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1 * Married By in J.L. Yantis M.G. Family: F371
2 * Married: 13 OCT 1847 in Callaway Co. Missouri
* Married: 6 OCT 1847 in Callaway Co. Missouri (from LDS) 
Family: F548
3 * Married: 18 FEB 1869 in Callaway Co. Missouri 1 3
* Married: 18 MAR 1869
* Event: Married By in S. A. Beauchamp, M.G.
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CHARLES A. RILEY Marriages: Spouse: ORETTO RAILEY 18 FEB 1869 , Callaway, Missouri 
Family: F542
4 * Married: 21 APR 1869 in Audraine, Co., Missouri (MCLutz)
* Married: 23 DEC 1864 in Callaway Co. Missouri 
Family: F558
5 Married By Rev. J.F. Howe Family: F502
6 # Married By Rev. Joseph P. Howe
# Note: Some have them married in Nicholas Co., KY 
Family: F527
7 ... married at the home of the bride in Callaway County near Fulton, Missouri. They made their home on a farm, 4 miles northeast of Fulton. Family: F14347298
8 Absalom Milton, surety for marriage. Family: F1347
9 Also, another possibility in neighboring Orange Co., VA:
Jonathan Herring married Polly Hill 23 Mar 1814, witness John Walker & Elijah Holbert; bondsman, Elijah Holbert; minister, William Mason. 
Family: F591
10 Alt Marriage Date: 5 Mar 1779
IGI search provided both dates, 5 Mar 1778 and 1779. 
Family: F599
11 Alt Marriage: James HALL Date: 17 Jun 1818 Location: Albemarle County, Virginia Family: F642
12 Alt Marriage: Reuben COFFER Date: Between 1793 and 1800 Location: , , Kentucky, USA Family: F653
13 Because of her young age, I have verified this marriage by looking at the scan of the marriage certificate. Her father had to give his permission because she was too young to marry. This is the correct information. Family: F14349429
14 Bedford Co, VA marriages, Jan. 8, 1799; Jesse Wilks & Faney Guldin; Anderson Melton, Surety; Married by Alderson Weeks, Jan 10, 1799.
Alt Marriage: Fanny GULDEN Date: 1799 Notes: Anderson Melton was surety 
Family: F1334
15 Bedford Co., Virginia Family: F798
16 Bedford County Marriages - Aug. 31, 1795; John Wilks & Barberry Numan; Edmund Franklin. Surety; Consent of Conrad Newman; Married by Alderson Weeks, Sept. 3, 1795 Family: F1332
17 Bedford County, Virginia Family: F57
18 by James A. Suggett, M.G Family: F1373
19 by William Dundon Family: F1419
20 Callaway Cty Mo, On the 29th August - 1839 I joined in matrimony John F. Fletcher and Judith Simco both of this County.
Theododuck? Bowlware
Recorded 29th August 1839 Jas Baskett Recorder 
Family: F40
21 Callaway Weekly Gazette
Jan. 24, 1879
Holt Summit Briefs.
On last THursday evening our young friend Thos. N. Holt led to the hymepeal alter Miss Laura P. Greenway. Rev. R.B. Swift officiating. We congratulate Mr. Holt in securing so fair a prize. 
Family: F14346649
22 Carrington - Sheley
December 22, 1885 at the residence of the bride's father, B. F. Sheley, near Guthrie, Missouri, by Rev. Mitchell, Miss Nannie Sheley and Robt. Carrington.

Record of marriage, Robert R. Carrington of Guthrie county of Callaway state of Missouri who is over the age of twenty-one years and Nannie P. Sheley of Guthrie in the county of Callaway state of Missouri who is over the age of eighteen years. This is to certify that the undersigned a Minister did at Guthrie in said county on the 22nd day of December A.D. 1885 unite in Marriage the above named persons. J.M. Mitchner. 
Family: F1113
23 Carter to Herring
Callaway County, I do hereby certify that on the 7th day of September, 1842 I joined in marriage John G. Carter to Miss Matilda Herring of said county.
Noah Flood M.G.
filed and recorded 1? October 1842.
A. ? Geo. Bartley Rec. 
Family: F38
24 Cave-Sandford
The marriage of Miss Rosa Sanford to Shannon H. Cave was solemnized at the Dixie Methodist church on Sunday eveningm July 27, at 8 o'clock, Rev. J.S. Bowles, of Ashland, officiating.
The bridesmaids were Miss Mayme Reynolds, of Fulton, and Miss Maud Bush; groomsmen, Messrs. Nick Cave and Sam Will Hugh.
The flower girls were little Misses Merle Bush and Annie Gathright; Miss Madge Renoe played the wedding march from Mendellshon for the bridal procession to the alter. The church was crowded with the relatives and many friends of the bride and groom who were present to witness the beautiful ceremony that made them one until death do them part.
The bride and bridesmaid were attired in gowns of white organdie and carried shower bouquets of bride roses. This wedding was the first that had occurred in the Dixie church and it was indeed, a fitting introduction of the church into the uses for such solemn rites.
Miss Sanford is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Madison Sanford of near Dixie, and is a young lady of the highest character and quite popular among a host of the younger members of society in the community in which she resides. Mr., Cave is the son of John C. cave, one of the most influential citizens of southern Callawaym and is engaged in the general merchandise business at Dixie. He is a young man of excellent business qualification and a general all around good fellow and the union of these two young people is an event that will bring abundant happines to themselves and to their many friends.
After the ceremony had been pronounce and congratulations had been extendedm the happy couple repaird to the home of the bride, where on On Tuesday, a reception and dinner was given in their honor at the home of the groom's parents, and on both of these occasions all the good things of southern Callaway's delightful hospitality was spread before the guests, including a hearty welcome and a good old fashioned time of merry making and laughter.
The young couple will go to house keeping at once in the dwelling behind the store at Dixie where they will be at home to their friends. The Gazzette extends congratulations. 
Family: F469
25 Colter-Day Wedding
Miss Merle Irene Day of this city, and Milford Forest Colter, of Jefferson City, were married in Marshall, Missouri, Saturday, July 2.
Mrs. Colter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Day of East Ninth street of this city. The bride is a former student of the Fulton high school and for the last four years has been an employee of the Southwestern Bell Telephone company.
The bride is a popular young lady and possess a very winning personality, which has won her many friends.
Mr. Colter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Colter of Jefferson City. He is well and favorably known and has many friends here. The couple will make their home in Jefferson City where Mr. Colter is employed.
They were accompanied by Miss Margaret McCall of this city and Mr. Charles Baker of Marshall Missouri.
The marriage was a complete surprise to many of their friends, who wish them a married life of much happiness and joy. 
Family: F14347514
26 Coosa Co., Alabama Family: F938
27 Coosa Co., Alabama Family: F945
28 Copy of marriage record:
This certifies that on the 16th of Jan 1864 Mr Robt R Carrington was Married to Miss Julia S Holt by Eld W H Purulaw (?) all of Callaway Co Mo - Filed & Recorded Jany 17 1864 (word unreadable) Thos B. Westrt? Recorder 
Family: F1112
29 Craghead-Bowen
The marriage of John A. Craghead and Miss Dollie Bowen, which occurred Wednesday evening at the study of the Christian church in this city, was a pleasant surprise to the young couple's many friends. Reverend Hart said the ceremony. The groom is a steady young man, a son of Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Craghead of this city, and the bride a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bowen and a young lady of good social standing. 
Family: F14347480
30 Craghead-Millard
Earl N. Craghead and Miss Myrtle Millard were married Sunday morning by Judge J.W. Tincher at his home in North Nichols street. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Millard, five miles east of Fulton, and the bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Julie Craghead of the same neighborhood. They are well in the neighborhood in which they live and have the best wishes of their many friends for a happy married life. They expect to make their home with the bridegroom's mother. 
Family: F1741
31 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F238
32 Date from Woodford County, Kentucky Marriages 1789-1850. Family: F278
33 Date of Bond Family: F97
34 Date of marriage is on their headstone. Family: F14347466
35 Dawson-Davis
Benjamin Y. Dawson, a well-known Callawegian and Miss Minten Davis were married at the home of the bride's father, Joseph L. Davis, two and one-half miles south of Readsville, Tuesday evening, in the presence of a small company of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson departed Wednesday for San Antonio, Tex., where Mr. Dawson is engaged in the land business, and where they will spend the winter.
Mr. Dawson is a substantial citizen and is known for his enterprise and progressiveness. Mrs. Dawson is an estimable young woman and is highly esteemed in the community. 
Family: F951
36 Dec. 4, 1830; James Wilks & Elozabeth Crumb; Gilbert Crumb, Surety; Married by William Leftwich, Dec. 7, 1830 Family: F1316
37 Did not find a marriage record, but her name was given on his death certificate. Family: F14349132
38 divorced in 1877 Family: F808
39 Double Wedding at Millersburg
The staid old village of Millersburg was the scene of much matrimony on last Sabbath. Just after the morning services at the Christian church were over, the paster, Rev. Egan Heerndon, was called upon to officiate at a double wedding and according to the wishes of the parties concerned, the knots were tied under the big, blue canopy of heaven. He married Noah Wilkerson and Miss Emma Thomasson, and Charles Herring and Miss Myrtle Davis, the contracting parties being seated in their buggies during the ceremony, which took plase in front of the post office. 
Family: F1713
40 Dunavant-Smith
E.W. Dunavant, president of the Dunavant Clothing Company of this city, and Miss Newell Smith, daughter of James W. Smith, surprised their friends by being married last Sunday at the home of the bride's father in Bourbon township, Rev. M.A. Hart said the ceremony.
The wedding was listed as a June event, and it's occurance at an earlier time surprised the most intimate friends of both the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Dunavant are living temporarily at the Palace Hotel, but in the course of a few weeks they will begin house-keeping in the new Oscar Black dwelling on Centre street.
Mr. Dunavant is well known in both business and political circles, and is esteemed highly by all who know him. His bride is an attractive young lady whose womanly qualities have won for her a host of staunch admirers. 
Family: F14346725
41 Dunavant-Woods
Eldridge Dunavant and Miss Clara Woods were married at the residence of Rev. J.W. Ramsey in this city Wednesday morning, Reverend Ramsey officiating. Mr. Dunavant is the son of J.C. Dunavant, south of this city, and is an energetic young farmer. They will live in the Middle River section. 
Family: F14346741
42 Ernest L. Blackburn of Durant in the county of Blue, and the state of Indian Teritory who is over the age of 21, and Miss Anna B. Carter of Fulton in the county of Callaway and the state of Mo. who is over the age of 18 years, license granted April 22, 1901, John M. Bryan, Recorder of Deeds.
A minister of the Gospel did at Fulton in said county on the 23rd day of April, 1901 unite in marriage the above named persons. J.H. Jackson 
Family: F662
43 Error on original transcription, Huff instead of Houf Family: F14347946
44 Feb. 25, 1811; Henry Wilks & Lucy Smith, Richard Dearin, Surety Family: F1324
45 Franklin Co Virginia Family: F827
46 Franklin Co., Virginia Family: F822
47 Franklin Co., Virginia Family: F827
48 Franklin Co., Virginia Family: F957
49 From "Marriage Bonds of Bedford Co., Virginia, 1755 - 1800", by Earle S. Dennis & Jane E. Smith:
August 22, 1785: George Key to Sukey Craghead; Robert Cowan, sur.; consent of John Craghead, father of Sukey. 
Family: F95
50 From Albemarle Co marriage records:
Amanda Herring married Anthony Priddy 15 Dec 1841; minister, Willis Huckstep; bondsman, James Eastham; Witness, Ira Garrett. 
Family: F617

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