New York Marriages - June 2, 1864

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New York Marriages - June 2, 1864

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Butler - Gates - On Wednesday, June 1, at Trinity Chapel, by Rev. Dr. A. B. Carter, Charles C. Butler to Emma, only daughter of Dr. H. S. Gates, of San Francisco

    San Francisco papers please copy.

Butler - Taylor - On Wednesday, June 1, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. Dr. Hutton, Edward D. Butler to Addie, daughter of W. B. Taylor, esq., all of this City

Boynton - Holmes - In Brooklyn, Wednesday, June 1, by Rev. Theodore L. Cuyler, Rev. George M. Boynton, of Riverdale, NY, and Julia H. Holmes, daughter of S. Holmes, esq., of Brooklyn.

Bloodgood - Curtis - On Wednesday, June 1, at Berean Baptist Church, by Rev. John Dowling, Freeman Bloodgood to Miss Eliza A. Curtis, all of this City.

Belden - Price - On Thursday, Feb 25, at Mobile, Ala., by Rev. Mr. Burgett, Mr. Wm. Henry Belden to Miss Mary E., eldest daughter of Caleb Price, esq.

Carr - Anderson - On Wednesday, June 1, by Rev. Dr. Rogers, at the Dutch Reformed Church, 5th av., W. S. Carr to Miss Mary L. Anderson, daughter of John Anderson, esq., of this City

Marvin - Monson - On Wednesday, June 1, at Zion Church, by Right Rev. Horatio Southgate, D.D., Mr. W. H. Marvin to Miss Emily, daughter of the late Judge Monson, both of this City.

Porter - Dwight - In this City, on Tuesday morning, May 31, by Rev. Horatio Stebbins, Henry Hobart Porter to Anna Metcalf Dwight, youngest daughter of the late Francis Dwight, of Albany.

Patten - Owens - In Brooklyn, on Thursday, April 28, by Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke, J. Alexander Patten, of Brooklyn, to Mrs. Sarah L. Owens, late of Montgomery, Ala.

Source: New York Times, June 2, 1864

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