Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Frederick Miller or search for Frederick Miller in all documents.

Your search returned 4 results in 1 document section:

A young couple were yesterday morning united in the bonds of wedlock in the City Hall under peculiar circumstances. Frederick Miller and Nancy Shelton were the names of the parties. Miller and Miss Shelton were, it seems, engaged to be married whenMiller and Miss Shelton were, it seems, engaged to be married when the former was arrested for highway robbery and confined in jail to await trial for the offence. He is to be tried at the next term of Judge Lyons Court, with, to all present appearances, every prospect of conviction. Miss Shelton being, for reasons of her own, very anxious that the marriage ceremony should be performed, and Miller not being unwilling, he was brought up from jail to the Hustings Court Clerk's office in custody of the jailer, and there married by the Rev. Dr. Edwards, of the Mstand that the girl left her home in Surry county, North Carolina, some four or five months ago to come to this city with Miller, her family and friends at that time believing that she had been married to him on the way hither. This is one of the ca