Ferron - ______
John Ferron and bride left for their future home at Montvale, Virginia, Saturday. [The Greenville Journal (Greenville, OH) 17 Jan 1907]
Gordon - Craig
The wedding of Mr. Ralph Gordon and Miss Mabel Craig has been announced for September 1 next. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Gordon, and the bride a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Craig, all residents of this city. [The Greenville Journal (Greenville, Ohio), August 04, 1910]
Charles T. Hughes, 21, mechanic, and Bessie Thompson, 17 both of Union City.
Roy E. Wagoner, 26, farmer, and Myrtle M. Flory, 23, both of near Bradford.
Wm. J. Addington, 62, engineer, and Mrs. Margaret A. Boyer, 59, both of Bradford.
Grover C. Sells, 22, express driver, Monroe, Ind., and Leah V. Hardman, 24, Wayne township.
Andrew E. Hartman, 20, salesman, and Cora B. Oliver, 21, both of Jackson township.
Percy Miller, 24, freight conductor, Milford Center, Ohio, and Laura E. McFarland, 26, Clark's Station.
John Caskey, 23, laborer, and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, 26, both of Union City.
[The Greenville Journal (Greenville, OH) 17 Jan 1907]
Frank Crull, 43, thresher, Henry Co., Ind., son of Benj. Crull, and Bertha Niswonger, 36, Pitsburg, daughter of John Niswonger.
Wm. E. Thompson, 33, laborer, Union City, son of Mills K. Thompson, and Bertha Fowler, 35, Union City, daughter of John Fowler.
George P. Omelia, 21, telegrapher, Centerville, Ind., and Bertha M. Mehan, 20, Ansonia, daughter of James Mehan.
Charles Armstrong, 20, farmer, York township, son of James Armstrong, and Mabel Prinzing, 19, Ansonia, daughter of Henry Prinzing.
Waldo Baker, 22, contractor, Arcanum, son of Ezra Baker, and Fay Erisman, 21, Arcanum, daughter of S. J. Erisman.
[The Greenville Journal. (Greenville, OH), 20 Oct. 1910]