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From: "Batha Karr" <>
Subject: Re: [PACAMBRI] Re:PACAMBRI] Marriage Certificat
Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2000 14:15:53 -0700
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So many people went to Cumberland, Maryland to get married by train, the
train they went on was called the Honeymoon train. It left Johnstown in the
morning and returned at night. Does any one have any more information? Like
how much the tickets were or the years it was used a lot. I am guessing in
the 1920' and 1930's.

Batha
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> I just wanted to add that Winchester ,Virginia is another place many
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> On 4/8/2000 3:15:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time, Teresa requested tips on
> marriage licence searches for the Cambria Co. area.
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> As I recall, many PA residents travelled a few miles to MARYLAND, where
there
> was little to no waiting period for licences and know that quite a few PA
> folks traveled to Cumberland and other communities near the border to "tie
> the knot".
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> You may have some luck looking there.
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> J. R. Sebring
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