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Marriage Announcements

Huron, Aug 30 - Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Naomi Deyo to Clarence Armstrong, of Upper Sandusky, which took place on June 7 at Covington, Ky.  They will reside in Huron for the present. [The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, Ohio) 31 Aug 1930, p.5]

Married in Bronson township, on Tuesday evening last, by Jacob Hicks, Esq., Mr. Henry Beam, of Fairfield, to Miss Avis Hix, of the former township. [Huron Reflector (Norwalk, OH) 28 Mar 1831]

Married at East Palatka
Robt. G. Browning, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Browning of East Palatka and Miss Nellie Pearce of Belleview, Ohio, were married at the Browning home in East Palatka Tuesday evening, March 28th, at 8 o'clock. Rev. H. Dutill of the Methodist church performed the ceremony, which was witnessed by the immediate family only. Mr. and Mrs. Browning will make their home in East Palatka, where the groom is engaged in the mercantile business.  [The Palatka News and Advertiser. (Palatka, Fla.), 31 March 1911]

Married in Ridgefield, on the 23d ult. by Daniel Sowers, Esq., Mr. Richard Egleston, to Miss Rachel Spicer, both of that town. [The Sandusky Clarion (Sandusky, OH) 1 Jan 1825, pg 3]

Married, At the Hermitage, In Norwalk, Ohio, by Rev. A. Newton, Mr. Joseph M. Faze, one of the editors of the Experiment to Miss Malvina Jackson,  daughter of Charles Jackson, Esq., late of Onondage county, N.Y.  [(Northern Journal (Lowville, NY) – Thursday, June 7, 1838]

Popular Girl at Norwalk Married
Norwalk, Aug 30 - Before a large assemblage, Miss Elizabeth May Woodward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodward of Norwalk, was married in the Presbyterian Church here at noon today to James Robert Hanna of Bellefontaine.  The Rev. W.H. Shields, pastor of the church officiated. After the ceremony, 75 guests attended a reception at the home of the bride on Norwood-av. At the bride's table, 18 guests were seated.
The couple left for a motor trip through the east and will be at home at 38 W. Seminary-st after Oct 1.
Mrs. Hanna is a graduate of Norwalk High School and for two years has been society editor of the Norwalk Reflector Herald.  The bridegroom is the son of James Hanna of Bellefontaine and is employed as a salesman by the William S. Scull and Canby Co. [The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, Ohio) 31 Aug 1930, p.5]

Marriage License:  Charles Russell Sheldon, 22, salesman, and Rose Jeanette Cooper, 20, both of Norwalk.  Rev. C.H. Gross named to officiate. [The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, Ohio) 31 Aug 1930, p.5]

Advices have been received of the marriage of E. B. Spiers, collector of customs for this port.  The wedding took place at Wakeman, Ohio, and the bride was Miss Mary Todd, of that place.  They will return to Valdez this month. [The Valdez News, (Valdez, AK) Oct. 13, 1906, p4]



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