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Abbott - Goddard
Will Be Married This Evening.  The marriage of Miss (Jacqueline) Abbott to Mr. Henry Houts Goddard, of Mt. Carmel, will take place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Abbott, this evening at 6:30.  The young couple will leave on the 10:45 train for Chicago, where they will be the guests of the family of the groom's uncle, L.A. Goddard, president of the State Bank of Chicago.  Details of the wedding next week.  [Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL) 5 JAN 1910]


Cawood - Locke NEW
Last night at nine o'clock at the M. E. parsonage in our city, occured the marriage of our prominent fellow-townsman, A. Vance Cawood to Mrs. Sarah A. Locke.  The only guests present were the groom's sister, Mrs. Noah Reed, and husband.  Mr. and Mrs. Cawood left this morning for California by way of New Orleans to be gone a month.  When they return they will be at home at Mr. Cawood's residence on East Plum Street.  [Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL) 20 APR 1910]

Kitchell - Welsh NEW
Miss Nora Kitchell and Mr. Ray Welsh drove to Robinson late yesterday afternoon and were married at the Christian parsonage by Rev. McGaughey.  The bride is the popular and pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Kitchell, and the groom is a fine young man and the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Welsh.  The WABASH PEARL joins their many friends in extending congratulations.  They will reside on the Smith farm 6 miles southwest of town.  W.F. Smith moved yesterday to Flat Rock and will engage in the insurance business.  Mrs. Laura Smith will reserve two or three rooms and spend part of her time on the farm. - Wabash Pearl [Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL ) 9 MAR 1910]

Kincaid - Funk NEW
Estmere Funk, of near Flat Rock, Ill. and Miss Leona Kincaid, of near Palestine, Ill., came to this city Saturday and after procuring the necessary papers, went to the residence of Rev. L.W. Porter, pastor of the Grace M. E. Church, where they were united in the holy bonds of wedlock.  Mr. Funk is one of Crawford County's successful teachers, and the bride is the daughter of Willoughby Kincaid, a well-to-do farmer.  They were accompanied by Mrs. Audrey Robb of Stoy, a sister of the groom.  May long life and success attend them.  - Newton Press [Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL) 16 MAR 1910]

McQueen - Welton NEW
As we go to press meager data is at hand in regard to the marriage of one of Robinson's charming yound ladies, but enough has been obtained to insure at least brief mention.  Miss Georgia McQueen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.E. McQueen, who has been attending school at Greencastle, Ind. threw her musty books into a remote corner and fled to the protecting arms of Mr. Clarence Welton, a young gentleman from Ohio, also a student at Greencastle, last Thursday at Paris, and came on here for the paternal blessing of the bride's parents.  The happy young pair left today for Birmingham, Alabama, where they will make their future home.  We are truly sorry not to be able to give more minute particulars of this happy romance, but hasten to join the young lady's many friends in congratulations and well wishes.  [Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL) 16 MAR 1910]

Morrison - Henderson NEW
Word has been received here from friends of Miss Jennie Morrison, who went to Colorado last week, that upon her arrival in Denver she was married to Alonzo Henderson, formerly of this city.  Mr. Henderson is engaged in the grocery business in Denver.  [Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL) 30 MAR 1910]

Newlin - Hawkins
Married, Dec 10th, at the residence of the bride's parents north of Oblong, Haden Newlin and Miss Etta May Hawkins, Rev. A. ___-hirst officiating. [The Sumner Press (Sumner, Illinois) 27 Dec 1894]

Routh - Correll
At 6 o'clock p.m. on Dec. 29th, at the home of the bride's parents, in the presence of a few relatives and friends, occurred the wedding of Miss Stella Routh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Routh of West Union, to Lester Correll, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Correll, of Trimble.  Rev. Wheeler of Lawrenceville officiated.  Refreshments were served and the young people were recipients of many beautiful presents.  [Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL) 5 JAN 1910]

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