Vital Records Database: V - White

Donated by John Austin

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NAME SOURCE DATE PLACE SPOUSE/PARENTS NOTES
van Nostrand, John News. P Feb. 12, 1852     Malone Delia M. Carpenter he was formerly of NYC, she was from Malone. Married by Rev. G. Swan
van Nostrand, John Albert News. P Oct. 1, 1853 Malone John G. and Delia M. van Nostrand died as an infant, son of John and Delia van Nostrand of Malone
van Nostrand, John G. News. R Feb. 12, 1852 Malone Delia M. Carpenter he was formerly of NYC; she was from Malone. Married by Rev. G. Swan. (Feb. 17, 1852)
Vanorman, Melvin Civil War record Apr. 12, 1833   Henry Vanorman Lucy Stafford born in Franklin Co.
Varney, Charles News. R Sep. 1, 1846 Lawrence Fanny M. Hitchcock married in Lawrence by Rev. Mr. Cutler (Sep. 15, 1846
Vass, John Ft. Cov. VR marriages Jan. 1, 1848 Ft. Covington Cameron, Jane  
Vaster(?), Allen News. P Mar. 22, 1861 Westville   died ae 65 of lung fever
Vero(?), Margaret b1 Mar. 30, 1850 Ft. Covington Alexis(?) Vero(?) Mary Kirke(?) born Sep. 17, 1849. Listed as Vio in original records, but appears to be the family listed in 1860 as Vero, with father Alexander, not Alexis
Viger, George 1875 census deaths Jul. 21, 1874 Ft. Covington (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Fell From Building
Villenave, Alfred b2 Mar. 23, 1862 St. Regis Benjamin Villenave Emily Brunet born Mar. 16, 1862 and probably lived in Ft. Covington. They are listed in both the Ft. Covington and Bombay censuses in 1860
Villenave, Archibald b1 June 2, 1850 Ft. Covington Benjamin Villenave Emily Brunette born May 25, 1850. Lived in Ft. Covington in 1850.
Villenave, Benjamin b1 May 25, 1852 Ft. Covington Benjamin Villenave Emily Brunette born May 17, 1852. Lived in Bombay in 1860, and are also listed in Ft. Covington
Villenave, Justina b1 Dec. 18, 1848 Ft. Covington Benjamin Villenave Emily Brunett born Dec. 9, 1848. Lived in Ft. Covington. Listed in 1850 census as a male named "Justin"
Villenave, Mary Rose b1 Jul. 14, 1844 Ft. Covington Michael Villenave Rose Langin(?) born May 30, 1844. Lived in Ft. Covington
Villeneuf, Justine m1 Jul. 2, 1849 Ft. Covington Vincent Polo his name is listed as Bolo in the original, and he also went by Vincent (or Andrew) Hart or Polo
Vilnave(?), Benjamin 1875 census deaths Sep. 20, 1874 Ft. Covington (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Unknown
Vivlamore, Lawrence b1 Aug. 11, 1850 Ft. Covington John Vivlamore Josette(?) LaBrec born Apr. 12, 1850. Lived in Ft. Covington and were still there in 1860
Vondit, Lewis 1875 census deaths May 27, 1875 Franklin (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Dropsey in the Head
Vorce, James Malone VR marriages Dec. 27, 1848 Malone Seelery(?), Jane lived in Burke in 1860 with 4 children
Wade, Abner News. R Sep. 19, 1852 Ft. Covington Sarah M. Bean both of Ft. Covington. Married by Rev. C. Gillette. (Oct. 5, 1852)
Wade, Clarissa Ft. Cov. VR marriages Jan. 20, 1847 Ft. Covington Martin, William  
Wagoner, Mary Ft. Cov. VR deaths Jul. 2, 1848 Ft. Covington   old age
Wagoner, Silva 1875 census deaths Aug. 4, 1874 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Old Age
Wagstaff, Jane News. R Oct. 11, 1855. Ogdensburg James Harran married in Ogdensburg Oct 11, 1855 by Rev. W. S. Titus, James Harran to Miss Jane Wagstaff, both of Malone. (Oct. 16, 1855)
Wagstaff, Jane Matilda News. P Oct. 31, 1853 Malone William and Margaret Wagstaff died ae 13 mos, daughter of William and Margaret Wagstaff
Walbridge, Lorinda 1875 census deaths Dec. 23, 1874 Bellmont (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Consumption
Walker, Dr. Hiram N. News. P Jan. 18, 1860 Hogansburg Mary E. Babcock he was a doctor, she was the daughter of James M. Babcock. Married at the home of the bride's father
Walker, Fowler Ft. Cov. VR marriages Jan. 1, 1847 Ft. Covington Shipman, Hester  
Walker, Rebecca 1875 census deaths Apr. 12, 1875 Chateaugay (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Lung Fever
Wallace, Catherine Ft. Cov. VR marriages Mar. 9, 1848 Ft. Covington Spencer, Farlinger(?)  
Wallace, Jonathan Hurd Fall, 1817 Ft. Covington Florilla Hitchcock he was a lawyer in Ft. Covington who died in 1856. She was the daughter of Dr. Buel Hitchcock, and she re-married in 1858 Deacon A. Brown of Henderson, NY and died in 1879. (p. 384)
Wallace, Matilda News. R Oct. 9, 1853 Bangor   died very suddenly of disease of the heart, ae 57. Buried in Wylie cemetery (Oct. 25, 1853)
Wallace, Matilda News. P Oct. 1853 Bangor   died ae 57. She was listed as Mrs. Matilda Wallace, but her husband's name was not mentioned
Waller, John D. News. P Mar. 23, 1861 Bombay Janet E. Sweet both of Bombay. Married by Rev. W. Chase
Waller, Minnie 1875 census deaths Nov. 22, 1874 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Spinal Meningitis
Walling, Henrietta Louise Clarissa b2 Sep. 20, 1840 St. Regis Nicholas Walling Elizabeth Newcomb born Sep. 20, 1840 and baptized the same day. Baptism may have occurred in Ft. Covington
Walling, Mary Josephine b1 Oct. 15, 1844 Ft. Covington Nicholas Walling Elizabeth Newcomb born Oct. __, 1844. Lived in Ft. Covington
Walling, Mary Stephanie b1 June 29(?), 1846 Ft. Covington Nicholas N. Walling Elizabeth Newcomb born June 27, 1846. Lived in Ft. Covington
Walsh, Mary m1 Nov. 18, 1851 Hogansburg William Barry may be the couple listed in the 1860 census of Constable
Waltham, Mary Louise News. P Mar. 17, 1851 Chateaugay Samuel Stuart he was of the Northern RR and a lineal descendant of the House of Stuart, formerly of Canada. She was from Potsdam. Married by Fr. Bernard McCabe in St. Patrick's church
Ward, Ann m1 Feb. 24, 1852 Hogansburg James Murphy may be the couple listed in the 1860 census of Bombay as James and Mary Anne Murphy
Ward, Bridget m3 Jan. 31, 1842 St. Regis Michael Keefe probably lived at Cold Springs, Town of Bombay
Ward, John m1 May 4, 1851 Hogansburg Margaret Brennan lived in Bombay in 1860. His grave at St. Patrick's Cemetery near Hogansburg says 1826-1902
Ward, John m1 Oct. 14, 1855 Hogansburg Margaret Brennan this may be a different couple than those who were married in 1851
Ward, Louis b1 Nov. 2, 1862 Hogansburg(?) Matthew Ward Anne Butler born Jul. 16, 1862. Lived in Bombay in 1860 and in 1870. Listed as Louisa in the 1870 census
Ward, Mary m1 Jan. 25, 1846 Massena John Brennan both were from Hogansburg, and lived in Bombay in 1860
Ward, Mary Ann b1 Jan. 9, 1856 Hogansburg John Ward Margaret Brennan born Dec. 1855. Lived in Bombay
Ward, Matthew m1 Aug. 1, 1855 Hogansburg Ann Butler lived in Bombay in 1860 - 1870
Ward, William Henry b1 Feb. 22, 1852 Hogansburg John Ward Margaret Brennan born Feb. 15, 1852 and died in 1929. Lived in Bombay and married Margaret Foley (1855-1930)
Ware, (Mrs?) Emma C Parm. Jan. 10, 1855 Malone David Eggleston he was from Malone ae 22; she was a widow from Malone ae 23. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Jones (colored people), Betsey Parmelee, Amelia Longley (the record says “Miss”, not “Mrs.”)
Ware, Elizabeth News. P Dec. 24, 1853 Malone Daniel H. Stratton he was a printer for the Frontier Palladium, she was formerly of Watertown. Married at St. Mark's church
Ware, Henry News. R. Dec. 30, 1853 Malone   died in Malone Dec. 30, 1853, ae 25. (Jan. 3, 1854)
Warner, N. W. News. P Dec. 4, 1860 Malone Margeana Hardy both of Malone. Married at the home of Darius Hardy, father of the bride , by Rev. L. M. Woodruff
Warner, Nellie E. 1875 census deaths Oct. 29, 1874 Bangor (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original)  
Warren, Elizabeth S. News. C. Oct. 31, 1846 Plattsburgh Sidney W. Gillette he was a merchant from Constable, they were marrried at the house of her brother J. D. Warren in Plattsburgh
Warren, Joseph D. Parm. Sep. 19, 1843 Malone Mrs. Lucy A. Birch he was a merchant from Plattsburgh ae 28. She was a 24 yr old widow also from Plattsburgh. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jackson Esq., Sidney Gillette
Warren, Luthera W. News. R Feb. 18, 1852 Constable Dr. W.S. Daggett he was from Champlain, but had been living in Constable in 1850. She was also from Constable. Married by Rev. W.B. Mervin. (Mar. 2, 1852)
Waste, J. Murray 1875 census deaths Jul. 30, 1874 Dickinson (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Kidney Disease
Waterhouse, Dr. H.S. News. R Jan. 19, 1835 Key West, FL   postmaster at Key West, formerly of Malone, drowned along with his son. (Feb. 17, 1835)
Waterhouse, Dr. Henry S. Parm. May 17, 1812 Malone Lucinda Spencer both of Malone (his first wife Sally died Jul. 21, 1810 ae 42. He drowned at Key West FL Jan. 19, 1835)
Waterhouse, Richard News. T Jul. 15, 1825 Malone Prof. H.S. Waterhouse he died age 3. Another child appears to have died on the 15th of July, age either 12 yrs or I yr and 2 mos.
Waterman, Caroline Howard Hurd Jan. 10, 1842 Chateaugay Augustus Douglass he was a twice widowed farmer from Chateaugay, she was the widow of Samuel Waterman of Westville. (p. 458f)
Waters, John m1 Jan. 7, 1853 Hogansburg Margaret Bacon she may be the daughter of William and Mary Bacon who were living in Bombay in 1850
Watkins, Cephas Parm. Feb. __, 1828 Malone Phebe Chase both of Malone. The day of the month is missing in the original (still lived in Malone in 1860)
Watkins, Chloe M. Hurd Feb. 21, 1850 Chateaugay Artemas Earle Jr. he was a farmer from Chateaugay; she was the daughter of Elias and Susan Crooks Watkins of Malone. (p. 460f)
Watkins, Chloe M. News. P Feb. 21, 1850 Malone Artemas Earle both of Malone
Watkins, Eunice E. News. R Sep. 30, 1852 Malone Charles L. Hubbard he was from the Malone firm of Wead and Hubbard, and she was the daughter of Cephas and Phebe Watkins of Malone. Married by Rev. S.R. Woodruff. (Oct. 5, 1852)
Watkins, George B.R. News. P Mar. 19, 1851 Clairmont, NH Grace Greeley he was the son of Elias and Susan Watkins of Malone, she was from Clairmont, NH
Watkins, Herbert Malone VR deaths Apr. 17, 1848 Malone   killed by accident
Watkins, Jared Parm. Aug. 1, 1819 Malone Philena Wood both of Malone
Watkins, Josephine News. R Feb. 7, 1855. Malone Albon Man married in Malone Feb. 7, 1855 by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Albon man to Miss Josephine Watkins, daughter of Cephas Watkins. (Feb. 13, 1855)
Watkins, VanBuren Parm. Apr. 18, 1861 Malone Cornelia Whipple he was from Malone ae 27; she was from Burke ae 24. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: William Young, Pamelia Hitchcock, Betsey Parmelee
Watts, Alexander News. P Nov. 8, 1860 New York City   died at the home of his brother-in-law Henry D. Sedwick in NYC He was living in Stockbridge MA but was formerly of Moira
Wead, Adeline Parm. Jan. 20, 1822 Malone Hiram Horton Jr. both of Malone
Wead, Caroline Parm. Mar. 27, 1845 Malone William L. Kellogg he was a farmer from Malone ae 40; she was from Malone ae 25. Witnesses: Elisha Kellogg, Thomas R. Powell, MD, Samuel Wead, Mary King, Delia Horton
Wead, Charles Kasson Malone VR births Sep. 7, 1848 Malone Samuel C. Wead the mother's last name is probably Casson
Wead, Huldah News. P Dec. 26, 1852 Belmont William Wead died ae 34 yrs 11 mos, wife of William Wead
Wead, Mary Parm. Oct. 17, 1832 Malone John L. Russell he was from Canton, NY ae 28; she was from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: Jacob Wead, Hiram Horton, Adeline Horton, and Betsey Parmelee
Wead, Rachel News. P Aug. 29, 1850 Malone Samuel H. Lawrence both of Malone. Married by Rev. Stratton
Wead, Samuel C. Parm. Jan. 1, 1834 Malone Elvira Fuller he was a merchant from Malone ae 26; she was a well educated young lady from Malone ae 21. Witnesses: Jacob Wead, John H. Russell, Hiram Horton, Adeline Horton
Wead, Samuel C. Hurd Jan. 1, 1834 Malone Eliza A, Fuller he was a merchant in Malone. She died Apr. 26, 1844. (p. 423)
Wead, Samuel C. Hurd Oct. 20, 1845 Burlington, VT Mary E. Kasson he was a widower from Malone, she was from Burlington. (p. 423)
Wead, Stephen Parm. Jan. 23, 1822 Malone Lucinda Amsden he was from Hopkinton, she was from Malone
Wead, William Parm. Dec. 25, 1838 Malone Huldah Peck he was a farmer from Belmont ae 35; she was a school teacher from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: William Brewster, John Childs, Leonard Vchilds, Roswell Wead, Betsey Parmelee
Webb, Angeline M. News. P Ocxt. 26, 1852 Malone Eli O. Foster both from Belmont. Married by Rev. O. W. Babcock
Webb, Eli Parm. Feb. 7, 1844 Malone Amelia Bullis he was a farmer from Belmont, son of Samuel Webb and ae 22; she was from Ellenburg, NY ae 20. They were married at Philip Miller’s Inn in Malone before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Philip Miller, and Dr. D.H. Stephens of Moira (he lived 1822-1904 and is buried at Belmont Center)
Webb, Fanny Parm. Apr. __, 1828 Malone Jonathan Stanley both of Malone. The day of the month is missing in the original (she died Jan. 7, 1893 ae 85 and is buried in Houndsville Cemetery)
Webb, Harry Malone VR births Aug. 9, 1847 Malone Nicholas Webb  
Webb, Rosena C. News. P Dec. 4, 1851 Ellenburg William H. Foster they were both from Belmont. Married by Rev. S. Shepard
Webb, Samuel Parm. Oct. 3, 1811 Malone Polly Crawford both of Malone
Webb, William Wesley News. P Nov. 23, 1850 Belmont Benoni and Betsey Webb he died ae 1 yr, 3 mos and 20 days. He was the son of Benoni G. and Betsey Webb of Belmont
Webster, Rhoda (Mrs.) News. R Jan. 11, 1855 Malone   died of consumption in Malone Jan. 11, 1855, wife of Abram B. Webster and daughter of Asa and Sally Brainard of Danville, VT, ae 45. (Jan. 30, 1855)
Weekes, Martha S. Parm. Jan. 25, 1848 Malone Nathan O. Adams he was a farmer from Bangor ae 25; she was ae 24 from Bangor. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Weekes, parents of the bride, William Dickinson, Mary and Sarah T. Parmelee
Weeks, Polly B. News. P Feb. 26, 1860 Brandon Lyman Weeks died ae 60, wife of Lyman Weeks
Welch, Catherine Parm. Dec. 6, 1842 Malone Patrick Meron(?) he was a shoemaker from Malone ae 23; she was ae 18 from Malone. He was Irish, she was French. Witnesses: Bernard McMannis, James Twaddle, William Robb, John Bennett, Mary Welch, Alice Berry
Welch, Dr. Amos News. T Jan. 16, 1821 Ft. Covington   died in Ft. Covington and was living on the "mile square" there in 1820
Welch, Margaret Malone VR births Apr. 17, 1848 Malone Anchalous Welch  
Welch, Phebe News. P Mar. 27, 1850 Malone Joseph Lampson he was from Franklin, she was from Malone. Married by Rev. O. W. Babcock
Welch, Sarah News. R Nov. 17, 1852 Malone James C. Spencer both were from Malone. Married by Rev. Mr. Thurston. (Nov. 23, 1852)
Wellington, Alanson Parm. Dec. __, 1845 Malone Janeesha Bell he was a widower joiner from Malone ae about 45; she was a widow from Malone ae about 40. Witnesses: Lyman Sperry, R. H. Staples, Gideon Cotton, Betsey Parmelee, Ellen Wellington
Wellington, Benjamin Franklin News. P Jul. 1, 1860 Westville   died ae 27 at the residence of Rollin A. Peck in Westville
Wellington, Harriet A. Parm. Mar. 25, 1841 Malone Michael Roberts he was an innkeeper from Chateaugay ae 23; she was a schoolteacher from Malone ae 17. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Alanson Wellington, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Darius(?) Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Greeno, Samuel Culver
Wells, Rhoda (Mrs.) News. R (not listed) Westville George H Wells died of consumption in Westville, NY (no date given) Wife of George H. Wells and daughter of Thaddeus and Sabra Hoyt, ae 24 yrs 4 mos. (Jul. 13, 1858)
Wemet, Alexander 1875 census deaths Feb. 15, 1875 Moira (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original)  
Wemette, Charlotte 1875 census deaths Jul. 5, 1874 Franklin (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Dropsey
Wentworth, Abigail Parm. Aug. 2, 1853 Malone Horatio Anderson he was ae 29 from Chicago, IL; she was ae 21 from Constable. Witnesses: Betsey, Mary and Sarah Parmelee, and Anne M. Hazard
Wentworth, Clarinda 1875 census deaths Jul. 22, 1874 Constable (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Consumption
Wentworth, Clarissa News. P Feb. 18, 1860 Oberlin, OH   she died ae 65, a widow formerly from Malone. She left 3 sons and 2 daughters
Wentworth, Mindwell News. T Nov. 1820 Constable Caleb D. Hutchins married in Constable
Wentworth, Russell News. P Nov. 2, 1853 Malone Matilda Johnson both of Malone
Wescott, Calvin Malone VR births Sep. 5, 1847 Malone Calvin Wescott  
Wescott, Lydia Malone VR deaths June 9, 1848 Malone   consumption
Westcott, Truman Parm. Oct. 3, 1854 Malone Sarah Ann Brown he was ae 27 from Bangor; she was ae 22 from Malone. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Bradford Wright, O.W. Hubbard, Betsey and Mary Parmelee (he lived 1827-1912 and is buried in Dimmick Cemetery)
Wever, Franklin M. News. R Aug. 25, 1851 Watertown Mary E. Peck he was from Malone, she was from Watertown. Married by Rev. Mr. Stanton. (Sep. 9, 1851)
Wever, Franklin M. News. P Sep. 1851 Watertown Mary E. Peck he was a merchant from Malone, she was the daughter of A.J. Peck of Watertown. Married at her father's house by Rev. Stanton
Whalen, Catherine b1 Dec. 14, 1851 Hogansburg David Whalen Margaret Quinn(?) born Nov. 5, 1851. Lived in Bombay. Wife is not listed in the original, but may be Catherine, as in 1860 census and another baptismal record
Whalen, David m1 Feb. 7, 1848 Hogansburg Catherine Quinn he was from Hogansburg, she was from Ft. Covington
Whalen, David Ft. Cov. VR marriages Feb. 7, 1848 Ft. Covington (Mc?)Queen, Catherine  
Whalen, John b1 Mar. 3, 1850 Hogansburg David Whalen Catherine Quinn born Feb. 16, 1850. Lived in Bombay in 1850 and 1860
Whalen, Michael b1 Jan. 1, 1849 Hogansburg David Whalen Margaret Quinn born Dec. 12, 1848. Lived in Bombay in 1860, but this child appears to have died before then
Wheat, Abigail Parm. Feb. 20, 1815 Malone Jonathan Estabrooks both of Constable
Wheat, Mary Parm. Nov. 6, 1815 Malone John Billings both of Constable
Wheeler, Almon Parm. June 26, 1812 Malone Maria Foote both of Malone
Wheeler, DeWitt News. R Oct. 31, 1843 Malone Deacon John Wheeler died in Malone ae 20, son of Deacon John Wheeler and his wife Rhoda. Buried in Dimmick Cemetery . (Nov. 28, 1843)
Wheeler, Mrs. Thankful Parm. Sep. __, 1837 Malone ________ Blair he was a farmer ae 40; she was a widow from Malone ae 32. Witnesses: Hiram Horton, Widow Horton (the grandmother of the bride) and Adeline Horton. The date is missing in the original
Wheeler, Orpha Malone VR deaths Dec. 9, 1847 Malone   consumption
Wheeler, William Almon News. R Sep. 17, 1845 Malone Mary A. King both of Malone. She was the daughter of William King of Malone and he later became the Vice President of the US. Married by Rev. S. Woodruff (Oct. 7, 1845)
Whipple, (no name listed) Malone VR births May 10, 1847 Malone Harvey Whipple male.
Whipple, Abigail Parm. Mar. 5, 1812 Malone Chester Russell both of Malone
Whipple, Abner Parm. Aug. 23, 1820 Malone Mrs. ____ Bingham both of Malone. She was a widow and her name is not recorded in the original
Whipple, Betsey Parm. Oct. 8, 1835 Malone Rufus K. Jackson he was a farmer from Canton, NY ae 33; she was from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: Nahum Whipple, Mrs. Whipple (mother of the bride), John Barnes, Charles Barnes
Whipple, Cornelia Parm. Apr. 18, 1861 Malone VanBuren Watkins he was from Malone ae 27; she was from Burke ae 24. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: William Young, Pamelia Hitchcock, Betsey Parmelee (she was the daughter of Nathan and Sarah Whipple of Burke)
Whipple, Delia A. (Mrs.) News. R June 2, 1856 Malone Oliver Whipple died in Malone June 2, 1856, wife of oliver Whipple, ae 36. (June 10, 1856)
Whipple, Edgar R. News. P Jan. 31, 1860 Burke Nathaniel and Sally Whipple died ae 22 yrs 6 mos, son of Nathaniel and Sally Whipple
Whipple, Edna News. P Dec. 10, 1851 Malone Oliver and Delia Whipple died ae 1 yr and 17 days, only daughter of Oliver and Edna Whipple
Whipple, Euseba Parm. Dec. 25, 1814 Malone Luther Chipman both of Malone
Whipple, Fanny (Mrs.) News. R Mar. 18, 1856 Malone   died in Malone Mar. 18, 1856, wife of Harvey Whipple of Malone and daughter of George B. R. Gove of Ft. Covington, ae 49. (Apr. 1, 1856)
Whipple, Harvey Parm. Jan. __, 1826 Malone Sophia Shepherd both of Malone. Day of the month is missing in the original (He was born in Cornish VT in 1798 and died Jan. 20, 1872. This was the first of 3 wives )
Whipple, Harvey Hurd 1826 Malone Sophia Shepard he was from Malone, she was the daughter of Dr. Shepard of Brandon , VT. (p. 408f)
Whipple, Harvey Hurd pre - 1850 Malone Mrs. Frances Gove McHutcheon he was from Malone, she was a widow and daughter of George B.R. Gove of Ft. Covington. (p. 408f)
Whipple, Harvey Hurd 1858 Malone Mrs. Sarah Haskell he was a widower from Malone and this was his third marriage. The date in the Parmelee marriages is in 1857. (p. 408f)
Whipple, Henry Parm. Mar. 2, 1857 Malone Mrs. Sarah Haskell he was a widower from Malone ae 59, she was a widow from Constable ae 39. Married at Pliny Miller’s hotel in Malone before witnesses: Royal G. Haskell, William W. Haskell, George J. Whipple
Whipple, Jane E. Malone VR marriages Oct. 4, 1848 Malone Williamson, Samuel C.  
Whipple, Louis W. Malone VR births Jul. 9, 1848 Malone Oliver W. Whipple listed as "Whiting" in the 1860 census of Malone
Whipple, Sarah Ann Malone VR marriages Jan. 6, 1847 Malone Seeley, William B.  
Whipple, Sarah Augusta Malone VR deaths Aug. 28, 1847 Malone Oliver and Delia Whipple dysentery, ae 20 months according to Webster St. tombstone
Whipple, Silas News. P Mar. 7, 1850 Malone Julia Bassett both of Malone. Married by Rev. O.W. Babcock
Whitcher, Amelia Malone VR deaths Sep. 7, 1848 Malone   summer complaint
Whitcher, James Malone VR deaths Sep. 7, 1848 Malone   summer complaint
Whitcomb, (names not listed) Malone VR births Oct. 2, 1847 Malone Paul Whitcomb twin boys
Whitcomb, Asa Malone VR births Jul. 9, 1848 Malone Paul Whitcomb twin brother of Asabel Whitcomb
Whitcomb, Asabel Malone VR births Jul. 9, 1848 Malone Paul Whitcomb twin brother of Asa Whitcomb
Whitcomb, Robert Edward Franklin VR births Mar. 4, 1848 Franklin Robert and Martha Whitcomb  
White, Abijah Parm. Jul. 10, 1845 Malone Mrs. Margaret Johnson he was a widowed pail manufacturer from Malone ae 50; she was a widow (supposed) from Malone ae 40. Witnesses: Betsey, Fanny and Sarah Parmelee. (Mrs. Johnson claimed that her first husband had died in a NYS prison, and Parmelee noted that as of 1853, that information had not been contradicted) (he lived 1791-1871 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery. His first wife Dorcas died Aug. 26, 1844, ae 54 and is buried in Webster St. Cem.)
White, Deacon Paul News. P Aug. 31, 1860 Malone   died ae 96 at the home of Deacon Samuel L. Fisk. He was formerly of Williamstown, VT
White, Ellen b4 June 27, 1831 Chateaugay(?) Francis White Eliza Hall ae 3yrs 4 mos. Lived in Chateaugay and the baptism may have taken place there
White, Ellen News. P Mar. 17, 1852 Burke Horace D. Lewis both of Burke
White, Elvira News. R Nov. 6, 1843 Malone Leonard C. Child married in Malone by Rev. Mr. Blackman (Nov. 21, 1843)
White, Emma S. Parm. Oct. 1, 1861 Malone Charles H. Man he was from Malone ae 25; she was also from Malone ae 21. Witnesses: Smith S, White, John White, Adin Williams, Lucianne Fisk and nearly 100 more
White, Francis News. P Mar. 15, 1860 Burke Mary E. Cornish both were from Burke. Married by Rev. J. S. Cantwell
White, Henry P. News. P Dec. 21, 1849 Malone Abraham S. White died ae 18, son of Abram S. and Lavinia White
White, Hugh Lawson News. R Jan. 14, 1853 Malone Abram S. and Lavinia White ae 16, son of Abram S. and Lavinia (?) White of Malone. (Jan. 25, 1853)
White, Hugh Lawson News. P Jan. 14, 1853 Malone Abram S. and Lavinian White died ae 16 and is buried in Webster Street Cemetery where his gravestone says ae 17. The mother in the 1850 Malone census is listed as Sophia
White, James News. C Aug. 1, 1846 Bangor   died Jul. 8, 1846 ae 86. He was a Revolutionary soldier who had lived in Chazy many years
White, Jenette Parm. Apr. 17, 1844 Malone William Tannahill he was a farmer from Godmanchester, PQ ae 24. She was also from Godmanchester, ae 19. They brought with them testamonials as to the legality of their marriage, which occurred at Parmelee’s house. Witnesses: Enos Wood, Jr., George Bigger, Robert Tannahill, John White, Aruna White, Helen White
White, John Parm. Dec. 17, 1835 Malone Mary Gregg he was a farmer from Sudbury VT ae 22; she was a domestic from Chateaugay ae 22. Witnesses: W. Gregg, Mrs. Gregg (mother of the bride), and Ann Gregg
White, John 1875 census deaths Aug. 19, 1874 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Inward Convulsions
White, John Hugh b4 June 27, 1831 Chateaugay(?) Francis White Eliza Hall ae 18 mos. Father was a farmer in Chateaugay, and the baptism may have taken place there
White, Lucy Parm. Mar. 24, 1843 Malone Lewis Green he was a merchant from Canton, NY ae 24; she was from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: Hon. Horatio Powell, Nathan White, father of the bride, George Wood, Arunah H. Wood, Fanny Parmelee, Emeline Wood
White, Lucy News. R Mar. 24, 1843 Malone Lucius Green he was from Canton, she was from Malone. Married in Malone by Rev. Ashbel Parmelee (Apr. 4, 1843)
White, Mary Ann b4 June 10, 1832 Hinchinbrook, PQ Francis White Eliza Hall ae 8 mos. He was a farmer at Chateaugay
White, Mary Ann News. P Feb. 24, 1853 Malone Hiram Skeels he was from Highgate, VT and she was the daughter of Nathan White o f Malone
White, Michael m1 Jul. 24, 1843 Chateaugay (widow) Ghormley she may have been Mary, the widow of Patrick Ghormley
White, Oren Civil War record Jan. 2, 1839 Dickinson Heman White Betsey M. Brown enlisted into the 60th NY Inf at Hopkinton, NY
White, Polly (Mrs.) News. R Jan. 20, 1858 Malone   died in Malone at the home of her son-in-law Samuel L. Fisk Jan. 20, 1858, ae 91. (Feb. 2, 1858)
White, Sophia News. P Sep. 19, 1853 Malone Abraham S. White died ae 48, wife of Abraham S. White. She left a daughter Emma
Whitehead, Frank 1875 census deaths Apr. 18, 1875 Chateaugay (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Scarlet Fever

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