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1 Marriage is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Smith of Delphi, Route 3, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Kathryne, and Joseph E. Dubes Jr,. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Dubes Sr., of Lafayette. The wedding took place March 15. The couple will be at home in Lafayette after April 1. Mrs. Dubes is a former employee of the Delphi Market.
(Kokomo Tribune-28 March 1941).
 
Family: F64716
 
2 Robbins - Buelow
Nuptial vows were said in the home of Rev. H. E. Reed, pastor of the First Pentecostal Church at Hot Springs, Ark., by Miss Peggy Robbins of that city and Sgt. Don Buelow, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Buelow, 1335 Perryville Road, the evening of July 11. Rev. Reed officiated at the double ring ceremony which was attended by family and close friends.
For her marriage Mrs. Buelow chose a white dressmaker suit, white accessories and a hat of white straw and her flowers were lavender orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robbins, parents of the bride, held a reception at their home in Hot Springs in honor of the newlyweds.
Pink and white gladioli and snapdragon were arranged in bouquets throughout the rooms and the traditional three-tiered wedding cake centered the serving table. Present for the wedding and reception were Mrs. A. J. Buelow and daughters, Margaret and Barbara, and son, Marlin.
Sgt. and Mrs. Buelow are residing at Brandenburg Place in Hot Springs. Mrs. Buelow, who attended schools in Hot Springs and was graduated from the Hot Springs Business College, is employed at the Army and Navy General Hospital, where Sgt. Buelow is stationed in the clerical department. The bridegroom is a graduate of Central High School.
(Southeast Missourian-22 July 1950)
 
Family: F64262
 
3 The case for separate maintenance of Mary R. McCabe against Harry L. McCabe has been brought to Carroll Circuit Court on a change of Venue from Tippecanoe Circuit Court. Morris R. Parks, attorney for plaintiff.
(Logansport Pharos Tribune-23 December 1948).
 
Family: F64501
 
4 Married elder son of Robert Taylor Garside & grandson of Thomas Douglas Hamilton Garside-at Conway House, Dunmurry NI which was the home of Sir Milne Barbour,the bride's uncle.

Guests present included Sir Milne Barbour, his nephews James & Paddy Barbour,Helen Reilly Harland nee Barbour (bride's mother), bride's sister, Roy Garside (groom's brother), and the best man in RAF Officer's uniform (name unknown). 
Family: F56674
 
5 "birth dates" for children in this family are from Pennsylvania Births Chester County by John T Humphrey, from Sadbury Monthly Meeting records.
dates are in format dd nth_month year.  
Family: F08520
 
6 "deserted 20 years ago" reported on marriage license 13 jun 1903  Family: F34972
 
7 "He was possibly the son of Philipp Stein of Udencappeln, who on July 16, 1645 married Margaretha Götz" Family: F32019
 
8 "She did not marry Isaac J. Strauch, because he was sickly and his mother and father did not want him to get married" quote from unconfirmed source per Gary Strouse Family: F91153
 
9 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F29694
 
10 1 child, no longer living in 1900 Family: F56241
 
11 1 daughter Family: F31873
 
12 1 son Family: F60022
 
13 1 son & 1 daughter Family: F19192
 
14 1 son & 1 daughter Family: F49571
 
15 1 son 11 daughters Family: F20517
 
16 1 son 5 daughters Family: F17612
 
17 1 son and 1 daughter died two days before Susanna's death Family: F56398
 
18 1 son and 3 daughters; the daughters all predeceased the mother Family: F86539
 
19 1 son, 1 daughter Family: F16660
 
20 1 son, 1 daughter Family: F01870
 

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