FELIX & VINSON
Huntington Miss Mary Vinson and E. W. Felix were married Friday at Ironton,
Ohio. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Hon. S. S. Vinson, of
Kellogg, and a sister to Mrs. James A. Hughes, and so intimately has she
been identified with Huntington society that she is recognized by the
leading society people here as one of their number, and all join in wishing
her and her chosen life partner perpetual joy and prosperity. Mr. Felix is
by no means a stranger here, and has been a prominent telegrapher for the C.
& O. at Kenova for quite a while. He is said to be a young man of most
excellent habits and splendid business qualifications. -Cabell Record,
Milton, W. Va., Thursday, July 14, 1898, pg.3
FISHER & MATNEY
HUNTINGTON COUPLE AND ANOTHER FROM WAYNE COUNTY WERE WEDDED AT IRONTON.
Ambrose Fisher, aged 30 years, and Miss Lutie Matney, aged 19 years, both
residents of Wayne county, W. Va. were granted a marriage license this
morning. -The Huntington Advertiser, Thurs. Evening, June 18, 1903
(Note: listed under same heading for Gussler and Newman)
FRAZIER & CAMPBELL
Married, Fontaine L. Frazier to Miss Virginia L. Campbell, at the home of
the bride, Wednesday evening, October 4, 1899, Rev. B. R. Perry,
The bridegroom is one of Huntington's most prosperous business men, while
the bride is the daughter of a wealthy farmer of near Milton.
The bride was dressed in elaborate white silk, while the groom wore the
conventional black. After the happy couple were united they repaired to the
dining room where they were served to an excellent supper.
The RECORD joins the citizens of Milton and vicinity in wishing them a happy
future. -Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, October, 19, 1899, pg. 3.