Eleanore Hill and My Grandfather Al Trizzino WERE MARRIED!

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I have found a pretty convincing though short news article that seems to provide a clear statement that the previously mentioned short-lived marriage between Eleanore Hill and Al Trizzino actually occurred between October 1946 and October 1947, at the latest. The article is a list of requested divorces in the Columbus area as seen in the Columbus Dispatch Wednesday, March 19, 1947 edition on page 24. A later article from the same publication dated Friday, August 22, 1947 officially states that the couple had been granted an annulment, although Al Trizzino is listed as Al "Frizzino" instead but it is very clear that this is my grandfather and the woman that could have been my grandmother if things had been different.


Anybody know of a way to document this outside of the biography section of both individuals or is it not even worth documenting as the marriage was barely over six months long?
WikiTree profile: Eleanore Hill
in The Tree House by Michael Hruska G2G6 Mach 5 (51.1k points)

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In the marriage information you can document date Marriage ended the reason being Annulment.  I wonder why the annulment?
by Rionne Brooks G2G6 Mach 5 (58.3k points)
Thanks Rionne,

I was thinking something like that but I wasn't officially sure if people here would want that on profiles. As for the reason why the annulment I am thinking one of two things: 1. Al and Eleanore were romantically involved and then could not maintain that they knew what marriage actually entailed and quickly requested out of it.

2. Eleanor never intended to marry Al as she immediately married  another man less than two months after the annulment was granted.

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