Town Topics of May 1 says: Miss Marion Murchison, who last week married the young southerner, "Charlie" Hurkamp, wore one of the most exquisite bridal gowns that has been seen this season. It was composed entirely of point lace over chiffon, and had a long rounded train over which fell the bridal veil, also of point lace. The effect would have been too heavy and stiff for anybody but a girl of Miss Murchison's slight graceful figure. As it was, she made a most attractive picture in the costume. The veil was fastened to her dark hair by carelessly arranged gardenias, which also formed the bridal bouquet. The wedding took place at the Murchison residence, on Fifty-seventh street [New York City], about fifty guests being present.
The Fredericksburg/Daily Star, May 8, 1902, pg. 3.
Editor's Notes: the announcements of the engagement and marriage of Miss Marion Elliott Murchison, the daughter of Col. Kenneth M. Murchison, to "the well-known Virginia horseman" Charles Hurkamp also appeared in the January 16, 1902, and April 25, 1902, editions of the New York Times. Charles Hurkamp was a Fredericksburg native.