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Marriages for Grooms' Surnames beginning with "D"

Gibson Davis - Amy Griffith
Dayton Daily Journal - June 3, 1889

Mr. Gibson Davis and Miss Amy Griffith were quietly wedded at high noon Saturday at the bride's residence on High street, and left at 2:30 for a short easter tour, followed by the well wishes of a host of friends.

Frank L. Deam - Daisy K. Thompson
Dayton Daily Journal - January 9, 1889

January 8th, 1889, by Rev. W. A. Hale, Mr. Frank L. Deam and Miss Daisy K. Thompson.

Edward Philip Deiz - Caroline May Myers
Dayton Daily Journal - January 2, 1904, Page 5

Invitations have been sent out reading as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Myers request the presence of your company at the marriage of their daughter, Caroline May to Edward Philip Deiz on the morning of June ninth, nineteen hundred and four, at nine o'clock, at Holy Trinity church, Dayton, Ohio.

Charles L. De Martin - Hazel Davis
Dayton Daily News - April 29, 1913, Page 5

Charles L. De Martin, 29, factory manager, Connersville, Ind., and Hazel Davis, 19, 2224 W. Third street.

William Dove - Sarah J. Morris
Dayton Daily Journal - August 29, 1866

On the evening of the 28th inst., by the Rev. D. Winters, at his residence, Mr. William Dove, of Preble county, to Mrs. Sarah J. Morris, of Montgomery county.

William Drerup - Anna Schriml
Dayton Journal - September 2, 1902, Page 5

The announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Anna Schriml to Mr. William Drerup. A number of pleasant affairs are being arranged to be given for the bride-to-be. The wedding will occur the latter part of the month. Miss Drerup is entertaining Misses Josie Benkow and Mary Benkow of Louisville, Ky., this week.

Charles Dye - Della DeMott
Dayton Daily Journal - January 2, 1904, Page 5

An affair of social interest to many in this city was the wedding celebrated at Lewisburg Wednesday evening at the home of Professor and Mrs. DeMott, when their daughter, Miss Della, was given in marriage to Charles Dye of Iowa. The wedding was a beautiful home celebration and attended by many relatives and personal friends. The bride has been a favorite and capable teacher at the Lewisburg schools the past few years, and it is generally regretted that she goes to another city to reside. Mr. Dye and bride left Wednesday night for St. Louis to spend their honeymoon, and from there go to their western home. Many were the beautiful gifts sent Mr. and Mrs. Dye, and good wishes innumerable follow them westward. Among the guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kumler and Miss Ada Kumler of this city.

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