Miscellaneous Marriage Records in Fulton County
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Vaissiere - Lockington
In Gloversville, July 15th, at the residence of John R. Warman, Esq., by the Rev. Mr. Walker, Mr. Emile Vaissiere, of Johnstown, to Miss Letitia Lockington, of Gloversville.
Lundy - Warman
At the same place, by the same, Mr. John F. Lundy, of Troy, to Miss Ella Warman, of Gloversville.
Source: The Fulton County Democrat, Johnstown, July 22, 1873, Vol. XXXI No. 29, page 3. Contributed by James F. Morrison.
Burdick - Hayner
Oscar Burdick and Lottie Hayner
March 25, 1879
Witnessed By S. D. Allen & Katie Karg
Broadalbin, New York
Clergyman Roland D. Grant
This was Oscar Burdick's second marriage, his first wife died giving birth to their second daughter. Oscar and Lottie had four sons. Their names were Nathan, William, Everett, the fourth son I believe was named Oscar. Two daughters Lela, (m. Eugene Blood) and Hattie b. 1880 - d. 1953 (m. Clarence Foland b. 1880 - d. 1950).
Hattie and Clarence had six children, two son Harry (m. Viola Vickery) and E. William (Bill) (m. Florence Finkle). The daughters were Lela (m. Leon W. (Beany) Fry), Elizabeth (m. Rev. Lester Snell), Beatrice (m. Kenneth (John) Lewis) and Alice (m. Raymond G. Smullen).
Submitted by Jeanne Galway
CLINK - DeVOE
July 14th, 1890 Mr. Jay DEVOE of Gloversville, N.Y. to Miss Lillah Belle CLINK of Redwood, N.Y.
From "Record of Marriages Performed by Rev. J. H. Steward", Watertown, N.Y.
This marriage entry was abstracted from an over 40-year run of one minister's Jefferson County, NY marriages. Original listings typed by Miss Florence K. Dowdell in 1929 from her ancestor's records. Hundreds of J. H. Steward's Watertown and other Jefferson County marriages appear in Volume 18 of the compiled New York State D. A. R. records. This volume is available to the public for viewing in three locations in the U.S. - the New York City Public Library (genealogical division; 5th Avenue and 42nd Street), the New York State Library in Albany, N.Y., and at the main D. A. R. research library in Washington, D.C. Please contact these facilities directly for further inquiries about this marriage list. This record was sent to us by Martha Magill, coordinator of Herkimer/Montgomery County GenWeb.
Mosher - Smith
Groom 65; bride 19
Vernon Mosher aged 65 and Miss Clara Smith aged 19 were united in marriage Saturday Dec. 27 at the home of Hiram Stowell in Dolgeville, Rev. W. H. Balser of the M. E. church officiating.
Both of the contracting parties hailed from Oppenheim, where they will reside. Mr. Mosher is a pensioner of the civil war in which conflict he lost an arm. He was a widower.
Source: The Fulton County Republican, Thursday, December 29, 1904, page 8.
Plantz - Stewart
Bernard Plantz, age 27, residence Fonda, Occupation Farmer, Birthplace Fonda, Father: Adam Plantz, Mother: Maria Veeder, Number of this Marriage: 1.
Libbie E. Stewart, age 26, residence Gloversville, birthplace Gloversville, Father: John Stewart, Mother: Rhoda McDougall, Number of this Marriage: 1.
Date: Dec. 22, 1886, Reg. # 348, Village of Gloversville, J. H. Coleman, Clergyman officiated.
Source: Gloversville City Clerk's office, Book O.
SMITH - STILL, Johnstown
Our Neighbor, Fulton County
Our Special Correspondence.
Johnstown, December 15--Cards are out announcing that the marriage of Dr. D. V. STILL to Miss Jennie SMITH will take place Wednesday noon.
The Doctor is one of the leading physicians in the county. After the ceremony the newly married couple will start for Denver, Colorado, where they expect to make their home. The ceremony will be performed at the residence of the brides father, David SMITH. A number of invitations have been given out.
Source: Laura Perkins at Oneida & Oswego County GenWebs: Utica Daily Press, Saturday, December 16, 1882.
Travis - Wemple
George M. Travis, age 35, residence Gloversville, Occupation Painter, Birthplace Canartota, Father: Philip H. Travis, Mother: Sarah A. Lockweed, Number of this Marriage: 2.
Charlotte A. Wemple, age 35, residence Gloversville, birthplace Fonda, NY, Father: David B. Wemple, Mother: Abigail Plantz, Number of this Marriage: 1.
Date: Oct. 16, 1888, Reg. # 508, Village of Gloversville, James Gardner, Clergyman officiated.
Source: Gloversville City Clerk's office, Book O.
Welsh - Oaksford
Miss Ellen Oaksford, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Oaksford, 13 Fosdick Street, Gloversville, was married last night to W.F. Welsh, an employee of the F. J.& G. railway company. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. J. Dominic, and the best man was William Buckner of this city. Mr. & Mrs. Welsh will live at 13 Fosdick, Gloversville.
This was found on page 5 of the Thursday, October 15, 1903, Johnstown Daily Republican newspaper. Submitted by granddaughter, Barbara Steffens.
Welsh - Goddhouse
MARRIED. WELSH--GOODHOUSE--in Johnstown, on the 6th August, 1870, by Rev. P. Felts. Mr. JAMES S. WELSH, to Miss CAROLINE GOODHOUSE, both of Bleecker.
From "The Gloversville Intelligencer", Gloversville, N.Y., Thursday, August 11, 1870. Submitted by great-granddaughter, Barbara Steffens.
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