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101 NY State Vital Records Index number 10120 F2812 Family: F2812
 
102 NY State Vital Records Index number 1064 F2877 Family: F2877
 
103 NY State Vital Records Index number 57926 F4470 Family: F4470
 
104 Pansy and Harold were married three days after Pansy's sister, Blossom. Their marriage annoucments were published together in the Warrensburg News. F9383 Family: F9383
 
105 Phineas and Abigail had eleven children. F3483 Family: F3483
 
106 Rebecca's 2nd husband, Ebenezer, was 12 years younger than herself. F6126 Family: F6126
 
107 Richard and Sarah were step-siblings. Sarah's mother married Richard's father. F6582 Family: F6582
 
108 Richard Schermerhorn's genealogy is uncertain of the marriage of Cornelia and Peter Bork. F2285 Family: F2285
 
109 Richard Schermerhorn's genealogy lists the marriage between Jacobus and Catarina as being uncertain. F2297 Family: F2297
 
110 Richard's mother, Anne, was the 2nd wife of Anna's father, Rev. Timothy Harrington. This made Richard and his wife Anna step-brother and step-sister to each other. F11236 Family: F11236
 
111 Samuel and Mary had nine children, all born at Reading, MA. F3179 Family: F3179
 
112 Seth Alden, Jr. and at least three of his children died in August 1775. F8583 Family: F8583
 
113 Sheperd Eades gave consent for this marriage F997 Family: F997
 
114 Soloman and Hannah were 4th cousins. F1454 Family: F1454
 
115 Sophia is still living at home with her parents in the 1850
census. 
F360 Family: F360
 
116 Source #45 by Thomas Spooner, lists the marriage date as 2 Mar
1652 
F2869 Family: F2869
 
117 Stewart was single and living with his parents on the 1930 census, but is married by the time he enlisted for WW2. F2310 Family: F2310
 
118 The 1850 US Federal Census states that William and Catharine were married within the last year. F10319 Family: F10319
 
119 The couple had 13 children, only two of whom were boys. 10 of these children were married in Duxbury, MA. F4158 Family: F4158
 
120 The couple was married by H.B. French, a Justice of the Peace. F6666 Family: F6666
 
121 The Dutch record reads:

Franchoijs Couck wolcammer Jongman uijt Engelant vergeselschapt met Phillippe De Veau & Raphael Roelandt zyn bekenden met Hester Mahieu Jonge Dochter van Cantelberch In Engelant vergeselschapt met Jenne Mahieu haer moeder & Jenne Mahieu haer zuster.

The English translation:

Francis Cook, woolcomber, unmarried, from England, accompanied by Philip De Veau and Raphael Roelandt, his acquaintenances, with Hester Mahieu, unmarried, from Canterbury in England, accompanied by Jennie Mahieu, her mother, and Jennie Mahieu, her sister. 
F3988 Family: F3988
 
122 The groom's name is given as Joseph Rice in the Woburn Records of Births, Deaths, and Marriages from 1640 to 1900. F1613 Family: F1613
 
123 The marriage announcment in the paper read:

Lewis King and Polly Combs were united in marriage last Sunday evening by Rev. W. B. Atwood, at the W. M. parsonage. 
F9426 Family: F9426
 
124 The marriage between Henry and Eleanor was "without the pomp or ceremony that befitted their rank", partly because Eleanor's prior marriage to Louis VII of France had been annulled only two months previously.

The relationship between Eleanor and Henry was always stormy, and eventually disintegrated. After Eleanor encouraged her children to rebel against their father in 1173, Henry had her placed under house arrest, where she remained for 15 years.

Eleanor bore Henry six daughters, only three of whom are accounted for.



From European History: 1088-1228 by Elizabeth M. Sewell, p. 4-5:

┘Ci┘DPrevious to her marriage with Henry II. of England, Eleanor of Aquitaine had been the wife of Louis VII. of France, a man greatly inferior to herself in intellect, taste, and force of character, but earnestly pious, and of grave and decorous manners. The young southern princess fretted and struggled against the change from the homage and flattery of the poetical knights of her native court to the severity of principle and action exhibited by Louis, the pupil of the great Abbot Suger, and the disciple of the rigid Cistercian, St. Bernard. Yet for a time she yielded to the superior influences which surrounded her. When Bernard preached at Vezelai, rousing the nations of Europe to undertake a new crusade, Eleanor heard and was excited by his eloquence. Louis VII. undertook to conduct the holy war, and Eleanor accompanied him; but in Palestine she showed such levity of conduct in her intercourse with a crusading noble - the graceful and accomplished Raymond of Poitou - that Louis on his return home determined to obtain a divorce. The Abbot Suger remonstrated, pointing out the peril and scandal of such a step; but Louis was firm. His plea was one common in those days. He had, so he stated, discovered that Eleanor was related to him too nearly. The excuse was recognized by the Council of Beaugenci, and the marriage was pronounced null and void. Louis had only two daughters by Eleanor. Immediately after the divorce he married Alix of Champagne. Henry of Anjou at the same time eagerly wedded the discarded queen. In his eyes her large possessions far outweighed not only the objections arising from the stain resting on her reputation, but also those which would naturally suggest themselves from his own early attachment to Rosamond Clifford, who was already the mother of his two sons, William Longsword and Geoffrey. 
F2923 Family: F2923
 
125 The marriage of Henry and Edith united the Saxon and Norman dynasties. Upon her marriage, Edith took the Norman name of Matilda, or Maud. F3109 Family: F3109
 
126 The marriage record reads:
"Rychard Counnett, the sonne of John Counnett of Easte Budleye, was wedded unto Agnes Clarke, the daughter of John Clarke, senior, of Collyton, the 11j daye of February, 1578." 
F2404 Family: F2404
 
127 The marriage was performed by Governor Endicott. F3557 Family: F3557
 
128 The nature of the marriage between William and Hattie is not fully documented. In the 1920 census, Hattie is living with the Dingman children in Cohoes, Albany, NY. Her last name is listed as Jallant and she is widowed. William is living with his mother, and is listed as being married. This indicates that either Hattie was using another name, or she has divorced William. However, the Warrensburg funeral records state that William's wife is Hattie Allen. F1953 Family: F1953
 
129 The three Alden sisters married on the same day:

Anna Alden married Eleazar Washburn
Susanna Alden married Ephraim Cary
Abigail Alden married Ebenezer Byram, Jr. 
F4108 Family: F4108
 
130 The three Alden sisters married on the same day:

Anna Alden married Eleazar Washburn
Susanna Alden married Ephraim Cary
Abigail Alden married Ebenezer Byram, Jr. 
F4109 Family: F4109
 
131 The three Alden sisters married on the same day:

Anna Alden married Eleazar Washburn
Susanna Alden married Ephraim Cary
Abigail Alden married Ebenezer Byram, Jr. 
F4110 Family: F4110
 
132 The three brothers, Ezekiel, Samuel, and Thomas were all young. They probably did not marry until on the eve of embarking for America; Ezekiel in 1630; Samuel and Thomas in 1635. This is inferred from the dates of the births of their children. F3428 Family: F3428
 
133 The three brothers, Ezekiel, Samuel, and Thomas were all young. They probably did not marry until on the eve of embarking for America; Ezekiel in 1630; Samuel and Thomas in 1635. This is inferred from the dates of the births of their children. F3440 Family: F3440
 
134 The three brothers, Ezekiel, Samuel, and Thomas were all young. They probably did not marry until on the eve of embarking for America; Ezekiel in 1630; Samuel and Thomas in 1635. This is inferred from the dates of the births of their children. F3441 Family: F3441
 
135 Theirs was the first marriage to take place in Plymouth, Massachusetts. They had eleven children born to them, but the names of only eight were recorded. The other three probably died very young. F2211 Family: F2211
 
136 There are multiple dates given for the marriage of Joseph Adams and Abigail Baxter, but all fall within November 1650. The dates found are Nov 2, Nov 20, and Nov 26. F3067 Family: F3067
 
137 They were married at Mt. Zion in a quiet evening ceremony. F6979 Family: F6979
 
138 They were married by Rev. Aaron Hall. F2262 Family: F2262
 
139 This was a polygamous marriage. F410 Family: F410
 
140 This was a polygamous marriage. F4451 Family: F4451
 
141 Thomas and his wife were probably married in Ireland. F3375 Family: F3375
 
142 Thomas and Lois were probably married in Connecticut. F1636 Family: F1636
 
143 Thomas and Mary were the parents of ten children. F4521 Family: F4521
 
144 Thomas and Susannah were probably married in Braintree, Massachusetts. F3318 Family: F3318
 
145 Thomas was married in either Medfield, Norfolk, Mass. Or Saffron Walden, Co. Essex, England. F3327 Family: F3327
 
146 Three children of Jacob Mitchell married three children of John Kingman, all on the same day in 1696:

Thomas Mitchell married Elizabeth Kingman
Jacob Mitchell married Deliverance Kingman
Samuel Kingman married Mary Mitchell 
F6603 Family: F6603
 
147 Three children of Jacob Mitchell married three children of John Kingman, all on the same day in 1696:

Thomas Mitchell married Elizabeth Kingman
Jacob Mitchell married Deliverance Kingman
Samuel Kingman married Mary Mitchell 
F6604 Family: F6604
 
148 Three children of Jacob Mitchell married three children of John Kingman, all on the same day in 1696:

Thomas Mitchell married Elizabeth Kingman
Jacob Mitchell married Deliverance Kingman
Samuel Kingman married Mary Mitchell 
F6606 Family: F6606
 
149 Timothy and Elizabeth had four children, all born in Reading, MA. F3177 Family: F3177
 
150 Timothy Harrington and Anna Harrington were cousins. F4541 Family: F4541
 

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