Wedding Wednesday: Samuel Taylor Beerbower and Irene L. Peters

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Wedding certificate of Irene L. Peters and Samuel Taylor Beerbower, 13 January 1867. Courtesy of Marion County [Ohio] Historical Society. (Click to enlarge.)
Wedding certificate of Irene L. Peters and Samuel Taylor Beerbower, 13 January 1867. Courtesy of Marion County [Ohio] Historical Society. (Click to enlarge.)
Beerbower Family

Transcription:

This

Certifies that

the rite of

Holy Matrimony

was celebrated between

Samuel T. Beerbower of Marion Ohio

and Irene L. Peters of Marion Ohio was

on the 18th [1867 written above] day of January 1867 [written in] at Bucyrus Ohio married

by the Rev Harmount

                                                                         Witness       S E Ramsey

                                                                        Witness      E B Ramsey

 

Samuel Taylor Beerbower (1842-1902) was the son of Eleazer John Beerbower and Matilda Louise McKelvey (MacElvey) Beerbower.

Irene L. Peters (1846-1924)  was the daughter of Nathan Peters (1799-1881) and his second wife, Mrs. Mary Russell Ballantine Peters (1820-1830).

 

Notes, Sources, and References: 

1) Image courtesy of the Marion County Historical Society, Marion, Ohio, from the Samuel Taylor Beerbower Family Bible.

 

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