The Vayu Purana mentions Parvati as having four sisters:
मैनाकचैव दौहित्रो दौहित्री च तथा ह्युमा ।
एकपर्णा तथा चैव तथा या चैकपाटला ॥ ४ ॥
गङ्गा चैव सरिच्छ्रेष्ठा सर्वासां पूर्वजा तथा ।
पूर्वमेव मयोद्दिष्टं शृणुत्वं मम सर्वशः ॥ ५ ॥
(Who are the Pitrs) whose grandson was Maināka and whose grand-daughters were Umā, Ekaparnā, Ekapātala and Gargā, the excellent among all rivers and the ancestral domain of all? As enunciated by me earlier, you may know that all (again).
I also came across the following passage in the Harivamsha:
The king of the mountains had three daughters through Mena: Aparna, Ekaparna and Ekapatala as the third. These three performed austerities that were extremely difficult even for the gods and the danavas. They thus tormented the worlds, with their mobile and immobile objects. Ekaparna had only a single leaf for food. Ekapatala only ate a single patala flower. One of them ate nothing at all. Miserable and driven by maternal affection, her mother said, “Uma” and tried to restrain her. The goddess, the performer of extremely difficult austerities, was thus addressed by her mother. In the three worlds, the beautiful one came to be known as Uma.
The great-souled and intelligent Asita-Devala was a great brahmana and a preceptor of yoga. Ekaparna was given to him as a wife.
Know that, in a similar way, Ekapatala was bestowed on Jaigishavya.
We know enough stories about Ganga but does any other scripture mention any details about the other two sisters of Uma and their spouses?