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CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO

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GENERAL NEWS DEATHS MARRIAGES COURT
Source:  The Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Ohio - Dated Feb. 12, 1869
MARRIED.
JOHNSON - TITUS -
At the residence of the bride's parents, in Brooklyn, Long Island, on Thanksgiving, Feb. 4th, J. Tiff. Johnson, of Batavia, Ohio, to Miss Anna Titus.
(Transcribed by Sharon Wick)
Source:  Cincinnati Daily Enquirer - Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio
Dated: Dec. 24, 1869
     FRAMBERS - ALTMAN - At Felicity, Ohio, Dec. 5, F. J. Frambers to Miss Minnie A. Altman.
     BRYAN - MOLEN -
At Felicity, O., Dec. 9, Chant K. Bryan to Miss Cora F. Molen.
     TERWILLIGEN - BLEVIN -  At Goshen, O., Dec. 2, Hiram Terwilligen to Miss Mary Blevin.
Source: San Francisco Bulletin - California
Dated: April 21, 1886
MATRIMONY AND DIFFICULTIES
BATAVIA, Ohio - April 13 - After midnight Frank Allen and his bride expectant, the charming Miss Mattie McCarty of Pendleton county, Ky., reached Felicity, fleeing from the latter's obdurate parents.  A courier was dispatched to the Probate Court here before day, and armed with a marriage license he returned to Felicity at 7 o'clock this morning, having made a journey of forty-two miles.  By this time the hard-hearted dad of the blooming young woman had struck Felicity loaded down with guns and breathing death and destruction to the gallant cavalier who had stolen his daughter.  The loving couple were spirited out of that town in a closed carriage to Chilo?, on the river, where in a few minutes Squire William A. Ware joined them.  And hardly a minute later the enraged father, swearing like a trooper, reached the banks of the Ohio, when the magistrate pushed the couple into a sk__ and floated out with the high water, and tied the matrimonial knot in an instant, just as the cruel parent was raising his gun to shoot.  Squire Ware yelled out:  "Too late, old man; the job's done." when the gun fell from the stern Kentuckian's hands, his jaws relaxed, and he slid back to the village saloon to cheer his broken thoughts with a big drink of his native State's bourbon.  The happy couple never stopped till they reached the Kentucky side, and the bride told the Squire, "The old man will soon come too," as the groom tossed the youthful magistrate a $20 bill and kissed his girl-wife. - Chicago Tribune.
(Transcribed by Sharon Wick)
 
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