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The following marriage announcements come from Barton County newspapers:

AMIDON -- see CORSON

ANDERSON -- see GAGE

ARMSTRONG -- see WILSON

BAUGH -- LEWIS
Mr. Jesse BAUGH and Miss Jane LEWIS, colored, both of Deception creek, were married by Rev. A. L. DE LA VERGNE at his residence Tuesday, December 3rd.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, December 5, 1889

BEECHER -- NEWBY
Married on Wednesday evening, October 2, by Rev. I. K. HASKINS, Mr. W. M. BEECHER and Miss Rosa NEWBY, both of this place.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, October 3, 1889

BUTLER -- JONES
Married... on Thursday, July 3, at Great Bend, Mr. James BUTLER and Miss Ella JONES, both of this city.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, July 10, 1890

CLARK -- DeLONG
Married at the residence of the bride's parents at Walton, Kansas, June 27, at 8:30 o'clock, P.M., by the Rev. WHARTON, of the M.E. Church, Ira H. CLARK, of this place, and Miss Nellie DeLong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. DeLONG.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, June 27, 1889

CORSON -- AMIDON
Mr. Asa L. CORSON, the genial day operator at the Mo. Pacific depot in this city, and Miss Belle AMIDON, one of our most popular young ladies, were united in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents in Hoisington on Tuesday evening, Rev. WATSON, pastor of the M. E. Church at Great Bend officiating.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, July 25, 1889

CUMMINGS -- SANTRY
Mr. M. A. CUMMINGS of Claflin, and Miss Pauline SANTRY, of Ellinwood, were married Tuesday evening, October 22, by Rev. EMMERICH.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, October 31, 1889

DAY -- see KNAPP

DEGEN -- JACOBY
Married.... on Sunday evening at 6 o'clock, July 6th, at the residence of Mr. C. SAMUELS at Great Bend, Mr. Sol DEGEN, of this city, and Miss Pauline JACOBY, of Great Bend, Judge OGLE officiating.... Miss JACOBY is a niece of Mr. C. SAMUELS of Great Bend and a lady of excellent disposition. The newly married couple have taken up their abode in this city.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, July 10, 1890

DeLONG -- see CLARK

DENNIS -- CARLANDER
Mrs. S. M. DENNIS and Miss Lelia CARLANDER, both of this city, were married at the Grand Central hotel at Great Bend, Tuesday, March 4, by Jodge OGLE.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, March 6, 1890

DOTTER -- ROESLER
Married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mrs. Gus H. DOTTER and Miss Josie ROESLER, on Thursday, August 15, 1889.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, August 22, 1889

FOSTER -- see NETWON

FOENNIES -- see HARMS

GALLOWAY -- SHANNON
Mr. Fred GALLOWAY, of Claflin, and Miss Alice SHANNON, of Ellinwood, were married on Monday, November 4th. We wish the couple a long life of happiness.
Hoisington Dispatch -- (Claflin news section) Thursday, November 14, 1889

GAGE -- GORDON
GAGE -- ANDERSON
Double Wedding...... On Monday, the 27th inst., at 4 p.m., at the residence of Rev. A. L. De La Vergne, Dr. W. M. GAGE, of Verbeck, and Mrs. Dr. L. R. GORDON, of Cecil, Ohio, were united in marriage. Also at the same time and place Frank Gage, of Verbeck, and Miss J. H. ANDERSON, of Cecil, Ohio. The brides are mother and daughter and the grooms father and son.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, May 30, 1889

GILMAN -- ROBERTS
The following notice from the Southwestern Stockman, of Wilcox, Arizona, chronicles the wedding of Miss Hattie Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm ROBERTS, of near this city.
It is with great pleasure that we chronicle the marriage of Mr. John R. GILMAN, of the stock firm of GILMAN Brothers, and brother of our County Assessor, and Miss Hattie ROBERTS. of Aravaipa Canon, who is the niece of Mrs. P. BREWER. The wedding took place at the residence of Mrs. BREWER in Aravaipa on Wednesday evening last, being solemnized by Rev. N. L. Guthrie.......
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, January 30, 1890

GOIT -- WILLIAMSON
Married on Tuesday, April 16th, at 1:30 p.m., at 347 Hayes Avenue, Chicago, Dr. E. G. GOIT of Hoisington and Miss Tina B. WILLIAMSON, of Chicago.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, April 18, 1889

GORDON -- see GAGE

HARMS -- FOENNIES   [i.e. TOENNIES]
Mr. John HARMS and Miss Annie FOENNIES were married last Friday, January 3d, at Great Bend by Judge OGLE.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, Jan. 9, 1890
Note......... The following message, from Nancy Westmoreland (email: nwest@webzone.net), shows the above name, Foennies, to be a typo on the part of the 1890 newspaper: My grandmother's older sister was Anna Louise TOENNIES, born 8 Sep 1868. She married John Harms and I believe moved to California, 3 children. I think my gr grandfather John TOENNIES moved the family there abt 1876 or so, stayed abt 10 yrs, moved to OK Territory in 1890's and then to Kiowa CO. KS area.

HEATH -- ?????
Ed. HEATH and bride arrived in Hoisington Monday night. The Dispatch joins with friends in wishing them much happiness in their journey through life.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, December 5, 1889

HOWARD --- WELTMER
Married.... at the residence of the officiating minister, Elder HASKINS, in Hoisington, on May 16th, 1890, Mr. Wm. H. HOWARD and Miss Sarah M. WELTMER, both of Eureka township.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, May 22, 1890

JACOBY -- see DEGEN

JONES -- see BUTLER

KNAPP -- DAY
DOWNEY -- WAGNER

Judge OGLE has issued the following license to marry since the 20th: Martin KNAPP and Katie E. DAY; J. A. DOWNEY and Mary E. WAGNER, of Claflin
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, April 4, 1889

KOHN -- PARR
Mr. Samuel KOHN and Mrs. Eugenia PARR, both of this place, were married at Great Bend Thursday of last week.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, September 5, 1889

LEWIS -- see BAUGH

McMAHAN -- see RICHARDSON

MART -- NORTON
Wedding bells rang for Mr. Ed MART and Miss Lide NORTON Thursday evening
Hoisington Dispatch -- (from "County Seat" news section) Thursday, May16, 1889

MAURER -- see PILKINGTON

MORRIS -- see WHITE
NEWBY -- see BEECHER

NEWTON -- FOSTER
D. J. NEWTON and Miss FOSTER were married last week.
Hoisington Dispatch -- -- (from "County Seat" news section) Thursday, December 5, 1889

NORTON -- see MART

PARR -- see KOHN

PILKINGTON -- MAURER
John A. PILKINGTON and Miss Emma E. MAURER, both of this place, were married at the German M. E. parsonage at Great Bend, Tuesday evening by Rev. A. J. ROSS.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, August 15, 1889

RICHARDSON -- McMAHAN
Married... on Monday, June 30, by the Priest at Olmitz, Mr. T. L. RICHARDSON and Miss Ella McMAHAN, both of this city. The young couple are quite well and favorably known here and we wish them a long life of happiness.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, July 3, 1890

RICHARDSON -- SHATTUCK
Married.... on Thursday evening, July 24, Mr. J. C. RICHARDSON and Miss May SHATTUCK, both of near this city. The young people are well known in this vicinity, the groom being a prosperous farmer and stock raiser, and the bride the daughter of our S. S. SHATTUCK.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, July 3, 1890

RUDE
A son was born to Mrs. W. RUDE Sunday the 23d.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, February 27, 1890

ROBERTS -- see GILMAN

ROESLER -- see DOTTER

SANTRY -- see CUMMINGS

SHANNON -- see GALLOWAY

SHATTUCK -- see RICHARDSON

TOENNIES -- see HARMS

WEBBER -- ZIMMERMAN
At the residence of the bride's parents in Hoisington, Wednesday, April 10th, at 8:40 p.m., Miss Carrie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ZIMMERMAN and Mr. Harry H. WEBBER, of Bloomington, Illinois, Rev J. W. THOMPSON, Presbyterian minister of Great Bend, officiating. After the ceremony and crongratulations the wedding party partook of a well prepared lunch and the couple then took the night train for their future home in Bloomington.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, April 11, 1889

WELTMER -- see HOWARD

WHITE -- MORRIS
Married.... on Sunday, July 27, at 4 p.m. at the M. E. parsonage in this city by Rev. F.M. PITKIN, Mr. Geo. R. WHITE and Miss Maggie V. MORRIS, both of Great Bend. The ceremony was witnessed by Mr. MORRIS and Miss Eva MORRIS, father and sister of the bride, Mr. Wm. WHITE and wife, brother and sister-in-law of the groom, all of Eureka township, and Mr. and Mrs. COOK of Great Bend.

Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, July 31, 1890

WILLIAMSON -- see GOIT

WILSON ARMSTRONG
Married.... at the residence of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, father of the bride, in district 52, on Wednesday evening, June 4th at 9 o'clock, Mr. B. F. WILSON and Miss Della A. ARMSTRONG, Rev. F. M. PITKIN officiating. About one hundred friends and relatives were present.
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, June 5, 1890

ZIMMERMAN -- see WEBBER


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