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1 "Miss Bumgarner Is Bride Of Mr. Bryan Gilreath: Ceremony Is Performed At The Home of Bride's Parents; Out Of Town Guests:
A wedding of much interest to a wide circle of friends, and coming as a complete surprise, was solemnized Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents in Wilkesboro, when Miss Gail Bumgarner became the bride of Jennings Bryan Gilreath, of this city. Rev. S. S. Jennings officiated, using the impressive ring ritual.
The home was artistically decorated for the ceremony in a nuptial setting of green and white. In the living room, where the vows were spoken, an altar was improvised of white Chrysanthemums, candles, ferns and other greenery.
The bride and bridegroom entered together unattended while the wedding march was played by Mrs. R. O. Poplin, a sister of the bride. The bride was becomingly attired in a brown crepe travelling suit, with accessories to match. She wore a corsage of talisman roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilreath left immediately after the ceremony for a motor trip to Washington, New york, Niagra Falls and other points of interest and upon their return will be at home in North Wilesboro after December the first.
Mrs. Gilreath is an accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Linville Bumgarner and has been assistant register of deeds of Wilkes county for a number of years. She is also a justice of the peace and has made a record for herself in officiating at nearly five hundred marriages.
Mr. Gilreath, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gilreath, of this city, holds a responsible position as agent for the Southern Express company at North Wilkesboro.
The wedding was attended by immediate members of both families and a few intimate friends. Among those present from out of town were: Mrs. Kent Thomas, of New York, a sister of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Riley, of Chapel Hill; Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Poplin, of Ronda; Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jennings, of Statesville, and Miss Pearl Bumgarner of High Point." 
Family: F87
 
2 "Athletic Club Scene of Rich-Barefield Rehearsal Dinner: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rich Sr. were hosts on Friday night, November 4, at the Athletic Club in Atlanta for the rehearsal dinner for the Rich-Barefield wedding.

Gorgeous arrangements of pink gladiola and white mums accented the color scheme of pink and white. Places were marked with corsages of pink camellias on pink place cards. The party table held six candelabra, each with four burning tapers.

Guests besides the bride-elect, Miss Becky Barefield, and bride-groom elect, Jack Rich were: Miss Frances Rich of Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rich, Jr. and Bob, Sue and Joe, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Partee, Cecile and Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Reynolds, all of Bainbridge.

Rev. and Mrs. Gannon, Mr. and Mrs. C L. Straughn, Miss Ellison, Miss Betty Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Andrews, Tommy Mobley of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Simpson of Macon." 
Family: F150
 
3 "Ceremony united Rich and Nestor

Gail Rich and Rob Nestor exchanged wedding vows in an impressive ceremony taking place at Faith Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee, Fla. on Jan. 11.

The bride is the daughter of Jack and Rebecca Rich of Tallahassee, and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Lloyd Rich Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Gilreath. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Nestor Sr.

The church decorations featured two large mixed floral arrangements dedicated to the bride's grandparents. Greenery and candelabra were also used in the altar setting, and family pews were marked with white roses and greenery. The Rev. A. Glenn Bass officiated at the ceremony and wedding music was presented by Betsy Corzine, organist, and Martha Bishop, celist and the aunt of the bride.

Erik J. Kaufman served as best man, and usher-groomsmen were James T. Lam and Stephen C. Taylor. Charlotte Rich Gould, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Teresa F. Nestor and Kristin Fisher Kufeldt. All of the attendents wore formal gowns of forest green velvet featuring plaid taffeta inserts. Matching taffeta ribbons were used on their mixed floral bouquets.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a sheath model of white satin with pearl-studded lace on the bodicce and appliques of lace and pearls on the cathedral train. her bridal bouquet was composed of white gardenias, roses and greenery. The mother of the bride wore a dark green formal gown with a white rose corsage.

After the ceremony the bride's parents entertained at a reception held at the Tallahassee Garden Center, which was decorated in a green and white floral color scheme. The three-tiered white wedding cake was decorated with live white camellias and maidenhair fern. The groom's chocolate cake was topped with glazed fruit. The bride's book was kept by Gail Nelson.

After a wedding trip to Ocho Rios, Jamaica, Mr. and Mrs. Nestor are living in Atlanta, where he is affiliated with AFC Enterprises, Inc. and she is affiliated with Integrated Pharmacy Solutions, Inc." 
Family: F112
 
4 "Marriages of Wake County North Carolina 1770-1868", Compiled by Brent H. Holcomb Indexed by Elizabeth P. Bently, Baltimore , Genealogical publishing Co., Inc 1983. Found in North Carolina State Library, Raleigh NC:

Reach, William & Polly George, 26 July 1793; Joseph Bennet, bm (page 257) 
Family: F1909
 
5 "Maureen Murphy Married: Miss Maureen T. Murphy and Robert P. Nestor, former students at the University of Virginia, were married here at noon yesterday. The Rev. Joseph M. Devlin performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass in the Roman Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart in the Bronx. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah L. Murphy of the Bronx. Her husband is the son of Mrs. William Nestor of Arlington, Va., and the late Mr. Nestor." Family: F136
 
6 "Miss Barefield is bride of Mr. Rich in Atlanta Ceremony:

The First Baptist Church of Avondale Estates, Atlanta, was the scene at four o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday, November 5 for the wedding of Rebecca Gail Barefield, of North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, daughter of Mrs. Jennings Bryan Gilreath, and Jack Gray Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lloyd Rich, of Bainbridge.

The double ring ceremony was performed by the pastor, the Reverend Truitt Gannon. The interior of the church was lovely with its predominating color scheme of green and white in the decorations which were highlighted by a large white arrangement of mums and gladioli flanked by fern trees.

Prior to the entrance of the wedding party, a program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Betty Sharpe, organist, and Mrs. Jeanine Andrews, soloist, who sang "Because" and, at the conclusion of the ceremony, The Lord's Prayer.

The bride was beautiful in her three piece pale yellow silk suit. She carried a bridal bouguet of white gardenias.

Her only attendant was Miss Cecile Partee, niece of the groom. She wore a dress and coat of aqua silk and carried long stemmed yellow roses.

Robert Lloyd Rich, of Bainbridge was his son's best man. Ushers were Robert Lloyd Rich, Jr., James E. Partee, Billy K. Reynolds and Lee Parker, all of Bainbridge, and William M. Murphy and C. L. Straughan of Atlanta.

The bride's mother was ill and unable to attend the ceremony. The family was represented by Mrs. Ivalee C. Meadows, a very close friend. Mrs. Meadows wore a suit of pink silk, with corsage of yellow roses.

Mrs. Rich, mother of the groom, chose a suit of green silk, with which she wore a corsage of yellow roses.

Following the ceremony a reception was held in the reception room of the church. Mrs. James Partee kept the bride's book, and guests were greeted by Miss Frances Rich, sister of the groom, of Dallas, Texas.

The four-tiered wedding cake was served by Mrs. R. L. Rich, Jr. Mrs. Ralph F. Simpson, of Macon, niece of the groom, and Miss Judy Ellison, of Atlanta, former roommate of the bride served punch.

Following the reception the bride and groom left for a wedding trip to South Florida and Nassau. The bride wore for traveling a three piece ensemble of green tweed with leather trim and blending accessories and a white gardenia corsage. The couple is at home at 1610 Line Street, Decatur.

Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rich, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rich, Jr., Bob, Joe and Sue Rich, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Partee, Jimmy and Cecile Partee, Mr. and Mrs. Billy K. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jester, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Jeffords, Jr., Mr. Lee Parker, Misses Betty and Barbara Tongue and Sue Simms, all of Bainbridge, Miss Frances Rich, Dallas, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Simpson, of Macon and Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Absher, of Charlotte, North Carolina." 
Family: F150
 
7 "Mrs Kiernan Wed in Warwick...The wedding of Miss Marion Claire Nestor, daughter of Mrs. William C. Nestor, of 1750 North Troy avenue, Arlington, Va., and the late William C. Nestor, to David John Kiernan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kiernan, of 410 Woodstock avenue, Stratford, Conn., took place Saturday in St. John's Church, Warwick, N.Y., at a nuptial mass. The Right Rev. Msgr. Joseph Grundner, officiated at the mass, and performed the ceremony. A reception for 100 guests was held at the Eureka House, Goshen, N. Y.

The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Robert C. Nestor, was attended by Miss Antonette Mann, of Warwick, N. Y., as maid-of-honor, and bridesmaids included Miss Lucy Censoprano, of Ridgewood, L. I., and Miss Dorthea Lindemann, of Flushing, L. I.

Dr. James Mooney, of Bridgeport, Conn., was best man for the bridegroom, whose ushers were Dr. Lawrence Smith, of Watertown, N. Y., Dr. Allen Morrissey, of Stratford, Conn., and Louis Bailey, also of Stratford.

The bride appeared in a gown of white nylon tulle, designed pricess style with bouffant skirt, short sleeves and portrait necklin. Her three-tiered figer tip veil was arranged from a juliet cap. The bride, who graduated from Washington Lee High School, Arlington, is also a graduate of Flower and Fifth Avenue, Hospital School of Nursing, New York City. Dr. Kiernan was graduated from Fairfield Preparatory School, College of the Holy Cross and New York Medical College. He will start his internship at Bridgeport Hospital on July 1.

After a wedding trip to Cape Cod, the couple will reside in Bridgeport, Conn." 
Family: F60
 
8 "NESTOR-BERRIGAN - Feb. 7th, at Franklin Furnace, by Rev. Father Kammer, Patrick Nestor and Mary Berrigan, all of Franklin." Family: F132
 
9 "Rich-Harrell Wedding.
A wedding of much social interest to the friends of both parties throughout the State, occurred in Thomasville on last Thursday night, when Miss Cecil Harrell was married to Mr. Lloyd Rich. This was a runaway marriage, the couple being motored to Thomasville by a friend. Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom left for various points in Georgia for a several days honeymoon trip.
The bride is the beautiful and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harrell, who was one of the most popular young ladies in the younger society set in Bainbridge, groom is prominent in social and business circles and is connected with Rich Auto Supply Co.
The Post-Search Light joins in with the friends of this couple in wishing them much happiness in their future life's career." 
Family: F83
 
10 "Rich-Nestor
Gail Rich and Rob Nestor, both of Atlanta, were married Jan. 11 at Faith Presbyterian Church. The reception was held at the Tallahassee Garden Center. After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the couple will live in Atlanta. She is employed by Integrated Pharmacy Solutions Inc., Atlanta. He is employed by AFC Enterprises Inc., Atlanta.

Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Rich, Tallahassee. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Nestor Sr., Atlanta. The Rev. A. Glenn Bass performed the ceremony. Matron of honor was Charlotte R. Gould, bride's sister. Bridesmaids were Kristin F. Kufeldt and Teresa F. Nestor, groom's sister. Best man was Erik J. Kaufman. Groomsmen were James T. Lam and Stephen C. Taylor. Ushers were the groom's father and Jason A. Gould, bride's brother-in-law." 
Family: F112
 
11 "Terrace dance honors bridal pair, Miss Barefield & Mr. Rich:
A lovely terrace dance Saturday night, October 22, honored Miss Becky Barefield and Mr. Jack Rich, both of Atlanta, whose marriage will be an event of Saturday in Atlanta.
The party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rich, Jr. Hosts for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. James Partee and Mr. and Mrs. Rich.
Original and clever Hallowe'en decorations in the home and on lantern-lighted terrace were featured. On each side of the front door stood a tall brass candlestick with candles, and lighted pumpkins. Arrangements of orange and yellow zinnias and hawthorne berries continued the color scheme at focal points in the home. The dining table was overlaid with a yellow cloth with dark green runner and was appointed with four brass candlesticks holding large green candles. A harvest arrangement centered the table. Assortments of hors d'oeuvres were served from a tall, tiered wooden tray in the den and from the buffet in the dining room.
As the guests arrived they were given Hallowe'en masks. On the terrace where dancing was enjoyed, the Hallowe'en motif also prevailed, complete with huge spiderwebs and monster spiders. Jack-o'-lanterns and lantern standards lighted the terrace area and yard. Punch was served from a huge black iron pot placed in banks of flame-colored hawthorne berries. The table held wrought iron candlesticks, with burning orange candles, and a black ceramic cat.
Friends of the future bride and groom composed the guest list, including the following from out of town: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Strong [Straughan], Atlanta, Mr. Herb Heiserer, Dallas, Texas, Miss Pam Horner, San Francisco, California, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Haddock, Damascus, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brockett, Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Graham Holt, Tallahassee, Florida." 
Family: F150
 
12 A marriage record book with an index for Wilkinson County, GA lists a marriage between Edmund Clay and "Sallie" Jones. However, the county courthouse burned in 1854, and this record was destroyed. The Wilkinson County courthouse confirms that the marriage records are missing from 1828-1865. Those earlier and later than these two dates are on file. Family: F871
 
13 A second wife is listed on Euzema's death certificate (Nannie Chaires), in his obituary (Nannie Claires) and in his will (Nannie C). According to Euzema's will, she was declared legally insane at some point before his death, and was moved to a mental facility in Florida. No marriage certificate has been located for Euzema and Nannie in Decatur County or all of Florida. It is also not known when or where she died. The records at the Chattahoochee Mental Health facility do not go that far back. A memorial article for Menla Powell Rich, Euzema's first wife indicated that he was already married by 12 May 1935. Family: F123
 
14 According to Dianne Nestor Jone, a descendant of this couple, as reported 9 May 2006, "The bible I have was a gift from John Oliver to Ida Louella Gregory, purchased July 4, 1876." No inscription was present, listing their date of marriage. Family: F54
 
15 According to family history, Jewel eloped with a pharmacist named Walter Milton and Euzema got in the car and went after her in another county. The marriage was very short-lived. Jewel went to Reno, alone, to obtain a divorce and while there, the boarding house where she was staying burned to the ground. Family: F905
 
16 Bride: Phebe An Hinchey
Groom: James L Bumgarner
Bond Date: 06 Mar 1854
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 036
Bondsman: Wm Patterson HI
Witness: A A Whittenton
Bond #: 000164386
Marriage Date: 05 Mar 1854
Performed By: A A Whittenton, Justice of the Peace 
Family: F145
 
17 Bride: Rebecca Nicholds
Groom: Stephen Bumgarner
Bond Date: 05 Jan 1831
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 036
Bondsman: Joseph Nichols
Witness: T S Bouchell
Bond #: 000164374 
Family: F152
 
18 Certificate of Marriage
CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST
Murray Avenue
Goshen, N.Y. 10924

*This is to Certify*
That JOHN REILLY
and BRIDGET CONNOLLY
*Were Lawfully Married*
on the 25th day of JUNE 1902
According to the Rite of the Roman Catholic Church
and in conformity with the laws of the State of New York.
Rev. T.J. MAHONEY
officiating, in the presence of WILLIAM MCBRIDE [unknown relation]
and MARY CONNOLLY [sister of the bride] Witnesses, as appears
from the Marriage Register of this Church.
Dated MAY 19, 2006
Rev. Thomas K. Dicks Pastor. 
Family: F118
 
19 from "A Genealogy of Stephen Bumgarner 1811-1901" (Picture from this source.)

Page 128:
"JAMES LINVILLE BUMGARNER, Jr. (7 July 1867 - 1 Nov. 1941), fifth child of Rev. Jim and Phoebe Bumgarner and the youngest to survive, was married 20 Jan. 1889 to BESSIE RYAN McNIEL (15 Feb 1870 - 27 Nov 1938), daughter of Thomas Winslow and Martha Jane Nichols McNiel. Her father was the Baptist farmer-merchant, of Millers Creek.

Linville and Bessie began their married life near his birthplace at Millers Creek, where he built their first home. Here they started their family while he farmed and taught school."

Page 129:
"Bessie preceded Linville in death, and was buried in Mountain Park Cemetery, Wilkesboro. Three years later he joined her, and his body was placed beside hers with the love and respect due him." 
Family: F131
 
20 Groom: A B Bumgarner
Bride: Sarah Miller
Bond Date: 11 Sep 1866
Bond #: 000168213
County: Wilkes
Record #: 03 008
Bondsman: H A Brown
Witness: I S Call 
Family: F1031
 
21 Groom: Abijah Hampton
Bride: Sarah Souther
Bond Date: 01 Feb 1803
Bond #: 000165506
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 106
Bondsman: Jesse Gunter
Witness: Wm B Lenoir 
Family: F1125
 
22 Groom: Abner Miles
Bride: Delila Wommack
Bond Date: 24 Nov 1819
Bond #: 000016935
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 008854
County: Caswell
Record #: 01 200
Bondsman: Thomas L Slade
Witness: Thomas W Rainey 
Family: F1063
 
23 Groom: Abraham E Nichells
Bride: Catherine Eller
Bond Date: 13 Jan 1835
Bond #: 000166732
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 184
Bondsman: Elijah Nicholos
Witness: Wm Mastin, Clerk of Court 
Family: F1100
 
24 Groom: Alfred McNiel
Bride: Sarah Ann Bullis
Bond Date: 24 Oct 1866
Bond #: 000168552
Marriage Date: 25 Oct 1866
County: Wilkes
Record #: 03 034
Bondsman: J H McNiel
Witness: I S Call
Performed By: Wm S McNiel, Justice of the Peace 
Family: F788
 
25 Groom: Alfred McNiel
Bride: Sarah Ann Bullis
Bond Date: 24 Oct 1866
Bond #: 000168552
Marriage Date: 25 Oct 1866
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 001123
County: Wilkes
Record #: 03 034
Bondsman: J H McNiel [father of the groom]
Witness: I S Call
Performed By: Wm S McNiel, Justice of the Peace 
Family: F1195
 
26 Groom: Allen Trusty
Bride: Sary Bruce
Bond Date: 05 Nov 1816
Bond #: 000167720
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 001075
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 245
Bondsman: Solomon Debord; William Tucker
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F1434
 
27 Groom: Ambrose Hendren
Bride: Nancy Mitchel
Bond Date: 29 Jan 1824
Bond #: 000165649
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 115
Bondsman: Elijah Mitchell 
Family: F240
 
28 Groom: Benjamin Bullus
Bride: Bettey Adoms
Bond Date: 06 Sep 1800
Bond #: 000164369
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 000081
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 035
Bondsman: Jeremiah Crisal
Witness: William B Lenoi 
Family: F1502
 
29 Groom: Benjamin McNiel
Bride: Elisebeth Lips
Bond Date: 28 Aug 1805
Bond #: 000166427
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 165
Bondsman: Abraham Kilbe
Witness: Francis VanNoy 
Family: F317
 
30 Groom: Caleb Minton
Bride: Elizabeth Green
Bond Date: 10 Jan 1839
Bond #: 000166619
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 177
Bondsman: Jesse Minton [father of the groom]
Witness: J E Mastin 
Family: F1485
 
31 Groom: Charles Perle
Bride: Sarah Grant
Bond Date: 22 Sep 1779
Bond #: 000128581
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 003064
County: Rowan
Record #: 02 354
Bondsman: Henry Winkler
Witness: Ad Osborn 
Family: F1400
 
32 Groom: Daniel Bumgarner
Bride: Salley Kelbey
Bond Date: 25 Oct 1813
Bond #: 000164371
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 035
Bondsman: Michal Bumgarne
Witness: A Nesbitt 
Family: F1119
 
33 Groom: David Womack
Bride: Delila Graves
Bond Date: 24 Mar 1800
Bond #: 000019330
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 003067
County: Caswell
Record #: 01 353
Bondsman: Francis Howard
Witness: Alex Murphey, D 
Family: F222
 
34 Groom: Edward J Dancey
Bride: Nancy McNeil
Bond Date: 07 Feb 1836
Bond #: 000164774
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 061
Bondsman: William Hastin 
Family: F309
 
35 Groom: Eli Hendren
Bride: Elizabeth Gilreath
Bond Date: 03 Dec 1834
Bond #: 000165659
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 116
Bondsman: Joel J Hendren
Witness: Wm Mastin, Clerk of Court 
Family: F861
 
36 Groom: Eli McNiel
Bride: Fanney Eller
Bond Date: 08 Feb 1839
Bond #: 000166428
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 165
Bondsman: George McNiel
Witness: J E Mastin, Deputy Clerk 
Family: F310
 
37 Groom: Elija Nicholls
Bride: Margarett Bullison
Bond Date: 21 Jan 1820
Bond #: 000166736
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 185
Bondsman: John Nicholls
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F814
 
38 Groom: Ephram Cook
Bride: Viney Marlow
Bond Date: 26 Mar 1819
Bond #: 000164698
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 056
Bondsman: Quillen William
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F395
 
39 Groom: Evan Ellis
Bride: Dicy Cook
Bond Date: 23 Nov 1825
Bond #: 000165048
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 078
Bondsman: Daniel Call
Witness: R Martin, Clerk 
Family: F88
 
40 Groom: George Gilreath
Bride: Salley A Wallin
Bond Date: 07 Aug 1807
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 094
Bondsman: Jeremiah Gilreath
Witness: R Martin, Clerk of Court
Bond #: 000165294 
Family: F103
 
41 Groom: George Hinchy
Bride: Mary Crysel
Bond Date: 04 Apr 1839
Bond #: 000165702
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 001898
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 119
Bondsman: John B Kilby
Witness: Wm Mastin, Clerk of Court 
Family: F1241
 
42 Groom: George McNiel
Bride: Susan Vannoy
Bond Date: 21 Nov 1822
Bond #: 000166429
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 165
Bondsman: Larkin McNiel
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F158
 
43 Groom: George Minton
Bride: Rebeckea Curch
Bond Date: 24 Nov 1814
Bond #: 000166620
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 177
Bondsman: Jno Hickerson
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F1175
 
44 Groom: George W Parleir
Bride: Mary Cook
Bond Date: 15 Jan 1856
Bond #: 000166877
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 193
Bondsman: Hicks Hendren
Witness: Isaac S Call 
Family: F819
 
45 Groom: Harel Hayes
Bride: Chloey Johnson
Bond Date: 20 Nov 1820
Bond #: 000165616
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 113
Bondsman: John Hayes
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F1117
 
46 Groom: Hartwell Hayes
Bride: Rebecah Brown
Bond Date: 05 Nov 1805
Bond #: 000165617
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 113
Bondsman: Jesse Combs
Witness: Jno Jones, Deputy Clerk 
Family: F1113
 
47 Groom: Henry Bumgarner
Bride: Phebe Kilby
Bond Date: 03 Dec 1818
Bond #: 000164377
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 036
Bondsman: Daniel Bumgarne
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F1120
 
48 Groom: Henry H Nicholls
Bride: Matilda Minton
Bond Date: 31 Jan 1866
Bond #: 000168601
County: Wilkes
Record #: 03 038
Bondsman: Wm Edmiston
Witness: I S Call 
Family: F1495
 
49 Groom: Henry Hayes
Bride: Frances Johnson
Bond Date: 29 Dec 1818
Bond #: 000165618
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 113
Bondsman: Joshua Johnston
Witness: W W Martin 
Family: F1116
 
50 Groom: Henry Miller
Bride: Hollory McNiel
Bond Date: 01 Nov 1803
Bond #: 000166590
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 175
Bondsman: Jas McNiel
Witness: Francis Vannoy 
Family: F316
 

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