The GazetteMarch 29, 1905 A very happy home wedding was solomized last Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Preaus, on the north side of town, Mr. Cliftion Mathews and Miss Virginia Preaus, both of Farmerville, joined in holy wedlock at the hour of 8 o'clock , Rev. J. W. Elliott, pastor … Continue reading Mattews-Preaus
The GazetteJanuary 18, 1939 Sadie, LaJanuary 12, 1939 Of interest to their many friends is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Iris Brasher. daughter of Mrs. W. H. Brasher of Sadie, and Mr. W. B. Armstrong, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Armstrong of Farmerville, on December 25, with Rev. S. R. Nolan officiating. Mrs. Armstrong … Continue reading Marriage Announced
The GazetteJanuary 4, 1939 A quiet wedding was that of Miss Helen Platt, of Marion, and Mr. Almon Guynes , of Beaumont, Texas, with Rev. W. C. Smith of Farmerville officiating. Only a few were present. Mrs. Guynes is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Platt of Marion, and has a host … Continue reading Platt-Guynes Nuptials
Roy Austin August 5, 2018 On this day, 100 years ago, my maternal grandparents, Orion Buckley Lee and Susie McIntosh were married. They went to Bernice to elope, but one of Susie's uncles found out and called ahead to prevent them from getting married. Undeterred, they boarded a train and went to Jonesboro in Jackson … Continue reading Orion Buckley Lee and Susie McIntosh
The Gazette November 19, 1902 Yesterday afternoon Mr. R. Roberts returned to Farmerville with his fair bride, formerly Miss Olive Goodwill, of Minden. The happy couple were united in marriage Monday at 1 o'clock, p. m. at the home of the brides's parents in Minden; and shortly thereafter started for their future home in Farmerville. … Continue reading Roberts – Goodwill
Written By Galen White It has been said that if you want honesty, ask a kid something. It doesn't matter if they've been coached on a subject or not, they will give you their honest and straight forward answer with no hesitation. The following is all about marriage and dating. And, "No", I ain't gettin' … Continue reading Questions and Answers About Marriage
The Gazette October 16, 1901 Monroe young society folks are excited and talking much, although all of them combined know but little of the subject they are discussing. Wednesday evening Miss Ethel Dryburgh, the accomplished daughter of Mr. Alex Dryburgh, the popular proprietor of the Monroe Hotel, quietly took the east bound V. S. & … Continue reading Dryburgh – Brown
Dr. Timothy Hudson A nineteenth century version of today’s hit reality show, “The Bachelorette,” played out in Farmerville in the 1890s. The young maiden searching for love was Miss Emma Bradley, a native of Old Fort, North Carolina. Described as a blonde, “symmetrical in form and beautiful in feature,” and “a thing of beauty,” Miss … Continue reading The Bachelorette
The Gazette May 1, 1901 Marriage license was issued this evening by clerk of the district court R. A. Young to Mr. P. H. Ford and Miss Ida Ford, and the marriage is to occur in this city today. Mr. Ford is a prosperous merchant and excellent citizen of Ouachita City, while Miss Ford is … Continue reading Ford – Ford Marriage
The Gazette March 6, 1901 Mr. W. S. Pearson and Miss Susanna Odom were married Monday at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Odom, near Farmerville.
The Gazette February 27, 1901 Miss Winnie Aulds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Aulds, Jr., will marry Mr. Wm. Maroney this evening at the residence of the bride's parents.
The Gazette February 27, 1901 Renero - Haynes. -- At the residence of the bride's parents in Bernice, on Feb. 19, 1901, Mr. Lee T. Rentro to Miss Lila A. Haynes, Justice D. K. McLaurin, officiating. Dean - Smith. -- At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. C. Smith, near Farmerville, on Thursday, … Continue reading Married
The Gazette February 20, 1901 Tuesday afternoon, the 12th inst., Mr. Dan Grafton and Miss Anna Bennett were married at the residence of the bride’s parents near Pisgah in the 8th ward.
The Gazette January 23, 1901 Mr. Otis Tugwell and Miss Ossie Clark were married last Sunday at the residence of Mr. T. W. Clark, Rev. W. T. Smith officiating.
The Gazette January 16, 1901 Mr. D. Phillips, of Oakland, was in our office Tuesday. Upon being asked concerning the news of his neighborhood, he pulled some papers from his pocket, carried next to his heart, and smilingly said: “Here’s the newest thing to me.” The papers authorized the marriage of Mr. D. Phillips and … Continue reading D. Phillips – Miss Pearl Taner
The Gazette December 19, 1900 The editor of The Gazette acknowledges the receipt of an invitation to the marriage of Miss Pearl Maude Head of Tampa, Fla., to Mr. S. J. Dillard of Union Parish. The happy event occurred Sunday evening, December 16, 1900.
The Gazette December 12, 1900 At the bride’s residence near Marion, on Sunday, December 9, 1900, Mrs. Fannie Carroll and Mr. H. M. Lee were married.
The Gazette December 12, 1900 One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that of Mr. W. E. Clark and Miss Summie Carroll, which occurred Nov. 28, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Carroll, at Spearsville, La. Promptly at 7 o'clock the bridal party marched into the parlor, to the … Continue reading Clark – Carroll Marriage
The Gazette December 12, 1900 On Sunday, December 2, Mr. John Parker and Miss Fannie, daughter of Mr. E. G. Carroll, were married at the home of the bride's parents.
The Gazette December 12, 1900 Last Wednesday morning at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Rowland, Mr. A. C. Gill, of Farmerville, and Miss Meda Rowland, of Lapile, Ark., were united in marriage. The ceremony was impressively performed by Eld. J. U. H. Wharton in the presence of a number of friends from Union … Continue reading Gill – Rowland
The Gazette December 5, 1900 Miss Sammie Carroll and Mr. W. E. Clark were married last Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. J. A. Carroll near Spearsville. The bride is a refined and attractive young lady and the groom is a worthy and popular young merchant of Oakland. The Gazette extends best wishes.
The Gazette December 5, 1900 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gill, of D’Arbonne, have issued invitations for a marriage reception in honor of their son Conrad and Miss Meda Rowland, who were married this morning at their residence, Friday, December 7th, at 11:30 o’clock.
The Gazette December 5, 1900 Miss Willie Nyegaard and Mr. Willie Kennedy were married Sunday at the residence of Mr. W. C. Nyegaard, the bride’s father.
The Gazette December 5, 1900 Last Wednesday evening Miss Olive Standifer and Mr. J. D. Barksdale were married at the home of the bride’s mother in Ruston.
The Gazette November 28, 1900 Mr. J. T. Muse and Miss Etta Cole were married Sunday at the residence of Mr. T. J. Cole near D’Arbonne. Rev. H. B. Thomason performed the ceremony.
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.