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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]

The marriage of Miss Clara Emily Delaney, daughter of Mrs. Richard Delaney of York street, to Mr. Edward M. Kerlin of Toledo, took place yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the Church of the Holy Angels.  The Rev. Father Quinn performed the ceremony.  The attendants were Miss Clara M. Delaney, niece of the bride and Mr. Edward P. Simon, both of Toledo, Ohio.  The bride wore her traveling costume of blue cloth and directly after the ceremony the bridal party and near relatives drove to the Genesee, where a breakfast was served.  After a trip down the St. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Kerlin will go to Toledo.  [Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY) Thursday, 31 Aug 1899, pg. 3]

Sign Causes Wedding - Couple from Toledo Married at East St. Louis
J.J. Leonard, 26 years old, and Miss Hannah Menger, 20 years old, both of Toledo, O., were married in East St. Louis yesterday.  The couple were visiting the World's Fair, accompanied by Mrs. J.L. Leonard, sister of the bride, and E. Moog, brother-in-law of the groom.  While passing through the Arcade building, they noticed the marriage license sign of the Deputy County Clerk and decided to get married at once.  They claim to have been engaged, but were not to be married until fall.  [The St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO) Thursday, 14 Jul 1904, pg. 13]

Clarence Maher, of Toledo, was married to Miss Irene O'Brien of that place yesterday.  The groom was a former resident of this place. [The News-Herald (Hillsboro, OH) 28 Oct 1909, Thursday, p. 5]

Miss Elsie J. Eaton, of this city, and Dr. C. William Newton, of Toledo, Ohio, were married on Thursday, Sept. 6, at Eaton Grange, in Sutton, NH, the old family mansion in the foot-hills of Kearsarge Mountains, where six successive generations of the Eaton family have lived.  The father of the bride is General John Eaton, publicly known for his service under Lincoln and Grant in connection with the Freedman's Bureau, and then as United States Commissioner of Education, and later still as President of Marietta College, Ohio.  Among the guests were Senator Wm. E. Chandler and ex-governor Ordway and wife, of Waterloo. Dr. and Mrs. Newton went to the White Mountains, and then to visit for a short while in Boston and Western New York.  Their home will be in Toledo. [The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, OH) Friday, 14 Sep 1894, p. 1; tr by KT]

Scotch Ridge:  Miss Minnie Muir of this place and Chas. Urban of Toledo were married at this place on last Thursday by Rev. J.T. Caldwell. [Perrysburg, OH) Saturday, 1 Oct 1892, pg 1]



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