Bourbon County, KY
Marriages
Individual Marriage Records



Groom
Bride
Bondsman
Date

Nickerson, Isaac Jeffries 
Cowan, Margaret
Gray, James
7 March 1792

Parks, John
Darnall, Nancy
Darnall, Smith
19 December 1797

George Gaunce to Sarah Martin; and William McDaniel to Mary Gaunce
Marriage Documents

Submitted by Valerie Thompson, valeriethompson2001@yahoo.com


Page 29 of Book 1 of Marriage returns, which shows both the George Gaunce marriage to Sarah Martin by Rev Richard Thomas and the marriage of William McDaniel to Mary Gaunce by Rev John Whitaker. Also,the consent from Nicholas Gaunce for his daughter, Mary Gaunce, to marry.

































Bourbon Co. Hall Marriages 1786-1851

Contributed by Patsy hawkmann@att.net


Ambrose Hall m. Nancy Conway - Feb. 25, 1828 d/o Wm Conway

Aquilla Hall m. Polly Buchanan  - Dec, 25, 1822   Bond Joseph Hall

Archibald Hall m. Sally Rash - Feb. 1, 1831

Arron Hall m. Elizabeth Bell Dec. 20, 1792 d/o Wm & Mary Bell

Caleb Hall m. Polly Crump - Mar. 22, 1826

Charles Hall m. Sally Rankin - Dec. 31, 1805 Bond Rueben Rankin

David Hall m. Mary Ware - Apr. 7, 1834

Davis Hall m. Polly Jones - Oct. 20, 1819/Esther Jones & Mahlon Hall Parents

Henry Hall m. Fanny Talbott - Nov. 4, 1819 Bond Charles Talbott d/o Charles Talbott

Jacob Hall m. Lucy A. Hamilton - Feb. 6, 1819 Bond Andrew Hamilton

James Hall m. Elizabeth Lidner - Mar. 6, 1827 d/o Charles Lidner

John Hall m. Nancy McCormick - Sept. 21, 1829   Bond Theobald Hall

John Hall m. Sarah Jane Curlee - July 23, 1851

John W. Hall m. Catherine P. Thornton  Dec. 18, 1828

John Hall m. Ann Hazelrigg - Sept. 6, 1830 Bond John Hazelrigg

Joseph Hall m. Esther B. Moore - July 9, 1830

Lawrence Hall m. Liddy MacArthur Nov. 30, 1792 d/o James & Hannah MacArthur

Mahlon Hall m. Betsy Walker - Feb. 19, 1795

Mahlon Hall m. Casander Parker - Dec. 20, 1798

Randolph Hall m. Susannah Soar? -  Mar. 28, 1794

Richmond Hall m. Ruth Farquear - Feb. 15, 1806  Bond Peter Farquear

Robert Hall m.Prudence Pryor - Mar. 21, 1810 d/o Joseph Pryor

Samuel Hall m. Mary Carnahan - Feb. 14, 1830

Samuel Hall m. Mary Cochran - Feb. 14, 1830 Bond Thomas Hall

Stephen Hall m. Mary Wooley - Jan. 15, 1810  Bond Issac Orchard

Thomas Hall m. Sophia Rawlings - Oct. 21, 1823




Descendants of Daniel Jordan
Marriages and Deaths from The Bourbon News 1900 - 1910
Submitted by Michael Pierce Drohan, mdrohan@comcast.net, 8/2006


See also Descendants of Daniel Jordan Genealogy Report


MARRIAGES
May 11, 1900, The Bourbon News
Howe-Swearingen

Mr. Julian Robert Howe and Miss Nancy Marie Swearingen, two well-known young society people of this city, stole a march on their many friends Wednesday by being married quietly in Covington.  They were accompanied by Mr. James Ingels and Miss Grace Swearingen, and the ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. J. I. Blackburn at his residence on East Third Street.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. W. G. Swearingen, of Mt. Airy Avenue, and is quite a handsome young lady who has many admirers.  Mr. Howe is a very worthy young business man of this city, and is connected with the Hotel Windsor.  He is the son of Mr. Dunlip Howe of Carlisle.

Mr. Howe and bride will live at the Windsor.  The news joins their many friends in wishing them much happiness.

July 12, 1901, The Bourbon News
Jordan-Holleran

Mr. Dan Jordan and Miss Mary Holleran, both of this city, were married in Carlisle Tuesday by Rev. Father Hickey.

Mr. Jordan is the accommodating baggage agent of the L. & N. in this city, and is a popular young man.  Miss Holleran is a pleasant and attractive young lady, who is much admired by her many friends.  They returned to this city on Wednesday night.


May 24, 1904, The Bourbon News
Armstrong-Swearengen

Mr. Doug Armstrong and Miss Grace Swearengen, of this city, were quietly married at Lexington, on Saturday afternoon.  The wedding was somewhat of a surprise to the many friends of the couple.  Miss Swearengen, has for a number of years been the cashier at L.L. Frank’s dry goods store, and there are few more popular or attractive young ladies than she in this community.  Mr. Armstrong is a son of Mr. F.R. Armstrong, well liked and very capable young business man.  They will make their future home in Chicago, where Mr. Armstrong has secured a lucrative position.


June 07, 1907, The Bourbon News
Jordan-Swearingen

A quiet and pretty wedding was that of Miss Anna I. Jordan and Mr. Albert Earl Swearingen at the residence of the officiating minister, Rev. Father Cusack, on Tuesday afternoon, at 4 o’clock.  The attendants were Miss Sue Jordan, sister of the bride, and Mr. Wm. Swearingen, brother of the groom.

The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Jordan, and an attractive and lovely young lady.  The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Swearingen, and a popular young man, being an efficient attaché of the Paris post office.

The happy couple left for Chicago via Lexington, where they will spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Armstrong, the latter a sister of the bridegroom, when they will make an extended visit to cities of the Northwest.


September 22, 1908, The Bourbon News
Swearingen-Davis

Mr. Wm. G. Swearingen and Miss Helen Davis surprised their many friends in this city by being united in the holy bonds of wedlock in the city of Louisville Saturday, the Rev. Dr. F. J. Cheek, formerly of Paris, being the officiating minister.

The bride is the handsome attractive daughter of Mr. George R. Davis, of this city.  She possesses the charm of a lovely disposition and is a favorite in a large circle of friends.

The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Swearingen, who recently moved from this city to Chicago to reside.  He is popular and his many friends congratulate him on winning the charming young lady for his life partner.

May their future lives be filled with happiness and sunshine is the wish of the News.


July 15, 1910, The Bourbon News
Schwartz-Hutchings

Dr. Henry G. Schwartz, formerly of Paris, was united in marriage Tuesday in Atlanta, Ga. To Miss Margaret Hutchings of that city.  Dr. Schwartz arrived Wednesday with his bride and were the guests for the day of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schwartz.  Dr. and Mrs. Schwartz left for Indianapolis, Ind., where they will temporarily reside.


DEATHS


December 6, 1904, The Bourbon News
Anna Jordan Drohan

Mrs. Ann Drohan, a resident of this city about 25 years ago, died at her home in Cincinnati Friday.  She was a most excellent woman and will be remembered by our older citizens.  She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Jake Schwartz, of this city, and seven children, three sons and four daughters.  Funeral services were held at Covington and burial took place yesterday morning from the 11:57 train in Paris cemetery.  Besides her seven children her remains were accompanied to Paris by about 15 of her friends from Cincinnati.  She had been in failing health for some time, but a severe fall recently hastened her death.  She was about 64 years old.


March 24, 1905, The Bourbon News
Death of Henry Schwartz

Henry Schwartz, aged 45 years, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schwartz, on Main Street, yesterday afternoon at one o’clock, of nervous prostration.  Mr. Schwartz came here from Chicago, where he held a prominent clerkship with the American Express Co., last November to recuperate his health, but never seemed to improve for any length of time.  He was born and raised in this city, and we might say came home to die surrounded by loving father, mother, sister, brother and friends, who tenderly ministered to him in his last hours.  He is survived by his wife, nee Nannie Walsh, of this city, and two sons, Dr. Henry Schwartz, of this city, an d Cyril Schwartz, of Chicago, one brother, Mr. John Schwartz and one sister, Miss Nellie Schwartz.  He was the eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schwartz, and we extend our sympathy to them in the loss of their first-born, who was a devoted, loving and dutiful son.

Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 9 o’clock, at the Catholic Church.  Rev. Father E. A. Burke officiating.



DEATH OF THOMAS HOLLERAN
December 12, 1905, The Bourbon News
Died in Texas

A telegram was received Saturday morning, announcing the death of Thomas Holleran at Fort Worth, Tex.  Mr. Holleran was forty-seven years of age and was a native of this county.  He is survived by his father, Michael Holleran, of this city; two brothers, William Holleran, of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. Dan Jordan, of this city, and Mrs. William Hunt, of Lexington.  Mr. Holleran was a large dealer in cattle and operated a ranch near Fort Worth.  He was twice married and leaves two children, one by each marriage.  His father and brother left for Fort Worth Sat urday afternoon to attend the funeral.


January 15, 1907, The Bourbon News
Wm. C. Jordan Found Dead

Wm. C. Jordan, aged 34 years, employed at the Paris Distilling Company as engineer in the bottling department, was found dead at his post of duty about 5 o’clock Friday afternoon.

Mr. Jordan had been at work all day and was apparently in the best of health.  He was seen by his fellow workmen about 3 o’clock.  One of them had occasion to go to the engine room and there found the dead body of his friend lying near the closed furnace door, the fires having died down and but little steam showing in the gauge.

Dr. Wm. Kenney, Coroner, was notified, and viewed the remains after which they were removed to the residence of his mother, Mrs. Mary Jordan, who lives near by.

Mr. Jordan was a quiet, unobtrusive and an industrious young man, well liked by a large circle of friends.  He was a member of Garth Lodge, A.O.U.W., and held an insurance policy of $1,000 in the order.

The immediate cause of his death was due to apoplexy.  Mr. Jordan is also survived by three brothers and four sisters – Messr. Dan Jordan, ticket agent of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, and Mike Jordan, both of Paris, and John Jordan, of Lexington, and Mrs. Sam Mackey, Mrs. M.J. Murphy and Misses Annie and Susie Jordan, all of Paris.

The funeral services were held at the Catholic Church, Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 o’clock, services being conducted by Rev. Father James Cusack.  Burial at Catholic Cemetery.

The pallbearers were: T. Lenihan, J.P. Hutchcraft, Ed McNamara, A.W. Cottingham, Earl Swearingen and R.M. Ice.


June 07, 1907, The Bourbon News (EDWARD DROHAN)
Ex-Parisian Dies

Mr. Ed. Drohan, former resident of this city, died in Covington, Tuesday, and was buried there Wednesday.  He was born and raised in East Paris, and is remembered by many here.


May 13, 1910, The Bourbon News
JOHN SCHWARTZ

Mr. John Schwartz, aged 46 years, died Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock after an illness of several months of locomotor ataxia, at his home on Pleasant Street.

Mr. Schwartz was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schwartz of this city, and during his early life was a noted musician, having been a member of some of the most prominent bands and orchestras in Central Kentucky.

He was twice married, his first wife being Miss Mollie Brannon and his second wife, who survives, was Miss Anna Toolin.  He is also survived by four daughters, Misses Irene, Ida Mae, Elizabeth and Margaret Schwartz.  Mr. Schwartz for years has been identified with the liquor business in Paris and was a prominent citizen.  He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.

The funeral services took place yesterday morning at 9 o’clock at the church of Annunciation, services being conducted by the Rev. Father Eugene DeBruyn.  Burial: in Catholic cemetery.  The pall-bearers were: M. J. Lavin, M. Flannagan, H. J. Santen, T. F. Brannon, Thomas McLaughlin, A J. Fee, Joseph Groache and Joseph Higgins.





MISCELLANEOUS MARRIAGES IN BOURBON COUNTY COURT RECORDS

Compiled by
Katrina Dorneman

BIDDLE

Biddle, Richard    to Catherine JONES, dau. of Abraham Jones, Oct. 2, 1827.
Biddle, Lydi(a), dau. of Richard Biddle, to Moses DEVORE, Jan. 3, 1809.
Biddle, James      to Betsy CALLOWAY. Bondsman John Thompson, July 12, 1809.


ROBINSON

Robinson, Alexander to Louisa POSY. Bondsman Bedford Stephens. June 17, 1822
Robinson, Dudley    to AUSENBERRY, Elizabeth . Bondsman Vincent Ausenberry. Sept 5, 1809
Robinson, Eli       to SHAWHAN, Elizabeth.. July 20, 1797
Robinson, James     to NISBET, Elpa. Bondsman John Robinson.  July 28, 1787
Robinson, James     to NISBET, Mary. Bondman Henry Mallory.  May 6, 1808
Robinson, John M.   to TWAY, Ann Butler. Biondsman Jas. D. Garrard. Guardian Ben Cochran. Sept 7, 1818
Robinson, John P.   to WILSON, Eliza. Bnsd. David Root.Parent Rebecca Wilson. Apr 1, 1837
Robinson, John W.   to CUMMINS, Carolin.   Feb 18, 1845
Robinson, Johnson   to LANGSTON, Polly Ann. Bondsman Abraham Langston. Mar. 16, 1829
Robinson, Joseph R. to MEDCALF, Mary.   July 24, 1833
Robinson, Samuel    to JAMESON, Rebecca. Bondsman Samuel Robertson. Apr 3, 1794
Robinson, Scarlet   to PEGGIN, Elgin. Bondsman Hezekiah Elgin.   May 27, 1807
Robinson, William   to RYNAL, Catherine. Bondsman Thed. Sherman. Apr 18, 1818
Robinson, William   to HILL, Mary Anne. Dec, 1796

and spelling versions of Robinson: (some Robinson's interchanged their
spelling with Robertson, Robeson, etc. in pre-Webster days):

Robertson, James    to CALMEAS, Mary. April 1795
Robertson, Nathan   to LEACH, Anne.   July 20, 1797
Robertson, Robert   to JONES, Susanna, dau. of Jacob JONES. Jan 10, 1793
Robeston, John      to BLACK, Sarah. Bondsman John Black. Oct 26, 1815

Katrina Dorneman
Laguna Niguel, CA
relatives@home.com
January 10, 1999










 
 
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THORNTON MARRIAGES

Submitted by Mary Hatton, 7/21/06
 
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Houston Marriages

Printed by Permission of the Bourbon County Genealogical Society (2003-2010)
Elizabeth Houston  to Andrew Ireland, July 29, 1800
Catherine Houston to Benjamin Hatcher, February 25, 1805
James Houston to Sarah Kendrick, September 5, 1805
Elijah "Ely" Houston to Lucy N. Simms, December 20, 1814
Robert Houston to Eliza Edwards, January 2, 1820
Robert Houston to Matilda Mitchell, May 16, 1822
James Houston to Abagail B. Kennedy, January 8, 1824
Abner Houston to Sally Horton, September 13, 1826
Marinda Houston to James H. Cambell, January 28, 1836
William Houston to Rebecca Hutsell, January 28, 1837
William Houston to Ann Hibler, April 23, 1835
A. Houston to Mary Brown, October 18, 1840
Allen Houston to Ruth Doyle, May 29, 1836
John K. Houston to Elizabeth Schooler, January 13, 1846
Jefferson Houston to Mary Houston, January 29, 1846
Quincy A. Houston to Mary Ann Gregg, November 11, 1851
Nanny M. Houston to Daniel Boone, May 23, 1866
Laura E. Houston to Albert G. Craig, February 11, 1868 [or 1888]
Fannie S. Houston to Wm. H. Clay Stone, June 7, 1871

McClelland Marriages of Bourbon County, Kentucky
Submitted by Sandra McKim Martinez (SMM1033@aol.com)

Printed by Permission of the Bourbon County Genealogical Society (2003-2010)


                                                             book/page

James McClelland Rachel Fight  21 aug 1797     1/29

John McClelland  Milly McCarty  16--1799     2/1

Jane McClelland  Robert E. Miller  9 jan 1800     2/4

Patsy McClelland  Joseph McKim     9 jan 1800     2/4

William McClelland  Polly Baker   27 jan 1800     2/4

Mrs Polly McClelland   James McClure 7 nov 1807  2/30
(was married to James McClelland)

William McClelland  Keziah Kerk  19 sep 1809     2/36

Elisha McClelland     Sally James 21 jul 1813   2/47

Elisha McClelland     Sally James 25 jul 1813   2/49

Patsy O.E. McClelland  Joseph Miller 22 may 1814     2/50

Patsy McClelland  Alex S. Miller  26 mar 1817    2/62

William McClelland  Louisa Miller  26 apr 1821  2/75

Mary McClelland   Mitchell Miller 4 feb 1847   2/187

Joseph McClelland  Martha A Turner 28 nov 1848  2/187

Jane E McClelland     John C Miller 4 feb 1847  2/187

Martha A McClelland  Wm H. Piper  23 sep 1852    3/11

Bettie L McClelland  Alfred Wilson 14 nov 1865 3/144
(witness: Wm Piper & Jno C Miller)


KENNEDY MARRIAGES

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NATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
VOLUME 66   MARCH 1878   Page 47
MARRIAGES FROM THE WESTERN CITIZEN, PARIS, BOURBON CO., KY. 1826-1866
COPIED BY ELIZABETH T. CLOUGH


Kennedy, Clabourne, married Miss Sidney Taylor of Nicholas County, 12 March 1831

Kennedy, David married Miss Ann M. Myall 7 November 1862

Kennedy, Eli married Miss Mary E. Kennedy 12 March 1841

Kennedy, Eli M., married Miss M. E. Allen, of Harrsion County 27 April 1860

Kennedy, George, married Sarah C. Scott of Fayette County 15 Feb 1850

Kennedy, Nicholas married Miss Eliza Dawson, 2 Jan 1852

Kennedy, Washington, late of Ky., married Miss Sarah Amos, daughter of A. Amos, near Pleasant Hill, Mo.  2 July 1858


TALBOTT AND DUNCAN MARRIAGES
BY ELIZABETH T. CLOUGH

Printed by Permission of the Bourbon County Genealogical Society (2003-2010)


Talbott, Courtney married Elizbeth , daughter of John Harp of Fayette County 25 Dec 1830

Talbott, Charles D. married Miss Emma Riace, 2 Oct 1849

Talbott, Charles P., married Miss Bettie daughter of Wesley Sparks of Harrison County  6 Nov 1851

Talbott, D.C., of Bourbon County, married Mrs, E. K. Stockton,  Married in Mount Sterling 13 Dec 1861

Talbott, Horatio, married Nancy Kennedy, 16 November 1849

Talbott, Richard married Amanda Reed 3 May 1850

Penn, Joseph A., married Miss Sally Ann Roger at residence of John Griffith 16 May 1862

Penn, Joseph married Margaret Hutsell 17 September 17, 1831

Duncan, James S. married Miss Mary C. William, daughter of George R. William 15 Dec 1843

Duncan, Samuel, married Elizabeth Shrader 15 January 1841

Duncan, Seth married Kiturah Talbott  22 Oct 1831


Miscellaneous Marriages

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Hale - McDowell - Marriage Bond Image
 
Holding - Sites: Sept. 7, 1818 - Marriage Bond Image
 
Marriages performed by Jno Allen Gano 1853: Image
 
Lewis C. Carter - Emily Parson Image 1; Image 2; Image 3
 
Marriages performed by Aylett Raines 1842: Image
 
Record of Marriages by Ministers 1786 & 1787: Image
 
Thomas Mills & Lydia Wilson dated 18th July 1786: Image 1; Image 2
 
Enoch Smith & Nancy Poston - Marriage bond between Enoth Smith & William Ward dated 17 Feb 1796: Image
 
James Ward & Elizabeth Nan Eaton - Marriage bond between James Ward & Joseph Hall dated 24 Aug 1796: Image
 
Jacoby - McLeod
J.W. Jacoby and Miss Lila McLeod, of Hutchinson precinct, will be married at the residence of Mr. James McLeod, on Thursday morning, Jan 29, 1885 -they will take a bridal trip to New Orleans.

Nickerson - Cowan - Image
Isaac Jeffries Nickerson and Margaret Cowan; bondsman James Gray; bond dated 07 March 1792

Parks - Darnell Image
Parks, John and Darnell, Nancy; bondsman Smith Darnall; bond dated 19 December 1797

Sidner/Cline & Baird/Gorden - Image: Front - Back
Nicholas Sidener & Nancy Cline dated 01 Dec 1796
Barzillai Baird & Mary Gorden dated 02 Dec 1796
Marriage Records: Book 5

Adair/Adair & Swinny/Scott - Image
Marriage Records 5
Marriage Bond of William Adair & Peggy Adair dated 22 Nov 1796, bondsman Phillip Byers
Marriage Bond of John Swinny & Jane Scott dated 29 Nov 1796, bondsman John Scott

Worthington/Hawkins - Image
KNOW ALL MEN by the Pretence, that we George Worthington & Samuel Hawkins are held  and firmly bound unto his  Excellency, James Garrard esquire. Governor of Kentucky and his successors, in the full and just sum of Fifty Pounds current money, to this payment of which well and truly to be made to our said Governor and his successors, we and each of us bind ourselves and every of our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and feverally by the presents sealed with our seals and dated this 28th day of August 1799.
The condition of obligation is that whereas a marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized between  the above bound George Worthington and Lydia Hawkins of the county of Bourbon/
Mow if there is no lawful cause to obstruct the said marriage, then this obligation shall be void, to remain in full force and virtue.
George Worthington (Seal)
Samuel Hawkins (Seal)
Teste:Tho. Arnold

Putname/Kendrick
KNOW ALL MEN by the Pretence, that we James Putman & Benjamin Kendrick are held  and firmly bound unto his  Excellency, James Garrard esquire. Governor of Kentucky and his successors, in the full and just sum of Fifty Pounds current money, to this payment of which well and truly to be made to our said Governor and his successors, we and each of us bind ourselves and every of our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and feverally by the presents sealed with our seals and dated this 28th day of August 1799.
The condition of obligation is that whereas a marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized between  the above bound James Putman and Betsy Kendrick of the county of Bourbon.
Mow if there is no lawful cause to obstruct the said marriage, then this obligation shall be void, to remain in full force and virtue.
James Putman (Seal)
Benjamin Kendrick (Seal)
Teste:Tho. Arnold
 
James Houston & Sarah Kendrick dated 28 Aug. 1805 - Image

Sabetur/Hornback
Submitted by Mary Hatton
The Marriage Permissive Slip and Marriage were located in the basement of the Bourbon County Courthouse but was not in the Marriage Register.
Marriage Permissive of William Sabetur & Cynthia Hornback - Image
I certified that Every appearance there an intention of marring between William Sabetur and Cynthia Hornback my step daughter she is of full age to choose for self so together with the consent of her mother given under our hands the 7th April 1807.
Jn. Musick
Marget. Hornback
Test
John Musick
Marriage Bond of William Sabatur & Cynthia Hornback - Image
Know all men by these presents that we William Sabatur and John Musick are held and firmly bound unto his Excellency Christopher Greenup Esquire Governor of Kentucky and his successors in the just and full sum of fifty pounds current money to the payment of which well and truly to be made we and each of us bind ourselves our heirs jointly and sevenally firmly by these presents; sealed with our seals and death this 18th day of April 1807.
The condition of the above obligation is such that where as a is shortly intended to be solemnized between the above the above bound William Sabatur and Cynthia Hornback of Bourbon County; if then is no lawful cause to obstruct said marriage then the above obligation to be void; otherwise to remain in full force.
William Savatur (Seal)
John Musick (Seal)
Teste
Cuthbert B, Gauace

To Cincinnati. Miss Handy , of Cynthiana, Goes to Wed Charles Adair
Date: 1897-01-15; Paper: The Morning Herald
Cynthiana, Ky., Jan. 14.-Miss Eunis Hendy, one of the handsomest young ladies of this county, left this morning on the 6 oclock north-bound train for the Queen City, where she will wed Charles Adair, of Bourbon county.  Both parties are connected with the best people of the community.  The to-be bride was accompanied by her mother.  It has been kept a profound secret, and will be a great surprise to the couples many friends.
Courtesy Mary Bishop

Miscellaneous Marriages
Contributed by Mary Bishop

Printed by Permission of the Bourbon County Genealogical Society (2003-2010)

Adair Marriages - Bourbon County


March 1797              William Adair to Peggy Adair

September 7, 1807   John Endicott to Nancy Adair

January 22, 1810      William P. Adair toAnn Griffith

January 11, 1811      Richard M. Adair  to Mary Polly Tarr

April 1st. 1813,          Jane Adair to Joseph Esham

June 4, 1811            James Farris Adar to Patsy Turner

October 3, 1815       Ambrose Sims to Rachael Adair

18 January 1823       Jesse Adair to Nancy Mc Caunohoy

October 4, 1832        Jesse M. Adair to Rhoda Bekeal

April 30, 1833           Thomas S. Adair to  Sarah Young

April 18, 1839           Thomas G. Adair to  A. Young

December 14, 1850   Dr. John Jackson Adair to Sallie Ewalt S/o Richard & Mary

November 25, 1884   Allen Percy Adair to Katie Stolworthy

March 13, 1891         Harry Bedford Adair to Mary Willis

December 7, 1884,    William Wallace Adair to  Lucy F. Butler

January 14, 1897      Charles T. Adair to Eunice McClure Hendy (Cincinnati, Ohio)

November 10, 1884   Anna Belle Adair to Wyatt Thompson   (Harrison Co)

August 19, 1903        Dr John Ray Adair to Sally Woodford

October 22,1895       Cynthia Ewalt Adair to Richard Metcalfe

October 18, 1887      Mary Eliza Adair to R. M. Stolworthy (Harrison Co)

September 18, 1930  Alice Francis Adair to Walter Thomas Perkins (Scott Co.)


Adair Marriages  - Nicholas County

June 1, 1835            Willis Merrill Adair to Ruth Moore            S/o Richard & Mary

March 6, 1845          Willis Merrill Adair to Ruth Workman  (Illinois)        

June 13, 1847           Willis Merrill Adair to Elizabeth Sprout (Illinois)         

December 23, 1847   Margaret Adair to William Brunker    D/o Richard & Mary

February 16, 1832     Olivia S. Adair to Arthur Trimble        D/o Richard & Mary 

September 30, 1834  Louise Adair to Robert Mathers           D/o Richard & Mary

December 23, 1851   Dr. Richard M. Adair III to Mary B. Hathaway,  S/o Richard

November 13, 1854   Robert Farris Adair to Sarah Isabell Dodson  S/o Richard & M.

October 24, 1849      Sarah N. Adair to Edmond Rankin    D/o Richard & Mary

                               Susan Coleman Adair to George Washington Foster, D/o Richard

October 29,1861       George Washington Adair to Mary Henry S/o Richard & Mary

                               Mary A. Adair to Dr. Neil Pitt  D/o Richard & Mary

August 25, 1841      James L. Adair to Linna Moore S/o Richard & Mary 



Clinkenbeard Marriages - Bourbon County

February 1, 1794      Job Clinkenbeard to  Jane Blythe

July 1, 1834             Jonathan Clinkenbeard to Jane Marr  D/o John Marr

October 15, 1823     Jonathan Clinkenbeard to Mary Clinkenbeard

May 12, 1827          Alex Clinkenbeard to Anne Davidson  D/o Samuel Davidson

February 10, 1829    Lucas Clinkenbeard to  Harriet Foreman

December 15, 1823  John Clinkenbeard to Susan Spicer  S/o Wm Clinkenbeard

June 4,1823             Jefferson Clinkenbeard to Susan McCall

October 21, 1788     Isaac Clinkenbeard to  Sarah Pullen   D/o Jedidiah Pullen


Tarr Marriages
Submitted by Mary Bishop

Printed by Permission of the Bourbon County Genealogical Society (2003-2010)


Bourbon Co marriage book 1786-1835:

Henry Tarr married Catherine Gill July 15, 1833

James Tarr married Jane Hall March 8, 1824

William Tarr married Anna Campbell September1797


In a book called Brides Index:

Mary Polly Rarr to Richard Adair 13 May 1811

Beverly Tarr to James Owens27 February1837

Hannah Tarr to Thomas Owens 22 November 1836

Reuby Tarr to James Owings March 1, 1837

Millie Turner to John B. Tarr 7 Sept. 1824


"The Paris Daily Enterprise"-dated March 16, 1944:
Clotfelter-Collins & Quisenberry-Kerr Marriages - Image

Printed by Permission of the Bourbon County Genealogical Society (2003-2010)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Schooler Marriages

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MISCELLANEOUS MARRIAGES IN BOURBON COUNTY COURT RECORDS   
Compiled by   
Katrina Dorneman   
   
BIDDLE  
Biddle, Richard to Catherine JONES, dau. of Abraham Jones, Oct. 2, 1827.   
Biddle, Lydi(a), dau. of Richard Biddle, to Moses DEVORE, Jan. 3, 1809.   
Biddle, James to Betsy CALLOWAY. Bondsman John Thompson, July 12, 1809.   
   
   
ROBINSON   
Robinson, Alexander to Louisa POSY. Bondsman Bedford Stephens. June 17, 1822   
Robinson, Dudley to AUSENBERRY, Elizabeth . Bondsman Vincent Ausenberry. Sept 5, 1809   
Robinson, Eli to SHAWHAN, Elizabeth.. July 20, 1797   
Robinson, James to NISBET, Elpa. Bondsman John Robinson. July 28, 1787   
Robinson, James to NISBET, Mary. Bondman Henry Mallory. May 6, 1808   
Robinson, John M. to TWAY, Ann Butler. Biondsman Jas. D. Garrard. Guardian Ben Cochran. Sept 7, 1818   
Robinson, John P. to WILSON, Eliza. Bnsd. David Root.Parent Rebecca Wilson. Apr 1, 1837   
Robinson, John W. to CUMMINS, Carolin. Feb 18, 1845   
Robinson, Johnson to LANGSTON, Polly Ann. Bondsman Abraham Langston. Mar. 16, 1829   
Robinson, Joseph R. to MEDCALF, Mary. July 24, 1833   
Robinson, Samuel to JAMESON, Rebecca. Bondsman Samuel Robertson. Apr 3, 1794   
Robinson, Scarlet to PEGGIN, Elgin. Bondsman Hezekiah Elgin. May 27, 1807   
Robinson, William to RYNAL, Catherine. Bondsman Thed. Sherman. Apr 18, 1818   
Robinson, William to HILL, Mary Anne. Dec, 1796   
   
and spelling versions of Robinson: (some Robinson's interchanged their   
spelling with Robertson, Robeson, etc. in pre-Webster days):   
   
Robertson, James to CALMEAS, Mary. April 1795   
Robertson, Nathan to LEACH, Anne. July 20, 1797   
Robertson, Robert to JONES, Susanna, dau. of Jacob JONES. Jan 10, 1793   
Robeston, John to BLACK, Sarah. Bondsman John Black. Oct 26, 1815   
   
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Bourbon County Thornton Marriages   

Grooms Name             Brides Name             Vol     Page    Date Married    Minister   
Thornton Benjamin       Lee, Betsy                  2       21      2 June 1804     Rich Thomas   
Mills, Benjamin         Thornton, Mary R.         2       27      25 Oct 1809   
   
Thornton, Henry         Ward, Patsy                 2       27      03 Nov 1806   
Thornton, William F.    McClanahan, Anna      2       48      14 July 1811    A. Eastin?   
Thornton, Lewis         Bedford, Nancy            2       48      14 July 1811    A. Eastin?   
Winston, Andrew T.      Thornton, Mildred R. 2       75      19 Sep 1820     John_   
Thornton, John R.       Owings, Eliza M.          2       88      5 Oct 1825      Moreland   
Hall, John H.           Thornton, Catharine R.     2       149     18 Dec 1828     N. H._   
Keningham, Benjamin     Thornton, Elizabeth L.2       175     18 Dec 1832     D. Whitney   
McAboy, Paradise L.     Thornton, Mary R.     2       185     24 Apr 1839     E. C. Young   
Stone, William          Thornton, Ann                 2       226     8 Apr 1845      C. A. _   
Tully, D. O.            Thornton, Catharine R.      2       239     27 Oct 1832     W. C. _   
Thornton, Thomas Towles Warfield, Susan R. 2       240     16 Nov 1836     Eli Smith   
Thornton, John B.       Fisher, Ellen                  2       241     24 Feb 1846     E. P. Pratt   
Thornton, Abel          Smith, Emily                   3       21      16 July 1853    G. B. Moore   
   
(Remarks for Abel Thornton and Emily Smith: "Free Persons of Color")   
O'Connell, John J.      Thornton, Mary E.         4       18   
Ellis, Roy Clifford     Thornton, Lucy Walker   4       54   
Drennan, Daniel         Thornton, Maria             4       192   
Dundon, Denis           Thornton, Anna C.        4       192   
   
    
   
Marriage Records Fayette County, Kentucky Volume II 1810-1814   

Walker Thornton to Salley Caldwell   
January 6, 1814   
Jno. Rootes Thornton, B.; Com. by gdn; Richard Hukill, W.   
   
    
   
Harrison County Thornton Marriages   
   
#2156 Marriage Index #1   
Whitney, Dewey & Thornton, Mildred R. Marriage Liscense-25 Aug 1827,   
Marriage Date-No Date, Minister-Samuel Taylor MG   
   
#2354 Marriage Index #1   
Whitney, Dewey & Thornton, Mildred R. (See Above) Marriage Liscense-,   
Marriage Date- 17 Nov 1828, Minister-Samuel Taylor   
   
    
   
For additional Harrison County Thornton marriages see also   
   
http://www.harrisoncountyky.us/marriages/general_marriage_index_no_1--ta.htm