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-- Marriages --
From Newspapers



The marriage items below are taken from old newspapers that have been put on microfilm. Very dedicated volunteers, Dawna Fassler, and Earl Thompson, Ken Heffley, along with Kathy Esposito have been copying marriage information from the newspapers for this site. If you have any marriages to submit, please contact me. Thank you! John Minneman

Years 1860-1869

Researched by Dawna and Earl, unless otherwise noted. Thank you! Dawna Fassler and Earl Thompson.

Source: Lawrenceburg Press
Oct. 23, 1863 edition

Married
On Tuesday evening, October 20th, in the Baptist Church at Moore's Hill, by the Rev. William Johnson of Gent, Ky. Mr. J. L. THIEBALD of Vevay, Ind., to Miss R. C. BOWERS of Moore's Hill.

On the 15th day of October, by Rev. Mr. Mahan, John C. MCKIM of Columbus, Ind., to Miss LUCY N. MCKINNEY of this county.

Source: Lawrenceburg Press
May 27, 1869 edition

Marriage Licenses
Issued from the office of Clerk of the Dearborn Circuit Court during the last two weeks:
Charles MARSH and Cynthia A. McFARLAND
Elson F. GAY and Mary L. SHERMAN
Geo. W. LAMB and Ella M.LANGLEY
James W. SHERMAN and Caroline ABBOTT
Francis M. FERGUSON and Sallie HAVNES
Sachariah SMITH and Catharine KREITZER
John M. SHIPPER and Mary DORR

Source: Lawrenceburg Democratic Register
Thurs., Sept. 2, 1869 edition
*Researched by Kathy Esposito

Marriage Licenses
Issued during August:
George FETZ to Margaret SIEMENTEL (?)
John FARREL to Minerva J. DAVIS
Ludwig GRASHOLDS to Dorethea GROTZ (?)
Leonhard REIDEL to Anna M. KIRCHBAUM
Noah DAVIS to Elizabeth FRAZIER
Harvey J. OREHARD to Sarah A. RADSPINNER
James MACKEY to Fanny KELSO
James C. CORDRY to Delanah HAYES
John F. GRIEVE to Willemina RIPKING
Martin KEEFER to Maria J. E. HOFFENBRIDLE
James WHITE to Mary A. BONHAM
William HORNWING to Elizabeth BAUMAN
John BECKETT to Martha OWEN
Henry C. KRITE to Mary SCHARLY (?)

Married
At the residence of the bride, on the 29th ult., by Rev. B. Plummer, Mr. James WHILE of Franklin, Johnson county, to Miss Mary BONHAM, of Sugar Grove, this county."

Lawrenceburg Heading
Married
At the Catholic Church in this city, Tuesday Evening of this week, by Rev. C. Scheve, Mr. Martin KEEFER to Miss Elizabeth HOFFENBRIDLE, all of this city. We recognize in the parties above named especial friends and old acquaintances. The ceremonies having been duly solemnized, the happy couple, in company with many admiring friends, took an excursion in buggies, and returning in the evening, were hospitably entertained at the house of Michael Lang. The brass band being present, enlivened the occasion very much until an early hour in the morning. The Register often was remembered with wedding cake and other substantials of life. May they enjoy many years of happiness and prosperity.

Years 1870-1879

Researched by Dawna and Earl, unless otherwise noted. Thank you! Dawna Fassler also Earl Thompson

Source: Lawrenceburgh Democratic Register
27 May 1870 edition

Married
On the 10th inst. by Rev. Benj. Plummer, Mr. THOMAS T. ANNIS to Miss MARY L. HEUSTIS, daughter of Elias Heustis, of Wright's Corner. We were kindly remembered by the happy couple with a portion of the wedding feast. The parties took a tour of observation and pleasure to Louisville on the Mail boat. Having now settled down to the realities of married life, we hope they may enjoy many years of happiness, and each retaining the confidence, love and esteem of the other to the end of their earthly existence.

On the 13th inst. at the residence of Mr. Biddenger, of this city, by Rev. G.P.Jenkins, Mr. JESSE ViINSON of Kentucky to Mrs. AMELIA WEST, of Lawrenceburgh.

Lawrenceburg Press
Thurs. Aug. 18, 1870 edition

Marriage Licenses
Issued from the County Clerks office, since August 1st, 1870
HENRY BROWN to HARRIET E. BRUMBLAY.
HENRY WILHELM to CAROLINE SCHMIDT
MARCUS KIEFFER to MARY L. HUSCHART.
LEWIS V. SMITH to MAGDALENA HUBER.

Lawrenceburg
Married
In this city, at the residence of the bride's parents, on Tuesday, August 16, 1870, by Rev. Mr. Scheve. Mr. MARCUS KIEFFER, of Cincinnati, to Miss M. MAGDALINE HUSCHART, of Lawrenceburgh.
*Researched by Kathy Esposito

Source: Lawrenceburgh Democratic Register
Nov. 2, 1871 edition

Heading, 'Wilmington'
Marriage Licenses - Issued for the week ending Nov. 1, 1871
FREDERICK BLICK to MAGGIE KELSO

CHARLES SCHUMACHER to ADALINE FOLANEUS

Married - October 29, at the parsonage, by Rev. G.P.Jenkins, Mr ARCHIBALD J. HARDING, of Boone county, KY., and Miss ADDLE UTZINGER, of Jennings county, Ind.

Source: Lawrenceburgh Democratic Register
July 4, 1872 edition

Married
At the residence of the bride's parents, in this county, on the 25th of June, Mr. CHARLES F. KOLHERMAN, of Lawrenceburgh, to Miss ANNA PETERMAN. The following account of the affair will no doubt interest those who can digest
the German language: (rest written in German)

Also, by the same on the 1st inst: Mr. JASON A. BAKER to Miss SUSIE M. KYLE,
both of Aurora

Source: Lawrenceburg Press
Oct. 10, 1872 edition

Marriage Licenses
Conrad GIEGOLD to Louisa SCHODACH
Cort BRUNS to Ann Sophia SCHOLTER
Thomas P. LOWS to Olive CONNER
Adam MILLER to Caroline TETMAN
Jackson SMITH to Anna CARMICHAEL

Source: Lawrenceburgh Democratic Register
Oct. 31, 1872 edition

Marriage licenses Issued during the past week:

Drewry NOTHERN to Mary Louise HOMMER
John H. DURBIN to Emmeline GRIFFIN
William CHURCHILL to Anna R. BUSH
Thomas J. CARNEY to Nancy A. JOHNSON
Charles W.LYON to Harriet J. TRUE
Thomas J. LAUGHLIN to Nancy ALEXANDER
George KUNZ to Lizzie RICHMAOND

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
Thur. May 15, 1873 edition

Marriages Licenses
Issued since May 8, 1873.
JOHN W. HUST to GEORGIA MATTOCKS
FERDINAND KIEFFER to MARGARET MEYER

Aurora
Married--In the Catholic Church, in Lawrenceburgh, on the 13th Inst., by Rev. Father Henry, Mr. FERDINAND KIEFFER, of Aurora, and Miss MAGGIE MEYER, of Lawrenceburg.
*Researched by Kathy Esposito

Source: Lawrenceburgh Press
14 Aug 1873 edition

Holman item
Morgan & Willey
Married - Sunday morning Aug. 10th, by Rev R. M. Hargitt, Mr. Joseph L. MORGAN to Miss Aurelia WILLEY.

Cleves item
Barneclo & Gance
Married, In Cleves on the 11th inst. at the residence of Mrs. I.M. Runyan, at five o'clock, p.m. Mr. Harry H. H. BARNECLO to Miss Kate M. GANCE, all of Harrison, Ohio. Mr. Barneclo is an engineer on the Valley Road. Falling in secure the services of a minister the twain sought the presence of Squire Carlin, who did the thing up handsomely for them. Why they were so expeditious and why they came to Cleves is beyound our ken. Was there no balm in Gilend. Harry, no physician there? May years of bliss be theirs, and their future be unruffled by sorrow. They immediately took the train for
Cambridge.

Source: Lawrenceburgh Press
27 Nov 1873 edition - Aurora

Marriage License
William D. HAMMELL to Mary CAMPBELL
Mathies WEIGERT to Agnas NICOLA
William DEAVER jr. to Mary Ann GREGORY
Maurice CANFIELD to Mary C. WARNER
George W. STARK to Charline D. SHUTIS
Christian P. H. LANGE to Maria Lizzie DROGE
William Walter JOHNSON to Elizabeth ADKINS
John LEFFIER to Jane HAWKS
James C. JUDD to Maria L. LE---
Benjamin J. GRAUS? to Ab-- TREW
James CURNAGA to Char-- CONTNEY

Source: Lawrenceburgh Democratic Register
Thurs. Jan. 15, 1874 edition

Marriage Licenses.
Issued for the two week ending Jan. 14, 1874:
CHARLES H. DAKIN to ELIZABETH CHRISTIAN.
DAVID W. MARSCH to M.E. ROBINSON.
MILTON P. MAXWELL TO J. McCONNELL.
LEWIS MARTIN to EVA JOHANN
JOHN BULLOCK to MARGARET E. CHAMBERLAIN.
HENRY FISCHVOGT to WILHELMINE PRUS.
ETNA SPRAGUE TO LUCY J. METIOVERN?.
*Researched by Kathy Esposito

Lawrenceburgh Press
19 Mar 1874 - Manchester

Married- On the 12th inst. at the residence of the officiating minister, Rev. Benjamin Plummer, WILLIAM P. CLEMENTS to CATHARINE J. WHEELER. All of this county.

Source: Lawrenceburg Press
Feb. 4, 1875 edition

Lawrenceburg, IN
Married - On Sunday evening at the residence of the bride in Hamburgh, Hamilton county, Ohio. WM ARGO Esq. Mr.?? to Mrs ANNIE MAGLEY? formerly Scott county, KY. All the elite ? North Bend and Hamgburg together with a fair representation from Clev? were present to witness the couples ceremony, which from all accounts must have been superlatively fine. It is reported on good authority that a sister of the above named bride will soon be led to the hymenial act by a prominent Professor in one of our schools.

Source: Lawrenceburgh Press
12 Apr 1877 edition, Holman items

Bolley & Hendrixson
Married by the Rev. B. Plummer, at the residence of the bride's parents, on the 4th inst, Mark BOLLEY to Miss Sarah HENDRIXSON. May they have a
pleasant journey through life.

Also noted - Mr. John Bolley moves into his new house this week, and Mark into the old homestead.

Source: Lawrenceburgh Press
30 August 1877 edition

Hayman & Barnes
Married, at the M.E. Church, Moore's Hill, on Thursday evening, Aug 23d, by the Rev. E.G. Wood, D.D. assisted by Rev. Wm. Harrison. Mr E. O. HAYMON to Miss M. Emma BARNES, both of Moore's Hill. The occasion was one long to be remembered. The church was well filled and the ceremony impressive. Ernest seemed truly in earnest and a soft smile brightened trhe face of his loving
bride. We acknowledge receipt of our share of the cake, and wish the happy couple a long life of uninterrupted happiness.

Years 1880-1889

Researched by Dawna and Earl, unless otherwise noted. Thank you! Dawna Fassler and Earl Thompson

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
Dec. 16, 1880

Heading of Manchester
Charlie LANG did not marry Maggie SEILZ as was stated last week, but he married Minnie TETERMAN. And now we learn that Miss Maggie has sued for breach of promise.

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
April 20, 1883 edition

From the residence of the bride occurred Sunday evening at seven oíclock in Muletown, Miss Julis CALAHAN and Linus VAUGHN.
Note: Earl Thompson states that there is a big write up in this newspaper just about the wedding.

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
May 17, 1883 edition

Miss Mary E. LANG married Mr. Frank A. GLACKNER, of Portsmouth, Ohio. Mary, (daughter of the late Mr. Frank Lang, as well known citizen of this county) were united in marriage at the St. Lawrence church on Tuesday. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. J. F. Sonderman. After the ceremony the bridal pair received the congratulations of many friends. Miss Lang is a very popular young lady, and her many friends are pleased to learn that her future gives promise of being a happy and prosperous one.

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
June 7, 1883 edition

Heading, Manchester Township
Married, at the residence of Rev. Benj. Plummer, Frank TRUITT and Miss Dora Belle SPICKNALL of Wilmington. The Rev. Plummer officiated.

In a different section of the newspaper under the heading of Wilmington

Frank TRUITT and Miss Dora SPICKNALL, daughter of the late Jefferson Spicknall, a soldier who died in the service in the late war, were married by Rev. Benj. Plummer at his residence in Manchester Township on Sunday last.

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
Jan. 3, 1884 edition

Emma BARROTT
William CORBIN of Boone Co. Kentucky, married Miss Emma BARROTT, a daughter of Eneas Barrott on New Year's Eve.

Maggie ROSS
Thomas W. LALLEY of Missouri and Mrs. Maggie ROSS, of Aurora, were married in the Clerk's office on yesterday. Squire Dunaway tied the nuptial knot. The county officers were all present and congratulated the bride and groom warmly.

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
April 24, 1884 edition

Under Heading of Manchester
George RUBLE
Married, by Rev. Benj. Plummer, at his residence, on the 17th inst., Mr. Geoge RUBLE and Miss Lizzie MANLIEF. They are at home at Holman.

Source: Lawrenceburg Register
Jan. 22, 1885 edition

Marriage License's issued
Fred H. Huddler to Carrie Kretzmeier
Joseph Massett to Mary A. Glardon
William H. Dawson to Sallie Isgrigg
John H. Ashley to Dora Gobie

Mary GLAR
John MASSET and Miss Mary GLAR were united in marriage last week by Squire Dunaway at the Stevenson House.

Source: Gibbins family Bible of Dearborn County, submitted by Shuman researcher Ken Heffley. Heffl8@aol.com
I don't have a date from the newspaper.

Wedding:
Sale-Greive
Dr. Fleetwood Sale, one of Dillsboro's successful doctors was united in marrage with Miss Amelia Greive Monday, Feb. 14, 1921 at the Babtist
parsonage in Aurora, and went to the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Robert Johnston, where they enjoyed a wedding supper, and then the doctor brought his bride to his home in Dillsboro.

Thanks to the volunteers who submitted the information on this site!





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