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Marriages for Grooms' Surnames beginning with "W"
George C. Wallace - Katie Daley
Dayton Daily Journal - January 8, 1889
January 6th, 1889, by Rev. William Herr, D.D., at his residence, 213 North Ludlow street, Mr. George C. Wallace to Miss Katie Daley, both of Xenia, Ohio.
Harry R. Webster - May Tum
Dayton Journal - August 28, 1902, Page 5
A very charming home wedding was celebrated Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thum of 326 West Third street when their daughter, Miss May Thum, was united in marriage to Mr. Harry R. Webster. The Rev. F. N. McMillin, pastor of Memorial Presbyterian church, tied the knot in his customary happy manner. Miss Gertie Thum and Mr. Sheehy were the attendants.
A wedding supper followed the ceremony. A large number of presents were received by the bridal pair. They will reside at 129 South June street.
Robert A. Wells - Frances M. Gillespie
Dayton Daily Journal - January 9, 1904, Page 5
Miss Frances M. Gillespie, daughter of Rev. S. L. Gillespie, and Robert A. Wells were married at the residence of the bride's father at 8 o'clock Thursday morning. Rev. Maurice E. Wilson officiated. It was a quiet home wedding, attended by relatives. In keeping with the month of roses, the house was profusely decorated. At 9 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Wells left for St. Louis for a few days to visit the World's Fair prior to going to their southern home.
Joseph Westerdorf - Grace Schlehuber
Dayton Daily News - April 29, 1913, Page 5
Joseph Westerdorf, 24, laborer, city, and Grace Schlehuber, 23, 270 N. Williams street. Rev. Franz.
James P. Whitemore - Laura J. Lane
Dayton Journal – September 20, 1872
On Thursday evening, September 19th, Mr. James P. Whitemore, of this city, to Miss Laura J. Lane, of Carlisle, Warren county, Ohio
Abram Woodman - Caroline Shoup
Dayton Daily Journal, October 17, 1862, Page 2
On the 16th inst., by Rev. D. Winters, at his residence, Mr. Abram Woodman to Miss Caroline Shoup, both of Mad River Township.
Howard Worman - Effie Kendall
Dayton Daily Journal - October 17, 1903, Pg 5
A simple home wedding, uniting the destinies of Miss Effie Kendall, daughter of Mrs. A. J. Kendall, and Mr. Howard Worman took place on Thursday night at the home of the bride's mother on South Broadway, Dr. G. A. Funkhouser officiating.
It was a green and white wedding, the house being arranged with palms, fern and white flowers, and all the appointments being in accordance with the chosen scheme. Miss Kendall's gown was of white poplin silk garnished with lace and chiffon. She carried no flowers and had no attendants, save the two ribbon bearers, little Miss Eleanor Folson, cousin of the bride, and Miss Elizabeth Tanner.
Just before the ceremony Miss Julia Cowen san the beautiful solo, "Oh Promise Me," and Miss McGregor the aria from Lohengrin. Miss Cook, cousin of the bride, played the march, and during the ceremony softly played "Hearts and Flowers."
A reception followed, during which the bride's girl friends contributed several musical selections.
Mr. and Mrs. Worman went at once to their own home on Gordon avenue where he had all the readiness for the bride.
Joseph Wortman - Cornelia Woodhull
Dayton Journal – January 3, 1885, Page 2
The marriage of Mr. Jos. Wortman and Miss Cornelia Woodhull, only daughter of Mr. Lambert Woodhull, was duly solemnized New Year's night at Memorial Presbyterian church by Rev. J. R. Hughes, in the presence of a large congregation of relatives and friends of the bride and groom. The bride was attended by four bridesmaids, who preceded the bridal couple to the altar. During the impressive ceremony the organist with gentle touch whispered weird and mysterious sentiments highly appropriate, and at the conclusion of the ceremony the notes of the grand old Mendelssohn wedding march pealed forth in glorious melody, and graceful feet kept step with the inspired music.
The newly wedded couple repaired to the residence of the bride's parents where the reception was held, and received the congratulations of their many friends.
After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Wortman, dispending with the usual bridal tour, went directly to their new home on June street, which was built for and just completed and furnished throughout for their occupancy, and began the cheerful and happy duties of keeping house in a home of their own.
Mr. Wortman is a talented young attorney recently admitted to the bar, and has a bright future before him, with a host of friends who wish for him and his youthful bride the greatest happiness in their new position.
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