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Marriage Announcements: M Surnames

Sam McKinney

Mr. Sam McKinney, of Knoxville, was married in Vicksburg, Thursday, to Miss Annie H. Booth, of the latter city.  Source: "The News," The Herald and Mail, 22 February 1878, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 28 July 2018).

Alice McNew

Mr. O. F. Wiley, one of the proprietors of the Atkin House, Knoxville, was married to Miss Alice McNew, at the Stanton House, at 6:15 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. W. W. Bays, pastor of Market Street M. E. Church, South, officiating.  The newly married couple took the 7:35 train, returning to Knoxville.  Source: "O. F. Wiley Married at Chattanooga," Knoxville Daily Chronicle, 2 September 1881, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 15 October 2017).

James A. Moore

Married last night at 8:30 o'clock at the residence of the bride's father in West End, Mr. James A. Moore, of Memphis, formerly of Clinton, Tennessee, to Miss Maggie Drake, Rev. Dr. W. A. Harrison officiating.  There were present a large number of friends and relatives.  The bride was the recipient of many handsome presents.  Mr. and Mrs. Moore left this morning at 3 o'clock for Memphis, where they will reside.  Mr. Moore is a young East Tennessean of pluck and energy, and is now a civil engineer in the employ of the Memphis and Vicksburg railroad.  The bride is one of Knoxville's most popular young ladies.  To the happy couple we tender congratulations.  Source: "Memphis-Knoxville," Public Ledger, 9 May 1883, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 28 July 2018).


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