Married, at Taylor, Nebraska on September 17, 1925, C.L. Copp, county judge, performing the ceremony Samuel Arthur Hurder of Almeria, Nebraska and Miss Beda O. Anderson of Comstock, Nebraska. Congratulations- Taylor Clarion- Mr. Hurder is the Almeria-Taylor-Sargent mail carrier, having bought the route from Frank Stohl
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent Nebraska, Oct. 1, 1925
Married-Thursday noon at Taylor, by Judge Cooley, Miss Lillie Roe, aged 19, to Mr. Fred Finley, aged 24. Each of the contracting parties is well and favorably known in this community, where they have resided most of their lives. The New Era joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous union.
Source: Sargent New Era, Sargent NE, Aug. 5, 1899
Miss Ruth Thompson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson and Forrest Worm eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Worm were united in marriage at Taylor, NE, on Tusday October 18, at 6:00 p.m. at the home of Rev. Massie. The attendants were Miss Betty Thompson, sister of the bride and Stanley Satterfield. A wedding supper was served, Tuesday evening at the home of the brides parents.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent, NE, Nov. 3, 1938
We understand that Mr. George Troxel of Almeria and Miss Amy Cody of Cummings Park were married Sunday the 7th inst.
Source: Sargent New Era, July 20, 1901
The Leader is glad to chronicle the marriage of temp Wykoff and Miss Hazel Doty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doty. The happy event occurred at Taylor on Wednesday of last week. Both of the contracting parties are well known in this community and have a large circle of friends, who with Leader extend to them their heartiest wishes of happiness and success.
Source: Sargent Leader, Thursday Jan. 25, 1912.
According to the TaylorClarion Karl R. Young and Miss Erma Dewey, both of Gates were married by Judge C.L. Copp of Taylor on Sunday, August 31st
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Sept. 4, 1919
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