Woodley, June 25, 1828 

HICKMAN Louisa P., of Newton, Mass., and 

Major Samuel J. Smith, one of the pub- 
lishers of the Cadet, of Providence, at New- 
ton, Nov. 9, 1828 
Anna M. C, granddaughter of late Gen. 

Hull, and George A." Otis, Jr., Esq., at 

Newton. Patriot of Feb. 17, 1830 

HICKS Mary, daughter of Capt. David, and 

Thomas Walton, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Ja'i' 16, 1803 

Ratcliffe and Eliza Randall, second daughter 

of Henry, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, ' Nov. 1 5, 1807 
Mahaia, of U.xbridge, Mass., and Dexter 

Brown, of Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Littlefield. Phenix of June 17, 1815 

Anna and Reuben S. Bennett, both of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Aug. ir, i8i6 

Alvina and Levi Smith, both of Providence, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake. Phenix 

of Oct. 31, 1818 

John W., of Tiverton, and Lucinda Bliss, 

daughter of Capt. Asa, of and at Rehoboth. 

Patiiot of Oct. 28, 1820 

Sarah and Growler P. Irish, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Feb. 13, 1821 

Marceha, second daughter of Richard, and 

William Dexter, Jr., at Scituate, by Rev. 

Mr. Knight. Patriot of March 3. 1821 



368 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HICKS Eliza Young, of Scituate, and Darius 
Rve. Sessions.of Providence, at Scituate, by 
Mr. Edes, 

Samuel and Fanny Luther, daughter of Job, 
at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

Mrs. Frances and Benjamin Allen, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Hannah, daughter of Gabriel, Esq., and Capt. 
Joseph Corey, at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 
Peckham, 

Ransom, of Providence, and Ann Almy 
Tompkins, daughter of Nathaniel, of and 
at Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Paine, 

Gilbert, of Rehoboth, and Melancy Thayer, 
daughter of Abiather, of and at Attleboro, 

Abby and Henry Luther, at Swanzey, by 
Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

Caroline L., of Taunton, and Robert Rhodes, 
of Pawtucket, at Taunton, 

John VV., of North Providence, and Jane 
Paulding, of : nd at Johnston, by Elder 
Martin Cheney, 

William and Huldah Colwell, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Church, 
HIDDEN Enoch and Harriet Hubbard, daugh- 
ter of Ezra, at Providence. 

James and Mary Clifford, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William K. and Caroline B. Grant, at Provi- 
dence, 

Lucy Ann and Samuel W. Butts, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
HIGGINS John, of North Providence, and 

Lydia Arnold, of and at Warwick, 
HIGGISON Elizabeth Arnold and Ira Draper, 
both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, 
HILL Christopher and Polly Marshall, at Provi- 
dence, 
HULL Cyrene and Charles Potter, 2d, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mary, 14, second daughter of Major Christo- 
pher, and William Riley, 17, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Major Christo- 
pher, of Providence, and William Owen 
Jones, at Bristol, 

Innocent, of Sterling, Ct., and Jacob Roon, 
Jr., at Sterling, by Justice Ames. Phenix 
of 



May 21, 1821 

Dec. 5, 1822 

Sept. 16, 1823 

July 10, 1S25 

Nov. 13, 1825 

Jan. I, 1826 

Feb. 12, 1826 

Dec. 10, 1827 

March 29, 1829 

May 27, 1830 

March 15, 1807 

Sept. 10, 1809 

Oct. 3, 1821 

Oct. 4, 182 1 

Nov. 13, 1825 

Oct. 24, 1S20 

April 21, 1808 

Jan. 8, 1809 

May 28, 1809 

Nov. 18, 1 8 10 

March 14. 18 12 



PROVIDEXCE PHEXIX-MARRIAGES 



369 



HULL Polly, of Sterling, Ct., and Jame.s 15. Ken- 
nedy, of Providence, at Sterling. PhenLx 
of 

Martha C. and Cornelius Mahoney, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Henry, of Providence, and Charlotte Wether- 
bee, of and at Stowe, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
.- Newell. Phenix of 

Rev. Oliver, of Lawsville, Penn.. and Creusa 
Wood, at Middleboro, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Gurney. Phenix of 

Jeremiah and Baska Rose, daughter of Capt. 
William, of Newport, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Rebecca M. and George W. Gladding, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lydia and Dr. Samuel Crapon, both of and at 
Smithfield, 

Caleb, of Providence, and Hannah Under- 
wood, eldest daughter of Samuel, of and at 
South Kingstown, by Elder Palmer. Phe- 
nix of 

Nancy E., of Providence, and Isaac Peck- 
ham, of Wickford, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Thomas Manchester, 

John, Jr., and Jane Hutton, b<ith of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary A. and Jacob B. .Moore, Jr.. of Con- 
cord, one of the editors of New Hampshire, 
Patriot, at Ashburnham, N. H. Patriot of 

Thomas and Lucy Ann Allen, daughter of 
late John, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 
Mr. Gardiner, 

Amey, of South Kingstown, and Samuel 
Proud, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Sally, of Taunton, and Amos Luther, at 
Wellington, Mass. Patriot of 

Senaca, formerly of Smithfield, and Matilda 
Palmer, of and at Danby, Vt., 

Mrs. Lucretia Catharine Timmons and 
Joshua P. Blanchard, at Boston. Patriot 
of 

Mary, only daughter of late Capt. John, and 
Gottleib Graupner, both of Boston, at 
Providence, 

Benjamin C. and Dorothy Dudley, daughter 
of Paul, Esq., at Douglass, Mass. Patriot 
of 

George W., of Smithfield, and Sally Albee, 
of and at Providence. Phenix of 



March 14, 


1812 


Jan. 26, 


1813 


May 15, 


1813 


May 28, 


1814 


June 16, 


1814 


Sept. 20, 


1814 


Oct. I, 


1815 



Jan. 6, 



Jan. II, 


1S17 


May 3. 


1819 


Sept. 2, 


1820 


Jan. 14, 


1821 


May 14, 


1821 


Dec. 15, 


1821 


July 4. 


1822 


Sept. 28, 


1822 


Oct. 2, 


1822 


Dec. 14, 


1822 


Feb. 26, 


1823 



816 



370 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HULL Mary Ball, widow of Hon. Arthur, of 

Savannah, Ga., and Thomas B. Mitchell. 

formerly of Providence, at Dameron Place, 

Miss., March 19, 1823 

Henry C. and Hannah Card, both of and at 

Providence. Patriot of April 26, 1823 

Nathan, Jr., and Sarah Ann Maguire, both 

of North Kingstown, at Wickford. Pa- 
triot of Nov. 26, 1823 
Charles, of Sherbourne, and Nancy Jones, 

daughter of Capt. S , of and at Med- 

way, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Bailey, July 11, 1824 

Caleb, of Scituate, and Phebe Henry, of 

and at Smithfield, 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, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 28, 1826 
John V. and Sarah A. Field, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 8, 1827 

Haile Maria, of Providence, and John G. Mo- 
ses, of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Seamans, June 24, 1827 

Paris, of Providence, and Sarah Chapin, 

daughter of Amaziah, of and at U.xbridge, 

by Rev. Samuel Judson, Aug. 21, 1827 

Charlotte Elizabeth, daughter of late Capt. 

Samuel, of Boston, an Charles G. Greene, 

junior editor of National Palladium, Phila- 
delphia, at Boston. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1827 
Sarah P., daughter of Capt. George, of 

Smithfield, and Oregon D. Richardson, 

Esq., attorney at law, of Pontiac, Mich., 

at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., July 24, 1828 

James, U. S. Army, and Amanda Doyle, a 

Creek pupil, at the Asbury Missionary In- 
stitute, Fort Mitchell, Creek Nation, by 

Rev. Mr. Hill. Patriot of April 4, 1829 

Mercy, daughter of late Capt. Jonathan, of 

Warren, and Isaac Macomber, of Fall 

River, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, May 31, 1829 

Jane W. P. and Dudley Walker, both of and 

at Mansfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 21, 1830 

Jane, of Smithfield, and Dudley Walker, of 

Pawtucket, at Smithfield, April 21, 1830 

Mary Ann and Sylvester R. Jackson, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 13, 1830 

Silence, 79, of Norton, and Ezra Eddy, 76, at 

Taunton. Patriot of June 23, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



371 



HULL Abby and Christopher \V. Greene, at 
East Greenwich. Patriot of 
Nancy and Capt. James Carroll, both of 

Smithfield, at Slatersville, 
Hiram and Mary Ann Fowler, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
HILLARD Deborah and Cooke Brownell, at 
Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Coleman. 
Patriot of 
HILLER Sarah, 86, and William l^agg. 86, after 
63 years courtship, in England, Patriot 
of 
HILLMAN Maria P. and Capt. B. Gifford, of 
New Bedford, at Westport. Patriot of 
Alexander, of Boston, and Mary T. Lewis, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
HILLS John and Cyrene Phillips, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 
HILLSON Thomas and lileanor Augusta John- 
son, both of New York Park Theatre, at 
Oyster Bay, L. I. Patriot of 
HIMES Sylvester and Mary Ann Brownell, both 
of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Maria A. and Samuel Low, Jr., at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 
HINCKLEY David, of Boston, merchant, and 
Sarah Outram, of and at Alfreton, Eng. 
Phenix of 
Abby, of Stonington, and George Cross, of 

Westerly, at Stonington. Patriot of 
Ann Outram, only daughter of late David, 
Esq., of Boston, and William Gill Hodg- 
kinson, of Nottinghamshire, Eng., at Bos- 
ton. Patriot of 
Mary and Amos Otis, Jr., at Barnstable. 
Patriot of 

HINDMAN Col. J , U. S. Army, and 

Susan Wyatt, daughter of late John, Esq., 
of Delaware, at Philadelphia. Patriot of 
HINES William and Lydia Potter, at Glocester, 
Joseph, of Coventry, and Mrs. Esther Tripp, 
daughter of Joshua Godfrey, of Chatham, 
Mass., at North Kingstown, 
Mrs. Harriet, daughter of Cyrus French, 
Esq., and Dr. Peleg Johnson, at South 
Kingstown. Patriot of 
Stephen P. and Abby P. Runnells, both of 
Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 



Jan. 8, 
March 3, 
June [3, 

Feb. 23, 



June 9, 


1824 


July 18, 


1827 


Nov. 2, 


1S28 


Dec. 3, 


1818 


Aug. 31, 


1S25 


Oct. 30, 


1828 


Nov. 16, 


1828 


Aug. 22, 


1807 


Nov. 4, 


1820 


Oct. 25, 


1826 


Aug. 21, 


1830 


July 20, 
March 27, 


1825 
1814 


Oct. 25, 


rSiS 


June 6, 


1S21 


Oct. 16, 


1823 



83 f 

«3i 
832 

822 



372 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HINES Thomas J., of Norwich, Ct., and Abby D. 

Peirce, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. Patriot of May ig, 1824 

John C, of Providence, and Henrietta Howe, 

of and at New Yorlv, Sept. 25, 1828 

Mrs. Julia E. and Edward S. R. Remington, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 4, 1830 
HINMAN Lyman, aged 20, and Miss Jennet 

Stevens, aged 60, after two days' courtship, 

at Perry, N. Y. Patriot of May 26, 1819 

HINSDALE Elizabeth C, daughter of John, of 

Middletown, and Elijah H. Kimball, Esq., 

of Waterford, N. Y., at Middletown, by 

Rev. John I^. Crane, Sept. 3, 1827 

HISCOX Mary Ann, of Newport, and William 

Smith, of Bristol, at Newport, Sept. 16, 1823 

HISCOCK Hannah and Ephraim Horsewell, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 15, 1826 

HITCHCOCK Mrs. Elizabeth, daughter of the 

late Capt. Jonathan Dennison, and Gardi- 
ner Daggett, attorney at law, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Messer, May 13, 1810 

Avis Eliza, daughter of late Jonathan P., and 

Thomas B. Fenner, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2, 1821 

Louisa, of Pawtucket, and Edward F. Miller, 

of Providence, at Pawtucket. Patriot of Dec. 15, 1824 

HOAR George and Margaret Luther, daughter 

of John, of Warren, at Bristol. Patriot of Feb. 13, 1822 

Martha and Isaac Hadwen, both of and at 

Bristol. Patriot of Dec. 11, 1822 

Benjamin and Martha Waldron, both of and 

at Bristol. Patriot of Nov. 24, 1824 

Lewis T. and Frances T. Burrows, daughter 

of Joseph, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurt- 

leff. Patriot of Jan. u, 1832 

HOBBS Richard and Martha T. Gladding, 

daughter of James, Jr., both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wright, July 11, 1828 

HOBART Benjamin, Esq., attorney at law, of 

Abington, Mass., and Lucy Lazell, young- 
est daughter of Gen. Sylvanus, at Bridge- 
water, Mass., Oct. 10, 181 1 
HODGE David, 102 yrs., 2 mos., and Miss 

Elizabeth Bailey, 40, both of Columbia Co., 

Ga.; in Georgia. Patriot of Jan. 22, 1820 

[Mr. Hodge was at Braddock's Defeat, and 

served through the Revolutionary War.] 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES * 373 

HODGE James H., of Boston, and Mary B. Sim- 
mons, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, April 16, 1826 

HODGES Chloe, eldest daughter of Isaac, and 
Massa Bassett, of Providence, at Norton, 
Mass. Phenix of Sept. 15, 1804 

Fanny, of Norton, Mass., and Dr. Abijah 
Willard, of Uxbndge, at Norton, by Rev. 
Mr. Clarke. Phenix of Dec. 5, 1807 

Charlotte, daughter of James M., and Mar- 
cus Morton, attorney at law, son of Na- 
thaniel, both of and at Taunton, by Rev. 
Mr. Pipon. Phenix of Dec. 26, 1807 

Isaac, Jr., of Norton, and F"anny Allen, eldest 
daughter of late CajJt. Noah, of Rehoboth, 
at Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Dec. i, 1808 

Charles and Julia Ann Burr, eldest daugh- 
ter of Ezekiel, Esq., at Providence. Phe- 
nix of Nov. 17, i8io 

Bradford and Joanna Whipple, daughter of 

William, both of Providence, at 15oston, March 6, 1816 

James L., P^sq , and Harriet L. Fales, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Samuel, at Taunton. Phenix 
of Jan. 3, 1818 

Mary, daughter of Isaac, and Sylvanus B. 
Braman, both of and at Norton, liy liev. 
Mr. Clarke. Phenix of Nov. 7, 1818 

Capt. Lebbeus and Abigail Williams, both of 
Taunton, at l^erkeley, Mass., by Abram 
Crane, Esq., April 13, 1821 

Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac, Esq., and Capt. 
Thomas Copeland, both of and at Norton, 
by Rev. Mr. Clarke. Patriot of June 6, 1821 

Samuel, Jr., Esq., Consul of the U. S., for 
the Cape de Verde Islands, and Marion 
Walsh, at Stoughton, Mass. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1821 

Rev. Richard M., of Bridgevvater, and Eliza 
Ouincy Dennison, daughter of Gen. Will- 
iam, of and at Boston, Oct. 29, 1821 

Jarvis and Mehitable Tisdale, daughter of 
late Job, of Taunton, at Norton, by Rev. 
Mr. Clarke. Patriot of Dec. 8, 1821 

Alexander, of Providence, and Julia Ann 

Champlain, of and at Warren, April 10, 1825 

Frances A., of Taunton, and Joseph A. 
Wood, of Ellsworth, Me., at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Aug. 25, 1825 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Preston, and 
Ward A . Works, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickermg, April 30, 1827 



374 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HODGES Eliza A., daughter of Preston, of 
Providence, and Capt. Caleb Harris, at 
New York, July 12, 1827 

Almon D. and Martha Comstock, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 15, 1827 

Frances Maria, of Providence, and William 
Haskins, of Boston, at Providence. Pa- 
triot of July 10, 1830 

HODGKINSON William Gill, of Nottingham- 
shire, England, and AnnOutram Hinckley, 
only daughter of late David, Esq., of and 
at Boston. Patriot of Oct. 25, 1826 

HOES Lucas, of Kinderhook, N. Y., and Abi- 
gail Waterous, of and at I^rovidence, by 
I-iev. Mr. Wilson, June 30, 1808 

HOFFSKS Mary and Capt. Jacob L. Kaler, at 
Waldoboro, Me., after an engagement of 
IS years. Patriot of March 22, 1823 

HOGAN Harriet, second daughter of Michael, 
Consul of U. S., at Valparaiso, Chile, and 
John Styles, Esq., M. D. Patriot of Sept. 8, 1S30 

HOGG James, of North Carolina, and Mary 

Wooten. Patriot of June 30, 1832 

HOIT William, Jr., printer, and Betsey Hazel- 
tine, at Concord, N. H. Pheni.v of July 29, 1809 

HOLBROOK Patty, daughter of John, mer- 
chant, mid William Fessenden, printer, at 
Brattleboro, Vt, Phenix of Oct. 31, 1807 

Abel and Sally S. Hopkins, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 13, 1812 

Lowell, of New York, merchant, and Ange- 
line Nelson, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. 
E F"iske, Dec. 21, 1824 

Henry J., of Boston, and Fanny T. Seabury, 

of and 'at Taunton. Patriot of Nov. 18, 1826 

Britaina and Charles Thurber, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 3, 1827 

Sarah L., daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Dr. 
Mifflin Coulter, U. S. Navy, both of and 
at Baltimore, Md. Patriot of May 30, 1829 

HOLBURTON Susan, daughter of Major 
Thomas, of South Kingstown, and Gen. 
Joseph Stanton, of Charlestown, at South 
Kingstown. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1823 

HOLDEN Mary, daughter of late Capt. Ran- 
dall, and Capt. John Peirce, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Pheni.v of June 23, 1804 
Capt. Charles, Jr., and Ann Hall, daughter 
of the late Col. Levi, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 14, 1810 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX- MARPvIAGES 



HOLDEN Ulysses and Julia Ann Draper, 
youngest daughter of Paul, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 27, 181 8 

George, Esq., of Warwick, and Patience Rey- 
nolds, daughter of late Col. Simon, of and 
at Coventry, Jan. i, 1819 

Ulysses and Eliza Hadwen, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Patriot of Aug. 16, 1823 

Henry and Mary Ann Cooke, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 2, 1823 

Jabez and Mary Phillips, at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtltff, Oct. 14, 1826 

Charles, 2d, and Ann Cornell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 13, 1827 

Anne Frances, daughter of Thomas, of War- 
wick, and Robert Rhodes Stafford, of 
Providence, at Warwick, Nov. 4, 1827 

Thomas and Mrs Sarah Arnold, at War- 
wick. Patriot of Feb. 13, 1828 

Bennett L. and Sarah G. Remington, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin, Esq., both of and at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. ^[anchester, Dec. 7, 1828 

Mary S. and Lorenzo D. Anthony, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 31, 1830 

Zelotus W. and Fanny H. Carpenter, daugh- 
ter of Dr. Thomas O. H., at Foster, by 
Rev. Mr. Burlingame, Feb. 2, 1830 

Thomas, Jr.. and Mary Eliza Stafford, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Job Manchester, Dec. 15, 1830 

Randall, 2d, of Providence, and Sarah Rhodes, 
daughter of Peleg, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, May 18, 183 1 

HOLDEN BURG Carmalite, of Mobile, Ala., 
and Charles A. Henry, Escj , marshal of 
Mobile, formerly of Holden, Mass., at Mo- 
bile. Patriot of Dec. 24, 1825 
HOLDOFF Eliza Tillinghast, of Providence, and 
Solomon Harris, of Brooklyn, Ct., at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 18, 18 ig 
HOLMES Leonice and Marston Sampson, both 

of Plymouth, at Providence, Sept. 10, 1810 

Charlotte and Robert Allen, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, July 7, 1814 

Oliver, of Boston, and Deborah Ann Hawkins, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 20, 1817 

Robert N. and Martha Ary, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 7, 1818 

Joseph F., of Providence, and Sabra Cobb, 
daughter of Otis, of and at Wrentham, by 
Rev. Mr. Fiske, April 5, 1820 



376 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HOLMES James, of Attleboro, and Nancy Ar- 
nold, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, of Pawtucket, April 9, 1820 

Ezra F. and Maria D. Dean, at Taunton, 

Mass. Patriot of July 7, 1821 

Maria, of Warwick, and Jeremiah Gardiner, 

of East Greenwich, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, July 29, 1821 

Eliza, of Attleboro, and Virgil Draper, of 

Rome, N. Y., at Attleboro, Feb. 11, 1822 

Otis, of Sharon, Mass., and Almira F. Haw- 
kins, of Providence, at North Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 3, 1822 

Mary, daughter of Rev. Dr. Holmes, and Dr. 

Usher Parsons, at Cambridge, Mass., by 

Rev. Dr. Holmes, Sept. 23, 1822 

Patty and George S. Aldridge, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 24, 1822 

Rebecca R. and John Bruce, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Killam, June 26, 1823 

Mary B., of Providence, and l^enjamin Miller, 

of East Greenwich, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, Dec. 25, 1823 

Sally and Calvin Willis, both of Norton, at 

Taunton. Patriot of March 27, 1824 

Henry and Mrs. Freelove Hopkins, daughter 

of Elder John Williams, of Foster, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge. Patriot of April 10, 1824 
Sally, of Providence, and Warren Tabor, of 

New Bedford, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tobey, May 9, 1824 

Mrs. Lucretia and Capt. Benjamin Stubbs, 

both of and at Woodstock, Ct., by William 

Bowen, Esq., March 5, 1826 

F"anny A. and Royal W. Tyler, both of and 

at Salem, by Rev. Nathaniel Miner, Jan. 29, 1827 

Joanna B., of Providence, and Jedediah 

Sprague, of Glocester, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 18, 1827 

James B., of Providence, and Lenira W. Cot- 
ton, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, Oct. i, 1827 

Leonard and Fanny Ballou, daughter of Rev. 

Hosea, at Boston. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1827 

Melancy, of Taunton, and Charles Lawton, of 

Sutton, at Taunton, Oct. 18, 1827 

Caroline A. H., and James F. Howe, junior 

editor of the Evening Bulletin, at Boston, Nov. 13, 1828 

Mary T. and Asa W. Davis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 25, 1828 



\pril 12, 


1829 


Nov. 21, 


1829 


Dec. 9, 


1829 


Dec. 22, 


1819 


Feb. 20, 


1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 

HOLMES Sarah, of North I'luvidence, and 

William A. Smith, of Providence, at Paw- 

ti'.cket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Aaron C. and Cordelia Cooke, at Province- 
town, Mass. Patriot of 
Susan Martha and Charles P. Smith, at New 

York. Patriot of 
HOLLAND Nathaniel, of Philadelphia, and 

Mrs. Martha H. Hastings, of Boston, 

daughter of David Grieve, of Providence, 

at former place. Patriot of 
John and Harriet Ruggles, at Taunton. Pa- 
triot of 
HOLLEV Henrietta Williamson, only daughter 

of President Holley, of the Transylvania 

University, and William I\L Brand, mer- 
chant, at Lexington, Ky., 
HOLLIS Abigail D. and John O. Grossman, at 

Taunton. Patriot of 
HOLM AN Joseph George, Esq., Manager of 

Charleston, S. C, Theatre, and Mary 

Latimer, both of and at Charleston, S. 

C., 
HOLROYD William, of Providence, merchant, 

and Mrs. Patience Tillinghast, of and at 

Uxbridge, Mass., by Rev. I\'Ir. Judson, 
George, of Providence, and Mary Ann Aborn, 

daughter of John A.. Esq., of and at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Nov. 21, 181 1 

Samuel T., of Providence, and Mary A. Taft, 

daughter of Willis, of Uxbridge. ALass., at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of May i, 1813 

Mrs. Mary Ann, of Pawtuxet, and Otis 

Taft, of Uxbridge, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 6, 181 8 

Stephen and Lucy Adams, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Prof. Caswell. Jan. 20, 1830 

HOLT Jesse G., printer, and Ann Catharine 

Dunn, at Hudson, N. Y. Phenix of Feb. 25, 1809 

Sarah Ann, daughter of late Capt. Christo- 
pher, and Benjamin Marvel, Jr., both of 

and at Newport. Phenix of July 13, 1816 

Nathaniel, of Newport, and Frances J^arker, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 7, 1820 

Capt. Jacob, of Hampton, Ct., and Mrs. 

Penelope Greene, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Messer. Phenix of June 27, 1818 

John E. and Elizabeth Cornell, daughter of 

Thomas, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 26, 1821 

Jane and Nathaniel Holt, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of May 17, 1823 



Jan. I, 


1825 


Dec. 27. 


1823 


Feb. 23, 


1817 


Nov. 28. 


1805 



378 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOLT Nathaniel and Jane Holt, both of and at 

Newport. Patriot of May 17, 1823 

William and Rebecca Rich rds, daughter of 
late John, Esq., both of and at Newiiort. 
Patriot of March 27, 1824 

Timothy and Thankful Winslow, of Ded- 

ham, at Mansfield, Mass. Patriot of March 3, 1827 

HOLTON Polly and Nahum Howard, both of 
Franklin, Mass., at Providence, by Justice 
Martin, Esq., Sept. 5, 1810 

Eunice D. and Jesse Metcalf, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes. Pheni.x of May 2, 1812 

Susan and Joel Metcalf, Jr., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 24, 18 14 

HOMAN Elah, 16, and Mrs. Polly Hall, 40, at 

Riverhead Manor, Pa. Patriot of March 22, 1823 

HOMER James L., junior editor of Salem Ga- 
zette, and Ann A. liaxter, daughter of late 
Anthony, Esq., of and at Ouincy, Mass., 
by Rev. Mr. Whitney, ~ Eeb. 20, 1828 

Fitzhugh, of Boston, and Nancy B. DeWolf, 
daughter of Hon. James, at Park Hill, Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, April 29, 1828 

HOMES John and Sally Alger, eldest daughter 

of Capt. Benjamin, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 25, 1803 

HONE Joanna, daughter of late Philip I., Esq., 

and Charles Kneeland, at New York, April 29, 1829 

HONEY John W., Esq., and Mary S. Austin, 

daughter of Horace, at Herculaneum, Mo., March 29, 1821 

HONEYWELL Desdemonia, of New Shore- 
ham, and Edwin Sanford, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Sept. 7, 1820 

HOOD Hon. Samuel, son of Admiral, and Char- 
lotte Nelson, niece of Lord Nelson, in Eng- 
land. Phenix of Oct. 20, 1810 
William D. and Betsey Child, eldest daugh- 
ter of late Oliver, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Jan. 26, 1820 
Mary, daughter of Capt. John, of Somerset, 
and Wheaton Luther, Jr., of Swanzey, at 
Somerset, by Elisha Slade, Jr., Esq., Dec. 9, 1821 
Abiezer D. and Mary Sheldon, both of Cum- 
berland, at Central Falls, by Rev. Dr. Ben- 
edict, ' July 25, 1824 

HOOKE John and Mary Fish, at Danvers, 

Mass. Phenix of Oct. 29, 1808 

HOOK Miss and Mr. Pike, in 

England. Phenix of Aug. 19, 1809 

and Miss P'ish, at Baltimore, 

Md. Patriot of June 30, 1832 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 

HOOKER Sarah Elizabeth R., of Andover, 
Mass., and Rev. Solomon I'eck, formerly 
of Providence, professor in Amherst Col- 
lege, at Andover, by Rev. Prof. Murdock, 
HOOPER Amos M., formerly of Limerick, Me., 
and Mary Pollev, of and at Walpole, Mass., 
HOPKINS Mrs. Zerviah C. and Capt. Samuel 
Staples, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Lillis, daughter of Timothy, and George 
Peckham, at Scituate. Pheni.x of 

Cyrus and Adah Horton, daughter of Nathan- 
iel, Jr., at P"oster. Pheni.x of 

Arty, of Foster, and Clement Easton, of 
Providence, at Foster. Pheni.x of 

Sally S. and Abel Holbrook, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Henry, of Seekonk, and Nancy Petingill, of 
Providence, at Sterling, Ct. Phenix of 

Mrs. Nancy and Lewis Simonds, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. S[)rague. Pheni.x 
of 

Capt. Nicholas and Elizabeth Miller, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Samuel and Isabella Harrison Powell, daugh- 
ter of Snelling, lisq,, at Boston, 

Rebecca, of Seekonk, Mass., and Daniel 
Salisbury, of North Providence, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Hlake. Pheni.x of 

John G and Rosamond Dawless, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Harriet A., daughter of Stephen, and Elisha 
C. Wells, both of and at I'rovidence. Pa- 
triot of 

Sarah, of Smithfield, and Jabez Clarke, of 
Providence, at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, 

Penelope and Abner Butler, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr Edes, 

Carver and Abby Knight Manchester, young- 
est daughter of Col. Israel, both of and at 
Scituate, by Rev. C. Stone, Sept. 30, 1823 

Mrs. P"reelove, daughter of Elder John Will- 
iams, of P'oster, and Henry Holmes, at 
I'rovidence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge. Patriot 
of April 10, 1824 

Capt. Samuel S., of Providence, and Eliza- 
beth P. Brooks, of and at New London, Ct. 
Patriot of Oct. 13, 1824 

Stephen G., of Warwick, and lOiza Relph, 
daughter of David, of and at Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Knight, Dec. 26. 1824 



May II, 


1826 


June 29, 


1823 


Nov. 4, 


1S04 


Jan. 10, 


1807 


Aug. 4, 


1810 


Oct. 26, 


1811 


July 13, 


1812 


July 18, 


1812 


March 5, 


1814 


(larch 12, 


1818 


Oct. 10, 


i8i8 


Oct. 31, 


1818 


Oct. 15, 


1820 


March 6, 


1822 


Dec. I, 


1822 


July 23, 


1823 



380 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOPKINS Arnold and Eliza Cole, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. i, 1826 

George W. and Mrs. Melinda Chace, at See- 

konk, Aug. 24, 1826 

Mercy and William T. Weaver, at Smithfield. 

Patriot of Oct. 27, 1827 

Harriet, daughter of Jeremiah, of Foster, and 

Solomon Sweet, of Glocester, at Foster, Dec. 30, 1827 

Jarvis, Esq., and Hannah Pond, of Provi- 
dence, at Foster, Dec. 31, 1827 

Mrs. Harriet, of Providence, and James Liv- 
ingstone, of Saratoga, N. Y., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 23, 1828 

William A. and Sarah Baker, at Pawtucket, May 14, 1828 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Isaac, and John C. 
Ailman, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy, Jan. i, 1829 

Mary and Christopher King, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 15, 1829 

George H. and Sophia Newman, daughter of 

John, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 6, 1829 

Susannah, only daughter of Col. Benjamin, 

and Dr. John H. Anthony, at Foster, Aug. 29, 1830 

HOPPIN Major Benjamin, Jr., of Providence, 
and Esther F'ie.d Warner, daughter of late 
Capt. William, of and at Middletown, Ct. 
Phenix of Nov. 27, 1802 

Richard and Abby Spears, both of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, March 31, 1805 

Mary, daughter of Nicholas, and William B. 
Bradford, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
[Next issue says Jan. 5 is correct date.] Jan, i, 1806 

Abby and George Bradford, Jr., at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of July 10, 1809 

Henry and Abby H. Bowler, daughter of the 
late Samuel B., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. 26, 18 10 

Thomas C. and Harriet D. Jones, daughter 

of Governor Williams, at Providence, Nov. 12, 181 1 

Lorania, daughter of late Col. Benjamin, and 
Edward Carrington, Esq., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 26, 1812 

Eliza L., daughter of Nicholas, of Providence, 
and Thomas Eddy, of Warwick, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 14, 1818 

Ann Eliza, only daughter of Davis W., and 
Caleb Westcott, Jr., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 9, 1820 

Richard, of Providence, and Sarah Ann 
Pratt, daughter of late Thomas, of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Dunn, Dec. 12, 1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 381 

HOPPIN Susan H., eldest daughter of Richard, 
and Daniel B. Bowler, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Feb. 5, 1827 
Levi, of Providence, and Nancy Sweeting, 
daughter of Major Henry, of and at Pom- 
fret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Boswell. Patriot of March 3, 1827 
Caroline Pllizabeth, daughter of Richard, of 
Providence, and Henry Williams, of VVoon- 
socket Falls, Cumberland, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 22, 1828 
Mary Anne, eldest daughter of late George 
W, of Providence, and M — Hum- 
phreys, of firm of Bevan and Humphreys, 
Philadelphia, at Providence, Nov. 4, 1829 
HORBIN Henry and Zerviah Myers, both 
of Dracut, Mass., at Olneyville, by Na- 
thaniel G. Olney, Esq. Pheni.K of May 13, 1815 
HORN Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Daniel, of 
Barrington, and Job Wheaton, of Seekonk, 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, June 24, 1822 
HORR George and Celina Robinson, both of and 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Kilhani, April 16, 1823 

H0RSP:\VELL Lydla and William D. Snow, 

by Rev. Mr. WiLson. Pheni.x of Jan. 3, 1807 

HORSWELL Nathaniel, of Providence, and 
Eliza Briggs, of New Bedford, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 9, 1812 
James and Hannah Knowles, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Pheni.x 
of Dec. 24, 1814 
Henrietta and James A. Wilson, both of and 

at Newport. Patriot of Nov. 6, 1819 

James and Mary Tabor, daughter of late 

Reuben, at Newport. Patriot of Sept. 29, 182 1 

William and Harriet 0\x, daughter of Will- 
iam, formerly of Bristol, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Gammell, Jan. 22, 1826 

Francis and Mrs. Nancy Whiting, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 21, 1826 

Ephraim and Hannah Hiscock, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 15, 1826 

John, of Newport, and Mary Ann Lloyd, of 

and at New London, Sept. 26, 1827 

HORTON Adah, daughter of Nathaniel, Jr., 
and Cyrus Hopkins, at Foster. Pheni.x 
of Aug. 4, 1810 

Lettis and George Case, both of and at Re- 

hoboth, Sept. 30, 181 3 

Rachal and Pardon Clarke, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 13, 1814 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HORTON James, 2d, and Sophia Wheaton, 
daughter of Capt. Joseph, at Rehoboth. 
Phenix of Oct. 14, 1815 

Mrs. Lydia, 21, and James Case, 16, both of 

and at Rehoboth. Pheni.x of March 23, 1816 

Hannah M., of Warren, and James S. Gardi- 
ner, ot Rehoboth, at Warren, Jan. 8, 1818 

John S., of Providence, and P21iza Tudor, of 
and at East Wmsor, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Rob- 
bins. Patriot of Dec. 13, 1S20 

Ann Eliza, of Mendon, and Jabez Barney, of 

Swanzey, at Seekonk. Patriot of Jan. 28, 1824 

Andrew and Mary Hathaway, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Hodge, March 2, 1825 

Sarah 15. and Joshua Fuller, at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Whipple, July 16, 1826 

Rebecca W., of Dighton, and Philip Nichols, 

of Rehoboth, at Dighton, Nov. 26, 1S26 

George, of New Jersey, and Mary L. Daw- 
ley, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Church, July 20, 1829 

HOSKINS Charles and Sally Bos.s, daughter of 

John L., Esq., at Newport. Phenix of May 18, 1805 

Capt. Samuel and Lavina P. Rounds, at 

Taunton. Patriot of March 4, 1S26 

HOTCHKISS Carver, of Winsor, N. Y., and 
Sally Scott, of and at Prospect, after 12 
hours acquaintance. The bride was sued 
for breach of promise at the end of the 
ceremony. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1830 

HOTEN George and Mary Wheeler, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 5, 1822 

HOUSE John and Marcy Wilbur Spooner, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April i, 1823 

William and Mary Ann Malcolm, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, May 13, 1827 
HOUSELANDER Mrs. Catharine and John 
Jansen, both of and at Burlington, Orange 
Co., N. Y., by Rev. Mr. VanDoran, Jan. 24, 1815 

Mary and James Terwiliger, both of and at 
Burlington, Orange Co., N. Y., by Rev. 
Mr. VanDoran, Jan. 24, 181 5 

Nicholas and Polly Norris, both of and at 
Burlington, Orange Co., N. Y., by Rev. 
Mr. VanDoran, Jan. 24, 1815 

Susan and James Crans, both of and at Bur- 
lington, Orange Co., N. Y., by Rev. Mr. 
VanDoran, Jan. 24, 18 15 

HOUSTON John H., of the Treasury, and Ger- 
trude Parker Truxton, daughter of lateConi. 
Truxton, at Washington, D. C. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 383 

HOVEY William and Almy Peck, daughter of 

Cyrel, at Rehoboth, by Rev, Mr. Hill, May 26, i8ii 

William, of New York, and Mary W. Smith, 
daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of and at 
Pavvtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 13, 1823 

HOWARD Lieut. Lewis, of Philadelphia, i.ow 
in U. S., at F"ort Walcott, and Harriet 
Jones, at Newport. Phenix of June 23, 1804 

Honor, daughter of Caleb, and John Allen, 
of Exeter, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Cornell, July 24, 1806 

Margaret and Sylvanus Keith, merchant, 

both of Charleston, S. C, Nov. 23, 1806 

Hannah and Capt. Anson Potter, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 8, 1800 

Nahum and Polly Holton. both of Franklin, 
Mass., at Providence, by Justice Martin, 
Esq., ' Sept. 5, 1810 

Pardon B., of Providence, and Sabra Taft, of 

and at Mendon, Mass., Dec. 16, 1810 

Hannah and Hall Gorton, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, July 8, 1812 

Louisa and John Calder, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr Gano. Phenix of Jan. 16, 1813 

Ephraim and Amey P'iske, eldest daughter 
of Sheldon, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Lewis. Phenix of June 19, 1813 

William O. and Harriet Barton, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Rufus, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 14, 1816 

Daniel, of Providence, and Phebe Carr, sec- 
ond daughter of Jesse, of and at West 
Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Palmer, Sept. i, 1816 

Ann C, of Hampton, Ct., and Dr. Waldo 
Hutchins, of Brooklyn, Ct., at Hampton, 
by Rev. Mr. Weld, Feb. 9, 1819 

Joseph, of Taunton, and Lydia Smith, of 

Rehoboth, at Attleboro, Feb. 16, 1820 

Martin, of Foster, and Ruth Whipple, daugh- 
ter of James, at Scituate. Patriot of March 10, 182 1 

John and Eliza Sheldon, daughter of Robert, 
both of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Ta- 
tem, May 10, 182 1 

Eunice, only daughter of William, and Henry 
Thomas, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Lummus. Patriot of May 29, 1824 

Sarah E., eldest daughter of Henry, of New 
York, and Rev. Manning B. Roche, of 
Philadelphia, at New York, by Rev. John 
Hargrave, of Baltimore. Patriot of June 30, 1824 



384 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HOWARD Seth. of Olneyville, and Mary Miller, 
of Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, p"eb. 17, 1825 

Jesse, Esq., and Mary King, daughter of Jo- 
seph, both of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, April 4, 1825 

Sophia Catharine, daughter of Col. John E., 
of Baltimore, and William G. Read, Esq., 
late of Newport, at Baltimore. Patriot 
of May 28, 1825 

Ansel, of Taunton, and Louisa Wilbur, of 

and at Roxbury, Oct. 22, 1826 

Capt. James and Hannah Macomber, formerly 
of Providence, at Charleston, S. C, Feb. 14, 1827 

Apollas and Bethiah Porter, of Bridgevvater, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 26, 1827 

William, Jr., and Hannah Carey, both of and 

at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Ransom, July 7, 1828 

Mary G. and Benjamin W. Ereeman, at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Pa- 
triot of Aug. 6, 1828 

Benjamin and Betsey Ann Pickering, both of 
Mendon, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, April 18, 1830 
HOWE Susan, daughter of Ezekiel, and Levi 
Eaton, at Framingham, Mass., by Rev. 
Mr. Kellogg. Pheni.x of June i, 1805 

John, attorney at law, and Louisa Smith, 
daughter of late Stephen, at Bristol. Phe- 
nix of Dec. 13, 1806 

Sarah, 56, and John Height, 62, at Philadel- 
phia. Phenix of July 2. 1808 

Simeon and Rebecca Miller, both of Milton, 

Mass., at Providence. Phenix of Aug. 26, 1809 

James, of Othery, 78, and Martha Wilco.x, of 
Bath, 22. The bride became a stepmother, 
grand- and great,*grandmother by this mar- 
riage to a numerous progeny, at Bedmin- 
ster, Eng. Phenix of Oct. 21, 1809 

Hezekiah, of KilUngly, Ct., and Lydia Wil- 
kinson, youngest daughter of Oziel, of 
North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes. Phenix of Nov. 11, 1809 

Philemon, Esq., 89, and Mrs. RTary White, 98, 

at Rowley, Mass. Phenix of May 26, 18 10 

Joseph, of Boston, and Lucy Hunt, of and 

at Providence. Phenix of Jan. 11, i8i2 

Elisha, Esq., merchant, of Killingly, Ct., and 
Silence Arnold, only daughter of Ahab, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Jan. 22. 1815 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 385 

HOWE Mary, daughter of Sampson, of Kill- 
ingly, Ct., and Rev. John L. Blacke, rector 
of St. Paul's Church, Pawtucket, at Kill- 
ingly, by Rev. Mr. Atkins, Dec. 6, 1816 

George, of Pomfret, Ct., and Mary Whitman, 
daughter of Gen. Reuben, of and at War- 
wick. Patriot of May 28, 1825 

Rev. E. G.,of Illinois, and Mary Ann Condy, 
daughter of Capt. Thomas H., of and at 
Pavvtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Aug. 15, 1825 

Calvui W., of New York, and Charlotte At- 
well, daughter of late Col. Amos, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 30, 1825 

Mary P., daughter of Rev. Mr. Howe, of 
Hopkinton, Mass., and Rev. Samuel Rus- 
sell, of Boyleston, at former place. Patriot 
of Feb. 17, 1827 

Henrietta, of New York, and John C. Hines. 

of Providence, at New York, Sept. 25, 1828 

James F., junior editor of Evening Bulletin, 

and Caroline A. H. Holmes, at Boston, Nov. 13, 1828 

Adeline and William Gonsolve, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Nov. 21, 1832 

HOWELL Mary B., second daughter of Hon. 
David, and Mason Shaw, Esq., High Sher- 
iff of Hancock Co., Me., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, July 29, 1806 

Sarah C, youngest daughter of Hon. David, 
LL. D., and Gamaliel L. Dvvight, of Bos- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 21, 1809 

Eliza B., eldest daughter of Hon. Jeremiah 
B., and Benjamin Cowell, Esq., both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 4, 1818 

Waitey F., daughter of late Hon. Jeremiah 
B., and Appleton Walker, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 15, 1823 

Martha B. and Charles Lippitt, Jr., of Sa- 
vannah, Ga., at Providence. Patriot of Sept. 15, 1832 
HOWL AND Sally, of Newport, daughter of 
late Job, and Albert W. Gardiner, of Mid- 
dletown, at Newport. I'henix nf June 8, 1805 

John and Ann Winsor, both of Du.xbury, Oct. 27, 1808 

Daniel and Eliza Harper Brown, at East 

Greenwich. Pheni.x of Oct. 13, i8io 

Penelope, daughter of John, Esq., and Am- 
herst liverett, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
p:des. Aug. 19, 1813 

Phebe G., of East Greenwich, and William 
B. Wilcox, of West Greenwich, at former 
place, by Rev. Thomas Manchester. Phe- 
nix of May 18, 1816 



386 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ROWLAND Joseph, Jr., of East Greenwich, 
and HeartyCranston, daughter of Williaai, 
of Massachusetts, at Newport. Pheni.x of Aug. lo, i8i6 

Peleg, Jr., of Poughkeepsie, N Y., and Ruth 
Eddy Congdon, second daughter of Jona- 
than, of Providence, at F"riends' Meeting 
House, July 29, 1818 

Elizabeth L., daughter of John, and William 
Hatch, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Wight, Feb. 27, 1820 

Sarah A. and James M. Brown, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 5, 1820 

Josiah and Mary L. Bradford, daughter of 
John, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Mann, Aug. 27, 1820 

Ann, daughter of Thomas, dec, and Henry 

Oman, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, Feb. 5, 1823 

Capt. George, of Providence, and Sarah M. 
Almy, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, of 
and at Newport. Patriot of Aug. 9, 1823 

Mary and Thomas Pearce, both of and at 

Bristol. Patriot of Jan. 7, 1824 

Harty, of Upper Canada, North Providence, 
and Dr. Joseph Warren Bishop Jacobs, of 
and at Seekonk, by Elder Potter, Feb. 12, 1826 

John W. and Susan A. Greene, daughter of 
Col. Augustus, both of and at East Green- 
wich, Nov. 9, 1826 

Hon. John and Mrs. Polly Munro, both of 
and at- Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Dec. 3, 1826 

Juliet and Joseph A. Scott, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 28, 1828 

Ethan M.,of Hanson, Mass., and Frances M. 
Russell, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict. Patriot of . Oct. 29, 1828 

Phebe, of Troy, Mass., and George S. Allen, 

of Providence, at Troy, Nov. 23, 1828 

Hannah and Pardon H. Tillinghast, at East 

Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, Jan. 15, 1829 

George, Jr., and Silvia G. Allen, daughter of 
late James, at Friends' Meeting House, Prov- 
idence, April 30, 1829 

Capt. Abraham and Mehitable T. Russell, 

at New Bedford, Nov. 23, 1829 

Henry A., of Providence, and Mary Ann 
Gardiner, of and at North Kingstown, by 
Rev. Mr. Taylor, March 21, 1830 

Albert, of West Barnstable, and Mary G. 
Perkins, of and at Kingston, Mass. Pa- 
triot of July 17, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



381 



HOWLAND Betsey and David Fovvne, both of 
and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. 
Patriot of 
HOWLES Charles, of Oxford, Mass., and Lucy 
Parker, of and at Thompson, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Grow. Patriot of 
HOXIE Olive, eldest daughter of Christopher, 
and Martin Kimpton, al Sniithfield, by 
Henry S. Mansfield, lisq., 

John, of Little Compton, and Sally H. Man- 
chester, of and at VVestport. Patriot of 

Mercy, of West Greenwich, and Thomas Phil- 
lips, Jr., of Exeter, at Centreville, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
HOYLE Henry W. and Rebecca M. Bliss, both 
of Providence, at Philadelphia. Phenix 
of 
HOYT Joseph B., of Utica, N. Y., and Mar- 
garet H. Gardiner, of and at Salem, Mass. 
Patriot of 
HUBBARD Mrs. Chloe and James Eldredge, 
Esq., at Pomfret, Ct. Phenix of 

Stephen, of Providence, merchant, and Zer- 
viah Grosvenor. Phenix of 

Harriet, daughter of Ezra, and Enock Hid- 
den, at Providence, 

Nancy and William Weeks, editor of New 
Hampshire Gazette, in Kennebunk, Me. 
Phenix of 

Susan and Luther M. Tinkham, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Dr. Benjamin and Anstress Draper, at Attle- 
boro. by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 

Eunice, of Warren, and Joseph Seymore, of 
Newport, at Warren, by Rev Mr. Welsh, 

Sarah Ann, of Newport, and Thomas Driiig 
Gladding, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Joseph, M. D., of Boston, and Sarah Ann 
Snow, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., at Nor- 
wich, Ct. Patriot of 

Mrs. Lettiee, of Providence, and Robert 
Crandall, of Exeter, at Randolph, Vt., 

Virtue C. and John Crosby, both of and at 
Newport, 

Ezra and Sarah M. Kinnecut, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Charlotte W. and Isaac Sherman, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Feb. 1 1, 


832 


Oct. 9, 


819 


March 15, 


823 


July 10, 


824 


Feb. 26, 


828 


June 15, 


816 


Dec. 2, 


829 


June 18, 


803 


Oct. I, 


803 


March 15, 


807 


July 29, 


809 


Feb. 16, 


812 


June 23, 


812 


June 22, 


823 



[ay 17, 



Oct. 6, 


824 


Oct. 21, 


824 


June 22, 


827 


July 18, 


827 


Aug. 26, 


S27 



824 



388 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HUBBARD Jonathan D., of Providence, and 

Candace Irons, of Johnston, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 3, 1830 

HUDDY William and Mary S. Tillinghast. 

daughter of late John, both of and at New- 
port. Patriot of Dec. 13, 1828 
HUDSON Deliverance, daughter of Thomas, 

and Samuel O.xx, Jr., at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Smith. Phenix of Nov. 2, 1802 

Honoria Mercer, and George Washington 

Greene Montgomery Pulanski Messinger, 

at Hudson, N. Y. Phenix of Aug. 8, 1807 

George and Seraphina Maria Caroline Ma- 
tilda Juliana Sophia Ann Mansfield, at 

Washington, D. C. Phenix of June 4, 1808 

Horatio G. and Esther Aldrich, at Cranston. 

Phenix of Oct. i, 1808 

Mary and William Ryan, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Williams, Oct. 26, 1812 

Harding H., of Cranston, and Susan Shel- 
don, daughter of Col. Stephen, of and at 

Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, April 4, 1813 

Maria, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of Provi- 
dence, and Charles C. Harrington, of 

Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Feb. 6, 1820 

Jane Cahoone, daughter of Capt. Thomas, 

and Thomas Stacy, at Newport. Patriot 

of May 15, 1824 

Eliza Ann. daughter of late William, and 

James Smith, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Eddy, Sept. 25, 1825 

Caleb C. and Sarah Wilcox, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 18, 1825 

Mary Ann and Thomas Cooke, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 4, 1826 

Henry J. and Amey A. Barker, daughter of 

Capt. James, both of and at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Gammell, May 14, 1826 

James L. and Ann Eliza Thompson, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. ]^rown, Jan. 25, 1827 

Matilda P. and John W. Bennett, at Natic 

Village, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 13, 1827 

Capt. Thomas and Mrs. Lucy Lyon, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Oct. 11, 1829 

William H. and Harriet Pitts, both of Provi- 
dence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Church, Nov. 19, 1829 
HUESTIES Capt. Daniel D. and Mary Ann 

S. Wilkinson, daughter of William, at 

Boston, by Rev. Mr. Dean. Patriot of Aug. 8, 1829 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 359 

HUGHES John, bachelor, aged 85, who had 

been a bell ringer upwards of 60 years in 

one place, and Mrs. Anna Dulson, widow, 

aged 82, of the same place. The groom's 

man was 78 and the bride's maid 75. The 

novelty of the same gathered a large 

crowd at the church, and at the church 

door they were met by three violin players 

playing, "Come haste to the wedding.'' 

The whole concluded with a ball. Pheni.x 

of Oct. 10, 1807 

Walter, formerly of the Boston Theatre, and 

Mrs. Young, formerly of the Hali- 
fax, and late of the Boston Theatres, at 

Columbia, S. C. Patriot of Feb. 7, 1821 

John L. and Eliza Whiting, daughter of late 

Col. Jeremiah, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, Jan. 16, 1822 

Eleanor J. and Spencer Beers, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, July 13, 1828 
HULL Sally, second daughter of Glocester, and 

Jeremiah Munro, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 28, 1802 

William, merchant, and Lydia Packard, 

daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 29, 1805 

Capt. William and Roena Newell, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 8, 181 1 

Isaac, Esq., U. S. Navy, and Ann M. Hart, 

daughter of Elisha H., Esq., of Saybrook, 

Ct., at Bloomfield, Jan. 2, 1813 

Dennison and Ann Potter, daughter of late 

Governor Potter, both of and at South 

Kingstown. Phenix of May 21, 1S14 

Capt. Peleg and Mrs. Patience Paul, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 4, 18 17 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Gideon, of Provi- 
dence, and Francis Bicknell, of Rome, 

N. Y., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 17, 18 18 
Daniel and Mary Ann West, eldest daughter 

of William, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, June 28, 1818 

Ann and John C. Gould, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 7, 1818 

Rev. Stephen, of Raynham, Mass., and 

Catharine H. Lippitt, daughter of Charles, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, March 17, 1819 
Thomas C. and Charlotte Cooke, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22, 1819 



390 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HULL Susan, daughter of late Joseph, of South 
Kingstown, and Joseph T. Perry, of New- 
port, at Sterling, Ct. Patriot of Oct. i6, 1819 

Capt. Gideon and Eliza Whitmore, both of 

Providence, at New York. Patriot of Dec. 4, 1819 

Jabez, of Providence, and Hannah C. Put- 
nam, eldest daughter of Israel, Esq., of 
and at Sutton, Mass. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1821 

Susan, daughter of Rev. Stephen, of Rayn- 
ham, and Benjamin Seaver, of Taunton, at 
Raynham. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1821 

Hannah and George Barrett, at Providence, Dec. 19, 1822 

John and Pamela Barker, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of May 7, 1823 ' 

George, of Brookfield, Ct., and Sarah Law- 
ton, of Portsmouth, at Newport. Patriot 
of May 26, 1824 

Peleg and Sarah Ann Thurber, daughter of 
Capt. John, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Nov. 22, 1824 

Julia Knox, youngest daughter of Gen. Will- 
iam, and Joseph Wheeler, of Augusta, Ga., 
at Newton, Mass., by Rev. Jonathan 
Homer, Sept. 12, 1825 

Wager, of Providence, and Sarah C. Cong- 
don, at South Kingstown. Patriot of April 26, 1826 

Sarah, of Providence, and Billings C. Kaighn, 
of Clayville, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Dec. 24, 1829 

HUMES Sally and Amos Sylvester, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Aug. 21, 1821 

Samuel, of Brooklyn, Conn., and Phebe 
Snell, daughter of late David, of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1825 

Rebecca and David R. Anthony, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 9, 1828 

HUMPHREY Josiah and Eliza W. Easton, 
eldest daughter of Nicholas, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Oct. 24, 1802 

Walker, merchant, and Sarah Gladding, 
daughter of late Jonathan, by Rev. Dr. 
Messer. Phenix of June 29, 1805 

Mahala, of North Providence, and Benjamin 
Pidge, of Providence, at former place, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, May 23, 180S 

Eliza and Luther Ashley, of Windham, Ct., 
at Barrington. by Rev. Mr. Watson. Phe- 
nix of Sept. 30, 1809 

Amey Brown, of North Providence, and Sam- 
uel Brown, Esq., of Providence, at former 
place, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1812 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 391 

HUMPHREY Amasa and Waite A. Hunt, of 

and at Pawtuxet, June 13, 1813 

Sarah A., of Providence, and Zelie Darling, 

of Sutton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Sias, Sept. 12. 181 7 

John and Diana Brown, at Providence, by 

Rev. Di. Gano, Sept. 21, 1S17 

Kimerson and Huldah Peck, both of and at 

Harrington, by Rev, Mr. Wright. Patriot 

of Jan. 27, 1 819 

Col. Walker and Olive H. Mauran, both of 

Providence, at New York, by Rev. Will- 
iam Ware, Dec. 27, 1821 
Abby, of Rehoboth, and Samuel Bosworth, 

of Warren, at Rehoboth. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1824 

Thomas J. and Caroline Cooke, both of and 

at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Patriot 

of Feb. 16, 1828 

Martha I^liza, daughter of Col. Walker, and 

Leon Chappotin, of Meadville, Pa., by Rev. 

Dr. Edes, Oct. 4. 1831 

HUMPHRICYS Mrs. Abigail, of Pawtuxet, and 

Dutee Roberts, of Providence, at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, June 29, 1S17 
Thomas G. and Abby Eddy, daughter of 

Benjamin, 2d, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Sept. 30, 1822 

M , of firm of Bevan and Humphreys, 

Philadelphia, and Mary Anne Hoppin, eld- 
est daughter of late George W., of and at 

Providence, Nov. 4, 1829 

Ann ¥., of Boston, and M DeWalew- 

ski, formerly Colonel in Imperial Army of 

F'rance, at Boston. Patriot of Jan. 6, 1830 

James and Rebecca C. Martin, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, March 26, 1830 

HUMPHRIES Capt. Samuel and Sarah G. Eas- 

ton, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Oathman, Nov. 26, 1821 

HUNNEWELL Sophia, of Cambridge, and 

Charles Tufts, of Smithfield, at Cambridge. 

Patriot of Nov. 10, 1824 

HUNT Jemima and Josiah Ball, printer, at Bos- 
ton. Phenix of Aug. 10, 1805 
Seth, Esq., of Glocester, and Mrs. Mary Car- 
penter, widow of Capt. John, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 8, 1807 

Pardon, of Glocester, and Nancy Smith, only 

daughter of Daniel, Esq., of and at Burrill- 

ville, Jan. 3, 1808 



392 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HUNT Sarah Sophia and John Bray, both of the 
Theatre Philadelphia, at Washington, by 
Rev. Mr. McCormick. Phenix of Oct. 15, 1808 

Gideon S., of East Greenwich, and Rebecca 
Nason, daughter of late David, of and at 
Newport, Oct. 6, 181 1 

Eliza D., eldest daughter of John, of I^eho- 
both, and William A. Anthony, of Provi- 
dence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, 

Lucy, of Providence, and Joseph Howe, of 
Boston, at Providence. Pheni.ic of 

Clement Smith, purser, U. S. Ship President, 
and Sarah Ann Senter, daughter of late 
Dr. Isaac, of Newport, at St. John's 
Church, Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Anna T., of Warwick, and Adrien Webb, Jr., 
of Worcester, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Jacobs, 

Sally A., daughter of Joshua, and James 
Tunsdale, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Ja- 
cobs. Phenix of 

Waite A., of Pawtuxet, and Amasa Hum- 
phrey, at Pawtuxet, 

Mary Ann, of Seekonk, and Joseph T. An- 
thony, of Providence, at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill, 

Phebe A., daughter of late Capt. Joseph, of 
Pawtuxet, and Christopher O. Arnold, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Seth, Jr., and Henrietta Pettey, daughter of 
Daniel, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Nancy, of Seekonk, and Rev. Shearjashub 
B. Townsend, of Sherbourne, Mass., at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Josiah A., of Pawtuxet, and Lydia Mason, 
daughter of Dea. George, of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 16, 1820 

Bat, of North Kingstown, and Hannah H. 
Forth, of North Providence, at East Green- 
wich, Aug. 29, 1822 

Sarah and Jubil Patt, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 19, 1822 

Peter B., attorney at law, of Seekonk, and 
Ruth Nelson, daughter of Major Paul, of 
and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, . April 15, 1824 

Mary Eveline, youngest daughter of Joshua, 
and James Chace, both of and at Pawtuxet, 
by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, May 17, 1824 



Nov. 21, 


1811 


Jan. II, 


1812 


Jan. 14, 


1813 


April 25, 


1813 


June 12, 


1813 


June 13, 


1813 


Aug. 13. 


1815 


Sept. 21, 


1818 


Dec. 22, 


1819 


March 22, 


1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 393 

HUNT Daniel and Polly Balkconi, only daughter 

of Daniel, both of and at Attleboro, Dec. 27, 1824 

Sarah I., daughter of Peter, of Seekonk, and 
Joseph C. Brown, of Baltimore, at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Barney, June 18, 1827 

Huldah A., youngest daughter of late Dan- 
iel, of Providence, and Benjamin A. Ben- 
son, of Sturbridge, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 17, 1827 

Sarah Ann and Peter Church, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickermg, June 12, 1828 

Avis and James Wood, both of Coventry, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 4, 1S29 

Mary Ann and Lucius C. Young, of Fall 

River, at Seekonk. Patriot of Jan. 15, 1831 

Adeline B., formerly of Little Compton, and 
Allen Shaw, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, ' Aug. i. 1831 

Zebedee, of Providence, and Lydia H. 

Young, of and at Troy, Mass. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1832 

Mary, of Tiverton, and Joseph Whiting, of 

Bristol, at Tiverton, -Aug. 5, 1821 

David and Eliza Sisson, at Warren, Dec. 5, 1827 

HUNTINGTON Frances P., daughter of late 
Capt. Joseph, of Newport, and Ammiel 
Paddock, at Nantucket. Patriot of Nov. 24, 1824 

Elizabeth and Benjamin Barnard, of Portland, 

Me., at Newport. Patriot of July 8, 1826 

Nancy and Samu)el Thomas, at Pawtucket, , 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 15, 1828 

HUNTRESS Robert and Anna Dickerson, both 
of .Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter, Feb. 10, 1829 

HURD Sarah and Capt. Ebenezer Rhodes, Jr., 
editor of the Chronicle, at Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Emerson. Phenix of July 26, 1806 

Capt. Norman, of New York, and Ann Gar- 
diner, daughter of Capt. James, of and at 
Newport, Oct. 6, 181 1 

Dean and Patience Dyer, both of and at 

Mendon, Jan. 10, 1819 

HURLBURT Frances C. and Henry G. Gladd- 
ing, both of and at Providence, at West- 

^ minster Church, by Rev. Mr. Farley, Oct. 14, 1829 

J^^ Pardon T. and Mary Cowing, eldest daugh- 
ter of Ward, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, June 19, 1806 

Aaron, of Danbury, and Mrs. Laura L. 

Smith, of and at Woodbury, Ct., July 11, 18 19 



394 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HURLBURT Rev. Joseph, of Albany, N. Y., 
and Mary Crawford Hottrick, daughter of 
Peter, of New York. Patriot of June 23, 1824 

HURLEY Mrs. Eliza, late wife of Rev. Mr. 
Hurley, of Providence, and Paris J. Till- 
inghast, Jr., merchant, at Fayetteville. 
N. C. Phenix of Aug. 10, 1820 

HURST Ephraim and Ellen Virtue, at New 

York, by Rev. Mr. Bangs. Patriot of April 10, 1830 

HUSSEY Mary N., of Nantucket, and Thomas 
Earle, merchant, of Philadelphia, at Nan- 
tucket, at F"riends' Meeting House, July 13, 1820 
HUTCHINS Dr. Theophilus and Joanna Paine, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Hill, April 14, 181 1 

Avis, daughter of Col. Shibael, and Rev. 
Roswell Whitmore, pastor of First Con- 
gregational Church and Society, of Kill- 
ingly, Ct., both of and at Killingly, by 
Rev. Mr. Storrs, of Ashford, Nov. 11, 1813 

Ezra, Esq., councillor at law, ard Mary 
Stone, at Weston, Mass. Issue of Oct. 8 
says he is not a lawyer but a farmer. Phe- 
nix of Oct. I, 1814 

Major John, of Providence, and Sarah 
Mather, daughter of late Dr. Warham, of 
and at Northampton, Mass., Jun ly i, 1816 

Dr. Waldo, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Ann C. 
Howard, of and at Hampton, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Weld, Feb. 9, 18 19 

* Henrietta, daughter of Richard, and Will- 
iam L. Peck, of Coventry, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Patriot of March 10, 1819 

Abigail and John Dewherst, both of and at 

Providence, by William B. Martin, Esq., Dec. 4, 1822 

Shubael, of Charleston, S. C, and Maria 
Starrs, daughter of Dan, of and at Mans- 
field, Ct., Aug. 24, 1824 

George and Everline W. Gorton, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 17, 1826 

Maria L., youngest daughter of Col. Hutch- 
ins, of Killingly, Ct., and Isaac H. Cady, of 
Providence, at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Eas- 
ton, Jan. 31, 1827 

John and Sarah Packard Metcalf, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 24, 1827 

Mary Ann and Robert Dunlap, at Provi- 
dence. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1832 

Rev. James, of South Reading, Mass., and 
Rhoda C. Barton, daughter of John B., at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 25, 1832 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 395 

HUTCHINSON Martin and Clove Sayles, 

daughter of Sylvanus, at Smithfield, Aug. 18, 1816 

Nancy Walker, of Providence, and liddy 

Harding, of Barrington, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, June 5, 1817 

Stephen and Evelina Jenckes, daughter of 

late William, both of and at Smithfield, by 

Asa Winsor, Esq., Sept. 4, 1823 

■ James, of Northampton, and Phebe Cogges- 

hall, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Bar- 
ney, Sept. 14, 1S24 
HUTTON Anstress and William f^all, both of 

Attleboro, at Providence. Phenix of Aug. 28, 1813 

Jane and John Hill, Jr., both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 3, 1819 
HUGGENS Mademoisselle Hortense Louisa 

Bangeman, daughter of the Chevalier Ban- 

geman Huggens, Envoy E.xtraordinary 

and Minister Plenipotentiary from the 

King of the Netherlands, and Louis 

Neiderstetter, Esq., Charge de Affairs of 

H. M., the King of Prussia, at New York, 

by the Consul of the Netherlands, and 

Rev. F. C. Schaffer, Sept. 18, 1827 

HYATT Capt. Charles L. and Miss Ann Pitcher, 

daughter of late Lemuel, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 7, 1808 

Capt. Charles L. and Ann I^itcher, daughter 

of the late Lemuel, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 14, 1808 
Susan, daughter of late John, Esq., of Dela- 
ware, and Col. J. Hindman, U. S. Army, 

at Philadelphia.' Patriot of July 20, 1825 

Sophia, daughter of late Capt. Charles L., of 

Providence, and John .S. Richardson, Jr., 

Esq., of Charleston, S. C, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 9, 1827 

HYDE Abigail and William Lee, member of 

Brown University, at Brooklyn, Ct., by 

Rev. Dr. Whitney. [The ne.xt issue says 

this is premature.'] Phenix of June 11, 1808 

Betsey, daughter of Squire, and Ira Colvin, 

both of and at Coventry, Dec. 2-j, i8io 

John, Jr., and Julia Delmore Whiting, both 

of Lancaster, Mass., at Providence, by a 

Justice of Peace, July i, 1816 

Thomas and Mrs. Caroline l^unker, both of 

New Bedford, at Smithfield, Jan. 22, 1829 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



IDE Sarah and Jeremiah Hammond, of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 29, 1804 
David and Eliza Arnold, daughter of Col. 

Daniel, dec, both of and at Smithfield, Dec. 8, i8li 

Sally and Church Gray, both of and at See- 

konk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, April 5, 1812 

Rosellana Olney and Latham Babcock, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 11, 1813 

Temperance, daughter of Abel, and Samuel 

D. Lindsey, both of and at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Hill, April 2, 1815 

Mary, of Seekonk, and Rev. Josephus 

Wheaton, Pastor of the Congregational 

Church, Holliston, at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Hill. Phenix of Jan. 13, 1816 

Lydia, of Providence, and Peleg Butts, of 

New Bedford, at Piovidence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Aug. 7, 1820 

Celinda and William Thurber, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, March 15, 1821 

Hiram and Adelia Miller, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of Oct. 6, 1821 

Harvey and Mary Cushman, only daughter 

of late Lieut. Jacob, both of and at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. P'erguson, June 10, 1822 
William and Amanda Bishop, both of and at 

Seekonk, Aug. 27, 1823 

William, of Providence, and Mary Ann 

Hathaway, daughter of the late Zephaniah, 

of Newport, at Providence. Patriot of Jan. 3, 1824 

Lydia and Zachariah Walker, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, May 5, 1826 

Amey and Z Chaffee, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney. Patriot of May 20, 1826 

Mary F. and Leonard Slater, at Worcester. 

Patriot of June 7, 1826 

Marcellus and Martha B. Gray, both of and 

at Central Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 28, 1827 

Susan M., daughter of Abel, of Seekonk, 

and Joseph F. Lindsey, of Troy, Mass., at 

Seekonk, Jan. i, 1830 

INCHES Ruth, daughter of Jesse, and Thomas 

Tunmore, both of and at Smithfield, by 

Dutee Winsor, Esq. PhenLx of Feb. 18, 1815 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 



397 



INGALLS Harriet and Ezekiel B. Leonard, at 

Taunton. Phenix of 
Lucy, daughter of Dr. William, of Boston, 

and Charles H. Steadman, M. D., surgeon, 

U. S. Marine Hospital, Chelsea, Mass., at 

Boston. Patriot of 
INGELL Abby, daughter of Jonathan, of 

Taunton, and William A. F". Sproat, Esq., 

of Svvanzey, at Taunton. Patriot of 
INGERSOLL Sarah, of Boston, and Edward 

F. Allen, of Charlestovvn, Mass., at Provi- 
dence. Phenix of 
INGHAM Mrs. S , 39, and Edward 

Blaney, 32, both musicians and blind, at 

Manchester, Eng. Patriot of 
INGRAHAM Barton and Catharine Gay, both 

of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, 
Eliza, daughter of Simeon, and Henry Miller, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Jeremiah, of Attleboro, and Charlotte Burr, 

daughter of Col. James, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Barton and Betsey Gay, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
Amey, of Attleboro, and John Wheeler, of 

Providence, at Attleboro, 
Jabez, of Attleboro. and Cynthia Bucklin, of 

and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 
Mary and Joshua Sabin, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tides. Phenix of 
Mary and John West, Jr., attorney at law, 

both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 
Otis and Lydia Arnold, at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Lawton and Polly T. Bosworth, both of and 

at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 
Henry and Olive C. Allen, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, 
Martha and Samuel Goff, at Warren, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexford. Patriot of 
Leprelet and Adaline Carpenter, both of and 

at Pawtucket. Patriot of 
Esther, daughter of Jabel, Esq., and Walter 

Frost, of Boston, at Pawtucket. Patriot 

of 
Lemuel, of Attleboro, and Tamzin Hall, of 

Pawtucket, at St. Paul's Church, Paw- 
tucket, 
William, of Barrington, and Sarah Childs, of 

and at Warren, 



Sept. 15, 


1810 


May 30, 


1829 


April 16, 


1823 


Oct. [5, 


1808 


Sept. 19, 


1821 


Dec. 23, 


1804 


Nov. 23, 


1807 


P'eb. 15, 


1810 


Sept. 23, 


1810 


Aug. I, 


1814 


July 24, 


1815 


Aug. 26, 


1815 


May 9, 


1816 


May 26, 


1816 


Aug. 30, 


1819 


Oct. 17, 


1819 


April 13, 


1822 


Nov. 6, 


1824 


March 12, 


1825 


Sept. 25, 


1825 


Oct. 16, 


1825 



398 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



INGRAH AM Solomon and Peddy Sweet, daugh- 
ter of Gideon, both ot and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, Dec. 5, 1826 

Nancy, daughter of Watson, and Cant. Ebene- 
zer Mathewson, at Barrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Rexford. Patriot of March 7, 1827 

Nancy and Nathan Goff, at Warren, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexford, March 29, 1827 

Joshua, of Seekonk, and Sarah Ann Barker, 

of and at Pavvtucket, Sept. 7, 1828 

Jane and John B. Read, both of Pawtucket, 

at Attleboro, Nov. 17, 1828 

INMAN Lydia, eldest daughter of Daniel, of 
Pomfret, Ct., and James Leavins, at Pom- 
fret. Phenix of March 23, 1805 

Lydia, of Smithfield, and Walton Felch, of 

Reading, Vt., at Smithfield. Phenix of June 17, 1815 

Obadiah, of Foster, and Rhoda Eeavens, of 

and at Killingly, Ct. Patriot of April 29, 1820 

Rhoda, daughter of Abraham, Esq., and 

Isaac Randall, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Feb. 12, 1824 

Otis M., of Pavvtucket, and Mary Kelley, of 

and at Valley Falls. Patriot of Feb. 21, 1824 

Mary and Ellered Eldredge, both of and at 

Chepatchet, by Timothy Sweet, Esq., Oct. 11, 1825 

Cinderilla and Zachariah R. Fuller, both of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Jan. 24, 1828 

Harkness and Joan B. Rawson, at Paw- 
tucket, Feb. 7, 1828 

Eliza Ann, of Burrellville, and Nathan South- 
wick, 2d, of Mendon, Mass., at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Mansfield, March 5, 1829 

Tabitha and Otis Streeter, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., Sept. 12, 1830 

INVESTIGATOR William G., of Providence, 
and Temperance N., philanthropist, of and 
at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Goodjudge, Jan. 16, 1829 

IRISH Growler P. and Sarah Hicks, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Feb. 13, 1821 

Patience, of Portsmouth, and Caleb Cooke, 

of Troy, Mass., at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 22, 1823 

Otis and Patience Dyre, at Little Compton. 

Patriot of • Nov. 19, 1823 

Mary H., daughter of late John, and George 

Bowen, at Newport. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1824 

Sally and Stephen Bowen, at Newport, Oct. 8, 1826 

Hannah and Capt. Elijah Thresher, of Taun- 
ton, at Newport, May 11, 1830 

Perry C. and Phebe R. Salisbury, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 27, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 399 

IRONS Lydia and Harris Medbury, at Gloces- 

ter. Phenix of Nov. 16, 181 1 

Sarah, eldest daughter of Nicholas, and 

James Thurber, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Messer, Jan. 19, 1815 

Palmyra and Darms N. Thurber, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev, Dr. Gano, Feb. 18, 1816 

Lucretia and Capt. Bradley Greene, both of 

and at Glocester, by Eleazer Bellows, Esq., March 29, 1816 
Barbara, daughter of Elisha, of Glocester, 

and Whipple Mowry, of Smithfield, at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, April 4, 1819 

Deborah, 71, and James Steel, 76; m Isle of 

Wight Co., Va. Patriot of May 27, 1820 

Simon and Mary Cornell, at Johnston, by 

Elder Sprague, April 23, 1822 

John, of North Providence, and Reliance 

Chace, of and at Valley Falls. Patriot of Jan. 24, 1824 

Eliza and Ale.xander O. Walford, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. p:des, Oct. 28, 1824 
Arnold, of Providence, and Fanny Salisbury, 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 5, 1825 

Sarah and Asa Keene. both of Pawtucket, 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Jan. i, 1826 

Caroline, daughter of Nicholas, of Provi- 
dence, and Robert Brownell, of New York 

City, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 2, 1826 

Candace, of Johnston, and Jonathan D. 

Hubbard, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, May 3, 1830 

IRWIN Stephen P. and Sally Remington, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Peleg, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, July 19, 1819 

ISAAC William, son of late Ralph, of New 

Haven, and Mary Rogers, daughter of late 

John, of Baskenridge, N. J., at New 

York. Patriot of Feb. 19, 1825 

IVES Charlotte R., eldest daughter of Thomas 

P., and William G. Goddard, editor of the 

Rhode Island American, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 22, 1821 

Robert Hale, of Providence, and Harriet B. 

Amory, daughter of late Thomas, Esq., of 

Boston, at Ro.xbury, by Rev. Alonzo 

Potter, Oct. 3, 1827 



JACK Ale.xander and Mrs. Rebecca Hart, at 

Newport. Patriot of Nov. i, 1828 



400 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JACKINS David and Sarah Field, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, March ii, 1824 

JACKMAN Miss Betsey, 40, and Josiah French, 
^"^ 48, his fifth wife, at Solon, Me. Patriot of Jan. 31, 1824 
JACKSON Nathan W. and Mary Anthony, 

daughter of Daniel, at Friends' Meeting 

House, Providence, Oct. 4, 1804 

John and Betsey Southworth, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of March 28, 1807 

Cornelius S. and Nancy B. Crandon, both of 

Plymouth, Mass., at Providence. Phenix 

of Oct. 23, 1813 

John T. and Mrs. Sally Simmons, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 20, 181 8 

Rev. Henry and Maria T. Gano, daughter of 

Rev. Stephen, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 11, 1822 

Mrs. Harriet C. and William Kendrick, of 

Newton, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett. 

Patriot of May 22, 1824 

Major George W., 20, and Mrs. Sally Under-. 

hill, 72, at Edwardsviile, 111. Patriot of Dec. 11, 1824 

Jesse, of Sutton, Mass., and Fanny Richard- 
son, of and at Smithfield. Patriot of ■ Oct. 15, 1825 
Eliza, daughter of Major Samuel, of Provi- 
dence, and Dr. Robert E. Hemenway, of 

Shrewsbury, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Nov. 12, 1825 

John G., formerly of Providence, and Mrs. 

Matilda Caroline Starkey, at Philadelphia, Sept. 12, 1826 
Olive, daughter of late Col. Giles, and his 

26th child. Out of this number 22 have 

married and most of them have had large 

families. The eldest daughter was married 

52 years ago to John Clarke, in New York, Oct. 24, 1826 
Richard W., of Philadelphia, and Susan P. 

Aborn, daughter of late Edward, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. i, 1827 

Charles and Catharine De.xter, daughter of 

Samuel, Esq., both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1827 

Mary H., daughter of Richard, and Dr. John 

F. B. Flagg, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 3, 1827 

Susan W., daughter of Nathan W., Esq., and 

Dr. David B. Slack, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Edes, June 24, 1828 

Hannah, daughter of Hon. Richard, and 

James Dennis, of Scituate, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Providence, Sept. 11, 1828 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 401 

JACKSON Ellen and Lieut. George P. Peason, 

U. S. Navy, at Newburyport. Patriot of Sept. 26, 1829 

George W. and Mary Bowen Jack.son, daugh- 
ter of Nathan W., Esq., by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, Nov. 12, 1S29 

M. ry Bowen, daughter of Nathan W., Esq., 
and George W. Jackson, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, Nov. 12, 1829 

Sylvester R. and Mary Ann Hill, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, May 13, 1830 

Roby, daughter of Capt. Samuel, and Capt. 
Nathan Gorton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 2, 1831 

JACOBS Rev. Bela, of Somerset, and Sarah 

Sprague, at Newport. Phenix of Feb. 17, i8lO 

Nancy, eldest daughter of Abel, of Thomp- 
son, Ct., and George VV. Gladding, of Prov- 
idence, at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. Cros- 
bee, April 22, 1813 

Henry and Maria Aborn, daughter of Sam- 
uel, Esq., both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 4, 1813 

Olive, of Seekonk, and James Bliss, 3d, of 
Rehoboth, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill. 
Phenix of May 21, 1814 

Clarissa, youngest daughter of Dea. Calvin, 
of Rehoboth, and John Gladding, of Provi- 
dence, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, Nov. 20, 1 8 14 

Samuel, formerly of Providence, and Ann 
Stephenson Pennington, daughter of late 
Josias, Esq., of and at Baltimore, by Rev. 
Mr. Barton, March 5, 1816 

Maria, of Winsor, Vt., and Dr. W. V. 
Wheaton, of Providence, Surgeon of 
U. S. 2d Regiment of Infantry, at Winsor. 
Patriot of Feb. 6, 1819 

James and Caroline F. Dyer, daughter of 
Charles, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Jan. 25, 1826 

Dr. Joseph Warren, Bishop of Seekonk, and 
Harty Howland, of Upper Canada, North 
Providence, at former place, by Elder 
Potter-, Feb. 12, 1826 

JACOUAWS James, Jr., and Phebe Jordan, 
daughter of Seaman, both of and at Cov- 
entry. Phenix of March 5, 1814 
JACQUES Betsey and John Goldsmith, at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of Jan. 14, 1824 



402 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JAKEWAYS Nancy and Caleb Collins, at East 

Greenwich, Nov. 8, 1807 

JAMES Betsey, adopted daughter of Charles 

DeVVolfe, Esq., and John UeWolfe, Jr., at 

Bristol. Phenix of Dec. 13, 1806 

John and Catharine Downing, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late William, of Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of Feb. 7, 1807 

William and Catharine Field, daughter of 

Lemuel, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 19, 1810 

Martha, daughter of John, and Richard 

Eddy, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, May 2, 1822 

Caleb B. and Lucy Reynolds, daughter of 

Judge Reynolds, at Richmond, R. L Pa- 
triot of May 14, 1823 
Mrs. July Ann, 15, and John Miller, 40. 

This is the bride's third marriage; at Mary- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Richardson. Patriot of Nov. 22, 1823 
Dr. Silas, of West Greenwich, and Caroline 

A. Gordon, of Sterling, Ct., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. Sept. 22, 1824 

John B,, of New York, and Abby C. Fos- 

dick, daughter of James W., of Providence, 

at New York. Patriot of Oct. 13, 1832 

JANSEN John and Mrs. Catharine Houselander, 

both of and at Burlington, Orange Co., 

N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Van Doren, Jan. 24, 1815 

JANUARY Eliza S. and General William 

Rector; in Missouri. Patriot of April 17, 1822 

JARMAN Catharine and William Jones, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 11, 18 10 

JARVIS William, Esq., U. S. Consul to Lisbon, 

and Mary Sparhawk, daughter of N , 

of Kettery, Me., at St. Lucar, Spain. Phe- 
nix June 4, 1808 
Susan and Daniel C. Gushing, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Williams, Feb. 16, 1809 

Col. Russell, attorney at law, and Sarah 

Elizabeth Cordis, daughter of Thomas, 

Esq., at Boston. Patriot of Dec. 8, 1824 

Lieut. Joseph W., U. S. Navy, and Sally J. 

Bradford, at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 

wold, Dec. 8, 1828 

JASTRAM Mawney and Mary Bacon, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, May 10, 1807 

JAY Peter Augustus, son of Gov. John, and 

Mary Rutherford Clarkson, daughter of 

the General, at New York. Phenix of Aug. 8, 1807 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 403 

JAY Mary R,, daughter of Peter Augustus Jay, 

Esq., and Frederick Prime, at New York, April 30, 1829 
JEFFERS Fanny and Richard Sayles, both of 

and at Smithfield, March 16, 1823 

Samuel and Mary Weeden, daughter of Peleg, 

Esq., both of and at Newport. Patriot of April 17, 1824 
Sarah, of Newport, and James A. Williams, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, May 26, 1824 
William, Jr., of Providence, and Ann I'LIvira 

Coggeshall, of Pavvtu.xet, at Pawtucket, Jan. 24, 1830 

JEFFERSON Joseph, of Fall River, and Su.san 

Congdon, of Northbridge, at Grafton, March i, 1827 

JEFFRAY Robert, of New York, and Rebecca 

C. Dexter, daughter of Stephen, Esq., at 

St. John's Church, Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, Oct. 29, 1822 

JEFT Hosley, 56, and E. M. C. Badger, 15, 

daughter of late Dr. , of Rocking- 
ham, Vt., at Marlboro, N. H. Patriot of Jan. 17, 1824 
JENCKES Ann, daughter of Capt. Charles, and 

Daniel Mason, merchant, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phenix of Oct. 8, 1803 

Capt. William C. and Sally Davis, eldest 

daughter of John, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 7, i8o5 

Ann, eldest daughter of late John, and Oba- 

diah Olney, both of and at Smithfield. 

Phenix of Feb. 28, 1807 

Washington, of Smithfield, and Amey l?uck- 

lin, daughter of late John, of and at Reho- 

both, by Rev. Mr. Hill, May 17. 1807 

Amey, daughter of Jerathmell, and Nathan- 
iel G. 11 Dexter, at Pawtucket. Phenix of Nov. 19, 1808 
Amey and Smith Capron, at Pawtucket, March I2, 1809 

Livingstone, formerly of Rhode Lsland, and 

Sarah Buffington, daughter of Benjamin, 

at Orwell, Pa., Jan. i, 1812 

Oliver Angell and Eliza Harper Ikown, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. William S., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 14, 1812 

Sally, daughter of late Caleb, Esq., of North 

Providence, and Oliver Shaw, by Rev. Mr. 

Williams, Oct. 20, 1S12 

Hollis K., of Attleboro, and Mary Burr, of 

and at Rehoboth, April ii, 1S13 

Arnold W., of Cumberland, and 'Loui.sa Peck, 

of and at Wrentham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 

Fiske, April 6, 18 14 

Henry, Esq., of Smithfield, and Mrs. Lydia 

Robinson, of Adams, Mass., eldest daugh- 



404 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JENCKES: 

ter of Thomas, of and at New Lebanon, 

N. Y. Phenix of March ii, 1815 

Whipple and Frances Davies, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Batchellor. Phenix of June 3, 1815 

Mary, of Scituate, and Luther Adams, of 

KilHngly, Ct., at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, Aug. 13, 181 5 

Rensellear J., formerly of Providence, and 

Sarah Woodburn, of and at Warren, Pa., Jan. 25, 1817 

Thomas B., of Newport, N. H., and Abigail 

W. Allen, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Carrique, Dec. 4, 1817 

Stephen, of North Providence, and Mrs. Ruth 

Arnold, of and at Smithfield, March 23, 1818 

Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Capt. John, and 

Col. Henry Manton, of Johnston, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 21, 1818 
Gersham C. and Mary Ann B. Morris, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Dec. 10, 1818 

James V. and Olive Grossman, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Feb. 14, 18 19 

Mary G. and Sylvanus H. Bushee, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. i6, 1819 

Reuben, Esq., and Mrs. Nancy Smith, widow 

of Col. John, both of and at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1820 

Isaac and F"reelove Dexter, daughter of Ma- 
jor Nathan, of Charlton, Mass., at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 13, 1820 
John, of Warwick, and Nancy C. Bellows, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 30, 1820 

Daniel, late of Providence, and Rachal 

Ewing, second daughter of Nathaniel, 

Esq., the President of the State Bank of 

Indiana, and late Receiver for the Public 

Monies in the Vincennes District, at Vin- 

cennes, Ind., by Rev. Samuel T. Scott, May 2, 1820 

Jerathmeal, Esq., of Pawtucket, and Mrs. 

Hannah Collins, of Canterbury, Ct., at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, May 7, 1820 

Alfred, of Holmesburg, Penn., and Sally 

Albro, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Nov. 2,'i820 

Capt. Alvin, of Pawtucket, and Abigail Com- ^^AJOlJ 

stock, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. f-'^i 

Williams, Dec. 14, 1820 

Arnold, of Wrentham, Mass., and Betsey 

Ballou, daughter of Abner, Esq., of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 19,^1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 405 

JENCKES Prescilla Bucklin and Charles Rob- 
bins, both of and at Providence, at St. 
John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May lo, 1821 

George, 2d, and Betsey Miller, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July i, 1821 

William Scott, formerly of Providence, and 
Petronia Ximeno, daughter of Don Jose 
M. Ximeno, of and at Matanzas, VV. I. 
Patriot of -Aug. 11, 1821 

Hosea and Anne Hall, both of Smithfield, at 

Valley Falls. Patriot of Oct. 6, 1821 

Sarah Ann, daughter of late Jarathmeal, and 

Philip Potter, at Pawtucket. Patriot of Dec. 15,1821 

Albert C. and Minerva Kinsley, at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of Jan. 26, 1822 

Lydia and Jesse Brown, both of North Prov- 
idence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 
Patriot of June 15, 1822 

Hartford and Sarah Whipple, both of and at 

Cumberland, Aug. 25, 1822 

Russell and Julia Dexter, both of Cumber- 
land, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 9, 1822 

Mary E., of Warwick, and Jonathan Knowles, 
of Cranston, at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas 
Manchester, Sept. 22, 1822 

Freelove C, daughter 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, daughter of Col. 
James N., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mace, Oct. 30, 1822 

Whipple, of Cumberland, and Wealthy Webb, 

of and at Seekonk, Jan. 19, 1823 

Lyndon, Escj., of North Providence, and 
Hannah Ann Gage, of Seekonk, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 17, 1823 

Sophia and Whipple Metcalf, both of Cum- 
berland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, July 2, 1823 

Eveline, daughter of late William, and 
Stephen Hutchinson, both of and at 
Smithfield, by Asa Winsor, Esq., Sept. 4, 1823 

Mrs. Lydia C. and James Turner, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of Jan. 7, 1824 

Jerathmiel, of Central Falls, and Phebe R. 
Spencer, daughter of Capt. Lawton, of 
and at Pawtucket, at St. John's Church, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft. July 4, 1824 

John, 2d, and Emeline Vorse, both of and at 
Cumberland, by William Whipple, Esq. 
Patriot of Nov. 6, 1824 



406 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JENCKES Martha G., of Providence, and Joseph 

Shaw, of Portsmouth, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 21, 1824 

Susan Snow, daughter of Dea. John C, and 

Lloyd Shaw, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Edes, Eeb. 20, 1825 

Capt. Alvin and Alcy Briggs, both of Cen- 
tral Falls, at Cumberland, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., March 10, 1825 

George VV. C. and Lydia Smith, eldest daugh- 
ter of Jeremiah, both of and at Smithfield, 

by Rev. Mr. White, April 21, 1825 

Lyman, of Ludlow, Mass., and Charlotte B. 

Sutton, daughter of Oliver, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 2, 1825 

Caroline, daughter of John, Esq., of Smith- 
field, and William H. Cooke, at Smithfield, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 7, 1825 

Edward and Fidelia E. Hawkins, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Elder Allen, Dec. 22, 1825 

Almira F., daughter of Ebenezer, of Savan- 
nah, Ga., and George U. Weekes, at Pough- 

keepsie, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Read, Jan. 19, 1826 

Edwin T. and Hannah B. Jenckes, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 18, 1826 

Hannah B. and Edwin T. Jenckes, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 18, 1826 

Almira B. and Job Bennett, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, June 4, 1826 

Eliza, daughter of Dea. John C, and Joseph 

V. Snow, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 30, 1826 

Louisa, daughter of Benjamin, and John C. 

Richmond, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. To- 

bey, Dec. 6, 1826 

Mary S.. daughter of late Joseph, of Provi- 
dence, and Luke Drury, Esq., of Bristol, at 

North Providence, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 

wold, June 7, 1827 

Stephen B., of New Bedford, and Cynthia 

Whelden, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Tobey, Aug. 5, 1827 

Capt. Alvin, of Smithfield, and Sally Fales, 

of Attleboro, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Cutler, Oct. 25, 1827 

Sarah A. and Col. William C. ]5arker, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 30, 1828 

Sarah Peckham and Cornelius Soule Cartee, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Farley, April 6, 1829 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 407 

JENCKES Edmund G. and Susan Euther, at 

Pavvtucket, by Rev. Mr. Erieze. Patriot of Aug. i8, 1830 

Ruth M., of Rehoboth, and Isaiah ]5arney, of 
Seekonk, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Eewis. 
Patriot of Dec. 29, 1830 

JENKINS Lewis, formerly of Providence, and 
Eliza M. Atvvater, daughter of Hon. Moses, 
at Canandaigua, N. Y. J'heni.x of Feb. 24, 1816 

William, of Providence, and Hannah Alsop, 
daughter of John, of and at Athens, N. Y., 
at Eriends' Meeting House there, April 23, 1817 

Mary G., daughter of late Jeremiah E. , of 
Providence, and William McCracken, of 
New Haven, Ct.. at St. John's Church, 
Canandaigua, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Onder- 
donk, April 20, 1818 

John F. and Mary Ann Pike, of Providence, 

at Louisville, Ky., March 14, 1822 

William, of Providence, and Anna Almy, 
only daughter of William, of and at Crans- 
ton, at the Friends' Meeting House, July 17, 1823 

Mrs. Sarah and John Thwing, P^sq., at Wool- 
wich. Patriot of Nov. 21, 1829 
JP:NNEY Mary, of Baltimore, and Samuel Wild, 
of Warren, at Baltimore, by Rev. Mr. Mc- 
Cain, Feb. 16, 1812 

Lydia W. and Gilbert Rich, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 22, 1824 

Eliza and Isaac Hall, Ir., at Fall River, by 

Rev. Mr. Smith. Patriot of April 14. 1827 

JENNISON Samuel, Jr., of Worcester, and Mary 
C. Ellery, of Newport, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 15, 1815 

Betsey and Ezra Kelley, both of Cranston, at 

Pawtu.xet, Nov. 25, 1827 

JENNY Sally K. and James Luscomb, at New 

l^edford, Mass. Patriot of Jan. 30, 1830 

JEPHERSON Lucy, of Douglass, Mass., and 

Jonah Ross, of Cumberland, at Douglass, Dec. 5, 1822 

J EPSON John and Caroline M. Cahoone, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. Josiah, Dec. 27. 1807 

Martha and Jonathan Leonard, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 16, 1821 

Eliza and Edward F'ield, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. ir, 1822 
JERAULD Samuel and Clariiida Knight, daugh- 
ter of Oliver, at Warwick, by Mr. Curtis, Sept. 27, 1812 

William, of No. Providence, and Adah Buck- 
lin, daughter of Ebenezer, of and at See- 
konk, Dec. 8, 1 8 14 



408 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JERAULD Betsey and Elisha Baker, both of 

and at Warwick. Patriot of June 23, 1821 

Daniel D. and Harriet L. Casey, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 25, 1822 

Mary N and Amos A. Tillinghast, cashier of 
Pawtucket Bank, both of and at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Barney, Sept. 14, 1824 

Henry, of Seekonk, and Louisa Roberts, 
youngest daughter of Capt. Duty, of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 17, 1827 

Mrs. Harriet L., of Warwick, and George W. 
Killham, of Salem, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Seamans, Aug. 29, 1827 

JERNAGAN William, Esq., and Rebecca Cofifin, 

at lidgartown. Patriot of Feb. 6, 1830 

JESSUP General and Ann Croghan, eld- 
est daughter of Major William, near Louis- 
ville, Ky. Patriot of June 19, 1822 
JEWELL Dea. Daniel, of Greenville, N. Y., 82, 
and Mrs. Mary Allen, 85, grandmother of 
the late Lieut. Allen, of U. S. Navy; she 
being his fourth wife, at Westerlo, N. Y., 
by Rev. Berrian Hutchinson, 
JEWETT Ednah, of Rowley, Mass., and Henry 
Gushing, of Providence, at Rowley. Phe- 
nix of 
Ephraim and Mrs. Nancy Whiting, both of 

and at Attleboro. Patriot of 
Louisa, eldest daughter of Nathaniel J., and 
James Delano, of Brooklyn, N. Y., at 
Charlestown, Mass. Patriot of 
JILLSON Olney and Merrian Tower, daughter 
of Ichabod, at Cumberland. I'heni.x of 
Oliver and Sally Angell, eldest daughter of 
Thomas, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
Phenix of 
Louisa, daughter of late Col. Welcome, of 
Cumberland, and Welcome Ballou, of Marl- 
boro, N. H., at Cumberland, by Smith Ar- 
nold, Esq., 
Waitey, daughter of Nathaniel, of Cumber- 
land, and Emery Scott, of Bellingham, 
Mass., at Cumberland, by Smith Arnold, 
Esq., April 2, 1820 

Sally, eldest daughter of Oliver, and Ebenezer 
P. Brown, both of and at Providence. Pa- 
triot of April 7, 1 82 1 
David, of Attleboro, and Polly Shorey, of 

Seekonk, at Attleboro. Patriot of Nov. 22, 1823 

Eunice and Lemuel Capron, both of and at 

Cumberland, by William Whipple, Esq., Jan. 27, 1824 



May I, 


1823 


June 2, 


1804 


Jan. I, 


1825 


May 8, 


1830 


Dec. 24, 


1803 


Jan. 10, 


1816 


April 2, 


1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 409 

JILLSON Anna, only daughter of late Luke, 

Esq., of Cumberland, and William L. Al- 

drich, of Providence, at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 31. 1827 

Hamilton T. and Phebe Darling, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, J. P., May 3, 1830 
Mrs. Sally, of Smithfield, and Capt. William 

Whipple, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Justice. Patriot of June 19, 1830 

Horace T. and Aniey Darling, both of Cum- 
berland, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 

J. P., Oct. 3, 1830 

JINSON Harriet and William Niles, at Pavv- 

tuxet, Nov. 12, 1820 

JOBSON Jane, only child of late John, Esq., of 

Lockhore, P'ifeshire, and Walter Scott, 

Esq., of Abbotsford, Bart, at Edenburgh, 

Scot., Feb. 3, 1S25 

JOHNSON Dr. Willis, of Sturbridge, Mass., and 

Dolly Elinn, of and at Woodstock, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Lyman, March 30, 1806 

Mary, daughter of I , Esq., and 

Thomas Kelton, at Coventry. Phenix of Sept. 24, 1808 
Eliza J. D., daughter of late Joshua, Plsq., of 

Washington, D. C, and Hon. John I'ope, 

U. S. Senator, at Washington. Phenix of March 3, 18 10 
Mrs. , widow of Dr. William, and 

Hon. James Turner, U. S. Senator, and 

late Governor of North Carolina, at said 

place. Phenix of Aug. 18, 1810 

Charles and P"rances Stephens Cutter, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 27, 18 14 

Seaman and P^lizabeth l^rown, at Coventry, Feb. 27, 18 14 
Mrs. Diademia, of Coventry, and Charles 

Morse, formerly of Providence, at Coven- 
try, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. Phenix of Dec. 24, 18 14 
Mrs. Hannah, 84, and Ebenezer Allen, 83, at 

Rockingham, Vt. Phenix of June 15, 1816 

John, of Providence, and Abigail G. Barker, 

of and at Gorham, Me. Phenix of May 31, 18 17 

Lucia and Stephen A. Stone, at Thompson, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Grove. Phenix of June 20, 1818 

Levi, Esq., and Mary Place, only daughter 

of Philip, both of and at East Greenwich, 

by Rev. Mr. Palmer, Dec. 17, i8i8 

Abby H., of Providence, and Paul Greene, of 

Pawtucket, at Providence." Patriot of Dec. 11, 1819 

Lucina W., of Killingly, Ct., and Stephen 

Keech, of Glocester, at Killingly, Jan. 9, 1820 



410 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JOHNSON Dr. Artemus and Eliza N. Daven- 
port, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 
Pitman. Patriot of June 15, 1820 

Louisa and Gamaliel Smith, at Smithfield, Aug. 16, 1820 

Amey, of North Providence, and Fisher 
Angell, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 31, 1820 

Lydia and Rufus King, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 26, 1820 

Mary T., of Nashville, Tenn., and Joseph B. 
Knowles, formerly of Providence, at Nash- 
ville, April 12, 1 82 1 

Dr. Peleg and Mrs. Harriet Hines, daughter 
of Cyres P'rench, Esq., at South Kings- 
town. Patriot of June 6, 1821 

Charles, of Bellefonte, Pa., and Penelope 

Cooke, of Coventry, R. I., at Groton, Ct., Sept. 30, 1821 

Jane, daughter of Judge Jonathan, and John 
Johnson, Jr., son of John, joiner, all of and at 
Johnston, N. Y., by Rev. James Johnson, 
rector of St. John's Church, Jan. i, 1822 

John, Jr., son of John, joiner, and Jane John- 
son, daughter of Judge Jonathan Jill, of 
and at Johnston, N. Y., by Rev. James 
Johnson, rector of St. John's Church, Jan. i, 1822 

Mary, daughter of Capt. John, of Newport, 
and Isaac Stacars, of Providence, at New- 
port. Patriot of Jan. 8, 1823 

Mary, daughter of Capt. John, and Isaac 
Stacars, of Providence, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 8, 1823 

Christopher, of East Greenwich, and Hannah 
Wickes Whitford, daughter of Silas, of 
Sandwich, Mass., at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, April 24, 1823 

Linsey and Sally C. Weaver, at Coventry, by 

Rev. Mr. Stone, 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 

Oliver, of Centreville, and Hannah S. Davis, 
daughter of Ezra, of and at North Kings- 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1824 

Mrs. Sarah and Peter B. Stuart, at Newport. 

Patriot of Dec. i, 1824 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 24, 1825 

Stephen and Mrs. Lydia Miller, at Warren. 

Patriot of May 11, 1825 

Abby, of Newport, and James E. Budlong, at 

Providence. Patriot of June 18, 1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARHIAGES 411 

JOHNSON Eleanor Augusta and Thomas Hill- 
son, both of New York Park Theatre, at 
Oyster Bay, L. I. Patriot of Aug. 31, 1825 

Mary, 22, daughter of Ste])hcn, of Charles- 
town, and William Kingston, 70, at Rich- 
mond, by Thomas Howard, Esq., Seut. 26, 1S25 

Emory and Elizabeth Dennis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 28, 1825 

John L , of Dorchester, Mass., and Harriet 
A. Anthony, of Providence, at PLast Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Haselton, Sept. 7, 1826 

Willard and Betsey Ann Taylor, daughter of 
Thomas, both of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 8, 1826 

Elizabeth H. and Augustus Greene, at Scitu- 

ate, by Emor Angell, Esq., Dec. 24, 1826 

Celia, of Cranston, and Terrence Aronians, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 8, 1827 

Caroline S., of Providence, and Thomas T. 
Beers, of Danbury, Ct., at I-'rovidence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, July 22, 1827 

Susan, of Worcester, and Joseph M. Gardi- 
ner, of Providence, at Worcester. Patriot 
of March 5, 1828 

Miranda, daughter of James, of Smithfield, 
and George Brown, of Coventry, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., March 16, 1828 

Margaret and John B. Taylor, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 27, 1828 

Peleg and Hannah Potter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. lo, 1828 

Joseph, of Nashville, and Harriet Richmond, 
daughter of late Dr. Benjamin, of Little 
Compton, at Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 8, 1826 

Aldin, of Coventry, and Sarah H. Kimball, 
of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manches- 
ter, March 26, 1829 

Oliver, of Hampden, Me., and Prudence Bax- 
ter, of and at North Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Cheney, June 2, 1829 

Lieut. Edward S., U. S. Navy, and Emily 
Dodge, daughter of Nehemiah, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, at the 
Universalist Church, Aug. 25, 1S29 

Hon. Henry, of Louisiana, late Governor 
of the State, and Elizabeth Key, at 
Georgetown, D. C. American of Oct. 14, 1829 

Sarah P. and Joseph Blake, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 10, 1830 

Dr. Cyrus and Henrietta B. Lazell, at South 

Bridgewater, Mass. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1832 



412 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JOLLY J. A., of Switzerland, and Mary A. 
Bitters, of Holland, at New York. Patriot 
of Nov. 14, 1829 

JONES Sophia, daughter of Timothy, Esq., and 

Henry Mumford, at Providence. Phenixof March 17, 1804 

Harriet and Lieut. Lewis Howard, of Phila- 
delphia, now in U. S., at Fort Walcott, at 
Newport. Pheni.x of June 23, 1804 

Amasa, of VVreiitham, and Nancy Freeman, 
of and at Providence, by William B. Mar- 
tin, Esq., April 7, 1805 

Thomas, jr., and Sarah Manton, daughter of 

Jeremiah, at Johnston, Sept. 4, 1806 

Benjamin E., of Providence, and Phebe Cole, 
of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. 
Pheni.x of Oct. 11, 1806 

Rachal, 15, and Uriah Thomas, 65, in Vir- 
ginia. Pheni.x of March 7, 1807 

Asa and John Greene, at East Greenwich, Dec. 20, 1807 

Elfrida, 15, and Samuel Rogers, 78, at Rich- 
ford, Vl. She has thus become the grand- 
mother of a girl two days older than her- 
self. Phenix of Jan. 30, 1808 

Josiah, Esq., one ot the editors of the Phe- 
nix, and Mary Traverse, of and at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Feb. 25, 1808 

William and Catharine Jarman, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 11, 1810 

John R., comedian, and Margaret Provandie, 

at Montreal, Can. Phenix of March 10, 1810 

Eliza R., second daughter of Alexander, and 
Joshua B. Wood, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, Oct. 4, 1810 

John P., 2d, and Maria H. Peck, daughter of 
Capt. Joseph, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 28, 1810 

Benjamin Dunn and Mary H.Young, second 
daughter of Thomas, of Providence, at 
Enfield, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Pruden. Phenix 
of Nov. 3, 1810 

Joshua and Huldah Williams, daughter of 

Jabez, both of and at Foster. Phenix of Nov. 10, 1810 

William Owen and Harriet Hill, eldest daugh- 
ter of Major Christopher, of Providence, 
at Bristol, Nov. 18, 18 10 

William and Esther Cranston, daughter of 

Samuel, both of and at F"oster. Phenix of Dec. 8, 18 10 

Abel and Julia Maria Bourne, daughter of 
late Hon. Benjamin, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight, June 10, 181 1 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



413 



JONES Esther D., youngest daughter of Thomas, 

and George S. Rathbone, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Sept. 5, l8ii 

Sarah P., daughter of Rev. John P., and 

Rhodes G. Allen, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Sept. 8,1811 

Harriet ¥., daughter of Alexander, and John 

B. Chace, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 3, 181 1 

Harriet D., daughter of Gov. William, and 

Thomas C. Hoppin, at Providence, Nov. 12, 181 1 

Louisa and Isaac Bemis, both of Waltham, 

Mass., at Providence. Pheni.x of March 14, 1812 

Ann M. and Joseph Tillinghast, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of Aug. 15, 1812 
Mary M., third daughter of Alexander, Esq., 

and Cyres Alden, Esq., attorney at law, of 

Wrentham, Mass., both of and at Provi- 
dence, at St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, May 24, 181 3 

Sarah Dunn, daughter of late Thomas, and 

John Anthony Thomas, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 6, 181 5 

William and Nancy White, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Sept. i, 1816 

Wiswall, Elsq., of Charleston, S. C, and 

Martha W. Price, late of Boston, at Sa- 
vanna, Le Mar, Jamaica. Phenix of Aug. 2, 1817 
Samuel Burroughs and Susan C. Cash, both 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 20, 1817 

Thomas and Olive Munro, daughter of Jo- 
seph, both of and at Seekonk, Dec. 4, 1817 
Mandeville, of Spencer, Mass., and Joseph 

Sargent, of Leicester, at Spencer. Phenix 

of April 25, 1818 

Adeline M., of Savannah, Ga., and P^dward 

R. Young, of Providence, at Savannah. 

Phenix of Oct. 31, 1 818 

Mary Hampton Young and Dr. John Mackie, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 29, 1818 

Catharine, daughter of the late Dr. Thomas, 

and Gov. DeWitt Clinton, at New York. 

Patriot of April 28, 1819 

Thomas, of Louisville, Ky., and Jeannette 

Keith, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Sept. 21, 1819 

Alexander, Jr., of Providence, and Ann 

Northey Churchill, daughter of Capt. Ben- 
jamin K., of and at Bristol, at St. Michael's 

Church, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, Nov. 3, 1819 



414 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JONES Mrs. Catharine, of Providence, and Capt. 

Reuben Peirce, of North Providence, at 

former place, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 5, 1820 

Angeline, of Rehoboth, and Samuel Norris 

Brown, of Providence, at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Mr. Jones, March 19, 1820 

Ruth and Samuel Mason, Jr., both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 24, 1820 

Phebe and Elisha Padelford, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1821 

Mary, daughter of late Rev. John P., and 

Henry Thurber, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Oathman, May 2, 1822 

Caroline Flagg, daughter of Col. Alex, of 

Providence, and Rev. Samuel Brenton 

Shaw, of North Kingstown, at Providence, 

at St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Major Luther, of Lancaster, and Charlotte 

Aldrich, of and at Northbridge, 
Clarissa and Alvah Chace, both of and at 

Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, 
Mary and John Newman, both of and at 

Providence. Patriot of 
Capt. Jeremiah, of Dighton, and Sarah 

Brown, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Mudge, 
Emanuel, of Charleston, S. C. and Lucinda 

Nichols, daughter of Jonathan, of Provi- 
dence, at former place. Patriot of 
Nancy, daughter of Capt. S., of Medway, 

Mass., and Charles Hill, of Sherbourne, at 

Medway, by Rev. Mr. Bailey, 
William, of Charleston, S. C, and Mary Ann 

Warren, daughter of Samuel, of and at 

Bristol, 
Joseph, 75, and Louisa Smith, 17, at Eden- 
ton, N. C. Patriot of 
Nabby, daughter of Capt. S., of Medway, 

Mass., and Thomas Munyan, of Providence, 

at Medway, by Rev. Mr. Bailey, 
Mrs. Esther, of Foster, and Rev. John Adam, 

of Killingly, Ct., at Foster, 
Elizabeth and Mary, twin sisters and daugh- 
ters of Edward, of Brunswick, Me., and 

P'lijah and Reuben Cole, twin brothers, of 

China, Me., at the Friends' Meeting House, 

Durham. Patriot of Oct. 12, 1S25 

Leroy, of Swanzey, and Caroline Littlefield, 

of and at Bristol. Patriot of May 3, 1826 

Mary Dorrance and Thomas Doyle, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 4, 1826 



Aug. I, 


1822 


Sept. 4, 


1822 


Jan. I, 


1823 


March 19, 


1823 


Nov. 9, 


1823 


May I, 


1824 


July ir. 


1824 


Sept. 12, 


i8,?4 


Dec. II, 


1S24 


Dec. 12, 


1824 


Sept. 5, 


1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 415 

JONES Sarah F., of Providence, and Joseph Ed- 
wards, of F"alnioiith, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 12, 1826 

Mary and Sarah Crapon, both of and at East 

Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, Dec. 14, 1826 

Mary and John Greene, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, April 4, 1827 

Ann and John Douglass, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 23, 1827 

Frances N., daughter of Alexander, Esq., and 
Theodore P. Bogert, of New York, both 
now of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, April 15, 1828 

Edward H. and Sophronia Boodry, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq.. June ig, 1828 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Gersham, of Prov- 
idence, and Abraham Baker, of Glocester, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. F"arley. Pa- 
triot of May 9, 1829 

Jane Sherwood, daughter of Alexander, Esq., 
of Providence, and Dr. William W. Volk, 
of Charleston, S. C, at Bellevievv, Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, July 16, 1829 

Mary, daughter of late William, and Henry 
S. Whitford, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 20, 1829 

Edward D. and Martha R. Tillinghast, daugh- 
ter of late John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Puffer. Patriot of Oct. 24, 1S29 

Phebe S., daughter of Henry, of North Provi- 
dence, and Olney Goodspeed, of Gloces- 
ter, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Loring. Patriot of Feb. 6, 1830 

Ellen M., daughter of Alexander, of Provi- 
dence, and Charles Henry Dabney, at 
Brooklyn, Ct., by Rev. Dr. lidson, April 27, 1830 

Josiah, of Smithfield, and Lydia K. Sanford, 

at Fall River. Patriot of June 2, 1830 

JORDAN Caleb and Susan Bates, of Providence, 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Nov. 15, 1812 

Mary, daughter of Edmund, of Coventry, and 
Benjamin Tabor, of Sterling, Ct., at Cov- 
entry. Pheni.x of March 5, 1814 

Phebe, daughter of Seaman, and James Jac- 
quaws, Jr., both of and at Coventry. Phe- 
nix of March 5, 1814 

Cynthia and Stephen L. Knight, both of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 5, 1819 

Kezia, 17, and Ezekiel Collar, 75, at Ashford, 

Ct. Patriot of June 7, 1823 



416 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JORDAN Allen, of Hudson, N. Y., and Catha- 
rine Taylor Dayton, daughter of Capt. 

Benedict, of and at Newport, by Rev. Dr. 

Patten. Patriot of Nov. 3, 1827 

JOSLIN Comfort, of Thompson, Ct., and George 

W. Comstdck, of Smithfield, at Thompson, 

by Rev. Mr. Crosbee, Feb. 4, 18 17 

Joseph and Adelaide Cablec, daughter of the 

late Martin, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Webb, Oct. 31, 1 8 19 

Larned and Mrs. Nancy Varse, by Jabez 

Amesbury, Esq., at Cumberland, Dec. 6, 1821 

Alfred and Nancy F. Blake, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Jan. 31, 1822 

Marvel and Martha Cooper, at Brooklyn, Ct. 

Patriot of Aug. 17, 1822 

Amey, daughter of Israel, Esq., and Stephen 

Clarke, both of and at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Cutler, Oct. 23, 1825 

Samuel B., of Providence, and Polly Clarke, 

of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Dec. 21, 1826 
Mary Ann, daughter of VVillard, and Jesse 

B. Sweet, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, April 26, 1827 

JOURNEY Mr. , aged 80, and Mrs. 

Cole, aged 60, at Staten Island, 

N. Y. Phenbc of July 20, 1802 

JOUVETT Thomas and Catharine Durfee, 

daughter of Benjamin, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Jan. 25, 1826 

JOY Harriet and Jonathan Wild, Jr., at Boston. 

Pheni.x of Sept. 29, 18 10 

Miss Amey, 71, and Dr. Johannes VVilhelmus 

Frederic Van Der Bump, 63, at Pleasant 

Valley, Ohio, after an evening's acquaint- 
ance. Phenix of Nov. 9,1811 
JUDSON Rev. Adoniram, Missionary to India, 

and Nancy Hazeltine, at Bradford, Mass. 

Pheni.x of Feb. 15, 1812 

Elnathan, M. D., surgeon, U. S. Navy, and 

Ellen Young, daughter of David, dec, at 

Washington, D. C. Patriot of June 5, 1824 

JUSTIN Mary, daughter of late Capt, Philip, 

and John Little Page, by Rev. Dr. Messer. 

Phenix of March 2, 1805 

Mary Ann and William Bacon, both of and 

at Providence. Patriot of Jan. 14, 1824 

Mary Ann and Horace Learned, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1824 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



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K 



KAIGHAN Charles and Susan F. Burdick, 

daughter of Lawton. Patriot of Oct. i, 1823 

KAIGHN Billings C, of Clayville, and Sarah - 
Hull, of and at Providence, by Re\'. Mr. 
Pickering. Dec. 24, 1829 

KALER Capt. Jacob L. and Mary HofTses, at 
Waldoboro, Me., after an engagement of 
15 years. Patriot of March 22, 1823 

KALEVV John, of Jamaica, and Mary B. Marble, 
daughter of late Benjamin, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. Patriot of Aug. 9, 1828 
KANE Oliver, of New York, merchant, and 
Ann Eliza Clarke, eldest daughter of John 
Innes Clarke, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 22, 1803 
Mary, daughter of Elias, Esq., of Albany, 
N. Y., and William C. Gibbs, Governor of 
the State, at Albany, June 2, 1822 
KAULL John A. and Content Wilson, both of 

and at Newport. Phenix of June 8, i8i6 

Charlotte, daughter of John, and George 

Cox, Jr. Patriot of Sept. 10, 1823 

Frances, of Newport, and David Pettis, of 
Nantucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, Aug. 20, 1S26 

Anstress J,, of Newport, and George Sher- 
man, of Providence, at latter place, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 25, 1828 

KEARNEY Col James, U. S. Topographical 
Engineers, and Louisa O. Reilly, daughter 
of late Henry, at Georgetown, D. C, by 
Rev. Mr. Matthews. Patriot of Nov. 10, 1830 

KEECH Cyrene, only daughter of Stephen, and 
Benoni Mann, of Norwich, N. Y.,at Gloces- 
ter. Phenix of March 30, 1805 

Stephen and Hannah Angell, at Glocester. 

Phenix of June 8, 1805 

Jeremiah and Mary Potter, daughter of Jesse, 

at Glocester, Sept. 20, 1807 

Rhoda, of Providence, and Rev. David Cur- 
tis, of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano. Phenix of July 14. 1810 

Phebe Ann and John T. Paine, at Cranston, 

by Elder Sprague, Dec. 24, 181 5 

Stephen, of Glocester, and Lucina W. John- 
son, of and at Killingly, Jan. 9, 1820 
Eddy, of Glocester, and Celia Smith, of and 

at Burrillville. Patriot of June 19, 1822 



418 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KEECH Joanna, of Seekonk, and Thomas S. 

of Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Thomas Shaw, 

Kinnicutt, Esq., Nov. 3, 1822 

Abbie, of Smithfield, and Samuel Wind, of 

Maine, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 

Esq., July 25, 1824 

Miranda, of Glocester, and James H. Bugbee, 

of Providence, at Glocester, by Rev, Mr. 

Pickering, June 28, 1825 

Abigail C. and Amos Cheever, both of and 

at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 9, 1826 

KEELEY G. W. and Mrs. Jane Bailey, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Alden. Aug. 13, 1829 

KEENE Lydia, youngest daughter of late Col. 

Charles, and Thomas Rhodes,,. Nov. 29, 1804 

Josiah and Abby Hall, daughter of late Col. 

Levi, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 9, 1808 

Mary Ann and Jonathan Wilmarth, Jr., both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 18, 1814 
William P., formerly of Providence, and Han- 
nah F. Randolph, of Jersey City, at New 

York. Patriot of Feb 26, 1820 

Asa and Sarah Irons, both of Pawtucket, at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, Jan. i, 1826 

Josiah and Ann W., daughter of William 

Wilkinson, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, May 25, 1830 

KEEP Martha, only daughter of Stephen, of 

Longmeadow, Mass., and James Snow, Jr., 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Jan. 14, 1821 

William J., of Longmeadow, Mass., and Ma- 
ria Tibbetts, of and at Warwick. Patriot 

of March 2, 1822 

Dr. N. C. and Miss S. P. Haskell, at Boston. 

Patriot of April 21, 1830 

KEER William and Terzah Beny, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 29, 18 19 

KEITH Sylvanus, merchant, and Margaret How- 
ard, both of Charleston. S. C, Nov. 23, 1806 
Jeanette, of Providence, and Thomas Jones, 

of Louisville, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Sept. 21, 1819 

Deborah and Orrey Taft, at Grafton, Mass. 

Patriot of Sept. 26, 1821 

Abigail, of Middleboro, and Milton Wash- 
burn, at Freetown, Mas.s. Patriot of May 4, 1825 
Capt. Seth, of Middleboro, and Mrs. Wealthy 
Barney, of Taurton, at former place. Pa- 
triot of Feb. 10, 1827 



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1828 


Jur.e 7, 


1829 


Feb. 13, 


1826 


June 1 1, 


1826 


Jan. 11, 


1824 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 419 

KEITH Caroline Eliza, daughter of Sylvester, of 

Charleston, S. C, and George VV. Coy, of 

Providence, at Bridgewater, Mass., 
Betsey, of Troy, IVIass., and John H. Ar- 
nold, of Taunton, at Svvanzey, 
KEATH Ruth W. and William M. Ryan, both 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, 
Sarah Ann W. and Leander K. Boggs, at Paw- 
tucket, 
KELLER Maria Susan and Frederick Dix, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
KELLEY Capt. Wilbur, of Providence, and 

Abby Eliza Whipple, only daughter of the 

late Christopher, of and at North Provi- 
dence, Sept. 24, 1810 
Seth, of Mendon, Mass., and Eunice Earle, 

daughter of the late Capt. John, of and at 

Newport, at I^'riend's Meeting House. 

PhenLx of Feb. 22, 1817 

Harriet, of Warren, and Perez Richmond, of 

Barrington. at Warren. Pheni.x of Dec. 12, 1818 

Lawton and Susan Turner, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Chessman, Aug. 30, 1819 

John and Louisa Martin, both of and at Bar- 
rington. Patriot of ,June 2,1821 
Sarah, of Barrington, and Capt. Samuel J. 

Mathewson, of Warren, at ]^>arnngton. 

Patriot of June 2, 1821 

Asa, of Ikirrillville, and Paulina Reed, only 

daughter of Simeon, Jr., Esq., of Johnston, 

at Cran.'-ton, by Rev. Mr. Knight. Patriot 

of Aug. 17, 1822 

Harriet and Warren Batchellor, at Oakham, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Tontinson, April 10, 1823 

Capt. Ebenezer and Sophia P. Balch, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 8, 1823 

Mary, of Valley I'alls, and Otis M. Inman, of 

Pawtucket, at Valley Falls. Patriot of P^eb. 21, 1824 

Abigail E. and Levi Eldredge, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict, " Feb. 12, 182 

Mary, of Providence, and Joshua Orne Lewis, 

of Cumberland, at Warren, Nov. i, 1826 

Shubael and Relief Harris, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. u, 1826 

Ezra and Betsey Jennison, both of Cranston, 

at Pawtu.xet, Nov. 25, 1827 

Thankful B. and Jeremiah W. Anthony, both 

of Pawtucket, at Dighton, Feb. 10, 1828 

Mrs. Patience and Peleg Butts, both of and 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, July 14, 1828 



420 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KELLEY Sterry and Eliza A. Rutenbar, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 24, 1830 

Sally and Thomas J. Harris, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq. Patriot of Feb. 6, 1830 

Julia Ann and John L. Fenner, at Warren. 

Patriot of June 30, 1832 

Mary, daughter of the late Dr. Kelley, of 
Ware, N. H., and Asa Newell, of Provi- 
dence, at said place, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 31, 1831 

Mary, of Ware, N. H., and Asa Newell, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 31, 1831 

KELLP2GG Edward, printer, and Sally French, 

at New Hartford, N. Y. Pheni.x of Nov. 26, 1808 

KELLOGG Marcy and William Newhall, at 

P"all River, Feb. y, 1832 

KELTON Thomas and Mary Johnson, daughter 

of I , Esq., at Coventry. Phenix of Sept. 24, 1808 

Eliza and David Whipple, at Providence, Dec. 26, 1808 

Amey, daughter of Harris, of Johnston, and 
David Atwood, of Scituate, at Johnston. 
Patriot of March 24, 1821 

Cynthia and James Carpenter, both of Attle- 

boro, at Pawtucket. Patriot of Jan. 19, 1822 

M. B., of Boston, and Joseph Partridge, of 
Providence, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Eaton, 
[Mr. P. was late from England.] Patriot 
of June 26, 1822 

Rev. Amos, of Taunton, and Alice Chace, of 

Swanzey, at Wellington. Patriot of Dec. 28, 1273 

KENDALL Oliver and Betsey Tallman, young- 
est daughter of Col. ]3enjamin, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 28, 1810 

Nathaniel and Mary M. Annis, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Phenix of Jan. 6, 18 16 

Cynthia, of Franconia, N. H., and Grindall 
Reynolds, of Boston, at Franconia. Pa- 
triot of Aug. 23, 1820 

Timothy C, of Boston, and Sarah Fenner, 
daughter of Capt. Arthur, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 20, 1823 

Mrs. Cynthia and Ichabod Wing, Esq., of 
Winthrop, Me., at Mendon, Mass. Patriot 
of June 16, 1824 

Duane and Rebecca D. Bassett, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 15, 1825 

Clarke and Rebecca W. Branch, both of Prov- 
idence, at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Nov. 25, 1827 

Mary Ann, of North Providence, and Samuel 
Stokes, of and at Johnston, by Elder Man- 
chester, Dec. 2, 1827 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 421 

KENDALL Henry L., of Providence, and Mary- 
Andrews, of Dighton, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Farley, June 25, 1832 

KENDRICK Willard, of Waterloo, N. Y., and 
Philadelphia Aldrich, daughter of Moses, 
of and at Smithfield, by Henry S. Mans- 
field, Esq. Patriot of Sept. 22, 1821 

William, of Newton, and Mrs. Harriet C. 
Jackson, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett. 
Patriot of May 22, 1824 

Elizabeth, of Liverpool, Eng., and Francis C. 
Nicklye, formerly of Newport, at Liver- 
pool. Patriot of Aug, i, 1827 
KENNARD Samuel T,, of Maryland, and 
Amelia H. Shepherd, daughter of -Silas, of 
and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr, Malthy, March 20, 1826 
KENNEDY Eliza N, and Dr. Addington Dav- 
enport, at Pawtucket. Phenix of May 2, 1807 

Lemuel, of Pawtucket, and Eliza Weaver, of 
Lansingburgh, N. Y., at Pawtucket. Phe- 
nix of Dec. 10, 1808 

James B,, of Providence, and Polly Hill, of 

and at Sterling, Ct. Phenix of ' March 14, 1812 

Samuel, of Providence, and Elizabeth Pinck- 
ney, eldest daughter of Jacob, of and at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 3, 1813 

Margaret, daughter of late David, Esq., of 
Delaware, and Major C. B. Tallmadge, U, 
S, Army, at Philadelphia, Patriot of Oct, 17, 1827 

KENNICUTT Eliza B., eldest daughter of 
Thomas, of Seekonk, and Joshua Sayer, of 
Newport, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr, Pit- 
man, Sept. 3, I8i8 
KENNON Capt. Beverly, U, S. Navy, and Bet- 
sey Claibore, at Liberty Hall, Va. Pa- 
triot of July 15, 1829 
KENT Nathaniel, of Rehoboth, and Orinda 
Read, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man, Sept, 22, 1817 

Ira and Susan A, Drowne, daughter of Dan- 
iel, at Barrington, by Rev, Mr. Wight. 
Phenix of Oct. 24, 1818 

Joseph and Mrs. Sabra Luther, at Warren. 

Phenix of Dec. 12, 1818 

Capt. Ezra and Lydia Patt, both of and at 

Cumberland, Patriot of June 22, 1822 

Sally, youngest daughter of George, and 
Samuel Fiske, both of Johnston, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr, Knight, Patriot of Aug. 17, 1822 



422 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KENT Willington, of Seekonk, and Lydia Robin- 
son, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Thompson. Patriot of May 17, 1823 

Jo-seph D. and Hannah H. Ba.xter, both of 

Cumberland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict. Patriot of Aug. 2, 1823 

Cynthia and Dr. Joseph Hatch, both of and 

at Attleboro. Patriot of Dec. 27, 1823 

Susan E. K. and Benjamin C. Ward, form- 
erly of Newport, at Middlebury, Mass., April 18, 1824 
David D. and Alpha Cooke, both of and at 

Cumberland. Patriot of June 23, 1824 

Lydia, of Warren, and Peter D. Greene, of 

Providence, at Warren, Sept. 28, 1828 

John A. and Lydia S. Thornton, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Kent, March i, 1829 
Mary Jane, daughter of Hon. William A., 

and Rev. Moses G. Thomas, at Concord, 

N. H. Patriot of July 24, 1830 

KENYON Lucretia, daughter of Aaron, of Hop- 

kinton, and Rufus Wheeler, of North 

Stonmgton, at Hopkinton. Patriot of Sept. 11, 1819 

Whitman and Abigail Lillibridge, daughter 

of Amos, at Richmond. Patriot of Jan. 31, 1821 

Capt. P^lijah and Mary E. Nichols, daughter 

of John T., Esq., both of and at South 

Kingstown. Patriot of Sept. 29, 1821 

Dr. S. H. and Mrs. Mary Hetherington, 

both of and at Providence. Patriot of Feb. 5, 1823 

Charles B. and .Sally Crandall, daughter of 

Robert, Esq., both of and at E.xeter. Pa- 
triot of April 3, 1824 
John T. and Sarah S. Wilbur, both of and at 

Hopkinton, at Friend's Meeting House. 

Patriot of May 19, 1824 

Eliza and Oliver D. Perkins, both of Ster- 
ling, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 14, 1828 
KERR James and Abby Garzea, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of Sept. 25, 1821 

William J., Esq., of Niagara, U. C, and Miss 

Brandt, daughter of the late Col. 

Brandt, Chief of the Si.x Nations of Indians, 

at the head of Lake Ontario. Patriot of Jan. 29, 1825 

Debra, youngest daughter of Jacob, and 

John C. Montgomery, of Danville, at Har- 

risburg, Penn. Patriot of Feb. 20, 1830 

KETCH AM Harriet, of New York, and Simeon 

Davis, Esq., at Thompson, Ct. Patriot of June 19, 1822 
Hiram, Esq., of New York, and Nancy Dow, 

daughter of Rev. Daniel, at Thompson, 

Ct. Patriot of Feb. 24, 1827 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 423 

KEY Anna, daughter of Frances S., of Washing- 
ton, D. C, and Hon. Deter Turner, Repre- 
sentative in Congress from North Carolina, 

at Washington, Feb. 25, 1829 

Ehzabeth and Hon. Henry Johnson, of 

Louisiana, late Governor of the State, at 

Georgetown, D. C. American of Oct. 14, 1829 

KEYES Nathaniel, of Shrewsbury, Vt., and 

Martha Ballou, of Richmond, N. H., at 

Smithfield. Patriot of July 24, 1822 

KIETH Cyrus R., of Charleston, S. C, and 

Merebah Russell, eldest daughter of Seth, 

of and at New Bedford. Patriot of Sept. 17, 1822 

KIDDER Zephaniah, of Pawtu.xet, and Mary 

Sterns, of and at Walpole, Mass. Patriot 

of Aug. 6, 1823 

KIGGINS Margaret and George Fleming, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 12, 1S32 

KILHORN Deborah, of Providence, and Ed- 
ward Weeden, of East Greenwich, at I^rov- 

idence, by Rev. Dr. Messer. April 22, 1810 

KILLEY Edwin C. and Maria Thomas, both of 

and at Lyman's factory. North Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of Nov. 25, 1826 

KILLHAM George W., of Salem, Mass., and 

Mrs. Harriet L. Jerauld, of Warwick, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, Aug. 29, 1827 

KILTON John J. and Mary McMurray, both of 

and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Dana, Dec. 2, 1827 

KIMBALL Sally, daughter of Major Amherst, 

and Asahel Steere, Esq., both of and at 

Glocester. Pheni.x of Oct. 29, 1S14 

Clarissa, daughter of Major Amherst, and 

Capt. Amasa Steere, both of and at Gloces- 
ter Nov. 24, 1 8 16 
Ruth, daughter of A , Esq., and Syl- 

vanus Bradford, both of and at Glocester, Jan. 3, 1819 

Sena, of Mendon, Mass., and Arnold Sayles, 

of Cumberland, at Mendon, May 7, 1820 

Amherst, Jr., and Ruth Clarke Steere, 

daughter of Capt. Wanton, of I'rovidence, 

at Glocester. Patriot of Oct. 18, 1820 

Ruth B., youngest daughter of Amherst, 

Esq., and Scott C. Armstrong, at Chepat- 

chet. Patriot of Feb. 27, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Charles Willoughby, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 28, 1823 

Abigail, of Joseph, and Jesse Munn, at 

Mendon, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Weaver, and 

Charles Foote, Esq. [sic], Feb. 15, 1S24 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KIMBALL Rufus Warren and Phebe Williams 

Mathewson, daughter of Capt. Henry, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 12, 1824 

Elijah H., Esq., of Waterford, N. Y., and 

Elizabeth C. Hinsdale, daughter of John, 

of and at Middletown, by Rev. John R. 

Crane, Sept. 3, 1827 

Sarah H., of Johnston, and Aldin Johnson, of 

Coventry, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, March 26, 1829 
Leonaid W., printer, of Boston, and Phebe 

S. Pillsbury, at Newbury. Patriot of July 25, 1829 

KIMPTON Martin and Olive Hoxsie, eldest 

daughter of Christopher, at Smithfield, by 

Henry S. Mansfield, Esq., March 15, 1823 

KINDELL Betsey, daughter of Cheever, Esq., 

and Calvin Peck, at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Lombard, Nov. 26, 1826 

KING Samuel, of New York, merchant, and 

Harriet Vernon, daughter of Samuel, Sr., 

Esq., of and at Newport. Phenix of Sept. 28, 1802 

Olive, daughter of Ralph, and William King, 

Jr., at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone. Phe- 
nix of Dec. 31. 1803 
William, Jr., and Olive King, daughter of 

Ralph, at Scituate, by Rev. C. Stone. Phe- 
nix of Dec. 31, 1803 
John Asa and Abby Ann Budlong, daughter 

of Samuel, at Cranston, Feb. 17, 1814 

Henry and Betsey Stone, at Cranston, by 

William Warner, Esq., March 31, 18 14 

Allen and Polly Cady, both of Providence. 

Phenix of Feb. 18, 181 5 

Abby A. T., daughter of Joseph, of Crans- 
ton, and Rev. Henry Tatem, pastor of 

Second Baptist Church, of and at Cranston. 

Phenix of Aug. 31, 18 16 

Harriet and Capt. Henry Whipple, at Salem. 

Phenix of Oct. 19, 1816 

Dea. Reuben and Mary Garfield, both of At- 

tleboro, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Perry, April 10, 1817 
Candace Allen, daughter of Joseph, and Al- 
fred J^riggs, both of and at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, Jan., 181 8 

■ Capt. Richard, of Boston, and Ann May Tur- 

pin, of Providence, at Boston. Phenix of Aug. i, 1818 

Harriet J., daughter of John, and Samuel N. 

Bishop, formerly of Providence, both now 

of and at Charleston, S. C. Patriot of Jan. 26, 1820 

Polly, 16, and Isaac Geika, 19, at Hingham, July 11, 1820 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 425 

KING Samuel Bass, of Boston, and Sarah Leonard 

Crocker, daughter of Hon. Samuel, at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon, Oct. 24, 1820 

Delia, daughter of Capt. liarzillai, of Rayn- 

ham, Mass., and Ruel Washburn, Esq.," of 

Livermore, Me., at Raynham, by Rev. 

Stephen Hull. Patriot of Oct. 28, 1820 

Rufus and Lydia Johnson, both of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 26, 1820 

Elisha A. and Mary Ann C. Short, both of 

Providence, at Rehoboth. Patriot of July 14, 1821 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. Turner, of 

Taunton, and Cyrus Nelson, of Middle- 

boro, at Taunton. Patriot of Dec. 15, 182 1 

Harriet and Lyman Barney, at Cranston. 

Patriot of April 19, 1823 

Philip and Susan Simmons, at Tiverton. 

Patriot of Oct. 18, 1823 

Phebe and George Williams, Jr., at Taunton. 

Patriot of Nov. 22, 1S23 

Hannah and Pardon Newell, both of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, March 3, 1824 
Joseph C. and Hannah ¥. Olney, daughter 

of William P., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, April 3, 1825 

Mary, daughter of Josejjh, and Jesse How- 
ard, Esq., both of and at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, April 4, 1825 

Sarah, daughter of Rufus, and Lieut. 

Robert Knight, both of Scituate, at Plam- 

field, Ct. Patriot of April 20, 1825 

Capt. Dauphin and Harriet A. Raymond, 

daughter of E , at Norton, Mass., by 

Rev. Dr. Clarke, ^ Oct. 2, 1825 

Rev. Alonzo, of North Yarmouth, and Try- 

phenia Cheney, daughter of Col. William, 

at Newport. Patriot of July 28, 1827 

Betsey and Albert Tourtellott, at Pawtucket. 

Patriot of April 23, 1828 

Horace and Mrs. Cynthia P. Stone, both of 

Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Warwick, Nov. 26, 1828 
Horace and Cynthia P. Stone, both of and at 

Warwick. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1828 

Harriet, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of East 

Greenwich, and Henry Tibbetts, of Provi- 
dence, merchant, at East Greenwich, by 

Rev. Mr. Wood. Patriot of Dec. 13. 1828 

Christopher and Mary Hopkins, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 15, 1829 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KING Obadiah ahd Eliza Baker, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, May 31, 1829 

KINGSBURY Jesse, of Boston, and Sarah 

Fiske, of and at Needham, Mass., after 12 

years' courtship. Phenix of March 12, 1808 

KINGMAN Cassander and Patience Carr, at 

Warren. Phenix of June 2, 1804 

Ceha, daughter of Abner, of Providence, 

and Ebenezer Parker, of Boston, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. WilHams, Sept. 3, 1822 
Lydia Clarke, daughter of Abner, of Provi- 
dence, and Rev. Handall G. Nott, of Dun- 
stable, N. H., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, July 11, 1827 

Eliab, Esq., late of Providence, and Cornelia 

Ball Ewell, eldest daughter of Dr. James, 

at Washington, D. C, by Rev. Dr. Mc- 

Cormick, Dec. 9, 1828 

KINGSLEY Simeon, of Providence, and Ann 

Greene, daughter of Job, Esq., of and at 

Smithfield. Phenix of Sept. 11, 1813 

Nathan, of Swanzey, and Julia Ann Pearce, 

daughter of Peleg, of Rehoboth, at Swan- 
zey, by Rev. Mr. Pearce, July 4, 1819 
Erastus T., of Boston, and Berthania C. 

Trott, of and at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 

Slade, Feb. 10, 1822 

Julia and Martin Kingsley, both of and at 

Swanzey. by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 23, 1826 

Martin and Julia Kingsley, both of and at 

Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 23, 1826 

William, 70, and Mary Johnson, 22, daughter 

of Stephen, of Charlestovvn, at Richmond, 

by Thomas Howard, Esq., Sept. 26, 1825 

KINNICUTT Harriet Byron, daughter of Josiah, 

and Col. Allen Bicknell, both of and at Bar- 

rington, Dec. 4, 1817 

Martha T., third daughter of Josiah, Esq., and 

Nathaniel Brown, both of and at Barring- 
ton. Patriot of April 18, 1821 
George W. and Hannah Drowne, both of and 

at Barrington, Jan. 25, 1826 

Sarah H. and Ezra Hubbard, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 18, 1827 

Thomas, Jr., attorney at law, and Harriet 

A. Burling, both of and at Worcester, by 

Rev. Dr. Bancroft. Patriot of Oct. 27, 1827 

William and Mrs. Caroline B. Brazier, at 

Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Miller, March 29, 1830 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 407 



KINSLEY Minerva and Albert C. Jenckes, at 
Pavvtucket. Patriot of 
Salome and Edward S. Wilkinson, at Paw- 
tucket. Patriot of 
Rufu.s B., of Canton, Mass., and Abby D. 

Gifford, of and at Newport. Patriot of 
Sheperd C. and Elizabeth P. Eddy, young- 
est daughter of Benjamin, 2d, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mi'. Wilson, 
KITE Mary and William E. Wright, at Philadel- 
phia, by Rev. Bishop White. Pheni.x of 
KNAPP Patience, daughter of David, Escj., and 
Laban Tefft, at Johnston. Pheni.x of 

Miss and Mr. Winkworth, in 

England. Phenix of 
Zachariah R. and Mrs. Elizabeth Young, at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
Dr. Ephraim, of Cumberland, formerly of 
Walpole, Mass., and Mary Sabin, daughter 
of late John, of and at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Freeman and Lydia Martin, both of Attle- 

boro, at Pavvtucket. Patriot of 
Olive and James Lee, formerly of England, 

at Johnston. Patriot of 
Sarah, of Taunton, and Luther Woodward, 
of Providence, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Cobb, 
Abigail and William Churchill, both of and 

at Taunton, 
Eleanor A., of Lynn, Mass., and Capt. Ben- 
jamin M. Lindsey, of Providence, at Lynn, 
KNEELAND Charles and Joanna Hone, daugh- 
ter of late Philip I., Esq., at New York, 
KNIGHT Harriet, youngest daughter of Nehe- 
miah, and Capt. Sylvester Rhodes, at 
Cranston. Pheni.x of 
Hanah, daughter of Robert, and Samuel 

Burlingame, at Cranston. Phenix of 
Dr. Sylvester, of Warwick, R. I., and Lu- 
cinda Comstock, daughter of Jabez, at 
Chatham, Ct. Pheni.x of 
Betsey, daughter of Rev. Jonathan, and 

San ford Knight. Phenix of 
Sanford and Betsey Knight, daughter of 

Rev. Jonathan. Phenix of 
Clarinda, daughter of Oliver, and Samuel 
Jerauld, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
Orra, daughter of William, and Horace Prior, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 



Jan. 26, 


1822 


Jan. 26, 


1822 


Nov. 17, 


1827 


April 7, 


1828 


March 14, 


1807 


April 18, 


1807 


Aug. ig. 


1809 


April 4, 


1819 


Oct. 24, 


1819 


Aug. 21, 


1824 


Sept. 25, 


1824 


Oct. 5, 


1825 


Sept. 3, 


1826 


Dec. 2, 


1827 


April 29, 


1829 


Jan. I, 


1803 


Jan. 4. 


1806 


June 25, 


1808 


Jan. 7, 


1809 


Jan. 7, 


1809 


Sept. 27, 


1812 


Oct. 9, 


1814 



428 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KNIGHT Richard, 3d, and Esther Guild, daugh- 
ter of Richard, at Cranston, Sept. 17, 181 5 
Waterman, of Cranston, and Elizabeth Rem- 
ington, daughter of Capt. Caleb, of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Feb. 25, 1816 

Caroline, second daughter of William, and 

Major Pardon Sheldon, at Cranston, by 

Rev. R. Knight, Feb. 8, 1818 

Sheldon and Iriene Babcock, daughter of 

Arnold, at Cranston. Phenix of March 21, 1818 

Charles, 2d, of Scituate, and Christiana 

Knight, of and at Cranston, April 12, 1818 

Christiana, of Cranston, and Charles Knight, 

2d, of Scituate, at Cranston, April 12, 1818 

Harding and Julia A. Knight, eldest daugh- 
ter of Christopher, Esq., at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 20, 1818 

Julia A., eldest daughter of Christopher, 

Esq., and Harding Knight, at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 20, 1818 

Curnel, of Coventry, and Betsey Wilco.x, 

daughter of Stephen, of and at West 

Greenwich, by Obadiah Potter, Esq., Aug. 2, 1818 

Thomas, of Smithfield, and Sarah Saddler, 

of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Blake, Sept. 17, 181 8 

Stephen L. and Cynthia Jordan, both of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 5, 1819 

Dr. Sylvester and Mrs. Louisa Villars 

Tucker, daughter of Gen. Thomas West- 

cott, both of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Curtis, May 28, 1820 

Rachel and Capt. Caleb Burlingame, both of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 8, 1820 

Ruth D., daughter of Capt. Richard, of 

Cranston, and Benoni Waterman, of John- 
ston, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 7, 1820 
Christopher, Esq., of Cranston, and Lydia 

Briggs, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, Jan. 6, 1822 

Joseph W. and Mary H. Westcott, both of 

Providence, at North Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Tobey, April 13, 1823 

John, 72, and Clarissa Stanwood, 27, at 

Portland, Me., by Rev. Dr. Payson. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 26, 1825 
Lieut. Robert and Sarah King, daughter of 

Rufus, both of Scituate, at Plainfield, Ct. 

Patriot of April 20, 1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 429 

KNIGHT Mary, daughter of late Reuben, of 

Coventry, and Russell Miller, of Warwick, 

at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1825 

Caroline Louisa, daughter of late John, Esq., 

of Maryland, and Lieut. Henry Brewerton, 

U. S. Corps of PIngineers, at Newport, July 20, 1826 

Cyrel and Margaret G. Mumford, both of 

Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, July 29, 1827 

Ann A., of Smithfield, and lienjamin T. 

Whitman, of Providence, at Smithfield, Nov. 9, 1829 

KNOWLES Lucy, daughter of i:dward, and 

Edward Brown, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson. Pheni.x of July 27, 1802 

Joanna, daughter of late Robert, and Josiah 

Lawton, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Eddy, Nov. 12, 1809 

Hannah and James Horswell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Pheni.x of Dec. 24, 1814 
Joseph B., formerly of Providence, and Mary 

T. Jcihnson, of and at Nashville, April 12, 1821 

Jonathan, of Cranston, and Mary E. Jenckes, 

of and at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas Man- 
chester, Sept. 22, 1822 
Mary Ann P. and Royal V. Dawley, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, June 11, 1823 

Rev. James D., of Boston, and Susan Eliza 

Langley, daughter of Joshua, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1826 

Edward P. and Mary Elagg Fry, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 4, 1827 

KNOWLTON Erastus F., of Providence, and 

Rhoda Gage, daughter of Aaron, of and at 

Monson, Mass., by E. Whitaker, Esq., May 16, 1820 

John A. and Eliza Wood, both of and at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Sept. 11, 1825 

Abigail S., of Wardsboro, Vt., and George 

H, Wheaton, of Seekonk, Mass., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Aug. 8, 1831 
KNOX William and Mary Ann May, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 14, 1823 
KOLAFF Elizabeth Steele and John Grove 

Hales, at Boston. Patriot of Jan. 6, 182 1 

KOONEE Alice, daughter of Elder John K., 

pastor of the Baptist Church at Chinqua- 
pin, and David Nunn, in Jones Co., N. C. 

Patriot of Sept. 27, 1823 

KOTZEBUE — — , the dramatic writer, and 

Mrs Von Kerffel, in Germany. 

Phenixof Dec. 29, 1804 



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430 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KYER John and Mary Dewberry, at Winchester, 

N. Y. They parted next day. Patriot of Oct. 30, 1819 



LACEY Ruana and Benjamin Hale, both of and 

at the Chocolate Mill, near Pawtucket. Pa- 
triot of Jan. 25, 1823 
LACKEY Lucy and Rodney Luther, both of 

and at Providence. Patriot of Oct. 23, 1822 

Ann C. and James S. Bradhum, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Pa- 
triot of Aug. 2, 1823 
Janette and George W. Warner, Esq., both 

of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Brown. 

Patriot of June 10, 1826 

LACOSTE Mary Carohne, daughter of C. G. A., 

PZsq., and John S. Munro, of Providence, 

at Charleston, S. C. Patriot of Dec. 17, 1825 

LADD John, of East Greenwich, and Hannah 

Reynolds, of and at Coventry, by Obed 

Perkins, Esq., Oct. i, 1820 

Joseph W., of VVarwick, and Amey W. Spen- 
cer, daughter of Capt. Joseph, of and at 

East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 20, 1826 

Gen. Caleb, of Warwick, and Phebe Welles, 

of and at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Crampton, Nov. 22, 1829 

LaDIEU James, of Barrington, and Betsey 

Snell, of Warren, at said Barrington, by 

Rev. Mr. Wright, Oct. 20, 18 19 

LADIEU Mary Ann, of Barrington, and .Samuel 

Blake, Jr., of Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker. Patriot of Dec. 5, 1827 

LADUE Prudence, of Barrington, and Henry 

Coomer, of Bristol, at Barrington. Patriot 

of Feb. 7, 1S21 

Eliza, daughter of late Capt. Curtis, of Bar- 
rington, and Hiram Andrews, of Warren, 

at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Re.xford, May 14, 1826 

LAHEY Isaac and Mahitty Linnett, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 18, 1821 

LAIGHTON Elizabeth and Thomas Folsom, 

Esq., at Portsmouth. Patriot of Nov. 21, 1829 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 



431 



LAKE William and Sarah Taggatt, daughter of 
William, Esq., of Newport, at Middletovvn. 
Phenix of Jan. 6, 1810 

James B. and Charlotte B. Stevens, daughter 
of Samuel, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict. Phenix of March 2, 18 16 

Richard, of Seekonk, and Mary Greatax, of 

Providence, at Bristol, Dec. 9, 1817 

Sarah, of Tiverton, and Peter Chace, of and 
at Portsmouth, by Thomas Corey, Esq. 
Patriot of March 20, 1819 

Mary and Dr. Dennis Cooke, both of Tiver- 
ton, at Eittle Compton. Patriot of Feb. 17, 1821 

Annis, daughter of Pardon, and F"rancis 

Brayton, at Tiverton. Patriot of Feb. 24, 1821 

Sally, of Seekonk, and Gersham Williams, of 
Wellington, Mass., at Seekonk, by Allen 
Hunt, Esq., Nov. 17, 1822 

Holder and Isabella Ambrose, daughter of 
late Capt. Robert M., at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Jan. I, 1823 

George W. and Ann Freeborn, daughter of 

Henry, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, March 17, 1824 

Christopher, of Portsmouth, and Sarah 
Estes, daughter of Elisha, of and at Tiver- 
ton, March 17, 1825 

Eliza and John Sherman, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of " July 27, 1825 

Silas, of Tiverton, and Lydia Manchester, 

of and at Westport, Mass. Patriot of March 11, 1826 

Jonathan H. and Elizabeth S. Sherman, 
daughter of late Perry, at Newport. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 6, 1826 

Arnold H. and Elizabeth Ann Burdick, both 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey. 
Patriot of Oct. 3, 1827 

Capt. Benjamin and Abby Taylor Douglass, 

at Newport. Patriot of Jan. 9, 1828 

Bathshebaand Edward Sherman, both of and 

at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Gale, May 4, 1830 

LALLEMAND Gen. Henry and Harriet Girard, 
niece of Stephen, at Mr. Girard's home, 
Philadelphia, by Rev. Mr. Carr, Oct. 28, 1817 

LAMB Betsey and Thomas Lyon, at Rutland, 

Vt. Phenix of Feb. 23, 1805 

Miss and Mr. Lyon, in Eng- 
land. Phenix of Feb. 4, 1809 

Albert, Esq., and Lydia W. Woodward, for- 
merly of Providence, at Salem, Mass. Pa- 
triot of May 30, 1 82 1 



432 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LAMB Frances G., of Nantucket, and John Peck- 
ham, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Merrett, Aug. 29, 1822 

LAMBKRT Lucy, daughter of late William, 
Esq., of Roxbury, Mass., and Nathaniel 
Fellows, Esq., of Cuba, at Ro.xbury. Pa- 
triot of Oct. 19, 1825 

LAMPHEAR Emma, daughter of Major Elisha, 
of Westerly, and Albertus Starr, of Ston- 
ington, Ct., at Westerly, by J. W. Knight, 
Esq., Sept. 5. 1819 

Lucinda, of Westerly, and Arnold Crumb, 
Jr., of Stonington, at New London, Ct. 
Patriot of Jan. 7, 1826 

LAMSON Caroline M. and James W. Thurber, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Dec. 25, 1826 

LANDERS Edward and Margaret F. Murphy, 

at Newport. Patriot of Feb. 16, 1828 

LANE Hannah W. and William W. Clapp, 

printer, at Buckstown. Phenix of Dec. 12, 1S07 

Major Isaiah and Hopestill Carpenter, both 
of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, April ir, 1813 
Lavinia, of Norton, Mass., and James W. 
Perry, of Lebanon, Ct., at Norton, by Rev. 
Mr. Clarke, Jan. 30, 1826 
Isaiah and Mercy Drowne, at Rehoboth. Pa- 
triot of Dec. 19, 1827 

LANG Robert U., Esq., senior editor of New 
York Gazette, and Mary Carr, eldest 
daughter of Andrew L., P^sq., at New 
York. Patriot of June 22; 1825 

LANGDON Caroline, daughter of the late Hon. 
Woodbury, and Hon. William Eustis, 
Secretary of War, at Portsmouth, N. H., 
by Rev. Dr. Buckmaster. Phenix of Sept. 29, i8ro 

LANG FORD Betsey, daughter of Capt. H ol- 
den, and Sullivan Moulton, Oct. 30, 1803 
John and Mrs. Deborah Congdon, both of 
and at East Greenwich, by Nathan Whit- 
ing, Esq., Dec. 24, 1826 

LANGLEY John B. and Martha C. Townsend, 

both of and at Newport. Patriot of June 3, 1820 

Nathaniel H. and Harriet B. Brownell, 
daughter of late Sylvester, at Newport. 
Patriot of Dec. 31, 1823 

Sarah Louisa, daughter of Joshua H., and 
Roger Williams Potter, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 5, 1825 



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 433 

LANGLEY Nathaniel and I'hebe Sweet, both of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Henry Tatem, Sept. 18, 1825 

Susan Eliza, daughter of Joshua H., of Prov- 
idence, and Rev. James D. Knowles, of 
Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1S26 

Eliza, daughter of Lee, of Providence, and 
Stephen Carr, proprietor of the South- 
bridge Moralist, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, May 11, 1828 

and Harriet Alexander, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 27, 1829 

James and Sylva Planchard, at Albion 

Village, Dec. 16, 1832 

LANSDALE James and Betsey P'airbrother, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Oct. 2, 1828 

LANSING Catharine, daughter of Cornelius, 
and Gardiner Tracy, editor of the Lansing- 
burgh Gazette, at Lansingburgh, N. Y. 
Phenix of Feb. 23, 1805 

LAPHAM Chloe, only daughter of Job, and 
Olney Whipple, both "f and at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, Aug. 18, 1820 

William and Jerusha Rider, both of and at 

Pawtucket. Patriot of 
Oliver and Hannah Sherman, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict. Patriot of 
Oriel, son of Amos, of Goshen, Ohio, and 
Mahala Steere, daughter of Asa, of Gloces- 
ter, at Smithfield, 
LARCHAR John, of Providence, and Lucy 
Hartshorn, of Kingsboro, N. Y., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. E^des, 
Lucy and George W. Packard, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Edwin M. and Charlotte Pidge, daughter of 
Benjamin, at Dighton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Gushee. Patriot of March 3, 1821 

Mary G., daughter of Joseph W., formerly of 
this place, and Henry S. Meade, at New 
York. Patriot of March 3, 1821 

LARKE Capt. James R., of Bristol, and Harriet 
Allen, daughter of Major Joseph, of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. Phenix 
of March 18, 1809 

LARKIN Sophia Oliver, of Charlestown, Mass., 
and Ensign Lincoln, printer and book- 
seller, of Boston, at Charlestown. Phenix 
of May 14, 1808 

Susan, daughter of Joseph, and Joseph Field, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 18, 1803 



Aug. II, 


1821 


Nov. I, 


1826 


May 6, 


1827 


April 17, 


1814 


July 16, 


1815 



434 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LARNED John S. and Lucinda Martin, eldest 

daughter of the late Capt. John, of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Oct. 4, 1810 

Prudence, of Thompson, Ct., and Charles 

Beverly, of Providence, at Thompson, by 

Rev. Mr. Crosby, ' Feb. 17, 181 1 

George, 2d, of Thompson, Ct., and Maria C. 

Read, only daughter of William, Esq., of 

and at Killingly, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Whitte- 

more. Phenix of Jan. 13, 1816 

Laura, second daughter of William, and 

Benjamin Franklin Hallett, attorney at 

law, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Crocker, June 25, 1822 

George, Esq.. of Providence, and Eliza 

Tweedey Malbone, daughter of late Hon. 

Francis, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, Oct. 9, 1823 

Major Benjamin F., U. S. Army, and Mrs. 

Lucy F. Watson, daughter of General 

Nathan Willis, at Pittsfield. Patriot of Oct. 29, 1823 

Sophia, daughter of William, dec, and Ben- 
jamin Clifford, Jr., merchant, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 11, 1828 
Susan M., second daughter of George, Esq., 

and Stephen Crosby, at Thompson, Ct., by . 

Rev. Daniel Dow. Patriot of March 21, 1829 

LAROUCH Eliza M. and Richard Jones Wethby, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Oct. 19, 1819 

LARRABEE William, ^7, and Mrs. Tabitha 

Whitmore, at Scarboro, Mass. Pheni.K of Aug. 31, 1802 

LASSELL John Adams, of Providence, and 

Bathsheba Patch, daughter of Henry, of 

and at Worcester, by Rev. Samuel Austin, 

D. D., Jan. 14, 1811 

Fanny, of Newport, and Lieut. Benjamin 

Watson, U. S. Army, at Newport. Pheni.x 

of Sept. 12, i8i2 

John and Nancy Conant, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 1817 
Marcy and Ansel Brown, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Patriot of Dec. 27, 1823 
LASELL John and Lydia Conant, Sept. 20, 1831 

LATHAM Lydia, youngest daughter of late Jo- 
seph, and Ezekiel Smith, at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Place. Pheni.x of Dec. 14, 1811 

Thomas W., of Johnston, and Wealthy Peck, 

of and at Providence. Pheni.x of July 31, 1813 



PKOVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 435 

LATHAM Susan S., youngest daughter of late 

Abraham, and William H. Mnthewson, both 

of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. S]irague, 
Smith W. and Celinda Paine, daughter of 

William, at Smithfield. Patriot ot 
Lydia, eldest daughter of Elisha, of Smith- 
field, and George Streeter, of Mendon, at 

Smithfield. Patriot of 
Arthur, of Smithfield, and Sarah Paine, 

daughter of Jonathan, of Glocester, at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Mary and Smith Thayer, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., 
LATHE Eliza, of Charlton, and Rev. James O. 

Barney, of Seekonk, at Chailton, by Rev. 

Mr. Rich, 
LATHROP Septimus and Greenleaf Salisbury, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Mary, second daughter of Hon. Samuel, and 

William B. Sprague, at West Sjiringfield, 

Mass. Patriot of 
Sarah Ann and John Whipj^le, both of and 

at Providence, 
Joseph, of Exeler, R. I., and Annis Doug- 
lass, of and at Bristol, by Kev. Mr. Wright, 
LATIMEI^ Mary and Joseph George Holman, 

Esq., manager of Charleston, S. C, Thea- 
tre, both of and at Charleston, 
LAW John A., of Killmgly, Ct., and Asha C. 

Aldrich, only daughter of Elisha A., Esq., 

of and at P"oster. Phenix of March 24, 1810 

George, formerly of Lancaster Co., Eng., 

and Sally White, daughter of Joseph, of 

Uxbridge, Mass., at Rehoboth, by Calvin 

Martin, Esq., 
LAWLESS Luke E., Esq., of St. Louis, and 

Baroness Graham, at Georgetown, 

D C, 
LAWNEY Richard and Mary Powers, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
LAWREINCE Mrs. Esther, of Providence, and 

Henry Sovvle, of Westport, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Williams, 
Lillis and Matthew Gray, both of and at Prov- 
idence, 
Owen and Mary C. Welsh, daughter of 

Thomas, at Seekonk. Patri<jt of 
William, of St. Johnsburg, Vt., and Huldah 

Mason, of and at Seekonk, by Thomas 

Kinnicutt, Esq., Nov. 17, 1822 



July 2, 


1S17 


April 22, 


1820 


May 17, 


1823 


Jan. I, 


1S24 


Eeb. I, 


1830 


May 18, 


1825 


May 22, 


iSii 


Aug. 14, 


1824 


May II, 


1S29 


Dec. 6, 


1829 


Feb. 23, 


1817 



April 


12, 


1S20 


May 


i7> 


1S25 


Oct 


5. 


1831 


May 


13, 


1810 


Nov. 


16, 


1813 


Dec. 


15. 


1821 



436 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LAWRENCE Thomas and Mrs. Susannah 
Fisher, both of and at Providence, by Ben- 
jamin Peck, Esq., Nov. 23, 1822 

Ariel, Esq., aged 80 years, of Vernon, Ct., 
and Mrs. Aseneth Lawrence, of and at 
Camillas, Ct., aged 74, widow of Col. Bige- 
low. In 1759 he was engaged to her, but 
he enlisted to enter military service against 
the French. The elder brother in his ab- 
sence married her. Patriot of March 22, 1823 

Mrs. Aseneth, 74, of Camillus, Ct., widow of 
Col. Bigelow, and Ariel Lawrence, Esq., 
80, of Vernon, Ct. In 1759 he was en- 
gaged to her, but he enlisted to enter mili- 
tary duty against the French. The elder 
brother in his absence married her. Pa- 
triot of March 22, 1823 

Amey, daughter of John, and George W. 
Walcott, both of and at Providence. Pa- 
triot of June 4, 1823 

Mary, of Taunton, and Leander Dean, of 

Raynham, at Taunton. Patriot of Aug. 30, 1823 

Daniel S., of Providence, and Mary Ann 
Pric