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Relationship Notes For Elisha S. LEACH and Eleanor R ROBERTS


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and JobPJob Printer881.
p.  88

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Relationship Notes For Donald Bettes VANDEWATER and Katherine Lockwood CORNELL


"The Kingston Daily Freeman"  Friday Evening, September 22, 1933
Linen  S h o w er and  B r i d ge
New  Palts, Sept.  22  Katharine  I. Cornell,  daughter of Mr. andMrs. Peter
M. Cornell, of Manchester Bridge and a graduate of New  Palti Normal School,
was guest of honor at a linen shower and bridge onMonday evening, September
18, given by Betty  Wood of Hyde Park andFrances Fitzgerald of Poughkeepie at
the home of Miss Wood. MissCornell's engagement  to Donald B  Vandewater, son
of Mr. and Mrs.Frank J. Vandewater, was recent ly

"Poughkeepsie Eagle News"  [Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY]  Sat., 21Oct 1933
60 WILL ATTEND
WEDDING TODAY
KATHARINE LOCKWOOD CORNELL
AND DONALD VANDEWATER
WILL BE MARRIED
Approximately 60 guests will attend the wedding of Katharine LockwoodCornell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Martense Cornell, Titusvilleroad, and Donald
Bettes Vandewater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.Vandewater of Woodlawn avenue,
this day, which will take place at highnoon today at the Cornell home.
Dr. Alexander Griswold Cummins, rector of Christ Episcopal church
willofficiate at the ceremony, and wedding marches will be played byLouisa
Willard Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Stuart Hubbard ofthis city. 
Banks of ferns, palms, chrysanthemums, and baskets of fallflowers will form
the background for the ceremony.
Miss Cornell, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear agown of
white satin, of princess style, with long full sleeves, andwill carry a
bouquet of white roses and gardenias.  Her veil, of lodlace and tulle, will be
arranged in cap shape.  Theodora Hart Cornell,her sister, who will attend her
as maid of honor, will be gowned inolive green crepe, with brown velvet turban
and accessories of brown,and will carry a bouquet of gold colored
chrysanthemums.  EdwinVandewater of this city will be best man, and ushers
will be LeslieSeaman and Daniel Baright.  Out of town guests will be from
Peekskill,New York city, and New Jersey.
Immediately after the ceremony a reception for relatives and a fewfriends will
be given at the home, and the couple will depart for awedding trip.  Miss
Cornell's going away costume will be a tan tweedtraveling suit with brown
accessories.  The  couple will make theirhome in Brockport, where Mr.
Vandewater is a bond salesman.
Miss Cornell was graduated from Pocono Manor school and from New PaltzNormal
school last June.  She was prominent in student activities atNew Paltz,
serving as president and secretary of the Student council.She was a member of
the Cltonian sorority, the Dramatic club, Arts andCrafts club, Kindergarten
club, and the Normal school band.  Mr.Vandewater was graduated from Arlington
high school in 1929 andattended Syracuse university for three years.  In 1930
he rowed in theIntercollegiate Regatta at Poughkeepsie as a member of the
Syracusefreshman crew.

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Relationship Notes For Isaac VAIL and Lydia CARPENTER


Yorktown, Westchester Co., New York - Marriages by Rev. SilasConstant.
Extracted from The Journal of the Reverend Silas CONSTANTPastor of the
Presbyterian Church at Yorktown, New York With some ofthe Records of the
Church and A List of his Marriages, 1784-1825. ByEmily Warren ROEBLING. 
Edited by Josiah Granville LEACH, LL.B.Philadelphia,
1903http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/ny/yorktown_ny_marr.htm

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Relationship Notes For Christopher BURLINGAME and Eliza A FRANCISCO


Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900.  Christopher Burlingameand Eliza
A. Francisco were married in Champaign Co.,  IL on 15 Jan1878.  State file #: 
00000012.http://www.library.sos.state.il.us/GenealogyMWeb/MarriageSearchServlet

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Relationship Notes For Caleb ARNOLD and Anne ARNOLD


Rhode Island Marriages, 1696 to 1850.  Transcribed at Ye OldeDirectory Shoppe. 
http://www.yeoldedirectoryshoppe.com.  CalebArnold, marr. Anne Arnold. 
03/06/1773.

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Relationship Notes For Earl J COLVIN and Nettie E CORTRIGHT


"Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images,
FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XD4D-7XZ ]
Image
Name:	 Earl J. Colvin
Event Type:	 Marriage
Event Date:	 03 Oct 1910
Event Place:	 Ashtabula, Ohio, United States
Age:	 23
Birth Year (Estimated):	 1887
Birthplace:	 Munson, Ohio
Father's Name:	Silas Colvin
Mother's Name:	Mary Bartlet
Spouse's Name:	Nettie E. Cortright
Spouse's Age:	 21
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):	 1889
Spouse's Birthplace:	 So. Euclid, Ohio
Spouse's Father's Name:	Alfred Cortright
Spouse's Mother's Name:	Addie Pruden
Reference ID:	 451
GS Film Number:	890270
Digital Folder Number:	004016983
Image Number:	 00564

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Relationship Notes For John BRIGGS and Sarah BURLINGAME


MAIN SOURCE:  W.C. McCaw in a series of emails during  2003/2004

Arnold, James N. "Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, firstseries,
births, marriages and deaths : a family register for thepeople"  Providence,
R.I.: Narraganset Historical Publishing Co.,1891, 13030 pgs.  Pg 32, 1-101. 
Burlingame, Sarah, and John Briggs,Jr., June 13, 1742.

IGI Extraction at FamilySearch.  Batch No.  M500011.  Dates:1636-1850. Source
Call No. 0914406.  Printout Call No.  1205007.Type:  Film.
John Briggs and Sarah Burlingame, married:  13 Jan 1843,
Providence,Providence, RI.

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Relationship Notes For Donald E WIEAND and Wilma C ENGLISH


"The Wellsboro Gazette" [Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA], Thursday, 9 Feb1950, p. 10:
English-Wieand
Miss Wilma English, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene English ofMechanicsburg,
formerly of Wellsboro, became the bride of Donald E.Wieand, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl L. Wieand of Allentown, last Saturdayin the Methodist Church in Camp
Hill.
The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Aurance F. Shank,pastor.
Nuptial music was presented by John Owens, soloist, and Mrs.Clarence Sipe,
organist.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a brown ivory satinwith a
fitted bodice and long train. Her fingertip veil was held inplace by a Juliet
cap trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a bouquetof white roses and orchids.
Mrs. Donald Souder, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and
thebridesmaids were Miss Vicki Anderson and Miss Myrle Wieand, sister ofthe
bridegroom. All wore pastel taffeta gowns and carried bouquets ofroses.
David Dietrich of Allentown was best man and the ushers were DonaldFreeman of
Allentown and Roy Miller of Carlisle.
Following a reception at The Allenberry, the couple left for weddingtrip to
New York. Upon their return they will reside at 156 South WestSt. in Carlisle.
The bride is a graduate of Wellsboro High School and is employed atthe
Mechanicsburg Naval Supply Depot. The bridegroom is a graduate ofAllentown
High School and Villanova College and is a senior atDickinson Law School.
Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Brittain attended the wedding.

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Relationship Notes For Harvey L NICHOLSON and Susan MCCOLLEY


LDS FamilySearch Extraction - Microfilm Image Transcription
Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954
Name: Harvey L Nicholson  Event: Marriage  Event Date: 19 Mar 1869Event
Place: Danby, , Vermont, United States  Father: Jonathan [sic]Nicholson  
Mother: Betsey  Spouse: Susan McColley  Film Number:0027641  Digital Folder
Number: 004667381  Image Number: 00040

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Relationship Notes For Uel Lampkin HAGGARD and Joy Belle BAKER


Christian County, Missouri Marriage Index -
1859-1940.http://www.Rootsweb.com/~moccl/ccmo_k.pdf.  Book 15, Page 294. 
JoyBelle Baker and Ule Haggard were married 3 Sept 1938 by Willie House,JP

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Relationship Notes For Christopher Rhodes STAFFORD and Sarah Ann FENNER


LDS FamilySearch Extracted IGI's - Collection: Connecticut Marriages,1729-1867
Groom's Name: Christopher Stafford
Bride's Name: Sarah Ann Fenner
Marriage Date: 30 Mar 1824  or 7 Mar 1824  or
Marriage Place: Hartford, Connecticut   or Providence, Providence Co.,RI
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01583-3  or M50001-2
System Origin: Connecticut-EASy
Source Film Number: 3311  or 915075
Collection: Connecticut Marriages, 1729-1867

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Relationship Notes For Robert Charles KENT and Betty Marie GOSS


Saint Joseph Co, IN Marriage Index 1927-1954 [database on South BendArea
Genealogical Society site]:  Marriage Record for Betty MarieGoss.  Spouse:
Robert Charles Kent.  Date: 6 Aug 1938.  B/G: Bride.Source: Book:108 Page:466. 
Record #: license date 1938/08/05.  Countyand State: St Joseph Co.
IN.

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Relationship Notes For George DARK and Charlotte Ethelyn FRANCIS


"The Illustrated Buffalo Express"  [Buffalo, Erie Co., NY] Sunday,June 22, 1902
Dark-Francis
The marriage of Miss Charlotte Ethelyn Francis to Mr. George Dark,took place
last Saturday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents,Mr. and Mrs. James
Morgan Francis, in West Falls, the Reverend H. WyseJones of Buffalo
officiating.  The pretty country home was tastefullytrimmed with flowers and
ferns.  The bride wore a gown of whitechiffon over taffeta and was attended by
her sister, Miss Leora Francis.  The best man was Mr. William E. Jabraus.
A supper followed the ceremony, the table being decked in pink andgreen.
Mr. and Mrs. Dark will spend their honeymoon in Canada, and will maketheir
home for the present in Montreal.

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Relationship Notes For Reginald Charles MOULTON and Edith STONE


Maine State Archives, 84 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0084Database: 
Bride Name: STONE EDITH A Bride Town/State: ORNEVILLE, MEGroom Name: MOULTON
REINALD C Groom Town/State: BRADFORD, ME Date ofMarriage: Sunday July 26, 1953

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Relationship Notes For Robert C INGERSOLL and Mariam O BICE


Michigan Marriages 1868-1925.  FamilySearch IGI Extraction.[Microfilm image]
Groom name: Robert C Ingersoll
Groom age: 20 years
Groom birth year: 1892
Groom birth place: Lansing
Bride name: Marion Bice
Bride age: 18 years
Bride birth year: 1894
Bride birth place: Grand Lodge
Marriage date: 14 Feb 1912
Marriage place: Lansing, Ingham, Michigan
Father of groom name: C.W Ingersoll
Mother of groom name: Mary Hiscock
Father of bride name: Harry Bice
Mother of bride name: ...nnie Taylor
Film number: 2342697
Digital GS number: 4209168
Image number: 87
Reference number: v 2 p 327 rn 5756
Collection: Michigan Marriages 1868-1925

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Relationship Notes For Isaac POTTER and Molly IDE


Anthony, Bertha Williams, "Roger Williams of Providence" Cranston,R.I.: B.W.
Anthony and H.W. Weeden, 1949, 223 pgs.  Pg. 90

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Relationship Notes For Pitt W HANSCOM and Frances DUPLISSEA


Maine State Archives, 84 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0084Database:
Bride Name: DUPLISSEA FRANCIS Bride Town/State: LINCOLN, ME GroomName: HANSCOM
PITT W Groom Town/State: LINCOLN, ME Date of Marriage:Thursday October 29, 1925

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Relationship Notes For Pitt W HANSCOM and Ione TOWLE


http://portalx.bisoex.state.me.us.
Maine Marriage Archives.
Bride Name: TOWLE IONE Bride Town/State: LINCOLN, ME Groom Name:HANSCOM PITT W
Groom Town/State: LINCOLN, ME Date of Marriage:Saturday July 28, 1945

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Relationship Notes For Isaac Holden YEAW and Augusta M SALISBURY


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and JobPJob Printer881.
p. 17

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Relationship Notes For Richard Wesley SMITH and Mary DeCamp LEONARD


SOURCE:  Johnson Family Bible
USGenWebProject.http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~njmorris/biblerecords/johnson.htm
Mary DeCamp Leonard [dau of Wm. H. & Maria Lucy] was married toRichard Wesley
Smith October 12, 1926 at Morris Plains NJ by Rev.Arthur Johnson.

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Relationship Notes For Rufus Llord DOUGLAS and Laurel Beryle DAVIS


SOURCE:  "The Notebooks of Sarah Reeves Douglas Written Circa1920-1934 Adams
Co., Wisconsin.http://www.wiroots.org/wiadams/jte03.html

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Relationship Notes For Melville James VEITCH and Mayfreda Frances BURLINGAME


"Norwood News"
St. Lawrence County, New York
Wednesday, October 30, 1935.

Copy of Wedding article on file.

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Relationship Notes For John Francis GRINDELL and Mary E PAGE


Maine State Archives, 84 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0084Database: 
Bride Name: PAGE MARY E Bride Town/State: LINCOLN, ME GroomName: GRINDELL
FRANCIS Groom Town/State: LINCOLN, ME Date of Marriage:Friday July 14, 1944

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Relationship Notes For Robert Edwin HITCHCOCK and Beatrice J GOODKIND


11 Feb 1934:
WED IN CALIFORNIA
Friends in Helena have received word of the marriage of Mrs. BeatriceL.
Hitchcock and Robert E. Hitchcock of Milwaukee, Wis. The marriagetook place in
Los Angeles, Monday, Jan. 29. Mrs. Hitchcock is thedaughter of Mrs. E. L.
Goodkind of Los Angeles.

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Relationship Notes For Solomon MATTESON and Sarah COLVIN


Ancestry and descendants of William Curtis of Marcellus, N.Y.  AlsoSome
Allied Families , Sperry, Matteson, Worden, and brieflyBeardsley, Blakely or
Blakesley, Clap, Dyer, Hinckley, Parker,Templeton and Wilcox.  Prepared and
published by Mrs. Lorissa E.Steele, 1912.  Family History Archives. 
BYU.http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu.

Town of Coventry Marriages, Births, &
Deaths.homepages.rootsweb.com/~amaguire/downloads/Coventry.pdf (copy on
file)1-199.  Colvin, Sarah, and Solomon Matteson, Feb. 5, 1792.

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Relationship Notes For Beniah McGowan CALVIN and Lucia A SWIFT


I do not have a source for this information.  My source is G. McGowan.Use as
clue, not fact.

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Relationship Notes For Anthony POTTER and Mercy BURLINGAME


MAIN SOURCE:  W.C. McCaw in a series of emails during  2003/2004

Vital Records of Cranston, Rhode Island, 1636 - 1850, Volume 2 VitalRecords of
Rhode Island 1636-1850. First Series. Births, Marriages andDeaths. A Family
Register for the Family. By James N. Arnold, Editorof the Narragansett
Historical Register. Volume II, Cranston, Part 2.Providence, R.I.,
Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, 1892.[WorldVitalRecords.com]p.
19.  1-332.  Potter, Anthony, of Joseph,dec., and Mercy Burlingame, of Capt.
Peter; m. by William Burton,Justice, Aug. 30, 1772.

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Relationship Notes For Mat Locke OAKLEY and Lula Belle HOLMAN


Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957   Ancestry.com
M L Oakley
GENDER:	Male
AGE:	25
BIRTH YEAR:	abt 1883
RESIDENCE:	Horatio, Sevier, Arkansas
SPOUSE'S NAME:	Lulu Bell Holman
SPOUSE'S GENDER:	Female
SPOUSE'S AGE:	16
SPOUSE'S RESIDENCE:	Horatio, Little River, Arkansas
MARRIAGE DATE:	7 May 1908
MARRIAGE LICENSE DATE:	6 May 1908
MARRIAGE COUNTY:	Little River
EVENT TYPE:	Marriage
FHL FILM NUMBER:	1007916

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Relationship Notes For Ralph Davidson HORNBROOK and Anita Merritt FROST


SOURCE:  Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Christ Church, New York Volume 1
Pgs 24 & 25
1907, Aug. 21, Frost, Anita Merritt, and Ralph Davidson Hornbrook.

SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 190

THE STATES GAZETTE
DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE
42ND YEAR   NO. 33
AUGUST 15, 1907
HORNBROOK & FROST--Cards are out announcing the approaching marriageof Ralph
Davidson HORNBROOK, of this city and Miss Anita MerrittFROST, of Poughkeepsie,
N. Y., Wednesday, August 21st. The bride isthe daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur
Lockwood FROST.  Ralph is the son ofDr.  & Mrs. HORMBROOK, of this city. The
couple will make their homeat Keobuk, Iowa, where he has a position.
http://files.usgwarchives.net/tn/dyer/newspaper/gz0807.txt

POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., EAGLE. AUGUST 23--Wednesday evening at the
familyresidence on Church street, Miss Anita Merritt FROST was united
inmarriage to Mr. Ralph Davidson HORNBROOK, of Dyersburg, Tenn. the
Rev.Frederick S.  ARNOLD, cousin of the bride, officiating. The bride
wasattended by her sister, Miss Florence M. FROST as maid of honor. Thegroom
was attended by his brother, Rodney Earl HORNBROOK. Stephrn RalfANDREWS, a
friend of the groom was usher.  Charles P.  & Hume M.FROST held the ribbons
and the bride's aunts,  Mrs. F. M.  EASTMAN andMrs. Alfred FROST assistes
receiving guests. Mr. & Mrs. HORNBROOK willreside in Keokuk, Iowa, where he
will be at the head of a businesscollege. Dr. J. T. HORNBROOK, of Dyersburg,
Tenn., father of the groomattended the wedding.

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Relationship Notes For Henry George GATES and Anita Merritt FROST


SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 190

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Relationship Notes For Carl J MCNETT and Gladys M SMEAD


FamilySearch Extracted IGI's
Groom's name: Carl J. McnettGroom's age: 20 yearsGroom's birth year:1890
Groom's birthplace: IndianaBride's name: Gladys M. SmeadBride'sage: 16 years
Bride's birth year: 1894Bride's birthplace:IndianaMarriage date: 26 Jan 1910
Marriage place: Coldwater, Branch,MichiganGroom's father's name: John L.
McnettGroom's mother's name:Edith VailFather of bride's name: Chas. Smead
Mother of bride's name:Ada BritzinsFilm number: 2342688Digital GS number:
4209131Imagenumber: 423Reference number: v 1 p 1 rn 5942Collection:
MichiganMarriages 1868-1925

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