At Jefferson's Village, by the Rev. Mr. Williams, Mr. John Bailey, to Miss Lydia Durand, daughter of Mr. John
Durand. [The Centinel of Freedom September 27, 1803 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
BELCHER – WOOD
At the residence of the bride’s parents, on Thursday, October 14th, by Rev. G. Henry Mandeville, D.D., Wm. H. Belcher,
of Orange, N.J. and Maggie A., daughter of Wm. G. Wood, M.D., of Harlem, N.Y. [The Medical and Surgical Reporter,
Philadelphia, Oct 30, 1875 - Submitted by Linda Rodriguez]
On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Jones, Mr. J. A. Bolles, of Hartford, Con. to Miss Dela Woodruff, of
this town. [The Centinel of Freedom, June 15, 1819 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Married - On Saturday the first inst. by Enos Martin, Esq. Mr. Dennis Botham, to Miss Hannah Cory, daughter of
Mr. Wm. Cory both of Caldwell. [The Centinel of Freedom January 11, 1803 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Bradbury - Kinast
Miss Helen Kinast, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinast, of Ridgewood road, South Orange, was married last
night in the M. E. church parsonage in Prospective street, South Orange, by Rev. H. F. Randolph, to William Bradbury,
also of South Orange. Robert Kinast, Jr. a brother of the bride, was best man, and miss Mary Locker, of South Orange,
was bridesmaid. A reception followed the ceremony at the new home of the young couple, in Lindsley avenue.
The following presents were received: from father and mother of the bride $100., a bed room set and sew-machine,
father and mother of the groom $100., a clock and quilt from brother of the bride R. Kinast a parlor clock, Miss
Alice Bradbury dining room furniture and box of groceries, Mr. and Mrs. Babcock a tea set, Miss Mary Bradbury two
tablecloths and six napkins, Miss Emma Bradbury rocking chair and quilt, Mr. and Mrs. Milmichel a tea set and fruit
dish, Mr. and Mrs. Moody smoothing irons, Misses Ruth, Marion and Alice Moody three cake plates, Mr. Milmichel
a kitchen lamp, Miss Mary Locker a parlor lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Locker window shades, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Murray half
dozen silver knives and forks, half dozen silver table spoons, half dozen silver tea spoons, a silver butter knife
and sugar shell, Mr. and Mrs. F. Speir pictures, Mr. and Mrs. Halacheck sofa pillow, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaw a rocking
chair, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bending a toilet set, Miss Lizzie and Mary Gofken ornamental vases, Mr. E. Vail silver butter
knife, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon of Philadelphia, a fruit dish and glass pitcher, Miss Mamie Ziegler a sofa pillow, Miss
Fannie Freeman picture, Mr. A. Freeman a gold pin, Mrs. John Eddie of Hutchinson, Kansas, a vase, Miss Lula Payne,
of Hutchinson Kansas, a pair of napkin rings.
Newark Evening News, New Jersey.
Haven Weekly Journal
Haven, Reno County, Kansas
Saturday, November 9, 1901
page - front *** column - 3
Contributed by Rose Stout
Married - On Saturday evening last by the Rev. John Dow, Mr. John W. Brown, of Spring Garden, to Miss
Ann Smith of Morris Town [The Sentinel of Freedom July 23, 1811 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Married - A few days since, by the Rev. Richards, Mr. Samuel Camp, of Cheapside, to Miss Polly Bubnet, of Hanover.
The Centinel of Freedom September 27, 1803
At Hackensack, on Saturday the 12th inst. by the Rev. Doct. Froeligh, Mr. David J. Christie, to Miss Ann Brinkerhoff.
[The Centinel of Freedom, March 22, 1814 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
The Short-Hills Item, Milburn Township, Essex County, New Jersey, April 4, 1891
Married on Monday, March 30, at the Presbyterian church, Wyoming, Mr. J. K. Clark Jr, Principal of the Washington
School, Milburn, N.J. to Miss Alida F. Senior, of Wyoming.
On Tuesday evening last by the Rev. James Richards, Mr. John Colt of Paterson, to Miss Elizabeth P. Boudinot, daughter
of Elisha Boudinot Esq. of this town. [The Centinel of Freedom, March 22, 1814 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
The Short-Hills Item, Milburn Township, Essex County, New Jersey, July 11, 1891
Miss Renie Cox and Mr. Geo. C. Stiles were married in the Springfield Presbyterian Church on Thursday afternoon.
The church was beautifuly adorned with flowers for the occasion, a series of evergreen arches leading up to a
mass of ferns and wild flowers. The bride wore a gown of whites silk and a tulle veil. Miss Hattie Ford was maid
of honor, Mr. Jesse Cain acted as best man, Messrs Edward Murphy and Edward price were ushers. In the absence
of the pastor, the ceremony was performed by the Rev. John R. Fisher of South Orange.
Married - On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Cumming, Mr. John Coor, of Somerset, to Miss Mary Pelton of
this town. [The Centinel of Freedom, March 9, 1813 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Hooper Cumming, Mr. Charles Crane, to Miss Jane M'Ginnus, of this town. [The
Centinel of Freedom April 14, 1812 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
On Tuesday evening last, by the same Rev. Gentleman, Capt. George B. Davison, to Miss Caroline Livingston, of this
town. [The Centinel of Freedom May 24, 1814 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Married - On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. Richards, Mr. A. Denman, to Miss Charlotte C. Remsen, all of
this town. [The Centinel of Freedom May 24, 1814 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Married - At Elizabeth Town, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. M'Dowall, Mr. Daniel Kyte, to the agreeable
Miss Anna Cory, all of that place. [The Centinel of Freedom August 21, 1805 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
On Monday evening, July 25th, by the Rev. Mr. Richards, Mr. Asa G. Lurkin to Miss Terressa Parkhurst, all of this
town. [The Centinel of Freedom August 9, 1814 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Married, on Monday the 28th ult. Mr. Darby Daniel MacClean of this town, a pensioner, to Miss Margaretta
S. Mackenna, of Rathfryland. The bride was to have been married on the same day to another lover one James
Locke, and had arrived at an appointed time and place in Newry, where the ceremony was to have been performed.
The favored swain, however, did not appear, and the lady's hostess in Bridge street communicated to her the lamentable
tidings, that he was already married, and has gone, she believed, to visit his wife, then a prisioner in Armagh.
Margaret wept, sighed deeply, and exclaimed, "Never will I return to Rathfryland unmarried: If I do not get
a husband, I will drown myself, and this shall be the last day of poor Margaretta Mackenna!" "O, (said
the hostess) I wish honest Darby Dan MacClean were here! He also is crossed in love, and talks of death. Perhaps
he would marry you: "Tis better to wed than die." A word to the wise sufficeth. Margaretta speeded on
the wings of love, to Darby's dwelling, whom she found pensively leaning on his arm, and ruminating deeply on his
misfortune. "Why are you so sad, Darby," quoth Margaretta? "My love has jilted and deserted me,
replied Darby with a sigh. "So hat mine," rejoined Margaretta with a sob. "I cannot, I will not
survive it" quoth Darby. "I will either be drowned or be married today," murmured Margaretta. The
voice was in unison with Darby's feelings; he looked wistfully on the dark, languishing, yet sparkling eyes of
the lovelorn maid, and sympathized in her sorrows. Sympathy begets love, and love is gentleman usher to Hymen.
The parties therefore determined not to drown but marry. Margaretta with her intended bridegroom, returned in triumph
to her kind and sagacious hostess. Preparations were made for the wedding; and the bride insisted on paying the
parson's fees from her own pocket. But Darby would not concede this point. "That, said he, would be to purchase
me; and if you buy me you might sell me; but I'll take care of that". The friendly controversy soon terminated,
and the happy pair now man and wife, like other fashionable personages, set off immediately after the ceremony.
They mean to spend the honeymoon in connubial joy at Rathfryland.
[The Centinel of Freedom January 19, 1819 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
At the house of Peter Colt, Esq. Paterson, on the 29th ult. Henry Morris, Esq. to Miss Elizabeth J. Smith, daughter
of Dr. Wm. P. Smith, dec. of N.Y. [The Centinel of Freedom October 5, 1819 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Married - At Con. Farms, on the 19th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Thompson, Mr. Robert Nichols of Newark, to Miss Elizabeth
Brant, of the former place. [The Centinel of Freedom May 24, 1814 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
On Saturday evening last by the Rev. Doct. M'Dowell, Mr. Edson Park, of Newark, to Miss Mary Spinning, of Elizabeth
Town. [The Centinel of Freedom, October 24, 1820 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Married - On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. James Richards, Mr. Silas Phellis to Miss Elizabeth Griger of this
town. [The Centinel of Freedom April 14, 1812 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
SAUNIER – SANDFORD
At Trinity Episcopal Church, Newark, N.J., by Rev. W.W. Newton, Louis Saunier and Laura Belle, daughter of
W.P. P. Sandford, M.D, all of Newark. [The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Philadelphia, Nov. 13, 1875 - Submitted
by Linda Rodriguez]
On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Hilyard, Mr. John Skuyler, to Miss Patty Colman. [The Centinel of Freedom
January 11, 1803 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
On the same evening, by the same Rev. gentleman, Mr. Samuel B. Smith of this town, to Miss Phebe H. Earle, daughter
of Mr. Edward Earle, of North Farms. [The Centinel of Freedom April 14, 1812 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
On Saturday evening the 4th inst. by the Rev. Stephen Thompson, Mr. Moses Townley, to Miss Jane Lum, daughter of
Mr. Clark Lum of Union township. [The Centinel of Freedom April 14, 1812 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]
In Irvington, N.J., on Thursday, Feb. 19, at the Reform Dutch Church, by Rev. H. Vehslage, Jr., Mr. William M.
Wellstood, of New York, and Miss Julia M., youngest daughter of W. P. Barnard, Esq., of Lowville, N.Y.
(The Journal And Republican (Lowville, NY) - Wednesday, February 25, 1863)
Transcribed by Jim Dezotell
At Orange, on Thursday the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Grover, Mr. Matthias Wilkinson, to Miss Betsey Condit, daughter
of Mr. Isaac Condit, of Caldwell. [The Centinel of Freedom January 11, 1803 - submitted by Dena Whitesell]