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Marriages for Grooms' Surnames beginning with "H"

L. J. Hadley - Ida May Fondray
Dayton Journal - August 29, 1902, Page 5

The following announcement has been received by many Daytonians, and will be of interest as Miss Fondray has often been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Rike of Linden avenue: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Clark invite you to be present at the marriage of their niece, Ida May Fondray to Mr. L. J. Hadley, on Tuesday evening, September the ninth, nineteen hundred and two, at half after six o'clock, 320 North New Jersey Street, Indianapolis. At home after October the first, Denver, Colorado.

Lawrence G. Haliberg - Eva Vail
Dayton Daily News - April 28, 1913, Page 4

Interesting to many Dayton friends of the bride-elect is the following announcement contained in a Chicago paper. "Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vail of 6001 Sheridan road announce the engagement of their daughter Eva to Lawrence G. Haliberg, Jr., of 508 Hawthorne place."

Miss Vail has on several occasions been the guest of Mrs. W. F. Ritter in this city and made many friends.

Miss Gladys Kennedy of Salem avenue visited Miss Vail only recently, while her mother, Mrs. Charles Kennedy, was the guest of Catherine Pannill Mead in Milwaukee, Wis.

Jesse K. Havens - Alice Marsh
Dayton Daily News - April 29, 1913, Page 5

Jesse K. Havens, 37, painter, 325 N. Wilkinson street, and Alice Marsh, 27, 325 N. Wilkinson. Rev. Hale.

Virgil Hawk - Alice Gray
Dayton Daily Journal - January 9, 1904, Page 5

The marriage of Miss Alice Gray and Virgil Hawk was solemnized Wednesday evening at the parsonage of St. Joseph's church, Rev. William Hickey, conducting the services. The bride was attended by Miss Grace Ferneding, and Ed Burns was the best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party returned to the home of the bride on Chestnut street, where a reception was held from 8 until 12 o'clock, and relatives and friends assembled to share in the celebration of the happy event and extend good wishes. The bride was lovely in a gown of white crepe de chine trimmed with point lace, and she carried bride roses. Miss Ferneding wore white Louiseane silk, and her flowers were pink carnations. There was a wedding supper served by Miss Shoup at the conclusion of the reception, terminating at midnight, when Mr. Hawk and bride departed for a wedding trip through Michigan. The collection of gifts was beautiful and many were the lovely articles, which will add to the charm and comfort of the pretty home on East Third street. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Ida Kelly of Piqua and relatives from Versailles and Cincinnati.

Henry S. Hendrickson - Elizabeth McClung
Dayton Journal September 25, 1872

On the 24th instant, by Rev. D. Winters, D. D., at his residence, Mr. Henry S. Hendrickson, of Champaign county, to Miss Elizabeth McClung, of Union county, Ohio.

J. Peter Hesiter - Romona Louise Droufner
Dayton Daily Journal - January 1, 1904, Page 5

A beautiful nuptial ceremony was witnessed at Holy Trinity church, Wednesday morning, when the marriage of Miss Romona Louise Droufner and J. Peter Hesiter of Cincinnati, was celebrated in the presence of a large company of relatives and friends. The church was handsomely decorated. The nuptial service was unusually impressive, being conducted by Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati, assisted by Fathers Charles Hahne and William Hickey. Rev. Father A. F. Droufner, brother of the bride, celebrated the mass after the ceremony, and was assisted by Fathers Rennebaum and Tieman of Cincinnati. Miss Alma Friend of Cincinnati, was maid of honor. Frank M. Jones of Cincinnati was best many. After the church service the bridal party and the members of the two families and personal friends held reception at the Phillips house, from 10 until 12 o'clock, and many were the glad greetings extended by relatives and friends from this and other cities. In the receiving line with the bride and groom were: Mrs. A. A. Weckesser, Mrs. F. B. Droufner, and Mrs. C. P. Droufner, Mrs. Dennis Cash, Miss Hesiter, Mrs. Henry A. Hesiter and Misses Alma and Pearl Hesiter of Cincinnati.

William Hershberger - Martha Taylor
Dayton Daily Journal - December 24, 1907

William Hershberger, 29, Sperling avenue, laborer, and Martha Taylor, 23, 627 Haynes street, Rev. Huber.

George Elmer Hetzler - May Ida Kidd
Dayton Daily Journal - October 22, 1903, Pg 5

A quiet home wedding occurred last evening at the home of the bride's mother on May street, when Miss May Ida Kidd, daughter of Mrs. E. L. Kidd became the bride of Mr. George Elmer Hetzler, of this city.

Rev. J. G. Vaughan, Pastor of St. Paul's Methodist church, officiated, using the ring service; the ceremony being witnessed by about fifty relatives and friends.

The bride's gown was of wash chiffon trimmed with hand-made lace, a long sash of soft satin ribbon adding to the effect. She carried American beauties.

Instead of the usual attendants, the bride's brother, Mr. George Kidd, and wife of Chicago, who are spending part of their honeymoon in Dayton, stood with the bridal couple. Mrs. Kidd wore her bridal gown of white wash chiffon with lace and ribbon garniture.

The table was arranged with red roses and greenery, covers being laid for twelve, including besides the immediate bridal party, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Taylor, Miss Mollie Guthridge, Miss Helen Pritz, Miss Edith Kidd, Miss Carrie Nauman, Miss Lulu Miller, of Springfield, and Mr. Harry Scott.

At 10 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Hetzler left for a short trip and will be at home to their many friends after November 25th in their cozy home, 48 Van Lear street, south.

The out-of-town guests were Miss Mary J. Powell, of Urbana, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Miller and daughter, Miss Lulu Miller, of Springfield.

Elijah Hill - Glendory Flomerfelt
Dayton Journal September 20, 1872

On Tuesday, September ??, 1872, Greenville, Ohio, Mr. Elijah Hill and Miss Glendory Flomerfelt all of Darke county, O.

John A. Hill - Victoria Carey
Dayton Daily Journal - January 9, 1904, Page 5

The marriage of Dr. John A. Hill of this city and Miss Victoria Carey will be a brilliant affair celebrated at Sidney, Thursday.

Clifton Hoolihan - Mabel Rice
Dayton Daily Journal - January 1, 1904, Page 5

Miss Ethel Rice gave a charming party Tuesday evening at her home in honor of Miss Mabel Rice, whose engagement to Clifton Hoolihan was announced a few days ago. The decorations of the rooms were red and white, and pretty favors were given in the games. Misses Cora Bosnagle and Mattie Hendricks will entertain on Saturday for Miss Rice.

Lewis Hoeffer - Ida M. Coffman
Dayton Journal - January 5, 1885, Page 1

January 1st at the residence of the bride's parents, West Second street, by the Rev. H. F. Colby, Mr. Lewis Hoeffer to Miss Ida M. Coffman both of Dayton.

Claude Caldwell Hooven - Elisabeth Johnson
Dayton Daily Journal - January 2, 1904, Page 5

From Chester, Pa., comes the announcement of the marriage of Captain Claude Caldwell Hooven, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hooven of this city, to Miss Elisabeth Johnson, which was celebrated Wednesday evening at St. Paul's church, Dean Francis M. Tait conducting the ceremonies.

Foster Goffs Houseworth - Daisy Leora Saint
Dayton Journal - September 2, 1902, Page 5

An announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Daisy Leora Saint to Mr. Foster Goffs Houseworth of Morrow, O. Miss Saint is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Saint. Mr. Houseworth is the editor of the Morrow Tribune, one of the leading journals of Warren county. The young couple are receiving the congratulations of their many friends.

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