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(dec'd), at Danvers, May 26, 1867.

KINNEY, Emery Charles, a. 25 y., painter, b. Madrid, St.
Lawrence Co., New York, res. Montpelier, Vt., s. Emery
and Phebe (Blodgett), and Florence Eliza Balch, a. 34
y., teacher, d. Benj. J. and Eliza (Killam), at Boxford,
Oct. 7, 1893.

KINSMAN, Ellen A., b. Hamilton, d. Jacob and Abigail, and
David A. Roberts, a. 29 y., master mariner, b. Salem, res.
Salem, s. Nehemiah and Hannah W., Dec. 26. 1866.

James Alvin, a. 33 y., farmer, b. Hamilton, s. Jacob and Abi-
gail (Stamford), and Sarah Dean Rogers, a. 25 y., teacher,
b. Claremont, N. H., res. Wenham, d. Abraham and Caro-
line (Gould), at Wenham, Apr. 19. 1882.

KITREDGE, Sarah Jane, a. 17 y., b. Salem, d. John and
Mary (she dec'd), and Joseph B. Fisk, a. 39 y., shoe-
maker, s. Amos (dec'd) and Mercy (Peabody), at George-
town, Dec. 27, 1876.

KNEELAND, Abbie A., a. 19 y., d. Alfred A. (dec'd) and
Harriet A. (Lane), and Henry A. Pickard, a. 20 y., car-
penter, b. Ipswich, s. Washington P. and Sarah E. (How-
ard), Sept. 23, 1875.

Alfred A., a. 21 y., shoemaker, s. Humphrey, and Harriet A.
Lang, a. 18 y., b. Gloucester, d. David L., May 16, 1850.



TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES I I 7

Kneeland^ Charles H., a, 21 y., musician, res. Salem, s. Warner
and Ruth Frances, and Cora B. Scates, a. 22 y., operative,
b. Georgetown, res. Salem, d. Lucius and Abbie, Dec. 16,
1885.

Cyrus A., a. 26 y., shoemaker, s. Cyrus and Sarah G., and Eliza
A. E. Welch, a. 24 y., b. Shapleigh, Me., d. Moses and
Mary, Dec. 25, 1858.

Emma F., a. 27 y., domestic, res. Hamilton, d. Ira W. and
Ruth F., and Joseph E. Shelden, a. 26 y., laster, b. Salem,
res. Salem, s. Joseph B. and Sarah, at Hamilton, Apr. 16,
1893.

Ermina, a. 19 y., d. Aaron P. and Elizabeth D., and Charles
W. Hussey, a. 21 y., friction match maker, b. Albion, Me.,
res. Boxford, s. Franklin and Abby (Tinkham), Feb. 18,
1879.

Etta E., a. 18 y., at home, b, Rowley, res. Rowley, d. Hiram
and Martha J. (Bailey), and Frank Hodgdon, a. 23 y.,
heel cutter, b. Quincy, res. Rowley, s. Amos L. and Mary
E. (Marriner), Feb. 22, 1894.

Harriet A., a. 32 y. (maiden name Harriet A. Lane), b.
Gloucester, d. David L. and Lydia A., and Benjamin F.
Deland, a. 29 y., shoemaker, b. Danvers, s. Benjamin and
Elizabeth (Ross), Nov. 2, 1865.

Tra W., a. 24 y., shoemaker, s. Aaron P. and Elizabeth D., and
Ruth F. Tole, a. 19 y., d. Samuel and Cynthia, at Ips-
wich (Linebrook Parish), Aug. 22, 1862.

Ira W., 2d. m., a. 32 y., shoemaker, s. Aaron P. and Elizabeth
D. (Phillips), and Mary E. Perley, 2d. m., (maiden name
Crowell), a. 33 y., d. Josiah and Elizabeth (Phillips),
(she dec'd), Apr. 6, 1871.

Levi, Jr., a. 18 y., blacksmith, b. Rowley, res. Rowley, s. Jo-
siah M. and Lydia P., and Clara Farnum, a. 19 y., b.
Newburyport, res. Rowley, d. Stephen and Susanna, Nov.
28, 1863.

Lucy J., a. 20 y., d. Aaron P. and Elizabeth D. (Phillips),
and Benjamin Lane, a. 23 y., shoemaker, b. Gloucester, s.
David S. and Lydia (Elwell), at Gloucester, Dec. 5, 1862.

Margaret M., a. 17 y., res. Georgetown, d. Aaron and Pheby
A., and Alfred B. Hill, a. 18 y., shoemaker, b. Beverly,
res. Georgetown, s. John and Elizabeth, Nov. 25, 1853.

Mary Ann., a. 19 y., d. Aaron P. and Elizabeth D., and Henry
W. Lake, a. 21 y., shoecutter, s. David and Harriet W.,
Oct. 6, 1859.

Nettie Mabel, a. 19 y., b. Georgetown, d. Wm. H. and Martha
(Kneeland), and Wilbur Fletcher Hood, a. 25 y., leather
cutter, s. Salmon D. and Perthena (Pearson), Dec. 19,
1880.



Il8 TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES

Kneeland^ Sarah E., a. 19 y., b. Rowley, res. Rowley, d.
Hiram R. and Rhoda, and Horace A. Fisher, a. 21 y.,
shoemaker, b. Byfield, res. Rowley, s. Horace A. and Jane
W., Nov. 28, 1863.

Thomas J., a. near 23 y., shoemaker, s. Aaron P. and Eliza-
beth D. (Phillips), and Sarah A. Elwell, a. 23 y., b.
Georgetown, d. Abraham and Mary Ann (Poole), (both
dec'd). May 22, 1871.

Thomas J., 2d. m., a. 46 y., shoemaker, s. Aaron P. and Eliza-
beth D. (Phillips), and Rose M. Oilman, a. 32 y., do-
mestic, b. Boston, d. Henry and Clara S. (Wallace), at
Boston, Aug. 29, 1894.

KOEWING, August L., a. 22 y., butler, b. Niederngesa, Ger-
many, s. Andrew and Rosine Bete, and Viola Philbrook, a.
27 y., b. Sanbornton, N. H., d. David P. and Nancy J.,
Nov. 30, 1880.

LACY, Bertha, a. 20 y., at home, b. N. Andover, res. N. An-
dover, d. H. and Lucy C. (Ayers), and Charles Curtis, a.
22 y., farmer, b. Vanceborough, Me., res. Boxford, s.
George W. and Mercy (Drew), at Boxford, Mar. 30,
1899.

LAKE, A. Austin, a. 30 y., shoemaker, s. Eleazer (dec'd) and

Hannah A. (Gould), and Josephine Perley, a. 27 y., b.

Boxford, d. Albert and Hannah (Hayward), at Danvers,

Jan. 2, 1872.
Anna Brown, a. 24 y., d. John Brown and Rebecca (Gould),

(dec'd), and Albert W. Stevens, a. 31 y., farmer, b. West

Newbury, s. Caleb and Sarah (Bailey), (both dec'd),

Dec. 24, 1867.
Carrie W., a. 21 y., d. Robert and Mary A. (Towne), and

James H. Chandler, a. 21 y., clerk, b. Salem, res Salem,

s. James P. and Eliza A. (Bissell), Dec. 25, 1877.
Charles Hobert, a. 34 y., farmer, s. Ebenezer H. and Susan

S. (Whittier), and Mary Elizabeth Collins, a. 18 y., at

home, b. Peabody, s. Mathew and Nellia (Keath), Aug.

19, 1891.
Ella Frances, a. 22 y., operative, d. Ebenezer H. and Susan

(Whitaker), and Austin Edward Chamberlain, a. 21 y.,

coachman, b. Portland, Me., s. Marshall and Nancy

(Pearl), at Danvers, May 22, 1882.
Henry W., a. 21 y., shoecutter, s. David and Harriet W., and

Mary Ann Kneeland, a. 19 y., d. Aaron P. and Elizabeth

D., Oct. 6, 1859.



TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES II9

Lake, Laura Hobart, a. 34 y., teacher, d. Robert and Mary
Ann (Towne), and Edward Parley Balch, 2d. m., a. 38 y.,
book publisher, res. Boston, s. Humphrey and Hannah
(Bradstreet), Sept. 5, 1888.

Lottie P., a. 20 y., dressmaker, d. Henry W. and Mary A.
(Kneeland), and George B. Brown, 2d. m., a. 30 y.,
miller, b. Danvers, res. Ipswich, s. John and Sarah (Wil-
kins), Nov. 29, 1883.

Lucy H., a. 20 y., dressmaker, b. Peabody, res. Peabody, d.
David G. and Helen E. (Manning), and Jacob Jewett
Hardy, a. 25 y., harness maker, b. Groveland, s. Aaron
W. and Lucinda (Hardy), at Peabody, Apr. 20, 1887.

Mabel, a. 25 y., dressmaker, b. Peabody, res. Peabody, d. David
and Helen (Manning), and Fred L. Fuller, a. 29 y., shoe-
maker, s. Calvin W. and Mary Ellen (Richardson), Sept.
15, 1894.

Mary Alice, a. 16 y., at home, d. Ebenezer H. and Susan T.
(Whittier), and William Austin Simpson, a. 23 y., car-
penter, b. Windsor, Nova Scotia, s. James and Adeline
(Marsters), at Andover, N. H., Nov. 10, 1886.

Mary J., a. 23 y., d. Eleazer and Hannah A., and John H.
Dodge, a. 22 y., shoemaker, s. William P. and Rebecca
P., Oct. 22, 1857.

Otto E., a. 21 y., shoemaker, s. Eleazer (dec'd) and Hannah
A. (Gould), and Flora E. Adams, a. 18 y., b. Natick, d.
Edwin and Sarah C. (Moore), at Boxford, Oct. 4, 1873.

Rebecca Eveline, a. 29 y., d. John Batchelder and R. E., and
Theodore Dwight Billings, a. 36 y., shoe cutter, b. Adrian,
Mich., s. Theodore E. and Elizabeth Todd, May 30, 1880.

Ruth E., a. 29 y., b. Boxford, d. John B. and Rebecca (Gould)
(she dec'd), and Erwin T. Phillips, a. 31 y., shoemaker, b.
Boxford, s. Timothy M. and Adeline (Gould), at Ips-
wich, Oct. 17, 1869.

Ruth P., a. 33 y., dressmaker, d. Eliezer and Hannah A.
(Gould), and Samuel Conley, a. 21 y., operative, b. Lynn,
s. James H. and Eunice P. (Janes), Oct. 13, 1883.

Susan J., a. 24 y., d. William G. (dec'd) and Mehitable
(Balch), and Ephraim P. Averill, a. 28 y., shoemaker, b.
Ipswich, s. Ephraim and Lydia (Potter) (dec'd), Dec.
8, 1864.

William Goodrich, a. 34 y., operative, s. William G. and Me-
hitable (Balch), and Margaretta E. Walker, a. 23 y.,
domestic, b. Ireland, a. Michael and Mary (Terrel), Dec.
23, 1885.



I20 TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES

LAMB, William A., a. 21 y., shoemaker, b. Worcester, res.
Fitchburg, s. Augustus and Augusta (both dec'd), and
Eliza A. Perley, a. 17 y., d. Stephen A. and Eliza M. (Fos-
ter), at Fitchburg, Jan. 20, 1869.

LAMPRO, Alice, a. 18 y., b. Sherbrook, Canada, res. Middle-
ton, d. Zebulon and Julia, and Frederick Doyle, a. 27 y.,
machinist, b. Lynn, res. Middleton, s. Henry and Eliza,
Apr. 15, 1882.

LAMSON, Ada M., a. 24 y., d. Josiah and Angeline (Mason),
and Clarence K. Smith, a. 23 y., operative, b. Hollis,
Maine, res. Hamilton, s. John P. and Sarah (Linscott), at
Danvers, Aug. 18, 1880.

Alathea O., a. 21 y., d. Josiah B. (dec'd) and Angelina (Ma-
son), and Eugene L. Wildes, a. 23 y., farmer, b. Ipswich,
res. Ipswich, s. Israel and Lydia A. (Averell), (she dec'd),
at Ipswich, Dec. 8, 1868.

Angie Misora, a. 22 y., at home, d. Josiah and Angeline (Ma-
son), and George Milton Adams, a. 29 y., farmer, b.
Hamilton, res. Hamilton, s. Silsbee and Emeline (Patch),
Feb. 20, 1882.

Fred Josiah, a. 24 y., traveling salesman, res. Boston, s. J.
Arther and Harriet A. (Wells), and Agatine Gowen, a.
22 y., at home, b. Portland, Me., res. Everett, d. Charles
M. and Priscilla L. (McKenney), at Everett, May 23,
1896.

Gertrude I., a. 25 y., at home, d. J. Arthur and Hattie A.
(Wells), and Arthur C. Glover, a. 25 y., watchmaker, b.
Ipswich, res. Ipswich, s. John S. and Elizabeth J. (Rust),
June 6, 1895.

J. Arthur, a. 25 y., farmer, s. Josiah B. (dec'd) and Ange-
lina (Mason), and Hattie A. Wells, a. 27 y., d. Hiram
and Almira T. (Small), Dec. 21, 1868.

Mary Ann, of Topsfield, and Alfred McKenzie of Danvers, at
Gosport, N. H. (Isle of Shoals), Aug. 7, 1851.

LANE, Benjamin, a. 23 y., shoemaker, b. Gloucester, s. David
S. and Lydia (Elwell), and Lucy J. Kneeland, a. 20 y.,
d. Aaron P. and Elizabeth D. (Phillips), at Gloucester,
Dec. 5, 1862.

Theresa Augusta, a. 24 y., operative, d. Benjamin and Lucy
(Kneeland), and Eben Sumner Merrill, a. 25 y., butcher,
b. Haverhill, s. Eben S. and Elizabeth A. ( Lester ^, Dec.
10, 1889.



TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES 121

LANG, Harriet A., a. 18 y., b. Gloucester, d. David L., and
Alfred A. Kneeland, a. 21 y., shoemaker, s. Humphrey,
May 16, 1850.

LANGLEY, Hattie A., a. 33 y., res. Salem, N. H., d. John and
Harriet, and Daniel Glover, 3rd. m., a. 52 y., farmer, b.
Marblehead, res. Danvers, s. Samuel and Elizabeth, Oct.
19, 1864.

LARRABEE, Alice M., a. 19 y., at home, b. Danvers, d. Frank
and Mary K. (Sears), and Franklin Pierce, a. 20 y.,
milk man, b. Danvers, res. Salem, s. John C. and Abigail
(Brooks), June 2, 1885.

LEACH, Betsey G., 2d. m., a. 37 y., b. Sanford, Me., res.
Boston, d. Levi and Sarah Ricker, and Enos S. Prescott,
2d. m., a. 41 y., laborer, b. Pembroke, N. H., res. Charles-
town, s. Enos and Hannah, May 20, 1858.

Charles Healy, a. 29 y., butcher, s. Thos. K. and Louisa (Mor-
gan), and Mary A. Wilkins, a. 25 y., at home, b. Wen-
ham, res. Wenham, d. Charles and Susan (Dodge), at
Wenham, Jan. 15, 1884.

Mary Ann, a. 17 y., d. Thomas K. and Louisa, and George
Briggs Thomas, a. 20 y., shoemaker, b. Portland, Me.,
s. David and Mary, Jan. 16, 1856.

Sarah K., a. 24 y., d. Thomas K. and Louisa (Morgan), and
Isaac M. Woodbury, a. 23 y., butcher, b. Manchester, s.
Jacob and Salome (Morgan), (both dec'd), Dec. 8, 1869.

LEFAVOUR, Frank, a. 32 y., shoe manufacturer, b. Marble-
head, s. Henry A. and Lucy M. (Morse), and Viola Fran-
ces Foster, a. 28 y., operative, d. Nathaniel and Amanda
(Averell), at Boston, Aug. 1, 1885.

Harry A., a. 29 y., shoe manufacturer, b. Providence, 111., s.
Albert and Harriet (Whelong), and Caroline Augusta
Hull, a. 26 y., at home, b. Boston, res. Ipswich, d. James
H. and Mary Emily (Barker), at Ipswich, Apr. 28, 1897.

LEGRO, John C. P., a. 23 y., clerk, b. Danvers, res. Danvers,
s. Edmund B. and Maria P., and Nancy R. Parsons, a.
19 y., b. Byfield, res. Danvers, d. Moses and Pat., (Chris-
tian name not plain on return certificate), Sept. 7, 1862.

LEWIS, James H., a. 21 y., cordwainer, b. Lynn, res. Lynn,
s. James, and Sarah J. Burril, a. 18 y., b. Lynn, d. Loren,
May 13, 1852.



122 TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES

Lewis, Theodore A., a. 25 y., cordwainer, b. Lynn, res. Lynn, s.
James, and Eunice C. Bradstreet, a. 26 y., d. Cornelius
B., Nov. 27, 185L

LIBBY, Rose M., res. Boxford, and Ralph G. Frame, a. 22 y.,
shoemaker, s. Francis C. and Elizabeth (Boardman), at
Salem, N. H., Jan. 22, 1896.

LIN, Margaret, a. 22 y., b. Scotland, res. North Andover, and
Richard Burns, a. 22 y., operative, b. Montreal, L. C,
res. Lawrence, s. Richard and Mary, Jan. 19, 1851.

LINEHAN, Mary, a. 35 y., housekeeper, b. Ireland, res. Wen-
ham, d. John and Mary (O'Connell), and Nathaniel M.
Foss, 2d. m., a. 56 y., farmer, b. Strafford, N. H., s. Na-
thaniel and Esther (Tuttle), at Newburyport, Aug. 30,
1899.

LITTLEFIELD, Elmer, a. 33 y., cashier, b. Exeter, N. H., res.
Hooksett, N. H., s. Edson and Lydia (Davis), and Edna
Maria Gould, a. 27 y., d. Lemuel H. and Sally (Mun-
day), (she dec'd), June 30, 1872.

Moses Frank, a. 21 y., carpenter, b. Rowley, res. Rowley, s.
William and Lucy (Howe), and Harriet E. Wade, a. 18
y., b. Ipswich, res. Ipswich, d. Henry and Elizabeth,
Nov. 26, 1874.

LOGAN, George A., a. 28 y., farmer, b. Truro, Nova Scotia,
s. Elisha and Nancy, and Ann Fay, a. 26 y., b. County
Leitrim, Ireland, d. Peter and Ann, at Danvers, June 23,
1878.

LOMAN, Emma, a. 22 y., domestic, b. Sweden, d. Loman and
Louisa (Johnson), and Olaf Monsson, a. 25 y., farmer,
b. Sweden, s. Monsson and Anna (Hoknsson), Dec. 28,
1895.

LOMBARD, Sarah J., a. 29 y., b. Otisfield, Maine, d. Enoch
and Abia, and Moses Wildes, Jr., 2d. m., a. 45 y., shoe-
maker, s. Daniel and Eunice, Oct. 8, 1856.

LONG, Alice M., a. 23 y., d. Henry and Catharine (Perley),
(both dec'd), and Jared B. McLane, a. 22 y., blacksmith,
b. Pugwash, N. S., s. Alexander and Harriet (Brown),
Sept. 16, 1875.



TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES I 23

Long, Henry, a. 40 y., blacksmith, b. Andover, s. Elijah and
Elizabeth, and Elizabeth Gould, a. 31 y., d. Josiah and
Betsey, Mar. 8, 1860.

Henry Augustus, a. 19 y., shoecutter, b. Andover, res. Middle-
ton, s. Elijah and Elizabeth (demons), and Eliza Anna
Richardson, a. 17 y., b. Middleton, res. Middleton, d.
Amos and Betsey (Saunders), Apr. 10, 1864.

Ira P., a. 20 y., blacksmith, s. Henry and Catharine (Perley),
(both dec'd), and Harriet L. Follansbee, a. 20 y., b.
Georgetown, d. Moses C. (dec'd) and Martha (Way-
land), at Boxford, July 29, 1877.

Ira Perley, 2d. m., a. 41 y., blacksmith, s. Henry and Cathar-
ine (Perley), and Laura Ann Cummings, a. 42 y., dress-
maker, d. Alfred and Salome (Welch), Dec. 14, 1898.

Marietta, a. 40 y., school teacher, b. Salem, d. Charles W. and
Elizabeth (Barrett), and William A. Long, a. 40 y., stable
keeper, s. Henry and Catharine (Perley), at Boxford,
Dec. 18, 1894.

William A., a. 40 y., stable keeper, s. Henry and Catharine
(Perley), and Marietta Long, a. 40 y., school teacher, b.
Salem, d. Charles W. and Elizabeth (Barrett), at Box-
ford, Dec. 18, 1894.



LOVELL, Joseph C, 2d. m., a. 53 y., farmer, b. West Boyls-
ton, res. West Boylston, s. Asa and Hannah Rajnuond,
and C. Augusta Fairbanks, a. 37 y., b. West Boylston,
res. West Boylston, d. Isaac and Prudence (Gerrish),
Dec. 5, 1872.

LUNT, Arthur G., a. 29 y., brakeman, b. Newburyport, res.
Boston, s. Samuel O. and Emma J. (Roles), and Carrie
H. Averill, a. 23 y., d. Ephraim P. and Susan J. (Lake),
at Pawtucket, R. I., Dec. 20, 1894.

McCASTAIN, Cassa T., a. 21 y., table girl, b. Douglass, Isle
of Man, d. James and Mary (McCastain), and Samuel A.
Ward, a. 28 y., shoemaker, s. Richard and Sarah H. (Pat-
tan), May 20, 1893.

McCORMACK, Edith May, a. 17 y., domestic, d. James and
Isabella (Chisholm), and William Andrews, a. 25 y.,
coachman, b. Ireland, Co. Down, s. David and Bessie
(Truesdale), at Danvers, Sept. 25, 1889.



124 TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES

McCoRMACK, James, a. 29 y., farmer, b. Kenagh, Longford
Co., Ireland, s. James and Margaret (Walker), and Isa-
bella Chisholm, a. 25 y., b. Antigonish, N. S., d. Valentine
and Catharine (Carmine), at Danvers, June 27, 1871.

John R., a. 23 y., salesman, s. James and Belle (Chisholm),
and Bertha E. Mellish, a. 21 y., musician, d. Rev. I. M.
and Lizzie A. (Holman), June 30, 1897.

McDonald, Margaret A., a. 18 y., b. Port Mulgrave, N. S.,
d. George and Flora, and William L. Chase, a. 21 y.,
farmer, b. Maidstone, Vt., s. Albert S. (dec'd) and Lydia
O. (Hawkins), Sept. 5, 1867.

McDONELL, Annie, a. 24 y., domestic, b. Antigonish, N. S.,
d. John and Margaret (Chisholm), and Michael O. Fljrnn,
a. 24 y., section hand B. & M. R. R., b. County Cork,
Ire., s. William and Norah (Berry), at Danvers. June 2,
1889.

McGLINCHEY, Addie J., a. 22 y., domestic, b. St. Stevens,
N. B., d. William and Sarah (Craig), and George Ed-
win Killam, a. 28 y., farmer, b. Boxford, res. Boxford, s.
George B. and Elizabeth (Davis), Mar. 29, 1888.

McINTIRE, Alice G., a. 19 y., b. Middleton, res. Middleton, d.
Charles and Hannah (Sheldon), and Ervin Larkin Eaton,
a. 23 y., cordwainer, b. Reading, res. North Reading, s.
Ebenezer and Sarah R., Mar. 8, 1868.

Nancy J., a. 20 y., b. North Reading, res. North Reading, d.
Ezra (dec'd) and Rebecca J., and John S. Roberts, a. 22
y., shoemaker, s. George W. and Sally (Phillips) (both
dec'd), at North Reading, Dec. 30, 1865.

McISAACS, Martha, 2d. m., a. 24 y., domestic, b. Ipswich,
res. Ipswich, d. Samuel and Ellen (White), and Henry
Perkins Andrews, a. 20 y., (consent of parents), shoe-
maker, s. William H, and Lillie (Estes), at Boxford,
Sept. 15, 1894.

MACK, Mary, a. 19 y., b. Danvers, res. Danvers, d. Charles
and Margaret (Calon?), and Nathaniel Potter, a. 27 y.,
laborer, s. John and Mehitable (Wildes), at Danvers,
Oct. 12, 1863.



TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES I 25

McKENZlE, Alfred, of Danvers, and Mary Ann Lamson of
Topsfield, at Gosport, N. H. (Isles of Shoals), Aug. 7,
1851.

McLANE, Jared B., a. 22 y., blacksmith, b. Pugwash, N. S., s.
Alexander and Harriet (Brown), and Alice M. Long, a.
23 y., d. Henry and Catharine (Perley), (both dec'd),
Sept. 16, 1875.

McLEOD, Alfred, a. 26 y., mechanic, b. Merrimack, N. H.,
res. Danvers, s. Kenneth (dec'd) and Betsey (Maxwell),
and Lucy E. Herrick, a. 23 y., df Henry E. and Sarah
(Nutter), at Newburyport, Jan. 11, 1874.

Hattie K., a. 21 y., school teacher, b. Danvers, d. Norman
and Mary Abbie (Elliott), and Ralph E. Woodbury, a. 23
y., farmer, b. Westford, res. Westford, s. Alfred and Em-
ma (Snow), at Littleton, Dec. 30, 1895.

Norman, 2d. m., a. 44 y., operative, b. Lowell, s. Kenneth and
Betsey (Maxwell), and Martha Stevens Cunmiings, a. 35
y., operative, d. Alfred and Salome M. (Welch), at Box-
'ford, Mar. 28, 1888.

McLOUD, Helen, a. 24 y., d. (Rev.) Anson and Jane (Corn-
ish), and Reuben L. Nye, a. 30 y., lawyer, b. Marietta,
Ohio, res. Marietta, Ohio, s. Ichabod H. and Miriam C.
(Linnel), May 21, 1867.

Malcolm, a. 27 y., conveyancer, s. Anson and Jane, and Agnes
Q. Andrews, a. 31 y., b. Boston, res. Boston, d. Samuel
and Sarah, Dec. 8, 1881.

McMEEKIN, Jeanie, a. 28 y., evangelist, b. Scotland, res.
Central Falls, R. I., d. David, and Gilbert S. Mason, a.
25 y., market gardener, b. Beverly, s. Alphonso and Lucy
(Kent), at Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 1, 1898.

McPHEE, James Noble, a. 45 y., farmer, b. Scotland, s. John
and Katie (Livingston), and Nettie L. (Wallace) Welch,
2d. m., a. 43 y., dressmaker, b. Campton, C. E., d. David
and Betsey (Benton) Wallace, Sept. 7, 1896.

MANNING, Michael, a. 27 y., milk dealer, s. James and Cath-
erine (Flanigan), and Nellia G. Conner, a. 20 y., domes-
tic, b. Fitchburg, d. Edward and Mary (Leary), at Dan-
vers, Nov. 4, 1896.



126 TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES

Manning, Richard Henry, a. 27 y., attorney at law, b. Salem,
Mass., res. Washington, D. C., s. Charles H. and Eliza-
beth (Berry), and Mary Ellen Perkins, b. Salem, Mass.,
d. Henry A. and Ruth E. (Allen), (both dec'd), Jan. 1,
1874.

MARDEN, Alvin E., a, 23 y., farmer, b. Boxford, res. Boxford,
s. Francis and Melissa (Davis), and Rose E. Thompson,
a. 16 y., at home, b. Aurora, 111., res. Georgetown, d.
Charles E. and Rose (McGarm), Dec. 19, 1888.

MARGESON, Lena F., a. 18 y., servant girl, b. Middleton, res.
Middleton, d. George and Mary E. (Ryan), and Charles
W. Andrews, a. 18 y., farmer, s. William H. and Lillie
(Estes), at Boxford, Jan. 6, 1895.

MARTIN, William, a. 23 y., farmer, b. Marblehead, res. Ips-
wich, s. Joseph and Mary B. (Hammond), and Georgie
Saunders, a. 19 y., at home, b. Nova Scotia, d. Sidney and
Waity (Faulkinham), Mar. 26, 1890.

MASON, Gilbert S., a. 25 y., market gardener, b. Beverly, s.
Alphonso and Lucy (Kent), and Jennie McMeekin, a. 28
y., evangelist, b. Scotland, res. Central Falls, R. I., d. Da-
vid, at Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 1, 1898.

Horace Ellsworth, a. 23 y., gardener, b. Beverly, s. Alphonso
and Lucy Ann (Kent), and Katie J. Connors, a. 18 y.,

operative, b. Salem, res. Wenham, d. and Katie J.,

at Wenham, Nov. 28, 1889.

MAYHEW, Flora Imogene, a. 24 y., domestic, b. Paris, Maine,
res. Salem, d. Alexander, and William Preston Abbott, a.
25 y., farmer, b. Stetson, Maine, s. Thomas and Elizabeth
(Pease), at Danvers, Mar. 11, 1882.

MEANS, Mary J., a. 20 y., at home, b. Chelsea, d. Robert F.
and Mary (Bates), and Frederick S. Kimball, a. 22 y.,
merchant, s. William B. and Mary S. (Stone), at Stone-
ham, Dec. 24, 1894.

MEARS, Mary Eliza, 2d. m., a. 32 y., (maiden name Mary
Eliza Burnham), d. Richard and Mary Ann (Sargent),
and Ebenezer Peabody, Jr., a. 32 y., shoemaker, s. Eben-
ezer and Abigail (Perkins), May 13, 1866.



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MELLISH, Bertha E., a. 21 y., musician, d. Rev. I. M. and
Lizzie A. (Holman), and John R. McCormack, a. 23 y.,
salesman, s. James and Belle (Chisholm), June 30, 1897.

MERREY, Lizzie H., a. 20 y., at home, b. Laconia, N. H., res.
Ipswich, d. James R. and Elizabeth (Cundy), and Archer
Andrews, a. 22 y., shoecutter, s. Joseph E. and Elizabeth
(Chapman), at Ipswich, Feb. 16, 1897.

MERRIAM, Arthur Marsh, a. 38 y., farmer, s. Dr. Royal A.
and Adeline (Marsh), and Margaret Elizabeth Colman,
a. 33 y., at home, b. New^buryport, res. Newbury, d. Moses
and Elizabeth (Coffin), at Byfield, Sept. 22, 1881.

Henry Greenleaf, a. 35 y., agent, s. Frederick P. and Hannah
P. (Towne), and Maria A. (Rust) Preston, 2d. m., a. 40
y., at home, b. Ipswich, res. Denver, Colorado, d. William
W. and Mary C. (Caldwell) Rust, at Danvers, Jan. 23,
1891.

MERRILL, Eben Sumner, a. 25 y., butcher, b. Haverhill, s.
Eben S. and Elizabeth A. (Lester), and Theresa Augusta
Lane, a. 24 y., operative, d. Benjamin and Lucy (Knee-
land), Dec. 10, 1889.

Elizabeth Bell, a. 18 y., at home, b. Wenham, res. Wenham,
d. Frank and Mary (Flaharty), and Arthur C. Cummings,
a. 20 y., assistant baggage master, s. Alfred and Salome
(Welch), at Wenham, Nov. 1, 1890.

Lilla Ann, a. 19 y., compositor, b. Boston, d. Alphonso T. and
Ella (Palmer), and Edward Henry Young, a. 24 y., opera-
tive, (piano), b. Roxbury, s. Isaac B. and Maria (Man-
ning), June 3, 1889.

Thursa M., a. 19 y., b. Beverly, res. Danvers, d. Ezra and
Mary, and Henry A. Cross, a. 22 y., painter, b. Wilmot,
N. H., res. Wilmot, N. H., s. Frederick C. and Sarah
(Clay), Mar. 29, 1874.

MESSER, Mary Ann, a. 15 y., b. Middleton, res. Middlefon,.
d. Augustus and Betsey, and John W. Peabody, 2d., a.
21 y., shoemaker, b. Middleton, res. Middleton, s. Isaiah
B. and Lydia M., Aug. 14, 1859.

MILBURY, Walter Eldron, a. 19 y., shoemaker, b. Harbor-
ville, N. S., res. Middleton, s. John W. and Sarah (Ries),
and Effie May Wildes, a. 21 y., shoe stitcher, d. Moses
and Sarah (Lombard), Feb. 19, 1887.



128 TOPSFIELD MARRIAGES

MILLARDf Annie E., a. 26 y., domestic, b. Troy, N. Y., d.
Henry and Margaret, and William Buckner Taylor, a. 41
y., farmer, b. King George Co., Va., s. William and Nan-
cy (Massey), June 23, 1883.

MILNER, Emma, a. 20 y., b. Nova Scotia, res. Lynn, d. George
and Emma, and Freeman M. Pillsbury, a. 28 y., shoe-
maker, b. Lynn, res. L>Tin, s. James M. and Lydia B.,
Nov. 10, 1871.

MONSSON, Olof, a. 25 y., farmer, b. Sweden, s, Monsson
and Anna (Hoknsson), and Emma Loman, a. 22 y., do-
mestic, b. Sweden, d. Loman and Louisa (Jonson), Dec.
28, 1895.

MOORE, Frank G., a. 27 y., merchant, b. Parsonsiield, Me.,
res. Dallas, Texas, s. Ira and Martha (Doe), (both dec'd),
and Susan S. Averell, a. 23 y., d. Thomas L. and Ruth
R. (Carr), Sept. 27, 1875.

Martin, 2d. m., a. 68 y., clergyman, b. Sterling, res. Boston, s.
Jonathan and Elizabeth, and Susan Cummings, a. 48 y.,
res. Boston, d. Cyrus and Susan, Apr. 6, 1859.

Mary Augusta, a. 26 y., b. Parsonsfield, Me., res. Parsons-
field, Me., d. Ira and Martha (Doe), and John Bailey,


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