Hamilton Spectator

Marriages 1849


January 6, 1849


DRUMMOND-THORNTON - In Hamilton, on the 3rd instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. R. H. Thornton, of Whitby, the Rev. Alexander A. Drummond, of the United Presbyterian Church, Brantford, to Jessie, only daughter of P. Thornton, Esq., Superintendent of Education, Gore District.


DONOUGH-HAWKINS - At Port Albert, on St. Andrew's Day, by the Rev. R. F. Campbell, rector of Goderich, John, third son of Mr. John Donough, of Goderich, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. John Hawkins, of Port Albert.


January 13, 1849


MARSHALL- COLLINS - At Saint John's Church, London, on Wednesday, the 3rd instant, by the Rev. Mr. Brough, Edward Marshall, youngest son of Joseph Marshall, Esq., to Ellen, youngest daughter of Henry Collins, Esq., both of London.


STEINHOFF-MORRELL - At Woodhouse, on the 25th ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. Steinhoff, Mr. Andrew Steinhoff, of Simcoe, to Miss D. M. Morrell, at the same place.


January 17, 1849


ROBINSON-HARDING - In London, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. Mr. Brown, John Robinson, Esq.,  civil engineer, to Mary, eldest daughter of Philip P. Harding, Esq., all of Blanchard.


PLATT-FENNELL - In London, on Monday, the 8th instant, by the Rev. B. Cronyn, at the residence of her father, Mary Ann, third daughter of Mr. Fennell, to Mr. Samuel Platt, of Galt.


BERGAN-DOWN - At Newry, Ireland, on the 9th November, Mr. William Bergan, who boasted of having survived eight engagements, to Margaret Down, who has been five times led to the hymenial altar. The bridegroom, who lost his right eye at Salamanca, is eighty-five years of age, and the lady, who lost her left eye at Vinegar Hill, is seventy-five.


January 24, 1849


HOPKINS-AGNEW - On the 18th instant, by the Rev. J. A. Osborne, Hamilton, Mr. S. D. Hopkins, farmer, Saltfleet, to Miss Catherine Agnew, of Hamilton.

January 24, 1849


MUNROE-DAVIDSON - In this city, on Friday, the 19th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Dalrymple, Mr. James Munroe, late of Cory, Inverness-shire, Scotland, to Miss Margaret Davidson, late of Tanarkshire, Scotland.


January 27, 1849


BOOMER-HERON - At the residence of the bride's father, Niagara, on the l7th instant,  by the Rev. Mr. Bayne, Hugh Boomer, Esq., of Dunnville, to Sarah only daughter of Andrew Heron, Esq. of Niagara.


GIBBS-CLARKE - By the Rev. William Philp, December 28, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Esquesing, Mr. George Gibbs, to Miss Mary Jane Clarke, all of Esquesing.


PHIPPS-MCKENNEDY - At St. George's Church, St. Catharines, by the Rev. A. F. Atkinson, A.M., rector, William B. Phipps, Esq., of Toronto, to Lucy Amanda, eldest daughter of the late Amos McKennedy, Esq., of that town.


February 17, 1849


WHITE-KNIGHT - In this city, on Thursday, the 15th instant, John White, Esq., District Councillor for Trafalgar, to Miss Louisa Knight, of Hamilton.


WOODS-SCHWARTZ - On the 6th instant, at Springville, Michigan, by the Right Reverend Bishop McCosry, Robert Stuart Woods, Esq., of Sandwich, to Emma Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John E. Schwartz, Adjutant General, of Michigan.


SMITH-DEACON - By the Rev. William Griffis, at the residence of Samuel Smith, Esq., in the Township of Zone, on Saturday, the 28th of January last, Mr. Mahler Burwell Smith, to Miss Arabella Deacon, late of Toronto.


February 24, 1849


HAY-TAYLOR - On the 14th instant,  by the Rev. A. Lillie, the Rev. William Hay, Congregational Minister, Township of Oakland, Brock District, to Eliza, daughter of the late David Taylor, Esq., of Dublin.


MCLACHLAN-HAMILTON - On the 7th instant, by the Rev. P. Gray, Mr. Joseph McLachlan, of Chinguacousy, to Miss Isabella Hamilton, of Norval.


MURRAY-DUFF - On the 15th instant, by the same, Robert Murray, Esq., to Miss Margaret Duff, both of Esquesing.

February 28 , 1849


GRANT-CLARK - Yesterday at the Rob Roy Inn, by the Rev. James Dalrymple, Mr. Joseph Grant, of Chatham, C.W., to Janet, second daughter of Mr. John Clark, of Puslinch, Wellington District.


EMMETT-SMITH - On the 7th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. G. McClatchey, Mr. Stephen Emmett to Ester Anne, third daughter of Annanias Smith, Esq., of Saltfleet.


AIKMAN-SERVOS - On the 20th instant, by the Rev. Thomas Green, Mr. Michael Adolphus Aikman, of the city of Hamilton, G.D., to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Servos, of the Township of Niagara.


TOD-ROUSSEAUX - On the 19th instant, at Grantham, by the Rev. John William Baynes, Mr. Alexander Napier Tod, of Grantham, to Miss Janet Rousseaux, youngest daughter of George Rousseaux, Esq., Ancaster.


THORNER-TULL - On the 14th instant, by the Rev. George Loraine, at the residence of the bride's father, Putnam. Ohio, Mr. Robert Thomas Thorner, of Hamilton, C.W., to Miss Laura Tull, eldest daughter of C. Tull, Esq.


March 14, 1849


MUTER-CAMERON - On Tuesday last, at the Meadows, the residence of the Hon. J. Hillyard Cameron, the bride's brother, by the Right Rev. Dr. Strachan, Lieutenant Colonel Muter, commanding Her Majesty's Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment, to Ann Knowles, eldest daughter of the late Angus Cameron, Esq., of the same regiment.


March 17, 1849


CREVELIN-CALVIN - On Tuesday, the 6th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, on Garden Island, Mr. Henry Joseph Crevelin, of Cape Vincent, to Miss Cornelia R. Calvin.


MCDONALD-PLEWIS - On the 14th instant, by the Rev. J. D. Dalrymple, Mr. McDonald, miller, of the Township of Trafalgar, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr. James Plewis, miller, late of Hornlea, Yorkshire, England.


ARMSTRONG-DAVISON - In Toronto, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Alexander Gale, Thomas Armstrong, Esq., common Councillor, to Mary Jane, second daughter of the Rev. John Davison, of the Primitive Methodist Church.

March 21, 1849


PEARSON-SPENCE - At Waterdown, on Monday, the 19th instant, by the Rev. Alexander McLean, Mr. Alexander H. Pearson, of Woodstock, to Elizabeth Maria Spence, only daughter of Robert Spence, Esq., editor and proprietor of the "Dundas Warden".


March 24, 1849


LLOYD-BURKITT - On the 8th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Rice, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Henry Hatton Gowan, Esq., Barrie, Canada West, Allen Lloyd, late of Wexford, Ireland, to Anna Diana Baylis, fifth daughter of the late Robert Burkitt, Esq., M.D., Euniscorthy,Ireland.


LEPPER-BURNSIDE - At Cooksville, on Thursday, the 8th instant, by the Rev. C. Wright, Mr. T. Lepper, of Toronto, to Miss Mary Jane, only daughter of John Burnside, Esq., Toronto Township.


MEADOWS-CHAMBERS - In this city, on Tuesday, the 20th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Pucker, William James Meadows, of Nassagaweya, to Miss Anne Chambers, of Galt.


April 7, 1849


MCPHERSON-SUTTON - At Christ's Church, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. J. G. Geddes, William McPherson, surgeon, Caledonia, G.D., to Harriet, fourth daughter of the late John Sutton, Esq., of Ellesmere, England.


WRIGHT-ZWICK - At Christ's Church, on Thursday, the 5th instant, by the Rev. J. G. Geddes. Dr. Henry H. Wright, Dundas, to Maria, daughter of the late William Zwick, Esq., of Belleville.


April 21, 1849


MCIVER-BUTTERWORTH - At Kingston, on the 12th instant, by the Venerable Archdeacon Stuart, Mr. William McIver, to Miss Isabella, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Butterworth of Kingston.


April 28, 1849


NELLIGAN-BAXTER - In this city, on the 24th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Gordon, Mr. Dennis Nelligan, proprietor of the Munster Hotel, to Susan, relict of the late Mr. John Baxter.


May 19, 1849


SPENCER-PAYTON - On the 15th instant, at the home of the bride's uncle, Edward Jackson, Esq., by the Rev. Henry Wilkinson, John Allan Spencer, to Lydia Ann Dayton, both of Hamilton.

May 19, 1849


YEOMANS-DAMAN - By the Rev. J. Gemley, Wesleyan Minister, Belleville, on the 3rd instant, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Horace Yeomans, of Belleville, to Mrs. Ann Daman, third daughter of Captain W. Beamish, of Port Hope.


BRUCE-OWENS - At St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Picton, on the 26th April, by the Rev. Job Deacon, rector of Adolphustown, Mr. Thomas Bruce, of Belleville, to Miss Ann Owens, of Picton.


GRAHAM-SUMNER - On the 15th instant, at Grimsby, by the Rev. G. R. T. Grout, rector, Thomas R, Graham, Esq., of Woodhouse, near Simcoe, to Elizabeth Bell, youngest daughter of the late Dr. Sumner, of Beamsville.


SUTTON-SKINNER - At Brockville, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. James Gardiner, Mr. William Sutton, printer, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Sylvestre Skinner, of Brockville.


May 26, 1849


JARVIS-YEOWARD - At Picton, on the 17th instant, by the Rev. R. J. Cox, rector, Mr. George Thomas Jarvis, of Oxford, to Harriet Anne, second daughter of the late Frederick Yeoward, of Mount Pleasant.


GAGON-HOLDEN - At Belleville, on Thursday,  the 10th instant, by the Rev. R. E. Burns, of Kingston, Rev. William Gagon, A.M., to Phoebe, eldest daughter of Dr. R. Holden, all of that place.


May 30, 1849


CROFTON-DEBLAQUIERE - May 25th, at St. James Church, in the city of Kingston, Canada West, by the Rev. R. V. Rogers, A.M., Hugh Denis Crofton, commanding H.M. XX Regiment, eldest son of and heir of Sir Morgan George Crofton, Baronet, of Mohill House, County of Leitrim, Ireland, to Georgiana Lucy, daughter of the Honourable P. B. DeBlaquiere, and niece of General the Right Honourable Lord DeBlaquiere.


CAMPBELL-LANG - At the Wesleyan Parsonage, Odelltown, by the bride's father, William A. Campbell, Esq., to Margaret, eldest daughter of the Rev. Matthew Lang, chairman of the Canada East District.


DRENNAN-BOYD - In Kingston, on the 27th instant, by the Rev. R. E. Burns, Mr. S. T. Drennan, to Miss A.J. Boyd, both of Kingston.

June 6, 1849


SPARLING-MITCHELL - In this city, on the 1st instant, Mr. W. F. Sparling, of Norwichville, to Miss Mary Mitchell, of this city.


BAMFORD-IRONS - On Thursday, 31st May, at Kingston, by the Rev. I. B. Howard, Mr. Alexander Bamford, to Catharine Clyde, youngest daughter of Mr. S. A. Irons, all of that city.


June 7, 1849


SABINE-MORGAN - At Christ's Church, Hamilton, on Thursday, the 7th instant, by the Rev. J. G, Geddes, James Edward, eldest son of J. Sabine, Esq., of Brockville, to Jane, youngest daughter of William Morgan, Esq., Dublin.


June 13, 1849


SMYTH-JENNINGS - In London, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. C. Brough, Mr. Alfred G. Smyth, eldest son of Captain John Smyth, to Miss Jane C. Jennings, eldest daughter of Mr. John Jennings, both of that town.


SPRINGER-SISSON   At Toronto, on the morning of the 9th instant, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Yonge Street, by the Rev. Dr. Macnab, president of Victoria College, Oliver Springer, Esq., barrister, Hamilton, to Emmeline, eldest daughter of N. Sisson, Esq., of Kingston.


June 20, 1849


MCQUAIG-POPE - At the residence of the bride , in Kingston, on Wednesday, the 13th June, by the Venerable Archdeacon Stuart, James S. McQuaig, Esq., second son of Lieutenant Colonel John McQuaig, to Maria Augusta Pope, relict of the late Rev. John Pope, rector of Barriefield.


STRANGE-MCLEAN   At St. George's Church, Kingston, on the 12th instant, by the Rev. William H. Herchmer, A.M., Orland Sampson Strange, Esq., M.D., to Miss Ann Emily, daughter of the late Neil J. McLean, Esq.


June 30, 1849


TRILLER-FLOYD - On Wednesday, the 20th instant, by the Rev. T. Green, A.B., rector of Wellington Square, Gore District, Joseph Triller, Esq., of the Township of Nelson, to Miss Jane Floyd, only daughter of Mr. John Floyd, of the Township of Trafalgar, in the Gore District.

June 30, 1849


JOHNSTON-KIDD - At St. Paul's Church, Halifax, on Tuesday, the 12th ultimo, by the Rev. W. S. Parish, fellow of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, and Chaplain of Her Majesty's ship "Wellesley", J. Wingate Johnston, Esq., M.D., Deputy Inspector of Naval Hospitals and Fleets, to Christian Blackball, second daughter of the late John Kidd, Esq.


July 11, 1849


CAMERON-FENNER - On the 28th ultimo, in St. Paul's Church, Baltimore,  by the Rev. Dr. Wyatt, the Hon John Hillyard Cameron, Queen's Counsel and M.P.P. of the Meadows, Toronto, Canada, to Ellen Madeline DeBerniel, second daughter of the late Gov. Fenner, of Rhode Island.


THOMPSON-HEWSON - On Thursday, the 5th instant, at St. George's Church, of Toronto, by the Rev. Stephen Lett, L.L.D., Mr. W. Thompson, Lake shore, Toronto Township, to Miss Hewson, of Toronto.


GIBBS-THOMPSON - At St. Thomas' Church, Brock, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. R. Garrett, Charles Gibbs, Esq., merchant, to Lavinia, second daughter of the late Major Thompson, of Brock.


July 18, 1849


JACKSON-ERRINGTON - On the 12th Instant, at St. Paul's Church, London, Canada West, by the Rev. B. Cronyn, Minchin Jackson, Esq., of Mount Pleasant, County Tipperary, Ireland, to Frances, sixth daughter of the Rev. B. Errington, Mitford, Northumberland, England.


HALL-WATERS - By the Rev. B. Cronyn, at the residence of Mr. Hayden Waters, on Sunday evening, the 8th July, Mr. Robert Hall, of the town of Baynham, to Drusillan, eldest daughter of Mr. Hayden Waters, of London, C.W.


July 21, 1849


RACEY-RICHARDSON - At All Saints Church, Mount Pleasant, on Thursday morning, the 16th instant, by the Rev. J. C. Usher, Frank Racey, son of James Racey, Esq., of Mount Pleasant, to Mary Dickson, daughter of the late William Richardson, Esq., of Brantford.

August 1, 1849


HEWAT-MOOTE - At St. John's Church, Eramosa, on the 18th ult., by the Rev. D. Fraser, William Hewat, Esq., treasurer of the District of Wellington, to Mary Eliza, eldest daughter of Alexander Moote, Esq., late of Londonderry, Ireland.


August 4, 1849


MCKELVEY-CURTIS - At the residence of her father, on Tuesday, the 31st ultimo, by the Rev. J. Glutton, of Dundas, Mr. William McKelvey, of Brampton, to Miss E. A., eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Curtis, of this city.


August 8, 1849


DATE-DISTIN - In this city, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. T. Marsh, Mr. Herbert Harrington Date, of Galt, to Maria Louisa, third daughter of W. L. Distin, Esq., of Hamilton.


BRIDGES-HENSON - 0n the 30th ultimo, at Youngston, N.Y., by the Rev. R. L. Hulbert, Mr. Ephraim M. Bridges, carriage maker, to Miss Lucy Henson, both of Hamilton.


August 11, 1849


ANDERSON-MORIN - In Montreal, on the 27th ultimo, at St. George's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Leath, Mr. Edmund Anderson, surveyor of customs, Fort Erie, son of J. W. Anderson, Esq., M.D., Picton, Nova Scotia, to Eugenie, only daughter of Captain P. H. Morin, Harbour Master of Montreal.


August 22, 1849


MACKAY-DUGGAN - At Toronto, on Tuesday, the 14th instant, by the Rev. R. Mitchell, John Matherson MacKay, of Toronto, merchant, to Anne Jane, youngest daughter of Colonel Duggan, of the same place.


GRIZLEY-MORRISON - In this city, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Goldsmith, Mr. Thomas Grizley, to Miss Jane Morrison, both of Hamilton.


August 25, 1849


PALMER-HEAD - At Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the 10th July, by the Rev. The Archdeacon, John F. Palmer, Esq., Lieutenant of H.M.S. Wellesley, flagship of the Rt. Hon, the Earl of Dundonald, to Mary Jane, daughter of the late Doctor Head of Halifax.

September 26, 1849


NEW-ST JOHN - In this city, on Monday, the 24th instant, by the Rev. J. Gordon, Mr. William New, to Miss Julia Ann St John.


October 10, 1849


LUNDY-TEACH - On Thursday last, at St. John's Church, Stamford, by the Rev. W. Leeming, the Rev. Francis James Lundy, D.C.L., rector of Grimsby, to Louisa, second daughter of Humphrey John Teach, late Captain in H.M. 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers.


October 13, 1849


WEBBER- GORDON - On Tuesday, the 9th instant, by the Rev. H. Wilkinson, William Webber, builder, to Maria, daughter of Mr. John Gordon, of this city.


DESBARAIS-POTHIER - At Boucherville, on the 1st instant, George Desbarais, Esq. Queen's printer, to Miss Maria Louisa Pothier, only daughter of the Hon Toussaint Pothier.


October 20, 1849


BUDD-GEORGE - On the 18th instant, at St. George's Church, Guelph, Richard Forbes Budd, J.P., now of the firm of Budd and Lynd, to Corinthia Vetitia, relict of the late Dr. George.


NASH-CHADWICK - At Drummondville, on Monday last, Frederick George Nash, Esq., of Niagara, to Miss Mary Chadwick, daughter of Mr. B. Chadwick, merchant of the former place.


October 24, 1849


CELMAGE-HYDE - At Port Huron, state of Michigan, on the 16th instant, James Celmage, Esq., of Chatham, Canada West, formerly Lieut. 23rd Regiment of Foot, to Mrs. Hyde, widow of the late Doctor Hyde of Moore, formerly of Killarney, Ireland.


EAGARS-MCGREGOR - At Niagara, on Thursday, the 11th instant, by the Rev. T. B. Fuller, Captain Walter Eagars, of Chatham, C.W., to Miss Margaret McGregor, oldest daughter of the late Alexander McGregor, Esq., of Amherstburg, C.W.


FREEMAN-KINGSTON - At Chatham, on the 14th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Hands, Mr. James A. Freeman, to Miss Margaret Kingston, both of that town.

October 27, 1849


CAMERON-MCDONALD - In this city, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Robb, Mr. John Cameron, of Wawanosh, to Miss Margery McDonald, of Hamilton.


NASH-CHADWICK - On Monday, the 15th, at Drummondville, by the Rev. Mr. Eddy, F. G. Nash, Esq., Secretary of Niagara Dock, to Mary, second daughter of B. Chadwick, Esq., of Drummondville.


BELL-CATHCART - At the residence of the bride's father, on the 17th instant, by the Rev. J. Pyper, Duncan Bell, Esq., of Hamilton, to Anne Jane, oldest daughter of Robert Cathcart, Esq. of Toronto.


WARD-BEATLEY - In Toronto, on Wednesday evening, the 17th instant George Ward, eldest son of the late Sheldon Ward, builder, of Toronto, to Leonora, eldest daughter of Thomas H. Beatley, printer of the "Christian Guardian", and formerly proprietor of the Kingston "Herald".


HALLIWELL-CRICKMORE - On Thursday, the 18th instant, at St. George's Church,  by the Rev. Dr. Lett, John Halliwell, barrister-at-law, to Eleanor, youngest daughter of the late Benjamin Crickmore, Esq., of Norfolk, England.


November 3, 1849


CARRUTHERS-MATHEWS - In this city on Thursday last, 25th October, by the Rev. Mr. Burns, Mr. John Carruthers, merchant, to Miss Mary Mathews, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Mathews, all of Kingston.


KELSO-DAVY - At the residence of the bride's father, on the 18th instant, by the Rev. F. S. Harper, Margaret Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Davy, Esq., of Bath, to Henry Kelso, Esq. of Belleville


FERRIE-BOWN - At Brantford, by the Rev. A. B. Usher, on the 31st Ultimo, John Ferrie, Esq., of this city, to Emily, youngest daughter of R. R. Bown, Esq., of Brantford.


November 17, 1849


CAWTHRA-CROWTHER - In Toronto, on Tuesday morning, the 13th instant, by the Rev. J. G. D. Mackenzie, incumbent of St. Paul's Church, William Cawthra, Esq., to Sarah Ellen, second daughter of the late Mr. James Crowther.


CROWTHER-TORRANCE - On Tuesday morning, the 13th instant, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., James Crowther, Esq., barrister-at-law, at the firm of Bell and Crowther, to Eliza, second daughter of Benjamin Torrance, Esq., all of Toronto.

November17, 1849


TISDALE-MCNEILEDGE - On the 7th instant at Grennock Farm, the residence of the bride's father, near Port Dover, by the Rev. Francis Evans, Mr. John E. Tisdale, merchant, Woodstock, third son of Joseph Tisdale, Esq., of Vittoria, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Captain Alexander McNeiledge.


SUTHERLAND-CARMICHAEL - In London, C.W., by the Rev. William Proudfoot, on the 9th instant, Mr. Robert Sutherland, to Miss Agnes Carmichael, both of London.


November 21, 1849


RISLEY-FISHER - On Tuesday, the 6th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Hardenburgh, at the residence of the bride's father, Samuel Risley, Esq., engineer to the Niagara Harbour and Dock Co., to Sarah Catharine, eldest daughter of John G. Fisher, Esq., of New vork.


BROWN-MORRIS - At the residence of Mr. Thomas Haines, Hamilton, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Robinson, Mr. Augustus Brown, merchant, Simcoe, to Henrietta Rosa Morris of this city.


November 24, 1849


HART-LEMMON -  At the residence of George Young, Esq., Georgetown, Esquesing, Gore District, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. Donald Fraser, Church of England clergyman, D'Acres William Hart, Esq., of Brantford, to Alice Anne Keeler, sister of Henry Lemmon, Esq., proprietor of the Brantford "Courier", and sister-in-law of the Rev. James Mockridge, rector of Warwick, C.W.


RAPELJE-MCINNES - At Aberfoyle, near Vittoria, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. George Bell, of Simcoe, Richard W. Rapelje, Esq., to Miss Henrietta R. C. McInnes, eldest daughter of Andrew McInnes, Esq.


December 1, 1849


GAZE-HARRIS - At Pelham, on the 22nd ultimo, by the Rev. Dr. Blanchard, Mr. James Earl Gaze, to Miss Ann Harris, both of St. Catharines.


MCANNANY-RANNY - At Seymour West, on the 19th ultimo, Francis McAnnany, Esq., Belleville, to Caroline Wier, eldest daughter of the late Benjamin Ranny, Esq., of the former place.


SCOTT-STEVENSON - At Port Hope, on the 10th ultimo, by the Rev. Jonathan Short, rector, James Scott, Esq., barrister-at-law, of Port Hope, to Miss Louisa Stevenson, of the same place.

December 1, 1849


BECKETT-JAMES - At Cobourg, on the 17th ultimo, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Thomas Spell, Mr. Edward Beckett, of Toronto, to Miss Sarah James, of Toronto.


December 5, 1849


READ-ELLISON - In Paris, on the 26th ultimo, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Vincent, Mr. Thomas B. Read, of Paris, to Letitia, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Ellison, of the same place.


JESSOP-WHITE - At Detroit, on Wednesday, November the 14th, by Bishop McCloskey, Mr. Henry Jessop, youngest, son of Mr. George Jessop, Haneville, near Sandwich, to Miss Elizabeth White, of the same place.


GALE-THORNTON - On the 27th ultimo, at St. John's Church, Sandwich, by the Rev. William Ritchie, rector, Mr. Benjamin Gale, of the Township of Gosfield, to Miss Caroline Thornton, of the same place.


December 22, 1849


ROSS- LINDSAY - On the 22nd ultimo, at Trinity Church, Paddington England, by the Rev. J. Miles, Patrick W. Syndenham Ross, Esq., Captain 85th King's Eight Infantry, A.D.C. to his father, Major General Sir Francis Ross, G.C.M.M.G., K.C.H., Governor of St. Helena, to Caroline Anne, third daughter of William Burns Lindsay, Esq.,  Clerk of the Legislative Assembly of Canada


WILSON-POTTS - On Thursday, the 13th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, near Vittoria, by the Rev. Francis Evans, rector of Woodhouse, James Graham Wilson, Esq., of Simcoe, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Colonel Potts.


KLINE-BROWN - On Thursday, the 13th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Mr. Fraser, Mr. John N. Kline of Klinbery, Vaughan, to Miss Mary, daughter of Mr. Thomas Brown of Brownsville, King Township.


December 26, 1849


RUTLAGE-NEWCOM - On the 29th November, 1849, at the residence of the groom's father, near Hornby, Mr. W. Rutlage, son of Edward Rutlage, Township of Trafalgar, to Miss Elizabeth Newcom, of the same place