Hamilton County Ohio
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AGNEW - SMITH
Married sometime since in Hamilton county, Ohio, Mr. Gibson Agnew to Miss Eleanor Smith, all recently of Huntington township in this county. Also Mr. John Smith, son of George Smith of the same county to Miss Martha Dodds, daughter of Gen. Dodds of Montgomery county, Ohio. [Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., February 27, 1828 - NP - Sub by FoFG]

ANDERSON – HEUFFMAN
On Tuesday, the 15th inst., at the Gibson House, Cincinnati, Ohio, by the Rev. W.T. Moore, Samuel Anderson, M.D., and Mrs. Kate C. Heuffman, of Louisville, Ky.  [Source: The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Philadelphia, July 17, 1875. D.G. Brinton, M.D., Editor.; Submitted by L. Rodriguez]

DELACOURT - MATTHES
Yesterday afternoon Wm. Delacourt and Etta Matthes were united in wedlock by Rev. Mr. Gad, and in the evening Mr. Chas. Sohngen and Miss Annie Mason were made one.
[Cincinnati Daily Gazette, June 10, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]

GRAY --

Mr. Nick Gray and bride arrived home this afternoon from a short bridal tour through the South.
[Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, October 21, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]

HARRISON - MOSS
Married – In this City, on Thursday the 9th inst., by the Rev. Geo H. Atkinson, Gustavus Harrison, U.S.N., to Miss Minerva C. Moss, daughter of S. W. Moss, Esq., of Oregon.  [Thursday, January 16, 1851 – Oregon Spectator (Oregon City, OT) - JD - Sub by FoFG]


HAYWARD - MCLEAN
Hayward, Dr., of Boston, and Miss Sarah Ann McLean, daughter of Hon. John McLean, were married at Cincinnati 15 July. [Source: "National Intelligencer", 22 July 1830 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

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]


LUDLOW - SLACUM

Ludlow, Israel L. of Cincinnati, Ohio and Miss Helen Adela Slacum, daughter of Ge. W. Slacum, of Alexandria, were married 24 June in Ohio.
[Source: "National Intelligencer",13 July 1830 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

NELSON -

Mr. David O. Nelson, formerly of Covington, was married last week at Aurora, Ind.
[Cincinnati Commercial Tribue, November 23, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]

ROBINSON - LOGAN
A Groom 75, His Bride 25.
Cincinnati, Ohio.-"Governor" John Robinson, the aged millionaire, known all over the world as a circus man, eloped Wednesday with his nurse. Miss Maude Logan, 50 years his junior.
[Source: Alma, Wabaunsee County, Kansas - October 2, 1908, Page 2 - BZ - Sub by FoFG]

RUDOLPH - LAWRENCE
HE WINS A BRIDE
Cincinnati, Nov. 11 - Henry Rudolph residing at Evanston, this state, has for several years unsuccessfully sought the hand of Miss Lawrence of the same place. Just after the Chicago convention Miss Lawrence bet Rudolph that Cleveland would not win, the stake being her hand. Tuesday night. Rudolph was the most anxious man in town. Yesterday morning he returned to Evanston and brought Miss Lawrence to this city and married her.
[Vernon Courier, Lamar County AL, Nov. 17, 1892 - VM - Submitted by FoFG]

ROSPIGLIOSI - STALO
Paris - Prince Francisco Rospigliosi and Miss Laura MacDonald Stalo of Cincinnati married today. [The day book. (Chicago, Ill.), 30 June 1914]

SMITH - DODDS
Married sometime since in Hamilton county, Ohio, Mr. Gibson Agnew to Miss Eleanor Smith, all recently of Huntington township in this county. Also Mr. John Smith, son of George Smith of the same county to Miss Martha Dodds, daughter of Gen. Dodds of Montgomery county, Ohio.
[Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., February 27, 1828 - NP - Sub by FoFG]

SOHNGEN - MASON
Charles Sohngen and Miss Anna Mason, daughter of the late Martin Mason, were married last evening by the Rev. G. H. Trebel, at the residence of the bride's mother, on Basin street. As both the bride and groom had many friends, there was a large attendance at the ceremony. Among the presents were a family Bible, by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt; hat rack, John Schwartz; sink, Bender family; Chromos, William and George Schlosser; cake stand, Mary Rolbrock; silver card receiver, Philip Kamm; pair of vases, Miss Marie L. L. Reutti and brother; china set, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Heiser; game, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Hughes; sideboard, Charles E. Helser, Martin Mason, Joe Reutti, and Julius A. Heiser; lambrequins, Mrs. John Hahn; fruit stand, Mr. and Mrs. P. Sohagen; bedroom set, Mrs. Martin Mason; parlor set, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sohogen; dressing set, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fager, and many others. The newly wedded will immediately begin housekeeping in the First Ward.
[Cincinnati Daily Gazette, June 10, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]

STETTINIUS - LONGWORTH
Stettinius, John, of this city, and Miss Mary Longworth, eldest daughter of Nicholas Longworth, were married in Cincinnati, Ohio 20 July by Rev. S. Johnston [Source: "National Intelligencer", 31 July 1830 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

WILLIAMS - MALLORY
Nelson Williams and Miss Susie Mallory will be married tomorrow evening at the residence of Dr. Mallory, Main street. Mr. Williams is a prominent young attorney of this city, while his ? has long been a reigning belle in Hamilton social circles.
[Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, October 21, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]

WYMAN - POTTER
Miss Mary Potter, daughter of Ezra Potter, was married last night to John Wyman, a member of the Topeka bar, and formerly a resident of Hamilton.
[Cincinnati Times-Star, September 16, 1874 - DW - Sub by FoFG]





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