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Baker-Stein
On the 15th inst., by the Rev. J.L. Reber, John L. Baker, Esq., editor of the "Lebanon Democrat," to Miss Elizabeth Stein, of Jonestown, Lebanon county. (Sunbury American, Sunbury, Northumberland Co., Pa., Saturday, November 2, 1850 - Transcribed by Tammy Clark)

Barry-Laudermilch
Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania) December 1, 1931
Evelyn Laudermilch is Bride of John H. Barry
Rev. C. J. Yoder Saturday night united in marriage Miss Evelyn Laudermilch, daughter of Kathryn L. Laudermilch, 22 North Eighth Street and Leroy William Barry, 223 South Tenth Street, son of John H. Barry. The ceremony was performed in the First Evengelical Congregational church parsonage. The happy couple will reside with the bridegroom's parents.?

Biocher-Hartzell
Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania), December 12 1827
Married on Thursday the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. L. L. Hinsch , Thomas Biocher of Lebanon, Penn. To Miss Maria Hartzell of Franklin township, Adams county.

Boyer-Spangler
Taken from the Gettysburg Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) May 12, 1909
Boyer-Spangler - On Tuesday evening, April 27th, George A. Boyer of Annville, Pa., and Miss Hermie E. Spangler, youngest daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spangler of near York Springs, were united in marriage by Rev. Wm. F. DeLong, pastor of the Christ Reformed Church at Annville. Miss Spanger had been working at Annville for the past three years as a stenographer. They will reside at Annville.

Corradi -Marinucci
Hershey, Aug. 21
The marriage of Miss Ann Corradi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Corradi, 219 West Granada Avenue and Harry Marinucci, son of Mrs. Filomena Marinucci, Philadelphia, took place Saturday morning in the St. Joan of Arc Chruch. The rector, the Rev. Anthony J. Mayan officiated at the double ring ceremony. The couple will reside at 1539 Dickinson Street, Philadelphia upon their return from a wedding trip to Canada. Mrs. Marinucci graduated from the Hershey High School and was employed by the State Workmen's Insurance Bureau, Harrisburg. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Franklin School, Altoona and is employed in Philadelphia. [Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania) Friday Evening, August 22, 1947]

Eby-Blyer
Taken From the Gettysburg Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania)December 8, 1917
Eby-Blyer - A wedding took place at the Reformed parsonage in Arendtville on Thanksgiving Day, Rev. T. C. Hesson uniting in marriage Arthur M. Eby and Miss E. Ruth Blyer, both of Lebanon.  Mr. Eby is employed by the Bethlehem Steel company, and Miss Blyer had been assistant to her brother, Dr. Harper Blyer, a dentist of Lebanon. She is a cousin of Mrs. Hesson. Others who were present were Misses Mae and Elizabeth Blyer and Beatrice Strickler, of Lebanon and Miss Eva M. Brunner, of Annville.

Eckenroth-Becker
Source: Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania), 15 May 1965, page 8
ECKENROTH, Joseph C to Gloria L Becker, 8 May 1965, Myerstown, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
- Contributed by Donald Buncie

Eckenroth-Shephard
Source: Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania), 25 Nov 1935
ECKENROTH, Charles W, Jr to Mary Grace Shephard, 28 Nov 1935, St Marys Catholic Church, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania
- Contributed by Donald Buncie

Fletcher-Hughes
Taken From Bedford Gazette (Bedford, Pennsylvania) April 24 1925
Mr. Charles S. Fletcher, a former resident of Bedford  Township, but who for some time has been employed at Altoona, and Miss Lillie M. Hughes, a graduate nurse of the Mercer hospital, Annville, in the class of 1924, were united in marriage by Rev. U. E. Apple, pastor of the First Lutheran church, Annville, on Sunday, April 19. They were attended by Mr. Albert Herr Kelcher and Miss Esther E. Hughes, a sister of the bride. A dinner was given in honor of the couple at the Lebanon Valley college. ..... Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher are spending the week at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Leah Fletcher near Bedford and after a trip to the eastern cities they will be at home at 507 Pine street, Holidaysburg.

Gongloff-Rupp

Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, May 9, 1914
Pretty Bride Married by Brother, a Pastor
The home of John H. Rupp, a well-known retired farmer, at Chamber Hill, was the scene of a very pretty wedding last evening when Raymond T. Gongloff of Palmyra and Miss Mabel S. Rupp were married by the Rev. S. Edwin Rupp, pastor of the Otterbein United Brethren Church, brother of the bride.
The wedding was witnessed by more than sixty people, including friends and relatives of the bride and groom. They were attended by Miss Rupp and Frank Gongloff. Miss Mary Rupp acted as flower girl. Immediately after the marriage a wedding supper was served to those present. Mr. and Mrs. Gongloff left on a honeymoon trip for Washington, New York and Boston. Mr. Rupp is well known in Palmyra and is employed as a telegraph operator at Hershy.

Goodman-Platt
Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, May 13, 1914
Married at Grantville
Grantville, Pa., May 13 - On Saturday afternoon, May 9, John H. Goodman and M. C. Platt, both of Palmyra were married by the Rev. O. R. Bittner at the Lutheran parsonage at Grantville. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Snavely of Grantville.

Hoffman-Dickerson
Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, January 7, 1914
Manheim, Pa., Jan. 7 - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman were married at the residence of Dr. J. B. Groh, 505 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, by the Rev. H. J. Behney, pastor of the United Brethren Church of Manheim, on August 18 last, and announced their marriage on Monday. The bride before marriage was Miss Ethel A. Dickerson, of Roanoke Va., and the young couple first met several years ago while she was visiting among friends here. Mr. Hoffman went to Carlisle for his marriage license and the announcement of their marriage came as a surprise to all. Mr. Hoffman is an athlete of no mean order, playing left field on the Manheim baseball club for the past six seasons. They will reside at Lebanon where the bridegroom will engage in the harness business.

Hower-Clay
Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon PA, January 15, 1932
Rev. A. R. Bachman, assistant pastor of the Reformed church at Schaeffertown, this week united in marriage LeRoy A. Hower of Mt. Aetna, son of Charles Hower and Florence Clay, daughter of Herbert Clay, both of Mt. Aetna.

Kling - Gruber
Lebanon Daily News, November 27, 1931
Miss Sarah B. Gruber, of Palmyra R. D. 2, and Elmer R. Kling of East Petersburg, were married yesterday noon (Thanksgiving) in the First United Brethren Church by the pastor, Dr. P. B. Gibble. The ring ceremony was used. There were no attendants.

LEHMAN-SCHAEFFER
Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon PA, January 8, 1932
Lehman-Schaeffer
On Saturday evening, at six o'clock, at the parsonage of the Evangelical Congregational Church, on Mifflin Street, Rev. H. L. Lehman united in marriage Harry L. Lehman of Rock and Miss Verna Schaeffer of Moyer's Station. The ring ceremony was used. Immediately after the ceremony the newly married couple proceeded to the home of the bride's parents to partake of a very sumptuous wedding feast. In addition to Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Lehman, the following were present: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schaeffer; Herman, Lillie and Ruth Schaeffer; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schaeffer; Grace, Pearl and Erma Schaeffer; Evelyn and Carl Schaeffer; Mr. and Mrs. George Lehman; Mabel Lehman; Charles Lehman; Mr. and Mrs. Serling Schrope; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heinbach, Arline Heinbach; Richard Heinbach, Kenneth Heinbach; Albert Zimmerman, Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Lehman; Harold and Esther Lehman. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman will begin housekeeping in Marstown in the near future.

LONG-BACHMAN
The New Bloomfield Times, New Bloomfield, Pa., March 11, 1879
Married on the 6th ult., at Jonestown by Rev. c. H. Mutschie, Mr. Clarke G. Long of Swartara Twp., Leb Co., to Miss Ida Bachman, of New Buffalo, Perry Co., Pa.

Medina-Roman
Source: Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania), 15 May 1965, page 8
MEDINA, Justino to Santia Roman, 12 May 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
- Contributed by Donald Buncie

Miller-Boltz
Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, November 24, 1914
Miller-Boltz Wedding
Annville, Pa., Nov. 24 - Miss Stella Boltz of this place, was wedded to Harvey M. Miller of Palmyra at the parsonage of the Zion United Evangelical Church on Saturday evening. The ceremony was performed by the pastor, the Rev. A. A. Koch. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will reside in Palmyra after a short eastern trip.

Monk-Opsitos
Source: Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania), 15 May 1965, page 8
MONK, John K to Elaine OPSITOS, Joseph T to Gladys I Fleagle, 8 May 1965, Annville, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
- Contributed by Donald Buncie

Moose-Kersher
Gettysburg Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania)August 11, 1917
On last Saturday evening, Aug. 4, Miss May Kersher of Myerstown, Lebanon Co., and Luther E. Moose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Moose of Franklin township (Adams co.), were married by Rev. C. F. Floto. For the present they will reside at the home of the bridegroom's parents.

Noll-Wunderlich
Lebanon Daily News, November 27, 1931
Irene E. Wunderlich Bride of Richard Noll
A wedding of much interest took place the afternoon of Thanksgiving day, when Miss Irene E. Wunderlich, daughter of John W. and the late Mme L. Wunderlick, of 424 Locust street, became the bride of Richard H. Noll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Noll, of 426 Locust street, at the parsonage of St. Paul's Evangelical church with the pastor, the Rev. Jos. Gross, officiating. The bride was attired in a gown of brown with accessories to match. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. The young couple will be "at home" at 424 Locust street. Mr. Noll is employed by the Bethlehem Steel Company. The newlyweds have the best wishes of many friends for happiness.

Potter-Deck
Taken From Gazette and Bulletin (Williamsport, Pennsylvania) October 9, 1911
Lebanon Valley College, Annville, was surprised at the announcement that Ivan C. Potter, a junior from Long Island, had secretly wedded Miss Elie Deck, in Lebanon in June.

Shay-Flood
Elsie Flood - Charles Shay Nuptials on Sat. Evening
Miss Elsie Flood of 117 South Third street, and Charles Shay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Shay of 301 Guilford street were united of the holy bonds of matrimony on Saturday evening, in the Moravian Parsonage, by the pastor, Rev. E. H. Christianson. Mrs. Shay is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson D. Flood of Shade Gap. The bride was attired in a blue flat crepe dress and hat to match and carried a bouquet of daisies. Her maid of honor, Miss Corinne Deiter, selected a Spanish tile dress with black hat and black slippers. She also carried daisies. Stephen Stellar acted as best man. The bride has been employed at the Woolworth store, Mr. Shay is a machinist by trade. He is employed at the Bethlehem steel plant. They will live at Fourth and Lehman streets.
[Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon Pa., Monday Evening, November 2, 1931, Page 1 ]

Shreffler-Snyder
Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, November 4, 1914
Married at Penbrook
Blain, Pa., Nov. 4. - Joseph B. Shreffler of Palmyra, Pa., formerly of Blain and Miss Buelah A. Snyder of Palmyra, were married on Saturday morning by the Rev. Luther E. Henry, at the Lutheran parsonage at Penbrook, Pa.

Snyder-Wolfe
Lebanon Daily News, November 27, 1931
Wedding Bells Rang for Lebanon Couple
Miss Effie Snyder and Martin Wolfe United by Rev. Daugherty on Thanksgiving.
Left on Honeymoon Trip to New England States
A Thanksgiving wedding was celebrated at the home of Mrs. Sevilla Snyder, 1109 Mifflin street, when her daughter, Miss Effie Snyder, was united in marriage to Martin J. Wolfe, of 407 East Mifflin St. The ceremony was performed at 11 o'clock in the morning by the Rev. D. F. Daugherty. The bride made a stunning appearance in a Spanish Tile effect made in the latest creation. To complete her costume the bride wore a metallic hat, chiffon hose and black kid pumps. The attendants were John A. Light, as best man and Mrs. Katie Smith as matron of honor. After the wedding a sumptuous turkey dinner was served to the following guests: Mrs. Sevilla Snyder and daughters Eva and Florence and grandson, Leonard, John A. Light, Mrs. Katie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Paugratz Knable, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Blouch, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shirk and children, Kenneth, Robert Junior and Beverly. The bride and groom left on an extended honeymoon to New York and through the New England states. After their return they will reside for the present at the home of the bride's mother, 1109 Mifflin Street, Lebanon.

Spitler-Beck
Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania) April 12, 1934
Emalyn D. Beck is Bride of Elvin Spitler
Miss Emalyn D. Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Beck of 431 Walnut Street on Wednesday evening became the bride of Elvin H. Spitler of 132 South Eighth Street, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Spitler of Jonestown Rural Route No. 1. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Elwood Schwenk, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church, this city. A brother of the bride, Eckert Beck and his wife, attended the couple as matron of honor and best man respectively. The bride is a graduate of Lebanon high school, '31, and was popular in her class as a basketball player and all around athlete. The bridegroom is a recent graduate of State College and is employed in a clerical capacity at the Lebanon County Trust Company. The newlyweds will make their home for the present at the home of the bride's parents.

Taylor-Weistling
On the 17th inst., by the Rev. J.F. Mesick, Timothy Taylor Worth, Esq., editor of the Lebanon Courier, to Miss Mary Elen, daughter of Joshua M. Weistling, M.D. of Harrisburg. (Sunbury American, Sunbury, Northumberland Co., Pa., Saturday, November 2, 1850 - Transcribed by Tammy Clark)

Trautman-Kauffman
Lebanon Daily News, November 27, 1931
Marriage License
Grant E. Trautman, knitter 22 of Newmanstown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Trautman and Sallie R. Kauffman, 25, of Mohrsville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kauffman were granted a marriage license at Reading.


Umberger - Propst
Lebanon Daily News, November 27, 1931
Miss Eva Propst was Wedded to Raymond B. Umberger
Miss Eva M. Propst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Propst, of near Harpers, because the bride of Raymond B. Umberger, of Bellegrove, Thursday morning, at the home of a brother, Rev. Grant J. Umberger, 443 East Main street, Annville.
Rev. Umberger, brother to the bridegroom, performed the wedding ceremony in the presence of Mrs. Grant Umberger and a daughter of Alverta Ruth Umberger. The simple ring ceremony was used. Rev. Umberger is pastor of the Philadelphia Fourth United Brethren in Christ church. The parsonage was attractively decorated with flowers for the occasion. Immediately after the ceremony the newly-weds were entertained at the home of the bride's parents, where a turkey dinner was served. Forty guests attended the reception and dinner to the couple, who were showered with felicitations and best wishes on their sea of matrimony.
During the afternoon numerous guests participated in rendering vocal and instrumental selections.
On Saturday morning the couple will leave on an extended honeymoon trip through Virginia, west Virginia and other southern states. They will reside north of Annville upon their return. Mrs. Umberger was employed in a local silk mill and is very well known. The bridegroom is engaged in farming in the Bellegrove region.

WORTH-WEISTLING
The Star of the North, Bloomsburg, PA, October 31, 1850
Married on the 17th inst., by the Rev. J. F. Mesick, Timothy Taylor Worth, Esq., editor of the "Lebanon Courier," to Miss Mary Ellen, daughter of Joshua M. Weistling, M.D., of Harrisburg.

Zeller - Gosch
Lebanon Daily News, November 27, 1931
Zeller-Gosch Nuptials on Thanksgiving
Pretty Ring Ceremony Was Performed at Reading by Rev. Ischinger
Couple Will Reside at 925 Cumberland St., Lebanon
Miss Miriam Zeller, of 1120 Old Cumberland Street and John G. Gosch, of Womelsdorf, were united in marriage at a quiet ceremony at 4:30 Thursday afternoon, Thanksgiving Day, in the parsonage of St. John's Lutheran church, 530 Walnut street, Reading, Pa. The Rev. Robert H. Ischinger performed the ceremony and the impressive ring ritual was used. Miss Zeller is employed in the office of the news-Times and is widely known in the community. Her husband is an employee of the Nolde-Horst company of Wolmelsdorf. Upon their return from their honeymoon, they wiill be at home to their friends at 925 Cumberland street.

Zern - Sypherd
Charles Zern - Emily Sypherd
The Rev. William A. Luck of Reading on Saturday married Charles Zern and Emily Sypherd, both of Pottstown, who secured a marriage license in this city last week.
Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon Pa., Monday Evening, November 2, 1931, Page 7 ]
 

 

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