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This page contains brief wedding and engagement announcements for a number of family members as well as a few divorce announcements.  Rorick descendants are indicated in bold.  Announcements are in alphabetic order by the groom's name.Use the search feature on your browser to find a particular name.

The marriage of Miss Harriet J. Ingall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Dewey Ingall of Plymouth, Mich., to Oliver Ackerley took place yesterday.  The Rev. John Greeley performed the ceremony in the chapel of St. George's Episcopal Church.  Mrs. Richard Kmetz, a cousin of the bride, and Seymour N. Winters attended the couple.  Mrs. Ackerley attended the Fashion Institute of Technology here.  Her husband, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Ackerley of London, studied at the Aldenham School in Elstree, England, and Bombay University in India.  (New York Times, December 19, 1965)

Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Margarum, of Deckertown, N.J., for the marriage of their daughter, Miss Margaret Margarum [sic], to Mr. Elihu Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jed E. Adams, of No. 122 West 131st street, at noon on Wednesday, October 17, at the residence of the bride's parents.  Miss Georgia Northrup and Miss Marion Margarum will be the bridesmaids, and Mr. William Gibson, Mr. Charles Schultz, Mr. William Syrles, Jr., and Mr. Jester Syrles will serve as ushers.  (New York Evening Telegram, October 10, 1900)

Friday evening at 8:30 Rev. Sutton officiated in joining in marriage Charles S. Armstrong and Miss Annie E. Crowley at the home of the groom’s parents in Irvington.  There was a large crowd present to witness the ceremony and many presents were bestowed upon the contracting parties by their many friends.  After congratulations a sumptuous supper was enjoyed by their many friends and the evening spent in friendly social intercourse.  Charley, the groom, is the youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong and is a bright active young man of fine mental endowments. He will settle down to house keeping with his handsome bride near the old homestead where he was born and raised to manhood.  The bride, we learn, is the daughter of respected parents, has lived in the country for several years and is highly esteemed by her friends.  The Advance extends congratulations. (Algona Advance, February 21, 1902)

Mr. Eugene Ayers the well known cigar maker and Miss Annie Brandon of Zanesville, were married Thursday evening at the home of Mr. Matt Ayers, 51 South Fifth street, by Rev. M.L. Bates.  The couple will make their home in Newark and have the best wishes of their many friends.  (Newark Advocate, July 5, 1901)

Newton, N.J., April 15 -- Miss Anne Brackenridge Van Blarcom, daughter of Mrs. Andrew Van Blarcom of Newark, formerly of Nutley, N.J., was married here this afternoon to Percy Harper Ballantine, also of Newark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ballantine of Lake Wales, Fla.  The ceremony was performed at Windy Brow Farm, the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Inslee, by the Rev. George C. Vincent, pastor of the Union Congregational Church of Upper Montclair.  The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Joseph R. Van Blarcom of Rutherford, wore an ivory satin gown trimmed with rosepoint lace and an heirloom rosepoint veil.  She carried gardenias, lilies of the valley and white orchids.  Mrs. Inslee was her sister's only attendant.  Peter Ballantine of Newark was his brother's best man.  (New York Times, April 16, 1944)

Summit Station, O., Jan. 17. -- Miss Sadie Todd, the accomplished daughter of Mr. Geo. W. Todd of Summit Station, and Mr. Frank Beals, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Beals of Hawk Eye, were married at Reynoldsburg Tuesday evening by the Rev. F.M. Pitkins.  Mr. Beals has purchased property on Cleveland street in Summit, where he and his bride will make their home.  (Newark Advocate, January 17, 1900)

Miss Lucretia I. Droz and Mr. William P. Bechtol were married at 10:30 o’clock at the parsonage of the Wayne street M.E. church by Rev. C. Claude Travis.  A number of relatives witnessed the ceremony.  Mr. Bechtol is a machinist employed by S.F. Bowser company.  (Fort Wayne Sentinel, February 16, 1910)

Miss Sharon Baxter Brown, a fourth-generation Californian and 1950 Coronet debutante, joins the ranks of brides-elect with the announcement by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Volney V. Brown, that she is betrothed to Bruce A. Bevan, Jr.  He is the son of Bruce A. Bevan.  (Los Angeles Times, October 1, 1956)

WEDDING LICENSE APPLIED FOR:  Ricky S. Bishop, 20, technician, Rt. 1, to Jo Ann Lawrence, 21, nurse, 53 E. Stevens St.  (Newark Advocate, June 3, 1971)

Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Lawrence, 53 E. Stevens St., announce the marriage of their daughter, Jo Ann, to Ricky Sprague Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Bishop, Rt. 1, Dayton Road.  The Rev. Robert L. Carter officiated for double ring nuptials exchanged at 10 a.m., June 12, in Maple Avenue Christian Church.  The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Melvin Bascomb, as matron of honor; and George H. Lawrence, the bride's brother, was best man.  The bride wore a floor length empire gown of dotted Swiss trimmed with seed pearls.  A pearl crown held her shoulder length illusion veil, and she carried a bouquet of daisies and baby's breath.  A reception followed at Valley View Restaurant for 65 guests.  Misses Beth Whirl, Sharon Wray and Gayle Whirl assisted. A 1967 graduate of Newark High School and a 1969 graduate of Muskingum Area Joint Vocational school, the bride is employed as a nurse at Children's Hospital, Columbus.  A 1969 Licking Valley High School graduate, the bridegroom is a member of the Ohio National Guard, and is employed at the Ohio National Guard Armory.  Following a short trip to Lake Erie, they are living at 277 Eddy St., Apt. B.  (Newark Advocate, June 17, 1971)

A CHURCH WEDDING:  Mr. and Mrs. George B. Adams have issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Miss Grace Cooper Adams, and Mr. Frederick Newton Boyd, at the First Presbyterian Church, Thursday evening, Sept. 5th, at 7 o'clock.  A reception at the residence of the bride's parents, Old Orchard Place, will follow the ceremony at the church.  (Middletown Daily Argus, August 22, 1895)

BOYD-ADAMS -- In this city, Sept. 5th, '95, at the Fiirst Presbyterian Church, by Rev. Thomas Gordon D.D., assisted by Rev. Charles Battle D.D., Frederick Newton Boyd and Grace Cooper, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Adams.  (Middletown Daily Argus, September 6, 1895)

Middletown, N.Y., June 23 -- At Mount Joy Farm, near here, this evening at 6 o'clock Miss Helen G. Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer M. Green, formerly of New York, was married to George Boyd, of Walkill.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. George H. Boofield of Goshen Presbyterian Church.  After a honeymoon trip, the couple will reside at Orange, N.J.  (New York Times, June 24, 1928) 

Miss Blanche Foster of Round Lake and Louis A. Brannan of Fort Klamath were married today by Rev. Geo. H. Feese of the Grace Methodist church.  The groom is a prominent rancher of Wood River Valley, and the bride is one of the most popular school teachers of the county.  She has been teaching at Fort Klamath the past two years.  (Klamath Falls Evening Herald, July 17, 1912)
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sanborn of Kansas City have issued invitations for the wedding of their daughter, Miss Perita Sanborn, to Clarence Z. Brown of this city, son of the late Z.E. Brown, which will take place in Kansas City, Tuesday, Jan. 16.  The bride has spent several summers at Lake Minnetonka and has many friends in Minneapolis.  (Minneapolis Journal, January 6, 1900)

A wedding in which a number of Minneapolis people were interested occurred Tuesday, Jan. 16, in Kansas City, when Miss Perita Sanborn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sanborn, and Clarence Zelora Brown of Minneapolis, were married.  It was a church wedding and decorations and appointments were in green and white.  There were six ushers, Roy Sanborn, Orla Severance, Will McCrum, Robert Brockett, Fred Merisheimer, Will Stevens, and the same number of bridesmaids, Misses Edith McQuaid, Leila Mather, Myrtle Scott, Edith Dranham, Anna Kirk and Eva Harris.  Their gowns were of white organdie [sic] over green silk.  The long skirts were finished with accordion pleating and the tucked waists had fichus of white liberty silk.  They all carried arm bouquets of American Beauty roses.  The two little flower girls, in short waisted white frocks, were Margery Lambeth and Rose Mayhugh.  Miss Allie Hurley was maid of honor and was in white with a bouquet of ferns.  The bride entered with her father.  She wore white silk, the skirt and bodice trimmed with the lace that had been on her mother's wedding gown.  A long tulle veil was held in place by a sunburst of diamonds, the gift of the bridegroom, and her flowers were white orchids and lilies of the valley.  The bridegroom and his best man, Frank Morville, of Minneapolis, met the bride at the altar, where the service was read by Rev. Dr. Combs.  A wedding supper followed at the home of the bride's parents.  Mr. and Mrs. Brown will take an extended wedding journey through Old Mexico and California, spending a month at Coronado Beach, Cal.  They will be at home at "The Trossachs," Lake Minnetonka, after June 1.  Among the guests were Mrs. Z.E. Brown, Mrs. Kremer of Minneapolis and Miss Mayme Bagley of Duluth.  (Minneapolis Journal, January 27, 1900)

NEW ROCHELLE, NY, Dec. 25 -- Mr. and Mrs. Philip Erwin Whiting of this city have announced the engagement of their daughter, Joan Thurston, to Lieutenant Charles Benjamin Brush, Jr., U.S.A. Signal Corps, also of New Rochelle.  Miss Whiting attended Wheaton College and is a junior at Barnard.  Lieutenant Brush prepared at Phillips-Exeter for Princeton University.  (New York Times, December 26, 1942)

MARRIED:  In Yam Hill [sic] county, on the 1st inst, by Rev. G.O. Burnett, Mr. Charles Buffum and Miss Lucy Walling.  All of this county.  (Oregon Spectator, February 21, 1850)

THEIR TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY:  Guests to the number of one hundred assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Clay in Suffern, on Monday evening, January 2, to assist in celebrating the 20th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clay's marriage.  Many of the guests in attendance were connected with the Erie road.  Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Clay, of Unionville, Orange county, parents of Mr. Clay, were also in attendance.  Many tokens of the regard in which Mr. and Mrs. Clay are held by their friends were presented.  (Middletown Times-Herald, January 26, 1893)

Port Jervis, Aug. 20 -- Miss Bess M. Martin, of Huguenot, and Mr. William John Coulter, of Middletown, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Martin, in Huguenot, at one o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, August 19th, the ceremony being performed by Rev. E.R. Kruizeng, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Port Jervis, in the presence of 40 relatives, friends and invited guests.  Mr. and Mrs. Coulter were conveyed to this city by automobile and took the Erie train to New York city and points of interest in that vicinity.  They will be at home after September 15th at 54 Sprague avenue, Middletown, N.Y.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Coulter are former employees of The Union and are held in high esteem by a large circle of friends.  Mrs. Coulter has served for five years as stenographer in The Union office and Mr. Coulter for a number of years has been in the employ of Standard Oil Company [unclear] Middletown.  The Union joins with many friends in Port Jervis and vicinity in extending to Mr. and Mrs. Coulter best wishes for a long, happy and prosperous life.  (Middletown Times-Press, August 21, 1913) 

The following account of the wedding of a former Boise girl, taken from the Woodburn, Ore., "Independent" will be read with interest by Miss Walling's old friends:  The wedding of Miss Arba Walling and Mr. G.A. Day took place on Wednesday evening of last week, September 30, at the home of the bride's parents east of Woodburn, Rev. James Moore officiating.  Only relatives and a few friends of the contracting parties were present.  A wedding dinner followed the ceremony.  Day is a prosperous farmer east of this city.  (Idaho Statesman, October 15, 1908)

Springfield, Dec. 22. – Mrs. [sic] Louise Rorick and Mr. Roe Deal were married here yesterday afternoon.  The ceremony took place at the home of the groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Deal, where a reception was given to relatives and friends last evening.  (Salt Lake Semi-Weekly Tribune, December 27, 1898)

MARRIAGE LICENSE:  Harry DePugh, 21, shipper, Columbus, and Alberta Motley, 21, Summit Station.  (Newark Advocate, February 14, 1934)

The wedding of Miss Juanita Drumm and William H. Despard took place at 6:30 o'clock this morning in St. Thomas Catholic church with the Rev. Father J.F. Beever, OP, officiating at the double ring ceremony.  Wedding music was presented by Miss Margaret Dennis, organist.  Attendants to the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hemmer, the latter a niece of the bride.  Mrs. Despard is the daughter of the late Harvey F. and Anna Drumm of this city and for the past nine and one-half years has been employed as office deputy in the Muskingum county sheriff's office. Mr. Despard is employed at the F.&R. Lazarus company in Columbus.  Following the wedding a breakfast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Stotts of Zanesville Route 1, brother-in-law and sister of the bride.  Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hamilton and daughter, Linda, Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. C.O. Scott of Marietta, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fink of Gratiot.  After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Despard will be at home at 536 Olentangy street, Columbus.  (Zanesville Signal, February 9, 1953)

Marriage license was issued yesterday to John S. Deweese of Boise and Miss Alice M. Richardson of Moore Creek.  (Idaho Statesman, January 7, 1899)

MARRIED -- On Saturday the 18th inst. by the Rev. L. Fletcher, Mr. Matthew Westfall, to Miss Matilda Evans, both of Wantage.  By the same on the 18th inst. Mr. James DeWitt, to Miss Mary Carr, both of Vernon.  (New Jersey Herald, October 27, 1828)

The county clerk's office yesterday issued a marriage license to Edward Morris and Mary M. Sanders, both of Boise.  License was also issued to Otto Downard and Sarah Berkley, giving Boise as their address.  (Idaho Statesman, November 4, 1906)

MARRIAGE LICENSE: Asa J. Durant and Miss Wilma M. Ballinger were yesterday granted a license to wed.  Both are residents of Boise.  (Idaho Statesman, November 8, 1902)

At a ceremony performed in the garden of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hallstrom, at 8 p.m. Thursday Miss Ila Fern Hallstrom was united in wedlock to Lieut. Marvin T. Edmison, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Edmison of Payette, Ida.  Dr. Bert L. Story officiated in the presence of 125 guests.  Marjorie Smith, Ada Charlotte Miller and Ruth Surber furnished the violin and flute music.  Miss Grace Hallstrom, sister of the bride, sang.  The trio also performed during the reception which followed the ceremony. The bride's only attendant was her sister, Evelyn, who wore a floor length dress of petal pink lace with matching bolero.  It was made on princess lines.  Her bouquet was of Briarcliff roses and delphiniums.  The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of chiffon made floor length with a flared skirt.  It was made on Grecian lines with a close fitted placket of rose point lace fastened with a high neckline trimmed with self covered buttons.  The long fitted sleeves came to points over the hands.  Her finger tip veil was of illusion net and gathered into a cap trimmed with calla lilies and orange blossoms.  Gilbert Edmunds served his brother-in-law as best man.  Following the ceremony there was a reception and tall baskets of gladioli formed the background for the tables which were lighted with pink tapers and centered with bouquets of pink roses.  The couple will be at home at Faribault, Minn., where Mr. Edmison is an instructor in science and military science at the Shattuck school.  They are taking a two weeks trip into Northern Minnesota.  The bride chose for travel a costume made of black sheer trimmed in white with matching accessories.  (Nebraska State Journal, August 18, 1939)

Miss Cordia V. Doty and Mr. John Eveland were married at the M.E. Church, Greensboro, on the 24th inst., by Rev. Dr. Hoffecker.  (Denton Journal, 27 December 1902)

Mr. and Mrs. John Eveland, Misses Pearl and Madge Eveland attended the wedding of their grandson and nephew, Robert F. Eveland, of Queen Anne, to Miss Charlene Robertson, of Centreville, which took place on Saturday, Dec. 19, at St. Benedict's Catholic Church, Ridgely.  A reception was held at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eveland.  (Denton Journal, December 25, 1959)

The marriage of Miss Virginia Emma Messix, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Messix, near town, and Mr. Robert J. Eveland, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Eveland, of Hillsboro, took place on Wednesday, Jan. 3rd, at four o'clock, in Saint Benedict's Catholic Church.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. James O'Reilly and Mrs. Carey Callahan and Miss Hazel Lynch furnished the music.  A shower and dance were given the young couple at the home of the bride's parents on Tuesday evening.  (Denton Journal, January 13, 1934)

Morenci, Mich., Sept. 17 - A most beautiful wedding occurred on Wednesday at noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cosper Rorick, when their daughter, Leila, was united in marriage to Mr. Albert Foster.  The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Trevor C. Jones in the presence of a large number of guests, all of whom, however, were immediate relatives or near friends of the contracting parties.  The color scheme of the decorations was green and white, and was carried out in white asters, white  carnations, lilies, and smilax; while just back of the improvised altar was a massive bank of palms.  The bride was dressed in cream crepe de chine and carried a shower bouquet of white rosebuds.  She was attended by her cousins, Miss Irene Jewett, of Dayton, O., and Miss Bessie Bennett, of Detroit.  These bridesmaids were becomingly gowned in white, and carried shower bouquets of pink roses.  Mr. Shirley Foster, brother of the groom, acted as best man, while Dr. Ewart and Mr. Norman Horton did duty as ushers. Following the ceremony an elegant four course dinner was served, Mrs. Miller, of Adrian, being the caterer, while Jackson's orchestra, of the same city, discoursed sweet music.  The gifts were numerous and costly, consisting mainly of cut-glass, silver, china and linen.  Among these were a set of solid silver all in the same pattern, of knives, forks, tea, dessert and table spoons, oyster forks, from the immediate family of the bride, and one hundred dollars in gold from Mr. Oscar Foster, the groom's father.  Mr. and Mrs. Foster left on the afternoon car for Toledo, Detroit, and other points of interest.  After their return they will reside in their new home on East street, which is already prepared for their occupancy.  Mrs. Foster is a graduate of Adrian college, and was for the last two years a teacher in our public schools, where her work was of a very high order.  Socially she is much admired and greatly esteemed for her many excellent qualities.  Mr. Foster is cashier of the First National bank, which position he has held for four years.  He is a young man of excellent business qualities and a great favorite in society.  The guests from out of town were Mr. Horton Rorick, wife and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spitzer, Toledo; Mrs. Rorick Bennett and daughters, Mrs. Willis Clark, Miss Bessie Bennett, Detroit; Mrs. Dr. Jewett and daughter, Irene, of Dayton, O.; Mr. George Horton and family, Fruit Ridge; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Porter, Packard; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Will Foster, Shirley Foster, Orlin Rumsey, Mrs. and Miss Carmichael, Hudson. (Adrian Daily Telegram, September 17, 1903)

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cowdin on Friday evening attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Francis of Oxford.  The affair was a surprise to the honored couple and was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groover at Oakwood.  (Lake Orion Review, November 26, 1948)
The marriage of Dorothy Rogers to Lyle Fritz, of Pontiac, took place on Friday, February 12, at the M.E. parsonage at Clarkston.  The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chetwood, of Pontiac.  The bride was a former student in the Oxford High School and lived with her grandmother, Mrs. Ella Bailey.  (Lake Orion Review, February 26, 1937)

GILE DEWEESE.  By the Rev. T.H. Calloway, at the residence of J.B. Walling, on the 26th inst., Mr. J. P. Gile [sic] and Mrs. Roselle Deweese [sic].  (Idaho Statesman, May 28, 1872)

Mr. and Mrs. William Casper Tyrrell of Beaumont, Texas, have announced to friends here the engagement of their daughter, Miss Carol Tyrrell, to Harold Moyer Gilmore of Philadelphia.  The wedding will take place in Belmond, Iowa, on Sept. 21.  (New York Times, August 15, 1929)

James Glandon and Miss Janette Jacks were married December 30, at 201 Eleventh street at the residence of the pastor of the White Temple.  Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher performed the ceremony.  (Portland Oregonian, December 23, 1906)

At Dallas, Polk county, Seymour Glandon and Jennie Walling.  (Portland Oregonian, October 12, 1886)

Jennie L. Glandon vs. T.S. Glandon, decree of divorce granted.  (Portland Oregonian, March 20, 1892)

Jack Greaves and Honora Falconer of Sulphur were married at the court house Wednesday with Mrs. Geraldine Johnson and Mrs. Wilmo Green as witnesses.  The coupler were married by Justice of the Peace Clarence L. Young.  (Nevada State Journal, April 10, 1937)

FIFTY YEARS AGO (1902):  Invitations have been issued to the wedding of Miss Myrtle Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Plumbley, of Oxford, to Levi Groover, which will take place on December 31.  (Lake Orion Review, December 18, 1952)

Gusses Honored for 25 Years:  More than 100 friends and relatives attended the open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Donald Guss of Litchfield, on their 25th wedding anniversary at the home of Mrs. Guss' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Solomon Sunday afternoon.  The lovely party was planned and given by the children of Mr. and Mrs. Guss, Mr. and Mrs. William VanArdsdalen of Hillsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boley of Addison, and Cheryl and Rich Guss of Litchfield.  The Solomon home was beautifully decorated with lovely bouquets, gifts to the honored couple.  Refreshments were served from a beautifully appointed table centered with a large decorated wedding cake trimmed with roses, lilies of the valley and silver bells.  Tall lighted tapers were on either side.  Mrs. M.E. Sweezey presided at the silver coffee service.  Mrs. Guss' sister, Mrs. Vernon Combs of Toledo, presided at the punch bowl.  Mrs. Glenn Guss cut the cake and her daughter, Paula Sue, was in charge of the guest book.  Mr. and Mrs. Guss received many lovely gifts.  They also received a telephone call in the evening from Mrs. Guss' brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Solomon of Hutchinson, Kan.  (Adrian Daily Telegram, May 2, 1960)

Announcement is made by Mrs. Ruth M. Barnett of Lancaster and Alva E. Barnett of Bremen Route 1 of the engagement of their daughter, Sandra K. Barnett, to Stephen R. Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion R. Hanson of Junction City.  The wedding will be Saturday, Aug. 21, in the United Brethren in Christ Church in Lancaster.  Miss Barnett is a graduate of Fairfield Union High School and Ohio University and is a teacher in the Lancaster City School System.  Mr. Hanson is a graduate of New Lexington High School and attended Huntington College, Huntington, Ind.  He is employed by Fruehauf Trailer Division in Columbus.  (Zanesville Times-Recorder, May 26, 1976)

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartley, of Roseville, will hold open house at their home from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17, in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary.  Mrs. Hartley is the former Julia Armstrong, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Armstrong of Roseville. She and Mr. Hartley, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartley of Crooksville, were married October 17, 1921, in Zanesville.  Mr. Hartley is semi-retired from Robinson-Ransbottom Pottery.  For many years he has been associated with the Roseville Fire Department.  The couple has four children,  Mrs. Richard (Mildred) Lucas, Mrs. Vern (Bonnie) King and Mrs. Jack (Maxine) Shields, all of Roseville and Arthur Hartley of 2154 Norwood boulevard.  There are eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.  (Zanesville Times-Recorder, October 10, 1971)

Miss Clara M. Sweeney, of Jefferson township, and Mr. Alonzo J. Heckler, of Jackson township, were married on Thursday, May 5, at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. O.A. Sweeney, 1423 Oakland avenue, at 2:30 o'clock. After the wedding ceremony, which was performed by Rev. C.B. Sweeney, a fine dinner was served the company.  Both bride and groom are estimable young people from well known and highly esteemed families of Allen county.  There were present at the wedding Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heckler, Rev. and Mrs. C.B. Sweeney and daughter, ElsieMr. and Mrs. O.A. Sweeney and Miss Grace Sweeney.  Mr. and Mrs. Heckler will live in Jackson township.  (Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel, May 11, 1910)
A wedding of much interest last Thursday was that of Miss Clara Sweeney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sweeney, and Mr. Alonzo Heckler, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Dan Heckler.  The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's brother in Fort Wayne.  A brother of the bride, Rev. C.R. Sweeney [sic], performed the ceremony in the presence of a few relatives of the bride and groom.  Mr. and Mrs. Heckler will make their home on a farm in Jackson township.  (Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, May 14, 1910)

Word has been received from San Francisco, Cal., of the wedding there in the chapel of Grace Cathedral of Miss Harriett Carol Rorick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rorick of Portland and Ralph Craven Hird, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Hird of Englewood, N.J.  Canon Prendergast officiated.  The bride was given in marriage by F.G. Blickfelt, the bridegroom's father.  She wore traditional white satin with tulle veil and carried a shower bouquet of white orchids.  Miss Jane Kieffer of Olympia, Wash., was the bride's only attendant.  She wore a seagreen satin dress with Juliet cap of gold sequins and carried yellow chrysanthemums. A reception was held afterwards at the home of the newlyweds, 1603 Jones street.  Assisting were Miss Patricia Sambuck and Miss Evelyn Holbrook.  (Portland Oregonian, October 24, 1943)

Miss Elizabeth Smith, of Burke, and George Losey Hutchinson, head chemist at the Dairyman's League plant at Burke, were married Oct. 10 at the home of the bride.  Mr. Hutchinson is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hutchinson, of Lawrenceville, where he resided until about two years ago.  (Wellsboro Agitator, October 11, 1922)

In Lawrenceville, October 13, 1875, by Rev. Paul Smith, Mr. Wm. Hutchinson, to Miss Ella Power, only daughter of W.M. Dyer Power, all of Lawrenceville.  (Wellsboro Agitator, October 26, 1875

Port Jervis, Nov. 21 -- Miss Jennie Van Sickle, daughter of Emmet Van Sickle, and Earl W. Kellam, both of Port Jervis, were married at the home of the bride, 43 Sussex street, that city, Wednesday evening.  Among the out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaselitz and son Emil, of Middletown, and Miss Flora Ronk of Goshen.  (Middletown Times-Press, November 21, 1919)

During the reception to the State School faculty at the Warwick Methodist Church Tuesday evening of last week, the pastor of the church, Rev. William H. Austin, was called out to perform a marriage at the parsonage. The bridegroom was Garret Kemble, of Sussex, and the bride was Miss Marjorie Williams, of Hamburg.  They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Search of Hamburg. (Sussex Independent, February 25, 1937)

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hanson went to Cedar Rapids Saturday evening to attend the wedding Miss Marion Tyrrell and Hall Koontz. The wedding took place at St. John's Episcopal church.  The Hansons' daughter, Dorothy, of Denver, Colo., was a bridesmaid.  (Wright County Monitor, April 21, 1955)

Announcement has been made of the marriage of Ethel Williams and Fred Lanning which took place in Wheeling, W. Va. on February 11.  A wedding dinner was served at the home of Mrs. Frank Barks, West Taylor street, following the announcement.  Mrs. Barks is the bride's sister.  (Zanesville Times-Recorder, May 23, 1936)

MARRIED 60 YEARS:  "There has been absolute harmony in our home for sixty years," remarked Joel W. Linderman yesterday to Mrs. Linderman.  They were celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage.  Neither could give the reason that they got along so well, unless it was that she never drank tea or coffee, and he drank them both.  Mr. and Mrs. Linderman are spending their closing years together at St. Ann's home, near Techny.  He reads and smokes and she reads and sews.  Mr. Linderman is 83 years old and his wife 77.  After the anniversary exercises were over the old couple sat together recalling old times.  Early in their married lives they spent their winters in a Wisconsin lumber camp, sixty miles from a railroad.  He was boss of the camp and she of the kitchen.  Mrs. Linderman did not see a white woman from September until April.  They were married in Oakland county, Michigan.  (Chicago Tribune, July 9, 1916)

A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Burns, 548 Frederick street, Tuesday evening, November 25, at 8 o'clock, when their youngest daughter, Monica Dorothy, was married to Carey Verne Loosley.  The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Gregory, of the Sacred Heart Church.  Mr. and Mrs. Loosley will pass their honeymoon in Southern California.  On their return they will be at home to friends at Fort Klamath.  (Portland Oregonian, November 29, 1913)

MARRIAGE LICENSES: Edward M. Loosley, 22, and Blanche L. Bounty, 23, both of Beckwith.  (Nevada State Journal, September 24, 1922)

Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to the following:  Daniel H. Freeman, 21, Reno, and Agnes Marshall, 21, Reno; Harold A. Loosley, 21, Beckwith, Cal., and Glenna M. Scalf, 18, Portala, Cal. (Nevada State Journal, May 21, 1915)

Miss Mildred Hartley of Roseville will become the bride of Richard Lucas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lucas of Calvert street, in a ceremony to be performed June 2 in Roseville Methodist church.  Miss Hartley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartley of Roseville.  The ceremony will be performed in open church.  (Zanesville Times-Recorder, May 19, 1946)
Miss Marion Louise Robertson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Robertson of 21 Walnut St., Newark, N.J., and Ford W. Margarum of Sussex, were married last night at the bride's home by the Rev. Dr. Robert Scott Inglis, pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, North.  Miss Robertson is a former student at Blair Academy and Mr. Margarum is the President of the Farmers National Bank of Sussex.  His grandfather and father each occuped the same position. (New York Times, November 29, 1916)

MARRIED -- SMITH:  At New Milford, April 6th,, by Rev. D.T. Howell, Henry W. Margarum and Maggie M. Smith.  (Middletown Times Herald, April 14, 1892)

MARRIAGE LICENSE:  Delbert E. Mason, 23, lineman, Newark, and Helen B. McIntosh, 19, Newark. Rev. F.E. Halloway to officiate.  (Newark Advocate, August 3, 1914)
In the presence of relatives and a few close friends of the contracting parties John L. McGee and Bertha A. Gile, both of Boise, were married yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, 510 North Second street, Rev. I.F. Roach officiated.  (Idaho Statesman, November 1, 1902)

At 7 o'clock Monday evening Dr. L.C. Sparks united in marriage Miss Beryl Crosby and Mr. Ross McIntosh, both of Newark.  The ceremony was solemnized at the residence of Rev. Mr. Sparks in North Fifth street and they were unattended.  Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh will make their home in this city.  (Newark Advocate, January 6, 1914)

KELLY-MILLIKEN NUPTIAL.  Mrs. Mary Kelly, daughter of Mrs. Frank Groover and the late Mr. Grover [sic], former Oxford residents, was married to Paul Milliken at Lansing, Sept. 2.  Dr. R.M. Bartlett officiated at the 3 o'clock service in the chapel of the Plymouth Congregational church at Lansing.  A bouquet of red roses accented the bride's navy blue costume.  Attending the couple were the bride's cousin and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Libby of Lansing.  A reception at the Libby home was held during the evening of the ceremony.  (Lake Orion Review, September 22, 1950)

Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Margaret Jeanne Rorick, daughter of C.M. Rorick of Morenci and Mrs. Elsie Rorick of Toledo, to Sgt. E.C. Mireau, stationed at Parris Island, S.C., which took place Saturday in Philadelphia.  (Adrian Daily Telegram, November 16, 1943)
The engagement of Ethel Walling and James W. Mott was announced at an attractive luncheon given by Gertrude Walling and Ruth Carlson at the home of the latter.  The rooms were effectively arranged with autumn foliage and chrysanthemums.  Cover were laid for the following:  Ethel Walling, Mrs. Frank Mihnos, Mrs. Sam Whiteside, Mrs. George Dewey, Edith Mihnos, Dorothea Koerber, Frances Reisch, Adelaide Sheasgreen, Gertrude Walling, and Ruth Carlson.  The date set for the wedding is December 14.  Miss Walling was an O.A.C. girl, having finished in 1916.  Mr. Mott attended the University of Oregon and Stanford and finished his education at Columbia university and the New York School of Dramatic Art.  He is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity.  At present Mr. Mott is practicing law in Astoria.  Both Miss Walling and Mr. Mott were former Salem people.  (Portland Oregonian, November 16, 1919)

Announcement was made last week of the wedding of Miss Clarabell Roarick [sic] of Detroit and Lucien Mueller, of this city, which took place Feb. 5 in Detroit.  The couple have returned to Decatur and are staying with Mr. Mueller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mueller, until their own home, 1537 North Church street, is ready for them.  Mr. Mueller has been in the ordnance department in the army service for a little more than a year.  He was stationed first at Washington and then at Detroit.  He received his release on Jan. 14.  His bride is a member of a prominent Detroit family.  (Decatur Review, March 2, 1919)

A beautiful wedding ceremony was conducted at noon Saturday when Miss Frances Ayers and Merle Leon Nearhood were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage.  The Rev. Connell officiated.  The bride wore a beautiful dress of blue taffeta and a cerise hat. Following the ceremony Harry Ayers, brother of the bride, catered to a three-course dinner at the home of the bride.  Immediately after the dinner Mr. and Mrs. Nearhood left by boat from Sandusky for Detroit and Kalamazoo, Mich.  In the latter city they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Perin.  Mr. and Mrs. Nearhood are popular young people of Clyde and their many friends unite in wishing them happiness in the coming years.  (Sandusky Star Journal, August 23, 1921)

Clyde, O., August 13 – Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Nearhood will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, August 18, by holding open house from two to six in the afternoon at their home on Mulberry-st.  Mr. and Mrs. Nearhood were married in Clyde on August 20, 1921 at the Clyde Methodist Church by the Rev. T.L. McConnell and have spent their married life in Clyde.  Mrs. Nearhood is the former Frances Ayers and is an active member of the Methodist Church and of Clyde Chapter No. 73, Order of the Eastern Star.  Mr. Nearhood is a well known and popular barber, having his shop at the corner of Main and Buckeye-sts.  He also, is an active member of the Methodist Church having served at one time in the capacity of treasurer for twelve years.  Mr. Nearhood is a member of Monticello Lodge No. 244. F. & A.M. and is a past master of that organization.  Two nieces of the Nearhooods will assist in the festivities, Mrs. Alfred Mann of Clyde and Mrs. James Willis who, with her two children, will arrive from Baltimore, Md., Sunday morning.  Other friends who will assist are Mrs. Roy James, Mrs. Glenna Kistler of Clyde and Mrs. Orville Gilbert of Cleveland.  (Sandusky Register-Star News, August 13, 1946)

Former Assemblyman and Mrs. Frederick Northrup on Saturday quietly celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage at their country home, “Weilkelt Farm,” near this city.  They were the recipients of felicitations from many friends and neighbors in the vicinity, and also from Poughkeepsie, their former home, Albany, New York and Washington, D.C.  (Middletown Times-Press, January 8, 1917)

PRETTY CEREMONY AT THE BEHNLEIN HOME:  Rev. R.W. Crunewald, pastor of the Pilgrim Evangelical church, officiated at a pretty wedding Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Behnlein on the West Pike where the marriage ceremony was performed for Miss Viola Yocom and Mr. Lonnie ParrillMiss Mildred Yocom, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Frank Barks was best man.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Parrill are residents of this city.  Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at which 30 guests were present.  Mr. and Mrs. Parrill left for a short trip later and upon their return will make their home in this city.  (Zanesville Signal, September 4, 1927)

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED -- Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Alleman, of Oxford, recently announced the engagement of their daughter, Ruth E. Alleman, to Ted Pearson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pearson, 9230 Cooley Lake road, Milford. Miss Alleman is a graduate of the Lake Orion High School.  (Lake Orion Review, May 5, 1944)

MISS LENA SKINNER TO WED ROCHESTER YOUNG MAN:  Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Skinner, of 53 Andrews avenue, Lake Orion, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Lena, to Leslie Peters, of Rochester, Michigan.  The marriage will take place October 17th.  They will be attended by the bride's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Teller, of Lake Orion.  Following the ceremony they will leave immediately for a short trip to Niagara Falls. The young couple will make their home at 323 Castell avenue, Rochester, Michigan.  (Lake Orion Review, October 9, 1936)

Mr. Byron Poore, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Poore, of Greensboro, and Miss Ethel M. Eveland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Eveland, near Hillsboro, were married by Rev. W.O. Bennett, in Greensboro, on Tuesday morning.  (Denton Journal, July 19, 1924)

THIRTY YEARS AGO:  The news has but recently become known of the marriage of Lee Porritt and Miss Winifred Bailey, the Fourth of July.  Mr. Porritt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Porritt, of Seymour Lake, and who formerly lived here in Orion. Mrs. Porritt is the daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Bailey, of Brandon.  Both young people are well and popularly known.  Everyone extends congratulations and best wishes.  (Lake Orion Review, September 17, 1937)

Joan Marie Fuller and William Edward Porritt spoke their nuptial vows at noon Saturday, Sept. 16, at our Lady of the Lakes church at Waterford. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Fuller of 6420 Bridge Lake road and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Porritt of East Church street, Clarkston.  The Rev. F.J. Delaney read the double ring ceremony in the presence of 150 guests. Geraldine Pacer was matron of honor and Joan Booth and Elaine Porritt were bridesmaids.  William Howland was best man and Arnold Pacer and William McDiarmid ushered.  A wedding breakfast was served at the Fuller home for the immediate families and wedding party. In the evening a reception for 150 guests was held in Clarkston.  The bridegroom is connected with the Porritt Dairy here and is a member of the local Chamber of Commerce. (Lake Orion Review, September 22, 1950)

An enjoyable social affair was the variety shower given by Mrs. Roy Smith at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Howe, in this place [Lawrenceville], last Saturday afternoon, for Miss Ida Hutchinson, in honor of her approaching marriage.  Sixteen guests were present. Light refreshments were served and the bride-elect was the recipient of many gifts.  The decorations were in yellow and white.  Miss Hutchinson and Allen Price will be married Wednesday.  (The Wellsboro Agitator, July 10, 1912)

Lawrenceville, July 15. -- On Wednesday evening, July 10th, Miss Ida C. Hutchinson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hutchinson, was married to Allen G. Price, at the home of the bride's parents.  The ceremony was performed under an arch of daisies and ferns by Rev. J.J. Wolf, pastor of the Presbyterian church.  The wedding march was played by Miss Ethel Price, sister of the groom.  The wedding presents were numerous and valuable.  Only relatives were present.  A bountiful supper was served, Mrs. Hilton Hamlin, caterer.  After a wedding trip to Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Lake Keuka Mr. and Mrs. Price will reside in Lawrenceville.  Their many friends wish them much joy.  (Wellsboro Agitator, July 17, 1912)

JOHN REITH TO WED MISS MARIAN BROWN:  Cards of invitation to the wedding of  Miss Marian Brown of Los Angeles and John L. Reith of this city were received by friends of the family here today.  The date of the ceremony is set for Saturday evening, April 5, at 8:30 in the First Baptist church in Los Angeles.  (Woodland Daily Record, March 21, 1919)

Ardsley-on-Hudson, N.Y., Jan. 25 -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Livingston Stover have made known the engagement of their daughter, Louise Milne Stover, to John T. Roberts of Hingham, Mass.  He is the son of Capt. Reed T. Roberts, U.S.N., retired, and Mrs. Roberts of Chevy Chase, Md.  Miss Stover, who made her debut at the 1954 Westchester Cotillion, was graduated from the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry.  She is a senior at Wellesley College.  The late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Livingston Stover of Lowell, Mass., and the late Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson Milne of New York and Lakeville, Conn., were her grandparents.  Mr. Roberts prepared at the Brooks School, North Andover, Mass., for Massachusetts Institute of Technology, from which he graduated last June.  (New York Times, January 26, 1958)

Elmsford, N.Y., Sept. 6 -- Miss Louise Milne Stover and John Tyssowski Roberts were married here this afternoon in the Protestant Episcopal Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. Walter H. McNeeley.  A reception was held at Beech Hill, the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Livingston Stover.  The bridegroom is the son of Capt. Reed T. Roberts, U.S.N., retired, and Mrs. Roberts of Chevy Chase, Md.  Miss Carol Millholland was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were the Misses Jean Stover, a sister of the bride; Jane Roberts, sister of the bridegroom; Anne Fiske, Gail Dix and Yvonne Laan.  Karl Corley was best man.  Miss Roberts, who made her deubt at the 1954 Westchester Cotillion, was graduated from the Masters School and in June from Wellesley College.  She is a provisional member of the Junior League of Tarrytown.  Her husband, who is attending the law school of the University of Virginia, is an alumnus of the Brooks School, North Andover, Mass., and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, class of '57.  He is a second lieutenant in the Army Reserve.  (New York Times, September 7, 1958)
A June wedding is being planned by Kiki V. Maniatis and F. James Robinson, III, whose engagement has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christo E. Maniatis, of Pittsfield, Mass.  The bride-elect was graduated from Pittsfield High School, Cazenovia Junior College and, in 1974, from Briarcliff College, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.  Mr. Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. James Robinson, II, of Merriweather road, is completing his studies toward a Masters degree in Business Administration at the University of North Carolina Business School at Chapel Hill.  He was graduated from Phillips Andover Academy, Andover, Mass., and from Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., in 1974.  (Grosse Pointe News, January 8, 1976)

Miss Emma M. Wheeler, daughter of Mrs. Dora Wheeler, and William E. Rochelle, son of Mrs. Ida Rochelle slipped away to Newport on Monday and were quietly married there.  The couple was unattended.  The couple will reside for the present with the bride's mother.  (Hamilton Evening Journal, July 6, 1923)

Morenci Observer:  The “Roricks” had one of their characteristic gatherings last Tuesday to celebrate the tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bert RorickMrs. Dr. Bennett, of Detroit, was among the number present.  Her daughters, Bessie and Georgia, sent to the couple a big tin horn, and on the accompanying card was written this wish:  “Hope you will toot your horn for ten years more.”  (Adrian Daily Telegram, September 21, 1895)
Casper Rorick [sic] is going to be married to a Miss Spaulding, of Detroit, on Wednesday of this week.  The will occupy the fine residence which Mr. Rorick erected on Main street last summer.  (Adrian Daily Telegram, November 19, 1894).
MARRIAGE OF EVANSTON GIRL:  Miss Margaret Ruth Lloyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lloyd of 1106 Elmwood avenue, was married to Curtis Kennedy Rorick, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Rorick of Seneca, Mich., yesterday at the home of the bride's parents.  (Chicago Daily Tribune, March 4, 1917)

There was a wedding at the office of the clerk of the district court, yesterday.  The contracting parties were D.D. Rorick and Martha A. Peet, both of Monticello.  The ceremony was performed by Judge F.O. Ellison.  Mr. Rorick is a member of the bar, and a practicing attorney at Monticello.  He formerly resided at Oxford Junction.  (Monticello Express, February 27, 1919)

Martha Rorick secured a divorce from Dallas D. Rorick in the Linn county court last week on the grounds of desertion.  Mrs. Rorick is 65 years of age, and Mr. Rorick is 79 years old.  All the property in her possession is awarded to Mrs. Rorick.  (Monticello Express, January 14, 1926).

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Lloyd, formerly of Racine, now of Evanston, Ill., announce the marriage of their daughter, Margaret Ruth, to Curtis Kennedy Rorick, son of Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Rorick, of Seneca, Mich., the ceremony taking place Saturday, March 3, at the home of the bride's parents.  Mr. and Mrs. Rorick will be at home at Seneca.  (Racine Journal-News, March 9, 1917)

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett A. Blew, 2235 Northeast Thirty-seventh avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Nadine, to Elridge [sic] Rorick January 2 in Vancouver, Wash.  Mr. and Mrs. Rorick are now at home at 2425 Northeast Thirteenth avenue.  (Portland Oregonian, January 12, 1936)

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thompson Rorick celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday with a reception at their home.  Their daughter and son, Harriette and J.T. Rorick, Jr., received with them.  Mrs. Nelda Taylor assisted with arrangements.  (Portland Oregonian, December 24, 1937)

Mrs. J. King Byron and Jay Rorick were married September 2 by Rev. James Aiken Smith at the Byron home.  Richard Beach Byron gave his mother in marriage.  Mrs. Warren Kaley was matron of honor and Estell H. Rorick of the The Dalles was best man.  Mr. and Mrs. Rorick are now at home at 2032 N.E. Mason street after a wedding trip to Vancouver, B.C.  (Portland Oregonian, September 17, 1949)

In Elmira, December 15th, by Rev. Jas. E. Latimer, at the residence of the bride's father, John C. Rorick of Canandiaguw [sic], Mich., to Emma J. Whiting of Elmira. (Elmira Weekly Advertiser, December 20, 1862)

ADAMS -- RORICK:  Miss Ann Adams, who made her debut in 1948 in the Lake Forest home of her uncle and aunt, the William T. O'Donnells, is engaged to Richard Packard Rorick. Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell sent word from their present home in Ponte Vedra, Fla.  Mr. Rorick is the son of the Marvin H. Roricks of Perrysburg, O., and Palm Beach, Fla.  (Chicago Daily Tribune, March 25, 1957)

ANN ADAMS BRIDE:  Miss Ann Adams, niece of the William T. O'Donnells of Ponte Vedra, Fla., formerly of Lake Forest, was married to Richard Packard Rorick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Rorick of Perrysburg, O., and Palm Beach, Fla., yesterday in St. Paul's Catholic church,  Jacksonville Beach, Fla.  The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Adams of Pasadena, Cal.  A reception was held in the Ponte Vedra Club.  After a wedding trip to Jamaica, Mr. Rorick and his bride will live in Jacksonville, Fla.  (Chicago Daily Tribune, May 5, 1957)

Washingtonville -- Alice Ann Decker and Allan Thomas Schadt were wed Sept. 25 at the First Presbyterian Church in Washingtonville. Rev. Dent officiated.  A reception followed at Monell Fireman's Hall in Washingtonville.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Decker of Washingtonville.  The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schadt of Eldred.  Faye Anson of Rock Tavern was the matron of honor.  Mike Anson, Sr. of Rock Tavern was the best man.  The bride is a graduate of Washingtonville High School.  Her husband is a graduate of Eldred High School.  He is employed with the United Postal System.  After a wedding trip through lower New York state, they will live in Barryville.  (Middletown Times-Herald, December 3, 1976)
Mrs. Dorothy Fritz and son, Billie, attended the Porritt-Sharrock wedding reception held at the Veterans Hall in Drayton Plains, Tuesday evening, November 3.  Mrs. Sharrock is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Porritt of Clarkston, Mich. (Lake Orion Review, November 12, 1953)

Luther Clay Slavens, Jr., and Miss Bessie Sutton were married yesterday at the home of the bride's parents, Judge and Mrs. J.P. Sutton, 1911 East Twelfth street.  The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. J.E. Roberts.  Only the immediate members of the family and the contracting parties were present.  Mr. and Mrs. Slavens started last evening on a wedding trip through the east.  (Kansas City Times, October 13, 1893)

The Democrat has received the announcements and wedding cake, and there is no doubt that Miss Bessie Sutton, who was born and educated in Cheboygan and has so many friends here among the young, was happily married at Kansas City, Oct. 12, the Kansas City Times says.  The marriage of Mr. Luther Clay Slavens, Jr. to Miss Bessie Sutton was solemnized last Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Sutton, 1911 East Twelfth Street.  It was a home wedding and only the immediate families were present.  The bridal couple left on the evening train and will visit Chicago, Washington, Baltimore, New York and Boston.  They will be at home to friends at Thirty-third and Baltimore avenue on Thursdays in November.  Miss Bessie has a host of friends in Cheboygan who will wish her the greatest happiness in the new life she has entered upon. (Cheboygan Democrat, October 21, 1893)

Miss Janie Owens, Placer Union High School senior, recently announced her engagement to Clarence Steves, Jr. of Pilot Hill.  Wedding plans are indefinite.  Miss Owens is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Owens of Greenwood.  The couple are planning to build their home at Pilot Hill. (Mountain Democrat, October 14, 1948)

Mr. and Mrs. John Mott Walbridge of Short Hills, N.J., have announced that their daughter, Catherine W. Tulis, plans to marry Chandler F. Stimmel, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Stimmel of Slingerlands, N.Y., on May 30.  Ms. Tulis, whose marriage ended in divorce, graduated from the Kent Place School and Colgate University. Her father is a vice president of Citibank and regional head of its private banking division in New York. The future bride is a direct descendant of the first mayor of New York, Thomas Willett, who first served in 1665.  Mr. Stimmel, an investment officer for the First Agricultural Bank in Pittsfield, Mass., graduated from Albany Academy and Hamilton College. His father is associate counsel to the New York State Comptroller.  (New York Times, March 15, 1987)

Mrs. Mayme Search Flesher has returned from Indianapolis where she was a guest at the wedding of her niece, Miss Mary Elizabeth Search, to Robert Stone, which took place Thursday.  The wedding was elaborate, and was held at the Episcopal church in Indianapolis.  Mrs. Flesher was also a guest at the rehearsal dinner held at the Indianapolis Athletic Club on Wednesday evening. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Search, former local residents, and has frequently visited here.  She is a graduate of Butler college, Indianapolis.  Mr. Stone is a graduate of Purdue, and is a  chemical engineer.  The couple will live in Indianapolis.  (Zanesville Times-Recorder, December 1, 1936)

The marriage of Miss Margaret Louise Milne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Milne, to Charles Livingston Stover, son of Mrs. Charles L. Stover of Lowell, Mass., took place yesterday afternoon in the chapel of St. Bartholomew's Church.  The Right Reverend Fred Ingley, Coadjutor Bishop of Colorado, performed the ceremony in the presence of a small gathering.  The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of blue chiffon and a picture hat.  Mrs. Richard Kates Paynter, Jr. of Princeton, N.J., was the bride's only attendant.  She wore a gown of apricot-colored chiffon and a picture hat.  She carried a bouquet of delphinium and  African daisies.  Richard Stover was best man and  Victor Dockmeyer of Bronxville, N.Y., was usher.  (New York Times, April 28 , 1932)

Sarah Ann Michels, a daughter of Presiding Judge Herman Douglas Michels of the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey and Mrs. Michels of Short Hills, N.J., was married yesterday to Harlan Lynn Strader Jr., a son of Mr. and Mrs. Strader of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The Episcopal ceremony was performed by the Rev. Parkman D. Howe Jr., assisted by the Rev. David Earnest, at Christ Church of Short Hills.   Martha Michels was maid of honor for her sister and Paul K. Strader best man for his brother. Mrs. Strader, a graduate of Skidmore College, is an advertising sales representative for Pensions and Investment Age magazine in New York. Her mother, Ann H. Michels, is a wildlife artist.  Mr. Strader, an advisory officer with the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association/College Retirement Equities Fund in New York, graduated from the Darrow School in New Lebanon, N.Y., and Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C. His father is personnel director of ACR Electronics in Hollywood, Fla.  (New York Times, December 9, 1984)

The marriage of Sarah Jane Wilson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson Jr. of Rock Island, Ill., to Paul Kinnan Strader, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan L. Strader of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., took place yesterday at the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club in Oyster Bay, L.I. The Rev. T.Carleton Lee performed the Episcopal ceremony.   (New York Times, June 7, 1987)

Holly, Mich., June 7. – Mrs. Erma Sutton started divorce proceedings against Elmer J. Sutton, to whom she was married Nov. 2, 1911.  Her former name was Erma Lockwood.  They have a 10-year old child of whom the mother asks the custody.  (Flint Journal, June 7, 1922)

SUTTON -- PALMER:  On Wednesday, Nov. 24, att Grace Church, in the City of New York, by the Rev. Karl Reiland, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Sutton, father of the bridegroom, Katharine Jeanette Palmer, daughter of Ablah W. Palmer, of Amenia, N.Y., to Frederick Judson Holden Sutton.  (New York Times, November 25, 1909)

Grace Church in New York was the scene Wednesday, November 24th, of a nuptial ceremony by which Miss Katherine Jeannette Palmer of Amenia became the wife of Mr. Frederick Judson Holden Sutton, a son of the Rev. J. Ford Sutton, D.D.  The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Roland S. Palmer, and Mr. Sutton’s best man was his classmate, Mr. William Pell of New York.  The nuptial knot was tied in the most approved style in the beautiful and fashionable church by Rev. Karl Reiland, the assistant rector in charge since Dr. Huntington’s death, assisted by Dr. Sutton, the father of the groom.  Only members of the immediate families were present.  Mr. Sutton is a graduate of Princeton College, class of ’98, and is at present connected by Guaranty Trust Company of New York.  After the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Sutton left New York on their bridal trip south to Pinehurst, North Carolina, and Aiken, South Carolina.  In common with many Amenia friends of the fair bride, the Times begs to extend its hearty felicitations to Mr. and Mrs. Sutton and sincere wishes for many happy years of wedded life.  (Amenia Times, November 27, 1909)

On the 24th of December, by Rev. Mr. Sedan, Mr. Jacob Sutton, of Hardiston, to Miss Tarrissa Cox [sic] of Frankford.  (New Jersey Herald, January 30, 1826)

The marriage of the Rev. Dr. J. Ford Sutton and the widow of A.M. Sutton was celebrated yesterday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church by Rev. Howard Duffield.  The wedding was a quiet affair, only the sons of the Rev. Dr. Sutton and a few near relatives being present.  (New York Daily Tribune, June 28, 1901)

Married at Woodburn.  On Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the home of the bride occurred the wedding of Miss Bertha Hall, of Woodburn, and the Rev. Burt Sweeney, of Gar Creek. Almost forty guests, relatives and friends of the bride and groom, were present to witness the ceremony, which was conducted by Rev. A.D. Burkett, of Woodburn, and Rev. E.A. Bunner, of Fort Wayne.  Mr. Elmer Sweeney, a brother of the bridegroom, acted as groomsman and Miss Devilbiss, of Fort Wayne, as bridesmaid.  Miss Bessie Devilbiss preceded as maid of honor.  After the ceremony the friends of the couple united in extending their congratulations  and in wishing them a prosperous journey through life.  The guests were then served with an excellent supper provided by the bride's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Putnam Hall. The young couple were the recipients of many useful and valuable presents.  The bride is a talented young lady, highly esteemed by her many friends, an earnest and tireless worker in the church, and will be a helpful companion to her husband, who is a promising young Methodist minister and a student of Taylor University.  (Fort Wayne News, August 14, 1903)

The folllowing marriage licenses have been issued;  Jacob Louis Sweeney to Lucy Rorick, August Goss to Mary J. McMaken, Oscar Briggs to Mary J. Sains, Henry Prang to Miena Muhlenbruck.  (Fort Wayne Sentinel, April 6, 1872)

SUSSEX, N.J., June 28 -- Miss Janet Robertson Margarum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Margarum of this place, was married tonight in the Sussex Presbyterian Church to Ralph Albert Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Taylor of Summit, N.J., by the pastor, the Rev. A.J.W. Mowatt.  The bride, given in marriage by her father, had her sister, Miss Martha Louise Margarum, for maid of honor.  Mr. Taylor's father was best man. (New York Times, June 29, 1940)

Crooksville -- Mr. annd Mrs. Asa Brown announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Dorothy, to Kenneth H. Teagarden, son of Mrs. Carl Deavers, of Coshocton.  The wedding was solemnized on Saturday, August 24, at Lima.  Rev. Mr. Granser, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated.  Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Runkel, of Zanesville.  The couple will make their home at 236˝ Adams street, Zanesville.  The bridegroom is employed by the Ohio Power Company.  (Zanesville Signal, August 31, 1940)

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Todd, 167 Summit Road, Summit Station, O., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with open house for relatives and friends in their home from 2 to 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon.  Their marriage took place 50 years ago on July 19, 1899, in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moran.  Mrs. Todd is now 68, and Mr. Todd is 71 years of age. He has been a carpenter for many years.  They have eight children and eleven grandchildren.  The children are Mrs. Esther L. Schwartzwalder of Columbus; Mrs. Olive L. Luick [sic] of Summit Station; Mrs. Agatha M. Wilkin of Cincinnati; Arthur R. Todd of Kansas City, Kan.; Russell C. Todd of Utica; Leland W. Todd of Cincinnati; and Marvin C. Todd and Glen G. Todd of the home.  (Newark Advocate, July 21, 1949)

Sewanee, Tenn., Jan. 13. -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Samuel Lancaster have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Evelyn Rachel Lancaster, to Mr. David Christie Tyrrell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Tyrrell, La.  An April 11 wedding is planned here in All Saints Chapel of the University of the South, where Miss Lancaster's father is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.  The future bride, who is with the books division of Time, Inc., attended the American Community School in Baghdad, Iraq, where her father was a Fulbright lecturer at the University of Baghdad.  She was graduated from St. Mary's College here and from Hollins College.  Miss Lancaster is a granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses E. Desporte of Biloxi, Miss., and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tazewell Lancaster of Floyd, Va.  Her fiancé, an alumnus of Washington and Lee University, is with Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborne, Inc., New York advertising agency.  He is a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Casper Tyrrell of Beaumont, Tex., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Guy Sample of Shreveport.  (New York Times, January 14, 1964)

UNIVERSITY COUPLE MARRIED:  Miss Ruth Emery of Ottumwa, Iowa, and Mr. H.F. Tyrrell of Belmond, Iowa, were united in marriage Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, at the Methodist parsonage, the Rev. Sylvester E. Ellis officiating.  The bride, who is the popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Emery of Ottumwa, attended the University of Iowa last year and is a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.  Mr. Tyrrell is a senior in the university school of commerce, and is affiliated with Sigma Chi fraternity.  He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Tyrrell, Jr.  The happy couple have returned from a brief wedding trip to Davenport, and both expect to attend the university this year.  They will be showered with congratulations from their many friends, to whom the news will come as a surprise. (Iowa City Press, August 8, 1921)

Miss Sara Streit Riker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marsh Riker of  83 Lincoln Park, Newark, was married to Andrew Van Blarcom in the South Park Presbyterian Church, Newark, last evening.  The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lyman Whitney Allen, pastor of the church.  The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Berrian Riker, while Leonard Van Blarcom [sic],  brother of the bridegroom, was best man.  The flower girls were Miss Marguerite Riker and Miss Prudence Durand, and the bridesmaids were Miss Elsie Riker of East Orange; Miss Alice Allen of Williamsport, Penn.; Miss Annie Orr of Pittsburg, Penn. [sic]; Miss Matilda Dodd, Miss Elizabeth Carter, and Miss Elsie Tripp of Newark.  The ushers were Harold Dodge, Franklin Conklin, Jr., and Henry Kays of Newton; Robert Southard, Charles Inslee, and Ralph Inslee of New York.  Owing to a recent death in the bride's family, there was no reception.  (New York Times, May 10, 1906)
Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Margaret Sergeant Lea, of South Orange, N.J., to Andrew Van Blarcom, Jr., who graduated from Princeton in 1929 and is a member of the Cloister Inn Club.  Mr. Van Blarcom, who has a number of friends in Princeton, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Van Blarcom of Newark.  He prepared for Princeton at the Newark Academy.  (Trenton Evening Times, January 22, 1931)

LEWIS VAN BLARCOM WEDS MISS HART AT NEWTON:  Announcement has just been made by Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Hart, of Newton, N.J., of the marriage of their daughter, Ethel, to Lewis Van Blarcom, prosecutor of Sussex county, also of Newton.  The ceremony was performed on January 18 last in New York City.  (Middletown Times Press, September 8, 1919)

Friends of Miss Evelyn Mitchell, of Canisteo, N.Y., formerly of Coshocton, have received announcements of her marriage, Saturday, April 22 to Edgar Van Sickle.  Miss Mitchell was engaged as teacher in the Coshocton public schools about five years, where she made many friends and acquaintances, who will be interested in her marriage.  (Coshocton Tribune, April 27, 1922)
Joseph Wagner, helper in the Pennsy machine shops, was off duty today to be married.  He and his bride left this afternoon for Chicago, where they will spend their honeymoon.  (Fort Wayne News, May 10, 1916)

MARRIED -- Aug. 26 at the residence of J.M. Libbeyy Esq. near Oswego, Clackamas county by Rev. G.H. Atkinson, Mr. Adam S. Walling (fourth son of Hon. Geo. Walling) and Miss Lizzie E. Libbey.  (Portland Oregonian, August 28, 1880)

WALLING-CLEMMENS -- At the home of the bride's parents, on Dry creek, Idaho, December 31st, 1883, by Rev. L.L. Shearer, Enos Walling and Miss Annie Clemmens. (Idaho Statesman, January 4, 1884)

Yamhill County.  Recent marriages are:  At Silverton, Miss Mary E. Patty and Chas. T. Moore; at Lafayette, Miss Josie Terry, of McMinnville, and G.E. Johnson, of Lafayette; at Amity, Dora Billings and Fred Walling.  (Portland Oregonian, October 14, 1886)

Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Walling of Polk county celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary October 20 at a family gathering.  Their children are Mrs. James Mott, Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Eva M. Purvine, Amity; Miss Gertrude Walling, Harold Walling and Jesse Walling, all of Salem. (Portland Oregonian, November 14, 1935)
A wedding of simplicity and charm was that of Miss Mabel Jerman and Jesse Walling, which took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Jerman, in Salem Sunday afternoon at half past two o'clock.  The house was fragrant with Spring blossoms, among which lilacs rather predominated.  The bridal party stood beneath a bower of the white blossoms of narcissus and lilac, combined with ivy, where Rev. W.T. Scott performed the ceremony.  The bride wore a white gown of embroidery and carried white lilacs and fern.  Immediately after the service a luncheon was served in the adjoining rooms, where lavender lilacs added to the atmosphere of Spring.  Here at the delightfully informal repast reminiscences revealed that Mr. Walling had just been married in the house where he was born, the place being on an old donation claim of his father, J.D. Walling, who now resides near Lincoln, Or.  The bride's bouquet was caught by Miss Gertrude Walling, a student at Oregon Agricultural College, and following a liberal shower of rice and old shoes Mr. and Mrs. Walling left Salem on the evening train for Portland, where they are passing their honeymoon.  The guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Walling, Misses Eva Walling, Gertrude Walling, Harold Walling, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Davis, Rev. and Mrs. W.T. Scott and Miss Lucy T. Higgins, who played the wedding march.  (Portland Oregonian, May 14, 1911)

WALLING-MARLATT -- At the residence of Mr. Giles [sic], in the upper Boise Valley, December 31st, 1883, by Acting Governor Ed L. Curtis, Mr. Nelson Walling and Miss Ollie Marlatt, all of Ada County.  (Idaho Statesman, January 4, 1884)

MORE JUNE WEDDINGS – Licenses to wed were issues yesterday for George J. Rath, aged 26, Oleander Coffman, aged 21; Allen H. Moore, 27, Jessie Taylor, 25; W.H. Severance, 22, Daisy E. Boyce, 18; Oliver O. Walling, 24, Clatsop County, Jennie Engebretsen, 22; Claude M. Johnson, 22, Daisy Thompson, 19.  (Portland Oregonian, June 18, 1899)

Dr. Rorick Bennett, 38 Winder street, Detroit, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Bessie Rorick, to Mr. Willard Otis Waters, of Washington, D.C.  The marriage is to take place immediately after Christmas.  The announcement is received with considerable interest in Lenawee county where Miss Bennett has resided and where she has many friends.  (Adrian Daily Telegram, December 12, 1911)
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Van Blarcom of Newton, N.J., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mildred Van Blarcom, to Samuel Charles White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Francis White of Rutland, Vt.  The wedding will take place Thanksgiving day.  (New York Times, September 27, 1931)

The first marriage that was solemnized in the town [Fairgrove], was that of Miss Elizabeth Clay to John P. Wilber, son of Zephaniah Wilber, at the house of the bride's brother, Amzy Clay, November 2, 1853, the ceremony being performed by Lucius S. Marvin, Esq.  (History of Tuscola and Bay Counties, Michigan)

ADAMS -- WILLSON:  Elihu Adams of East Orange, N.J., at a luncheon at the Biltmore yesterday announced the engagement of his daughter, Miss Isabel M. Adams, to Mr. M. Lawrence Willson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Merritt Willson of Sussex, N.J.  Miss Adams, who lives at 18 Gramercy Park, is a descendant of two Presidents of the United States -- John Adams and John Quincy Adams. ; Her branch of the family moved to New York in the early part of the nineteenth century.  Mr. Willson is descended from one of the settlers of New Jersey.  The Willson farm at Sussex was a grant from George III of England.  (New York Times, October 6, 1929)

Mrs. and Mrs. Bernard Euman of New Lexington announce the marriage of their daughter, Barbara, to Ronald Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Wilson of Corning.  The wedding took place at Crooksville March 14 with the Rev. Ralph Tucker officiating.  The bride wore a pink dress with pink hat and other accessories in white.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones of New Lexington uncle and aunt of the bride attended the couple.  (Zanesville Times Recorder, March 24, 1959)

Mrs. W.R. Rorick announces the marriage of her grandson Lt. (j.g.) William Rorick Wilson and Miss Eileen Madison of Jacksonville, Fla., which took place January 4.  Lt. Wilson recently returned from over a year's duty in the Pacific area.  Lt. and Mrs. Wilson are enjoying his 30 days leave in Morenci and Buffalo after which he will report for duty at San Diego, Calif.  (Adrian Daily Telegram, January 12, 1944)

WOOD-FRAMBES -- Feb. 21, near Warwick, by Rev. D.E. Frambes, assisted by Rev. D.R. Carroll, H.K. Woods [sic] to Emma C. Frambes.  (Port Jervis Evening Gazette, February 27, 1877)

Miss Marlene Henning and Robert Woodward were married on February 9 in Central Methodist church, Richmond, Ind. with Rev. Robert Fribley officiating.  Miss Helen Smith and James Brooks were the attendants.  The newlyweds are living with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henning of State Route 75.  Mr. Woodward is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Woodward of Roseville.  (Zanesville Times Recorder, March 3, 1952)

When Miss Gerrie Wilson entertained at Crest Farm Saturday announcement was made of the marriage of Miss Betty Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adams, 1441 Central avenue, and Mr. Alfred Yocom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Yocom, Montgomery avenue, which took place at Greenup, KY, April 6, with Rev. Leonard Smith officiating.  Mrs. Yocom, a graduate of Lash high school in 1937, is employed as secretary to the supervisor of the N.Y.A. in this district.  She is an active member of the First Church of Christ.  Mr. Yocom, who graduated from Lash in 1935, attended Muskingum College and is employed by the Hazel-Atlas Company.  The couple will make their home, temporarily, at the home of his parents.  (Zanesville Times Recorder, July 25, 1938)