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BAKER - WOOLEY
Married: On the 18th inst., by C. W. Burgoon JP, at his office in Jackson township, Mr. Charles Baker and Miss Rebecca C. Woolley.
[Union County Journal, Sep 29, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

BLAND-PARIS
On Thursday evening, June 29th, in the Presbyterian Church of Milford Center, Mr. George W. Bland, of Cleveland, and Miss Clara Paris, of Union township, Union Co., O. [Union County Journal, Jul 7, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

BLUE-CARTER
On the 13th inst., at the residence of the bride's mother in Jackson township, by C. W. Burgoon, JP, Mr. Levi Blue and Miss Sarah Carter.
[Union County Journal, Jul 28, 1876]

BLUE - JEREN
On the 19th ult., at the residence of the bride's parents in Jackson township, Union County, by C. W. Burgoon, JP, Mr. Harvey Blue and Miss Mary A. Jeren.
[Union County Journal, Sep 8, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

BOYD - MITCHELL
On Monday, October 30, 1876, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. G. D. Mitchell, by Rev. J. S. Adams, Mr. Simon D. Boyd and Miss Elsie J. Mitchell, only daughter of G. D. and Sarah Mitchell of Delaware county.
[Union County Journal, Nov 3, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

CLEMMONS - SANDERS
Miss Myrtle M. Sanders, of Richwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Sanders, and Mr. Vincent D. Clemmons, of Garret, Ind., were united in marriage Monday afternoon at 3:30 in Newport, Ky., by Rev. Theodore Gerding.
[Richwood Gazette 18 Jan 1940; "25 Years Ago" (14 Jan 1915)]

DAVIS - DEHAVEN
Married: By Wesley Garrard JP., at his residence in Marysville, on the 24th day of August, 1876, Mr. Joseph Davis and Miss Roselin Dehaven.
[Union County Journal, Sep 1, 1876 - Sub. by L. Dietz]

DUTTON - GODFREY
On the 31st ult., by the same, at the residence of the bride's parents in Jackson township, Mr. William Dutton and Miss Delia Godfrey.
[Union County Journal, Sep 8, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

EDDY-KETCH
On the 22nd of June 1876 by Henry King JP, Mr. John Eddy and Mrs. Sarah Ketch, all of Union Co.
[Union County Journal, Jun 23, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

EDWARDS - MEHAFFY
On the 3d ult., at the residence of the bride's parents in Liberty township, Union county, by Elder Williams, Mr. George C. Edwards and Miss Ella Mehaffy, third daughter of James Mehaffy, Esq
. [Union County Journal, Sep 8, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

FINLEY-WATSON
On July 6th, 1876, by Rev. w. G. March, at his residence in Marysville, Mr. James E. Finley, of Allen township and Miss Margaret Watson, of Union township, Union Co.
[Union County Journal, Jul 7, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

FOX - BROOKS
Married - On the 11th inst, by the same (H.J. King, JP), Mr. Charles W. Fox and Miss Nancy J. Brooks, all of this county.
[Union County Journal Sep 22, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

FUNSTON - SNODGRASS
By Rev. Wm. O. March, in the Presbyterian Church of Marysville, on Tuesday evening Nov. 7th, 1876, Mr. Thomas J. Funston of Columbus, O., and Miss Olive B. Snodgrass, of Marysville, O.
[Union County Journal, Nov 10, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

GABRIEL-HARRIS
At the Baptist church in Milford Center, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Geo. F. Stansbury, of Delaware, O., Mr. Eli Gabriel and Miss Ann Harris, both of Milford.
[Union County Journal, Jun 30, 1876 - Sub. by L. Dietz]

GARDNER
A piece of wedding cake came over the sea last week to S. S. Gardner and the letter that accompanied it told of the marriage of his sister in England.
[Richwood Gazette, Jan 4, 1940, "50 Years Ago" (Jan 2 1890)]

GIBSON - CARDER
On Thursday, October 27th, 1876, by Wesley Garrard JP, at his residence, Mr. David Gibson and Miss Anna L. Carder, both of Marysville.
[Union County Journal, Nov 3, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

GREEN- ADAMS
At Marysville, O., in the 5th inst., by Henry J. King JP, Mr. Wilson D. Green and Miss Jane Adams, all of Union Co.
[Union County Journal, Jun 23, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

HINES - WRIGHT
The marriage of Mr. William Hines of West Mansfield, and Miss Beatrice Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walen Wright, who reside northwest of Richwood, were united in marriage Wednesday, January 5 at West Mansfield.
[Richwood Gazette 18 Jan 1940; "25 Years Ago" (14 Jan 1915)]

LEE - EDMONDSON
Miss Emma Lee and Mr. A. C. Edmondson, of Urbana, Miss Elle B. Price and Mr. Will O. Shearer, of Marysville, were the attendants. The happy couple left for the Centennial and Cape May
. [Union County Journal, Jun 30, 1876 - Sub. by L. Dietz]

LIGGETT-BROWN
On Monday evening, july 3d, 1876, by the Rev. Wm. G. March, Mr. Wm. M. Liggett of the Marysville Bank, and Miss Tillie R. Brown, eldest daughter of judge Thos. Brown, all of Marysville.
[Union County Journal, Jul 7, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

LYONS - GILLISPIE
Miss Eva G. Gillispie, 28, of Irwin, and Mr. Harold S. Lyons, 24, of Milford Center. They were married by Rev. A. L. Rogers.
[Richwood Gazette, Sep 4, 1913]

MAYO - PATTERSON
Married - On the 3d inst., by the Rev. W. A. James, Mr. Adam J. Mayo and Miss Leefla Patterson.
[Union County Journal Sep 22, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

MUCHLENBRUCH- NICOL
on the 15th inst., at the Main street Lutheran church, by Rev. W. Lembke, Mr. Chas. Muchlenbruch and Miss Lydia Nicol, both of Marysville.
[Union County Journal, Jun 23, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

REDMAN-EVANS
At Marysville, O., on the 15th inst., by Henry J. King JP, Mr. James Redman and Miss Marietta Evans, all of Union Co.
[Union County Journal, Jun 23, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

REES - REED
Christmas day at high noon Miss Hester Lowe Reed was united in marriage to Mr. Earl Rees, of Marion. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reed, northwest of Richwood.
[Richwood Gazette 11 Jan 1940; "25 Years Ago (1 Jan 1915)]

SMITH - JOHNSON
At Marysville, October 26th, 1876, by H. J. King JP, Mr. Lewis J. Smith and Miss Ella Johnson, both of Union County.
[Union County Journal, Nov 3, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

SOUTHWICK - TENNEY
On the 22d inst., at the residence of T. F. Perdew, Newark, O., by the Rev. D. C. Owen, Mr. E. R. Southwick, of Marysville, and Mrs. J. C. Tenney, (formerly Mrs. Ross) of Delaware, O.
[Union County Journal, Jun 30, 1876 - Sub. by L. Dietz]

TABERN - COOPER
Married - On the 7th inst., by H. J. King JP, Mr. J. H. Tabern and Miss Matilda Cooper, all of Union County.
[Union County Journal Sep 22, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]

TEMPLE - DRAKE
Joe H. Temple Weds Miss Reva Drake Dec. 24th -- Ceremony Performed At Nazarene Church In Marion, Ohio
The Church of the Nazarene in Marion, was the scene of a very beautiful winter wedding Sunday, December 24, when Miss Reva Drake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Drake, of West Mansfield, exchanged vows with Joe H. Temple, of Richwood. The Rev. Wally Ellis assisted by Rev. Wooten read the double ring services before an altar beautifully decorated with two seven branch candelabra and baskets of white mums and poinsettias.
Mrs. Wally Ellis presided at the organ and Sam Wood, soloist, presented a half-hour of nuptial music. Mrs. Stanley Meddles, niece of the groom, attired in a gold taffeta formal, lighted the candles.
The bride was beautiful in her gown of white slipper satin fashioned with a fitted bodice and chantilly lace yoke. The long fitted sleeves ended in points over the hands. Tiny self-covered buttons trimmed the back of the bodice and sleeves. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was held in place with satin rosebuds. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations, pine cones and pine needles, tied with white ribbon streamers. Miss Edna Mae Drake was maid of honor for her sister. She wore a pale blue crepe formal and carried a bouquet of white and blue carnations tied with blue ribbon streamers.
Miss Donna Davis was bride's maid and she wore a light yellow moire taffeta and carried a bouquet of white and yellow flowers tied with yellow ribbon streamers. Misses Joan and Dianne Littell, nieces of the groom, were ring bearers and carried the rings on white satin pillows. They were dressed in identical pale pink taffeta with fitted bodices and full skirts, floor length. They wore half hats of the same material as their dresses and wore shoulder corsages of blue carnations. John Smeltzer was best man and he was attended by David Ehret. Seating the guests were Paul Webb, Francis Drake and Guy Marsh.
Following the wedding a reception was held at the Hoffman home on Mary Street in Marion. A large four tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom by the groom's sister, Mrs. Lester Lyttell centered the table. Hostesses for the reception were Anna Heizer, Alice Fields, Irene Addison, Helen Bishop, Blanche Marsh and Martha Lyttell. [
The Richwood Gazette (Richwood, Ohio) January 11, 1950 - submitted by Ida Maack Recu]

TURNER-WOODWARD
Edmund Turner, son of Solomon Turner, who graduated from an art school in Chicago last week was united in marriage Tuesday morning to Miss Maude Woodward, a professional nurse of this city. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Woodward of south Court street. The ceremony was performed in Columbus at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. C. F. Lents, Rev. H. C. Colburn, a former pastor of the Congregational church in this city officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Turner will reside in Marysville this summer although their plans for the future have not been arranged. [The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]

ZWERNER-DELLINGER

At the St. Paul Lutheran church, Columbus, O., on Thursday evening Nov. 3, 1876, by Rev. K. Mees, Mr. Adam Zwerner of Marysville, and Miss Mary Dellinger of Columbus. O.
[Union County Journal, Nov 10, 1876 - Sub by L. Dietz]



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