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Certificate of Marriage
I, J. T. Coulter a minister residing in Montrose in the county of Montrose in the state of Colorado, do hereby certify, that in accordance with the authority on me conferred by the above license, I did on this 25 day of Dec in the year A.D. 1916 at Montrose in the county of Montrose the state of Colorado , solemnize the Rites of Matrimony between Charles E. Hill of Montrose in the county of Montrose the state of Colorado and Miss Juanita Jones of Montrose of the county of Montrose State of Colorado in the presence of Lois Hill and J. Lewis
Witness my hand and seal, in the County aforesaid, this 25 day of Dec A.D. 1916.
Signatures of witnesses
J.T. Coulter seal
State of Colorado,
And said County of Montrose in the State aforesaid, do certify that the above and foregoing is a true correct and complete transcript and copy from the records of my office as the same appears in the book 3 at page 192
Witness my hand and official seal this 14th day of February,1945
Ira C. Foster clerk and Recorder
|Anna A. WHETNALL and Hiram J. TURNER
7 August 1912,
Naturita, Montrose Co., Colorado
|Mr. W. E. GRAY and Miss Nora RAE
A very quiet wedding occurred Tuesday night at the home of Mr. T.W.
McCauley. Mr. W. E. Gray and Miss Nora Rae were the contracting parties,
Hon. W. C. Cronk tying the nuptial knot.
Source: The Telluride Journal, Nov. 16, 1905
|Peter Charles MOSHISKY and Edith Dorothy SKINNER
Married June 28, 1911
The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, Rep. and Mrs. O.C. Skinner, of Montrose. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. A. Zickefoose of the Congregational Church. The bride wore a dress of white embroidery and carried a shower bouquet of roses. The ceremony was followed by an elaborate wedding breakfast which was served under the supervision of Mrs. Belle Freeman.
The couple departed in the afternoon for a wedding trip through California, after which they will reside in Ridgway. Mr. Moshisky is the foreman of the Rio Grande Railroad shops there.
Source: Montrose Press, June 28, 1911
|Jennie Elizabeth MARSH and Evert Lonzo (Lonnie) SUMNER
December 31, 1906
|Anne May MARSH and Harland Dell SCARLETT
November 09, 1912
Place: Delta, CO, date 11-9-1912
Source: Marriage Record Report - Scarlett, Harland, (Colorado Division of Vital Statistics), No. 1624.