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Jessamine County Marriages

Wedding Announcements

Contributed by Roxanne Moores

County Coordinator Jessamine County KyGenWeb


At the First Baptist Church at Keene, in Jessamine County yesterday evening at 8 o'clock, Miss Millie Daniel was married to Mr. Cary Lewis, of Lexington.

Source: "A Colored wedding", Lexington Leader, April 28, 1899


Announcement is made that Mrs. Katie Oldham and John Berry were married at Nicholasville, Saturday, January
20, 1912. County Judge Phillips officiated.

Source: "Colored notes", "The Leader",  October 20, 1912

Cornelius Carter and Miss Jeanie Young, of Nicholasville, were married at the home of Mrs. Georgia Harris, on North Broadway Thursday evening, Elder Geo. C. Campbell officiating.

Source :"Colored personal notes", "The Leader", November 13, 1904


Miss Georgia Wickliffe, of Nicholasville, and Mr. Sih Graham of Danville were married at the Court house

Source: "Colored notes", "The Leader", June 22, 1909