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This page has been designed to link existing pages already on the Tri-Counties site and new pages of individual marriage records, photos and/or certificates. If you have marriage photos or certificates to include on the site, please submit in HIGH resolution JPG scanned files. If you send photos that are not scanned at high enough resolution for me to edit and use, I'll have to ask you to rescan them. Also include photos if you have them and biographical detail. See the Dibble or Killey pages below as good examples. Also if you find marriage pages already on the site that I have not included in this listing, please let me know. And let me know the townships with which the married couple is associated in the three counties of the site.

The general listings presented here are compiled from newspapers, church records, and other sources. We hope to transcribe the county court house records as we have done and are doing with Tioga and Bradford births and deaths. Someday !! Actually Pat is up to Book Sixteen on that project as of October 2008. 

Joyce's Search Tip - January 2008
Do You Know that you can search just the Marriage Records and  Marriage Clippings on the site by using the Marriage button in the Partitioned search engine at the bottom of the Current What's New Page? Be aware that you will also find some marriage notices in the Clippings partition and on the Bibles pages.
1766 - 1811 Early Marriages (Heverly)
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1845-1864 Rev. Riggs Marriages
1847 Southport Marriages
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1849 Southport Marriages
1850 - 1854 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County - Tioga Eagle & Wellsboro Agitator (243)
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1854-1900 Park Church Rev. Thomas K. Beecher Marriages
1855 - 1858 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County - Tioga Eagle & Wellsboro Agitator (248)
1859- 1863 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County Newspapers (291)
1860 - 1862 Chemung County Marriages
(IndexOnly)
1861- 1874 Fall Brook Marriages
1864- 1865 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County Newspapers (292)
1865 Southport Marriages
1866 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County Newspapers (293)
1867 - 1868 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County Newspapers (294)
1869 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County Agitator (295)
1869 - 1896 Methodist Marriages
1870 Elmira Marriages (Index Only)
1870 Marriages & Divorces Tioga County Agitator (296)
1871 - 1872  Marriages & Divorces Tioga County Agitator (297)
1872 - 1884 Arnot Church Marriages
1873 - 1874  Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (298)
1875  Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (299)
1876  Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (302)
1877  Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator 
1878 - 1893 Methodist Marriages
1878 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (347)
1879 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (348)
1880 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (349)
1881 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (358)
1882 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (359)
1883 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (360)
1883 Marriages from the Mansfield Advertiser
1884 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (361)
1884 Marriages from the Mansfield Advertiser
1885-1911 Bradford County Marriages
1885 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (362)
1886 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (363)
1886 Marriages from Mansfield Advertiser
1887 Marriages  Wellsboro Agitator (404)
1887 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (405)
1888 Marriages  Wellsboro Agitator (406)
1888 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (407)
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1889 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (409)
1901-1904 Mansfield Advertiser Marriages
410 - Marriages 1890 Part One
411 Marriages 1890 Part Two
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Town of Erin Marriage Certificates
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New London CT Marriages 1697-1800
Bradford County People married in Tioga County NY
1890s to --
1890 Marriages  Wellsboro Agitator (410)
1890 Marriages & Divorces Wellsboro Agitator (411)
479 - Marriages 1891
565 - Marriages 1892 part one
566 - Marriages 1892 part two
1891-1904 Rutland Marriages
1898 - 1938 Ebenezer Church Marriages
1900  - 19?? Troy Gazette Register 
Special Anniversaries
1933 Clara Fisher - John L. Bailey 50th
1984 Pearl VanDusen - Boyd Smith 50th
2003 Marcella Miller & Leslie Tice 60th

Aged Husband, young wife
Married by Mr. Bossard, J. P. at Laceyville, Samuel Hunsinger and Miss Hattie Wildrick  on Tuesday March 10, 1908. Sam is a man of about 60 years of age, and has been married twice before. He was married 18 years ago this winter to Minnie Fidelia Wandell, and after her death several years ago he married Mrs. Minnie Spencer, widow of Samuel Spencer Junior. Who with his father Sam Spencer Sr were both killed by the cars near Wyalusing some 8 or 10 years ago. Since the death of wife number 2, he got tired of living alone so last fall he advertised in the Meshoppen Enterprise for a wife. He was then living at Carney. About a month ago he moved is personal effects up to Mr. Wildricks and has since won the daughter, Miss Hattie who is about 19 years of age and has been keeping house for her father, Ed Wildrick for the past 2 years or more. Mr. and Mrs. Hunsinger plan to go housekeeping at Mehoopany in the near future. By the way, Sam bought 30 cents worth of candy with which he treated his friends after the marriage in this vicinity. We all wish them a long and very happy married life. From the Jenningsville correspondent. 
Four Young People Made Happy
By Rev. McClelland Yesterday at Frank Hamilton’s 

Away on Wedding Trip 

A very pretty double home wedding took place Tuesday evening, September 28, at 8 o’clock at the home of Mr. And Mrs. Frank Hamilton in Binghamton when Mrs. Hamilton’s sister, Miss Grace L. Plants, of Andrews Settlement, was united in marriage with Paul L. Hamilton, son of Mr. And Mrs. George Hamilton, of Bingham, and Miss Clara Hamilton, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. George Hamilton, was wedded to Horace Cornell, of Whitesville.  Rev. F. W. McClelland, of this place, performed the ceremony.  The home was elaborately decorated with evergreens, ferns, and goldenrod, and the wedding march was played by Mr. Charles Robbins, sister of two of the contracting parties.  After the ceremony an excellent supper was served.  The brides were the recipients of many fine presents mostly of china, glassware, and linen. 

Those present were:  Francis Cornell, brother of one of the grooms, Mrs. Sluyter, Miss Ella Lewis, of Whitesville; Mr. And Mrs. George Hamilton, Mr. And Mrs. Martin Hamilton, Mr. And Mrs. George Henry, Mr. And Mrs. Fred Henry, Joseph Hamilton, Harland Hamilton, Emma Hamilton, Mr. And Mrs. Frank Hamilton, Loren Hamilton, Hazel Hamilton, of Bingham and Mr. And Mrs. Charles Robbins. 

 

ANNIVERSARIES
MR. AND MRS. DYER HANDY- Annette Haven
 Golden Wedding.  The golden wedding of Mr. And Mrs. Dyer Handy was held at their home on the Jemison August 29, there being present 70 relatives, neighbors and friends of the venerable and respected couple.  The evening was spent with games, music and recitations and Justice of the Peace W.H. Cooper again performed the wedding ceremony and the bride and bridegroom made the same responses that they did fifty years before when Rev. Mr. Owens was the officiating clergyman.  Mrs. Celia Bryant, of Elmira, and Mrs. George Haven, of Osceola, sister and brother of the bride, were the only two spectators who were present at both weddings.  There were present four generations descended from Mr. And Mrs. Handy, Mrs. Hornsby and her daughter and granddaughter.  The bride’s maiden name was Annette Haven and both she and her husband were born near the place where they now reside.  They have lived on the farm which Mr. Handy owns for the past 45 years and are loved and respected by the neighborhood in which they have spent their half century of wedded life.  The happy couple were given the heartiest of felicitations and Mr. Handy, who has arrived at the age of 84, was called on to sing a song famous in the days of his boyhood, “The Major’s Breeches,” which he rendered very acceptably.  A gold piece was presented to Mr. And Mrs. Handy and with it a wealth of golden wishes for their future happiness---Free Press. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, September 14, 1921)

ENGAGEMENTS

CAMERON-BLEND
 Mrs. Louise Cameron, of Lawrenceville, and Cassius Blend, of Presho, were married by Rev. Mr. Tyler, pastor of the Methodist church in Lindley, on May 6.  They were attended by Mr. And Mrs. Walter Carpenter, of Lindley.  The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. John Croffett and is well and favorably known.  She has been a valued employe of the Farmers’ Mutual Telephone Company.  Mr. Blend is a well-known and prosperous farmer of Presho.  After July 1 they will be at home to their friends in Presho.  Their many friends extend best wishes. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, May 20, 1925)

CRONIN-HALL
 On Tuesday morning, Dec. 21, at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Blount, in Tioga, Miss Grace Cronin, of Tioga, was married to George Merritt Hall, of Nelson.  Rev. Mr. Blount performed the ceremony and after a wedding breakfast Mr. And Mrs. Hall left for New York, where they will visit Mrs. Mary Cronin, mother of the bride, and other relatives.  Miss Cronin, who has made her home for some years with Miss Alice Benson and Norris Benson, has been known as Miss Grace Benson, and is popular.  She is a most estimable young lady, a member of the Tioga M.E. church, of the choir, and a teacher in the Sunday School.  Mr. Hall is a native of Nelson and has held important positions in Buffalo and other cities. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, December 29, 1920)

HINZA-STOREY
 Miss Daisy Hinza, of Knoxville, and Arthur Storey, of Corning, were married a few days ago. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, May 20, 1925)
esday, December 29, 1920)

LEIPOLD-DAVIS
 Miss Elizabeth L. Leipold was married to Rex I. Davis of Granes, November 20 at Andover, NY, by Rev. R.C. Shegar.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Fred Leipold of Gaines, formerly of Westfield.  The bridegroom is an only son of Mr. And Mrs. C.E. Davis of Gaines.  (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, November 26, 1930)

OWEN-BRIGGS
 Miss Clara Owen, eldest daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Oscar Owen, and James Briggs, of Sabinsville, were married in Wellsboro recently.  They were attended by Miss Mildred Ellis and Elwyn Wood. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, June 28, 1922)

REEP-BRANT
 Miss Mina E. Reep and Frank E. Brant, both of Lawrenceville, Pa., were married November 19, at the First Methodist parsonage in Corning by Rev. Guy M. Overshire. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, November 26, 1930)

SCHOONOVER-MORRIS
 Mr. And Mrs. E.F. Schoonover, of Westfield, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Francis A., to Francis Morris, of Blossburg.  The wedding will take place in June. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, May 20, 1925)

SHUMWAY-LA VAN
 Mrs. Belle R. Shumway, formerly of Wellsboro, and Robert L. LaVan, of Niagara Falls, were married at Smethport, Pa., Nov. 12.  They will reside at their home, 677 Orchard Parkway, Niagara Falls, NY. (The Agitator: Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, November 26, 1930)

STATTS-HILLER
 Last Tuesday morning at 8 o’clock at the St. Boniface church in Williamsport, Miss Ella Statts, of Delmar, and Carl P. Hiller, of Germania City, were married.  The attendants were Miss Celia Hiller and Albert Duicher.  High mass was celebrated by Rev. J.F. Steinkirchner.  The bride was attired in white crepe de chene and carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas.  Mr. And Mrs. Hiller left on a wedding trip by way of the Great Lakes to Detroit and other points of interest.  On their return they will make their home in South Williamsport, where Mr. Hiller is engaged in business. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, June 28, 1922)

STEELE DILLON-MARSHALL
 Mrs. Alice Steele announced the marriage of her daughter, Caroline Steele Dillon, formerly of Wellsboro, to William J. Marshall, at Colon, Panama Canal Zone, on Thursday, July 28, 1921.  Mr. And Mrs. Marshall are residing at Summit, Canal Zone. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, September 14, 1921)

VIWELL-GREEN
 Mrs. Bessie Viwell and Harry Green were married at her home on River street Sunday afternoon, February 15, by Rev. D.L. Pitts, pastor of the M.E. church---Elkland Journal. The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wednesday, February 25, 1920)

Miss Whitney To Be Bride of Vermont Man
MARY E. WHITNEY – Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Whitney of Lawrenceville, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Whitney of this city, to Earl M. Mitchell, son of Mrs. Nelson Mitchell of St. Albans, Vt. The bride-elect is a Lawrenceville school graduate and of the Bailey School of Cosmetology, this city. Her fiancé is employed by the Erie Railroad. No wedding date has been set.

JOSEPHINE RANDALL
Lycoming Gazette and Bulletin
December 22, 1883
MARRIED
WALTZ – RANDALL
On the 20th instant at the residence of Mr. O.H. Randall, 52 Locust St., by the Rev. George Cooper, Mr. William H. Waltz and MISS JOSIE RANDALL.
 Submitted by: George and Peg Boyce – geopeg@roadrunner.com

MERAB C. RANDALL
Lycoming Gazette & Bulletin
February 5, 1897
An important wedding took place at 7:30 o’clock last evening at the residence of O.H.Randall, corner of Ross and Packer Streets.  The most interested parties were MISS MERAB C. RANDALL, daughter of O.H. Randall, and Samuel Wilson McCoy of Potters’ Mills, Centre County.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. A.D.  Potts of Youngstown, Ohio, in the presence of over one hundred guests.  The marriage service of the Lutheran Church was employed.  The couple were unattended. Mrs. William Waltz of this city rendered the wedding march, and also several selections during the subsequent congratulations.  A wedding supper was served on numerous small tables. There was a handsome display of silver and glass among the presents.  Two of the most valuable gifts were a check from the bride’s father, and a silver tea service from Mrs. John White and Henry White.  Mr. and Mrs. McCoy leave today for the groom’s home at Potter’s Mills where a reception will be tendered them this evening.  Among the guests from out of town were:  Dr. and Mrs. George M. Case of Elmira; George Randall of Jersey Shore;  J. Frank McCoy of Potter’s Mills;  John Paulhamus and family of Hepburnville;  Harry Paulhamus and family of LaPorte;  Anthony J. MacAfee of Athens;  Mrs. Belle Brenner of Philadelphia;  Miss Krape of Salona;  Miss Sadie Holcombe of Roaring Branch.
Submitted by: George and Peg Boyce – geopeg@roadrunner.com

SHERLEY BOYCE
Daily Review
September 27, 1924
SHERLEY BOYCE and GRACE RIPPLE were married September 1, 1924 at the bride’s home. [Eleanor LW says surname is Whipple] 



BETTY JANE MILLER  And CHARLES WILLIAM RANDALL
Williamsport Sun-Gazette [Undated]

MISS BETTY JANE MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, 2424 Euclid Ave., DuBoistown, and COXSWAIN CHARLES WILLIAM RANDALL , son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Randall, Lycoming Creek Rd. were married in a candle light service in the first Evangelical Church at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday evening.  The Rev. H.W. Heisley performed the ceremony and Mrs. Harry Fry, aunt of the bride, played traditional wedding music.  Following the ceremony a reception for 20 guests was held.  The couple will reside in Norfolk where the bridegroom is stationed.  Mrs. Randall was graduated from Williamsport High School and has been a stenographer at the Williamsport Engine and Machine Co.  The bridegroom was employed by the Lycoming Division, Aviation Corp. before entering the Service.
Submitted by:  geopeg@roadrunner.com  - Peg and George Boyce

BERNICE NEWTON – JOHN D. CHESNEY
Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin
September 11, 1946
MISS BERNICE E. NEWTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Newton, 1264 West Third St. and JOHN D. CHESNEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Chesney, 815 Poplar St., were married Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the Memorial Baptist Church, Newberry.  The Rev. Noah Fehl officiated at the double ring service.  Attending Miss Newton as maid of honor was her sister, Miss Ruth Newton.  Her brother, Mr. Robert F. Newton acted as best man for Chesney.  Following a wedding trip through the New England States, the couple will live at 815 Poplar St.  The bride is a graduate of South Williamsport High School and is employed by Grit Publishing Co., Her husband, a graduate of the Williamsport High School is attending Dickinson Junior College.
Submitted by:  George and Peg Boyce                         geopeg@roadrunner.com

LOIS FLOOK – ROBERT F. NEWTON JR.
Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin
August 28, 1946
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flook of 611 Demarest St. announce the engagement of their daughter, LOIS ARLENE FLOOK to ROBERT F. NEWTON JR. of 475 Bayard St., South Williamsport.  Miss Flook is a member of the class of 1947 at the Williamsport High School.  Mr. Newton attended the South Williamsport High School and served 36 months in the Navy.  He was honorably discharged in January.  The wedding will take place in the near future.
Submitted by: George and Peg Boyce                        geopeg@roadrunner.com

WANDA SCRUGGS – RONNIE BIEBER
Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin
May 28, 1966
Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Wanda Lee Scruggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scruggs, 605 Demarest St. to Ronnie Gene Bieber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berry, 1530 Princeton Ave.  The wedding will take place at 2 pm Sunday, June 5 in St. Paul’s Evangelical United Brethren Church, with the Rev. Lyle Bundy performing the ceremony.  Mr. Scruggs will escort his daughter to the altar.  Mrs. Robert Gundrum, sister of the bride, will be matron of honor.  Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Kenneth Spiegel, Miss Marilyn Scouten, and Miss June Scruggs, sister of the bride.  Dwayne Berry, brother of the bridegroom will serve as best man.  Ushers will be Harold Scruggs, brother of the bride, Robert Gundrum, and Kenneth Spiegel.  Miss Scruggs is a graduate of the Williamsport High School class of 1964 and is employed at Mailabieu-Golder.  Mr. Bieber attended Williamsport schools and is employed at the Radiant Steel Products Co.
Submitted by:  George and Peggy Boyce                         Geopeg@roadrunner.com

EVA ROSEMARY CRIST – RICHARD GRIGGS
Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin
July 18, 1949
A mid July wedding was solemnized at 7 pm, Saturday when Miss         EVA ROSEMARY CRIST, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles V. Crist of 1320 Dewey Ave.. became the bride of RICHARD GRIGGS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griggs Sr. of 314 West Third St. The Rev. George Speaks performed the double ring ceremony at St. John’s Evangelical United Brethren Church.  The bride was given in marriage by her cousin, William Randall.  Miss Jean Hull served as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Jean Fleming and Mrs. Paul E. Caldwell Jr.  Harold Griggs Jr. served as best man for his brother and ushers were James E. Griggs, another brother and Alfred M. Hare.  A reception for 150 guests was held in the church social room immediately following the ceremony.  Upon their return from a wedding trip to Cape May, NJ, Mr. and Mrs. Griggs will reside at 690 Sixth Ave.  Both the bride and groom were graduated from Williamsport High School in 1945.  The former is employed by the State Dept. of Highways.  Mr. Griggs attended Lycoming College and will enter the PA State College in the Fall.
Submitted by:  George and Peggy Boyce                         geopeg@roadrunner.com

FLORENCE NEWTON
AUGUSTUS KETTLER
Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin
June 29, 1900

At the home of the bride’s parents, 1125 Hepburn St., last night, Augustus Kettler was married to Miss Florence Newton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Newton.  The ceremony was performed at 8:15 o’clock by Rev. W.C.Robbins of the Market St. Methodist Church, in the presence of a large number of the young people’s relatives and friends.  The decorations consisted mainly of wild flowers and were very beautiful.  During the ceremony the bridal couple stood beneath a canopy of daisies.  The best man was Walter D. Fleming and the bridesmaid, Miss Margaret E. Trognitz.  The bride was charming in white organdie with blue trimmings while the bridesmaid wore white organdy and pink.  For the present, Mr. and Mrs. Kettler will reside with the latter’s parents.
Submitted by:  George and Peg Boyce                         geopeg@roadrunner.com 


Joyce,
I got some things from the 1911 Towanda Daily today at the Bradford County Library.  I did most of May.  The paper was very difficult to read it was very light.  I don't know what you want to do with this stuff, but here it is.  I got the names from some of the larger articles with the jest of the articles, not having time to copy the entire pieces.
Reva

Jan 2, 1911
MARRIAGE    Mabel Jones do/of Mr. and Mrs Leroy Jones of Elmira and Earl J. Torpy, married on 12/26/1910 at the Methodist Parsonage in Elmira, NY by Rev. R.D. Stanley.  Mr. and Mrs Torpy are visiting friends at Montoursville.  Later they will make their home in Horseheads.  He is employed by Hafflett McNaulty Table Company.

March 3, 1911
Herman D. Watkins and Lena H. Graves were married at the Universalism church.  They are estimable young people and have a host of friends who will wish them success and happiness.  Didn't get where, I will assume Towanda.

Sypher   George W. Sypher and Nean V. Brysan both of Lycoming County, PA were married in Towanda at the Methodist Parsonage on 2nd street Towanda by Rev. D.D. Campbell on 12/21/1910.  I believe this is George W. Soper.

5/2/1911
The marriage of Miss Edna Foust and Haly Williams of Troy was solemnized Tuesday after at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. George Foust of Granville in the presence of their immediate relatives and their families and their friends.  Rev. C.C. Gustin of East Canton preformed the impressive ceremony.  The bride wore a becoming going away gown.  Following the sermon and dinner they left on a two week honey moon and on their return will reside in Troy

Harry Miller and Lettie Hainesworth formerly of Towanda were united in marriage at Binghamton on 4/24/1911.  They will make their home in that city.

Applied for license:

Charles Lawson of Litchfield and Lelila (spelling?) Rogers of Litchfield.
Davis FREEMONT and Marion PACKARD both of Alba.
William S. SOUTHWARD of Red Creek,PA and Emma M. STULL of Canton

Died.  A 3 year old boy victim of Meningitis.  Richard POWELL of Hawes St., one of Towanda's best known and highly respected colored citizens died Sunday night at 11 O'clock after a brief illness of spinal meningitis.  This case is a most pathetic one.  The bright little idol of the POWELL home which has seen more than it's share of sorrow.  Mrs. Elias POWELL, grandmother died recently.  There is more on this in the paper.

5/03/1911
Marshall B. WHEELER Jr. and M. Lula B. AYERS married last evening at the Methodist Church in North Towanda by Rev. W. P. MILLER.  Bridesmaids M. Mary, E. RUTTY of Scranton, Victor D. THAYER of Scranton was best man.  Ushers were: C.N. MYERS, F. MARSHALL, M.F. GRANGER of North Towanda, and John STANTON of Sayre.  NOTE: this is a large article.

Death of Mr. and Mrs. Willliams of LeRoy 16 month old daughter Lois Arloa Lord of pneumonia.  Services were at the home and the funeral was at the Untied Methodist Church in East Canton at 2 O'clock with Rev C.C. GUSTIN.  Burial was in the East Canton cemetery.  A brother, Theodore survives also.

Death  Mrs. Wealthy A. MCKEAN died at the home of her son Earnest W. Mckean of Granville Center.  She had lived in Elmira.  A daughter also survives, Mrs. Charlotte DEWITT of Windham (couldn't see this very well and believe this is the correct place) and a brother Sevelor or Sevron HICKS of Powell.  In the 5/09/1911 edition it said she was buried at the State Road cemetery.

Death of Mrs A. HOUSER (nee) Kate MCDONALD 4/17/1911 at the home of her daughter, where she lived through the winter.  She had taught school in Bradford County.  She has lived in Monterey Mexico.  She was stricken with pneumonia on her return home to Mexico where she died.  She leaves a husband and 4 children, 2 sisters and 2 brothers.  Mrs. Martin O'BRIEN of Overton, Mrs. Mary SINNOTT of Oswego, Kansas, Richard McDonald, of Franklin, PA, Hon Thoe Ryan of Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Death of John LOVE an old and respected resident of  Meshoppen died Wednesday morning aged over 80 years.  He was upright in his dealings, a kind husband and father.  His wife died several years ago and he then resided with his children and for the past three years has been tenderly cared for by his Daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mary Love.  Four***five his son O. V. Love drowned and he never fully recovered from the shock.  He leaves his only son, Henry Love and numerous grandchildren survive.  One daughter, Mrs.. N.A. DOTTY died a few years before.  The funeral was held Friday at the home of Mrs. Mary Love with the Rev. "Mr." WALCOTT.

5/09/1911
Death of Mrs. Lovica (spelling) SWEET, Friday evening last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs Isaac SWEET of Brocktown.  The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at the Kellogg school house.  Interment was made in the Kellogg Cemetery.

5/13/1911
Death of Mrs. George HOOLEY in Troy yesterday at her home.  Seven sons and four daughters survive.
Death of Mrs Phoebe H. DEWEY, wife of Levi at her home one McCain St. Wellsburg.  She was 74 years old.  She leaves 3 daughters, Mrs Gena THOMPSON, Mrs. Albert ROBERTS and Mrs Mary SWADY (OR SWARDEY) of Wellsburg.  The funeral was held at the Baptist church with Rev Charles MENAING (spelling).  Burial was in the Dotty Hill cemetery.

Death:   William ARNOLD of Laceyville hung himself due to poor health.
Death:   1st train fatality 3 miles north of Horseheads killing D. L. HARDING
Death:   I.W. SIMMONS formerly of Athens jumped in the river and drown himself due to poor health.  He was almost 65 years of age.  He leaves 2 brothers, Frank of Athens and Charles of Rochester, 2 sisters also of Rochester.

Local  Grover   Jerry DROST spent Sunday in Elmira
                      Charles Newell of Renova visited his brother, D.V. BALDWIN over Sunday
                      Miss Edna KINDALL of East Canton spent time with Edna and Elma WILLIAMS
                      Arthur HAGER of Elmira spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hager
                      Mr. C.E. VERMILYA and family spent Sunday in Grover.
                      Mr. and Mrs. H. J. RATHBURN visited friends in Troy and Windfall Sunday.
                      Mr. and Mrs. William CRAWFORD of East Towanda spent
5/16/1911
The engagement of Mary Louise CRAWFORD daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford of East Towanda to Clarence Lee GREENOUGH of Elmira.  The wedding will take place %/28/1911
Marriage License of William F. KEEFE and Grace Anita DANIELS, both of Blossburg.
                             Ernest J. WILKENSON of Ulster and Alice Irene RATHBURGER of Sayre.
Death of Isaac PAGE of Mehoopany at age about 69.  The body was shipped over the L.V. railroad accompanied with many relatives.

5/17/1911
Windham News:  Clarence FEER and his mother attended the funeral of Mrs. Lois FOX of Ghent Monday.
                          Mrs. W. D. GRIFFITH has recovered from scarlet fever.  Mr. HICKS the health officer was there Thursday and
                          fumigated the house.
                          J.P. GRIFFETH and Carl ARNOLD are each driving new horses.

Death   Mrs. Frank C. KNAPP (Anna Elizabeth CALLAGHAN) of Prattsburg, NY.  She was the wife of Dr. F.C. KNAPP.  Children Frank C. and Elizabeth.  She was the 3rd of five children born to the late Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah and Eliza REED Callaghan of Wyalusing.  Her mother died when she was 12 years old, after which she lived with Mr. and Mrs. Harris S. ACKLEY.  She married Mr F. C. Knapp in 1891.

Death  R. Charles DAVIS of Meyersburg, died at the Robert Packer Hospital 5/5/1911 following an operation made necessary from a complication of diseases.  He was 41.  He leaves a wife, 3 children: Helen, Agatha, Edward, a brother, Guy of Walkerion Ind., 2 sisters, Mrs. W. F. NORTHRUP of Athens, Mrs Agatha CLARK of New Mexico.  Burial was in the Wysox Cemetery.

Death  Fred KUHL of Sayre of Typhoid fever.  Burial was in Wilkes Barre.

5/18/1911
Deaths:     Hiram SHUMWAY born 4/26/1824 at Springhill where he died 5/12/1911.  He married the former Sally F. LYON.

 Rev. M. H. BLACKMAN of Sayre.  He leaves 3 sons, Dewitt, George of Sayre and Earl of Rummerfield.

Riley RACE.  Born Luzerne Co. 1/28/1810, died 5/6/1911, at Norway Ridge.  He was a civil war veteran in 67th Reg Co. K.  He leaves sons Gregory, LeRoy and daughter Mrs. Nelson Roberts of Brownstown.

Miss Lottie BEECHER, niece of John DAVIES of LeRaysville died at her home in Chenango Forks, NY 5/11/1911.
Joseph C. SHIPMAN died of an accidental shotgun wound in Daioson (?spelling) Alaska.

Marriages
Wm B. Stone and Doris E. KENDALL
Charles LITZELMAN and Clara TILLMAN
Claude ZANER  and Eliza Marie VINCENT.
Rev. Paul L. HAVERLY and Elizabeth ROSS were married in Jersey City.
Dr. P. E. FAGAN and Kathryn DEWAN

5/19/1911

Death    Hon E. Reed MYER born 7/25/1818 in Meyersburg, he died 5/18/1911 at the age of 92 years, at the home of his daughter Mrs. M. R. FOSTER of Canton. He was the son of Wm and Joanna Hickock Meyer.   He leaves: R.C. Myer, William Myer, Thomas E. Myer, Mrs. Morton FOSTER, Ernestine R. Myer, Mrs Elmer A. WHITE, and Charles Malcolm Myer.  He married Mary Frances COCHRANE, daughter of Dr. Richard Ellis Cochrane of Lancaster, PA. 6/09/1847.  Burial in Meyersburg.  She was born 10/16/1825  died 10/24/1884.  NOTE:  This is a large article.

Death   Henry J. HOUSE of Burlington, died at the home of his daughter in Sayre of the 14th.
              Mrs. J. H. ROUNDS near 89 years.  Her children are: Adelbert, William, Mrs. Ella WALSH of Geneva, Burton HOUSE, Mrs J. H. ROUNDS  of Sayre, Warriner and Dayton on the old homestead in Burlington.
Death   Agnes JOHNSON age 18, died May 18, 1911.  She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John JOHNSON.  She lived in Monroeton and occupied the D. J. SWEET farm in Monroe.  She  had been ill for many days with a nosebleed, then developed Bright's disease.

Death  Edward NORTHRUP, 19 died in Nebraska, he lived in Athens.  He was enlisted in the Army about four months.  He died of spinal meningitis.

Sat. 5/20/1911
John McKEAN  killed his wife and then himself.  His wife was Emily SEAMONS.  He shot her in the apartment at the Bedford House on Main Street and he jumped in the river and drown.

Death   Mrs William B. WATKINS, native of Bradford County died Comemaneh, PA Wednesday.  Her father was Wm. B. YOUNG.  She was the mother of 2 sons,  Leslie of Johnstown, PA and Ralph CONENAUGH.  A sister Mrs. John SPAULDING of Columbia Cross Roads, brother Curtis of Brooklyn and A.C. of Elmira, NY.  Funeral will be held at her daughter's Saturday and burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Troy.

Death   Mrs. Carrie DECKER died Thursday of Bright's disease.  She spent most of her life in Watonga.  she leaves daughters Mrs. George MUNROE and Mrs Delos MONROE of Burlington and an adopted son Lewis at home.  Burial will be in the Wetona Cemetery.

Death  James BARNES of East Canton.  His wife and granddaughter, Mrs. A. E. LANDON survive
Death  E. Reed MYER  of Canton, funeral will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.A. WHITE North Main Street Towanda.  Interment
          Brick Church cemetery, Wysox.
News/Death   Ed Northrup, 18, son of Ira NORTHUP, of Sayre, enlisted 1/7/1911.  He was sworn in at Fort Robinson 1/27/1911.
           He was stationed there until 5/7/1911 when he was stricken with Bright's disease 5/17/11911.  The body will be in Monroe
           next Tuesday.  He was formerly employed in Ostran Barbershop Sayre.  He was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Chester
           Northrup of Kellogg.

5/22/1911  Death  Mrs. Sarah O'CONNOR died of a heart attack at her sister's L. W. DEPUE of Towanda.
                   Death   Fred PARLATT  17, drowned in the Chemung river near Tozer's bridge Saturday.  He had been fishing with     Louis JOHNSON.  He had just moved to Sayre from Lockwood recently.
                   Death    Frank T. HESKELL, son of Mrs. Noble HESKELL.  His death was by coming in contact with a live wire.
                           Mrs. Thomas HESSER? and Fred Heskell of Elmira, Mrs. James E. Meredith, Mrs. Joseph H. Meyers of
                          Towanda, and Misses Nellie, Martha and Nancy Heskell of Towanda survive.
5/23/1911
Applied for marriage license  Alexander DOORBA and Katy LISE both of Powell
                                          Freeman PHILIPS of Rummerfield and Ella CRANDALL of Asylum.

Funeral       Mrs. John MCKEAN.  Burial in the Riverside cemetery.
Death         Frank MAHONEY of Wilkes Barre at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. HILLIS of Camptown of a heart attack.  Mr.
                   Mahoney was accompanied by his son and Mr. and Mrs. William RICHARD and joined Mrs Mahoney in Camptown.
                   Mr. Mahoney was born in Herrick Twp. son of Patrick and Helen Richard Mahoney.  He was married 10/04/1866 or 67
                   to Jennie SQUIRES daughter of Pennbroke and Harriet Squires in Bradford County.  His children Harold, Ivan and
                   Franklin survive also. 


Wellsboro Agitator, May 19, 1909
Miss Bessie Spencer and Sidney Powilson, both of Delmar, eloped on train No. 4 Wednesday morning and were married at Camden, NJ, on Thursday. The bride is 19 years of age. 
Married. 1896 Wellsboro Agitator

Hayton-Fowler – At Addison, N.Y., January 29, 1896, by Rev. W. Adelbert Billings, Mr. Charles T. Hayton and Miss Mary E. Fowler, both of Germania, Pa.

Shellman-Swimley – At the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, Woodhull, N.Y., February 1, 1896, by Rev. C. R. Murrow, Mr. Nelson H. Shellman and Mrs. Lena M. Swimley, both of Little Marsh, Pa.

Shipbanker-Jupenlaz – At Mansfield, Pa., January 29, 1896, by Rev. E. J. E???, Mr. M. Shipbanker and Miss Marie Jupenlaz, both of Mansfield.

Sweet-Lowrey – At Tioga, Pa., January 29, 1896, by Rev. Father M. J. Manly, Mr. Charles Sweet, of Mansfield, and Miss Jennie Lowrey.

Taylor-Cole – At Wellsboro, Pa., February 3, 1896, by A. S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Charles R. Taylor of Chatham, and Miss Alice Cole, of Wellsboro.

Westbrook-Coveney – At Mansfield, Pa., January 28, 1896, by Rev. Charles E. Hoyt, Mr. Ephraim Westbrook, and Mrs. Pl??? Coveney, both of Mansfield. 


Wyalusing Couple Honored on 43rd Wedding Day.
43rd anniversary - John & Lydia Garris Casselbury
Many friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. & Mrs. John Casselbury,Wyalusing,Saturday Evening,March 26th to help them celebrate their 43rd wedding anniversary. Mr. & Mrs. Casselbury received many attractive and lovely gifts. Refreshments were served during the evening and television was enjoyed.-  Wyalusing Rocket Newspaper, 1955 
Golden Wedding Anniversary Party Planned for Area Couple (with picture).
The children of Paul and Mildred McNeal will host an open house in honor of their parents 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 9, (1986) from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Monroeton Fire Hall.  Paul and Mildred were married Nov 11, 1936 by the late Rev Paul Dale at the home of the bride's parents at Towanda RD4.  They were married on Mildred's 17th birthday.  Paul's sister Cora McNeal Emory, and Mildred's brother, Homer McCoon, were the couples only attendants.  Paul has been a lifetime farmer in the Mountain Lake area, and Mildred worked a few years for Sylvania.  Paul and Mildred are the parents of four sons and daughter-in-law, John and Sandy McNeal, Philip and Shelia McNeal, Dana and Kay McNeal, and Ralph and Myra McNeal, all of Rd 3 Towanda; two daughters and son-in-law, Betty Mulcahy of RD 3, Towanda and Nancy and Donald Pawlak of Montgomery, PA.  They also have 13 grandchildren.  All friends and relatives are invivted to attend the open house.  It is requested that gifts be omitted. 
Gray scrapbook clipping - no date or source [Burton W. Baker was son of Lorancy Gray of Sullivan Township - Lived in Nebraska in 1900
Hymeneal
The marriage of Prof. B.W. Baker and Mrs. Minnie A. Tinker, of this city, took place at the M.E. Church last Sunday evening, the pastor of the Church, Rev. Samuel Wood, performing the ceremony. The event was not wholly unexpected and yet a momentary surprise was depicted on the countenances of some of those present when, at the close of the Church service, the bride and groom stepped out from their accustomed place in the choir, of which both are member, in front of the pulpit, and by a short but impressive ceremony were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock. The bride and groom were richly and tastefully, but not showily attired, and there was a notable and pleasing lack of anything like display and ostentation about the ceremony and the entire affair, a vase of elegant flowers on the pulpit and the unusually large audience present being all there was to distinguish the occasion in appearance from the usual church service. A large number of friends and acquaintances of the contracting parties assembled to witness the ceremony, many of whom lingered to offer their congratulations and best wished to the happy couple. The bride and groom are both well known and much esteemed in this community, and we only echo the sentiments of all their acquaintances when we express the hope that bright roses may be strewn all along their pathway in life.
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A number of the intimate friends of the newly married pair, Mr. & Mrs. B.W. Baker, assembled last Monday evening at the residence of Wm. McEndree, Esq., where they are at present living, and treated them to a genuine and very agreeable "surprise party." The evening was spent in pleasant conversation, singing, discussing a generous repast of oysters and other seasonable delicacies, and is pronounced by all who were present to have been a most pleasant and enjoyable occasion. 
Strange-White Bridal
The marriage of Miss Marian White, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Roland M. Eavenson, of Lansdowne, to Mr. Edson C. Strange, [SRGP 06675] son of Mr. & Mrs. John C. Strange, of Mansfield, PA, will take place at 6:30 o'clock this evening in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, 50th st. and Baltimore Ave., this city. Rev. Buleigh Cruikshank, pastor of the church, will officiate, assisted by Rev. J.D. Edmiston Turner, of Mercersburg, PA. Mrs. J.D. Edmiston Turner will be the matron of honor. The bridesmaids will be Mrs. David M. Davis, Miss Margaret Harvey, Mrs. Don B. Corbin and Mrs. Edgar A. Christian. Miss Nancy Eavenson, niece of the bride, will be the flower girl. Mr. Clayton K. Shenk will act as best man, and the ushers will include Mr. Marvin S. Eavenson, brother of the bride; Mr. John Gray Strange, brother of the bridegroom; Mr. C.G. Remley, Mr. James A. Crawford, Mr. Don B. Corbin and Mr. Lewis Shollenberger. A small reception at Garden Court will follow the ceremony. - Gray-Strange scrapbook; no date on the clipping. [1937]

No date on clipping; Corning, NY
Showers-Walker
Well Known Young People Were Married Today
Simplicity Marked this Church Wedding - A Charming June Bride
A wedding characterized by quiet simplicity and good taste occurred at Christ Protestant Episcopal Church at 10:30 o'clock this Tuesday morning when Miss Edith Walker, youngest daughter of Mrs. William Walker, became the wife of Dr. George F. Showers. The church was tastefully and effectively decorated with ferns from the woods. Promptly at the appointed hour the bride, on the arm of her brother, William B. Walker, approached from the narthex of the church, and at the altar was met by the bridegroom, who with his brother, James A. Showers, had come from the vestry. Here the beautiful Episcopal marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Walter C. Roberts, rector of Christ Church. Hermon B. Keese, the church organist, presided at the organ. The bride was gowned in white cream voile over taffeta, with Venetian point-lace trimming. She wore a white picture hat with a fall of poppies, and carried a shower bouquet of white sweetpeas and maidenhair fern. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the bride's home, No. 134 East First street, at which the following, including the bride's family, were present: Mr. & Mrs. William Sinclaire and children, Mrs. Henry P. Sinclaire, Rev. & Mrs. Walter C. Roberts, Dr. & Mrs. W.C. Wilbur, of Corning; Hon. Charles W. Gillet, Mrs. D.B. Winton, Miss Winton, of Addison; Mrs. William J. Mullins, of Franklin, PA; Mrs. Wilhelm H. Stradella, of Tonawanda; Miss Ellen G. Lemon, of Ithaca; Mr. & Mrs. Herbert C. Way, of Elmira; Miss Frances Cruger Ford, of Binghamton; James A. Showers, of Martinsburg, W. Va. The bride and groom left on the D.L. & W. train shortly after noon for a several weeks' trip in the South. On their return to Corning they will reside at No. 134 East First Street. The groom is a member of the firm of Wilbur & Showers, dental surgeons. The bride is a very attractive and charming young woman. Both Dr. & Mrs. Showers have been prominent in social circles in this city. 


Wellsboro Agitator, July 28, 1937, p.1
Baker-Mahoski
Friday morning at St. Andrew's Church in Blossburg, Miss Mary Mahoski, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Mahoski, of Arnot, was married to Stanley Baker, son of Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Baker, of Arnot. The ceremony was performed by Rev. T.A. Ahearn who was also the celebrant of the nuptial mass which followed. The attendants were Mr. & Mrs. Leo Bubacz, of Blossburg. The bride wore an attractive gown of blue taffeta and with white accessories and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Mrs. Bubacz wore a gown of pink chiffon, and carried pink roses. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the Marvin Tea Room. Mr. & Mrs. Baker left for Buffalo and Niagara Falls. They will reside in Blossburg.

Spillwig-Packer
Miss Helen Packer, of Cleveland, Ohio, daughter of Walter Packer, of Blossburg, and Ralph Spillwig, of Cleveland, were married July 24, in the Old Stone Church at Cleveland. Mr. & Mrs. Spillwig will reside in Cleveland.

Moorhead-Savage
Edward Francis Moorhead and Mary Savage, of Utica, NY, were married Friday, July 23, at the Baptist parsonage in Wellsboro by Rev. C.W. Sheriff.

Mazurkieurtch-Fermenic
Miss Alice Fermenic, of Antrim, and Walter Mazerkieurtch, of Morris Run, were married at St. Peter's Catholic church in Wellsboro, July 3, by Rev. Thomas Durkin, who was celebrant of the nuptial mass. They were unattended. Their many friends extend best wishes. They will reside at Morris Run.

Nagle-Ryon
Miss Mary Edith Louise Ryon, daughter of the late Wallace P. and Mary S. Ryon, of Lawrenceville, and Francis Joseph Nagle, of Elmira, were married Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the bride's home,  "The Elms," in Lawrenceville. Miss Ryon was given in marriage by her brother, James P. Ryon, of New York. The matron of honor was Mrs. Thomas Wrigley, of Washington, D.C., formerly of Elmira, and the bridesmaids were Miss Elsie Patterson, of Wilmington, Del., and Miss Estelle Ryon, sisters of the bride. William Rathbone, of East Orange, NJ, formerly of Elmira, was best man. The ushers were: Carlos P. Darling of Lawrenceville, and Burt E. Sweet, of Elmira. Anne Barnett, of Lawrenceville was flower girl. Rev. H.H. Gillies, of Mansfield, performed the ceremony in the presence of about 100 guests. George Morgan McKnight of Elmira played the wedding music. A reception was held after the ceremony at the Mark Twain Hotel in Elmira. The bride is a great-great-granddaughter of the late Sir Anthony Ryon, of England. Mr. Nagle is the son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Gustavus W. Nagle, of Elmira. He is associated with the Sherwin-Williams Co.

Ackley-Manning
Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Evelyn Janis Ackley, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Eldon Ackley, of Westfield, and Frank G. Manning, son of Mr. & Mrs. O.G. Manning, of Westfield, July 18, at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Glenn S. Brewster performed the ceremony. The attendants were Miss Millicent Moore and Kelts Dillman.

Anderson-Davies
Norman Anderson and June Davies, of Watertown, NY, were married Monday, July 26 at the Baptist personage in Wellsboro, by Rev. C.W. Sheriff. 


Lawrenceville - Another wedding on Thursday, the 16th instant. Miss Lillie Shoemaker of this place and Mr. F.F. Richardson of Nelson were married at Barton, NY by Rev. Mr. Shynoeth. We wish them much joy. Wellsboro Agitator, September 28, 1880, p.3 
MARRIAGES

Judith Ann Askew Becomes Bride of Frederick Robbins
Miss Judith Ann Askew, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Lee Johnson, Jacksonville, Fla. And Paul A. Askew, Washington, became the bride of Frederick Lee Robbins, son of Mrs. Frances Robbins, Canton and Theron Robbins, this city. The wedding took place at 2 pm Saturday, Aug. 29, 1964, at the Glebe Baptist Church of Arlington, Va. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a chapel length taffeta gown and a large taffeta satin rose held her veil.  She carried white orchids and roses. Miss Shirley Askew, Washington, was maid of honor for her sister. Stanley Poor, Alexander, VA., was best man. Ushers were Mike Brennan, Alexandra and Donald Martin, Silver Spring, MD. Upon return from a wedding trip the couple will reside in Alexandria.

The Immaculate Conception Church was the setting for the wedding of Carol Ann Sullivan and John Mikula at noon Saturday, Jan. 31, 1970. The Rev. Paul Freemesser performed the double ring ceremony and celebrated the Nuptial Mass. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sullivan of 109 Grandview Court and Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mikula of 321 Center St. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a street-length sheath of Chantilly lace and an illusion veil held with a crown of crystals and seed pearls.  She carried a bouquet of white phalaenopis orchids, sweetheart roses and stephanotis. Miss Julia Tierney of 122 Linn St. was the maid of honor. She wore a red velvet sheath and matching headpiece, and carried a bouquet of red roses and miniature white carnations. Terry Camilli of 410 Center St. was the best man. The ushers were the bride’s brother, Robert C. Sullivan, and the bridegroom’s brother, Patrick Mikula.  A buffet luncheon at the VFW Hall followed the ceremony. Mrs. Mikula, a 1969 graduate of Ithaca High School, is a typist at Tompkins County Hospital. Mr. Mikula, a 1966 graduate of Ithaca High School, is serving in the U.S. Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Wash.
Note: Carol is the granddaughter of Jasper and Almyra A. Walker Robbins

Marriage 9 September 1942
Ruth Swarts Bride of Charles Gelder
An early fall wedding was soleminized at eleven o'clock this morning in Trinity Methodist Church when Miss Ruth Leola Swarts became the bride of Charles William Gelder. The Rev. Leonard D. Peale, pastor, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Earl L. Swarts, 112 North Twelfth Street. The groom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. L.C. Gelder, 228 North Third Street. The church was decorated with gladioli, palms and ferns.
Wore Suit Dress
The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, L.C. Swarts of Buffalo, chose a salute green two-piece suit dress and matching hat. Her accessories were of rust and green. She wore a corsage of Joanna Hill roses. Her bridesmaid, Miss Mary Holly Gelder of New York City, was attired in pine green with brown accessories. Her corsage was of white sweet peas and rapture roses. The bride's mother chose a Brazilian nut dress with luggage tan accessories and corsage of gardenias. The groom's mother wore a black and white gress with black accessories. Her corsage also was of gardenias. Mrs. C.R. Sanders, the groom's grandmother, was attired in a blue dress and wore a corsage of white roses and white sweetpeas. Wilson H. Pratt of Buffalo was best man. Ushers were Alton O. Swarts, of Olean, a brother of the bride, and C.D. Fralick of Allegany. A wedding luncheon was served to forty-two guests at the Cogswell after the ceremony. Decorations were garden flowers and gladioli.
To Reside Here
The bride and groom are both graduates of Olean High School and the groom attended Cornell University. They will reside at 122 North Twelfth Street. Pre-nupial parties include the announcement dinner given by the bride's mother and a variety shower given by Mrs. Paul Hartwick. Out-of-town guest attending the ceremony included - Mr. & Mrs. A.J. Pratt, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Windsor, Buffalo; Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Lippert, Mr. & Mrs. C.D. Fralick, Allegany; Mr. & Mrs. W.D. Gelder, Wellburg; and Mr. & Mrs. Herman Cook, Delevan.
 

ENGAGEMENTS
Dr. and Mrs. Orlo G. McCoy of Canton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Judith S. McCoy, to Dr. William Franklin Coole, of Mansfield. Dr. Coole is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coole of Gaines. Miss McCoy is a graduate of Tri-County High School, Canton, and is a senior in Music Education at Mansfield State College, Mansfield. Dr. Coole is a graduate of Gaines High School, Gaines, and the University of Pittsburgh School Of Dentistry. He practices dentistry in Mansfield.

Mr. and Mrs. John Calkins of Canton, announce the engagement of their daughter Diane, to Gerald Brown of Binghamton, NYY. He is the son of Mrs. Marguerite Brown of Canton. Miss Calkins is a graduate of Canton High School and is presently employed in the office of Bellows-Valvair in Canton. Mr. Brown also a graduate of Canton High School, served three years with the U. S. Army. He is employed in the office of Neptune World Wide Moving in Binghamton, NY. A May 30 wedding is planned.

ANNIVERSARIES
50th wedding anniversary open house set for April 4
An open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crofut’s 50th wedding anniversary will be held April 4 at the Endless Winds Fire Hall in Shunk from 1 pm to 4 pm. Roy and the former Elva Quail were married by Justice of the Peace Kenneth Morgan, at the bride’s father’s home April 5, 1942. The former June Rae and Dean Smith served as their attendants. They have two children, a son, Darwin, and a daughter, Carolyn Weightman, both of Shunk. They have two grandsons, four granddaughters and three great-grandsons. Mr. and Mrs. Crofut built their home in 1942 on the Crofut family farm and have resided there since. Crofut is a retired dairy farmer and carpenter. Their children invite all family and friends to help celebrate this happy occasion.



Wellsboro Agitator, July 1, 1908, p.7
---Mr. William J. Costello, of New York, and Miss Agnes Mary Slocum, of Harrison Valley were married in Corning last Thursday by Rev. J.T. Cassidy. 

---Mr. Robert H. Field, of Williamsport, formerly of Tioga, and Miss Elsie Hawley Shier, also of that city, were married on June 17th in Philadelphia. 

---Mr. James Holloran and Miss Nora Agnes Ryan, both of Hoytville, were married yesterday morning at the Church of the Sacred Heart, in Hoytville. 

---Mr. Leroy James, son of Mr. & Mrs. Oscar James of Roseville, and Miss Georgia Austin of Mainesburg, were married on June 17th at the home of the bride's parents. 

---Miss Mary Van Cise, of Elkland, and Mr. Arthur J. Northrup, of Borden, NY were married last Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. E.H. Van Cise, in Elkland, by Rev. D.O. Chamberlayne. 

---Miss Eva Conklin, of Covington, PA and Roscoe Conklin, of Sayre, were married Wednesday afternoon by Rev. H.F. Kelch, at his home in Sayre. The bride has been working in Sayre for some time past and the groom is an employee of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. 

---Mr. Maxey L. Monroe, of Sylvania, and Miss Ethel Cleveland were married the other evening at the home of the bride's parents in Canoe Camp. Twenty-five guests witnessed the ceremony. Mr. & Mrs. Monroe are estimable young people, and have the best wishes of a large number of friends. 

---Mr. George Pym and Miss Jessie Jones, both of Arnot, were married recently by Rev. Benjamin James. They were attended by Mr. & Mrs. John H. Davies, of Corning. The following guests were present: Mr. & Mrs. J. Pym, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Jones, Mr. & Mrs. John D. Jones, Mr. & Mrs. A.J. Smith, Mr. & Mrs. John H. Davis, Mr. & Mrs. W. Hoskins, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Jones, Mr. & Mrs. Ray McConnell, Thomas B. Jones, Mr. & Mrs. Groover, Mr. & Mrs. Clarkson, Mr. & Mrs. John Hall, Miss Lulu Hall, Mr. W. Brewer, Mr. Duncan, Orson Jones, John Hall, Mr. & Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. Watkins, and Thomas Pym.

Mr. Charles L. Halm and Miss Nellie Roberts, both of Arnot, were married last Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Roberts.  Wellsboro Agitator, June 23, 1909, p.3

Miss Maude Kustaborder and Leo M. Fish, of Blackwell, were married last Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. & Mrs. E.A. Fish, in Elmira, by Rev. G.W. Warren.  Wellsboro Agitator, June 23, 1909, p.3

Mr. Harry  R. Foster, of Seattle, Wash., and Miss Louise Worden, of Rutland, were married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. William Worden on June 9, by Rev. Seymour Barrett. They will reside in Rutland. Wellsboro Agitator, June 23, 1909, p.3

Mr. Fred Beckham, of Valors, NY, and Miss Fannie Cleveland, of West Jackson, were married in Elmira last Wednesday, by Rev. J.W. Miller of Millerton. Wellsboro Agitator, June 23, 1909, p.3

Wellsboro Agitator, December 6, 1916, p.2
---Miss Margaret Lawery and Albert E. Gribbin, both of Arnot were married recently by William Cambers, Justice of the Peace. They will reside in Arnot. 
---Miss Eva Brion and Raymond Tormey, both of Blossburg, were married at Williamsport November 29. They will reside in Blossburg, where Mr. Tormey is employed by the Blossburg Electric Light and Power Company. 
---Mrs. Charles Terwilliger, of Corning, announces the engagement of her sister, Ada E. Miller, to Stanley M. Gruver. The marriage will take place this month. Miss Miller is a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George T. Miller, of Bog Flats. Mr. Gruver is a son of Ellis Gruver, of Blossburg, formerly of Corning.
Wellsboro Agitator, July 29, 1925, p.3 
Wells-McConnell Wedding 
The marriage of Miss Laura Wells, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Wells, of 134 University Avenue, Rochester, NY, to James F. McConnell, of Watrous, PA, was solemnized at the parsonage of the officiating clergyman, Rev. R.W. Middleton, of the Methodist Episcopal church at Webster, NY, at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 19. Following the ceremony a reception and dinner was given at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John Young, of Basset Road, Webster. Tuesday Mr. & Mrs. McConnell left for a motor trip to the Thousand Islands, Sanguinary, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec. Mr. McConnell served with the air forces for two years during the world war and is vice-commander of Octagon Post, The American Legion, at Galeton. After Aug. 1, Mr. & Mrs. McConnell will reside at Watrous, PA, where Mr. McConnell is employed as general manager of the Elk Run Telephone Association. 

---Miss Gladys Irene Armstrong, of Blossburg, and Grant R. Baker, of Seneca Falls, NY, were married July 7, at the Baptist parsonage at Seneca Falls, by Rev. W.A. Howes. Mr. Baker recently removed to Seneca Falls from Arizona and is at present employed on the construction of the new High School building in that place.

Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 
Marriages, 1867
Partial list - January 1, 1867 to June 26, 1867

January 1, 1867 in Wiota, Wis. By Rev. S.N. Butler, Frank Higgins of Orwell and Lizzie J. Miller of Wiota. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 1, 1867 in LeRoy by Justice A. Royse, Clark Slater of Burlington and Miss Mary E. Bennett, both of North Towanda. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 1, 1867 by Rev. A.C. Sperry, Wm. P. Rockwell and Miss Frances M. High, both of Rome. -Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 1, 1867 in Rome by Rev. A.C. Sperry, Wm. B. Dunham of Windham and Miss M.E. Stafford of Litchfield. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 4, 1867 in LeRoy by Justice A. Royse, Wm. Higby and Miss Ellen Shoemaker, both of LeRoy. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 8, 1867 by Rev. S.P. Gates, Addison Wilson of Alba and Miss Eliza L. Lindley of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 8, 1867 by Rev. S.P. Gates, Burton Montgomery and Miss Ann E. Lindley, both of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 10, 1867 in Wilmot by Rev. David Craft, Capt. John G. Brown and Miss Nancy P. Morrow. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 11, 1867 in Waverly by Rev. S.W. Weiss, S.M. Layton and Miss Emma M. Stoddard, both of Litchfield. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 13, 1867 by Rev. C.E. Taylor, O.B. Haigh of Apalachan and Miss Rosina E. Sleeper of Warren. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 15, 1867 in Towanda by Justice W.C. Bogart, Peter LaPlant and Mrs. Rebecca Wilcox. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 16, 1867 at Warren Center by Rev. Geo. W. Stone, Orrin A. Alger and Miss Florilla Lucinda Russell, both of Orwell. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 16, 1867 in Wyalusing by Rev. J.P. Tower, John L. Johnson and Miss Sophia L. Brown, both of Standing Stone. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 17, 1867 in Towanda by Rev. R. Dunlap, James S. Paterson of Ridgebery and Mrs. Sarah Prentice. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 20, 1867 at Monroeton by Re. Hallock Armstrong, Morris Kellogg of Monroeton and Miss Minnie C. Hathorn of Franklindale. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 20, 1867 by Rev. Geo. M. Lite, James S. Drake and Miss Henrietta L. Merrill, both of Litchfield. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 22, 1867 in Sheshequin by Justice G.H. Eaton, Frank H. Biles of North Towanda and Miss Henrietta L. Furgerson of Sheshequin. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 23, 1867 by Rev. A.C. Sperry, J.A. Tomkins and Miss H.M. Elliott, both of Rome. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 27, 1867 in Barton, NY, by Rev. Joseph Madison, J.C. McKinney and Miss Delphene Munn, both of Litchfield. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

January 30, 1867 by Rev. R. Dunlap, Henry Westbrook and Miss H.M. Sill, both of Asylum. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 4, 1867 in Towanda by Rev. J.T. Brownell, Charles L. Stewart of Herrick and Miss Sarah J. Billings of Wyalusing. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 10, 1867 at Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Geo. W. Stroud and Miss Sarah E. Northrop, both of Monroe. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 13, 1867 at LeRaysville by Rev. D.D. Gray, J.A. Bosworth of Pike and Miss L.A. Lacey of LeRaysville. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 13, 1867 at Windham Center by Rev. Wm. C. Peck, Wm. A. Sibley and Miss Mary M. Alger, both of North Orwell. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 14, 1867 in Towanda by Rev. J.T. Brownell, J.L. Camp and Miss Fannie A. Stewart, both of Herrick. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 16, 1867 by Rev. A. Brooks, L.M. Brink of Pike and Hattie J. Wickham of Nichols, NY. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 21, 1867 at Myersburg by Rev. A.C. Sperry, A. Conrad of Windham and Miss A. Struble of Litchfield. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 23, 1867 in Herrick by Rev. D.E. Bowen, Daniel Younker of Auburn and Miss Maria M. Taylor of Herrick. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 24, 1867 in Wyalusing, Anthony Brotzman of Auburn and Miss Millie Bump of Camptown. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 27, 1867 in Herrick by Rev. D.E. Bowen, Orin S. White and Miss Roena V. Heath of Wysox. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 27, 1867 in Alba by Justice V.M. Wilson, S.R. Rolison and Miss Ellen A. Watts, both of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

February 27, 1867 at Alba by Justice V.M. Wilson, J.S. Wilcox and Miss Emma A. Rolison, both of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 2, 1867 at Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Francis Hancock and Miss Olive Talada, both of Monroe. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 6, 1867 in Orwell by Rev. G.R. Hair, Justus Ackley of Wyalusing and Miss Adelia L. Darling of Orwell. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 10, 1867 at Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, E.H. Sprout of Picture Rocks, Pa., and Miss Clarissa J. Baldwin of Monroe. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 11, 1867 I Wyalusing by Rev. David Craft, W.M. Hinman of Cotton Wood Springs, Neb. And Miss R.F. Vaughan of Wyalusing. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 12, 1867 in Rome by Rev. E. Burroughs, I.H. Allen and Miss Mary E. Ward, both of Wysox. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 17, 1867 at Camptown by Rev. A.F. Harding, Cortlin VanDyke and Miss Mariette A. VanNess, both of Wyalusing. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 20, 1867 at Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Edgar W. Smith of Monroeton and Miss Amanda E. Dimock of Asylum. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 21, 1867 in Rome by Rev. A.C. Sperry, Philip Shower of Wysox and Miss Sarah Collins of Sheshequin. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 24, 1867 by Rev. R.L. Stilwell, Orlando English and Miss E.F. Aumick, both of Asylum. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 25, 1867 in Mansfield by Rev. H. Lamkin, Morton R. Foster of East Canton and Miss Ellen Strait of Mansfield. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 25, 1867 by Rev. E. Loomis, Alexander Bothwell and Mrs. Hannah Greenleaf, all of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 27, 1867 in Sheshequin by Rev. A.D. Eckers, Joseph L. Cocklin of Wysox and Miss Charity E. Patterson of Sheshequin. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 28, 1867 by Rev. R. L. Stilwell, John Ayres and Mrs. Sarah A. Emery, both of Asylum. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 28, 1867 by Rev. S.V. McVey, Charles F. Terry of Albany and Miss Jane O. Crandall of Terry. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 29, 1867 in Towanda by Rev. J.T. Browdell, Richard Fuller and Miss Florence Davidson of Ulster. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 30, 1867 in Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, J.D. Trumbull of Wysox and Miss Anna Newell of Herrick. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March 31, 1867 in Franklin by Justice E.O. White, Geo. W. Moffit of Towanda and Miss Ann Lantz of Franklin. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

March --, 1867 by Rev. E. Loomis, C.F. Fuller and Miss Delphine Sellard, all of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 4, 1867 in Pike by Rev. T. Thomas, Dr. Rees Davis of Warren and Miss Maggie E. Williams of Pike. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 8, 1867 by Guilford, NY, Charles Durant of Guilford and Miss C.M. Black of Towanda. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 8, 1867 in Rome by Rev. S. Lent, C.P. Prince of Rome and Miss Mary Gray of Herrick. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 15, 1867 in East Troy by Justice L.T. Loomis, Milton L. Rundall of North Towanda and Polly Ann Isabell of Burlington. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 15, 1867 in Herrick by Rev. Wm. Lathrop, C.M. Hart and Julia M. Vargason, both of Wysox. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 15, 1867 at Canton by Rev. J. Thompson, Burton Schrader of Richmond, Pa., and Flora L. Pratt of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 21, 1867 at Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, F.S. Rice of Franklindale and Miss Nancy E. Wilson of Monroeton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 23, 1867 at Center Point, Ind., Henry M. Pierce of Wysox and Mira J. Kennedy of Center Point. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April 30, 1867 in Springfield by Rev. T. Mitchell, J.P. Bullock of Providence, RI and Miss Lydia A. Haven of Columbia. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

April --, 1867 by Rev. A.C. Sperry, Prof. J.T. Bender and Leonora E. Hard, both of Towanda. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 1, 1867 in Monroe by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Chas. A. Griswold of Monroeton and Miss Martha A. Arnout of Monroe. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 4, 1867 in Wysox by Rev. E.T. Dutcher, Edmund Vangorder of Rush and Miss Anna E. Vargason of Wysox. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 5, 1867 in Burlington, James K. Thomas of Chemung, NY and Miss Florence D. Estelle of Towanda. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 9, 1867 by Rev. G.W. Jackson, Dr. D.W. Camp of Pike and Miss Mary L. Sumner of Wyalusing. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 14, 1867 at Canton by Rev. E. Loomis, Dr. W.W. Rogers of Burlington and Miss Augusta A. Baker of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 22, 1867 at the home of the bride in South Warren by Rev. Wm. S. Hills, Wm H. Boyle of Brooklyn, NY and Miss Mary E. Pendleton. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 23, 1867 in North Towanda by Justice S.A. Mills, J.C. Holcomb of Ulster and Miss Lucy Kitchen of LeRoy. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 26, 1867 in North Towanda by Justice S.A. Mills, Chas. D. Davidson and Miss Mary A. Daugherty, both of Ulster. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 28, 1867 by Justice G.W. Brackman, J.R. Horton and Mrs. Lucinda Ingerson, all of Sheshequin. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May 30, 1867 at the home of the bride in West Franklin by Rev. J.T. Brownell, J.M. Sill of Wysox and Miss Ruth A. Allen. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

May --, 1867 in Leona, Abram Westbrook and Miss Martha Berry. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 2, 1867 in Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Christopher Platt of Albany and Miss Lamira Blackmen of Monroe. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 5, 1867 in Towanda by Rev. J.T. Brownell, Joseph E. Daugherty of Herrick and Miss Mira E. Mayo of Terrytown. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 13, 1867 at the home of the bride in Wysox by Rev. F.D. Hoskins, Wm. T. Bishop, Jr. of Towanda and Miss Emily T. Laning. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 13, 1867 in Windham by Rev. S.E. Walworth, George W. Olmstead and Miss Frances S. Clark, both of Windham. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 16, 1867 by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Sidney M.C. West of LeRoy and Miss Susie Albro of Monroe. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 19, 1867 by Rev. Wm. Lathrop, Elmer H. Beeman and Miss Pheba M. Lee, all of Herrick. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 23, 1867 in Towanda by Rev. R. Dunlap, Henry C. Spencer and Miss Amanda Dunn, both of South Burlington. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 27, 1867 by Rev. A.J. Arnold, Curtis A. Lasuer and Miss Alma F. Platt, both of Camptown. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 

June 26, 1867 by Rev. R.L. Stilwell, Levi T. Adams of Smithfield and Charlotte D. Clair of Ulster. - Bradford Star, June 15, 1916 
 

Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 
Marriages 1869, partial list
June 24, 1869 to October 3, 1869

June 24, 1869, W.A. Bullock and Miss Carrie Harkness, both of Springfield. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

June 24, 1869 at the home of the bride by Rev. I.B. Lake, Wm. C. Bates of Phillipsburg, Pa. And Miss Delphine Smith of LeRoy. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

June 24, 1869 at the home of the bride by Rev. David Craft, Capt. Geo V. Myer of Towanda and Miss E. Vie Brown of Wyalusing. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

June 30, 1869 in Towanda by Rev. Patrick Toner, Patrick J. Donley and Miss Jane Fox. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

June 30, 1869 by Rev. H.J. Crane, B.J. Ridgway and Mrs. Amelia Morgan, both of Wysox. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 2, 1869 in Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Wm. Detrick of Monroe and Miss Sophia McNeal of Asylum. = Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

June 30, 1869 in Rush by Rev. H.H. Gray, J.W. Vaughan of Mehoopany and Miss Emily R. Brown of Tuscarora. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 2, 1869 in Laceyville by Rev. J.A. Ball, T.A. Lee and Miss Kate E. Lafferty, both of Herrick. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 2, 1869 in Monroe by Justice Elon Wilcox, John Teeter and Angeline Lenox, both of Albany. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 3, 1869 in Towanda by Justice Nathan Tidd, Horace Jones and Miss Emma J. Lewis, both of Albany. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 3, 1869 at Merryall by Rev. Darwin Cook, George A. Peet and Miss Amelia L. Page. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 3, 1869 in Towanda by Justice Nathan Tidd, Francis Miller and Miss Johanna Allen, both of New Albany. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 4, 1869 by Justice O.P. Harkness, Chester Harkness and Mrs. Rebecca Thomas, all of Springfield. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 4, 1869 by Justice O.P. Harkness, Curtis Wood and Miss Augusta Bailey, all of Springfield. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 5, 1869 by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Anson E. Lafy of Barclay and Miss Emma D. Woodin of Towanda. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 7, 1869 in Rome by Rev. E. Burroughs, Leonard Hendershot and Mrs. Hannah E. Walker of Orwell. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 7, 1869 in Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, Alexander G. Ennis and Miss Emma R. Decker, both of Asylum. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 10, 1869 in Wysox by Rev. H.J. Crane, Henry R. Griggs and Miss Helen Vought, both of Standing Stone. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 10, 1869 in Rome by Rev. E. Burroughs, Dr. Levi Morse of Wells and Miss Betsey W. Bixby of Windham. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 10, 1869 in Warren by Rev. Wm. B. Nixon, Laurin Phippen of Lawrenceville, Pa. And Miss Hadassah Buffington of Warren. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 14, 1869 at the home of the bride by Rev. F.M. Smith, James McDonald and Miss Mary Luther, both of Burlington. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 18, 1869 by Justice Wm. F. Robinson, B.F. Jones and Mrs. Hannah Cross, both of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 18, 1869 by Rev. Geo. W. Stone, Abraham Storer and Miss Sarah Jane Nichols, both of Warren. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 29, 1869 at the home of the bride by Rev. D. Personous, S.W. Spencer of Piermont, NY and Miss Florence A. Sanders of Litchfield. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

July 29, 1869 in Bridgewater by Rev. A.L. Post, Mahlon Bostwick of Towanda and Miss Jane E. Hinds of Bridgewater. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

August 3, 1869 in Washington, D.C. by Rev. Daniel Lynch, Dr. J.L.P Gleeson of Towanda and Miss Alice K. Blount of Washington. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

August 10, 1869 in Rome by Rev. S. Elwell, J.F. Hess of Lanark, Ill. And Mrs. Emma M. Gridley of Rome. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

August 14, 1869 in Monroeton by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, James Moore of Towanda and Miss Hannah Smith of Towanda. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

August 15, 1869 by Rev. H.J. Crane, Francis Cook and Miss Eliza Ann Adams, all of Wysox. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

August 17, 1869 by Rev. S.P. Gates, Ansel D. Williams and Miss Emma A. Newman, all of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

August 23, 1869 by Rev. J.H.C. Tomkins, Anthony B. Kilmer of Minnequa Springs and Miss Mary McKay of Fox, Pa. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 21, 1869 by Rev. Hallock Armstrong, James Ditchburn and Miss May H. Brock, both of Barclay. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 23, 1869 in Elmira, NY by Rev. J.J. Keyes, Alexander Baker of Southport, NY and Jane Valmer of South Creek. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 25, 1869 in LeRaysville by Rev. J.W. Raynor, John H. Stevenson of Potterville and Miss Rachael Ann VanMarter of Orwell. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 27, 1869 by Rev. S.P. Gates, Millard F. Fitzwater of Canton and Miss Augusta V. Blackman of Fox, PA - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 28, 1869 by Rev. James McWilliam, Charles L. Tracy and Miss E. Fannie Holcomb, all of Towanda. -Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 28, 1869 at the home of the bride by Rev. S.P. Gates, W.W. Whitman and Miss Frank C. Mix, all of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 29, 1869 by Rev. S.P. Gates, Rosells Doty and Miss  Isadore S. Lindley, all of Canton. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

September 30, 1869 at the home of the bride by Rev. H.S. Ball, Rev. John Swank and Miss Caroline C. Gable, both of Rome. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

October 1, 1869 in Wysox by Rev. J.A. Rossell, Lewis Lewis of Ulster and Mrs. Abigail J. Rowe of Rome. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916 

October 3, 1869 by Rev. S.E. Walworth, James H. Baker of Pawling, NY and Miss Anna Gage of LeRaysville. - Bradford Star, June 21, 1916

Russell R. Camp and Miss Cecile Smith, two popular young people of this place, went to Wellsboro Wednesday, where they were married by Rev. Eugene Neubauer. They were accompanied by Collie Smith, brother of the bride, and Miss Edna M. Camp, sister of the groom. The bride and groom started immediately on a ten days’ wedding trip to include Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Washington and New York. [Tioga Argus] – Wellsboro Agitator, 7 June 1916
Wellsboro Agitator, August 20, 1924, p2 

Marriages 
--Michael W. Butts announces the marriage of his daughter, Olive Irene, to Menzo J. Yessa, of Wellsboro, in Monday, August 18. Mr. & Mrs. Yessa will reside at 18 Meade street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Gilpatrick. 

Wellsboro Agitator, 21 July 1920, p1 
Hatherill-Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. George T. Hatherill announce the marriage of their daughter, Sue A., to Harold Johnson, of Towanda, PA. The ceremony took place in the First Church of Christ, Elmira, NY, on July 12 [1920], at 4 o’clock p.m. Rev. C.M. Kreidler performed the ceremony, using the ring service. 
The bride wore a suit of dark blue tricotine with hat to match. Immediately after the ceremony they left for a short trip. After September 1 they will reside in Pittsburgh, where Mrs. Johnson is a successful teacher in the public schools and Mr. Johnson is a student at the University of Pittsburgh. Their many friends wish them many years of success and happiness. 

Wellsboro Agitator, 21 July 1920, p1 
---Alonzo B. Horton and Emma Elizabeth Dolly were married last Thursday in Blossburg, by Rev. Alan Pressley Wilson. 

---Miss Mary Stempin and Oscar Kingersmith, both of Arnot, were married at the Lake street Presbyterian church in Elmira, by Rev. Lew Williams, on July 5. The birde was a former Blossburg girl. They will reside in Arnot. 

---Miss Maude A. Martin, of Elmira, formerly of Blossburg, and Charles F. Bach, of Wellsburg, NY, were married July 3. Rev. Charles S. Roush, assistant pastor of the First Baptist church, performed the ceremony at his home in Elmira. Mr. & Mrs. Bach left on a trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls. They will make their home in Elmira, the bridegroom being an employee of the Willys-Morrow Company. 

---Miss Rhema M. Weidman, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.K. Weidman, of Westfield, and Silas Boom, son of Mr. & Mrs. William Boom, of Knoxville, were married in Corning on July 12. Both are graduates of Westfield High School and have many friends. Mr. Boom is employed in the store of Moore & Plank and the bride held the position of bookkeeper in Shaw’s Bakery until her resignation about two weeks ago. The young couple will reside in Westfield. 

---Miss Catherine Brehaney, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. James Brehaney, of Westfield, and Luke Haskell, son of Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Haskell, of Knoxville, were married at Addison, NY, on July 10. The bride is one of Westfield’s most respected and charming young ladies and has the best wishes of hosts of friends. The bridegroom has employment at Elkland, where they will reside. The bride has been employed at Lugg & Co.’s department store for some time and will be at her post of duty a short time longer until another is found to take her place. 

Wellsboro Agitator, 8 December 1937, p1 

Webster-Young 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H.R. Young, of Corning, formerly of Wellsboro, announce the marriage of their daughter, Patricia, to Leon Nathaniel Webster, Saturday, Dec. 4, at Corning, NY. 

Williams-Martin 
At the home of Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Williams at Marshlands, Nov. 27, their only daughter, Pearl Louise was married to Henry W. Martin, of Beauford, SC. Rev. Porter of Watrous, performed the ceremony, assisted by Rev. H. Blish, of Gaines. The bride wore white moire taffeta and a wreath of orange blossoms, She carried an arm bouquet of yellow chrysanthamums. Her bridesmaid, Freida Keur, wore a aqua moire taffeta of similar design. She carried an arm bouquet of white chrysanthamums. Mr. Martin was attended by John C. Phillips, of Ridgeland, SC. Preceeding the ring ceremony Harry Dewey sang, “I Love You Truly,” accompanied by Mrs. H.D. Austin, Mrs. Austin played Mendelssohn’s wedding music. The bride was given in marriage by Dr. C.S. Lytle, of Parkersburg, W. VA. Following the ceremony a reception was held. 

Wellsboro Agitator, 15 May 1861 
----May 9th 1861 by Rev. R.L. Stilwell, Mr. W.S. Jacobs to Miss E.E. Park, both of Charleston, Tioga Co., PA. 
 

Wellsboro Agitator, 30 December 1908 
Marriages 
Mr. Stephen French and Miss Verna Mourhess, both of Tioga, were married last Wednesday in Corning. 

Mr. Frank E. Lathrop, of Penn Yan, NY and Miss Edith V. Doud, of Covington, were married in Mansfield on the 18th instant by Rev. A. W. Fenton. 

Mr. Frank H. Sweet and Miss Ethel K. Wedge [Weilge?], both of Middlebury township, were married last Wednesday at the M.E. parsonage at Kenneyville By Rev. L.V. Morgan. Their many friends extend best wishes. 

On December 16th, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. & Mrs. W.S. Cushing, in Westfield, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Cecelia Mildred Cushing to Park Streeter. The marriage was performed by Rev. W.H. Hunt. 

The wedding of Miss Mildred Grennell, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Grennell of Blossburg and Mr. Stanley Brader, of Scranton, took place at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Thursday evening, December 24. Rev. Freemont N. Hinkel, pastor of St. Luke’s officiated. 

On Monday evening, Dec. 21st, at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Draucher, in Knoxville, occurred the marriage of Mr. Charles Draucker and Miss Daisy Cloos. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Conrad, pastor of the Baptist church. Mr. & Mrs. Draucker went on their wedding trip to DuBois and Luthersburg, and spent Christmas with his parents at the latter place. 
 

Birth
INGERICK - At East Charleston, PA, October 27, 1891, to Mr. and Mrs. George Ingerick, a daughter. - Wellsboro Agitator, November 4, 1891

Married
COLE - BEARDSLEY - At Towanda, PA. September 30, 1891, Rev.. C.W. Cole, of Wysox and Miss Maud M. Beardsley, of Rutland, PA - Wellsboro Agitator, November 4, 1891

PRETHERO - YOUNG - At Antrim, PA, October 28, 1891, by Rev. E.B. Cornell, Mr. Thomas Prethero and Mary K., daughter of Rev. William Young, both of Antrim, PA -Wellsboro Agitator, November 4, 1891

Smith-Kern - In Towanda, Sept. 18 by Rev. A.E. Hall, Frank Smith of Sayre and Miss Frances Kern of Scranton. - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916

Kithcart-Covey - In Towanda, Sept 14 by Rev. A.E. Hall, Emment Kithcart and Violet Covey, both of Wyalusing - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916

Cooper-Gable - In Elmira, Sept. 15 by Rev. DeWitt Hooker, George Cooper of Sayre and Miss Isola Gable of Athens - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916

Elsbree-Schuman - In Towanda, Sept. 20 by Rev. J.J.B. Feeley, John I. Elsbree of Milan and Miss Nellie M. Schuman of Towanda. - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916

Shedden-Eisenhart - In Waverly, Sept. 19 at the home of the bride by Rev. Essington, Leon B. Shedden of Sayre and Miss Emma L. Eisenhart. - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916

Didine-Davidson - In Athens, Sept. 11 by Rev. W.R. Sewall, Theodore S. Dildine of Waverly and Miss Pauline M. Davidson of Athens. - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916

Stone-Schoonover - In Towanda, Sept. 16 by Rev. W.S.H. Heermans, Chas. J. Stone of LeRoy and Miss Pearly Schoonover of West Franklin. - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916

Willson-Eastabrooks - In Wyalusing, Sept. 16 at the home of the bride by Rev. H.C. Snitcher,. Earl P. Willson and Miss Carrie J. Eastabrooks, both of Wyalusing. - Bradford Star, Thursday, September 21, 1916
 


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