Marriage Record Notices from Miami Union (MU) and Troy Times (TT) Newspapers of 1865

Keep in mind the date following the article is the date of the newspaper announcement

Thanks to Jeannine Friend for taking the announcements from the newspaper and typing them up.


ADAMS, ROBERT W. - Jan. 4th, 1865, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. Robert W. Adams, of Toledo, to Miss Sarah L. Daily, of Troy.  January 5, 1865 (TT)

ADAMS, ROBERT W. - On the 4th inst., at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. Robert W. Adams, of Toledo, to Miss Sarah L. Daily, of Troy.  January 7, 1865 (MU)

ALLEN, L. SCOTT - On the 27th of August, at the residence of the bride's mother, in Lena, by Rev. W. B. Jackson, Mr. L. Scott Allen, and Mrs. Mimira F. Davis, both of the same place.  September 2, 1865 (MU)

ALLEN, MRS. MARGARET B. - On the 9th inst., by Rev. W. M. Cheever, Mr. Joseph Shardelow late of gunboat Essex, to Mrs. Maggie Allen, of Troy, O.  April 13, 1865 (TT)

ALLEN, THEODORE S. - On Wednesday evening, by Rev. Chauncey W. Fitch, D. D., of Jeffersonville, Indiana, Mr. Theodore S. Allen to Miss Flora Cornelia Defrees, oldest daughter of the editor of this paper.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

AMERINE, VALENTINE - On the 21st inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the M. E. Parsonage in Troy, Mr. Valentine Amarine, to Miss Amanda Davis, both of Piqua.  December 23, 1865 (MU)

AMERINE, VALENTINE - At the M. E. Parsonage, in Troy, Dec. 21st, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. Valentine Amerine to Miss Amanda Davis, both of Piqua. December 28, 1865 (TT)

ASPER, JOSEPH E. - On the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Joseph E. Asper, late of the 11th O. V. I., to Miss Magdalena Shaffer, of Troy.  August 17, 1865  (TT)

ASPER, JOSEPH E. - On the 10th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Joseph E. Asper to Miss Magadalena Shaffer.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

BANTA, RACHEL - On the 4th inst., by Rev. A. L. McKinney, at the bride's father's, Col. J. T. Herbert, of Iowa, and Miss Rachel Banta, daughter of Rev. P. Banta, of this place.  December 7, 1865 (TT)

BANTA, RACHEL - On the 4th inst., by A. L. McKinney at the residence of the bride's father's, Col. J. T. Herbert of Iowa, and Miss Rachel Banta, daughter of Elder P. Banta, of this place.  December 9, 1865 (MU)

BARNARD, LEVI - At the Synagogue in Dayton on the 13th inst., Mr. Levi Barnard, of this place, to Miss Jennie Hemmelrich, of Dayton.  May 20, 1865 (MU)

BARNETT, CHARLES C. - On Tuesday morning, 17th inst., at the residence of Mrs. Powers in Troy, by Rev. D. Starr, Mr. Charles Barnett, of Piqua, to Miss Katie P. Hart of Troy, daughter of Col. James H. Hart. Thanks to the above couple for their kind remembrance of the printers.  October 19, 1865 (TT)

BARNETT, CHARLES C. - On Tuesday last, at the residence of Mrs. Powers in Troy, by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. Charles C. Barnett, of Piqua, and Miss Kate P., only daughter of Col. James H. Hart, of the 71st O. V. V. L.  Here now is another direct assault by Piqua upon Troy.  These Piquods are all the time in some mischief or other.  If they cannot take the Courts away from Troy, they will court and carry off our pretty girls.  Well, well, we shall have no quarrel about this matter, for after all such assaults as this have a tendency to unite the people of the two towns in stronger bonds of friendship.  A long, peaceful, and happy life to you.  Charlie and Katie!  October 21, 1865 (MU)

BEEDLE, MRS. HARRIET A. - At the Morris House, Troy, O., on the 5th inst., Mr. Henry Dye and Mrs. Harriet A. Beedle.  August 12, 1865 (MU)

BELL, JAMES B. - April 23, at the Methodist Parsonage, Troy, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. James B. Bell to Miss Sarah E. Vandiveer, both of this county.  April 27, 1865 (TT)

BELL, JAMES B. - At the Methodist parsonage in Troy, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. James B. Bell, to Miss Sarah E. Vandiveer,--both of this county.  April 29, 1865 (MU)

BEMISS, ELIJAH - On Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Mr. Elijah Bemiss, of Lafayette, Indiana, to Mrs. Susan Daily, of this town.  May 20, 1865 (MU)

BLACKMER, ALBERT M. - On the 3d inst., by Rev. R. T. Drake, at his residence in Troy, Mr. Albert M. Blackmer and Catharine Hutchins, of Covington.  July 8, 1865   (MU)

BLAKELY, SARAH - On the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Samuel Flaig, late of the 11th O. V. I., to Miss Sarah Blakely, of Troy.  August 17, 1865 (TT)

BLAKELY, SARAH - On the 10th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Samuel Flaig to Miss Sarah Blakely.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

BONNER, WILLIAM A. - At the residence of the bride's mother, Dec. 28th by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. William A. Bonner, of Middletown, Ohio to Miss Lizzie  Hatfield, of Troy, O.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

BONNER, WILLIAM A. - Dec. 28th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. William A. Bonner of Middletown, O., to Miss Lizzie Hatfield, of Troy.  December 30, 1865 (MU)

BOWERS, URIAH - On the 23rd of Feb., by Isaac Mann Mr. Uriah Bowers to Miss Maria Saylor, both of this county.  March 16, 1865 (TT)

BRAGDON, LOUIE S. - At Evanston, Illinois, February 7, 1865, by the Rev. C. W. Fitch, D. D., Lieutenant Julian R. Fitch, of the Signal Corps, U.S.A., to Miss Louie S. Bragdon, daughter of the late Rev. Charles Bragdon, of Evanston.  April 15, 1865 (MU)

BURNS, MOLLIE - On the 22nd inst., by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the residence of Mrs. Kreider, Mr. Jas. T. Houser to Miss Mollie Burns, both of Troy.  June 24, 1865 (MU) 

BURNS, MOLLIE A. - June 22d, by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the residence of Mrs. Kreider, Mr. James T. Houser to Miss Mollie A. Burns--all of Troy.  June 29, 1865 (TT)

CAIRNS, SAMUEL A. - On the 4th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. Samuel A. Cairns, to Miss Emma C. Johnson, both of Troy.  July 8, 1865 (MU)

CAIRNS, SAMUEL A. -July 4th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Samuel A. Cairns, to Miss Emma C. Johnson, both of Troy.  July 13, 1865 (TT)

CAMPBELL, JACOB - In Troy, by Rev. S. B. Smith, Sept. 28, Mr. Jacob Campbell, of Miami County, and Miss Rachel Jane Hill, of Darke County.  September 28, 1865  (TT)

CAMPBELL, JACOB - On the 28th inst., in Troy, by Rev. S. B. Smith, Mr. Jacob Campbell and Miss Rachel Jane Hill, the former of Miami and the latter from Darke county.  September 30, 1865 (MU)

CANFIELD, DANIEL - On the 9th of January, by Isaac Mann, Esq., Mr. Daniel Canfield to Miss Nancy Crandall, both of Miami county.  March 16, 1865 (TT)

CARRINGTON, JULIA - Sep. 7th, at the residence of the bride, by Rev. Wm. Greenough, Mr. Wm. P. Dubois to Miss Julia Carrington, all of Piqua. September 21, 1865  (TT)

CAVAULT, VIOLA - On the 24th inst., by Rev. P. Banta, Mr. John W. Smith to Miss Viola Cavault, both of this County.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

CHAPPEL, JAMES - At the residence of the bride's father, on the 21st inst., by Rev. W. A. Webster, Mr. James Chappel to Mrs. S. J. Martin, all of Troy.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

CHESTNUT, ELLA - On Tuesday morning the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, Dr. Thomas Chestnut, by Rev. J. W. T. McMullen, Mr. J. B. Rollin of Indianapolis, to Miss Ella Chestnut of Lafayette, Indiana.  September 9, 1865 (MU)

CHILDS, ALMIRA - On Thursday morning in this town, by Rev. T. P. Childs, Dr. J. H. Green, of the firm of Harter and Green, to Miss Almira, oldest daughter of the officiating clergyman.  If our fair and lovely friend Almira has become Green by marrying the Doctor, he has shown himself very far from being green in the selection of a wife; for, without disparagement of any of the beautiful, accomplished, and excellent young ladies hereabouts, we do not think he could have made a better choice in the county.  A long, peaceful and prosperous life to him and his accomplished bride.  November 25, 1865 (MU)

COLLINS, SABIN - On Thursday morning, the 26th inst., in New Carlisle, Clarke County, Ohio, by Rev. A. O. Beall, Mr. Sabin Collins and Miss Sarah E. Drewet.  January 28, 1865 (MU)

COUNTS, CALLIE - On Wednesday evening, the 6th inst., by Rev. W. M. Cheever, Mr. Leander Rollin, of this town to Miss Callie, daughter of John D. Counts, of this vicinity.  December 9, 1865 (MU)

CRAMPTON, JOSEPH - On the 17th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. Joseph Crampton of Newton, to Miss Maggie Dickey, of Troy.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

CRAMPTON, JOSEPH - On the 17th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage, Troy, Mr. Joseph Crampton of Newton, to Miss Maggie Dickey of Troy.  

May they--By sweet experience know
That marriage rightly understood
Gives to the tender and the good
A paradise below.           M. 
September 23, 1865 (MU)

CRANDALL, NANCY - On the 9th of January, by Isaac Mann, Esq., Mr. Daniel Canfield to Miss Nancy Crandall, both of Miami countyMarch 16, 1865 (TT)

CULBERTSON, MARY J. - On Monday the 12th inst., by Rev. W. M. Cheever, Mr. Samuel M. Smith to Miss Mary J., youngest daughter of Robert H. Culbertson, Esq., all of Troy.  June 17, 1865 (MU)

CULBERTSON, CAPTAIN S. S. - On Tuesday, Dec. 26th, at the residence of the bride's father, John F. Hill, Esq., in Indianapolis, Ind., by James C. F. Fletcher, D. D., of New York City, Captain S. S. Culbertson, U. S. A., Chief C. M. Department of Georgia, to Miss Mary E. Hill.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

CULBERTSON, CAPTAIN S. S. - On Tuesday, December 26th, at the residence of the bride's father, John F. Hill, Esq., in Indianapolis, Ind., by the Rev. James C. Fletcher, of New York City, Captain S. S. Culbertson, U. S. A., Chief C. M. Department of Georgia, to Miss Mary E. Hill.  December 30, 1865 (MU)

CULPER, LUCY - On Monday, Dec. the 26th inst., by Rev. Joseph Parks, Mr. Curran Hill to Lucy Culper, all of Troy, Miami Co., Ohio.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

CULPER, LUCY - On the 26th inst., by Rev. Joseph Parke, Mr. Curran Hill to Miss Lucy Culper, all of this place.  December 30, 1865  (MU)

DAILY, SARAH L. - Jan. 4th, 1865, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. Robert W. Adams, of Toledo, to Miss Sarah L. Daily, of Troy.  January 5, 1865 (TT)

DAILY, SARAH L. - On the 4th inst., at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. Robert W. Adams, of Toledo, to Miss Sarah L. Daily, of Troy.  January 7, 1865 (MU)

DAILY, MRS. SUSAN - On Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Mr. Elijah Bemiss, of Lafayette, Indiana, to Mrs. Susan Daily, of this town.  May 20, 1865 (MU)

DAVIS, AMANDA - On the 21st inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the M. E. Parsonage in Troy, Mr. Valentine Aramine, to Miss Amanda Davis, both of Piqua.  December 23, 1865 (MU)

DAVIS, AMANDA - At the M. E. Parsonage in Troy, Dec. 21st, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. Valentine Aramine to Miss Amanda Davis, both of Piqua.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

DAVIS, MIMIRA F. - On the 27th of August, at the residence of the bride's mother, in Lena, by Rev. W. B. Jackson, Mr. L. Scott Allen, and Mrs. Mimira F. Davis, both of the same place.  September 2, 1865 (MU)

DAVIS, PHEBE ANN - On the 8th inst., by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Mr. Martin Linebaugh and Miss Phebe Ann Davis, both of Troy.  October 12, 1865 (TT)

DAVIS, PHEBE ANN - On the 8th inst., by A. L. McKinney, Mr. Martin Linebaugh and Miss Phebe Ann Davis, both of this place.  October 14, 1865 (MU)

DEFFENBAUGH, MARY ANN - On Thursday last, by Rev. W. M. Cheever, at his residence in this place, Mr. John Frederick Schlaman and Miss Mary Ann Deffenbaugh, both of Miami county.  January 14, 1865 (MU)

DEFREES, FLORA CORNELIUS - On Wednesday evening, by Rev. Chauncey W. Fitch, D. D., of Jeffersonville, Indiana, Mr. Theodore S. Allen to Miss Flora Cornelia Defrees, oldest daughter of the editor of this paper.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

DEWEESE, ALEXANDER M. - On the 7th inst., by Rev. J. A. McIntyre, at the residence of the bride's father, in Brown township, Mr. Alexander M. Deweese to Miss Sarah E., daughter of Samuel Sayers, Esq., all of Miami county, O.  September 14, 1865  (TT)

DEWEESE, ALEXANDER M. - On the 7th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, in Brown township, by Rev. J. A. McIntyre, Mr. Alexander M. Deweese to Miss Sarah E., daughter of Samuel Sayers, Esq., all of Miami county, Ohio.  September 16, 1865 (MU)

DEWEESE, TISH - On the 24th inst., at the Methodist Parsonage in Fletcher, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. John W. Gearhart, of Fletcher, to Miss Tish Deweese, of Shelby County.  October 26, 1865 (TT)

DEWEESE, TISH - On the 24th inst., at the Methodist Parsonage in Fletcher, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. John W. Gearhart of Fletcher, to Miss Tish Deweese, of Shelby county, Ohio.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

DEWEESE, WILLIAM - On Monday, the 13th day of February, in Staunton township by Jacob Knoop, Esq., William Deweese and Emma Harter Hathaway, all of Staunton township.  February 18, 1865 (MU)

DICKEY, MAGGIE - On the 17th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. Joseph Crampton of Newton, to Miss Maggie Dickey, of Troy.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

DICKEY, MAGGIE - On the 17th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage, Troy, Mr. Joseph Crampton of Newton, to Miss Maggie Dickey of Troy.

May they--By sweet experience know 
That marriage rightly understood 
Gives to the tender and the good 
A paradise below.              M. 
September 23, 1865 (MU)

DICKEY, SAMUEL A. - By Rev. A. L. McKinney, on the 12th inst., at the bride's father, Mr. Samuel A. Dickey of Dayton and Miss Sarah E. Hayner, of Troy.  October 12, 1865 (TT)

DICKEY, SAMUEL A. - On Thursday afternoon, by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Samuel A. Dickey of Dayton, and Miss Sallie S., oldest daughter of Mr. Lewis Hayner of this town.  The custom of making bridal presents was very fully and liberally endorsed in this case, the fair bride being the recipient of a large number of beautiful and valuable ones.  On invitation of our friend Hayner, we called in at his residence yesterday and looked over those which were still there, and a finer array of beautiful articles we have seldom seen anywhere.  Pitchers and goblets, castors, trays, spoons, and various other beautiful and useful articles were there in great profusion, and among others, a most beautiful and substantial copy of the Bible--one of the richest and handsomest we have ever seen.  That the fair bride is held in high esteem by her friends, is fully evidenced by "these presents:" and the sincere wish of the writer of this notice is that she may always be surrounded by such friends, and that her voyage of life may be a calm, peaceful and beautiful oneórealizing to the fullest extent, her fondest anticipations.  October 14, 1865  (MU)

DINSMORE, THEODORE J. - On the 19th inst., by Rev. B. Graves, Mr. Theodore J. Dinsmore to Miss Martha J. Faulder, both of the vicinity of New Carlisle, Clarke County, Ohio.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

DOUDS, MRS. ELIZA - On 15th ult., by Rev. R. T. Drake, at his residence in Troy, Mr. Alexander Vannois and Mrs. Eliza Douds, both of Miami county.  July 8, 1865 (MU)

DOUP, ELIZABETH A. - On the 22d ult., at the residence of the bride's mother by Rev. W. B. Jackson, Mr. Wm. H. Robinson, of Peoria, Illinois, to Miss Elizabeth A. Doup, of Fletcher, Miami County, O.  July 1, 1865 (MU)

DREWET, SARAH E. - On Thursday morning, the 26th inst., in New Carlisle, Clarke county, Ohio, by Rev. A. O. Beall, Mr. Sabin Collins and Miss Sarah E. Drewet.  January 28, 1865  (MU)

DUBOIS, WILLIAM P. - Sep. 7th, at the residence of the bride, by Rev. Wm. Greenough, Mr. Wm. P. Dubois to Miss Julia Carrington, all of Piqua.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

DYE, HENRY - At the Morris House, Troy, O., on the 5th inst., Mr. Henry Dye and Mrs. Harriet A. Beedle.  August 12, 1865 (MU)

EHINGER, JACOB - On the 23d of May, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Jacob Ehinger to Miss Catharine Long, both of Troy.  May 25, 1865 (TT)

EHINGER, JACOB - On the 23d inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Jacob Ehinger to Mrs. Catharine Long, both of this place.  May 27, 1865 (MU)

EITEL, MARY - On the 16th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. John E. Henne, to Miss Mary Eitel, both of Troy.  November 25, 1865  (MU)

ELLER, LYDIA - On the 18th inst., by A. L. McKinney, Mr. David Warner, and Miss Lydia Eller, both of this county.  June 24, 1865 (MU)

EMRICK, HENRY - On Thursday, October 19, at the residence of Jacob Knoop, by Jacob Knoop, Esq., Mr. Henry Emrick to Ann E. Garard, all of Miami County, Ohio.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

ESTABROOK, GEORGIANA - Sep. 14th, by Rev. L. Blakesley, Mr. Jacob J. Millhouse and Miss Georgiana Estabrook, all of Piqua.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

EVANS, MARY A. - Sep. 15th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, Mr. Henry H. Williams to Miss Mary A. Evans, both of Miami Co.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

EVANS, MARY A. - On the 15th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage, Troy, Mr. Henry H. Williams to Miss Mary A. Evans, both of Miami county.  September 23, 1865 (MU)

FALKE, CLARA - On the 12th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Charles Trupp of Tippecanoe, to Miss Clara Falke of Dayton.  September 16, 1865 (MU)

FALKE, CLARA - On the 12th Sep., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Charles Trupp, late of the 94th O. V. I. to Miss Clara Falke, of Dayton.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

FAULDER, MARTHA J. - On the 19th inst., by Rev. B. Graves, Mr. Theodore J. Dinsmore to Miss Martha J. Faulder, both of the vicinity of New Carlisle, Clarke County, Ohio.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

FAVORITE, ELIZABETH - On the 26th of September, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. Casper Longendelpher to Miss Elizabeth Favorite, both of this county.  October 5, 1865 (TT)

FITCH, LIEUTENANT JULIAN R. - At Evanston, Illinois, February 7, 1865, by the Rev. C. W. Fitch, D. D., Lieutenant Julian R. Fitch, of the Signal Corps, U.S.A., to Miss Louie S. Bragdon, daughter of the late Rev. Charles Bragdon, of Evanston.  April 15, 1865 (MU)

FLAIG, SAMUEL - On the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Samuel Flaig, late of the 11th O. V. I., to Miss Sarah Blakely, of Troy.  August 17, 1865 (TT)

FLAIG, SAMUEL - On the 10th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Samuel Flaig to Miss Sarah Blakeley.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

FLYNN, ELIZABETH B. - In Troy, July 30th, by Rev. S. B. Smith, Mr. W. N. Hathaway and Miss E. B. Flynn, all of Troy.  August 17, 1865 (TT)

FLYNN, ELIZABETH B. - In Troy, on the 30th ult., by Rev. S. B. Smith, Mr. W. N. Hathaway to Miss E. B. Flynn, all of Troy.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

FORGY, JONATHAN V. - On the 26th ult., in New Carlisle, by Rev. B. Graves, Mr. Jonathan V. Forgy to Miss Mary J. Garver.  November 4, 1865 (MU)

FULLER, LEVINA ELLEN - On Tuesday, the 26th inst., by Rev. R. T. Drake, at his residence, Mr. John W. Johnston to Miss Levina Ellen Fuller.  September 30, 1865 (MU)

FULLER, ROBERT - On Thursday evening, June 1st, at the Phillips House, Dayton, Ohio, by Rev. J. B. Robinson of Tippecanoe, Mr. Robert Fuller to Miss Eliza Robinson, both of Miami county.  June 3, 1865 (MU)

GAHAGAN, EMMA B. - April 5, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. James S. Moorhead of New Carlisle, to Miss Emma B. Gahagan, of Troy, O.  April 6, 1865 (TT)

GAHAGAN, EMMA B. - At the residence of the bride's parents, April 5, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. James S. Moorhead, of New Carlisle, to Miss Emma B. Gahagan, of Troy.  April 8, 1865 (MU)

GARARD, ANN E. - On Thursday, October 19, at the residence of Jacob Knoop, by Jacob Knoop, Esq., Mr. Henry Emrick to Ann E. Garard, all of Miami county, Ohio.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

GARBRY, MARY Y. - On the 19th inst., at the residence of the bride's father near Piqua, by Rev. A.Bowers, Mr. Robert C. Patterson to Miss Mary Y. Garbry, both of Miami Co., Ohio. No cards sent.  October 26, 1865 (YY)

GARBRY, MOLLIE (Mary) Y. - On the 19th inst., at the residence of the bride's father near Piqua, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Robert C. Patterson to Miss Mollie  (Mary) Y. Garbry, both of Miami county, Ohio.  No cards.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

GARVER, MARY J. - On the 26th ult., in New Carlisle, by Rev. B. Graves, Mr. Jonathan V. Forgy to Miss Mary J. Garver.  November 4, 1865 (MU)

GARVEY, MARY ANN. - May 3d, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of Mr. John Irwin, Mr. Alexander G. Ziegenfelder, of Troy, to Mary Ann Garvey, of Piqua, Ohio.  May 4, 1865 (TT)

GARVEY, MARY ANN - On Tues. inst., by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the residence of Mr. John Irwin of this place, Mr. Alexander G. Ziegenfelder of Troy, to Miss Mary Ann Garvey of Piqua.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

GATZ, CHAS. (CHARLES) - On the 3d inst., Chas. Gatz, of Tippecanoe, to Catharine Shaffer, of Piqua.  January 5, 1865 (TT)

GEARHART, JOHN W. - On the 24th inst., at the Methodist Parsonage in Fletcher, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. John W. Gearhart of Fletcher to Miss Tish Deweese, of Shelby County.  October 26, 1865 (TT)

GEARHART, JOHN W. - On the 24th inst., at the Methodist Parsonage in Fletcher, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. John W. Gearhart of Fletcher to Miss Tish Deweese, of Shelby County, Ohio.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

GERARD, HETTY - On Tuesday evening, March 21, at the residence of Mrs. Gerard, Troy, Ohio, by the Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. William H. McCurdy and Miss Hetty Gerard.  March 25, 1865 (MU)

GOETZ, CHAS. (CHARLES) - On the 3d inst., Chas. Goetz, of Tippecanoe to Catharine Schaefer of Piqua.  January 5, 1865 (TT)

GOUDEY, ELLEN - On the 21st inst., at the residence of D. J. Whitmore, near Casstown, by the Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Harrison Warner, late of the 2nd O. V. I., to Miss Ellen Goudey, all of Addison.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

GOUDEY, ELLEN - On the 21st inst., at the residence of D. J. Whitmore, Esq., near Casstown, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Harrison Warner, late of the 2nd O. V. I., to Miss Ellen Goudey, all of Addison.  September 23, 1865 (MU)

GOUGE, JAMES F. - By the Rev. Joseph Parke, on Thursday, the 12th day of October inst., Mr. James F. Gouge to Miss Nancy Ann Swearengen--all of Troy.  October 26, 1865 (TT)

GOUGE, JAMES F. - On the inst., by Rev. Joseph Parke, Mr. James F. Gouge to Miss Nancy Ann Swearengen, all of Troy.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

GREEN, DR. J. H. - On Thursday morning in this town, by Rev. T. P. Childs, Dr. J. H. Green, of the firm of Harter and Green, to Miss Almira, oldest daughter of the officiating clergyman.  If our fair and lovely friend Almira has become Green by marrying the Doctor, he has shown himself very far from being green in the selection of a wife; for, without disparagement of any of the beautiful, accomplished, and excellent young ladies hereabouts, we do not think he could have made a better choice in the county.  A long, peaceful and prosperous life to him and his accomplished bride.  November 25, 1865 (MU)

GRIMES, GEO. (GEORGE) W. - On the 21st inst., at the residence of Wm. Pye, Esq., by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Geo. W. Grimes of Shelby county, to Miss Priscilla Statler of Miami county.  December 23, 1865 (MU)

GROSVENOR, REV. MOSES G. - On the evening of the 11th, by Rev. Wm. M. Cheever, Rev. Moses G. Grosvenor, of Guilford, Vt., to Mrs. Hannah D. Orbison, of Troy, Ohio.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

GURTEN, THEODORE - On the evening of the 12th inst., by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. Theodore Gurten and Miss Cordelia Randall.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

HALLER, DAVID - On the 19th inst., by the A. L. McKinney, Mr. David Haller, and Miss Susan Mott, both of Montgomery county.  June 24, 1865 (MU)

HANNAN, THOMAS - At the residence of Dr. Milton Harter, on the evening of April 4, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Thomas Hannan, to Miss Elizabeth Price.  April 8, 1865  (MU)

HARKER, ADDIE R. - On the 17th inst., by Rev. S. B. Smith, at the residence of the bride's mother, Capt. A. M. Heywood, late of the 94th O. V. I., and Miss Addie R. Harker, both of Troy. Thanks to the above couple for their kind remembrance of the printers.  October 19, 1865 (TT)

HARKER, ADDIE R. - On the 17th inst., by Rev. S. B. Smith, Capt. A. M. Heywood, late of the 94th O. V. I., and Miss Addie R. Harker, both of Troy.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

HART, EMMA M. - On the 7th inst., at the residence of Mr. O'Donnell, by A. L. McKinney, Mr. David E. Helpman, and Miss Emma M. Hart, both of this place.  December 9, 1865 (MU)

HART, KATIE P. - On Tuesday morning, 17th inst., at the residence of Mrs. Powers in Troy, by Rev. D. Starr, Mr. Charles Barnett, of Piqua, to Miss Katie P. Hart of Troy, daughter of Col. James H. Hart. Thanks to the above couple for their kind remembrance of the printers.  October 19, 1865  (TT)

HART, KATE P. - On Tuesday last, at the residence of Mrs. Powers in Troy, by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. Charles C. Barnett of Piqua, and Miss Kate P., only daughter of Col. James H. Hart, of the 71st O. V. V. L.  Here now is another direct assault by Piqua upon Troy. These Piquods are all the time in some mischief or other.  If they cannot take the Courts away from Troy, they will court and carry off our pretty girls.  Well, well, we shall have no quarrel about this matter, for after all such assaults as this have a tendency to unite the people of the two towns in stronger bonds of friendship.  A long, peaceful, and happy life to you.  Charlie and Katie!  October 21, 1865 (MU)

HATFIELD, LIZZIE - At the residence of the bride's mother, Dec. 28th, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. William A. Bonner, of Middletown, Ohio to Miss Lizzie Hatfield, of Troy, O.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

HATFIELD, LIZZIE - Dec. 28th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. William A. Bonner of Middletown, O., to Miss Lizzie Hatfield, of Troy.  December 30, 1865 (MU)

HATHAWAY, EMMA HARTER - On Monday, the 13th day of February, in Staunton township by Jacob Knoop, Esq., William Deweese and Emma Harter Hathaway, all of Staunton township.  February 18, 1865 (MU)

HATHAWAY, WILLIAM N. - In Troy, July 30th, by Rev. S. B. Smith, Mr. W. N. Hathaway and Miss E. B. Flynn, all of Troy August 17, 1865 (TT)

HATHAWAY, WILLIAM N. - In Troy, on the 30th ult., by Rev. S. B. Smith, Mr. W. N. Hathaway to Miss F. B. Flynn, all of Troy.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

HAWVER, HETTY A. - Feb. 9th, by Rev. Thomas Collett at the Methodist parsonage in Troy, Mr. Joseph P. Rogers to Miss Hetty A. Hawver, both of Tippecanoe.  March 2, 1865 (TT)

HAWVER, HETTY A. - At the Methodist parsonage in Troy, Mr. Joseph P. Rogers and Miss Hetty A. Hawver, both of Tippecanoe.  March 4, 1865 (MU)

HAYNER, SARAH E. - By Rev. A. L. McKinney, on the 12th inst., at the bride's father, Mr. Samuel A. Dickey of Dayton and Miss Sarah E. Hayner, of Troy.  October 12, 1865 (TT)

HAYNER, SALLIE (Sarah) E. - On Thursday afternoon, by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Samuel A. Dickey of Dayton, and Miss Sallie S., oldest daughter of Mr. Lewis Hayner of this town.  The custom of making bridal presents was very fully and liberally endorsed in this case, the fair bride being the recipient of a large number of beautiful and valuable ones.  On invitation of our friend Hayner, we called in at his residence yesterday and looked over those which were still there, and a finer array of beautiful articles we have seldom seen anywhere.  Pitchers and goblets, castors, trays, spoons, and various other beautiful and useful articles were there in great profusion, and among others, a most beautiful and substantial copy of the Bible--one of the richest and handsomest we have ever seen.  That the fair bride is held in high esteem by her friends, is fully evidenced by "these presents;" and the sincere wish of the writer of this notice is that she may always be surrounded by such friends, and that her voyage of life may be a calm, peaceful and beautiful one--realizing to the fullest extent, her fondest anticipations.  October 14, 1865 (MU)

HELPMAN, DAVID E. - On the 7th inst., at the residence of Mr. O'Donnell, by A. L. McKinney, Mr. David E. Helpman, and Miss Emma M. Hart, both of this place.  December 9, 1865 (MU)

HEMMELRICH, JENNIE - At the Synagogue in Dayton on the 13th inst., Mr. Levi Barnard, of this place, to Miss Jennie Hemmelrich, of Dayton.  May 20, 1865 (MU)

HENNE, JOHN - On the 16th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. John E. Henne, to Miss Mary Eitel, both of Troy.  November 25, 1865  (MU)

HERBERT, COL. J. T. - On the 4th inst., by Rev. A. L. McKinney, at the bride's father's, Col. J. T. Herbert, of Iowa, and Miss Rachel Banta, daughter of Rev. P. Banta, of this place.  December 7, 1865 (TT)

HERBERT, COL. J. T. - On the 4th inst., by A. L. McKinney at the residence of the bride's father's, Col. J. T. Herbert of Iowa, and Miss Rachel Banta, daughter of Elder P. Banta, of this place.  December 9, 1865 (MU)

HEYWOOD, CAPT. A. M. - On the 17th inst., by Rev. S. B. Smith, Capt. A. M. Heywood, late of the 94th O. V. I., and Miss Addie R. Harker, both of Troy.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

HEYWOOD, CAPT. A. M. - On the 17th inst., by Rev. S. B. Smith, at the residence of the bride's mother, Capt. A. M. Heywood, late of the 94th O. V. I., and Miss Addie R. Harker, both of Troy. Thanks to the above couple for their kind remembrance of the printers.  October 19, 1865 (TT)

HILL, CURRAN - On Monday, Dec. the 26th inst., by Rev. Joseph Parks, Mr. Curran Hill to Lucy Culper, all of Troy, Miami Co., Ohio.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

HILL, CURRAN - On the 26th inst., by Rev. Joseph Parke, Mr. Curran Hill to Miss Lucy Culper, all of this place.  December 30. 1865 (MU)

HILL, MARY E. - On Tuesday, Dec. 26th, at the residence of the bride's father, John F. Hill, Esq., in Indianapolis, Ind., by James C. F. Fletcher, D. D., of New York City, Captain S. S. Culbertson, U. S. A., Chief C. M. Department of Georgia, to Miss Mary E. Hill.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

HILL, MARY E. - On Tuesday, December 26th, at the residence of the bride's father, John F. Hill, Esq., in Indianapolis, Ind., by the Rev. James C. Fletcher, of New York City, Captain S. S. Culbertson, U. S. A., Chief C. M. Department of Georgia, to Miss Mary E. Hill.  December 30, 1865 (MU)

HILL, RACHEL JANE - In Troy, by Rev. S. B. Smith, Sept. 28, Mr. Jacob Campbell, of Miami County, and Miss Rachel Jane Hill, of Darke County.  September 28, 1865 (TT)

HILL, RACHEL JANE - On the 28th inst., in Troy, by Rev. S. B. Smith, Mr. Jacob Campbell and Miss Rachel Jane Hill, the former of Miami and the latter from Darke county.  September 30, 1865 (MU)

HOAGLAND, J. C. - On the 9th inst., at Christ Church, Dayton, Ohio, by the Rev. E. H. Jewett, Mr. J. C. Hoagland of this place, to Miss Carrie E. Matlock of Dayton. May 11, 1865 (TT)

HOAGLAND, J. C. - On the 9th inst., at Christ Church, Dayton, Ohio, by Rev. E. H. Jewett, Mr. J. C. Hoagland of Troy, to Miss Carrie E. Matlock of Dayton.  May 13, 1865 (MU)

HOUSER, JAMES T. - June 22d, by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the residence of Mrs. Kreider, Mr. James T. Houser to Miss Mollie A. Burns--all of Troy.  June 29, 1865  (TT)

HOUSER, JAS. (JAMES) T. - On the 22nd inst., by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the residence of Mrs. Kreider, Mr. Jas. T. Houser to Miss Mollie Burns, both of Troy.  June 24, 1865 (MU)

HUSTLER, DR. GEORGE W. - At the residence of the bride, April 6, by Rev. T. Collett, Dr. George W. Hustler, to Mrs. Mary V. Secrist, both of Troy.  April 8, 1865 (MU)

HUTCHINS, CATHARINE - On the 3d inst., by Rev. R. T. Drake, at his residence in Troy, Mr. Albert M. Blackmer and Catharine Hutchins, of Covington.  July 8, 1865 (MU)

JACOBS, B. F. - On Thursday, the 26th inst., at the residence of the bride's father in New Carlisle, Clarke county, Ohio by Rev. B. Graves, Mr. B. F. Jacobs of Bethel township, Miami county to Miss Callie, daughter of James S. Stafford, Esq.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

JOHNSON, EMMA C. - On the 4th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. Samuel A. Cairns, to Miss Emma C. Johnson, both of Troy.  July 8, 1865 (MU)

JOHNSON, EMMA C. - July 4th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Samuel A. Cairns, to Miss Emma C. Johnson, both of Troy.  July 13, 1865 (TT)

JOHNSON, HENRIETTA - On the evening of March 26, at the residence of Mr. Hayner, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Charles White, to Miss Henrietta Johnson.  April 8, 1865 (MU)

JOHNSTON, JOHN W. - On Tuesday, the 26th inst., by Rev. R. T. Drake, at his residence, Mr. John W. Johnston to Miss Levina Ellen Fuller.  September 30, 1865 (MU)

KELLENBERGER, ABNER - On Thursday, the 12th inst., by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. Abner Kellenberger and Miss Mary H. Taylor, all of Piqua.  October 21, 1865  (MU)

KELLY, DAVID, ESQ. - On Tuesday evening, Jan 31, 1865, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. J. J. Thompson, David Kelly, Esq. to Miss Ellen E. Powers, both of Troy, Ohio.  February 2, 1865 (TT)*

KELLY, CAPT. DAVID - On Thursday evening, Jan. 31, 1865, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. J. J. Thompson, Capt. David Kelly, to Miss Nellie E. Powers, both of Troy, Ohio.  February 4, 1865 (MU)*

*Note: The above two marriages for David Kelly states in his biography that the marriage was on Tuesday evening, January 31, 1865.  David was, also, a captain during the Civil War.

LATTARROUTTE, MARY - On the 6th inst., at the bride's mother in Miami Co., by the Rev. A. O. Deall, Mr. Amos Mead and Miss Mary Lattarroutte.  August 24, 1865 (TT)

LATTARROUTTE, MARY - On the 6th inst., by Rev. A. O. Beall, Mr. Amos Mead to Miss Mary Lattarroutte, both of Miami county, Ohio.  August 26, 1865 (MU)

LATTOURETTE, SARAH L. - On the 22d ult., by Rev. A. O. Beall, Mr. James S. Shellenbarger to Miss Sarah L. Lattourette, both of Miami county, Ohio.  November 4, 1865  (MU)

LINEBAUGH, MARTIN - On the 8th inst., by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Mr. Martin Linebaugh and Miss Phebe Ann Davis, both of Troy.  October 12, 1865 (TT)

LINEBAUGH, MARTIN - On the 8th inst., by A. L. McKinney, Mr. Martin Linebaugh and Miss Phebe Ann Davis, both of this place.  October 14, 1865 (MU)

LITTLE, JOHN - On the 19th inst., by Rev. M. J. Miller, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. John Little, Mayor of Xenia, to Miss D. J. Sheets, daughter of Mr. Isaac Sheets.  October 19, 1865 (TT)

LITTLE, JOHN, ESQ. - On Thursday the 19th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, near Troy, by Rev. M. J. Miller, John Little, Esq., Mayor of Xenia, to Miss D. J., daughter of Mr. Isaac Sheets.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

LONG, CATHARINE - On the 23d of May, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Jacob Ehinger to Miss Catharine Long, both of Troy.  May 25, 1865 (TT)

LONG, MRS. CATHERINE - On the 23rd inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Jacob Ehinger to Mrs. Catherine Long, both of this place.  May 27, 1865 (MU)

LONGDENDELPHER, CASPER - On the 26th of September, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. Casper Longendelpher to Miss Elizabeth Favorite, both of this county.  October 5, 1865 (TT)

MAJOR, MRS. HANNAH T. - On the 17th of August, at the M. E. Parsonage in Lena by Rev. W. B. Jackson, Mr. John W. Toomire and Mrs. Hannah T. Major, both of Miami County.  September 2, 1865 (MU)

MALCOM, MARGARET J. - Jan. 5th, by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage, in Troy, Mr. William R. Wood, of Hamilton, Ohio to Miss Margaret J. Malcom, of Miami Co.  January 12, 1865 (TT)

MALCOM, MARGARET J. - On the 5th inst., by Rev. Thos. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, Mr. William R. Wood, of Hamilton, Ohio, to Miss Margaret J. Malcolm of Miami County.  January 14, 1865 (MU)

MARTIN, MRS. SARAH JANE - At the residence of the bride's father, on the 21st inst., by Rev. W. A. Webster, Mr. J. Chappel to Mrs. S. J. Martin, all of Troy.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

MATLOCK, CARRIE O. - On the 9th inst., at Christ Church, Dayton, Ohio, by the Rev. E. H. Jewett, Mr. J. C. Hoagland of this place, to Miss Carrie O. Matlock of Dayton.  May 11, 1865 (TT)

MATLOCK, CARRIE E. - On the 9th inst., at Christ Church, Dayton, Ohio, by Rev. E. H. Jewett, Mr. J. C. Hoagland of Troy, to Miss Carrie E. Matlock of Dayton.  May 13, 1865 (MU)

MAXAM, LIDA A. - On Tuesday evening the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. S. R. Maxam by Rev. R. L. Cushman, Mr. S. A. Rollin to Miss Lida A. Maxam, all of Princeton, Ind.  September 9, 1865 (MU)

McCLURE, H. E. - November 23d, at the residence of Prof. Legg, in Piqua, Ohio, by Rev. H. K. McConnell, Mr. H. E. McClure, of Greenville, Ohio, to Miss Sallie E. Vanvactor, of Piqua.  November 25, 1865 (MU)

McCULLOUGH, JULIA S. - On Tuesday morning, May 2d, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Dixon O. McLaughlin to Miss Julia S. McCullough, both of Troy.  May 4, 1865 (TT)

McCULLOUGH, JULIA S. - On Tuesday morning last, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Dixon O. McLaughlin to Miss Julia McCullough, daughter of Mr. John McCullough, all of this town.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

McCURDY, WILLIAM H. - On Tuesday evening, March 21, at the residence of Mrs. Gerard, Troy, Ohio by the Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. William H. McCurdy and Miss Hetty Gerard.  March 25, 1865  (MU)

McLAUGHLIN, DIXON - On Tuesday morning, May 2d, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Dixon O. McLaughlin to Miss Julia S. McCullough, both of TroyMay 4, 1865 (TT)

McLAUGHLIN, DIXON - On Tuesday morning last, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Dixon O. McLaughlin to Miss Julia McCullough, daughter of Mr. John McCullough, all of this town.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

McNEAL, J. W. - On Tuesday morning last at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. H. Y. Rush, Mr. J. W. McNeal to Miss Lucie M. Shidaker, daughter of H. C. Shidaker, all of this county.  Accompanying this last notice came substantial evidence of the happy bridegroom's regard for the printer.  We extend to him and his bonnie bride our warmest congratulations on entering upon this new relation, and our sincere hope that their journey through life may be a bright and sunny one, interspersed with so few of the shadowy clouds of adversity as possible to an earthly pilgrimage.  

May their--"Ways be ways of pleasantness
And all their paths be  peace." 
November 4, 1865  (MU)

MEAD, AMOS - On the 6th inst., at the bride's mother in Miami Co., by the Rev. A. O. Beall, Mr. Amos Mead and Miss Mary Lattarroutte.  August 24, 1865 (TT)

MEAD, AMOS - On the 6th inst., by Rev. A. O. Beall, Mr. Amos Mead to Miss Mary Lattarroutte, both of Miami County, Ohio.  August 26, 1865 (MU)

MEREDITH, MARY J. - May 20, by Rev. T. Collett, of the Methodist parsonage in Troy, Mr. George Plants, of Miami County, to Miss Mary J. Meredith of Clark Co., Ohio.  June 1, 1865 (TT)

MEREDITH, MARY J. - On the 20th ult., at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. George Plants, of Miami county, to Miss Mary J. Meredith, of Clarke county, Ohio.  June 3, 1865 (MU)

MILLER, MRS. ADELIA - In Pontiac, Ind., March 30, by the Rev. W. Ager, Washington Saunders of South Bend Ind., to Mrs. Adelia Miller, of Troy, Ohio.  April 6, 1865 (TT)

MILLHOUSE, JACOB J. - Sep. 14th inst., by Rev. L. Blakesley, Mr. Jacob J. Millhouse and Miss Georgiana Estabrook, all of Piqua. September 21, 1865 (TT)

MOORHEAD, JAMES S. - April 5, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. James S. Moorhead of New Carlisle to Miss Emma B. Gahagan, of Troy, O.  April 6, 1865 (TT)

MOORHEAD, JAMES S. - At the residence of the bride's parents, April 5, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. James S. Moorhead, of New Carlisle, to Miss Emma B. Gahagan, of Troy.  April 8, 1865 (MU)

MOTT, SUSAN - On the 19th inst., by A. L. McKinney, Mr. David Haller, and Miss Susan Mott, both of Montgomery county.  June 24, 1865 (MU)

MUCK, SARAH - In Troy, Oct. 25th, by Rev M. J. Miller, John W. Penny, late of the 110th O. V. I., to Miss Sarah Muck.  November 2, 1865 (TT)

MUCK, SARAH - On the 25th ult., by Rev. M. J. Miller, John W. Penny late of the 110th O. V. I., to Miss Sarah Muck.  November 4, 1865 (MU)

MYERS, ANNA E. - On the 14th inst, by Rev. R T. Drake, at his residence, Mr. John M. Thomas to Miss Anna E. Myers.  June 3, 1865 (MU)

MYERS, LAURETTA L. - On the 24th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the M. E. Parsonage, Mr. Valentine B. St. John to Miss Lauretta L. Myers, both of Troy.  August 26, 1865 (MU)

OBLINGER, JOHN - On Thursday, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. John Oblinger to Miss Callie Wasserman, daughter of Mr. John Wasserman, all of Troy.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

OBLINGER, JOHN - On the 8th inst, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. John Oblinger to Miss Callie Wasserman, both of this place.  May 11, 1865 (TT)

ORBISON, MRS. HANNAH D. - On the evening of the 11th by Rev. Wm. M. Cheever, Rev. Moses G. Grosvenor, of Guilford, Vt., to Mrs. Hannah D. Orbison, of Troy, Ohio.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

PARK, MARY - On the 23d inst., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of Mr. Linebaugh, Mr. Wm. H. Witting, and Miss Mary Park, both of this place.  November 25, 1865  (MU)

PATTERSON, ROBERT C. - On the 19th inst., at the residence of the bride's father near Piqua, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Robert C. Patterson to Miss Mary Y. Garbry; both of Miami Co., Ohio. No cards sent.  October 26, 1865 (TT)

PATTERSON, ROBERT C. - On the 19th inst., at the residence of the bride's father near Piqua, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Robert C. Patterson to Miss Mollie Y. Garbry, both of Miami County, Ohio.  No cards.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

PATTY, SUSAN - On the 28th of November, by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Mr. Aaron F. Thomas to Miss Susan Patty, both of this county.  November 30, 1865  (TT)

PATTY, SUSAN - On the 28th of Nov. by A. L. McKinney, Mr. A. F. Thomas and Miss Susan Patty, both of this County.  December 2, 1865 (MU)

PECK, ISAAC - On the 25th inst., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of Mr. Traebing, Mr. Isaac Peck and Miss Cordelia Simons.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

PECKHAM, WILLIAM C. - On Thursday, the 21st inst., by the Rev. R. T. Drake, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. William C. Peckham to Miss Maria Youart.  December 30, 1865  (MU)

PENNY, JOHN W. - In Troy, Oct. 25th, by Rev. M. J. Miller, John W. Penny, late of the 110th O. V. I., to Miss Sarah Muck.  November 2, 1865 (TT)

PENNY, JOHN W. - On the 25th ult., by Rev. M. J. Miller, John W. Penny, late of the 110th O. V. I. to Miss Sarah Muck.  November 4, 1865  (MU)

PLANTS, GEORGE - May 20, by Rev. T. Collett, of the Methodist parsonage in Troy, Mr. George Plants, of Miami County, to Miss Mary J. Meredith of Clark Co., Ohio.   June 1, 1865 (TT)

PLANTS, GEORGE - On the 20th ult., at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. George Plants of Miami County, to Miss Mary J. Meredith, of Clarke county, Ohio.  June 3, 1865 (MU)

POWERS, NELLIE E. - On Tuesday evening, Jan. 31, 1865, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. J. J. Thompson, David Kelly, Esq., to Miss Nellie E. Powers, both of Troy, Ohio.  February 3, 1865 (TT)*

POWERS, NELLIE E. - On Thursday evening, Jan. 31, 1865, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. J. J. Thompson, Capt. David Kelly, to Miss Nellie E. Powers, both of Troy, Ohio.  February 4, 1865 (MU)*

*Note: The above two marriages for David Kelly states in his biography that the marriage was on Tuesday evening, January 31, 1865.  David was, also, a captain during the Civil War.

PRICE, ELIZABETH - At the residence of Dr. Milton Harter, on the evening of April 4, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Thomas Hannan, to Miss Elizabeth Price.  April 8, 1865 (MU) 

RANDALL, MISS CORDELIA - On the evening of the 12th inst., by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. Theodore Gurten and Miss Cordelia Randall.  October 21, 1865  (MU)

RANDALL, GEORGE W. - On Thursday the 12th inst., by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. George W. Randall and Miss Maria Ryan.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

ROBINSON, ELIZA - On Thursday evening, June 1st, at the Phillips House, Dayton, Ohio, by Rev. J. B. Robinson of Tippecanoe, Mr. Robert Fuller to Miss Eliza Robinson, both of Miami County.  June 3, 1865 (MU)

ROBINSON, WM. (WILLIAM) H. - On the 22d ult., at the residence of the bride's mother by Rev. W. B. Jackson, Mr. Wm. H. Robinson, of Peoria, Illinois, to Miss Elizabeth A. Doup, of Fletcher, Miami County, O.  July 1, 1865  (MU)

ROGERS, JOSEPH P. - Feb. 9th, by Rev. Thomas Collett at the Methodist parsonage in Troy, Mr. Joseph P. Rogers to Miss Hetty A. Hawver, both of Tippecanoe.  March 2, 1865 (TT)

ROGERS, JOSEPH P. - At the Methodist parsonage in Troy, Mr. Joseph P. Rogers and Miss Hetty A. Hawver, both of Tippecanoe.  March 4, 1865 (MU)

ROLLIN, J. B. - On Tuesday morning the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, Dr. Thomas Chestnut, by Rev. J. W. T. McMullen, Mr. J. B. Rollin of Indianapolis, to Miss Ella Chestnut, of Lafayette, Indiana.  September 9, 1865  (MU)

ROLLIN, LEANDER - On Wednesday evening, the 6th inst., by Rev. W. M. Cheever, Mr. Leander Rollin, of this town to Miss Callie, daughter of John D. Counts, of this vicinity.  December 9, 1865  (MU)

ROLLIN, S. A. - On Tuesday evening the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. S. R. Maxam by Rev. R. L. Cushman, Mr. S. A. Rollin to Miss Lida A. Maxam, all of Princeton, Ind.  September 9, 1865  (MU)

RUCK, ELIZABETH - On the 23d of May, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Simon P. Ziegenfelder to Miss Elizabeth Ruck, both of this place.  May 25, 1865 (TT)

RUCK, ELIZABETH - On the 23d inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Simon P. Ziegenfelder to Miss Elizabeth Ruck, both of this place.  May 27, 1865 (MU) 

RYAN, MARIA - On Thursday the 12th inst., by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. George W. Randall and Miss Maria Ryan.  October 21, 1865  (MU)

SAUNDERS, WASHINGTON - In Pontiac, Ind. March 30, by the Rev. W. Ager, Washington Saunders of South Bend, Ind., to Mrs. Adelia Miller, of Troy, Ohio.  April 6, 1865 (TT)

SAYERS, SARAH E. - On the 7th inst., by Rev. J. A. McIntyre, at the residence of the bride's father, in Brown township, Mr. Alexander H. Deweese to Miss Sarah E., daughter of Samuel Sayers, Esq., all of Miami county, OSeptember 14, 1865 (TT)

SAYERS, SARAH E. - On the 7th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, in Brown township, by Rev. J. A. McIntyre, Mr. Alexander M. Deweese to Miss Sarah E., daughter of Samuel Sayers, Esq., all of Miami county, Ohio.  September 16, 1865 (MU)

SAYLOR, ANN MARIAH - On the 23d of Feb., by Isaac Mann, Esq., Mr. Uriah Bowers to Miss Maria Saylor, both of this county.  March 16, 1865 (TT)

SCHAEFER, CATHARINE - On the 3d inst., Chas. Goetz, of Tippecanoe, to Catharine Schaefer of Piqua.  January 5, 1865 (TT)

SCHLAMAN, JOHN FREDERICK - On Thursday last, by Rev. W. M. Cheever, at his residence in this place, Mr. John Frederick Schlaman and Miss Mary Ann Deffenbaugh, both of Miami County.  January 14, 1865  (MU)

SECRIST, MRS. MARY V. - At the residence of the bride, April 6, by Rev. T. Collett, Dr. George W. Hustler, to Mrs. Mary V. Secrist, both of Troy.  April 8, 1865 (MU)

SHAFFER (SCHAFFER), CAROLINE - On the 3d inst., Chas. Gatz, of Tippecanoe, to Catharine Shaffer, of Piqua.  January 5, 1865 (TT)

SHAFFER, MAGDALENA - On the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Joseph E. Asper, late of the 11th O. V. I., to Miss Magdalena Shaffer, of Troy.  August 17, 1865 (TT)

SHAFFER, MAGDALENA - On the 10th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Joseph E. Asper to Miss Magadalena Shaffer.  August 19, 1865 (MU)

SHARDELOW, JOSEPH - On the 9th inst., by Rev. W. M. Cheever, Mr. Joseph Shadelow late of gunboat Essex, to Mrs. Maggie Allen, of Troy.  April 13, 1865 (TT)

SHEETS, B. J. - On the 19th inst., by Rev. M. J. Miller, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. John Little, Mayor of Xenia, to Miss B. J. , daughter of Mr. Isaac Sheets.  October 19, 1865 (TT)

SHEETS, B. J. - On Thursday the 19th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, near Troy, by Rev. M. J. Miller, John Little, Esq., Mayor of Xenia, to Miss B. J., daughter of Mr. Isaac Sheets.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

SHELLENBARGER, JAMES S. - On the 22d ult., by Rev. A. O. Beall, Mr. James S. Shellenbarger to Miss Sarah L. Lattourette, both of Miami County, Ohio.  November 4, 1865  (MU)

SHIDAKER, LUCIE M. - On Tuesday morning last at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. H. Y. Rush, Mr. J. W. McNeal to Miss Lucie M. Shidaker, daughter of H. C. Shidaker, all of this county.  Accompanying this last notice came substantial evidence of the happy bridegroom's regard for the printer.  We extend to him and his bonnie bride our warmest congratulations on entering upon this new relation, and our sincere hope that their journey through life may be a bright and sunny one, interspersed with so few of the shadowy clouds of adversity as possible to an earthly pilgrimage.  

May their--"Ways be ways of pleasantness
And all their paths be peace." 
November 4, 1865  (MU)

SIMMONS, JOHN W. - March 28th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. John W. Simmons to Miss Effa Yaste, both of Casstown.  March 30, 1865 (TT)

SIMMONS, JOHN W. - At the residence of the bride's mother, on the 28th ult., by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. J. W. Simmons, to Miss Effa Yaste, both of Casstown.  April 1, 1865 (MU)

SIMONS, CORDELIA - On the 25th inst., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of Mr. Traebing, Mr. Isaac Peck and Miss Cordelia Simons.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

SLEPPY, JOHN - At the Washington House, Dec. 21, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. John Sleppy to Fianna Stickle, both of Miami Co.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

SLEPPY, JOHN - On the 21st inst., by Rev. T. Collett at the Washington Hotel in Troy, Mr. John Sleppy to Miss Fianna Stickle.  December 23, 1865 (MU)

SMITH, JOHN W. - On the 24th inst., by Rev. P. Banta, Mr. John W. Smith to Miss Viola Cavault, both of this County.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

SMITH, SAMUEL M. - On Monday the 12th inst., by Rev. W. M. Cheever, Mr. Samuel M. Smith to Miss Mary J., youngest daughter of Robert H. Culbertson, Esq., all of Troy.  June 17, 1865  (MU)

ST. JOHN, VALENTINE B. - On the 24th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the M. E. Parsonage, Mr. Valentine B. St. John to Miss Lauretta L. Myers, both of Troy.  August 26, 1865  (MU)

STAFFORD, CALLIE - On Thursday, the 26th inst., at the residence of the bride's father in New Carlisle, Clarke county, Ohio by Rev. B. Graves, Mr. B. F. Jacobs of Bethel township, Miami County to Miss Callie, daughter of James S. Stafford, Esq.  October 28, 1865  (MU)

STATLER, PRISCILLA - On the 21st inst., at the residence of Wm. Pye, Esq., by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Geo. W. Grimes of Shelby county, to Miss Priscilla Statler of Miami county.  December 23, 1865 (MU)

STICKLE, FIANNA - On the 21st inst., by Rev. T. Collett at the Washington Hotel in Troy, Mr. John Sleppy to Miss Fianna Stickle.  December 23, 1865 (MU)

STICKLE, FIANNA - At the Washington House, Dec. 21, by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. John Sleppy to Fianna Stickle, both of Miami Co.  December 28, 1865 (TT)

SWEARENGEN, NANCY ANN - By Rev. Joseph Parke, on Thursday, the 12th day of October inst., Mr. James F. Gouge to Miss Nancy Ann Swearengen, all of Troy.  October 26, 1865  (TT)

SWEARENGEN, NANCY ANN - On the inst., by Rev. Joseph Parke, Mr. James F. Gouge to Miss Nancy Ann Swearengen, all of Troy.  October 28, 1865 (MU)

TAYLOR, MARY H. - On Thursday, the 12th inst., by Rev. D. Judson Starr, Mr. Abner Kellenberger and Miss Mary H. Taylor, all of Piqua.  October 21, 1865 (MU)

THOMAS, AARON F. - On the 28th of November, by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Mr. Aaron F. Thomas to Miss Susan Patty, both of this county.  November 30, 1865 (TT)

THOMAS, AARON F. - On the 28th of Nov. by A. L. McKinney, Mr. A. F. Thomas and Miss Susan Patty, both of this county.  December 2, 1865 (MU)

THOMAS, JOHN M. - On the 14th inst., by Rev. R. T. Drake, at his residence, Mr. John M. Thomas to Miss Anna E. Myers.  June 3, 1865 (MU)

TIMBERLAKE, HENRY - In Williamsport, Ind., November 15, 1865, by Rev. T. C. Stringer, Mr. Henry Timberlake, of Jefferson county, West Virginia, to Miss Maggie R. Venenon, formerly of this place.  December 16, 1865  (MU)

TOOMIRE, JOHN W. - On the 17th of August, at the M. E. Parsonage in Lena by Rev. W. B. Jackson, Mr. John W. Toomire and  Mrs. Hannah T. Major, both of Miami county.  September 2, 1865 (MU)

TRUPP, CHARLES - On the 12th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Charles Trupp of Tippecanoe, to Miss Clara Falke of Dayton.  September 16, 1865 (MU)

TRUPP, CHARLES - On the 12th Sep., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Charles Trupp, late of the 94th O. V. I., to Miss Clara Falke, of Dayton.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

VANDIVEER, SARAH E. - April 23, at the Methodist Parsonage, Troy, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. James B. Bell to Miss Sarah E. Vandiveer, both of this county. April 27, 1865 (TT)

VANDIVEER, SARAH E. - At the Methodist parsonage in Troy, by Rev. Thomas Collett, Mr. James B. Bell, to Miss Sarah E. Vandiveer,-- both of this county.  April 29, 1865 (MU)

VANNOIS, ALEXANDER - On 15th ult., by Rev. R. T. Drake, at his residence in Troy, Mr. Alexander Vannois and Mrs. Eliza Douds, both of Miami County.  July 8, 1865 (MU)

VANVACTOR, SALLIE E. - November 23d, at the residence of Prof. Legg, in Piqua, Ohio, by Rev. H. K. McConnell, Mr. H. E. McClure, of Greenville, Ohio, to Miss Sallie E. Vanvactor, of Piqua.  November 25, 1865 (MU)

VENENON, MAGGIE R. - In Williamsport, Ind., November 15, 1865, by Rev. T. C. Stringer, Mr. Henry Timberlake, of Jefferson county, West Virginia, to Miss Maggie R. Venenon, formerly of this place.  December 16, 1865 (MU)

WARNER, DAVID - On the 18th inst., by A. L. McKinney, Mr. David Warner, and Miss Lydia Eller, both of this county.  June 24, 1865  (MU)

WARNER, HARRISON - On the 21st inst., at the residence of D. J. Whitmore, near Casstown, by the Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Harrison Warner, late of the 2nd O. V. I., to Miss Ellen Goudey, all of Addison.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

WARNER, HARRISON - On the 21st inst., at the residence of D. J. Whitmore, Esq., near Casstown, by Rev. A. Bowers, Mr. Harrison Warner, late of the 2nd O. V. I., to Miss Ellen Goudey, all of Addison.  September 23, 1865 (MU)

WASSERMAN, CALLIE - On Thursday, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. John Oblinger to Miss Callie Wasserman, daughter of Mr. John Wasserman, all of Troy.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

WASSERMAN, CALLIE - On the 8th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. John Oblinger to Miss Callie Wasserman, both of this place. May 11, 1865 (TT)

WHITE, CHARLES - On the evening of March 26, at the residence of Mr. Hayner, by Rev. R. T. Drake, Mr. Charles White, to Miss Henrietta Johnson.  April 8, 1865   (MU)

WILL, GEORGE F. - On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. George F. Will to Miss Maggie H. Wright, both of Miami county.  September 16, 1865 (MU)

WILL, GEORGE F. - On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. George F. Will, of the --- N. Y. V. I., to Miss Maggie Wright, of this county.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

WILLIAMS, HENRY H. - Sep. 15th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, Mr. Henry H. Williams to Miss Mary A. Evans, both of Miami Co.  September 21, 1865 (TT) 

WILLIAMS, HENRY H. - On the 15th inst., by Rev. T. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage, Troy, Mr. Henry H. Williams to Miss Mary A. Evans, both of Miami county.   September 23, 1865 (MU)

WITTING, WM. (William) H. - On the 23d inst., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of Mr. Linebaugh, Mr. Wm. H. Witting, and Miss Mary Park, both of this place.  November 25, 1865 (MU)

WOOD, WILLIAM R. - Jan. 5th, by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage, in Troy, Mr. William R. Wood, of Hamilton, Ohio, to Miss Margaret J. Malcom, of Miami Co.  January 12, 1865 (TT)

WOOD, WILLIAM R. - On the 5th inst., by Rev. Thos. Collett, at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, Mr. William R. Wood, of Hamilton, Ohio, to Miss Margaret J. Malcom of Miami county.  January 14, 1865 (MU)

WRIGHT, MAGGIE H. - On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. George F. Will to Miss Maggie H. Wright, both of Miami county.  September 16,1865 (MU)

WRIGHT, MAGGIE - On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. George F. Will, of the --- N. Y. V. I., to Miss Maggie Wright, of this county.  September 21, 1865 (TT)

YASTE, EFFA - March 28th, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. John W. Simmons to Miss Effa Yaste, both of Casstown.  March 30, 1865 (TT)

YASTE, EFFA - At the residence of the bride's mother, on the 28th ult., by Rev. T. Collett, Mr. J. W. Simmons, to Miss Effa Yaste, both of Casstown.  April 1, 1865 (MU)

YOUART, MARIA - On Thursday, the 21st inst., by the Rev. R. T. Drake, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. William C. Peckham to Miss Maria Youart.  December 30, 1865  (MU)

ZIEGENFELDER, ALEXANDER G. - May 3d, by Rev. T. Collett, at the residence of Mr. John Irwin, Mr. Alexander G. Ziegenfelder, of Troy, to Mary Ann Garvey, of Piqua, Ohio. May 4, 1865 (TT)

ZIEGENFELDER, ALEXANDER G. - On Tues. morning last, by Rev. Thomas Collett, at the residence of Mr. John Irwin of this place, Mr. Alexander G. Ziegenfelder of Troy, to Miss Mary Ann Garvey of Piqua.  May 6, 1865 (MU)

ZIEGENFELDER, SIMON P. - On the 23d of May, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Simon P. Ziegenfelder to Miss Elizabeth Ruck, both of this place.  May 25, 1865 (TT)

ZIEGENFELDER, SIMON P. - On the 23d inst., by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. Simon P. Ziegenfelder to Miss Elizabeth Ruck, both of this place.  May 27, 1865 (MU)


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