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Marriage license for David & Nancy (Hartless) Entsminger
Courtesy of Tom Entsminger, grandson of Henry
Marriage License
Virginia, Rockbridge Co. to wit:
To any Person Licensed to Celebrate Marriages:
     You are hereby authorized to join together in the Holy State
of Matrimony, according to the rites and ceremonies of your Church, or
religious denomination, and the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia,
David H. Entsminger
and Nancy A. Hartless
     Given under my hand, as Clerk of the County Court
of Rockbridge this 8th day of December 1881.

J.P. Moore? Clerk.

To be annexed to the License required by Acts passed 13th March, 1861, and February 27th 1866.

Time of Marriage, December 9, 1881
Place of Marriage, Rockbridge Co. Va.
Full Names of Parties Married, David Henry
Entsminger & Nancy Ann Hartless
Color, White
Age of Husband, 21
Age of Wife, 21
Condition of Husband, (widowed or single) Single
Condition of Wife, (widowed or single) "
Place of Husband's Birth, Rockbridge Co. Va.
Place of Wife's Birth, Amherst " "
Place of Husband's Residence, Rockbridge " "
Place of Wife's Residence, " " "
Names of Husband's Parents, Jno. F. & Mary
Ann Entsminger
Names of Wife's Parents, Wm. J. & M. J.
Occupation of Husband, Farmer
     Given under my hand this 8th day of December 1881

J. P. Moore clerk.

Minister's Return of Marriage
     I Certify That on the 9th day of December 1881
at Collierstown I united in Marriage the
above-named and described parties, under authority of the annexed License.

From The Northern Virginia Daily dated Saturday 20 Feb 1943.
Rites Monday For
David H. Entsminger
      David Henry Entsminger died last night in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Graham Smith, Strasburg, aged 83 years. He had been ill since December and in a critical condition since early January.
      Born in Rockbridge County Nov. 13, 1859, he was a son of the late Frank Entsminger and Mary Ann
Elizabeth Entsminger and was a member of the Christian Church.
      Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Sam Davis, Strasburg; Henry E. Entsminger, Harvey, W. Va.; Ashby Entsminger, Strasburg; Mrs. Virginia Hazlet of Michigan; Barney and Albert Entsminger, of Ohio; Miss Mary Entsminger and Mrs. Ben Stump, Washington, D.C. A brother, Sam Entsminger of Staunton and 61 grandchildren and about 25 great-grandchildren also survive.
      Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 3 0'clock at the home of Mrs. Graham Smith, conducted by the Rev. F. B. Lingle and the Rev. Kenneth W. Ball. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery.

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