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Alabama marriage notices from 1852 newspaper

Alabama Marriage Notices from the 1852 South Western Baptist Newspaper 


Married on the 14th inst., by the REV. A. VANHOOSE of Aberdeen, Mississippi, MR. JAMES M. ARMSTRONG to MISS ELLA S. PARKE, both of Montgomery County, Alabama.


Married on the 15th inst., by REV. J. H. DEVOTIE, MR. WM. W. LUMPKIN of Athens, Georgia to MISS L. M. KING, daughter of GEN E. D. KING, Marion, Alabama.


Married on the 7th inst., by REV. P. B. LAWSON, MR.WILLIAM A CORBIN of this town to MISS MARY E., daughter of REV. JACOB CREATH of Palmyra, Missouri.

Married in the Baptist Church in Carlowville, Dallas County, on Wednesday (at noon) 16th inst., by REV. PLATT STOUT, WW. WALLER of Montgomery, Alabama to MISS M. A. STOUT, daughter of REV. PLATT STOUT of Carlowville.


Married on the 25th March at the residence of COL. BILLUPS in the city of Columbus by REV. S. S. LATTIMORE, MR. D. DUPREE of Noxubee County, Mississippi to MRS. E. MOORE of Columbus.


Married on the morning of the 28th inst., by REV. J. H. DEVOTIE, REV. BASIL MANLY, JR. Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia to MRS. CHARLOTTE A. E. WHITFIELD SMITH of Marion, Alabama.


Married in Montgomery on the 28th ult., by REV. MR. FINLEY, MR. J. A. MELCHER, teacher of the Preparatory Department of Howard College, to MISS CATHARINE E. DEWEY of Wetumpka


Married on the 21st ult., by the REV. C. C. LEE, MR. H. S. BLACK to MISS MARY ODUM, all of Madison County, Mississippi.


Married at the residence of MR. WM. WALKER, Greensboro, on the evening of the 2nd inst., by J. H. DEVOTEO, MR. O. D. SHELMAN of New?and GEORGIA to MISS SARAH J. WALKER.


Married on the 22nd inst., by the REV. W. WILKES, MR. JAMES A LAKE of Dallas to MISS ANN E. WALLACE of Perry County.


Married on the 28th September by the REV. SAM’L HENDERSON, DR. WILLIAM A. HOOTEN of Orion, Pike County, to MISS PARISADE JETT of Macon County, Alabama


Married by the REV. JOHN S. FORD, October 5th, 1852 MR. BRYANT BOROUGHS of Perry County to MISS JANE SPRATT of Lowndes County, Alabama

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