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New York Marriages - June 24, 1864
Bussing - Brown - On Tuesday, June 21, at the residence of the bride, by Rev. Dr. Downing, Charles F. Bussing
and Martha W. Brown, of this City.
Dickie - Morrell - In Brooklyn, on Thursday, June 23, by Rev. D.V.M. Johnson, John Dickie and Lizzie,
daughter of the late Joseph Palmieri, and step-daughter of Arthur Morrell, Ex U.S. Consul at Manzanilla,
Glasgow, London and Liverpool papers please copy.
Hitchcock - Fuller - At Grace Church, Jersey City, on Wednesday, June 22, by Rev. Dr. Weston, of Trinity
Church, New York, B. F. Hitchcock and Elizabeth Louise, elder daughter of Hon. S. L. Fuller.
Livingston County papers please copy.
Hull - Cook - At Saratoga Springs, on Wednesday, June 22, by Rev. Mr. Woodbridge, Mr. Harmon D. Hull,
of New York, and Miss Anna C., youngest daughter of Hon. James M. Cook, of Saratoga.
Mather - Goulding - On Wednesday, June 22, by Rev. Theodore Babcock, Hon. John C. Mather, of New York,
and Mrs. Helen Goulding, of the former place.
Phraner - Hubbell - At Sing Sing, on Wednesday, June 22, by Rev. Wilson Phraner, Rev, Wm. H. Phraner, of Cold
Spring, and Sarah O., daughter of Gaylord B. Hubbell, esq.
Robbins - Spaulding - In Jaffrey, NH, on Thursday, June 9, by Rev. Mr. Batcheldor, J. B. Robbins, esq.,
of Rindge, NH, and Miss M. T. Spaulding, formerly of Yorkville.
Skillin - Albertson - On Wednesday, June 22, at the residence of the bride's parents, near Roslyn, L.I., by
Rev. W. H. Moore, Rector of St. George's Church, Hempstead, Henry T. Skillin, of New York, and Sarah
Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Albertson, esq.
Source: New York Times, June 24, 1864
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