Burden Iron Works Marriage Records
Marriage Records with Troy, NY area connections.
Extracted from records compiled by
the Burden Iron Company

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LAST NAME FIRST NAME LAST NAME FIRST NAME DATE NEWSPAPER NOTICE PAGE
Iler Howard Ashby Danks Anna Bertha 15 Dec 1894 ILER-DANKS-Dec. 15, 1894, in Albany, by Rev. H. C. Farrar, D. D., Mr. Howard Ashby Iler and Miss Anna Bertha Danks, both of Troy. 69-1
Ingalls Frederick T. Booth Eleanor W. 03 Feb 1891 INGALLS-BOOTH-Feb 3d, at Bergen Point, N. J., FREDERICK T. INGALLS of this city, and Miss ELEANOR W. BOOTH of Bergen Point. 7-4
Inglis Robert C. Cary Johanna C. 16 Sep 1893 INGLIS-CARY-On the 16th inst., by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. Robert C. Inglis of Green Island and Johanna C. Cary of West Troy. 48-2
Ingraham Hattie Rosalie Cole Simeon D. 22 Feb 1892 COLE-INGRAHAM-On the 22d by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, SIMEON D. COLE and HATTIE ROSALIE INGRAHAM, both of Troy. 21-1
Ives Augustus Smith Harriet P. 20 Apr 1892 IVES-SMITH-At the residence of the bride's parents, April 20, 1892, byk the Rev. Dr. E. W. Maxey, Dr. AUGUSTUS IVES of Farm Ridge, Ill., to HARRIET P., daughter of Robt.G. Smith. 24-2
Ives Truman C. Ham Norma 09 Aug 1892 IVES-HAM-At the residence of Mrs. Euretha Ham, Lansingburgh, August 9, 1892, by Rev. B. B. Loomis, Ph. D., Mr. TRUMAN C. IVES and Miss NORMA HAM, both of Lansingburgh. 28-3
Jackson Frederick White Rachel 07 Nov 1894 JACKSON-WHITE-On the 7th inst., by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. Frederick Jackson and Miss Rachel White, both of Troy. 66-2
Jackson J. E. Malone Mary 3 Dec 1890 JACKSON-MALONE-At Boston, Dec. 3, 1890, Miss MARY MALONE, formerly of Troy, to J. E. JACKSON of Chicago. 5-4
Jackson James F. Farr Gertrude H. 18 Nov 1891 JACKSON-FARR-At the residence of Nelson Farr, esq., 469 Second avenue, Lansingburgh, Nov. 18, 1891, Mr. JAMES F. JACKSON and Miss GERTRUDE H. FARR, Rev. Dr. B. B. Loomis officiating. 16-3
Jackson Jessie Miller Charles Edward 08 Aug 1893 MILLER-JACKSON-By Rev. A. Sellers Mays, Troy, N. Y., August 8, 1893, Mr. Charles Edward Miller of Gloversville, N. Y., and Miss Jessie Jackson of Schenectady, N. Y. The party left for Canada the same day. 47-3
Jackson Richard Bloss Purcett Catherine 31 Dec 1891 JACKSON-PURCETT-CATHERINE PURCETT and RICHARD BLOSS JACKSON, at the Holy Cross church, Dec. 31, 1891, by Rev. Dr. Tucker. 18-1
Jameson William Collin Susan Elizabeth 19 Sep 1893 JAMESON-COLLIN-At Lansingburgh, Sept. 19, by the Rev. Charles H. Walker, William Jameson of Schenectady and Susan Elizabeth Collin of Cohoes. 49-1
Jaquay Homer Talman Caroline 13 Apr 1892 JAQUAY-TALMAN-At the residence of Mr. Philip Abrahams, 619 Third avenue, West Troy, April 13, 1892, by Rev. George E. Macardle, Mr. HOMER JAQUAY of Watervliet and Mrs. CAROLINE TALMAN of West Troy. 24-1
Jaquins Lottie Doring William 16 Apr 1891 DORING-JAQUINS-In the 16th inst., by Rev. E. Bayard Smith, at the residence of the groom's parents, 1,291 Third avenue, WILLIAM DORING, JR., and Miss LOTTIE JAQUINS, both of West Troy. 11-1
Jefferson Garrett Champlin Percilla 10 May 1894 JEFFERSON-CHAMPLIN-On May 10, 1894, at Troy, N. Y., by Rev. Albert S. Mays, Percilla Champlin and Garrett Jefferson, both of this city. 63-2
Jennyss Eva Theodora Lodor Halberstadt Barquer 28 Nov 1894 LODOR-JENNYSS-On Wednesday, Nov. 28, 1894, at the Second street Presbyterian church, by the Rev. George T. Berry, Miss Eva Theodora Jennyss, daughter of ex-judge R. C. Jennyss of this city, and Halberstadt Barquer Lodor of Trenton, N. J. 67-1
Jennyss Margaret Louise Quinby Edwin C. 26 Apr 1893 QUINBY-JENNYSS-In Troy, Wed., April 26, at the 2nd street Presbyterian church, by Rev. E. Halley. EDWIN C. QUINBY, son of the late Gen. Isaac F. Quinby of Roch., and MARGARET LOUISE Jennyss, dgtr. of ex-Judge R. C. Jennyss. Rochester papers, please copy. 43-1
Jessup Marion E. Skiff Alonzo M. 02 Jun 1890 SKIFF-JESSUP-At the home of the bride, Troy, N. Y., June 2, 1890, by Rev. William Reed, ALONZO M. SKIFF of Easton, N. Y., and MARION E., daughter of Samuel and Mary Jessup. 2-4
Jewell Emma Beicke Henry 06 Dec 1892 BEICKE-JEWELL-Dec. 6, Henry to Miss Emma. 34-1
Jewell Emma Beicke Henry 06 Dec 1892 BEICKE-JEWELL-Mr. Henry Beicke of New York and Miss Emma Jewell of this city were united in marriage at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. P W Jewell, 357 Fulton street, Tuesday afternoon Dec. 6 at 5 o'clock, the Rev. W W Witmer performing the ceremony. 33-2
Jewell Frances Bertha McGettrick Francis William 10 Nov 1891 McGETTRICK-JEWELL-On the 10th, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, FRANCIS WILLIAM McGETTRICK of Burlington and FRANCES BERTHA JEWELL of Red Hook. 16-2
Jillson Frederick Beckwith Bull Katherine Lillian 06 Feb 1894 JILLSON-BULL-At the home of Rice C. Bull, 2,508 Fifth avenue, city, Feb. 6, 1894, Mr. Frederick Beckwith Jillson of Whitehall, N. Y., and Miss Katherine Lillian Bull, by Rev. H. C. Hinds. 55-3
Johnson Carrie M. Hildreth Richard 27 Apr 1891 HILDRETH-JOHNSON-In this city, Monday evening, April 27, 1891, by Rev. Wm. H. Sybrandt, RICHARD HILDRETH and Miss CARRIE M. JOHNSON. 11-3
Johnson Dora Wilson Arthur 18 Oct 1892 WILSON-JOHNSON-At Centre Brunswick, Oct. 18, 1892, at M. E. parsonage by Rev. Arthur B. Potter, ARTHUR WILSON of Centre Brunswick to Miss DORA JOHNSON of West Troy. 32-1
Johnson Helen B. Powers J. Edmund 4 Apr 1893 POWERS-JOHNSON-At the residence of the bride's parents, Troy, N. Y., April 4, 1893, by the Rev. J. Ireland Tucker, D. D., J. Edmund Powers of Brooklyn and Helen B. Johnson. 41-2
Johnson Henry S. La Tuer Mary A. 13 Oct 1892 JOHNSON LA TUER-At the Liberty street Presbyterian church, Troy, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1892, by the Rev. A. S. Mays, HENRY S. JOHNSON and Miss MARY A. LA TUER. 31-3
Johnson Isabella E. McCullough Robert 08 Dec 1891 McCULLOUGH-JOHNSON-Green Island, Dec. 8, Robert to Isabella E. 17-2
Johnson Nellie G. Dedicoat Percy E. 09 Mar 1892 DEDICOAT-JOHNSON-At the residence of the bride's parents, 140 Sixth avenue, Lansingburgh, by Rev. A. J. Walrath, Wednesday evening, March 9, 1892, PERCY E. DEDICOAT and NELLIE G. JOHNSON. 22-1
Johnson Nelly Day Thomas O. 24 Oct 1892 DAY-JOHNSON-On the 24th, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. THOMAS O. DAY and Miss NELLY JOHNSON of Troy. 32-1
Johnston David Stuart Chapman Sophia Hamilton 27 May 1891 JOHNSTON-CHAPMAN-On Wednesday May 27 1891at St. Margaret's church Menand's by Rev. Edgar T. Chapman, asst. by Rev. Dr. Cady of New York city, DAVID STUART JOHNSTON of Menand's and SOPHIA HAMILTON CHAPMAN of Menand's daughter of the officiating clergyman. 12-2
Johnston John Bleau Genevieve M 26 Jan 1892 JOHNSTON-BLEAU-In this city, Jan. 26, 1892, by the Rev. John Walsh, JOHN JOHNSTON and GENEVIEVE M. BLEAU. 19-3
Johnston Lilias J. Owen William H. 27 Apr 1893 OWEN-JOHNSTON-At the residence of the bride's mother, 2,428 Fifth avenue, April 27, 1893, by the Rev. George L. Richardson of St. Paul's church, Albany, WILLIAM H. OWEN JR., and LILIAS J. JOHNSTON, both of Troy. 43-1
Johnston Lottie J. Soucy George J. 27 Oct 1894 SOUCY-JOHNSTON-In this city, Oct. 27, 1894, at the residence of the bride's parents, 21 Ferry street, George J. Soucy of Lansingburgh and Miss Lottie J. Johnston of Troy. 66-1
Johnston Sarah Alice Shields William H. 04 Oct 1893 SHIELDS-JOHNSTON-At Long View, Cohoes, N. Y., Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1893, by Rev. F. S. Sill, Sarah Alice, daughter of David J. Johnston and William H. Shields. 49-3
Jones Abbott E. Rogers Daisy K. 07 Jun 1893 JONES-ROGERS-In this city, June 7, 1893, by the Rev. D. W. Gates, Abbott E. Jones of Chicago and Daisy K. Rogers of Troy. 45-1
Jones Benjamin R. Roberts Mary E. 09 Oct 1894 JONES-ROBERTS-In this city, on the 9th inst., by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. Benjamin R. Jones of Poultney, Vt., and Miss Mary E. Roberts of Lansingburgh. 64-3
Jones Elizabeth H. Toles William F. 03 Sep 1890 TOLES-JONES-September 3, 1890, at the home of the bride's parents, 7 1/2 Jacob street, WILLIAM F. TOLES of Centralia, Wash., and ELIZABETH H. JONES of Troy, N. Y., Rev. J. H. Coleman officiating. 3-4
Jones J. Walter Clark L. Ione 1891 JONES-CLARK-The announcement is made of the marriage of J. WALTER JONES of Rochester, N. Y., and Miss L. IONE CLARK of Poultney, Vt. 13-1
Jones Morris A. Myers Carrie I. 24 Apr 1895 JONES-MYERS-In this city, April 24, 1895, by the Rev. D. W. Gates, Morris A. Jones and Carrie I. Myers, all of Troy. 73-3
Judge W. C. D. Wooster Carrie B. 11 Jun 1893 JUDGE-WOOSTER-In Albany, June 11, 1893, by Rev. De W. T. Van Doren, Miss Carrie B. Wooster of North Troy and W. C. D. Judge of West Troy. 46-1
Jump Eleanor J. E. Tousley Andrew J. 21 May 1890 TOUSLEY-JUMP-At Grace church, Jonesville, N. Y., on May 21, 1890, by Rev. William H. Cook, assisted by Rev. William M. Cook, Mr. ANDREW J. TOUSLEY of this city and Miss ELEANOR J. E. JUMP of Jonesville. No cards. 2-4
Kaadtmann Nancy Rehorn Fred. 19 Mar 1895 REHORN-KAADTMANN-In this city, at the Oakwood manse, Tuesday evening, March 19, 1895, by Rev. William H. Sybrandt, Mr. Fred. Rehorn and Miss Nancy Kaadtmann. 71-3
Kahn Louis Whitterick Josephine 05 Nov 1894 KAHN-WHITTERICK-On the 5th inst., by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. Louis Kahn and Miss Josephine Whitterick, both of Green Island. 66-1
Kail Thomas W. Clark Hattie M. 1890 KAIL-CLARK-At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Clark, by Rev. I. D. Van Valkenburgh, HATTIE M. CLARK and THOMAS W. KAIL, of Denver, Col. 2-4
Karnagban Matilda E. Dearborn George A. 08 Jun 1892 DEARBORN-KARNAGBAN-On Wednesday, June 8, at the residence of the bride's parents, Francis avenue, Brunswick, by Rev. A. W. Wishart, MATILDA E., daughter of Robert and Delia Karnagban, to GEORGE A. DEARBORN of Mount Lebanon, N. Y. 26-2
Kay Mary Elizabeth Bittner Joseph P. 28 Jun 1893 BITTNER-KAY-In St. Mark's, Green Island, N. Y., June 28, 1893, by the Rev. R. J. Adler, rector of St. Mark's, Joseph P. Bittner of Troy, N. Y., and Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of the late James Kay of Green Island, N. Y. 46-1
Kee John L. Monks Nellie A. 11 Oct 1892 KEE-MONKS-At 61 State street, in this city, Oct. 11, 1892, by Rev. H. C. Hinds, Mr. JOHN L. KEE and Miss NELLIE A. MONKS, both of this city. 31-2
Keefe Arthur Russell Campbell Charlotte Clarkson 21 Jun 1893 KEEFE-CAMPBELL-At Nestledown, by the Rev. E. Comstock, of Chatham Centre, Wednesday evening, June 21, 1893, Arthur Russell Keefe of Troy and Charlotte Clarkson Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. P. Campbell, Lansingburgh, N. Y. 45-3
Keegan Hugh H. Weldon Mary E. 02 Sep 1894 KEEGAN-WELDON-Sept. 2, 1894, Hugh H. to Mary E. 68-1
Keelan Kate Bakeman A. F. 17 May 1890 BAKEMAN-KEELAN-May 17, 1890, by Rev. Father Havermans, A. F. BAKEMAN and Miss KATE KEELAN. 1-4
Kehn Amelia Ruff Alban J. 21 Jun 1893 RUFF-KEHN-Troy, N. Y., June 21, 1893, at St. Lawrence's church, Alban J. Ruff and Amelia Kehn, by the Rev. A. Duplang. 45-3
Keller Hattie E. Cady Walter H. 28 Nov 1892 CADY-KELLER-On Mon. evening, Nov. 28, Walter H. Cady of Bennington and Miss Hattie E. Keller of this city were united in marriage at the home of Mrs. Mary Evans, 2303 Sixth ave. the Rev. Melancthon Moore of the Sixth Avenue Church of Christ officiating. 34-1
Kelley Jessie May Knowlson James Richmond 21 Dec 1892 KNOWLSON-KELLEY-At the residence of the bride's parents, 45 Paine street, Green Island, Dec. 21, James Richmond Knowlson of Troy and Jessie May Kelley, by Rev. A. H. Eaton. 34-2
Kelley Margaret Kelly John E. 14 Jan 1894 KELLY-KELLEY-At St. Mary's parsonage, Jan. 14, by Rev. Peter Havermans, John E. Kelly of this city and Margaret Kelley of New York. 54-2
Kellogg George F. Dodge Eva L. 2 Dec 1890 KELLOGG-DODGE-December 2d, at the residence of Hiram Cooke, Esq., Castleton, N. Y., by the Rev. Edwin Genge, Mr. GEORGE F. KELLOGG of Dorset, Vt., and Miss EVA L. DODGE of Lenox, Mass. 5-4
Kellogg Grace Eddy Pine Charles Leroy 22 Nov 1890 PINE-KELLOGG-On Saturday, Nov. 22, 1890, at the residence of the bride's parents' Lansingburgh, N. Y., by Rev. Charles Townsend, GRACE EDDY KELLOGG and CHARLES LEROY PINE, both of Lansingburgh. 5-3
Kellogg William A. Richardson Harriette E. 10 Jun 1891 KELLOGG-RICHARDSON-June 10, 1891, WILLIAM A. KELLOGG and HARRIETTE E. RICHARDSON. 12-4
Kellogg William M. McMurray Ella 14 Jul 1893 KELLOGG-McMURRAY-At Troy, N. Y., July 14, 1893, by the Rev. Dr. Baldwin, William M. Kellogg and Miss Ella McMurray, both of Lansingburgh, N.Y. 52-1
Kelly John E. Kelley Margaret 14 Jan 1894 KELLY-KELLEY-At St. Mary's parsonage, Jan. 14, by Rev. Peter Havermans, John E. Kelly of this city and Margaret Kelley of New York. 54-2
Kelsey Edward B. Smyth Jennie Magill 15 Mar 1894 KELSEY-SMYTH-At the residence of the bride's parents, Troy, N. Y., March 15, 1894, by the Rev. George Fairlee, assisted by the Rev. Donald MacGregor, Mr. Edward B. Kelsey of Lansingburgh, N. Y., and Miss Jennie Magill Smyth of Troy, N. Y. 57-2
Kenecher William Gilman Elizabeth 05 Jan 1895 KENECHER-GILMAN-In this city, on the 5th inst., by Rev. G. C. Baldwin, D. D., Mr. William Kenecher of Pittsfield, Mass., and Miss Elizabeth Gilman of Albany, N. Y. 68-1
Kennedy John L. Leonard Katie 15 Jan 1894 KENNEDY-LEONARD-On Jan. 15, 1894, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. John L. Kennedy and Miss Katie Leonard, both of this city. 54-2
Kennedy Willaim McCauley Margaret 23 Jun 1891 KENNEDY-McCAULEY-At the home of the bride, on Tuesday, June 23, by Rev. Wm. Reed, WILLIAM KENNEDY of New York city and Miss MARGARET McCAULEY of Troy, N. Y. 12-4
Kenyon Horace W. Cornell Helen E. 08 Oct 1890 KENYON-CORNELL-At South Cambridge, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1890, by Rev. A. M. Woodruff, HORACE W. KENYON of West Cambridge to HELEN E. CORNELL of South Cambridge, N. Y. 4-4
Keogh Mary Louisa Atkins Frank H. 31 Aug 1892 ATKINS-KEOGH-August 31, 1892, at St. Peter's parsonage, by the Rev. Father O'Connor, FRANK H. ATKINS to MARY LOUISA KEOGH, both of Troy. 29-3
Kershaw Elmer E. Chard Wilmot 07 Dec 1890 KERSHAW-CHARD-At the First avenue Methodist Episcopal parsonage, West Troy, Dec. 7, 1890, by the Rev. B. B. Loomis, Ph. D., Mr. ELMER E. KERSHAW and Miss WILMOT CHARD, both of West Troy, N. Y. 6-2
Ketterer Lydia C. Maden Arthur B. 08 Sep 1891 MADEN-KETTERER-At St. Paul's Episcopal church, on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 8, 1891, by the Rev. T. Boone, ARTHUR B. MADEN and LYDIA C. KETTERER. 14-3
Ketterer Lydia C. Maden Arthur B. 08 Sep 1891 MADEN-KETTERER-At St. Paul's Episcopal church, on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 8, 1891, by the Rev. T. Boone, ARTHUR B. MADEN and LYDIA C. KETTERER. 14-4
Keyes Annie Clackner George E. 10 May 1893 CLACKNER-KEYES-May 10, by Dr. W. Griffin, George E. Clackner and Annie Keyes, both of West Troy. 44-2
Keyes John Wilson Ellen 31 Mar 1892 KEYES-WILSON-March 31,1892, at the residence, by Rev. Dr. Griffin, ELLEN WILSON of West Troy and JOHN KEYES of Brunswick. 23-2
Kidd Elizabeth M. Reid Robert 31 Dec 1890 REID-KIDD-On December 31, 1890, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Arthur H. Allen, ROBERT REID, JR., and ELIZABETH M. KIDD, all of this city. 6-4
Kiernan Peter Burrows Mary 30 Jul 1890 KIERNAN-BURROWS-In West Troy, July 30, 1890, by the Rev. James Curtin, Mr. PETER KIERNAN of Jersey City, N. J., and Miss MARY BURROWS of West Troy. 3-1
Kiersted Mabel E. Snyder Walter 14 May 1890 SNYDER-KIERSTED-At the residence of the bride's parents, Wednesday evening, May 14, 1890 by Rev. W. Warden, Mr. WALTER SNYDER and Miss MABEL E. KIERSTED, all of Lansingburgh. 2-4
Kiley Catherine Elisabeth Coon Harry 25 May 1892 COON-KILEY-On the 25th, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. HARRY COON and Miss CATHERINE ELISABETH KILEY, both of Troy. 25-3
Kilmel Gotfric D. Borzel Maggie 29 Jan 1891 KILMEL-BORZEL-On the 29th, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. GOTFRIC D. KILMEL and Miss MAGGIE BORZEL, both of Troy. 7-3
Kilmer Ruth A. Wetherwax Olin M. 24 Dec 1891 WETHERWAX-KILMER-Dec. 24, 1891, at East Norwalk, by Rev. E. M. Peg, OLIN M. WETHERWAX and RUTH A KILMER, all of Poestenkill. 17-3
Kilmer Sarah E. Ellis David J. 28 Jun 1892 ELLIS-KILMER-At Troy, N. Y., June 28, 1892, by the Rev. J. W. Bennett, DAVID J. ELLIS of Troy to Miss SARAH E. KILMER of Guilderland. 27-1
King Libbie A. See Humphrey A. 29 Dec 1892 SEE-KING-On the 29th of Dec. 1892, at the residence of the venerable Joseph King, by Alexander Dickson, D.D., LIBBIE A. KING and HUMPHREY A. SEE, all of Lansingburgh. 35-1
King Libbie A. See Humphrey A. 29 Dec 1892 SEE-KING-On the 29th of Dec. 1892, at the residence of the venerable Joseph King, by Alexander Dickson, D.D., LIBBIE A. KING and HUMPHREY A. SEE, all of Lansingburgh. Mr. King who is more than a 100 yrs. old embraced and kissed and blessed his children. 35-1
Kinloch C. Forrest Langford Clara J. 26 Oct 1892 KINLOCH-LANGFORD-In this city, Wednesday evening, Oct. 26, 1892, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Wm. H. Sybrandt, Mr. C. FORREST KINLOCH and Miss CLARA J. LANGFORD. 32-1
Kinney Edith A. Walker Lewis A. 27 Aug 1893 WALKER-KINNEY-At 2,530 Fifth avenue, Troy, Sunday, August 27, by Rev. W. W. Witmer, Lewis A. Walker of Lockport, N. Y., and Edith A. Kinney of Saratoga, N. Y. 48-2
Kirchner Fred. J. Bloom Elizabeth 4 Sep 1892 KIRCHNER-BLOOM-At New York, N.Y., on Sunday, Sept. 4, 1892, by the Rev. A. H. McKinney, FRED. J. KIRCHNER and ELIZABETH BLOOM, both formerly of Alps, N.Y. 30-1
Kirkpatrick Nellie J. Lee Oliver T. 04 Sep 1894 LEE-KIRKPATRICK-At the residence of the bride's parents, Lansingburgh, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1894, by the Rev. George Fairlee, Mr. Oliver T. Lee of New York and Miss Nellie J. Kirkpatrick of Lansingburgh, N. Y. 64-1
Kiser George Ehlich Annie 01 Feb 1891 KISER-EHLICH-On the 1st inst., by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. GEORGE KISER and Miss ANNIE EHLICH, both of West Troy. 7-3
Kitchelt August Spencer Maggie 14 Oct 1891 KITCHELT-SPENCER-AUGUST KITCHELT of New York and MAGGIE SPENCER of this city, at the home on Fifth avenue of the bride's brother-in-law, Zeph Magill, on the 14th inst., by Rev. Hector Hall, assisted by Rev. Donald MacGregor. 15-5
Kittle Eveline Mitchell Benjamin 15 Sep 1892 TURNER-ILER-At the bride's home, Sheridan avenue, Sept. 15, 1892, by the Rev. J. W. Quinlan of Valatie, assisted by the Rev. Charles Edwards of Troy, BENJAMIN MITCHELL and EVELINE KITTLE, both of Troy. 30-1
Kline Charles L. Miller Florence M. 01 Aug 1892 KLINE-MILLER-At Green Island, N. Y., August 1, 1892, by Rev. Ruben Kline, CHARLES L. KLINE and FLORENCE M. MILLER. 28-3
Knauff Edith Cushing Snyder Herbert Walter 02 Oct 1893 SNYDER-KNAUFF-October 2, 1893, in St. Mark's, Green Island, N. Y., by the Rev. R. J. Adler, rector, Herbert Walter Snyder of Grafton, N. Y., and Mrs. Edith Cushing Knauff of Green Island, NY. No cards. 49-3
Knaupp John F. Salisbury Henrietta L. 09 Sep 1893 KNAUPP-SALISBURY-Sept. 9, 1893, at Schaghticoke, N. Y., by the Rev. George T. Lemmon, John F. Knaupp and Henrietta L. Salisbury, both of this city. 50-1
Knickerbacker Caroline Chester Porter Nathan Todd 24 Feb 1892 PORTER-KNICKERBACKER-On the 24th, by Rev. Dr. Eben Hailey, NATHAN TODD PORTER, JR., of Montclair, N.J., and CAROLINE CHESTER KNICKERBACKER of Troy. 21-2
Knickerbocker Minnie S. Conaughty W. L. 26 May 1891 CONAUGHTY-KNICKERBOCKER-At the residence of H. B. Seymour, Waterford, N. Y., May 26, 1891, by Rev. R. W. Beers, W. L. CONAUGHTY and MINNIE S. KNICKERBOCKER. 12-2
Knott Louie E. Tucker Annie L. 14 Jun 1893 KNOTT-TUCKER-At the Fifth avenue Baptist church, by Rev. H. C. Farrar, D. D., Wednesday evening, June 14, 1893, Louie E. Knott of Boston, Mass., and Miss Annie L. Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Tucker of this city. 45-2
Knowlson James Richmond Kelley Jessie May 21 Dec 1892 KNOWLSON-KELLEY-At the residence of the bride's parents, 45 Paine street, Green Island, Dec. 21, James Richmond Knowlson of Troy and Jessie May Kelley, by Rev. A. H. Eaton. 34-2
Kronnick Emma F. Taylor Freeman 11 Jan 1891 TAYLOR-KRONNICK-Jan. 11th, by Rev. F. Widmer, FREEMAN TAYLOR and Miss EMMA F. KRONNICK, all of this city. 7-1
Kuhl William F. Bulson Ardell 20 Mar 1893 KUHL-BULSON-In this city, March 20, 1893, by Rev. James D. Corby, William F. Kuhl and Miss Ardell Bulson, both of Troy. 40-2

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