Marriages By Rev. Amos Main, 1745—1757

Rev. Amos Main was the first settled minister in and arrived in 1737. as a township, however, was formed in 1722, fifteen years earlier, and had likely been settled since 1657. What happened to Rev. Main’s marriage records prior to 1745 is not known, and the existence of other ministerial records for prior to this collection of marriage is extant if any ever existed.

In the listings below, the town of Towow references Lebanon Maine and Summersworth references New Hampshire. There appears to be early interaction between families in these communities and certain families in , and genealogists should reference the available genealogical records for those towns as well.

1745

June 30. Married Jno
July 22. Married Wm

Dec. 12. Married Nathl

1746


1747

e Town Clerk
Novre Town Clerk
Novr 26. Married James Roger Junr Lydia Layton by a Certificate from the Town Clerk

1747

Decr 20. Then Married Mr Joseph Langdon Junro

1748



Octor 6. Then Married Wme Governour
e Govr
Novre Town Clerk
Novre Town Clerk
Decre Town Clerk
Dec 15. Then married Benja Stanton Hannah Jones of Summersworth by a Licence from ye Govr

1749


Sepr

1750


Novr
Decr 3. Then Married Jno

1751


Octre Governours Licence
Decr

1752


1753

May 30. Married Benja



Novr
Novr
Decr
Decr

1754

Feby 21. Married Saml Drown Junr

Oct: 31. Married Jnoe Clerk
Decr

1755

Janr
Feby



Novr 23. Married Jno
Decr
Decr 3. Married Benja
Decr 4. Married Benja Hayes Junr

1757

Feby


April 21. Married Ebenezer Tebbetts Olive Door of Towow

Source

New Hampshire Genealogical Society. The New Hampshire genealogical record : an illustrated quarterly magazine devoted to genealogy, history, and biography : official organ of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society; published in Dover, N. H.: George W. Tibbetts, 1907.

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