Shelby Chronicle Marriages:  May 16, 1867 - Aug. 20, 1868

Richland Co., Ohio

Marriage Records

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e Shelby Chronicle Marriages:  May 16, 1867 - Aug. 20, 1868  f

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Source:  Shelby Chronicle



Pub. Date Vol. No. Married Place Minister Groom Bride
5/16/1867 1 11 5/14 Shelby Rev. N.H. Loose I.E. Steffey Sallie Cline
5/30/1867 1 13 5/23 John Stover home Rev. D. Summers Conrad Beckhart Margaret Smith
" " " 5/28 bride's father's home

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George Washington Cummins Eliza L. Cahill
6/20/1867 1 16 6/8

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Rev. N.H. Loose Valentine Lybarger Sarah A. Harvy
7/11/1867 1 19 7/9 bride's father's home Rev. J.K. Kest James H. Slynt Mary F. Meeker
7/18/1867 1 20 7/15 bride's father's home Rev. D. Summers D.B. Jones (Cortland Co., NY) Minnie A. Meredith (Shelby)
7/25/1867 1 21 7/17 - Rev. J.K. Kost Samuel Coltman (Shelby) Julia Flint (Shelby)
9/12/1867 1 28 9/10 - Rev. Summers Newton F. Mickey (Shelby) Florence Madden (Shelby)
11/7/1867 1 35 10/24 bride's father's home Rev. J.R. Jewitt James Dawson (Plymouth Tp.) Rebecca Hardy (Plymouth Tp.)
" " " 10/29 - Rev. D. Summers Daniel W. Raudabaugh Sydna A. Garnhart
11/14/1867 1 37 11/7 - Rev. N.H. Loose James Bly Sarah Briner
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Jacob Muntz (Cleveland) Hannah Lippert (Shelby)
" " " 11/7 bride's mother's home Rev. D. Summers Jacob Roush Sarah J. Finnicle
" " " 11/12 bride's father's home

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James N. Miller Jennie Kingsborough
11/21/1867 1 38 10/12 at Crestline Rev. J.K. Kest A.W. Mosey (Mansfield) F.R. Ritchey (Crestline)
11/28/1867 1 39 11/27 near Rome, OH Rev. H.G. DuBois Cash L. Cline Jennie Rice (d/o John)
12/19/1867 1 42 12/14 bride's father's home Rev. Hubbard DuBois A.D. Ames (Clyde, OH) Manda Holgate (Shelby)
12/26/1867 1 43 12/19 bride's father's home

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Capt. Frank A. DuBois Sallie R. Mickey (d/o Thos.)
" " " 12/19 Maple Grove Rev. H. DuBois Capt. W.H. Garrett L. Retta Sowers
" " " " West Liberty, OH Rev. N.H. Loose Israel Nazor Ellen M. Faulkner
1/2/1868 1 44 12/25 bride's father's home

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R.D. Stober Dell Gipson
" " " 12/29

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Rev. N.H. Loose John M. Snyder (Ganges) Lydia A. Laser (Shelby)
1/9/1868 1 45 1/3 bride's father's home Rev. J.K. Kost Reuben H. Foster Sarah E. Shade
1/23/1868 1 47 1/14 bride's father's home M. Barber Wesley Harbaugh (Shelby) Leoir Burns (Jackson Tp.)
" " " 1/16 Shelby Rev. N.H. Loose A.M. Burgan Mrs. Margaret Markley
" " " 1/21 J.J. Plank residence Rev. N.H. Loose Isaac Adams (Shelby) Angeline Beelman (Shelby)
2/6/1868 1 49 1/30

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Rev. N.H. Loose John B. Strock Arteania T. Stewart
2/13/1868 1 50 12/23 C. Long residence Rev. Geo. Bender John Lensanbauch Caroline Jones (Shelby)
" " " 2/4 bride's father's home Rev. Geo. Bender David Snyder (Shelby) Catherine E. Roush (Shelby)
" " " 2/6 I. Rogers residence Rev. Geo. Bender I.H. Ickes (Sandusky Co.) Maggie Hollenbaugh (Shelby)
2/20/1868 1 51 2/13 Ganges Rev. N.H. Loose Wm. Boals Nancy Bricker
3/19/1868 2 1 2/27

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Rev. N.H. Loose George B. Sowder Sarah M. Adams
5/7/1868 2 7 4/14 Mansfield Rev. Fiery Dr. D.C. McMillin S.R. Lawyer
5/21/1868 2 9 5/19 bride's father's home Rev. Twichel J.W. Jenner, Esq. (Mansfield) Emma Mack
5/28/1868 2 10 5/7 bride's father's home Elder R.M. Brayton Dr. James F. Paul (Shelby) Sarah A. Rhoads (Shelby)
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Rev. H. Loose Joseph B. Cooper (Shelby) Abigail E. Abbott (Shelby)
" " " 5/14 bride's father's home Rev. J.F. Jones Richard Arter (Shelby) Amelia Hoover (New Lisbon, OH)
7/2/1868 2 15 6/24 near Plymouth Rev. A.K. Owen Geo. B. Fleming Ruie G. Ganong (d/o Joel)
7/9/1868 2 16 7/2 Geo. Ealand home Rev. Summers Joseph Snyder (Shelby) Sarah Lamer (Shelby)
8/13/1868 2 21 8/5 bride's parent's home Rev. J.K. Kost George Atkins (Poughkeepsie, NY) Annie Breckbill (Shelby)
" " " 8/8 Plymouth Rev. J.K. Kost Mitchel Orwiler Mary Sanderson
8/20/1868 2 22 8/4 Hattie Cummins home Rev. H. DuBois Levi D. Laughbaum Sarah Hollabaugh
" " " 8/13 - Rev. Summers V.W. Sutter Annie Miller
" " " 8/13 - Rev. Summers Wm. Morton Mary Stough

GOLDEN WEDDING of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Marvin -- We are glad to see these pleasant family reunions extending to our midst, one of them came off upon the 4th. and 5th., inst., at the residence of Mr. & Mrs. M., of this place, where were assembled children and grand-children to the number of forty-four, and other relations to the number of 56.  We risk invading the privacy of this happy reunion of relatives, who had some of them not met before, for more than half of a life time, in giving to the public a slight sketch of it.  It is seldom that we see so large a family where the head is but seventy one years of age and but little past the prime and vigor of manhood.  Mr. and Mrs. M. immigrated from Norwalk, Connecticut, in 1818;  and settled where they now reside, we would be glad to give the history of their privations, and speak of the hardships they encountered as Pioneers of this vicinity, but our space is too limited.  Also the aid they rendered through their descendents in the war of the rebellion, suffice it to say four of their sons were soldiers some of them were in numerous battles and received dangerous wounds.  Four grandsons also were soldiers, one fell at Stone River, one died many deaths, and another died in Kentucky, of fever and starvations, at Andersonville.  How few of these old pioneers are left among us, their marked individuality is passing away, a race of stern men we soon shall see no more forever, because the conditions that produced them are passing with the men themselves.  Individualities are being restrained, and repressed by our more uniform system of education which produces more men of intellect;  but are they greater men?  In consequence of the anniversary coming upon Sunday, it was thought best to have the boisterous part of the ceremonies on Saturday, and divine service upon the Sabbath.  Saturday afternoon was devoted to a mysterious affair, conducted in the parlor, until it was explained by the introduction of Mr. & Mrs. M., with their guests where were found presents, the mementoes of affection from the different members of the family to its honored heads.  To be in keeping with the donors thee were of a practical character;  among others, we observed an Ebony cane with a gold head, another of hickory the park of a ball upon it, cut upon the field of Fort Donelson, to help their walking, easy chairs to rest them while sitting, Gold Spectacles to enable them to see, Embroidered Slippers to keep their feet warm, beside many other beautiful and recherché ones, we cannot mention.  On Sunday Divine service conducted by the Rev. G.R. Brown.  Text Matthew 17th., and 4th., "Lord it is good for us to be here," and it was so.  Then came the greetings and well wishes of the many relatives and friends of the Bride and Groom of fifty years ago.  There were few dry eyes in that assembly, it was a time long to be remembered as one that "maketh the heart glad."  [Shelby Chronicle:  16 April 1868, Vol. 2, No. 4]


Abstracted by Amy E. Armstrong, Saturday, May 03, 2008


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