In 2010, I published a partial list of marriages of Scipio and Fleming folks that I found in a transcription from the Dutch Reformed Church of Fleming records. Fleming is our next door neighbor, and many of the other names are familiar so I had decided that I would publish them as well.
My last publication took us through April 11th of 1847. There was one more marriage recorded that year; thee December 2nd marriage of John H. Polhamus of Harlingen, NJ to Helen Van Middlesworth of Sand Beach. You may recall that Sand Beach was the name of the hamlet near today's traffic circle by Emerson Park, and was the name for several years of the Dutch Reformed Church located there. Harlingen is in Montgomery County, NJ and there is a Harlingen Reformed Church there still worshipping today.
Now we have arrived at 1848. The first marriage recorded is between William De Groff of Fleming and Helen Holmes of Scipio. November 8th, Charles Burlew of Springport married Phebe Wyckoff of Fleming, NY. On December 25th, 1848, Isaac D. Guyer of N. Y. (so I believe of New York City) married Miss Anna C. Clarkson of Brooklyn. It would be interesting to know what the tie to central NY was for this young couple to travel here to get married.