JEFFERSON COUNTY, KANSAS

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Marriages Notices
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BLOOMER, AMES ~ SMITH, JENNIE

Married On Thursday, July 20, 1876 at the residence of Walter Evans, Esq., by Judge J. L. Williams, Mr. Ames Bloomer and Miss Jennie Smith all of Oskaloosa.

Ames is one of our most enterprising and agreeable young business men and his many friends about town will join with us in wishing him and his bride all manner of happiness and prosperity. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, July 22, 1876, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BOOTH, WM. T. ~ BOOTH, EMMA

Married on New Year's Eve Wm. T. Booth and Miss Emma Booth, of Jefferson County. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, January 10, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BUCKLEY, M. S. ~ LEE, MARY H.

Married Feb. 19th, 1873, at the home of the bride, by Rev. L. d. Price, Mr. M. S. Buckley, of Mt. Florence and Miss Mary H. Lee of Oskaloosa. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, February 15, 1873, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CAMERON, NOAH ~ WARREN, EMMA Q.

Valley Falls - The many friends of Miss Emma Q. Warren will be rather surprised to hear of her marriage. We learn from a reliable source that the event took place at Lawrence on Thursday last and that Mr. Noah Cameron was the fortunate man of the happy couple. We take the opportunity to extend to them our best wishes. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, June 10, 1876, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CARSON, J. W. ~ WHITE, MATTIE M.

Married - On the 6th, inst., at the residence of the bride, by Rev. J. Dodds, Mr. J. W. Carson and Miss Mattie M. White all of Winchester. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, October 11, 1873, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CONWELL, WM. E. ~ VALENTINE, ELIZABETH J.

Married - On Sunday, Nov. 17th, 1872, in the Plum Grove, M. E. Church, south by Rev. T. C. Downs, Mr. Wm. E. Conwell, and Miss Elizabeth J. Valentine all of Jefferson County.

Our best wishes go with the united pair. May they be ever happy. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, November 23, 1872, transcribed by Jim Laird)

COOK, A. W. B. ~ WIGGINS, DEBBEY E.

Married - June 23d, 1874 by Rev. L. D. Price at his residence, Mr. A. W. B. Cook, Esq., and Miss Debbey E. Wiggins, both of Oskaloosa, Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, August 27, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FERRIS, WALTER JR. ~ TRAVIN, PATRICIA

Tarvin - Ferris

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ferris of Winchester, formerly of McLouth, are the proud parents-n-law of a new daughter, presented them by their son, Walter Jr.

The bride is Miss Patricia Tarvin, daughter of Mrs. Ann Tarvin, of Oketo, Kansas and the wedding took place in the Methodist parsonage at Marysville, Kansas at eight o'clock Wednesday evening, September 8.

The bride's sister and her husband were the only ones in attendance as the Rev. Dwight Dussair read the service.

The young couple will make their home in Leavenworth where Walter is employed as guard at the State Prison at Lansing. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Thursday, September 16, 1948, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FOLSOM, HERBERT ~ MILLARD, FRANCES A.

Married - July 30th, 1873 by Rev. L. D. Price, at his residence in Oskaloosa, Mr. Herbert Folsom and Miss Frances A. Millard, both of Oskaloosa.

May the sunshine of prosperity ever be with you and round about this happy couple. Herb's many friends unite in wishing him "exceeding great joy." (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, August 2, 1873, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FOSTER, J. C. ~ JOHNSON, JENNIE

We hear that J. C. Foster, Esq., and Miss Jennie Johnson were married last Thursday eve. We have no official notice of the fact, but if it was true we extend our good wishes. May they live long and happily! (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, January 2, 1875, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FULLER, HENRY ~ THOMPSON, ELLA

Henry Fuller and Ella Thompson were married on Tuesday. Happiness be with them. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, February 28, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HAMILTON, W. A. ~ KIRKPATRICK, EMMA

Married.--Oct. 15, 1874, at 7 p.m. by Rev. Jacob M. Stallard, at the residence of John Kirkpatrick, Esq., Sugar Grove, Ind., Mr. W.A. Hamilton of Oskaloosa and Miss Emma Kirkpatrick, of Sugar Grove.

Our heartfelt good wishes go with Bro. Hamilton on his voyage of life. May the sunshiny days far out number the cloudy ones, and all the clouds have a very bright silver lining.

The newly joined couple will start for Iowa the morning after the wedding, and will reach this place, probably, about the 23d inst., when we bespeak for them a warm welcome. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, October 17, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LeFEVER, CHRISTOPHER ~ SINNARD, SARAH JANE

Married on New Year's Eve, Mr. Christopher LeFever and Miss Sarah Jane Sinnard of Jefferson County. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, January 10, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PIPER, JOHN ~ LYTTON, ELIZA E. G.

Married Feb. 22, 1874, at the residence of Lake Clarke, Esq., by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. John Piper of Jackson county and Miss Eliza E. g. Lytton of Jefferson County. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, February 28, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

REYNOLDS, THOMAS ~ McLANE, LUCY

Married at the residence of the Justice, by Floyd Garrett, on Sunday, August 13, 1876, Mr. Thomas Reynolds and Miss Lucy McLane (Perry). (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, August 19, 1876, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROBBINS, CHARLES C. ~ MYERS, MARGARET

Married - On Wednesday, August 24th, 1870 at the Frontier House by Judge J. F. Bliss, Charles C. Robbins and Mrs. Margaret Myers both of Grasshopper Falls. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, August 27, 1890, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROBERTS, WM. ~ LEAVERTON, ELIZABETH

Married - Nov. 15, 1874, at the home of the bride, by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. Wm. Roberts and Miss Elizabeth Leaverton both of Oskaloosa, Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, November 21, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCOTT, ROBERT M. ~ KIRKPATRICK, SARAH K.

Married - On Tuesday, July 11, 1871, at the residence of the bride's father, Carlyle, Allen Co., Kansas by Rev. Mr. Lynn, Robert M. Scott of Oskaloosa and Miss Sarah K. Kirkpatrick.

We wish the wedded pair all the happiness promised by their fondest hopes and abundant prosperity in their journey through life. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, July 22, 1871, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STANDIFORD, JOHN E. ~ BYWATERS, MOLLIE V.

Married - On Thursday, March 19th, at the residence of the bride's father, by elder J. Clay of Camden Point, Mo., Mr. John E. Standiford, of this city and Miss Mollie V. Bywaters of Platte City, Mo.

We wish John and his bride their full share of prosperity and happiness. May their path be a bright one!

(The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, March 28, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STANLEY, W. E. ~ HILL, MISS

It is reported that Mr. W. E. Stanley, of Wichita, formerly of Oska., gives up his single blessedness this week and will take unto himself of a life partner in the person of MIss Hill, an accomplished young lady of Wichita. May they be happy. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, May 6, 1876, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STEVENS, VICTOR M. ~ NEWHOUSE, CARRIE

Married June 12th, 1872 at the home of the bride, by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. Victor M. Stevens, and Miss Carrie Newhouse, both of Oskaloosa. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, June 15, 1872, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STEWART, J. W. ~ LEWIS, ELIZABETH

Married - On the 2nd inst., by the Rev. H. Kirkpatrick, Rev. J. W. Stewart and Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, both of Jefferson County, Ks. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, November 20, 1875, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STUART, W. D. ~ BLEDSAW, MELINDA

Married - August 18, 1874, at the residence of John Stuart, by Rev. C. L. Shackleford, Mr. W. D. Stuart, and Miss Melinda Bledsaw, all of Jefferson county. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, August 15, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TALLENTIRE, JOHN R. ~ BURDICK, EMMA M.

Married - April 6, 1873 at the residence of G. W. Lowman, Oskaloosa by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. John R. Tallentire, of Osborne City, Kans., and Miss Emma M. Burdick, of Oskaloosa.

Our good wishes go with the above couple. May they have a life of happiness and prosperity. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, April 12, 1873, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THARP, MORGAN ~ MINOR, ELIZABETH

Married - On Wednesday March 25th, 1874 at the residence of W. Z. Snearly, this city by Rev. Mr. Miller of Jefferson twp., Mr. Morgan Tharp, of Jefferson township and Mrs. Elizabeth Minor of Oskaloosa. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, March 28, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TODD, J. D. ~ HALL, EMMA

Married - October 9th, 1872, at the home of the bride, by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. J. D. Todd of Jackson Co., Mo., and Miss Emma Hall, of Oskaloosa, Kansas. (the Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, October 12, 1872, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TROWER, L. J. ~ LEGER, SALLIE E.

Married - Tuesday, July 4th, 1871 by Rev. T. F. Houts, at his residence, Mr. L. J. Trower and Mrs. Sallie E. Leger, all of Oskaloosa. We heartily wish the happy couple a pleasant and prosperous journey through life. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, July 8, 1871, transcribed by Jim Laird)

UNDERWOOD, E. S. ~ METZGER, LOUISA

Married - August 6, 1874 at the residence of D. B. Baker, Esq., Oskaloosa by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. E. S. Underwood and Miss Louisa Metzger, both of Jefferson County. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, August 8, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

VALENTINE, CHARLES E. ~ CONWELL, LUCINDA E.

Married, March 2d, 1873 at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. T. C. Downs, Mr. Charles E. Valentine and MIss Lucinda E. Conwell, all of Jefferson Co., Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, March 8, 1873, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WAITE, JACK ~ ESHELMAN, GERTRUDE

Our friend Jack Waite of the firm of Lord & Waite, was married last week to Miss Gertrude Eshelman. Jack has an 'armful,' and if a "225 lbs. stone" don't warm his bones this winter, we miss our guess. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, August 12, 1876, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WEBB, R. D. DR. ~ ELLMAN, LENA

Married on Wednesday, evening 8th inst., Dr. R. D. Webb and Miss Lena Ellman, all of Jefferson Co., No Cake. (Nortonville) (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, March 18, 1876, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WEEDMAN, S. W. ~ CHAPMAN, ANN

Married - August 29th, at the home of the bride, by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. S. W. Weedman, late of DeWitt Co., Ill., and Miss Ann Chapman, daughter of N. Chapman, Esq., of Oskaloosa twp. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, September 2, 1871, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WHORTON, F. M. ~ RUSSELL, JULIA L.

Married - Jan. 28, 1874 at the residence of J. M. Russell, Oskaloosa township, by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. F. M. Whorton, of Wabunsee Co., Kan., and Miss Julia L. Russell of Oskaloosa, Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, January 31, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILLIAMS, JONATHAN ~ TAYLOR, ALICE

Married on Saturday, Feb. 8th, 1873 at the United Brethren parsonage in Rock Creek township by Rev. J. Stewart, Mr. Jonathan Williams and Miss Alice Taylor, all of Jefferson County, Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, March 8, 1873, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILSON, T. J. ~ PENCE, CLARA

Married - On the 15th inst., at the home of the bride, by Rev. J. Robinson, Mr. T. J. Wilson and Miss Clara Pence, eldest daughter of J. Pence, Esq., of Fairfield, Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, October 21, 1871, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WISE, RICHARD ~ WARREN, EMMA

Married - January 7, 1875, by Rev. Mr. Holliday, Mr. Richard Wise and Miss Emma Warren, all of Sarcoxie township, Jefferson County, Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, February 6, 1875, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WORSWICK, EDWARD L. ~ LACY, MARY R.

Married - October 27, 1872, at the home of the bride, by Rev. L. D. Price, Mr. Edward L. Worswick, of Wisconsin, and Miss Mary R. Lacy of Oskaloosa, Kansas. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, November 2, 1872, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WRIGHT, AUGUSTUS ~ TUCKER, MARY ALICE

Married - On Saturday, July 4, 1874, at the home of the bride, by Rev. G. A. Irvin, Mr. Augustus Wright of Beloit, Kansas and Miss Mary Alice Tucker of this city.

The happy couple will leave the city next week and the fair bride has many friends who will regret to she her depart. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, July 11, 1874, transcribed by Jim Laird)

YORK, J. E. ~ LOVELL, MOLLY

Our friend J. E. York, operator of the depot, was married on Saturday evening last to Miss Molly Lovell at the residence of M. P. Hillyer. Rev. L. B. Wilson officiating. (The Oskaloosa Independent, Saturday, July 22, 1876, transcribed by Jim Laird)

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