Adam - Dick

On the 28th inst., at the Lutheran Parsonage by Rev. D. Summers,
Mr. George Adam and Miss Alice M. Dick, of Cass Township, Richland
County, Ohio
The Shelby News - May 30, 1878

Arnold - Greenawalt

"ARNOLD-GREENWALT - Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Arnold announce the marriage of their
daughter Hazel Mae, to Mr. Orlow Greenawalt, son of Mrs. Minnie Greenawalt of
Ashland, Saturday, November 6th, in the Ashland Church of Christ, by the Pastor
A. B. Robertson. The single ring ceremony was used. The bride was dressed in powder
blue flat crepe, with blue silk and velvet hat and a blue coat to match. The groom's
suit was the conventional blue. The attendants were Mrs. Minnie Greenawalt, mother
of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. James Arnold, parents of the bride. They returned
to the home of the bride where a chicken dinner was served to twenty-eight guests.
The table was decorated with Chrysanthemums and myrtle, with a large bride's cake
in the center of the table.

Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Greenawalt and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Greenawalt, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Berry and family brothers and sister
of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arnold, grandparents of the bride,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Will Sprow and daughter Aleta.

Mr. and Mrs. Greenawalt received many beautiful presents. The guests all returned
to their homes wishing them a long, prosperous and happy life. They will make their
home with the bride's parents for the present."
Unknown newspaper.
Courtesy of Terry Wilson

Bargahiser - Stober

On the 1st Inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. D. Summers,
Mr. Andrew Jackson Bargahiser, and Miss Lottie May Stober, all of
Sharon township, Richland County.
Shelby News - October 3, 1878

Beelman - Brundige

One of the leading social events of the season occurred at the beautiful farm home
ofM. D. M. BEELMAN, 3 miles south of town on the evening of the 20th inst.
The marriage of Miss Edith Belle BEELMAN to Rev. Wm. BRUNDIGE, pastor of the Disciple
church at Effingham, Ill. Just as the minute hand of the clock pointed to 7:30.
The bride and groom, beautiful attired, entered the parlor, and in the presence of about
twenty-five guests, were made one by the Rev. A. F. UPP, pastor of the M. E. church,
of Savannah, an uncle of the bride, assisted by Rev. A. POLLOCK, pastor of the M. E. church,
of this city, and the pastor of the bride.
The wedding march was played by Mrs. Chas. McCLINCHEY. A bountiful repast was
served by Mr. and Mrs. BEELMAN, after which congratulations were in order. The presents
were numerous, useful and valuable. The Plymouth Cornet Band enlivened the occasion with
some excellent music and the hosts and hostess enlivened their stomachs with a good supper.
The people of Plymouth reluctantly part with Miss BEELMAN, but congratulate Mr.
BRUNDIGE upon so valuable an acquisition to his domestic happiness, his church and the
people of Effingham for a desirable addition to their church and society.
Unknown newspaper clipping. Found in scrapbook.
Submitted by Phyllis Frazee

Cashman - Artz

"Miss Grace E. Cashman and Warren Artz, both of near Shelby, were quietly married
this morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Rev. A. J. Houk, on West Third Street, Mansfield.
Immediately after the ceremony, the couple left for Cleveland where they will
visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Artz will go to housekeeping on a farm near Shelby."
Unknown newspaper.
Submitted by Terry Wilson

Castor - May

At the Lutheran Parsonage on the 23d inst., by Rev. D. Summers,
Mr. George W. Castor and Miss Genettee May, all of Cass township,
Richland County, Ohio
The Shelby News - May 30, 1878

Crum - Haines

Miss Martha CRUM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. CRUM and Harley HAINES were united in
marriage Saturday, Oct. 28th, at South Bend, Ind. Rev. Elmer Wade COLE, pastor of the
First Christian church officiated at the service. Both young people formerly resided in Shelby.
The groom is employed in South Bend and they will make their home in that city. The newlyweds
have the best wishes of their many Shelby friends for a long and happy life.
Shelby Globe newspaper. Found in scrapbook.
Submitted by Phyllis Frazee

Daup - Boor

"Miss Miriam Boor, R.F.D., Shiloh, and Leo Daup were united in marriage Tuesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the parsonage of the First Methodist church here.
Rev. G. W. Peters performed the ceremony."
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT, about 11 January 1933,
Unknown Shelby newspaper.
Courtesy of Terry Wilson

Daup - Russell

"DAUP- RUSSELL MARRIAGE TUESDAY - On Tuesday afternoon at the parsonage of
Rev. David Cox, of near Shenandoah, Miss (Ethel) Lucille Daup, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Daup, of Ganges, was united in marriage to James Russell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Russell will make their home on the
Russell farm near Ganges."
Unknown newspaper (Marriage date was October 7, 1930).
Courtesy of Terry Wilson

DuBois & Mickey

DuBois - Mickey
On Thursday eve., Dec. 19th (1867) at the residence of the bride's father,
Capt. Frank A. Dubois to Miss Sallie Mickey.
The Capt. and his lovely bride left on the 11 o'clock train,
Thursday for an extended bridal tour.
(For a more extensive article.)
The Shelby Chronicle - December 26, 1867.

Frye - Reynolds

"Cloyd W. Reynolds and Lena Frye, both of Shenandoah, were united in marriage
by the Rev. Chas. R. Oakley yesterday at 1 p.m. at the home of the officiating
minister at Mansfield. The bride is the daughter of Dr. Frye at Shenandoah."
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT, 1912, Unknown newspaper.
Courtesy of Terry Wilson

Lapp - Weaver

From the Crestline Advocate November 11, 1900.

Marriage of a Former Crawford Co. Boy

The relatives and friends of Mr. Frederick T. Weaver, formerly of this county
will be interested in the following item.

Mr. Weaver, stenographer for General Manager Johnson, returned home from San
Antonio on the 9th , accompanied by his bride. For the present they are stopping
at the Dolch Hotel, in Eagle Pass.-----Southwest Republican, Eagle Pass, Texas.

Mr. Weaver who formerly lived in the Shelby Settlemen, is now a trusty
employee of the Mexican International R.R. Co at Cindad, Porfirio Diaz, Mexico.
He was united in marriage to Miss Ada Zuela Lapp of Indianapolis. Ind., on the
8th of October. the wedding being at San Antonio, Texas. While employed
in Mexico, he still enjoys life in the U.S. as he lives over the line in Texas.

We extend to Mr. Weaver and his bride, best wishes for a long and
prosperus life together..


Mawk - DeVoe

At the Lutheran Parsonage on the 4th inst. by Rev. D. Summers, Mr. A. J. Mawk
of Crawford County, Ohio and Miss Rachel M. De Voe of Richland County, Ohio.
The Shelby News - - - July 15, 1882

Payne - Truelove

Married at the Lutheran parsonage at Plymouth, Tuesday evening, Dec. 27, 1910, by Rev.
F. B. HEIBERT, Walter B. PAYNE and Miss Gertrude E. TRUELOVE both of Plymouth township.
The happy young couple returned to the bride's home where a bounteous wedding supper
awaited them. They left on Wednesday morning for northern Michigan to attend the wedding
of a cousin of the groom. Their many friends will join in congratulations and best wishes.
Unknown newspaper. Found in scrapbook

Submitted by Phyllis Frazee

Reynolds - Patterson

"MARRIED - Mr. Henry Reynolds of Ganges and Miss Mary Patterson of Shelby,
by the Rev. G. A. Reader, Jr., at the M. E. parsonage of Shelby, Dec. 23, 1890."
Unknown newspaper.
Courtesy of Terry Wilson

Reynolds - Greenawalt

"GREENAWALD-REYNOLDS WEDDING - Lloyd Greenawald and Miss Nellie Reynolds
were married Saturday at the parsonage by Rev. D. S. MacDonald. They are popular and
deserving young people. They left on the same day for Cleveland to visit the groom's
grandmother. On their return they will reside on a farm near Shenandoah."
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT, Undated (before 1917),
Unknown newspaper.
Courtesy of Terry Wilson

Seaman - Wilson

"SHELBY BRIDE - The former Mary Esther Seaman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Seaman of Shelby, above, was married to
Billy Ward Wilson of Van Wert, son of Charles W. Wilson of Bucyrus, on April 7,
at First Methodist Church.

Rev. Arthur Staples, pastor of the church, read the double ring ceremony.
The couple was unattended. Mrs. Wilson graduated from Shelby high school in
1935 and was employed at the office of the Ohio Seamless Tube company here.
Mr. Wilson, a graduate with the same class in the Shelby schools, is employed
by the Telephone Engineering and Construction company at Van Wert where the
couple is making their home."
BILLY WARD WILSON, 14 April 1940, Daily Globe, Shelby, Richland County, Ohio.

Contributed by Terry Wilson

Tullis - Daup

"The marriage of Miss Josephine Tullis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tullis, of
Third Street, to Ralph Daup, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daup, of Bloominggrove
township, will occur this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Mansfield, the minister of the
Christian church of that city officiating. They will reside on a farm in
Bloominggrove township."
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT, 26 March 1919, Unknown Shelby newspaper,
Shelby, Richland County, Ohio.
Contributed by Terry Wilson

Urich - Reynolds

"Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Urich held a reception at their home Saturday evening in honor
of their daughter, Christina who recently became the bride of Lester D. Reynolds.
They received beautiful gifts and later in the evening they we retreated to an
old-fashioned belling. They will reside with the bride's parents."
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT, after 20 June 1923,
Unknown newspaper.
Contributed by Terry Wilson

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