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Niagara Falls, New York, Wednesday.--At the Whitney homestead, in Buffalo Avenue, tonight Miss Frances Whitney, was married to Mr. Ira Lovejoy Beebe, of New York. More than three hundred guests were present. The bridesmaids were Miss Allen and Miss Mary Allen, of Rochester; Miss Martha Thompson, of Buffalo; Miss Frances Phillips, of Passaic, New Jersey, and Miss Julia Knoght of Brooklyn. Miss Bessie Kent, of N orth Tonawanda, was maid of honor. The best man was Mr. William Robertson, of New York. The bride is a granddaughter of Major S. M. N. Whitney, whose father was one of the original settlers at Niagara Falls. Mr. Beebe is the son of General Ira L. Beebe , of New York, who formerly commanded the Eleventh brigade, N. G. N. Y., and prior to that was chief of staff to the late Major General John B. Woodward. [Thursday, November 17, 1898, New York Herald (New York, NY) Issue: 321 Page: 14]

MARRIED, Mr. Levi Blake, to Miss Polly Sanford [Buffalo Gazette, 31 Dec 1811 Tue, Pg 3; Sub by Mary Weigandt]

BOND, Col. William, of Lockport, N.Y., and Mrs. Nancy L. BOND, of Keene, N.H., were married in Lockport, N.Y., Sept. 3 by the Rev. Mr. Clark. They had separated about 8 hrs. ago and then decided to remarry. (Sept. 20.) [Source: "National Intelligencer", as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K.T.]

MARRIED, Mr. Thomas Holmes, to Miss Martha Sanford. [Buffalo Gazette, 31 Dec 1811 Tue, Pg 3; Sub by Mary Weigandt]

Married at Ithaca
Binghamton, NY, July 11 - Mr. George Wheeler Hosford of Washington and Miss Edith Maude Lacock of Niagara Falls were married yesterday at Ithaca. This is the romantic culmination of a meeting in Cornell, where both were students. After a three weeks' honeymoon in the shape of a canal trip across Redo lake, Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Hosford will be at home in Washington, where the groom holds the position as assistant pomologist in the Department of Agriculture. [Evening star., July 12, 1907, (Washington, DC) Page 5]


In Duanesburgh, on the evening of the 17th ult. by the Reverend Mr. Donalds, Mr. Robert McClue, of Newfane, Niagara County, to Miss Margaret Pulver, of the former place. [Tuesday, May 13, 1845, Cabinet (Schenectady, NY) Volume: XXXV Is sue: 1817 Page: 3]


At Cambria, Niagara County, New York, on the 1st. inst., by the Reverend Mr. Oaks, Mr. Hiram McCollum, of New York, to Miss Fidelia, daughter of Joseph B. Scoville, of the former place. [Monday, January 22, 1844, Evening Post (New York, NY) Volume: XLII Page: 3]


At Conquest Centre, September 30, 1872, by Reverend Charles Wideig, Mr. Chauncy McDonald of Hartland, Niagara County, New York, to Miss Caroline M. Perkins. [Thursday, October 9, 1873, Daily Albany Argus (Albany, NY) Volume: XLVII Issue: 1 7816 Page: 1]

At Aurora, on Thursday morning the 10th inst. by the Reverend Amon G. Baldwin, James H. Paige, Esq.., attorney at law, Lewiuston, Niagara County to Miss Mary S., daughter of the late Daniel Shepard, Esq. [Tuesday, November 22, 1836, Albany Argus (Albany, NY) Page: 3]

MARRIED, in Willink on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Edward Paine, to Miss Phebe Turner [Buffalo Gazette, 31 Dec 1811 Tue, Pg 3; Sub by Mary Weigandt]

At Lewiston, Niagara County, Mr. Amos S. Tryon, merchant, to Miss Sally Barton, daughter of B. Barton, Esq. [Tuesday, May 26, 1818, Patriot (Utica, NY) Volume: XVL Issue: 809 Page: 3]


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