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Marriage ceremony took place at the home of the bride's parents.
The following is quoted from Jean B. Lewis:
"Cole and Nellie were married for 56 years when he died. He was 21 and she was 16 when they married. They celebrated their 50th anniversary June 15, 1963. Their cake was 3-tier with white icing and yellow roses. Their children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren helped to celebrate. Many pictures were taken and we all felt blessed to have each other and such a large family."
The marriage ceremony was performed by Norman Urquhart, JP.
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F37785
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F37803
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F37784
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F37795
Approximately 100 years had passed since Norman Urquhart and his wife, the former Janet Bethune had settled in North Carolina, after having left Scotland to begin a new life in the Colonies. During this time, the United States had fought 3 wars, and the population was migrating westward. The Civil War had devastated the South and many Southerners were joining the westward migration. Included in this movement was Alexander Urquhart II, his wife the former Louisa Barnett and their young children.
In 1874, this family settled in Washington County, Texas, somewhere near the present city of Brenham. This area consisted of small rolling hills, running rivers abounding with fish, and wild game was plentiful, quite similar to what they had left behind in Alabama. They remained in this area for about 12 years and they got the urge to move further to the west.
About 1886, they arrived in the Texas Hill Country settling in the San Saba County area. This was a drastic change from the areas they had left behind. The terrain was very hilly, rocky and dry. There were fewer rivers and the game was much smaller in size but the land was plentiful and waiting to be settled. It was here that Alexander and Louisa raised their family, lived out their lives, and were buried.
|| Location of divorce was Saxony ||Family: F68580
|| Location of divorce was Verberie sur Oise,France ||Family: F68189
|| Location of divorce was Verberie sur Oise,France ||Family: F70776
|| Location of divorce was Verberie sur Oise,France ||Family: F70780
|| MG: IGI 3.02 lists same date, Sugar Creek, Jackson, Missouri, SS: 27 Nov 1990 SLAKE; and same date, , 19 Nov 1991 SLAKE; and 1846, Providence, Bedford, Pennsylvania, 3 Mar 1990 IFALL. ||Family: F81942
|| Uppity Women of Ancient Times, by Vicki Leon, Barnes and Noble Books, New York, 1995, page 40. ||Family: F69328
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F81955
||! SEALED SPOUSE: IGI, date found doing TEMPLE READY February 1999. ||Family: F81949
||"...marriage license gives mothers age as 18 but she was actually only 15 when they marred. They had eleven children. Three died in infantsy. The other eight are all living still. Our father died in 1962. Mother died in 1970. I was their tenth child." by Rosetta ||Family: F62056
||"EATON, Sarah and Joseph Dodge, Feb. 28, 1671. [Intentions not recorded]" ||Family: F9729
||"Elda was the 8th and last child of Ether and Lorette Jane Inglet Rawlings." ||Family: F69857
||"ISSUE: 11 children" ||Family: F14738
||"John GOULDSBERRY and Eunice POND, married by Rev. Henry MESSINGER,|
Wrentham, Congragational Church June 21, 1727"
||"Judith, Charles the Bald's daughter, was crowned and anointed on the|
occasion of her marriage to king Aethelwulf of Wessex in 856. Aethelwulf
conferred on Judith the title of queen, which according to Prudentius of
Troyes was 'not customary to him or to his people.' Judith's anointing may
have been intended in part as a form of protection. She was after all the
first Carolingian princess to be married to a foreign ruler, and she was at
twelve years of age marrying an elderly man with a clutch of sons older than
herself. The marriage itself has been associated with Charles the Bald's
need for English assistance against the Vikings."
--- Rosamond McKitterick, *The Frankish Kingdoms under the Carolingians 751-987*, London & NY (Longman) 1983, p 194-195
||"Miss" Arpad was a "Child Bride" at the age of 3 ||Family: F19205
||#170706; Wit. Henry Freeborn, Alura Godfrey, Smith |
#009946, for Thomas Northey and Minnie Freeborn. Age: 26, Born: Smith, Witness: Henry Freeborn, Parents: Thos and Mary Ann Freeborn.
||#1869763; Wit. John Freeborn, Sarah Watley of Smith.|
#010247. RICHARD: Age: 26, Birthplace: Smith, Occup: Farmer, Parents: Thomas & Mary Ann, Witt: John Freeborn and Sarah Watley, both of Smith.
#010247. MARY ANN: Age: 21, Birthplace: Canada, Parents: Augustus & Mary Ann, Religion: Methodist.
||#2 Between 18 Sep 1683-20 Nov 1691 ||Family: F12336
|| 1 _MEND Divorce ||Family: F83123
||(11) 21 SEP 1679 ||Family: F28636
||(14)26 NOV 1623 ||Family: F28714
||(17) 27 MAY 1717 ||Family: F28226
||(1706-16) Stormy Marriage ||Family: F14438
||(9)19 JAN 1620 ||Family: F28628
||(Arthur) by Proxy 19 May 1499; 19 May 1501. Physical Marriage in person 14 Nov 1501 ||Family: F26614
||(At Sea) in route to Plymouth ||Family: F12084
||(BEF 2 FEB 1372) ||Family: F32606
||(In late sources, his wife's name is given as Tandreg of Powys.) ||Family: F67887
||(listing #1) - --- 18--; included among 1804-1814 loose papers; min- Martin Dawson Sr., no date given [VSL&A, Albemarle Co., Court Records; Marr. Certificates & Ministers' Return, 1798-1856];|
(Listing #2) min- Martin Dawson [Marr. Reg., 1806-1868, fol.8] daughter of Samuel Barksdale, who gives surety and consent [B/C Papers, 1803-12];
||(question if he was married...) ||Family: F20736
||(Widow of a Planter in Jamaica) ||Family: F8144
||* 4 others [children], sexes & dates unknown. ||Family: F62580
||*Complete Peerage* II:231. William Boteler of Wem (d. shortly before 11 Dec|
1283) married after 2 Oct 1261 Angharad (still living 22 Jun 1308), dau. of
Griffith ap Madoc ap Griffith Maelor, lord of Bromfield, Dinas Bran and Yale, by Emma dau. of Henry Audley of Heleigh.
||, , , England ||Family: F11183
||, , , England ||Family: F40691
||, , , Ireland ||Family: F6587
||--- W E Wightman, *The Lacy Family in England and Normandy, 1066-1194*,|
genealogical chart following p 260.
From same, p 175, 177-178: Eustace fitz John, Payn's eldest brother, married Beatrice, the Vesci heiress, and thus inherited through her the honours of Alnwick and Malton.
||1 Husband ||Family: F38912
||1 Jul 1799 (bond) by Claborne Rothwell; wit- Richard Garrett [Rec. of Marr. Bonds, 1780-1806] [B/C Papers, 1799] ||Family: F14595
||1 Samuel 19:11 ||Family: F77219
||1 Wife ||Family: F8539
||1 Wife ||Family: F9788