Tuscola County Michigan
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|CHOATE, William||HUTCHINSON, Sabina Elen||04 Aug 1887||d/o Russell & Elizabeth (Patterson) Hutchinson. Witness to their marriage was Matilda & Albert Greenwood, (Information from Nancy Dalle) After their marriage they lived in Gratiot Co. They had 3 children - Charles, Wm. and Arthur. Wm died 4 Sep 1909 place unknown.|
|HUGHES, Charles E. Jr.||STUART, Marjorie B.||This June Bride First Vassar Girl of 1914 Class Wed/ Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Haery C. Stuart of New York city, married Charles E. Hughes, jr., son of United States Supreme Court Justice Charles E. Hughes, this month, was the first member of the 1914 class of Vassar to become a bride. Mr. Hughes is a practicing attorney in New York. [Jackson Citizen Patriot, July 15, 1914 - Transcribed by AFOFG]|
|McTAGGERT, Zora E.||FICTLEY, Lottie||Hit The Rocks: Michigan Farmer Just Married, Runs Out of Funds On Honeymoon Tour
/ Gazette Special Service)/Vassar, Mich., Oct. 5 - Securing a bride at Greenfield, Ohio though a matrimonial agency, Zora E. McTaggert, aged 22, got as far back as Monroe and ran out of money. He and his bride stayed at the Park hotel there. Zora left his bride and came home. Sheriff Dull came here and arrested him on a charge of jumping a $46 board bill. A friend raised the money and he was released.
The bride arrived last evening and they went to the farm of John Springsteen, where McTaggert has been living, to continue their honeymoon.
The bride was Miss Lottie Fictley, aged 20. McTaggert is a hard worker, but has been of the opinion for the past two years that he was a detective, having been taken in, he says, to the amount of $75 by a detective agency.
[Kalamazoo Gazette, October 6, 1906 - Transcribed by AFOFG]