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Description: 1902 Wedding Announcements

Date: Unknown Various 1902

Newspaper published in: Marlin

Elison and Hunter wedding

Rev. M. F. Elixon, the ram's horn evangelist, was
united in marriage Thursday night east of town to Mrs. M. L. Hunter.
The ceremony occurred at the residence of the son of the bride and the ceremony
was performed by Rev. Cat Smith of the Marlin Baptist church.
The evangelist says that he and Mrs. Hunter both concluded about the same
timethat it "was not good to be alone and as there was "no father-in-law
to ask,
neither a mother-in-law to take to task" they concluded to "spliced" for better
of worse.
It is said the the bride is a recent convert of the evangelist who bears his
honors gracefully.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin, Tx, January 30, 1902, page 1, column 3

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R. P. Adams and Miss Tempie Crouch of Reagan were united in marriage
Sunday. Mr. Adams has long been in the walks of bachelorhood and is
receiving the congratulations of his friends.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin Tx, Thursday, Feb. 6, 1902, page 8

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Rev. Will D. Holleway and Miss Nellie Dewberry were united in marriage
Wednesday night at Pleasant Grove church, Rev. C. Smith of this city
officiating.
The attendants were E. B. Holloway and Miss McCullough.
The ushersgrinan Oltorf and Wm Potter.
Miss Stella Deer of Lott presided at the orgaan, playing the march as the
bride and groom entered.
Mr. and Mrs. Holloway came to Marlin last night where they will reside.
They each have warm friends who wish them a life of unalloyed happiness.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin Tx, Feb. 20, 1902
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Mr. Fred Urbantke of Marlin and Miss Littie Klatt of Stamp were united in
marriage at the residence of the bride's parents at Stamp Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock, rev. Urbantke, father of the groom officiating.
The wedding was a quiet one, only members of the family and a few
intimate friends being present.
After the wedding was over the bride and groom were given a reception by
the parents of the bride, including a wedding supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Urbantle each have a large circle of friends, who wish them
a happy married life. They arrived in Marlin today and will until May 1st
live at Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McComb's after which they will occupy their home
on East Live Oak street.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin Tx, April 17, 1902, page 8, column 3
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Miss Margurite Spencer and Mr. Chas. C. Nickles were united in Marriage
on April 22, at the home of the bride's sister in Batesville,
Miss. Rev. R. Crump officiating.
The bride is a daughter of Maj. C. B. Spencer of this city and was reared
in Marlin where she has many friends. The groom is a business man of
Batesville and may well be congratulated upon his good fortune.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin Tx, Thursday, May 1, 1902, page 5, column 3
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Sunday last, Mr.J. T. Southwell and Miss Alice Trawick of Lott, came to
Marlin and were united in marriage.
They returned to Lott in the afternoon to receive parental blessing.
The Marlin Democrat, Thursday, Feb. 6, 1902, page 6, column 3
Miss Lela Harp of this city was united in marriage to Mr. T. A. Medlin,
Sunday last, Rev. C. Smith, performing the ceremony.
The Marlin Democrat, Thursday, Feb. 6, 1902, page 8
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R. P. Adams and Miss Tempie Crouch of Reagan were united in marriage
Sunday. Mr. Adams has long been in the walks of bachelorhood and is
receiving the congratulations of his friends.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin Tx, Thursday, Feb. 6, 1902, page 8
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Miss Alma Mellenberndt of LaGrange and Mr. Chas. F. Mauer of this city
were united in marriage at the Presbyterian church in LaGrange on Monday last.
The Democrat extends the best wishes for a happy and prosperous wedded life.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin, Tx, June 19, 1902
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Mr. Dan Oltorf and Miss Mae Kyser were united in marriage at the
residence of the bride Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock,
Rev. W. H. Holloway officiating.
The wedding march was played by Miss Bessie Foster.
Only the immediate friends and relatives were present.
Miss Kyser is one of Marlin's fairest girls and through her loving and
kind disposition has won a host of friends. The groom ranks as one of
Marlins's young business men, being one of the publishers of the Marlin Ball.
The Democrat joins in with their many friends in wishing them a happy and
prosperous wedded life.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin, Tx, June 26, 1902
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There was a pretty little wedding Wednesday night at the Marlin Baptist
church, Mr. Sterling Ward and Miss Lillian Nunnelly being the contracting
parties.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. I. C. Underwood.
The ushers were Mr. Lowrie Humphrey and Mr. Elbert Holloway.
Mr. R. E. Parnell was best man and Miss Maggie Nunnelly , sister of the
bride maid of honor.
After the ceremony the wedding party and a number of friends repaired to
the residence of the bride's mother were a reception was tendered them.
The Democrat but expresses the sentiments of their many friends in
wishing them a long and happy life.
The Marlin Democrat, Marlin, Tx, Thursday, June 26, 1902
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