Saturday, August 24, 2013
Marriages Notices from Sources Outside PWCo
Philadelphia Inquirer – May 31, 1896 – MARRIED, Cather-Wheeler – on the 20th inst., at Hazelplain Farm, Prince William county, Va., by Rev. Andrew Cather, Mary Emma Cather to James Davenport Wheeler.
Baltimore Sun – September 28, 1899 – TAYLOR-SPINDLE. Fredericksburg, Va., Sept. 27 – Mr. Robert B. Taylor, of Prince William county, and Mrs. Mary Alice Spindle, of Caroline county, were married here today at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. J. P. Stump officiating.
Baltimore Sun – August 27 1907 – CLINE-KEYS – 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.
Baltimore American – April 20, 1911 – Latham-Latimer. [Special to the American] Hyattesville, Md., April 19 – In Pinkney Memorial Church here this evening Miss Laura Edyth Latimer, daughter of the late James Latimer, of Charles county, Md. And Mrs. Mary L. Latimer, of Oaklawn, this place, became the wife of William Carroll Latham, of Hickory Grove, Prince William county, Va. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Henry Thomas, rector of St. Matthew's Parish. The bride was attended by miss Ethel Gwynn of Laurel, Prince Georges county, and the best man was Henry Latham, brother of the bridegroom. The ushers were Dr. Thomas E. and James Latimer, brothers of the bride, and the Messrs. Ish, cousins of the bridegroom. The bride was given away by her brother, Dr. Guy W. Latimer of Hyattsville. Mr. and Mrs. Latham will reside at Hickory Grove, Va., where the bridegroom conducts a large stock farm.
Baltimore Sun – June 10, 1913 – Fredericksburg, Va – The marriage of Russel H. Willis of Roanoke to Miss Bessie B. Brower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Brower, of Prince William county, will take place Wednesday evening at St. Paul's Episcopal Church at Haymarket, Prince William County.