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A white man of fair appearance and two ugly colored women came over the ferry about 2 o'clock to-day, and came up Broadway, attracting considerable attention by their loving conduct upon the streets. Officer Griffin arrested them and took them to the Police Station, where they stated that they were looking for the Court House and wanted to be married. The second colored woman was to be bridesmaid. They hail from Spruce street, St. Louis.
[East St. Louis Journal, 18 August, 1892]



East St. Louis Journal, March 1890 -- The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday in Belleville by County Clerk Phillip Rhein:


East St. Louis Journal, March 1890: The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday in Belleville by County Clerk Phillip Rhein:


East St. Louis Journal, 14 July, 1892 --
Marriage Licenses:


East St. Louis Journal, 19 September 1905
-- Marriage Licenses were issued in East St. Louis, yesterday, to the following couples:


East St. Louis Journal, 30 June, 1912 -- Marriage licenses were issued here Friday afternoon and Saturday to the following couples:


East St. Louis Journal, 30 June, 1912 -- Marriage licenses issued at Belleville:


East St. Louis Journal, 30 June, 1912 -- Marriages issued in Clayton (probably Missouri):



Some of these items were submitted by Billie Trail

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