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Courtney - Swearinger
MARRIED--In the city of Rich Hill, Mo., on Thursday, November 27th at 3:30 pm at the residence of Geo. E. McReynolds, Mr. John M. Courtney of Butler, Mo., and Miss Mamie Swearinger of Rich Hill, Rev. L.P. Siceloff of Fayette, Mo., officiating. A few relatives of the contracting parties were present. Mr. Courtney is well known as a gentleman of fine standing, having been for a number of years one of the leading stock men of the county. Miss Swearinger is well and favorably known in Butler and Rich Hill has an estimable lady of high moral character and fine social qualities. After partaking of a sumptuous dinner and enjoying an hour in social pleasure, the bridal party departed for Kansas City, and the guests disperse to their several homes.
Source: The Butler Weekly Times, Dec. 4, 1902, Image 5, submitted by a FOFG, Gwen Rogers

Marriage License issued
Jesse R Delemater, of Rich Hill, Mo., and Hattie E Graham, of Pittsburg (The Pittsburg Headlight, Pittsburg, Kansas: December 12, 1901)
Submitted by Rick Evans

Oh carry the news.  Mr. Andrew Ray and Miss Harriet L. Randall were hitched up in the matrimonial harness, by the REv. John D. Wood on the 22d, inst.  May their pathway through life be strewn with flowers of the sweetest fragrance.  The parties reside in Bates.  Hurrah for Bates.
Source: The Butler Weekly Times, Butler, MO., Dec. 28, 1881

Seelinger - Norton
Butler, Mo., Feb. 21. – Mr. William Seelinger and Miss Mary Norton were married here to-day.
[Source: St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO) Thursday, 22 Feb. 1900; transcribed by FoFG mz]

M.V. Strab and Lavina Sage, were yoked up at the Palace Hotel on Thursday evening.  Elder Brown of the Baptist church tied the knot for the happy twain.  We wish them a long pull, a strong pull and an altogether pull, up the hill of life.
Source: The Butler Weekly Times, Butler, MO., Dec. 28, 1881

Hand in hand, and heart in heart, Mr. Williams and Miss Buck were united in marriage at the residence in this city of the fair bride's father on yesterday (Wednesday) evening by Elder Brown of the Baptist church.  He once was lost, but now is found.
Source: The Butler Weekly Times, Butler, MO., Dec. 28, 1881

Frank Zinn and Miss Sarah Oldham wre united in marriage Sabbath eve at the home of the bride's parents at __o'clock, Rev. Coulter officiating.
Source: The Butler Weekly Times, Butler, Mo., Oct. 8, 1896



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