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




John Eby - Sarah C. Beeghly
Dayton Daily Journal - December 26, 1884, Pg 4

An occasion of great joy and festivity was the marriage last evening at the residence of the bride's father, Abraham Beeghly, Esq., Eaton pike, of his accomplished daughter, Miss Sarah C. to Millard Eby, son of John Eby, Esq. There was a large attendance of relatives and friends. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Miller. A scrumptious repast was spread. The bride and groom were the recipients of many elegant presents.

The wedding reception will be given by the groom's parents next Thursday evening, at their residence, Cincinnati Pike. Mr. Eby is a young and enterprising farmer and with his young bride will soon start to housekeeping on a farm adjoining his father, where they will be "at home" to their friends, of whom they fortunately count very many.


Willard A. Eidson - Lizzie Wyatt
Dayton Journal September 20, 1872

On the 1?th instant, in Dixon township, Preble county, Mr. Willard A. Eidson, of Eaton, to Miss Lizzie Wyatt, eldest daughter of Levi Wyatt.


General Ellis - Rose Ellis
Dayton Daily News December 31, 1942, Page 17

A pretended marriage between General Ellis, 172 Hawthorne st., and Rose Ellis, 35 Weller st., was annulled by an entry signed Thursday by Common Pleas Judge Robert U. Martin. A hearing was had Wednesday wherein evidence was introduced to the effect that the defendant had a husband living at the time of her marriage to the plaintiff.


Ralph William Englebrecht - Vivian Lucille Fromm
Dayton Journal Herald, July 4, 1937, Page 2

The marriage of Miss Vivian Lucille Fromm, daughter of Mrs. Thirza Fromm, 2006 Grand avenue, and Ralph William Englebrecht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Englebrecht, 114 Reigel street, took place Saturday morning at Emmanuel church, at 8:30 o'clock.

Attendants
Mrs. Bernadine Hedges, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Miss Elanora Bolen attended Miss Fromm as maid of honor. Mrs. Hedges wore a gown of aqua marine mousseline de sole trimmed in peach color. She carried a bouquet of copper colored rose buds. Miss Bolen wore a peach colored gown made similar to that of Mrs. Hedges. She also carried a bouquet of copper rose buds.

The bride walked to the altar with the bridegroom in a gown of ivory satin fashioned along princess lines. A trimming of seed pearls at the neck and sleeves accented her gown. Her veil was long and fell into a soft train.

Raymond Englebrecht attended his brother as best man.

Breakfast and Reception
Following the ceremony a breakfast was held at Elm Gables. Later in the afternoon a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Englebrecht left following the reception for a short motor trip through the east. They will establish their home at 1222 Kirkham street.

Mrs. Fromm wore for her daughter's wedding a gown of dark blue lace and white accessories. She wore a corsage of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Englebrecht was attractively gowned in Wallis blue georgette. She also wore a corsage of pink rose buds.

The bride was graduated from Parker Co-operative high school. Mr. Englebrecht was graduated from Roosevelt high school and is now associated with the National Cash Register company.


Charles A. Ernst, Jr. - Alberta Stafford
Dayton Daily News - April 11, 1939, Page 7

The Grace Methodist Episcopal church was the scene of a wedding Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock, when Miss Alberta Stafford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross G. Stafford, of W. Stewart st., and Charles A. Ernst, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ernst, of McArthur av., were married before an alter decorated with Easter flowers.

Music was provided by Frank Michael at the organ. Edward Morris sang two numbers, and Donald Compton played "At Dawning," a violin solo.

Miss Nancy Ashton of Piqua attended the bride as maid of honor, and her bridesmaids were Miss Mary Jane Goss, Miss Marie Gilbert, and her two sisters, Miss Mary and Miss Elizabeth Stafford. The junior bridesmaid was Miss Eleanor Brown, a cousin of the bride.

Miss Ashton and Miss Brown were in gowns of deep pink net over taffeta. Miss Goss and Miss Gilbert were in a lighter shade of pink net, and the Misses Stafford were in pale pink, all of the gowns being fashioned in the same design. The attendants carried colonial bouquets in shades of pink blending with their gowns.

The bride wore a gown of white satin, the skirt of which developed into a train. She wore a finger-tip length veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white gardenias, snapdragons and lilies of the valley.

Fred Marker attended Mr. Ernst as best man. The ushers were Charles Wilson, Paul Foehl, Harry Prose and William Stafford, brother of the bride.

Following the wedding, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents on Stewart st. The out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jenkins, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Miss Mary Arrowsmith, Washington, Ia.; Mrs. Emma Drake, Mr. and Mrs. William Coffey and Mrs. Elmer Hanna of Urbana; Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Brokaw of Piqua; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peoples, Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stafford and sons, Robert and Richard, of Tipp City; J. B. Mitchell, Troy; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and daughters, Peggy and Bonnie, of Lima, and Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Lee and daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Lee, of Columbus.

The bride is a graduate of the Piqua high school, and Mr. Ernst was graduated from Parker. He is affiliated with the MacFadden publications, and is attending the Wittenberg Extension college here.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernst left Saturday evening, following the wedding reception, for a trip through the Smoky mountain region. Upon their return, they will establish their home in Dayton.


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