Selected Families and Individuals


William M. Haughery

William's social security number was issued in PEnnsylvania prior to 1951. William died in Youngstown, Mahoning Co., OH but was a resident of Boynton Beach, Palm Beach Co., FL at the time of his death.

Melanie Ann Haines

Wedding announcment:

Melanie Ann Haines and Brent William Hunter, both of Louisville,
were married June 19 in Louisville by the Rev. John Zuraw. Parents of
the bride are Michael and Ann Haines of Louisville. The bridegroom's
parents are Mark and Deborah Hunter of Louisville.
Melissa Haines was honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Jaime Sell,
Ang Williams, Sheri Deckman and Kristin Gasser. Renee Deckman and
Iris Menegay were flower girls. Logan Mayle was ring bearer.
Ray Russ II was best man. Ushers were Ryan Hunter, Troy Hunter,
Terry Deckman, Mike McVey, Steve Archer, Tony Rush and Ray Deck-
The bride graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas and Malone College.
She is employed by Mercy Medical Center. The bridegroom graduated
from Louisville High School. He is employed by Cain Toyota-BMW.
They live in Louisville.

Deborah Ann Darr

From the Zanesville Times Recorder (pg 3 C), 21 Jul 1968

The Church of the Nativity at Utica was the scene
of the wedding Saturday of Miss Deborah Ann Darr of
Newark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Darr of
Trinway to Anthony J. Wahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Wahl of Utica.
The ceremony took place at 10:30 a.m. The
bride was escorted to the altar by her father who gave
her in marriage. She wore a white formal length gown
of silk organza and reembroidered Alencon lace. The
bodice featured lace motifs, a scalloped Sabrina neckline
and long sleeves accented with lace at the wrists. Her
bouffant skirt was enhanced with appliqu├ęs of the lace
and a sweeping detachable organza train. A plateau
of lace petals and seed pearls held her veil in place and
she carried a bouquet of carnations and daisies.
Miss Diana Ogle, a cousin of the bride, was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Kenneth Holtz of Newark
and Miss Patty Vickers of Frazeysburg. Miss Ogle wore a
powder blue crepe sheath with detachable brocaded train
and a headpiece of small daisies with veiling to match her
gown. Her flowers were daisies and carnations. The brides-
maids also wore powder blue sheaths and carried white
carnations and daisies.
Dawn Cochran of Zanesville was flower girl and
Steve Souvell was ring bearer.
William Schilling of Utica was best man for Mr.
Wahl. Ushers were Larry Shesky of Dresden and Kenneth
Holtz and Harold Weaver, both of Newark.
A reception followed at the YMCA in Newark. Assist-
ants were Miss Linda Darr of Fresno, Miss Marjorie McGee of
Worthington, Mrs. Edwin Cochran of Zanesville and Mrs. Ralph
Wright of Newark Route 7.
Mr. Wahl and his bride will reside at 530 East Main
street in Newark.