Sunday, December 30, 2012

Marriage Notices Outside PWCo

Providence Patriot (Providence, RI) – 18 December 1822
MARRIED, in Prince William county, Vir. On the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Latham, Mr. Christopher C. Cushing, of Seekonk, Mass. To Miss Eleanor Newman, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Newman, Esq. of the former place.

Baltimore Patriot (Baltimore, MD) – 10 February 1824
MARRIED, at Snow Hill, Prince William county, Va., James M. Tyler, to Miss Ann Matilda, eldest daughter of Col. William Hebb.

Torch Light (Hagers-town, MD) – 14 September 1826
…On the same day [Thursday 7th], in Prince William county, Virginia, Mr. Jacob Snively, of Hancock, to Miss Harriet Blackwell, daughter of D. Blackwell, Esq.

Gloucester Telegraph (Gloucester, MA) – 9 October 1830
Another Revolutionary Soldier gone!!!  At Summerfield, Prince William County, Va., on the 5th ult. By the Rev. J. E. Weems, William Flatford, Esq. a soldier of the Revolution, aged 85 years, to Miss Chloe Allen, aged 45.

Richmond Whig (Richmond, VA) – 19 May 1840
MARRIED.  On Thursday 14th instant, by the Rev'd Wm. S. Plummer, Mr. Dan'l A. Ratcliffe of Prince William County, to Miss Mary Frances, daughter of James Bosher, Esqr. Of this city.

Massachusetts Spy (Worcester, MA) – 2 February 1848
In Petersham, Jan 10, Mr. N. Look, of Prince William County, Va., to Miss Sarah Ann Lincoln.

Critic-Record (Washington, DC) – 23 October 1875
MARRIAGE LICENSES.  Licenses to wed have been issued to Henry Washington and Jane Ware, George R. Atkinson, of Prince William co., Va., and Jennie B. Jones, of Fairfax county, Va.; Thomas C. Johnson and Elizabeth Tilghman, both of Baltimore; Thomas Shea and Mary Devine.

Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, MD) – 01 July 1899
COCKE-SMITH.  [Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun.]  Roanoke, VA., June 30. – Miss Lillie May Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D. Smith, was married tonight at St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church to Corey B. Cocke, of Prince William county.  Miss Marion Cocke, of Roanoke, was maid of honor and Dr. E. L. Downs best man.  The happy couple left on the midnight train for a Northern bridal tour.

Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, MD) – 28 September 1899
TAYLOR-SPINDLE.  [Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun].  Fredericksburg, VA., Sept. 27 – Mr. Robert B. Taylor, of Prince William county, and Mrs. Mary Alice Spindle, of Caroline county, were married heretoday at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. J. P. Stump officiating.

Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, MD) – 7 November 1903
HOTTLE-ROBINSON.  [Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun].  MANASSAS, VA., Nov. 6. – Miss Virginia Robinson, daughter of Mr. J. H. Robinson, and Mr. J. S. Hottle, of Shenandoah, Va., were married on Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock at the home of the bride, near Manassas, by Rev. R. Smith, of this place.  A wedding dinner was served immediately after the ceremony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Hottle left on a Northern tour.  On their return they will reside in Manassas.

Baltimore American (Baltimore, MD) – 22 June 1905
CLARKSON-THELIN. – A marriage of much interest which took place last evening was that of Miss Marie Bertin Thelin, daughter of Mrs. William T. Thelin, of Mount Washington, to Mr. Thomas B. Clarkson, of Prince William county, Va.  The bride, through her father, the late William T. Thelin, of this city, is of old French Huguenot descent, while through her mother, a daughter of the late Judge Griswold, she is a representative of one of the most important colonial lines of Maryland.  She is a very charming young girl, who only made her debut two seasons ago.  The groom is a son of Dr. Clarkson, of Prince William county, and comes of an old South Carolina family.

The ceremony was performed at 8 p. m. at St. John's Protestant Episcopal church, Mount Washington, by the rector, Rev. Wilbur F. Watkins, Jr.  The interior was beautifully decorated by the members of St. Mary's Guild with a profusion of sweet peas, roses, smilax and ferns.  Over the chancel was erected a canopy of red and white roses, beneath which the young couple stood for the marriage service.  Announcing the approach of the bridal party the hymn "Oh, Perfect Love" was sung by the choir of St. John's, the wedding chorus from "Lohengrin" being afterward rendered upon the organ by Miss Berth leary as the processional.  The bride entered with her brother, Mr. Griswold Tehlin, by whom she was given away.  She wore an exquisite gown of white liberty silk, trimmed with old lace, and a tulie veil, taught with orange blossoms.  Her ornaments were pearls, and instead of a bouquet she carried a white prayer book.  Two little girls – Misses Mary Kirk and Floy Van Den Burg – served as flower girls in dainty frocks of white embroidered mull, with pink ribbons, and carrying a basket of pink bridesmaid roses.

Mr. Walter Clarkson of Washington, brother of the groom, was best man.  The ushers were Mr. Robert H. B. Beverly, Mr. Alexander M. Breckenridge, and Mr. Hugh T. Clarkson, all of Virginia; Mr. Carl Clarkson, of Alabama, Mr. Thomas B. Headley, of Philadelphia, and Mr. William T. Thelin, Jr. of Lewiston, Pa.  After the ceremony the immediate members of the two families and the bridal party returned to the residence of Mrs. Thelin to drink the health of the bride and groom, who soon after left on their wedding trip.  Upon their return they will reside in Washington, D.C. 

On Tuesday afternoon the bridal party, with members of the two families, were entertained at luncheon at the Baltimore Country Club by Mrs. Charles E. Phelps, sister of the bride.  On Monday evening, a dinner in honor of the groom and his attendants was given by Charles. E. Phelps, also at the Country Club.

Baltimore American (Baltimore, MD) – 25 April 1906
Wedding in Manassas.  [Special to The American]  Manassas, Va., April 24 – Dr. W. U. Newman and Miss Florence Herrell were married at 12 o'clock today at the home of Capt. And Mrs. J. E. Herrell, on Battle street.  The ceremony was performed in the presence of the members of the bride's family and a few of her more intimate friends.  Dr. Newman is a prominent physician of this place.  The bride's father, Capt. J. E. Herrell, is a treasurer of Prince William county.

Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, MD) – 27 August 1907
CLINE-KEYS.  [Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun.]  Fredericksburg, Va., Aug. 26 – Miss Annie Gertrude Keys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Keys, of Prince William county, and Dr. T. C. Cline, of Dumfries, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. A. J. Cummings officiating.  The couple left on a bridal tour for the Jamestown Exposition.  They will reside at Dumfries.

Washington Bee (Washington, DC) – 29 June 1918
QUIETLY MARRIED.  Miss Dovie Peters and Mr. Norman B. Grigsby were married Wednesday, June 19, 1918.  Owing to the recent departure of the bride's brother for France, the couple were married quietly by the Rev. J. Strange, of Alexandria, Va.  Only the nearest relatives were present.  The bride wore a lovely gown of white georgette crepe trimmed most artistically with white and pink beads.  The hat was of white straw and georgette crepe touched here and there with forget-me-not, which corresponded most wonderfully with the bouquet she carried.  Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Nellie B. Peters, of Washington.  The bride and groom left immediately after the ceremony for a short stay with their parents in Virginia.  The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Peters of Manassas, Va.  The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grigsby of Marshall, Va.  The couple will later return to Washington, where Mr. Grigsby will take up his duties with the War Risk Insurance.

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