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Putnam County, Illinois History and Genealogy

1883 Marriages Notices and Wedding Announcements

 

Boyle-Danley
Cassell-Chambers
Culter-Sparling
Curtis-Spencer
Gurnea-Unknown
Harper-Henning
Hunter-Tozier
Pool-Foster
Riel-Parkins
Veach-Sharland
Veach-Sparling
Waugh-Tures


Boyle-Danley
The Henry Republican, Thursday,January 4, 1883
At Hennepin, Dec. 28, at the residence of the bride’s parents, by Rev. Mr. Barrett, assisted by Rev. Mr. Denning, Isaac Boyle, and Miss Mae L., daughter of Mr. D. W. Danley, all of Hennepin.
The residence of Mr. D. W. Danley at Hennepin was the scene of a pleasant wedding on Thursday evening of last week. The contracting parties were Miss Mae Danley, and Mr. Isaac Boyle. Miss Mae was charmingly attired in green satin. Rev. Mr. Barrett conducted the rite of marriage, assisted by Rev. Mr. Denning of the M. E. church. Lyman Loomis and wife, Mrs. Wm. Brown and J. B. Robertson and family were present to assist in the congratulations of the occasion. An elegant supper, ample in its appointments, was a relishable feature of the evenings entertainment. The bride was a graduate of the Henry high school, a fine scholar, with the accomplishments for the true relation of bride and wife. Mr. Boyle is a prominent young man and farmer of Hennepin township. So well fitted for each other, and so promising is the future to this happy couple, that their host of friends here share in wishing them the reality of their hopeful and ardent anticipations, long life and a prosperous one.

Cassell-Chambers
The Putnam Record, Hennepin, IL March 18, 1883
Married at the home of the bride on February 17 in Decatur by T.B. Albert, J.P., Joseph Cassell of Florid and Mrs. Katie Chambers.

Culter-Sparling
The Henry Republican, Henry Illinois, June 14, 1883
Married at Derby, Kan., May 20, a the residence of Mr. I. P. Baldwin by Rev. J. R. McQuown, Will H. Culter and Kate B. Sparling, both formerly of Putnam County, Illinois

Curtis-Spencer
The Henry Republican, April 19, 1883
Bernie Curtis and Miss Laura Spencer were married on Monday.

Gurnea-Unknown
The Henry Republican, Henry Illinois, March 29 1883
Magnolia
Nell Gurnea, daughter of G. G. Gurnea, is to be married the 28th inst., at 8 o'clock a.m. and take the train at Tonica for her new home in Florida, where her husband is engaged in cultivating an orange orchard.

Harper-Henning
The Henry Republican, Thursday, January 4, 1883
Married near Mt. Palatine, Putnam County, January 1, by Rev. J.W. Denning, Reuben P. Harper and Miss Ruth A., daughter of John Henning.

Hunter-Tozier
The Henry Republican, Henry Illinois, March 22, 1883
At Hennepin, March 14, at the Hennepin House, by Rev. B. V. Denning, Seneca Hunter of Milo, Bureau county, and Flora C., youngest daughter of the late Joseph Tozier of this city.

Pool-Foster
The Henry Republican, May 3, 1883
Married at Tecumseh, Neb. April 25, by Rev. C.D. Jeffries, Charles W. Pool, editor of the Tecumseh Journal, and Miss Frank L. Foster.

Riel-Parkins
The Henry Republican, Henry Illinois, July 19, 1883
Married at Magnolia, July 2, by A. B. Gurnea, J. P. Theodore Riel to Miss Cassie Parkins.

Veach-Sparling

The Henry Republican, Henry Illinois, March 22, 1883
At Peoria, March 20, by Judge James, James R. Veach, late of Henry, and Miss Charlotte E., daughter of Mr. George Sparling of Senachwine township.

Veach-Sharland
The Henry Republican, Henry Illinois, March 29 1883
Married at Peoria, March 20, by County Judge James, James R. Veach and Mrs. Charlotte E. Sharland of Putnam, daughter of the late M. E. Wheeler.
A correction is made this week of the marriage announcement of Mr. James R. Veach. Madam Rumor was faulty in her information in this case. Newspapers are fallible We discover this to be the case quite often.

Waugh-Tures
Henry Republican, Henry IL, May 17, 1883
Licensed to Marry
May 3, Armistend H. Waugh to Miss Lizzie A. Tures, both of Hennepin.
Henry Republican, Henry IL, May 10, 1883
Hennepin
We are told that Arm Waugh and Miss Lizzie Tures were married last week. May they prosper and be happy. We are every day expecting to hear of another wedding, but we will try to wait for the item.
 

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