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Marriage Announcements
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KENT - PLOTNER
Miss Olive Plotner Weds Paul W. Kent - Bucyrus Girl Marries Bucyrus Man Monday.
Miss Olive Plotner, of Martel, and Mr Paul W. Kent, of Bucyrus were married Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the Good Hope Lutherin parsonage at Bucyrus. The ring service was read by Rev. O. A. Bertram, and the couple was unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Kent will make their home with the groom's father at Bucyrus. [The Marion Star (Marion, Ohio) 19 Sep 1922, p. 16, tr by KT]

MARSH - JENKINS
Galion, Oh- Jan 2- Determined to escape from the pranks of friends Miss Nova Jenkins and Robert Marsh were married in an auto between Galion and Shelby yesterday. The Rev. E. E. Lasnley performed the ceremony. [Lima Daily News, Jan 2, 1917 - Sub by L. Dietz]

MILLER - WOLF
On Sunday the 19th ult. by Zalmon Rowse, Esq., Mr. Harry Miller, to Miss Magdalane Wolf, all of Bucyrus. [The Sandusky Clarion (Sandusky, OH) 1 Jan 1825, pg 3, tr by KT]

PETTITT - MARSHALL
Married in Springfield, Richland Co., on the 11th, inst., Rev. Rowland, Rev. John Pettitt, of Bucyrus, to Miss Elmira A. Marshall, of the former place.  [The Summit County Beacon (Akron, OH) 26 Jan 1842, pg. 2, tr by KT]

TOMPKINS - EISE
MISS ESTELLA EISE WEDS P. L TOMPKINS - Ceremony Said at Bucyrus by Rev. E. R. Tasman.
Miss Estella Edna Eise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius T. Eise, of Galion, and Mr. Paul L. Tompkins, of Bucyrus, were married Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Bucyrus. The ring service of the Episcopal church was read by Rev. E. R. Tasman, at his home. Mrs. Tompkins has been employed as a stenographer with the Galion Iron works. Mr. Tompkins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tompkins, of Bucyrus and has recently been employed in Chicago. [The Marion Star (Marion, Ohio) 19 Sep 1922, p. 16, tr by KT]
 

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Licenses Granted:


DEWEESE-COTSAMIRE
Bucyrus - A marriage license was issued Thursday to Woodrow DeWeese, 27, Bucyrus, rubber worker, son of Forest and Bernice DeWeese, and Opal Mae Cotsamire, 24, Bucyrus, daughter of John and Laura Cotsamire. [The Marion Star, Mar 2, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]

HOWE-HAASER
William L. Howe, 30, Minden, La., student and Margaret H. Haaser, 22, Bucyrus, clerk. [The Marion Star, Apr 10, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]

LIGHT-MORRISON
Raymond F. Light, 22, Crestline, Navy, and Betty J. Morrison, 22, Crestline, secretary. [The Marion Star, Mar 2, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]

MCDONALD-HEISER
Earl D. McDonald, 22, Galion, tool & die maker, and Grace L. Heiser, 19, Galion. [The Marion Star, Apr 10, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]

NELSON-DIESCH
Lester Nelson, 27, Galion, laborer, and Alice F. Diesch, 22, Galion, factory worker. [The Marion Star, Apr 10, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]

PRY-SCHAFATALL
Lewis E. Pry, 22, farmer, Crestline, and Carol J. Schafatall, 19, secretary, New Washington. [The Marion Star, Apr 11, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]

SCOTT-WILSON
Eugene P. Scott, 33, Bucyrus, shipping clerk and Gertrude A. Wilson, 23, Bucyrus, clerk-typist [The Marion Star, Apr 10, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]

WISEMAN-HOWELL
Carroll M. Wiseman, 32, Bucyrus, cab driver, and Zelemma J. Howell, 28, Bucyrus, waitress. [The Marion Star, Mar 2, 1946 - Sub by L. Dietz]




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