A very pleasant double wedding occurred
at 9 o'clock Wednesday, July 22, at Memphis, Tenn.
The parties were Professor E. C.
White of this city and Miss Grace
D. Matthews of Memphis and Mr.
John Murphy of Ash Grove, Mo., and
Miss Barber, formerly of the
faculty of Woodland college, Independence.
Profressor and Mrs. White arrived in the city
Thursday evening. They will make an eastern trip.
(Source: Kansas City Times, July 26, 1885,
page 9. Contributed by Peggy Thompson)
Day - Lavalle
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Oct. 28. –
After being married here by a justice of the peace
Al C. O’Day, a Springfield capitalist, and his
bride of a week have gone to Kansas City to be
married by Bishop Lillis of the Catholic Church.
Mrs. O’Day was formerly Miss Clementine Lavalle.
Both are Catholics, but were married by a justice,
the ceremony being said at midnight. O’Day is a
son of the late John O’Day, formerly
vice-president of the St. Louis & San
Francisco Railroad and a figure in state
Source: Kansas City Star (Kansas
City, MO) Sunday, 18 Aug. 1912; transcribed by
We were pleased to
welcome home to our city, with his young bride,
Capt. Al. Demuth, who has been passing the
"Honeymoon" in the East. He resumes his
official duties as Clerk of the County Court which
position he fills with ability.
Springfield Leader, Springfield, MO., May 9,