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GENERAL DEATH MARRIAGE COURT XXXXXXXX
Source:  Cincinnati Daily Gazette - Ohio
Dated: Sept. 25, 1868
MARRIED.
BRATTEN - BROWN
- September 9, Mr. J. C. Bratten, of Highland County, Ohio, to Miss Millie C. Brown, daughter of Mr. Isaac H. Brown, near Bethel, Ohio.
Source:  Cincinnati Daily Enquirer - Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio
Dated: Dec. 24, 1869

MARRIED: MUNN - CLING - At East Union Township Dec. 15, Warren Munn, of Nebraska City, to Miss Rachel Cling.
     SUTHERFIELD - SHOEMAKER
- On the 16th of December, Mr. Noble Sutherfield, of Pike Co., to Miss Priscilla Shoemaker, of Highland Co., Ohio
Source: Times Picayune - Louisiana
Dated: Aug. 17, 1873
A young man named Moses PENTON, living near Hillsboro, Ohio, was on his way to be married, when he was struck by lightning and instantly killed.  Two years ago, his brother was thrown from his horse and killed, while going to marry the same lady.
Source: Cincinnati Daily Gazette
Dated:  Feb. 6, 1874
MARRIED.
HARLAN - JUDKINS -
At the residence of the bride's mother, at New Lexington, Highland County, Ohio, by the Rev. J. M. K. Shultz, Mr. Wm. T. Harlan, of Belmont County, O., and Miss Emma Judkins.
Source: Cincinnati Daily Gazette
Dated: Sept. 15, 1879
MARRIED.
LAYCOCK - PURDY
- At the Christian Church near Taylorsville, Highland County, on August 31, by Elder John Shockey,  of Sicily, Ohio, Mr. Lee C. Laycock to Miss Olive B. Purdy, both of Taylorsville, Highland County, Ohio.
Source: The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio)
Date: January 12, 1893, Page 8

Bell. January 9th, 1893.
On January 4th Mr. Webster and Miss Nace, of Fairfax, drove over to Pleasant school house, near here, where Rev. Shoemaker was conducting a series of meetings. They did not wish to disturb the religious. meeting but they thought marriage was sacred as well as a legal ordinance so they claimed the right to disturb, the reverend and a messenger was sent to call him from behind the sacred desk to unite the two as one while they sat in the buggy. Of course the sheep always follow their shepherd so the congregation all followed while the pastor deviated from his original subject, The ceremony being short, all soon, retired to the school house and the religious service went on again undisturbed.

 
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