Found on the 1880 census of Utica, Oneida Co., NY, pg. 253
Leanard, Frank, age 20, born 1860 in England, occupation: molder, parents B England
Leanard, Rachel, age 21, born 1859 in NY, occupation: tailoress, father born Germany, mother born England
Poll, Rosie, age 12, born 1868 in NY, sister, occupation: works in cotton mill
Poll, Lanie, age 11, born 1869 in NY, sister, occupation works in cotton mill
So, the surname is incorrectly spelled for both of them; Rache's maiden name was likely Pohl (German) but whoever gave the information to the census taker about Frank and his parents being born in England is incorrect.I would guess that Frank and Rachel married one or two years prior to 1880. It could have been in a different county...but Rachel's family did live in Oneida County:
Going back to the 1870 census of Utica, Oneida Co., NY is the household of
Ellen, age 44, born 1826 in Wurttemberg, Germany
Paul, Mary, age 13, born 1857 in NY, works in cotton factory
Paul, Rachel, age 10, born 1860 in NY
Paul, Wilhelmina, age 8, born 1862 in NY
Paul, George, age 6, born 1864 in NY
Paul, Rosella, age 2, born 1868 in NY
Paul, Ellen, age 1, born 1869 in NY
Again, the census taker probably used the phonetic spelling of Pohl (or he didn't quite understand whoever gave the information.
The mother's name was the first one on the page.Rachel's younger sisters Rosie and Lanie would be Rosella and Ellen, I believe.
You were successful in finding Frank's 2nd and 3rd marriages, maybe you can find one for Frank and Rachel.
Maybe using other spellings of Leonard might work to find Frank after about 1897 (Lennard, Lennart, Learned, Leanard)
Posted by J.