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C-Surname Marriage Announcements

Guy Chapman and Miss Mary Lawrence, two young people, were married some weeks since and only announced the fact on Sunday last.  Congratulations came from all sides. -Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, October 5, 1899, pg.5

The first spring wedding to be solemnized in Guyandotte since before the beginning of the Lenten season was that of Mr. Golf Childers and Miss Jessie Boner.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. Harty Auvil, at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. C. H. Turley, Saturday night in the presence of a few most intimate friends.  Mr. Childers is a mechanic employed at the C & O. shops and is one of Guyandotte's most exemplary young men.  The bride formerly resident at Milton, and is a member of one of Cabell county's best families.  They will shortly take up their residence in Guyandotte. -The Herald-Dispatch, Wed., Mar 30, 1910

On April 4, at the Logan House in Barboursville, by Rev. E. Hite, John Clark and Katurah Hukill, all of Millersport, O. -The Democratic Banner, Guyandotte, W.Va., Thur. May 7, 1874

Eleventh Avenue Resident Becomes Bride of High School Grid Star
   The marriage of Miss Roberta Pollock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Pollock, of 2033 Eleventh avenue, and Tommy Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coleman and last years outstanding football star at Huntington high school, took place yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Catlettsburg. It became known today.
   The ceremony was performed by Dr. W. C. Pierce, pastor of the Catlettsburg Baptist church, at his home in the presence of Mrs. H. B. Taylor and Mrs. E. D. Caldwell.
   It had been intended to keep the marriage a secret but news of the ceremony leaked out following the departure of the bridegroom today for Morgantown where he is expected to enroll in West Virginia university.
   Mr. and Mrs. Coleman are both popularly and widely known in Huntington.  The husband's brilliant athletic achievements at high school brought invitations from some of the largest colleges in the country.  Plans of the young couple were not known today. -The Huntington Advertiser, Wednesday Evening, Sep. 11, 1935

Miss Ona Queen, of this city, and Mr. Harry E. Colliflower of Columbus, O., were married in Lexington, Ky., on June 27, by Rev. E. L. Woodman, the attendants having been, Miss Fannie Price, Miss Sylvia Colliflower, Mr. Boyd Queen, Mr. Frank Hyden and Mr. Don Darlington.  The bride is the daughter of Mrs. W. S. Madden of 1844 Eleventh avenue.  The groom is an employee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company and they will reside in this city after they return from a honeymoon trip to Denver, Colo., and other western points. -The Herald-Dispatch, Tues., July 1, 1919

The marriage of Miss Catherine King, one of Barboursville's popular young ladies, to Mr. Arthur Cook was announced a few days ago.  The bride is the daughter of Sam W. King and has been attending school at Morris Harvey College.  The groom formerly attended the same college, and is a resident of Montgomery and has made quite a reputation as a baseball player.  He is drafted this year in the Michigan League.  The couple were married at Huntington. -The Herald-Dispatch, Sun., March 8, 1914

Miss Lillie Thacker and Mr. Walter Craig of the East End were married Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev. Mr. Holderby.  Their many friends wish them a happy and successful life. -Huntington Advertiser, Monday Evening, July 3, 1899, pg.1

HUSBAND, AGED 19; WIFE, AGED 15, Youthful Couple Licensed To Marry This Afternoon
Walter Creemans, 19, and Miss Nora Booth, 15, were licensed to marry this afternoon.  Both live on Madison creek in the southern part of the county.  This is the youngest couple licensed to marry here in many months. -The Advertiser, Thur. Jan 9, 1896

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