DENNISON & COLLINS
Mr. George Dennison and Miss Margaret Collins were married at the home of the
bride on last Thursday. -Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thurs., Jan 26, 1899,
DURRETT & DICK
PRETTY HOME WEDDING.
Marriage of James F. Durrett and Miss Maggie Dick.
Married, June 29, 1898, at 4 p. m., by Rev. B. F. Caudiff, of Russell, Ky., at
the residence of the bride's parents, on Second street, in Milton, Miss Maggie,
the pretty and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bal Dick, to Mr. James F. Durrett,
of Russell, Ky. The ceremony was impressively performed by Mr. Durrett's pastor,
The bride was attired in white organdy with cream lace trimmings, and wore white
roses in her hair. The groom wore the conventional black. The wedding being very
private, only intimate friends and relatives were present. At 5:45 the happy
couple left for a long visit to different points East, the bride's "going away"
costume being blue novelty with white velvet trimming. Many friends accompanied
them to the depot, and as the train moved away showers of rice were thrown after
the happy pair. Miss Maggie was well and favorably known in Milton, and wishes
for happiness were many by her numerous friends. The groom is well known also,
being a popular engineer on the C. & O. Their future home will be in Huntington,
and may they enjoy a long happy life in the wish of their many friends. -The
Cabell Record, Milton, W.Va., Thursday, June 30, 1898, pg.1