This file includes Titus engagements, marriages, anniversaries and Titus family reunion records transcribed from Newspaper Archives. Some of the accounts have been edited to exclude clothing descriptions, church decorations and other details that have no genealogical significance.
|The Salt Lake Tribune. Sunday, May 6, 1945. UT.
|Just returning from a honeymoon in Southern California are Pfc. and Mrs. A. O. Titus. Mr. (sic) Titus, formerly Mrs. Irene Christopher, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Short, pledged her vows with Pfc. Titus, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Titus of Thermopolis, Wyo., April 1 at the Kearns post chapel. Chaplain Jesse E. Crossett officiated. Miss Carma Lundburg was her attendant. The best man for the bridegroom was Thomas O. Short. Mrs. Titus is well known in Salt Lake musical circles. Pfc. Titus recently returned from 32 months in India where he was on duty with the air corps. He is now stationed at Kearns. They are at home at 1095 Lake st.
|The Atlanta Constitution. Sunday, Jul. 6, 1913. GA.
|Rev. and Mrs. George Boice Titus, of West Bridgewater, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter, Adelaide Lawton, to Mr. Julian Jarnigan Culver, of Auburn, Ala., the marriage to take place in December. Mr. Culver is a brother of Mr. Charles S. Culver, of Atlanta, and he has many friends here who will be interested in the announcement of his engagement.
|Kokomo Tribune. Sunday, Apr. 1, 2001. IN.
|Adrienne JoAnn Titus and Robert Allen Petty Jr., have chosen Saturday, June 9, 2001, for their wedding at Liberty Baptist Church. Adrienne is the daughter and step-daughter of Tamara Johnson and Ken Shoup, Kokomo, and the daughter and step-daughter of Steve and Debbie Titus, Clarkston, Mich. She is a 1997 graduate of Taylor High School, and will graduate from Ball State University in May, 2001, with a BA in human resource Management. Robert is the son and step-son of Bob and Yvonne Petty, Kokomo. He is a 1995 graduate of Taylor High School and graduated in December, 2000, from Ball State University. He will begin graduate school at Ball State in August at the Center for Communication and Information Sciences. He is employed at Instant Auto Finance.
|Dunkirk Evening Observer. Tuesday, Sep. 6, 1938. NY.
|The marriage of Miss Wanda Helen Ryczko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ryczko of South Martin street, to Alan Gordon Titus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Titus of Main road, Westfield, took place Saturday at St. Hyacinth's rectory, the Rev. Michael Helminiak performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dobczynski of Erie, Pa., were the attendants. Guests present from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Titus, Miss Alice Titus, DeForest Woleber> of Westfield; John Bochenek and Peter Spitz of Youngstown, O. After a trip to Cleveland and Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Titus will reside in Church street, Portlant.
|Boston Daily Globe. Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1905. MA.
|WORCESTER, Oct. 10 - With only 12 hours of married life to look back upon, Mrs. Margaret Lizzie Titus is yesterday a widow, her husband, Albert W. Titus, passing away from a malady with which he had been suffering the past 35 years. The groom was 67 years old and the bride, who was Miss Tobin, is 47. For many years they contemplated marriage, but the ceremony was put off from time to time because of Mr. Titus' poor health. About a week ago Mr. Titus was taken ill, and realizing that his end was near, he requested that the marriage be performed. Miss Tobin agreed, and the marriage was solemnized last evening at 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. G. Sprague, 32 Chatham st, where Mr Titus has been boarding, by Rev. Dr Vincent E. Tomlinson, pastor of the First Universalist Church This morning at 5 o'clock Mr. Titus died, his bride sitting by the bedside all night watching his life ebb away. He was born in Chelmsford, but came to Worcester 33 years ago.
|Portsmouth Herald. Saturday, Sep. 7, 1957. NH.
|SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine - The marriage of Miss Janice Lyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lyman of Goodwin Rd., Eliot, to Alden R. Titus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Titus of Pleasant St., Eliot, took place Aug. 29 in the People's Methodist Church here. The Rev. William Chamberlain, former pastor of the East Eliot Methodist Church, performed the ceremony. The couple will live in Eliot. Mrs. Titus was graduated from Eliot High School in 1956, and Golden School of Beauty Culture, Portland, in June. She is employed in the beauty salon of Owen Moore Department Store. Her husband was also graduated from Eliot High School in 1956 and is employed by the Diamond Match Co., Portsmouth.
|Portsmouth Herald. Monday, Jun. 3, 1929. NH.
|The Advent Christian Church of South Eliot was the scene of a charming June wedding on Sunday noon, when Miss Alice Ethelyn Titus, daughter of Alonzo Titus of that town, became the bride of Hugh Lewis Green of Terre Haute, Ind. Charles and Wesley Remick, cousins of the bride, acted as ushers at the ceremony. Little Grace Titus, aged four years, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The best man was Howard Elville Huntress of South Eliot, a cousin of the bride. Rev. Fred M. Staples, pastor of the Methodist church of South Eliot, performed the ceremony. Upon their return they will resdie at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Charles Huntress in South Eliot. The bride is employed at the Woolworth and Co. store on Market street, where she has been a popular clerk for the past eleven years. The groom was a member of the U. S. Marine Corps and stationed at this navy yard. His enlistment concluded last winter and he has only recently returned from his home at Terre Haute and will take a position here.
|Middletown Times Herald. Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1948. NY.
|Mrs Harry Winters Buchanan, Jr., of twelve East Ninety-seventh street, New York City and Cliff Park, Milford, Pa., announce the engagement of her daughter, Gene Anne, to Allen Townsend Titus, son of Mrs. Frederick J. Titus of Milford and the late Mr. Titus. Miss Buchanan, formerly of Middletown, is the daughter of the late Mr. Buchanan. She was graduated in 1946 from Cornell University. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Harry Winters Buchanan of New York City and Milford and the late Mr. Buchanan, and the late Mr. and Mrs. P. Stonewall O'Brien of Brooklyn. She is home economics director for Theodore R. Sills and Company, public relations agency. Mr. Titus, who holds the Air Medal, served as a pilot with the rank of captain in the Army Air Force with the Nineteenth Long Range Reconnaissance Squadron. He attended St. Ann's Academy and Manhattan College in New York. He is a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Townsend Titus and the late Mr. and Mrs. August V. Becker of New York. He is with the Titus Real Estate Company in Milford. No date has been set for the wedding.
|Logansport Pharos-Tribune. Sunday, Nov. 25, 2001. IN.
|Susan Wamsley, 1616 High St., and Rick Titus, 1906 George St., announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Titus, Jacksonville, Ill., to Matthew Fraas, Jacksonville, Ill. The bride-elect is a 1998 graduate of Logansport High School and is a senior at MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Ill., planning to graduate in May 2002. Her fiance is the son of Stan and Carol Fraas, Lincoln, Neb. He graduated from Northeast High School in Lincoln, Neb. in 1996 and MacMurray College in 2000. He is a third grade teacher at Jefferson Elementary School in Jacksonville, Ill. \ The couple plan a July 13, 2002 wedding in the Annie Merner Chapel on the campus of MacMurray College.
|Ogden Standard-Examiner. Sunday, Oct. 4, 1942. UT.
|Miss Bertha Kay Foulger, of 340 Twentieth, was married September 4 to Andrew E. Titus. The ceremony was performed in Los Angeles at the Little Wedding Manor. Attending the couple were Charles Titus and Miss Florence Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kay Foulger, Miss Lucile Foulger and Mrs. L. H. Nelson, the former Miss Ellen Thomas of Ogden were present for the event. After the wedding the couple left for a trip to Lake Arrowhead and upon their return, the bridegroom reported to Fort MacArthur where he will be stationed with the U.S. army. The couple will reside at Los Angeles.