BRAY, HARRY ~ FENNO, ELLEN
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fenno, September 14, at high noon, their daughter, Ellen, was married to Harry Wl Bray, of Jennings, Kan. Rev. Harry Fleisher, of Brewster, performing the ceremony. Besides the members of the family, a few of the bride's friends were present. A wedding dinner was partaken of after the ceremony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Bray started for their new home near Jennings. Their friends wish them many happy years.
(The Goodland Republic ~ September 30, 1904 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)
BRAY, MARTIN ~ MAZZARD, CANDUS A.
Martin Bray of Clayton, Kan., and Candus A. Mazzard of Norcatur, Kan., on April 15. Probate Judge Ellenberger officiating.
(The Goodland Republic ~ April 19, 1907 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)
GOODRICH, G. W. ~ BYSTRUM, MAGGIE
G. W. Goodrich and Miss Maggie Bystrum, both of Jennings, Kan., were married by Probate Judge Darling at the court house Wednesday.
(The Goodland Republic ~ October 20, 1899 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)
SEYLER, WILLIAM ~ HODGEN, OLGA
GOODLAND YOUNG MAN TAKES A WIFE FROM TOWN OF CLAYTON
Accnouncements were this week sent out telling the friends and acquaintances of Mr. William Seyler that himself and his bride, who was Miss Olga Hodgen of Clayton, Kan., were married in that city on Sunday, July 2. The marriage of Mr. Seyler came as a great surprise to the Goodland friends of the groom, although they were glad to see that he had even added to his already smiling countenance a new joy.
Mr. Seyler is a wide awake young real estate man, what the people of the west generally calla rustler. he used to be on the road as a traveling salesman for Letts-Spencer grocery house, but resigned that position to engage in the real estate business in Goodland, in which he has been quite successful.
Although the bride is not known in Goodland, she will have an opportunity to form a new circle of friends and to enter the society of our little city.
(The Goodland Republic ~ July 7, 1905 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)
TAYLOR, H. L. ~ CRIST, MARY
On last Monday Miss Mary J. Crist, of Vining, Kan., arrived in Phillipsburg and went to a hotel. On the 10:40 p.m. train of the same day, Mr. H. L. Taylor, of Jennings, Kan., arrived and he and the lady proceeded to the office of Probate Judge Cole and were married. They left on Tuesday for Mr. Taylor's home in Jennings.
(Phillipsburg Herald ~ August 7, 1888 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)
VanBUREN, GUY ~ JOHNSTON, MARTHA
Guy Arthur VanBuren, of Cortez, Colorado and Miss Martha Johnston were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Johnston, in Oberlin, at noon Wednesday, December 25, 1907, by Rev. F. C. Everitt. A satisfying dinner was served immediately after the ceremony. The bridal couple went Thursday evening to Colorado, and will be at home in Cortez after January 15. The bride has lived in Oberlin for a number of years and has the friendship of many and the high regard of all. The groom is a prominent Colorado educator. The good wishes of all Oberlin follow them to their new home.
(Decatur County News ~ Thursday ~ December 26, 1907 ~ Page 1)
WAMSLEY, CHARLES ~ HENDERSON, LINNIE
Mr. Charles E. Wamsley, of Goodland, and Miss Linnie Henderson, of Clayton, Kan., were married by Rev. J. Ed Stevens, of his home, Monday evening, August 8. Charley was liberal with the "treats" and is a good fellow among men.
(The Goodland Republic ~ August 12, 1904 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)