Union County Marriages/Anniversaries T

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.

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Eugene TALLY / Zella WALLACE

J.C. TALLY / Lola LOVERN

Daniel TARTAR / Lizzie KOOPMAN

B. THOMAS / Nancy J. SLACK

William THOMAS / Lela SMITH

Harry BARROWS / Rhoda Thompson

J.B. THORSON / Stella WEATHERLY

Andy TITUS / Flora BLAKELY

Frank TURNER / Maxie BILLS

Gerald TUTTLE / Myrtle SMITH

Dr. Charles M. TYLER / Iva HESS


Tally - Wallace

Eugene Tally and Miss Zella Wallace were united in marriage at noon, last Thursday, in Baker, at the home of Rev. and Mrs. E.P. Waltz on Court street. Rev. Waltz performed the impressive ring ceremony. Both young folks are well known in this community and have the best wishes of their many friends. They will make their home in San Francisco, where the groom has resided for the past several years.

North Powder News
Saturday, July 24, 1926

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FORMER LOCAL COUPLE WED

J.C. Tally and Miss Lola Lovern former North Powder residents; were married in Burly, Idaho, June the twenty-ninth, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Driggs, in the presence of a few friends, Rev. Thompson performed the ceremony.

Mr. Tally has for the past year been employed by the Silver Mining company at Vepont, Idaho. The bride for the past three years, has been teaching in this vicinity. The young couple will make their home at the mining camp near Vepont.

North Powder News
Saturday, July 17, 1920

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Married

TARTAR-KOOPMAN. In Pine valley October 22, 1889 Daniel Tartar to Miss Lizzie Koopman. Both of Union County.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
November 7, 1889

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Married

At the "Centennial Hotel" Sunday November 4th, 1877 by E.S. McComas Justice of the Peace, Mr. B. Thomas to Mis Nancy J. Slack, all of Summerville, Union County.

Mountain Sentinel, Saturday
November 10, 1877

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Married

THOMAS-SMITH:- at the Union city hotel, Aug. 20, William Thomas and Lela Smith. Rev. L.J. Boothe officiating.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
August 28, 1890

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Married

THOMPSON-BARROWS - At Baker City, August 29th, Harry Barrows and Rhoda Thompson, both of Eagle valley.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
September 5, 1889

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THORSON - WEATHERLY

Mr. J.B. Thorson, cashier of the First National Bank of this city, and Miss Stella Weatherly, a well known young lady of Joseph, were united in marriage in San Francisco, Wednesday, February 10th, 1904. The bride was returning from an extended tour through Mexico and Southern California and was met in the bay city by the groom. The newly wedded couple have the best wishes of a large circle of friends for their future happiness. They are expected home in a few days.

Elgin Recorder Friday
February 19, 1904

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Married

TITUS-BLAKELY-At Lowell, Lane county, March 16, Mr. Andy Titus and Miss Flora Blakely.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
March 27, 1890

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Frank Turner / Maxie Bills

At the Christian church in this city Monday evening, April 24, 1905, occurred the marriage of Mr. Frank Turner to Miss Maxie Bills. Theceremony was performed by Rev. W.H. Willis and was witnessed by a small party of relatives and friends. The contracting parties are well and favorably known young people of this city and have the best wishes of all who know them. They are now at home in a newly furnished residence on E. street.
Following is a list of presents received:
Rug, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hug; silver bread tray, Miss Blanche Collins; silver waiter, Agnes booth; cups and saucers, Arleigh Russell; salad dish, Lee Tuttle; silver butter knife and sugar shell, Marvin Stevenson; cut glass berry set, Roy Morelock; table cloth, Mr. and Mrs. Bills; rocking chair, Yum Yum Club; picture, S.D. Read; 3 piece bed room suit and dinner set, Roy and Thomas Bills; kitchen utensils, bed spread, table cloths, towels, Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Turner; match tray, Jesse Smith; canary bird and cage, Mrs. Hotchkiss; water set, R.L. Shoemaker; wedding cake, A. Beck(?); glass fruit dish, J.W. Brown; two pair lace curtains, Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Garner.

Elgin Recorder Friday
April 28, 1905

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Married

Married, in Pendleton, Wednesday evening June 22, 1904, Mr. Gerald Tuttle and Miss Myrtle Smith. The groom is well known in this section of the county and is in the employ of Woodard & Clark Drug Co. of Portland, in which city the newly married couple will reside.

Elgin Recorder Friday
June 24, 1904

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Married

Dr. Charles M. Tyler, dentist, and Miss Iva Hess both of North Powder, were married in La Grande, Thursday afternoon at the office of the Justice of the Peace, A.C. Williams. Dr. Tyler has been a resident of North Powder for the past several months, locating in business here about the first of the year. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Hess and has lived here for a number of years. Both the bride and groom have a large circle of friends who join in extending congratulations.

North Powder News
Saturday, August 23, 1919

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