Misc. Marriages

Marriage Notices, etc., submitted by our visitors and contributors.

Marriage Notices on this page:

Groom - Bride
Brooks - Williams
Chapman - Satterlee
Conkling - Edwards
Harris - Willard
Hunter - Snell
Johnson - Morrison
Leonard - Francisco
Mosher - Ellithorpe
Mosher - Delong
Robbins - Groff

Miss Jeanette Williams of Wells, 24, and Edward Brooks, 23 of Indian Lake, were married at the residence of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Brooks on Wednesday evening, March 16 [1892], in the presence of 80 guests.  The Rev. W. H. Hobbs, pastor of the Methodist Church of Indian Lake, performed the ceremony.  M. Kennedy was best man and the bridesmaid was Miss Millie Williams, sister of the bride.

Then follows a list of people who attended the wedding, and the gifts that they gave the bridal couple.

Those who attended were:

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Brooks, Ernest Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. William Carroll, Thomas Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. George Persons, Simeon Davis, Mr. and Mrs. George Morehouse, Miss Myra O'Kane, Miss Jennie Forbes, Miss Maggie Pinney, Eugene Stevenson, J. Davis, J. W. Persons, Millie Williams, Walter Persons, Julia McGinn, Julia McCarthy, Lydia Brown, Mrs. Sanford Brooks, J. Bruno, Mrs. H. L. Page, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Depan, Mrs. Maggie Hitchcock, Mrs. W. Ingals, Mrs. Charlotte Peck, Mrs. Betsy Morehouse and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Payne.

Among the guest from out of town were:

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morehouse, Wevertown; R. A. Gray, M. C. Kennedy, Miss Millie Williams and Mrs. H. L. Page of Wells.

Info submitted by Barb Ekiss 12 Mar 2000

Philadelphus L. Mosher of Gloversville was married to Elida H. Ellithorpe of Northville on Oct 28, 1906. source: Johnstown Daily Republican Oct 29, 1906

Married September 1, 1879, Joel Chapman of Mayfield, New York and Abigail Satterlee of Broadalbin. Records of Broadalbin Meth. Ch.

1887, June 8th, Broadalbin Meth. Ch. Andrew Peter Johnson 28 of Denmark and Nannie E. Morrison 18 of Wellstown, NY. Residing in Broadalbin, NY

Will of William H. Mosher who died Dec 23, 1931. He was married to Carrie B. DeLong (death certifcate information). William was born Nov 1862 the son of Franklin Mosher and Sarah Baker (also death certificate info). His will mentions property at Division and 2nd Sts. Northville. Son Leland Mosher, grandson William and Robert Mosher, dua.Sarah Edwards and granddau. Amy Mischler of Northville. Also mentions brother Elwyn and sister Ina Kathan (married to Isaac David Kathan). Also on death certificate it states occupation: feed and grocery store. In a codacil: 1944 when property was sold, Robert Mosher was listed as being in Madison, NJ and William Mosher was listed as residing in Wethersfield, Conn.

From "The Garland" which was published once per month.
Married Harris-Willard
In Gloversville Dec 26, 1868 by Rev. George S. Chadborne, Mr. John E. Harris of Benson, New York to Miss Ethalinda Willard, daughter of Judge Willard of Hope, NY page #3 Wed. Dec 30, 1868 (to the best of my knowledge, "Judge" Willard was Elisha Willard [1824-1904 d. Hope] married to Grace Conklin [1827-1909]).

Info submitted by:  Marcia Buffett 5 Oct 2000


From the Hamilton County News, 16 Aug 1979 edition (reprint of older news):
On Aug 21 at the home of the bride's parents, Rose Francisco, 20, born at Wells of Azariah Francisco and Jesse Aird, was married to William Edgar Leonard, 21, of Cortland, born Lock, NY of Charles Leonard.  The Rev. I.D. Hall of the Wells Baptist Church performed the ceremony.  The couple would live in Cortland.

Info submitted by Elaine Scantlebury (she is not related to this couple)


Unknown newspaper, Feb 1913:
George E. Conkling and Miss Susie Edwards, both of Gloversville, were united in marriage yesterday at 5:30, at the parsonage of the St. James Lutheran church. Rev. Joel E. Grubb, the pastor, performed the ceremony and Mr. and Mrs. Conkling departed for a short wedding trip with the best wishes of a large circle of friends.
The bridegroom is employed by John Myers, a coach maker, on Montgomery street and the bride is a popular and well known young woman of this city. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Blue.

Info submitted by Lisa Slaski (she is not related to this couple)


Unknown newspaper:
On Saturday last, September 2, at his home in this village, Rev. G. K. Fraser united in marriage Mr. John Hunter and Miss Eva Snell, both of Benson, N. Y. Miss Margaret Snell accompanied her sister as bridesmaid, and Mr. William Darling acted as best man. The young couple have decided to make their home in Benson, where Mr. Hunter has personal interests.

Info submitted by Gail Cramer Town of Northampton Historian and transcribed by Lisa Slaski (neither are related to this couple) - 20 Nov 2005


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Utica Saturday Glove, 1 July 1905:


A Marriage Which Interests Many Friends in the Glove City.

Gloversville, June 30. - At the Baptist parsonage, Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Rev. Chester F. Ralston performed the ceremony uniting in marriage Miss Myra Groff and Frank Robbins, both of Gloversville. They were accompanied by Miss Jessie Groff, a sister of the bride, and Daniel A. Robbins, a brother of the groom. After the ceremony the newly wedded couple left for a western wedding trip which will include a visit to various points of interest in California, after which they will take up their residence on White street in this city. Both Mr. and Mrs. Robbins are well known and popular young residents of the Glove City and the Globe takes pleasure in presenting excellent pictures of them this week. They have the congratulations and best wishes of a host of friends for a happy and successful married life.

[Note: Myra and Jessie Groff are children of Albert and Carrie Groff originally of Hope - see notes on the Groff family from Marcia Buffet]

Info submitted by Gail Cramer Town of Northampton Historian and transcribed by Lisa Slaski (neither are related to this couple) - 20 Nov 2005


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