February 25, 1800, Tennessee Gazette: MARRIED: On Sunday evening last, WILLIAM P. ANDERSON, Eq., to the amiable Miss NANCY BELL, both of Davidson County.
August 25, 1802, Tennessee Gazette: MARRIED , on Thursday the 19th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Craighead, Dr. WILLIAM DICKSON, member of Congress, to the amiable Miss POLLY GRAY, daughter of Major Gray of Davidson County.
November 13, 1802, Tennessee Gazette: MARRIED, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Thomas B. Craighead, Mr. JAMES DESHAI, merchant, Gallatin, Sumner County, to the amiable Miss LUCINDA LOCKET of Nashville.
February 23, 1803, Tennessee Gazette, Nashville, Feb 23: MARRIED, on the 13th inst., Dr. JAMES WALKER of Clarksville, to the amiable Miss HARRIOT BLANKS, from North Carolina.
October 3, 1804, Tennessee Gazette: MARIED, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Thomas B. Craighead, Doct. JAMES L. ARMSTRONG, to the amiable Miss SOPHIA SMITH, daughter of Maj. Smith, all of Sumner County.
March 6, 1805, Tennessee Gazette: MARRIED, by the Rev’d Tho’s B. Cragehead (sic – Craighead), THOMAS CHILDRESS, merchant of Nashville, to the amiable Miss PATSY CURTIS, daughter of Mrs. Curtis’s of this county, on the 24th day of February 1805. Omnia vincet amor, et nos cedamus amori.
August 23, 1806, Tennessee Gazette: MARRIED, on Thursday the 14th instant, Mr. JOSIAH WOOLDRIDGE, to the amiable Miss ZEKIAH NICHOLS, both of this county.
February 21, 1807, Tennessee Gazette: MARRIED, on Friday the 13th inst., near Lexington, Kentucky, Mr. DANIEL BRADFORD, Editor of the Kentucky Gazette, to the truly amiable and deservedly admired Miss ELIZA RUSSELL, daughter of Gen. William Russell of Fayette County.
August 9, 1809, Carthage Gazette (TN): Notice: It happened on the 4th of December last, I was married to JEMIMA BURGESS, daughter of Thomas Burgess, Esq., a citizen of Warren County and state of Tennessee, with an intention of trying to accumulate a living to subsist in life, and this being the 8th month of our marriage, I have seen nothing but trouble and distress and uneasiness of mind, and other reasons of a bad nature, which induces me to take this method, via. I forewarn all persons from trading with my wife Jemima Stuart, or taking any measures with her that will be expensive to me, as I will not pay any of her contracts nor any description of expenses whatever. This from under my hand this 25th day of July, 1809. THOMAS STUART
March 16, 1810, Tennessee Gazette: MARRIED, on the 10th instant, ARCHIBALD W. OVERTON, Esq., to the amiable Miss POLLY DIXON, daughter of Major Tilman Dixon, all of Smith County.
March 21, 1836, National Banner and Nashville (TN) Whig:
MARRIED: On the 18th February, RICHARD D. STORR, formerly of this place, to Miss CAROLINE WILLIAMS of Boonville, MO. ---- On the 2nd inst., Mr. CHARLRES L. KING, formerly of this place, to Miss SARAH M. PATRICK of Decatur, Ala.