Marriage Record Notices from Miami Union, Troy Times, Stillwater Valley Gazette &

Tippecanoe City Herald of 1871

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The Tippecanoe City Herald ends with the issue dated May 25, 1871. 
The library has this as their last newspaper and it does not start again until 1902. 

The Troy Times Suspended Publication on January 5th, 1871


AFFLE, W. H. - On the 2d inst., by the Rev. J. G. Shaeffer, Mr. W. H. Affle with Miss B. W. M. Tritschuh, both of Versailles, Darke Co., Ohio.  April 13, 1871 (SVG)

AGENBROAD, LEWIS W. - On the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's mother, in West Charleston, Miami county, Ohio, by the Rev. H. Wren, Mr. Lewis W. Agenbroad, to Miss Hannah Puterbaugh.  March 25, 1871 (MU)

ANDERSON, LYDIA A. - At the residence of the bride's mother, on October 11, 1871, by Rev. Cary C. Crum, Mr. Harry N. Dille, of Richmond, Indiana, to Miss Lydia A. Anderson, of Miami County, Ohio.  October 14, 1871 (MU)

ANDERSON, SALLIE F. - On the 29th ult., at the Exchange Hotel, in this place, by the Rev. D. A. Tawney, Mr. Harrison Young and Miss Sallie A. Anderson, both of this county.  January 5, 1871 (TCH)

ANDERSON, SALLIE F. - On the 16th inst., by Rev. W. I. Fep, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Elias Hathaway and Miss Sallie F. Anderson, all of this vicinity.  March 23, 1871 (SVG)

APPLE, MARIA D. - On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. G. Shaefer, at the residence of J. G. Shaefer, Albert M. Routson, of Miami County, with Maria D. Apple, of Darke County.  September 21, 1871 (SVG)

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM H. - By Rev. A. D. Raleigh, at the parsonage of the Franklin St. M. E. Church, Troy, on Thursday evening, Dec 7th, Mr. William H. Armstrong, to Miss Sallie E. Priest, both of this county.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

BAER, ELIZABETH C. - By Rev. J. P. Watson, at the Christian Parsonage, Market St., Troy, O., Dec. 20, 1871, Mr. James McMaster of Staunton, and Miss Elizabeth C. Baer of Troy.  December 23, 1871 (MU)

BAER, HARRIET E. - On the 29th ult., at the residence of C. T. Baer, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Geo. Green, and Harriet E. Baer, all of Troy, O.  February 4, 1871 (MU) 

BAER, HARRIET E. - On the 29th ult., at the residence of C. T. Baer, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Geo. Green, and Harriet E. Baer, all of Troy, O.  February 9, 1871 (TCH)

BAER, OLIE M. - On the evening of the 9th of March, 1871, at the residence of Mr. Wm. Baer, by the Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Taylor Fair and Miss Olie M. Baer, both of Tippecanoe City, Ohio.  March 16, 1871 (TCH)

BAINS, MARY ELIZABETH - On Tuesday evening, 26th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents in Piqua, by Rev. W. I. Fee, Mr. William C. Robison, of Washington City, and Miss Mary Elizabeth Bains, daughter of John Bains, Esq.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

BARD, JOSEPH - On July 28, 1871, at Troy, O., by C. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Joseph Bard to Miss Sallie Boze, both of Piqua, Ohio.  July 29, 1871 (MU)

BARNHART, ANDREW - On the 4th inst., by Robert H. Culbertson, J. P., Mr. Andrew Barnhart to Miss Anna M. Cammeron, both of Miami county.  June 10, 1871 (MU)

BASHORE, JOHN - On the 18th of May, inst., by Rev. Mr. Studebaker, John Bashore to Sarah J. Moist.  May 25, 1871 (SVG)

BASHORE, SARAH - By Elder G. Griffith, at his residence, Oct. 26, 1871, Mr. William Dorman to Miss Sarah Bashore, all of Miami County.  November 9, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records show Sarah, but SVG has Salome

BATES, L. HARRY - On the 19th of Dec., 1871, at the residence of Jacob Knoop, by A. L. McKinney, L. Harry Bates of Xenia, O., and Sallie E. Leavell of this county.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

BENSON, JAMES C. - On the 5th inst., by Rev. T. S. Cowden, James C. Benson and Matilda E. Dunklebarger, all of Miami County.  February 11, 1871 (MU)

BIRELY, JULIA - On Thursday evening, April 13, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. James Fahnestock, of Versailles, Jacob Widener, Jr., to Miss Julia, daughter of Mr. Joseph Birely, of Covington.  April 20, 1871 (SVG)

BISHOP, ANTHONY - On the 25th of December, 1870, by Rev. T. E. Fiddler, Mr. Anthony Bishop and Miss Charlotte Helvie.  January 21, 1871 (MU)

BLACK, W. S. - On the 22nd ult., at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. T. E. Fidler, Mr. W. S. Black, and Miss Maggie Mitchell, both of Miami county.  February 11, 1871 (MU)

BLEVINS, HARRISON - On April 27, by D. Stillwell, Esq., at his residence, Mr. Harrison Blevins, to Miss Alice D. Ravenscraft, all of this county.  May 6, 1871 (MU)

BONSALL, WM. (WILLIAM) H. - October 2d, at Portsmouth, Ohio, by the Rev. Dr. Burr, Mr. Wm. H. Bonsall and Miss Ella D. McFarland, daughter of A. McFarland, Esq., editor of the Portsmouth Tribune. The above lines record names endeared to us by a thousand tender ties--sentimental, religious and social. We would fain accompany them with an epithalamium worthy of the charming bride, (a daughter of a long-tried and dear friend)--but we can only add, in plain prose, may the earnest blessings of the good Doctor, on inducting you into the "holy estate," be perpetuated by High Heaven; and--

When e'en the perennial flowers shall wither,
  And leave but their perfume to halo the day,
The memory of just ones, ascended up thither,
  Shall bless the departed who hither may stray.  October 19, 1871 (SVG)

BOTZENHAST, JACOB - On the evening of July 22d, by Daniel Stilwell, J. P., Mr. Jacob Botzenhast, to Miss Lena Schofner, all of Miami County.  July 29, 1871 (MU)

BOWER, CATHARINE - On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. G. Shaefer, Mr. John Shafer and Catharine Bower, both of Covington.  (Our friend Mr. Shafer is doing a good business in the splicing line, and, we doubt not, there are others dallying on the shores of connubiality, of whom it might be said:
-----------"twere well,

An't were done quickly."
If
 any authorized marrying-man can produce a longer list, let him now declare it. Ed.)  September 21, 1871 (SVG)

BOWERS, SARAH C. - On November 15, 1871, by Cal. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Wm. H. H. McKinley to Miss Sarah C. Bowers, all of Miami County, Ohio.  November 18, 1871 (MU)

BOYER, EMMA - On the evening of November 28, 1871, at the residence of Mr. John M. Kerr, near Tippecanoe City, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Charles B. Heikes, to Miss Emma Boyer, all of Miami County, O.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

BOZE, SALLIE - On July 28, 1871, at Troy, O., by C. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Joseph Bard to Miss Sallie Boze, both of Piqua, Ohio.  July 29, 1871 (MU) Note: Court records show Boze, but MU has Bows

BRAGFORD, LAURA C. - At the residence of the bride's parents, February 2d, 1871, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Jonathan Howett and Miss Laura C. Bragford, both of Miami County, O.  February 9, 1871 (TCH)

BRAGFORD, LAURA C. - On the 2nd inst., by Rev. J. J. Welch, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Jonathan Howett, and Miss Laura C. Bragford, both of Miami county, Ohio.  February 11, 1871 (MU) Note: Court records show Laura, but MU has Lura

BREEZE, JOHN R. - January 29th, 1871, by Rev. J. J. Welch, at the residence of the bride, Mr. John R. Breeze and Mrs. Amelia Morrison, both of Tippecanoe City, Miami County, Ohio.  February 2, 1871 (TCH)

BREEZE, JOHN R. - On the 29th ult., by Rev. J. J. Welch, at the residence of the bride, Mr. John R. Breeze, and Mrs. Amelia Morrison, both of Tippecanoe City, Miami county, Ohio.  February 11, 1871 (MU)  

BRELSFORD, MRS. HANNAH - By Rev. J. P. Watson, Pastor of the Christian Church, Troy, O., at Daniel Brown's, Staunton Tp., Dec. 3, 1871, Joseph Snurr, Esq., and Mrs. Hannah Brelsford.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

BRENNEMAN, LIZZIE C. - On March 30, 1871, at the residence of John Hart, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. T. F. Clark to Miss Lizzie C. Brenneman, all of Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

BREWER, PHERIBY - On the evening of April 5th, 1871, at the Washington Hotel, Troy, Ohio, by C. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Isam Driskill, of Clinton county, to Miss Pheriby Brewer, of this county.  April 8, 1871 (MU)

BRINKMAN, MARY - On the 5th of September, 1871, by Rev. J. G. Shaefer, at the residence of C. Brinkman, in Covington, Joseph W. Myers and Mary Brinkman, both of Covington, Ohio.  September 21, 1871 (SVG)

BRITTON, JAMES - At the residence of the bride's parents, in Dayton, O., by the Rev. J. B. Britton, a former Rector of Christ's Church, in that city, James Britton, of the firm of Adam Pritz & Co., to Miss Ada Brown, third daughter of Mr. Anthony Brown.  June 22, 1871 (SVG)

BROWN, ADA - At the residence of the bride's parents, in Dayton, O., by the Rev. J. B. Britton, a former Rector of Christ's Church, in that city, James Britton, of the firm of Adam Pritz & Co., to Miss Ada Brown, third daughter of Mr. Anthony Brown.  June 22, 1871 (SVG)

BUSH, SUSANNAH - On the 20th day of Aug. 1871, by R. H. Culbertson, J. P., Isaac Karns and Susannah Bush, both of Staunton township, Miami county, Ohio.  August 26, 1871 (MU)

BUTCHER, WILLIAM V. - On the 16th inst., at the parsonage of the George St. M. E. Church, by Rev. W. I. Fep, Mr. William V. Butcher and Miss Maggie Tarpeneid, all of Piqua.  March 23, 1871 (SVG)

BUTLER, FLORENCE - In Piqua, on Tuesday evening last, at the residence of the bride's mother, Charles Wells, Esq., of Cincinnati, to Miss Florence, daughter of the late John Butler, of the first named place.  Mr. Wells is one of the proprietors of the Cincinnati Type Foundry, and a first-rate clever fellow he is.  We know him "like a book" and know whereof we speak.  We had a pleasant call from him on Tuesday when he came down to make all things right with the Probate Judge, preliminary to the closing up of the business that brought him to Piqua.  We wish our Cincinnati friend and his Piqua bride, a long, happy, prosperous wedded life.  February 11, 1871 (MU)

CAMMERON, ANNA M. - On the 4th inst., by Robert H. Culbertson, J. P., Mr. Andrew Barnhart to Miss Anna M. Cammeron, both of Miami county.  June 10, 1871 (MU) Note: Court records has Cammeron, but MU says Cameron

CAMPBELL, JOHN - On the 14th inst., at the residence of John R. Coble, in Troy, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, John Campbell to Fannie Stamper, all of Miami county June 17, 1871 (MU)

CARSON, EDWIN - On the 19th inst., by C. D. Wright, J. P., at Troy, Ohio, Mr. Edwin Carson, of Piqua, Ohio to Miss Matilda Thompson, of Pleasant Hill, OhioApril 22, 1871 (MU)

CARSON, EDWIN - On the 19th inst., by C. D. Wright, J. P., at Troy, Ohio, Mr. Edwin Carson, of Piqua, Ohio, to Miss Matilda Thompson, of Pleasant Hill, Ohio.  April 27, 1871 (SVG)

CATTERLIN, MARY J. - At the house of Mr. Pearson, Covington, on the 27th of May, ult., by Rev. W. H. Moore, John R. Fahnestock to Miss Mary J. Catterlin, all of Miami County.  June 1, 1871 (SVG)

CHAFFEE, JENNIE - At the residence of the bride's sister, Thursday evening, April 6th, by Rev. A. E. Higgens, Mr. Henry Max and Miss Jennie Chaffee, all of this place.  March 13, 1871 (TCH)  

CLARK, HATTIE - On the 11 inst., by the Rev. H. Wren, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Andrew Strome, and Miss Hattie Clark, both of Miami Co.  May 20, 1871 (MU)

CLARK, T. F. - On March 30, 1871, at the residence of John Hart, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. T. F. Clark to Miss Lizzie C. Brenneman, all of Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

CLAWSON, COLUMBUS S. - On July 31 at the M. E. Parsonage, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. Columbus S. Clawson, of Greenville to Miss Louisa Fitzgerald, of Piqua.  August 5, 1871 (MU)

CLOUGH, PRESTON - On the 23d inst., by Elder P. Banta, Mr. Preston Clough, to Miss Rebecca Westfall, all of this county.  April 1, 1871 (MU)

COATE, THOMAS J. - On July 23d, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. P. Banta, Mr. Thomas J. Coate to Miss Amelia Stichter, all of Miami County.  July 29, 1871 (MU)

COATES, JENNIE - On the evening of November 28, 1871, at the residence of Mr. John M. Kerr, near Tippecanoe City, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Mark Knoop to Miss Jennie Coates.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

COFFINGER, WILLIAM H. - On November 18, 1871, by Rev. J. A. Bailey, at the Glick House, Sidney, Ohio, Mr. William H. Coffinger to Miss Mary J. Layton, both of Troy, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

COLEMAN, GEORGE E. - On November 9, 1871, by Rev. Daniel Tenney, at the house of the bride's father, Mr. George E. Coleman to Miss Carrie H. Gardner.  November 18, 1871 (MU)

COLLINS, EMMA - By Rev. G. C. Crum, at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, on Wednesday the 27th inst., Mr. William Koontz and Miss Emma Collins.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

COSLEY, ANNA M. - At the Mulberry street M. E. Church on Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. G. F. Moody, of Xenia, to Miss Anna M., daughter of Mr. D. Cosley of this town.  Our young friend Moody, who belongs to the Xenia "Press-gang"--being connected with the Gazette of that city--and his fair bride, have our most hearty and sincere wishes for a long life of peace, happiness and prosperity.  August 5, 1871 (MU)

COSLEY, CALLIE M. - On December 3d, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Lon. C. Houser to Callie M. Cosley, both of Troy, Ohio.  January 5, 1871 (TT)

COSLEY, CALLIE M. - On December 3d, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Lon. C. Houser and Callie M. Cosley, both of Troy.  January 7, 1871 (MU)

COSLEY, CALLIE M. - The Reverend gentlemen who handed in the following notice for publication, seemingly not having recognized the fact that we have entered upon a new year, dated it December instead of January. We re-publish it for the purpose of making the correction. On January 3d, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Lon. C. Houser and Callie M. Cosley, both of Troy.  January 14, 1871 (MU)

CRITTEN, LIZZIE - On November 8, 1871, by R. H. Culbertson, J. P., at the residence of Wm. Rowe, Francis M. Rowe and Lizzie Critten, all of Troy, Miami County, Ohio.  November 11, 1871 (MU)

CROUSE, JOHN - At Greenville, on the 29th ult., Mr. John Crouse, of Covington, to Miss Christiana Ganzle, of Greenville, Ind.   November 9, 1871 (SVG)

DARNES, CATHARINE - On Thursday evening, June 1, 1871, at the residence of the bride's parents, in Newberry Township, Miami County, O., by the Rev. Mr. McCaughey, Mr. Thomas L. Purdy, of Covington, to Miss Catharine, daughter of John L. Darnes, Esq. {With the above notice we received a basket most generously filled with a variety of excellent cake, which our editorial and typographical force accept from the fair bride, assuring the happy couple of our sincere prayers for their health and happiness during long years of marital experience.}  June 8, 1871 (SVG)

DEETER, SALOMA - On Sunday evening, October 27, Elder Samuel Murray, Mr. Job Ullery to Miss Saloma Deeter, all of Covington.  November 2, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records has Saloma, but SVG has Salome.

DEETRICK, WM. (WILLIAM) - On Thursday, November 16, 1871, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Wm. Deetrick to Miss Caroline Swindler, both of Bethel Township, Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

DERR, CHARLES F. - On the 26th of September, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Charles F. Derr to Miss Francis J. Frazee, both of Casstown, Miami county.  September 30, 1871 (MU)

DERR, PETER - On September 14, 1871, at Probate Judge's office in Troy, Ohio, by C. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Peter Derr of Darke Co., to Miss Susan Fulkreth of Miami County.  September 16, 1871 (MU)

DEVENAY, DAVID C. - On October 31, 1871, by Rev. Peter Banta, Mr. David C. Devenay, to Mrs. Mary Smalley, all of Miami County.  September 2, 1871 (MU) Note: Court Records shows Devenay, but MU has Devinny

DILLE, HARRY N. - At the residence of the bride's mother, on October 11, 1871, by Rev. Cary C. Crum, Mr. Harry N. Dille, of Richmond, Indiana, to Miss Lydia A. Anderson, of Miami County, Ohio.  October 14, 1871 (MU)

DIVELY, GEO. (GEORGE) B. - On Wednesday, January 4th, 1871, at the residence of Mr. Newton Stago, in Greenville, Ohio, by Rev. O. J. McConald, Miss Mollie Stago and Mr. Geo. B. Dively, both of Darke County.  January 12, 1871 (SVG)

DORMAN, WILLIAM - By Elder G. Griffith, at his residence, Oct. 26, 1871, Mr. William Dorman to Miss Sarah Bashore, all of Miami County.  November 9, 1871 (SVG)

DRISKILL, ISAM - On the evening of April 5th, 1871, at the Washington Hotel, Troy, Ohio, by C. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Isam Driskill, of Clinton county, to Miss Pheriby Brewer, of this county.  April 8, 1871 (MU)

DUNKLEBARGER, MATILDA E. - On the 5th inst., by Rev. T. S. Cowden, James C. Benson and Matilda E. Dunklebarger, all of Miami county. 
February 11, 1871 (MU)  Note: Court Records show Dunklebarger, MU has Dukelbarger

DUNN, MARGARET A. - On November 16, 1871, at the Christian Parsonage, by Rev. J. P. Watson, Mr. William P. Young to Miss Margaret A. Dunn, both of Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

ELLIOTT, LAWSON ALLEN - By A. L. McKinney, on the 27th of December 1871, at the Sugar Creek Chapel, Lawson Allen Elliott and Mary Jane Sears.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

ENGELBRECHT, WILLIAM - On November 21, 1871, at the house of the bride's father, in Darke County, Ohio, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. William Engelbrecht, of Logansport, Indiana, to Miss Louisa Sellmann, of Wakefield, Darke County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

ETTINGER, LYDIA D. - On Wednesday, Dec. 20th, at Dayton, O., by Rev. D. Winters, Benj. I. Pearson to Lydia D. Ettinger, both of Troy, Ohio.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

FAHNESTOCK, JOHN R. - At the house of Mr. Pearson, Covington, on the 27th of May, ult., by Rev. W. H. Moore, John R. Fahnestock to Miss Mary J. Catterlin, all of Miami County.  June 1, 1871 (SVG)

FAIR, MARY A. - On the 6th inst., by Robert H. Culbertson, J. P., Adam Studebaker, to Mary A. Fair, at my office in Troy.  June 10, 1871 (MU)

FAIR, TAYLOR - On the evening of the 9th of March, 1871, at the residence of Mr. Wm. Baer, by the Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Taylor Fair and Miss Olie M. Baer, both of Tippecanoe City, Ohio.  March 16, 1871 (TCH)

FALKNER, MAGGIE - On November 10, 1871, at the Turpen House, Greenville, Ohio, by H. K. McConnell, Dr. W. H. H. Minton to Miss Maggie Falkner, all of Laura, Ohio.  November 18, 1871 (MU)

FANNING, WILLIAM H. - At Yellow Springs, Ohio, on September 27, 1871, by Rev. F. M. Iams, Mr. William H. Fanning to Miss Addie E. Fisk.  September 30, 1871 (MU)

FEE, CAPTAIN F. W. - At the residence of Peter Sintz, on Feb. 9th, 1871, by the Rev. M. W. Hamma, Captain F. W. Fee and Miss Kate Shellabarger, the former of Cincinnati and the latter of Clarke County, Ohio.  February 16, 1871 (SVG)

FESSLER, MARY - On the 26th of October, by the Rev. J. G. Schaefer, Mr. George Snow to Mary Fessler, both of Shelby County, Ohio.  November 30, 1871 (SVG)  Note: Court Records show Mary Fessler, but SVG has Fisler

FINFROCK, ISAIAH A. - By Rev. J. G. Schaefer, on the 5th of November, Isaiah A. Finfrock with Harriet Routson, both of Shelby County, Ohio.  November 30, 1871 (SVG)

FISHER, FRANK - On New Year's Day, 1871, by Rev. Samuel Mohler, Mr. Frank Fisher to Miss Emeline, daughter of Henry Knee, Esq., of Covington, Ohio. Frank is an expert fisher, for though angling in water but Knee-deep, he caught a good wife.  January 5, 1871 (SVG)  Note: Court Records show Frank, but SVG has Franklin.

FISK, ADDIE E. - At Yellow Springs, Ohio, on September 27, 1871, by Rev. F. M. Iams, Mr. William H. Fanning to Miss Addie E. Fisk.  September 30, 1871 (MU)

FITZGERALD, LOUISA - On July 31 at the M. E. Parsonage, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. Columbus S. Clawson, of Greenville to Miss Louisa Fitzgerald, of Piqua.  August 5, 1871 (MU)

FOCKLER, SANFORD S. - On the 1st inst., by C. D. Wright, J. P., in Troy, Ohio, Mr. Sanford S. Fockler, to Miss Rebecca J. Sipe.  May 6, 1871 (MU)

FRANK, LIZZIE - In this town, on Tuesday, September 27th, Mr. Frederick Smith to Lizzie, youngest daughter of Mr. S. Frank.  All of Troy.  September 30, 1871 (MU)

FRAZEE, FRANCIS J. - On the 26th of September, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Charles F. Derr to Miss Francis J. Frazee, both of Casstown, Miami county.  September 30, 1871 (MU)  Note: Court Records show Francis J., but MU has Frances

FULKRETH, SUSAN - On September 14, 1871, at Probate Judge's office in Troy, Ohio, by C. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Peter Derr of Darke Co., to Miss Susan Fulkreth of Miami County.  September 16, 1871 (MU)

FULLER, MAGGIE - On the second inst., by Rev. T. E. Fidler, Samuel Thatcher, and Maggie Fuller, of Miami county.  April 8, 1871 (MU)

GANZLE, CHRISTIANA - At Greenville, on the 29th ult., Mr. John Crouse, of Covington, to Miss Christiana Ganzle, of Greenville, Ind.  November 9, 1871 (SVG)

GARDNER, CARRIE H. - On November 9, 1871, by Rev. Daniel Tenney, at the house of the bride's father, Mr. George E. Coleman to Miss Carrie H. Gardner.  November 18, 1871 (MU)

GENSLE, PETER - On the 21st inst., by the Rev. George Shaeffer, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Peter Gensle and Miss Margaret Wagner, all of this place.  February 23, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records show Gensle, but SVG has Gansley

GOTSHALL, ALICE - On Thursday, November 16, 1871, at the home of the bride, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Walter Jacobs to Miss Alice Gotshall, both of West Charleston, Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

GOTT, ANNA - On Thursday, June 22nd, by Elder A. L. McKinney, Mr. John O. Sutton to Miss Anna Gott, all of this county.  July 1, 1871 (MU) 

GRAFF, ANTON - On Thursday, June 8, 1871, at the parsonage of the German Lutheran Church, in Piqua, O., by the Rev. Otto Albert, Mr. Anton Graff, and Miss Louisa Schoepps, all of Miami County.  June 15, 1871 (SVG)

GREEN, GEO. (GEORGE) - On the 29th ult., at the residence of C. T. Baer, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Geo. Green, and Harriet E. Baer, all of Troy, O.  February 4, 1871 (MU)

GREEN, GEO. (GEORGE) - On the 29th ult., at the residence of C. T. Baer, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Geo. Green, and Harriet E. Baer, all of Troy, O.  February 9, 1871 (TCH)

GREEN, MAGGIE C. - At the "Covington House," on Tuesday evening, Oct. 10, by the Rev. Wm. Jay, Mr. William H. Merriam, of Dayton, to Miss Maggie C., daughter of H. C. Green, Esq., of West Milton, Ohio. {"Mine Host," Williams, provides well for his country friends, venturing upon the sea of matrimony, and Mr. Jay "ties the knot" securely.--May the fair bride and happy bridegroom "live long and prosper!"}  October 12, 1871 (SVG)

GREEN, WM. (WILLIAM) W. - On the 15th inst., by Robert H. Culbertson, J. P., Wm. W. Green to Miss Phebe Neaves, all of Miami county.  June 17, 1871 (MU)

GREENLEE, JANE - At James Johnson's, September 19, 1871, by Elder R. Brandon, Mr. Thos. Long, of Miami County, O., to Miss Jane Greenlee, of Iowa.  November 2, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records show Greenlee, but SVG has Greenly.

GROSS, CLARA B. - On Thursday evening, June 22, by the Rev. Mr. Hopkins, W. A. Kendall, to Miss Clara B., oldest daughter of Charles Gross, of Covington. The happy couple were not unmindful of the printers. Those who in the midst of matrimonial joys, think of the comforts and pleasures of the hard-working typo, are eminently unselfish, and will doubtless secure Heaven's choicest blessings.  June 29, 1871 (SVG)

GROSVENOR, CHAUNCEY F. ESQ. - On the 4th inst., by Rev. W. W. Ramsey, at the residence of Justin Robbins, Esq., in Dayton, Chauncey F. Grosvenor, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the court of this county, to Miss Florence M., eldest daughter of Mr. W. B. Locke, of this town.  Mr. G. and his amiable, intelligent and excellent young wife have our best wishes for a long and happy life together.  May 13, 1871 (MU)

HANCE, WILLIAM C. - On the 26th inst., by Rev. J. W. Miller, at the residence of Mrs. Goodin, Mr. William C. Hance and Miss Jane W. Vermilian, both of Miami Co., Ohio.  March 30, 1871 (TCH)

HARTER, ISABELLA - On the 11th inst., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Charles C. Royce, of Washington City, D. C., to Miss Isabella Harter of Miami county, Ohio.  October 21, 1871 (MU)

HARTER, MARY - By Rev. J. Hinderer, on Thursday last, Mr. Henry Reimer to Miss Mary Harter.  December 23, 1871 (MU)

HARTLE, MARY A. - At the parsonage, in this place, on Thursday, the 28th of September, by Rev. W. H. Moore, Mr. Calvin W. Teague and Miss Mary A. Hartle, of this county.  October 5, 1871 (SVG)

HARTMAN, SUSANNAH - On November 16, 1871, at the residence of John McKnight, Esq., Troy, O., by J. P. Watson, Pastor of the Christian Church, Mr. Berryman G. Hawkins, of Germantown, to Mrs. Susannah Hartman, of Lostcreek Township, Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

HATHAWAY, ELIAS - On the 16th inst., by Rev. W. I. Fep, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Elias Hathawy and Miss Sallie F. Anderson, all of this vicinity.  March 23, 1871 (SVG)

HAWKINS, BERRYMAN G. - On November 16, 1871, at the residence of John McKnight, Esq., Troy, O., by J. P. Watson, Pastor of the Christian Church, Mr. Berryman G. Hawkins, of Germantown, to Mrs. Susannah Hartman, of Lostcreek Township, Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

HAWLEY, KATE - At the Congregational Church, Baltimore, Md., on the 13th inst., James Platt, of the well-known house of Platt & Co., to Miss Kate, daughter of Martin Hawley, Esq., all of Baltimore.

"Marriage, when rightly understood,
Gives to the tender and the good,
A paradise below."  June 29, 1871 (SVG)

HAWVER, SAMUEL C. - On the 11 inst., by the Rev. H. Wren, at the residence of the bride's father, near Tippecanoe, Mr. Samuel C. Hawver, and Miss Elizabeth A. Uptegraft, both of Miami Co.  May 20, 1871 (MU)

HEIKES, CHARLES B. - On the evening of November 28, 1871, at the residence of Mr. John M. Kerr, near Tippecanoe City, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Charles B. Heikes, to Miss Emma Boyer, all of Miami County, O.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

HEIM, MRS. CATHARINE - On February 2, at Miamisburg, Ohio, by Rev. J. P. Shultz, Mr. Edward Skinner and Mrs. Catharine Heim, both of Troy, Ohio.  February 4, 1871 (MU)  Note: Court Records show Heim, Catharine, MU has Heims, Catherine

HELVIE, CHARLOTTE - On the 25th of December, 1870, by Rev. T. E. Fiddler, Mr. Anthony Bishop and Miss Charlotte Helvie.  January 21, 1871 (MU)

HORTON, WILLIAM H. ESQ. - At the residence of Mrs. Kearns on Market street, Troy, on the evening of December 14th, 1871, by J. P. Watson, Pastor of the Christian Church, William H. Horton, Esq., and Miss Francis Miller, both of Concord township.  December 16, 1871 (MU)

HOUSER, LON. C. - On December 3d, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Lon. C. Houser to Callie M. Cosley, both of Troy, Ohio.  January 5, 1871 (TT)

HOUSER, LON. C. - On December 3d, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Lon. C. Houser and Callie M. Cosley, both of Troy.  January 7, 1871 (MU)

HOUSER, LON. C. - The Reverend gentlemen who handed in the following notice for publication, seemingly not having recognized the fact that we have entered upon a new year, dated it December instead of January. We re-publish it for the purpose of making the correction.  On January 3, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Lon. C. Houser and Callie M. Cosley, both of TroyJanuary 14, 1871 (MU)

HOUSER, MELISSA B. - At the residence of the bride's parents, in Troy, O., on the 16th inst., by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Charles L. Westhoven, of Covington, to Miss Malissa  B. Houser.  May 18, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records show Melissa, but SVG has Lissie B.

HOUSER, MELISSA B. - On the 16th last., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of the bride's father, Charles L. Westhoven, of Covington, Ohio, to Melissa B. Houser, of Troy, Ohio.  May 20, 1871 (MU)  Note: Court Records show Melissa B., but MU has Lizzie.

HOWETT, JONATHAN - At the residence of the bride's parents, February 2d, 1871, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Jonathan Howett and Miss Laura C. Bragford, both of Miami County, O.  February 9, 1871 (TCH)

HOWETT, JONATHAN - On the 2nd inst., by Rev. J. J. Welch, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Jonathan Howett, and Miss Laura C. Bragford, both of Miami county, Ohio.  February 11, 1871 (MU)

HULL, CHARLES A. - On Thursday evening, March 30th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Richard Brandon, of Covington, Mr. Charles A. Hull, of Henry, Ill., to Miss Anna B. Thompson, of Covington, Ohio.  April 27, 1871 (SVG)

JACOBS, LEWIS W.On Dec. 22, 1870, by the Rev. H. Wren, at the residence of the bride's father, near Tippecanoe, Mr. Lewis W. Jacobs, and Miss Clara Uptigraft, both of Miami Co.  May 20, 1871 (MU)

JACOBS, WALTER - On Thursday, November 16, 1871, at the home of the bride, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Walter Jacobs to Miss Alice Gotshall, both of West Charleston, Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

JOHNSTON, LIDA - Letter from Piqua - A brilliant wedding was consummated at the St. James (Episcopal) Church on the 11th, the principals being Mr. Philip Kingsland, of St. Louis and Miss Lida Johnston, of this city. The wedding trousseau was gotten up regardless of expense, and the nuptials were witnessed by a dense throng of the curious ones, invited and otherwise.  The groom is said to be the possessor of a super-abundance of "ducati".  April 20, 1871 (TCH) 

KARNS, ISAAC - On the 20th day of Aug., 1871, by R. H. Culbertson, J. P., Isaac Karns and Susannah Bush, both of Staunton township, Miami county, Ohio August 26, 1871 (MU)  Note: Court Records show Isaac Karns, but MU has Isaac Kerns

KENDALL, WILLIAM A. - On Thursday evening, June 22, by the Rev. Mr. Hopkins, W. A. Kendall, to Miss Clara B., oldest daughter of Charles Gross, of Covington. The happy couple were not unmindful of the printers. Those who in the midst of matrimonial joys, think of the comforts and pleasures of the hard-working typo, are eminently unselfish, and will doubtless secure Heaven's choicest blessings.  June 29, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court records show William A. Kendall, but SVG has N. W. Kendall

KENT, FREDERICK L. - At the M. E. Church Parsonage on Friday afternoon, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. Frederick L. Kent, and Mary E. Terbyfill.  August 5, 1871 (MU)

KESTER, JOHN - On Sunday, the 30th of April, at the residence of the bride's parents, by E. T. Shields, J. P., Mr. John Kester and Miss Barbara Kreiner, all of this place.  May 4, 1871 (TCH)

KETTELHAKE, FREDERICK - On the 21st of September, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Frederick Kettelhake to Miss Charlotte Knoche, both of Tippecanoe, Miami county, Ohio.  September 30, 1871 (MU)

KINGSLAND, PHILIP - Letter from Piqua - A brilliant wedding was consummated at the St. James (Episcopal) Church on the 11th, the principals being Mr. Philip Kingsland, of St. Louis and Miss Lida Johnston, of this city.  The wedding trousseau was gotten up regardless of expense, and the nuptials were witnessed by a derise throng of the curious ones, invited and otherwise.  The groom is said to be the possessor of a super-abundance of "ducati".  April 20, 1871 (TCH)

KNECHT, CHRISTINA - On October 5, 1871, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Charles Koetitz, of Tippecanoe, to Miss Christina Knecht, of Dayton.  October 7, 1871 (MU) Note: Court Records show Christina Knecht, MU has no first name.

KNEE, EMELINE - On New Year's Day, 1871, by Rev. Samuel Mohler, Mr. Frank Fisher to Miss Emeline, daughter of Henry Knee, Esq., of Covington, Ohio. Frank is an expert fisher, for though angling in water but Knee-deep, he caught a good wife.  January 5, 1871 (SVG)

KNOCHE, CHARLOTTE - On the 21st of September, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Frederick Kettelhake to Miss Charlotte Knoche, both of Tippecanoe, Miami county, Ohio.  September 30, 1871 (MU)

KNOOP, DAVID B. - On the 20th of December 1871, at the residence of Daniel H. Knoop, near Casstown, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. David B. Knoop and Miss Emma J. Smith.  December 23, 1871 (MU)

KNOOP, MARK - On the evening of November 28, 1871, at the residence of Mr. John M. Kerr, near Tippecanoe City, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Mark Knoop to Miss Jennie Coates.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

KOETITZ, CHARLES - On October 5, 1871, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Charles Koetitz, of Tippecanoe, to Miss Christina Knecht, of Dayton.  October 7, 1871 (MU)

KOONTZ. WILLIAM - By Rev. G. C. Crum, at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, on Wednesday the 27th inst., Mr. William Koontz and Miss Emma Collins.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

KREINER, BARBARA - On Sunday, the 30th of April, at the residence of the bride's parents, by E. T. Shields, J. P., Mr. John Kester and Miss Barbara Kreiner, all of this place.  May 4, 1871 (TCH)

LAYTON, MARY J. - On November 18, 1871, by Rev. J. A. Bailey, at the Glick House, Sidney, Ohio, Mr. William H. Coffinger to Miss Mary J. Layton, both of Troy, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

LEAPLEY, ELIZABETH - By Rev. A. L. McKinney, at the residence of Chas. Eidemiller, Mr. Samuel McDowell to Miss Elizabeth Leapley, both of Miami county.  January 21, 1871 (MU)

LEAVELL, SALLIE E. - On the 19th of Dec., 1871, at the residence of Jacob Knoop, by A. L. McKinney, L. Harry Bates of Xenia, O., and Sallie E. Leavell of this county.  December 30, 1871 (MU)  Note: Court Records show Leavell, but MU has Leavelle

LEE, MARY E. - On the 21st inst., at the residence of Abraham Denman, near Fletcher, by Rev. D. A. Tawney, Mr. George L. Smith and Miss Mary E. Lee.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

LEHMAN, SUSANNAH M. - On Easter Sunday, at the residence of the bride's parents, (Ezra Markers), by the Rev. J. G. Schaefer, Mr. John Nickol, of Versailles, with Susannah M. Lehman, both of Wayne Township, Darke County.  April 27, 1871 (SVG)

LEPHART, JOSIAH - On the 17th of September, at the residence of Conrad Krigbaum, on Panther Creek, Mr. Josiah Lephart with Miss Mary Smith, both of Darke County, O.  September 21, 1871 (SVG)

LOCKE, FLORENCE M. - On the 4th inst., by Rev. W. W. Ramsey, at the residence of Justin Robbins, Esq., in Dayton, C. F. Grosvenor, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the court of this county, to Miss Florence M., eldest daughter of Mr. W. B. Locke, of this town.  Mr. G. and his amiable, intelligent and excellent young wife have our best wishes for a long and happy life together.  May 13, 1871 (MU)

LONG, THOS. (THOMAS) - At James Johnson's, September 19, 1871, by Elder R. Brandon, Mr. Thos. Long, of Miami County, O., to Miss Jane Greenlee, of Iowa.  November 2, 1871 (SVG)  

LOVELOCK, MARY L. - On the 9th of August, in the Parsonage of Mulberry Street M. E. Church, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, John M. Martin of Troy, and Mary L. Lovelock of Tippecanoe.  August 19, 1871 (MU)

MACKEY, WILLIAM J. - On Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1870, at the residence of the bride's parents, near Rochester, Indiana, by the Rev. W. W. Patterson, Miss Jennie L. Sinks and Mr. William J. Mackey, both of Fulton County.  January 12, 1871 (SVG)

MACY, E. O. - At Center Meeting House Miami County, by Friend's ceremony, on the 18th inst., E. O. Macy, of Pleasant Plain, Jefferson County, Iowa, and Anna J. Pearson, of the first named place.  August 26, 1871 (MU)

MARTIN, JOHN M. - On the 9th of August, in the Parsonage of Mulberry Street M. E. Church, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, John M. Martin of Troy, and Mary L. Lovelock of Tippecanoe.  August 19, 1871 (MU)

MAX, HENRY - At the residence of the bride's sister, Thursday evening, April 6th, by Rev. A. E. Higgens, Mr. Henry Max and Miss Jennie Chaffee, all of this place.  March 13, 1871 (TCH)  

McCURDY, MARTHA - By A. L. McKinney, Mr. Jacob B. Miller, to Miss Martha McCurdy, both of Miami county.  March 25, 1871 (MU)

McDONALD, HENRY - On the 22nd ult., at the Mulberry Street M. E. Church in Troy, by T. S. Cowden, Henry McDonald and Sarah Whitmore.  February 4, 1871 (MU)

McDONALD, JOHN F. - On Thursday evening last by Rev. A. D. Raleigh, Mr. John F. McDonald to Mrs. Nancy Pettit, all of Troy.  The editor of the Union was duly remembered by the parties, for which they will please accept his best wishes for their future.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

McDOWELL, SAMUEL - By Rev. A. L. McKinney, at the residence of Chas. Eidemiller, Mr. Samuel McDowell to Miss Elizabeth Leapley, both of Miami county.  January 21, 1871 (MU) 

McFARLAND, ELLA D. - October 2d, at Portsmouth, Ohio, by the Rev. Dr. Burr, Mr. Wm. H. Bonsall and Miss Ella D. McFarland, daughter of A. McFarland, Esq., editor of the Portsmouth Tribune. The above lines record names endeared to us by a thousand tender ties--sentimental, religious and social. We would fain accompany them with an epithalamium worthy of the charming bride, (a daughter of a long-tried and dear friend)--but we can only add, in plain prose, may the earnest blessings of the good Doctor, on inducting you into the "holy estate," be perpetuated by High Heaven; and--

When e'en the perennial flowers shall wither,
  And leave but their perfume to halo the day,
The memory of just ones, ascended up thither,
  Shall bless the departed who hither may stray.  October 19, 1871 (SVG)

McGALLIARD, FRANCIS R. - On June 25th, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, at the parsonage of the Mulberry street M. E. Church, Francis R. McGalliard and Martha A. Rhynard, all of Miami county.  July 1, 1871 (MU) 

McILVANE, MOSES - On the 5th inst., by the Rev. H. Wren, at the bride's residence near Brandt, Miami county, Ohio, Moses McIlvane and Mary Uptegraft, both of Miami county.  April 15, 1871 (MU)

McINROW, MARY - A late Atchison, Kansas paper has the following which we copy for the information of parties here: "Better late than never," and hence we note the marriage of John F. Somerville to Miss Mary McInrow, of Atchison.  The interesting ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Hanna.  The happy couple have our congratulations.  December 9, 1871 (MU)  

McKINLEY, SARAH - At the Murray House, Springfield, January 22d, 1871, by Rev. M. W. Hamma, Mr. Henry Strome to Miss Sarah McKinley, the former of Clarke and the latter from Miami, Co., Ohio.  February 2, 1871 (TCH)

McKINLEY, WM. (WILLIAM) H. H. - On November 15, 1871, by Cal. D. Wright, J. P., Mr. Wm. H. H. McKinley to Miss Sarah C. Bowers, all of Miami County, Ohio.  November 18, 1871 (MU)

McMANUS, SUSIE A. - On November 7, 1871, by R. H. Culbertson, J. P., Joseph Wright and Susie A. McManus.  November 11, 1871 (MU)

McMASTER, JAMES - By Rev. J. P. Watson, at the Christian Parsonage, Market St., Troy, O., Dec. 20, 1871, Mr. James McMaster of Staunton, and Miss Elizabeth C. Baer of Troy.  December 23, 1871 (MU)

McNEAL, DR. F. B. - On January 12th, at the residence of Robert Stafford, by the Rev. T. B. Fiddler, Dr. F. B. McNeal and Miss Martha J. Stafford.  January 21, 1871 (MU)

MEDFORD, MYRON - At the residence of the bride's parents, in Granville Township, Mercer County, on Tuesday, October 10, by the Rev. Mr. ----, of the Versailles circuit, Mr. Myron Medford, to Miss Elizabeth W., daughter of Wm. Oaks, Esq, formerly of Covington.  October 19, 1871 (SVG)

MERRIAM, WILLIAM H. - At the "Covington House," on Tuesday evening, Oct. 10, by the Rev. Wm. Jay, Mr. William H. Merriam, of Dayton, to Miss Maggie C., daughter of H. C. Green, Esq., of West Milton, Ohio. {Mine Host," Williams, provides well for his country friends, venturing upon the sea of matrimony, and Mr. Jay "ties the knot" securely.--May the fair bride and happy bridegroom "live long and prosper!"}   October 12, 1871 (SVG)

MILLER, FRANCIS - At the residence of Mrs. Kearns on Market street, Troy, on the evening of December 14th, 1871, by J. P. Watson, Pastor of the Christian Church, William H. Horton, Esq., and Miss Francis Miller, both of Concord township.  December 16, 1871 (MU) Note: Court Records show Francis, but MU has Fannie

 MILLER, JACOB B. - By A. L. McKinney, Mr. Jacob B. Miller, to Miss Martha McCurdy, both of Miami county.  March 25, 1871 (MU)

MINTON, DR. W. H. H. - On November 10, 1871, at the Turpen House, Greenville, Ohio, by H. K. McConnell, Dr. W. H. H. Minton to Miss Maggie Falkner, all of Laura, Ohio.  November 18, 1871 (MU)

MIRES, MARY JANE - On July 11th, by the Rev. J. M. Ford, pastor of the North street M. E. Church, at Danville, Ill., at the residence of the bride's father, J. W. Mires, sheriff of Vermillion county, W. H. Orbison, of Indianapolis, Ind., formerly of Troy, Ohio, to Mary Jane Mires.  July 15, 1871 (MU)

MITCHELL, MAGGIE - On the 22nd ult., at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. T. E. Fidler, Mr. W. S. Black, and Miss Maggie Mitchell, both of Miami county.  February 11, 1871 (MU)

MOIST, SARAH J. - On the 18th of May, inst., by Rev. Mr. Studebaker, John Bashore to Sarah J. Moist.  May 25, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records show Sarah J., but SVG has Jane

MOODY, GEORGE F. - At the Mulberry street M. E. Church on Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. George F. Moody, of Xenia, to Miss Anna M., daughter of Mr. D. Cosley of this town.  Our young friend Moody, who belongs to the Xenia "Press-gang"--being connected with the Gazette of that city--and his fair bride, have our most hearty and sincere wishes for a long life of peace, happiness and prosperity.  August 5, 1871 (MU) 

MOORE, KATE - By Rev. J. T. Franklin, at Christ Church, on Tuesday morning, October 21, 1871, at 8 1/2 o'clock, Mr. James W. Newman, Editor of the Portsmouth Times, and Miss Kate Moore, daughter of Col. O. F. Moore of that city.  November 2, 1871 (SVG)

MORRISON, MRS. AMELIA - January 29th, 1871, by Rev. J. J. Welch, at the residence of the bride, Mr. John R. Breeze and Mrs. Amelia Morrison, both of Tippecanoe City, Miami County, Ohio.  February 2, 1871 (TCH) 

MORRISON, MRS. AMELIA - On the 29th ult., by Rev. J. J. Welch, at the residence of the bride, Mr. John R. Breeze, and Mrs. Amelia Morrison, both of Tippecanoe City, Miami county, Ohio.  February 11, 1871 (MU)

MYERS, JOSEPH W. - On the 5th of September, 1871, by Rev. J. G. Shaefer, at the residence of C. Brinkman, in Covington, Joseph W. Myers and Mary Brinkman, both of Covington, Ohio.  September 21, 1871 (SVG)  Note: Court Records show Myers, but SVG has Meyers

NEAL, MRS. MARY - At Tippecanoe City, Ohio, on Saturday evening, March 11th, 1871, by E. T. Shields, J. P., Mr. Thomas Smith and Mrs. Mary Neal, both of Monroe Township, Miami County, Ohio.  March 16, 1871 (TCH) 

NEAVES, PHEBE - On the 15th inst., by Robert H. Culbertson, J. P., Wm. W. Green to Miss Phebe Neaves, all of Miami county.  June 17, 1871 (MU)

NETH, CONRAD - Sunday morning, 25th, 1871, Rev. Richard Brandon, Conrad Neth, to Miss Rachel Thompson, oldest daughter of Stephen Thompson, Esq., of Covington.

To You Both

Long looked for in the distant way,
She hope that Con. would come again;
But when he came with smile and bow,
She only blushed and stammered "haow".

Dear love, it ne'er begins and never ends;
Naught can the golden light and birdson savor.
Dear love, it ne'er begins and never ends;
We e'er have loved, and we shall love forever. Byron.  June 29, 1871 (SVG)

NETH, CONRAD - On Sunday morning, 25th of June, 1871, at the house of the bride's father, by Elder Richard Brandon, Conrad Neth to Miss Rachel, daughter of Stephen Thompson, Esq., all of Covington, Miami County, Ohio.  July 6, 1871 (SVG)

NEWMAN, JAMES W. - By Rev. J. T. Franklin, at Christ Church, on Tuesday morning, October 21, 1871, at 8 1/2 o'clock, Mr. James W. Newman, Editor of the Portsmouth Times, and Miss Kate Moore, daughter of Col. O. F. Moore of that city.  November 2, 1871 (SVG)

NICKOL, JOHN - On Easter Sunday, at the residence of the bride's parents, (Ezra Markers), by the Rev. J. G. Schaefer, Mr. John Nickol, of Versailles, with Susannah M. Lehman, both of Wayne Township, Darke County.  April 27, 1871 (SVG)

OAKS, ELIZABETH W. - At the residence of the bride's parents, in Granville Township, Mercer County, on Tuesday, October 10, by the Rev. Mr. -----, of the Versailles circuit, Mr. Myron Medford, to Miss Elizabeth W., daughter of Wm. Oaks, Esq., formerly of Covington.  October 19, 1871 (SVG)

ORBISON, W. H. - On July 11th, by the Rev. J. M. Ford, pastor of the North street M. E. Church, at Danville, Ill., at the residence of the bride's father, J. W. Mires, sheriff of Vermillion county, W. H. Orbison, of Indianapolis, Ind., formerly of Troy, Ohio, to Mary Jane Mires.  July 15, 1871 (MU)

PATTERSON, FLORA E. - At the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. John H. Brown, Mr. Uriah J. Stewart of Peoria County, Ill., and Miss Flora E. Patterson, of Miami County, Ohio.  March 23, 1871 (SVG)

PEARSON, ANNA J. - At Center Meeting House Miami County, by Friend's ceremony, on the 18th inst., E. O. Macy, of Pleasant Plain, Jefferson County, Iowa, and Anna J. Pearson, of the first named place.  August 26, 1871 (MU)

PEARSON, BENJ. (BENJAMIN) I. - On Wednesday, Dec. 20th, at Dayton, O., by Rev. D. Winters, Benj. I. Pearson to Lydia D. Ettinger, both of Troy, Ohio.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

PEARSON, JOSEPH - On Thursday, January 12th, 1871, by Rev. D. Lobou, at the residence of the bride, Mr. Joseph Pearson and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Wilson, all of Miami County.  January 19, 1871 (TCH)

PETTIT, MRS. NANCY - On Thursday evening last by Rev. A. D. Raleigh, Mr. J. F. McDonald to Mrs. Nancy Pettit, all of Troy.  The editor of the Union was duly remembered by the parties, for which they will please accept his best wishes for their future.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

PICKLE, HIRAM - On Wednesday evening, April 12th, at the residence of Geo. Nash, by Rev. A. E. Higgens, Mr. Hiram Pickle and Miss Martha L. Snavely, all of this place.  No cards.  April 20, 1871 (TCH) 

PLATT, JAMES - At the Congregational Church, Baltimore, Md., on the 13th inst., James Platt, of the well-known house of Platt & Co., to Miss Kate, daughter of Martin Hawley, Esq., all of Baltimore.

"Marriage, when rightly understood,
Gives to the tender and the good,

A paradise below." 
 June 29, 1871 (SVG)

PORTER, JENNIE - On the 5th day of October 1871, by Robert H. Culbertson, Esq., John Sullivan to Jennie Porter, both of this county.  October 7, 1871 (MU)

PRIEST, SALLIE E. - By Rev. A. D. Raleigh, at the parsonage of the Franklin St. M. E. Church, Troy, on Thursday evening, Dec. 7th, Mr. William H. Armstrong, to Miss Sallie E. Priest, both of this county.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

PURDY, THOMAS L. - On Thursday evening, June 1, 1871, at the residence of the bride's parents, in Newberry Township, Miami County, O., by the Rev. Mr. McCaughey, Mr. Thomas L. Purdy, of Covington, to Miss Catharine, daughter of John L. Darnes, Esq. {With the above notice we received a basket most generously filled with a variety of excellent cake, which our editorial and typographical force accept from the fair bride, assuring the happy couple of our sincere prayers for their health and happiness during long years of marital experience.}  June 8, 1871 (SVG)

PUTERBAUGH, HANNAH - On the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's mother, in West Charleston, Miami county, Ohio, by the Rev. H. Wren, Mr. Lewis W. Agenbroad, to Miss Hannah Puterbaugh.  March 25, 1871 (MU)

RAVENSCRAFT, ALICE D. - On April 27, by D. Stillwell, Esq., at his residence, Mr. Harrison Blevins, to Miss Alice D. Ravenscraft, all of this county.  May 6, 1871 (MU)

REIMER, HENRY - By Rev. J. Hinderer, on Thursday last, Mr. Henry Reimer to Miss Mary Harter.  December 23, 1871 (MU)

RHYNARD, MARTHA A. - On June 25th, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, at the parsonage of the Mulberry street M. E. Church, Francis R. McGalliard and Martha A. Rhynard, all of Miami county.  July 1, 1871 (MU)

ROBISON, WILLIAM C. - On Tuesday evening, 26th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents in Piqua, by Rev. W. I. Fee, Mr. William C. Robison, of Washington City, and Miss Mary Elizabeth Bains, daughter of John Bains, Esq.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

ROGERS, HENRY A. - On Tuesday evening last, by Rev. S. Talbot, at the residence of the bride's parents, in Troy, Mr. Henry A. Rogers, of Granville, Ohio, to Miss Flora J., only daughter of Smith Talbot, Esq., Clerk of the Miami County Court of Common Pleas.  August 19, 1871 (MU)

ROUTSON, ALBERT M. - On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. G. Shaefer, at the residence of J. G. Shaefer, Albert M. Routson, of Miami County, with Maria D. Apple, of Darke CountySeptember 21, 1871 (SVG)

ROUTSON, HARRIET - By Rev. J. G. Schaefer, on the 5th of November, Isaiah A. Finfrock with Harriet Routson, both of Shelby County, Ohio.  November 30, 1871 (SVG)

ROWE, FRANCIS M. - On November 8, 1871, by R. H. Culbertson, J. P., at the residence of Wm. Rowe, Francis M. Rowe and Lizzie Critten, all of Troy, Miami County, Ohio.  November 11, 1871 (MU)

ROYCE, CHARLES C. - On the 11th inst., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Charles C. Royce, of Washington City, D. C., to Miss Isabella Harter of Miami county, Ohio.  October 21, 1871 (MU)

SCHOEPPS, LOUISA - On Thursday, June 8, 1871, at the parsonage of the German Lutheran Church, in Piqua, O., by the Rev. Otto Albert, Mr. Anton Graff, and Miss Louisa Schoepps, all of Miami County.  June 15, 1871 (SVG)

SCHOFNER, LENA - On the evening of July 22d, by Daniel Stilwell, J. P., Mr. Jacob Botzenhast, to Miss Lena Schofner, all of Miami County.  July 29, 1871 (MU)

SEARS, MARY JANE - By A. L. McKinney, on the 27th of December 1871, at the Sugar Creek Chapel, Lawson Allen Elliott and Mary Jane Sears.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

SELLMANN, LOUISA - On November 21, 1871, at the house of the bride's father, in Darke County, Ohio, by Rev. J. Hinderer, Mr. William Engelbrecht, of Logansport, Indiana, to Miss Louisa Sellmann, of Wakefield, Darke County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

SHAFER, JOHN - On the 14th inst., by Rev J. G. Shaefer, Mr. John Shafer and Catharine Bower, both of Covington. {Our friend Mr. Shafer is doing a good business in the splicing line, and, we doubt not, there are others dallying on the shores of connubiality, of whom it might be said"

-------" twere well,
An't were done quickly."
If any authorized marrying-man can produce a longer list let him now declare it. E
d.)  September 21, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records show Shafer, but SVG has Schaefer

SHELLABARGER, KATE - At the residence of Peter Sintz, on Feb. 9th, 1871, by the Rev. M. W. Hamma, Captain F. W. Fee and Miss Kate Shellabarger, the former of Cincinnati and the latter of Clarke County, Ohio.  February 16, 1871 (SVG)

SHOOK, SAMUEL - On Thursday the 28th inst., at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, by Rev. G. C. Crum, Mr. Samuel Shook and Christa Ann Snyder.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

SILER, WILLIAM T. - By Rev. J. P. Watson, at the Christian Parsonage, Troy, O., Dec. 7, 1871, William T. Siler and Miss Sarah J. Young, both of Concord Tp.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

SINKS, JENNIE L. - On Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1870, at the residence of the bride's parents, near Rochester, Indiana, by the Rev. W. W. Patterson, Miss Jennie L. Sinks and Mr. William J. Mackey, both of Fulton County.  January 12, 1871 (SVG)

SIPE, REBECCA J. - On the 1st inst., by C. D. Wright, J. P., in Troy, Ohio, Mr. Sanford S. Fockler, to Miss Rebecca J. Sipe.  May 6, 1871 (MU)

SKINNER, EDWARD - On February 2, at Miamisburg, Ohio, by Rev. J. P. Shultz, Mr. Edward Skinner and Mrs. Catharine Heim, both of Troy, Ohio.  February 4, 1871 (MU)

SMALLEY, MRS. MARY - On October 31, 1871, by Rev. Peter Banta, Mr. David C. Devenay, to Mrs. Mary Smalley, all of Miami County.  September 2, 1871 (MU)

SMITH, EMMA J. - On the 20th of December 1871, at the residence of Daniel H. Knoop, near Casstown, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. David B. Knoop and Miss Emma J. Smith.  December 23, 1871 (MU)

SMITH, FREDERICK - In this town, on Tuesday, September 27th, Mr. Frederick Smith to Lizzie, youngest daughter of Mr. S. Frank.  All of Troy.  September 30, 1871 (MU)  Note: Court Records show Smith, Frederick, but MU has Schmidt, Fritz

SMITH, GEORGE L. - On the 21st inst., at the residence of Abraham Denman, near Fletcher, by Rev. D. A. Tawney, Mr. George L. Smith and Miss Mary E. Lee.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

SMITH, MARY - On the 17th of September, at the residence of Conrad Krigbaum, on Panther Creek, Mr. Josiah Lephart with Miss Mary Smith, both of Darke County, O.  September 21, 1871 (SVG)

SMITH, THOMAS - At Tippecanoe City, Ohio, on Saturday evening, March 11th, 1871, by E. T. Shields, J. P., Mr. Thomas Smith and Mrs. Mary Neal, both of Monroe Township, Miami County, Ohio.  March 16, 1871 (TCH)

SNAVELY, MARTHA L. - On Wednesday evening, April 12th, at the residence of Geo. Nash, by Rev. A. E. Higgens, Mr. Hiram Pickle and Miss Martha L. Snavely, all of this place.  No cards.  April 20, 1871 (TCH)

SNOW, GEORGE - On the 26th of October, by the Rev. J. G. Schaefer, Mr. George Snow to Miss Mary Fessler, both of Shelby County, Ohio.  November 30, 1871 (SVG)

SNURR, JOSEPH ESQ. - By Rev. J. P. Watson, Pastor of the Christian Church, Troy, O., at Daniel Brown's, Staunton Tp., Dec. 3, 1871, Joseph Snurr, Esq. and Mrs. Hannah Brelsford.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

SNYDER, CHRISTA ANN - On Thursday the 28th inst., at the Methodist Parsonage in Troy, by Rev. G. C. Crum, Mr. Samuel Shook and Christa Ann Snyder.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

SOMERVILLE, JOHN F. - A late Atchison, Kansas paper has the following which we copy for the information of parties here: "Better late than never,"  and hence we note the marriage of John F. Somerville to Miss Mary McInrow, of Atchison.  The interesting ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Hanna.  The happy couple have our congratulations.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

STAFFORD, MARTHA J. - On January 12th, at the residence of Robert Stafford, by the Rev. T. B. Fiddler, Dr. F. B. McNeal and Miss Martha J. Stafford.  January 21, 1871 (MU)

STAGO, MOLLIE - On Wednesday, January 4th, 1871, at the residence of Mr. Newton Stago, in Greenville, Ohio, by Rev. O. J. McConald, Miss Mollie Stago and Mr. Geo. B. Dively, both of Darke County.  January 12, 1871 (SVG)

STAMPER, FANNIE - On the 14th inst., at the residence of John R. Coble, in Troy, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, John Campbell to Fannie Stamper, all of Miami county.  June 17, 1871 (MU)

STEWART, URIAH J. - At the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. John H. Brown, Mr. Uriah J. Stewart, of Peoria County, Ill., and Miss Flora E. Patterson, of Miami County, Ohio.  March 23, 1871 (SVG)

STICHTER, AMELIA - On July 23d, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. P. Banta, Mr. Thomas J. Coate to Miss Amelia Stichter, all of Miami County.  July 29, 1871 (MU)

STROME, ANDREW - On the 11 inst., by the Rev. H. Wren, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Andrew Strome, and Miss Hattie Clark, both of Miami Co.  May 20, 1871 (MU)

STROME, HENRY - At the Murray House, Springfield, January 22d, 1871, by Rev. M. W. Hamma, Mr. Henry Strome to Miss Sarah McKinley, the former of Clarke and the latter from Miami Co., Ohio.  February 2, 1871 (TCH)

STUDEBAKER, ADAM - On the 6th inst., by Robert H. Culbertson, J. P., Adam Studebaker, to Mary A. Fair, at my office in Troy.  June 10, 1871 (MU)

SULLIVAN, JOHN - On the 5th day of October 1871, by Robert H. Culbertson, Esq., John Sullivan to Jennie Porter, both of this county.  October 7, 1871 (MU)

SUTTON, JOHN O. - On Thursday, June 22nd, by Elder A. L. McKinney, Mr. John O. Sutton to Miss Anna Gott, all of this county.  July 1, 1871 (MU)

SWINDLER, CAROLINE - On Thursday, November 16, 1871, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J. J. Welch, Mr. Wm. Deetrick to Miss Caroline Swindler, both of Bethel Township, Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

TALBOT, FLORA J. - On Tuesday evening last, by Rev. S. Talbot, at the residence of the bride's parents, in Troy, Mr. Henry A. Rogers, of Granville, Ohio, to Miss Flora J., only daughter of Smith Talbot, Esq., Clerk of the Miami County Court of Common Pleas.  August 19, 1871 (MU)

TARPENEID, MAGGIE - On the 16th inst., at the parsonage of the George St., M. E. Church, by Rev. W. I. Fep, Mr. William V. Butcher and Miss Maggie Tarpeneid, all of Piqua.  March 23, 1871 (SVG) Note: Court Records show Tarpeneid, but SVG has Tarpning.

TEAGUE, CALVIN W. - At the parsonage, in this place, on Thursday, the 28th of September, by Rev. W. H. Moore, Mr. Calvin W. Teague and Miss Mary A. Hartle, of this county.  October 5, 1871 (SVG)

TERBYFILL, MARY E. - At the M. E. Church Parsonage on Friday afternoon, by Rev. T. S. Cowden, Mr. Frederick L. Kent, and Mary E. Terbyfill.  August 5, 1871 (MU)

THATCHER, SAMUEL - On the second inst., by Rev. T. E. Fidler, Samuel Thatcher, and Maggie Fuller, of Miami county.  April 8, 1871 (MU)

THOMPSON, ANNA B. - On Thursday evening, March 30th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Richard Brandon, of Covington, Mr. Charles A. Hull, of Henry, Ill., to Miss Anna B. Thompson, of Covington, Ohio.  April 27, 1871 (SVG)  Note: Court Records show Anna B., but SVG has Belle.

THOMPSON, MATILDA - On the 19th inst., by C. D. Wright, J. P., at Troy, Ohio, Mr. Edwin Carson, of Piqua, Ohio, to Miss Matilda Thompson, of Pleasant Hill, Ohio.  April 22, 1871 (MU)

THOMPSON, MATILDA - On the 19th inst., by C. D. Wright, J. P., at Troy, Ohio, Mr. Edwin Carson, of Piqua, Ohio, to Miss Matilda Thompson, of Pleasant Hill, Ohio April 27, 1871 (SVG)

THOMPSON, RACHEL - Sunday morning, 25th, 1871, Rev. Richard Brandon, Conrad Neth, to Miss Rachel Thompson, oldest daughter of Stephen Thompson Esq., of Covington.

To You Both

Long looked for in the distant way,
She hoped that Con. would come again;
But when he came with smile and bow,
She only blushed and stammered "haow".

Dear love, it ne'er begins and never ends;
Naught can the golden light and birdson savor.
Dear love, it ne'er begins and never ends;
We e'er have loved, and we shall love forever. Byron.  June 29, 1871 (SVG) 

THOMPSON, RACHEL - On Sunday morning, 25th of June, 1871, at the house of the bride's father, by Elder Richard Brandon, Conrad Neth to Miss Rachel, daughter of Stephen Thompson, Esq., all of Covington, Miami County, Ohio.  July 6, 1871 (SVG)

TRITSCHUH, B. W. M. - On the 2d inst., by the Rev. J. G. Shaeffer, Mr. W. H. Affle with Miss B. W. M. Tritschuh, both of Versailles, Darke Co., Ohio.  April 13, 1871 (SVG)

ULLERY, JOB - On Sunday evening, October 27, Elder Samuel Murray, Mr. Job Ullery to Miss Saloma Deeter, all of Covington.  November 2, 1871 (SVG)

UPTEGRAFT, ELIZABETH A. - On the 11 inst., by the Rev. H. Wren, at the residence of the bride's father, near Tippecanoe, Mr. Samuel C. Hawver, and Miss Elizabeth A.  Uptegraft, both of Miami Co.  May 20, 1871 (MU) Note: Court Records show Elizabeth A. Uptegraft, but MU has Libbie A. Uptigraft

UPTEGRAFT, MARY - On the 5th inst., by the Rev. H. Wren, at the bride's residence near Brandt, Miami county, Ohio, Moses McIlvane and Mary Uptegraft, both of Miami county.  April 15, 1871 (MU)

UPTIGRAFT, CLARA - On December 22, 1870, by the Rev. H. Wren, at the residence of the bride's father, near Tippecanoe, Mr. Lewis W. Jacobs, and Miss Clara Uptigraft, both of Miami Co.  May 20, 1871 (MU)

VERMILIAN, JANE W. - On the 26th inst., by Rev. J. W. Miller, at the residence of Mrs. Goodin, Mr. William C. Hance and Miss Jane W. Vermilian, both of Miami Co., Ohio.  March 30, 1871 (TCH)

WAGNER, MARGARET - On the 21st inst., by the Rev. George Shaeffer, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Peter Gensle and Miss Margaret Wagner, all of this place.  February 23, 1871 (SVG)  Note: Court Records show Margaret, but SVG has Maggie

WELLS, CHARLES, ESQ. - In Piqua, on Tuesday evening last, at the residence of the bride's mother, Charles Wells, Esq., of Cincinnati, to Miss Florence, daughter of the late John Butler, of the first named place.  Mr. Wells is one of the proprietors of the Cincinnati Type Foundry, and a first-rate clever fellow he is.  We know him "like a book" and know whereof we speak.  We had a pleasant call from him on Tuesday when he came down to make all things right with the Probate Judge, preliminary to the closing up of the business that brought him to Piqua.  We wish our Cincinnati friend and his Piqua bride, a long, happy, prosperous wedded life.  February 11, 1871 (MU)

WESTFALL, REBECCA - On the 23d inst., by Elder P. Banta, Mr. Preston Clough, to Miss Rebecca Westfall, all of this county.  April 1, 1871 (MU)

WESTHOVEN, CHARLES L. - At the residence of the bride's parents, in Troy, O., on the 16th inst., by Rev. A. L. McKinney, Charles L. Westhoven, of Covington, to Miss Melissa B. Houser.  May 18, 1871 (SVG)

WESTHOVEN, CHARLES L. - On the 16th inst., by A. L. McKinney, at the residence of the bride's father, Charles L. Westhoven, of Covington, Ohio, to Melissa B. Houser, of Troy, Ohio.  May 20, 1871 (MU)

WHITMORE, SARAH - On the 22nd ult., at the Mulberry Street M. E. Church in Troy, by T. S. Cowden, Henry McDonald and Sarah Whitmore.  February 4, 1871 (MU)

WIDENER, JACOB JR. - On Thursday evening, April 13, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. James Fahnestock, of Versailles, Jacob Widener, Jr., to Miss Julia, daughter of Mr. Joseph Birely, of Covington.  April 20, 1871 (SVG)

WILL, GEORGE - On Wednesday evening last., at the residence of the bride's mother, in Troy, by Rev. Mr. Magee, of Dayton, Mr. George Will, of Iowa, and Miss Christine Ziegenfelder, second daughter of the late C. Ziegenfelder.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

WILSON, MRS. ELIZABETH A. - On Thursday, January 12th, 1871, by Rev. D. Lobou, at the residence of the bride, Mr. Joseph Pearson and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Wilson, all of Miami County.  January 19, 1871 (TCH)

WRIGHT, JOSEPH - On November 7, 1871, by R. H. Culbertson, J. P., Joseph Wright and Susie A. McManus.  November 11, 1871 (MU)

YOUNG, HARRISON - On the 29th ult., at the Exchange Hotel, in this place, by the Rev. D. A. Tawney, Mr. Harrison Young and Miss Sallie A. Anderson, both of this county.  January 5, 1871 (TCH)

YOUNG, SARAH J. - By Rev. J. P. Watson, at the Christian Parsonage, Troy, O., Dec. 7, 1871, William T. Siler and Miss Sarah J. Young, both of Concord Tp.  December 9, 1871 (MU)

YOUNG, WILLIAM P. - On November 16, 1871, at the Christian Parsonage, by Rev. J. P. Watson, Mr. William P. Young to Miss Margaret A. Dunn, both of Miami County, Ohio.  November 25, 1871 (MU)

ZIEGENFELDER, CHRISTINE - On Wednesday evening last., at the residence of the bride's mother, in Troy, by Rev. Mr. Magee, of Dayton, Mr. George Will of Iowa, and Miss Christine Ziegenfelder, second daughter of the late C. Ziegenfelder.  December 30, 1871 (MU)

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