of Macoupin County
Macoupin County Argus, February 27, 1902
From the Macoupin County Argus, February 13, 1903
From the Macoupin County Argus, February 20, 1902
Marriage License Issued - A marriage license was issued Thursday morning to Frank H. Park of Girard and Miss Clarabelle Eades of Springfield. The young couple will reside in Girard. [Submitted by Anne Stinnet]
Macoupin County Enquirer, September 18,1912
Roy Otis Rucher of Girard 18 years old and Lena Utt, 18 years old of Girard were issued a marriage license Monday. Consent to the marriage was given by Mrs. Vina Bond, mother of the young man.
Fred L. Mayes, 19 years old of Gillespie and Miss Emma A. Johnson 18 years old also of Gillespie were granted a marriage license Saturday afternoon. Consent to the marriage was given by Sarah E. Mayes mother of the groom.
August Finke of Worden legal age, and Miss Julia Seibert, legal age of Staunton secured a marriage license Saturday afternoon. The young couple will live in Worden.
A marriage license was issued Wednesday morning to Guy C. Bailey, 22 years old of Virden, and Miss Pearl R. Cobb, 20 years old of Virden. The couple will be married Wednesday evening at the home of the bride in Virden.
David Smith, 27 years of of Illiopilis, and Miss Minnie Duncan, 32 years old of Greenfield, both colored, secured a marriage license Wednesday.
[Submitted by Anne Stinnet]
MACOUPIN COUNTY ENQUIRER - September 25, 1912
COUPLE MADE HAPPY - A marriage license was issued Saturday afternoon to John Westenhaver and Miss Louise Mitchell of Shelbyville thus providing success to their marital hopes, which had been defeated for a month or more, pending the arrival of the young womans birthday. Application for the license was made in August but owing to the fact that Miss Mitchell lacked a few weeks of being old enough to act without consent of parent or guardian, the document was denied them until Saturday. In the meantime, the young woman reached the age of eighteen years, thus removing the obstacle that caused them disappointment at the time of their first application. [Submitted by Anne Stinnet]
Milton E Heinz a shoe dealer of Gillespie and Lea B Lorenz of Mt Olive were granted a marriage license in Carlinville Tuesday [Litchfield Daily Union, Litchfield IL, Wed, Aug 10, 1927 Submitted by Lynn Reener]