MVA1890 & OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST
APPEARING IN THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN

JAN. 23, 1890

THE CASE OF WALLACE V. F.D. GILL ET. ALS, SUIT FOR DAMAGES FOR INJURIES SUSTAINED BY BEING HURT WHILE ON DUTY, WILL COME UP FOR TRIAL THIS MORNING INTHE HUSTINGS COURT.

MR. SILAS DRAPER, THE 2ND WARD LETTER CARRIER, IS CONFINED TO HIS HOME WITH THE GRIPPE.

A VERY PRETTY MARRIAGE TOOK PLACE YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AT THE RESIDENCE OF MRS. GEORGIE DAVIS, ON SOUTH ST., THE CONTRACTING PARTIES BEING MR. LEWIS C. CASON AND MISS FANNIE BEAL. THE CEREMONY WAS PERFORMED BY REV. JOHN W. DAUGHTERY. AFTER RECEIVING THE CONGRATULATIONS OF THEIR FRIENDS THEY WERE DRIVEN TO THE S. & R. R..R. DEPOT WHERE THE TOOK THE RALEIGH EXPRESS FOR A SOUTHERN TOUR. THE VIRGINIAN EXTENDS THE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEWLY WEDDED COUPLE.

MR. SAMUEL E. SHIPP, FORMERLY ASSISTANT POSTAMSTER OF NORFOLK, BUT  FOR SEVERAL YEARS A RESIDENT OF NEWBURG NY, (EMAIL FOR REST)

SOMETIME AGO JAMES M. CLARKE OF PETERSBURG OBTAINED A DIVORCE FROM HIS WIFE , CORNELIA N. CLARKE & WENT TO RICHMOND, TAKING WITH HIM HIS YOUNGEST CHILD, WHICH THE COURT ALLOWED HIM TO KEEP. A FEW DAYS AGO MRS. CLARKE WENT OVER TO RICHMOND AND BY SOME MEANS GOT POSSESSION OF THE CHILD. MRS. CLARKE RETURNED TO PETERSBURG WITH THE CHILD ON SUNDAY & WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY BY THE POLICE, WHO AFTERWARDS RETURNED THE COVETTED YOUNGSTER TO THE FATHER.

JAN 24, 1890

AT CLOVER HALIFAX COUNTY, ON 22ND, MISS MARY BRADSHAW & MR. G.W. SMITH WERE MARIED AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE BRIDE'S UNCLE, MR. R.IRVIN BRADSHAW. THE BRIDAL COUPLE TOOK THE 7PM TRAIN TO DANVILLE FOR A NORTHERN TRIP. AS THE TRAIN MOVED OFF MR. BRADSHAW WAS AMONG THE LAST TO LEAVE THE CAR. IN JUMPING FROM THE TRAIN HIS LEFT LEG WAS CAUGHT UNDER THE WHEELS OF THE PASSING TRAIN & CUT OFF JUST ABOVE THE ANKLE.

CAPT.  BARNETT JONES, OYSTER KING OF YORK RIVER FOR MORE THAN 50 YRS, IS DANGEROUSLY ILL, AS IS ALSO YOUNG MR. EDDIE MEANLY. CAPT. JONES WAS FIRST TAKEN WITH THE GRIPPE.


JAN 25,  1890

RUDDICK-MALE- ON THE 23RD BY THE REV. DR. STARR, AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE BRIDE'S MOTHER IN NEW ST. MR.CHARLES BUDDICK TO MISS NAOMI, ONLY DAUGHTER OF MRS. DALIA MALE, ALL OF THIS CITY.

NOTE: END OF MAY, ALL OF JUNE, JULY & TO AUG 20 1890 IS NOT AVAIL ON FILM


AUG 21 1890
MR. IRA B. WHITE LEFT YESTERDAY FOR NIAGARA.
W.W. OLD ESQ LEFT YESTERDAY FOR THE SWEET CHALYBEATE.
MR. WILLIAM E. TAYLOR LEAVES THIS MORNING FOR ALDERSON WEST VA.
MR. JOSEPH T. ALLYN LEVES TODAY VIA THE CHESAPEAKE & OHIO FOR ALDERSON VA.
MISS WHITLOCK OF RICHMOND, WHO HAS BEEN VISITNG MRS. M. PINCUS RETURNED HOME YESTERDAY.
MISS BESSIE & RUTHA TAUNILL, OF CHURCH ST. ARE ON A VISIT TO FRIENDS IN RICHMOND VA.
CAPT. WILLIAM E. BROWN, A WELL KNOWN SHIP BROKER HAS JUST RETURNED FROM A BUSINESS VISIT TO BALTIMORE.
MR. J.E. BOOKER OWNER OF THE SUFFOLK HERALD WAS IN THE CITY YESTERDAY.
MRS. MARTIN HOLLAND & HER SISTER MISS KATIE JONES, OF BRAMBLETON WARD, HAVE GONE TO GATES COUNTY, NC. TO VISIT FRIENDS.
MISS EMMA E. DIFFENDORFER, A MOST CHARMING YOUNG LADY OF WEST TOWNSEND ST, BALTIMORE, WHO WAS BEEN VISITING MRS. MILLER IN DUKE ST, RETURNED HOME LAST EVENING.
ROBERT EMERSON OF THIS CITY, WAS REGISTERED AT THE ACADEMY HOTEL, BALTIMORE YESTERDAY.

MARRIED CURDTS-LENAIR AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE BRIDE'S MOTHER, AUG, 20TH 1890, BY REV. DR. GEORGE D. ARMSTRONG, LOUIS M. CURDTS & ANNIE L. LENAIR . NO CARDS. PETERSBURG PAPERS PLEASE COPY.

WRIGHT-DEY AT  THE RESIDENCE OF THE BRIDE'S MOTHER NO. 57 BOUSCH ST, WED AUG 20 BY THE REV. J.C. REID, LINDA ELEY WRIGHT & RUSSELL WALTER DEY, BOTH OF NORFOLK. NO CARDS.



OCTOBER 12 1890
Invitations are out for the marriage of MISS MABEL TY, DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. TOY AND MR. W.H. HENDREN. The wedding is to be celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, no. 235 west 67th street NEW YORK,  wed evening this week, MISS TOY formerly resided in NORFOLK and after her marriage she and Mr. HENDREN will reside with his father, J. HARDY HENDREN at his on home on bute street.

MR. AND MRS. JOEL C. WHITE HAVE SENT OUT INVITATIONS TO THE WEDDING OF THEIR DAUGHTER MAE AND MR. WILLIAM FREEMAN. THE CEREMONY IS TO TALK PLACE AT THE GRANDBY STREET M.E. CHURCH WED AFTERNOON AT 5:15PM. AND AFTER IT IS OVER THE BRIDE AND GROOM WILL AT ONCE LEAVE ON A BRIDAL TOUR NORTH. THEY WILL BE AT HOME ON OCTOBER 23RD.

THE MARRIAGE OF MISS MAGGIE E. CHURCH DAUGHTER OF MRS. MARGARET M. CHURCH AND MR. GEORGE H. ANDREWS IS ANNOUNCED TO TAKE PLACE FROM ST. LUKE'S CHURCH WED. 5PM. AFTER THE SERVICES THE BRIDE AND GROOM WILL BE DRIVEN TO THE BAY LINE WHARFT AND TAKE THE OUTGOING STEAMER FOR THE NORTH, WHERE THEY WILL SPEND THEIR HONEYMOON.