Marriage/Wedding Announcements


The Democrat-Sentinel
July 16, 1908
Kleinschmidt-Martin.
Mr. Jacob Kleinschmidt and Miss Myrtle Martin were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents on Tuesday evening of last week at nine o'clock. Only the immediate family were present and the ceremony was performed by Rev. T. B. White. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.V. Martin, and has been employed at Mr. Dave Silverman's tailor shop. Tho groom is a spindle carver at Whites furniture factory. Mr. and Mrs. Kleinschmidt will make their home in the Kleinschmidt residence on east Main street for the present.
Democrat-Sentinel
March 22, 1906
CLARK-WASHBURN
Miss Maud Washburn, of Union Furnace, and Mr C.A. Clark, of Richwood, Ohio, were quietly married at the probate Office, on Monday, by Mayor Dollison. Miss Washburn has for some time been an employee at Brown Brother's, in Logan, and has many friends here. Mr. Clark has just secured his discharge from the army, where he was sergeant of artillery. They will make their home in Richwood.
The Hocking Sentinel
January 03, 1884
MARRIED.
At the bride's residence, in Laurel township, Hocking County, O., Dec. 26th, 1883, by the Rev. L. F. Mittler, Mr. Lewis M. Philipps and Miss Mary J. Uncle, both of Hocking County.

At the residence of the bride's parents, in Logan, December 27th, 1883, by W. M. Davey. J. P., Mr. Harvey A. Conkle to Miss. Ida Beabout.

December 27th, 1883 by W. M. Davey, J. P., Mr. Isaac Ambrose to Mrs. Nancy Ambrose.

In the Presbyterian Church, of this place, on Tuesday evening; Jan 1st, by Rev. C. C. Hart, Mr. Geo. V. Weitzell, to Miss Ella L. Smith.

On Thursday morning, Dec. 27th Mr. William F. White to Miss Sallie Sheets; of Millville, by Rev. Jeremiah lles. The guests were numerous and the gifts abundant and appropriate.
The Ohio Democrat
January 4 1900
Marriage License
Dec 28 Okey O Bartholomew and Minnie E Wycuff
Dec 28 Charlie A Pleukharp and Ivy Mount
Dec 28 Henry Adams and Eliza J Ensley
Dec 30 James C Woodard and Margaret Inboden
Dec 30 Noah W Woolever and Bessie Higgens
The Ohio Democrat
January 4 1900
Bartholomew-Wycuff
On Thursday evening of last week occurred the pleasant marriage of Miss Minnie Wycuff to Mr Okey Bartholomew of Canal Dover, Rev Cornette of the U.B. CHurch. After the ceremony a very fitting supper was served at the home of the bride. The newly married couple will live in Canal Dover and we wish for them a prosperous and happy sojourn together.
The Democrat Sentinel
August 20 1909
Haddox-Landis
On Thursday of last week Mr Wm. Haddox and Miss Florence Landis were united in marriage by Justice of the Peace H.D. Lappen. The young couple hail from Carbondale, but have many friends in Logan who wish them a long life of happiness and health
The Democrat Sentinel
August 20 1909
Marriage Licenses
John McConley, 18, Logan; Jessie Mosser, 18, Logan Rev J.W. Willis
Grover C Woolery, 23, Hocking county; Margaret V Saddler, 19, Starr township
William Haddox, 22, Carbondale; Florence Landis, 18, Starr township. D. H. Lappen, Justice of the Peace
The Hocking Sentinel
Feb 7 1884
Married, at the brides home, January 31st, 1884, by the Rev Louis F. Mittler, Mr Charles E Hankison and Miss Maggie E Wetzel, both of Hocking county.
The Hocking Sentinel
March 06, 1884
Married on the 26th of February, 1884, at the residence of E. G. Martin, J.P., Mr John Engle to Miss Nancy Dill, all of Washington township. The happy couple went home rejoicing.
The Hocking Sentinel
February 28, 1884
Married--At the residence of the bride, on february 14, 1884, by Rev. W.I. Warrener, of Amesville, O., Miss Lizzie Frey and Mr. Wm. Schaefer.
The Hocking Sentinel
February 28, 1884
Married
On the 26th inst., at the residence of J.B. Angle, of Green township, by Rev C.C. Hart, Mr Emanuel B Westenhaver, of Green county, Ohio, to Miss Appalonia M. Angle.
The Democrat-Sentinel
May 7 1925
WEDDING OCCURS
Miss Louise Armstrong, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Armstrong, 820 East Main Armstrong, E. Main street,* Lancaster and Charles Mason were united in marriage at the Maple street parsonage, Saturday at 3:00 P.M. The ceremony was performed by Rev. L. C. Cooper. Mr and Mrs Mason will reside in Newark, Ohio, where Mr Mason is employed by the rubber industry. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and daughter, all born and reared in this county, moved to Lancaster three years ago.
*as appears in original
The Democrat-Sentinel
May 21 1925
MARRIED IN IRONTON
The culmination of a very pretty L.H.S. romance came Saturday morning when Mr Kenneth Cook and Miss Martha Johnson were united in marriage at Ironton. Enroute to Chillicothe on a business trip, they suddenly decided that since they were to be separated by the removal of the Johnson family to Bowling Green that now was the accepted time and motored on to Ironton, where the nuptial services were performed by Rev. Preston Malone of the Baptist church of that city. On returning to this city and announcing their marriage to their friends, they were showered with congratulations and best wishes, for never was there a more popular or better beloved couple among Logan's younger set. Mrs Cook is the daughter of Druggist and Mrs. Blaine Johnson and will graduate from the guest.* L.H.S. in June. She is a member of the Phi Sigma Gamma Sorority. mr. Cook is a graduate of the local High School and has taken a course in automobile mechanics at the Y.M.C.A. He is now employed at the Logan garage. He is the son of Mrs Charles Miller of North Orchard street and is an accomplished musician. He is a member of the Phi Sigma Chi Fraternity. We bespeak for this happy young couple a bright and prosperous future.
*as appears in original
The Democrat-Sentinel
May 21 1925
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Joseph Feume, farmer, Gibisonville; and Merle Kendall, at home, Laurel township; W. A. Robinson, J.P
C.O. Martin, oil worker, Greendale; and Anna Jane Winigman, at home, Carbonhill; Rev. Donley
Eddie V Angle, clay plant, Haydenville; and Katherine W Black at home, Logan; Rev J.W. Blair
The Democrat-Sentinel
May 28 1925
BOWERS-ROHRER The marriage of Miss Mae Bowers and Mr Walter Rohrer was quietly solemnized at St John's Catholic church at seven o'clock Saturday morning, Rev. Fr. James T. Nevin officiating. They were attended by Miss Mary Michels and Mr Charles Rohrer, brother of the groom. Mrs Rohrer is the daughter of Mr and Mrs N.E. Bowers and Mr Rohrer is the son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Rohrer of near Ewing. Both of the young folks have been employed in Columbus for some time past. Following the ceremony an elaborate wedding breakfast was served at the groom's home. Mrs Ed Rohrer, city and Mrs Ambrose Kessler and Mrs Clarence Grubb of Lancaster were among those present. mr and Mrs Rohrer have gone to house-keeping in a newly furnished home in the Capital City.
The Democrat-Sentinel
May 28 1925
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Orin P Park, clay worker, Murray City; and Florence G Hartley, at home, Haydenville, J.P. Miller, J.P
John M Wilson, brick burner, Nelsonville; and Maggie Sheets, at home, Logan; Rev Harper
Martie Frost, teamster, Athens, and Kathryn Baker, cigar worker, Logan, E.E. Bright Esq.
Ralph M Grove, laborer, Rockbridge, and Opal M RIggs, at home, Logan; Rev J W Blair
Edward C Donson, rubber worker, Murray City; and Florence H Campbell, at home, Murray City; Rev Angelo Galovini
The Athens Messenger
December 6 1900
Bethel-Groves Nuptials
The marriage of Mr William J Bethel and Miss Carthena Groves took place Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the home of the parents of the bride, Mr and Mrs Henry Groves, near Starr, Hocking county. The ceremony was performed in the presence of the immediate relatives of the families. Rev. Simmons officiated. The groom is the son of Judge A S Bethel, who accompanied by Mrs Bethel attended the marriage.
The Democrat Sentinel
Aug 6 1925
WEMMER-DAVIS
Rev T C Harper officiated at the wedding of Miss Orpha Wemmer and Earl Davis which was solomized at the U B parsonage Saturday afternoon. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Wemmer of Marion township and is a graduate of Jacksonville High and Ohio Normal schools. For several years she has taught in the schools of this county. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Davis of Third street. He is employed at the local H.V. shops. They will reside in Logan.
The Democrat Sentinel
June 4 1925
Marriage Licenses
Irvin L Bowersock, farmer, Glouchester, O.; and Thelma A Ward, housekeeper, Murray City, O.; mayor Joe Weatherburn
Clarence C Krile, farmer, Sugar Grove and Laura E Shull, at home, Marion township; Rev Elmer Bliss
Earl Waugh, brick-worker, Haydenville and Mildred Barstow at home, Haydenville; E E Bright, JP
The Hocking Sentinel
January 12 1899
Return of Marriage Certificates
Certificates of the marriage of the following persons to whom marriage license was issued, has not been returned. The parties interested will take notice and see that the same is returned to this office. A fine of fifty dollars is imposed upon any person who solemizes a marriage and fais to make return of same to this office within ninety days from he date of issue. This we do not desire to enforce to the detriment of any one if it can be avoided. We therefore ask an early return of all marriage certificates herein named:
Alvin C Drake to Armedia Rizer
W S Smith to Euphemia Fisher
Robert McCoy to Rachel E Baker
John J Uker to Minoroa E McCortney
Edmond R Clark to Emmie F Heft
William Springer to Julia E Lutz
George S Vernon to Sarah M Dishon
Hezkia Graham to Lucy Jones
Christopher Kunkler to Mary M Boon
Otto A Shaw to Emma Carpenter
William Parmer to Fannie Ansel
Thomas R Riddle to Cynthia Melinger
John A Clary to Mary Collins
Charles Bensonhaver to Bertha Campbell
James W Wynchell to Ackie Lamberson
John Bridgewater to Ollie Brown
Joseph Robison to Mary J Doneldson
William D Smart to Julia Tucker
Charles E Conkle to Minda Beal
Owen C Judy to Gertrude M Springer
J B Riason Probate Judge
The Ohio Democrat
March 31 1904
Married March 30th, 1904, by Rev J F Williams at his residence in Logan, Ohio, Mr Richard Barthlow and Miss Meda Hunter, both of Hocking County.
The Ohio Democrat
March 24 1904
Reed-Mathiot
on last Saturday evening a wedding took place at the home of Mr and Mrs J H Mathiot in Riverdale, when their daughter Maud was united in marriage to Mr J F Reed of Haydenville. The ceremony was performed by Dr. H J Steward at 8 o'clock in the presence of the immediate family. After the service, an elegant Wedding supper was served. Mr Reed is the principal of the Haydenville schools, and should be congratulated on winning one of Logan's finest young ladies.
The Ohio Democrat
March 24 1904
Probate Court
Marriage License

Frederick Ellinger, Marion Tp.
Bertha S Walters, Marion Tp.

Samuel Chilcote, Smock
Bertha Hay, Salt Creek Tp.

Ulysses G Watkins, Logan
Martha Stephens, Logan

Daniel Woodgeard, Bloomingville
Laura Davis, Benton Tp.

Harrison Creiglow, South Perry
Nancy A Beaver, South Perry

John F Reed, Haydenville
Maud Mathiott,Logan
The Ohio Democrat
April 7 1904
Elinger-Walter
A pretty home wedding occured Thursday noon, March 17th, 1904. Mr Fred Elinger and Miss Bertha Walter were married in the presence of friends and relatives by Rev Walker of Logan. A sumptuous dinner followed the ceremony. In the evening the boys gathered in from all over the country and furnished an old fashioned belling.
The Ohio Democrat
April 7 1904
Probate Court
Marriage License

Nathan Nimon, Ilesboro
Nella E Chapman, Logan

Charles Worrick, Nelsonville
Mattie Lyons, Logan
The Ohio Democrat
March 10 1904
Probate Court
Marriage Licenses

Walter Guess, Greendale
Bertha Davis, Murray City

Walter Becker, Logan
Catherine Tritsch, Logan

Thurman Wolf, Haydenville
Anna Lehman, Haydenville
The Ohio Democrat
March 10 1904
Becker-Tritsch
Mr Walter Becker and Miss Catherine Tritsch were married at the home of the bride's parents last eveing at 7:30, by Dr Harley J Steward. The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and after the ceremonty an elegant wedding supper was served. Mr and Mrs Becker left on the late train for Cincinnati. Only the immediate relatives and a few intimate friends were present, Those from out fo town were Mr and Mrs Charles Sloane, and Mr and Mrs McGhee from Jackson, Miss Emma Becker from Columbus, and Dr and Mrs Welch of Nelsonville.
The Ohio Democrat
October 4 1890
Married
McCloskey-Clark Sep 22 1890
L H McCloskey of Leadville, Col., and Miss Elma Clark of Logan, O.

By E G Martin, j.p., Sep 24 1890, John Collison to Mrs Elizabeth Brown of Washington township

By G W Brehm JP. Sept 20 1890, Mr Solomon Miller and Miss Martha Brown

By the same, Sept 26th 1890, Mr George W Wallace and Miss Ada West

By the same, Sept 30th 1890, Mr James Wilson and Miss Ida M Burgess
The Hocking Sentinel
January 29 1891
Married
By Rev J F Williams at the residence of the bride's father, Logan, O. Jan 27, Mr Parley Philps of Oreville and Miss Victoria Nutter of Logan.
The Ohio Democrat
January 2 1892
Married-On Thursday Dec. 24, at the residence of Mr H Trimmer near Logan by Rev J F Williams, Mr Homer G Hansel and Miss Mattie J Shaffer
The Ohio Democrat
January 2 1892
-William O Whitcraft and Miss Ettie V Campbell were married by Rev J W Luccock at the home of the brides parents, Mr and Mrs John C Campbell in Laurel Township on Wednesday.
The Ohio Democrat
January 2 1892
Married-by Rev J F Williams at his residence in Logan Dec 30th, Mr George W Thomas and Miss Clara B Hutchison.
The Ohio Democrat
January 2 1892
Married-by G W Brehm JP, Dec 30th 1891. Lumer Miller and Miss Ida Ballard.
The Ohio Democrat
January 2 1892
Married-by G W Brehm JP, Dec 29 1891, Mr Frank Moeckel and Mrs Malinda J[?] Ruble.
Date: January 04, 1873
Location: Ohio
Paper: Plain Dealer
On December 25th, at Lithopolis, O., by Rev J Holloy [not sure about this name, not clear], Noah Beery, of Hocking county, and Lucy Beery, of Fairfield county.
Date: December 27, 1869
Location: Ohio
Paper: Cincinnati Daily Enquirer
McDonald-Grub* [*as appears in paper]
On the 5th inst., Moses McDonald, of Hocking County, to Mrs Betsey Grubb, of Fairfield County, Ohio
Date: September 05, 1873
Location: Ohio
Paper: Cincinnati Daily Gazette
Griffith-Southard
August 12 1873, at the residence of the bride's father, near Illesboro, Hocking County, O., by the Rev H B Westervelt, the Rev R H Griffith, of the Ohio Annual Conference, and Miss Sue C Southard.
Date: February 24, 1843
Location: Ohio
Paper: Ohio Statesman
In Circleville, on Thursday the 23d inst., by the Rev Mr Roof, Mr John Atkinson, of Logan, Hocking county, Ohio, to Miss Sarah Ellen Easterday, of the former place.
Date: March 29, 1867
Location: Ohio
Paper: Cincinnati Daily Gazette
Brown-Beers
In Hocking County O., by W M Davey, Esq., Justice of the Peace, Mr John M Brown, aged 70, to Miss Elizabeth Beers, aged 19
Date: February 28, 1821
Location: Ohio
Paper: Supporter and Scioto Gazette
Married--On Thursday the 15th instant, by John Wright, Esq. Mr Nimrod Hathaway, to the amiable and accomplished Miss Jane O'Neill, all of Hocking County.
The Democrat-Sentinel
Jan 24 1907
Wedding Permits
J A Danbenmier, 32, and Dora M Ruff, 28, both of Marion township.
Andrew Woodgeard of South Bloomingville, 26 and Blanche Eggleston of Logan, 17
Rancy Poling of Logan, 28 and Bertha E Vest of Orland, 22
Wm Lee, 26 and Edith M Hutchinson, 20, both of Murray City
Albert F Firestone of Wooster, 39, and Lenna Post of Ward township, 43
Bert Anders of Murray City, 28 and Sarah Hartman of Green township, 21
The Democrat-Sentinel
Feb 7 1907
Wedding Permits
Moranda Casto, 23, of Logan, and Lulu Ruble, 24, of Green Twp
Walter D Strawn, 32, and Catherine M Gallagher, 20, both of Logan
Franklin Davis, 24, and Mary Garret, 20, of Salt Creek Tp
Melvin S Brooks, 21, and Maud Francis, 21, both of Carbonhill
George Joy, 27, and Amanda Grain, 23, both of Logan
Cleve Jackson, 22, and Clara Elick, 24, both of Rockbridge
Harry Francisco, 18, and Della Montgomery, 18, both of Logan
The Athens Messenger
March 31 1930
Marriage Licenses
Walter R Anderson, 28, miner, Orbitson, son of Mr and Mrs Mont Anderson, and Margaret E Waldeck, 26, at home, Murray City, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Waldeck. The Rev James R Fields officiated.
S W McVeigh, [age not readable] laborer, Bremen, and Sarissa Rhorick, 54, housekeeper, New Plymouth. Magistrate J P Miller officiated.
The Democrat-Sentinel
May 9 1907
Marriage License
Frank C Martin, aged 32 years, residence Logan, occupation plumber, his father's name James Martin, his mother's name maiden name Cynthia McVickers, made application by Joseph N Shorr, on April 27, for license to marry Miss Emma Schlagetter, of Logan, daughter of Frank Schlagetter, her mother's maiden name Katherine Westfall. Expected Rev Spoehr to solemnize the marriage. License granted and return made by Rev Spoehr on April 28

George N Herbert, ages 30 years, residence Columbus, occupation boiler maker, his father's name is Colonel Herbert, made application on May 4, for license to marry Della E Honk, aged 21, of Murray City. Rev E G Spoehr was expected to perforn the marriage ceremony. License granted.

Willis W Rummer, aged 23 years, of Elizabeth, W Va., occupation miner, his father's name John Rummer, his mother's maiden name Annie Johnson, made application on May 4, for license to marry Bessie Saylor, aged 17 years, residence Murray City, her father's name frank Saylor, her mother's maiden name Ada Forbs. Expected Rev J F Rodgers to solemnize marriage. License granted.

Harley Clark, aged 22 years, residence Gibisonville, occupation carpenter, his father's name Thomas Clark, his mother's maiden name Ella Woltz, made application on May 4, for license to marry Retha Judy, aged 19 years, residence Perry twp., father's name John Judy, mother's maiden name Barbara Stump. Expected Rev Baker to solemnize marriage. License granted.

Oleander E Stevenson, aged 23 years, residence Pickaway Co., occupation laborer, father's name Benjamin Stevenson, mother's maiden name Margaret J Hoover, made application on May 4, for license to marry Hettie Shaw, aged 20 years, residence Laurelville, father's name Richard Shaw, mother's maiden name Etta Hurl. License granted.

Ruben H Webb, aged 26 years, residence New Straitsville, occupation clerk, father's name Jonah Webb, mother's maiden name Elizabeth Potts, made application on 23rd day of April for license to marry Tessa Sweazy, aged 21 years, residence Carbonhill, school teacher, father's name Milton Sweazy, mother's maiden name Elizabeth Lanning. Expected Rev Wright to solemnize marriage. License granted.
The Hocking Sentinel
June 22 1905
Mr Elsworth Tolbert and Miss Tillie Ghent were married at the residence of the bride's parents in Furnacetown, Tuesday evening, by the Rev. J U Brown.
The Ohio Democrat
August 28, 1886
Married.
By the Rev Benj. Briley, Mr Frank Hawk and Miss Allie Crooks, of Carbonhill
By the same, Mr Merton Stahl and Miss Mary Andrews, of Carbonhill
By D L Davis, J P., on the evening of August 21st, Mr Henry Smyers and Miss Hannah Vorhees
The Ohio Democrat
July 23, 1887
Married.
by Rev. J F Williams at his residence on Orchard street, Logan O., 19 inst. Mr. Clark Stephens and Miss Jennie Linn
The Ohio Democrat
April 24 1902
Marriage License.
Amos S White, 30, of South Perry and Clara E Wilson, 25, of Rock House
Francis E Meredith, 25, and Bertha McManaway, 15, both of Carbon Hill
Gilbert A Hartman, 24, of Logan, and Maud A Snider, 22 of Gore
Frank Z Coleman,22, of Sand Run, and Addie Logdon, 19, of Blatchford
Jesse Dyson, 33, of Jobs, and Laura E Linton, 30, of Murray City
John A Smith, 33, of Murray City, and Lina E Wollett, 28, of Logan
Steve Zango, 30, of Jobs, and Lizzie Kacsis, 19, of Murray City
Wilmer S Fisher, 35, of Columbus, and Emma A Thrush, 22, of Logan
Charles D Notestone, 26, and Lota F Cupp, 19, both of Gibisonville
Charles M Shultz, 24, and Grace Rutherford, 24, both of Sand Run
Robert C Park, 41, and Clara J Trimmer, 39, both of Murray City
The Democrat Sentinel
November 11 1907
Marriage License.
Ernest Murray and Nellie Yarbrough, both of Union Furnace
Ollie Myers, of Columbus, and Fannie Schempp, of Logan
Charley C Hankison, of Black Jack, to Lillie E Miller, Falls Township
Henry H Wolf to Caroline George, both of Murray City
Frank F Cain, of Mt. Vernon, to Mazie E. Mettler, of Laurelville
The Ohio Democrat
October 9 1886
Married.
At Columbus, O., Oct. 4, Mr J.N. Kessler and Miss Lotta Kreider.
Oct. 6, at the residence of the bride's parents near Union Furnace, Mr. Wm. L. Hughs and Miss Cynthia A. Longstreth.
On the 7th, at Buchtel, O., Mr. Tom Galvin and Miss Maggie Lane.
The Hocking Sentinel
Jan 10 1889
Mr George Dupert, of Michigan, and Miss Ralston, of Logan, were married on last Friday by Rev. Moore. the courtship was carried on by correspondence. The parties never met until the morning of the marriage.
The Hocking Sentinel
Mar 28 1889
On Sunday last, at Maxville Miss Cora Kennedy and Mr Andrew Wolf were united in marriage. The bride is a daughter of Mr Thos. P. Kennedy, and a sister of County Commissioner Levi Kennedy. The Sentinel tenders its congratulations on the happy event.
The Democrat Sentinel
Apr 18 1907
Wedding Permits
Benj. F Byers, 27, of Sugar Grove, and Emma D Beougher, 26, of Rockbridge.
Walter L Cunningham, 22, of Greendale, and Ida S Coe, 17, of Carbonhill.
Johm Boling, 19, and Mable Morse, 18, both of Starr township.
Oscar Burns, 21, of Haydenville, and Goldie Guess, 18 of Greendale.
Belmont Chronicle (Saint Clairsville, Ohio)
Oct 28 1853
Married.
On the 26th inst., at the Norton House, by Rev. J M Rankin, Mr Samuel Scott, of Hocking Co., to Miss Mary Waddell, of Belmont Co.,O.
The Hocking Sentinel
Nov 13 1884
Married.
November 6th 1884, at the bride's home by the Rev. S F Mittler, Mr Henry E Hollenbach, of Circleville, and Miss Emma C Sloan, of Laurel township, Hocking Co., O.
The Hocking Sentinel
Jan 23 1890
Married.
By Rev. J F Williams, at his residence in Logan, on the 18th inst., Mr Perley J T(F?)ilton, of Viroqua, Wisconsin, and Liss Laura E Webb, of Hocking County, O.
The Hocking Sentinel
Jun 19 1884
Married-
On the 14th inst., by Wm. M. Davey, JP., at the residence of the Squire, Mr Ellis Davis to Miss Mattie Jadwin, all of Hocking county.
The Logan Daily News
Jan 14 1936
Announces Marriage
Mrs Anna Bell Lanning is announcing the marriage of her daughter, Margaret Alice, to Mr. Nelson Garlinger of McCuneville.
The Hocking Sentinel
Sept 25 1884
Married.
On the 18th inst., at the Probate Office, by W M Davey, JP., Mr S Starling to Miss Delila Allen, both of this county.
On the same day, by the same, at the Court House, Mr. James A. Boal to Miss Emma J. Allen, all of this county.
On the 21st inst., by E T Horn. JP., Mr John Allen to Miss Mary Emerine, all of Benton tp.
The Logan Daily News
Feb 3 1938
Local Couple Licensed
Among local couples recently procuring marriage licenses at Greenup, Ky., were Clarence Betts, 26, and Carrie McMullins, 21, both of South Bloomingville, and Edward Lowery, 54, and Alice Hensel, 55, both of New Straitsville.
The Ohio Democrat
Sept 3 1887
Married.
Sept 1 1887 by G W Brehm J. P., Mr John W Perkins, and Miss Sabrine E Ellis.
At the parsonage at Smith's Chapel by Rev W S Griffith Aug 22 1887, Mr John O Clarkson of Jennings Co., Ind., and Miss Amanda Gordon, of Starr Tp., Hocking County O.
The Logan Daily News
Marriage Licenses
Walter A Nixon, 41, Logan, fire chief, son of Mr and Mrs Will Nixon and Rosella Theresa Schrader, 35. Logan, at home, daughter of Mr and Mrs Pete Schrader.
The Logan Daily News
Feb 10 1936
Marriage Licenses
Frederick Harry Mount, 22, of Carbon Hill, laborer, son of Mr and Mrs Sam Mount and Daisy Belle Thompson, 16, Greendale, housekeeper, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jess Thompson.
Orville Denver Norman, 25, of Dayton, employee of Dayton Light and Power Co., son of Mr and Mrs Fred Norman and Thelma Mae Canter, 20, New Pittsburg, at home, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Canter.
The Ohio Democrat
Oct 9 1895
Married.
Tuesday morning at the St John's Catholic church by Rev Fr Powers. Mr Joseph Fox, of Fairfield county to Miss Marguerite Stapelton.
John W Iles and Catherine Hampshare; Wm Tigner and Mary Smith; Edward Bowers and Estella McFall; Otto B Davis and Carrie Meese; Joseph S------ and Mary H-m-ll; John Cruise and Ella Courter; Wm Danes and Mrs Z--la C-----.
The Democrat Sentinel
Jan 3 1907
Marriage License
Orlie Ellinger, 25, to Lucinda Odaffer, 27, of Laurelville
Frank Thompson, 25, to Blanche Snider, 17, both of Gore

Two Marriages
on December 24, at 8 o'clock am, Mayor J B Dollison had two marriages to perform. The contracting parties were: Mr Jerry Simonton to Miss Gertie Plumb, both of Murray City, and William Mace to Elizabeth Carsner, both of Orbiston.
The Hocking Sentinel
Jan 2 1890
Married by Rev. J F Willaims at his residence in Logan, Dec 26th, Mr George Dresher and Miss Minnie A Taylor; by same, Mr John T Vorhees and Miss Myrtle Dollison
Married at the residence of Isaac Wolf, in Marion township, Mr Charles Fickle and Miss Eila Funk, both of Marion township.
The Hocking Sentinel
Jan 9 1890
Married at the residence of Ellis Davis, in Laurel township, Jan 1st 1890, by Rev. M B Taylor, Mr Howard G Barton, of Athens county, and Miss Elizabeth Jadwin, of Hocking county.
The Logan Daily News
Dec 12 1935
Marriage Licenses
Robert Davey, 28, Groveport, O., merchant, son of Mr and Mrs William Davey and Mildred Green, 22, Logan, employee of the Hocking Glass Company, Lancaster, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Green.
The Logan Daily News
Dec 5 1935
Marriage License
Donald W Spencer, 26, Logan, United States forester, son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Spenser and Mary Kathryn Holdren, 17, Union Furnace, at home, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Holdren.
The Logan Daily News
Nov 28 1935
We are in receipt of an announcement of the marriage of Mr Jospeh L Schorr to Miss Olive S Smeck of Columbus, which took place in that city August 6th. The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs George Schorr, of Logan, and the bride a daughter of Mr and Mrs I N Smeck of Columbus. They are at home to their many friends in Columbus at 78 Loraine Avenue.

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