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Indianapolis Sentinel; June 6, 1879

Posted by Debbie Jennings

Lewisville, Indiana -- R.M. Russell, Esq. was married this evening to Mrs. Mollie E. Foster at the residence of the bride's father, William Ward. Rev. E.S. Freeman of the M.E. church officiating. A large crowd was present and the newly married couple start out in life under the most favorable circumstances.


Morgan Gazette; December 3, 1857

Posted by Debbie Jennings

On the 25th of October, by Squire Matthews, Mr. James McCracken to Sarah Dezelems, all of this county.


Morgan Gazette; February 18, 1858

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On the 11th instant, by the Rev. Wm McGinnis, Mr George Guyer to Miss Rancina Hayward, all of this town. We were present on the above occassion and enjoyed ourselves hugely. The supper was good, the company entertaining-- the bride looked handsome, the groom happy. May their honeymoon never wane.


Martinsville Democrat; July 9, 1926; page 1

Posted by Debbie Jennings

Miss Hazel Toner, daughter of Mrs Sophia Toner of this city and Mr Oscar W. Turner of Bedford were married last Sunday afternoon at four o'clock in the Methodist parsonage at Mitchell, Indiana.The ceremony was said by Rev. H.H. Allen, a former pastor of the Methodist Church in this city. After the ceremony the couple left for West Baden where they will stay for a few days. They will then return to Bloomington where they will make their home. Mrs. Turner is well known in this community having been in business with her brother O.C. Toner in the Toner Dry Goods Company. Mrs Turner has been a member of the quartet of the Methodist Church for a number of years. Mr. Turner is in charge of the quarry and mill of the Consolidated Stone Company at Bloomington.


Morgan Gazette; February 28, 1857

Submitted by Kathy Bargerhuff

On Thursday evening, the 26th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. Bloomfield to Miss Jane Ritchie, all of this town. A very handsome and excellent lot of cake accompanied the above notice with "the compliments of the ladies and bride and groom." If the ladies are not already married, we wish them success in that line; as to the bride and groom, their fortunes are made, and they could not be a bit happier then they are by all the wishing in the world. Neverless, here's to their prosperity and happiness, a long life and a useful one.


Morgan Gazette; February 4, 1858

Submitted by Kathy Bargerhuff

On the 26th of January by Rev. James Ritchey, Mr. Luke C. Kennedy and Miss Isabel Hynds, all of this county.


Morgan Gazette; September 24, 1857

Submitted by Kathy Bargerhuff

In this township, on the 15th instant, by Joel Matthews, Esqr., Madison Matthews to Prulotha L. Evans.


Morgan Gazette; May 27, 1858

Submitted by Kathy Bargerhuff

On Thursday, the 6th instant by the Rev. Dr. Porter, Dr. C.M. Lindley of Waverly to Miss Elizabeth J. Province, daughter of Samuel and Nancy Province of Pleasureville, Kentucky.

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