Vital Records Database: Whitm - Y

Donated by John Austin

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NAME SOURCE DATE PLACE SPOUSE/PARENTS NOTES
Whitman(?), Herbert 1875 census deaths Jan. 25, 1875 Dickinson (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Consumption
Whitney, Charles M. News. P Oct. 7, 1850 Faifax, VT Delia M. Safford he was from Ft. Covington, she was from Fairfax, VT. Married by Rev. Down(?)
Whitney, Charlotte Ft. Cov. VR deaths Aug. 28, 1848 Ft. Covington   dysentery
Whitney, Charlotte Eliza Ft. Cov. VR births Jul. 2, 1847 Ft. Covington Daniel B. Whitney died of dysentery Aug. 28, 1848
Whitney, Helen Dickinson VR marr. May 17, 1848 Dickinson Hutchins, Dexter  
Whitney, Joshua News. P Apr. 25, 1852 Moira   died ae 87
Whitney, Lovina Dickinson VR marr. May 3, 1847 Dickinson Bebbins, John  
Whitney, Lucina Dickinson VR births Oct. 22, 1848 Dickinson Peter Whitney  
Whitney, Lucy A. News. P Mar. 8, 1860 Malone Oren W. Pratt he was from Bridgeport, VT and she was from Madrid. Married at the home of Luther Whitney by Rev. J. S. Cantwell
Whitney, Luther News. P Feb. 24, 1853 Malone Adaline M. Field he was from Madrid, she was the daughter of Samuel Field of Malone
Whitney, Samuel Winslow News. P Mar. 31, 1851 Duane   died ae 80, formerly of Brattleboro, VT. No residence listed in the original, but he appears to have been living in Duane in 1830
Whitten, Julia News. P Mar. 11, 1850 Malone Joel Kelsey he was from Harrisburg in Lewis Co. , she was from Malone. Married by Rev. O.W. Babcock
Whittlesley, Charles C. Malone VR marriages Oct. 3, 1848 Malone Smith, Kate M.  
Whitton, Martha 1875 census deaths Jul. 12, 1874 Constable (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Typhoid Fever
Wilber, Anson News. R Mar. 15, 1854 Chazy Mrs. Sophronia Allason married in Chazy, NY Mar. 15, 1854 by Asa Corkins of Centreville, Anson Wilber of Dickinson to Mrs. Sophronia E. Allason, widow of the late Aaron Allason of Champlain. (Mar. 21, 1854)
Wilberham, Joseph Ft. Cov. VR births Aug. 28, 1847 Ft. Covington Joseph Wilberham died of dropsey of the brain Jul 2, 1848
Wilbersham, Joseph Ft. Cov. VR deaths Jul. 2, 1848 Ft. Covington   dropsey of the brain
Wilcox, Ann A. Malone VR births May 16, 1848 Malone Norman Wilcox  
Wilcox, Betsey Parm. Sep. 15, 1836 Malone David F. Berry he was a farmer from Malone ae 22; she was a domestic from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Ebenezer Berry, Samuel Fields, Jonas Stone, Lemuel Parlin, Phebe Parker
Wilcox, Innocent Malone VR deaths Apr. 24, 1848 Malone   lung inflammation
Wilcox, Lydia News. R Jan. 10, 1844 Brandon(?) William H. Hoyt both of Brandon. No place of marriage listed in the citation. Married by Rev. A. Case (Jan. 23, 1844)
Wilcox, Mary Malone VR deaths Mar. 2, 1847 Malone   congestion of brain
Wilcox, Mary Ann Parm. Nov. 14, 1832 Malone Mr. _____ Boon he was a farmer from Watertown, NY ae 25; she was ae 19, from Malone. His first name is not listed in the original, and her last name may have been Wilcore. Witnesses: Lemuel Parlin and his wife, Abel Wilcox (Wilcore?)and his wife
Wilcox, Mason Parm. Nov. 5, 1818 Malone Amina Russell both of Malone
Wilcox, Mason Parm. Mar. 2, 1836 Malone Deborah Davis he was a farmer and widower from Malone ae 39 and this was the second time Rev.Parmelee had officiated at his marriage; she was a housekeeper from Bangor ae 35. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith, Roswell Wilcox, and Elisha Kellogg
Wilcox, Roswell News. P Sep. 7, 1860 Malone   died ae 90
Wilcox, Sarah E. News. P Feb. 22, 1860 Malone William W. Barry he was from Bangor, she was the daughter of Norman Wilcox of Malone. Married by Rev. S. R. Woodruff
Wilcox, Victoria R. Parm. June 27, 1861 Malone John L. Covey he was a widower from Parishville, NY ae 32; she was from Malone ae 23. Witnesses: some relatives from Troy whose names were not recorded, a brother of the bride, Betsey Parmelee and Susan Gilligan
Wilder, James M. Parm. Nov. 4, 1840 Malone Mary Shonyo he was a farmer from Malone ae 27; she was a housemaid from Constable ae 20. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Abiel Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Shonyo, parents of the bride, Mr.Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Nichols
Wilder, Jane Malone VR marriages Mar. 7, 1848 Malone Percy, Samuel  
Wilder, Sarah C. Parm. Jan. 1, 1855 Malone Andrew J. Day he was from Chateaugay, she was from Malone ae 26. Witnesses: James Fraser, Betsey and Mary Parmelee
Wilder, Willie A. News. P Jan. 30, 1860 Malone William C. and Adeline A. Wilder died ae 3 yrs, 5 mos and 17 days. Son of William C. and Adeline Wilder
Willard, Martha J. News. P Nov. 3, 1852 Malone Dr. William J. Manley he was from Madrid, she was from Malone. Married at the Presbyterian church by Rev. S. R. Woodruff
Williams, Adin Parm. Jan. 25, 1855 Malone Lucy Ann Fisk he was from Malone ae 29; she was from Malone ae 22. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Elias Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Abijah White, Anne Banker, Mary Parmelee, and about 40 more (he died Aug. 11, 1874 ae 49 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery)
Williams, Adin 1875 census deaths Aug. 11, 1874 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Fell From a Load of Hay
Williams, Bertie 1875 census deaths Apr. 16, 1875 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Convulsions
Williams, Curtis 1875 census deaths Sep. 6, 1874 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Consumption
Williams, Frances M. Franklin VR births Sep. 14, 1847 Franklin Henry and Polly Williams  
Williams, George C. 1875 census deaths Mar. 10, 1875 Westville (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Whooping Cough
Williams, Levi Aurelius(?) Franklin VR births Oct. 30, 1848 Franklin George and Lovina Williams  
Williams, Lucy A. News. P Oct. 20, 1850 Malone Orville B. Kempton both of Malone. She was the daughter of Elias Williams of Malone Married by Rev. Stratton
Williams, Lucy R. News. P Jan. 20, 1860 Malone Lt. Adin Wiilliams and his wife Lucy born Jan. 20 in Malone
Williams, Paul Malone VR deaths Apr. 9, 1847 Malone   erysipelas
Williams, Sarah Ft. Cov. VR marriages Mar. __, 1848 Ft. Covington McElwain, John  
Williamson, Abraham Parm. Feb. 26, 1828 Malone Orinda Parks both of Malone
Williamson, Chauncey Parm. Aug. 23, 1843 Malone Fanny Tyler he was the 18 yr old son of widow Sarah Williamson, of Malone, and a farmer. She was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Sarah Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Pics(?), parents of the bride, Mary Parmelee
Williamson, Emeline News. P Apr. 2, 1850 Malone Eddy Bassett both of Malone
Williamson, Hiram Malone VR births May 17, 1847 Malone Abram Williamson died Mar. 15, 1848 of want of breath
Williamson, Hiram W. Malone VR deaths Mar. 15, 1848 Malone   want of breath
Williamson, Mary H.S. Malone VR births Jul. 11, 1848 Malone Wynant P. Williamson  
Williamson, Nathan Parm. Dec. 16, 1824 Malone Phebe Moses lived in Malone
Williamson, Samuel C. Malone VR marriages Oct. 4, 1848 Malone Whipple, Jane E.  
Williamson, Sarah P. Parm. Jan. 1, 1855 Malone Timothy Bemis he was ae 22 from Malone; she was also from Malone ae 18. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Clark Williamson, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. John Merriam
Williamson, William D. Malone VR marriages Apr. 5, 1848 Malone Jobert, Triphena L.  
Williamson, Wynant Parm. Oct. 7, 1835 Malone Sophronia Barnes he was a farmer from Malone ae 22; she was a domestic from Malone ae 19. Witnesses: John Barnes, Samantha Hutton, Clark Williamson, Hepsibah Barnes, George Hutton
Willson, (unknown) Dickinson VR births May 12, 1847 Dickinson Curtis Willson name unknown. Family moved away
Willson, Huldah Parm. Oct. 31, 1861 Malone Peter Fountain he was from Malone ae 22; she was also from Malone ae 21. Married at the house of Mr. Broughton in Malone before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Broughton, parents of the bride, Pulaski Wood, Smith S, White, Dr. and Mrs. Bates, Carrie Parmelee, Betsey Parmelee, Frederick Horton, and perhaps 50 more
Willson, Mary Ann Malone VR births Jan. 20, 1848 Malone Dexter Willson  
Wilson, Abel News. R Feb. 18, 1854 Malone   died in Malone Feb. 18, 1854, ae 69. (Feb. 28 & Mar. 7, 1854)
Wilson, Annie News. P May 17, 1852 Lavoca, TX Dr. S. S. Nichols he was a dentist, formerly from Malone, she was the daughter of Capt. Wilson of Philadelphia. Married by Rev. Dr. Thrall
Wilson, Harriet E. News. P Jul. 28, 1860 Malone Parius and Hannah Wilson died ae 14 of rheumatic fever. She was the daughter of Parius T. and Hanah R. Wilson of Malone
Wilson, Joseph News. P Feb. 19, 1852 Bangor Maria Tarbell both were from Bangor and were married at the home of William Plumb of Bangor by Rev. O. W. Babcock
Wilson, William 1875 census deaths May 2, 1875 Westville (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Diphtheria
Winchell, Adeline m1 Feb. 23, 1846 Hogansburg Allen Grant both of Ft. Covington. She was a Protestant
Winchester, David Parm. Oct. 19, 1836 Malone Elvira Sperry he was a farmer from Malone ae 26; she was a widow from Malone ae 26. Witnesses: Lyman Sperry, Rebecca Sperry, David Sperry, William Marriam, Jehiel Berry
Winchester, Lucy Hurd Feb. 10, 1809 Malone Ashbel Parmelee he was a minister who later settled in Malone, she was from Malone. She died Feb. 14, 1814 in Westford, VT. (p. 426)
Winchester, Mary Parm. Mar. 10, 1810 Malone Barnabas Barnum he was from Bangor, she from Malone (born [Aug. or Apr.] 29, 1792 Died Oct. 1, 1878 and is buried at North Bangor)
Winkley, George Hurd Feb. 19, 1832 Strafford, NH Tamson Stanton he was from Belmont and was born Mar. 16, 1802; she was the daughter of William and Margaret Holmes Stanton of Strafford, NH and was born Feb. 2, 1806. (p. 440f)
Winslow, (male) Ft. Cov. VR births Dec. 27, 1847 Ft. Covington James H. Winslow appears to have died before 1860
Winslow, Alma L. News. P Dec. 29, 1859 Ft. Covington John S. Button he was from Bombay, she was from Ft. Covington. Married by F. P. Allen
Winslow, William Luther Ft. Cov. VR births Mar. 20, 1847 Ft. Covington Charles Winslow  
Winters, Harmon(?) Ft. Cov. VR marriages Sep. 22, 1848 Ft. Covington Purdy, Martha  
Winters, Lorenzo News. P Nov. 2, 1853 Ft. Covington Caroline Hewitt both of Bangor. Married by Rev. J. M. Webb
Wise, Jennette Parm. Feb. 10, 1819 Malone Stephen Cook Jr. he was from Chateaugay, she was from Malone
Witherspoon, Ann Hurd April, 1853 Chateaugay Oel Sunderland he was a widower from Chateaugay; she died in Mar. 1854. (p. 466f)
Wolfe, Benjamin Ft. Cov. VR marriages Sep. 25, 1848 Ft. Covington Hall, Hannah  
Wolfe, John F. Ft. Cov. VR deaths Jul. 25, 1848 Ft. Covington   tuberculosis
Wolff, John Evander Ft. Cov. VR births Dec. 15, 1848 Ft. Covington Parrit Wolff  
Wood, Albert Parm. June __, 1861 Malone Mary J. Day he was from Belmont, ae 21; she was from New York City ae 24. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Susan Gilligan and William Young
Wood, Ann Elizabeth News. P Sep. 29, 1853 Malone Levi Wood drowned in the Salmon River a short distance above Malone Sep. 29, 1853 and is buried in Webster St. cemetery
Wood, Arunah H. Parm. April__, 1811 Malone Relief Bailey both of Malone. The day of the month is missing in the original
Wood, Arunah H. Parm. Oct. 10, 1814 Malone Emeline Bartlette both of Malone. He was a widower
Wood, Betsey Hurd Sep. 3, 1827 Plattsburgh Ashbel Parmelee he was twice a widower from Malone, she was a widow. (p. 428)
Wood, Catherine News. R Jan. 17, 1844 Malone Lawrence R. Brainard Jr. he was from St. Albans VT, and they were married in Malone by Rev. A. Case (Jan. 23, 1844)
Wood, Charles News. T Jul. 15, 1825 Malone Joseph Wood died of measles age 3
Wood, Chauncey Parm. Jan. 8, 1857 Malone Mrs. Margaret Trowbridge he was a widower from Blackhawk Co. Iowa ae 47; she was a widow from Morristown, NY ae 43. Married at Frederick Bernard’s house before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bernard and their two sons and a daughter
Wood, Douglass News. R. Aug. 10, 1853 California   died in Culloma CA Aug 10, 1853, youngest son of Arunah Wood of Malone, ae 21. he had left 6 mos. earlier. (Sep. 20, 1853)
Wood, Emelina Parm. Jul. 16, 1840 Malone Werden Reynolds he was the assistant preceptor at the Malone Academy ae 27; she was a student at the Academy ae 20. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Arunah M. Wood, parents of the bride, Havel White, Nathan White, Fanny Parmelee
Wood, Enos News. P Jan. 21, 1851 Malone   Maj. Enos Wood died in his 90th year and is buried in the Webster St. Cemetery in Malone. He was a Revolutionary and War of 1812 soldier
Wood, Enos Malone VR births Feb. 18, 1848 Malone Henry J. Wood mother's name may be Almira
Wood, Esther 1875 census deaths May 3, 1875 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Heart Disease
Wood, Evelyn Parm. May 5, 1847 Malone Russell B. Starks he was a cloth dresser from Malone ae 27. She was ae 25 from Malone. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Arunah H. Wood, Edward Fitch, Fanny Fitch, Sarah T. Parmelee
Wood, Evelyn Malone VR marriages May 5, 1847 Malone Stark, Russell B.  
Wood, Fanny Parm. Dec. 13, 1843 Malone Azro Conant he was a farmer from Malone ae 22; she was a school teacher from Malone ae 20. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Conant, Jeremiah Conant, Louisa Conant, Mr. Henry Woods and his wife Almira (she lived 1824-1907 and is buried in Webster St. Cemetery)
Wood, Harriet News. P Aug. 10, 1852 Malone Zebina K. Pangborn he was from Johnson, VT, she was from Malone. Married by Rev. Ashbel Parmelee of Malone
Wood, Harriet G. Parm. Aug. 19, 1852 Malone Zebinah Pangborn he was the preceptor of the Malone Academy from Johnson, VT, ae 26 (as is supposed); she was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Arunah H. Wood, Emeline Wood, Horace Taylor, Mrs. Guy Meigs and Mary Parmelee. (She was the daughter of Arunah and Emeline Wood of Malone)
Wood, Henry m3 June 24, 1832 St. Regis Helen Brophy he lived in Bombay and was the son of Henry Wood (deceased) and Marie Thomelson.
Wood, Henry Parm. Oct. __, 1843 Malone Almira Knowlton he was a farmer from Malone ae 25; she was ae 20 from Malone. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Conant, Dr. and Mrs. Seth Knowlton, parents of the bride, Carlos, Keeler, Azro Conant, and George Wood
Wood, Hiram Civil War record Jul. 18, 1827 Chateaugay Aaron Wood Lucinda Chamberlain joined the 11th NY Cavalry in Colton NY
Wood, John J. Parm. May 27, 1853 Malone Eliza M. Berry he was ae 25 from Malone; she was ae 18 and the daughter of Deacon Berry of Malone. Married at Parmelee’s house in Malone before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Berry (the bride’s brother), Betsey, Sarah and Mary Parmelee. The bride’s parents assented to the marriage but did not attend
Wood, John J. News. P May 27, 1853 Malone Eliza M. Berry both of Malone and were married by Rev. Ashbel Parmelee of Malone.
Wood, Michael b1 Jul. 15,1849 Hogansburg Alex Wood Julia Dupuis born Mar. 27, 1849. Lived in Bombay in 1850
Wood, Phebe Dickinson VR marr. Sep. 15, 1847 Dickinson Wood, Silas M.  
Wood, Philena Parm. Aug. 1, 1819 Malone Jared Watkins both of Malone
Wood, Relief Parm. Oct. 20, 1835 Malone Aaron Bird Root he was a lamp maker from Malone ae 22; she was a seamstress from Malone ae 21. Witnesses: Arunah Wood, Emeline Wood, Charles Hascall, William Brewster, John H. Russell Esq.
Wood, Rosanna b1 Apr. 24, 1847 Hogansburg Alex Wood Julia Dupuis born Apr. 20, 1847. Lived in Bombay in 1850
Wood, Sarah Ann Parm. Dec. 5, 1839 Malone Amos B. Keeler he was a farmer from Malone ae 27; she was a a schoolteacher from Malone ae 29. Witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Brownson Keeler, Carlos Keeler, Amanda Keeler, Enos Wood, Maurice D. Hascall, Mary Parmelee
Wood, Sarah Ann News. P June 25, 1851 Burke George Collins he was from Burke, she was from Chateaugay. Married by J. Grinnell
Wood, Silas M. Dickinson VR marr. Sep. 15, 1847 Dickinson Wood, Phebe  
Wood, Sophrona b1 Dec. 25, 1851 Hogansburg Alexander Wood Julia Dupuis born Dec. 20, 1851. Lived in Bombay in 1850
Woodbury, Hannah Hurd ca 1805 Weare, NH George B.R. Gove he settled in Ft. Covington in 1810 and died Jul. 22, 1865; she died in 1861. (p. 481f)
Woodbury, Sarah News. R Jan. 28, 1835 Ft. Covington Benjamin Nevin he was from Brasher, she was from Ft. Covington. Married in Ft. Covington by Rev. J.A. Savage of Ogdensburg (Feb. 3, 1835)
Woodruff, Almina Parm. Feb. 17, 1853 Malone Henry Thompson he was ae 21; she was ae 20 and the daughter of Rev. Silas R.. Woodruff of Malone. Witnesses: Graves Foote, Rev. and Mrs. Woodruff, parents of the bride, Harriet Fisk, Denison Fisk, Mary and Sarah Parmelee
Woodruff, Benjamin News. P Oct. 20, 1852 Malone Mrs. Maria S. Moses he was from Plattsburgh, she was a widow from Malone. Married by Rev. S. R. Woodruff. She may have been the widow of Lewis Moses who had died in 1850
Woodruff, Hannah Elmira News. P Feb. 17, 1853 Malone Henry R. Thompson both were from Malone and she was the daughter of Rev . S. R. Woodruff of Malone. Married by Rev. Ashbel Parmelee
Woodruff, William 1875 census deaths Apr. 15, 1875 Franklin (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Lung Fever
Woods, Philemon Dickinson VR births Sep. 22, 1847 Dickinson Francis Woods mother may be "Delia"
Woods, Philetia Dickinson VR births Sep. 22, 1847 Dickinson Francis Woods mother may be "Delia"
Woodward, Douglas News. P Dec. 24, 1849 Malone Sarah M. Hyde he was from Plattsburgh, she was from Malone. Married by Rev. A. M. Roney
Woodward, Susan M. News. P Jan. 4, 1852 Westville Salmon W. Burr both of Bangor
Woodworth, Harlan P. News. P Mar. 18, 1853 Malone Andrew J. and Nancy Woodworth died ae 12 mos, son of Andrew J. and Nancy Woodworth
Woodworth, Harland P. News. R Mar. 18, 1853 Malone Andrew J. and Nancy Woodworth died ae 11 mos. (Mar. 29, 1853)
Wooley, Joseph L. News. P Oct. 29, 1851 Ogdensburg Marian E. Parker he was from Ogdensburg, she was from Malone. Married by Rev. S. R. Woodruff
Woolley, J.L. News. R Oct. 29, 1851 Malone Marian E. Parker he was a merchant from Ogdensburg; she was from Malone. Married in Malone by Rev. Mr. Woodruff. (Nov. 4, 1851)
Works, Laura 1875 census deaths Oct. 24, 1874 Constable (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Lung Fever
Worthen, Sarah J. News. P Jan. 1852 Chicopee, MA Henry P. Fields he was from Malone, she was from Chicopee, MA. Married by Rev. Thayer. The actual date of the marriage may have been Dec. 1851
Wright, Allan 1875 census deaths Dec. 11, 1874 Ft. Covington (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Diphtheria
Wright, Andrew News. R Jan. 11, 1844   Hester Ann Taylor he was from Chateaugay, she was from Ogdensburg. No place of marriage or clergyman listed in the original citation. (Jan. 23, 1844)
Wright, Burton 1875 census deaths Dec. 3, 1874 Ft. Covington (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Diphtheria
Wright, Cassandra 1875 census deaths Jun. 11, 1874 Moira (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Disease of Spine
Wright, DeWitt Clinton Dickinson VR births Dec. 10, 1848 Dickinson Almon Wright  
Wright, Dianea Ft. Cov. VR births Feb. 9, 1847 Ft. Covington Robert C. Wright  
Wright, Eliza Malone VR marriages Aug. 30, 1848 Malone Merriam, Horace  
Wright, Jane Parm. Nov. 22, 1832 Malone Asa Spencer he was a farmer from Constable ae 21; she was a cook from Ft. Covington ae 25. Married in Malone. Witnesses: Samuel Wright, Amos Greeno and his wife
Wright, Jane News. N Nov. 22, 1832 Malone Asa Spencer he was from Constable, she was from Ft. Covington. Married in Malone by Rev. Ashbel Parmelee (Dec. 6, 1832)
Wright, John News. R Mar. 29, 1851 Burke   died ae 61. (Apr. 15, 1851)
Wright, John News. P Mar. 29, 1851 Burke   died at 61, and is buried at Burke Center. His wife's name was Hannah and she died in 1884
Wright, Louisa News. P Jan. 29, 1850 Burke Oscar Cook he was from Constable, she was from Burke. Married by Rev. O. W. Babcock and were living in Burke in 1860
Wright, Nancy (Mrs.) News. R June 6, 1857 Westville   died in Westville June 6, 1857, wife of Thomas Wright, Sr., ae 69. (June 16, 1857
Wright, Phebe Malone VR marriages Jan. 20, 1848 Malone Paine, Charles  
Wright, Sarah Parm. Jan. 22, 1845 Malone Calvin Johnson he was a farmer from Chateaugay ae 27; she was also from Chateaugay, ae about 20. Witnesses: Moses and Nancy Wright, parents of the bride
Wright, Walter Dickinson VR births Apr. 8, 1848 Dickinson Daniel Wright  
Wyman, Annette Parm. Apr. 15, 1858 Constable Royal G. Haskell he was from Malone ae 22; she was the daughter of Lucius and Clarissa (Langdon) Wyman of Constable, ae 20. Married at the house of the bride’s father in Constable before witnesses: Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wyman, William H. Haskell, Alvin Hitchcock, Helen Hitchcock, Amelia Hazard
Wyman, Dr. Solomon News. P June 8, 1860 Ft. Covington   died ae 44 and is buried in Ft. Covington
Wyman, Mary Ann News. P Nov. 5, 1836 Constable Ashley Wyman she was the wife of Ashley Wyman of Constable and died ae 31 after a short illness. (Dec. 15, 1836)
Wyman, Solomon (Dr.) News. R June 21, 1857 Constable   died in Constable June 21, 1857, ae 93(?) (June 30, 1857)
Yando, Amelia 1875 census deaths Jan. 19, 1875 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) effects of bad cold
Yando, Matilda m1 Nov. 7, 1850 Hogansburg Joshua (Jesse?) Snyder this may be the family of Jesse Snyder listed in the 1860 census of Moira
Yeddo, Freddie 1875 census deaths Sep. 18, 1874 Malone (age, occupation and marriage appear in the original) Scarlet Fever
Young, (no name listed) Malone VR births Jan. 16, 1847 Malone William Young female
Young, Lydia News. R Dec. 17, 1837 Lawrence Solon Page he was from Moira, and she was from Lawrence. Married in Lawrence by S. Clark. (Dec. 26, 1837)

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