From "History of the Western Reserve," by Harriet Taylor Upton, H. G. Cutler, Editor of the Lewis Publishing Company; and a staff of Leading Citizens... [The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago/New York, 1910], Vol. 1, p. 537:
Ashtabula -- Catherine Braddock and Beverly Star.
Andover -- Polly Carpenter and Artemus Smith.
Conneaut -- Aaron Wright and Anna Montgomery.
Colebrook -- Cleora Phillips and Asahael Canfield.
Dorset -- Mr. Griffin of Morgan and "widow of Abitha Sutliff." Women were surely such relics in early days that their own names are not used even after their husbands died.
Hartsgrove -- Fred Alderman and Ann Burgess, 1828.
Harpersfield -- William Harper and Miss Robinson, 1808.
Jefferson -- Jonathan Warner and Nancy Frithy, 1807.
Lenox -- Sallie Randall and Nicholas Miller, 1810.
New Lyme -- Susan Peck and Calvin Knowlton.
Morgan -- J. B. Battell and Lydia P. Gellett, 1803.
Monroe -- George Ferguson and Maria Harrington.
Plymouth -- Julia Hubbard and Walker Richmond.
Richmond -- Nicholas Knapp and Elvira Rockwell.
Rome -- Jerusha Crowell and Erastus Flower.
Sheffield -- Miss Mendall and Major Moore, 1817.
Trumbull -- Ezra and Laura Griffin?
Wayne -- Philemia Brockway and Samuel Fobes.
Williamsfield -- Samuel Tuttle and Lois Leonard, 1812.
Windsor -- Jonathan Higley and Kesiah Griswold, 1806.
Fair Warning: Transcribed as is [transcription errors are possible]. Some of the marriages listed may not be factual but just what the "leading citizens" said. Published histories and genealogies should not be considered primary documentation.