ATKINSON-GIBSON

On Wednesday last, at noon, at the residence of Mr. Morrow Gibson at Valley Grove, his daughter, Miss Celia, and Mr. John F. Atkinson were married, Rev. Dr. Campbell of Athens, Ohio, officiating, assisted by Rev. Mr. Coleman, of West Alexander. The attendants were Mr. A. J. DuBois, of Bellaire, and Miss Carrie Moore, of this city. A reception followed and all spent a pleasant time. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson receiving numerous congratulations and well wishes. They tendered their friends a reception at their home on Thursday evening, which was also highly enjoyable.
[Wheeling (WV) Sunday Register, Sep. 29, 1889]

BACHELDER - DOAN

Near Coolville, Athens county, Ohio, Jan. 16th, 1881, by Rev. W.H. Gibbons, Mr. Nathan Bachelder to Miss Havilah Doan.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 27, 1881]

BARNECUT-COLTER

On Sunday evening, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev A. Ho?ston, Mr Hoseph Barnecut, lately of Nelsonville, Ohio, and miss Nancy Colter, of Logan.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

BEAN-ROBINSON

March 14th, at the residence of the bride's parents by Rev Thos E Peden, Mr. Hamilin Beans of Canaanville, with Miss Minnie Robinson, of Savannah, Ohio
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, April 4, 1872]

BOBO-STONE

Dec 23rd, by Rev J ... Reynolds, Mr Jos J. Bobo and miss Alvira Stone, both of Athens township
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

CARPENTER-HAWK

At the residence of the bride's father. Mr Jas. L Hawk, near Springfield by Rev T.P.Thomas, on the 27th inst., Mr. J.L.Carpenter of Meigs county, to Miss Mary Hawk, of Clarke Co, O.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, April 4, 1872]

CONNOR-DAUGHERTY

MARRIED--at the residence of the bride's mother...(ink too thick)...Mr. M...L. Connor, of ...ville, to Miss Mary E Daugherty.
The Athens Messenger, Thursday Morning, February 15, 1883, pg 5

DAVIS - BOYD

MARRIED At the residence of Mrs. Jane Boyd, Athens, Ohio, June 22, 1876, by Professor Hugh Boyd, of Mt. Vernon, Iowa, Rev. John M. Davis, Ridgeville Indiana, to Miss J. E. Boyd of Athens, Ohio, daughter of Dr. J. E. Boyd (deceased) and Carloine Boyd.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, July 6, 1876]

ERWIN-CONKEY

Married Thursday eve., March 16, 1876, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Elder J. P. Ewing, Mr. Andrew Erwin and Miss Phebe Conkey, all of Marshfield, Ohio.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, Thursday, March 23, 1876]

FERREL-ROBBINS

Mr. Thewell Ferrel, of Bolen's Mills (Vinton Co.), and Mrs. Elizabeth Robbins of Albany, Athens county, were married recently, they were aged respectively at about 60 and 70 years.
[The Athens Messenger, Nov. 25, 1880]

FINSTERWALD-SAMS

Finsterwald - Sams - Married, On Sabbath, April 11th, at Clarks Chapel, just preceding religious services, by Rev. D.J. Smith, Mr. Peter Finsterwald to Mrs. Dorcas Sams, both of Athens county, Ohio
[The Athens Messenger, Thursday, April 15, 1875]

FITZHUGH-DAWSON

At the Cornell House, Dec. 28th, 1880, by Rev. J.M. Nourse, Thorton H.C. Fitzhugh, of Harrison county, West Va., to Miss Norra W. Dawson of Parkersburg.
[The Athens Messenger, December 30,1880]

FORD-LONG

The the residence of Weed Coats on the 22nd ult. by Rev. J. M. Nourse, George Ford to Miss Columbia Long.
[The Athens Messenger, February 3, 1881]

FULLER-ALLEN

The nuptials on Thursday evening last of Mr. H.H. Fuller and Miss Lillie E. Allen, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. And Mrs. David Allen, near Athens, and at which Rev. President W. H. Scott officiated, all of the large assembly present who we have seen concur in characterizing as a highly pleasant occasion, the numerous guest being generously and hospitably entertained by their urbane host and hostess, and the fleeting hours of the evening until far into the night being rapidly borne along on the wings of the most agreeable social intercourse. Many valuable and useful presents testified, we are told, the warm esteem entertained for the bride and groom by their wide circle of friends. This young couple, there is full assurance for believing, are happily matched, and as far as human prescience can peer into the future, they have before them a happy and prosperous wedded life.
The good citizens of Stewart are manning a crusade against the saloon keepers of that place. We need such work at Frost, as intemperance is on the increase at this place. This liquor traffic is seriously affecting the civil institutions of our country and if not squelched or checked, our Republic will moulder into decay sooner or later
[The Athens Messenger, Jan. 6, 1881]

HOLCOMB-BROUSE

MARRIED - At the the residence of the bride's parents, Nile township, Scioto county, Ohio, Tuesday evening, December 7th, 1880, by Rev. J. W. Dillon, Chancey M. Holcomb, Attorney at Law, of Gallipolis, Ohio, and Miss Alice Brouse.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER AND HERALD, Athens, Ohio, December 16, 1880]

HOLDCROFT-HANSON

SHARPSBURG— George Holdcroft of Broadwell and Miss Eliza Hanson of Hermon who were married last week were given a "belling". A room was cleared at the home of the bride's father, G.J. Hanson and an oldfashioned dance was held.
The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12

HOOD-SAMS

MARRIED--Near Pleasanton. on Sabbath April 4th, 1875, by Rev E.N. Nichols, Mr Andrew Hood, of Belmont county, O., and Miss Mary D. Sams, of Athens county, Ohio.
The Athens Messenger, April 8, 1875

HOWE - RITTENHOUSE

MARRIED - At the residence of Wm. Rittenhouse, Esq., Burning Springs, on the 21st ult., by Rev. C. E. Woodruff, Dr. Lou Howe, of Hamden, Ohio and Miss Anna Flint Rittenhouse, of Wirt.

HUMPHREY-ROOT

Married - at the M.E. Parsonage in Athens, by Rev. M. V. R. Knans, on the 27th of Jan., 1881, Mr. Wesley Humphrey and Miss Elizabeth Root, all of Torch, Ohio.
[The Athens Messenger, February 3, 1881]

HUNTER-ADAMS

Also at the same time and place by the same (At the Cornell House, Dec. 28th, 1880, by Rev. J.M. Nourse), Mr. Joseph O. Hunter of Harrison county, West Va., to Miss Hester A. Adams, of Taylor county, West Va.
[The Athens Messenger, December 30, 1880]

JOHNSON-DAVIS

Dr. J. W. Johnson, of Nelsonville, who erewhile was a resident of Athens, during his medical studies with Dr. Lash, was recently married to Miss Lydia F. Davis of Sunday Creek.
[The Athens Messenger, Jan. 11, 1883]

KALE-LADD

At the bride's parents, Dec. 29, 1880 by J.M. Malcomb, J.P - Mr. Albert Kale, of Shoals, Martin county Ind., to Miss Aletha Ladd, of Rome township (Ohio).
[The Athens Messenger, December 30, 1880]

LYMAN - HUNNYCUT

MARRIED June 21st at the residence of the bride's mother in Dover township by Rev. J. G. Potter, Mr. Wm. Lyman to Miss Emma Hunnycut.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, July 6, 1876]

KINCADE - CARPTENTER

Married April 10th, 1875, at the residence of Rev. C. Rose, by him, Mr. J. W. Kincade and Miss Lydia Carpenter, all of Athens, Ohio.
[The Athens Messenger, Thursday, April 15, 1875]

MANSFIELD-LOVE

Dr. M. L. Mansfield of Stewart and Miss Jessie Love of Athens were united in marriage on Monday evening by Mayor Wilson at his office in the city hall.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, Oct. 4, 1894]

MASON - WOODWORTH

At the home of the bride, Millfield, Athens county, Ohio, on Jan. 12th, 1881, by J.R. Allen, J.P. Mr. Thos. J. Mason to Miss Carrie Woodworth.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 27, 1881]

MOORE — WILLIAMS

On the 29th of April, at the parsonage of the M.E. Church, in Coolville, Athens county, O., by Rev D. Horlocker, Mr. Wallace H. Moore and Miss Carrie E. Williams, both of Franklin county, O.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, May 14, 1863]

MORRISON-DICKSON

On the 26th by the same, Mr. George Morrison and Miss Frances Dieckson, all of Alexander.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

PARISH-HUMPHREY

Dec 24th, 1867, by Rev C.D. Gurtiss, Mr. Joseph P. Parish and Miss Lucy Humphrey at the residence of the brides parents, in Troy T.P., Athens county, Ohio
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

PARSHALL-JOHNS

At the bride's parents in Athens, on Thursday, Dec 23, 1880, by Rev. J.M. Nourse, Mr. John G. Parshall, of Greenfield, O., to Miss Ada Johns. The young bride's friends in Athens whose name is legion, cordially join in congratulations over the above named nuptials which embrace promises of the happiest results.
[The Athens Messenger, December 30, 1880]

PRUDEN-PHILLIPS

By Rev C.H. Warren, on the 18th inst., Mr Samuel Pruden and Miss Elizabeth Phillips, all of Athens county
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, October 2, 1862 pg 3]

RICKEY-ROBINETT

MARRIED--On the 24th day of March, at the residence of Rev Hamilton Carr, at Jackson, Ohio, Mr. John Rickey, of Athens county, to Mrs Hetty Jane Robinett, of Vinton county, Ohio
The Athens Messenger, April 8, 1875

ROBINSON-HOISINGTON

John Robinson and Jennie E. Hoisington were married by Rev. Harmon, at the C. P. parsonage in this place, Tuesday evening of last week.
[Athens, Ohio, September 27, 1894]

SARGENT-McGEE

at Miamitown, Ohio, on Tuesday morning December 24th, 1867, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev Bernard Kelly, Mr. M.B.Sargent to Miss Jennie McGee.
—Our bachelor kinsman has yielded at last. To the happey people we extend our hearty congratulations.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

SHIRLEY-SEDWICK

At the the residence of the widow Sedwick, in Bern township, Dec. 23, 1880, by L.E. Hedges, J.P., Mr. George P. Shirley to Miss Edna Sedwick.
[The Athens Messenger, December 30, 1880]

SOUTHERTON-JOHNSON

Married - In Athens, O., Jan. 14, 1881, at the residence of the officiating minister, Rev. Cyrus Rose, Mr. Edward Southerton to Miss Florence Johnson.
[The Athens Messenger, January 13, 1881]

SPAULDING-RICHMOND

Married Wednesday, February 23rd, 1876, at the residence of Mrs. Sarah A. Morton, in Dover township, by Rev. Wm. H. Scott, Mr. John H. Spaulding and Miss Charlotte F. Richmond.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, Thursday, March 23, 1876]

TOUGH-STONE

Dec 25th, by the same, Mr Henry Tough and Miss Adaline Stone, both of Athens township.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

VERNON-DEW

In Wesley, 19th inst., By B.F.Arnold, J. P, Wm. Vernon, of Athens Co, and Miss Clarissa Dew, of Wesley.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

WAREHINE-KNOWLTON

On the 25th of December, by Rev Ira Z Haning, John H. Warehine and Grace Knowlton, all of Leo.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, January 2, 1868]

WEMMER-WOLD | PIERCE-LOVE

Jacksonville: J. M. Wemmer was married on September to Loma Wold of Portland, O., and Clyde Pierce to Vallie Love of Dexter, O. The happy couples will make their future homes in Jacksonville.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER AND HERALD, Athens, Ohio, September 20, 1894]

WHITE-TINKER

Married On March 16, 1876, at the residence of the bride's father in Trimble township, by Elder N. W. Moody, Mr. William White to Miss Alvira Roxanna Tinker.
[THE ATHENS MESSENGER, Thursday, March 23, 1876]

WILSON-ADAMS

At the marriage today of our young medical townsman, Dr. Chas. L. Wilson to Miss Lucy Adams, at the residence of the bride's parents in Warren, Rev. Dr. N.P. Bailey, of Massillon will officiate and Dr. E. A. Kelley, of the athens Asylum, will figure as one of the groomsmen, and Misses Lizzie and Anna Constable, of Athens, as bridesmaids.
[The Athens Messenger, December 30, 1880]

WILSON-CRAWFORD

MARRIED--On April 4th, at the residence of Mr Samuel Stinchfield, brother-in-law tothe bride, by Rev. D.J. Smith, Mr. A.J. Wilson to Miss Saidee L Crawford, both of Athens county, Ohio
The Athens Messenger, April 8, 1875


WILSON - HAVELTON

Married, On Sunday evening, January 7th, 1883, in Lodi township, by W. S. Williams, J.P., Mr. Elmer G. Wilson and Miss Ella A Hazelton
[The Athens Messenger, Jan. 11, 1883]


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