Thanks for the help.I have a letter written about 1950 that says Amy Aldrich married John Youmans March 1, 1831, at 5:00 p.m. in Calamaque Co. (no state listed, although they lived in NY).Has anyone ever heard of Calamaque Co. or something that sounded like that, but maybe misspelled? Their children were Blanche Mary Youmans, b. March 1833; Jonson Y, b. Feb. 6, 1836; Amy b. Aug. 12, 1838; Turner A. (but I knew him to be George Turner Youmans from Civil War records); Lucinda (my ancestor, who married Wilson M. Woodruff from Steuben Co., NY); Albert Y who died in the Civil War; John Y b..Feb. 2, 1851; Malvina Jane b.June 10, 1853--her mother Amy died at childbirth or shortly after because it says Malvina was fed cow's milk through a goose quill wrapped in a bit of cloth.All this information was supposed to come from "an old record book we have"--which has very unfortunately, been lost. Since Amy named one of her sons "Turner", I've often thought of a Turner Aldrich connection.Is anyone connected with this family? I have all the obvious records like census and vital records--this family lived around the Bath, Thurston, Savona area of Steuben Co.Thanks for any help.