HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!
Let’s find out which romantic couples in my database got married on this special day.
I created a list using Legacy 9. Search>Find>Detailed Search. Use the following search and then “create list.”
My list came up with 5 romantic couples. Who are they and what year did they marry? I have entered only first names of living individuals.
My great granduncle & aunt – Michael Fitzcharles & Euphemia Anderson – 1879, Scotland
My grandaunt’s 3rd husband and his 1st wife – Earl Pettit & Gertrude Cole – 1925, Michigan
My grandaunt and her 3rd husband – Bessie Lindsay & Walter Heien – 1947, Michigan
The granddaughter of a distant cousin – Jill & Curtis – 1992, Nevada
My 3rd cousin – Candis & Kin – 1995, Michigan
How long did these marriages last?
The 1879 marriage lasted 39 years and ended due to the husband’s death.
The 1925 marriage, I don’t know. I have no record of the death of the wife or a divorce.
The 1947 marriage lasted only 4 years because the husband died.
The 1992 and 1995 marriages are still going strong and celebrating their anniversaries today.
Here are some links to websites that explain how Valentine’s Day originated, in case you are interested.
How do you and your significant other celebrate? Ron & I long ago chose to be completely unromantic when it comes to this day. We, instead, take the money that would have been spent on cards or flowers and celebrate our romance when we go on vacation. We are both fine with this and I don’t feel like I’m missing a thing.
Enjoy your day, whatever you decide to do,
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