Virginia Marriage Notices from Newspapers
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Mr. Benj. T. Taylor and Mrs. Blanche Howland, both well known and highly esteemed residents of King George county, were uinited in marriage on Saturday evening, the 17th instant, by Rev. A. W. Graves at his place of residence near Ferrell, Va. The hearty congratulations and best wishes of a host of friends.
from "The Daily Star," Fredericksburg, Va., Tuesday, April 20, 1920 issue

MARRIED.-A few days ago, Capt. BUSHROD TAYLOR, merchant, of Berryville, to Miss PATTY STUBBLEFIELD, daughter of Col. George Stubblefield, near that place.
from the "Winchester Gazette," Winchester, Va., Wednsday, February 11, 1801 issue, p. 3, c. 2

                                      Surprise Marriage.
Robert Taylor and Miss Ruby Lipscomb, both of 1903 Maury Street, were married
yesterday in Washington, much to the surprise of their friends. The girl is a
granddaughter of Chief of Police Lipscomb, and having lost her father and mother
when very young, she has been under the guardianship of her grandparents,
Captain and Mrs. Lipscomb, practically all her life. The groom is from Petersburg, but has boarded in the Lipscomb household a long time. He is an employe[sic] of the Rountree Trunk Factory, of Richmond.
The first announcement that any such step was contemplated was a telegram
received by the family yesterday afternoon telling of the marriage. There was no
opposition to the match, and Captain Lipscomb, who was seen last night, appeared
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Tuesday, September 7, 1909 issue, p. 4, c. 3, under the "News of Manchester" column

TAYLOR-CARTER.-Married at 9416 east Marshall street, July 6th, by Rev. J. H. Carter, Mr. J. STERLING TAYLOR to Miss CARRIE VIRGINIA CARTER; both of this city. No cards.
from "The Richmond Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Friday, July 7, 1893 issue

Danville, Feb. 28.--Miss Willie Clifford Lucas, daughter of H. A. Lucas, of this city, and Mr. M. J. Terrell, a painter, of Richmond, were married here yesterday at the home of the Rev. J. C. Holland, pastor of Keen Street Baptist Church. Mr. Terrell is temporarily located here.
from "The Washington Post," Washington, D. C., Tuesday, March 1, 1910 issue,
p. 3, c. 4

Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Katherine Custis Medley, daughter of Mrs. Granville C. Medley, of Norfolk, to Julius O. Thomas, son of the late Major Sidney Thomas and Mrs. Eliza Southall Thomas, of Smithfield, which took place last Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in old St. Paul's church, Norfolk. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Windrield Shires, a classmate of the bridegroom, in the presence of only the immediate family, and a few close friends. Miss Nellie Medley was her sister's only attendant, and Mr. Fay, of New York, was best man. The bride wore a suit of midnight blue, embroidered in Harding blue, with Russian sable furs, the gift of the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet of orchids and lillies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left immediately for a Northern trip, and will be at home in Smithfield after March 15.
from "The News Leader," Richmond, Va., Friday, March 4, 1921 issue, p. 16, c. 2

A pretty wedding took place in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Belote, 620
Twenty-ninth street, Norfolk, Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, when their
daughter, Miss Mary Virginia, became the bride of Mr. Harry Morris Thompson, the
ceremony being performed by the Rev. J. M. Owens.
from "The News Leader," Richmond, Va., Friday Afternoon, April 12, 1912 issue,
p. 3, c. 4

Miss Nellie Spillman, of Culpeper county, and Prof. Randolph W. Tinsley, for merly of Charlottesville, now of Albequerque, New Mexico, were married last week. They will reside in Albequerque.
from "The Evening Leader," Manchester, Va., Monday, January 4, 1897 issue, p. 4, c. 1

ROANOKE, VA., May 13.-Mr. Charles E. Trout, bookkeper of the Virginia Bridge Company, and Miss Rosa H. Greenway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Greenway, were married last night, Rev. P.? S. Miller officiating.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Thursday, May 14, 1903 issue  

                  Elegant Wedding in Old St. Paul's Church.
NORFOLK, VA., June 23.-Miss Jane Byrd Page, daughter of Mrs. Holt W. Page, of this city, was married to Charles McIntosh Tunstall, also of Norfolk, this evening at 8 o'clock at St. Paul's Church, Bishop Beverly D. Tucker, assisted by Dr. W. A. Barr, performing the ceremony.
The bride was given away by her brother, Holt W. Page.
Miss Harriet Jackson Page served as maid honor, and Robert Tunstall as best man. A reception folowed the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Tunstall will spend their honeymoon in Europe, sailing from New York next week.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Sunday, June 24, 1906 issue, p. 10, c. 4       


Married at Glen Allen.
Miss Eva J. Harris, daughter of Garland Harris, Esq., of Henrico county, and Mr. Edwin J. Vaughan, a young merchant, doing business at No. 701 west Cary street, were married at Glen Allen yesterday afternoon. A large party from Richmond attended the nuptials. Rev. Dr. Pollard, of Richmond College, performed the ceremony, after which the newly-wedded couple, accompanied by many of their friends, left for this city. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan departed on the 7:15 north-bound train for a bridal trip to Washington, New York and other cities.
from "The Richmond Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Thursday, September 28, 1893 issue

Mr. James E. Vaughan and Miss Kate Bell* Harwell were married by the Rev. J. A. Spencer, pastor of the Cowardin-Avenue Christian church, at his residence this morning at 10:30 o'clock.
The bride is an attractive young lady, and is the daughter of Mrs. Hudson, of Thirteenth street.
Mr. Vaughan is a well known young man of this city, and is employed at the Southern shops.
The happy couple left on the 12 o'clock Southern train for an extended Southern tour. On their return they will reside at the residence of Mr. Richard Vaughan on Eleventh and Bainbridge streets.
Mr. John Walke and Mr. Edward* Harwell, a brother of the bride, were the attendants.
from "The Evening Leader," Manchester and Richmond, Va., Wednesday, April 21, 1897 issue, front page

* Her name was Katie Belle and her brother's name was Richard not Edward .
Katie and James Edwin are my great-grandparents.
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