Index of Marriages from early central New York newspapers

Updated: May 12, 2019

"Early marriages from newspapers published in central New York; v. 01", is a manuscript prepared by William Martin Beauchamp (1830-1925) available free of charge at FamilySearch.


This book contains thousands of names listed in alphabetical order. Below is a sample of what is provided. The following are Leonard marriages, as recorded on page 112:

  • Alfred Leonard, Jr., of Clay, and Sarah Bruce, of Clay. At Oswego, (Aug. 8) 1846 (Onondaga Democrat)

  • Ann S. Leonard married Asa Barnes*

  • David H. Leonard (See Asa Barnes*)

  • David Leonard and Joanna Hannum. June 14, 1838 (St. James Church Record, Skaneateles)

  • Ezra Leonard and Mrs. Sarah Adams. At Skaneateles, Feb. 2, 1848. (Skaneateles Columbian)

  • Hiram J. Leonard of Lafayette and Sarah C. Lamson of Arcadia. At Arcadia, (Sept. 22) 1847. (Onondaga Democrat)

  • Jarvis Leonard of Vienna and Polly Bishop of Verona. At Verona, (April 23) 1820. (Onondaga Register)

  • Jennette Leonard (See George S. Hall**)

  • Samuel Leonard and Maria Austin. At Skaneateles (Nov. 24) 1819. (Onondaga Register)

*On page 11, regarding Asa Barnes: "Barnes, Asa, of Wisconsin, late of Pompey, and Ann S., daughter of David H. Leonard, of De Witt. At De Witt (Mar. 3), 1847. (Onondaga Democrat).

**On page 82, regarding George S. Hall: "Hall, George S. and Jennette Leonard. At Auburn, (Feb. 23) 1831. (Onondaga Register).


To find these newspapers, check out my Newspaper links. (Tip: FultonHistory.com is probably your best bet!)


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