Marriage Records with Troy, NY area connections. Extracted from records compiled by
the Burden Iron Company
The information in this database was extracted from a file of Troy, NY newspaper clippings maintained by employees of the Burden Iron Company in Troy NY. The records are part of the Burden Papers Collection presently housed at the Rensselaer County Historical Society located at 57 Second Street, Troy NY 12180.
It will be noted that the names of certain individuals appear multiple times depending on the number of Marriage Announcements that appeared in the local newspapers. While every effort was made to transcribe the data accurately and true to its original spelling, some errors may appear. When in doubt or for further information, the researcher is advised to refer to the original source at the Rensselaer County Historical Society.
Special thanks go to the staff at Rensselaer County Historical Society for their courtesy and cooperation and also to Tom Carroll, Executive Director of the Hudson-Mohawk Industrial Gateway, who brought these records to our attention.
|wdt_ID||LAST NAME||FIRST NAME||LAST NAME||FIRST NAME||NEWSPAPER NOTICE||DATE||PAGE|
|1||Abbott||Bertha||Palmer||William G.||PALMER-ABBOTT-Sept. 27, 1893, at the residence of Mr. J. J. Abbott, No. 841 Fourth avenue, Lansingburgh, by Rev. B. B. Loomis, D. D., Mr. William G. Palmer and Miss Bertha Abbott, both of Lansingburgh.||27 Sep 1893||49-2|
|2||Abbott||Bertha||Palmer||William G.||PALMER-ABBOTT-Lansingburgh, Sept. 27, William G. to Miss Bertha.||27 Sep 1893||49-2|
|3||Abbott||Elisha J.||Dusenbury||Emma F.||ABBOTT-DUSENBURY-At the home of the bride's mother, Sept. 16, 1891, by Rev. P. F. Youlen, Miss EMMA F. DUSENBURY of Troy and ELISHA J. ABBOTT of Brunswick, N. Y.||16 Sep 1891||15-1|
|4||Abrams||Hattie E.||Witman||Edward O.||WITMAN-ABRAMS-on the 1st inst., by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, at the residence of the bride's parents, in this city, EDWARD O. WITMAN and HATTIE E. ABRAMS.||01 Jan 1892||18-1|
|5||Abrams||Lillie||Hayes||James||HAYES-ABRAMS-In this city, on Sept. 1, 1894, by Rev. George C. Baldwin, D. D., Mr. James Hayes and Mrs. Lillie Abrams, both of Troy, N. Y.||01 Sep 1894||63-2|
|6||Adams||Elbridge Lapham||Hubbell||Julia Louise||ADAMS-HUBBELL-At Williamstown, Mass., Oct. 8, 1890, JULIA LOUISE HUBBELL, daughter of the late Charles L. Hubbell, M. D., to ELBRIDGE LAPHAM ADAMS of Rochester, N. Y., by the Rev. Edward D. Tibbitts of Hoosac, N. Y.||08 Oct 1890||4-3|
|7||Alexander||J. A.||Douglass||Maggie||ALEXANDER-DOUGLASS-At the Lansingburgh M.E. parsonage, Friday evening, April 21, 1893, by the Rev. B. B. Loomis, J. A. ALEXANDER and Miss MAGGIE DOUGLASS. No cards.||21 Apr 1893||43-2|
|8||Allen||Bertha||Robbins||Edgar H.||ROBBINS-ALLEN-EDGAR H. ROBBINS and Miss BERTHA ALLEN both of this city, by Rev. W. H. Main of Buffalo, Aug. 17, 1891.||17 Aug 1891||14-1|
|9||Allen||Frederick William||Bell||Margaret Louise||ALLEN-BELL-At the residence of the bride, Tuesday evening, March 5, by the Rev. Charles F. Stanley, Frederick William Allen and Margaret Louise Bell, all of Lansingburgh.||05 Mar 1895||70-3|
|10||Allen||Zippora||Baker||Benajah||BAKER-ALLEN-On the 6th, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. BENAJAH BAKER of Hoosick Falls and Miss ZIPPORA ALLEN of Pittstown.||06 Apr 1892||23-2|