BAKER - GUNKELMAN
A quiet wedding took place on Thanksgiving afternoon when Anna Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker, on State Road and Edmund Gunkelman, son of John Gunkelman of Miner's Corners, were united in marriage by Rev. Geo. P. Keuhner of Valley City. The bride was very prettily attired in light blue silk. A fine wedding supper was served by the bride's moth-er to the close relatives. Many fine presents were also received. The bride and groom left on a short wedding trip, when they will be at home to a large circle of friends after Jan. 1, on the Miner farm. All extend them hearty congratulations and best wishes. [The Medina Sentinel (Medina, Ohio) Friday, 07 Dec 1917, p.1]
BRANCH - WALTON
We reproduce from the Lakewood Press the following notice of the marriage, Thanksgiving of Miss Dorothy Branch:
Miss Dorothy C. Branch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Branch, 16605 Detroit ____- Lakewood, will have as her ____ [paper torn] evening at 8 o'clock, Rev. George LeGrand Smith of the Lakewood Congregational church is to read the marriage ceremony in the home of the parents of the bride. Miss Eulalia Damon, a classmate of the bride at Harcourt seminary, will come up from her home in Medina to be her bridesmaid. Dr. Walton's brother, Mr. William Walton, is to be best man, and the usher Mr. Dwight Kaufman of Lakewood.
Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Tolle's daughter, Marjorie is the flower girl. Among the affairs for Miss Branch was the luncheon Tuesday at the Clifton club, given by Mrs. John Canavan and Mrs. A. E. Stouffer. In the evening of the same day about fifty guests will motor to Medina to be guests of Miss Damon. Guests from out of town include Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Walton, parents of the bridegroom; Miss Ione Walton, his sister, and Mr. Thomas Ream, all of Columbus, and the bridal party were guests at a dinner Mr. and Mrs. Branch gave following the rehearsal Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Branch took their guests to the Opera House following the dinner party. [The Medina Sentinel (Medina, Ohio) Friday, 07 Dec 1917, p.1]
COLDING - BABCOCK
Babcock, Cornelia J. and Charles G. Colding, August 9, 1863, Medina Co., Ohio . [Source: "A Journal of American Ancestry Genealogy", Vol. 5, Nos. 3-10; Publ. March-October, 1915; Sub. by Andrea Stawski Pack]
HICKOX - BABCOCK
Babcock, Hattie and William H. Hickox, November 18, 1869, Medina Co., Ohio . [Source: "A Journal of American Ancestry Genealogy", Vol. 5, Nos. 3-10; Publ. March-October, 1915; Sub. by Andrea Stawski Pack]
KENNEDY - CHIDSEY
MARRIED. -- On the evening of August 2, 1869, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. S. Evans, Mr. Philander Kennedy, of Bazetta, Trumbull Co., O., to Miss Eliza A. Chidsey, of Brunswick, Medina Co., O. [Source: Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, September 29, 1869 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]
MABRY - WALL
Miss Florence Mabry, whose life up to the past year and a half, has been spent in Medina county, was married Nov. 29, to Mr. Adelbert M. Wall of Twinsburg, O., at Montgomery, Ala.
Mr. Wall belongs to one of Twi_sburg's most respected old families. He is a college athlete, belonging to the calss of 1919, Mt. Union, Ohio. In company with several friends he enlisted in Battery A, 135th Regt. last July, and has every reason to believe that his regiment will be one of the first to leave for France.
Mrs. Wall and her friend and chaperon, Mrs. Edward Richner, whose husband is also an enlisted man in Battery A., will come back to Cleveland and resume their work, making their home at the Y.W.C.A., after their husbands leave. [The Medina Sentinel (Medina, Ohio) Friday, 07 Dec 1917, p.1]
TRUNKEY - MEEKER
MARRIED. --On the 17th inst., at the residence of Mr. Meeker, Hillsville, Pa., by Rev. A. W. Metter, of Hillsville, Mr. Horner Trunkey, of Vernon, O., to Miss Carrie C. Meeker, of Boardman, O. [Source: Western Reserve Chronicle, (Warren, OH.) Wednesday, March 24, 1869 - Sub. by Kathy McDaniel]