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Stockbridge Massachusetts Marriages to 1850 – T Surnames

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TABOR, Lucy of Gt. Barrington, and Oliver H. Wright of Gt. Barrington, Jan. I, 1822.*

TAFT, Henry W. and Harriette Worthington of Stockbridge, int. Sept. 17, 1842.

TANNER, Huldah of Warren, and Amos Fowler Esq., int. Nov. 26, 1803.

TAYLOR, Elijah and Clarissa Parker of Stockbridge, int. Sept. 1, 1800.
Narina and Chester Tobey, int. Oct. 24, 1830. [m. Nov. 9]
Starita, Mrs., and Abishai Lewis, June 2, 1841.*
Sylvester C. and Narcissa Brewer of Tyringham, int. Sept. 1, -1832.
Sylvester Corydon, widr., laborer, and Julia Ann Van Horne, d.
James and Laura, Sept. 26, 1843.*
Tabitha and Moses Fuller, Feb. 19, 1787.*
Thomas and Clarry Rhenold, Nov. 27, 1788.*

THAYER, Frances of Braintree, and Sam[ue]l N. Nash of Canton, May 27, 1845, at State Line.* C.R.1.

THOMAS, Margeret and Jeremiah Minckler, [rec. between Apr. -, 1789, and Apr. -, 1790].*

THOMPSON, C. C. M. and Sarah [int. adds L.] Fox, – [int.
Sept. 21], 1839.
Hiram A. and Mary L. Barns, Aug. 29, 1839.
Lewis and Sarah B. Merrill of Pittsfield, int. Apr. 24, 1823.
Mary L. and Stephen W. Halsey, Apr. 4, 1843.

THORP, Rowania I. and Nathaniel Bates of Litchfield, Conn., Oct. 10, 1839.

TILLOTSON, David Jr. and Comfort Ford, int. Nov. 27, 1809.

TOBEY, Chester and Narina Taylor, int. Oct. 24, 1830. [m. Nov. 9, C.R.1.]
Gibbs and Electa Rees, int. May 19, 1800.
Hylon and Florilla [int. Florella] Hitchcock, May 3, 1815.

TRACY, Charles of Pittsfield, and Lucy C. Stoddard of Stockbridge, Mar. 25, 1848.* C.R.1.

TUCKER, Celestia of Pittsfield, and W[illia]m Montgomery of Pittsfield, Sept. 16, 1849.* C.R.1.

TURNEY, Mary [? Turner] and Billy Buckley, int. Jan. 8, 1791.

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