At the residence of the bride’s parents, Elba township, Knox county, Thursday evening, Sept. 21st, 1882, by President White of Lombard College, Galesburg, Mr. George E. Hughes, of Fulton county, to Miss Laura Baily, of Elba.
John Scott and Hannah Proctor, of this city, were married Sunday last, at the residence of James Garland.
By Dr. Whiting, J. Deliner and Ida Nichols, of this city, Tuesday evening, 3d inst.
At the residence of the bride’s father, J. McBroom, Sept. 28, 1882, by Rev. Mathes, Eugene W. Coleman and Miss Flora McBroom.
By Dr. Whiting, in Canton, on the 4th of October, Mr. Lewis Shreffler and Miss Emma M. Porter.
(Fulton County Ledger, Oct. 5, 1882, transcribed by Bonnie Dagen)
Singleton Keeling, of Galesburg, was married last week, to Miss Viola A. Hanes, at the residence of the bride’s parents in Wyoming, Stark county. Alex. Hanes and Miss Carrie Keeling were groomsman and bride’s maid. Relatives were present from Canton and Farmington. Mr. Keeling is a freight conductor on the Peoria branch of the C., B. & Q. road. All of which we learn from the Wyoming Herald.
By the Rev. Dr. G. P. Gillett, of Jacksonville, Ill., at the residence of N. Vaughn of Vermont, Ill., Mr. Leonard S. Corwin, of Canton township, and Miss Josie R. Scruggs, of Vermont. The bride and groom are deaf and dumb, and the clergyman a teacher in the Jacksonville Deaf and Dumb institute.
(Fulton County Ledger, Oct. 19, 1882, transcribed by Bonnie Dagen)
Wednesday evening, May 2, ’83, at the residence of Mr. Samuel Eyerly, father of the bride, in Joshua township, Mr. Douglas Drake, of Canton township, and Miss Jennie Eyerly.
Miss Lizzie Bailey and Mr. Thomas Lyon will be married at 2 o’clock this afternoon, at the residence of Mr. John Bailey, father of the bride.
Mr. Wm. Moran, of Putman township, and Mrs. Wysong were married yesterday evening, and went to Indianapolis on a wedding tour.
(Fulton County Ledger, May 3, 1883, transcribed by Bonnie Dagen)
The Bushnell papers announce the marriage, in that city, on Sunday, 16th inst., at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. Ray, of the Baptist church, of Mr. Will L. Snyder, of Canton, and Miss Nettie Williamson. We congratulate Will on the surprise he gave his Canton friends, and trust he and his bride may live a long and happy wedded life.
In Canton, Sunday afternoon, Dec. 16, 1883, by Rev. E. McClish, Mr. John L. Pullen and Miss Ann E. Williams.
Saturday evening last, Dec. 22d, by Judge L. W. James, in Peoria, Mr. James Nankewell, of Edwards Station, Peoria County, and Miss Eliza Walker, of St. David, Fulton county.
Thursday evening, Dec. 20, 1883, at the residence of the bride’s parents on South Main street, Canton, by Rev. A. R. Mathes, Mr. Elmer O. Dunbar, of Prairie City and Miss Ella A. Ammerman.
(Fulton County Ledger, Dec. 27, 1883, transcribed by Bonnie Dagen)
At the residence of the bride’s mother, Mrs. D. G. Harland, near Table Grove, Ill., December 23, 1883, Mr. Milton Bartholomew and Miss Eva Harland, the Rev. P. D. Vermillion officiating.
(Fulton County Ledger, Jan. 3, 1884, transcribed by Bonnie Dagen)
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