Marriages Performed by Rev. T. B. Larimore
From Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
Contributed by Lee Freeman, August 13, 2006
From the Florence Journal (Laud. Co., AL), December 16, 1868, p. 3.
At the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. T. B. Larimore, on Sunday evening the 13th inst., Mr. Curtis D. Hooks, of this place, and Miss Virginia Wade, of this county.
Well done friend "Curt;" we congratulate you most heartily on your good fortune. Happy now must you be in the thought of so rich a prize. May your star of happiness never grow dim, and as you and your fair bride travel down the declivity of time, may no regrets be felt for the action you have taken in being united in the holy bonds of matrimony.
From the Florence Journal (Laud. Co., AL), March 8, 1871, p. 3.
MARRIED--At the residence of the bride's father in Florence, on Thursday, the 2nd instant, by Elder T. B. Larimore, Capt. Stephen E. Rice to Miss Emily Irvine Pickett, daughter of Col. R. O. Pickett.
We tender our regards to the happy pair and wish that the new relation, so happily commenced, may become even more happy as they pass along life's voyage.
From the Florence Gazette (Lauderdale Co., AL), Saturday, October 30, 1886, p. 3.
On Tuesday, 21st inst., at the residence of the bride's father, in Moulton, Ala., by Rev. T. B. Larimore, Mr. Wm. E. Wallace, to Miss Fannie, daughter of Judge E. H. Foster, of Lawrence county. . . .
From the Moulton Advertiser (Lawrence Co., AL), Thursday, November 4, 1886, p. 3.
Elder Larrimore [sic] and Will Wallace were up-set in their buggy last Saturday night, but escaped without a scratch. This is not a good omen for Will, but his troubles had better come now than later in life.