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Vigo County Indiana

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BIRTH



DIVORCE



MARRIAGE

CRISSEY - STEELE
Married on the 5th of March, 1868, in St. Louis, by the Rev. S. W. Harkey, D. D., Mr. Samuel B. Crissey of Decatur, Ill., and Miss Mattie A. Steele, of Terre Haute, Ind. [Decatur Republican, Decatur, IL  March 12, 1868; sub. by NP]

ELDER-SEEMAN
Daily Wabash Express, Terre Haute, Vigo County, 2 Feb 1889
The following marriage announcement was received here yesterday:
Mr. and Mrs. James Elder announce the marriage of their daughter, Minnie, to George F. Seeman, Thursday afternoon, January 31, 1889, Hashville, Tenn. At home at 818 Ohio Street, Terre Haute.
  The evening before a few of Mr. Seeman's friends received word of the event but his many friends are not all yet aware that he has so completely prepared a surprise for them. The bridal couple arrived here yesterday morning.

MEYZEEK-HARRIS
Daily Wabash Express, Terre Haute, Vigo County, 29 Dec 1883 - transcribed by J.S.
The nuptials of Mr. David Harris and Miss Ida Meyzeek were celebrated at the residence of the bride's father, J.E. Meyzeek, on last Thursday evening, Rev. Dr. Reeves, rector of the Episcopal church at Worthington, officiating. The bride's costume was very elaborate, consisting of white satin handsomely decorated with orange blossoms. After the ceremony the choicest viands of the season were served in fine style. Mr. and Mrs. Harris will reside in the northeastern part of the city, where they have a very attractive and well furnished home. The young couple have the best wishes of many friends. the presents were valuable and many, as will be seen by the following:

Sewing machine, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Meyzeek
China tea set, Mrs. W.F. Pierce, of New York
China ice cream set, Miss Anna MeKeen
Linen table cloth, Mrs. H.C. Pugh
Vases, tidies and napkins, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Walker
Linen table cloths, Mrs. R.W. Thompson
Toilet set, Mr. and Mrs. George Malad
Silver butter dish, Mrs. Campbell and Keener
Marble top center table, Mrs. W.R. McKeen
China tea pot, Mrs. A. Price
Glass wine set, Mrs. C.H. Washington
Towels, Mrs. A. Malone
Silver cake stand, Miss E. Dyre
Silver pickle castor, Mrs. C. Lytle
Card receiver, Mr. J.R. Lytle
Toilet perfume case, Mr. S.W. Stuart
Jewelry case, Mr. Eldridge
Sliver knives and forks, Mr. Eldridge
China ornaments, Mrs. Frank McKeen
Silver napkins rings, Mrs. W.E. Johnson and daughter
Glass tea set, Mrs. John Bell, of Paris
China pitchers, Mr. and Mrs. H. Harrison
China bread plate, Mr. Thomas
Linen table cloth and napkins, Mrs. Birch
Quilt, Mrs. E. Richey
Silver table spoons, Mrs. Glend Soronto
Tidy, Mrs. M. Lawson, of Logansport
Silver tea spoons, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Sanders
Cake and cake stand, Mrs. Esther Fanver
Vases, Mrs. Julia Caldwell
Parlor lamp, Mr. Frank Smith
Spread, Messrs. Crawford and Will McKeen
Mirror, Mrs. Wm. Howard
Linen table cloths, Mrs. L. Blake
Glass fruit stand, Mr. Peter Wells
Flowers and flower stand, Mr. and Mrs. G. Berkshire
Same, Mr. C.H. Washington
Bridal veil and flowers, Mrs. Geo. C. Duy
Linen napkins, Mrs. Brooks and daughter
Butter dish, Miss Mamie Daniels
Linen table cloths, Miss Sarah Taylor




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