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Marriages for Grooms' Surnames beginning with "K"
Charles F. King - Lottie Walton
Dayton Daily News - April 29, 1913, Page 5
Chas. F. King, 29, laundryman, 419 South Jefferson street, and Lottie Walton, 28, 419 South Jefferson street. Rev. Niswonger.
Edward S. King - Ida Walker Allmon
Dayton Daily Journal - September 1, 1905, Pg 5
Edward S. King and Mrs. Ida Walker Allmon were quietly married last night at the parsonage of the First Reformed church on West Fifth street, Dr. W. A. Hale officiating. Both bride and groom are well and popularly known and many friends extended their congratulations and best wishes. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. King left at the conclusion of the ceremony last night for Chautauqua, New York, and will extend the trip later among eastern points of interest. They will return about September 20 to this city, where they will make their home.
Charles W. Knox - Bertha Adla Palmer
Dayton Daily Journal - September 5, 1904, Pg 5
A very pretty home wedding occurred yesterday at high noon at the home of the groom's parents on Washington street, when Miss Bertha Adela Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus O. Palmer, of Riverdale, became the happy bride of Mr. Charles W. Knox, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Knox, of Edgemont.
The house was beautifully, although simply, arranged with flowers and foliage, and Rev. J. P. Watson, of the Christian church, officiated in the impressive Episcopal service.
The bride was gowned in cream white cashmere, daintily garnished with handsome lace, and carried a great bouquet of bride's roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Laverne Palmer, who was also very pretty in her gown of white organdie, and carried an arm bouquet of long-stemmed carnations. Mr. Steven Fusthiser was the best man.
After September 10th Mr. and Mrs. Knox will be at home, 920 Washington street.
Those present at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus O. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. William Knox, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thompson, of Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. George Knox, of Troy; Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Vandeveer, of Tippecanoe City; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wend, of Hamilton; Mr. Roland Ward, of St. Marys; Miss Lydia West, of Troy; Mrs. S. S. Broad, of Tippecanoe City; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harnass, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reasor, Miss Lulu Harnass, Miss Lettie Palmer, Miss Elizabeth Creadith Knox, Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, Jr.
James Byron Kring - Minnie Elizabeth Schulte
Dayton Daily Journal - January 1, 1904, Page 5
Invitations were sent out Wednesday for the marriage of Miss Schulte and Mr. Kring of Buffalo, N.Y. and to the wedding reception, the latter of which read: Mr. and Mrs. George H. Schulte request the pleasure of your company at a wedding reception of the daughter Minnie Elizabeth to Mr. James Byron Kring, Thursday evening June ninth, Nineteen hundred and four, from seven to half after eight, 235 Chestnut street, Dayton, Ohio.
Only members of the immediate family will be guests at the marriage ceremony. Cards announce at home after August 15, Buffalo, N.Y. Mr. Kring is a prominent businessman of Buffalo, and holds the position of assistant general manager of the N.C.R. office at Buffalo. He has many friends here, where he resided a few years ago. Miss Schulte is a favorite among church and social friends, and is admired for many beautiful traits of character.
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