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293, 588.

Waterman, 29, 30, 31, 34, 38, 44,

58,84, 86, 9r, 115, 116, 130,

132, 139, 140, 141, 145, 158,

159. 167. 177. 181, 188, 195,

211, 233, 237, 260, 263, 280,

284, 288, 330, 333. 348, 351,

353. 367, 428, 429, 468, 485.

492, 494, 507, 511, 517, 520,

5SO. 556, 557. 570, 582, 587.
588.

Waters, 134, 489.

Watrous, 374.

Watson, 27, 34, 45, 50, 59, 62,

65, 98, 114, 142, 143, 163.

172, 181,206, 223, 259, 262,

294, 321, 340, 390, 434, 438,
467,469,476,512,565.

Watts, 564.

Wayland, 62, 81, 139, 181, 250,

260, 558, 564.
Wayne, N. Y., 106, 476.
Weare, Mass., 302, 573.
Weatherbe, 328, 369.
Weatherhead, 41, 73, 78, 164,

322.
Weaver, 39, 136, 148, 156, 199,

201, 213, 340, 3«o, 410, 421,

423,503, 507, 511, SIS. 575-

577-



Webb, 39, 41, SO, 6r, 70, fj,
109, 134. 158, 163. 171. 176,
189, 196, 201, 209, 214, 215,
218, 235, 242, 261, 285, 286,
305, 311, 320, 323, 328, 330,
392, 405, 416, 438, 445, 502,
516, 533, 544. 545. 553-

Webber, 257, 296. 570.

Webster, 194, 195, 293, 486,493.

497'

Weed, 285.

Weeden, 32, 83, in, 127, 172,
203, 205, 214, 217, 276, 293,
296, 305. 342, 403. 423, 4S8,
495.499. 5 1 5. 547. 56 1, 569,
579-

Weekes, 298, 387, 406. 451.

Weekly Messenger, 273, 340.

Welch, 137, 155, 199, 202, 207,

. . 573, S06.

Weld, 42, 383, 394.

Wellington, 528, 588.

Wellington, Mass., 49, 50, 53,
64, 65, 66, 71, 84, 103, 126,
128, 135, 144, 157, 175, 213,
217,233,293, 315, 317. 340,
356, 357,358, 369, 420, 431.
455, 47 '-473, 512, 517, 534,
575, 586, 594- 595-

Wellma'n, 167, 198.

Wells, 42, 67, 118, 162, 327, 379,

430, 44 '.444, 453, 544.. 555-
Welsh, 23, 117, 140, 170, 236,

294- 340, 387- 435, 440. 475.

556. 557, 559-
Welton, 566.
Wertemburg, Ger., 108.
Wertemburg, King, 173, 182,

298, 507.
Wertemburg, Princess of, 173,

S07.
Wesleyan Seminary, 256.
Wesson.
West, 41.
West Barnstable, Mass., 386,

544-
Westboro, Mass., 93, 129, 561.
West Hoyleston, Mass., 129, 130,

131, 206.
Westbrook, Mass., 312, 496*



INDEX



tXIX



#estcott, 27, 44, 45, 46, 57, 58,
59. 64, 88,98, 100, lis, 116,
133, 146, 165, 188, 198, 229,
237, 261, 264, 277, 279, 280,
287, 308, 309, 316, 322, 331,
332, 346, 349. 350, 354, 359,
363. 365. 380, 389, 397. 428,
441. 442, 443. 444. 445. 454.
455, 461, 478. 492, 522, 544.
548. 559, 560, 568, 569, 579,
580, 582. 591, 595, 598.

Westerly, N. Y., 408.

Westerly, R. I., 32, 67, 99, 106,
139, 143, 149, 163, i6g, 179.
181, 182, 222, 223, 224, 247,
249. 294, 305.307. 341.362,
371, 432,445,480, 507. 517.
535. 543. 544. SS», 590.

Westgate, 172, 324, 334-

West Greenwich, R. I., 70, 104,
108, 169, 318, 383, 385, 387,
402, 428, 459, 463, 479, 480,

481. 550, 559. 561.
Westham Ch., Eng., 249.
Westminster Ch., Prov., 314,

393-
Westminster St., Prov., 19.
Weston, ri9, 506.
Weston, Mass., 191, 355, 394.

463, -494, 498. 534. 541. 552.

576, 586.
Westphalia, King of, 173, 507.
Westport, Mass., 35, 39, 129,

141, .142, 217, 219, 265, 266,

309. 3'0, 334. 337. 362, 371.

387. 431.435-
West Springfield, Mass., 435,

516," 523-
West Stockbridge, N. H., 336,

342.
Wethby, 61, 184, 434,, 474-
Wetherell, 71.
Wetherington, 1 18.
Wetmore, 224.
Weymouth, Mass., 452.
Wheat, 448.
Wheatley, 285.
Wheaton, 23, 40, 48, 6f, 70, 78,

106, III, 125, J40, 147, 150.

154, 166, 168, 172, 179, 182,



Wheaton, — Continued.

201, 202, 2x6, 218, 222, 253,
266, 271, 273, 275, 293,294,
304, 305, 311, 343, 345, 346,
362, 381, 382, 396, 401, 429,
434. 444. 454. 456. 457, 461,
464, 466, 476, 484, 490, 494,
• 503, 510, 520. 5 '5, 5,J3, 534,
538, 543, 562, 566 570, 571,
575, 582, 588. 596,

Wheeler, 19, 20, 26, 35, 58, uo,
128, 23s, 241. 292, 302, 303,

311, 312, 347, 362, 365, 382,
390, 397. 422, 452, 455. 465,
505. 5'9- 522, 552. 555. 585,
588.

Wheel Fair, Champion of the,
122.

Wheelock, 37, 40, 191, 217, 237,
298, 467.

Wheldon. 315, 406.

Whig, Richmond, Va., 477, 556.

Whippey, 248.

Whipple, 24, 30, 33, 42, 44. 45.
56. 58. 59. 74. 75. 76, n, 86,
97, 100, 114, i3r, 139, 155,
156, 162, 170, 188, 190, 210.
220, 222, 23 r, 245 277. 296,
2Q7, 30r. 327. 373, 382, 383,
405, 408, 409. 479 4-'0 4?4,
433, 4^5, 439. 443. 461, 466.
476. 5 1 5. 518. 554 569

Whiraker, 42. 152, 179, 239, 26 (.
288. 301, 429.

Whitcomb, 587

White, 35. 42, 46, 5t, 59, 60 Q2.
117, 118. 120, 122. 126 130
137, 140 152. i6t. 162 igg.
220, 237, 243, 244 270, 207.

312, 318. 323. 326, 338 353
384, 406. 4 '3. 4?7. 435. 439.
441, 467. 478. 488, 489, 49S.
S04, i;o8, 510, 526 534 545.
548, 557 586.

Whitesboro, N. Y, 107 193. 483.

496, 497
Whitestown, NT. Y., 98.
Whithorn, 86 502
Whitfield, 108.



I,XX



INDEX



Whitford, 38, 75, 410, 415, 491,

555-
Whiting, 164, 180, 207, 233, 254,

257, 286, 311,320, 381. 389,

393. 395> 408, 432.
Whitman, 58, 69, 145, 200, 207,

237, 238,254, 319, 326,357,

385, 429,473,497, 516, 517,

525, 539. 55 1, 563-
Whitmarsh, 32, 33, 160, 260, 270.
Whitmore, 63, 69, io5, 162, 216,

218, 315, 390, 394, 434, 461.
Whitney, 23, 33, 77.91.98,395.

440, 561, 572.
Whitridge, 226, 452.
Whittemore, 98, 99, 299, 434,

574-

Whitten, 325.

Whittingham, 351.

Whittle, 352.

Whittles]ey, 242, 528.

Wickford, R. I., 26, 69, 72, 85,
89, 90, 109, 118, 150, 177,
199, 206, 212, 229, 268, 296,
302, 306, 320, 332, 347, 358,
369, 370, 461, 478, 501, 512,
521, 524, 534, 540, 549, 57',
579, 580.

Wickham, 582.

Wickson, 46, 475.

Wight, 28, 82, no, 112, 113,
120, 153, 174, 199, 233, 244,
248, 251, 254, 262, 278, 285,
295, 301, 303, 308, 310, 312,
341, 355- 386, 412, 421, 442,
445, 447, 476,504, 505, 514,
515, 537, 540, 551, S62, 585.

Wightman, 171, 584.

Wilbraham, Mass., 256.

Wilbur, 32, 35, 53, 55, 64, 105,
106, 127, 141, 156, 179, 193,
225, 231, 240, 242, 259, 265,
284, 295, 329, 333, 337, 343,
354. 384, 422, 446, 456, 473,
540, 549, 598.

Wilcox, 79, 90, 99, no, 142, 179,
186, 209,210,231,317,337,
384, 385, 388, 428, 471, 493,
503, 560, 566.



Wilde, 34, 227, 240, 301, 497,
416, 554, 581.

Wilder, 34, 35, In, 189, 218,
227, 253, 270, 297, 307,, 320,
338, 375, 387, 396, 397, 458,
479, 492, 525, 551, 582.

Wiley, 27, 295, 540.

Wilkey, 450.

Wilkinson, 29, 41, 45, 46, 121,
245, 282, 317, 350, 384, 388,
418, 427, 439, 460, 473, 486,
514.

Willard, 66, 143, 193, 233, 373,

554-

Willeston, 287, 295.

Williams, 20, 35, 59, 60, 68, 71,
72, 75, ^^, 85, 86, 93, 94, 95,
98, 99, loi, 103, 106, 108,
n9, 125, 126, 130, 132, 133.
136, 139, 142, i47i 150, 167,
169, 188, 200, 204, 217, 218,
221, 224, 226, 227, 230, 234,
2^^, 238, 239, 249, 260, 261,
268, 271, 272, 277, 283, 284,
290, 291, 292, 302, 305, 310,

312, 315, 318, 322, 229, 339,
341,344,356,373, 379, 381,
388, 402, 403,404, 412, 425,
426, 431, 434, 435, 440, 442,

443,448,451,454, 457, 467,
469, 488, 489, 490, 500, 505,

508, 5it, 518, 5'9, 520, 522,
529, 530, 536, 548, 549, 550,
551, 556,559, 564, 569, 570,
575, 576, 585, 586, '589, 595.
599-

Williamsburg, 111., 267.

Williamson, 134, 342.

Williamstown, Mass., 88.

Williamsville, Mass., [44, 147.

Wiilington, Ct., 119.

Wilhs, 38, 122, 148, 216, 260, 376,

,,,.,,434- 446, 498, 509-
Wills, 123, 251.
Willoughby, 219, 423..
Wilmarth, 29, 158, 165, 179, 200,

266, 275, 418, 459.
Wilmmgton, Del., 182, 549.
Wilmington, N. C, 81, 298, 346,

449, S46, 565, 587.



INDEX LXXI

Wilson, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, Wilson,— Continued.

3.3. 35, 36, 37. 38. 39. 40, 41. 53'. 532, 533. 534.: 535, 536,

f' 43. 44. 47. 49. 52, S3, 54, 539, 540. 542, 543, 544, 546,

55, 57, 58, 60, 62, C4, 66, 67, S47- 548. 550, 551. 553, 554,

68, ;o, 75, 78, 79, 80, 84, 87, SS6, 557, SS8, 559, 561. 562,

90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 563, 564. 565, 567. 568, 569,

loi, 104, 106,107, III, 112, 571, 572, 573, 577,578, 580,

US, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 581, 585, 586, 587, 588, 589,

122, 123, 125, 126, 128, 129, 596, 598.

131, '32, 133, 134. 136, 139. Winchester, 300.

141, 142, 145, 147, 151, 152, Winchester, N. Y., 243, 430.

154, 158, 159, 160, 162, 164, Winchief, 585.

165, 168, 169, 170, ,171, 174, Wind, 418, 419.

^77. 178, 179, 180, 181, 183, Windham, Ct., 62, 66, 276, 284,

184, 187, 189, 190, I9r, 192, 31 r, 390, 544.

196. 197. 198, 202, 206, 207, Windham, Mass., 496.

208, 210, 211, 213, 214, 215, Wines, 26.

218,219,220,221, 222, 225, Wing, 185, 194, 243, 319, 355,

226, 228. 229, 230, 233, 234, 420, 52 r, 597.

235, 236, 237, 238, 240, 241, Wingfield, 457.

242, 246, 247, 248, 249, 251, Winkley, 510

252, 254, 256, 257, 258, 259, Winkworth, 427.

260, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, Winman, 485.

267, 268, 269, 272, 273, 274, Winship, 38.

276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, Winslow, 85, 124, 167, 299, 317,

282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 324, 378, 451, 470, 556.

288, 290, 291, 292, 296, 298, Winslow, Me., 172, i88.

300, 302,308,309,310,311, Winsor, 30, lOO, 116, 127, 136,

312, 313, 317. 3'9. 320, 321, 203, 282, 292, 327, 350, 385,

322, 324, 327, 329, 331, 332, 395, 396, 405, 440, 441, 442,

333> 334, 335, 336, 340, 341, 445, 464, 478, 495, 526, 579,

342, 344. 345, 347. 348, 349, 581. '

350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 358, Winsor, Ct., 452.

359, 361- 362, 363, 364, 36s, -Winsor, N. Y., 382.

366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, Winsor, Vt., 284, 401, 547.

372, 373. 375. 376. 379, 380, Winterbottom, 346,

,381, 383, 387, 389, 390, 391, Winthrop, 244.

393. 394, 396, 400, 401, 402, Winthrop, Me., 420.

403, 405, 407, 410, 411, 412, Witter, 93, 94

413, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, Wolcott, 166, 247, 248, 282, 287,

425. 427, 429. 430. 433, 437. 330.

439, 440, 441, 442, 444, 445, Wolcott, Ct., 556, 566

448, 449, 451, 452, 454, 457, Wood, 31, 38, 41, 47, 6r, 92, 93,

458, 459, 460, 461, 463, 464, 100, 123, 143, 176, 182, 183,

465, 466, 468, 469, 47f, 472, 198, 259, 262, 269, 313, 354,

473, 474, 477, 478, 479, 480, 369, 373, 393,412, 425, 429,

482, 484, 485, 486, 487, 488, 441, 442, 506, 508, 538, 591,

490, 491, 493, 494, 496, 502. 596.

503, 505. 508, 509, 5 1 1, 512, Woodard, 550.

520, 523, 524, 525, 527, 529, Woodbridge, 250.



LXXII



INDEX



Woodburn, 404. ,

Woodbary, 125, 316.

Woodbury, Ct, 393.

Woodcock, 276.

Woodley, 252, 285, 367, 460, 556.

Woodman, 129, 324, 438.

Woodhurse, 598.

Woods, 36.

Woodstock, Ct., 35, 51, 52, 68,
96, 121, 131, 13s, 146, 147,
170, 178, 179, 181, 227, 236,
251, 254, 263, 289, 307, 314,
376, 409, 430, 441, 453, 458,.
470, 477. 496, 521, 523. 526,

S3S, 543-
Woodstock, Vt., 55.
Woodward, 43, 66, 83, 105, 187,

212, 231, 325, 427,431, 446,

4S4> SSo, 592.

Wood worth, 310, 576.

WooUey, 289.

Woolsey, 65.

Woolwich, Eng., 407.

Woolwich, Me., 155.

Woonsocket, R. I., 29, 210, 358,
381.

Woonsocket Falls, 288.

Wooster, 249, 316.

Wooster, O., 526.

Worcester, Mass., 45, 94, 96,
102, 103, 125, 129, 139, 206,
211, 222, 230, 263, 269, 306,
313- 392, 396,407. 411. 426,
434, 440, 445, 452, 487, 497,
531, 558, 568, 593, 594-

Worcester, Mass., Spy, 202,
262.

Works, 373.

Worth, 255.

Worthy, 263,

Worthington, 270.

Worthington, Ohio, 323.

Wrentham, Mass., 28, 75, ^6, 84,
86, 93, 102, 103, 138, 146,
1 57, 164, 165, 169, 183, 188,
192, 193, 194, 195, 204, 208,



Wrentham, Mass.,— Cpntinued.
209, 213, 227, 274, 27s, 277,
286, 287, 290, 292, 294, 296,
322, 349, 356, 3-59, 374, 375,
403, 404, 412, 413, 468, 488,
491, 508,516,536, 544, 556,

557-

Wright, 40, 83, 97, 103, III, US,
126, 127, 158, 169, 176, 210,
219, 232,264, 295, 313, 324,
332, 343, 361, 172, 391, 397,
427, 430, 435, 478, 479, 504,
536, 537, 573, 583, 584. 586,
587. 598.

Writer, Dramatic, 429.

Wyatt, 49, SO, 331, 371,540-

Wyer, 194.

Wyman, 138, 563.

Wyndown, 484.



X



Ximeno, 405.



Yagerstown, Penn., 348.

Yarmouth, Eng., loi, 493.

Yarmouth, Mass., 90, 343.

Yates, 63, 99, 598.

Yayden, 105.

Yeamans, 562.

Yerrington, 120, 128.

Yonkers, N. Y., 293, 537.

Yorkshire, Eng., 243, 325.

Young, 24, 25. 46, 47, 49, 70, 72,
107, 117, t22, 151, 159, 160,
167, 174, 176, 197, 202, 311,
331. 336. 366, 389, 393, 412,
413, 416,427,451,469, 475,
480, 532, 561, 591, 592.

Younglove, 325.



Zion's Church, N. Y., 305, 546.



The
Providence Phenix,

Providence Patriot and
Columbian Phenix



MARRIAGES



The Providence Phenix, Providence Pa=
triot and Columbian Phenix.



Vol. I, No. I, of the Providence Phenix was issued Tuesday,
May II, 1802, and the terms were ;^i.So per annum. It was
first printed by W. W. Dunham for T. A. Foster and W. W. Dun-
ham at Printing House Office opposite Hon. Theodore Foster's
house, Westminster street.

On July 20, 1802, this extract from the works of Washing,
ton is placed beneath the title : "In proportion as the structure of
government gives force to public opinion it is essential that the
public opinion should be enlightened." On Nov. 20, 1802, the
publication day was changed to Saturday. Nov. 5, 1803, the quo-
tation was dropped and the following was substituted : " Published
by William W. Dunham opposite the Market House, Providence."
Theodore A. Foster withdrew May 21, 1803, and Mr. Dunham
then became sole owner.

Commencing Wednesday, July 18, 1804, the paper was printed
and published by William Olney. Sept. 15 the publication day
was changed back again to Saturday, when the announcement was
made that a new font of type was to be used. This number has
for title page the words " Providence Phenix " in plain letters, the
bird phenix arising from the fire (which has hitherto been a promi-
nent feature of the title page) being dropped.

Oct. 12, 1805, the announcement is made that the office is re-
moved to the chambers over D. Vinton's store, 7 Market Square
Jan. 17, 1807, Jones & Wheeler (Josiah Jones, Bennett Wheeler)
announce themselves as the proprietors of the paper. Feb. 28,
1807, " Providence" is dropped from the title, and the words "The
Phenix" substituted in a new style of letters. March 14 a wood
cut showed these letters in white.



20 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND

Jan. i6, 1808, The Phenix has a new title, "The Columbian
Phenix." March 11, 1809, the word "The" was dropped from the
latter title. July 15, 1809, it is announced as published by Wheel-
er, Jones & Co. This firm name appears but a few times, the name
Jones & Wheeler continuing on each number as usual. The sub-
title, "Columbian Phenix," was last used Jan. 12, 181 1, and after-
ward no title but "Providence Phenix," in large letters and date in
line following. Sept. 7 the sub-title, "The Patriot," is first used,
the title having been from Jan. 19 "Columbian Phenix or Provi-
dence Patriot."

May 2, 1812, the paper is dressed in mourning in memory of
the Vice President, George Clinton, who died at Washington April
20. May 3, 1813, a wood cut on the title page represented an eagle
with shield in front and arrows in claws, with sunrise in the back-
ground.

Jan. IS, 1814, with the beginning of Volume XII the title of
the paper is again changed. It now reads "Providence Patriot and
Columbian Phenix" instead of as before "Columbian Phenix and
Providence Patriot."

Jan. 2, 1 8 19, the paper became a semi-weekly, being published
Wednesday and Saturday. The former price of ;Si2.oo was changed
to 1^3.50, and the title became "Providence Patriot'' in large letters
and "Columbian Phenix" in small letters. The firm name now
was Jones, Wheeler and Cranston (Barzillai Cranston being added).
Mr. Cranston continued in the firm one year only, when Jones and
Wheeler continued it until May, 1823. The paper before Mr. Crans-
ton was announced from April 17, 1819, as being published by J.
Jones & Co., Printers to the State, 7 Market Square.

Eaton W. Maxcy succeeded Mr. Wheeler but a year after
transferred it to William Simons, the firm continuing as Jones &
Simons until Nov., 1829, when Mr. Jones published as Agent.
Mr. Simons retired. James O. Rockwell was editor from Nov. 1 1 ,
1829, until his death, June 7, 1831. June 9, 1832, it again became
a weekly and so continued until its last issue, Dec. 29, 1832.

In politics it was Democratic. It was well edited and printed,
being the first Democratic newspaper in the town of Providence.
As first stated, it was first printed forT. A. Foster & Co., by W. W.
Dunham. From Dec. 18, 1802, for a while it was printed by Sam-
uel J. Williams. When it was first published it was ^1.50 per an-
num, but when William Olney took charge it was raised to ;Ji2.oo.
J. Jones & Co., printers to the State, continued as proprietors un-
til Eaton W. Maxcy succeeded Mr. Wheeler when the firm name



PROVIDENCE PHENIX-MARRIAGES 21

changed May I2, 1824, to Jones & Maxcy, and May 11, 1825, it
again changed to Jones & Simons which co-partnership continued
as above stated until Nov. 7, 1829, when Mr. Jones continued as
agent.

In the last number, Dec. 29, 1832, he announces that his son
Cornelius S. Jones, will be editor and proprietor, and that the
paper will have a new dress and be otherwise improved. This did
not materialize however and no paper succeeded.

Of all these papers we have seen all the numbers issued except
those for April 29 and Sept. 22, 1804, Jan. 24, 1829, Nov. 12, 1831,
Jan. 25 and June 2, 1832. This file is in the possession of the
Rhode Island Historical Society, whence these extracts and the
matter published in this volume have been gleaned.



MARRIAGES



ABBEY George, of Belchertown, and Hannah
Gay, at Dedham, by Rev. E. Burgess.
Patriot of
ABBOTT Experience, of Providence, and Dea.
Thomas Grow, of Pomfret, Ct., at Provi-
dence,

Clarissa, of Andover, and Rev. Ebenezer
Poore, Pastor of 2d Christian Church,
Beverly, at Andover. Patriot of

Lieut. Joel, U. S. Navy, and Laura Wheaton,
daughter of late Charles, of and at War-
ren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh,

Sabrina C. and Nathaniel F. Potter, both of
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley,
ABELL Rebecca, of Rehoboth, and David
Atherton, of Attleboro, at Rehoboth, by
Rev. Mr. Thompson,

Elizabeth, of Seekonk, and Ira Carpenter, of
Sturbridge, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit-
man,

Mary, daughter of Capt. Caleb, of Seekonk,
and Samuel Wheato n, of Rehoboth, at
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman,

Capt. Daniel Hodges, of Seekonk, and Mary
Allen, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr.
Thompson. Patriot of

Nancy, daughter of Capt. Caleb, of Seekonk,
and Benajah Allen, of Rehoboth, at See-
konk, by Rev. Mr. Pease,

Robert and Alseneth Staples, of and at
Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Huntington,
ABORN James and Mary Whitney, at Pawtuxet,
by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phenix of

Mary Ann, daughter of John A., Esq., of
Pawtuxet, and George Holroyd, of Provi-
dence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs,

Hannah G., daughter of Samuel, Esq., and
Charles L. Bowler, at Providence, by Rev.
Dr. Gano,



May 17, 1831

March 12, 1820

March 23, 1825

Nov. 28, 1825
June 24, 1829

Feb. ;, 1813
Dec. 29, 1816

May 2, 1819

May 17, 1823

Nov. 7, 1824

May 19, 1825

April 21, 1810

Nov. 21, i8ii

May 4, 1813



24



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND



ABORN Maria, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and
Henry Jacobs, both of and at Providence,
by Rev. Mr. Wilson,

Phebe, only daughter of Benjamin, and
Philip Allen, at Providence, by Rev. Mr.
Wilson. Phenix of

Daniel Tillinghast and Eliza Rogers Youn^,
daughter of John, both of and at Provi-
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson,

Urania T., eldest daughter of Capt. Jona-
than, and Thomas Sheldon, both of and at
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs,

Patience R., daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and
Samuel E. Gardiner, Jr., both of and at
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Preston. Phenix
of

Caroline C, eldest daughter of late Edward,
and Simon H. Greene,

Eliza R., only daughter of Joseph, and Col.
Sion A. Rhodes, both of and at Pawtuxet,
by Rev. Mr. Curtis,

Mary B., daughter of Capt. Lowry, and
Randall H. Greene, both of and at Provi-
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson,

Ann Louisa, daughter of Capt. Lowry, and
Christopher V. Spencer, at Providence, by
Rev. Mr. Wilson,

Harriet A,, eldest daughter of James, and
A. J. Rhodes, at Providence, by Rev. Mr.
Wilson,

Joseph R., formerly of Providence, and Sarah
W. Frith, of and at Savannah, by Rev.
Mr. Snodgrass. Patriot of

Mary E., daughter of late Capt. Jonathan,
and Dr. George W. Tyler, at Pawtuxet, by
Rev. Mr. Tatem,

James and Sally Whipple, both of and at
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson,

Capt. William H. and Harriet A. Reming-
ton, daughter of late Capt. Charles, of and
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff,

Capt. Lowry, Jr.,' and Julia Ann Manchester,
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr;
Wilson,

Rebecca W., daughter of late Capt. Jonathan,
and Capt. Pardon Sheldon, at Pawtuxet,
by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff,

Col. John and Mrs. Phebe Greene, both of
and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff,



Oct. 4, 1813

Jan. 8, 1814

April 16, 1816

Nov. 7, 1816

July II, 1818
March 13, 1822

April 4, 1820

April 30, 1820

May I, 1820

June 17, 1823

June 19, 1822

Oct. 3, 1822
Oct. 20, 1822

Jan. 27, 1825

Oct. 19, 1825

Dec. II, 1825
March i, 1826



PROVIDENCE PHENIX— MARRIAGES 25

ABORN Sally R., daughter of Thomas, formerly
of Providence, and Charles S. Henry, Esq.,
attorney at law, of and at Savannah, Ga., May 31, 1827

Major John Waterman and Gelinda Harris
Barton, daughter of David, both of and at
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, June 13, 1827

Sarah Ann, daughter of late Edward, and
Amory Chapin, both of and at Providence,
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 13, 1827

Susan P., daughter of late Edward, of Prov-
idence, and Richard W. Jackson, of Phila-
delphia, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil-
son, Oct. I, 1827

Eliza Greene and Gen. George L. Barnes, at
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley ; she was
the daughter of James Greene, April 21, 183 1

ADDISON Thomas, of Providence, and Sarah
W. Curtis, of and at New York, by Rev.
Dr. Minor, May 11, 1819

Benjamin, of Providence, and Louisa Clarke,
of and at Holliston. Patriot of Dec. 6, 1823

ADALAIDE now Queen of Saxe-Miningen ;
born Aug. 13, 1792, married William IV,
King of Great Britain, born Aug. 21, 1765;
July II, 1 81 8. See Patriot of Aug. 14, 1830

ADAM Rev. John, of Killingly, Ct., and Mrs.

Esther Jones, ofand at Foster, Sept. 5, 1825

ADAMS John, son of John and Susanna
(Boyleston) Adams, and Abigail Smith,
daughter of William and Elizabeth
(Quincy) Smith, Oct. 24, 1764

Phebe and Philip Potter, at Providence, by

Rev. Mr. Wilson. Phenix of ' April 22, 1809

Abigail, of Boston, and William Young, at

Newport. Phenix of Oct. 20, 1810

Lowell and Lydia Gladding, daughter of late
Timothy, both of and at Providence, by
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 28, 181 1

Capt. Daniel, of Charlestown, Mass., and
Cornelia Pearce, of Cranston, at Provi-
dence. Phenix of Nov. 14, 1812

Luther, of Killingly, Ct., and Mary Jenckes,
of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Man-
chester, Aug. 13, 181S

Joseph, of Providence, and Hannah Bos-
worth, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop
Griswold, Aug. 17, 1818

Edmund and Alice Lawton, daughter of
Adam, at Portsmouth. Patriot of Feb. 23, 1820



26 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND

ADAMS Rev. Jasper, professor in Brown Uni-
versity, and Mercy D. Wheeler, of and at

Medbury, Mass., May i6, 1820

Barzillai S., of Fairhaven, and Lydia Potter,

daughter of Restcome, of and at New-
port. Patriot of April 11, 1821
Weston Bela, a tutor in Dartmouth College,

and Harriet Wines, daughter of Rev. Abi-

jah, of Deer Isle, at Newburyport. Patriot

of Sept. 8, 1 82 1

Seth, Jr. and Harriet E. Fenner, youngest

daughter of Capt. Arthur, both of and at

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 26, 1823

Rev. Jasper, Prof, of Natural Philosophy in

Brown University, and Placidia Mayrant,

daughter of William, Esq., of Statesburgh,

S. C, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 4, 1823
Eliza and Adnah Sackett, both of and at

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Pickering, May 2, 1824

Catharine, of Catskill, N. Y., and Edwin

Crosswell, Editor of Albany Argus, at

Catskill. Patriot of Sept. 25, 1824

Dorcas and James Ford, attorney at law, both

of and at Fall River. Patriot of Sept. 25, 1824

Seth, of Providence, and Susan Olney, daugh-
ter of Elisha, of and at Smithfield, by Rev.

Dr. Edes, Dec. 22, 1824

Mrs. Susan, of Wickford, and Philip Tour-
gee, of Newport, at Wickford, by Rev.

William Northup, April 25, 1826

Ann, 25, and Charles Parshall, 15, both of

and at New York, Aug. 5, 1827

Susan, eldest daughter of Seth, Esq., of

Providence, and Dr. 'Joseph Greene, of

Barnstable, Mass., at Providence, by Rev.

Dr. Edes, May 16, 1828

John, of Bristol, and Ann Boyd, of and at

Portsmouth, April 12, 1829

Charles, youngest son of ex-President Adams,

and Abby Brooks, daughter of Hon. P. C,



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