Vital Record Of Rhode Island -1636-1850
First series. Births, marriages and deaths
A Family Register for thge People,
by James N. Arnold, Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register

Contents- Marriages, Rhode Island American: letters A to G.

Marriages - EIGHFORTH to GARDEN

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]



EIGHFORTH
  • William C. and Mrs. Rebecca P. Saunders, both of Providence, at Swanzey, Aug. 3, 1827.
ELLSBREE
  • James and Amanda F. Read, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. American of July 25, 1826.
  • John and Susan Sanford, of Westport, at Troy, Mass., Nov. 29, 1827.
ELBRIDGE
  • Richard and Sally Doane, both of and at Pawtucket. American of Jan. 16, 1824.
ELDERKIN
  • Capt. Eleazer and Anstress Davis, eldest daughter of Capt. Robert, of and at this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of Nov. 29, 1808.
  • Amey, of this town, and Martin Pond, of Franklin, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 5, 1809.
  • Marcus, of Providence, and Elizabeth Slocum, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, May 24, 1821.
ELDRED
  • Mary, daughter of Benedict, of South Kingstown, and Benjamin Comstock, of Newport, at South Kingstown. American of Jan. 11, 1814.
  • Charles and Matilda Spink, daughter of Nicholas, at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup, June 29, 1820.
  • Mary Updike, daughter of Robert, Esq., of Wickford, and George Tillinghast, of Tolland, Ct., at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Northup, Jan. 26, 1826.
  • Ezra, of North Kingstown, and Mary Taylor, daughter of late John, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey. American of Jan. 29, 1828.
  • Abby G., of Wickford, and Nicholas Tillinghast, of Tolland, Ct., at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, Jan. 11, 1829.
  • Samuel P., of North Kingstown, and Levindia Barber, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Feb. 2, 1829.
  • Elizabeth and James Jableel Brenton, editor of the Washington Co. Advocate, at Wickford. American of May 13, 1831.
ELDREDGE
  • Capt. Henry, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Eliza Davis, daughter of Capt. Robert, of this town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 27, 1808.
  • Richard and Meriam Dyer, both of this town, at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of Oct. 31, 1815.
  • Sarah B. and Capt. Hutchinson A. Cole, both of and at Warwick [Wickford], by Rev. Mr. Northup. American of Oct. 14, 1817.
  • Merriam S. and Orion B. Saxton, printer, at Salem, by Rev. Mr. Carlile. American of Dec. 29, 1818.
  • William and Mary Ann Read, daughter of John, of and at Newport. American of March 31, 1820.
  • Dr. Charles and Eleanor Fry, daughter of Judge ---, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Dr. Park, Nov. 19, 1820.
  • Rebecca and Welcome Arnold, both of and at Pawtucket. American of Dec. 21, 1821.
  • Edward, of St. Salvadore, S. A., and Hannah Grosvenor, daughter of Hon. Thomas, of and at Pomfret. American of March 15, 1822.
  • Anna and Capt. Ray G. Andrews, both of and at Warwick. American of Oct. 15, 1822.
  • Gideon and Mary Ann Parker, both of Boston, at Pawtucket, by. Rev. Mr. Benedict, Jan. ----, 1823.
  • Catharine and John P. Smith, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 18, 1823.
  • Levy and Abigail E. Kelley, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Feb. 12, 1826.
  • Ruby Ann, of Smithfield, and Israel Wood, Jr., of Swanzey, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Sept. 24, 1827.
  • Nathaniel and Lydia Bassett, both of and at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Sept. 30, 1827.
  • James and Eunice Long, at Pawtucket. American of April 22, 1828.
ELKINS
  • Harriet, daughter of Henry, of Salem, Mass, and Enos Cutler, U.S. Army, at Salem, July 1, 1819.
  • Sophia A. and George C. Ray, at Nantucket. American of June 25, 1830.
ELLENBOROUGH
  • Lord and Jane Elizabeth Digby, only daughter of Rear Admiral Digby and Viscountess Andover, in London. American of Nov. 2, 1824.
ELLERY
  • Abby, of Warren, and John Birket, of this town, married in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 13, 1808.
  • Mary G., of Newport, and Samuel Jennison, Jr., of Worcester, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 15, 1815.
  • Cornelia, daughter of Hon. Christopher, and Albert E. Harding, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 26, 1819.
  • Clarrissa, daughter of Christopher, Esq., and Major William James Tilley, merchant, both of and at Newport. American of Sept. 8, 1820.
  • Elizabeth Dana, eldest daughter of William, and Robert Sedgwick, Esq., of New York, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 21, 1822.
  • Lieut. Charles, U.S. Navy, and Matilda M., daughter of late Benjamin Cornwell, of Brooklyn, N.Y., at New York. American of Sept. 9, 1823.
  • George W. and Mary Goddard, daughter of Thomas, at Newport. American of Nov. 18, 1823.
  • Martha Ann, of New Orleans, eldest daughter of late Abraham Redwood Ellery, of Newport, and Elbert J. Anderson. Esq., of New York, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825.
  • Henrietta A. S., daughter of William, and Edward T. Channing, Esq., Professor in Harvard University, at Newport, April 6, 1826.
  • George H., of Newport, and Cornelia W. Poole, daughter of Joseph, of and at New York, Dec. 13, 1832.
ELLIS
  • Roxana, of Attleboro, and Sylvanus Tingley, of this town, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder. Oct. 17, 1813.
  • Sally, daughter of Abner, Esq., and Erastus Worthington, Esq., Attorney at Law, both of Dedham, Mass., in this town, May 2, 1815.
  • Julia, of Walpole, Mass., and Moses Guild, Jr., of Dedham, at Walpole. American of June 2, 1820.
  • Mrs. Huldah, of Seekonk, and William Everett, of Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 28, 1821.
  • Capt. William, of Falmouth, and Eliza N. Barlow, daughter of late Capt. Moses, at Newport. American of Oct. 10, 1823.
  • Daniel F., of Attleboro, and Rebecca Carpenter, of and at Cumberland. American of May 13, 1825.
  • Ebenezer, of Springfield, and Mary D. Wheeler, of and at Taunton. American of June 7, 1825.
  • Ayres and Eunice L. Mott, both of Smithfield, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Dec. 4, 1825.
  • Amey Ann, only daughter of Cyrus, and Albert Field Dyer, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 12, 1826.
  • Joshua Orne, of Cumberland, and Mary Kelley, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Nov. 1, 1826.
  • Deacon William and Mary Wheaton, only daughter of Deacon Peter, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Feb. 6, 1827.
  • Richmond, of New York, and Mary A. Smith, daughter of Stephen C., Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 15, 1827.
  • Matilda S.B., daughter of James E., and Alfred Brown, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 29, 1827.
  • Kelita S., of Andover, Mass., and Abby C. Williams, eldest daughter of Jason W., of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 8, 1828.
  • Abigail B., daughter of Jabez, and Joseph B. Gay, of Philadelphia, at Attleboro. American of May 16, 1828.
  • Edmund Lee, Esq., of Staten Island, N.Y., and Jane Worrall, eldest daughter of John, of Philadelphia, merchant, formerly of Limerick, Ireland, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Abercrombie. American of Aug. 1, 1828.
  • Amelia and Lewis Josselyn, at Boston. American of June 11, 1830.
  • Mary and James G. Cassell, at Boston. American of Aug. 6, 1830.
  • Mary and James G. Casse, of Dorchester, at Boston. American of Aug. 10, 1830.
  • Powhatan, Senator from Mississippi, and Eliza Winn, daughter of Timothy, Esq., of and at Washington, March 1, 1831.
  • Elihu and Betsey Cheney, of Medfield, at Needham. American of April 12, 1831.
ELLICOTT
  • Ann Eliza, daughter of Andrew, Professor of Mathematics, and Capt. ---- ---- Douglass, U.S. Engineers, at West Point, by Rev. Mr. Empie, Dec. 8, 1815.
ELIOTT
  • Lemuel H. and Mary M. Lamson, by Rev. James Grow, both of and at Pomfret, Ct., April 27, 1817.
ELLIOTT
  • Francis and Elizabeth Thurber, daughter of Samuel, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 30, 1816.
  • Catharine, daughter of late Samuel, and Prof. Andrews Norton, of University at Cambridge, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell, May 28, 1821.
  • Anna, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and George Ticknor, Esq., Professor French and Spanish Literature at Harvard University, at Boston. American of Sept 25, 1821.
  • Dyer and Eliza Greene, at Thompson, Ct. American of Dec. 12, 1823.
  • Mrs. Lydia and Ebenezer Dean, at Taunton. American of Dec. 10, 1824.
  • Edmund and Eliza Gilman, at Exeter. American of Oct. 2, 1829.
  • Lucy Ann and Edward J. Long, at Boston. American of May 20, 1831.
  • Joseph, Jr., and Elizabeth Rice, at New Bedford. America of June 10, 1831.
ELLSWORTH
  • Frances, second daughter of the late Hon. Oliver, and Joseph Ward, Esq., of Stamford, at Windsor, Ct., May 10, 1801.
ELMENDORF
  • Martina and Hon. Lewis Condict, M.C. from New Jersey, at Somerville, N.J. American of Jan. 4, 1825.
ELPHINSTONE
  • Margaret M., daughter of Lord Keith, and Count Flahault, Aide de Camp to Napoleon, at Waterloo. American of Sept. 2, 1817.
ELTON
  • Romeo, of Wallingford, Ct., and Sarah Ann Ormsbee, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 18, 1814.
ELWIN
  • Catharine Cecelia Langdon, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Langdon Elwin, Esq., of Portsmouth, N.H., and Benjamin Woolsey Rogers, Esq., of New York, at Philadelphia. American of Feb. 16, 1819.
ELY
  • Martha, of Longmeadow, and Rev. Daniel Temple, missionary at Malta, at Hartford. American of Jan. 12, 1830.
EMMONS
  • Mary, of Franklin, Mass., and Rev. Jacob Ide, of Medway, at Franklin. American of April 18, 1815.
EMERSON
  • James B., of Providence, and Lydia P. Parker, of and at South Reading. American of Sept. 11, 1821.
  • John and Abigail Ball, both of and at Seekonk. American of March 14, 1823.
  • George B. and Olivia Buckminster, at Cambridge, by President Kirkland, May 20, 1824.
  • Andrew L., Esq., and Mary J.G. Clapp, daughter of Hon. Asa, at Portland, Me. American of Aug. 26, 1825.
  • John F., master at the High School, New Bedford, and Grace F. Doubleday, at Watertown, Mass. American of Sept. 2, 1828.
  • Rev. Ralph Waldo, of Boston, and Ellen L. Tucker, of and at Concord. N.H. American of Oct. 6, 1829.
  • Catharine and Samuel Anderson, at Boston. American of Dec. 4, 1829.
EMMONS
  • Daphne S., daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and Robert McCloud, editor of the Missourian, at St. Charles, Mo. American of Aug. 28, 1821.
  • Williams, Esq., of Augusta, Me., and Lucy Vaughan, daughter of Benjamin, of and at Hallowell, Me. American of Sept. 30, 1823.
  • Rev. Francis W., of Eastport, Me., and Mary A. H. Leonard, of and at Sturbridge, Aug. 21, 1829.
ENDICOTT
  • Martha, daughter of Samuel, and Col. Francis Peabody, at Salem. American of July 11, 1823.
ENGLISH
  • James and Lucy Francis, both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. American of April 20, 1824.
ENNIS
  • William, Esq., of Newport, and Avis Paine, of and at Freetown, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, Aug. 10, 1817.
  • Mary and Henry Clafflin, both of Pawtucket, at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Sept. 14, 1826.
ENNES
  • Harriet and George Tyler, at Boston. American of March 25, 1831.
ENNIS
  • William, Esq., and Eliza Ann Whiteborne, at Newport. American of April 17, 1832.
ENTWISTLE
  • James and Mrs. Mary Ann Mason, both of the Theatre, at Washington, D.C. American of July 21, 1815.
EPPES
  • John W. and Polly Jefferson, daughter of Hon. Thomas, Vice President of U.S. American of June 4, 1816.
EPPS
  • Nancy and Ebenezer Stone, at Salem. American of March 19, 1830.
EPPINGER
  • James, Esq., of Savannah, Ga., and Juliana Throp, daughter of Col. William, late of Bristol, at New York, by Rev. Mr. Stafford, May 1, 1820.
ERNEST
  • Mrs. Christina and James McAllister, of New Alexandria. She is a widow of 4 months and 27 days, and has been married twice within 8 months, by Rev. Mr. Steck, March 24, 1831.
ERPELL
  • Henry Conrad, of Germany, and Susan Leonard, of and at Middleboro. American of Nov. 29, 1825.
ERWIN
  • James, Esq., of Cahawba, Ala., and Ann Brown Clay, second daughter of Hon. Henry, in Kentucky. American of Nov. 14, 1823.
ESCHENBURG
  • John, Esq., of Germany, merchant, and Eliza Rodney, second daughter of late Ceazer A., Esq , at Buenos Ayres. June 2, 1824.
ESDELL
  • James, of New Jersey, and Ruth Spellman, of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 5, 1812.
ESLEECK
  • Lydia and James Salisbury, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 15, 1814.
ESSEX
  • Thomas, of Warwick, and Betsey Hatch, of and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, May 15, 1820.
  • Thomas and Waitey Tindell, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Oct. 16, 1820.
  • Joseph and Abigail S. Smith, daughter of Rev. Jonathan, at Coventry. American of Nov. 30, 1826.
ESTES
  • Sarah, daughter of Elisha, of Tiverton, and Christopher Lake, of Portsmouth, at Tiverton, March 17, 1825.
  • Capt. Godfrey and Polly Durfee, at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Gale, Nov. 10, 1829.
ETCHELL
  • Peter and Harty Tanner, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, March 5, 1829.
EUSTIS
  • Capt. Abraham, of Boston, U.S. Army, and Rebecca Sprague, of and at Dedham. American of July 18, 1809.
  • Col. E---- ----, U.S. Army, and Patience W.B. Izard, at Charleston, S.C. American of June 3, 1823.
  • Charles L., of Dixfield, Me., and Sarah B. Williams, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, May 24, 1829.
EVANS
  • Lydiana, daughter of Dr. ---- ----, and William Miller, Governor of North Carolina, at Oatlands, Va. American of July 9, 1816.
  • Henry F., of U.S. Regt. of L. Art., and Elizabeth W. Page, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Jan. 27, 1820.
  • Dutee and Ruth Owen, daughter of Thomas, both of and at Glocester. Amenican of March 2, 1821.
  • Celinda, daughter of Anan, of Glocester, and Olney Barnes, of Smithfield, at Glocester. American of March 19, 1822.
  • Jehu and Amey Thornton, daughter of William, of and at Johnston. American of Jan. 7, 1823.
  • Abigail of South Reading, and Peter Temple, of Providence, at South Reading. Oct. 21, 1823.
  • Rowland and Abby O. Barney, daughter of late Cromwell, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes. American of April 17, 1827.
  • Harriet, of Smithfield, and Thomas Campbell, of Providence, at Smithfield, June 7, 1829.
  • Erastus and Mrs. Naomi Learned, both of Oxford, at Worcester. American of Aug. 28, 1829.
  • Caroline and Alfred Huse, of Newburyport, at Portsmouth. American of May 14, 1830.
  • David T. and Eliza A. Gray, at Salem. American of Feb. 4, 1831.
  • Rebecca P., daughter of Hon. Ira P., of Glocester, and Elisha M. Aldrich, of Scituate, at Chepachet, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 17, 1831.
EVEREST
  • S.K., of New York, and Sarah Holmes Goff, late of Boston, at New York, by Rev. Mr. Ware, May 12, 1831.
EVERETT
  • Amherst, merchant, and Penelope Howland, daughter of John, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 19, 1813.
  • Sarah P., daughter of the late Oliver, Esq., and Nathan Hale, Esq., editor of the Daily Advertiser and Weekly Messenger, at Boston. American of Sept. 10, 1816.
  • Richard and Louisa Tingley, both of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 4, 1820.
  • William, of Attleboro, and Mrs. Huldah Ellis, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 28, 1821.
  • Prof. Edward, of Harvard University, and Charlotte Gray Brooks, daughter of Hon. Peter C., both of and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Frothingham. American of May 10, 1822.
  • William, Jr., of Attleboro, and Esther C. Peabody, of and at Hampden, Me. American of Oct. 24, 1823.
  • Louisa and Alfred Barrows, both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Kellum, Nov. 2, 1826.
  • Otis, Esq., and Lucretia Gore, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Peirpoint. American of Feb. 6, 1829.
  • John F., of Attleboro, and Mary Ann Hazard, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Feb. 15, 1829.
  • Eunice, at New London, Ct., and Dr. Joseph Andrews, of Roxbury. American of Sept. 1, 1829.
  • Dr. Oliver and Maria Sanger, at Sherburne. American of Nov. 26, 1829.
  • Horace, of Dunbar, N.H., and Julia A.S. Dodd, at Princeton. American of Jan. 26, 1830.
  • Aaron and Nancy Hill, at Boston. American of May 4, 1830.
  • David, of New Ipswich, and Mrs. Catharine Snell, at Boston. American of Aug. 10, 1830.
EWELL
  • Cordelia Ball, eldest daughter of Dr. James, of Washington, and Eliab Kingman, late of Providence, at Washington, by Rev. Dr. McCormick, Dec. 9, 1828.
EWING
  • Rachel, second daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., President State Bank, of Indiana, and Daniel Jenckes. Esq., late of Providence, at Vincennes, Ind., by Rev. Samuel T. Scott, May 2, 1820.
EWINGER
  • Elizabeth and Henry Learmed, Jr., at Boston. American of April 20, 1830.
FADER
  • Sarah P. and Levi Goodwin, of Hallowell, at Boston. American of Dec. 4, 1829.
FAIRHANK
  • Willard, of New York, and Elizabeth S. Wilmarth, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Oct. 1, 1826.
FAIRBANKS
  • George, of Sudbury, Mass., and Susan Smith, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Nov. 15, 1819.
  • James, Jr., and Nancy D. Sweetland, of Attleboro. American of July 20, 1821.
  • Asa, of Franklin, Mass., and Anna Talbot Richmond, daughter of William, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. American of Oct. 4, 1825.
  • Archibald, of Lancaster, Mass., and Mary Ann Hayford, daughter of Daniel, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes. American of May 29, 1829.
FAIRBROTHER
  • Betsey and James Lonsdale, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 2, 1828.
FAIRMAN
  • Octavia and William B. Hart, M.D., of Colrain, at Norwich. American of Aug. 10, 1830.
FAISNEAU
  • Catharine, daughter of E.P., and Nathaniel Richmond, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules. American of Sept. 7, 1830.
FALES
  • William and Harriet Sisson, all of and at Bristol, by Bishop Griswold, March 21, 1811.
  • Peter, of Attleboro, and Judith Cole, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. American of Feb. 21, 1815.
  • Lydia S. and Capt. Zachariah French, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold. American of Feb. 20, 1816.
  • Major Samuel Cooke and Sarah West, daughter of John, Esq., at Taunton, Oct. 29, 1816.
  • Harriet L., daughter of Hon. Samuel, and James Hodges, Esq., at Taunton, Mass. American of Dec. 30, 1817.
  • Nancy and Jeremiah Bosworth, merchant, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, May 3, 1818.
  • Abigail, of Wrentham, Mass., and Rev. Josephus Wheaton, of Holliston, at Wrentham. American of Sept. 22, 1818.
  • Susan Helen, of Wrentham, and Henry Fiske, of Boston, merchant, at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, April 8, 1822.
  • Henry D.W. and Abigail Diman, at Bristol. American of July 9, 1822.
  • Azuba B., of Wrentham, and George A. Tufts, Esq, Attorney at Law, of Dudley, Mass., at Wrentham. American of Oct. 4, 1822.
  • Achsah Miller and Asa Bates, at Attleboro. American of Jan. 17, 1823.
  • Augusta, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and Andrew Dunlap, Esq., at Boston. American of Sept. 28, 1824.
  • Frances M., daughter of late Hon. Samuel, of Taunton, and Swann L. Pomroy, at Newport. Dec. 21, 1824.
  • Betsey Paine, of Bristol, and Comfort Paine, of Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Nov. 9, 1825.
  • Sarah, and Charles Richmond, Esq., at Taunton. American of March 7, 1826.
  • Nathaniel, 3d, and Martha Peck, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, May 7, 1826.
  • Dr. Joseph J., of Newport, and Martha Ferry, of and at Boston, April 2, 1828.
FALES
  • Harriet and William Munro, both of Bristol, at Camerioca, Cuba, Dec. 1, 1829.
  • William, of Bristol, R.I., and Martha B. Wilson, of Windham, Ct., at Camerioca, Cuba, Dec. 1, 1829.
  • Elizabeth S., daughter of James, of Newport, and Richard F. Parisen, of New York, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Puffer, April 4, 1830.
FALLENSBEE
  • Sarah Ann and John H. Stephens, Jr., at Boston. American of Dec. 18, 1829.
FANNING
  • Joseph C. and Eliza P. Woodcock, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Feb. 21, 1830.
  • John and Sarah Oliver, at Boston. American of June 11, 1830.
FARGO
  • Betsey and William Prince, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Sept. 14, 1820.
FARKES
  • Mrs. Sally, of North Providence, and Winsor Merethew, of and at Huntsville, N.Y. American of June 25, 1824.
FARLAND
  • William M., Jr., and Sarah Moore, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 10, 1815.
FARLEY
  • Harriet, daughter of Robert, Esq., of Ipswich, Mass., and John W. Treadwell, Esq., of Salem. at Ipswich. American of Oct. 26, 1819.
  • Hannah M. and Milton Hall, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, May 30, 1827.
  • Rev. Frederick A., pastor of Second Unitarian Church, Providence, and Jane Carter Sijourney, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Channing, May 27, 1830.
  • Martha J., daughter of James, and Capt. Thomas L. Steavens, at Milton. N.C., by Rev. Mr. Penick. The Captain died that day; was in the best of health apparently, July 26, 1832.
FARMER
  • Harriet and Samuel H. Sumner, at Boston. American of Aug. 3, 1830.
  • Capt. Thomas and Sarah W. Grieve, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 25, 1812.
FARNEY
  • Hon. Daniel M., M.C., and Harriet Brevard, in North Carolina. American of Nov. 25, 1817.
FARNHAM
  • William H. and Emeline Dunn, at Boston. American of Jan. 15, 1830.
FARNSWORTH
  • Rev. Benjamin F., preceptor of Bridgewater Academy, and Maria C. Ripley, at Boston. American of Aug. 14, 1821.
  • Lucretia and James Ware, at Wrentham. American of July 29, 1831.
FARNUM
  • Zelinda and Capt. George Weeden, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 31, 1809.
  • John and Lydia Mathewson, both of and at Smithfield. American of Aug. 25, 1812.
FARNUM
  • Elder Douglass, of Woodstock. Vt., and Susan Lindenberg, daughter of John, in this town, by Elder John P. Jones, March 2, 1813.
  • Amanda and Benjamin Wescott, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. June 5, 1815.
  • Rufus and Mrs Presalla Langley, both of Boston, in this town. American of June 13, 1815.
  • Mary Ann H., of Providence, and George Collins, of Cranston, at Savannah, Ga., Nov. 27, 1817.
  • Ruth, daughter of Stephen, and Daniel Mowry, 3d, at Smithfield, Dec. 6, 1818.
  • Capt. Zebediah and Mrs. Lucinda Miller, at Attleboro, by Stephen Nelson. American of Dec. 18, 1818.
  • Charles A. and Experience A. Bannister, at Smithfield. American of Nov. 27, 1821.
  • Susan, youngest daughter of Stephen, of Smithfield, and Capt. Ephraim Whipple, of North Providence, at Smithfield. American of June 18, 1822.
  • Daniel and Asha Angell, daughter of Thomas, at Smithfield. American of Jan. 3, 1823.
  • Solomon, of Conway. Vt., and Ruth G. Dean, of and at Taunton. American of Nov. 20, 1823.
  • Elizabeth Louisa and Edward Padelford, at Savannah, Ga. American of Dec. 2, 1823.
  • Alice, of Pawtucket, and John Douglass, of Mendon, at Pawtucket. American of Dec. 30, 1823.
  • Erastus, formerly of Boston, and Elizabeth Ann Battey, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. July 16, 1827.
  • Col. Winsor, of Smithfield, and Hermoine G. Taylor, of and at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Dane, Nov. 20, 1828.
  • Welcome, of Smithfield, and Martha B. Tallman, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, April 19, 1829.
  • Enock, of Boston, and Matilda Myers, at New York. American of April 1, 1831.
FARQUHAR
  • Maria, daughter of Mr. Jephson, and James F. Swift, U.S. Civil Engineer, at New York. American of Jan. 15, 1830.
FAERRAR
  • John, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in Harvard University, and Eliza Rotch, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., of London, at New Bedford. American of Oct. 17, 1828.
FARRAR
  • Ruth and Minot T. Lane, at Boston. American of Dec. 1, 1829.
FARRIER
  • Capt. William and Lucy Healey, both of this town, May 20, 1811.
  • Arthur and Deborah L. Simmons, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, July 14, 1822.
FARRINGTON
  • Ann and David Metcalf, at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, Oct. 20, 1816.
FARRIS
  • Samuel and Deborah Madison, both of Valley Falls, Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. American of Dec. 19, 1823.
FAULKNER
  • Peirce A. and Ann Peirce, at Portsmouth. American of Dec. 18, 1827.
FAXON
  • Lucy, of North Providence, and Leonard Sweet, of Providence, at North Providence. American of April 5, 1822.
FAY
  • Dorcas C. eldest daughter of Winsor, Esq., and Capt. Nathan P. Smith, of Salem, at Boston. American of Dec. 4, 1829.
  • Louisa, daughter of Silas, of Princeton, Mass., and William J. Tyler, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 27, 1830.
  • Mrs. Hannah and Archibald Harwood, at Boston. American of March 1, 1831.
FEARING
  • Major Martin and Abigail Martin, daughter of Hon. Simeon, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. American of Jan. 22, 1811.
  • Salome, eldest daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and Nathaniel Shiverick, of Falmouth, at Wareham, Mass., Aug. 8, 1811. Dorcas, of Wareham, Mass., and Dr. Eliphalet W. Hervey, at Wareham. American of Sept. 6, 1825.
  • Dr. Joseph Warren and Rebecca B. Ames, daughter of Asa, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 19, 1828.
  • Andrew, of Boston, merchant, and Aldiborontiphoscopharnio Bowen. of and at Fall River, April 19, 1829.
  • William S., of New York, merchant, and Sarah P. Burrell, youngest daughter of late Hon. James, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 16, 1829.
FELCH
  • Capt. Oliver and Susan Finney, by Rev. Mr. Wight, at Bristol, American of June 28, 1811.
FELL
  • Frederick S., editor Savannah Republican, and Harriet Nesler. American of Dec. 15, 1820.
FELLOWS
  • Mary and Christopher Gardiner, at South Kingstown. American of Jan. 30, 1821.
  • Nathaniel, Esq., of Cuba, and Lucy Lambert, of William, Esq., at Roxbury. American of Oct. 18, 1825.
FELT
  • Johnson, of Salem, and Eleanor Maria Brown, daughter of Capt. William, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell. American of March 30, 1830.
FELTON
  • Mrs. Lydia. aged 41, and William Holyoke, 24, at Marlboro, after a six weeks' courtship; married by Rev. Mr. Alden. American of Oct. 2, 1829.
FENLEY
  • Caroline H. and Joseph J. McClennen, both of and at Boston. March 13, 1831.
FENNER
  • Mary M., daughter of Col. Richard, of Cranston, and Cyrus Potter, of this town, at Cranston, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 1, 1809.
  • Daniel, of Coventry, and Eliza Peckham, daughter of Peter, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Aug. 4, 1811.
  • Elhanan W. and Julia Ann White, both of Taunton, March 7, 1813.
  • Olive, daughter of Stephen, of Cranston, and Ashbel Martin, of this town, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, April 28, 1814.
  • Tabitha, daughter of the late James, and Israel G. Manchester, both of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone, Dec. 1, 1816.
  • Thomas, Jr., and Abby W. Henry, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2, 1817.
  • Amey B., daughter of John, of Cranston, and Jarvis E. Gladding, of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 28, 1818.
  • Henry, Esq., of Johnston, and Amey Earle, of Providence, by Jeremiah B. Howell, Esq., Nov. 12, 1818.
  • James A., of Foster, and Sarah Bowen, daughter of Nathan, of and at Coventry. American of Feb. 1, 1820.
  • Fanny, second daughter of James, and Charles Waterman, Jr., both of and at Johnston. American of Feb. 29, 1820.
  • Sarah, daughter of Hon. James, and Edward J. Mallett, Esq., of Fayetteville, N.C., by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 11, 1820.
  • Daniel, of Providence, and Ruth Lawton, of Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of Jan. 16, 1821.
  • Thomas B. and Avis Eliza Hitchcock, daughter of Jonathan P., at Providence. American of Oct. 5, 1821.
  • John S., of Foster, and Phebe Harris. of Scituate, daughter of late Dr. Harding, of Johnston. American of Oct. 30, 1821.
FENNER
  • Amey, of Johnston, and Peleg Fiske, of Providence, at Cranston. American of June 18, 1822.
  • Mrs. Waitstill Ann and Edward Fiitz Gerald, both of and at Johnston. American of Dec. 27, 1822.
  • Harriet E., youngest daughter of Capt. Arthur, and Seth Adams, Jr., both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 26, 1823.
  • Sarah, daughter of Capt. Arthur, of Providence, 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. American of April 20, 1824.
  • Thomas and Mrs. Mary Craft, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Oct. 3, 1824.
  • Martha and David Pettey, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. American of April 15, 1825.
  • Thomas, of Scituate, and Mary Thayer, of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 26, 1825.
  • Phebe, eldest daughter of Obadiah, of Foster, and Jonas Titus, Esq., of Scituate, at Foster. American of Sept. 20, 1825.
  • Theodore D. and Mary Maynard, both of and at Providence. American of Feb. 27, 1827.
  • Ann and James Y. Slocum, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, March 7, 1828.
  • Almira T., eldest daughter of the Governor, and Samuel Dexter, Esq., both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Esq., July 31, 1828.
  • Henry and Almy G. Potter, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 25, 1828.
  • Richard M., of Providence, and Sophrenia Foster, of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 12, 1828.
  • Ann Eliza, of Providence, and John Carnes, of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Nov. 27, 1828.
FENNO
  • William D. and Frances Rounds, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, May 4, 1822.
  • Abigail and Edward Spear, at Boston. American of Sept. 10, 1830.
FERDINAND III
  • Grand Duke or Tuskany, and brother of the Emperor of Austria, and Princess Maria Ferdinanda Amelia Xaierf of Saxony; he is 52, she is 25; at Florence, Italy. American of July 6, 1821.
FERGUSON
  • John, Jr., and Margaret S. Eddy, youngest daughter of William, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Park, April 28, 1819.
FERN
  • Nabby, 25, and "Uncle" Nehemiah Bassett, 68, at Lynn. Mass. American of Dec. 15, 1815.
FERNOLD
  • Luke and Betsey Stevens, at Boston. American of July 2, 1830.
FERRELL
  • Ebenezer, Jr., and Sylvia Haskins, daughter of William, at New Bedford, by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 19, 1831.
FERREN
  • Lydia and William Poore, Jr., at Haverhill. American of Aug. 3, 1830.
FERRIS
  • Dr. Peter W. and Mrs. Sarah A. Brown, both of and at Providence, Nov. 8, 1829.
  • Letitia, daughter of Joshua, Esq., of Greenwich, Ct., and James Skelding, of New York, merchant, at Greenwich, Dec. 1, 1828.
FESSENDEN
  • Rev. Benjamin, of East Bridgewater, Mass., and Mary Wilkinson, daughter of Isaac, at Pawtucket. American of Dec. 18, 1821.
  • William H., of Sandwich, and Lydia H. Russell, daughter of William, Jr., at New Bedford. American of Nov. 29, 1825.
  • William and Rachel Bowen, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 1, 1827.
  • Harriet and George French, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Greene. American of Dec. 15, 1829.
FIELD
  • Catharine, daughter of Lemuel, and James Williams, all of this town, Nov. 19, 1810.
  • Lemuel, Jr., and Mary Harding, daughter of Walker, all of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, June 20, 1811.
  • Mrs. Hannah and Col. James Burr, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 8, 1811.
  • Abigail W., daughter of the late John, and Philip Potter, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 24, 1812.
  • Jeremiah, of Scituate, and Florinda Manchester, of Johnston, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone, March 7, 1813.
  • Mary, daughter of the late George, and John C. Updike, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Aug. 1, 1813.
  • Benjamin and Sabra Fiske, both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Oct. 31, 1818.
  • Capt. Richard M., of this town, and Caroline Snow, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., of and at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Mitchell, Oct, 2, 1816.
  • Isaac, merchant, and Sarah Ann Walcott, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 7, 1816.
  • Hannah C., and Jared Curtis, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 17, 1816.
  • John Albert and Deborah Ann Burr, daughter of Col. James, both of and at Providence, at First Congregational Church, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 20, 1817.
  • Sarah, daughter of Capt. David, and Griffin Child, merchant, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 22, 1818.
  • Almira and Lymon Day, both of and at Killingly, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Day, Sept. 4, 1818.
  • Stephen G., formerly of this town, and Harriet Wallace, daughter of Capt. David, of and at Hyde Co., N.C. American of Dec. 11, 1818.
  • William, 2nd, and Lydia Warner, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Dec. 18, 1818.
  • Joseph and Phebe Wallen, eldest daughter of the late Capt. Jonathan, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 7, 1819.
  • Joanna, eldest daughter of Capt. John, and Samuel M. Taber, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 6, 1820.
  • Sophia, daughter of the late John, and John Wallen, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 9, 1820.
  • William G., formerly of Boston, and Eliza B. Norris, of and at Bristol. American of June 2, 1820.
  • William and Lucy Lafavor, both of North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 7, 1821.
  • Rebecca, daughter of Joseph, and Isaac Peckham, at Providence. American of Oct. 30, 1821.
  • Barnum, of Boston, and Frances Eliza Field, eldest daughter of Richard M., Esq., Nov. 7, 1821.
  • Frances Eliza, eldest daughter of Richard M., Esq., and Barnum Field, of Boston, Nov. 7, 1821.
  • Almira, daughter of the late Capt. John, and John Miller, one of the publishers of the Manufacturer's and Farmer's Journal, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1822.
  • Edward and Eliza Jepson, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 11, 1822.
  • Barney and Lucinda Preshae, both of and at Taunton. American of Sept. 13, 1822.
  • Sarah and Da---- Jackins, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, March 11, 1824.
  • Eliza Jeannette, daughter of Joseph, of Providence, and Hambleton Warring, of Edenton, N.C., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, March 25, 1824.
  • Horatio and Content Wilbur, both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, Dec. 26, 1824.
  • Oliver, of Providence, and Sarah H. Taber, daughter of Joseph, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 31, 1825.
  • Seth and Patience Bowen, at Taunton. American of Sept. 29, 1826.
  • Sarah Ann 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 Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 1827.
  • Maria M. and Caleb B. Snow, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Oct. 31, 1827.
  • Mary Ann and Isaac Gifford, formerly of Little Compton, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 17, 1828.
  • Eliza and Henry Martin, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, July 3, 1828.
  • Orphelia E. and Holden Budlong, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Jan. 8, 1829.
  • Mehitable and Joshua Smith, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, Feb. 8, 1829.
  • Lucy Lang and Alfred Greenleaf, at Salem. American of Dec. 3, 1830.
  • Ann E. G. and Benjamin T. Stephens, at Taunton. American of April 27 and 29, 1831.
  • Roswell M., of Fayettvllle, and Mary Almira Phelps, of Windsor, at Putney, Vt., Dec. 17, 1332.
FIELDS
  • Lucinda, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, of Taunton, and Horatio Lincoln, at Taunton. American of April 11, 1823.
FIFIELD
  • Elder ---- ----, and Celia Knight, at Providence, at the Methodist Chapel, March 5, 1820.
FILLMORE
  • Lucius, of Providence, and Lydia Snell, of and at Seekonk. American of May 1, 1821.
  • Ruby, daughter of Rev. Amaziah, and David Avery, Jr., of Windham, at Franklin, Ct. American of Feb. 3, 1824.
FINDLEY
  • Jane, daughter of Gov. William, and Francis R. Spunk, Esq., clerk, House of Representatives, Penn., at Harrisburg, Penn. American of Dec. 26, 1820.
FINN
  • Henry Janes, manager of the theatres, and Elizabeth Powell, second daughter of late Snelling, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardiner, Sept. 14, 1826.
FINNEY
  • Ruth T. and Elkanah French, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Edes. American of June 28, 1811.
  • Susan and Capt. Oliver Felch, by Rev. Mr. Wight, at Bristol. American of June 28, 1811.
FISH
  • Preserved, Jr., and Ruth Brownell, daughter of Joseph, both of and at Portsmouth. by Rev. Mr. Gibson. American of July 5, 1814.
  • Abby, daughter of Isaac, of Portsmouth, and William T. Wilson, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Dec. 24, 1820.
  • Fanny and Milton Read, both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, June 22, 1823.
  • Barzillai and Mary Ann Freeborn, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. American of May 25, 1824.
  • Robert and Rachal Manchester, both of and at Tiverton. American of Feb. 4, 1825.
  • Eliza, daughter of Joseph, and Henry Lawton, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. American of Sept. 27, 1825.
  • Joseph B. and Sarah Anthony, daughter of William, both of Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Jan. 5, 1826.
  • William and Mary Ann Clarke, both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, April 5, 1827.
  • William and Mary Ann Clarke, both of and at Pawtucket, April 12, 1827.
  • Eliza Ann, daughter of Caleb, and Lorenzo Moore, late of Vermont, both of Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey. Oct. 17, 1827.
  • John and Francis Barker, both of and at Portsmouth, by S---- Clarke, Esq., July 29, 1828.
  • Sarah L. and Bennett J. Munroe, at Bristol, Sept. 23, 1828.
  • Daniel and Sophronia Tobey, both of Central Falls, Dec. 1, 1828.
  • Hannah and Owen Drake, at East Winsor, Ct. American of Jan. 1, 1830.
  • Henry H. and Eliza Ann Glazier, daughter of Dr. Amory, both of and at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Feb. 17, 1830.
  • Sarah, daughter of George, and Joseph B. Corey, at Portsmouth. American of Aug. 13, 1830.
FISHER
  • Herman C., of this town, and Abby Greene, at Warwick, May 1, 1810.
  • John W., of Island of St. Croix, and Mary Whiting, of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 18, 1811. Lydia and George Arnold, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, June 15, 1812.
  • Abijah, of New York, and Matilda Bertody, of Leicester, Mass. American of Sept. 7, 1813.
  • Benjamin. merchant, and Ann Cheney, of Newport, at Boston. American of Nov. 23, 1813.
  • David Anson, merchant, of Wrentham, and Sarah Ann Comstock, eldest daughter of Dr. Ezekiel, of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 25, 1815.
  • Elizabeth, daughter of E----, Esq., of Danville, Ky., and Peter Southward, formerly of Newport, at Washington, Miss. American of Dec. 28, 1819.
  • Elias and Frances Wyman, at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske. American of Feb. 18, 1820.
  • George C. and Harriet Cady, daughter of the late Jonathan, both of and at Killingly, Ct. American of April 28, 1820.
  • Samuel P. and Charlotte Blackington, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Nelson, June 28, 1820.
  • James and Amanda Potter, eldest daughter of Capt. Job, both of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. 16, 1821.
  • Redwood, of Philadelphia, and Rebecca W. Welles, eldest daughter of Gideon Hill Welles, at Friends' Meeting, Trenton, N.J. American of Dec. 25, 1821.
  • Mrs. Susannah and Thomas Lawrence, both of and at Providence. American of Nov. 29, 1822.
  • Freeman, of Falmouth, Mass., and Catharine Brown, daughter of Elisha, of and at North Providence. American of Jan. 7, 1823.
  • George and Ann Eliza Chaffee, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, July 28, 1823.
  • Lois B., daughter of late Nathaniel, of Attleboro, and Joseph Maxey, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Aug. 31, 1823.
  • Marvin W. and Harriet Braid, at St. Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Dec. 25, 1823.
  • Mary, of Providence, and Seth Swain, of Nantucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, Nov. 29, 1825.
  • William and Harriet Linnell, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Dec. 24, 1826.
  • Ann and Abner Goldsmith, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 30, 1827.
  • Schuyler and Mary Rawson, both of Smithfield, at Cumberland. American of Feb. 29, 1828.
  • Betsey, of Wrentham, and William Marshal of Providence, merchant, at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, May 30, 1828.
  • David and Louisa Remington, at Wrentham. American of Oct. 17, 1828.
  • Thomas R. and Judeth Willison, both of Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 22, 1828.
  • Betsey and Moses W. Oliver, at Athol, Mass. American of Oct. 20, 1829.
  • Philander W., of Providence, and Abby F. Benchley, of North Providence, at Pawtucket, Aug. 17, 1831.
  • Elias and Judith B. Sherman, both of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Oct. 30, 1831.
  • Harriet and Job L. Pratt, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, April 25, 1832.
  • Harriet and Jan L. Pratt, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, April 25, 1832.
  • Hannah, of North Providence, and Peter Cooke, of Milford, Mass., at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Washburn. American of July 27, 1832.
FISKE
  • Harriet, daughter of Dr. Caleb, and Uriel Rea, of this town, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Walcott, March 26, 1809.
  • Marrietta, daughter of Isaac, Esq., of Johnston, and Dr. Peleg Clarke, at Johnston, April 23, 1809.
  • Mary and George F. Thorp, both of this town, at Rehoboth, July 15, 1811.
  • Mary, youngest daughter of Dr. Caleb, and James LeBaron, of Bristol, merchant, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 5, 1811.
  • Sophia, daughter of Peleg, Esq., and Jeremiah Sheldon, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, Sept. 2, 1812.
  • Josiah J., Esq., and Jerusha Norton, of and at Wrentham. May 5, 1813.
  • Harriet and James Cowen, both of this town. American of Oct. 1, 1813.
  • Maria D. and William Henry, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of June 21, 1814.
  • Sarah and Rev. Martin Moore, at Natick, Mass. American of Aug. 5, 1814.
  • Sabra and Benjamin Field, both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Oct. 31, 1815.
  • Nathan, of Northboro, Mass., and Sally Ann Arnold, eldest daughter of Joseph, Esq., of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, March 25, 1816.
  • Philip, Esq., of Scituate, and Eliza A. Taylor, daughter of the late William, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 7, 1817.
  • Mrs. Margaret K., second daughter of late Col. Stephen Sheldon, and Israel G. Manchester, Esq., at Scituate. American of Dec. 18, 1821.
  • Henry, of Boston, merchant, and Susan Helen Fales, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske, April 8, 1822.
  • Peleg, of Providence, and Amey Fenner, of Johnston, at Cranston. American of June 18, 1822.
  • Samuel and Sally Kent, daughter of George, both of Johnston, at Cranston American of Aug. 20, 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. James Wilson, Sept. 18, 1823.
  • James, of Ellsworth, Me., and Mehitable Snow, of and at Providence. American of Feb. 22, 1825.
  • Sarah Duncan, daughter of Hon. Caleb, and Otis Peirce, at Worcester. American of April 15, 1825.
  • Amos, of Providence, and Sarah Waterman, of and at Coventry, by Rev. Charles Stone, Feb. 26, 1826.
  • Elisha and Olive Angell, at Scituate, March 15, 1827.
  • Philip, of Providence, and Caroline Briggs, daughter of Daniel, formerly of Dighton, at Coventry. American of June 8, 1827.
  • Peleg, of Providence, and Caroline A. Greene, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, June 21, 1827.
  • Lydia A., of Providence, and Samuel Langley, of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, April 28, 1828.
  • Mary S., of Providence, and Cyrus R. Benedict, of Utica, N.Y., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans. April 28, 1828.
  • Mrs. Hannah G. and Samuel Blake, of Boston, at Dorchester. American of Dec. 3, 1830.
  • Ellen J., of Thompson, Ct., and Simeon Bailey, of New Bedford, merchant, at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. Dow, April 18, 1831.
FITCH
  • Lucy, 16, daughter of the late Ebenezer, D.D., President of William College, and Ezekiel Fulson, 13, at Ontario Co., N.Y. American of July 18, 1817.
FITTS
  • Almira and Joel Whitaker, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Dec. 23, 1827.
FIT
  • Rev. Henry, of Newton, and Angeline A. Jenckes, eldest daughter of Dr. Nicholas, at Southbridge. American of Sept. 18, 1829.
  • Rev. Harvey, pastor elect of Waterville Baptist Church, and Angelina A. Jenckes, daughter of Dr. Jenckes, at Southbridge. American of Oct. 16, 1829.
FITZGERALD
  • Edward and Mrs. Waitestill Ann Fenner, both of and at Johnston. American of Dec. 27, 1822.
FITZPATRICK
  • Ann H., of Savannah, Ga., and Samuel Macomber, of this town, at Savannah, Feb. 5, 1812.
FLAGG
  • Elisha and Sally Chamberlain, daughter of William, at Worcester. American of May 6, 1817.
  • Ebenezer and Margaret P. Belin, both of Charleston, S.C., at Cambridge, Mass. American of Aug. 1, 1817.
  • Dr. J.F., of Uxbridge, and Mary Waite, daughter of T.B., of and at Boston. American of Oct. 27, 1818.
  • Rebecca J. and George W. Brooks, both of and at Worcester, March 7, 1826.
  • Sarah S. and William H. Mann, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 23, 1827.
  • Dr. John F.R. and Mary H. Jackson, daughter of Hon. Richard, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 3, 1827.
  • Susan and Willard Amsden, both of and at Southboro, by Rev. Mr. Parker. American of Aug. 8, 1828.
FLAHAULT
  • Count, Aide de Camp to Napoleon at Waterloo, and Margaret M. Eiphinstone, daughter of Lord Keith. American of Sept 2, 1817.
FLAHERTY
  • Sarah and Daniel Taylor, both of Boston, in this town, April 17, 1813.
FLATFORD
  • William, Esq., soldier of the Revolution, aged 85, and Chloe Allen, aged 45, at Summerfield, Va. American of Sept. 10, 1830.
FLEETWOOD
  • Thomas and Mary B. Palmer, at Tiverton. American of Sept. 20, 1831.
FLEMING
  • J.W.C.and Mary R. Rotch, daughter of William, Jr., Esq., at New Bedford, Aug. 1, 1823.
FLEMMING
  • Sally Ann and Levi Millard, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of March 15, 1816.
FLETCHER
  • Adolphus and Sarah Stowe, at Worcester. American of June 9, 1818.
  • Thomas, Jr., and Charlotte Everett Clarke, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 7, 1820.
  • Mary, of Pawtucket, and Solomon Rogers, of Smithfield, at Pawtucket. American of June 28, 1822.
  • Mary, eldest daughter of late Thomas, and Joseph Briggs, of Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Oct. 9, 1826.
  • Mary E. and Galen T. Porter, at Boston American of Sept. 22, 1829.
  • Amos, of Providence, and Charlotte Cooper, of and at Pawtucket, Oct 4, 1829.
  • Jane Boardman, third daughter of late Thomas, and Augustus Arnold, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 22, 1829.
  • Matilda and Asa Alexander Woolley, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. May 17, 1830.
  • Samuel and Elizabeth Corey, at Groton, Ct. American of Dec. 21, 1830.
  • Juliet, youngest daughter of late Thomas, and Greene Clapp, both of and at Providence, by. Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 8, 1831.
FLORENCE
  • Paul and Lydia Brown, daughter of John, of this town, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. White, April 22, 1811.
FOBES
  • Sybel, of Bridgewater, and Joshua Padelford, Jr., of Taunton, at Middleboro. American of March 4, 1825.
FOGG
  • Francis B., Esq., Attorney at Law, formerly of Newport, and Mary Rutledge, daughter of Major Henry M., of and at Nashville, Tenn. American of Nov. 11, 1823.
  • Susan and Capt. John Quiner, at Marblehead. American of April 16, 1830.
FOLGAR
  • Sarah and Lieut. J---- ----, Prescott, U.S. Army, at Nantucket. American of Feb. 2, 1830.
FOLGER
  • Eliza and George Demandoes, at Nantucket. American of May 27, 1831.
FOLKER
  • Rev. P.H., and Anna Isabella Bay, both of and at Columbia, S.C. American of Dec. 3, 1822.
FOLLETT
  • William, Esq., and Sally Goff, both of and at Rehoboth. American of Jan. 17, 1809.
  • 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. American of April 3, 1821.
  • Roxanna, of Cumberland, and Virgil Blake, of Wrentham, at Cumberland. American of Oct. 30, 1821.
  • Elice and Adelia A. Arnold, both of and at Cumberland. American of Nov. 12, 1822.
  • Polly, daughter of Luther, and Amos Cooke, Jr., both of and at Cumberland. American of April 11, 1823.
  • Polly and Cyrus Bullock, both of and at Rehoboth. American of June 10, 1823.
  • Lewis, of Cumberland, and Rebecca Mathewson, of Smithfield, youngest daughter of the late Joseph, at Smithfield. American of June 15, 1824.
  • Isaac, of Cumberland, and Ann Eliza Remington, of and at Smithfield. American of July 15, 1825.
  • Eliza and Pliney Lamb, at Hubbardston. American of Aug. 6, 1830.
FOLSOM
  • Charles, librarian of the University, and Susannah Sarah McKean, daughter of late Dr. McKean, at Cambridge. American of Nov. 2, 1824.
  • Thomas, Esq., and Elizabeth Laighton, at Portsmouth. American of Nov. 20. 1829.
FOOT
  • Emily and Rev. Abraham C. Baldwin, at North Haven. American of July 30, 1830.
FORBUSH
  • Mary Ann, of Grafton, Mass., and Leland Bachellor, of Providence, at Grafton, Sept. 3, 1823.
FORD
  • Thomas and Eliza Fuller, daughter of Liscomb. both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of May 10, 1814.
  • James, Esq., attorney at law, and Dorcas Adams, both of and at Fall River. American of Sept. 24, 1824.
  • Patience, of Glocester, and Amos Williams, of Foster, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, at Providence. Jan. 4, 1826.
  • Mary E. and Joseph Burrell, of Hingham, at Weymouth. American of April 27, 1831.
  • Louisa and Edmund Townsend, both of Newport, at Providence, April 12, 1830.
  • Henry, Jr., and Charlotte Barberick, at Boston. American of May 7, 1830.
  • Jane B. and Benjamin W. Adams, at Dorchester. American of May 7, 1830.
  • Susan Elizabeth and Richard Salisbury, of Fall River, at Newport. American of May 20, 1831.
FORMAN
  • Mary and George S. Houston, late President of the Bachelors Society, at Dayton, Ohio. American of Oct. 17, 1815.
FORRESTOLL
  • Eleazer H. and Abigail B. Taft, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 8, 1827.
FORRESTER
  • Eleanor, daughter of Capt. Simon, and Rev. Thomas Carlile, pastor of St. Peter's Church, at Salem, by Rev. Mr. Abbott. American of July 5, 1816.
TORT
  • Peter, of Hartford, Ct., and Celia Deming, daughter of Capt. Morris, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 22, 1825.
FORTH
  • Hannah H., of North Providence, and Bat Hunt, of North Kingstown, at East Greenwich. American of Sept. 10, 1822.
FOSDICK
  • James W., merchant, and Abtail D. Comstock, daughter of the late Dr. Ephraim, both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 2, 1814.
  • Lucretia, daughter of the late Capt. Phillips, of Nantucket, and Peter Buckley, of Saddleworth, Eng., at Belfont, Penn. American of Feb. 17, 1815.
  • Mary, daughter of Capt. Nicoll, of Norwich, Ct., and Thomas Mussey, of Exeter, at Norwich. American of May 30, 1817.
  • James W. and Maria Thurber, daughter of the late Edward, Esq., of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 27, 1818.
FOSS
  • John and Sarah B. Slade, both of and at Smithfield, by Asa Winsor, Esq., Dec. 6, 1829.
  • Olive and Eli Cole, Jr., at Rye, Mass. American of May 28, 1830.
FOSTER
  • Elizabeth and Thomas Perry, cashier of Washington Bank, Westerly, at Hopkinton. American of Nov. 22, 1808.
  • Daniel, of Newburyport, and Charry Tullar, daughter of Rev. Martin, of Royalton, Vt., at Tiverton, R.I., by Rev. Mose Sheperd, May 16, 1811.
  • Peregrime Pinchon and Rebecca Brown, both of Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. American of Dec. 4, 1812.
  • Charles O., merchant, and Sally Pitcher, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 5, 1813.
  • Elizabeth, daughter of Jesse, and Asa Winsor, both of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Nov. 18, 1813.
  • Mrs. Jane Boswell and Luke Bours, late of Newport, merchant, at Charleston, S.C., by Rt. Rev. Bishop Dehon, Feb. 17, 1814.
  • Sophia D., daughter of Hon. Dwight, and Samuel M. Burnside, of Worcester, at Brookfield, Mass. American of Oct. 18, 1816.
  • Samuel, of Hampton, and Lorinda Mather, daughter of Eleazer, of and at Brooklyn, Ct. American of May 9, 1817.
  • Aseneth D., daughter of Ebenezer, and John C. Dodge, both of and at Providence, 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, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown. American of Aug. 8, 1823.
  • John, of Bath, Me., and Ardelia P. Lawton, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Dec. 21, 1823.
  • Col. Charles O., formerly of Providence, and Leonora Hall, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of and at Sparta, Ala. American of June 4, 1824.
  • Benjamin and Sarah Norton, both of and at Newport American of Oct. 19, 1824.
  • Benjamin T., of Providence, and Zeolide W. Brown, of Wrentham, Mass., 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. 17, 1828.
  • Capt. Freeman, of Scituate, Mass., and Eliza Thompson, daughter of late John, Esq., of Providence, at New York. Sept. 19, 1828.
  • Sophronia, of Cranston, and Richard M. Fenner, of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 12, 1828.
  • William, of Charlestown, and Elizabeth Wheeler, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 6, 1829.
  • Almira and Isaac Foster, Jr., both of Boston, at Dorchester. American of Sept. 15, 1829.
  • Isaac, Jr., and Almira Foster, both of Boston, at Dorchester. American of Sept. 15, 1829.
  • Jonas and Mary G. Wilson, at Charlestown, Mass. American of Nov. 6, 1829.
  • Jacob, Jr., and Louisa Webb, daughter of Nathan, Esq., at Charlestown, Mass. American of July 7, 1830.
  • John, 87, and Miss Sally Litchfield, 44, at Boxboro. American of Feb. 4, 1831.
  • Capt. Joshua, of Brewster, and Sally Ann Cooke, daughter of Capt. B.C., of and at Boston. American of May 17, 1831.
  • Joseph H. and Mrs. Sally Stevenson, at Nantucket American of May 27, 1831.
  • Elizabeth S., daughter of William, Esq., of New York City, and Nicholas S. Winsor, Esq., cashier of Smithfield Exchange Bank, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Nov. 22, 1831.
FOWLE
  • Maria, daughter of John, Esq., of Watertown, Mass., and Abiathan C. Britton, Esq., of Oxford, N.H., Attorney at Law, in this town, by William Jones, Esq., Nov. 7, 1809.
  • Elizabeth, of Watertown, and Charles Smith, of Boston, in this town, Nov. 20, 1812.
  • Miss ---- ----, late of Watertown, Mass., and Samuel Welles, Esq., of Boston, at the house of the American Minister at Paris, France. American of Nov. 22, 1816.
FOWLER
  • Sarah, daughter of Christopher, Esq., and Edward Martin, at Newport. American of April 26, 1811.
  • Lydia, daughter of the late Dr. Isaac, and Joseph Earle, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Jan. 24, 1813.
  • William, of Pawtucket, and Phebe Earle Cooke, of Warren, at Barrington, Aug. 28, 1814.
  • Harriet, daughter of Christopher, and Samuel Fowler Gardiner, merchant, both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, June 20, 1816.
  • Sarah, of Newport, and Jacob Pinkney, Jr., of North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, May 24, 1818.
  • Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Slocum, and Thomas S. Stanhope, at Newport. American of June 27, 1820.
  • Enock and Lydia Bullock, daughter of Abel, both of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 26, 1820.
  • Sophia and Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, at Guilford, Ct. He was one of the governors of the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Hartford and she one of the pupils. American of Sept. 11, 1821.
  • Eliza Cutter and Ebenezer Seattle, both of and at Newport. American of May 25, 1824.
  • Frances, of Westfield, daughter of late Hon. Samuel, and Hon. Henry W. Dwight, of Stockbridge, Mass., M.C., at Westfield. American of Nov. 19, 1824.
  • Isaac and Ann Borden, both of Fall River, at Assonet. American of March 22, 1825.
  • Sophia and Daniel Brown, at Newport, April 3, 1825.
  • Rev. William C. and Mrs. Harriet Cobb, daughter of Noah Webster, Esq., at New Haven, Ct. American of Aug. 5, 1825.
  • Martha, daughter of Christopher, of Newport, and William Littlefield, of Tennessee, at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten. Oct. 3, 1825.
  • Ann, of Newport, and Serra E. Sweet, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Dec. 20, 1827.
  • Julia, daughter of late Dr. Isaac, of Rehoboth, and John Marvell, of Wellington, Mass, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Vernon. American of Jan. 29, 1828.
  • Damaris and Arnold Pettis, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Feb. 28, 1828.
  • Nancy C. and Lieut. Alexander Dallas Bache, U.S. Corps of Engineers, at Newport, Sept. 28, 1828.
  • Catharine, daughter of Christopher, Esq., of Newport, and Henry Wood, of New York, at Newport, June 3, 1830.
  • Samuel M., Esq , editor of Pawtucket Chronicle, and Mary Collins, daughter of Capt. William, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, July 16, 1830.
  • Frances and William Sullivan Randolph, at Newport, July 12, 1831.
  • Mary Ann and Capt. Hiram Hill, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, June 6, 1832.
FOX
  • Horace and Sarah Potter, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Nov. 10, 1813.
  • Lucy R., of this town, and Otis Sweet, of Attleboro, at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 25, 1813.
  • Mary A. and James E. Rhodes, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 1, 1818.
  • Esther H., daughter of Deacon S---- ----, Fox and Elias B. Chappell, of Westerly, at Waterford. Ct. American of Jan. 25, 1820.
  • George W. and Sarah Pottle, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1821.
  • Mary L. and Alexander Dorrance, both of and at Woodstock, Ct. American of May 20, 1825.
FRANCIS I
  • Emperor of Austria, and Charlotte Augusta, Princess of Bavaria. She is the divorced wife of the Prince Royal, now King of Wirtemburg. She is in her 25th year and he is in his 49th year. Oct. 29, 1816.
FRANCES
  • Gibbs and Oliver C. Barney, Jr., both of this town, at Bristol, March 13, 1809.
FRANCIS
  • Elizabeth, daughter of the late Thomas Willing Francis, Esq., and Henry Harrison, merchant, both of and at Philadelphia. American of April 8, 1817.
  • Eliza and George Y. Davis, both of and at Philadelphia. American of Aug. 19, 1817.
  • Mary, daughter of the late Thomas W., merchant, of Philadelphia, and Dr. Robert Powell Page, of Frederick Co., Md., at Philadelphia. American of April 16, 1819.
  • Willing, merchant, and Marie Willing, eldest daughter of George, Esq., at Philadelphia. American of Nov. 25, 1820.
  • Simeon, Jr., one of the editors of the Advocate, and Eliza Ramsey, at New London, Ct. American of Dec. 19, 1820.
  • John Brown and Ann Carter Brown, only daughter of Nicholas, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer, June 18, 1822.
  • Anne, daughter of late Thomas Willing Francis, and James Ashton Bayard, of Wilmington, Del., at Philadelphia. American of July 15, 1823.
  • Lucy and James English, both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. American of April 20, 1824.
  • Thomas, formerly of Boston, and Polly Harvey, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, May 30, 1825.
  • Fanny and Ebenezer Lee. at Taunton, Dec. 11, 1825.
  • Catharine, daughter of Deacon Peleg, and William Boyd, at Taunton. American of April 28, 1826.
  • Mary and John Burrell, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July 6, 1828.
  • Elijah and Margaret Alexander, both of North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 20, 1828.
  • Celia Ann, of Thompson, Ct., and Edward K. Bowen, of Providence, at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. Groves, Dec. 22, 1823.
  • Susan H. and Epenetas Southworth, at Boston. American of Nov. 10, 1829.
  • Simon and Mrs. Sarah Austin, of New Haven, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Winsor. American of Feb. 19, 1830.
  • John Brown, of Warwick, and Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison, of and at Philadelphia. American of May 29, 1832.
FRANCOUR
  • Maria and Willard Sayles, at Wrentham. American of June 21, 1816.
FRANKLIN
  • Henry P., of this town, and Charlotte Bicknell, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of Cumberland, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Watson, March 29, 1812.
  • Ellen, only daughter of William, formerly governor of New Jersey, and grand daughter of Dr. Benjamin, and Capel Hanbury, Esq., of the Royal Scots, in England. American of Aug. 7, 1818.
  • Jeremiah and Almy Albro, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Palmer. American of June 4, 1819.
  • Viall and Mary Hawkins, daughter of Darius, both of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 23, 1820.
  • John and Adelia Bowles, at Hartford. American of Dec. 11, 1821.
  • George B. and Abby Ann Springer, daughter 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.
  • Charles H. and Mary Ann Paine, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Cheney. April 15, 1827.
  • Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Henry P., and Amos Denison Smith, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Nov. 7, 1827.
  • Elisha and Sarah Willison, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 21, 1828.
  • Betsey B. and Benjamin B. Slade, both of and at Franklin. American of Sept. 29, 1829.
  • Frances Ann and John Easton, at Newport, Oct. 28, 1830.
  • Thomas T. and Jane Stewart, at Newport. American of May 20, 1831.
  • Marcus and Matilda Coggeshall, at Bristol. American of March 20, 1832.
FREDERICK
  • William Charles, Prince Royal of Wurtemburg, and Catharine Parlowna, sister of Alexander, the Russian Emperor. American of June 21, 1816.
FREEBODY
  • William, of Newport, and Susan W. Slocum, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. American of Aug. 24, 1819.
  • Sarah D., daughter of William, and Capt. Joseph G. Stevens, at Newport. American of Oct. 27, 1820.
  • Mary G., daughter of William, of Newport, and William R. Phillips, of Providence, at Newport. American of April 6, 1821.
  • Charles T. and Hannah R. Mumford, daughter of John, of and at Newport. American of June 28, 1822.
  • Lydia E., of Newport, and John C.Thompson, of Providence, at Newport, Nov. 4, 1827.
FREEBORN
  • Mary S., daughter of Henry, and Michael Calahan, at Newport. American of July 30, 1822.
  • Ann, daughter of Henry, and George W. Lake, at Newport. American of March 23, 1842.
  • Mary Ann and Barzillai Fish, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. American of May 25, 1824.
  • Capt. Gideon and Freelove N. Weeden, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Gale, Nov. 13, 1825.
  • Marcy, daughter of late Capt. ---- Freeborn, and Pardon D. Tillinghast, of Providence, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Gale, April 9, 1826.
  • Elizabeth and Josiah Chace, both of and at Portsmouth, at the Friends' Meeting House, Aug. 9, 1826.
  • Mary C. and Daniel McCarter, at Newport. American of Oct. 3, 1826.
  • Mary Ann, daughter of John, and Isaac Lawton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammen, Nov. 30, 1826.
  • Hannah, daughter of Benjamin, of Portsmouth, and Joseph C. Peckham, of Providence, at the Friends' Meeting House. Baltimore, May 12, 1831.
FREELOVE
  • Stcne and Nathan B. Colvin, both of and at Cranston. American of March 29, 1825.
FREEMAN
  • Rhoda, daughter of Charles, of this town, and Jeremiah Heath, at Troy, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Cottrell. American of Oct. 26, 1810.
  • George W. and Sally Salisbury, both of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of April 8, 1817.
  • Eli and Worthy Whipple, daughter of William. both of and at Cumberland. American of May 25, 1821.
  • Fidelia, daughter of Salisbury, of Cumberland, and George W. Eddy, of Smithfield, at Cunberland. American of May 25, 1821.
  • Whipple and Mrs. Susannah Webber, both of Smithfield, at Providence. American of Sept. 11, 1821.
  • Mrs. Sarah and William Read, both of and at Cumberland. American of Aug. 20, 1822.
  • George W., of Attleboro, and Louisa Gary, of and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Dec. 18, 1825.
  • William, of Attleboro, and Mary Slocum, of and at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of Nov. 14, 1826.
  • Eliza and Cushing Brown, Jr., both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 27, 1828.
  • Marshall G., of Providence, and Europee Stafford, at Natic Village. American of June 24, 1828.
  • Benjamin W. and Mary G. Howard, at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of Aug. 5, 1828.
  • Elizabeth O., of Boston, and G ---- Handy, of Bristol, at Boston. American of Sept. 30, 1828.
  • Nathaniel and Mrs. Elsie D. Whipple, widow, who was murdered by Jesse Strang, at New Brunswick, N.J. American of Jan. 20, 1829.
  • Nancy and Archibald Greene, both of Valley Falls, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, March 8, 1830.
  • Caroline and Philetus Hovey, at Natick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem. Sept. 4, 1832.
  • Mrs. Sarah Ann and Dr. Joseph Greene, of Barnstable, at New York. American of Jan. 8, 1833.
FREER
  • Esther, daughter of Capt. Zacharius, and Philip Dubois, both of and at New Paltz, N.Y. American of July 14, 1815.
FRENCH
  • Eliza, of Rehoboth, and Henry Maxey, of Attleboro, in this town, Oct. 19, 1809.
  • Elkanah and Ruth T. Finney, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Edes. American of June 28, 1811.
  • Ebenezer, one of the editors of Baltimore Patriot, and Caroline Hargrave, at Baltimore. American of March 4, 1814.
  • William, of South Kingstown, and Sally Gardiner, of and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup. American of Feb. 17, 1815.
  • Ezra and Anne Smith, both of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Nov. 30, 1815.
  • Capt. Zachariah and Lydia S. Fales, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold. American of Feb. 20, 1816.
  • Betsey and Spencer Richards, at Attleboro. American of Dec. 14, 1819.
  • Harriet Hines, daughter of Cyrus, Esq., and Dr. Peleg Johnson, at South Kingstown. American of June 5, 1821.
  • Cassander and Adeline Strange, at Berkeley, Mass., May 13, 1822.
  • Olive and James Lord, both of Attleboro, at Pawtucket. American of July 11, 1823.
  • Alma, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and Rev. Daniel Huntington, of East Bridgewater, at Boston. American of Oct. 31, 1823.
  • Otis and Martha A. Baker, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Oct. 21, 1824.
  • John R., of Fall River, and Sarah Caroline Weeks, of and at Wilmington, N.C., April 5, 1827.
  • Benjamin, of Roxbury, and Hannah Wheelock, formerly of Shrewsbury, Mass., at Cumberland. American of Nov. 23, 1827.
  • Dea. Enos and Mrs. Mary Earl, at Fall River, Sept. 23, 1828.
  • Elizabeth P., daughter of Ephraim, and Major Borden, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Ross, Dec. 24, 1828.
  • William S. and Cynthia Briggs, at Pawtucket. American of Nov. 24, 1829.
  • George and Harriet Fessenden, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Greene. American of Dec. 15, 1829.
  • George C., merchant, of Portland, and Clarissa Howard, daughter of Hon. Asaph, at Minot. American of June 29, 1830.
  • Job P. and Abby Allen, at Fall River. American of Apnl 29, 1831.
  • Stephen L., of Fall River, and Hannah M. Humphrey, of and at Tiverton, May 12, 1831.
FRIEND
  • Mary, of Newport, and Peter Gladding, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Dec. 10, 1826.
  • Samuel and Abigail H. Brown, at Glocester, Mass. American of Sept. 22, 1829.
  • Adeline H., of Newport, and Cornelius W.B. Bennett, of Providence, at Newport. American of July 12, 1831.
FRINK
  • Lucy, daughter of Isaac, Esq., formerly from Connecticut, and Russell Hobart, of Westerly, merchant, at Nassau, N.Y. American of Dec. 7, 1819.
  • Eliza and James Hale, at Warren. American of June 3, 1823.
FRISBIE
  • Nathaniel and Myrta Olds, at Branford, Ct., married 17th; had a daughter born 18th; put in stocks 19th and committed to jail at New Haven, Jan. 20th.
  • American of Feb. 20, 1818.
FRISBY
  • Mary Ann and Robert 1Varren, at Petersboro, Eng. (The marriage of his father to his bride's sister has been announced.) He can say: "My wife my father's sister is, My sister is my mother, My wife my father's daughter is, My father is my brother." (no date)
FRISSELL
  • George, of Woodstock, Ct, and Hannah Owen, youngest daughter of late Solomon, Esq., at Glocester. American of March 2, 1821.
FRIZZELL
  • Calvin W. and Rosanna Whittemore, both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket. American of Oct. 4, 1825.
FRITH
  • Sarah W., of Savannah, Ga., and Joseph R. Aborn, formerly of Providence, at Savannah. American of June 21, 1822.
FROBISHER
  • Benjamin C. and Ann Gibbons, eldest daughter of Col. Daniel L., at Boston. American of May 25, 1830.
FRODING
  • John P., Esq., and Mary Sijourney, at Boston. American of May 30, 1823.
FROST
  • William R., and Sarah A. Smith, both of and at Providence. Feb. 26, 1818.
  • Walter, of Boston, and Esther Ingraham, daughter of Jabel, Esq., of and at Pawtucket. American of March 11, 1825.
FROTHINGHAM
  • Ebenezer, of Boston, and Sophia Smith, daughter of the late Capt. Simon, of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 8, 1810.
  • Rev. Nathaniel L., pastor of First Church, in Chauncery Place, and Ann G. Brooks, daughter of Hon. Peter C., both of and at Boston. American of March 6, 1818.
  • George kV., merchant, and Mary Ann McLellan, daughter of Major Samuel, of Providence, at Boston. American of May 21, 1824.
FRY
  • Eleanor, daughter of Judge ----, and Dr. Charles Eldredge, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Dr. Park, Nov. 19, 1820.
  • Abby Ann, of Providence. and William G. Crump, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 1, 1824.
  • Ruth, daughter of Thomas, of East Greenwich, and Joseph Arnold, of North Kingstown, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Dec. 3, 1826.
  • Mary 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, of and at North Kingstown, Wickford Village, by Rev. Mr. Allen. American of March 18, 1828.
  • Nicholas S. and Esther C. Reynolds, of North Kingstown, at Wickford. American of March 25, 1828.
  • Harriet and Robert G. Carey, at Providence, by Rev. Jacob Sanborn, March 18, 1830.
FRYE
  • Alice and Henry Pierce, of Rhode Island. at Vinal Haven, Me. American of Jan. 8, 1822.
FULLER
  • Dr. Jacob, of this town, and Abigail Paine, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Jan. 27, 1811.
  • Celinda, youngest daughter of Major John, and David Clarke, of Wrentham, at Cumberland. May 9, 1811.
  • Ann and John Sadler, both of and at Attleboro, Oct. 31, 1813.
  • William and Marcella B. Barker, daughter of Isaac, deceased, of this town, at Smithfield. American of Jan. 14, 1814.
  • Eliza, daughter of Liscomb, and Thomas Ford, both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of May 10, 1814.
  • Abby P., only daughter of Joseph, and Anthony B. Arnold, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Ang. 22, 1816.
  • Dea. Joseph and Mrs. Anna Walker, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Osborn, June 17, 1817.
  • Isaiah P. and Esther M. Bly, daughter of Oliver, both of and at Cumberland. American of Jan. 28, 1820.
  • Amasa and Anna Harris, both of Attleboro, Mass., 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. American of Feb. 21, 1823.
  • Mary L., daughter of Dr. Josiah, and Dr. William H. Cogswell, both of Plainfield, at Windham, Ct. American of March 23, 1824.
  • David, of Dedham, and Abby Northup, of Newport, at Providence, May 9, 1824.
  • Eliza G., daughter of late Joseph, and William W. Harris, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Ludlow. American of Nov. 5, 1824.
  • Joshua and Sarah B. Horton, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Whipple. American of July 25, and Aug. 1, 1826.
  • Clarke and Almira Eddy, daughter of late Samuel, late of and at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Aug. 29, 1826.
  • Rev. Jasiel P. and Adeline T. Cady, daughter of Isaac F., Esq., both of and at Stafford, Ct., June 5, 1827.
  • Caleb and Leafy Handy, both of and at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Nov. 22, 1827.
  • Zechariah R. and Cinderella Inman, at Smithfield. American of Jan. 29, 1828.
  • George and Louisa Jefferson, at Charlestown, Mass. American of Oct. 2, 1829.
  • Catharine, daughter of Caleb, Esq., of Attleboro, and Lyman Springer, of Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Warner, June 27, 1830.
  • Rev. Samuel, Jr., rector of Grace Church, Providence, and Charlotte R. Greenleaf, daughter of Simeon, at Portland. American of July 20, 1830.
  • Thirza and Alexander Pinkham, at Nantucket. American of May 27, 1831.
  • Thomas 2d, of Attleboro, and Mary Ann Jones, of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Washburn, May 27, 1832.
FULSON
  • Ezekiel, 13, and Lucy Fitch, 16, daughter of the late Ebenezer Fitch, D.D., president at of Williams College, at Ontario Co., N.Y. American of July 18, 1817.
GADSDEN
  • Rev. Christopher Edwards, rector of St. Phillip Church, and Elizabeth Alston Bowman, daughter of John, Esq., deceased, at Charleston. American of Nov. 1, 1816.
GAGE
  • Casandra, of North Providence, and Jesse Clarke, of Sharon, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Jan. 10, 1813.
  • Rhoda, daughter of Alron, Esq., and Erastus F. Knowlton, of Providence, merchant, at Monson, Mass., by E. Whitaker, Esq., May 16, 1820.
  • Laura Ann, of Pawtucket, and William Sutton, Jr., of and at Providence. American of Feb. 9, 1821.
  • Marinda and Berton Grant, both of and 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 B. and Philip Baker, both of Pawtucket, at Providence, Aug. 26, 1824.
  • Benjamin and Sarah S. Christian, at Bedford, by Rev. Mr. Howe, Feb. 5, 1826.
  • Ruth and Frederick S. Macomber, both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Jan. 8, 1827.
  • Nancy B. and William M. Johnson, at Charlestown, Mass. American of July 2, 1830.
GAINES
  • Maj. Gen. Edmund Pendleton and Barbara C. Blount, daughter of the late William, at Knoxville, Tenn. American of Sept. 1, 1815.
  • Maria D. and Silas Weston, both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, June 14, 1830.
GALE
  • Rev. Elbridge, of Wickford, and Louisa Haven, of and at Framingham, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Train, April 2, 1826.
GALLAGHER
  • Lieut. Joseph S., U.S. Army, and Susan Snowden, daughter of Rev. Samuel F., at Sackett's Harbor, N.Y. American of Oct. 11, 1825.
  • James G., of New York, and Mary G. Simonds, of and at Salem. American of Feb. 19, 1830.
  • Anthony and Mary Brown, of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Carry, Nov. 21, 1832.
GALLATIN
  • Frances, only daughter of Hon. Albert, and Byron Kerby Stevens, Esq., at New York. American of April 13, 1830.
GALLAUDET
  • Rev. Thomas H. and Sophia Fowler, at Guilford, Ct. He was one of the governors of the Deaf and Dumb Institute, at Hartford and she was one of the pupils. American of Sept. 11, 1821.
GALONUSGEE
  • ---- and Agaluga, at Valley Town, Tenn., by Rev. E. Jones, April 12, 1830.
GALUSDAYE
  • ---- and Dsudodsala, at Valley Town, Tenn., by Rev. E. Jones, April 12, 1830.
GALUSHA
  • Jonas, governor of Vermont, and Mrs. ---- Beach, at Cavendish, Vt. American of March 13, 1818.
GAMMON
  • Lucretia S. and Jonathan R. Henderson, at Portsmouth. American of April 16, 1830.
GANO
  • Major Daniel and Rekecca Lawrence, at Cincinnati, O. American of Oct. 18, 1816.
  • Clarrissa A., daughter of Rev. Dr. Gano, of Providence, and John N. Robbins, of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 16, 1818.
  • Eliza Brown, youngest daughter of Rev. Stephen, and Joseph Rogers, merchant, 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.
  • Sally S., daughter of Rev. Dr. Gano, and Rev. Peter Ludlow, Jr., married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 22, 1824.
GARCIA
  • Marie Felicite and Eugene Malibran, Esq., of the Italian Opera Company, N.Y. American of March 31, 1826.
GARDEN
  • Susan H. and Ado1phi Heilpron, Esq., of New York, at Charleston, S.C. American of Nov. 30, 1830.


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