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31 33 34 36 37 38 41.

Herrenden, 31.

Hicks, 24 42.

Hill, 19 25 26 32 42.

Holden, 33

Howe, 34.

Humphrey. 11 14.



I J

Jameson, 10.

K

Kennecutt, 6 7 8 9 12 13
15 18 19 20 21 23 24
25 26 28 29 31 32 33
34 35 36 39.



Lindsey, 12.

Livesey, 12 13 15 22 25

29 33 36 39 42.
Luther, 8 15 19.
Lyell, 31.



M

Macreadinjr, 19 21 34.
Manning, 5 6 7 9 11
13 14 16 20 21 22

25 26 28 29 31 34
37 39 40 41 42.

Mason, 6 20 23 27 28.
Maxwell, 17 95.
Miller, 6 7 8 9 11 13
16 18 19 20 21 23

26 28 31 32 33 34
36 38 40 42.



N

Northup, 36.

O P

Paine, 17 22.
Phillips, 17.

Pitman, 5 11 13 14 20
24 26 32 39 41.



Q R



Rexford, 5 7 8 9 12
15 17 19 21 22 23
32 33 36 37 38 39
41 42.



Shurtleff. 6 7 10 11

20 30
Sisson, 12 15 34 40.
Slade, 30 37.
Smith, 8 64.
Spaulding, 17 30 42.
Spencer. 96.
Stebbins, 10 27.
Stockforl, 62.
Stoddard. 10 30 38.
Stoue, 7 8.
Summers, 19.
Swinton, 13.



13
29
40



13



Talby, 5:^.

Taylor, 6 30 40.

Thatcher, 16.

Thompson, 7 8 9 10 12
13 14 15 16 17 IS 19
20 21 22 24 26 27 28
30 31 35 36 39 40 41
42.

Townsend, 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 13 14 15 16 17 IS
20 21 24 26 27 28 29

30 31 32 33 34 35 36
37 38 39 41.

Truan. 8.

Tustin, 5 7 8 10 11 17
19 24 25 26 27 29 30

31 33 35 36 37 38 39
40.,

u

U.sher, 5 6 10 11 27 28
35 46.



Vernon, 7.
Viall, 38.

w

Watson, 7 23 28.

Welch, 5 6 7 8 10 11 13
15 17 18 19 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 29 32 33
34 35 36 38 39 40 41.

West 24.

Wheaton, 9 27 28 35.

Wight, 6 11 33.

Wiley, 19.

Wilmarth, 13.

Wilson, 11 34 41 42.

Winsor, 14.

X Y Z



in.



Names of Places.



Abington, Mass., 32.
Attleboro, Mass., 16 31

B

Barnard, Vt., 38.

Barrington, R. I., 5 6 7 9
10 19 22 29 30 32 35
38 40 43 47 64 78 86.

Boston, Mass., 27 35 48
94.



Bridgewater, Mass., 39.

Bristol, R. I., 6 8 13 15
19 21 22 24 25 26 28
29 31 32 33 39 40 41
48 67 90 95.

Brunswichf, Me., 22.



Cambridge, N Y., 17 46.
Carver, Mass., 19.
Charlestown, Mass., 41
43,



Charlton, Mass., 38.
Chester, Mass., 31.
Cincinnati, O., 29 62.
Connecticut, 11 12.
Coventry, R. T., 7.
Cranston, R. I., 12.
Cumberland, R. I., 7 27
82.

D

Dartmouth, Mass., 18
33.



INDKX WARREN.



Dishton, Mass., 5 6 10
38 42 64.



E F

Fairhaven, Mass., 15 88.
Fall River, Mass 6 13 30

34 41.
Farmingham, Cl.. 25.
Foster, R. I., 11.
Freetown, Mass., 7 37 39

4151.



G

Greenwich, R. I., 30.
Gloucester, Mass., 18.
Gloces'er, R. I., 44.



H

Hartford, Ct., 40.
Hudson, N. Y., 12.



Ireland, 88 89.



Jackson, N. Y., 33.
Johnston, R. I., 14 32 84.

K L

Lancaster, Mass., 91.
Lee. N. H., 23.
Little Compton, R. I., 10
22 38 50.



M

Marteueco, W. I., 99.
Mendon, Mass., 42.



Middloboro, Mass., 42.
Middletown, Ct., 8 93.
Middlotown, R. t., 38.



N

Newark, N. J., 31.
New Bedford. Mass., 21

27 33 53.
New Brunswick, 19.
New .Jersey, 17.
Newport. R. I., 5 13 24

27 33 41 76.
New York. 7 8 11 IS 31

35 42 97.
Niles, N. Y., 10.
North Kingstown, R. I.,

36.
North Providence, R. I.,

5 6 40 72.
Nottingham, N. H.. 21.



O P

Pawtncket, Mass., 5 38.
Pawtucket, R. I., 67 86.
Pembroke. N. S., 40.
Philadelphia, Pa., 36.
Pictou. N. S.. 2.5.
Pittstown. N. Y., 53 92.
Pomfret. Ct., 20 43 52.
Portsmouth. R. L, 15 22

31 42 89.
Providence. R. I., 5 8 10

19 23 30 32 33 34 37

38 45.



Q R

Randolph, Mass., 42.

Rehoboth. Mass.. 8 9 11
12 18 19 21 24 25 26
28 29 32 33 35 36 37
39 40 41 80 81.

Roxburv. Mass., 98.

Roxbury. N. Y., 24.

Rumford, Me., 40.



Scarborough, Eng., 36.

Scituate, R. I., 25.

Seekonk, Mass., 12 17 22
36 38.

Sharon, Mass 34 8-5.

Smithfield, R. I., 31 42.

Somerset, Mass., 5 6 9
13 14 19 :V.\ 34 37 68.

South King.stown, R. 1..
25.

Spencer, Mass., 34.

Stonington, Ct., 19 21 24.

Suffield, Ct., 25.

Swausoy, Mass.. 6 8 10
11 13 15 1(5 18 20 21
22 25 26 27 28 29 30
31 32 36 39 40 42 SO.



Taunton, Mass., 23 25

35.
Thompson, Ct., 80..
'l^iverton, 13 24 85.
Troy, Pa., 91.'



u

U S Navy Yard, 43.
U S Navy, 5 37.
Uptown, Mass., 40.



V
Virginia, 32.

w

Warwick, R. I., 9 24 33.

Waterrille, IMe., 38.
Westport, Mass., 40.
Wickford, R. I.. 5.
Wilbraham, Mass., 5.

X Y Z



iisr iDEx.



TOWN OF WARREN.



I.



Names Occurring in Their' Natural Order.
Marriages commeuce with page 5; births page 43; deaths page 97.



Abbott, 5 43.
Abel, 5

Adams, 5 43 97.
Albro, 5.
Alger, 5 43 97.
Allen, 5 43 97.
Ames, 44.
Anderson, 44.
Andrews, 5 44.
Angell. 5 44.
Anthony, 6.
Arnold. 6 44.
Ashworth, 44.
Asten, 6.

B

Babbitt, 4.5.
Bacon, 6.
Baker, 6 45 97
Ballot, 6.
Barden, 4.5.
Barker, 45.
Barnaby, 6 45.
Barnes, 45.
Barney, 6 45.
Barrett, 45.
Barrows, 6 4*5.
Bartlett, 7.
Barton, 7 4(; 07.
Battiat, 7.
Bean, 7 47.
Bobee, 8 41).
Bennett, 8 48.
Bennington, 48.
Beris, 8.
Besayude, 8 48.
Beverlev. 8.
Blcknell, 48 1)7.
Biglow, 8.
Bishop, 8.
Blake, 8 4S.
Bluiichard, 8.
Blanding, 8.

Vol. 6— B



Bliss, 8 48.
Booth, 48.
Borden, 48.
Bosworth. 8 48 97.
Bowen, 9 49 97.
Bowers. 10.
Bowingtou, 10.
Boynton, 10.
Bradford, 51. -
Bragley, 51 97.
Braman, 51 97.
Brayton, 10 51.
Briggs, 10.
Bri;;litman, '10.
Brown, 10 51 97.
Bucklin, 11.
Buffington, 11.
Bugbee, 11 52.
Bullock, 11 ,52 98.
Borden, 11.
Burgess, 11.
Burge, 11.
Burr, 11 52 98.
Burtch, 11 53.
Burt, 11 53 98.
Bushee, 11 53.
Butterfield, 12.
Butterrv'orth, 12 53 98.
Butts, 54.



Camp, 12.
Capen, 12.
Carey, 54.
Carpenter. 12 54.
Oarr, 12 54.
Oartee, 13 55.
Gary, 13.
Caussones, 13 55.
Champlain, 13 55
(-Uiapman, 56 98.
C3hase. 13 56.
Chessman, 56.
Child, 13 56 98.
Churchill. 15 58.
Church, .15.



Clarke, 15 58.
Cobb, 1.5.
Cockrane, 15.
Qaggeshall. 58.
Coghing, 15.
Coleman, 15.
Cole, 15 58 98.
Collimore, 17 62.
Collins, 17 62.
Comer, 17.
Comstock, 18 62.
Converse, 18.
Cooke, 18 62.
Cooley, 18.
Corey, IS.
Cornell, 62.
Cornwell, IS.
Corvin, 18.
Cottrell, 18.
Coweu, 18 63.
Cranston, IS 63 98.
Croade, IS 03 98.
Orowell, 63.
Cuffee, 18.
Cutler, 63.



D

Daggett, IS.
Daval, 18 63.
Davis, IS 64.
Dennis, 19.
Dexter, 19;
Diamond, 19.
Door, 64.
Dorrance, 19.
Drew, 19.
Dring, 10 64.
Driscoll, 19 64.
Drowne, 10 64.
Dunbar, 10.

E

Easterbrooks, 19 64 98.
Eaton, 20.



11



VITAL EECORD OP RHODE ISLAND.



Eddy, 20 66 98.
Elbridge, 21.
Elliott, 21 67.
Emery, 67.
Estes, G7.



Fales, 21.
Fessenden, 21 67.
Fisher, 21.
Fisk, 21 67 98.
Follensbee, 21.
Foster, 21 67.
Fowler, 21 67.
Franklin, 21.
Fred well, 67.
French, 21 67.
Frieze, 21 67.
Frink, 21 67.
Fuller, 21 68.



G

Gardiner, 22 68.
Garzia, 22.
Gibson, 22 68.
Gladding, 22.
Glover, 22.
Goddard, 22.
Goff, 22 68.
Goodwin. '22.
Gorham, 22.
Gould, 22.
Grant, 22 68.
Greatreaks, 68 98.
Grene, 22 69.
Greenmore. 69.
Gregory, 69.
Griffith, 23.
Gushee, 69.



H

Haile, 23 69.
Hallett, 23.
Hall, 23.
Hiiinmond, 23.
Handy, 23.
Harding, 23 70.
Har - , >'^ 70.
Hathaway, 24.
Hayes. 24 71.
Hazard, 24 71,
Healey, 71.
Heatli, 24 71.
Hendricks, 71.
Hicks, 24 71 99.
Hilling, 24.
Hill, 24 71.
Hiscox, 24.
Hoard, 71.
Hoar, 24 71.
Holden, 24.
Hood, 24 72.
Hooker, 25.
Hopkins, 25.
Horton. 25 72.
How, 25.
Hubbard, 25 72.



Hudson, 25 72.
Humphrey, 25 72.
Hunter, 25 72.
Huse, 25.
Hystops, 25.



Ide, 25,
Ingle, 25.
Ingraham, 25 72.



J

Joyne, 25 72.
Jenckes, 25 72.
Jenkins, 25 99.
Johnson, 25 73.
Johannot, 25 73.
Jolls, 25 72.
Jones, 73.
Josliu, 26.
Joy, 26.
Justin, 26.



K

Kelley, 26 73.
Kennicutt. 27 74 99.
Kent, 27 75 99.
Kingman, 27.
Kingsley. 27 74.
King, 74.
Knight, 75.
Knowles, 99.



Ladiew, 27 75.
Lake, 27.
Lawrence, 27 75.
Lawton, 27 76 99.
Leering, 27,
Lee, 27.
Leonard, 27.
Lewin, 27 76 99.
Lewis, 27 76.
Lincoln, 28 76.
Longhead, 28 76.
Lorain, 28.
Low, 28 76.
Luther, 28 76 99,
Lyon, 78.

M

Macomber, 29.
Maloy, 29.
Manchester, 29.
Manlcy, 29.
Marble, 29.
Martin. 29 78 99.
Marvel, 30.
Mason, .30 79 99.
Mathewson. 30 80.
Manran, 30.
Maxwell, 30 80.
McElroy, 81.
McMillian, 31 81.



Medbury, 31 81.
Millard, 81.
Miller, 31 81 99.
Morey, 31.
Moore, 31 82.
Morse, 31.
Mulcahey, 31 82.
Munroe, 31 82.
Myers, 82.



N

Nash, 32.
Nemo, 32.
Newhall, 32.
Newman, 32 83.
Newton, 83.
Nooning, 32.



o

O'Brien. S3.
O'Kelley, 32 83.
Ormsbee, 32 83.
Owen. 32.



I'ackard. 32.
Paine. 32.
Parker, 32 S3.
Parringtou, 33.
Parsons, 33.
Pearee. 33 83 99.
Pears. 33 8,3.
Peckham, 33.
Peck, 33 84.
Peirce, 33.
Perce, 33 84.
Perkins. 33.
Petterson, 33.
Petty, 33.
Pettis, 33 84 100.
Phillips, 33 84.
Phinney, 33 84 100.
Pitcher, 85.
Pitman, 85.
Place, 34 85.
Pollard, 34 100.
Pone, 85.
Price, 34 85.
Prior, 85.



Q R

Randall, 34 85 100.
Rawson, 34 85 100.
Reed, 34 85.
Remington, 34 85 100.
Reynolds, 34 86.
Rex, 34 86.
Richards, 34 86.
Richmond, 35.
Kidgeway, 35.
Riley, 86.
Rogers, 35 86.
Ross, 86 100.
Rounds, 35 86.
Rowell, 35.



INDEX BARRINGTON.



Ul



Chaney, 12.
Chipinan, 5.
Cranston, 36.

D E

Ellis, 15.

F G

Grafton, 15.

H

Hathaway, 11 17.
Howe, 9.

Ilowlaud, 9 10 11 16 18.
Humphrey, 8 9 11 12
10.

I J K

Jcfferds, 9 10 11 12 14
k; 17.

L

Ijeonard, 11.



M

Manchester, 20.
Maun, 14.
Martin, 15.



NOP

Paddock, S.

Patrick, 6.

Peabody, 7 10 14 10 17

18 19.
Pearce, 12.
Pitman, 15 16.



Q K

Ilex ford, 8 9 12 14.
Kichmond, 11.
Rich, 18.



Salisbury, 26.
Shurtleff, 12 17.
Smith, 10.
Shepard, 18.



Stoddard, 10.
Stone, 15.



Tibbetts, 7.

Townsend, 5 7 8 9 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19.
'Austin, 6 11 13.



U V w

Warren, 8.

Watson, 6 8 9 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19.
Welsh, 18.

White, 16.

Wight. 9 19.

Wilder. 19.

Williams. 14.

Wood. 6.

Wright. 7 8 9 11 12 13

14 1.5.



X Y



III.



Names of Places.



Andover, Mass., 5.

B

Boston. Mass., 8.
tiristol. K 1 , 7 9 12 13
14 10 18.



(.Cumberland, II. I.. 17.

D
Dightou. Mass., 34.

E

East Killingly. Cl.. 12.
lOdeutou, N. C, 16.

F

Fall River, Mass., 10 11.

G

(Jlocester, R. I., 0.



H

Hamilton Co., O., 17.

I J K L M

Mendon, Mass., 15 10.
Meriden, N. H.. 11.



N

Natick, R. I., 7.
Newport, R. I., 10 20.
Norton, Mass., 11.



O P

Pawtucket, Mass.. 19.
Pawtucket. R. I., 18.
Pleasant Ridge, O., 17.
Pom fret, Ct., 15.
Portsmouth, R. I.. 9.
Providence, R. I., 10 14
15 10 17 19.



Q R

RehoI»oth, Mass., 5 7
8 10 14 15 16 19.



Rome, N. Y., 10 17.



Salem, Mass., 9.
Seekonk, Mass., 6 15 16

18.
South Kingstown, R. I.,

19.
Swansey, Mass., 6 11 13

15 17 19.



Taunton, Mass., 5 15.
Thompson, Ct., 1.5.
Troy, N. H., 18.

U V w

Warren, R. I., 5 7 8 9
10 l.-} 15 17 19 21 27.

Warwick, R. I., 9 11 13.

West Greenwich, R. I.,
12.

Woodstock, Ct., 8 9 10
17 24.

Worthington, Mass., 12.

X Y Z



Vital Record of Rhode Island.

1636=1850.

KiRSX SERIES.

BIKTHS, MAEEIAGES AND DEATHS.



A Family Register for the People,



By James N. Arnold,

Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register.



" Is Nly Name Written in. the Bootc of Life?*



Vol, 6. BRISTOL. Parti.



Published under the Auspices of the General Assembly.



PROVIDENCE, R. I:

Narragansett Historical Publishing Company.
1894.



AN ACT INCORPORATING THE FIVE TOWNS SECURED FROM MAS-
SACHUSETTS.

In General Assembly at Providence, January 27, 1746-7.

AN ACT for incorporating the Inhabitants of the Lands lately Taken Into
This Colony by the Settlement of the Eastern Boundary Into Five Town-
ships.

Whereas, His Majesty has been graciously pleased by his royal determi-
nation to settle the eastern boundaries of this Colony, whereby several large
tracts of land and a great number of inhabitants are taken under Jurisdiction
of this Government, and it being absolutely necessary for the well governing
of the said people that the said tracts of land, with the inhabitants thereon,
be set off aud incorporated into Townships, and the same being conveniently
situated for the making of five Townships;

Be it, therefore, enacted by the General Assembly, and by the authority
of the same it is enacted, that the aforesaid tracts of land, with the inliabit-
ants thereon, be set off and incorporated into five Towns in the following
<manner, viz.:

All that part which heretofore has been called Bristol, with the inhabit-
ants thereon, be set off and incorporated into a Township by the name of
Bristol; and that part which was heretofore (known) as part of Tiverton,
with a part of Dartmouth and Freetown, adjoining thereto, be incorporated
into a Township by the name of Tiverton; and that part which has hereto-
fore been a part of Little Compton and a part of Dartmouth thereto adjoin-
ing be incorporated into a Township by the name of Little Compton; and
that the line which formerly divided Tiverton from Little Compton be extend-
ed eastly to the Colony line, and the whole to be the dividing lines between
said Towns; and that part which has hitherto been a part of Swansey and
Barrington, with a small part of Rehoboth thereto adjoining, viith the in-
haltitants thereon, be incorporated into a Township by the name of Warren;
and tliat part which has been commonly called and known by the name of
the Gore of Land, with the inhabitants thereon, be incorporated into a
Township by the name of Cumberland: and that the inhabitants of eacn
respective Towti, for the time being, shall have and enjoy equal liberties and
privileges with the other Towns of this Colony, agreeably to our Charter.

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid that a special Jus-
tice of the Peace be chosen and appointed in each of the above-mentioned
Towns to keep His Majesty's peace and to call the inhabitants of the respec-
tive Towns together by a warrant, to meet on the second Tuesday in February
next, to choose such Town Officers as are directed by the laws of this Colony
and also deputies to represent said Towns at the adjournment of this Assem-
bly.

And that the said Justices be oommissionated by His Honor the Gov-
ernor, and to continue until the next session of this Assembly; and that the
■ General Treasurer furnish each of tne, above-mentioned Tot\tis with a Col-
ony law book; and. that the Secretary send to each of the said Towns a copy
of the late act of Assembly, directing the manner of making freemen ana
regulating the method of voting; and that said law books and copies of
said act be delivered to the above-mentioned Justices as soon as conveniently
may be.



IV VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND.



And be it further enacted by ttie authority aforesaid that every man-
inhabiting within the above-meutioned Towns of Bristol, Tiverton, Little
Compton, Warren and Cumberland, who is possessed of land or real estate suf-
ficient by the laws of this Colony to qualify him for a freeman, and the
eldest sons of all such freeholders, be and they are hereby declared freemen
of the respective Towns, and also of this Colony; and to govern themselves
in voting agreeably to the laws of this Colony.

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid that the following
persons be and they are hereby chosen and appointed special Justices of the
Peace for the above-mentioned Towns, viz.:

Jonathan Peck, Esq., for the Town of Bristol; John Manchester, Esq.,
for the Town of Tiverton; William Richmond, Esq., for the Town of Little
Oompton; Matthew Allen, Esq., for the Town of Warren; and John Baxtlett,..
Esq., for the Town of Cumberland.

God Save the King.



R. I. Colonial Records, Vol. V., pages 204-6.



BRISTOL.



i3srTE3srTio:isrs A.]srx> i^-A.itPii.A.a-£3S.



4-4 ABEL Lucy, and Bennett Munro, (also 4-12), Jiily 6, 1818.

1-87 ABIGAIL , ajid Osque , (Int.) Nov. 12, 17—.

1-1 ADA:mS Elislui, mid :\Ieliiit;iblc Carey, Dec. 18, 1689,

1-1 " James, and Mary , Jan. 3, 1689.

1-1 " Edward, amd EUzabeth WaJley, May 19, 1692.

1-62, 63 " Elizabeth, and George Kezzer, (Int.), Dec. 23, 1718.

1-2 " William, of Samuel and Rebecca, and Hnnnali Swan, dau. of Capti.

Jolm Wardwell and Hannah, his wile ; m. by Rev. Henry
Wight, Oct. 23, 1791.
1-2 ADY William, and Hannah Smith, July 19, 1G97.
1-105 " Mrs. Abigail, and Heziekiah Salisibury, May 17, 1753.

1-2 " John, of Providence, and Mrs. Dorothy West, of Bristol ; m. by

Rev. John Buo^, May 25, 1755.
1-106 « Rutli, and Barnard Salisbury, Feb. 22, 1770.

4-52 ALDRIDGE Alvin C, and Nancy T. Sweet ; m. by Rev. V. R. Osborn, Sept.

5, 1842.
4-50 ALGER Martha, and Henry Santford, April 27, 1842.
4-53 " Joseph, and Mary C. Penno ; m. by Rev. Edward Freeman, May

14, 1842.
4-54 " Almerta, and Albert Lake, Oct. 5, 1843.

1-15 ALLEN Mary (widow), and Wiiliam Corbett, July 10, 1710.

1-5 " Jemima, and B(>njaniln liosworth, (Int.), April 15, 1727.

1-41 " Rebecca, and John Gladding, (Int.), (also 1-42), June 19, 1730; m.

July 6, 1730.
1-1 " WUlhim, of Cristol, and Patience Luther, of Swansey, (Int.), March

22, 1735.
1-52 " Madame Rachel, and Samuel Howland, (Int.), Feb. IS, 1741-2.

1-28 " Mrs. Louis, and William Durs, (Int.), AprU 23, 1746.

1-1 •' James, and Mrs. Sarah Smith ; m. by Rev. John Burt, Juno 9,

1751.
1-2 •• Mis. Hannah, and Nathan Munro, Nov. 21, 1751.

1-2 " Ebonezer, of Rchoboth, JIass., son of Ebenezer, deceased, of Bar-

rington, R. I., and Mrs. Mary Paine, of Bristol, daughter ol
Thomas Bailey, of Little Comptori, deceased; m. by Rev.
Charles Thompson, Dec. 7, 1775.
1-2 " Williani, grandson of Joseph and Joanna, and Eleanor Bailey, of

Archibald and Sarah; m. by Rev. Heni-y Wight, March 31,
1801.
1-128 •' M,ary, and Selh Wliitemarsh, Nov. 7, ISll.

4-10 " (Jeorge W., of Barrington, and Harriet Jones, of Bristol; m. by

Rev. John Bristed, Dec. 8, 1830.
4-10 " Mercy Ann, and Thomas J^ennis, Jan. 3, 1836.

4-83 « Nancy A., and lames G. Ma.son, Sept. 16, 1838.

4-48 " John H., of Bristol, and Sarah D. Havens, of North Kingstown;

m. by Rev. WUlinm L. Brower, Sept. 14, 1841.
4-53 " Thomas N., and Hannah M. Manchester; m. by Rev. Edward

Freeman, March 20, 1843.
4-59 " Jabez L., and Aliby P. Welcli; m. by Rev. Hezekiah Burnham,

Aug. 12, 1845.



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND.



1-2 ANDERSON James, and Pliilo Munro, (coL) ; m. by Rev. Hciixy Wight,

March 18, 1806.
1-1 ANDROS Ephnum, and Sarah Uovny, Sept. 24, 1713.
1-18 ANTHONY Alice, and Jeremiah Church, (Indian.?), (Int.) Jiuie 9, 1722.

1-1 " , (coL), and Sarah Howard, (col.) (Int.) Nov. 13, 1749.

1-1 •' Jolm, and Mrs. Sarah Church ; m. by Rev. John Burt, Aug.

21, 1754.
1-40 ANTILL Mary, and Williiam Gallup, (also 1-41), (Int.) Nov. 25, 1721; m.
Dec. 19, 1721.
1-1 ARCHER John, and Mehitable Shears, Jan. 5, 1692.
1-15 ARNOLD Damarlus, and John Carey, March 13, 1700.
1-2 " William, of Caleb and Leria, and Elizabeth Bosworth, of William

and Elizabeth ; m. by Rev. Henry Wight, March 25, 1802.
4-48 " Rufus, and Sarah Lincoln; m. by Rev. William L." Brower, May

16, 1842.
4-69 ASHWORTH George C, and Fanny Moore, both of Warren ; m. by Rev.

Richard Livesey, Oct. 26, 1848.
1-74 AXJDINITH Keneth,, and Peter Marshall, June 2, 1S08.
1-94 AUDINET Maria, and William Paul, (col.), Dec. 11, 1811.
4-34 AUSTIN Harriet N.„ and George T. B. Chaffee, March 18, 1839.
4-44 " Margaret A., and George H. Munro, (also 4-43), Feb. 17, 1841.



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4-55 BAARS J. Frederick, and Lucretia N. Luce ; m. by Rev. Thomas Sbep-
ard, Aug. 22, 1842.
1-5 BAKER Amos, and Elizabetli Munro, (Int.) Jan. 1, 1724.
4-13 " John,, of Hamburg, Europe, and Ann Bainbridge, of Virginia;

m. by Rev. Henry Wight, Nov, 13, 1833.
4-50 " Martin N., and Betsey S. Brown ; m. by Rev. G. F. Saabom,

June 19, 1842.
1-92 BAILEY Mrs.. Mary, and Stephen Paine, Aug. 18, 1751.
1-13 " David, of DaAad and Elizabeth, and Rebecca Waldron of Nath-

aniel and Hannah; m. by Rev. Henry Wight, Jan. 18, 1801.
1-2 " Eleanur, and William Allen, March 31, ISOl.

4-7 >' Betsey,, and Job Briggs, Jr., Nov. 24, 1826.

4-13 BAINBRIDGE Ann, and John Baker, Nov. 13, 1833.

4-61 BALLOU Henry G.„ of Cumberland, and Sarah L. Tales, of Bristol; m.
by Kev. Thomas Shepard, June 8, 1840.
1-6 BALL Benjamin, and Hannah Simmonte, of Swansey, (also 1-7), (Int.) Oct
25, 1734 ; m. by Rev. John Usher, — gber 14, 1734.
1-44 " Elizabeth, and John Glover, March 17, 1751.

4-50 " Phebe R., and Samuel Mott, April 3 7, 1842.

4-81 BARCLAY Walter, widower, aged 40 ytears, born New Yorlc city, resident
Newport, R. I., and Sarali B. Smith, widow, aged 29 years,
born and resident of Cubaj, W. I. ; m. by Rev. U. T. Traoy^
Feb. 26, 1876.

1-7 BARKER Samuel, Jr., of Scituate, and , of Bristol, (Int.) Oct. 15,

1839.
1-7 " Ignatius, of Lebanon, Conn., and Jemima Gladding, of Bristol,

(Int.) Feb. 27, 1740.
4-38 " Walter C. P., and Abbie Lutlier ; m. by Rev.i Henry Sulllngs,

Nov. 10, 1839.
4-61 BARLOW Lt^wls,, A., and Abliie 11, Dennis, both of Newport ; ni. by Rev.

Tliomiis Shepard, Sept. 30, 1845.
4-65 BARNARD Albert W., of Nantucket, Mass., and Mary A. Meigs, of James,

of Bristol; m. by Rev. James N. Sykes, Dec. 5, 1847.
4-4tt BARNES Eliza F.. and Freeiboi-n CdggosbpU, Sept. 26, 1841.
1-4 BARNEY John,, and Mary Throop, Nov. 4, 1686.
1-111 " Dorcas, and Daniel Thi-oop, Aug. 23, 1680.,

1-119 " Sarah, and Anthony Van Santvoored,. Jr., — , 1814.

4-13 BARNS John, soli Of William and Lois, ot Bristol, Maine, and Nancy Wal-
di'on, of Thomas and Ruth ; m. by Rev. Henry Wighti, Jan. 17,
1832,



BRISTOL INTENTIONS AND MARRIAGES.



4-13 BARROWS Joseph, and Althea Clark; ni. by Rev. E. K. Avery, July 14,

1833.
4-50 " Rosabella, and Francis L. D. Diman,, May 16, 1842.

1-5 BARRUiS Stctphen, and Lydia Eddy, both, of Swansey ; m. by Simon Davis,
Justice of the Peace, Sept. 27„ 1725.
4-70 " Benjamin, and Zylphla Ann Field; m. by Rev. Ricliard Livesey,

.luiie 20, 1849.
1-20 BARTON Patience, and He'zekiah Child,, Jan., 13, 1757.
1-16 BATES Rachel, and David Carey, (Int.) Jan. 20, 1721-2.
1-15 BATRAF, Eleanor,, and William ( orbet, Sept. 19, 1683.
1-12 BATT James, son of James and MU'y, of Dorset '<hlre, England, and Hannah
Waldi-on, dau. '01 Thomas and Lncretla ; m. by Rev., Henry
Wight, Jan. 6, 1807.
4-73 " Abby Howland, and John Benne1;t iviunro, Dec. 25, 1846.

1-4 BAYLEY Joshua, and Mrs. Mary GaUup; m. by Col. Benjamin Church,
.Justice of the Peace, Jan. 9, or 10, 1711-12.
1-26 BEARCRAFT Sarah, and William Dadey. Jan. 28, 1694.
4-6 BEARS Enock, son of Timothy and Anne, and Charlotte Hathaway, ot
Lewis and Deborah; m. by Rev. Henry Wight, Oct. 27, 1825.
1-13 BEBEE Daniel, and Hannah Smith (Int.), July 11, 1739.
1-7 " Daniel, of Newport, and Hannah Smith, of Bristol ; m. by Rev.

Barnabus Taylor, Sept. 1, 1739.
1-4 BEDFORD Stephen, and Naomi Gage, Feb. 15, 1693'.
1-32 BELCHER Ruth, and .Joseph Eday, ant.) Sept. 7, 1723.
4-69 BENARD Senature, and Phebe A. WUliston ; m. by Rev. Richard Livese^t
June 12, 184S.
1-4 BENNETT James," and Ruth Rogers, July 12, 1(594.
4-28 " Mes^sadore T.,- of Dighton, Mass., and Martha P. Maxwell, of

Bristol ; m. by Rev. Otis Thompson, April 8, 1838.
4-77 " Adams J., and Martha Abby Spooner ; m. by Rev. Isaac Bonney,

Nov. 1, 1853.
1-9 BICKNELL Joshua, Esq., of Warren, and Mrs. Hannah Norton, of Bristol,
Sept. 10, 1763.
1-112 BILLINGS Mary, and Thomas Throop, Jr., (Int.) Feb. 17, 1732-3.
1-6.7 BIRGE Samuel, and Hannah Bragg, (Int.) Oct. 14, 1727 ; m. by Rev.

John Usher, — gber 9^ 1727.
1-71,73' BISHOP Rachel, and Charles McCartee. (Int.) May 4, 1732 ; m. May 18,
1732.
1-4 BLAGROVE Nathaniel, (Merchant,) and Mrs. Elizabeth Hayman, (widow.)

June IS, 1090.
1-11 BLAKE Ebenezer, of MiddJetown, Conn., son of Jonathan, and Elizabeth
Norris, of Bristol, dau. of John ; m. by Daniel Bradford, Jus-
tice of the Pence, May 13. 1779.
1-57 " Elizabeth, and Pliilip Wheeler Ingails, Jan. 4, 1801.

1-11 " Elizabeth, and Nathaniel Bliss. . 5, 1809.

4-12 " Samuel, of Ebenezer and Keziah, and Martha Van Doom, of Mark

Anthony and Phebe ; m. by Rev. Henry Wight, Sept. 3, 1833.
4-4 " Riohajd G., and Mrs. Sarah Everett; m. by Rev. Ephraim Scott,

Aug. 2, 1840.
4-57 " Abby, and John Rawson, April 14, 1845.

1-42 BLANDING Mehitable, and William Gladding, (Int.) May 25, 1739 (also
1-43); m. June 30, 1739.
1-103 BLEWAT Sarah, and William Steadman, (Int.) April 20, 1720.
1-11 BLISS Nathaniel, of Oliver and Keziah, and Elizabeth Blake, of Ebenezer

and Abigail; m. by Rev. Henry Wight, 5, 1809.

4-69 " Peddy, and William Franlvlln, Sept. 12, 1848.

4-73 BLOSSOM Barney, and Nancy M. DaAds, of Somerset; m. by Rev. Richard

Livesey, Dec. 25, 1849.
4-26 BLYE WUliani M., of AViliiam, and Emeline Hadley, of Andrew: m. by Rev.

Isaac lionney, Oct. 27, 1829.
4-50 BLY William, of New Bwlford, Mass., and Martha O. Townsend, of Bristol ;



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