Union County Marriages/Anniversaries P - Q

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.


Arthur W. PARKER / Susie LLOYD

Ed PARKER / Mrs. Emma ROGERS

Edward N. Parker / Miss Laura B. Curry

G.S. PARKER / Annie BOYER

James PARKER / Calista HILLS

R.H. PARKER / Viola PURSEL

Dan PEARSON / Mrs. Dorothy WEAVER

Emery Frank PEARSON / Mrs. Dolores E. WEST

Everett PEARSON / Mrs. Flossie TIFFANY

Harold PEET / Nola REIDER

A.E. PENNECK / Bessie MURRAY

Marion PENTICOST / Clara CHADWELL

Stephen C. PERRY / Elizabeth MORRIS

Gerald PETERSEN / Lulu DAVIS

Alta L. PHILLIPS / Amy HAINES

Dr. Mark T. PHY / Ida SAARI

Dr. W.T. PHY / Hazel SCOTT

V.W. PLUMMER / C.E. ASHBY

P.J. POWERS / Mrs. Grace (Wright) FOYE


Married

PARKER-LLOYD: At Cornucopia Nov 10?, 1889 Miss Susie Lloyd of Pine Valley to Mr. Arthur W. Parker of Eagle Valley.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
November 21, 1889

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Married

The Baker City Democrat announces the marriage of Ed Parker and Mrs. Emma Rogers. The ceremony took place at the residence of James Sams on Big Creek last week.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
January 2, 1890

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Marriage of Edward N. Parker to Miss Laura B. Curry
State of Oregon
County of Union

It appearing to the satisfaction of the County Clerk of Union County, Oregon from the affidavit of I.N. Bradford and written consent of bride's parents now on file in my office, that there are no legal impediments to the solemnization of the Marriage Contract between Edward N. Parker of Union County, State of Oregon and Miss Laura B. Curry of Union County, Oregon;

Therefore, License issues this 20th day of December A.D. 1900.
G.W. Benson, County Clerk
By E.P. Schoew?,Deputy

Marriage Certificate
State of Oregon,
County of Union

This is to Certify that the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace by authority of a License bearing date the 20th day of December, A.D. 1900, and issued by the County Clerk of Union County, Oregon, did, on the 25th day of December A.D. 1900 at the house of John S. Curry in the County and State aforesaid, join in lawful wedlock, Edward N. Parker of the County of Union and State of Oregon and Miss Laura B. Curry of the County of Union and State of Oregon, with their mutual assent.
Witness my hand this Dec. 25th, 1900.

In presence of Press Taylor
Nellie Hockatt
A.W. Compton
Justice of the Peace
Recorded December 28th 1900

Submitted by
Verdena (Moffitt) Veelle


Married

PARKER-BOYER:-At the Presbyterian parsonage this city, Sunday, May 11, 1890 G.S. Parker to Miss Annie Boyer, both of Union, Rev. Parker officiating.

The happy couple received a number of valuable presents. The REPUBLICAN extends its congratulations.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
May 15, 1890

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Married

in this city, Sept, 16th, 1903, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. David Lynd, Mr. James Parker and Miss Calista Hills, Rev. W.M. Spoor officiating. The newly wedded couple are well known residents of Elgin and have a large circle of friends who will join with The Recorder in wishing them a long and happy journey through life. They took their departure on Wednesday evening's train for a visit to Portland and Hood River.

Elgin Recorder Friday September 18, 1903

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Married

PARKER-PURSEL:-At the residence of the bride in North Union, Wednesday evening, July 2, 1890. R.H. Parker to Miss Viola Parsel.

Owing to the marriage occurring late last night we cannot give full particulars until next issue.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
July 3, 1890

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Pearson - Weaver

Coming as a surprise to their friends in North Powder and Baker is the announcement of the marriage of Mrs. Dorothy Weaver of Baker to Mr. Dan Pearson of North Powder, the ceremony having been performed in La Grande Thursday noon by Rev. A.F. Grissom, pastor of the North Powder Methodist church. The ceremony took place in the Court House with the minister's wife and Mrs. C.D. McCurry as witnesses.

The bride came to North Powder very recently to keep house for Mr. Pearson whose wife died some time ago.

Oregon Trail Weekly
North Powder News
Saturday, January 14, 1928






Mrs. West Marries Frank Pearson

Dolores E. West and Emery Frank Pearson, of North Powder, were united in wedlock Saturday afternoon in Baker. Judge Charles E. Baird tied the knot, and the couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Butler.

North Powder News
Friday, June 10, 1932

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Married - At Baker on March 17, Mrs. Flossie Tiffany to Everett Pearson. Their many friends extend congratulations.

North Powder News
Saturday, March 22, 1919

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Peet - Reider

Miss Nola Reider became the bride of Mr. Harold Peet Sunday morning at the Christian church parsonage, Baker, Rev. G.L. Matlock performing the ceremony. Ruth Snook was bridesmaid and Neal Reider attended the groom. A wedding breakfast was served at the Peter Pan following the ceremony. The young couple left for Portland and Seattle. They will be at home at 1705 East street after two weeks.

Miss Reider is the daughter of Mrs. A.J. Duffy of Lansing, Mich., a former resident of Baker. She is a graduate of the Baker high school and for the past two years has been employed as bookkeeper of the Universal Motor company. Mr. Peet is the son of Mrs. George S. Peet and is employed by the Union Oil company, Baker Herald.

The bride was a former student of the North Powder high school.

Oregon Trail Weekly
North Powder News
Saturday, October 20, 1928


Married

PENNECK-MURRAY: - A.E. Penneck, of Port Townsend, and Miss Bessie Murray, of this county, at the residence of J.E. Harry, La Grande, Feb. 27, 1890.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
March 6, 1890

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Married

Married, near this city, November 9th, 1904, Mr. Marion Penticost and Miss Clara Chadwell, S.M. Goff, J.P. officiating.

Elgin Recorder Friday November 11, 1904

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YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED SUNDAY

Miss Elizabeth Morris of this place and Stephen C. Perry of Baker, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at the M.E. parsonage in Baker, Rev. C.E. Helman performing the ceremony. Miss Morris is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Bartlet Morris of Paoli, Indiana and came west four months ago to make an extended visit with her uncle Walter Jones and family of this place. Mr. Perry is a prominent young business man of Baker who for the past three years has been employed as local manager of the Mutual Creamery company in that city. About three months ago Miss Morris accepted a position with that company as bookkeeper. It was there the romance started which resulted in the marriage. The happy couple came to North Powder and spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, returning to Baker on Sunday evening where they took up their work again on Monday. They will reside in Baker for the present.

North Powder News
Saturday, October 2, 1920

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YOUNG COUPLE KEPT MARRIAGE SECRET

The marriage of Gerald Petersen and Miss Lulu Davis which occurred at Weiser, Idaho, on July 7 was kept a secret from friends of the couple until Saturday of last week, and was not generally known until several days later. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Peterson is a Junior at O.A.C. and has been in charge of the business of his father during the vacation period. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, living west of the city. Both are well and favorably known in this vicinity, having spent their lives here. The newly married pair expect to make their home in North Powder.

North Powder News
Saturday, August 22, 1925

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Haines - Phillips

The marriage of Miss Amy Haines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haines to Alta L. Phillips of Union, is reported to have occurred at La Grande Monday of this week.

North Powder News
Saturday, November 7, 1925

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DR. MARK T. PHY MARRIED SATURDAY

Dr. Mark T. Phy, son of Dr. W.T. Phy of Hot Lake, was married Saturday to Miss Ida Saari, in Chicago, the ceremony being performed in St. Mark's Cathedral. Dr. Phy will continue his studies at Wesley Memorial hospital in Chicago, after which he will go abroad for study. He expects to return to Hot Lake after completing his studies and will assist his father at the Sanitarium.

North Powder News
Saturday, November 21, 1925

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Married

Dr. W.T. Phy of Hot Lake and Miss Hazel Scott of Waterloo, Iowa, were married at the home of the bride's parents, December 28. The couple returned Thursday evening and are at home at Hot Lake. Dr. Phy is owner of the Hot Lake sanitarium and Mrs. Phy was formerly social editor of the la Grande Observer. The many friends are extending congratulations to this couple.

North Powder News
Saturday, January 8, 1927

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Married

PLUMMER-ASHBY: At the residence of the bride in Pyle canyon at 11:30 a.m. May 14/11?, V.W. Plummer and Miss C.E. Ashby, both of Union county, Rev. L.J. Boothe officiating.

At the close of the ceremony the company consisting of about sixty friends retired to the grove where an elegant lunch awaited them. The happy couple have the congratulations of a host of friends.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
May 15, 1890

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POWERS - FOYE

Mr. P.H. Powers and Mrs. Grace Foye, of Medical Springs, were married in La Grande at 4 p.m., Tuesday of this week, at the Catholic parsonage. But a few friends attended the wedding, which was followed by a dinner at the Sommer grill, after which the party returned to Medical Springs. The contracting parties are so well known in this section as to need no introduction to our readers and the Republican joins with many friends in wishing them a long life and much joy. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dunham Wright, pioneers of this section, while the groom has been manager of the Medical Springs hotel property.

October 10, 1916

Donated by Larry Rader

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