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Le Flore County American History and Genealogy Project
1916 Talihina Tribune Extracted Weddings and Marriage Licenses

Friday, January 7, 1916

Alex McIntosh and Miss Bertha Sigler were married last week and are at home on the Gabriel Paxton place west of here.

Friday, January 14, 1916

Clerk Anderson on Tuesday issued a marriage license to Robert King and Susan Beams, both Choctaws of near Whitesboro.

Married, Tuesday, Jan. 11, Lyman Billy and Miss Margaret Bohanon, Justice Sam Minor officiating. Congratulations are forthcoming.

Friday, March 10, 1916

Married, Tuesday, at the home of the groom, F. M. Dempsey and Mrs. Minnie Billy, widow of Levi Billy, deceased. They will make their home 3 miles southeast of town.

Married, Tuesday, by Rev. Gates, George Cranford and Miss Effie Jones of Albion. The young couple had a hard time gaining their desire, as the mother of the groom phoned to Clerk Anderson on Monday during their first visit, that the boy was not of age, but on returning Tuesday they had the desired permission.

Marriage license was issued yesterday to Homer Camp and Ola Gallion, both of Whitesboro.

Friday, May 5, 1916

Deputy Clerk Anderson issued the following licenses during the month of April:
Dave Williams and Etta Marchbanks of Talihina.
J. M. Moody and Mattie Lollar of Albion.
R. M. Cummings of Muse and May McBride of Mena.
Elijah Johnson of Whitesboro and Mollie Fields of Muse.
Jasper Good and Avus Scarberry of Albion.
Mike Williams and Bettie Davis of Ludlow.
C. S. Ritter and Mrs. Nora Anderson of Whitesboro.
John Davis and Claudie Maberry of Ludlow.
H. A. Bragg and Cecil Stewart of Albion.
Will Irvine and Lillie May Alveson of Albion.

Friday, May 19, 1916

On May 6, Deputy Clerk Anderson issued two marriage licenses: Henry Abner and Cleo Holt, of Talihina; and Earl R. Wilson and Cordelia Spicer, Albion

Friday, June 16, 1916

Wednesday at the home of Ellis Bacon, Rev. Julius Billy united in marriage Thomas Graham and Sarah Woods, both prominent Choctaws.

Friday, June 23, 1916

Married, on Tuesday, by Rev. Gates, W. H. Parker, aged 68, and Mrs. Minerva Smith, aged 52, both of Talihina.

Friday, July 14, 1916

Married, Monday morning at the court house by Squire Shibley, Henry Johnson of Broken Bow and Mrs. Nancy Price of Whitesboro. The happy couple took the morning train to Fort Smith, returning Wednesday.

Married, Tuesday at the court house by Squire Minor, Jackson Meashintubby of Albion and Miss Levicy Williams of Octavia.

C. J. Anderson on Monday issued a marriage license to I. H. Willis and Florence Shield, both of Octavia.

Friday, July 21, 1916

Orville Phillips and the oldest daughter of J. Abney eloped last Saturday and were married in Pushmataha county.

Married, Saturday at the home of the bride, by Sam Minor, Ernest C. Reed and Miss Bonnie Curnutt.

Married, Saturday at the court house, by squire Minor, J. A. Washburn and Miss Louisa Billy, both of Post Oak neighborhood in Pushmataha county.

Friday, Aug. 11, 1916

Walter Wiggs of Talihina and Susie Crawford of Ft. Gibson were married last week and now belong to our colored population.

Friday, September 1, 1916

Clerk Anderson last Friday issued a marriage license to Oliver Camp and Verdie Gallion.

Last Friday Clerk Anderson issued a marriage license that would make one of George Gay and Delia Sanders, both of the Kiamichi.

Friday, September 8, 1916

Monday, Rev. H. M. Simpson, married Herman Mabrey and Miss Elsie Barrows.

Friday, September 15, 1916

Married, Wednesday night, at the home of C. J. Anderson, Joel Daney of Talihina and Miss Sophia Noah of Albion, by Justice Shibley.

Friday, September 29, 1916

Rev. Gates last Sunday spoke the words that united in marriage Dennis Wade and Miss Zella Maddox of LeFlore. The happy couple are now at home to their many friends a their new home southeast of town.

Friday, October 6, 1916

Married, at the home of the bride's parents, southeast of town, Sunday, October 1, Lee Stafford and Miss Myrtle Anderson. The bride is the daughter of C. J. Anderson, and the new married folks have the very best wishes of a host of friends. Until January 1, they will make their home at the Anderson farm.

Friday, October 20, 1916

Married, Friday evening by Sam Minor, Tom Basden and Miss Essie Beam.

Married license was issued last Saturday by Clerk Anderson to Monroe Marchbanks and Miss Blanche Simpson.

Friday, December 8, 1916

Married, at Muse, Sunday, by Rev. Cecil, Walter Pugh and Miss Mary Marrow. A dinner was served to their guests at the home of the parents of the bride, R. T. Marrow and wife, and for supper they gathered at the hospitable home of the parents of the groom, A. W. Pugh and wife.

Friday, December 29, 1916

Married, Sunday, Dec. 24, by Rev. Gates, at the home of the bride's parent's, B. C. Cantrell and Miss Sallie Mote. They are at home on the Stewart place, near Green Hill.

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