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Marraige of William H. Ebey to Miss Tillie Harmon

Marraige of William H. Ebey to Miss Tillie Harmon

Posted: 25 Mar 2009 1:14AM GMT
Classification: Marriage
Appears in the Terrell Times-Star, Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas, 16 September 1892...

Mr. William H. Ebey, of Oklahoma City and Miss Tillie Harmon, of this city, were married at the Methodist church at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, George T/Nicholas solemnizing the rites which made the two happy hearts as one. After the ceremony the bridal party, accompanied by te ushers, repaired to the depot to await the arrival of the 5 o'clock train, when Mr. and Mrs. Ebey took their departure for Dallas. They are accompanied to Dallas by Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Griffith, of Oak Cliff and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Galbraith, of Oklahoma City. Remaining through Wednesday with Mrs. A. B. Griffith, the bride's sister, at Oak Cliff, the couple continued their journey to Oklahoma City, where they will in the future reside. Mr. Ebey is a prosperous young business man of that city, and is held in high esteem by all who know him. Miss Tillie was a bright gem in Terrell society, though having lived of late with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Galbraith, in Oklahoma City. she is the last of the quarete of sisters, noted alike for their beauty and many womanly graces to wed. Times-Star joins the host of friends of both bride and groom in wishing them a happy life.

Re: Marraige of William H. Ebey to Miss Tillie Harmon

Posted: 25 Mar 2009 1:33AM GMT
Classification: Marriage
Appears in the Terrell Times-Star, Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas, 23 September 1892...

Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Ebey returned home from Terrell, Texas, yesterday, where they were married Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ebey, who was Miss Tillie Harmon prior to the happy event, is a sister of Mrs. C. A. Galbraith, and a very handsome and accomplished little lady. Mr. Ebey is to be congratulated upon securing such a wife, and we do hereby heartily congratulate him. Will is one of our best young men, prominent in the social and business circles of our city and in every way worthy of his fair bride. They will reside in Oklahoma City and will be sincerely congratulated by a host of friends. Oklahoma City Daily Times-Journal
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