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MARRIAGES

The following list is of MARRIAGES that actually took place, as opposed to Marriage LICENSES that were issued.

 

Joshua Robison & Mary Alice Sinnett
13 December 1871, Cumberland, Allegany Co.,
MD.
(Courtesy of Pat Robison)

 
 
 

  

Henry J. Koelker & Clara Holzen
February 17, 1898

  

       

James Dawson & Mary Layman
August 11, 1926
William Humbertson & Mildred Rice
August 11, 1926

(Courtesy of Byron Schulten)

 

Wilbur Crowe & Mary Powers McVeigh
April 27, 1927

                        

 

               

Eldred A. Kerr & E. LaVern Rankin
June 30, 1941

 

David Phillip Norris & Edith Lee Gracie
January 11, 1943

 

 

 


 

   Thomas J. Martin & Genevieve Curran

April 26, 1927

 

 

  

 

George Layman & Margaret Bryson
September 29, 1946

 

          

 

      Elizabeth Winner & William E. Kelly

August 5, 1951

 
 

ANGLE ~ DEVLIN

"Miss Jean C. Angle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Angle, McCoole road, near Westernport, and Sgt. Daniel Myles Devlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Devlin, Midland, were married Monday morning at 9 o'clock at a nuptial mass at St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, celebrated by the Rev. Monsignor A. Scarpati, pastor, The Rev. Leon Warczyneki, and The Rev. Charles Quinn, assistant pastors, were in the sanctuary. The double ring ceremony was used. Mrs. Hazel Arnold Angle, Westernport, was her sister-in-law's matron-of-honor and Cpl. John Devlin, Midland, was his brother's best man. George Ord, Westernport, sang, "Strew Before Our Lady's Altar," and "On This Day O Beautiful Mother." Mrs. Ord played the organ. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown on princess lines with a finger-tip veil and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Judith Ann and Rosemary Ord, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Ord, carried the bride's train. The matron-of-honor wore a pink satin net gown and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. A wedding breakfast was served at the Potomac hotel Piedmont, for the immediate families of the bridal couple. Sgt. and Mrs. Devlin have gone to Washington and Pittsburgh for their wedding trip. He will leave Jan. 23 to report for duty. The bride is a graduate of St. Peter's high school, class of 1942, and is employed in the office of the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper company. Sgt. Devlin is a graduate of Central high school, Lonaconing, and was employed at the Celanese plant when he entered the service. He is stationed at Matigorta Island, Foster Field, Texas. Mrs. Devlin will reside with her parents for the present."
"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thurs 11 Jan 1945
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted August 22, 2009

 

 

ATKINSON ~ CAIN

ATKINSON ~ HENRY 

Double Wedding.
Midland, Md.. June 29. ~ St. Joseph's Catholic Church was the scene of a very pretty double wedding on Tuesday, June 28, at 4 p.m.  The contracting parties were Miss Elizabeth Atkinson, of this place, and Mr. Saul (James R) Henry, of Pittsburg. Pa., and Miss Mary Atkinson and Mr. James Cain, both of this place. The attendants for Miss Elizabeth Atkinson and Mr. Saul Henry were Miss Bridget Cain and Mr. John Henry; and for Miss Mary Atkinson and Mr. James Cain, Miss Mary Kenny and Mr, Ray Cain.  The brides were dressed in Alice blue silk and carried bouquets of white roses. The brides are the daughters to Mr. and Mrs. John Atkinson, of this place, and of the grooms, Mr. Henry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry, of Vale Summit, and Mr Cain is the son of Mr. and Mrs Patrick Cain, of this place. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. P. Mackall, pastor. After the ceremony they were driven to the home of the brides' parents, where an  elegant wedding supper was served. Mr. and Mrs Henry left on the G C and C train at 5 p.m. for Pittsburg where they will make their future home.  Mr and Mrs Cain will reside here.
Cumberland Alleganian; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Thursday, June 30, 1910 - pg 3, col 4
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted May 8, 2015

BARHAM ~ McKENZIE

Charles E. Barham and Adeline V. McKenzie were married at 6 o'clock yesterday morning at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church by Rev. Fr. Alban. The attendants were Raymond V. McKenzie and Miss Margaret Shober. Following a wedding breakfast at the bride's home, they left on a wedding trip to eastern points. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barham, 208 Piedmont Avenue. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Jane McKenzie.
Cumberland Evening Times, April 17, 1931
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 18, 2013

 

BARLEY ~ FRADISKA

Anna Cecilia Fradiska, daughter of Mrs. Anneta and the late George Fradiska, Henderson Boulevard, and Edward Leo Barley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Barley, North Centre street, were married this morning at SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, by Rev. Father Boniface, O. M. Cap. The attendants were Mrs. C. J. Everline, sister of the bridegroom, and John J. Meyers. The bride wore a dress of bagdon blue crepe with dubonnet accessories and a corsage of Americnn Beauty roses. The matron of honor wore plumbloom crepe with grey accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses. Following breakfast at the Fort Cumberland Hotel for the wedding party and immediate families, Mr. and Mrs. Barley left on a motor trip to Canada. Upon their return they will reside at 223 Union street.
Cumberland Evening Times, 23 September 1937
Posted December 6, 2009

 

BARRY ~ BECHIE

"Frostburg, July 20-The marriage of Miss Mary Agnes Bechie, daughter of John Bechie, Vale Summit and Joseph Paul Barry, son of James J. Barry, Eckhart, took place this morning at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Rev. Joseph A. Weber, first assistant pastor, performed the
ceremony and was celebrant of the low nuptial Mass..."
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland Tue 20 Jul 1937
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted October 17, 2009

 

BASSETT ~ TIGHE

"Frederick Leo Tighe, of Wadsworth, Ohio, and Miss Norma Ann Bassett, of Valley City, Ohio, were married Saturday, in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, by the assistant pastor, Rev. Dominic A. Bonomo. The attendants were Patrick G. Tighe, brother of the bride-groom, and Miss Helen Tighe, his cousin. Breakfast was served the wedding party at the home of Mr. Tighe's cousins. Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. Jr. Mr. Tighe is a former resident of Frostburg."
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, Thu 18 Aug 1938
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted September 16, 2011

BOLDEN - SPEDDEN
 
Married in Oakland.
OAKLAND, Md, Jan. 37[sic] [Special.] - Mr. Gus. A. Bolden, of the  Terra Alta Oracle, and Miss Sadie V. Spedden, of Oakland were married  here Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bolden will spend a few days at  Meyersdale, Pa, before returning to Terra Alta, where they will begin  housekeeping in the Smith Forman property.
**** Note the date is listed as Jan. 37 in the newspaper
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; January 27, 1894;  page 6.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted June 14, 2013

BOND ~ HUMBERTSON

Pretty Wedding
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Bond, Centre street, was the scene of a very elaborate wedding on Wednesday evening, when their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Bond, was united in marriage to Mr. Salem Humbertson, of Cumberland. The bride was attired in a handsome gown of lace, and carried a beautiful bouquet.  Miss Margaret Bond, sister of the bride, was the bridesmad and wore a pretty gown of white net. The ceremony was followed by a reception in which about sixty guest participated. The happy couple will reside in Cumberland.
Saturday, 15 August 1914; Evening Times (Cumberland, MD)
~Genie
Posted June 22, 2011

BRODERICK ~ CONLON

Miss Lena Broderick and Mr. Michael Conlon, two of Frostburg's popular young people, were married this morning at 8 o'clock at St. Michael's Catholic church by Father Joseph No??. Daniel Brady acted as best man and Miss Gertrude Bright, of Lonaconing, acted as bride's maid. At the conclusion of the ceremony the happy couple and their attendants were driven to the residence of the his parents, where a wedding breakfast and reception was tendered. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J. S. Broderick, of this place, one of the most popular members of the younger social set, while the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Conlon, of Main street, and a clever young man. Mr and Mrs. Broderick were the recipients of many handsome presents. The happy couple, after a short trip, will return and make Frostburg their future home, the groom being employed here.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Tuesday, September 19, 1905 - pg 2, col 1
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted November 19, 2011

 

BRODERICK ~ STAKEM

At 9 o'clock yesterday morning in St. Mary's Church, here, Mr. William Joseph Broderick, of Midland, and Miss Catherine Esther Stakem, of Lonaconing, were married by Rev. Father Joseph P. Nolan, rector. The wedding was private and was witnessed only by the immediate relatives of the contracting parties. Mr. John Broderick, residing in Ohio, and brother to the groom, was best man, and Miss Winifred Stakem, sister to the bride, was bridesmaid. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dilliam (sic) Broderick, of Midland, and the bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Stakem, this place, and both people are extremely popular among their very large number of friends and acquaintances. The groom is employed by the Consolidation Coal Company. They will take up housekeeping in Lonaconing at once. The people of both Midland and Lonaconing join in extending congratulations and best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Broderick for their future happiness and prosperity.
Evening Times - Cumberland, Maryland - Thursday - August 20, 1914 - Page 3
(Courtesy of Bob Thompson)
Posted July 22, 2010

 

BROTEMARKLE ~ HARTMAN

Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mrs. Alberta M. Hartman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rinker, 309 Fifth street, and Jesse W. Brotemarkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brotemarkle, 713 Virginia avenue, March 12, at Oakland, Md., by Rev. Dr. Archibald Moore.  They will reside in this city.
Wednesday, 17 March 1937; Cumberland Evening Times
Posted June 14, 2011
~Genie

BROWN ~ TURNEY
Oakland, Oct 3 - Miss Betty Turney, of Worth, Ill., formerly of Oakland, became the bride of Benjamin Brown, of Oak Lawn, Ill., in Trinity Lutheran Church at Oak Lawn, with the Rev. Oscar Smith officiating.
Cumberland Evening Times,
Thursday, Oct 3, 1946

BROWNING ~ NARONEY

Wedding at Oakland.
Last night in Oakland, Miss Blanch Browning and Mr. Ed. Naroney were married by Rev. Father Mattingly. Miss Browning is a daughter of Fish Commissioner Browning, and Mr. Naroney is a prominent young businessman of Oakland. Prof. E. R. Browning, of South Cumberland school in this city was best man. Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left for a wedding trip. They will make their home in Oakland.
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; April 26, 1894; page 1.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted July 20, 2013

BROWNING ~ WINEBRENNER
 
Frostburg, Md., Mar. 28 - Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Browning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Browning, Hill street, and Grant Ulysses Winebrenner. National Road, west, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Winebrenner. which took Dlace at the bride's home Saturday night. Rev. D. N. Calvert, pastor of the Grace M.E. Church South, officiated. The attendants were Miss Bessie Baker and Francis Winebrenner, brother of the groom. Guests, at the reception were: Lester Browning, Mrs. Paul Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Wigard, Miss Betty Jane Wigard. Russell Browning, O. B. Garland, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Griffith, Miss Fern Griffith. Miss Margaret Raley, Wilbert Jones, Miss Bessie Winebrenner, Miss Laura Franklin Thomas, Winebrenner, Mortens. Miss Eleanor Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Browning, Howard Winebrenner, Miss Gladys Winebrenner, Roy Winebrenner. Miss Margaret Newman, Miss Nellie Winebrenner, Miss Nellie Plummer, Anthony Garland, Albert Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dutz, Miss Pauline Garland, Mrs. Julia Browning, Mrs. Beulah McCloskey, Miss Hazel Browning, Miss Edna Boyd, Miss Nora Browning, Charles Jack, Miss Bessie Baker, Francis Winebrenner, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Browning, Grant Ulysses Winebrenner.
Saturday, March 28, 1932; Cumberland Evening Times
~Genie
Posted August 11, 2012

CAMPBELL ~ TEETS

Terra Alta
Miss Stella Florence Campbell of Delmar, Del. and Walter Eugene Teets, son of Earl F. Teets of Terra Alta, were married in the Methodist chuarch at Quantico, Md., November 27, by Rev. James Chow Jr. They will reside in Salisbury, Md.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Dec. 18, 1941; page 23.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted April 7, 2012

CARNEY ~ SUMMERS  
 
Mrs Mary Gertrude Carney, widow of Thomas E Carney, and daughter of Mrs Catherine Noonan, 15 Emily St, Cumberland, was married Monday at noon at Washington, D.C. to J H Summers, Baltimore.  The wedding took place at the parsonage of the First Presbyterian Church of that place.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., March 10, 1916 - pg 5, col 8
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted November 9, 2013

 

CASTELL~ CROSS

Announcement has just been made of the marriage of Ralph Edward Casteel, son of Mrs. Martha Casteel, 20 George St., and Miss Martha Cross, daughter of John Cross, of Barton, which took place in Oakland, MD., on May 11, 1918, just previous to his leaving for Camp Meade. The bridge groom served 10 months overseas, returning to Newport News, May 25, being discharged June 3. He served in Company D. Three Hundred and Eleventh Machine Gun Battalion, Seventy ninth Division. The bride, a telegraph operator for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Keyser, continued at her work following the marriage. Mrs. Casteel gave a supper Wednesday evening in honor of her son and his bride, which was attended by a number of friends.
Cumberland Evening Times, June 12, 1919
(Courtesy of Pat Thompson)
Posted August 22, 2009

 

CLARK ~ HORCHLER    

Mrs. Martha E. Clark, Baltimore pike, announces the marriage of her daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to Edwin M. Horchler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Horchler, 634 Columbia avenue.  The wedding took place March 21 at the parsonage of St. Luke's Lutheran Church with Rev. Dr. H Hall Sharp officiating. Mr. Horchler is a graduate of the Maryland School for the Blind and the University of Maryland law school, and is a member of the Allegany county bar.
Sunday, 12 May 1940; Cumberland (Sunday) Times
~Genie
Posted September 1, 2011 


 
COLEMAN ~ CUNNINGHAM

"John P. Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman, Consolidation farm, near Midland, and Miss Anna Cunningham, daughter of Mrs. John Cunningham, Midland, were married at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Midland, Wednesday, by the Rev. Thomas J. O'Toole, assistasnt pastor of St. Mary's church, this city.  Mayor Clarence A. Cavanaugh, Midland, played the wedding marches.  Michael Coleman and Miss Alice Cunningham were the attendants.
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, Fri 2 Jul 1920
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted September 16, 2011

CONLEY ~ HOGAN
 
William E. Conley, son of Mrs. Catherine Conley, Maryland avenue, and the late Charles E. Conley, and Miss Mae Hogan were married Tuesday day morning at St. Kuhlman's Catholic Church, Cleveland, O. The bride had been staying with her sister, Mrs. W. L. Brogan, since their removal to Cleveland from Charleston, S. C. During the war Mr. Conley held a civil service position at Charleston in the' tailoring department for the navy. There he met Miss Hogan, who was also in government employ. William, Webster, of Cumberland, was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Conley will reside at 1372 West Eighty-third Street, Cleveland. He is engaged in tailoring work.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Saturday, June 26, 1920 - pg 9, col 3
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted May 5, 2012

COULEHAN ~ HEBER

"Bernard T. Coulehan, USN and Madge Heber Wed in California-The marriage is announced of Miss Madge Heber, North Centre street, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Heber, and Bernard T. Coulehan, Seaman 1-c, Seabees, USN, son of Mrs. Etta B. Coulehan, 531 Cumberland street, and the late Bernard Coulehan. The ceremony was solemnized Thursday, July 26, in San Leandro Catholic church, San Leandro, California. The Rev. Father Alverez officiated. The bride is a graduate of Allegany High School, and was employed at the local Post Office in the Money Order Department. Seaman Coulehan is a graduate of LaSalle and attended Fordham University, New York City. He has resided in Colorado for a number of years. For the present, the couple will live in California."
"Cumberland Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland, Tue 31 Jul 1945
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy) 
Posted October 30, 2010

 

COX-HAYES

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hayes, of R.F.D. .1, Keyser, announce the marriage of their daughter, Evelyn Marie Hayes, to Rudolph Cleo Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Cox, R. F. D. 3, Keyser. Thursday, November 30; In the home of the groom's grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Green, in McCoole. Rev. W. W. Beale, pastor of the Headsvllle Methodist Church, performed the single ring ceremony. Earl Edward Boyd, of Keyser, was best man, and Miss Betty Kay Orndorff, of Keyser, was bridesmaid. The bride wore a suit of soldier blue with accessories to match.  Following the ceremony, Miss Florence Green, aunt of the groom served a luncheon, after which the bride and groom left for the midwest.  Mr. Cox is employed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.
Sunday, 3 December, 1944; Cumberland Evening Times
~Genie
Posted November 23, 2011

CROWE ~ BROWNING
 
PRATTLE FROM PRATT
A Brilliant Wedding
PRATT, Md, Nov. 23 - Quite a brilliant wedding took place here last Wednesday precisely at 7 p.m. The contracting parties were Mr. Wallace Crowe, of Mt. Savage, and Miss Emma Browning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Browning. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. C. Winger, of Flintstone. Miss Lizzie Fletcher acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Daniel James, as groomsman. The bride was beautifully attired in white silk and white slippers, and wore bride's roses. Immediately after the ceremony the company repaired to the dining room where a delicious supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Crowe left Friday for Mt. Savage, where they will make their future home.
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Thursday, Nov. 25, 1897; page 4.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted January 3, 2014

 

CROWE ~ GREEN

Cecil Robert Green, Moscow, and Miss Mabel Estelle Crowe, this place, were married Thursday at the home of Valentine Sides, Frostburg, by the Rev. George W. Gorrell, pastor of the Baptist Church.
The Sun, Baltimore, MD., 23 Dec. 1917
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)

CROWE ~ HARFORD

MARRIED IN CUMBERLAND
Announcement was made here Friday that Miss Blanche Crowe, a well known Uniontown girl, and Earl Harford, a veteran of the World War had been married in Cumberland. They returned home yesterday and were the recipients of numerous congratulations. Mrs. Harford is a graduate of the California State Normal, in the class of 1918 while Mr. Harford served two years overseas, with the Eightieth Division. He is a member of the Union Hose company. Mrs. Harford is the daughter of Mrs. C. B. Crowe. The wedding at Cumberland was witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McDowell, of 120 Pittsburgh street. The party made the trip by auto.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Saturday, January 15, 1921; page 6.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted December 28, 2013

 

CROWE ~ McEVOY
 
A MORNING WEDDING.
Dr. Crowe and Mrs. McEvoy Were Married at SS. Peter and Paul's Church this Morning. Dr. Stephen Crowe and Mrs. Celeste McEvoy were quietly married this morning at six o'clock, at SS. Peter and Paul's church, by Rev. Father Marcus, and left on the 7:30 o'clock train for Pittsburg. On their return they will take up their residence in the city. Dr. Crowe is a well known and promising young physician of this city, and the bride is a popular lady. The Times extends its best wishes for a life of happiness.
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1895; page 3.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted January 3, 2014

CROWE ~ STRATTON

Frostburg-James Wilfred Stratton, Cumberland and Miss Ora Mae Crowe, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William Crowe, Frostburg, were married Tuesday at the parsonage of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Frostburg, by the Rev. Harry Huish Beddleman.  Carl Schleuss and Miss Overlea Crowe were the attendants.
The Sun, Baltimore, MD.,  14 Nov 1919

(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)

 

CROWE ~ SUDER

MEYERSDALE, June 15 - A wedding of beautiful appointments took place Sunday morning at 8 o'clock in Amity Evangelical Reformed Church, when Miss Mary Suder and William Crowe were married by Rev. Dr. B. A. Black in the presence of immediate members of the two families. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Norman Suder. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Suder of Salisbury street and is well and favorably known. She is a graduate of the local high school and for several years held the position as bookkeeper in the Unit store. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crowe of Olinger street and he also is a graduate of the local high school. He is assistant manager of the Unit store and is a promising young business man.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, June 15, 1937
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 13, 2010

CROWE ~ WERNER

MEYERSDALE, June 23 — The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crowe was the scene of a pretty wedding Sunday morning when their only daughter, Miss Elizabeth, became the bride of Paul H. Werner. The beautiful ring ceremony of Amity Reformed Church was read at 9 o'clock by the bride's pastor, Rev. Dr. B. A. Black. The home was decorated with ferns and garden flowers. The bride's gown was white embroidered silk organdie, ankle length and puff sleeves. Her long tulle veil was caught with a wreath of flowers and she carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Miss Martha Werner, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. She wore a gown of aqua silk organdie[sic] and carried a Colonial bouquet. Little Nancy Jane Werner. cousin of the bridegroom, was flower girl. Her dress was white organdie and she carried a basket of pink roses. William Crowe, a brother of the bride, was best man. Mrs. William Werner presided at the piano, playing the wedding march from Lohengrin. Breakfast was served at 10 o'clock at a long table. The center-piece was a three tier wedding cake with a miniature bride and groom on top. Besides the newlyweds, covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crowe, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Werner, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hummel, Mr. and Mrs. William Crowe, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brant. Mr. and Mrs. William Werner, and the Misses Martha Werner, Mary Werner, Alice Werner, Nancy Jane Werner and Richard Werner. The couple left by automobile for a 10-day honeymoon trip to Atlantic City and other points. When they return they will be at home at Mrs. Werner's parents. Mrs. Werner is an accomplished young woman. She graduated from Meyersdale High School with the class of 1938, and since has been employed in the Unit store. Mr. Werner, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Werner of Brothersvalley township, has been following farming and at the present is employed by Edward Hay.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, June 23, 1938
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted July 21, 2009


 
CUNNINGHAM ~ CREEGAN

Friday, Midland. Md. June 26
Cunningham-Creegan Nuptial
Miss Alice Cunningham, daughter of, Mrs. John Cunningham, became the bride of Patrick Creegan, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Creegan, Sr., of Cumberland at St Joseph's Catholic Church Wednesday. The ceremony was performed and mass celebrated by Rev Patrick Kenny, of Baltimore, an uncle of the groom. The bride was attired in while georgette trimmed with duchess lace and wore a large picture hat of white georgette combined with satin, silver edged ribbon and silk flowers. She carried a large shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley and wore a string of pearls, the gift of the groom. The attendants were: Miss Mary Byrne. niece or the bride and John Creegan. bother of the groom. The bridesmaid wore shell pink georgette trimmed with cream lace. Ignatius Dorsey, nephew of the bride, and John F Kenney Jr, nephew of the groom served at the mass. After the ceremony breakfast was served at the home of the bride where the rooms were decorated the color scheme being pink and white with pink and white roses in profusion. Among the guests at the breakfast were: Rev. Patrick Kenny, Baltimore; Rev. J. J. Brennon, Midland; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Cunningham and son James, of Swissvale Pa; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Creegan, Sr., Mrs John Foley, Mrs. Joseph McMahon and children and Miss Margaret Creegan, of Cumberland: Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Toole and daughter Gertrude of Mt. Savage; Mrs. Anna Devlin, Lonaconing: Mrs. James Dorsey and son, Ignatius, Mrs. Rose Burns and son William and daughter Mary, Hugh Cunningham, Mrs John Coleman sons Jack, and Hugh, Mr. and Mrs John T Kenny, Mrs and Mrs Michael Reilly, Mrs Bridget Burns, Mr and Mrs William B Phillips, Mr and Mrs Alex McGee, Mr and Mrs Thomas Craze, George Smith, John Kenny Jr, Frances Thompson and Mrs J J Winner. After the wedding breakfast, the bridal party motored to Cumberland from where the couple took the noon train to Washington and Eastern cities. For traveling the bride wore a traveling suit of roseta green. During the mass Mrs. M. J. McDermott sang, "Ave Maria," "Jesus, "Jesus Come To Me," and "Mother of Christ". Mrs. Creegan is a graduate of St. Joseph's Catholic School. She was the recipient of many gifts. Mr. Creegan holds a position with the Kelly Springfield Tire Co.  He has taken active part in dramatic affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Creegan will be at home on Paradise street, Midland after July 5.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Friday, June 26, 1925 - pg 14, col 3
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted October 15, 2011

 

DECKER ~ YINGLING

Carroll W. Yingling Married
Carroll Webb Yingling, son of the late Rev. J. M. Yingling, a former pastor of Bedford Street Methodist Portestant Church, was married Thursday, January 19, 1911, to Miss Blanche Ellen Decker, of York, Pa.  They will reside at Parkersley,m Virginia, where Mr. Yingling has a lucrative position aa a telegraph operator.
Friday, January 20, 1911, Cumberland Evening Times
(Courtesy of Ruth Sprowls)
Posted May 23, 2010


 

DOOLAN ~ WINNER

"Elizabeth Lucille Winner, daughter of Mrs. Rachel Winner, of Cumberland, and of the late James Clifton Winner, and Carl Jerome Doolan, son of Mrs. Christine Doolan, Lonaconing, and the late Frank Doolan, were married this morning at 10 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic church, Lonaconing. Rev. Daniel F. Cummings, pastor, officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Bernard J. Winner, of Cumberland. Miss June Doolan was maid-of-honor and Petty Officer 3-c Ralph D. Winner was best man. Two nieces, Christine Kenny and Patricia Ann Winner, were flower girls. The bride wore a traditional white gown with square neck, pointed sleeves and fingertip veil. She carried a white prayer book with orchid streamers. Miss Doolan wore a yellow gown with matching bouquet. The bride's mother wore aqua blue crepe, while the groom's mother was attired in grey with black accessories. Both mothers wore gardenia corsages. A wedding breakfast for the immediate families and friends was held at the Clary Club following the ceremony. The couple will honeymoon in eastern cities. They will reside in Lonaconing. Mr. Doolan, graduate of Central High School, is connected with the Queen City Brewing Company as a distributor. Mrs. Doolan, a graduate of Fort Hill High School, was a Kelly Springfield Tire Company office worker."
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted June 4, 2011 

DRUMM ~ DURKIN
 
Frostburg, Md, June 28 - St Michael's Roman Catholic church scene of a most beautiful nuptial event yesterday morning, when Mr. Patrick Drumm, of Pittsburg, Pa., day and Miss Katherine Durkin, of Eckhart hart, were joined in the holy bonds matrimony by Rev. Stephen J. Clark, assisted by Rev. Joseph Nolan. The attendants were Miss Mary Brannon, of Lonaconing, and Mr. Miles Higgins, of Vale Summit. The bride was attired in a handsome gown of light gray carrying a beautiful shower bouquet of brides roses, while her attendant wore a beautiful creation of white. The groom and his best man wore the customary black. Mrs. Drumm is the youngest daughter of the late Hugh Durkin and is a popular young lady and one of the most valued assistants of Eckhart school No. 1. Mr Drumm is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs. James Drumm, of Vale Summit, and brother of Mr. J. Francis Drumm, Meyersdale, Pa. After an appetizing wedding breakfast at the residence of the bride's mother in Eckhart the bride and groom were accompanied to Cumberland by a large number of the wedding guests, where Mr and Mrs. Drumm took their departure on the Duquesne Limited for an extensive bridal tour. On their return they will make Pittsburg their future home as the groom is engaged in business in that city. They carried away with them the best wishes and congratulations of friends.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Thursday, June 28, 1906
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted June 30, 2012

 

DUNDON ~ BYRNES

"Miss Gertrude Dundon, daughter of Mrs. Michael Dundon and Bernard Byrnes, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Byrnes, married at St. Michael's Church in Frostburg, Father Clark officiating. After the ceremony, a large and elaborate dinner was served at the
brides home in Eckhart."
Cumberland Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 29 Nov 1900
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted February 12, 2011

 

Double Jail Wedding

DYE~GREENHORN
DYE~DYE

Double Wedding In Jail ~ Another Case to Prove That "All's Well That Ends Well"
[Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun.]
Cumberland, MD., Jan. 12 -  Alexander Greenhorn and Louisa Bell Dye and George W. Dye and Maggie Dye were the principals in a double wedding in the jail here today.  The grooms had been committed on a misdemeanor charge. The young women, both of whom are attractie, appeared at the jail and made known their mission.  Licenses were secured and the knots were tied in the parlor of the jail by Rev. W. W. Barnes, of Centre Street Methodist Episcopal Church. The grooms, who are miners, were then released and the happy quartet started for their homes at Barton, this county.
The Baltimore Sun; Baltimore, Maryland; Wednesday Morning, January 13, 1904; page 10, col. 2
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted September 5, 2015
 

EDENHART ~ WHITE

John White, 721 street, announces the marriage of his daughter, Nellie Gladys, to Charles Edenhart, son of Mrs. Etta Edenhart, 440 North Mechanic street. The ceremony took place at 8:30 p. m. Friday in the rectory of St. Patrick's Catholic Church with the Rev. Fr. John A. Mountain officiating. The maid of honor was the bride's sister. Miss Sadie White. Frank Beamer was best man. The bride was attired in a costume of wine with a naqun jacket and a whue hat. Her corsage was of bridal roses. The maid of honor wore midnight blue and a corsage of Talisman roses. Mr. Edenhart is employed by the Celanese Corporation.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., May 27, 1940 - pg 11, vol 6
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted December 30, 2010


 
EDMONDSON ~ STICKLEY

WOODSTOCK, VA -   James E Stickley, of Davis W Va, and Miss Mary Edmonson, near Woodstock, were married Fri at the parsonage of the Lutheran Church by Rev S W Kohns. Mr and Mrs Stickley will live at Davis.
Keyser Tribune, October 4, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 30, 2010


 
EMERICK ~ MYERS

Jefferson A. EMERICK, 29, Somerset Co., Pa., bachelor, farmer, married Margaret E. MYERS, 25, Eckhart Mines, maiden, on Dec. 21, 1893 at Frostburg by Baptist Min. Rev. T. C. Easson
(Courtesy of Ace Humbertson)
 

FAHEY ~ RYAN

"Wedding Bells-Fahey-Ryan-The marriage of Mr. John Fahey, of Westernport, and Miss Katherine Ryan, of St. Paul, Minn., was solemnized at the Cathedral in that city, on Wednesday morning, Nov. 7.  Miss Mamie Fahey, sister of the groom, was bride's maid, and Rev. Thomas E. Gallagher, of St. Peter's church, Westernport, witnessed the ceremony.  The bride formerly resided in Keyser with her sister, Mrs. Pscheur, and is known to a large circle of friends in theis vacinity.  The groom is the son of Mr. M. P. Fahey, of Cumberland, and is superintendent of the Fahey mine just below town.  The couple will take up their residence in Westernport."
The Herald, Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 9 Nov 1917

(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted September 1, 2011 


 
FAIRGREVE ~ STEVENSON

Frostburg, Feb. 1. (Special) -
Mr. James Stevenson and Miss Mary A. Fairgreve both of Carlos were married this evening at the home of the bride's parents in Carlos by Rev. W. J. Meeks, pastor of the Midland M.E. church circuit. The wedding took place at 8 o'clock in the presence of the families of the contracting parties and a few intimate friends. Mr. James Stevenson is a son of mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson, Sr. of Carlos. He is one of the promising young men of the county. Mr. Stevenson won many friends in the militant days of Carlos anti-saloon league by assuming in part the leadershiip of that organization. His bride is a charming young lady whose friends in and around Carlos are legion. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fairgreve. Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson will make their home for the present, at least, in Carlos.
(no date or publication)
Posted August 31, 2013 

 
FARRADAY ~ MYERS

William FARRADAY, 21, Eckhart, bachelor, miner, married Lillie MYERS, 18, Eckhart, maiden, on May 17, 1896 at Eckhart Mines M E Church by R. L. Wright
(Courtesy of Ace Humbertson)

 

FINAN ~ McDERMOTT

Catherine McDermott Is Bride Of Michael Finan
Miss Catherine Rachelane McDermott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F. McDermott, 522 Shriver Avenue, became the bride of Michael Francis Finan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Finan, 201 Cumberland Street, June 13. The wedding ceremony was solemnized at SS Peter and Paul's Roman Catholic Church, with Rev. Robert F. Hopkins, cousin of the bride, officiating. Patrick McDermott and Timmy Farrell, brother and cousin of the bride, were the altar boys. Bouquets of red and white carnations and candelabra of white tapers decorated the altar. Mrs. Thomas Farrell, cousin of the bride, was her matron of honor, while Miss Patty Finan, sister of the bridegroom and Miss Judy Crawford, classmate of the bride, were her bridesmaids. Thomas Coyle served as Mr. Finan's best man. George Neely and Thomas Finan Jr., cousin of the bridegroom, were ushers.A program of music, including the traditional wedding marches, Ave Maria and ?esu Dulcis Memoriam were played by Rev. James Burns. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full length gown of white peau de soie, trimmed with appliqued flowers of seeded pearls and fashioned with a scooped neck line, long sleeves tapering to a point on the hand, and a French style train, with bow at the neckline. A double tiara of seeded pearls held her bouffant illusion veil. Completing her costume, she carried a heart shaped bouquet of miniature sweetheart red roses, which she dedicated to the Sacred Heart. Her attendant's dresses were of old rose peau de soie, with flowered eyelet skirt, made complementary to the bride's. With them they wore matching old rose tulle veils. The matron of honor carried a cascade nosegay of red and white carnations and the bridesmaids, cascade nosegay of all white carnations. Mrs. McDermott chose a pink chiffon for her daughter's wedding. It was fashioned with short sleeves and a scooped neckline. With it she wore white gloves, pink slippers and carried a pink clutch purse. Her corsage was two miniature white orchids. Mrs. Finan was attired in a blue silk dress, made with a short sleeve lace bodice. She also had matching slippers and purse and white gloves. With it she wore a large white orchid corsage. The bride is a graduate of Duquesne University and prior to her resignation was a member of the faculty at SS. Peter and Paul School. The bridegroom is a graduate of Allegany High School, class of 1957, and attended the University of Maryland. He is employed by United Airlines at Baltimore. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. McDermott entertained with a wedding reception honoring their daughter and her bridal party. It was held at the Elk's Club. White and gold centerpieces adorned the tables. For their wedding trip to San Francisco, the bride chose a white suit, trimmed in gold. With it she wore a pearl necklace, gift of the bridegroom, and white accessories. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Finan will reside at 1073 Wilmington Avenue, Baltimore 23.
Cumberland News - Cumberland, Maryland - Thursday - July 2, 1964 - Page 4
(Courtesy of Bob Thompson)
Posted July 22, 2010


 
FLEEGLE ~ McKENZIE
 
Miss Mary Leota McKenzie, Akron, Ohio, and Max Donald Fleegle, Cumberland, were married at St. Peter and Paul's Church this morning at 10:30 o'clock by Rev. Father Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Nutzy Ruffo, Frostburg, were attendants, the latter being a sister of the bride. The bride was attired in peacock blue and carried a bouquet of sweetpeas. The bridesmaid also wore blue. Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Fleegle, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ruffo, went to Frostburg, where they were tendered a wedding dinner at the Ruffo home on Chestnut Street. The young couple will leave Tuesday on their honeymoon to Washington and other eastern cities.
Cumberland Evening Times, May 2, 1925
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 18, 2013
 
FOLK ~ CLARK

Frostburg - Nov. 23 — Clarence Folk and Miss Madge Clark, Homestead, Pa., were married Thursday morning at St. Michael's Catholic Church, this city, by Rev. Dominic A. Bonomo, assistant pastor. Mr. and Mrs. James Chambers, uncle and aunt of the bride-groom, were attendants. Mr. Folk, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Folk, former residents, is employed in the Homestead Steel Mills. They wil! reside at Homestead. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Chambers, Woodstown, N. J., and Mrs. Arthur Folk, Homestead, were here for the wedding.
Sunday, 24 November 1940; Sunday Times (Cumberland, MD)
~Genie
Posted September 9, 2011

 

FOWLER ~ FLEMING

"Wedding at Elk Garden. Quite a pretty wedding took place at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church on Wednesday morning at half past seven, when Mr. B. J. Fallor, formerly of Hagerstown, but now employed as operator on the Western Maryland railroad, and Miss Sara Fleming, of Elk Garden, were united in matrimony with a nupital mass.  The ceremony was performed by. Rev. W. A. O'Hara, of Keyser.  The bridal party entered the church and marched up the aisle to a beautiful wedding march rendered by Mrs. James Brown, of Colorado.  The bride wore a beautiful white messaline silk princess.  She was attended by her sister, Miss Anna Fleming, who was attired in a blue princess of the same material.  Mr. Walter Groff of Elkins, a friend of  the groom, acted as groomsman.  The bide carried a bouquet of white roses.  After the ceremony a breakfast was served at the home of the bride, after which the couple left on No. 2 for an extended visit East."
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 10 June 1909
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted August 17, 2012

FRESH ~ MILLER
 
Jacob L. FRESH, 21, New Germany, bachelor, farmer, married Laura E. MILLER, 17, New Germany, maiden, on Aug. 18, 1894, at M E Church in New Germany by J. H. Enlow
(Courtesy of Ace Humbertson) 

 

FRIEND ~ GIBBS

Terra Alta, W. Va., July 15.
Miss Julia Gibbs, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Bernard Gibbs, Morgantown, and William A. Friend, son of Samuel L. Friend, Terra Alta, were married in the Methodist Church at Oakland, Md., Saturday afternoon, with the father of the bride officiating. Miss Helen Whitehair, Terra Alta, presided at the organ, Mrs. James W. Shepherd of Moundsville, sister of the bride and Paul Friend, of Pittsburgh, the bridegroom’s brother, were the attendants. Mrs. Friend was graduated from the State University School of Music and Mr. Friend attended the Pittsburgh Academy, and the Jordan School of Diesel Engineering. He is stationed with Ordnance Division of Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Tuesday, July 15, 1941; page 12.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted February 13, 2014

FRIEND ~ GROVE

Vivien Friend Weds R. P. Grove
In the parlor where the bride’s mother became a bride and where the bride herself first saw light, Vivien Friend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Friend of the Hopwood Coolspring road, at 10 o’clock Wednesday morning, June 6, 1935, became the wife of Robert Paul Grove, son of George Grove of High House. The ceremony was preformed by the Rev. William H. McKinney, pastor of the Central Christian church, Uniontown. The bride has been a member of the Hopwood Chirtian church since childhood. Mr. Grove is a member of the Prebyterian church at Grace chapel. The ring ceremony was used.   The bride was attired in traditional white, with organdy gown fashioned along long slender lines; picture hat and accessories to match. She wore a necklace of crystal, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. Virginia Friend, her sister as maid of honor, was attired in blue with accessories to match. Donald Shaffer was best man.  The bide is a grduate of North Union High School, Uniontown Hospital Training school, post graduate of the Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati, and a registerd nurse in Pennsylvania. Mr. Grove attended school in the German Township schools and is nnow associated in business with Lee Collins of this city.  The bride wore a going away outfit of navy blue with white accessories. The couple left for an Eastern honeymoon. They will make their home in Uniontown.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Thursday, June 6, 1935; page 5.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted May 3, 2014

FRIEND ~ KISNER

Parsons, W. Va., Jan. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kisner, Limestone, announce the marriage of their daughter, Virginia to Williard Friend, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Friend, Leadmine, December 30, at Red House, Md., by the Rev. Alva K. Jones, pastor of the Lutheran church. The bride is a senior in Parsons high school. The groom is employed in Crellin, Md.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Wednesday, Jan. 8, 1941; page 14.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted February 13, 2014

FRIEND ~ MORRIS

Vows Are Exchanged in Maryland
Monday, Sept. 25, Faye Lorraine Friend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Friend, Sr., 66 Park Ave., became the bride of Pfc. Harry Edward Morris, son of Mrs. Edna Morris of 34 Varndell St.  The couple exchanged nuptial vows in st. Paul’s Methodist Church in Oakland, Md., with Rev. Lawrence F. Sherwood Jr. officiating.  The new Mrs. Morris is the granduaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gryner St., Uniontown, R. D. 1 and Judson Friend of Oakland, Md.  Pfc. Morris is the grandons of Mr.s and Mrs. Charles Williams of Smock and Mrs. Rose Morris of Amend.  The bridegroom is at present stationed at Camp Legeune, N. C. with the U. S. Marine Corps following six months’ service in Africa.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1961; page 5.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted May 3, 2014

FRIEND ~ ROGERS

Mildred Friend, William Rogers Wed Easter Sunday
Uniontown Hospital Yesterday Afternoon ~ Emergency Opearation Of Past Week Fails To Alter Wedding Date Originally Planned; Rev. W. H. Cough Reads Nuptial Service
In a different setting but on the same date as originally planned, the marriage of Mildred M. Friend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Friend, Sr., of R. D. 1, Uniontown, and William E. Rogers, son of Mrs. Sarah Marie Rogers, 82 West Berkeley Street, was solemnized yesterday, Easter Sunday, April 5, 1942.  The ceremony was quietly solemnized at 4 o’clock in the bride’s room at the Uniontown Hospital, where she is convalescing from an emergency appendicitis operations performed last week.  Rev. W. H. Clough, pastor of the First Brethren church, where the wedding was to have taken place Easter Sunday, officiated, reading the service in the presence of only a few witnesses. These included Mrs. J. Edward Friend, mother of the bride; John Farrell, superintendent of Uniontown Hospital; and the bride’s two nurses, Miss Jean Lewis, and Miss Anna Ruth Landymore. There were no attendants.  Mrs. Rogers, whose wedding plans were drastically changed by her sudden illness last week is associated as sewing teacher with the Singer Sewing Machine Comany, West Main street. She is a graduate of North Union High school, class of ‘38, and is making a rapid convalescence from her operation.  Mr. Rogers is a graduate of Monongahela High school and is a well known local mechanic.  Future plans of the couple have not been revealed.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Monday, April 6, 1942; page 5.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted May 3, 2014

FRIEND ~ SANDERS
 
Romney, W. Va., Feb. 23
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Sanders of Romney, announce the marriage of their daughter, Margie Olene,  to William Thomas Friend, son of Mrs. Elsie Friend, of Romney, and the late W. R. Friend, on Sunday, February 14, at Kingsley Methodist parsonage in Cumberland. The bride wore a street length dress of light blue with a corsage of pink rose buds. Mrs. Friend is employed in the county clerk's office and Mr. Friend as clerk in the local A. & P. store. Both are graduates of Romney High School, class of '41. Mrs. Friend also attended Catherman's Business School in Cumberland.
Source: The Cumberland Evening News; Cumberland, Maryland; Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1943; page 10.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted November 30, 2013

GANTT-KEECH

Miss Mattie E. Keech, this city, and Harrison F. Gantt, 1168 Clifton Avenue, Akron, O., were Rev. John A. Mountain. Mrs. W. W. Skiles, niece of the bride, was the only attendant. Mr and Mrs Gantt will reside in Akron after an Eastern trip.
Cumberland Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Sunday, September 5, 1937 - pg 7, col 4
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted January 29, 2011

GASSMAN ~ McKENZIE

Mr. Jesse C. Gassman and Miss Edna Anna McKenzie were married last night at the home of the bride in Hagerstown. The bride is a member of the McKenzie family at Rawlings and formerly lived in this city, where she was employed as a stenographer. Mr. Gassman is agent for the United States Express Co., this city. After a wedding journey, which will include a visit to Chicago and other western cities, the newly-wed couple will return to this city where they will reside.
The Evening Times, Cumberland, MD, March 2, 1910
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 15, 2011

GILLOOLY ~ DURKIN
 
Miss Lizzie M. Gillooly in company with her sister Mrs John Minnick of Alice Mines, left on Monday morning for Lonaconing, Md where on Tuesday morning she was married to John Durkin of that city the newly married couple immediately set up housekeeping, and will make that place their future home.
Connellsville Courier; Connellsville, Fayette Co, Pa., Friday, July 17, 1891 - pg 2, col 3
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted June 30, 2012
 

HADY ~ MALLOY

Matters of Moment at Mt Savage
At last a great secret has leaked out that has been kept since last July.  It is that Mr John Malloy and Miss Mary Hady were quietly married in Meyersdale last July by the Episcopal minister of that place.  The parties have both lived apart since: the groom living at his own home and the bride at hers.  It was kept a strick secret until last Friday.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Monday, February 19, 1894 - pg 1, col 7
(courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted September 13, 2014

HAINES ~ FRANKENBERRY

Miss Elmira Helen Haines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. C. Haines, and Thomas Charles Frankenberry, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Wilner Frankenberry,were married Saturday afternoon at St. George's Episcopal rectory by the Rev Percy C. Adams.

Cumberland Evenning Times, June 11, 1940

 


 

William Hamilton & Mary
Jones

HAMILTON ~ JONES

Frostburg, Md., Oct. 2 - Announcement is made of the marriage of William Hamilton, son of Mrs. Sarah Hamilton and Miss Mary Jones, daughter of William Jones, Zihlman, which took place at the First M. C. Church parsonage last night at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. Luther Neff, pastor, performed the ceremony.  Attendant were George Jones and Mrs. Hazel Ort.  Mr. Hamilton is an employe of the Big Savage Fire Brick Co.  Mrs. Hamilton is proprietor of a general store in Zihlman.
Thursday, October 2, 1930; pg 14, Cumberland Evening Times
(Courtesy of Ruth Sprowls/transcribed by Genie)
Posted January 25, 2011

 

HANSEL ~ CLARK

David P. HANSEL, 24, Garrett Co., bachelor, farmer, married Jane CLARK, 19, near Lonaconing, maiden, on April 6, 1899 at Kingsley M E Church by Asbury R. Riley
(Courtesy of Ace Humbertson)

 

HINES ~ HUBER

Bureau Evening Times,Frostburg, Md Jan 20

Miss Margaret Hines and Mr. Oscar Huber, two of Frostburg's charming young people, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock, the ceremony being performed by the Rev Joseph Nolan, pastor of the St Michael's Catholic church. Miss Ida Hines, sister of' the bride acted as bridesmaid. Mr. John Hines also a brother of the bride acted in the capacity of best man. The bride was very beautiful gowned in a costume of blue with hat and gloves to match, The bridesmaid wore a pretty suit of tan while the grooms and his best man wore the conventional black. After the ceremony the happy young couple and their attendents were driven to the bride's home on Grant street where a delightful reception and wedding breakfast were tender them by the bride's parents. The bride is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hines. of this place, and a very popular lady. Mrs Huber up until her marriage was associated with the Piedmont and Georges Creek Coal company office at this place. The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs. O. A. Huber. of Eckhart Mines., and is a very clever gentleman, Both Mr Huber and his bride claim a large circle of friends who join in extending their congratulations and best wishes over the sea of matrimony. Mr and Mrs Huber will take up their future residence in Frostburg, as the groom is employed here.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md - Friday, January 20, 1905 - pg 2, col 1
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted March 13, 2010


 
HODEL                               VOL. VI P. 135
April 28, 1941
John Wm.
fio Francis Pat (Hodel) & Marie Schmidt
with
Juanita Kisner
fia Lundy Thomas (Kisner) & Mary Leasure
Rev. Leander
Praesentibus testibus:
Vincent McNally
Paulvera McNally
Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland MD.
(Courtesy of Terry Craig)
Posted March 24, 2012

 
HODEL                              VOL. I P. 52
Nov. 21, 1872
Jos. Ant. (Joseph Anthony)
fio not listed (Johan Hodel & Anna Maria Bussinger)
with
Maria Erhbar
fia not listed
Father Elias Maier
Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland MD.
(Courtesy of Terry Craig)
Posted March 24, 2012

 
HODEL                                 VOL. I P. 12
April 13, 1856
Maria
fia Nicolas (Hodel) & Anna Danniker
with
Francis Messmann
fio Henry (Messmann) & Maria Buchholz
Father Van de Braak
Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland MD.
(Courtesy of Terry Craig)
Posted March 24, 2012 


HODEL                                VOL. I P. 2
Feb. 7, 1852
Rosina Sybilla
with
James Twigg
Sponsors: Joseph & Caroline Hodel (her siblings)
Father Dold
Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland MD.
(Courtesy of Terry Craig)
Posted March 24, 2012

 
HODEL                                VOL. P. 16
Oct. 25, 1857
Sara
fia John (Johan Hodel) & Maria Fassenger (misspell-should be Bussinger)
with
Rudolph Helfrich
fio Vanlentine (Helfrich) & Catherine Grass
Father Van de Braak
Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland MD.
(Courtesy of Terry Craig)
Posted March 24, 2012
 
 

HODEL                                VOL. I P. 12
April 13, 1856
Theresia
fio John (Johan Hodel) & Anna Maria Bussinger
with Anthony Schmitz
fio Borghart (Schmitz) & Elizabeth Schulze
Father Van de Braak
Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland MD.
(Courtesy of Terry Craig)
Posted March 24, 2012

 

HOENICKA ~ MOYER

Mr. and Mrs. Reid C. Hoenicka, 202 Columbia street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Pauline Louise, to Corporal Charles Arlen (sic: Arthur) Moyer, son of Mrs. Ruth Simons, 315 Frederick street. The double ring ceremony was performed Friday, December 24, in the rectory of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church with the Rev. Charles W. Bogan officiating. Miss Mary Frances Ratke was the maid of honor and Francis Becker served as best man. The bride was attired in a soldier blue dress with which she wore black accessories. A corsage of red rosebuds completed her costume. The maid of honor wore a gold-colored dress with brown accessories. Her corsage was of Talisman roses. The bride attended Catholic Girls’ Central High School and Catherman’s Business School. Corporal Moyer has served with the U.S. Army in the Hawaiian Islands and Panama. He is stationed at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
(No source listed, but a handwritten date of 1943 is on the clipping.)
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted July 20, 2013

HOPWOOD ~ WINEBRENNER

Cumberland-Luther Hopwood and Miss Loarean Winebrenner, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Winebrenner, were married Thursday evening at the parsonage of St. Luke's Lutheran Church by the Rev. C.F. Bergner, pastor.  The attendants were Charles Shinholt and Miss Nellie Winebrenner, sister of the bride.  A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents.
The Sun, Baltimore, MD.,  2 July 1916 

( I checked on Ancestry and her name was listed as Edna Lorene and his as Luther Thomas).
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba) 



 
ISER ~ MURPHY

Miss Mary Ann Murphy Becomes Bride of John William Iser, November Fifth
Miss Mary Ann Murphy became the bride of Mr. John William Iser on Wednesday the fifth day of November. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Alberta Murphy, 426 Harrison Avenue, Lancester. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. Walter Iser, Fairmont, West Virginia, and the late Mrs. Iser. The Rev. W. C. Donaldson officiated for the double ring ceremony at seven-thirty in the evening in the couple’s newly furnished home at 426 1/2 Harrison Avenue. The home was decorated with gleaming candles and fall arrangements of roses and mums. The bride was lovely in a ballerina length gown of ice blue satin, accented with a hug bow in the back. Her accessories were white and her only jewelry was a rhinestone necklace belonging to a friend, Mrs. Mae VanHorn. Her corsage was of white and pink carnations.  For her daughter’s wedding. Mrs. Murphy selected a navy blue dress with which she wore navy accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds.  Following the ceremony the bride’s mother received guests in the couple’s new home. The three-tiered wedding cake was cut in the traditional fashion by the bride and bridegroom.  When they left on a short wedding trip the new Mrs. Iser was attired in a yellow tweed suit with which she wore black accessories. The couple now lives at 426 1/2 Harrison Avenue.
SOURCE: The Lancaster Eagle Gazette; Lancaster, Ohio; Nov. 12, 1958; page 3.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted October 13, 2012

 
JOHNSON ~ MYERS

Henry Joseph JOHNSON, 21, Eckhart, bachelor, miner, married Carrie MYERS, 24, Eckhart, maiden on June 16, 1896 at Frostburg Baptist by Henry Thomas
(Courtesy of Ace Humbertson)

 

KADY-BEHAM

The wedding of John Kady of Keyser and Miss Verna Beham of Grafton took place at St. Augustine's Catholic church at Grafton Tuesday morning, nupital mass being said by Rev. M. J Hannon. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. William Kady of Keyser sang "At Dawning" Rev. Father Scanlon of West Falls church, Va., sang "O Salutorls" and "Ave Maria". Mrs. William Cruise played Lohengrin's Wedding march as processional and Mendelsohn's as a recessional. The bride was attired In a chiffon gown .of pastel shade of blue and wore a picture, hat to match with blonde slippers and hose and carried a huge bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. She is a graduate of St. Augustine's High school at Grafton. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mrs. Elmer Beham. Mr. and Mrs. Kady left for a honeymoon in Eastern cities. Those attending from Keyser were: Mrs. Rose Kady, Mrs. Mary Nefflin, Emil Paul Nefflin, Mr. and Mrs. William Kady, William Kady, Jr., Joseph, Reglna and Eleanor Kady, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorsey.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., September 15, 1926
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted October 4, 2010

 

KIRBY ~ JOHNSON 

At the pastoral residence of St. Michael's Church, Christmas Day, 1890, by Rev. S. J. Clark, Mr. William Kirby and Miss Pheobe A. Johnson, daughter of Frederick Johnson, of this place. No "twain made one" recently have enjoyed more good wishes than this couple. They have gone to housekeeping in the good ole way, just as all sensible young folks should. There is happiness ahead for them, and happiness enjoyed is success achieved.
Published Saturday, January 3, 1890 in the MINING JOURNAL, Frostburg, Maryland on page 3, col. 3
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted December 8, 2015

KNIGHT~MANGES

Mid-December Nuptial Revealed ~ Sandra Lee Manges Is Bride Of William H. Knight Of Florida
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Manges of Center Ave., are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Sandra Lee to William H. Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Torrone, Hollywood, Fla.  The wedding, performed by the Rev. Mr. Whitten, was an event of Wednesday, Dec. 19, in the Congretational Christian Church of Winchester, Va. Following a brief visit in Winchester and Uniontown, the couple will reside in Hollywood, Fla.  For her wedding, the former Miss Manges chose an ice blue brocaded satin sheath with black and white accessories and corsage of blue tinted carnations and white rosebuds.  The new Mrs. Knight is a graduate of North Union Twp. High School, class of 1956. Mr. knight was graduated in 1952 from Miami Jackson High School. He was recently discharged from the U. S. Marien Corps following four years active duty.
Source: The Evening Standard; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; December 26, 1956; page 8.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted March 24, 2012

KOELKER  ~ LAYMAN

Joseph Henry KOELKER, 27, Cumberland, single, merchant, married Ada Marie LAYMAN, 27, Cumberland, maiden, on Jan. 16, 1922, at 1st Baptist Church in Cumberland, by H. F. Looris
(Courtesy of Ace Humbertson) 

KOELKER ~ LIPPOLD

Cumberland-Henry D. Lippold and Miss Helen May Koelker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koelker, were married Friday at St. Patrick's Church by the Rev. A.J. Conlon.  The attendants were Miss Helen Lippold and William Lippold.
The Sun, Baltimore, MD.,  18 June 1916
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)

 

KOELKER ~ MAY

Doris Ileane[sic] Koelker and Harvey Webster May were married November 21 by Rev. B. Y. Teeters at Flintstone, Md.  The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Koelker, 210 Charles Street, while the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward May,
Flintstone.
December 1, 1936 Cumberland Evening Times

KOLBERG ~ GRANT
 
"Miss Mary Kolberg Becomes Bride Of Westernport Man--WESTERNPORT--The wedding of Miss Mary Bernadine Kolberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Kolberg, 104 Spruce Street, and Robert Samuel Grant, also of Westernport, were married February 24 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kolberg, 102 Spruce Street, The ceremony was performed by Rev. Robert M. Campbell, pastor of Piedmont Presbyterian Church. The attendants were Miss Mary Ann Kolberg and William Kolberg, niece and nephew of the bride. The bride wore a ballerina length cream colored taffeta gown, with brown accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. The maid of honor was attired In a pink ballerina length gown with white accessories and a yellow rosebud corsage. After the wedding, a reception was held for the bridal party, close relatives and friends. Among the out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Leatherman, Burlington, W. Va.; Miss Amstasla Faherty. Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Donnelly, Washington; Paul Kolberg. Oakland; Mrs. jc«ie Kalbn.uah, Cumberland, and Mrs. James Fazenbnker and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilhlde, Beryl, W. Va. The couple is residing in the Strieby apartments. Vine Street."
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 9 Mar 1952
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted June 30, 2012

 

KYLE ~ ANDERSON

Frostburg, Oct. 3-George Washington Kyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kyle, Washington street, and Miss Mabel Frances Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Meta [Wilhelm] and the late Raymond Anderson, were married Saturday evening at the parsonage of Mount Zion Welsh Baptist Memorial Church, by Rev. William D. Reese. Mr. Kyle, an employe of the Celanese corporation, also in engaged as manager of the Lyric Theatre, this city.  The bride, a graduate of Beall High School, 1933, is active in church and social circles.  They will reside on North Water street in a newly constructed apartment building owned by Frank Passarelli.

Cumberland Evening Times, October 3, 1938

 

LAFFEY ~ WOLFE
"Mr. Thomas A. Laffey, B & O track supervisor here, and Miss Pearl Wolfe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfe, of Bloomington, were quietly married by Rev. John Brennan, assistant pastor of St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, at his residence on River Road street, Wednesday evening, Nov. 7.  Miss Ellen Laffey and Mr. James Laffey, sister and brother, respectively, of the groom, were bride's maid and best man.  Following the ceremony the couple left for a trip to Washington, after which they will take up residence here."
The Herald, Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri 9 Nov 1917
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted September 1, 2011

 

LAING ~ McDADE

"Miss Margaret Anna Laing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Laing, 802 Williams Street, was married to Michael Francis McDade, son of Mrs. Clara C. McDade and the late Charles E. McDade, 316 Baltimore street, at 8 o'clock this morning at a high nuptial mass in SS. Peter and Paul Church, with the Rev. Father Boniface officiating. The bride wore point d'esprit over satin and a fingertip veil offset by a coronet of white roses. She carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. Miss Rose Marie Laing, sister of the bride, wore peach organdy and carried a bouquet of talisman roses. DeSales McDade, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Breakfast was served for the immediate families at the bride's parents' home. After a week's honeymoon trip, the couple will reside at 517 Williams street. The bride is a graduate of Ursuline academy. Mr. McDade is a graduate of LaSalle, '34, and is employed at the McDade market, Baltimore Avenue."
"Cumberland Evening Times" 25 Jul 1939
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted January 7, 2011



 
LAYMAN ~ HULL
 
Frostburg, Md., Jan. 22 - Mr. and Mrs. Burhman Layman, of Wrights Crossing, received word that their grandson, T/Sgt. Malcolm J. Layman, brother of Mrs. James Johnson, was married to Mary Elnora Hull, of Montana, on January 14 in the Methodist parsonage by Rev. Cecil Ristow. S.Sgt. and Mrs. Marshall were the attendants. Mr. Layman at the present is stationed in the Army Air Base, Great Falls, Montana.
The Cumberland Evening Times, January 22, 1943
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted September 1, 2012

LEE ~ DAILEY

"Maurice Lee, of Eckhart, and Miss Josephine Dailey, of Franklin, were married at a nuptial mass in St. Peter's Church in Westernport yesterday at 10 a. m. The attendants were Joseph Brown, of Frostburg, and, Miss Mamie Dailey, sister of the bride. The couple were married by Father Gallagher, assisted by Father Flood, and the wedding march was played by Miss Adrienne Malloy.  The wedding festivities began at the Dailey residence at Franklin, as soon as the bridal procession returned from the church.  Among the wedding guests were Fathers Gallagher and Flood, Messrs. William and Thomas Lee, of Eckhart; Joseph Brown, of Frostburg; Mr. and Mrs. William Lee, of Cumberland; Mrs. C. O'Rourke, Frostburg; Mr. and Mrs. George Dailey and Mrs. Margaret Dailey, of Westernport; Mrs. C. Dailey and Miss Clara Tippen, of Frostburg; Miss Agnes Collins, of Boston, Mass.; Misses Mary and Adrian Malloy, Misses Sallie and May Curran, Mrs. M. J. McGuire, Mrs. M. Murphy, Mrs. Thomas Murphy, and Mrs. Michael Cosgrove and many others.  The Dailey residence, one of the largest in Franklin, was filled from noon until midnight with the Lees and the Daileys and their relatives and friends, who feasted and made merry.  Mrs. Lee is the oldest daughter of Michael Dailey and a sister to George Dailey, the baseball player. The family has long resided at  Franklin. Three of the bride's brothers are in business in Westernport, and the family is well known in Allegany county. The Lees are long residents of Eckhart, and the newly married couple will live there."
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 27 Nov 1912
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted November 13, 2011
 

 
LIVENGOOD ~ BOWSER

Mr. John G. Livengood and Miss Florence Bessie Bowser were, married Thursday morning at 11 o'clock at the home of Mr. Carl Voghtman, Keystone street, Meyersdale, by Rev. J. A. Yount, pastor of the Lutheran church. Those who attended the weddlng were Mrs.  Catherine Merrbach, Mr. and Mrs. John Merrbach, George and Clayton Merrbach, Victor Merrbach, Miss Pearl Phillips, Mrs. Theodore Merrbach, all of Frostburg; Mrs. Conrad Lutz and daughter, Vesta, of Midland; Mr.Gottlieb Merrbach, Lonaconing; Mr. John Lichliter and Miss Daisy Lichliter, of Cumberland; Mrs. William Benner, of Eckhart; Mrs. Geo. Schramm, Miss: Emma Schramm, Miss Maud Schramm, Mr. Bowser and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Livengood, and Miss Wagner, all of Elk Lick, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vogtman, Harry Lichliter,
Charles Poland, Mr, and Mrs. Ross Albright and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Merrbuch and family, of Meyersdale, Pa. Dinner was served at noon.
Cumberland Evening Times, Saturday, May 24, 1913


 
LOGSDON ~ GARDNER

"The marriage of Miss Mary Kathleen Logsdon, daughter of Mrs. Anna DiGioia, Westernport, and the late Alvin Logsdon, to Henry E. Gardner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Gardner, Bowling Green, took place in Westernport, December 28 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, with Rev. George Pugh officiating. The altars were decorated with poinsettias and evergreens and lighted with tall candles. Mrs. George Ord was organist, and Robert Fultz, was vocalist. They presented a program preceding the ceremony. Mrs. George Winner, Midland was matron of honor, and Jack Gardner, Corriganville, was best man for his brother. Robert Grimes, Cumberland, and Robert Rahn, Chester, were ushers.  The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Eugene Eagan, Midland, wore a floor-length gown of lace and nylon net over satin fashioned with a Sabrina neckline, fitted lace bodice, and long, pointed sleeves. The skirt was of sheared tulle and hand clipped Chantilly lace featuring back tiers of lace and tulle.  The fingertip-length veil of French illusion, fell from a crown of lace ad pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of white pompons centered with white orchids.  Following the ceremony a reception was held at Jake's, where the decorations were in white mums and smilax. A four-tiered cake centered the table. The register was in charge of Mrs. June Krimm, LaVale.  Mrs. Thelma Page, Cumberland, Mrs. Gertrude Eagan, Midland, and Miss Leona Garner, Washington, served the cake and presided at the punch bowl.  The bride is a graduate of St. Peter's High School, Westernport, and of Frostburg State Teachers College, where she received her degree in education in 1953. She is a member of the faculty of High Point High School, Beltsville.  The bridegroom graduated from Allegany High School, and after completing service in the Navy he was graduated from Frostburg State Teachers College in 1956. He is a member of the faculty of Gaithersburg High School.  After a brief wedding trip the couple will reside in Hyattsville."
Cumberland Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 5 Jan 1958
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted March 21, 2012
LOGSDON ~ KEYES

"The marriage of Miss Rose Patricia Logsdon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Logsdon, Lonaconing, to Robert Keyes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keyes, Barton took place August 26, at St. Mark's Catholic Church, Catonsville. Rev. Joseph Leary officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hartley, Baltimore, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, were the attendants. The bride was attired in a deep pink dress, with blue accessories and a corsage of white orchids. Her matron of honor wore a pink dress with black accessories and a corsage of yellow roses.
Mrs. Keyes is a graduate of Central High School, Lonaconing. Mr. Keyes served in the Navy during the war. He is employed in Baltimore where the couple will reside."
"Sunday Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 5 Sep 1948
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted July 21, 2009

MANGES ~ RODEHAVER
 
Mr. and Mrs. John Manges of Pleasant Level farm, Dunbar township, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Besse Manges to John Rodeheaver of Terra Alta, W. Va., solemnized Tuesday, December 24th, in Oakland, Md. Rev. M. W. Schultz of the Methodisth church officiated. The bride was formerly employed by the Union Supply company at Trotter and is well and favorably known. The bridegroom has been in the employ of the H. C. Frick Coke company for some time.
Source: The Daily Courier; Connellsville, Pennsylvania; Monday, Dec. 30, 1918; page 2
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted January 18, 2014  

MANGES ~ SHULTZ
 
John David Manges Weds Aliquippa Girl
Miss Dorothy Shultz of Alquippa and John David Manges, son of Mrs. Margaret Manges of near the Narrows, and the late John Manges were married on Armistice Day, Saturday, November 11, at Aliquippa. The wedding is of interest in this vicinity. The bridegroom attended the Trottier school and was a member of the United States Coast Guard for three years. For almost three months he has been a member of the police force at Aliquippa. Mr. Manges and bride, who are residing at Aliquippa, expect to spend Christmas with the bridegroom’s mother.
Source: The Daily Courier; Connellsville, Pennsylvania; Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1933; page 2
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted January 18, 2014

MANGES ~ WHITE

Mildred Manges Weds Roy White
Local friends will be interested in the announcement of the marriage of Mildred Manges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Manges of Lambert, to Roy White, son of Mrs. and Mrs. John White of Oakland, Md. The ceremony took place in Oakland, Friday, October 20, 1933. Mr. and Mrs. White will make their home near Oakland. The bride is a member of the class of 1932, German Township High School.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; November 3, 1933; page 8.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted May 12, 2012
MANLEY ~ McGANN

"A pretty church wedding was solemnized this morning at St. Michael's Catholic Church when Miss Laura McGann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McGann, Cemetery Road, and William P. Manley, Midland, were married by Rev. Gerald J. Finan, assistant pastor. They were attended by Miss Margaret McGann, sister of the bride and John Manley, brother of the groom. Mrs. Manley was an operator at the local exchange of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. Mr. Manley conducts a gasoline station at the foot of Grant street. They will reside at Midland."
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland 17 Jun 1930
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted June 17, 2011

 

MANSFIELD~WALSH

Tri-Towns, Feb. 5—Miss Catherine Rita Walsh, daughter of Mrs. Mary Walsh, Piedmont, and Lt. Thomas B. Mansfield, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph L. Mansfield, 121 Church St; Westernport, were married Saturday morning at a nuptial mass at the Church of Incarnation, Philadelphia. The ceremony was performed by Father Buckley, assistant pastor. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Bernard O'Neill of Philadelphia. Mrs William Thomas was her sister's Matron of Honor and Mr Thomas was Lt Mansfield, best man. The parent of the groom, Lt and Mrs Frank Mansfield, brother and sister-in-law of the groom, Washington, D C attending the wedding. Lt Mansfield is a graduate of St Peter's High School, Westernport and Mt St Mary's College, Emmittsburg, Md. He enlisted in the Army in January 1941 and was graduated from officers' training school at Ft Benning, Ga in September 1942. He spent over two years in the Aleutians, returning to the states several months ago. Lt. and Mrs. Mansfield are spending their wedding trip in New York and will arrive here
tomorrow enroute to Austin, Texas, where they will reside. He is stationed at Camp Swift, Texas.

Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Monday, February 5, 1945 - pg 5, col 2

(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted February 19, 2011

 

McBEE ~ SUDINE

"Westernport, Aug 5-Miss Margaret McBee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McBee, Sr., Westernport, and Joseph Sudine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jame Sudine, Luke, were married Thursday evening July 6 at 8 o'clock at St. Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic church, Key West, Florida, by the pastor, Rev. J. H. Johnson. They were attended by Mrs. The bride wore a blue street length dress with white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Sudine was attired in white with a corsage of red roses. A reception was held after the ceremony at the home of Mrs. Edna Arthur, Key West, aunt of the bridegroom. Mr. Sudine, A.M. 2-c, is stationed at the Naval Air Station, Boca Chica, Florida. Mrs. Sudine has returned to the home of her parents after spending a month with her husband at Key West."
Cumberland Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 6 Aug 1944
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted June 22, 2011

 

McDONOUGH ~ STAKEM

"Lonaconing, Md., Jul 19. One of the prettiest weddings that was ever witnessed in this city for some time took place Tuesday at 4 p.m. o'clock when Miss Margaret Stakem and Mr. Patrick McDonough, of this city, were joined in holy bonds of wedlock by the Rev. Father
John Conway, pastor St. Mary's Catholic Church. The bride, who is a very pretty young lady, wore a handsome suit of white net over white silk, and carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses. The bridesmaid, Miss Laura Sweeney, was attired in a beautiful suit of pink silk. Miss Eugenie Belanger, of Marinette, Wisconsin, played a beautiful wedding march. Mr. and Mrs. McDonough received many beautiful presents from their many friends, who wished them every happiness.

"Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland; 19 Jul 1907

(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted March 4, 2011
 


 

McGOWAN ~ MONTGOMERY


William McGowan and Miss Annie M Montgomery were married in Midland Friday evening, by the Rev Watson CaseM E parsonage. The attendants were Miss Lizzie and Wm. Montgomery, brother and sister of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. McGowan will reside in Midland.
Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md - September 3, 1907 - pg 3, col 3
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted July 3, 2010

McKENNA ~ NOONAN
 
Joseph V. McKenna, now of Baltimore and Miss Rose Noonan, of this city, were married in St Pius Church, Baltimore on New Year's Day.  The groom lived the best part of his life here where he is well and favorable known by a large number, but for the past two years has made his home in  Baltimore where he holds a position with Mineral Slate Company with offices in the Munsey Building.  The bride is also quite well known to a large circle of friends.  Mrs McKenna is a daughter of the late Thomas Noonan.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Monday, January 3, 1920 - pg 9, col 3
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted November 9, 2013

McKENZIE ~ HERSHBERGER
 
George J. McKenzie, Brady's, Allegany Co., Md., son of Daniel and Sarah McKenzie, and Margaret Magdalene Hershberger, Garrett Co., Md., daughter of Elijah Hershberger and Minerva Shuck. Witnesses: Lucy Hershberger and Joseph McKenzie. Rev. E. C. Windber, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Cumberland, Md.
February 16, 1887
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted July 20, 2013

McKENZIE ~ McVEIGH

The bans of marriage were published for the last time on Sunday in St. Mary's Catholic Church for Miss Katherine McVeigh, Midland, and Blaine McKenzie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKenzie, Island, this place, who were married in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Midland, this morning by Rev. Fr. McVeigh. The young couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. William Crone, of Frostburg, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. The young couple will reside in Lonaconing.
The Evening Times, Cumberland, April 28, 1931
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 18, 2013


 

McKENZIE ~ MOORE

Frostburg, Md., April 14 - Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Evelyn I. Moore, daughter of Mrs. James G. Nelson, National, and Garlitz McKenzie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McKenzie, Lonaconing, which took place at Keyser, W. Va., on Dec. 26, 1930. They were unattended. They will reside in Lonaconing.
Cumberland Evening Times, April 14, 1931
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 18, 2013

 

McKENZIE ~ PATTERSON

Charles Patterson and Mary Jane McKenzie were married in Phoenix, Arizona, November 21, 1942
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted July 9, 2011

 

McKENZIE ~ WILSON

From the Allegany County, MD Marriage Licenses:
20 March 1918 (date of license purchase) – Wilson, Wm. Wallace, 20, white, Oakland, MD, single, paper maker,
Gladys McKenzie, 17, white, Westernport, MD, maid
23 March 1918 (date of marriage) Cumberland, Joseph Dawson, pastor, Centre Street M.E. Church.
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted July 20, 2013

McPARTLAND ~ STAPLETON


"John A. Stapleton and Miss Helen Veronica McPartland, both of this city, were married Tuesday morning at St. Patrick's Church with nuptial mass by the Rev. James Dwyer, assistant pastor. Michael O' Connor, Connellsville, Pa., cousin of the bride, and Miss Florence Stapleton, sister of the bridegroom, were the attendants.  A wedding breakfast was served at the Boulevard Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Stapleton have gone to Atlantic City."
"The Cumberland Times" Cumberland, Maryland, 18 Aug 1926
(Courtesy 0f Shawn McGreevy)
Posted September 16, 2010


 

MEGINNIS ~ COPPER

On October 30, 1907, at Ellicott City, Md., by Rev. R. A. Pool, Harry Z. Meginnis and Florence E. Copper, daughter of Margaret E. Copper.
The Sun, Baltimore, MD.; Thursday, November 14, 1907, page 4
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)
Posted April 28, 2012


 

MOORE ~ WINEBRENNER

Miss Rosa Winebrenner and Mr. Charles Moore, of this place. were married by Rev. G.T.D. Collins at Cumberland.
Both are well known young people of this city, where they will reside. Their many friends extended congratulations and best wished for a long and happy life.
The Evening Times, Monday. September 24, 1906
(Courtesy of Carol Vivier)

 

 

MORRIS~ DAWSON 

A Quiet Wedding.
There was a quiet wedding solemnized at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dawson, on Poplar street, on Wednesday evening, March 1. The contracting partied being Mr. Henry Harrison Morris, of Keyaer, W. Va., and Miss Marian Virginia Dawson, of Westernport. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Morris, of Keyser. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dawson, of this place. The bride was attired in blue silk and carried a bouquet of flowers. The ceremony was performed by Rev. William Stewart, of the Baptist Church. Owing to the illness of the groom's father, there were only a few friends Invited. Those in attendance were as follows: Mrs. Maggie Morris, the groom's mother; Mr. Ervin Morris and family, all of Keyser; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kooken, of this place. The happy couple are wished a happy and prosperous Journey over life's rough sea. They will make Keyser their home, where the groom is employed as fireman on the third division of the B. & O. railroad.
Published Tuesday, March 7, 1911 in THE EVENING TIMES, Cumberland, Maryland on page 8, col. 3.
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted November 15, 2015  


 
MYERS ~ FARRADAY

Walter MYERS, 21, Eckhart, bachelor, miner, married Lottie FARRADAY, 19, Eckhart, maiden, on Nov. 27, 1895 at M. E. Church by R. L. Wright.
(Courtesy of Ace Humbertson)

 

ORD ~ STINE

"Westernport, Aug 17-Miss Dorthea Regina Ord and William H. Stine were married Sunday night at St. Peter's Catholic Church by the Rev. Victor J. Dowgialio. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stine were the attendants. A reception was held at the home of Miss Betty Welsh with Miss Aileen Wilson assisting. Mrs. Stine, a daughter of Mrs. Anne E. Ord, is employed at the Luke post office. Mr. Stine is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stine."Evening Times,
Cumberland, Maryland, 17 Aug 1937
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted April 17, 2011


 

OTT—BOWERS

Orville Ott and Miss Bowers Married on New Year's Day.
On the evening of New Year's Day Miss Alma J. Bowers, daughter of J. Albert Bowers was married in Everett to Orville Ott, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Dow Ott, of Gettysburg. The wedding, which was a very pretty home affair, occurred at half past eight in the presence of a large number of friends. During the evening Mr. and Mrs. Ott left for Pittsburgh where he is an instructor in Shady Side Academy.
Adams Co News, 10 January 1914
Posted January 5, 2011

 

 

PARKER ~ MOUNTZ 

A Newly Married Couple at Eckhart.
On Tuesday Mr. Thomas Parker, of Eckhart, and Miss Gertrude Mountz were Married at the bride's home, near Marlboro, Virginia. A trip to the Luray caverns was taken, after which the couple started for Eckhart, where they propose residing. They passed through this city yesterday afternoon. Mr. Parker is a son of Mr. William Parker, a prominent merchant of Eckhart.
Published October 7, 1891 in THE DAILY TIMES, Cumberland, Maryland on page 4, col. 2.
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted December 12, 2015

 

PETERS ~ STAKE

"The Rev. George Pugh, assistant pastor, was celebrant at the nuptial mass which united in marriage Miss Mary Louise Peters, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Peters, of Westernport, and Edward W. Stakem, son of Mrs. Isaac Stakem, Lonaconing. The double ring ceremony was solemnized Saturday at 9.a.m. in St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport. Preceding the ceremony, a program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. George Ord, who also played the traditinal wedding marches. Robert Fultz, soloist, sang "Panis Angelicus," "Ave Maria" and "O Lord I Am Not Worthy." Given in marriage by her brother, John Peters, the bride was attired in a white strapless gown which was topped with a long sleeved lace jacket with standup collar. She wore a finger-tip veil trimmed with lace and carried a nosegay of white carnations with white streamers. Mrs. Eloise Bryan, of Piedmont, was matron of honor and Isaac Stakem was best man for his brother. Ushers were Joseph Healy, of Piedmont, and William Crable, of Lonaconing. The matron of honor was attired in an aqua gown fashioned with sweetheart neckline and short sleeves. She wore white nylon gloves and an aqua headpiece. Her nosegay was of assorted flowers with pink streamers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the bride's home. The wedding table was attractively decorated with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Rita Murphy, of Franklin, presided at the punch bowl. For her going-away costume, Mrs. Stakem chose a lavender dress, black velvet accessories and an orchid corsage.  Following a motor trip through neighboring states, the couple will reside in Washington, D.C. The bride is a graduate of St. Peter's high school, Westernport. She attended Catherman's Business school, Cumberland and was formerly employed by the the Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. Mr. Stakem, a graduate of LaSalle high school, Cumberland, served 18 months in the Army. He attended Frostburg State Teachers college and is now employed at Fort Belvoir, Va."

"The Herald" Piedmont, West Virginia, Thurs 29 Nov 1951
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted August 22, 2009


 

PINDLE ~ SMITH

At Rockdale, on the 29th of July, by the Rev. F. Mills, A.T. Pindle, Esql, of Cumberland, Md., to MIss C.A. Smith, duaghter of Anthony Smith, Esq., of Howard District. H. District Press

Alleganian (Cumberland, MD.) 23 August 1845
~Genie
Posted September 1, 2011

Harry Thomas Rice ~ Virginia Lee Winebrenner
8 August 1959
(Courtesy of James Rice)

John Bradley T. Rice ~ Emily Frances Lotz
23 December 1933
(Courtesy of James Rice)

Robeson - Layman
 
Grantsville, Md., March 27 - Miss Zeola Layman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Layman, Long Stretch, and Edwin Robeson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Robeson, Avilton, were married Saturday morning at the Methodist parsonage in Winchester, Va., by the Rev. Herman McKay, with the ring ceremony.  Mrs. Robeson graduated form State Teachers College, Frostburg, '31. She has been teacher of the second grade of Grantsville elementary school for the past four years. Mr. Robeson is employed a the Amcelle plant, near Cumberland. Until June 15 they will reside with the bride's parents.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland Maryland; Wednesday, March 27, 1940; page 13
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted October 17, 2014

ROSS ~ STINE

"The marriage of Miss Dorothea Regina Stine, daughter of Mrs. William H. Stine, 315 Vine Street, Westernport, and the late Mr. Stine, to John Edwin Ross Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Edwin Ross Sr., of Ross Street, Westernport, took place Saturday, May 13. The double ring ceremony was solemnized in St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, with Rev. George Pugh, officiating. Two standards of white gladioli and white carnations decorated the sanctuary, with matching bouquets on the aitar. Bows of white satin ribbon marked the pews. Mrs. George P. Ord was organist, accompanying Mr. Ord, vocalist, and playing the traditional wedding marches. They are uncle and aunt of the bride. George and Michael Ord, cousins of the bride, were altar boys. Escorted by her brother, William H. Stine, Jr., the bride was attired in a gown of silk organza and Alencon lace, fashioned with fitted bodice, Sabrina neckline, and short sleeves, with organza mitts. The front of the gown was on princess lines, and the back featured panels of appliqued lace and ended in a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of French illusion fell from a crown of seed pearls and sequins. She carried a bridal bouquet on a missal made up of gardenias and lilies of the valley which she dedicated as Mr. Ord sang ''Mother At Thy Feet I'm Kneeling." Miss Katherine J. Determan was maid of honor, and Miss Shirley Ross, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. David D. Wilson served as best man and Richard H. Wilson and Robert B. Cave, Accident, were ushers. A reception was held following the ceremony at the American Legion Home, Westernport. The decorations carried out in the bridal theme. The tiered wedding cake was ornamented with an arrangement of pink roses with a butterfly. The punch bowls were wreathed with similax. Miss Eleanor Ord. cousin of the bride, Mrs. Vincent Laffey, Mrs. William Freeman, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Herbert Martin, sister of the bridegroom, presided at the punch bowls. Mrs. Lee McIntyre, aunt of the bride, and Miss Deborah Crist, cousin of the bride, served the wedding cake. Miss Sarah Ord and Miss Sharon Laffey were in charge of the guest book. The couple left for a wedding trip, the bride wearing a twopiece plaid suit with white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. The bride is a graduate of St. Peter's High School, Class of 1958, and is employed in the tabulating department at the Luke Mill of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co. The bridegroom was graduated from Bruce High School with the Class of 1953, and attended Potomac State College for two years. He served with the Army in Germany two years, and is employed by the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co. Upon their return from their trip the couple will reside at 425 Vine Street, Westernport."
Cumberland Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 21 May 1961
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted April 17, 2011


 

RYAN ~ COSGROVE

"RYAN-COSGROVE NUPTIALS WEDNESDAY--
Beautiful Ceremony Solemized At St. Peter's Church--A very beautiful wedding occurred at St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, at 5 o'clock on Wednesday evening, August 3, when Miss Katherine Cosgrove became the bride of Mr. James Ryan.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. Edward P. McAdams.  The brides' sister, little Miss Veronice Cosgrove, led the bridal procession, and was followed by the brides maid and best man, Miss Helen Cosgrove and Mr. Francis Cosgrove, sister and brother of the bride respectively.  The wedding march was played by Miss Mary Hannon, organist, and during the service, Miss Lucy Louth, of Baltimore, a trained soprano, sang "Ave Maria."  Miss Louth is a former resident of Westernport.  The bride was charmingly attired in a heavily embroidered gown of satin, with court train and veil caught with orange blossoms.  The dress was more than a hundred years old and had been worn previously by three brides of the Cosgrove family.  The bride carried a bouquet of brides roses and orchids.  Miss Helen Cosgrove wore a becoming dress of rose colored georgette with hat to match and carried American Beauty roses.  The church sanctuary presented a beautiful scene, being elaborately decorated with ferns, rhodendron,(sic) hydrangeas and candles.  Following the ceremony a sumptuous dinner was served at the Cosgrove home to the members of the wedding party, and the immediate relatives and friends.  The couple left by automobile for Cumberland, where they entrained for Asbury Park, N.Y.  They will also visit in New York and Philadelphia.  On their return they will take up their residence in one of the new houses of the W. Va. Pulp & Paper Co. on Maryland avenue, Westernport.  The house has already been attractively furnished for their occupancy.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Cosgrove, of Westernport, and Mr. Ryan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan, of Ashfield street.  He holds a responsible position in the coating mill of the plant of the W. Va. Pulp & Paper Co., at Luke, and his bride had also been employed in the coating mill office.  Mr. Ryan is a former member of the Piedmont city council and has taken an active part in the affairs of the community.  He is at present Grand Knight of Piedmont Council
No. 685, Knights of Columbus."
The Herald, Piedmont, West Virginia, Fri, 5 Aug 1921
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted April 21, 2012

 

SERPONE ~ SUDINE

"Miss Mary Theresa "Daisy" Sudine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Sudine of Luke, and Francis Michael Serpone, son of Mrs. Sarah Serpone, Orchard Street, Piedmont, and the late John Serpone, were married Sunday afternoon, February 18, at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, by the Rev. George Pugh, assistant pastor. The bride, given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Peter DiNicola, Cumberland, was attired in a grey suit with black accessories and a yellow rosebud corsage. She carried white prayerbook. Miss Mary Serpone, sister of the bridegroom and Joseph Sudine, Greene's Addition, Westernport, were the attendants. The maid of honor wore a white suit with black accessories and a corsage of white rosebuds. A dinner was served at the home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Serpone, in honor of the couple. A reception was held in the evening at the Piedmont Firemen's Club. A three tiered wedding
cake centered the table. The couple are residing 37 Orchard Street, Piedmont. Mrs. Serpone attended the Luke School and was employed by the Celanese Corporation of America, Mr. Serpone attended Piedmont High School and served with the Army during World War II. He is employed at the Luke Plant ot the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. Out of town guests attending the wedding included Miss Bernice Sudine and James Sudine, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Peter DiNicola, Cumberland, and Bernard Clay Maybury, West Virginia University, Morgantown."
Cumberland Times, Cumberland, Maryland 3 Mar 1951
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted June 22, 2011
 
 

SHADE ~ GRAINGER

Piedmont, W. Va., June 12 ~ A Wedding at Luke
Mr. Clinton Carlton Shade and Miss Atlantic Mazella Grainger were united in the holy bonds of marriage at the home of the bride's father in Luke, on Wednesday night, by Rev. W. D. Good, pastor of the United Brethern Church. Mr. and Mrs. Shade immediately left for an extended trip to Boston, the former home of the bride.
Published Saturday, June 12, 1909 in THE EVENING TIMES, Cumberland, Maryland on page 3, col. 2.
(Courtesy of Charles Riend)
Posted November 15, 2015
 


 
SHAFFER-HUNTER

Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Shaffer, the latter until a few days ago, Miss Hester Hunter, daughter of Jesse Hunger, of Masontown, were given a rousing receception when they arrived home last evening from Harrisburg. They were married a the home of the groom’s sister, Mrs. Helen Colburn, Harrisburg. Mr. Shaffer is the son of Joshua Shaffer of Shamrock. Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Shaffer wil make their home in Shamrock where the former is employed in the mines. Both are well and invorably known in that section of Fayette county.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Saturday, October 23, 1920; page 5.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted October 31, 2014


 
SHAFFER ~ ROBINSON

Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Alice Robinson of Smithfield and Charles L. Shaffer of Hopwood. The ceremony was performed in this city Saturday, February 16, 1929, by the Rev. Dr. E. A. Hodil, pastor of the Third Presbyterian church. There were no attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer will live in Hopwood.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Tuesday, February 19, 1929; page5.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted June 27, 2014

 

SHAFFER ~ SILLEK

Miss Carolyn Lenhart Shaffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Shaffer of New salem, and Luther Calvin Sillek of Chatham, N.J. were married Tuesday, August 24, 1926, at Grace Methodist church, Harrisburg, the Rev. George W. Hull officiating. The bride has been making her home with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Cobourn, 31 East Green street, Mechanicsburg, where a wedding dinner was served following the ceremony. Covers were laid fo the following guests:   Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sillek, Mr. and Mrs. James Sillek, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Diehl, Mrs. G. J. Fohl and Jean Fohl, Andrew Shaffer, Charges and Jean Cobourn, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Coburn and Emma Malhart. After September 1, and following a motor tour, Mr. and Mrs. Sillek will be at hom at 115 Main street, Chatham, N. J.
Source: The Morning Herald; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Friday, August 27, 1926; page 5.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted June 27, 2014

 
 
 
 
 
Edna Shrout ~ Norman Roberts

SINES ~ ALLEN

Wedding Saturday Afternoon
Before an altar centered by a vase of white snapdragons and white carnations against a background of palms and ferns, a simple but impressive wedding was solemnized Saturday afternoon in the Third U. P. church when Miss Reba E. Sines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Sines of 909 Warren avenue, became the bride of Robert M. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Allen of 301 East Leasure ave. At 4:30 o’clock the bridal party entered from the church study and vows were exchanged at a double ring ceremony with Dr. J. Paul Graham officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a softly tailored suit of navy gabardine with a brimless navy straw sailer trimmed with a small cluster of pale pink floweres. Her other accessories were white and navey and her corsage was a white orchid. Mrs. Howard L. Reynolds as her sister’s matron of honor wore a glen plaid suit in two tones of beigte and with a brown straw off-the-face hat and brown accessories and a corsage of cymbidium orchids. Donald C. Allen served his brother as best man and ushers were Howard L. Reynolds and Herbert Sines, brother of the bride. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Lillian Sarver, organist, played a half-hour recital of music and continued playing softly during the ceremony. Afterward the bridal party and parents of the bride and groom formed a receiving line at the rear of the church auditorium and later a wedding dinner was served to the bridal parthy, the immediate families, Dr. and Mrs. Graham and Rev. and Mrs. J. Calvin Hose at the Manse in New Wilmington. A tiered wedding cake centered the bride’s table and on the other two tables were centerpieces of spring flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Allen left on a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination. Upon their return they will make their home for the present in New Castle. Mrs. Allen is a graduate of Geneva college and Carnegie Institute of Technology library school and is assistant librarian at senior hight school. Mr. Allen graduated from Pennsylvania State college where he received both his bachelor of science degree and a master’s degree in metallurgy. He is a metallurgist in the Homestead works of the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation.
Source: The New Castle News; New Castle, Pennsylvania; March 22, 1948; page 3
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted December 16, 2012
 

 

SMITH ~ WINEBRENNER

At Wooster, Ohio, on the 12 ult., Mr. William H. Smith, to Miss Elizabeth E. Winebrenner, second daughter of Jacob Winebrenner, formerly of Frederick County, Md.
The Sun, Baltimore, MD.,  2 Aug. 1838
(Courtesy of Theresa Burba)


 

STAKEM ~ WARD

"Midland, Md., July 20-Patrick I. Stakem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stakem, Midland and Iona M. Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ward, Eckhart, were married Sunday at the rectory of St. Joseph's church by ther Rev. J. J. Brennan. John Stakem, brother of the bridegroom, and Mary Ward, sister of the bride, were attendants..."
"Evening Times" Cumberland, Maryland Tue 20 Jul 1937
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted October 17, 2009 
 

SULLUVAN-O'BRIEN

Luke, Md., March 26.—Miss Mary Elizabeth O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Brien, this place, and Joseph Leon Sullivan, son of Mrs. Oda Sullivan, Westernport, and the late Michael J. Sullivan were married at nuptial mass yesterday morning at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, by Rev. Timothy B. Kenny, formerly of Piedmont, cousin of the bride, now pastor of All Saints Church, Baltimore, Md. The bride was given away by her father. Rev. J. H. assistant pastor was in the sanctuary. The bride's costume was of Ivory satin, finger tip veil and carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses and Lilies of the Valley. Miss Kitty O'Brien, sister of the bride was the bridesmaid and wore a blue net dress and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses.  J. Timothy O'Brien, a, brother of the bride, was the best man. The ushers were Joseph O'Brien, a brother of the bride and John Atkinson of Lonaconing. A reception was held at the home of the bride. Mrs Sullivan is a graduate of St Peter's High School of Westernport and Catherman's Business School of Cumberland. Mr Sullivan is employed by Potomac Edison company at Keyser. After a week's visit in New York the couple will reside on Maryland Avenue, Westernport.
Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Allegany Co, Md., Tuesday, March 26, 1940 - pg 9, col 7
(Courtesy of Pat Dailey)
Posted March 3, 2012                                                 


 

THOMAS ~ ANDERSON

Frostburg, Sept, 2.—Miss Helen Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Meta [Wilhelm] and the late Raymond Anderson, 141 Wood street, and William Thomas, son of Mr, and Mrs. William Thomas, Mill street, were married Saturday evening, Aug. 23, at the parsonage of Mount Zlon Welsh Baptist Memorial Church, by the pastor, the Rev. William D. Reese. They were attended by Miss Virginia Anderson, sister of the bride, and Joseph Scarpelli. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas are graduates of Beall High School. Mr. Thomas also graduated from State Teachers CoHege, Frostburg, and will teach at Randallstown, Md. public school.

Cumberland Evening Times, September 2, 1941


 
TIGHE ~ ROSS

"Midland, Md.--Mildred Tighe, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tighe and Walter Ross, son of Mrs. Mary Ross, both of Midland, were married Thursday evening, July 7, by the Rev. Dr. Henry Little, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Frostburg. The bride wore white silk crepe overlaid with lace, with hat, gloves and slippers to match. Mr. Ross is a retired officer of the U. S. Navy. After a two weeks motor tour of Alabama and Florida, they will be at their home on Church Hill."
Cumberland Times, Cumberland, Maryland 17 Jul 1932
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted November 13, 2011
 

 

TIPPEN — McGUIRE

Mr. George Tippen and Miss Veronica McGuire were married by Rev. S. J. Clarke at St. Michael's church at 8 o'clock yesterday morning. Mr. John Rooney and Miss Maralla McGuire were the attendants. At the wedding dinner served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter McGuire, Taylor street, covers were laid for 70. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tippen of Allegany Mines.  Mr. and Mrs. Tippen will make their future home at 111 Ormond street.
16 Feb 1912; Evening Times, Cumberland, MD.
Posted February 19, 2011


 

TIPPEN~THAMM

SHAFT GIRL BRIDE IN WAR-TIME ROMANCE!
Was Nurse in Walter Reed General Hospital, Where She Met Future Husband.
Frostburg, Md.,Sept. 10—A war-time romance that began during the early stages of America's participation in the struggle against Germany reached its climax when William B. Thamm, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Thamm, 255 Jameson place, married Theresa M. Tipping[sic], of Baltimore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tipping, of Shaft.  The ceremony was performed in the Church of the Nativity, Tacoma Park, Washington, D. C., by Rev, Father Bisshoff, the rector. Mr. Thamm was granted a brief leave of absence for his
wedding from the Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, where he has served as quartermaster sergeant in the post supply office. Immediately after the ceremony he was given his honorable discharge from the service and proceeded to Reading with his wife.  The bride is a graduate nurse of St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore.  Early in the war she enlisted and was assigned to duty at the Walter
Reed General Hospital, where she met her future husband. Later she was sent abroad and served for many months as an army nurse in Base Hospital  42. Recently her unit returned to this country and several days ago she was granted her discharge from the service. The wedding was arranged to take place on the day that Mr. Thamm was to be discharged.
Wednesday, 10 September 1919; The Cumberland Evening Times
Posted February 19, 2011 

WARD ~ DiGIOIA

"MIDLAND-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, Midland, announce the coming marriage of their daughter, Emma, to Julius DiGioia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl DiGioia. Luke.  Rev. William J. McVeigh, uncle of the bride-elect, will perform the ceremony in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 9:30 a. m. Saturday, October 15. Miss Julia Ward, Pittsburgh, sister of the bride will be maid of honor, and Miss Phyllis DiGioia, sister of the prospective groom, be bridesmaid. Mary Susan Murphy and Carole Cutter will be flower girls. Kathryn Ann Ward, another sister of the bride, will be train bearer.  Anthony DiGioia will be his brother's best man and Wayne Boal will serve as usher.  The bride will be given in marriage by her father..."
Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland 7 Oct 1948
(Courtesy of Shawn McGreevy)
Posted March 21, 2012

WINEBRENNER ~ KUNKLE

Marriage Told of Mary E. Knukle[sic] to John Winebrenner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kunkle, 605 South Street, announce the marriage of their daughter Mary Elizabeth to John Allen Winebrenner, son of Mrs. Grace Winbrenner, Frostburg, and the late John O. Winebrenner. The ceremony was solemnized December 31 in the rectory of St. <Mary's church, Oldtown road, with the Rev. Lawrence P. Landrigan, officiating. The bride is a graduate of St. Mary's High School, class of 1943. For the present, Mr. & Mrs. Winebrenner are residing at the bridegroom's home in Frostburg.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; January 28, 1944; page 8.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted July 10, 2013

WINEBRENNER~ MINNICK

Harry Lee Weinbrenner(sic) and Mrs. Minnie May Minnick, both of Garrett County, were married Tuesday night by Rev. Wm. J. McVeigh, assistant pastor. They were attended by Lea McMahon and Miss Lulu Keaton, sister of the bride. Mr. Winebrenner is employed as a truck driver by McMahon Bros. They will reside at a farm owned by the bride at Finzel.
The Cumberland Evening Times, December 30, 1922
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted February 19, 2011

WINEBRENNER ~ ROBINETTE

Mt. Savage, Md., June 25.
Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Madonna Marie Robinette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Robinette, Frostburg, and Robert Winebrenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Winebrenner, Mt. Savage, June 14 at the Methodist Church, Eckhart, with the Rev. W. Weaver officiating. Miss Alice Hendley was bridesmaid and Louis Arnold, best man. The bride wore a white ensemble with a corsage of orchids and the bridesmaid powder blue with a corsage of talisman roses. Mr. and Mrs. Winebrenner spent their honeymoon at Niagara Falls.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; June 25, 1940; page 12.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted July 10, 2013

WINEBRENNER - WHEELER

Miss Marian Wheeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wheeler, 117 Main street, Ridgeley, W. Va., and Oliver Winebrenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawney Winebrenner, were married Sunday at the Winebrenner home by the Rev. Kenneth M. Plummer, pastor of Calvary Methodist church, Ridgeley. Miss Ruth Fair was maid of honor, and Carl W. Flanagan, best man. Mrs. Winebrenner is a graduate of Ridgeley High School and Mr. Winebrenner of Allegany High. The bride wore Heaven blue with shoulder corsage of gardeolas and yellow rose buds. The maid of honor was attired in coral pink with corsage of gardenias. Luncheon was served at the home of the bridegrooms parents. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lawney Winebrenner, James Swadley, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Swadley, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Swadley, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilkinson, Mrs. Bergman and Mrs. C. P. Flanagan. After a wedding trip to Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Winebrenner will reside with the bridegroom's parents.
Evening Times, Cumberland, MD., Tuesday, June 10, 1941
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti/transcribed by Genie)

Posted July 13, 2013

WINEBRENNER ~ WHITE
 
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. White, 512 Rose Hill avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Maxine, to John Robert Winebrenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Winebrenner, 330 Beall street, December 26, in the Methodist parsonage, in Winchester, Va. The attendants were Miss Madeleine White, sister of the bride and Louis Myers, Ellerslie, Md. The bride was attired in a street length dress of green wool jersey. Miss White wore cherry red. Mr. and Mrs. Winebrenner were Allegany High graduates. Mr. Winebrenner is affiliated with the National Biscuit Company.
Source: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; December 30, 1942; page 6.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted July 10, 2013

 

ZIMMERMAN - BURKE

B. Frank Zimmerman and Grace Burke, both of Roaring Spring, were quietly married at Bedford Saturday, Oct. 24, the ceremony being performed by Rev. George A. Duvall, pastor of the Methodist church. They were unattended. Mr. Zimmerman is a district manager of the Prudential Insurance company. They will reside in Roaring Spring, going to housekeeping immediately.
Altoona Mirror, (PA.) October 27, 1931 page 1
(Courtesy of Ellen Copper)
Posted January 15, 2011 
                                                       


 


 


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