MARRIED. Rife--Allega.--On the 20th ult., by Rev.
Thos. S. Allen, Mr. David Rife, of Carroll county, and
Miss Mary Ann Allega, of Chariton co.
Times (Glasgow, Mo.) Thursday, April 3, 1856. Submitted by Kathy
We congratulate our friend J. P.
Goodson upon having captured Miss Catron, one of Lafayette's most
accomplished daughters, for a wife. They were married last week at
the residence of the bride's parents five miles southeast of
Lexington. We have no particulars of the wedding, but presume from
the well known taste of the bride and groom, that the arrangements were
Source: The Wakenda Record, Carrollton, MO., Sept. 28,
Hancock - Keidel
W. L. Hancock, .barber at W. S.
Henry's shop, and Miss Emma Keidel, a popular young lady late of Norborne,
were married yesterday at high noon by Judge Wm. Morrissey. The happy
couple will reside in this city.
Source: Moberly Semi Weekly Monitor
(December 4, 1906) transcribed by FoFG mz
Arlie Smith of Hale and Miss Elizabeth Andrews of
E. T. Weicker and Mrs. Silvia Bradshaw, both of Mendon,
Chariton county, were married in Carrollton Sunday
Harry Hallemeier of
St. Charles County and Miss Minnie Koch of Carroll County.
Keltner. and Miss Edith Elliott and both Carrol county.
courier. (Keytesville, Chariton County, Mo.), October 07, 1904, Image
CARROLL MARRIAGES. Virgil Forsythe of Brookfield and Miss Cora Bowlware
of near Hale.
Eugene Martin of Smith township and Miss Carson of
Harvey Veatoh of near DeWitt and Miss Dollie Burrus of
Carroll F. Newport and Gertrude Howard, both of
Chariton courier. (Keytesville, Chariton County, Mo.),
April 27, 1906, Image 3