Marriages - 1888 - 1912
Newspaper articles appearing in the
Wilmington Star News
The residence of Mr. C.F. Browne, of this city, was the scene of a happy event yesterday forenoon at 11 O'Clock. Mr. N.R. Barnhill, of Bladen, and Miss M.F. Browne were then and there united in holy bonds of wedlock, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. R.N. Barlow. The happy couple took the steamer ENTERPRISE yesterday evening for the home of the groom in Bladen.
Jun 1, 1888
License was issued yesterday for the marriage of Mr. John M. Barnhill, a son of Mrs. W.B. Skipper of Bladen county, and Miss Mary D. Watson, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. W.B. Watson, of this city.
Mr. John M. Barnhill and Miss Mary D. Watson were married at the home of the brides parents, Mr. And Mrs. W.B. Watson, 821 South Front street, at 7:30 O'Clock last night, Rev, J.S.Crowley officiating. They will live on the corner of Second and Meares street.
April 18, 1907
License was issued yesterday for the marriage of Mr. Henry H. Barnhill, a son of Mr. And Mrs. Henry Barnhill, of Bladen county, and Miss Nannie E. King, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. William R. King, of Durham.
May 15, 1907
Mr. Thomas Louis Barnhill, of Pender county, son of Mr. And Mrs. David E. Barnhill, and Miss Lether Hunt, daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. J.M. Hunt, of Pender county, a niece of Mr. W.B. Hunt of Wilmington, will be married in this city next Tuesday evening. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. C.F. Whitlock, pastor of the Brooklyn Baptist church, and will probably take place at the parsonage.
Wilmington Star and Wilmington Dispatch
August 12, 1911
License for marriage was issued yesterday - Mr. John R. Barnhill, of Bladen county, and Miss Etta Hunt, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. R.A. Hunt, of Pender county, are to be married by Rev. J.A. Sullivan, pastor of Brooklyn Baptist church.
March 10, 1912
Mr. Fred Barnhill and Miss Jesse Burkette, both of this city, were happily married yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the office of Justice G.W. Bornemann, the genial "Judge" himself, performing the ceremony in his usual impressive manner. Mr. And Mrs. Barnhill will make their home in Wilmington, where both have a host of friends.
April 16, 1912