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1. Text:   The letter and marriage records below were received from Dorothy Danks in 1993. I scanned two pages of marriage records and corrected the scanning results. As scanned, these records are at least second generation copies of the originals. J.M. Ingalls, 4 Aug 2003.
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  Sept. 24, 1993
  Dear Jay,
  I just happended to see the enclosed while looking for something else. I thought you would like to have it.
  Some records are in the process of micro-filmed. They were found in an attic in the Henderson Town Barn!
  I have searched through the Ingalls Genealogy which we now have in Watertown & found just one page that mentions Henderson.
  I am interested because my great grandmother's sister in Henderson married one ot the Ingalls there - on my father's side.
  My great, great, great grandmother on my mother's (Adams) side was Hannah, daughter of Solomon, Sr.
  I am still unable to find Laura of Little House in the book.
  I believe the marriages were a record of a justice recently donated. The witnesses were neighbors of my Nutting ancestors and the Ingalls land adjoined their land.
  There are very few records in Jefferson County that go back this far.
  The C.E. Ingalls was a descendant of Hannah's brother.
  The Ingalls and Adams first went to Rodman around 1805 and were probably all related. My husband is pastor of the Rodman Church. The old records are full of Ingalls.
  Sincerely,
 Dorothy Danks
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  Jonathon Matteson )
 Catherine Carter ) married in Ellisburg
  Mr. Jonathon Matteson aged 64 years, farmer to Mrs. Catherine Carter aged 47 years both these parties being to me personally known and after due inquiry by me made there appeared no legal impediment to such marriage. In the presence of Stephen Nutting and Hail Snow as witness to said marriage.
 Ellisburg Jan. 29, 1829
 Harvey Crittenton
 Justice of the Peace
  (The following marriage records are brief abstracts giving genealogical information taken from the same type of record as shown above.)
  Isaac Lacy, farmer aged 20 years to
 Ruth Cole, farmer's daughter aged 17 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York
 March 21, 1830
 Witnesses; Aaron Williams John Valinstine James Ingals, farmer aged 28 years to
 Matilda Snow, farmer's daughter aged 21 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York
 April 18, 1830
 Witnesses: Valentine Parker Franklin Danley
  Daniel Whipple, shoemaker aged 26 years to
 Melissy Eaton, farmer's daughter aged 21 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York
 July 18, 1830 (No witnesses listed) Jonathon R. Haskins, farmer of Ellisburg aged 23 years to
 Hannah Haskins, farmer's daughter of Ellisburg aged 16 years
 October 17, 1830 Witnesses: Jonathon Whitman Allen Boomer Russel Nutting, shoemaker of Henderson aged 23 years to
 Elizabeth Wood, tailorist of Ellisburg aged 20 years
 in Ellisburg, New York December 23, 1830 Witnesses: William Nutting 2nd Eli Nutting Peter Howard, carpenter and joiner aged 33 years to
 Salinda Boice, farmer's daughter aged 20 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York May 19, 1831 Witness: William Snow William Soul, farmer of Ellisburg aged 24 years to
 Emaline Lamfare, farmer's daughter of Ellisburg aged 17 years
 in Ellisburg January 12, 1832 Witnesses: Willard Alverson Loweis Alverson Wyman Winters, farmer of Ellisburg aged 24 years to
 Folly Churchil, farmer's daughter, Ellisburg aged 20 years
 in Ellisburg, Jefferson County, New York December 31, 1835 Witnesses: Asel Churchil Calista Matteson Ebenezer W. Truesdale, Blacksmith of Ellisburg aged 24 years to
 Amanda Gardner, farmer's daughter, Ellisburg aged 19 years
 in Ellisburg, Jefferson County, New York January 7, 1836
 Witnesses: Ormus Bates & Phebe, his wife Horace Benton, farmer of Ellisburg aged 22 years to
 Polly Nutting, farmer's daughter, Henderson aged 24 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York January 10, 1836 Witnesses: Levi Johnson & Mary, his wife Asa Hart, carpenter and joiner, Henderson, aged 57 years to
 Hannah Dany (Davy), farmer's daughter, Henderson aged 22 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York March 14, 1836 Witness Cornelius Flansburgh Chauncey Reed, farmer of Ellisburg aged 21 years to
 Marish Benton, farmer's daughter of Ellisburg aged 15 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York March 27, 1836 Witnesses: Levi Johnson & Mary, his wife Elisha Brown, wheelwright of Henderson aged 23 years to
 Eliza Nutting, farmer's daughter aged 19 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York May 5, 1836 Witnesses: Sally and Phebe Nutting Chauncey Howard, farmer of Ellisburg aged 41 years to
 Eunice Churchill, farmer's daughter, Ellisburg aged 26 years
 in Ellisburg, Jefferson County, New York September 22, 1836 Witnesses: Wyman Winters & Polly, his wife Robert Davis, farmer of Columbus, Chenango County aged 25 years to
 Calista Matteson, Ellisburg aged 21 years
 in Ellisburg, Jefferson County, New York, October 10, 1836 Witnesses: Samuel Matteson & Lucretia, his wife (certificate given to Joseph Fillimore March 25, 1870 to send to Davis to obtain pension for his son)
  Minor Snow, carpenter and joiner, Henderson, aged 24 years to
 Permelia Eggleston, farmers daughter, Henderson aged 17 yeas
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York January 2, 1837 Witnesses: Peter Howard & Palinda, his wife Nelson Barrett, tailor of Henderson aged 23 years to
 Martha M. Dye, shoemaker's daughter, Henderson aged 22 years
 in Henderson, Jefferson County, New York March 23, 1837 Witnesses: Celestine and Lovena Dye
2. Publication:   J.M. Ingalls 5900 Cheswood Ct.
 Orlando, FL 32817



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