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The  Shelbyville  Democrat
February 15, 1915
Page 4
Mrs. Clara Hatler, Bride of
Roy H. Mallory, of
This City.
          Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Mallory  arrived here from Indianapolis Sunday to begin housekeeping in the residence occupied by his mother,  Mrs. George W. Mallory,  on east Franklin street.  This statement probably needs some explanation, as it is doubtful if there are more than half a dozen people in the city who know that there is a Mr. Roy H. Mallory.
          The wedding took place at Indianapolis one week ago last Sunday, the license having been issued the day previously, and the bride was  Mrs. Clara Hatler,  a well known young woman of this city, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conrad,  of east Washington street.
          The young people had not taken any of their friends or relatives into their confidence and the impression prevailed here that they were in Indianapolis visiting relatives.
          Mr. Mallory is employed at the Blanchard-Hamilton factory and is a son of the late  George W. Mallory,  who was the custodian of the court house for nearly two years until his death a few months ago.  Mr. Mallory and his bride have many friends here who will extend best wishes.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, December 26, 1905
          Hurly, the small son of  John Mallory, of Fairland, was injured yesterday by the explosion of a firecracker.  There was a family reunion at the [the article continues but my copy ends here - pmf].
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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