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DOWDY - BILLOT and DOWDY - MEEK
FATHER OFFICIATES AT TWIN MARRIAGE OF SONS
Cleveland, Nov. 5 -Rev. Frederick S. Dowdy, pastor of Miles Avenue Church of Christ here, officiated last night at the double marriage of his sons, aided by Rev. William O. Norris, Chillicothe pastor, his son-in-law. Married were Dr. Frederick A. Dowdy, 27, of Birmingham , Ala. , to Miss Anne M Billot, 23, of Moundsville, Ala , and Rev. Barton O. Dowdy, ?, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa, to Miss Kathleen L. Meek of Cleveland.
[Lima News Nov 5, 1940 - Submitted by Linda Dietz]

EVERET - RICHARDS
MARRIED. --By Rev. J. H. Vance, Esq., April 8th, at the residence of Wm. Richards, of Girard, Mr. Frank D. Everet of Cleveland, and Miss Mary A. Richards, eldest daughter of Wm. Richards.
[Source: "Western Reserve Chronicle", (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, April 22, 1868]

HART - THOMPSON
Eugene Hart and Miss Marion Thompson of Cleveland were married Wednesday, April 17, at Dunkirk, N.Y. They will be at home to their friends at 1357 Warren Road, Lakewood, Ohio, after June 16. Mr. Hart was a former Oberlin boy and has many friends here who will extend best wishes for a happy marriage.
[Oberlin News April 24, 1912 - Sub. by Mrs. Carole Dick]

HERRON - COLLINS
In Cleveland, Ohio, on the 7th inst., at the house of Wm. Collins, Esq., by the Rev. Mr. Hogne, of Zanesville, Miss Harriette A. Collins and John W. Herron, Esq., Attorney at Law of the firm of “Collins & Herron” Cincinnati. (The Lewis County Republican (Martinsburgh, NY) – Wednesday, April 5, 1854; Sub. by JD)


HULL - SMITH

MARRIED. --In Johnston, on the 24th ult., by Eld. E. Wakefield, Mr. Riley N. Hull, of Cleveland, to Miss Saloma P. Smith, of the former place.
[Source: "Western Reserve Chronicle", (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, March 2, 1870]

MADARY - WILLIS
Married at Bedford, Cuyahoga County, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. R. Bury, Gen. Jacob Madary, of Columbus, O., to Miss Maria Louisa Willis, of the former place.  [Democratic standard.(Georgetown, Brown County, Ohio), June 22, 1841]


MECKEL - NOWELL
Ruth Dawson Nowell, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W.B. Nowell, 1425 Paris Rd. and Frank Alexander Meckel of Cleveland, OH will be married at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning by the Rev. Walter Houshalter of the Christian Church.
[The Columbia Evening Missouri Sept 3, 1920 - Sub. by Nancy Mayo]

SMILLIE - HICKOX
MARRIED. --In East, Cleveland, at the Congregational Church, Dec. 17th, by the Rev. A. M. Richardson, Mr. William Smillie, of that place, and Miss Ettie Hickox, daughter of A. M. Hickox, Esq., formerly of this County.
[Source: "Western Reserve Chronicle", (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, December 23, 1868 ]

THOMPSON - FOVARGUE

James Thompson

Mr. Thompson Takes A Wife.
Manager of The Stillman is Wedded at Noon
James H. Thompson, the popular manager of The Stillman, was married at noon Monday to Miss Edna Fovargue, whose home is at No. 1875 Superior street. The ceremony was performed at St James' church in the presence of friends and relatives of the contracting parties. Among those present from abroad were the father and sister of the groom, Henry Thompson and Miss Thompson of Middlefield, O. The ushers were Capt. J. N. Collin and Dr. William Wall of this city, Herman Poesche of Chicago, J.W. Atwood of Pittsburg, J.M. Keating of New York and George Kendall of Kansas City. Immediately after the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left for a two weeks' trip to New York and Washington. They will be home to their friends at The Stillman after Jan. 1. Mr Thompson is one of the best known hotel men of this city and has a host of friends. The bride is a charming young woman. [Tuesday, November 29, 1898; Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio); Page: 2]




 



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