Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Wedding Wednesday: Cannon-Campbell / Hornbaker-Baker / Muddlmann-Cornwell (1901)

Evening Star (Washington, DC)
12 October 1901

The marriage of Miss Katie M. Cannon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cannon of Manasas, Va., and Mr. Charles B. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. David B. Campbell, Monroe street, Anacostia, took place Wednesday evening last at the residence of the bride's parents.  Rev. James W. Many, pastor of the East Washington Heights Baptist Church, near Anacostia, performed the ceremony.  After the service Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left on a trip through Maryland and Pennsylvania.  They will make their home in Anacostia upon their return.  Among those present from Washington to witness the ceremony were Mrs. David Campbell, Mrs. Jane McLean, Miss Lillias Thorn, Mr. F. L. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hooe, Mrs. J. F. Campbell and Mrs. James Martin of Fort Foote, Md.

Evening Star
24 October 1901

Miss Daisy Hornbaker, daughter of John R. Hornbaker of Manassas, and Mr. George D. Baker, also of that place, were married yesterday in the Presbyterian Church at Manassas.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Garland Hamner.  Immediately after the marriage Mr. and Mr.s Baker left for a northern tour.

Miss Virgie Muddlmann and Mr. B. C. Cornwell were married last evening at the Methodist Church in Manassas.  The officiating clergyman was Rev. Robert Smith.

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