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B-Surname Marriage Announcements

Fudge Creek, W. Va.
Married, by the Rev. J. M. Smith, at the home of the bride's father, R. T. Markin, on Cabell creek. Charles Back to Miss Dolly Markin.  After taking a sumptuous repast the bride and groom started on their honeymoon tour, the bride riding behind Mrs. J. E Black, and the groom afoot.  They were steering towards George Alexander's on Saunders' creek. -Cabell Record, Milton, W.Va., Thursday, October 19, 1899, pg. 3

Married at the home of J. M. Miller, in Union District, Mr. Charles Barnett to Miss Martha A. Miller. Rev. W. T. Justice officiating.  The RECORD offers congratulations. -Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, July 21, 1898, pg.1

Double Wedding
On Merritt's creek, last Sunday, at the home of Braden Childers, two of his daughters, both pretty young ladies, were wedded.  Miss Annie was united in wedlock to Ennis Baylous, of the same neighborhood, and Miss Ida became the wife of Mr. Link Johnson, of Salt Rock.  The RECORD extends congratulations. -Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, June 30, 1898, pg.4

Guyandotte News
Miss Jersey Suiter and Mr. Biederman were married Sunday evening in Proctorville.  Miss Suiter in one of Guyandotte's most popular young ladies, while the groom in one of our leading business men.  The Record extends congratulations. -Cabell Record, Milton, W.Va., Thursday, March 15, 1900, pg. 3

Approaching Nuptials.
The following invitation, neatly designed and handsomely printed, has been issued:

Mrs. M. J. Hollandsworth
request you to be present at the
marriage of her daughter,
Lora S.,
Mr. L. Benton Bowles,
Wednesday evening, October nineteenth,
eighteen hundred and ninety-eight,
at three o'clock,
Baptist Church,
Milton, W. Va.

Mr. Bowles is one of the leading young business men of Milton, being the junior member of the firm of W. M. Bowles & son, general merchants, and is popular and respected by all.
Miss Hollandsworth is one our loveliest and most estimable society young ladies, who enjoys the esteem of everyone.  A large number of the invitations have been issued, and the occasion promises to be the society event of the season.
The RECORD kindly acknowledges the receipt of an invitation, and extends congratulations in advance. -Cabell Record, Thurs, October 6, 1898, pg.1

Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Florence Leonard Peterson, the bright and accomplished daughter of Maj. J. J. Peterson, to Mr. Herbert Charles Brooks, of New York, which will take place at the residence of the bride's parents, 1230 Third avenue, Huntington, W. Va., at noon Tuesday, April 3, 1900. -Cabell Record, Milton, W.Va., Thursday, March 29, 1900, pg.4

A wedding which will come as a surprise to their friends was solemnized Saturday June 28 at Ironton, O., where Miss Margaret Gebhart became the bride of Mr. Kentworth Butler.  The bride was becomingly attired in a traveling suit of midnight blue with hat and other accessories to match.  She is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gebhart, the former a well known merchant and farmer, and is universally esteemed and loved.  Mr. Butler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler, of Mason county, and since he return from camp has been associated with his father in farming and dealing in live stock.  He has a most promising future as he is possessed of splendid business ability. -The Herald-Dispatch, Wed., July 2, 1919

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