Montgomery County Chapter
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Marriages for Grooms' Surnames beginning with "A"




Harry E. Allan - Effie Heathman
Dayton Daily Journal - October 15, 1903, Pg 5

A pretty home wedding occurred last evening at 6:30 o'clock when Miss Effie Heathman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Heathman, of Salem avenue, became the bride of Mr. Harry E. Allan, district manager of the Central Union Telephone company.

It was a private wedding, witnessed only by the immediate families of the contracting parties, the simplicity adding to the impressiveness of the service. Dr. W. A. Hale officiated, using the ring service, the bride being given in marriage by her father.

The bride was gowned in white chiffon over silk, made perfectly plain in train length. She carried lilies of the valley.

Miss Luella Heathman attended her sister, her gown being of white satin, made plain in train length. Her bouquet was of maidenhair fern, tied with white ribbon. Mr. E. E. Burkhart acted as best man.

Mr. and Mrs. Allan left for a months' trip through the south and on their return will reside temporarily with the bride's parents on Salem avenue.


John Allman - E. Belle Stout
Dayton Journal September 20, 1872

On Wednesday evening September 18th, 1872, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. McVey, Mr. John Allman, of San Francisco, California to Miss E. Belle, daughter of A. L. Stout, of this city.


John S. Appenzellar - Nellie Wooster
Dayton Journal - September 4, 1902, Page 5

The marriage of Miss Nellie Wooster to Mr. John S. Appenzellar was solemnized Thursday morning t 9 o'clock at the home of the bride on Fairground avenue. Rev. H. H. Herman of Miamisburg conducted the ceremonies. Only the members of the immediate family were present, and after the service the happy couple left on the morning train for Toronto, Canada, where they will reside. The bride is one of the favorite girls among a large circle of acquaintances and friends, and the past several weeks have been filled with delightful entertainments given in her honor. Mr. Appenzellar has been receiving congratulations galore, and from all aides good wishes have been showered upon them by family folk and friends.


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