EDMUNDS & CREMEANS
Elisha Edmunds and Nora F. Cremeans were united in marriage January 25,
1899, at the residence of S. D. Cremeans in this county, by Rev. J. B.
Lewis. -CR, Milton, W. Va., Thurs., Feb 2, 1899, pg.1
EDMUNDS & CHAPMAN
Married, on February 7, 1900, at James Chapman's the bride's home. Joseph L.
Edmunds, 23, to Miss Lener A. Chapman, 17, by Rev. Lewis. -The Cabell
Record, Milton, W.Va., Thursday, March 1, 1900, pg.1
EVERETT & WHITE
A HUNTINGTON BOY
Elopes With A lady And Was Married In The Far West.
A western paper contains a lengthy account of an elopement of Mr. Wood
Everett and a Miss Winnie White, to Salt Lake City, Utah, where they were
married. The paper speaks in the highest terms of Mr. Everett and states
that he is one of the most prosperous young men in Salida. Mr. Everett was
formerly a citizen of Huntington, having left here about seven years ago. His many friends here wish him continued prosperity and a happy future. -The
Huntington Advertiser, Thurs. Evening, Aug 15, 1895