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  Keyser Tribune, August 4, 1905-

"John Bier and Miss Mildred Duer were united in marriage yesterday evening at 7:30, Rev. Barnes officiating - Cumberland News of 3rd.

The groom is well known here, having run a restaurant near the B. & O. depot a short time ago. He was granted a divorce from his first wife only a short time before the above mentioned marriage."


Keysr Tribune, August 4, 1905-

"A very pretty wedding took place Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tabler, N. 18 Seymour street. The contracting parties were Mr. Harry McDowell Adams and Miss Clara Vernon Tabler. Rev. W. A. Melvin officiating. The maid of honor was Miss Catherine Tabtler a sister of the bride, and Mr. D. W. Hoeratter acted as groomsman. After the cetemony a sumptuous supper was served. The happy pair left yesterday for Alaska where they will visit friends and relatives. After a brief honeymoon they will reside in South Cumberland. - Cumb. News, July 29th."


Keyser Tribune, August 4, 1905-

"License to wed were granted at Cumberland as follows:

July 28 - Chas. Wilbert Conk and Hannah Malinda Propst, both of Franklin, W. Va. Newton Streets and Ella Medcap, both of Elk Garden.

Aug. 1. - George William Shepherd, Rawlings, and Mary Stinebaugh, Great Cacapon. Alfred McKenzie and Cora Wolford, both of Cumberland. Philip Edward Notter, Mt. Vernon, Indiana, and Maud Williams, Shenandoah, Va.

July 31. - Horace Holt Winthers and Virgie Kavanaugh Phillips, both of Buckhannon, W. Va.

August 2. - Boyd Wilson Reed and Maud Taylor, both of Piedmont. Frank Nelson and Bertie Mellen, of Riverton, W. Va. Charles Yates Grayson, of Cumberland, and Katheryne Eukeola Kinzer, of Front Royal, Va."

Keyser Tribune, October 29, 1920, Elk Garden-

"We have not mentioned in our items a certain marriage. The event took place at McCoole, Md. Sept. 22, 1920. The Rev. Mr. DeLong united in marriage D. M. Duckworth and Miss Lena Wilson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson. Mr. Duckworth has secured employment at Elk Garden and he and his wife are now residing here."


Keyser Tribune, December 3, 1920-

"Mr. Chas. Carnell, a brakeman on the third division and Miss Hattie Gerard, of our city, were married Wednesday in Cumberland. They came to Keyser and left this morning on No. 2 for a month's trip to New York and other eastern cities."


Keyser Tribune, December 3, 1920-

"The many friends of Mr. James Sample were surprised to learn of his marriage on November 17 to Miss Effie Ravenscroft. The Rev. W. B. Wilt performed the ceremony and "Jim and Mrs. Jim" kept it secret until today when they formally announced the event. Mr. and Mrs. Sample will reside in Keyser."



West Virginia Tribune, Keyser, WV., May 20, 1876-


SIMMONS - COSNER. - On the 14th inst., by Rev. Wm. Junkins, near Mt. Storm, Grant County, VALENTINE SIMMONS to MISS MARY J. Cosner. The former of Mineral and the latter of Grant County.

NORTH - JENKINS. - At the residence of Mr. Jno. O. Bradfield, in Delta, La., on the 19th inst.' by Rev. Dr. Sansom Mr. O. (or C.) S. NORTH, of Sinds county, and MISS JOHNNIE JENKINS, of Delta.

LONG - BROOKS. - On Thursday evening, 11th inst., by Rev. H. Hoffman, at his residence in Keyser, Mr. JAMES T. LONG, of Allegany Co., Md., to Mrs. MARY BROOKS, of Mineral Co., W. Va.


West Virginia Tribune, Keyser, WV., October 25, 1879-


TIMBROOK - OATS. - On the 18th ???(unreadable) in the Bean Settlement, by Rev. Mr. Umstot, Mr. GEO. W. TIMBROOK to Miss ANNIE BELL, daughter of Mr. Robert Oats.

SMITH - HARRISON. - At the residence of the bride's parents, on Mike's Run, this county, Oct. 22, 1879, by Rev. P. B. Smith, Mr. GEORGE W. SMITH to Miss FLORENCE A. HARRISON.

BILLER - DYKE. - In Piedmont, on October 23, 1879, M. C. BILLER to SARAH C. DYKE.

REEL - EYE. - On Monday, Sept. 22nd, 1879, at the residence of Mrs. Foley's, in Grant county, by the Rev. Wm. Michael, Mr. H. C. REEL to Miss BETTIE EYE.


Keyser Tribune, August 15, 1902, Elk Garden News-

Oscar Abernathy and Miss Flora B. Barrick, of Hampshire, this county, were married at the residence of Clary Liller, this place, Wednesday, Aug. 6th, 1902, Rev. W. S. Raw officiating.