The Gazette October 17, 1900 Judge Schulze officiated at a runaway marriage this morning at the city hall. Miss Sallie Pardue and Mr. Willie Wilkerson, both of Union Parish, were the two principals, and the Judge made the twain one and sent them their way rejoicing -- Monroe News.
The Gazette October 10, 1900 The Gazette received last week an invitation to the marriage of Miss Celestine Shuster to Mr. Gilbert Rose, which event was celebrated Sunday evening, Oct. 6, 1900, at Huntsville, Ala. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Shuster, of Farmerville, and The Gazette joins her many friends here in wishing … Continue reading Shuster – Rose Marriage
The Gazette October 3, 1900 Yesterday eve (26th ult.) Mr. J. A. Rowland was married to Miss Maymie Henry. Jim is the oldest son of Dr. E. F. Rowland of Lapile, and is one of Union County's most popular young gentlemen. He possesses excellent business qualifications, is reliable and worthy and we predict that he … Continue reading Rowland – Henry Marriage
The Gazette October 3, 1900 Miss Ross Goss and Mr. Alex Nelson were married on Sunday, the 23rd, ult, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. G. L. Goss near Spearsville.
The Gazette September 26, 1900 Married — At the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ward, in ward two, Sept. 23, 1900. Mr. J. A. Auld to Miss Jessie Ward, S. R. Terral officiating.
The Gazette September 26, 1900 Dr. J. G. Evans, of Homer and Miss Carrie Taylor, of Haynesville, were married last week. The bridal couple spent a few days with relatives and friends in Farmerville — the guests of Dr. C. H. Jameson and family.
The Gazette June 13, 1900 Bright and early Monday morning Mr. R. L. Sharrier and Miss Lon McBroom, of the "Dark Corner" neighborhood, came to town and made inquiries for the clerk of court and a preacher. At their usual office hours Clerk Everett and Parson Archer put in their appearance. The parties made known … Continue reading Sharrier – McBroom
The Gazette April 4, 1900 Monday morning Judge Chandler was called upon to tie the nuptial knot for Mr. Jab Belin and Miss Ophelia Garner, a runaway couple from Bradley County, Ark. The Judge did the work up in short order, after which the happy couple went on their way rejoicing. They did not arrange … Continue reading “Set ’em Up”
The Gazette April 4, 1900 At the residence of the bride's father, J. T. Mays, near Downsville, on Wednesday, May 28, 1900, Mr. Willis I. Taylor to Miss Genie Mayes, Judge W. P. Chandler officiating. ***I am not sure if this is an annoucement of the upcoming wedding or if the date is incorrect.
The Gazette February 21, 1900 The marriage of Mr. Frank Gill and Miss Ouida Killgore will be celebrated this evening at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. R. Killgore, 10 miles northwest of Farmerville. Friday a big infair will be given the happy couple at the residence of Mr. W. L. Gill, the … Continue reading Gill – Killgore Marriage
The Gazette January 31, 1900 Tuesday afternoon Mr. J. R. Norris and Miss Clara Lee were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, at the residence of the bride's father, near Farmerville. On account of a recent death in the bride's family, the affair was a very quiet one. Mr. and Mrs. Norris will make … Continue reading Norris – Lee
The Gazette January 10, 1900 The editor acknowledges receipt of an invitation to attend the marriage of Miss Fannie Lansing, of Union , Miss., to Mr. W. F. Grafton, of Shiloh, which event will be solemnized at the residence of the brides's parents on Thursday, Jan. 11, 1900.
The Gazette December 27, 1899 Married At the residence of the bride's parents near Shiloh, on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 24, 1899, Mr. Henry J. Welcher and Miss Annie Rea, both of Union Parish. D. K. McLaurin, Esq., officiated.
The Gazette December 20, 1899 At the residence of the bride's mother near Farmerville, on Sunday, December 17th, 1899, Mr. J. M. Nettles to Miss Maggie Gulley, Rev. H. B. Thomasson officiating.
The Gazette December 20, 1899 At the residence of the bride's parents, near Shiloh, on Thursday evening, Dec. 14, 1899, Mr. Wm. Burns, of Union Co., Ark., and Miss Ethel Tabor of Union Parish, La. Justice W. P. Chandler performed the ceremony.
The Gazette November 22, 1899 Cards were issued last week announcing the marriage of Mr. D. L. Cromwell and Miss Sophia Haas. The event will be solemnized to-day at the residence of the bride's brother. The Gazette November 29, 1899 Last Wednesday evening Mr. D. L. Cromwell and Miss Sophia Haas were united in the … Continue reading Cromwell – Haas Marriage
The Gazette November 8, 1899 Sunday afternoon, Nov., 5th, 1899 at the residence of Mr. John Boggs, Mr. John E. Boggs and Miss Carrie Hicks, Judge W. P. Chandler officiating.
The Gazette November 1, 1899 At the residence of the bride's mother, near Shiloh, La., on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1899, Mr. Daniel Austin to Miss Eulah Shaw, both of Union Parish, Judge W. P. Chandler officiating. ***This couple are the great grandparents of Roy Austin, a cousin and contributor to this blog. He informed me … Continue reading Married Austin – Shaw
The Gazette October 4, 1899 Cards are out announcing the marriage of Dr. Wm. P. Griffin to Miss Ivy Pardue, on Thursday, Oct. 5, 1899, at Ebenezer M. E. church, D'Arbonne, La. In advance The Gazette extends hearty congratulations wishing them a happy and prosperous life on the matrimonial sea.
The Gazette September 27, 1899 Last Wednesday morning a large company of friends assembled at the Trimble residence to witness the marriage of Miss Anna Laura Trimble to Mr. William Evans Dean. At the appointed hour the inspiring strains of Meudelssohn's wedding march, pealed forth from the skillful touch of Miss Naunie Dean, of Portland … Continue reading Dean – Trimble
The Gazette July 5, 1899 Mr. Jas. Rabun and Miss Marie Fenton were married last Wednesday at the residence of Mr. S. C. Selig, Judge W. P. Chandler performing the ceremony. The happy couple left immediately for Monroe, where they will reside. They carried with them the best wishes of The Gazette and a host … Continue reading Rabun – Fenton
The Gazette June 14, 1899 Mr. Joe Baker Taylor and Miss Nettie Miller were married Sunday, June 11th, 1899, Rev. S. R. Nolan officiating.
The Gazette April 26, 1899 Last Wednesday afternoon Miss Anna Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee, of West Monroe, was married to Mr. H. R. Speed. The affair was a very quiet one, on account of the brides's family being in mourning. The groom is an energetic young business man of Monroe, … Continue reading Lee – Speed
The Gazette April 12, 1899 Mr. J. K. Willet will be married to Miss Mary Smith this forenoon at the country home of the bride's mother near El Dorado, Ark., he having left yesterday upon that felicitous mission. Immediately after the marriage the happy twain will leave for this place where they are expected to … Continue reading Willett – Smith
The Gazette January 11, 1899 Buckley - Lovelady At the residence of A. S. Copeland on Thursday, December 22, 1898, Mr. Eugene Buckley to Miss Ella Lovelady, D. K. McLaurin officiating.
The Gazette December 21, 1898 Last Sunday afternoon a few relatives and friends assembled at the residence of Mr. E. M. Dean, six miles northeast of Farmerville, to witness the marriage of his daughter, Miss Ethel Dean, to Mr. Sidney C. Selig. The ceremony was performed by Judge W. P. Chandler, in his usual pleasing … Continue reading Selig – Dean
The Gazette December 14, 1898 Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr. Wm. Rogers to Miss Hanna Underwood. The ceremony will take place at the residence of Mr. E. B. Wines in Monticello, Ark., on Dec. 21, 1898. The bride is the daughter of Mr. J. M. Underwood, of this parish.
The Gazette December 14, 1898 Mr. J. S. Slawson and Mrs. Effie Lowe were married Sunday at the residence of the bride's brother, Mr. Gus Perryman, near town.
The Gazette December 7, 1898 Henderson - Bearden Wednesday evening Nov. 23, 1898, quite a number of relatives and friends gathered at the residence of Capt. W. H. Regan to witness the nuptials between Mr. Robert Henderson and Mrs. Rosa Bearden. At 3:30 Mr. Wince Henderson and Miss Rowena Regan led out on the piazza … Continue reading At Hymen’s Altar
The Gazette November 30, 1898 Marriages were the order of the day in Union Parish last week. In addition to those previously announced in our paper the following couples united their lives "for better, for worse". Lynch L. Hearin and Miss Etta Davis, Robert Henderson and Mrs. Lidia E. Long, B. Frank Green and Miss … Continue reading Marriages Last Week