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  • ID: I59780
  • Name: Luther Forest Tincher
  • Prefix: Rev.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1898
  • _UID: 7CA7D0E9B0D6DA4EBB0020F121F4786D507C
  • Change Date: 17 FEB 2017 at 15:39:12

    Marriage 1 Beulah B. "Blondine" Payne b: 11 MAR 1914 in Kincaid, Fayette County, West Virginia
    • Divorced: Y
    • Married: 4 JUL 1961 in Fayette County, West Virginia
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      Marriage Record
      Groom name: Luther Forest Tincher
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      Bride name: Blondine Rinehart
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      Event type: Marriage
      Marriage date: 1961
      Marriage place: Fayette, West Virginia, United States
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      Film number: 494266
      Digital GS number: 4226391
      Image number: 00304
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      Source: County Records
      Collection: West Virginia Marriages 1853-1970
      (304 in file)

      Publication: Raleigh Register (Beckley, West Virginia)
      Published: July 17, 1961
      Headline: 17 Couples Seek Permits to Wed
      Luther Forest Tincher, 63, of Oak Hill, son of Ballard and Belle Tincher, and Blondie Rinehart, 47, of Bradley, daughter of Vesper and Lettie Payne.

      Publication: Beckley Post-Herald (Beckley, West Virginia)
      Published: July 7, 1961
      Headline: Tincher-Rinehart Wedding Read In Double-Ring Vows
      Bradley - The marriage of Mrs. Blondine Rinehart and the Rev. Forest Tincher of Oak Hill was solemnized July 4th.
      The double-ring vows were read at 5 p.m. in the home of the brdie by the Rev. Ernest Barley, pastor of the Cranberry Community Churc.
      The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Carrie Payne, Kincaid, and the later Vespter Payne. The bridegroom is the son of the late Belle TNcher of Oak Hill.
      The bride wore a white carnation corsage with her wedding dress of orchid floral print, and her accessories were white.
      Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Lundie Woodson, Akron, Ohio, brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom. She wore a yellow street- length dress with black accessories.
      A reception was held in the bride's home where the table was centered with a three-tiered cake topped with a bridal couple and decorated with white roses and pink wedding bells. Mrs. Ernest Barley served the cake with Mrs. Richard Allen, daughter of the bride assisting.
      Mr. Tincher, a former pastor of the Free Will Baptist Church, Oak Hill, is also a retird miner. The bride is a member of the Free Will Baptist Church of Bradley.
      Others attending the wedding were: the bride's sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs. Philip Richard Allen and son Philip Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Emory Willis and children Brenda Joyce, Howard, Frankie, and David, Kilsyth; her mother, Mrs. Payne; Miss Patricia Swanner, Cleveland, Ohio; her sister, Mrs. Ellen Kincaid and three daughters, Mrs. Peggy Kincaid, Mrs. Shelby Harler, all of Hinton, and Miss Phyllis Kincaid, Cleveland, Ohio.
      The bridegroom's brother, Wesley Tincher, Oak Hill; Mrs. Bob Moss, Kilsyth, and Mrs. Adrian Keeney, Oak Hill.
      The couple was married on the second anniversary of the bride's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, who were married in Bradley with the Rev. Robert Doan officiating. Formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, they are now living here.

      Publication: Raleigh Register (Beckley, West Virginia)
      Published: January 26, 1962
      Headline: Divorce Granted
      Fayetteville - The files of the Fayette County circuit clerk's office reveal that Mrs. Blondine Tincher was granted a divorce from Forest Tincher during the October term of court.
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