I am searching for Adelia Perry, who married Henry Fitch Hubbard in Charlestown,New Hampshire, in 1847.
There was definitely a Perry family in Charlestown during the 18th and 19thcenturies, as recorded by The Rev. Henry Saunderson in his book "History ofCharlestown, New Hampshire" and published in 1879. Some of the data in his book relevant to the Perry family is given below. The rest of what is available can befound at http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/nh/sullivan/charlestown.htmhttp://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/nh/sullivan/charlestown.htm.
Unfortunately, Adelia Perry is not among these names, but she is identified in the Hubbard family section as having married Mr. Hubbard, and that marriage has been verified by another source.
I am hoping that somebody has researched the Perry family of Charlestown and has located Adelia Perry, and, if so, will post a reply.
Source: History of Charlestown, NH - Fort No. 4 by Rev. Henry H. Saunderson
p.520 Samuel Perry b. Sep 19, 1757 was the first of the name of Perry who settled atCharlestown, NH, Fort No.4. He m. Hannah Watkins b. May 30, 1764. Theirchildren: 1. Roswell Perry b. Oct 7, 1784 d. Apr 15, 1803. 2. Matilda Perry b. Oct 12, 1786 d. Sep 1795 3. Alpheus Perry b. Dec 18, 1788 d. Dec 18, 1814 4. Tryposa Perry b. Apr 7, 1791 d. Aug 1792 5. Samuel Perry, Jr. b. Mar 10, 1793 m. Phebe Westcott Nov 1815 had seven children and d. at Wisconsin, 1872 6. Charles Perry b. Apr 23, 1795 m. Polly Putnam of Claremont, NH on Nov 22, 1821. She d. at Charlestown, NH. He removed to Cleveland Ohio to live with his son and died there. 7. Willard Perry b. June 7, 1798 d. Aug 3l, 1807. 8. Ira Perry b. May 3l, 1800 m. Jan 6, 1821 Esther Meacham dau of James and Polly (Rhodes) Meacham b Jan 19, 1801. Their children and grandchildren are listed by Saunderson. p.521: Ira Perry...lived near the spot where his father settled in northern Charlestown, NH on a farm consisting of abt four hundred acres and was regarded as one of the best farmers and stock raisers in NH. He had often taken premiums at the Agricultural Fairs and at the last New England Fair held at Manchester, NH (1875) His oxen were so notably superior that they took the first premiums over all others which had been brought there from six New England States. 9. Ninth child missing from data on website but may be available in the actual book. 10. Lewis Perry (son of Samuel Perry) b. June 7, 1803 m. Dec 25, 1837 Lydia Ballou and he d. at Claremont 1865. 11. Parker Perry (son of Samuel Perry) b. Oct 2, 1806 d. at Charlestown, NH