Montgomery County, NY Marriages
from
Universalist Sources

Compiled by Karen E. Dau



All sources are from New York State. Items in brackets [ ] have been added to assist with research. There is a cross-index of bride names at the end of this list. Compiled by Karen E. Dau of Rochester NY, Archivist for the New York State Convention of Universalists, and contributed in loving memory of Frances Marcella Redonnet.



ADAMS-FOX. In Fort Plain on 24 Jan by Rev. H[enry] Lyon, James C. Adams and Mary Ann Fox, both of Fort Plain. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 30 Mar 1838)

ADAMS-WENTWORTH. In Canajoharie on 23 Mar by Rev. L. C. Browne, John Adams of Fort Plain and Maria Wentworth of Canajoharie. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 May 1836)

ARNDT-ADAMS. In Fort Plain on 18 Apr by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Peter Arndt and Sarah Adams. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 May 1836)

BABCOCK-ADAMS. In Fort Plain on 9 Jan by Rev. H[enry] B. Soule, Herman B. Babcock and Maria Adams, eldest daughter of Henry Adams Esq., both of Fort Plain. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Feb 1840)

BAR-WILBER. In Fort Plain of 13 Sep by Rev. J[ob] Potter, Robert H. Bar and Minerva C. Wilber, both of Sharon. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Dec 1838)

BARSE-FAILING. In Fort Plain on 14 Feb by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Warren R. Barse and Anna Failing. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 5 Mar 1836)

BATES-WILKES. In Minden on 28 Sep 1849 by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Herman Bates and Mary Wilkes, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 11 Jan 1850)

BATES-BELLINGER. In St. Johnsville on 6 Apr by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, James Bates of Oppenheim and Amanda Bellinger of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 13 May 1842)

BEAN-LIGHTHALL. In Minden on the 21st ult. by Rev. W. G. Anderson, George Bean of Van Hornesville and Eliza Lighthall of Minden, "both deaf mutes." (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 1 Oct 1853)

BONSTADT-MCKNEEL. In Minden on 27 Jan by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Charles Bonstadt and Betsy McKneel. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Apr 1848)

BROWN [BROWNE]-HAND. In Fort Plain in the Universalist church on Sun the 14th ult. by Rev. S[tephen] R. Smith, Rev. Lewis C. Brown [Lewis Cresaba Browne] of Bridgewater and Harriet Hand of Fort Plain. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 4 Oct 1834)

BUEL-SLATER. In Fort Plain on 21 Dec 1842 by Rev. A[lfred] C. Barray, Edmund Buel and Rachel Slater. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 3 Feb 1843)

BURNHAM-PERRY. In St. Johnsville on 2 Feb by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks at his home, Harlow E. Burnham of Ephrata and Sally M. Perry of Oppenheim, both in Fulton Co. [a double ceremony: see Smith/Burnham]. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 4 Mar 1842)

BUSH-GARLOCK. In Canajoharie on 15 Aug by Rev. J. D. Hicks, George Bush and Polly Garlock. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 14 Sep 1849)

BUSH-DAVIS. In Fordsbush on 15 Mar by Rev. H[enry] Lyon, Jacob Bush of Minden and Angeline Davis of Fordsbush. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 30 Mar 1838)

BUTLER-SHALE. In St. Johnsville on 5 Aug by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Sherman Butler and Margaret Shale, both of Oppenheim [Fulton Co.]. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

CANFIELD-HOLMES. In Fort Plain on 22 Oct by Rev. H[enry] B. Soule, Emerson Canfield and Mary Jane Holmes, both of Fort Plain. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 8 Nov 1839)

CAPEMAN-SMITH. In Arcadia [Wayne Co.] on 13 Jan by Rev. D. [DeWitt] C. Tomlinson, Norman Capeman of Minden, Montgomery Co. and Catherine B. Smith of Arcadia. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 21 Feb 1852)

CHAMBERLAIN-BARBER. In Fort Plain at the home of the bride's father on 24 Jan by Rev. H. Baker, Edward Chamberlain of Cooperstown [Otsego Co.] and Susie M. Barber. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

CHRISTMAN-BARNARD. In St. Johnsville on 4 Jan by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Patrick Christman of Ellisburgh and Catharine A. Barnard of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 29 Mar 1844)

CLARK-WOOD. In Fort Plain on 22 May by Rev. D[olphus] Skinner, William Clark Jr. and Rexie Wood, daughter of E. W. Wood. (The Ambassador, New York, 15 Jun 1867)

COOK-QUACKENBUSH. In Minden at the parsonage on 18 Jan by Rev. J. H. Ballou, Samuel B. Cook and Kate Quackenbush. (Christian Leader, Utica, 29 Jan 1876)

COUCH-WAGGONER. In Palatine on 14 Feb by Rev. William H. Waggoner, John Couch of East Creek, Herkimer Co. and Elizabeth Waggoner of Palatine. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 27 Feb 1836)

COUNTRYMAN-PUTMAN. In Minden on the 4th inst. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, George D. Countryman and Nancy Putman. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 17 May 1834)

COUNTRYMAN-LUTRY. In St. Johnsville on 17 Oct by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, William Henry Countryman of Danube and Sophia Mary Lutry of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 13 Nov 1852)

COX-EHLE. In Minden on 27 Jan by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks of St. Johnsville, Daniel Cox and Anna Ehle, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 4 Mar 1842)

CRONKHITE-CHAPMAN. In Minden on the 28th ult. by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Anson Cronkhite and Maria Chapman, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 11 Jan 1850)

CRONKHITE-DIEFENDORF. In Minden on the 22d ult. by Rev. Jesse Bushnell, George Cronkhite and Margaret Diefendorf, daughter of Solomon Diefendorf. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Mar 1835)

CRONKHITE-WALRATH. In Minden on 13 Sep by Rev. S. Crosby, Sheldon Cronkhite and Lucinda Walrath, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 23 Sep 1854)

DAVIS-FROELICK. In Mindenville on 16 Mar by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Alfred B. Davis and Lucinda Froelick, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Apr 1837)

DEFENDORF-YOURAN. In St. Johnsville on 12 Mar by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Adam H. Defendorf and Katharine Youran. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Apr 1848)

DEPUY-WOLCOTT. In Minden on 28 Dec 1851 by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, William H. Depuy of Henderson, Jefferson Co. and Lucinda Wolcott of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 31 Jan 1852)

DEUEL-HURLEY. In St. Johnsville on 2 Feb by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Arm. Deuel II of Saratoga and Harriet C. Hurley of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 21 Feb 1840)

DICKINSON-HOUSE. In Fort Plain at the home of the bride's father on 9 Jun by Rev. Charles F. Lee of Utica, Harry A. Dickinson of New York City and Mrs. Annie M. House, daughter of S. Tinge Esq. (Christian Leader, Utica, 26 Jun 1875)

DIEFENDORF-ZOLLAR [ZOLLER]. In Minden on the 1st inst. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Solomon Diefendorf Jr. and Betsey Zollar [Zoller], daughter of Abraham Zollar [Zoller]. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 17 Jan 1835)

DILLENBACH-BUSH. In Minden on 14 Sep by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, William A. Dillenbach and Julia Ann Bush. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

DOMANICK-HALL. In St. Johnsville on 15 Oct by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Edward Domanick of Danube and Malissa Hall of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

DUTTON-VOSBURGH. In Glen on 9 Oct by G. L. Roof, George C. Dutton of Eagle, Wyoming Co. and Martha O. Vosburgh of Glen. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 8 Dec 1848)

EHLE-CUNNING. In Fort Plain on 27 Feb by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Michael Ehle and Catharine Cunning. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 26 Mar 1836)

FAILING-NELLIS. In Canajoharie on the 14th inst. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Philip Failing and Lana Nellis. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 30 May 1835)

FERO-DILENBOCK. In Fort Plain on the 11th inst. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, John Fero and Phebe Dilenbock. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 23 May 1835)

FERO-COLBURN. In Fort Plain at the American Hotel on 2 Jan by Rev. H. H. Baker, Stuart Fero and Mary Colburn, both of Canajoharie. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

FINEHOUT-NORTON. In Fort Plain on 7 Feb by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, John Finehout, of the firm Lipe & Finehout, and H. Louise Norton, daughter of Simon Norton, both of Fort Plain. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 25 Feb 1854)

FISH-COUNTRYMAN. In St. Johnsville on 18 Sep by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Joseph Fish and Armintha Countryman, both of Minden, Montgomery Co. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 6 Oct 1843)

FLAGG-SANDERS. In Minden on the 1st inst. by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Henry Flagg of Frankfort, Herkimer Co. and Lavina Sanders of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 11 Jan 1850)

FLINT-HORN. In Fort Plain on 28 Dec 1864 by Rev. H. N. Baker, Samuel M. Flint and Mary M. Horn, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

FLINT-SLATER. In Fort Plain on 1 Jun by Rev. E. W. Fuller, William C. Flint and Anna L. Slater, both of Fort Plain. (Christian Leader, Utica, 10 Jun 1876)

FOP-SCHUYLER. In Fort Plain on 27 Dec 1864 by Rev. H. N. Baker, Oscar Fop and Alicia Schuyler, both of Danube. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865) [Note: surname Foss.]

FOX-DEVENDORF. In Fort Plain on 15 May by Rev. D[olphus] Skinner, Capt. George W. Fox of Buffalo, late of the NY Independent Battery, now a merchant, and Lelia Devendorf, eldest daughter of the widow Harriet Devendorf of Fort Plain. (The Ambassador, New York, 15 Jun 1867)

FREEMAN-COOK. In Minden on 8 Apr by Rev. J[acob] H. Harter, Rozell Freeman and Lucinda Cook. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 25 May 1849)

GIBSON-ELDREDGE. In Fort Plain in Jul 1842 by Rev. A[lfred] C. Barray, ___ Gibson of Oxford and Sarah Eldredge of Sharon. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 3 Feb 1843)

GIBSON-PERRINE. In Fort Plain on the 14th inst. by Rev. H. H. Baker, DeWitt C. Gibson and Charlotte Perrine, both of Fort Plain. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 8 Sep 1866)

GREEN-ELLISON. In St. Johnsville at the home of the bride's father on 19 Jan by Rev. H. N. Baker, D. W. Green of Fairfield and Gertrude E. Ellison. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

GREEN-HOPKINS. In Fort Plain on 14 Jun by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Daniel M. Green of Middlefield and Maria Aurelia Hopkins of Fort Plain. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Jul 1837)

GREEN-COOK. In Minden on 28 Oct by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, William Green Jr. of Danube and Lavina Cook of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 10 Dec 1841)

HARRISON-VENKITE. In Canajoharie on 27 Dec 1864 by Rev. H. N. Baker, Richard Harrison and Alvira Venkite, both of Canajoharie. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

HAWN-CROWFOOT. In Canajoharie on 28 Apr by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, George Hawn of Fort Plain and Caroline Crowfoot of Canajoharie. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 21 May 1836)

HELMER-ZOLLER. In Minden on 12 Sep by Rev. P[hineas] Hathaway, Adam Helmer and Nancy Zoller. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Sep 1841)

HOWK-LIGHTHALL. In Minden on 25 Dec 1849 by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Roswell Howk of Rutland, Jefferson Co. and Sally Lighthall of Minden, "both deaf mutes!" (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 11 Jan 1850)

HUGHES-JOHNSON. In Fonda on 23 Sep by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, William H. Hughes and Ann Sarah Johnson, both of Fonda. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

HULZER-___. In Amsterdam in 1807, Caspar Hulzer and Abigail ___ of Amsterdam. Info from Abigail's obituary. (Christian Leader, Utica, 27 May 1876)

JENKINS-HEALY. In Fort Plain on 16 Apr by Rev. A[lfred] C. Barray, Ezra Jenkins and Sophia Healy, both of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 10 Jun 1842)

KELLY-ZOLEAR [ZOLLER]. In Minden on 28 Dec 1847 by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, James Kelly and Nancy Zolear [Zoller]. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Apr 1848)

KENYON-YERDON. In Fort Plain on the 8th ult. by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Henry C. Kenyon and Elizabeth Yerdon. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 10 Feb 1837)

LIGHTHALL- BAUM. In Mohawk on 15 Mar by Rev. B[enjamin] B. Hallock, George Lighthall and Mrs. Nancy Baum [both of Minden, Montgomery Co.]. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 2 Jun 1855)

LIGHTHALL-COUNTRYMAN. In Minden on 20 Dec by Rev. S. Crosby, John H. Lighthall and Mary Countryman, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 30 Dec 1854)

LIGHTHEART-MILLER. In Fort Plain on 7 May by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Daniel Lightheart and Margaret Miller, both of Newville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 19 May 1837)

LINTS-LIGHTHALL. In Minden on 21 Feb by Rev. S. Crosby, Simon P. Lints of Schuyler, Herkimer Co. and Lucinda Lighthall of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 3 Mar 1855)

LIPE-FERGUSON. On the 22d ult. by Rev. Jesse Bushnell, Daniel I. Lipe and Nancy Ferguson, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Nov 1835)

LUDWIG-PHILLIPS. In Minden on 26 Dec 1864 by Rev. H. N. Baker, Gottlieb Ludwig and Julia Phillips, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

MABEE-GROS. On 11 Sep by Rev. Paul Weidman, Cornelius Mabee Esq. and Maria M. Gros, daughter of Lawrence Gros Esq., both of Palatine. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 4 Oct 1839)

MATHISE-YOUNG. In Fort Plain on 27 Oct by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, John Mathise and Nancy Young, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 13 Nov 1852)

MATTHEWS-ALLEN. In St. Johnsville on 12 Aug by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Samuel Matthews and Jane Allen, both of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

MCMULLEN-FRANK. In Fort Plain on 13 Oct by Rev. H[enry] B. Soule, James McMullen and Eliza Frank, both of Danube. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 8 Nov 1839)

MCNEAL-SANDERS. In Fort Plain on 8 Oct 1851 by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Calvin McNeal and Sena Maria Sanders, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 31 Jan 1852)

MCNEAL-WILSON. In Minden on 31 Jan by Rev. J[ob] Potter, Henry McNeal and Polly Wilson, daughter of John Wilson Esq., both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 1 Mar 1839)

MICHAEL-BURTON. In Burton[s]ville on 28 Jul by C. E. Peake, Myron J. Michael of Tufts College, Boston and Hattie N. Burton of Burton[s]ville. (Christian Leader, Utica, 7 Aug 1875)

MILLER-HOUGHNAIL. In St. Johnsville on 24 Aug by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Aaron Miller and Polly Houghnail. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

MILLER-MCKENZIE. In Minden on 14 Sep by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Jonas Miller and Jeanette McKenzie, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 25 Sep 1852)

MILLER-WILSON. In Minden on 18 Dec 1851 by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Solomon Miller and Elizabeth Wilson, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 31 Jan 1852)

MOWREY-CONYHNET. In Fort Plain on the 9th inst. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Anson Mowrey and Nancy Conyhnet. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 23 May 1835)

MOYER-RICHARDSON. In Minden at the home of the bride's father on 2 Jan by Rev. J. H. Ballou, Frederick Moyer and Anna Richardson, both of Minden. (Christian Leader, Utica, 12 Jan 1878)

MOYER-SMITH. In St. Johnsville on 29 Dec 1847 by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, George Moyer and Amanda Smith. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Apr 1848)

MOYER-ZOLLER. In Minden on 19 Jan by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Henry Moyer of Danube, Herkimer Co. and Caroline Zoller of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 4 Feb 1854)

MOYER-MARCH. In Minden on 2 Feb by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, John J. Moyer and Mary Ann March. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 5 Mar 1836)

MOYER-MILLER. In Minden on 6 Jul by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Joseph Moyer and Maria Miller, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 21 Jul 1843)

MOYER-ZOLLER. In Minden on 17 Oct by Rev. H[enry] B. Soule, Peter Moyer and Ann Zoller, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 8 Nov 1839)

NELLIS-NIHOFF. In Palatine on the 16th ult. by Rev. H. H. Baker, Henry A. Nellis and Helen J. Nihoff, both of Palatine. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 8 Sep 1866)

NELLIS-RICHARDSON. On 19 Jan by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks [of St. Johnsville], William Nellis and Lucretia Richardson. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 10 Apr 1846)

NESTELL-LIPE. In Fort Plain on the 5th inst. by Rev. A[lfred] C. Barray, Jonas Nestell of the firm of Nestell & Shuler, and Eliza A. Lipe, both of Fort Plain. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 1 Dec 1843)

NEWELL-BURTON. In Duanesburg [Schenectady Co.] in the Universalist church on Christmas Eve by Rev. Henry Belding, Rev. Maxcy B. Newell of Amsterdam and Marcia Ann Burton, daughter of J. Burton Esq. of Burtonville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 12 Jan 1838)

OVERACKER-ZOLLER. In Fort Plain on the 3d inst. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, William Overacker of Danube and Margaret Zoller of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 23 Jan 1836)

PECK-KOONS. In Mohawk on the 3d inst. by Rev. J. N. Parker, Asa B. Peck of Florida and Libbie Koons of Mohawk. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 20 Sep 1862)

PECK-EAGEN. In St. Johnsville on 31 May by Rev. E. W. Fuller, Rev. E. E. Peck of Cooperstown and Estella M. Eagen of St. Johnsville. (Christian Leader, Utica, 10 Jun 1876)

PERKINS-BROEFFLEE. In Scotchbrush, town of Florida at the home of the bride's father on 1 Dec by Rev. D. C. Davis, Jesse M. Perkins and Mary J. Broefflee, daughter of William Broefflee, both of Florida. (Christian Leader, Utica, 11 and 25 Dec 1875. In the 25 Dec issue the bride's surname was corrected from Broeffler to Broefflee)

PETTIN-MOYER. In Minden on 14 Sep by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Robert Pettin of Stark and Harriet Moyer, second daughter of Daniel Moyer of Minden. In the 2 Oct issue the residence of the groom was corrected from Southville to Stark. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 25 Sep and 2 Oct 1852)

PHILLIPS-MCNEIL. In Amsterdam on 18 Sep by Rev. M[axcey] B. Newell, Simeon H. Phillips and Maria McNeil, both of Amsterdam. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 22 Oct 1836)

PIER-PIER. In Canajoharie on 13 Jan by Rev. D[olphus] Skinner, George W. Pier of Utica and Cornelia H. Pier of Canajoharie. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 31 Jan 1863)

PINNEY-BACKER. In Amsterdam on 21 Oct by Rev. R. O. Williams, John Pinney of Troy and Jane Backer of Amsterdam. (Gospel Anchor, Troy, 26 Oct 1833)

PORTER-CARPENTER. In Utica [Oneida Co.] on Mon 5 Oct by Rev. C. C. Gordon, A. W. Porter and Helen B. Carpenter, both of Upper St. Johnsville. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 17 Oct 1857)

POST-DIEFENDORF. In Fort Plain on Sunday 2 Oct by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Samuel Post and Eliza Diefendorf, both of Danube. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 29 Oct 1836)

PROCTOR-SMITH. In Fort Plain on 2 Feb by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Samuel Proctor and Maria Smith. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 22 Feb 1834)

QUACKENBOSH-QUACKENBOSH. In Fort Plain on 13 Oct 1842, Abraham Y. Quackenbosh and Maria Quackenbosh. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 3 Feb 1843)

RECE-AUSTIN. In Fort Plain on the 5th inst. by Rev. William Queal of Bristol, Peter Rece and Mercy Austin, both of Euphrata [Ephrata, Fulton Co.]. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Jan 1842)

REXFORD-HAVEN. In Minden on 12 Aug 1847 by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Leonard Rexford and Nancy Haven. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Apr 1848)

RICHARDSON-BOND. In Canajoharie on 21 Jun by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, James Richardson and Mrs. Nancy S. Bond, both of Fort Plain. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Jul 1837)

ROBERTSON-COLEMAN. In Canajoharie on 1 Aug by Rev. H. Belding, Austin J. Robertson of Sparta, Alabama, a merchant, and Mary Coleman of Canajoharie. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 16 Aug 1839)

ROGERS-BELLENGER. In Fort Plain on Tue 14 Sep, Jacob Rogers and Larina Bellenger of Oppenheim, Herkimer Co. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 27 Sep 1850)

ROOF-BELLINGER. In Minden on 17 Feb by Rev. N[elson] Snell, Levi Roof and Dorothy Bellinger, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 17 Mar 1848)

ROUND-WARNER. In Perth on the 12th inst. by Rev. Horace Warner, John W. Round of the Clinton Liberal Institute [in Clinton, Oneida Co.] and Elizabeth P. Warner of Perth. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 30 Jun 1848)

SALTSMAN-LIPE. In Palatine on the 22d ult. by Rev. L. S. Ketchum, Josiah Saltsman and Nancy Lipe. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 9 Feb 1833)

SANBORN-PEALER. In Palatine on 7 Mar by Rev. H[enry] Lyon, Reuben W. Sanborn and Maria Pealer, both of Palatine. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 30 Mar 1838)

SANDERS-BROEFFLEE. In Scotchbrush, town of Florida at the home of the bride's father on 24 Nov by Rev. D. C. Davis, Ezra D. Sanders and Mary E. Broefflee, daughter of William Broefflee, both of Florida. (Christian Leader, Utica, 25 Dec 1875)

SCHUYLER-THURBER. In Fort Plain on 2 Mar by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Reuben H. Schuyler and Nancy Thurber. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Apr 1837)

SCHUYLER-FINEHOUT. In St. Johnsville on 22 Apr by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, William Schuyler of Danube and Maria Finehout. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

SELWOOD-SMITH. In Fort Plain in the Universalist church on 10 Feb by Rev. D. Ballou, William H. Selwood and Ella M. Smith, both of Fort Plain. (Christian Leader, Utica, 20 Feb 1875)

SHAW-SNELL. In St. Johnsville on 12 Jan by Rev. Knaiskarn, Nelson Shaw of Rockwood, Fulton Co. and Mary Snell of East Hamilton. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 11 Feb 1860)

SIVER-LATHROP. In Fort Plain on 15 Jan by Rev. H[enry] B. Soule, Robert Siver and Ami Lathrop, both of the town of Stark. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Feb 1840)

SLINGERLAND-YOUNG. In Canajoharie on 18 by Feb by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Nicholas Slingerland and Margaret Young. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 5 Mar 1836)

SMITH-BURNHAM. In St. Johnsville on 2 Feb by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks at his home, Calvin B. Smith of Middleville, Herkimer Co. and Jerusha Burnham of Ephrata, Fulton Co. A double ceremony: see Burnham/Perry. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 4 Mar 1842)

SMITH-VEDDER. In St. Johnsville at the home of the bride's father on 4 Oct by Rev. H. H. Baker, DeLoss Smith and Hannah Vedder, both of St. Johnsville. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 27 Oct 1866)

SMITH-MOYER. In Fort Plain at the home of the bride's father on 4 Jan by Rev. H. N. Baker, Jacob D. Smith of Rochester and Maggie Moyer. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

SMITH-SNELL. In Minden on the 1st inst. by Rev. W. G. Anderson, John P. Smith and Nancy Snell, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 9 Feb 1844)

SMITH-SNELL. In Fort Plain on 3 Oct by Rev. A[lfred] C. Barray, Joseph Smith and Nancy Snell, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 1 Dec 1843)

SMITH-YORAN. In Mindenville on the 30th ult. by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Matthew Smith Esq., Justice of the Peace, and Ann Yoran, both of Mindenville. In the 1 Mar issue the surname of the bride was corrected from Toran to Yoran. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 15 Feb and 1 Mar 1850)

SMITH-ZOLLER. In Minden on 10 Jan by Rev. S. Crosby, Robert Smith and Martha Zoller, both of Minden. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 20 Jan 1855)

SNELL-ROOF. In Canajoharie on 30 Dec 1847 by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Hiram Snell and Katherine Roof. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Apr 1848)

SNELL-RICHARD. In Palatine on the 22d ult. by Rev. L. S. Ketchum, Dr. Jason G. Snell and Mary Richard. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 9 Feb 1833)

SNYDER-HOKE. In Minden on 20 Feb by Rev. H[enry] B. Soule, James G. Snyder of Starkville and Peggy Hoke of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 10 Apr 1842)

SOUTHWORTH-SNOW. In Fort Plain on 21 Jan by Rev. H. N. Baker, Aber G. Southworth and Cordelia A. Snow, both of Southville [St. Lawrence Co.]. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

STARIN-SCHERMERHORN. In South Trenton [Oneida Co.] on the 10th inst. by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Henry J. Starin of Fultonville and Ella G. Schermerhorn, daughter of Col. Daniel Schermerhorn of South Trenton. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 26 Oct 1833)

STELLER-FOX. In Fort Plain on 20 Apr by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Howard Steller and Elizabeth M. Fox, both of Fort Plain. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 29 Apr 1854)

SUITS-GRAVES. In Fort Plain on the 16th ult. by Rev. Jesse Bushnell, Daniel D. Suits and Ann Graves. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 9 Jan 1836)

THAYER-GETMAN. In Fort Plain on the 24th ult. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, Horace G. Thayer and Mrs. Catharine Getman. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 6 Jun 1835)

TIMMERMAN-ELWOOD. In Minden on the 28th ult. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, David Timmerman and Charlotte Elwood, daughter of General Elwood. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 17 Jan 1835)

TINGUE-GARLOCK. In Canajoharie on 11 Feb by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Simeon Tingue of Fort Plain, merchant and Eliza Ann Garlock, daughter of Henry Garlock of Canajoharie. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 27 Feb 1836)

TURNER-SMITH. In St. Johnsville on 18 Nov 1847 by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Hiram Turner and Hannah Smith. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 7 Apr 1848)

UNDERHILL-BATES. In St. Johnsville at the home of the bride's parents on 27 Dec 1864 by Rev. H. N. Baker, Edward Underhill of Williamsport, Pennsylvania and Frances A. Bates. (Christian Ambassador, New York, 18 Feb 1865)

UHLE-LANY. In Fort Plain on 23 Sep by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Joseph M. Uhle and Margaret Lany, both of Little Falls. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 13 Nov 1852)

VAN ALLEN-HARDER. In Minden at the home of the bride's father on 5 Jan by Rev. J. H. Ballou, James N. Van Allen and Ina C. Harder, both of Minden. (Christian Leader, Utica, 15 Jan 1876)

VAN ANTWARP-CRAMER. In Minden on 28 Dec 1843 by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, James L. Van Antwarp and Maria Cramer. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 29 Mar 1844)

VAN CAMP-ZOLLER. In Minden on 18 Feb by Rev. P[hineas] Hathaway, John C. Van Camp and Catharine Zoller, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 26 Feb 1841)

VAN SLYKE-GRAY. In Minden on 28 Dec 1843 by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Nicholas N. Van Slyke and Nancy Gray, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 29 Mar 1844)

VICTORY-WILKINSON. In Florida on 6 Jul by Rev. L. M. Hawes, Mamre R. Victory of Duanesburgh and Georgianna Wilkinson of Florida. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 23 Jul 1853)

VROOMAN-DYGERT. In Canajoharie on the 22d ult. by Rev. J[esse] Bushnell, John Vrooman and Nancy Dygert. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 9 Aug 1834)

WAGGONER-PANGBURN. In Palatine on 14 Feb by Rev. William H. Waggoner, Oliver Waggoner and Angeline Pangburn, both of Palatine. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 27 Feb 1836)

WALRADT-KLOCK. In Fort Plain on 16 Mar by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Matthew Walradt of Morristown, St. Lawrence Co. and Sarah Klock of Oppenheim [Fulton Co.]. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Apr 1837)

WALRADT-ZOLLER. In Minden on 5 Oct by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Isaac Walradt of Danube and Catharine Zoller, daughter of Abraham Zoller of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 8 Dec 1837)

WALRADT-BOWEN. In Cooperstown [Otsego Co.] on 4 Jan by Rev. Job Potter, Abram A. Walrath of Fort Plain and Gertrude Bowen of Cherry Valley. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 28 Apr 1843)

WALRATH-GULNACK. In St. Johnsville on 8 Sep by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, John Adam Walrath and Margaret Gulnack, both of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 27 Sep 1839)

WALRATH-WAGGONER. On the 21st ult. by Rev. William H. Waggoner, Joseph Walrath and Nancy Waggoner, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 8 Aug 1835)

WELCH-PEAKE. In Canajoharie on 12 Jan by Rev. A[lfred] C. Barray, Robert Welch and Celia S. Peake. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 3 Feb 1843)

WIETING-KOCHER. In Fort Plain on the 23d ult. by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Jeremiah Wieting and Sarah A. Kocher. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 10 Feb 1837)

WILKES-WALRATH. In Minden on 19 Aug by Rev. P[hineas] Hathaway, Matthew Wilkes and Elizabeth Walrath. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Sep 1841)

WILL-VAN SLYKE. In Fort Plain on 2 Jul by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, Francis Will and Catharine Van Slyke, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 14 Jul 1837)

WILLIAMS-GROSH. In Fort Plain on 29 Jun by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, C. C. Williams and Mary Letitia Grosh, second daughter of Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, both of Fort Plain. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 9 Jul 1853)

WILLIAMS-DAVIS. In Fort Plain on 14 Oct by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Elisha W. Williams of Dudley, Massachusetts and Louisa M. Davis of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 26 Oct 1838)

WOLCOTT-CRONKHITE. On 23 Feb by Rev. N[elson] Snell, Jacob S. Wolcott of Montgomery Lodge No. 164, and Maria Cronkhite, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 17 Mar 1848)

WOLCOTT-BRADLEY. In Hallsville, town of Minden on the 4th inst. by Rev. W. G. Anderson, William Wolcott and Louisa Bradley, both of Hallsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, New York, 12 Apr 1850)

YOURAN-FLANDER. In St. Johnsville on 23 Apr by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Hiram Youran of Oppenheim [Fulton Co.] and Margaret Flander of St. Johnsville. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 24 Nov 1848)

ZIMMERMAN-YORAN. In St. Johnsville on 29 Sep by Rev. J[ohn] D. Hicks, Peter Zimmerman of Manheim and Catharine Yoran of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 25 Oct 1839)

ZOLLER-TUTTLE. Near Monticello, Otsego Co. on 17 Jan by Rev. A[aron] B. Grosh, Abraham Zoller of Minden, Montgomery Co. and Alma Tuttle, daughter of Charles Tuttle Esq. of Monticello. (Christian Ambassador, Auburn, 4 Feb 1854)

ZOLLER-UTTERMARK. In Minden on 20 Jun by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Charles Zoller and Eliza Uttermark, both of Minden. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 30 Jun 1843)

ZOLLER-WILSON. In Ford's Bush (Minden) on 10 Jan by Rev. W. G. Anderson, Henry C. Zoller and Barbara Ann Wilson, both of Ford's Bush. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 27 Jan 1843)

ZOLLER-BALL. In Minden on 20 Jun 1842 by Rev. A[lfred] C. Barray, Isaac Zoller and Mary Ann Ball. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 3 Feb 1843)

ZOLLER-GREEN. In Fort Plain on the 28th ult. by Rev. L[ewis] C. Browne, James Zoller of Minden and Huldah Green of Danube. (Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 20 Jan 1837)


Index of Bride Names

___, Abigail see Hulzer, Caspar

Adams, Maria see Babcock, Herman

Adams, Sarah see Arndt, Peter

Allen, Jane see Matthews, Samuel

Austin, Mercy see Rece, Peter

Backer, Jane see Pinney, John

Barber, Susie see Chamberlain, Edward

Ball, Mary Ann see Zoller, Isaac

Barnard, Catharine see Christman, Patrick

Bates, Frances see Underhill, Edward

Baum, Nancy see Lighthall, George

Bellenger, Larina see Rogers, Jacob

Bellinger, Amanda see Bates, James

Bellinger, Dorothy see Roof, Levi

Bond, Nancy see Richardson, James

Bradley, Louisa see Wolcott, William

Broefflee, Mary see Sanders, Ezra

Broefflee, Mary see Perkins, Jesse

Burnham, Jerusha see Smith, Calvin

Burton, Hattie N. see Michael, Myron J.

Burton, Marcia Ann see Newell, Maxcey

Bush, Julia Ann see Dillenbach, William

Carpenter, Helen see Porter, A. W.

Chapman, Maria see Cronkhite, Anson

Colburn, Mary see Fero, Stuart

Coleman, Mary see Robertson, Austin

Conyhnet, Nancy see Mowrey, Anson

Cook, Lavina see Green, William

Cook, Lucinda see Freeman, Rozell

Countryman, Armintha see Fish, Joseph

Countryman, Mary see Lighthall, John

Cramer, Maria see Van Antwarp, James

Cronkhite, Maria see Wolcott, Jacob

Crowfoot, Caroline see Hawn, George

Cunning, Catharine see Ehle, Michael

Davis, Angeline see Bush, Jacob

Davis, Louisa see Williams, Elisha

Devendorf, Lelia see Fox, George

Diefendorf, Eliza see Post, Samuel

Diefendorf, Margaret see Cronkhite, George

Dilenbock, Phebe see Fero, John

Dygert, Nancy see Vrooman, John

Eagen, Estella see Peck, E. E.

Ehle, Anna see Cox, Daniel

Eldredge, Sarah see Gibson, ___

Ellison, Gertrude see Green, D. W.

Elwood, Charlotte see Timmerman, David

Failing, Anna see Barse, Warren

Ferguson, Nancy see Lipe, Daniel

Finehout, Maria see Schuyler, William

Flander, Margaret see Youran, Hiram

Fox, Elizabeth M. see Steller, Howard

Fox, Mary Ann see Adams, James

Frank, Eliza see McMullen, James

Froelick, Lucinda see Davis, Alfred

Garlock, Eliza Ann see Tingue, Simeon

Garlock, Polly see Bush, George

Getman, Catharine see Thayer, Horace

Graves, Ann see Suits, Daniel

Gray, Nancy see Van Slyke, Nicholas

Green, Huldah see Zoller, James

Gros, Maria see Mabee, Cornelius

Grosh, Mary Letitia see Williams, C. [Cyrus]

Gulnack, Margaret see Walrath, John Adam

Hall, Malissa see Domanick, Edward

Hand, Harriet see Brown [Browne], Lewis

Harder, Ina see Van Allen, James

Haven, Nancy see Rexford, Leonard

Healy, Sophia see Jenkins, Ezra

Hoke, Peggy see Snyder, James

Holmes, Mary Jane see Canfield, Emerson

Hopkins, Maria see Green, Daniel

Horn, Mary see Flint, Samuel

Houghnail, Polly see Miller, Aaron

House, Annie see Dickinson, Harry

Hurley, Harriet see Deuel, Arm.

Johnson, Ann Sarah see Hughes, William

Klock, Sarah see Walradt, Matthew

Kocher, Sarah see Wieting, Jeremiah

Koons, Libbie see Peck, Asa

Lany, Margaret see Uhle, Joseph

Lathrop, Ami see Siver, Robert

Lighthall, Eliza see Bean, George

Lighthall, Lucinda see Lints, Simon

Lighthall, Sally see Howk, Roswell

Lipe, Eliza see Nestell, Jonas

Lipe, Nancy see Saltsman, Josiah

Lutry, Sophia Mary see Countryman, William Henry

March, Mary Ann see Moyer, John

McKenzie, Jeanette see Miller, Jonas

McKneel, Betsy see Bonstadt, Charles

McNeal, Maria see Phillips, Simeon

Miller, Margaret see Lightheart, Daniel

Miller, Maria see Moyer, Joseph

Moyer, Harriet see Pettin, Robert

Moyer, Maggie see Smith, Jacob

Nellis, Lana see Failing, Philip

Hihoff, Helen see Nellis, Henry

Norton, H. Louise see Finehout, John

Pangburn, Angeline see Waggoner, Oliver

Peake, Celia see Welch, Robert

Pealer, Maria see Sanborn, Reuben

Perrine, Charlotte see Gibson, DeWitt

Perry, Sally see Burnham, Harlow

Phillips, Julia see Ludwig, Gottlieb

Pier, Cornelia see Pier, George

Putman, Nancy see Countryman, George

Quackenbosh, Maria see Quakenbosh, Abraham

Quackenbush, Kate see Cook, Samuel

Richard, Mary see Snell, Jason

Richardson, Anna see Moyer, Frederick

Richardson, Lucretia see Nellis, William

Roof, Katherine see Snell, Hiram

Sanders, Lavina see Flagg, Henry

Sanders, Sena Maria see McNeal, Calvin

Schermerhorn, Ella see Starin, Henry

Schuyler, Alicia see Fop, Oscar

Shale, Margaret see Butler, Sherman

Slater, Anna see Flint, William

Slater, Rachel see Buel, Edmund

Smith, Amanda see Moyer, George

Smith, Catherine see Capeman, Norman

Smith, Ella see Selwood, William

Smith, Hannah see Turner, Hiram

Smith, Maria see Proctor, Samuel

Snell, Mary see Shaw, Nelson

Snell, Nancy see Smith, John

Snell, Nancy see Smith, Joseph

Snow, Cordelia see Southworth, Aber

Thurber, Nancy see Schuyler, Reuben

Tuttle, Alma see Zoller, Abraham

Uttermark, Eliza see Zoller, Charles

Van Slyke, Catharine see Will, Francis

Vedder, Hannah see Smith, DeLoss

Venkite, Alvira see Harrison, Richard

Vosburgh, Martha see Dutton, George

Waggoner, Elizabeth see Couch, John

Waggoner, Nancy see Walrath, Joseph

Walrath, Elizabeth see Wilkes, Matthew

Walrath, Lucinda see Cronkhite, Sheldon

Warner, Elizabeth see Round, John

Wentworth, Maria see Adams, John

Wilber, Minerva see Bar, Robert

Wilkes, Mary see Bates, Herman

Wilkinson, Georgianna see Victory, Mamre

Wilson, Barbara Ann see Zoller, Henry

Wilson, Elizabeth see Miller, Solomon

Wilson, Polly see McNeal, Henry

Wolcott, Lucinda see Depuy, William

Wood, Rexie see Clark, William

Yerdon, Elizabeth see Kenyon, Henry

Yoran, Ann see Smith, Matthew

Yoran, Catharine see Zimmerman, Peter

Young, Margaret see Slingerland, Nicholas

Young, Nancy see Mathise, John

Youran, Katharine see Defendorf, Adam

Zolear [Zoller], Nancy see Kelly, James

Zollar [Zoller], Betsey see Diefendorf, Solomon

Zoller, Ann see Moyer, Peter

Zoller, Caroline see Moyer, Henry

Zoller, Catharine see Van Camp, John

Zoller, Catharine see Walradt, Isaac

Zoller, Margaret see Overacker, William

Zoller, Martha see Smith, Robert

Zoller, Nancy see Helmer, Adam


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