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Random Notes of Marriages from Newspaper, Dewey County, Oklahoma Territory 1892-1903.
Newspaper on microfilm at Oklahoma Historical Society.

Taloga ACCIDENT, Dec 23, 1892
Page 4. Miss Lulu Holcomb, who will be remembered by the "pioneers" as the charming
young lady who made the run with her father C. W., and secured a fine claim, has recently
married and returned with her husband to her claim here.
C. W. Holcomb has returned to his claim, four miles east of town, with his family and is
prepared to remain permanently. Mr. Holcomb came in on the day of the opening, secured a
claim and had the first house built in this part of the county, he also raised fine crops
of corn and millet. When it came to selecting county officers his diligence and rustling
ability was recognized and he was elected county commissioner from his district, which
office he holds for the next two years.

Taloga ADVOCATE, May 11, 1895
Married - At Taloga, O. T., Sunday, May 5th, 1895, by Probate Judge Arthaud, Mr. A. H.
Quillin to Miss Arria Begley, both of D county. ...

TALOGA ADVOCATE, December 6, 1900
Page 4. Married Nov 29 at Probate Judge's office- L. L. Libby & Mrs. Hattie Tate. J. J.
Keller & Miss May Miller.

Page 1. Charles Smith and Julia Lovett both of this County, were married at the residence
of the brides parents on Sunday May 19, Rev. Fitzwater officiating.

TALOGA ADVOCATE, December 26, 1901
Page 1. Married. W. L. McAbee and Miss Martha Clayton ---

Taloga ADVOCATE, Feb 6, 1902
Arthur Pownall and Miss Dollie Cheney were married at the residents of the bride's
parents in Taloga, Saturday evening.

Married. C. B. Leedy and Miss Mable A. Foster both of Leedy, this county were married
at the residence of the bride's parents last Sunday. --- The bride who is a charming
young lady was formerly a resident of Pulaski Co, Mo. and has lived in Dewey County
less than a year.

TALOGA ADVOCATE, February 27, 1902
Page 1. Bloomfield - Married at the grooms parents Wiley Jones and Verge Evans.

Mr. Lewis Clem and Miss Maggie E. Taylor both of Cleveland township, were married at the
residence of Rev. J. H. Jones in Taloga Thursday night Feb 20. --

Taloga ADVOCATE, March 6, 1902
Page 1. Married. At the residence of J. H. Johnston in this city, Wednesday Mar. 6th at
6:30 p.m. Edward C. Erni and Miss Hattie Green, both of this county.

Page 4. Married at the residence of brides parents in Dewey County, Oklahoma at 7 p.m.
in Dewey County, Okla. At 7 p.m. Mr. Archibald Munro of Garfield County, Oklahoma and
Miss Sarrah Viola Rodgers were united in marriage Feb 25th 1902 by Rev. J. H. Johnson
pastor of M. E. Church of Taloga.

Taloga ADVOCATE, Oct 9, 1902
Walter L. Manfull and Miss Edna M. Day both of Custer county were united in marriage
Tuesday at the residence of R. A. Cox in Taloga, Rev. J. R. Hostetler officiating.

TALOGA ADVOCATE, October 16, 1902
Page 1. Married. On Oct 6th at 8. p. m. at the home of the brides parents, Mrs. and
Mrs. Geo. Allen on the McKinzie Flat, Mr. Chas. Haase and Miss Mary B. Allen were
united in marriage by Rev. Edward Dycus of the M. E. Church, south. ...

Taloga ADVOCATE, Nov 13, 1902
Page 1. Woodson Norvell of Taloga and Miss Norma Ogan of Shafter, Mo., were married
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Clem, Friday evening Nov 7th, Rev. Jesse H.
Jones officiating. ...

Taloga ADVOCATE, Nov 20, 1902
Page 1. Mr. F. E. Welker, the popular Editor and Proprietor of the Cestos REPORTER, was
married at Woodward last Sunday, to Miss Foster, a very popular and charming young lady,
formerly of Persimmon. LENORA LEADER.

TALOGA ADVOCATE, March 19, 1903
Page 1. Emmett Womble and Anna F. Hunt were married at the residence of the brides'
parents, W. F. Hunt and wife of near Burmah. Sunday, March 15.

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