Marriages of Hamilton County Residents #1
From Misc. Newspapers

Transcriber's notes are in [ ]. If no notes, then there is illegible or missing words from the original article.


Utica Morning Herald, Thursday, 25 Jun 1896
[likely related to the Becraft family of Morehouseville]

Miss Emma J. Glover and Francis Becraft were married at three o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the home of Rev. G. A. Bierdemann, on Varlek street. The best man was Alfred Thomas and the bridesmaid, Miss Ida Thompkins. After a wedding supper, at the home of the bride's parents, No. 80[?] Oswego street, Mr. and Mrs. Becraft went north on their wedding trip. Returning they will live at NO. 80[?] Oswego street. Mr. Becraft is employed at Devine's fishpole factory.


Watertown Daily Times, 31 Jul 1914

Lowville, July 31 - The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Wormuth of Lowville and Frederick G. Becraft of Morehouseville was solemmized at Trinity church Wednesday morning Rev. W. A. Braithwaite, rector of the church, performing the ceremony.

another article:

Journal and Republican, Lowville, Thursday, July 30, 1914

Becraft - Wormuth

The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Wormuth, of Lowville, and Mr. Frederick Becraft, of Morehouseville, was celebrated at 9 o'clock yesterday morning at Trinity Episcopal Church in this village, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. William A. Braithwaite in the presence of the immediate families of the contracting parties and a few near friends. Mr. and Mrs. Becraft left on the 9:40 train south and after a short wedding trip will take up their residence at Morehouseville.


The New York Times, 14 Nov 1917

Haehnlen - Youmans - On Saturday, Nov. 3, 1917, Alice C. Youmans of Lake Pleasant, N.Y., to Edgar W. Haehnlen of Harrisburg, Penn.


Northern Christian Advocate, Auburn [1849]

In Bethune, N.Y., Jan, 24 [or 21?], by the same [by Rev. T. W. Thurston], Mr. Lewis Henay, of Ohio, N.Y., to Miss Hellen Tucker, of Bethune.


The Fulton Patriot (Fulton, Oswego Co., NY) Thursday 7 August 1930

Married - at the parsonage of the State Street M. E. Church, July 24, Miss Manette Ingamells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ingamells of South Fork Street, and David Lahey of Long Lake; Rev. M. M. Caldwell officiating. They were attended by Miss Bessie Halsey and Leonard Ingamells, brother of the bride.

Following the wedding trip they will take up residence at Long Lake. The bride is a graduate of Fulton High School and Oswego Normal School and has been engaged as a teacher in the schools of Long Lake.


Northern Christian Advocate, Auburn [1849]


At the hotel in Morehouseville, March 4th, 1849, by Rev. Geo. H. Durand, Mr. Spencer Wilkins, Jun., of Ohio, N.Y., to Miss Mary Elizabeth Sacket, of Wilmurt. At the same time and place, Mr. James H. Sacket, of Wilmurt to Miss Sarah Flansburg, of Ohio.


Ticonderoga Sentinel (Ticonderoga, Essex Co., NY) Thursday 12 may 1910
[Under Olmsteadville]

A very pretty wedding took place Sunday afternoon at St. Joseph's rectory when Miss Katherine Lindsey became the bride of G. C. Wilson of Indian Lake. The attendants were Miss Nellie C. Murphy and William Lindsay. After the ceremony, dinner was served at the home of the bride, after which, the happy couple left for Indian Lake, their future home. The many friends of the couple will be glad to tender them good wishes and congratulations.

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