LENNOX AND ADDINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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LOVE, MARRIAGE, BETRAYAL AND OTHER EXCITEMENT IN UPPER CANADA

In Upper Canada, newspaper coverage of marital affairs was restricted to those in better economic circumstances, with occasional contributions from the 'yeomanry' (respectable farmers with aspirations). Alliances among the working class only made the newspaper when there was a possible misbehaviour or titilation to whet the appetite of the reader. It is also possible that the clergy influenced who was recorded in the papers, and who was not. Clergy may have submitted marriages as proof of achievement. Remember that this is a period of considerable disquiet about which faith could legitimately marry couples, with political overtones which might puzzle us today.

Notice the huge impact on Kingston society made by the British military presence. The officers left Kingston for postings elsewhere, but Quinte/Kingston folk continued to be interested in their fate. It is also worth remarking that the majority of the readers in this period were born in the United Kingdom and had as many or more friends and relations in the British Isles then in America. As the 19th century progressed, this would change.

The Society would like to acknowledge the work of Lesley Gavlas in arranging much of this material.

Question: What is the source of this information?

Answer: Mostly a variety of newspapers, but also some other documents if we felt that they were not commonly available. Each entry is "sourced".

Question:Please change the spelling of my ancestor's name.

Answer: We transcribe exactly what is in the source. Square brackets are used to indicate editorial changes or guesswork.

MARRIAGE, 1817

"M. Leopold, an old Advocate at Paris, has just published a little volume... Le Livres de Epoux for the means by which every class of society may become happy in marriage, in which are shown all the causes that produce miserable unions... inconveniences which result from marrying a handsome wife, advantages that accompany an ugly wife, the comforts that are to be found in a rich wife, the risks that are to be run with a young wife, the tranquility that may be enjoyed with an old wife, the contradiction to which a man subjects himself who choses a wit, and finally the annoyances for which he must be prepared should he select a fool, a coquet or a woman of goliantry [sic - probably means a shrew, a weasel-like woman]."
Kingston Gazette, October 14, 1817, p. 3, Editorial.

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Abbot, Hannah - see Ellerbeck, William

Abbot, Mary - see Kronkwright, Henry

Abbott, [Jona?]. By the Rev'd Mr. Curtous, Chaplain of the Forces, on the 14th inst., Mr. [Jona] Abbot to Miss Mary Purdy, both of this Township. [sic -Abbot]. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, January 15, 1819

Abbott, Nancy - see Schermerhorn, John

Abraham, Elizabeth - see Miller, Archibald

Adams, Lucy - see Steel, Abraham

Aird, Anne - see Markland, George

Akroyd, Stephen. On Thursday, the 10th inst., in the township of Kingston, by the Venerable Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. Stephen Aykroyd [sic] to Miss Fanny Knapp. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 15, 1826, p. 3

Alexander, Sarah - see Moore, William

Allan, William. On Friday the 27th ult. by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. William Allan of Kingston to Miss Alley Davies of Wolfe Island. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1826, p. 3

Allen, Elijah. On Monday the 6th April at Fredericksburgh, by the Rev. Mr. Macdowall [sic], Mr. Elijah Allen to Miss Ruth Harlow, both of that place. Kingston Gazette, May 5, 1818, p. 3

Alley, John. On Wed. last by the Venerable Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. John Alley to Miss Phebe B. Welply, eldest daughter of Mr. Phillip Whelply. Kingston Chronicle, March 28, 1829, p. 3

Amey, Minerva Ann - see O'Reilly, James

Anderson, John. On [Sunday], the 19th March] at Amherst Island, by the Rev. Robert McDowell, Mr. John Anderson of Fredericksburgh, to Miss Mary Ann Howard, daughter of Mr. John Howard of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, March 24, 1820, p. 3

Andrews, Margaret - see Morrill, Simeon

Andrews, Nancy - see Wright, Barnley Cole

Andrey, Henry H. In this town on Wednesday last by Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. Henry H. Andrey to Miss Elizabeth Dawson, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 18, 1815, p. 3

Annis, Ezra. At Hamilton on Monday the 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Macaulay, Mr. Ezra Annis to Miss Maria Ann Losee, both of Whitby. Kingston Chronicle, March 22, 1822, p. 3

Ansley, Samuel Jr. At Ancaster, Mr. Samuel Ansley Junior, late of this Town [Kingston] to Miss Mary Busscart of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, June 24, 1825, p. 3

Arbuckle, Isabella - see Scott, James

Armstrong, James. At Kingston, Corporal James Armstrong to Catharine Gordon. Kingston Gazette, January 27, 1816, p. 3

Armstrong, James. At Montreal, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. Robert Easton, Mr. James Armstrong, Merchant of Kingston, to Jane, third daughter of Mr. William Matthews of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, October 24, 1823, p. 3

Armstrong, Mary - see Divell, Thomas

Arnold, Charlotte - see Littlepage, William

Arnold, Michael. On Wednesday, the 2nd of April, Mr. Michael Arnold to Miss Mary Ann Loney, by licence. Kingston Gazette, April 5, 1817, p. 3

Artistic accomplishments. Painting on Velvet.A select class of young Ladies has commenced in the above fashionable acquirement, at Miss Beckwith's Seminary, where specimens may be seen and particulars known. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 21, 1821, p. 1

Arweter, John. Notice is hereby given that any person found employing or harbouring my son, John Arweter, within the Province of Upper Canada, after this date, shall be prosecuted to the utmost rigour of the law. Leonard Arweter, Kingston, 2nd Nov., 1826. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 10, 1826, p. 3

Ashley, John. On Sunday the 27th [Feb.], Mr. John Ashley to Miss Elizabeth Burnet. Kingston Chronicle, March 3, 1820, p. 3

Askew, Thomas. On the same evening [Thursday, the 18th inst.] Mr. Thomas Askew to Mrs. Fowler. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Asselstine, Michael. On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. Michael Asselstine to Miss Catharine Fraser, daughter of Isaac Fraser, Esq. M.P., of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 12, 1819, p. 3

Asselstine, Peter. On Tuesday, 6th June, Mr. Peter Asselstine to Miss Eve Snider. [This may be one of the marriages performed by Rev. Stoughton at Bath.] Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3

Asselstine, Peter. At Bath by the Rev. J. Stoughton, on the 16th ult., Mr. Peter Asselstine to Miss Mary Martin. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1824, p. 3

Atkins, Robert. On Sunday afternoon, the 26th inst., by Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Robert Atkins to Miss Martha Purdy, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, July 28, 1818, p.3

Atkinson, James. On Tuesday, the 13th inst., Mr. James Atkinson to Miss Mary Pember. Kingston Gazette, January 20, 1818, p. 3

Atkinson, Robert. Whereas Hannah, my wife, has left my bed and board without any provocation, this is therefore to forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting after this date. Robert Atkinson, Kingston, March 25, 1815. Kingston Gazette, March 24, 1815.

Atkinson, Robert. Whereas my wife, Hannah, has left my bed and board without any just provocation, this is therefore to forbid all persons harbouring or trusting her on my account, as I will not pay any debts she may contract after this date. Robert Atkinson, Kingston, 4th Sept., 1819. Kingston Chronicle, September 10, 1819, p. 3

Avidjo, Thomas Richardson. In England, Sept. 18, Thomas Richardson Avidjo, Esq., late of the 18th Royal Irish, to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of the late William McGillivray, Esq. of Beinyhael, in the Island of Mull, and of St. Antoine House, near Montreal, Lower Canada. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1826, p. 3

Axman, William. On Tuesday, the 19th inst., in this town, by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. William Axman to Miss Susannah Hoff, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, February 24, 1818, p. 3

Aylsworth, Benjamin. [On the 28th Sept.] Mr. Benjamin Aylsworth of Ernest Town, to Miss Mary Simmon [sic], of Fredericksburgh. Kingston Chronicle, October 15, 1819, p. 3

Aylesworth, David. At Bath, on the 9th inst.[sic], Mr. David Aylesworth to Ann, second daughter of Isaac Fraser, Esq., all of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Ayrhart, Christian - see Coslow, James

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Badgely, Mary - see Price, E.

Baillie, G., Miss - see Baxter, George

Baker, Abigail - see Hill, David B.

Baker, Charles. On the 23rd current, Charles Baker to Margaret Morrow, both of Cramahe. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1826, p. 3

Baker, Elizabeth - see Herchmer, Lawrence

Baker, John. On Wed. last, by the Rev. John Barclay, John Baker of Kingston to Miss Christine, fourth daughter of Mr. Peter McArthur of Charlottenburg, County of Glengary. Kingston Chronicle, August 18, 1826, p.3

Baker, Joseph. On Saturday, the 3d instant, by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Joseph Baker to Miss Helen Myers. Kingston Gazette, January 20, 1818, p. 3

Baker, Ira, Mrs. - see Webster, Parker

Baldwin, John. On Wednesday, the 27th ult., by the Hon. and Rev. Dr. Strachan, John Baldwin, Esq. to Mrs. Scott, widow of Dr. Scott, R.N. and daughter of the late Major General Shaw. Kingston Chronicle, March 22, 1822, p. 3

Ball, Solomon. On the 28th inst., at Bath, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Solomon Ball, to Miss Sarah Peters, both of the township of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 30, 1819, p. 3

Bariet, Joseph. In this town on Monday last by Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. Joseph Bariet [sic] to Miss Juliana Bennet. Kingston Gazette, October 22, 1814, p. 2

Barley, Mary - see Reid, Peter.

Barnhart, Samuel. On the 28th Sept. Mr. Samuel Barnhart to Miss Mary Ann Sills, both of Fredericksburgh. Kingston Chronicle, October 15, 1819, p. 3

Barrett, Oliver. On Wednesday the 18th inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Oliver Barrett to Miss Phoebe Purdy. Kingston Gazette, April 17, 1817, p. 3

Barrett, Sarah - see Holden, Sylvester

Barrie. Arrived at Point Frederick on Saturday morning last, from England via New York and Sackett's Harbor, the Lady of Commissioner Barrie and family. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, May 12, 1820, p. 3

Bartels, W.I.P. On Sunday evening the 14th September [1817] by the Rev. Robert McDowell, Mr. W.I.P. Bartels of Ernest Town, to Miss Mary Carscallen of Camden. Kingston Gazette, September 30, 1817, p. 3

Baxter, George. At Barriefield, on Sunday the 24th inst., by the Rev. J. Wilson, Mr. George Baxter of this Town [Kingston], to Miss G. Baillie, of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, June 29, 1821, p. 3

Beacon, James. On the 27th ult., Mr. James Beacon of Sophiasburgh, to Miss Mary Trader of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, March 29, 1822, p. 3

Beagle, Sarah - see Mallory, Edwin

Beauchamp, Francis. On Monday, the 19th instant, Francis Beauchamp to Miss Josette Denny of Amherst Island. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 24, 1816, p. 3

Beckwith - see artistic accomplishments.

Bedell, Elizabeth - see Hancock, James

Begly, Mary - see Brennan, Michael

Bell, Caroline (Ernesttown) - see Blanchard, Anson

Bell, John. At Bath by the Rev. John Stoughton, on the 26th March, Mr. John Bell to Miss Peters, both of Camden. Kingston Chronicle, April 13, 1821, p. 3

Bell, Margeret - see Luke, James Junior

Bell, Sarah Marie - see Pringle, Daniel

Bell, Stephen Ferguson. At Belleville, on Tuesday the 28th inst., by the Rev. T. Campbell, Stephen Ferguson, son of William Bell, Esq., to Julia, second daughter of George Ridick. Kingston Chronicle, January 28, 1825, p. 3

Benedict, Cyrus R. On Saturday, the 23rd ult., by the Rev. ArchDeadon Stuart, Mr. Cyrus R. Benedict to Miss Ann Ives, both of this town. Kingston Chronicle, March 29, 1822, p. 3

Bennam, Henry. On the 4th inst., Mr. Henry Bennam to Miss Jane Westin, both of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, March 29, 1822, p. 3

Bennet, Juliana - see Bariet, Joseph

Bennett, Elvan. On Wednesday the 31st January, Mr. Elvan Bennett, to Miss Susannah Davis, both of Wolfe Island. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 3, 1816, p. 3

Bentley, Emily - see Kirby, James

Bentley, Thomas H. On Thursday evening by the Rev. Dr. Stuart, Mr. Thomas H. Bentley, Printer, to Miss Eliza Olcott. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 27, 1828, p. 2

Bethune, A.N., Rev. At West Flamboro, by the Rev. R. Leeming, on Tuesday the 17th ult., the Rev. A.N. Bethune, Rector of Grimsby, U.C., fifth son of the late Rev. John Bethune of Glengary, and formerly Chaplain to His Majesty's 84th Regt. of Foot, to Miss Jane Eliza Crooks, eldest daughter of James Crooks, Esq., of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1827, p. 2

Bethune, Cecelia - see Kirby, John

Bethune - see Henry, Robert

Bethune, Catharine - see Dunlop, James

Bidwell, Marshall Spring. At Ernest Town, on Tuesday, the 1st inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Marshall S. Bidwell of Kingston to Miss Clara Willcox of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, September 8, 1818, p. 3

Billings, Isa, Mr. On the same evening [Saturday the 20th of January] Mr. Isa Billings to Miss Sophia Davy, both of the same village [Ernest Town]. Kingston Gazette, January 27, 1816, p. 3

Birch, the widow - see Clark, James

Bird, Benjamin. [On Tuesday, the 17th day of Nov.,1818, by the Rev. Official Stuart] ...Mr. Benjamin Bird to Elizabeth Graham, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, December 18, 1818, p. 3

Bird, James Charles. On Wednesday, the 25th of May last, by the Rev. John Wilson, Naval Chaplain, Mr. James Charles Bird to Miss Elizabeth Howard. Kingston Chronicle, June 18, 1819

Birdsall, Richard. At Hamilton, on the 23rd Oct., Mr. Richard Birdsall, Surveyor, to Miss Elizabeth Burnham, eldest daughter of Zacheus Burnham, Esquire, of the said Township. Kingston Chronicle, Nov.9, 1821, p. 3

Bissinette, Julia - see Short, Charles

Black, Sarah - see Cummins, James

Blanchard, Anson. At Ernest Town on Wednesday, 28th January, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Anson Blanchard to Miss Caroline Bell, both of that place. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 21, 1829, p. 2

Blanchard, Mary Louisa - see Stoughton, James

Blanchard, Stephen. On the same day [21st ult.] at Belleville, Mr. Stephen Blanchard to Miss Nancy Hall, both of the same place. Kingston Chronicle, June 7, 1822, p. 3

Bodreuil, Magdelen - see Galloway, Henry

Booth, John F. At Bath, by the Rev. J. Stoughton, on the 22nd ult., Mr. John F. Booth to Miss Elizabeth Bristol, all of Ernesttown. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1825, p. 3

Boselly, Elizabeth - see Ross, Walter

Boulton, Henry John. At Brockville, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Bethune, Henry John Boulton of York, Esq., son of the Hon. Mr. Justice Boulton, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Ephraim Jones, Esq., deceased. Kingston Gazette, May 26, 1818, p. 3

Bowerman, Sarah - see Garrat, Townsend

Bowerman, Stephen. At Hallowell, on Sunday the 13th inst., Mr. Stephen Bowerman to Miss Phoebe Garrat, by James Cotter, Esq. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 29, 1818, p.3

Bowes, Robert - On Sunday, the 24th inst., by the Rev. G.O. Stuart, Mr. Robert Bowes, to Miss Margaret Ford. Kingston Chronicle, June 29, 1821, p. 3

Boyes, John. On Sunday, the 8th inst., Mr. John Boyes to Miss Mary Webster, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, May 13, 1825, p. 3

Bradberry, Esther (England) - see Whitehead, Jerry

Bradford, William, Lieut. At Montreal, on Saturday, the 6th inst., by the Rev. John Bethune, Lieut. William Bradford, on half pay of the 8th (or King's) Regiment of Foot, to Miss Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry Dow of that city. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Bradshaw, William. Married on Sunday the 11th instant, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. William Bradshaw to Miss Deborah Herns, both of Fredericksburgh. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 24, 1816, p. 3

Branscom, John. February 17th, by the Rev. Wm. Macaulay, at Picton, Mr. John Branscom to Miss Elizabeth Clarke, both of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, April 11, 1829, p. 2

Brass, John. Some time since by the Rev. Mr. Stuart, John Brass, Ensign in the Frontenac Militia, to Miss Elizabeth Mathias who parted in good friendship as soon as married. Kingston Gazette, October 23, 1813, p. 3

Breakenridge, Betsey - see Dougall, John

Breeze, Hannah - see Coy, John

Breitnece, George. In this town on the 3rd instant, Mr. George Breitnece to Miss Mary Lalonde. On the 4th inst., Mr. Daniel Switzer to Miss Levina Purdy. And on the same day, Mr. Thos Wellman to Miss Hannah Findle. Kingston Chronicle, May 14, 1819.

Brenan, Barnabus. On Tuesday, the 12th instant, in Adolphustown, by the Rev. Official [sic] Stuart, Mr. Barnabus Brenan [sic] of Kingston to Miss Elizabeth Peterson of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, Jan. 29, 1819

Brennan, Michael. On the 1st inst., by the Rev. Wm. Fraser, Mr. Michael Brennan of Kingston, Merchant, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Hugh Begly, late of Coleraine, County Londonderry, Ireland. Kingston Chronicle, March 7, 1829, p. 3

Brewer, Philip. On Monday, the 14th inst., Mr. Philip Brewer to Miss Elizabeth King. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Briscoe, ? Miss - see Wilkes, James

Briscoe, Elizabeth - see Shorey, Miles

Bristol, Elizabeth - see Booth, John F.

Bristol, Sarah - see Rose, Joseph

Bristol, Susannah - see Way, Daniel S.

Brock, ? Mr. (of Three Rivers). At Three Rivers, Mr. Brock, Paymaster of the 49th Foot, to Louisa, second daughter of the Rev. R. Q. Short, Rector of that place. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 12, 1812, p. 3

Brock, John. On Tuesday, the 23rd inst., John Brock to Miss Ruth Hawley, both of the township of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, January 16, 1816, p. 3

Brooke, D. On Sunday last, Mr. D. Brooke, merchant to Miss Playter, daughter of Mr. Playter, both of this place. Kingston Chronicle, January 14, 1820, p. 3

Brookes, Nancy - see Hart, Peter

Brooks, Edward. At Bath on the 9th inst. [sic] by the Rev. J. Stoughton, Mr. Edward Brooks to Miss Sarah Yeomans, both of Camden. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Brooks, Elizabeth - see McNabb, Allan Napier

Broughton, William. On Tuesday, the 25th ult., by Thomas Dorland, Esq., Mr. William Broughton to Miss Alley Rutter [sic] both of Adolphustown. Kingston Chronicle, July 5, 1822, p. 3

Brown, Claude. At Niagara on Thursday the 14th instant, Claude Brown Esquire, Deputy Assistant Commissary General, to Miss Eliza Symington, of that place. Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Brown, David Bucklen. At Bath on the 9th inst. [sic], Mr. David Bucklen Brown to Sarah, eldest daughter of Isaac Fraser, Esq., Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Brown, Elias. Elias Brown of Belleville married to Polly Ruttan of Fredericksburgh by Licence issued Adolphustown October 20th, 1825. Bondsmen Allen Vanalstine of Marysburgh, Gentleman and Jacob Hoover of Marysburgh, Gentleman. Old Marriage Bond, L&A County Museum

Brown, Elizabeth - see Card, Joshua Perry

Brown, John. At Hallowell, on the 13th [inst.] by Bradley Dorland Esq., Mr. John Brown to Miss Mary Runnels, both of that place. Kingston Chronicle, April 14, 1820, p. 3

Brown, John (of Niagara). At Niagara on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Burns, Mr. John Brown, proprietor of the Niagara Mansion House Hotel, to Miss Mary Dowling. Kingston Chronicle, March 31, 1820, p. 3

Brown, William, Rev. At Potsdam, State of New York, on the 16th inst., by Jabez Willes, Esq., the Rev. William Brown of Wolford, U.C., to Miss Lucy Miles of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, December 31, 1824, p. 3

Brownson, Samuel. Married in this town, Tuesday evening inst. by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, by licence, Mr. Samuel Brownson to Mrs. Sarah Smith, both of Fredericksburgh, aged 60 years each, this being his third wife and her fifth husband. Kingston Gazette, June 2, 1814, p. 4

Bryant, James. By the Rev. G.O. Stuart, on Sunday the 14th inst., Mr. James Bryant to Miss Jane Powell. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Buchanan, Jane - see Watkins, Richard

Buck, Catherine - see Hustin, David

Buckley, Barnard. The Public are hereby cautioned against trusting Barnard Buckley, my husband, as I am resolved in future to pay no debt of his contracting. Mary Buckley, Kingston, July 20th, 1826. Kingston Chronicle, Aug. 4, 1826, p. 5

Bull, Patricia - see Garrat, William

Bull, Phoebe - see Cronkhite, Jo.

Burnet, Elizabeth - see Ashley, John

Burnet, Matthew. In this town on the 22nd inst. by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. Matthew Burnet to Miss Elizabeth Silver (by licence). Kingston Gazette, Oct. 31, 1815, p. 3

Burnham, Elizabeth - see Birdsall, Richard

Burnham, James. At Elizabethtown on the 21st ultimo, by James Breckenridge, Esq., Mr. James Burnham, late of Burlington, Vt. to Miss Olive Seely. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 6, 1810, p. 3

Burrows, Stephen (daughter of). Three Rivers - This day at the Ursuline Convent, Miss Burrows, daughter of Stephen Burrows, formerly of the U.S., embraced the Holy Order of St. Ursuline, and received the White Veil. Kingston Gazette, July 29, 1817, p. 3

Busscart, Mary - see Ansley, Samuel Jr.

Butter, Isabella - see Moule, G.W.

Byrne, ?, Rev. In Richmond [village], by the Rev. Mr. Harris of Perth, on the 1st inst., the Rev. Mr. Byrne, about 70 years of age, to Miss Enoug, about 15, both of Richmond. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 26, 1824, p. 3

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Callaghan, Ann - see Corbett, Patrick

Camaber, Mirian - see William Robinson

Cameron, John. Whereas Ann McDonnell, my wife, left my bed and board on or about February, 1820, without any cause or reason whatever; this is therefore to give notice that I will not pay any debts of her contracting since she absented herself. John Cameron, Blacksmith, McMartin's Mills, 31 March, 1821. In Kingston Chronicle, June 8, 1821, p. 4

Campbell, Elizabeth Sarah - see Spragg, John

Campbell, John Duncan. Last Sat. at the residence of His Honour Judge Reid, by the Rev. John Bethune, John Duncan Campbell, Esq., Partner in the North West Company, to Eliza [illegible] eldest daughter of John MacDonnel, Esq. [sic] of Cornwall, U.C. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 18, 1822, p. 3

Caniff, John. In Belleville, 4th inst., Mr. John Caniff to Miss Proudfoot, both of that place. Kingston Gazette, March 1, 1817, p. 3

Cannochan, Hugh. On Tuesday inst., by the Rev. John Barclay, Mr. Hugh Cannochan to Miss Margaret Lawson, both resident in Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, August 18, 1826, p. 3

Cannon, David. On Tuesday the 29th by the Rev. Robert McDowell, Mr. David Cannon of Kingston to Miss Susannah Chatterson of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 6, 1818, p. 3

Cannon, Nancy - see Harvard, Russel

Card, Joshua Perry. At Waterloo [Kingston township] by the Rev. Official Stuart, on the 27th ult., Joshua Perry Card to Miss Elizabeth Brown. Kingston Chronicle, May 5, 1820, p. 3

Carrol, William O. At Presque'Isle on the 7th instant, by James Young, Esq. Mr. William O. Carrol of this Town to Miss Jemima, second daughter of Eliakim Correy, Esq. of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, Jan. 29, 1819

Carscallen, Isaac. At Bath on Tuesday, the 15th inst., by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Isaac Carscallen to Miss Esther Shorey, both of Fredericksburgh. Kingston Chronicle, August 18, 1820, p. 3

Carscallen, Mary - see Bartels, W.I.P.

Carthy, Elizabeth - see Goldsmith, David

Carvey, William. William [Carvey - could this be a corruption of Garvey?] of Ernestown married to Mary Anne Madden, [spinstress] of the same place by Licence issued December 3rd, 1827. Bondsmen John Clarke Esquire of Ernestown and Peter Poley, Innkeeper of Adolphustown. Old Marriage Bond, L&A County Museum

Case, Abner. On Sunday the 16th, Mr. Abner Case and Miss Clarissa Wilsey, both of Pittsburgh [township]. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1820, p. 3

Casey, Phebee - see Johnson, Henry A.

Caswell, Phebe - see Clow, Peter

Catterick, Thomas. In this town [Kingston] on Monday evening the 8th instant, by Rev. Official Stuart, Thomas Catterick to Miss Ann Saymon, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, Sept.9, 1817, p.3

Caverly, Elizabeth - see Nugent, Richard

Caverly, Mary - see Woolfe, John

Chalmers, Archibald. On Sunday, the 27th inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. Archibald Chalmers to Miss Isabel Jennings. Kingston Chronicle, April 1, 1825, p. 3

Charnley, Jane - see Hall, James

Chase, Elizabeth - see Wilkinson, Edward

Chatterson, Susannah - see Cannon, David

Cherry, Ann - see Rite, Samuel

Chesnutt, William. On Thursday the 2nd inst. by the Rev. John Wilson, Mr. William Chesnutt to Miss Sarah Glassup. Kingston Chronicle, March 20, 1820, p. 3

Chisholm, Jane - see McDonell, William, Capt.

Clapp, Elizabeth - see Fairfield, John

Clapp, James. At Hallowell on the 7th inst., Mr. James Clapp to Miss Rachel Palmatere of Marysburgh. Kingston Chronicle, April 23, 1819

Clapp, Mary. I am under the disagreeable necessity of forbidding all persons from trusting or harboring my wife, Mary Clapp, on any account, as I will not pay any debts of her contracting after this date. Gilbert Clapp, Adolphustown, 25 September,1823. Kingston Chronicle, October 10, 1823, p. 3

Clapp, Paul. In Adolphus Town, on Monday the 1st January, Mr. Paul Clapp to Miss Margaret Van Horn, both of Adolphus Town. Kingston Gazette, January 6, 1816, p. 3

Clark, George Alexander. At Fredericksburgh on Thursday evening the 9th inst., by the Revd. Robert MacDowell, Mr. George Alexander Clark to Miss Margaret Finkle, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Jacob Finkle. Kingston Chronicle, September 24, 1819, p. 3

Clark, Hannah - see Couper, George

Clark, James. On Saturday the 18th inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic] Mr. James Clark, Watch-maker to Mrs. Birch, relict of the late Lieut. Birch, R. Navy. Kingston Chronicle, September 24, 1819, p. 3

Clark, Robert Junior. At Bath on Wednesday the 4th July, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Robert Clark jun. to Miss Elizabeth Stover, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820, p. 3

Clarke, Elizabeth (of Hallowell) - see Branscom, John

Clarke, Simon Junior. At Montreal, on Saturday, 1st Dec., by the Rev. Mr. Esson, Simon Clarke Junr., Esq., Lieut. of the late Canadian Voltigeurs, to Miss Mary Rochleau, formerly of Kingston, Upper Canada. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 14, 1821, p. 3

Clench, Eliza Euretta - see Richardson, Charles

Clinch, Freeman S. At Ameliasburgh, on the 19th July, by the Rev. R. McDowall, Mr. Freeman S. Clinch to Miss Eliza C. Cory. Kingston Chronicle, July 28, 1820, p. 3

Clow, Peter. [By Henry Bogart Esq.] Mr. Peter Clow to Miss Phebe Caswell, eldest daughter of Lemuel Caswell, Esq. Kingston Gazette, November 6, 1810, p. 3

Clowes, Mary - see Lefevre, Clement, Rev.

Clute, Richard G. of Hallowell married Sara Ann Goldsmith of Hallowell, Midland District on March 12, 1810, by licence. Produced a licence from His Excellency Francis Gore, Lt. Governor of Upper Canada, bearing date the 8th day of March, 1810. Stephen Conger, Hallowell. Marriage Register of Stephen Conger, Magistrate, 1803-1823

Cochrane, Margaret - see Fisher, William

Cockburn, Eliza - see Hope, Frederick, Capt.

Coleman, ? Captain. At Ernest Town on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. McDowall, Capt. Coleman of the Provincial Light Dragoons, to Miss Sarah Ann Everett, daughter of Major John Everett of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 1, 1814, p. 3

Coleman, Abel George. On the 8th inst., by the Rev. Thos. Handcock, Mr. Abel Geo. Coleman of Elizabeth Town in the District of Johnstown, to Miss Lavra Lewis, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 10, 1829, p. 2

Collard, Abraham. On the 25th inst., by the Rev. Thomas Handcock, Mr. Abraham Collard Jun'r, of Loughborough, to Miss Esther Harper of the township of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, March 28, 1829, p. 3

Collins, Mary - see Switzer, Philip

Comber, Henry. On Tuesday last, by the Rev. John Wilson, Mr. Henry Comber to Miss Mercy Maria Lockwood, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, Jan. 8, 1819

Conger, Nancy Langhorn - see Roblin, John

Coomer, Margaret - see Lee, Levi

Conklin, Ellen - see Hatch, Chester

Conklin, Mary - see Purvis, Thomas

Cook, W.P. On the 5th inst. by the Rev. W.R. Payne, Chaplain of H.M. Dock Yard, Mr. W.P. Cook of the Ordnance Dept., to Mrs. Bridget Lindsay. Kingston Chronicle, Aug. 9, 1828, p. 3

Cooney, Jacob of Ameliasburgh married Susanah Pine of Ameliasburgh on September 22, 1818. N.B. Traviled [sic] ten miles through the mud and got nothing for it. Stephen Conger, Hallowell. Marriage Register of Stephen Conger, Magistrate, 1803-1823

Cooper, David. On Thursday, the 1th inst., David Cooper, Seaman, to Margaret Stormes. Kingston Gazette, January 13, 1816, p. 3

Cooper, James. On Monday, the 31st day of March, by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. James Cooper to Miss Mary Lewis, after the publication of banns. Kingston Gazette, April 5, 1817, p. 3

Corbett, George F. At Quebec, on the 10th inst., Mr. George F. Corbett, eldest son of Patrick Corbett, Esq., Town Mayor of Kingston, to Miss Glasgow, daughter of the late General Glasgow, Royal Artillery. Kingston Chronicle, November 19, 1824, p. 3

Corbett, Patrick. At Montreal, on Monday evening, Patrick Corbett, Esq., Town Major, Kingston (U.C.) to Mrs. Ann Callaghan, widow of the late John Hindes, Adjutant of the 68th Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, August 29, 1823, p. 3

Correy, Jemima - see Carrol, William O.

Cory, Amanda - see Deacon, Andrew

Cory, Eliza C. - see Clinch, Freeman S.

Coslow, James. By Richard Parris Esquire, Mr. James Coslow to Miss Christian Ayrhart all of Camden. Kingston Chronicle, April 16, 1819

Couper, George, M.D. At Montreal, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Esson, Mr. George Couper, Surgeon, Belleville, Upper Canada, to Hannah, daughter of the late James Clark, Esq., Airth, near Falkirk, Scotland. Kingston Chronicle, July 12, 1822, p. 3

Coy, John. [On Monday Evening last] Mr. John Coy, Taylor [sic], to Hannah Breeze. Kingston Gazette, January 18, 1817, p. 3

Coyle, Michael. By the Rev. William Fraser, on the 11th last, Mr. Michael Coyle, Merchant, and Mrs. Catharine Grant, alias Donnahoe, both of this town. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Crawford, [Elizabeth Lloyd] - see Sills, John

Cronkhite, Jo. At Cape Vincent on the 3d inst., Jo. [sic - likely Jonathon] Cronkhite to Phoebe Bull, both of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, March 7, 1823, p. 3

Crooks, Jane Eliza - see Bethune, A.N., Rev.

Crookshank, ? - see Macaulay, James

Crookshank, Eliza - see Otty

Crookshank, George. On Thursday evening the 19th ult., at St. Matthews Church in Wilton, Connecticut, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Hon. George Crookshank of York to Miss Sarah Susannah Lambert, daughter of the late David Lambert Esq., of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, August 3, 1821, p. 3

Cumming, Mary Catharine - see Shiels, James

Cummings, Isabella - see Innes, Robert

Cummins, James. On Tuesday, the 4th day of May last, by the Rev. Official [sic] Stuart, Mr. James Cummins to Miss Sarah Black. Kingston Chronicle, June 18, 1819

Curtis, Lydia - see Graves, William

Cutherbertson, James. On Friday, the 22nd inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. James Cuthbertson to Mrs. Mary Easthope. Kingston Chronicle, April 1, 1825, p. 3

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Dal, David. On Sunday the 14th of March, by the Rev. Robt. Dowal, [sic], Mr. David Dal to Mrs. Hannah Thomas. Kingston Chronicle, April 2, 1819

Dallas, Eliza - see McLean, Alexander

Dancing School - - Mr. Tobias respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Kingston and its vicinity that his DANCING SCHOOL will commence on Monday the 1st of November, at Mr. Darley's Assembly Room, in main street. Hours of tuition for young Ladies from half past 1 o'clock until half past 5 o'clock p.m. and from 6 until 9 from for Gentlemen. No spectators will be admitted, except the parents and guardians of their young Ladies and Gentlemen who attend the school. Kingston, 18 Oct. 1819. Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Dancing. On Monday last there was a splendid Ball and Supper at the Royal Hotel, in honour of His Majesty's Coronation. The Ballroom was neatly decorated with evergreens and transparencies and exhibited a gay spectacle of all the beauty and fashion which the combined forces of the Military, Navy and Citizens could muster. The company sat down to supper at twelve o'clock; and after toasting His Majesty with due affection, returned to the ballroom, where they continued to enjoy by turns the sober country dance and sprightly quadrille till near four o'clock next morning. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 14, 1821, p. 3. [The transparencies were glass slides which were projected on the walls by means of primitive projectors. The same was done outside the next day, on the walls of buildings, as part of a "general illumination" which included placing candles in every window. The lower orders celebrated the coronation with a bonfire and the roasting of an ox.] "The next Kingston Assembly will take place at the Royal Hotel on Friday Evening the 21st inst., dancing to commence at 8:00 o'clock..." Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 14, 1821, p. 1

Dancing. Mr. McIntyre most respectfully informs the young Ladies and Gentlemen of Kingston, that he has commenced to teach Dancing at Mr. Daniel Brown's, Kingston Hotel, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays each day from three to five o'clock, and from seven to nine o'clock P.M. Kingston, January 18, 1822. Kingston Chronicle, March 15, 1822, p. 1

Dancing. There will be a BALL and SUPPER at the Royal Hotel on Tuesday Evening the 23d inst. in honor of his Majesty's birt day. -- Subscription list left with Mr. Hart. Dancing to commence at 9 precisely. Kingston, April 19th, 1822. Kingston Chronicle same day.

David, John. On the 25th January, Mr. John David to Miss Phoebe Peters, of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 25, 1820, p. 3

Davidson, Jane - see Marshall, A.

Davies, Alley - see Allan, William

Davis, Andrew. At Adolphustown, on Tuesday the 12th inst., by Rev. Job Deacon, Mr. Andrew Davis to Miss Jane Roblin, both of Adolphustown. Kingston Chronicle, November 5, 1824, p. 3

Davis, John. On Wednesday last, the 16th inst., by the Rev. John Barclay, Mr. John Davis to Miss Olive Spur, both residents of Long Island. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Davis, Richard. Ran-Away. From the subscriber, on the 15th October, an indented apprentice by the name of Richard Davis, is twelve years and eight months old, wore away a pair of grey colored woolen trowsers and vest, a butternut colored coat, black hat and thick shoes. Whoever will return said apprentice to the subscriber shall receive six pence reward, but no charges paid. All persons are hereby forbid harbouring to trusting him on my account, as I will not pay any debts of his contracting after this date. Richard F. Gardiner, Sophiasburgh, October 18, 1817. Kingston Gazette, November 4, 1817, p.4

Davis, Richard. On Wednesday, the 3d inst., Mr. Richard Davis to Miss Catherine Grey. Kingston Chronicle, July 12, 1822, p. 3

Davis, Susannah - see Bennett, Elvan

Davison, Charles. By Henry Bogart, Esq., Mr. Charles Davison of Salisbury, N.Y., to Miss Sarah Wright, youngest daughter of Samuel Wright, Esq. Kingston Gazette, November 6, 1810, p. 3

Davy, Sophia - see Billings, Isa

Dawson, Elizabeth - see Andrey, Henry H.

Dawson, Jane - see Moody, James

Dawson, John. On Tuesday the 30th Oct. by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. John Dawson of Kingston to Miss Mary Grant of Pittsburgh [U.C.]. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 9, 1821, p. 3

Dawson, Rachel - see Spence, John

Day, Hannah - see Wartman, Barnabas

Day, Henry. Tues. the 22d ult., Mr. Henry Day to Miss Eliza Ryder. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 8, 1822, p. 3

Day, Rhoda - see Wartman, Peter Day, [Walter?] In this town [Kingston] on Tuesday, the 20th ult., by the Rev. G.O. Stuart, Mr. [Walter - nearly illegible] Day to Miss Mary Rider. Kingston Chronicle, April 13, 1821, p. 3

Dayton, Phoebe Ann - see Willard, Andrew Phelps W.

Deacon, Andrew. At Ameliasburgh, on Wednesday, the 18th ultimate, by Beadle Dorland, Esq., Mr. Andrew Deacon to Miss Amanda Cory. Kingston Chronicle, May 5, 1820, p. 3

Deacon, Thomas. In this Town on Saturday evening last by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. Thomas Deacon to Miss Margaret Russell, daughter of Mr. James Russell. Kingston Gazette, May 4, 1814, p. 3

De La Hay, Eliza - see Stephenson, Edward

Demill, Amy - see Smith, George

Demill, Anthony. Married in this town [Kingston] by the Rev. Dr. Stuart, Mr. Anthony Demill, to Miss Amy Rusell. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 4, 1810, p. 3

Demorest, Elizabeth - see Steel, Matthew

Dennis, Joseph. On Thursday evening, the 4th January, Mr. Joseph Dennis to Miss Mary Stoughton. Kingston Gazette, January 6, 1816, p. 3

Dennis, Rebeckah - see Richardson, James

Denny, Josette - see Beauchamp, Francis

Desrevieres, James McGill. On Tuesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Lasaulnier, James McGill Desrevieres, Esquire, to Caroline, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Frobisher, Esq., both of [Montreal]. (Copied from Montreal Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 28, 1820, p. 3

Detlor, George H. At Adolphustown on Tuesday the 2nd last, by Thomas Dorland, Esq., Mr. George H. Detlor, of the firm of Thomson and Detlor, to Miss Roblin. Kingston Gazette, June 9, 1818, p. 3

De Varney, ?, Mr. In [New Orleans], Mr. De Varney, aged 67, to widow Susan Emery, aged 16. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Dimond, John Junior. John Dimond Jun'r [sic] of Fredericksburgh, farmer, married to Elizabeth [Gifford] of Richmond by Licence issued 30th April, 1827, Adolphustown. Bondsmen Abram Prindle of Fredericksburgh, tradesman and John Allen of Adolphustown, Gentleman. Old Marriage Bond, L&A County Museum

Divell, Thomas - On Sunday, the 18th, Mr. Thomas Divell to Miss Mary Armstrong of Pittsburgh [township]. Kingston Gazette, January 20, 1818, p. 3

Donnahoe, Catherine - see Coyle, Michael

Dorland, John. At Adolphustown on Thursday the 27th of May, Mr. John Dorland, aged 70, to Mrs. Sarah Smith, aged 57 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 9, 1820, p. 3

Dougall, John. David. In Augusta, on Tuesday, the 9th inst., by special licence, by the Rev. Robert Blakey, Mr. John Dougall, Merchant of Hallowell, to Betsey, daughter of David Breakenridge, Esq. of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 26, 1824, p. 3

Dougherty, Bernard. By the Rev. A. Grier of Carrying Place on the 17th current, Bernard Dougherty to Margaret Simpson, both of Cramahe. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1826, p. 3

Douglass, Mary W. - see Kerr, Robert I.

Dow, Eliza - see Bradford, William

Dowling, Mary - see Brown, John (Niagara)

Driscoll, Patrick. On Sunday the 19th, Mr. Patrick Driscoll to Miss Elizabeth Franklin of Pittsburgh [township]. Kingston Chronicle, March 24, 1820, p. 3

Dumphie, Thomas. On Monday, the 7th day of December, 1818, Thomas Dumphie to Jane Kearns, after publication of the banns. Kingston Gazette, December 29, 1818, p. 3

Dunlop, James (of Lancaster). On Sunday, the 26th instant, by the Rev. John McKenzie of Williamstown, Mr. James Dunlop, Merchant, to Miss Catharine Bethune, both of Lancaster, U.C. Kingston Chronicle, March 31, 1820, p. 3

Duvey, Sophiah - see Myers, Walter

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Easthope, Mary - see Cuthbertson, James

Ellerbeck, Jane - see Smith, Thomas (Kingston)

Ellerbeck, Mary - see Jackson, John L.

Ellerbeck, Richard. A short time since, at Ameliasburgh, Mr. Richard Ellerbeck of Kingston to Miss Hannah Pearsons of the former place. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 23, 1813, p. 3

Ellerbeck, William. At Bath, on Sunday the 23rd instant, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. William Ellerbeck to Miss Hannah Abbot, both of the Township of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 28, 1820, p. 3

Elson, Joseph. In this town by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic] on Sunday, the 31st December, Mr. Joseph Elson to Miss Mary Starts. Kingston Gazette, January 6, 1816, p. 3 [Note: could 'Starts' be 'Staats' ?]

Emery, Susan (of New Orleans) - see De Varney

England, William. On the 8th inst., at Belleville, Mr. William England, merchant of that place, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr. John McIntosh. Kingston Gazette, March 17, 1818, p. 3

Enouf, ? (Miss) - see Byrne, ?, Rev.

Ermantinger, Anna Maria - see Garrett, George

Essen, Henry, Rev. On Monday, the 7th inst., by the Rev. Edward Black, the Rev. Henry Essen, A.M., of the Scotch Kirk, to Miss Maria, third daughter of Campbell Sweeny, Esq. Copied from Montreal Gazette. Kingston Chronicle, July 18, 1823, p. 3

Everett, Charlotte - see Turnbull, John

Everett, Sarah Ann - see Coleman, Captain

Everitt, Daniel. On Thursday Evening last, by the Rev. Mr. John Wilton, Mr. Daniel Everitt, merchant of Belleville, to Miss Mary Ann Hawley, of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, March 24, 1818, p. 3

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Fagan, John. At Hallowell, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. William Fraser, Mr. John Fagan, Merchant, to Miss Bridget McMahon, only daughter of Patrick McMahon, Esq., Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 3, 1824, p. 3

Fairfield, Joanna - see Forward, Lester H.

Fairfield, John. In Ernesttown, by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. John Fairfield to Miss Eliza ... [paper illegible at this point]. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 28, 1821
From Presbyterian Register of Rev. Robert James McDowall: "[Married] John Fairfield, Ernest'tn and Elizabeth Clapp, Adolphustown, Dec. 19, 1821."

Fairfield, William. At Bath on the 30th ult., by the Rev'd J. [Stoughton], Mr. William Fairfield to Miss Elizabeth Ham, both of Ernesttown, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, November 12, 1824, p. 3

Fanning, Margaret - see Moore, Samuel

Faro, Peter. Whereas my wife, Margaret Faro, has left my bed and board without any just cause, this is therefore to forbid all persons harbouring or trusting her on my account, as I will not pay any debts of her contracting after this date. Peter Faro, Kingston, July 17, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, July 23, 1819, p. 3

Farrand, ? (Mrs.) - see Henry, Robert

Fashion - MILLINERY. Miss Baker respectfully informs the Ladies of Kingston and its Vicinity that she has opened a SHOP in a part of the House lately occupied by Messrs. Fair & Russel, in the Market place, where all orders in her line will be punctually attended to, and executed with neatness; she will keep constantly on hand STRAW and SILK Bonnets, Dress Caps, &c. -- Lady's Dresses, Coats, Habits, and Cloaks made on the shortest notice. Kingston, March, 1822. Kingston Chronicle, March 15, 1822, p. 1

Fawke, Erasmus. At St. Andrew's Church, Liverpool, on the 28th May, Mr. Erasmus Fawke of Port Hope, Upper Canada, to Miss Mary Wilson of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, August 11, 1820, p. 3

Female Education - A Lady lately arrived from England has commenced in the Town of Kingston an establishment for the education of young Ladies. Her endeavour will be, whilst imparting useful instruction, and elegant accomplishments, carefully to cultivate the important principles of piety and morality. A Maternal attention will also be given to the health and comfort of those pupils entrusted to her care. Terms for Boarders 35 Guineas pr. annum. French, Italian, Drawing, Piano Forte, Harp and singing, moderately charged. No entrance money required. Boarders are expected to bring Bed and Bedding, a silver spoon and six towels. -- Address, Mrs. Hooper, Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, March 15, 1822, p. 1

Ferguson, Andrew, M.D. At Montreal, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. James Somerville, Andrew Ferguson, Esq., M.D., Assistant Surgeon of the 76th Regiment, to Miss Henrietta Grant of Lachine. Kingston Chronicle, April 19, 1822, p. 3

Ferguson, M. (Miss, of Elmsley) - see McLean, John

Ferris, Elias - see Knight, Peter

Ferris, Joseph Jr. On the 22nd ult., by the Venerable Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. Joseph Ferris Jr. to Miss Christiana Wartman, both of the township of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 1, 1826, p. 3

Ferris, Mary - see McMichael, Albert

Ferris, Pamilla - see Purdy, Samuel

Ferris, Phoebe - see Ward, Elisha

Findle, Hannah - see Wellman, Thomas

Finkle, George. On [Thursday the 6 day of January, by the Rev. Official Stuart (sic)] Mr. George Finkle and Miss Susannah Tolbert. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1820, p. 3

Finkle, Margaret - see Clark, George Alexander

Fisher, William. In this town [Kingston] on the 8th inst., Mr. William Fisher to Miss Margaret Cochrane. Kingston Chronicle, August 11, 1820, p. 3

Fisk, Milton. At Ernest Town, on Sunday, the 31st Dec., by Rev. Robert McDowal [sic], Mr. Milton Fisk to Miss Prime [sic]. Kingston Gazette, Jan. 6, 1816, p. 3 [Note: Jane a.k.a. "Janie" Pruyn 1791-1867. See McDowall's register, but McDowall wrote "Martin Fisk" instead of "Milton". Newspaper got that right.]

Fitch, Prentice J. Married in this town [Kingston] on Sunday morning, by the Rev. Dr. Strachan, Mr. Prentice J. Fitch to Miss Mary Herchmer. Kingston Gazette, June 23, 1812, p. 3

Fitzgibbon, Miss - see Washburn, Simon

Fleming, Daniel. On Friday, the 27th Feb., by the Rev. Mr. Fraser, Mr. Daniel Fleming to Miss Mary Ann Lancaster, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, March 7, 1829, p. 3

Fleming, George. At Dover, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. T. Morley, Mr. George Fleming of the township of Howard, to Miss Mary Shaw of the township of Mersea in the Western District. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 27, 1828, p. 3

Forbes, Anna - see Mitts, John

Ford, Margaret - see Bowes, Robert

Forsyth, John B. At Christ's Church, London, 17th March, John B. Forsyth, Esq., to Mary Catherine, daughter of Samuel Gerrard, Esq., both of Montreal. Kingston Chronicle, May 9, 1829, p. 2

Forsyth, Maria (of Sandwich) - see Short, Robert, Rev.

Forward, Lester H., M. D. On Saturday, the 20th inst., at Ernesttown, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Dr. Lester H. Forward to Miss Joanna Fairfield, both of the village of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, January 27, 1816, p. 3

Fosburg, Jane - see Johnston, Archibald

Fosburg, Magdalen - see Johnston, Silas

Fothergill, Charles. On Saturday, the 19th inst., at Port Hope, by the Rev. Joseph Thompson, Charles Fothergill, Esq., to Miss Eliza Richardson of Pickering. Kingston Chronicle, March 25, 1825, p. 3

Fowler, Ann. Died on Monday morning the 3rd inst., Mr. Henry Fowler, Merchant Tailor, aged 40 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820, p. 3. All persons indebted to the Estate of the late Henry Fowler, of Kingston, Tailor are required to settle same...Ann Fowler. Kingston, July 20th, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1820, p. 3

Fowler, Ann. On [Thursday, 18th July] Mr. Thomas Askew married to Mrs. Fowler. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Fox, Joseph. On Tuesday, the 14th inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. Joseph Fox to Miss Hannah Grant, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 24, 1824, p. 3

Fralick, Clarissa - see McCarty, William, Rev.

Fralick, Zacharias. Whereas Magdalene, my wife, has eloped and left my bed and board without any just provocation, I therefore forbid all persons from harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will not pay any debts of her contracting. Zacharias Fralick, Fredericksburgh, Oct. 6, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, October 8, 1819, p. 3

Franklin, Elizabeth - see Driscoll, Patrick

Franklin, Henry. On Sunday the 10th Oct. Mr. Henry Franklin to Miss Halda Livingston... Kingston Chronicle, October 15, 1819, p. 3

Franklin, Sarah - see Nobles, Henry

Fraser, Ann - see Aylesworth, David

Fraser, Catharine - see Asselstine, Michael

Fraser, Catherine (of Glengarry) - see McDonell, Allan D., Capt.

Fraser, Sarah - see Brown, David Bucklen

Friel, Susannah - see Moore, William

Frobisher, Caroline (of Montreal) - see Desrevieres, James McGill

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Galloway, Henry. On the same day [Monday, the 19th February] Henry Galloway to Miss Magdelen Bodreuil. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 24, 1816, p. 3

Gamble, ? (Miss) - see Macauley, J.B.

Gamble, Isabella Lane - see Horn, D.

Garrat, Phoebe - see Bowerman, Stephen

Garrat, Townsend. At Hallowell on Sunday, the 13th inst., Mr. Townsend Garrat to Miss Sarah Bowerman, by James Cotter, Esq. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 29, 1818, p. 3

Garrat, William. At Hallowell on Sunday, the 13th inst., Mr. William Garrat to Miss Patricia Bull, by James Cotter, Esq. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 29, 1818, p. 3

Garrett, George, M.D. On Wed., the 20th Sept., at the country residence of Frederick Wm. Ermantinger, Esq., near the city of Montreal, by the Rev. B.B. Stevens, George Garrett, Esq., M.D., Surgeon of His Majesty's 70th Regt. of Foot, to Anna Maria Ermantinger, both of the city of Montreal. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 29, 1826, p. 3

Gartner, Mary [of Virginia] - see West, George

Garvey, William - see Carvey, William

Gates, Joseph. On Wed. Evening, the 22nd, Joseph Gates to Miss Dorothy McLean of Pittsburgh [township]. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 24, 1816, p. 3

George, Amelia - see Vandresar, David

George, Eleanor - see Wemp, Michael

George, Hannah - see Schermehorn, Daniel

George, Rachel - see Shibley, David

Germain, Joseph. At Napanee Mills on Wednesday the 19th last, by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. Joseph Germain to Miss Margery Hess. Kingston Chronicle, August 3, 1821, p. 3

Gerrard, Mary Catherine - see Forsyth, John B.

Giffers, Elizabeth - see Dimond, John Junior

Gilbert, Caleb. At Belleville, on the 21st ult., Mr. Caleb Gilbert to Miss Nancy, daughter of Jacob Myres [sic] Esq., both of the same place. Kingston Chronicle, June 7, 1822, p. 3

Gilbert, Henry. [Buys a wife.] Whereas, I have sold my wife, Elizabeth Miller, formerly known by the name of Betsey Macrimmon, to Henry Gilbert in presence of witnesses, for the sum of five dollars, this is therefore to forbid all and every person or persons giving her credit on my account, as I will not pay any debt of her contracting after this date. Augustus Miller, Kingston, 19th June, 1818. Kingston Gazette, June 30, 1818, p. 3

Gilbert, Reuben. Reuben Gilbert of Township of Adolphus [sic], Joiner, married to [Marty Stenton] of the Township of Hallowell by Licence issued Adolphustown, Feb. 16, 1825. Bondsmen Lazarus Gilbert of Township of Adolphus, Tradesman, and Adam Laidlow of the same place, farmer. Old Marriage Bond, L&A County Museum

Gilbert, Reuben. At Hallowell, on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. Job Deacon, Mr. Reuben Gilbert to Miss Waity Stanton, both of Adolphustown. Kingston Chronicle, March 4, 1825, p. 3

Givens, ?, Miss - see Hillier, Major

Glasgow, ?, Miss - see Corbett, George F.

Glasgow, George, Lieut. On Wednesday evening by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart, Lieut. George Glasgow of the Royal Artillery, to Miss Anne H. Herchmer, daughter of the late Lawrence Herchmer, Esq., of this town. Kingston Chronicle, April 19, 1822, p. 3

Glass, John. On Thursday, the 19th inst. [sic] Mr. John Glass to Miss Mary Whitelock, both of Richmond. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 1, 1822, p. 3

Glassup, Sarah - see Chesnutt, William

Goldsmith, David. At Hallowell, on the 26th ult., by Stephen Conger, Esq., Mr. David goldsmith to Miss Elizabeth Carthy. Kingston Chronicle, March 29l, 1822, p. 3

Goldsmith, Sabra Ann - see Clute, Richard G.

Goodhue, Thomas. Thomas Goodhue, a swindler from Massachusetts, is rumoured to have left her wife and four children in either Brockville or Bath, Upper Canada, while he escaped to the United States. Kingston Chronicle, June 23, 1820, p. 4

Gordon, Catharine - see Armstrong, James

Graham, Elizabeth - see Bird, Benjamin

Graham, John. Whereas John Graham, an Irish emigrant, sent his wife forward to Kingston from La Chine on Thursday the 26th of August, intending himself to follow by water. - - This is to request any person who may be acquainted with the circumstances to inform his disconsolate wife by letter directed to the Post Office, who has been long anxiously looking for her husband at Kingston, whether he is still living, and where he is to be found. Kingston, Sept. 23. Kingston Chronicle, September 24, 1819, p. 3

Graham, Mary. Married - On Sunday the 11 inst., by John Smith, Esquire, Mr. Zina Le..[illegible] of the United States to Miss Mary Graham, late from Ireland, now of Ca... [illegible], Newcastle [district]. Kingston Gazette, October 27, 1818, p. 3

Grant, Caroline Margaret - see Smith, David John

Grant, Catherine - see Coyle, Michael

Grant, Daniel. Last Saturday, by the Rev. M.M. Stevens, Chaplain of the Forces, Daniel Grant, Esq., Barrack-master of the Garrison, to Amelia, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Radenhurst, Esq., of St. Johns. (Copied from Montreal Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, January 18, 1822, p. 3

Grant, Hannah - see Fox, Joseph

Grant, Henrietta - see Ferguson, Andrew

Grant, Jane - see McLean, William Gibson

Grant, Mary - see Dawson, John

Grant, Penelope - see McLaurin, John, Rev.

Grant, William Alexander. Yesterday, in the Township of Leeds, by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart, Mr. William Alexander Grant of Pittsburgh [township?] to Miss Phoebe Lloyd of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, August 1, 1823, p. 3

Graves, Lydia (Mrs.) - see Selee, P.

Graves, William. Married at Elizabethtown, William Graves Esquire to Mrs. Lydia Curtis. Kingston Gazette, October 23, 1810, p. 3

Gray, Margaret Maria - see Lowe, John

Gray, William. At Montreal, by Rev. Mr. Somerville, Mr. William Gray, printer of the Montreal Herald, to Miss Nancy Smith. Kingston Gazette, June 23, 1812, p. 3

Grey, Catherine - see Davis, Richard

Grochong, Abigail - see Shelden, Peter

Gumby, Jane Isabella Smith - see Whitney, Benjamin

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Hagerman, C. A. On Wednesday the 26th inst., at St. George's Church in this town [Kingston], by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, C. A. Hagerman, Esq., to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of James Macauley, Esq. Kingston Gazette, March 29, 1817, p. 3

Hagerman, Maria - see Stoughten, John, Rev.

Hall, James. On Friday Evening, by the Rev. G.O. Stuart, Mr. James Hall to Miss Jane Charnley. Kingston Chronicle, May 18, 1821, p. 3

Hall, Nancy - see Blanchard, Stephen

Ham, Elizabeth - see Fairfield, William

Ham, Mary - see Perry, Peter

Hamilton, John (of Queenston). At Queenston, on Tuesday the 7th inst., by the Rev. Wm. Leeming, John Hamilton, Esq., youngest son of the late Hon. Robert Hamilton of Queenston, to Miss Frances P. Macpherson, third daughter of David Macpherson, Esq., of Culealoch, Scotland. Kingston Chronicle, April 18, 1829, p. 2

Hammond, Ann - see Lewis, ?

Hancock, James of Hillier and Elizabeth Bedell of Fredericksburgh married by banns, March 31, 1836. Witnesses Daniel Lucas and Mary Schriver. Marriage Register of John Hamm, Methodist.

Hancox, Orton. At Bath, on the 12th inst., Orton Hancox, Esq. of Sophiasburgh, Merchant, to Mary, eldest daughter of Colin MacKenzie, Esq. of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Harding, Samuel W. of Hallowell married to Elizabeth Stanton of Hallowell on May 19, 1822. Received three crowns. Stephen Conger, Hallowell. Marriage Register of Stephen Conger, Magistrate, 1803-1823. [Elizabeth Harding is said to have died five months later, during the birth of her first baby.]

Hardy, Thomas. Married in this town [Kingston] on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. Strachan, Mr. Thomas Hardy to Miss Ann Russell. Kingston Gazette, June 23, 1812, p. 3

Harlow, Ruth - see Allen, Elijah

Harper, Esther - see Collard, Abraham Jun'r

Hart, Peter. On Tuesday, the 30th ult., by Rev'd Robert McDowell [sic], Mr. Peter Hart to Miss Nancy Brookes, both of Fredericksburgh. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 24, 1824, p. 3

Hart, Susannah - see Wessels, Stephen

Hartman, Catharine - see Hoyle, Sebastian

Hartman, Christina - see Snider, Simon

Hartman, Mary - see Snider, John

Harvard, Russel. On Tuesday the 25th instant, by the Rev. R. McDowall, Mr. Russel Harvard to Miss Nancy Cannon, both of the Township of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 28, 1820, p. 3

Harvey, Eliza - see McRobb, Robert

Harvey, John. On Monday the 29th of March, Mr. John Harvey to Miss Mary Morrison, both of the Township of Pittsburgh. Kingston Chronicle, April 2, 1819

Hatch, Chester. On Thursday, the 24th ult., by the Rev'd Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. Chester Hatch to Miss Ellen Conklin, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, March 4, 1825, p. 3

Hatt, Susan - see Leeming, Ralfe, Rev.

Hattenham, Charles. On Saturday, the 15th inst., Mr. Charles H...tenham [paper torn] of the Ordnance Department, to Miss Amelia Ralfs, both of Point Frederick. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1824, p. 3

Hawley, Josiah. On Monday the 20th Dec., 1828 at the River Trent, by the Rev. John Grier, Mr. Josiah Hawley to Miss Susannah Johns, both of the River Trent. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1829, p. 3

Hawley, Mary Ann - see Everitt, Daniel

Hawley, Ruth - see Brock, John

Hawley, Sheldon. On Tuesday, the 21st ult., by the Rev. Mr. Campbell, Sheldea [sic] Hawley, Esq., merchant of Murray, River Trent, to Miss Nancy, daughter of Mr. David Johns of the same place. Kingston Chronicle, June 7, 1822, p. 3

Henderson, Caleb. At Bath on the 24th inst. [sic], Mr. Caleb Henderson to Miss Jane Snider, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Henly, Francis. On the same day [Monday, the 22nd inst.], Francis Henly and Mary Keating. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 26, 1824, p. 3

Henry, Robert. At Montreal, on Sunday the 2d inst., Robert Henry, Esq., of Hamilton, Upper Canada, to Mrs. Farrand, daughter of the late Rev. J. Bethune of Williamsburgh, U.C. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 11, 1817, p. 3

Herchmer, Anne H. - see Glasgow, George

Herchmer, Jane - see Wartman, Lewis

Herchmer, Lawrence. On Tues. evening the 2d inst., by the Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. Lawrence Herchmer to Miss Elizabeth Baker, both of this place. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 4, 1827, p. 3

Herchmer, Martha - see Saddler, Henry

Herchmer, Mary - see Fitch, Prentice J.

Hermans, John S. - At Adolphustown, on Tuesday, the 20th inst., by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. John S. Hermans, Merchant at Hallowell, to Miss Sarah, daughter of the late Captain Paul Trumpour of the former place. Kingston Gazette, January 27, 1818, p. 3

Herns, Deborah - see Bradshaw, William

Hess, Margery - see Germain, Joseph

Hicks, Zilpah - see Switzer, John G.

Hill, Aaron. Whereas Rose, my wife, has behaved herself in a very unbecoming manner, without the least provocation, I hereby forbid all persons trusting or harbouring her on my account, as I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date. Aaron Hill, Kingston, Oct. 12, 1815. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 17, 1815

Hill, Catharine R. - see Keeler, Thomas

Hill, David B. At Hallowell on the 7th inst. ... Mr. David B. Hill to Miss Abigail Baker, both of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, April 23, 1819

Hill, Lydia - see Pier, Calvin

Hillier, ? Mr. At York on Monday the 31st January, Major Hillier, A.D.C. and Private Secretary to His Excellency the Lieut. Governor, to Miss Givens, daughter of Lieut. Givens of the Indian Department. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 18, 1820, p. 3

Hindes, Ann Callaghan - see Corbett, Patrick

Hinds, ? (Miss) - see Williams, ?

Hoff, Susannah - see Axman, William

Hogle, Elizabeth - see Storms, John

Hogle - see also Hoyle

Holden, Sylvester. On Sunday last, the 13th June by the Rev. Official Stuart, [sic] Mr. Sylvester Holden of Kingston to Miss Sarah Barrett of Wolfe Island. Kingston Chronicle, June 18, 1819

Holt, William B. On the 29th December,1828, by the Rev. Mr. Machar, Mr. William B. Holt to Miss Ann Lancaster, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Jan.17, 1829, p. 3

Hooper, Mrs. - see Female Education

Hoover, Henry. At Adolphustown, on Monday the first inst., by the Rev. Job Deacon, Mr. Henry Hoover to Miss Mary McLaughlin. Kingston Chronicle, January 12, 1827, p. 3

Hope, Frederick, Capt. At Quebec, the 15th inst., at the Chapel of the Holy Trinity, by the Rev. Dr. Mills, Capt. Frederick Hope, of the 15th Regt., son of the late Commissioner Charles Hope, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Lieut. Col. Cockburn, Royal Artillery. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 31, 1829, p. 3

Horn, D. In this town on Tuesday last, by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, D. Horn of the Glengary Regiment to Miss Isabella Lane Gamble of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, May 13, 1815, p. 3

Hough, Peter. Same day [10th inst.] at Ernest Town, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Peter Hough to Miss Sally P. Van Winkle, all of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1829, p. 3

Howard, Edward. Edward Howard of Amherse [sic] Island, farmer, married to Elizabeth [Une] Howard of the same place by Licence issued Adolphustown, April 13, 18...[1825?]. Bondsmen Oron Ranney of the township of ? in the Midland District, Innkeeper, and William Van Dousen of Marysburgh, freeman. Old Marriage Bond, L&A County Museum

Howard, Elizabeth - see Bird, James Charles

Howard, Elizabeth (of Amherst Island) - see Howard, Edward

Howard, Mary Ann - see Anderson, John

Hoyle, Sebastian. At Bath by the Rev. J. Stoughton, on the 20th ult., Mr. Sebastian Hoyle to Miss Catharine Hartman. [Could this be Hogle?] Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1825, p. 3

Hubbard, Joseph. At Cape Vincent, New York, on the 21st ultimo, by [Rev.] Judd Esq., Mr. Joseph Hubbard to Miss Emily Spinning, both of Grand Island. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 7, 1817, p. 3

Hubbs, Hannah - see VanClief, John

Huff, Charles of Adolphustown married to Elizabeth Russell of Thurlow in the Midland District of Upper Canada, on the 26th March,1803. Stephen Conger, Hallowell. Marriage Register of Stephen Conger, Magistrate, 1803-1823

Huffman, Julia Ann - see Huntington, Mason

Hunter, Elijah. At Bath, by the Rev. J. Stoughton, on the 27th ult., Mr. Elijah Hunter to Miss Caroline Stiles. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1825, p. 3

Huntington, Mason. On Sunday the 25th instant by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. Mason Huntington, to Miss Julia Ann Huffman, after banns. Kingston Chronicle, July 30, 1819, p. 3

Hustin, David. In this town on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. McDowal [sic], Mr. David Hustin to Miss Catherine Buck. Kingston Gazette, Aug. 5, 1814, p. 3

Huxley, ?, Major. On Monday, the 1st November, by the Rev. John Wilson, Acting Chaplain to the Forces, Major Huxley of the 70th Regiment, to Miss Scott, eldest daughter of Thomas Scott, Esq., Paymaster of the Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, November 5, 1819, p. 3

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Innes, Robert. On Wednesday, the 14th inst., Ensign Robert Innes of the 37th Regiment, to Miss Isabella, eldest daughter of John Cummings Esq. of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, January 20, 1818, p. 3

Ives, Flora - see Polly, William

Ives, Nancy - see Benedict, Cyrus R.

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Jackson, Emma -- see Bourchier, William

Jackson, John L. On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. John L. Jackson to Miss Mary Ellerbeck, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 12, 1812, p. 3

Jackson, Mary (Mrs.) - see Lance, John

Jameson, ?, Lieutenant. Married at Quebec on the 22nd instant by the Rev. S. J. Mountain, Lieut. Jameson, 10th Royal Veteran Battalion, to Miss Charlotte Paxton, d/o the late Capt. Paxton, Marine Dept., Upper Canada. Kingston Gazette, February 4, 1812, p. 3

Jamieson, Jane - see Johnston, Peter

Jamison, Martha - see Macauley, Robert

Jarvis, George S. At Brockville on the 6th December last, by the Rev. John Leeds, George S. Jarvis, Esq., of Cornwall to Miss Julia, eldest daughter of Adiel Sherwood, Esq. of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 14, 1821, p. 3

Jarvis, Samuel P. (of York, Upper Canada). On Thursday evening, Samuel P. Jarvis, Esquire, to Miss Mary Powell, daughter of Hon. Chief Justice Powell, York. Kingston Gazette, October 20, 1818, p. 3

Jarvis, William B. On the 22nd ult., at the residence of Samuel P. Jarvis, Esq., by the Venerable Archdeacon of York, William B. Jarvis, Esq., Sheriff of the Home District, to Miss Mary Powell, Grand Daughter of the Hon. W. Powell, late Chief Justice of this Province. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 6, 1828, p. 2

Jenkins, Penelope (Mrs.) - see Winterbottom

Jennings, Isabel - see Chalmers, Archibald

Jinks, Joseph and Abigail Sect of Hallowell, married by banns January 17, 1837. Witnesses Wm. Harris and Betsy Johnston. Marriage Register of John Hamm, Methodist.

Johns, Nancy - see Hawley, Sheldon

Johns, Susannah - see Hawley, Josiah

Johnson, Henry A. of Hallowell, married Phebee Casey of Adolphustown on May 16, 1816. Banns published by the Rev. Ezra Adams. Stephen Conger, Hallowell. Marriage Register of Stephen Conger, Magistrate, 1803-1823

Johnston, Archibald. At Bath on the 20th ult., Mr. Archibald Johnston to Miss Jane Fosburgh, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Johnston, Isabella - see Young, George

Johnston, Peter. On Wednesday Evening, Mr. Peter Johnston to Miss Jane Jamieson, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, May 18, 1821, p. 3

Johnston, Silas. At Bath, by the Rev. John Stoughton on Sunday, the 16th inst., Mr. Silas Johnston to Miss Magdalen Fosburg, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, July 28, 1820, p. 3

Johnstone, Henry H. On the 19th current, Henry H. Johnstone, merchant, to Miss Young, both of Ameliasburgh. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1826, p. 3

Jones, Charles, Lieut. On Wednesday, the 26th inst., by the Rev. Thomas Handcock, A.B. Lieutenant Charles Jones of the Royal Navy to Jane, only daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Jones, C.B., Commanding the 71st Highland Light Infantry. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 29, 1828, p. 2 [Yes, a Jones marrying a Jones.]

Jones, Daniel. At Brockville, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Leeds, Daniel Jones, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Miss M. Morris, daughter of the late Alexander Morris, Esq., of Elizabethtown, and formerly of Paisley, Scotland. Kingston Chronicle, November 12, 1824, p. 3

Jones, Eliza -- see Boulton, Henry John

Jones, Henry (of Sydney twp.). On the 6th instant at Sydney by Jacob W. Meyers, Esq., Mr. Henry Jones to Miss White, daughter of Reuben White Esq., M.P. Kingston Chronicle, August 11, 1820, p. 3

Jones, Jane - see Jones, Charles, Lieut.

Jones, Mary [of Hamilton] - see Ruttan, Henry

Jordon, Thomas. On Mon. evening last by the Rev. Thos. Handcock, Mr. Thomas Jordon to Miss Isabella McWilliams, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1828, p. 3

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Kaye, Jane - see Tennant, John

Kearns, Jane - see Dumphie, Thomas

Keating, Mary - see Henly, Francis

Keeler, Thomas and Catharine R. Hill of Marysburgh married by banns June 7 1836. Witnesses Philip Keeler and George Brooks. Marriage Register of John Hamm, Methodist.

Kellogg, Simeon. On the 5th inst., by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. Simeon Kellogg of Belleville, to Miss Lorenda, 2d daughter of Mr. P. Whelpley, Innkeeper of this place [Kingston?]. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1829, p. 3

Kerr, Jessie - see McNaughton, Daniel

Kerr, Robert I. (of Grand River). On Saturday, the 11th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Addison, Robert I. Kerr Esq. of the Grand River, to Miss Mary W. Douglass, of Fort Erie. Kingston Chronicle, March 31, 1820, p. 3

Ketcheson, William Junior (daughter of). On Saturday the 8th instant, a daughter of Mr. William Ketcheson Junior, aged six years, left the dwelling of her father, who is a respectable farmer in the township of Sidney, and went to a neighbouring house. As she did not return home, the family became alarmed and summoned the people of the neighbourhood. A search was immediately set on foot ... during the next six days by relatives and the inhabitants of Thurlow, Sidney and Ameliasburgh... on Sunday the 17th... a young man named Cummins found her, leaning against a tree, about two miles from the place where she had entered the wood. She was alive but weak and exhausted... she supported life by means of berries and acorns.... Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Kilborn, William H. On Tuesday evening, the 3d inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. Wm. H. Kilborn, Licensed Surveyor, to Miss Sarah O'Keefe, both of Pittsburgh [township]. Kingston Chronicle, May 13, 1825, p. 3

Kincaid, Polly (Mrs.) - see Reid, David

King, Elizabeth - see Brewer, Philip

King, Harmonius. On Sunday, the 6th, Harmonius King of Ernest Town, to Margaret Mooers [sic] of Kingston, after publication of banns in St. George's Church. Kingston Gazette, September 8, 1818, p. 3

Kirby, George P. (of Ancaster). On Sunday by Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. George P. Kirby of the Twp. of Ancaster, to Miss Mary Merrill of this place. Kingston Gazette, August 15, 1815, p. 3 [Died] on the 3rd Oct., inst., in the township of Sombra on the River St. Clair, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Mary Kirby, wife of Mr. George Kirby and eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Merrill of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Kirby, James. On Sunday the 12th inst., by the Rev. John Wilson, Mr. James Kirby to Miss Emily Bentley, formerly of Quebec. Kingston Chronicle, March 17, 1820, p. 3

Kirby, John. At Cobourg, on Thursday, the 28th ult., by the Rev. William Macaulay, John Kirby, Esq., of this Town [Kingston] to Mrs. Cecilia Wilkinson, daughter of the late Rev. John Bethune of Williamstown. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3

Knapp, Fanny - see Akroyd, Stephen

Knight, Peter. In this town [Kingston] on Thursday last, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Peter Knight to Miss Elias Ferris. Kingston Gazette, June 8, 1816, p. 3

Kronkwright, Henry. [Married] Same day, [Sunday Oct. 17th] Mr. Henry Kronkwright to Miss Mary Abbot - - by Licence. Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

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Lalonde, Mary - see Breitnece, George

Lamb, Rebecca - see Lyon, Stephen

Lambert, John. On Tuesday, the 4th inst., by the Rev. John Barclay, Mr. John Lambert to Miss Rebecca Orser. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1826, p. 2

Lambert, Sarah Susannah - see Crookshank, George

Lancaster, Ann - see Holt, William B.

Lancaster, Mary Ann - see Fleming, Daniel

Lance, John. On Saturday the 5th inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. John Lance to Mrs. Mary Jackson. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Lane, John. At Hallowell, April 28th, by Rev. Robt. McDowall, Mr. John Lane to Miss Elenor Richards, daughter of Capt. Owen Richards, late of that town. Kingston Gazette, May 19, 1818, p. 3

Laughlin, Joseph. At Hallowell, on the 18th ult. [by James Cotter Esq.] Mr. Joseph Laughlin to Miss Elizabeth Striker, all of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, April 12, 1822, p. 3

Lawson, Margaret - see Cannochan, Hugh

Leacock, William. On Saturday the 18th, Mr. William Leacock to Miss Sarah Spike. Kingston Chronicle, March 24, 1820, p. 3

Leatherland, John. On Saturday, the 26th ult., Mr. John Leatherland to Miss Jane Moon. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 8, 1822, p. 3

Lee, Levi. On the 11th inst., Levi Lee to Margaret Coomer [sic] both of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, January 18, 1817, p. 3

Leeming, Ralfe, Rev. At Dundas, District of Gore, on Tuesday, the 6th inst., by the Rev. William Sampson, the Rev. Ralfe Leeming to Miss Susan Hatt, daughter of the late Richard Hatt, Esq., of that place. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, June 23, 1820, p. 3

Lefevre, Clement, Rev. On the 22d ult., at Erasmus Hall, Flatbush, by the Rev. Mr. Hart of Hampstead, the Rev. Clement Le Fevre of Canada to Miss Mary Clowes of Flatbush. Kingston Chronicle, April 5, 1822, p.3

Lefievre, Gabriel. On Sunday, the 1st February, by the Rev. Mr. Perinault, Mr. Gabriel Lefievre, formerly of Montreal, to Miss Roi of this place [Kingston]. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 3, 1818, p. 3

Levack, Helen - see Mowat, John

Lennox - On April 18 [1825] in St. James Church, London, by the Lord Bishop of Chichester, William Tighe Esq. of Woodstock in Ireland to the Right Honourable Lady Louisa Lenox [sic], fifth daughter of the Dowager Duchess of Richmond. Kingston Chronicle, June 10, 1825, p. 2

Lewis, ? Mr. Last evening, by Rev. Mr. Stuart, Quarter Master Lewis of the King's Regiment to Miss Ann Hammond, step-daughter of Ensign Thomson, 10th R.V. Battalion. Kingston Gazette, April 6, 1813, p. 3

Lewis, Lavra - see Coleman, Abel George

Lewis, Mary - see Cooper, James

Lightfoot, ?, Lieut.-Col. On the 28th inst. by the Rev. John Wilson, M.A., Acting Chaplain to the Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Lightfoot, C.B. and Assistant Quarter Master General, to Cornelia, daughter of Capt. Edward Williams, R.N., County of Hampshire, England. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 30, 1819, p. 3

Lindsay, Bridget (Mrs.) - see Cook, W.P.

Line, John Junior. In this town on Monday, the 8th day of January, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], John Line Junior to Miss Sarah Palen. Kingston Gazette, January 13, 1816, p. 3

Little, William H. On the 26th inst. [sic] by the Rev. G.O. Stuart, Mr. William H. Little to Miss Margaret Paxton, both of this Town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, June 1, 1821, p. 3

Littlepage, William. On Thursday, the 20th inst., Mr. William Littlepage to Miss Charlotte Arnold, by licence. Kingston Gazette, March 22, 1817, p. 3

Livingston, Halda - see Franklin, Henry

Lloyd, Phoebe - see Grant, William Alexander

Lockwood, Eliza Jane - see Purdy, Samuel Jr.

Lockwood, Mercy Maria - see Comber, Henry

Loney, Mary Ann - see Arnold, Michael

Losee, Maria Ann - see Annis, Ezra

Low, David. On Tuesday, the 27th, Mr. David Low to Miss Jane Scott, by licence. Kingston Chronicle, July 30, 1819, p. 3

Lowe, John. On the 12th inst., at the seat of Colonel I.M. Balfour, Percy [township], by the Rev. Mr. Grier, John Lowe, Esq. of Kingston to Margaret Maria, eldest daughter of William H. Gray, Esq., H.P. Barrack Dept. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1826, p. 2

Luke, James Junior. At Bath, on Tuesday, the 8th inst., by the Rev. J. Stoughton, Mr. James Luke Jun'r to Miss Margaret Bell, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 1, 1822, p. 3

Lyon, Lyman. On the same day [Monday, the 5th of February, 1816], Lyman Lyon to Miss Rebecca Williams, both of Loughborough. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 10, 1816, p. 3

Lyon, Seth. On Monday, the 22nd inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Seth Lyon and Catharine Ranseer, both of the township of Loughborough. Kingston Chronicle, November 26, 1824, p. 3

Lyon, Stephen. In South Carolina on the 18th January, Mr. Stephen Lyon to Miss Rebecca Lamb. Kingston Gazette, March 15, 1817, p. 3 Note: This was probably copied by the Gazette to amuse readers, ie. "The lion shall lie down with the lamb."

Lyons, ?, M.D. On Thursday, the 2d inst., by the Rev. ArchDeacon Stuart, Dr. Lyons of York to Miss Jane McKenzie of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, July 12, 1822, p. 3

Lyons, Susan - see McDonell, Archibald

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MacAuley, Elizabeth - see Hagerman, C.A.

Macauley, J.B. On Saturday, the 1st Dec. last, by the Hon. & Rev. Dr. Strachan, J.B. Macauley Esq., Barrister at Law, to Miss Gamble. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 14, 1821, p. 3

Macaulay, James. At York, on Monday, the 10th inst., James Macaulay [sic], Esq., Deputy Inspector of Hospitals, to Miss Crookshank. Kingston Gazette, Nov.25, 1817, p. 2

Macaulay, Robert. On Wed., the 3rd inst., by Andrew Deacon, Esq., J.P., Mr. Robert Macaulay of the township of Hillier, to Miss Martha Jamieson of the State of New Hampshire. Kingston Chronicle, January 12, 1827, p. 3

MacBeath, Margaret - see Symons, C.B., Lieut.

MacDonnel, Eliza - see Campbell, John Duncan

MacDonnel, Francis. At hallowell, on the 20th inst., by James Cotter, Esq., Mr. Francis MacDonnell, of West Lake Island, to Miss Nancy Ousterboat, of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, March 29, 1822, p. 3

MacFarlane, James. At the Manse of Williamstown on the 5th inst., by the Rev. John Mackenzie, Mr. James Macfarlane, Merchant, to Miss Jane Martin, both of Charlottenburgh. Kingston Chronicle, May 13, 1825, p. 3

MacKay, Davis. On Thursday the 18th, Mr. Davis MacKay to Miss Charlotte Purdy. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Mackenzie, Mary - see Hancox, Orton

MacLean, Ann - see Thompson, Duncan

MacLean, Anne - see Ross, William

MacLean, Mary - see Washburn, Daniel

MacLean, William G. On Tuesday, the 3d inst., Mr. William G. Maclean to Miss Susannah O'Keefe, both of Pittsburgh [township]. Kingston Chronicle, May 13, 1825, p. 3

MacPherson, Frances P. - see Hamilton, John

Madden, Mary Anne - see Carvey, William

Maitland, Eliza - see Ranking, George, Rev.

Mallet - see Music.

Mallory, Edwin. On Wednesday, the 8th inst., Mr. Edwin Mallory to Miss Sarah Beagle. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 24, 1824, p. 3

Markland, George. Married at Montreal on the 5th instant, Mr. George Markland of this Village to Miss Anne Aird, daughter of the late Robert Aird, merchant, of the former place. Kingston Gazette, January 21, 1812, p. 3

Marshall, A. [Montreal] ...yesterday morning, Mr. A. Marshall, Surgeon, Kingston, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Davidson, Surgeon, of Edinburgh. Reprinted from Montreal Herald of July 11, 1818. Kingston Gazette, July 28, 1818, p. 3

Martin, Jane - see MacFarlane, James

Martin, Mary - see Asselstine, Peter

Martin, Nancy -- see Spong, John

Martindale, John. On the 23rd day of January by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. John Martindale to Mrs. Mary Thurnwood. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 25, 1820, p. 3

Mathias, Elizabeth - see Brass, John

Matthews, Jane - see Armstrong, James

Maville, Elizabeth - see Sternes, Benjamin

Maxwell, Robert. In this Town [Kingston] on Saturday, the 5th inst., by the Venerable Archdeacon of Kingston, Mr. Robert Maxwell of the Commissariate, to Miss Julie, youngest daughter of Thomas Turpin, Esq. Kingston Chronicle, October 11, 1828, p. 3

McArthur, Catharine [of Glengarry] - see McArthur, John

McArthur, Christine - see Baker, John

McArthur, John. At Cornwall, U. C. on 3rd inst. by the Rev. Doct. Baldwin, Mr. John McArthur of Kingston to Miss Catharine McArthur of Glengary. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 21, 1816, p. 3

McBeth, Alexander. On the 17th inst., by the Rev. John Machar, Mr. Alexander McBeth to Miss Elizabeth Morris. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 21, 1829, p. 2

McCarty, Daniel. Take Notice. Ran away from the subscriber on the 24th inst., a Shoe Maker, by the name of Daniel McCarty, about five feet seven inches high, thick set, black hair and beard, dark complexion, large brown eyes; wore away a black hat, sailor's jacket, dark grey sailor trowsers. He has stolen one knife, a quantity of tacks and one leather apron -- had hired with the subscriber for six months. Whoever will secure the said run-away, or bring him back, shall receive one dollar reward. Gilbert Purdy, Kingston, October 27, 1817. N.B. A good shoe maker will find constant employment by applying as above. Kingston Gazette, November 4, 1817, p. 4

McCarty, William, Rev. In the Township of Ernest Town on Monday, the 19th January, Rev. William McCarty, Minister of the Lutheran Congregation, to Miss Clarissa Fralich. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 3, 1816, p. 3

McCauley, Margaret - see McDonnell, Alexander

McCracken, Jane - see McLeod, Neil

McDonald, Arthur (of Quebec City). At Quebec, on the 19th ult., by the Rev. Dr. Hartman, Mr. Arthur McDonald to Miss Charlotte Walter, both of that City. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 8, 1822, p. 3

McDonald, John. At Williamston, U.C., on the 12th inst., by the Rev. John MacKenzie, John McDonald, Esq., of Gart (Gray's Creek) to Miss Amelia McGillis, second daughter of the late Duncan McGillis Esq., of St. Eustache, and niece of Hugh McGillis, Esq., of Williamston. Kingston Chronicle, June 6, 1823, p. 3

McDonell, Allan D., Captain. At Glengary on the 8th ult., Capt. Allan D. McDonell to Miss Catherine Fraser, daughter of Donald Fraser Esq. of the same place. Kingston Chronicle, March 5, 1819

McDonell, Archibald. At Bath, on the 20th January, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Archibald McDonell, Merchant of Kingston to Miss Susan Lyons of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

McDonell, William, Captain. In this town [Kingston], on Monday the 19th inst., by the Rev. Mr. De La Motte, Captain William McDonell, to Miss Jane Chisholm, both of Bellville [sic]. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, June 23, 1820, p. 3

McDonnell, Alexander. At Cornwall, by licence, on Monday the 20th inst., Alexander McDonnell, Esq., M.P., to Miss Margaret Macauley. Kingston Chronicle, December 31, 1824, p. 5

McDonnell, Duncan. On the 7th Jan., 1822, at Matilda [twp.], U.C., by the Right Rev. Bishop McDonnell, Duncan McDonnell, Esq., of Greenfield, to Mrs. Skinner, widow of the late Captain Skinner of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 8, 1822, p. 3

McDonnell, Eliza Maria Arabella - see Smeatham, Charles Thomas

McDonnell, Nancy - see Wickham, Samuel

McDougall, Duncan, Lieut. At Quebec on the 3d inst., at the home of Alexander Simpson, Esq., by Rev. Dr. Harkness, Duncan McDougall, Esq., Lieutenant and Adjutant of the 79th Cameron Highlanders, to Miss Margaret Simpson. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 20, 1828, p. 3

McGarth, William, of Hallowell - married Mahitabel Simson [sic] of Hallowell on June 5, 1821. [Banns] regularly published by Cornelius Van Alstine, Esquire. Said marriage was forbid by her father but not for lawful reasons and no attention was paid to it by me. Stephen Conger, Hallowell. Marriage Register of Stephen Conger, Magistrate, 1803-1823

McGill, George. On Monday the 15th inst., Mr. George McGill to Miss Mary Wright. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

McGill, Mary - see Strange, John

McGill, Matthew. [In this town, on Monday evening, by the Rev. Official Stuart] Mr. Matthew McGill to Miss Sarah Whiteside. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 9, 1817, p. 3

McGillis, Ameila - see McDonald, John

McGillivray, Anna Maria - see Avidjo, Thomas Richardson

McIntosh, Jane - see England, William

McKenna, Silvester. Notice - The subscriber being desirous of ascertaining the place where Silvester McKenna resides, will be thankful to any person who will give her information on the subject, by a letter to be left at the Post Office. Sarah Small, Kingston, Nov. 15, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 19, 1819, p. 3

McKenzie, Jane - see Lyons, ?

McLaughlin, Catherine - see O'Brien, Richard

McLaughlin, Mary - see Hoover, Henry

McLaurin, John, Rev. At Glengary, Upper Canada, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. John Mackenzie, the Rev. John McLaurin, Minister of Lachiels, to Penelope, eldest daughter of Alpen Grant, Esq., late of the 42nd Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, June 28, 1822, p. 3

McLean, Alexander. At Glengary, on the 16th ult., by the Rev. John Mackenzie, Alexander McLean, Esq., of Augusta, to Eliza, daughter of [illegible] Dallas, Esq., of Inverness, North Britain. Kingston Chronicle, March 2, 1827, p. 3

McLean, Dorothy - see Gates, Joseph

McLean, John, M.D. On the 24th ult., by the Rev. M. Harris, A.M., John McLean, Esq., M.D. of the Royal Navy to Miss M. Ferguson, both of the township of Elmsley. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 4, 1828, p. 3

McLean, William Gibson. On Sunday, the 28th January, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic] Mr. William Gibson McLean to Miss Jane Grant. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 3, 1816, p. 3

McLeod, Alexander. On Monday, the 15th instant, Mr. Alexander McLeod, Merchant to Miss Jane Pritchard by the Rev. Official Stuart. Kingston Chronicle, May 19, 1820, p. 3

McLeod, Neil. At Montreal on Thursday, the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hick, Mr. Neil McLeod, Merchant of Kingston, to Miss Jane McCracken, of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, June 23, 1820, p. 3

McMahon, Bridget - see Fagan, John

McMartin, Malcolm. Whereas my wife, Catherine (late the widow Cameron of Lochiel) has eloped from my bed and board without any just cause or reason whatsoever, this is therefore to caution the Public not to trust her on my account as I am determined not to pay any debts of her contracting. Malcolm McMartin, McMartin's Mills, Glengary [sic], April 23, 1821. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

McMason, Stephen. In New Orleans, Mr. Stephen McMason, aged 90, to Miss Amelia Simpson, aged 18. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

McMichael, Albert. In this town on Sunday last by the Rev. Mr. McDowal [sic], Mr. Albert McMichael to Miss Mary Ferris. Kingston Gazette, Aug. 5, 1814, p. 3

McMullen, David. On the 25th inst., by the Rev. Thomas Handcock, Mr. David McMullen to Miss Amey Snook, both of Loughborough. Kingston Chronicle, March 28, 1829, p. 3

McNabb, Allan Napier. At York, by the Hon. Rev'd. Dr. Strachan, on Sunday Evening, the 6th inst., Allan Napier McNabb, Esq., late of His Majesty's 49th Reg't., to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Daniel Brooks, Esquire. Kingston Chronicle, May 25, 1821, p. 3

McNaughton, Daniel. At Montreal, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. E. Black, Mr. Daniel McNaughton, to Miss Jessie Kerr, eldest daughter of Mr. William Kerr, all of this city. Kingston Chronicle, Demcember 24, 1824, p. 3

McRobb, Robert. At Navy Point on Tues., the 6th last, at the home of the Commissioner, by the Rev. J. Wilson, M.A., Robert McRobb, Esq., a partner of the N.West Company, to Eliza, daughter of the late Colonel Harvey of Farnham, Yorkshire. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 9, 1821, p. 3

McWilliams, Isabella - see Jordon, Thomas

Meebah, Ann - see Morrison, James

Memolia, Hariot - see Rutter, John

Menie, James. On Sunday the 11th inst. [June 11], Mr. James Menie, to Miss Susannah Sarrasin, all of Ernest Town. [This may be one of the marriages performed by Rev. Stoughton at Bath.] Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3

Mercer [the artist?] Major Mercer, R.A., being about to leave the Province, requests those having demands against him to present the same for liquidation without delay. Kingston, May 6, 1825. Kingston Chronicle, May 6, 1825, p. 3

Merrill, Mary - see Kirby, George P.

Merrill, Nancy - see Paxton, Thomas

Merrill, Sarah - see Peterson, Paul

Metcalf, Eliza Ann - see Moore, Andrew

Miles, Lucy - see Brown, William, Rev.

Miles, Stephen. Married in this town [Kingston] on Monday evening, by the Rev. Dr. Strachan, Mr. Stephen Miles, printer of the Kingston Gazette, to Miss Laura Spafford, all of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, June 23, 1812, p. 3
Sacred to the memory of Laura, Late Companion of Stephen Miles, and third daughter of the late Elijah Spafford. Her happy soul took its flight on the 31st of July, 1821 (her birthday) aged 27 yrs. A few minutes before she breathed her last, she was heard to whisper the blessed name of Jesus! Jesus! Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Military Displays - Tuesday last, being Saint George's Day, and also the period appointed for celebrating the birth of our gracious Monarch... the garrison appeared under arms and fired feu-de-joie from the Forts on Points Henry and Mississagua... At one o'clock, a gun boat stationed in front of the Commissioner's House and gaily decorated with flags, fired a second royal salute. The first and second regiments of Frontenac Militia, which are but newly organised, were mustered and paraded at the same time and we felt much gratified by their appearance. We cannot avoid particularizing the Artillery Company of the 1st Regiment and the troop of Light Dragoons attached to the second. Both these companies were clad in uniforms, and the latter was mounted in a very respectable style. Captain Raynes, who commands the Dragoons... merits great praise... and the men have shewn very creditable zeal... in so speedily providing themselves with horses and neat uniforms... Kingston Chronicle, April 28, 1822

Miller, Archibald. At Hallowell, on Monday, the 23rd inst., by Stephen Conger Esq., Archibald Miller to Elizabeth Abraham, late from Ireland. Kingston Chronicle, August 3, 1821, p. 3

Miller, Elisha, married to Elizabeth Tagarty, an English woman, late from Montreal but now of Hallowell, by my own publication [of banns] at his son's, Gilbert Miller's, on August 4, 1822. (N.B. Very rainy in forenoon.) Stephen Conger, Hallowell. Marriage Register of Stephen Conger, Magistrate, 1803-1823

Miller, Elizabeth Macrimmon. Whereas, I have sold my wife, Elizabeth Miller, formerly known by the name of Betsey Macrimmon, to Henry Gilbert, in presence of witnesses, for the sum of five dollars, this is therefore to forbid all and every person or persons giving her credit on my account, as I will not pay any debt of her contracting after this date. Augustus Miller, Kingston, 19th June, 1818. Kingston Gazette, June 30, 1818, p. 3

Miller, William. Sept. 29th, Mr. William Miller to Miss Alida Sharp, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, October 15, 1819, p. 3

Millinery. Miss Baker respectfully informs the Ladies of Kingston and its Vicinity, that she has opened a SHOP in a part of the House at present occupied by Mr. Peter McDonald, where all orders in her line of business will be punctually attended to, and executed with neatness; she will keep constantly on hand STRAW and SILK Bonnets, Dress caps, &c -- Lady's Dresses, Coats, Habits and Cloaks made on the shortest notice. Kingston, Oct. 5th, 1821. Kingston Chronicle

Milton, Jane. Whereas Jane, my wife, has left my bed and board without any just provocation and refuses to live with me. This is therefore to forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will not pay any debt of her contracting after this date. John Milton, Senior, Pittsburgh [township], August 16, 1817. Kingston Gazette, August 17, 1817, p. 3

Miskin, Richard. On Sunday, the 2d inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Richard Miskin to Miss Sarah Weller, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, August 4, 1818, p. 3

Mitts, John. On Tuesday, the first day of April, Mr. John Mitts of Fredericksburgh to Miss Anna Forbes, by licence. Kingston Gazette, April 5, 1817, p. 3

Mooers, Margaret - see King, Harmonius

Montagne, Mary L. - see Spalsbury, Henry

Montgomery, George. At Quebec on the 20th of May, George Montgomery, Esq., M.D., to Mrs. M. Ross, relict of the late Rev. A. Spark, D.D. [sic] Kingston Chronicle, June 2, 1820, p. 3

Moody, James. On Thursday the 17th inst., Mr. James Moody to Miss Jane Dawson. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 21, 1816, p. 3

Moon, Jane - see Leatherland, John

Moore, Andrew. Married by R.C. Wilkings, Esq., on Sat. the 29th April, Mr. Andrew Moore to Miss Eliza Ann Metcalf, both of the township of Murray. Kingston Chronicle, May 12, 1820, p. 3

Moore, Samuel. On Sunday the 17th inst. by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Samuel Moore to Miss Margaret Fanning. By licence. Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Moore, William. On Tuesday, the 19th instant, Mr. William Moore and Miss Susannah Friel of Loborough, by the Reverend Official Stuart. [sic] Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Moore, William (of Ernest Town). On Monday last, by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. William Moore to Miss Sarah Alexander, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 12, 1819, p. 3

Morley, Mary - see Smith, George

Morley, Valentine. In this town [Kingston], the 15th Feb., Valentine Morley to Mary Vent, both of this city. Kingston Gazette, March 1, 1817, p. 3

Morrill, Simeon. In this town on Sunday last, the 15th inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Simeon Morrill to Miss Margaret Andrews, both of this city. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 21, 1816, p. 3

Morris, Elizabeth - see McBeth, Alexander

Morris, James. This morning, by the Rev. Dr. Stuart, Mr. James Morris of Brockville, Merchant, to Miss Emily Murney of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, May 11, 1827, p. 4

Morris, M. (Miss) - see Jones, Daniel

Morrison, Mary - see Harvey, John

Morrow, Margaret - see Baker, Charles

Mosier, Mary - see Sheriff, John

Moule, G.W. At York on the 8th inst., by the Hon. Rev. Dr. Strachan, G.W. Moule, Esq., near Bath, England, to Miss Isabella Butter, daughter of the late Robert Butter, Perthshire, North Britain. Kingston Chronicle, April 19, 1822, p. 3

Mowat, John. By Rev. J. Somerville. Mr. John Mowat, Mercht. Kingston to Miss Helen Levack, late of Edinburgh. (Copied from Kingston Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, July 2, 1819, p. 3

Mullett, Sarah - see Swetman, James

Murney, Emily - see Morris, James

Murphy, Mary - see Sims, James

Music. Mr. Mallet, Professor of Music, respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of this town that encouraged by several persons of distinction, he has decided to take his residence here, and will teach the Piano Forte, Singing, Violin, Violonchello [sic] &c. his long experience, he presumes, will ensure him patronage. He also begs leave to state that he will teach the French Language to a limited number of respectable subscribers. For particulars, apply at the Kingston Hotel. N.B. Piano Fortes &c. tuned on moderate terms. Mr. M. intends giving another Musical and Vocal Entertainment at Walker's Hotel on Tuesday evening next. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 9, 1821, p. 3

Myers, Helen - see Baker, Joseph

Myers, Walter. In Ernest Town on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. McDowell, Major Walter Myers of Belleville to Mrs. Sophiah Duvey of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, July 15, 1817, p. 3

Myres, Nancy - see Gilbert, Caleb

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Nash, Thomas. In the Friends Meeting House, Hallowell, on Friday, the 22nd inst., Mr. Thomas Nash, Merchant, to Miss Hannah Swetman, daughter of Mr. Jerome Swetman of the same place, both late from England. Kingston Chronicle, March 29, 1822, p. 3 [Notice repeated following week.]

Nelles, Henry. At York, on Tuesday 12th inst., by the Venerable Archdeacon Strachan, Henry Nelles, Esq., of Grimsby, to Miss Anne Smith, daughter of the late Hon. Samuel Smith. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 21, 1829, p. 2

Nevill, Catherine - see Switzer, Elija

Nicholls, James Jr. On Tuesday, the 16th, Mr. James Nicholls Jun. to Miss Anna Louise Oliver. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 2[3], 1921, p. 3

Nobles, Henry. On the 24th ult., at Oxford, by M. Adams, Esq., Mr. Henry Nobles to Miss Sarah Franklin. Kingston Chronicle, November 12, 1824, p. 3

Northedge, Carolina - see Porteous, James

Nouvion, Baptiste. Whereas my wife, Mary Victoire, has left my bed and board without any just cause, this is therefore to forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will not pay any debts of her contracting after this date. Baptiste Nouvion, Kingston, Nov. 6, 1819, p. 3

Nugan, Jane. Whereas Jane Nugan, my Wife, has left my bed and board without just cause or provocation, this is to forbid all persons from harbouring or trusting her on my account as I will not pay any debts of her contracting after this date. William Nugan, Kingston, December 8, 1818. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, Jan. 1, 1819

Nugent, Richard. At Bellville [sic] on Monday the 12th inst. by William Bell, Esq., Mr. Richard Nugent to Mrs. Elizabeth Caverly, relict of the late Peter Caverly. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1820, p. 3

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O'Brien, Richard. On Monday the 6th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Fraser, Richard O'Brien, Mill Wright, Napanee Mills, to Miss Catherine McLaughlin of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, May 10, 1822, p. 3

O'Keefe, Sarah - see Kilborn, William H.

O'Keefe, Susannah - see MacLean, William G.

Olcott, Benjamin. At Camden, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. J. Stoughton, Mr. Benjamin Olcott of Kingston to Miss Mary Wells of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1829, p. 3

Olcott, Eliza - see Bentley, Thomas H.

Oliver, Anna Louise - see Nicholls, James Jun.

Olivier, Harriet - see Sellers, Robert

O'Rielly, James of Kingston married to Minerva Ann Amey of Ernest Town, by licence, May 2nd, 1836. Witnesses Patrick Sweeney and Sabrina Amey. Marriage Register of John Hamm, Methodist.

Orser, Anne - see Williams, Nelson

Orser, David. On the 16th ulc. [sic - ult ?] Mr. David Orser to Miss Phebe Warden, both of Hallowell. Kingston Chronicle, April 14, 1820, p. 3

Orser, Rebecca - see Lambert, John

Otty, ?, R.N. On Saturday last, Captain Otty of the Royal Navy to Miss Eliza Crookshank. Kingston Gazette, August 18, 1818, p. 3

Ousterboat, Nancy - see MacDonnell, Francis

Outwater, Elizabeth - see Ruttan, David

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Palen, Sarah - see Line, John Jr.

Palmatere, Rachel - see Clapp, James

Palmer, Mary Ann - see Wood, Peter

Parker, J. G. In this town on Sunday last, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. J. G. Parker, Master of the Packet Perseverance, to Miss Jane C. Turpin, daughter of Mr. T. Turpin, merchant of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Gazette, January 18, 1817, p. 3

Parks, Lydia - see Snider, Jacob

Paterson, James. At Niagara on the 6th March, by the Rev. Mr. Addison, Capt. James Paterson [sic] of the Schooner, Mayflower, to Miss Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. George Young of that town. Kingston Chronicle, April 2, 1819

Patrick, Ellen - see Wilkinson, Henry W.

Paxton, Charlotte - see Jameson, Lieut.

Paxton, Margaret - see Little, William H.

Paxton, Thomas. At this place on Thursday, the 18th inst., by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart, Mr. Thomas Paxton to Miss Nancy Merrill. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Pearsons, Hannah - see Ellerbeck, Richard

Pember, Ellen - see Talbot, Robert

Pember, Mary - see Atkinson, James

Penly, Edmund. On Saturday, the 5th, Mr. Edmund Penly to Miss Dorothea Walker, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, September 8, 1818, p. 3

Penn, Richard. On the 24th Sept. at Trinity Church, New York, by the Rev. Dr. Onderdonis, Richard Penn, Esq., storekeeper of the Ordnance Dept., Quebec, to Emma M. Tucker, second daughter of the late Mr. Tucker of Mead Lodge, Pempro-Rathem, South Wales. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 4, 1828, p. 3

Perry, Peter. At Ernest Town on Sunday the 19th inst. by the Rev. Robert McDowal, Mr. Peter Perry to Miss Mary Ham by Licence. Kingston Gazette, June 22, 1814, p. 2

Peters, ? (Miss) - see Bell, John

Peters, Phoebe - see David, John

Peters, Sarah - see Ball, Solomon

Peters, Tabitha - see Snyder, Abraham

Peterson, Elizabeth - see Brenan, Barnabus

Peterson, Paul. On the 31st ult., by the Rev. Mr. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Paul Peterson to Miss Sarah Merrill of this place. Kingston Gazette, April 6, 1816, p. 3

Pier, Calvin. On Wednesday, the 21st October, by the Rev. R. McDowall, Mr. Calvin Pier, Hatter, of Marysburgh, to Miss Lydia Hill of Hallowell. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 3, 1818, p. 3

Pine, Susanah - see Cooney, Jacob

Playter, ?, Miss - see Brooke, D.

Polly, William. On Thursday last, the 13th inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. William Polly to Miss Flora Ives. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1825, p. 3

Pope, Richard, Rev. At Quebec on Saturday the 27th ult. by the Rev. Dr. Mountain, the Rev. Richard Pope of Upper Canada, to Miss Alice Redfern of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3

Porteous, James, of Montreal. [Ship Board Marriage, 1820] On Tuesday evening, 11th inst., by G. Catlin, Esq., on board the steam-boat Congress, while on her passage from St. Johns to Whitehall, on the American side, James Porteous Esq. to Miss Caroline Northedge, both of the city of Montreal. Kingston Chronicle, July 28, 1820, p. 3

Porter, Patty - see Valeau, Peter

Portt, T.W. At Hallowell, on Tuesday the 15th ult., by the Rev. T. Morley, Mr. T.W. Portt of Tyandinaga [sic] to Mary, third daughter of Mr. Philip Roblin of Sophiasburgh. Kingston Chronicle, March 4, 1825, p. 3

Powell, Jane - see Bryant, James

Powell, Mary (of York, U.C.) -- see Jarvis, Samuel P.

Powell, Mary (of York, U.C.) -- see Jarvis, William B.

Prescott, Orvilla - see Van Neff, Peter

Price, E. On Thursday evening, by the Rev. R.G. Curtois, Chaplain of the Forces, Mr. E. Price to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Badgely. Kingston Gazette, December 29, 1818, p. 3

Pringle, Daniel. At Belleville, on Tuesday the 28th December, by the Rev. T. Campbell, Mr. Daniel Pringle of Belleville, to Miss Sarah Maria, third daughter of William Bell, Esq., Lieut. Col. of the [illegible] Regiment, Hastings Militia. Kingston Chronicle, January 7th, 1824, p. 3

Pritchard, Jane - see McLeod, Alexander

Proudfoot, ? - see Caniff, John

Pruyn, Jane - see Fisk, Milton

Purdy, Charlotte - see MacKay, Davis

Purdy, David. Notice. All persons are hereby forbid trusting Abigail, my wife, on my account, as she has been delirious for several years past, and has entirely forsaken my bed and board, and I am determined not to pay any debts of her contracting after this date. David Purdy, Ernest Town, July 19, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, July 23, 1819, p. 3

Purdy, Levina - see Switzer, Daniel

Purdy, Martha - see Atkins, Robert

Purdy, Mary - see Abbot, Jona

Purdy, Mercy - see Switzer, Peter

Purdy, Phoebe - see Barrett, Oliver

Purdy, Samuel. On Wednesday the 17th, Mr. Samuel Purdy to Miss Pamilla Ferris. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Purdy, Samuel Jr. At Ernest Town, by Licence, on Wednesday the 27th ult., Mr. Samuel Purdy Junior to Miss Eliza Jane Lockwood, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3

Purvis, Thomas. [At Brockville] On Sunday the 12th inst., Mr. Thomas Purvis to Miss Mary Conklin of the same place. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 17, 1819, p. 3

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Radenhurst, Amelia - see Grant, Daniel

Ralfs, Amelia - see Hattenham, Charles

Ranking, George, Rev. On the 18th of Oct. at Brighton, the Rev. George Ranking of Ipswich, to Eliza Maitland of Lyndhurst, Hants., and sister to Sir Peregrine Maitland. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 6, 1828, p. 2

Ranseer, Catharine - see Lyon, Seth

Redfern, Alice - see Pope, Richard, Rev.

Rees, Samuel. On Tuesday, the 9th inst., Samuel Rees to Miss Mary Ryder. Kingston Gazette, January 13, 1816, p. 3

Reid, Asa F., M. D. In this town, on the 30th March last by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Dr. Asa F. Reid to Miss Deiadamia Story. Kingston Gazette, April 26, 1814, p. 2

Reid, David. [of Vermont] In Ryegate, Vt., Mr. David Reid, aged 70, to Mrs. Polly Kincaid, aged 38. Kingston Gazette, June 29, 1816, p. 3

Reid, Peter. On Monday, the 9th inst., by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart, Mr. Peter Reid to Miss Mary Barley. Kingston Chronicle, June 13, 1823, p. 3

Rennie, Fanny, Mrs. - see Stewart, James

Richards, Elenor - see Lane, John

Richardson, Eliza - see Fothergill, Charles

Richardson, James. On Sunday evening last, by Rev. George O. Stuart, Lieut. James Richardson of the Navy, to Miss Rebeckah Dennis. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 6, 1813, p. 3

Rice, Clarissa - see Stanton, William

Richardson, Charles. At Niagara on the Lake, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. R. Addison, Charles Richardson, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Miss Eliza Euretta, youngest daughter of Ralfe Clench [sic] Esq., both of that town. Kingston Chronicle, April 20, 1827, p. 3

Rider, Mary - see Day, [Walter]

Ridick, Julia - see Bell, Stephen Ferguson

Ridout, Ann - see Spooner, John R.

Ridout, Frances Eliza - see Small, James Edward

Ridout, Thomas G. At York, on the 5th inst., by the Hon. and Rev. Dr. Strachan, Thomas G. Ridout, Esq., Cashier of the Bank of Upper Canada, to Miss Sullivan. Kingston Chronicle, April 15, 1825, p. 3

Rite, Samuel. At Belleville, on the 27th of May, by the Rev. Thomas Campbell, Miss Ann Cherry to Mr. Samuel Rite [sic], both of Belleville. Kingston Chronicle, June 6, 1823, p. 3

Robertson, David. On Wednesday, the 6th of October, at this place [Kingston], Mr. David Robertson to Miss Catherine Sutherford. [sic] Kingston Chronicle, October 15, 1819, p. 3

Robertson, Elizabeth - see Stuart,James

Robinson, John B[everly]. June 3 - At the New Church, St. Mary-le-Bonne (Eng.), John B. Robinson, Solicitor General of Upper Canada to Emma, only daughter of Charles Walker Esq., and niece of the Deputy Secretary of War. Kingston Gazette, Sept.23, 1817, p. 3

Robinson, William and Miriam Camaber of Adolphustown, married by licence April 5th, 1836, Witnesses Jack Johnson, Jane Ruttan. Marriage Register of John Hamm, Methodist.

Robison, Ann Ellice - see Stuart, George Okill, Rev.

Roi, ? (Miss) - see Lefievre, Gabriel

Roblin, ? - see Detlor, George H.

Roblin, Jane - see Davis, Andrew

Roblin, John. At Hallowell, on the 7th ult., by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. John Roblin of Sophiasburgh to Miss Nancy Langhorn Conger, eldest daughter of Stephen Conger, Esq., of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, March 1, 1822, p. 3

Roblin, Mary - see Portt, T.W.

Roblin, William. At Adolphustown on the 29th March, by the Rev. Job Deacon, Mr. William Roblin of Adolphustown to Miss Elizabeth Steel of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, April 1, 1825, p. 3

Rochleau, Mary - see Clarke, Simon Junr.

Rose, James. James Rose & Jane E. Stover married March 17, 184[0]. [illeg.] James Rose borned [sic] February 18th, 1815. Jane Rose borned November 12, 1821. Rose Bible, L&A County Museum.

Rose, Joseph. At Ernest Town, on sunday last, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Joseph Rose to Miss Sarah Bristol, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3

Ross, M. (Mrs.) - see Montgomery, George, M.D.

Ross, Walter. On Tuesday, the 20th inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic] Mr. Walter Ross to Miss Elizabeth Boselly, both of this town. Kingston Gazette, August 24, 1816, p. 3

Ross, William. In this town on Thursday last, by Rev. G. O. Stuart, William Ross, Esq., D'y Asst. Com'y General, to Miss Anne, daughter of Allan MacLean Esq., Speaker of the House of Assembly of this Province. Kingston Gazette, June 5, 1815, p. 3

Runnals, Mary - see Brown, John (of Hallowell)

Russell, Amy - see Demill, Anthony

Russell, Ann - see Hardy, Thomas

Russell, Elizabeth - see Huff, Charles

Russell, Margaret - see Deacon, Thomas

Ruttan, David. David Ratan [sic] of Adolphustown, farmer, married to Elizabeth Outwater of the same place by licence issued March 7th, 1826. Bondsmen James Bradshaw of Adolphustown, Blacksmith and Noxin Harris of the same place, Inn Keeper. Old Marriage Bond, L&A County Museum

Ruttan, Henry. In Hamilton (District of New Castle) on the 26th ult., Mr. Henry Ruttan, Merchant of Haldimand, to Miss Mary Jones, eldest daughter of Elias Jones Esq. of the former place. Kingston Gazette, June 8, 1816, p. 3

Ruttan, Polly - see Brown, Elias

Rutter, Alley - see Broughton, William

Rutter, John. In this town on Tuesday last, Mr. John Rutter to Miss Hariot Memolia, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, Jan. 29, 1819

Ryder, Eliza - see Day, Henry

Ryder, Mary - see Rees, Samuel

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St. George, Quetton. All persons having contracted debts with the subscriber on account of Quetton St. George Esq., of York (previous to the 1st of May last) are required to call and settle them without delay. Any accounts remaining unsettled after the 1st of May next will be put in the hands of an attorney for collection. H. C. Thomson, Kingston, 29th March, 1815. Kingston Gazette, April 22, 1815.

Saddler, Henry. On Tuesday, 3d inst., by the Rev. John Wilson, M.A., Lieut. Henry Saddler of the 37th Regiment, to Miss Martha Herchmer of this place [Kingston]. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 10, 1818, p. 3

Sarrasin, Susannah - see Menie, James

Saymon, Ann - see Catterick, Thomas

Schermehorn, Daniel. At Bath, on the 18th ult., by Rev. J. Stoughton, Mr. Daniel Schermehorn to Miss Hannah George, both of Richmond [township]. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Schermerhorn, John. In this town on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Official Stuart, John Schermerhorn [sic] to Miss Nancy Abbott. Kingston Gazette, August 12, 1817, p. 3

Scott, ?, Miss - see Huxley, Major

Scott, ?, Mrs., nee Shaw - see Baldwin, John

Scott, Harriet Sophia - see Van Koughnet, Philip

Scott, James (Montreal) At Glasgow, on the 14th August, by the Very Rev. Principal McFarlane, James Scott Esq., Editor of the Montreal Herald, to Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr. Arbuckle, Leather Merchant, Glasgow. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 11, 1828, p. 3

Scott, Jane - see Low, David

Sect, Abigail - see Jinks, Joseph

Selee, P. (Mr.) By the Rev. William Smart, on the 18th inst., Mr. P. Selee [Seely?] to Mrs. Lydia Graves, both of Elizabeth Town. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 27, 1828, p. 3

Seely, Olive - see Burnham, James

Sellers, Robert. In this town [Kingston] on Saturday Evening last, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Robert Sellers to Miss Harriet Olivier, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, August 8, 1816, p. 3

Sharp, Alida - see Miller, William

Sharp, Matthew. On Wednesday, the 24th inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Matthew Sharp to Miss Ann Spalsbury, both of Kingston, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, June 30, 1818, p. 3

Sharpe, Jane Anne - see Switzer, Philip

Shaw, Mary - see Fleming, George

Shelden, Peter. On Thursday the 6 of January by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Peter Shelden and Miss Abigail Grochong, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1820, p. 3

Sheriff, John. On June the 15th, ult., by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart, Mr. John Sheriff to Miss Mary Mosier. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 1, 1822, p. 3

Sherwood, Julia - see Jarvis, George S.

Shibley, David. On Sunday, the 22d ult., at Bath by the Rev. John Wilson, Mr. David Shibbly [sic] to Miss Rachel George, daughter of Mr. John George, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, April 7, 1818, p. 3

Shiels, James, M.D. At Cornwall on Wednesday the 29th ult., by the Rev. J.S. Mountain, James Shiels, M.D., lately from Dublin, to Mary Catharine, second daughter of John Cumming, Esq., of Kingston, M.P. Kingston Chronicle, January 7,1825, p. 3

Shorey, Esther - see Carscallan, Isaac

Shorey, Miles. At Fredericksburgh on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Miles Shorey to Miss Elizabeth Briscoe. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, March 31, 1820, p. 3

Short, Charles. On Monday Evening last, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Charles Short to Miss Julia Bissinette, niece of Mr. J. Richardson Senior, merchant of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Gazette, January 18, 1817, p. 3

Short, Louisa - see Brock, ?

Short, Robert, Rev. On the 6th ult., at Black Rock, at the residence of General Porter, by the Rev. Mr. Searl of Buffalo, the Rev. Robert Short of Richmond to Miss Maria Forsyth, daughter of Mr. William Forsyth of Sandwich. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 4, 1828, p. 3

Sills, John. On Tuesday last, by.... [Rev. Robert McDowall], Mr. John Sills, of Fredericksburgh, to the widow of the late Byron Crawford, Esquire, of Adolphustown. Kingston Gazette, January 27, 1818, p. 3 [Note: Bryon Crawford married Elizabeth Lloyd on Sept. 18,1816. See McDowall Register.]

Sills, Mary Ann - see Barnhart, Samuel

Sills, Rachel - see Williams, Joseph

Silver, Elizabeth - see Burnet, Matthew

Simmons, Mary - see Aylsworth, Benjamin

Simpson, Amelia (of New Orleans) - see McMason, Stephen

Simpson, Mahitabel - see McGarth, William.

Simpson, Margaret - see Dougherty, Bernard

Simpson, Margaret - see McDougall, Duncan, Lieut.

Sims, James. At the Old King's Head, on Friday the 23d inst., by the Rev. Arch Deacon Stuart, Mr. James Sims to Miss Mary Murphy. Kingston Chronicle, May 30, 1823, p. 3

Skinner, ?, Mrs. - see McDonnell, Duncan

Small, James Edward. On Saturday, the 26th of May last, at York, by the Hon. Rev'd Dr. Strachan, James Edward Small, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Frances Eliza, third daughter of Thomas Ridout, Esq., Surveyor-General of Upper Canada. Kingston Chronicle, June 8, 1821, p. 3

Smeathman, Charles Thomas. At York, on the 17th September by the Rev. Dr. Strachan, Charles Thomas Smeathman, Esq., Pay Master of De Watteville's Regiment, to the amiable and accomplished Miss Eliza Maria Arabella McDonnell. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 12, 1814, p. 2

Smith, Anne (of York) - see Nelles, Henry

Smith, David John. On Wednesday, the 8th inst., at Sheriff Maclean's, by the Venerable Archdeacon of Kingston, David John Smith, Esq., to Caroline Margaret Grant, both of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, April 11, 1829, p. 2

Smith, George. In this town on Saturday evening with the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. George Smith to Mrs. Amy Demill. Kingston Gazette, June 2, 1814, p. 4
Died in this town [Kingston] on Monday morning last, Mrs. Amy Smith, wife of Mr. George Smith, aged about 40 years. Kingston Gazette, April 12, 1817, p. 3

Smith, George. On Tuesday last, the 15th inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. George Smith to Miss Mary Morley, both of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, March 25, 1825, p. 3

Smith, Ira. Married at Ernest Town of the 2nd instant by the Rev. Mr. McDowel [sic], Mr. Ira Smith to Miss Milla Smith, both of this place [Ernest Town?] . Kingston Gazette, February 11, 1812, p. 3

Smith, John. On Saturday the 26th ultimo, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. John Smith to Miss Elizabeth Stead. Kingston Chronicle, March 3, 1820, p. 3

Smith, Margaret Frederica - see Willis, George B.

Smith, Milla - see Smith, Ira

Smith, Nancy (of Montreal) - see Gray, William

Smith, Parker. On Tuesday last, at Portland, by the Rev. Mr. McDowall, Mr. Parker Smith of Ernest Town to Miss Rebekah Switzer of the former place. Kingston Gazette, July 13, 1816, p. 3

Smith, Sarah, Mrs. - see Dorland, John

Smith, Sarah, Mrs. (of Fredericksburgh) - see Brownson, Samuel

Smith, Thomas (of Kingston). On Wednesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Stuart, Mr. Thomas Smith, hatter, to Miss Jane Ellerbeck, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, June 15, 1813, p. 3

Snider, Catharine - see Stover, Martin

Snider, Eve - see Asselstine, Peter

Snider, Jacob. At Cornwall on Tuesday the 30th ult. by the Rev. Joseph Johnson, Jacob Snider of Lancaster, aged seventy-seven years, to the much accomplished Lydia Parks, widow of the late Robert Parks of Cornwall, aged sixty-five years. Kingston Chronicle, April 16, 1819

Snider, Jane - see Henderson, Caleb

Snider, John. At Bath, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. John Snider to Miss Mary Hartman. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1829, p. 3

Snider, Simon. On Tuesday, the 16th of March, Mr. Simon Snider to Miss Christina Hartman, all of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, April 2, 1819

Snook, Amey - see McMullen, David

Snyder, Abraham. On Tuesday, the 10th inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Abraham Snyder to Miss Tabitha Peters, both of the Township of Ernest Town. Kingston Gazette, March 17, 1818, p. 3

Soper, Maria - see Young, Benjamin

Spafford, Caroline - see Stanton, William

Spafford, Elizabeth - see Thomson, Hugh C.

Spafford, Laura - see Miles, Stephen

Spafford, Nathaniel C. At Whitestown, N.Y., on the 6th ult., by the Rev. Mark Tucker, Mr. Nathaniel C. Spafford of Hallowell, U.C. to Miss Flora Tucker of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, March 1, 1822, p. 3

Spalsbury, Ann - see Sharp, Matthew

Spalsbury, Henry. On Sunday the 24th inst., Henry Spalsbury to Mary L. Montagne. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 30, 1815, p. 3

Spark, A., Rev. (widow of) - see Montgomery, George

Spence, John. At Cape Vincent [N.Y.], on Tuesday the 15th inst., by W. Sarket Esq., Mr. John Spence to Miss Rachel Dawson, both of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, May 25, 1821, p. 3

Spike, Sarah - see Leacock, William

Spinning, Emily - see Hubbard, Joseph

Spong, John. At Point Frederick on Monday, the 15th instant, by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. John Spong to Miss Nancy Martin, both of this Town. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 16, 1817, p. 3

Spooner, John R. At York, on Sunday, the 12th inst., by the Hon. and Rev. Dr. Strachan, John R. Spooner, Esq., of Montreal, to Miss Ann, eldest daughter of Thomas Ridout, Esq., Surveyor-General of this Province [Upper Canada]. Kingston Chronicle, May 24, 1822, p. 3

Spragg, John. At Montreal on Monday evening last, Mr. John Spragg, of the firm of Spragg and Hutchinson, to Miss Elizabeth Sarah, second daughter of James E. Campbell, Esq., Current St. Marie. Kingston Chronicle, August 29, 1823, p. 3

Spur, Olive - see Davis, John

Stafford, Francis D. (Miss) - see Stanton, Robert

Stanton, Elizabeth - see Harding, Samuel W.

Stanton, Robert. In this town on Monday Evening last, by Arthur Gifford Esq., Mr. Robert Stanton of the Commisariat Department, to Miss Fancis D. Stafford. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 7, 1816, p. 3

Stanton, Waity - see Gilbert, Reuben

Stanton, William. At Fort Erie on the 11th July, Mr. William Stanton late of York, to Miss Clarissa Rice of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Stanton, William. On the 12th inst., by the Venerable Dr. Stuart, William Stanton, Esq., to Miss Caroline Spafford of this place. Kingston Chronicle, June 22, 1827, p. 3

Starts, Mary - see Elson, Joseph

Stavans, Susannah. [Possibly Stevens spoken with an Irish accent.] Whereas my wife, Susannah, having left my Bed and Board, without any just provociation, this is to caution all persons from trusting her on my account, as I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date. John Stavans, Township of Maddock [Madoc?], Oct. 20, 1826. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1826, p. 3

Stead, Elizabeth - see Smith, John

Stedman, Simon. Whereas my wife, Neoma, has behaved in so unbecoming a manner and in squandering my property, and has publicly kept a house of ill fame, and broken all bonds of matrimony, I therefore forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my account, or purchasing any thing from her, or paying any thing to her, as I will not be accountable for her contracts or dealings of whatever name or nature, from this date. Simon Stedman, Nov. 2, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 19, 1819, p. 3

Steel, Abraham. At Hallowell, on the 18th ult., by James Cotter, Esq., Mr. Abraham Steel to Miss Lucy Adams. Kingston Chronicle, April 12, 1822, p. 3

Steel, Elizabeth - see Roblin, William

Stenton, Marty - see Gilbert, Reuben

Sternes, Benjamin. By the Rev. Mr. Official Stuart [sic], on the 23rd inst., Mr. Benjamin Sternes, Merchant, to Miss Elizabeth Maville. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 30, 1815, p. 3

Stephenson, Edward, Lieut. At Quebec, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. J.L. Mills, Chaplain to H.M. Forces, Edward Stephenson, Esq., Lieut. in H.M. 10th Regiment, to Miss Eliza De La Hay, eldest daughter of Jos. De La Hay, Esq., Captain in the same regiment. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 15, 1822, p. 3

Stewart, James, Sergeant. On the same day [Tuesday inst.], by the Rev. John Barclay, Mr. James Stewart, Sergeant in the Royal Artillery, to Mrs. Fanny Rennie. Kingston Chronicle, August 18, 1826, p. 3

Stewart, Jane - see Thom, James

Stiles, Caroline - see Hunter, Elijah

Stinson, Margaret - see Young, William

Stormes, Margaret - see Cooper, David

Storms, John. At Bath, on Tuesday, the 27th June, by the Rev. J. Stoughton, Mr. John Storms to Miss Elizabeth Hogle, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, June 30, 1820, p. 3

Story, Deiadamia - see Reid, Asa F., M.D.

Stoughton, James. On Thursday, the 4th inst., by the Rev. William Macaulay, Mr. James Stoughton to Miss Mary Louisa Blanchard, both of this place. Kingston Chronicle, March 5, 1819.

Stoughten, John, Rev. At Bath, on Wednesday the 13th last, by the Rev. George Okill Stuart, Bishop's Official, the Rev. John Stoughten [sic] to Maria, second daughter of the late Nicholas Hagerman, Esq. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1821, p. 3

Stoughton, Mary - see Dennis, Joseph

Stover, Elizabeth - see Clark, Robert Jr.

Stover, Jane E. - see Rose, James.

Stover, Martin. At Bath on 22nd Feb. by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Martin Stover to Miss Catharine Snider, both of the Township of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 25, 1820, p. 3

Strange, John. At Albany, on Monday Evening, the 2d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hooper Cumming, Mr. John Strange, Merchant of this place [Kingston] to Miss Mary McGill of the former place. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 10, 1818, p. 3

Striker, Elizabeth - see Laughlin, Joseph

Stuart, George OKill, Rev. At Portland, Maine, on Tuesday, 27th September, by the Rev. Mr. Nicol, the Rev. George Okill Stuart of this town, Rector of St. George's Cathedral and Bishop Official for Upper Canada, to Miss Ann Ellice Robison, formerly of this place. Kingston Gazette, October 12, 1816, p. 3

Stuart, James, M.P. On Saturday Evening last, the 14th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Leeds, James Stuart, Esq., M.P., Barrister at Law, to Miss Elizabeth Robertson, only daughter of the late Alex. Robertson Esq., of this city [Montreal], merchant. Copied from Montreal Herald. Kingston Gazette, April 7, 1818, p. 3

Sullivan, ? (Miss) - see Ridout, Thomas G.

Sutherford, Catherine - see Robertson, David

Sweeny, Maria - see Esson, Henry, Rev.

Sweeting, Thomas. SINGING SCHOOL. The subscriber proposes to teach a Singing School in the Town of Kingston, to commence about the 10th November next, if a sufficient number of scholars shall be subscribed for. The subscription paper may be seen at the Printing Office, where also the terms and further particulars may be known. Thomas Sweeting, Kingston, Oct. 28, 1817 Kingston Gazette, Nov. 4, 1817, p. 4

Swetman, Hannah - see Nash, Thomas

Swetman, James. At Bath, on the 22nd inst. [sic], Mr. James Swetman of Amherst Island to Miss Sarah Mullet of Adolphustown. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Switzer, Daniel. In this town on the 3rd instant, Mr. George Breitnece to Miss Mary Lalonde. On the 4th inst., Mr. Daniel Switzer to Miss Levina Purdy. And on the same day, Mr. Thos. Wellman to Miss Hannah Findle. Kingston Chronicle, May 14, 1819

Switzer, Elija. At Bath, on Tuesday the 9th May, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Elija Switzer to Miss Catherine Nevill. Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3

Switzer, John G. At Bath, by the Rev. J. Stoughton, on the 19th ult., Mr. John G. Switzer to Miss Zilpah Hicks. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1825, p. 3

Switzer, Peter. In this town [Kingston] on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Picket, Mr. Peter Switzer to Miss Mercy Purdy of the township. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 5, 1816, p. 3

Switzer, Philip. On Tuesday the 6th inst. by the Rev. Robert McDowell, Philip Switzer, Esq. to Miss Jane Anne Sharpe. Kingston Chronicle, April 16, 1819

Switzer, Philip. At Bath on the 13th ult., Mr. Philip Switzer to Miss Mary Collins, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Switzer, Rebekah - see Smith, Parker

Symington, Eliza - see Brown, Claude

Symons, C.B., Lieut. On Thurs., the 12th inst., by the Rev. R.W. Tunny, Chaplain to the Forces, Lieut. C.B. Symons, Royal Artillery, to Margaret, eldest daughter of George Macbeath, Esq., Quartermaster of the 68th Regt. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 13, 1826, p. 3

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Tagarty, Elizabeth - see Miller, Elisha

Talbot, Robert. On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. George O. Stuart, Mr. Robert Talbot to Miss Ellen Pember, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, December 1, 1812, p. 2

Taylor, Nancy - see Wright, John

Tenike, Catharine - see Ward, John

Tennant, John. At Adolphustown, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Job Deacon, Mr. John Tennant to Miss Jane Kaye. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 24, 1824, p. 3

Thom, James. Also the same day [Tuesday the 4th inst.] by Rev. John Barclay, Mr. James Thom to Miss Jane Stewart. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1826, p. 2

Thomas, Hannah - see Dal, David

Thompson, Duncan. On Tuesday the 29th of April, by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Duncan Thompson to Miss Ann MacLean. Kingston Gazette, May 8, 1817, p. 3

Thomson, George. Whereas my wife, Permelia, has eloped from my bed and board without any just or lawful provocation, therefore I forbid any person or persons against harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will not pay any debts of her contracting. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820, p. 3

Thomson, Hugh C. In this town [Kingston] on Monday evening by the Rev. Mr. Stuart, Mr. Hugh C. Thomson, Merchant, to Miss Elizabeth Spafford, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, September 23, 1813, p. 3

Thomson, Mary Madeline. Whereas my wife, Mary Madeline, has left my bed and board without justification, this is therefore to forbid any persons harboring or trusting her on my account as I will pay no debts of her contracting after this date. Robert Thomson Junior, Kingston, October 1st, 1818. Kingston Gazette, October 13, 1818, p. 2

Thurnwood, Mary - see Martindale, John

Tobias - see Dancing School

Tolbert, Susannah - see Finkle, George

Trader, Mary - see Beacon, James

Trumpour, Sarah - see Hermans, John S.

Tucker, Emma M. - see Penn, Richard

Tucker, Flora - see Spafford, Nathaniel C.

Turnbull, John. On Friday, the 20th inst., by the Rev. G.O. Stuart, Mr. John Turnbull, Merchant of Belleville, to Miss Charlotte, youngest daughter of Major Everett of the township of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, July 27, 1821, p. 3

Turnbull, Robert. Notice - Robert Turnbull from Mindrim on the southern border of Scotland, who is now supposed to be residing in some part of Upper Canada, is requested to send his address to the office of the Kingston Chronicle for the information of a relative, who feels interested in his welfare and is desirous of corresponding with him. Kingston Chronicle, June 30, 1820, p. 3

Turpin, Jane C. - see Parker, J.G.

Turpin, Julie - see Maxwell, Robert

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Valeau, Peter. At Sophiasburgh, on the 6th ult., Mr. Peter Valeau of Adolphustown, to Miss Patty Porter of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, March 1, 1822, p. 3

Vancleif, John. At the same place [Hallowell] on Wed., the 27th ult. by Samuel Dorland, Esq., Mr. John VanCleif of Adolphustown to Miss Hannah Hubbs, daughter of Mr. Robert Hubbs of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, March 1, 1822, p. 3

Vandresar, David. On Sunday last, at Ernest Town, by the Rev. John Wilson, Mr. David Vandresar to Miss Amelia George, daughter of Mr. John George of that place. Kingston Gazette, October 21, 1817, p. 3

Vandresler, Parmelia. Whereas my wife, Parmelia, has eloped from my bed and board, I forbid all persons trusting or harboring her on my account for I will not pay any debts of her contracting from this day. David Vandresler, Kingston, March 7, 1818. Kingston Gazette, March 10, 1818, p. 3

Van Horn, Margaret - see Clapp, Paul

Vankoughnet, Philip. At Cornwall, U.C., on Thursday the 1st inst., by the Rev. J. S. Mountain, Philip Van Koughnet, Esquire, M.P., to Harriet Sophia, third daughter of the late Matthew Scott, Esq., of Carrick on Suir, Ireland. Kingston Chronicle, April 16, 1819

Van Neff, Peter. On Tuesday, the 27th of May by the Rev. G.O. Stuart, Mr. Peter Van Neff, to Miss Orvilla Prescott, both of Loughborough. Kingston Chronicle, June 8, 1821, p. 3

Van Winkle, Sally P. - see Hough, Peter

Vent, Mary - see Morley, Valentine

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Wade, Mary - see Webster, Cornelius

Walker, Dorothea - see Penly, Edmund

Walker, Emma - see Robinson, John Beverly

Walter, Charlotte (of Quebec City) - see McDonald, Arthur

Walton, Jonathan. [Taking daughters on Grand Tour, American-style.] Arrived here yesterday, Jonathan Walton Esq., of Schenectady, Mrs. Walton and two daughters. It is worthy of observation that this Gentleman is the first person who has made a tour through Upper Canada in his own carriage. Mrs. Walton's carriage is of a very light construction and we understand has not sustained the slightest injury. This speaks much in favour of the improved state of our roads, which but a few years since were barely passable with heavy wagons. Kingston Chronicle, July 28, 1820, p. 3

Ward, Amy - see Warner, Zara

Ward, Elisha. On Tuesday the 17th day of November, 1818, by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Elisha Ward, to Miss Phoebe Ferris, by Licence. Kingston Gazette, December 29, 1818, p. 3

Ward, John. In this town on Thursday last, by Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. John Ward to Miss Catharine Tenike, both of Kingston. Kingston Gazette, April 1, 1815, p. 3

Ward, Sophia - see Whitehead, Marcus F.

Warden, Phebe - see Orser, David

Warner, Lydia. Whereas Lydia Warner, my wife, has left my bed and board without any just cause or provocation, this is therefore to forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will not pay any debts of her contracting after this date. John Warner, Loughborough [twp., Upper Canada], March 7, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, March 10, 1820, p. 3

Warner, Zara. At Ernest Town, on the 23rd inst. [sic], by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. Zara Warner to Miss Amy Ward, both of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Warren, John. At Fort Erie, on the 1st of May by the Rev. Mr. Fleming, John Warren Esq., Collector at the Port of Fort Erie, to Charlotte, the eldest daughter of Deputy Assistant Commissioner Gr__d. [illegible] Kingston Chronicle, May 24, 1822, p. 3

Wartman, Barnabas. In this town on Sunday the 23rd Oct., Mr. Barnabas Wartman to Miss Hannah Day. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 3, 1814, p. 2

Wartman, Christiana - see Ferris, Joseph Jr.

Wartman, Lewis. In this town on Sunday last, by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Mr. Lewis Wartman to Miss Jane Herchmer. Kingston Gazette, Aug. 29, 1815, p. 3

Wartman, Peter. On Thursday the 10th inst., Mr. Peter Wartman to Miss Rhoda Day. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Washburn, Daniel. In this town on Thursday evening by the Rev. G. O. Stuart, Capt. Daniel Washburn of the Incorporated Militia, to Miss Mary MacLean daughter of Allan MacLean, Esq. Kingston Gazette, June 22, 1814, p. 2

Washburn, Lucinda - see Wilder, John

Washburn, Simon. At York, on Thursday, the 12th inst., Simon Washburn, Esq., Barrister- at-Law, to Miss FitzGibbon. Kingston Chronicle, April 27, 1821, p. 3

Watkins, Richard. At Montreal on the 30th [?] ult., by the Rev. E. Black, Mr. Richard Watkins of the City to Miss Jane, daughter of the late Walter Buchanan, Esq., formerly of Paisley, Scotland, lately of Salmon River, Upper Canada. Kingston Chronicle, November 12, 1824, p. 3

Way, Daniel S. Oct. 3rd, Mr. Daniel Way of Sophiasburgh, to Miss Susannah Bristol of Ernest Town. Kingston Chronicle, October 15, 1819, p. 3

Webster, Cornelius. By the Rev. Wm. Macaulay on Saturday, the 23d inst., Cornelius Webster, Esq., to Miss Mary Wade, all of the District of Newcastle. Kingston Chronicle,, April 29, 1825, p. 3

Webster, Mary - see Boyes, John

Webster, Parker. At Brockville on Saturday the 27th ult. by Rev. William Smart, Mr. Parker Webster, aged 65 years, to the most amiable and accomplished Mrs. Baker, relict of the late Ira Baker of the same place, deceased, aged 25 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 17, 1819, p. 3

Weller, Sarah - see Miskin, Richard

Wellman, Thomas. In this town on the 3rd instant, Mr. George Breitance to Miss Mary Lalonde. On the 4th inst., Mr. Daniel Switzer to Miss Levina Purdy. And on the same day, Mr. Thos Wellman to Miss Hannah Findle. Kingston Chronicle, May 14, 1819

Wells, Mary - see Olcott, Benjamin

Wemp, Michael. At this place on Monday, the 11th ult., by Rev. John Wilson, Mr. Michael Wemp of Amherst Island to Miss Eleanor George, daughter of Mr. John George of Bath. Kingston Chronicle, March 1, 1822, p. 3

Wessels, Stephen. On Monday, the 5th day of Feb., 1816, by the Rev. Mr. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Stephen Wessels to Miss Susannah Hart, both of Sophiasburgh. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 10, 1816, p. 3

West, George. [of Virginia] In Giles, Virginia, 20th Nov., by Rev. J. Cook, Mr. George West, aged 106 years, to Miss Mary Gartner, aged 80. Kingston Gazette, June 29, 1816, p. 3

Westin, Jane - see Bennam, Henry

Whelpley, Lorenda - see Kellogg, Simeon

Whelply, Phebe B. - see Alley, John

White, ?, Miss (of Sydney) - see Jones, Henry

Whitehead, Jerry (of Kingston). Married in England, on the 29th September last, Mr. Jerry Whitehead, late of this place [Kingston], merchant, to Miss Esther Bradberry of Lecrose. Kingston Gazette, March 25, 1815, p. 3

Whitehead, Marcus F. At Port Hope, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Wm. Macaulay, Marcus F. Whitehead, Esq., Attorney at Law, to Sophia, eldest daughter of Thomas Ward, Esq. Kingston Chronicle, June 6, 1823, p. 3

Whitelock, Mary - see Glass, John

Whiteside, Sarah - see McGill, Matthew

Whitney, Benjamin. On Friday Evening, by the Rev. R.G. Curtois, Chaplain to the forces, Benjamin Whitney Esq., to Jane Isabella Smith Gumby. Kingston Gazette, March 3, 1818, p. 3

Wickham, Samuel. March 1st, by the Rev. Charles B. Fleming, at Picton, Mr. Samuel Wickham to Miss Nancy McDonnell, both of Sophiasburgh. Kingston Chronicle, April 11th, 1829, p. 2

Wilder, John. In Leicester [sic], Mr. John Wilder to Miss Lucinda A. Washburn, both of said town. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 19, 1815, p. 3

Wilkins, Mary Anne - see Wragg, T.H.

Wilkinson, Edward. On Sunday, the 7th, Mr. Edward Wilkinson to Miss Elizabeth [Chase?] [illegible]. Kingston Chronicle, March 12, 1819.

Wilkinson, Henry W. On Tuesday Evening last, by the Rev. Official Stuart [sic], Mr. Henry W. Wilkinson to Miss Ellen Patrick, both of this city. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 15, 1817, p. 3

Wilkes, James. On Sunday evening, by the Rev. R.G. Curtois, Chaplain to the Forces, James Wilkes, Esq., Ordnance Storekeeper, to Miss Briscoe. Kingston Gazette, November 3, 1818, p. 3

Wilkinson, Cecilia, Mrs. - see Kirby, John

Willard, Andrew Phelps W. At Belleville, on Friday the 20th ult., by the Rev. Thos. Campbell, Mr. Andrew Phelps W. Willard, Watch and Chronometer maker of that place, to the Amiable and Accomplished Miss Phoebe Ann Dayton of Kingston, Millener. (Correspondent) Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1826, p. 3

Willcox, Clara - see Bidwell, Marshall Spring

Williams, ? M.D. On Thursday, Dr. Williams of the 65th Regiment, to Miss Hinds. Kingston Chronicle, January 31, 1823, p. 3

Williams, Cornelia - see Lightfoot, ?, Lieut.-Colonel

Williams, Joseph. On Tuesday the 18th inst., by the Rev. Official Stuart, Mr. Joseph Williams to Miss Rachel Sills, by licence. Kingston Gazette, March 22, 1817, p. 3

Williams, Nelson. On Tuesday, the 2nd day of March, by the Rev. Official [sic] Stuart, Mr. Nelson Williams to Miss Anne Orser. Kingston Chronicle, March 12, 1819

Williams, Rebecca - see Lyon, Lyman

Willis, George B., R.A. In this Town [Kingston] on Tuesday last, by the Rev. George O. Stuart, George B. Willis, Esq., Lieut., Royal Artillery, to Margaret Frederica, eldest daughter of Peter Smith, Esq. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 25, 1817, p. 2

Wilsey, Clarissa - see Case, Abner

Wilson, Mary - see Fawke, Erasmus

Winslow, Penelope - see Winterbottom

Winterbottom, ? At Frederickton, on the 14th ult., by the Rev. George best, Paymaster Winterbottom of the 52nd Light Infantry, to Mrs Penelope Jenkins, daughter of the late Hon. E. Winslow. Kingston Chronicle, January 7, 1825, p. 3

Wood, Peter and Mary Ann Palmer of Sophiasburgh married by banns January 18, 1837. Witnesses Benj. VanBlaricom and Phebe Wood. Marriage Register of John Hamm, Methodist.

Woolfe, John. On the 3d inst., by the Rev'd Archdeacon Studart, Mr. John Woolfe to Miss Mary Caverly, both of the Township of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, November 12, 1824, p. 3

Woodard, Catharine. This is to inform the public that, about nine years ago, I was married to William Woodard; and that about two years ago, he turned me off without any provocation and now lives with my sister's daughter, the wife of Jerry Manters. - - Here is the difference between a poor man, and one possessing plenty of Cash; after trading upon my money and making a fortune he is ashamed of me, and he turns me off. Catharine Woodard, Kingston, Nov. 30, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 10, 1819, p. 3

Woodard, William. "Whereas Catherine Woodard, my wife, has inserted in the Kingston Chronicle a malicious and false statement respecting me...." Catherine had accused William of marrying her for her money, and of getting rid of her to live with a woman not his wife, one Mrs. Manter. William states that he improved upon the property left to his wife, Catharine, on the death of her first husband. After he invited his only daughter by his first marriage to come from the States and live with them, Catherine's conduct "became so inconsistent" that they agreed to a separation, with an equal division of the property before witnesses. About two months ago [i.e.. Oct., 1819] a woman whose husband, Jeremiah Manter, had run off and left her with two children, applied to Woodard's daughter for shelter in return for housework. This agreement was for the winter, or until Jeremiah Manter returned. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 23, 1819

Wragg, T.H. (Mr.) At the Carrying Place, by the Rev. Mr. Campbell, on Monday last, T.H. Wragg Esq. of Montreal to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of R.C. Williams Esq., of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, July 25 [?]. 1823, p. 3

Wright, Barnley Cole. On Sunday, 30th ult. [April] in the township of Kingston, Mr. Barnley Cole Wright to Miss Nancy Andrews. Kingston Chronicle, May 5, 1820, p. 3

Wright, John. At Bath, on Monday, the 4th inst., Mr. John Wright to Miss Nancy Taylor, both of Marysburgh. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3

Wright, Mary - see McGill, George

Wright, Sarah - see Davison, Charles

Wright - see also Rite.

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Yeomans, Sarah - see Brooks, Edward

Young, ? (Miss) of Ameliasburgh - see Johnstone, Henry H.

Young, Ann (of Niagara) - see Paterson, James, Capt.

Young, Benjamin. Married on the 28th April, Mr. Benjamin Young to Miss Maria Soper, both of Ameliasburgh. Kingston Chronicle, May 12, 1820, p. 3

Young, George. At Ernest Town on Tuesday last, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. George Young of Fredericksburgh to Miss Isabella Johnston of the former place. Kingston Chronicle, April 7, 1820, p. 3

Young, John. Elizabeth, my wife, has left my bed and board, in my absence, without the least provocation, and has carried off every article belonging to me; this is therefore to forbid all persons harbouring or trusting her on my account, on pain of being prosecuted to the utmost vigor of the law. I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date. John Young. Kingston Gazette, April 20, 1816

Young, William. In Hallowell, October 5th, by the Rev. L. McDowall, Mr. William Young, son of Major D. Young, to Miss Margaret Stinson, daughter of J. Stinson Esq., late Member of Parliament, both of Hallowell. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 28, 1817, p. 3

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Ziemes, Ellen - see Ritchie, Robert Mcgee

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