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ADAMS - KLENE
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT (sent to Wm. G. Robinson) 
Mr and Mrs Thomas Clemens Klene  invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter Florence Irene to Mr E. Roscoe Adams on the evening of Wednesday the nineteenth of September 1917 at eight o'clock at their residence in Oakdale, Ill.
[Sub. by Kathryn Todd]

FISHER - OWEN

Jacob Fisher and Dricila Owen, daughter of Major Owen, were married last Tuesday by William Bennett, JP (date would be 02 May 1817)
[Western Intelligencer, 07 May 1817]

HILLMAN - HIBBARD
Married, At Coultervulle, Ill., April 25th, by the Rev. Wm. Bratton, Francis D. Hillman, of Avon, N.Y., to Miss Josphine L. Hibbard, of Attica, N.Y. (The Journal And Republican (Lowville, NY) – Wednesday, May 16, 1860; JD, Sub by foFG)

LOCKHART - BARTON
Charles Lockhart and Catherine Barton were married on 18 Sep 1817 by John M'Ferron. She is the sister of Capt Joseph Barton
[25 Sep 1817]

REYNOLDS - M'DONOUGH
Thomas Reynolds of Madison County and Polly M'Donough of Randolph County were married on 31 Oct 1817 by Alexander Barbour
[Western Intelligencer, 06 Nov 1817]

ROBINSON - NEILL NUPTIALS    
At the home of the bride's parents, Mr & Mrs James Neill, north of Coulterville, on Wednesday, May 25th, 1904, at noon, Miss Della Catherine Neill was united in marriage to Mr. William G. Robinson.  The ceremony was performed by  Dr. J.L. Chesnut, of Coulterville, Ill.. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Neill and is one of the most charming and handsome young ladies in the community.  The bridegroom is well known, and is the son of the late Mr. James Robinson and Mrs. Robinson.  For some time he has resided in St. Louis, (4285 Swan Ave), where, in the suburb at Maplewood (3203 Byron Place), he has recently built a neat and substantial home.  This will be their future home.  A splendid dinner was provided for the guests and the afternoon was pleasantly spent in conversation and sport.  Mr and Mrs. Robinson were the receivers of many useful and beautiful gifts.  The Republican joins their many friends in wishing them abundant sucess.  
[Note: they later moved to the "underground railway" farm at McKinley station, then retired in Coulterville - Sub. by Kathryn Todd]

STAM - KIMMET
George Stam, Jr and Betsy Kimmet where married 19 Nov by Judge M'Ferron
[Unknown newspaper, 20 Nov 1817 - Sub. by Kathryn Todd]

 





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