Union County Marriages/Anniversaries G

Copyright 1999 Janine M. Bork


Unless denoted by a donor's name, these are marriages/anniversaries I have taken from microfilm of old newspapers I received through interlibrary loan from the University of Oregon. My many thanks to them. They do a great service. If you have any marriages/anniversaries you can donate, please drop a line to Janine M. Bork.Your information can help others.


Donald GALE / Miskell BLOOM

Tilford GALOWAY / Lizzie PARKER

O.A. GARDER / Grace TURNER

C.H. GASSETT / Mrs. Arlie JONES

W.B. GASSET / Dora MARTIN

Frank GIBBONS / Arvilla G. POORE

W.H. GIBSON / Lillie CHOATE

Albert GIPSON / Bonnie HOWARD

Audas E. GOLDING / Flora E. KNIGHT

Clayton GOODMAN / Lillie GOFF

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. GOODNOUGH Silver Anniversary

J. GOODENOUGH / Mrs. M.J. ATTERBERRY

William V. GORHAM / Helen SENCERBOX

Joseph J. GRAHAM / Amy Fern WICKAM

W.D. GRANDY / Lillie RICE

54th Anniversary - Mr. and Mrs. George G. GRAY

John GREEN / Ella DEANS

Lyle A. GREEN / Mary CADWELL


Wedding Bells

GALE - BLOOM. - At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Cora Bloom, in Cove, Oregon, June 24, 1919, by Rev. H.I. Hanson, Miss Miskell Bloom and Mr. Donald Gale, of Union, Oregon were married.

The bride is one of the loveliest of Cove's young ladies, and was gowned in white crepe de chine, long veil, bouquet of white flowers. The groom, one of Union's bright young business men, was in the conventional suit. As nearly a half hundred guests graced the wedding dinner, names are omitted for want of space. The Cove Sentinel Items joins with a host of relatives and friends in wishes for a happy future.

Donated by Larry Rader

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Married

December 21st., 1879 by Rev. G.M. Lane, of Indian Valley, Mr. Tilford Galoway to Miss Lizzie Parker, both of Elk Flat, Union County, Oregon.

Mountain Sentinel, Saturday
January 3, 1880

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O.A. Garder / Grace Turner

Married in this city June 4, 1903, Mr. O.A. Garder and Miss Grace Turner, Rev. Wm. Spoor officiating. The contracting parties are well known residents of Elgin and have a large circle of friends who join with the Recorder in congratulations.

Elgin Recorder Friday
June 12, 1903
This article is very hard to read. If you think it has errors, please contact me.

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C.H. GASSETT / Mrs. Arlie JONES

C.H. Gassett and Mrs. Arlie Jones were quietly married at the bride's home Thursday Nov. 11 at 2 p.m., Rev. A.L. Cathers of the M.E. church officiating.

Newspaper Article 1915

Donated by Larry Rader

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Frank C. Gibbons / Arvilla G. Poore

A quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Dishman of Elgin, Tuesday, August 25, 1903, at 2 p.m. when their daughter, Miss Arvilla G. Poore, became the wife of Frank C. Gibbons, of this city, Rev. Wm. Spoor officiating. The bride is well and favorably known in these parts, having recently closed a successful term of school in the Pleasant Hill district. The groom is a well known young business man of this city. They left on the evening train for Hood River and the coast and on their return will make Elgin their home. The Recorder extends congratulations.

Elgin Recorder Friday
August 28, 1903

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Married - At Summerville, September 28, Rev. W.H. Gibson and Miss Lillie Choate

Eastern Oregon Republican
Wednesday, October 3, 1894

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Married

Married in La Grande, Wednesday, November 17, at the Baptist parsonage, by the pastor, Albert Gipson and Miss Bonnie Howard, both of Union. The young couple motored to Walla Walla, after the ceremony, and returned Thursday evening. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gipson of South Union, at 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening and relatives and intimate friends were present. The happy couple will make their home in Union, and are receiving congratulations from their many friends over the county.

North Powder News
Saturday, November 27, 1926

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Married

On the evening of February 15, 1906, by the Rev. D.S. Smith, Audas E. Golding and Flora E. Knight. The parties are well known and highly respected in Elgin. The wedding was a quiet affair, only the immediate relatives being present.

Elgin Recorder Friday
February 16, 1906

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GOODMAN - GOFF

The marriage of Mr. Clayton Goodman to Miss Lillie Goff occurred at the home of the bride's parents in this city Saturday, June 24, 1905, Rev. D.S. Smith, officiating. Both are well known and highly respected young people of this community. They left Sunday for Portland and the sea coast and will probably locate in Ashland, Oregon.

Elgin Recorder Friday
June 30, 1905

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W.B. Gasset / Dora Martin Marriage

Married in Union, Oct. 29, 1899 at the Centennial Hotel, W.B. Gasset and Miss Dora Martin, Leroy Lomax, J.P. officiating. - Scout.

Cove Ledger Thursday
November 9, 1899

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SILVER WEDDING
Mrs. And Mrs. Chas. D. Goodnough Celebrate 25th Wedding Anniversary.

Sunday being the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Goodnough, they were the recipients of a reception in their honor given by their daughters, Miss Bessie and Mrs. Charles Bull.

The home was beautifully decorated with cut flowers, roses and sweet peas. A sumptuous five-course dinner was served and most enjoyable afternoon was spent by those present, which included only the immediate members of the family. A number of elegant presents were presented.

Those present were Mr. and Mrs. David Bay, Harvey, Frank, Arlie and Clair Bay, Mrs. Anna Bay and sons, Louis and Harold; Mrs. And Mrs. Chas. Bull, Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Goodnough, Bessie, Roy, Raymond, Cassie and Ronald Goodnough.

Mrs. and Mrs. Goodnough have been residents of this county for many years, were married here, and in addition to those of the family present on this occasion, have hosts of friends who join in wishing them many, many years of continued prosperity and happiness.

NEWSPAPER NOT KNOWN, (Newspaper clipping in scrapbook)
[Married 19 Oct 1882 in Union, Union Co., OR]

Submitted by: Robert C. Bull

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Married

Word has been received here of the marriage of Mrs. M.J. Atterberry and Mr. J. Goodenough, which event occurred at Richville, Washington, recently. Mrs. Atterberry is a former resident of North Powder and has many friends here who extend congratulations to the couple.

North Powder News
Saturday September 13, 1919

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Sencerbox - Gorham

The marriage of Miss Helen Sencerbox and Voyle Gorham occurred last Sunday at Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Sencerbox accompanied by Miss Wilma Wade of Pendleton made the trip to the California metropolis last week. Miss Sencerbox is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. E.J. Sencerbox and was a member of the firm of Sencerbox and Sencerbox of this city. Mr. Gorham is a former North Powder boy and has been a resident of Los Angeles for a number of years where he is employed with the P.F.E. company. The young couple will make their home in Los Angeles where the groom had a home furnished for his bride upon her arrival. Their many friends in this vicinity extend congratulations.

North Powder News
Saturday, June 25, 1927

WEDDED IN ARGUS BOWL

On Sunday, June 19, at the J.J. Argus estate, Wm. V. Gorham and Miss Helen J. Sencerbox were united in marriage, Dr. F.O. Wyatt of the Eagle Rock Congregational church officiating. Chas. W. Swyers of Granada Street served as groomsman. Wilda Wade of Pendleton, Oregon, was bridesmaid. Edna Duncan Martin of Beechwood drive sang appropriate songs before and after the ceremony and played softly during the entire service. The hill-side theatre had been decorated for the event. Refreshments were served in the Argus home. The bride wore white silk crepe trimmed with white fox fur and carried roses and ferns. She had come recently from North Powder Oregon. Mr. Gorham is a policeman and member of the Los Angeles force, living on Granada Street. Mr. and Mrs. Argus were most gracious hosts. Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Butler, Joseph H. Martin and Frank Kreutziger were guests. - Los Angeles News.

North Powder News
Saturday, July 9, 1927

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Joseph J. Graham and Amy Fern Wickam were married in La Grande, Christmas day. They will reside in La Grande. Mr. Graham is a former resident of North Powder.

North Powder News
Saturday, January 1, 1921

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Married

GRANDY-RICE: W.D. Grandy, of La Grande and Miss Lillie Rice, of Weiser city, at Weiser city Feb. 20, 1890.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
March 6, 1890

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Cove Couple Felicitated on 54th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Gray Long Residents of Union County

COVE, Or., Feb. 25 - (Special) Mr. and Mrs. George G. Gray of Lower Cove celebrated the 54th anniversary of their marriage February 22, with members of the family arriving at their home.

George G. Gray was born April 10, 1840 in Granger county, Tennessee, and with his parents went to the Willamette valley in 1853. As one of the cattle drivers, the 13-year old had made almost the entire trip across the plains on horseback. He came to Cove in 1872 and bought his present home farm.

Sylvinnia [sic - Sylvina] Jasper was born August 11, 1855, in Benton county, Oregon and came to Cove with her parents 12 years later. She and Mr. Gray were married February 22, 1874 in Summerville, Or.

They are the parents of ten children, seven of whom are living and all residing in Union county, Oregon. They are: Mrs. Sarah Agnes Conley, George M. Gray, Mrs. Bessie Childers, Joseph and Nathan Gray, Mrs. Annie Miller and Mrs. Dillie Millering. They have 22 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Mr. and Mrs. Gray have lived all of their married life on their farm home.

(Pictures of each individual accompany the anniversary article but are misplaced and located in Section 3, page 5).

Oregonian
Portland, Oregon
February 26, 1928
Section 4, Page 4

Submitted by: Tom Childers
Portland, Oregon

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Married

On Sunday January 20th, at the residence of T.B.H. Green, one mile northwest of Union, by E.S. McComas, J.P., Mr. John Green to Miss Ella Deans. A large number of friends were present to wish the happy couple prosperity and happiness along the journey of life. Mrs. T.B.H. Green had a sumptuous dinner prepared, consisting of luxuries and delicacies innumerable, all prepared in that manner for which the mothers of our country and their worthy daughters have ever been justly celebrated. If the well wishes of a community are of any benefit, the young couple have a good start in life.

Mountain Sentinel, Saturday
January 26, 1878

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Lyle A. GREEN / Mary CADWELL

The marriage of Lyle A. Green, of Montana and Miss Mary Cadwell, of Union, occurred at La Grande Tuesday of this week the ceremony being performed by Dr. G.H. Feese, of the M.E. Church. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cadwell, of Union and the groom is a young man recently from Montana now employed on the Sumpter Valley Railroad. The good wishes of many friends of the bride in this section go with them.

Newspaper article - July 16, 1918

Donated by Larry Rader

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