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Marriage Notices
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COX - MARTIN
Marriage License: John H.A. Cox, 73, Piqua, miller, married twice previously and Mrs. Mary Margaret Martin, 61, Piqua, married once.  L.C. Cron, Mayor, solemnized marriage. [The Piqua Daily Call (Piqua, Ohio) 21 Nov 1905,
p.2, tr by KT]

FORD - APPLE
Ford - Apple Wedding at Bride's Parents' Home.
The Rev. Paul Baynes of the Lockington U. B. church officiated with the double ring service when Miss Dorothea Naomi Apple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt of Lockington. became the bride of Kenneth Hayes Ford, son of Mr. James Ford of Fletcher, and the late Mrs. Rose Ford, which took place on Sunday, December 24, at the home of the bride's parents. The bridal party consisted of Jane May Apple, ring: bearer and sister of the bride, and the bridal couple, a reception following the ceremony, the event taking place on the 34rh anniversary of the Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. James Ford and the late Mrs. Ford.
(Piqua Daily Call, Jan 3, 1945 - sub. by Linda Dietz)

JOHNSON - COLLINS
Marriage License:  Edward H. Johnson, 29, Langdon, N.D., laborer and Miss Bessie Estelle Collins, 28, Piqua.  Rev. Coleman
--- The marriage of Miss Bessie Estelle Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Collins, was solemnized Sunday afternoon to Mr. Edward H. Johnson of North Dakota. The ceremony was performed at four o'clock by the Rev. Coleman. There were no attendants Miss Lou Wilson played the wedding march. The bride wore white china silk and carried chrysanthemums. A two course luncheon followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left last evening for Youngstown where they will visit the bride's sister on their way to Dakota. [The Piqua Daily Call, (Piqua, OH) 21 Nov 1905, p. 2, tr by KT]

KIPP - HARSHBARGER
Marriage License: Harry George Kipp, 21, Monroe township, farmer, and Miss Ellen Harshbarger, 19, Ludlow.  Rev. O. Furnas. [The Piqua Daily Call (Piqua, Ohio) 21 Nov 1905, p.2, tr by KT]

WEIKERT - WACKIER
Marriage License: Horner Weikert, 22, farmer, Newton township and Miss Lucy Wackier, Newton township.  Rev. Deyo. [The Piqua Daily Call (Piqua, Ohio) 21 Nov 1905, p.2, tr by KT]



Marriage Licenses:
Forest Barnhart, 33, tool designer, Vandalia, and Helene Hoover, 24, dietitian, Tipp City.
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 1, 1945]
Charles Franklin Blair, 23, farmer, Troy, and Betty Louise Snyder, 18, secretary. R. R. 2, New Carlisle
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 6, 1945]
Richard Gordon Clawson, 18, factory worker, Troy, and Helen L Botkins. 21, west Milton.
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 6, 1945]
Robert L. Creager, 20, U.S. Navy, and Eileen Shaffer, 17, both of Piqua.
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 1, 1945]
Harvey Eilenian, 32, farmer, Newton township and Miss Elizabeth Heck, 23, Covington
[Piqua Daily Leader-Dispatch Feb 23, 1909]
Fred H. Henne, 35, U. S. government work, and Helen Blanchard, 29, employe Aeroproducts.
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 1, 1945]
Frank Kimmes, 42, farmer, Washington twp and Kate Bur-, 42, Piqua. Rev. J. J. Crowley
[Piqua Daily Leader-Dispatch Feb 23, 1909]
W. Clifford Lines, 31, real estate, Piqua and Edna K. Winkler, 21, Piqua. Rev. J. W. Lowe
[Piqua Daily Leader-Dispatch, 11 Jan 1909]
Robert Dewane Macy, 23, U. S. Navy, Troy and Betty Wright, 20, waitress, Troy.
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 3, 1945]
Carl Nelson Ross, 21, farmer, of Pleasant Hill, and Helen Mae Baker, 19, factory worker, Piqua
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 5, 1945]
Clarence Myron Slover, 21, carder, Piqua and Miss Melissa Wise, 18, weaver, Covington
[Piqua Daily Leader-Dispatch, Jan 11, 1909]
Mike Leo Skiba 24, U.S. Army, Chardon, O., and Evelyn Mae Beaver, 17, Covington.
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 7, 1945]
Carrol E. Whitmer, 18, farmer, and Dora Powell, 18, assembly worker, both of Covington.
[Piqua Daily Call, Feb 1, 1945]



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