Callaway County, Missouri Genealogy Trails

Miscellaneous Marriages

Buchanan, William, and Martha Curtis Warren
all of Calloway Co., Mo., were married there by the Rev. Mr. Bulware. (April 12)
Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K. Torp

Callaway - Terry
Fulton, Mo., June 12. – The marriage of Miss Martha Ann Terry, daughter of Judge W. R. Terry of this city, to Doctor William Lee Callaway of Chicago took place at the Christian Church this morning. The Reverend R. G. Frank officiated. They will live in Chicago.
Source: St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO) Wednesday, 13 June 1900; transcribed by FoFG mz

MARRIED.--In Portland, on the 7th inst., Mr. J. P. Rogers and Miss Virginia Maddox, all of Portland, Mo.
[Glasgow Weekly Times (Glasgow, Mo.) Thursday, July 21, 1859.Submitted by Kathy McDaniel]

Mr. Dick Theane and Miss Sallie Tate were married on the 12 inst.  On the 13th Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Brashear invited a number of their friends to meet the bride and groom at their house, where they had a sumptuous repast prepared for the occasion and which turned out to be one of the most enjoyable feasts imaginable; the old and the young were there and all enjoyed it alike.  Squire Arnes, who has passed his three score and ten, was there, and acted as though he had been using the Bellama water and was made young again, and took his seat at the table between two pretty girls and seemed to be happy and as he lifted a glass of sparkling Columbia wine, was heard to say to a lady on the opposite side of the table (who was sitting by the side of Mrs. Arnes)
"Sagen sie meine Fran ich habe in meinem loben noch nichts besseres gethan." (Tell my wife I never was happier in my lifethan at the present time.)  John Blackburn, who is not much younger than Squire Arnes, was there and acting over his younger days, enjoying himself and adding to the enjoyments of others; and about the time supper was through along came the chavrivari band, when the bridesgroom and many others selected such bells, horns, and other things that would make a racket, and met the boys in the yard and joined in the general shouts until finally there were trays of the "goodies" carried out when each and all of the charivari band had enough they disbanded and went home as happy as boys ever get; and in the small hours of the morning this pleasant gathering of neighbors repaired to their respective homes, filled with pleasant thoughts of the enjoyments of the evening.
Source: Fulton Telegraph, Fulton, Calloway Co. MO., Dec. 24, 1880

In Helena, January 31, 1875, at the residence of Mr. J.R. Boyce, Jr., by Rev. W.C. Shippen, Hon. Peyton T. Williams of Helena to Miss Missie Bevens of Callaway County, Missouri.
Source: Helena Weekly Herald, Helena, MT, Feb. 4, 1875

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