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Marriages for Grooms' Surnames beginning with "C"
[unknown first name] Carroll - Gertrude Zerber
Dayton Daily Journal - October 22, 1903, Pg 5 Attorney and Mrs. Carroll have returned from an extensive wedding tour in the east, and have taken apartments at 25 East First street, where they will be at home to their friends. Mrs. Carroll was Miss Gertrude Zerber, of Bellefontaine, where they were married September 30.
Amos N. Clark - Ettie Stutsman
Dayton Daily Journal - December 26, 1884, Pg 1
On the evening of the 25th of December, 1884, by Rev. D. Winters, D.D., at his residence, Mr. Amos N. Clark to Miss Ettie Stutsman, both of this city.
Joseph W. Clemmens - Bertha Fleig
Dayton Daily Journal - January 1, 1904, Page 5
A pretty wedding celebrated at an early hour Wednesday morning was that of Miss Bertha Fleig and Joseph W. Clemmens. Father Hahne conducted the services, and later a reception and wedding breakfast followed at the bride's home on Montgomery street. Happy wishes were showered upon the happy couple and many gifts evidenced the affection and esteem in which they are held.
Will K. Coates - Louise Risar
Dayton Evening Journal - May 2, 1894, Page 3
A charming wedding was held this afternoon at 3:30, at the residence of Rev. E. E. Baker, 219 North Main street. The contracting parties were Mr. Will K. Coates, of this city, and Miss Louise Risar, of Sidney, O. The groom was accompanied by his best man, Mr. Clayton E. Law, and the maid of honor was Miss Lydia Besko. The happy couple will reside in their newly furnished and cozy home at 14 East Jones street. The bride is the beautiful daughter of Mrs. Mary Risar, of Sidney, O., and the groom for six years has been the compositor and vulcanist of the Dayton Stencil Works. Such clever young people are worth the best life can afford, and their friends are now wishing them a most prosperous and happy future.
A. J. Conover - Lida Hendrickson
Dayton Journal – September 21, 1872
On Thursday evening, September 19th, by Rev. Mr. Findlay, at the residence of the bride's parents, at Carlisle, Warren county, Ohio, Mr. A. J. Conover, of this city, to Miss Lida Hendrickson.
Philip J. Coor - Mary Jane Swaninger
Dayton Journal Herald, July 4, 1937, Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Swaninger, 419 Corona drive, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Jane Swaninger, to Philip J. Coor, son of Philip M. Coor of Washington, June 16 at Richmond, Ind.
Mrs. Coor is a graduate of Oakwood high school and a student at the Dayton Art Institute. She has held exhibits locally and at the America show in Wichita, Kansas.
Mr. Coor attended the University of Illinois and is a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon. The young couple will reside in Washington following a wedding trip through Smokey Mountain park.
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