Archive:Vital Records, Maine, Lincoln County Marriage Returns
Judith Holbrook Kelley and Clayton Rand Adams, comps. and eds., Marriage Returns of Lincoln County, Maine. Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No. 39 (Rockport, ME: Picton Press, ).
Lincoln County was formed in 1760.
p. 28: May 3, 1829, Goram Whitney & Olive Paine, both of Litchfield, by David Starret.
p. 28: Oct. 22, 1829, Reuben Whitney, Jr. & Mary C. White, both of Litchfield, by David Starret.
p. 38: Dec. 25, 1832, Thomas Whitney NOTE & Ephia Linnekin, both of St. George, by Benjamin Eames.
p. 44: Aug. 11, 1833, Joseph Thompson & Elizabeth Whitney, both of Thomaston, by Caleb Fuller.
p. 52: Oct. 12, 1834, Richard S. Messenden & Abigail S. Whitney, both of Bath, by Silas Stearns.
p. 65: Oct. 23, 1836, Levi Whitney of Richmond & Mary Hutchins of Bowdoinham, by Luther C. Stevens.
p. 70: June 25, 1837, Charles B. Ellis & Mary E. C. Whitney, both of Bath, by Silas Stearns.
p. 84: Dec. 31, 1839, Jeremiah M. Knowlton of Northport & Beatrice M. Whitney NOTE of Union, by Phineas Bond, Pastor of the Baptist Church in Warren M.E.
p. 90: Sept. 20, 1839, Mr. William Whitney & Miss Eliza Brown, both of Thomaston, by Francis W. Baxter.
p. 94: [erased] 1840, John F. Lockheart & Abigail S. Whitney NOTE, both of Bath, by George Webber, M.G.
p. 126: Aug. 25, 1842, Mr. Obadiah Gardner, Jr. of Union & Mrs. Ephia Whitney NOTE of St. George, by Benjamin Eames, M.G.
p. 141: Apr. 19, 1844, Mr. John Whitney & Miss Almira Turner, both of Lisbon, by Albert W. Purrington.
p. 141: Aug. 9, 1842, Mr. James Strout of Durham & Miss Mehitable Whitney of Lisbon, by William Woodward, Esq.
p. 151: Apr. 30, 1846, Mr. Micah Higgins of Portland & Miss Mary Ann Whitney of Lewiston, by Wm. R. French, M.G. [Lewiston]
p. 153: Nov. 9, 1844, Mr. Ebenezer B. Thurston of Monmouth & Mrs. Sarah Jane Witham of Lisbon, by Benjamin Whitney, Esq. [Lisbon]
p. 170: Jan. 6, 1846, Mr. Samuel L. Whitney of Lisbon & Sarah Clark of Lewiston, by Eld. David Lancaster. [Lisbon]
p. 205: Dec. 21, 1847, Mr. William H. Curtis & Miss Isabel B. Whitney, both of Lisbon, by Jonas Fisk, M.G.
p. 205: Nov. 14, 1847, Mr. Albion K. P. Whitney & Miss Malinda Mountford, both of Lisbon, by J. C. Knowlton, M.G.
p. 215: no date [prob. 1848], Mr. Charles W. Thompson & Miss Jane H. Whitney NOTE, both of Topsham, by Rev. Jonathan Clement of Topsham.
p. 231: Mar. 14, 1850, Mr. Joseph D. Whitney & Miss Ann Sarah Whitney, both of Lisbon, by Edward P. Briggs.
p. 240: Oct. 19, 1850, Americus A. Long & Miss Mary E. Whitney, both of Thomaston, by Atwood Levensaler, J.P.
p. 241: June 30, 1851, Capt. Lincoln Patten & Miss Mary E. Whitney, both of Topsham. [Topsham]
p. 248: Sept. 12, 1850, Mr. Isaac Whitney & Mrs. Amanda M. Saltmarsh, both of Lewiston, by W. R. French, M.G. in Lewiston.
p. 256: Oct. 22, 1848, Mr. Oliver Whitney of Belgrade NOTE & Mrs. Sarah Tibbits of Bath, by Rev. M. E. Cox. [Bath]
p. 268: June 24, 1851, Otis Whitney & Miss Elizabeth C. Nickerson, both of Richmond, by P. F. Bainard.
p. 268: Aug. 24, 1852, Mr. Hudson Hunter of Richmond & Miss Livana Whitney NOTE of West Gardiner, by Libby Plumer, J.P. [Richmond]
p. 311: no date [apparently 1856], Mr. Erastus F. Whitney of Friendship & Caroline R. Sterling of Thomaston, by Geo. A. Starr, J.P. [Thomaston]
p. 338: Nov. 2, 1809, Mr. Maddan Long & Mrs. Mary Whitney NOTE, both of St. George.
p. 340: Feb. 23, 1815, Mr. Hanes Whitney & Miss Jane Robinson, both of Thomaston.
p. 346: May 22, 1783, Isaac Whitney & Sarah Trufert, by John Merrill. [Pownalborough]
p. 347: Nov. 16, 1783, Abner Stevens & Lydia Whittney, by John Merrill. [Pownalborough]
p. 347: Oct. 26, 1784, Increase Bliffen & Isabella Whitney, by John Merrill. [Pownalborough]
p. 354: Jno. Whitney, M.G., returns, Littleboro [no dates, apparently ca. 1789].
p. 357: Dec. 3, 1789, Mr. John Whitney & Mrs. Lois Wadsworth, both of Camden, by David Fales, Esq., J.P. of Thomaston.
p. 359: Sept. 2, 1787, Thomas Whitney & Anna Stubbs. [Orrington]
p. 391: June 11, 1840, John C. Whitney NOTE of Newbury & Agnes C. Rogers of Phipsburg, by A. Reed, Esq. [Phippsburg]