Virginia Marriage Notices from Newspapers
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DANVILLE, VA., December 20.-A pretty home marriage was solemnized at high noon to-day at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Anna Arrington, No. 1031  Main Street, Miss Mary Alexandra Arrington becoming the bride of Dr. Charles Preston Echelberger, Rev. E. H. Rawlings, of Main Street Methodist Church, officiating.
The couple were attended by Mrs. A. B. Cheatham, a cousin of the bride, as dame of honor; Dr. Charles Dudley Barksdale, of Halifax county, was the best man; Messrs. A. B. Cheatham and H. B. Trundle were the ushers. Dr. and Mrs. Echelberger left on the afternoon train for a bridal tour  to New York and other eastern cities.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Thursday, December 21, 1905 issue,
p. 8, c. 4

Miss Marie Childress, daughter of Mr. J. T. Childress, and Mr. J. P. Farley were married at the home of the bride parents on June 2nd by Rev. J. R. Rennie. They will reside at the home of Mr. Childress.               
from "The Blackstone Courier," Blackstone, Va., Friday, June 10, 1904 issue, p. 6
Marie and her father John are in my family tree

On Wednesday morning, 4th inst., by the Rev. Andrew Fisher, Mr. HENRY FISHER, to Miss LUCY ANN MAYNARD, also of this city.
from the "Richmond Whig & public advertiser," Richmond, Va., Tuesday, February 10, 1846 issue                    

SPOTSYLVANIA C. H., VA., Dec. 17.-Mr. Henry Flippo and Miss Catharine Hockaday, both of this county, were quietly married at the Methodist parsonage yesterday at 12 o'clock, Rev. W. C. Pace performed the ceremony.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Friday, December 18, 1903 issue, p. 3,
c. 4

SOUTH HILL, VA., June 29.-Miss Hattie Warren, daughter of Mr. J. H. Warren, became the bride of Mr. Henry Gayle, at 11 o'clock Thursday, in Grove Methodist Church, Rev. E. L. Baptist, of Boydton, Va., officiating.
The wedding march was rendered by Miss Helen Gregory, of Bodtion, a cousin of the bride. Beautiful floral designs adorned the altar.
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle left for Buffalo Lithia Springs, and go from there in August to Niagara Falls. Baskerville will be the future home of this popular couple.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Saurday, June 30, 1906 issue

On Saturday evening last, Richard B. Goode, Esq. attorney at law, to Miss Sally H. Woodson, both of Chesterfield County. 
from the "Virginia Argus," Richmond, Va., Tuesday, December 12, 1796 issue, p. 3,
c. 2

BRISTOL, April 11.-A wedding of interest in this section occurred here yesterday, when Miss Ola M. Stewart, of Dryden, became the bride of A. B. Graham, of Jonesville.
from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Saturday, April 12, 1919 issue

GRAY-PALMER.-On the 26th ult, by the Rev. Joshua Peterkin, at the residence of the bride's father, JAMES T. GRAY, Esq., to Miss BETTIE, daughter of Wm. Palmer, Esq., all of this city. No cards.
from "The Daily Express," Petersburg, Va., Friday Morning, December 4, 1868 issue

Waverly, Va., April 19.--This evening at 9 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. George E. Burt, at Waverly, her daughter, Miss Soulie Burt, was married to Jester Alfred Gray, of Milton, Del.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. W. Edwards, in the presence of quite a number of relatives and friends.
The bride was atteded by her sister, Miss Mary Burt, and James Wiliam Derrickson, of Elizabeth City, N.C., cousin of the groom, acted as best man.
Miss Burt wore a traveling suit of dark blue and carried Bride roses. Little Miss Mary Burt, dressed in a dainty frock of white lingerie, carried a huge sheaf of pink roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Gray left on  the 9517(?, that's what it says) o'clock train for an extended Northern tour.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va. April 20, 1911 issue

DANVILLE, Va., June 26.-Frederick William Hagadorn of New York and Miss Marie Eloise Wemple, daughter of Orlando Wemple of Danville, were married this evening at Main Street Methodist Church. The Rev. E. Sterling Gunn, an Episcopalian minister, cousin of the bride, was the officiating minister. He was assisted by the Rev. Dr. W. E. Edwards, pastor of the Main Street Church.
from "The New York Times," New York, N. Y., Thursday, June 27, 1895 issue.

SAULDA, VA., May 3-Miss Ruby Lee Carter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Carter of Lancaster,and John Richard Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hall, Syringa, were married on Saturday afternoon by the Rev. B. F. Robinson of Harmony Grove Church. They will make their home at Healys, Va., where Mr. Hall is engaged in business.
from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Thursday, May 4, 1933 issue

HAMLET-EVANS. - Married, December 27, 1898, at the residence of the bride's parents, Subletts, Powhatan county, Va., by the Rev. Martin Johnson, WILLIAM N. HAMLET, of Lonoke, Ark., to Miss AMANDA L. EVANS.
from "The Richmond Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Sunday, January 15, 1899 issue,
p. 17, c. 2

Appomattox, Va. May 17.--E. H. Hammersly and Miss Mattie Caldwell were married to-day at the home of the bride's father, Randolph Caldwell, by Rev. R. C. Hubbard. Charlie Caldwell was best man, and Miss Louise Hammersly, the only attendant of the bride.
Miss Caldwell was one of the popular teachers of the county, and Mr. Hammersly is formerly of Red House, but is now in business in Richmond, where the couple will reside in the future.
from "The Times-Disopatch," Richmond, Va., Thursday, May 18, 1907 issue

WAYNESBORO, Sept. 15.--Miss Gertie H. Dean and James W. Harves, both of Waynesboro, were married at the Basic Methodist parsonage on Delphine avenue.
from "The Richmond News-Leader," Richmond, Va., Friday, September 15, 1933 issue, p. 17, c. 4

ROANOKE, VA., Dec. 24.--Yesterday afternoon William Henry, a prominent citizen of Poage's Mill was united in marriage to Miss Costa Grice, daughter of Samuel Grice. The Rev. P. H. Chelf officiated.
from "The News-Leader," Richmond, Va., Thursday Afternoon, December 24, 1903 issue, p. 2, c. 4

LYNCHBURG, VA., July 6.-Yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents in West Lynchburg, Miss Anna Walker Perdue was married to Presley R. Hodges. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. Mack Franklin, pastor of West Lynchburg Baptist Church. They will live here after a short visit in Danville.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Wednesday, July 7, 1909 issue

Richmond, Va., April 19.-The wedding of Miss Frances Lee Loyal, daughter of Mrs. William R. Loyal, of Millborn, to John Calvin Holden, of Richmond, was celebrated at noon in the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. C. Bryan Williams.
from "The Ledger-Dispatch," Norfolk, Va., Friday Afternoon, April 19, 1907 issue

Hampton, Va., October 16.-Miss Henrietta Herbert and Mr. Walter B. Hoover were married at St. John's Episcopal church this evening at 6 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Reverdy Estill, the rector. After a Northern tour the bride and groom will make their home here.
from "The News," Roanoke, Va., Friday Morning, October 18, 1907 issue

LURAY, VA., April 3.-Hubert Henry Hudson and Miss Florence Webb, daughter of Mrs. John Huff, of Luray, were married in Broad-Street Baptist church in this place this afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the bride's step-father, Elder John Huff, of the Baptist church.
The attendants were William R. R. Hudson, best man; Miss Edna E. Brumback, maid of honor; while the ushers were Lawrence Berry, Emmett C. Berry, Dr. J. L. Spitler, of Luray, and Glenn T. Jones, of Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson left soon after their marriage for an extended Northern tour.
from "The News Leader," Richmond, Va., Wednesday Afternoon, April 3, 1907 issue,
p. 2, c. 4

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