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Crittenden Co., Kentucky 1905 Marriage Records

Transcribed and submitted by Brenda Underdown

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Marriages appearing in the The Crittenden-Record Press, 1905.

January 25, 1905 – A Youthful Marriage.
Jesse Tharpe the 18 years of son of John Tharp and Miss Sallie Porter aged 16 were married at the residence of the brides grandmother, Mrs. E. H. Porter, last Sunday afternoon by Rev. T. A. Conway. The groom has been in the employment of A. J. Chittenden for some time as clerk. The bride is the grand daughter of the late Harve Porter and is an orphan, being a daughter of Thomas Porter and Jane McDowell, his wife, both of whom died several years ago, since which time the bride has made her home with her grandmother, who resides on Belleville Street.

February 16, 1905 –
Mr. Joseph Binkley and Miss Cora Oliver, of Frances, Crittenden County, were married in the sheriff’s office last Wednesday (Feb. 8th) by County Judge W. S. Randolph. They came in on the 12:45 train and were at once driven to the county clerk’s office where license were procured in short order. They were accompanied by Mr. Henry Whit and Miss Carrie Oliver, sister of the bride. Both the bride and groom are members of prominent Crittenden county families. They returned to their home on the 2:45 train. – Princeton Leader.

(Actual marriage date. Checked in court house records.)
March 2, 1905 – Mr. Walter Hunter to Miss Nerva C. Kinnis at George Kinnis.

March 4, 1905 – E. C. Howard to Miss Minnie Davis, at my house. J. C. Kinsolving Signed.

March 19, 1905 – Callie E. Myers to Miss Sarah G. Rustin at H. M. Rustins.

March 22, 1905 – F. M. Chandler to Miss Macy Bird at Wm. Bird’s.

March 26, 1905 – D. N. Davis to Miss Nellie Gray at C. E. Slayden’s – Livingston County

March 26, 1905 – Jasper N. McDowell to Mrs. Mary J. Sullivan at J. A. Hunt’s.

March 26, 1905 – Rupert Crowell to Miss Minnie Brantley in the road between Baker and Rosebud Church.

March 29, 1905 – Joseph Duncan to Miss Dora Lee Phillips at R. L Phillips.

April 12, P. P. Paris to Miss Nona Pearl James at H. A. James.

April 16, 1905 – G. W. Yates to Miss Willie Morris at brides home in the County of Livingston.