Jackson County, Kansas

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ALLEN, JOHN MR. AND MRS.

Mr. and Mrs. John Allen entertained a number of friends and relatives Sunday in honor of their twentieth wedding anniversary. A three course dinner was served to Mr. an Mrs. M. M. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allen, daughter, Winona, and sons, Richard and David, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Miller and daughter Edith and friend, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Campbell, Johnnie F. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Campbell, William and Marrie of Valley Falls; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fleming and Mrs. Belle Dickey, Rock Creek; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Campbell, Ozawkie, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Eastman, Wakarusa; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forester and son, Whiting; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Allen, George and Ruth Irene and Mr. and Mrs. Allen and their children, John, George, Louis and Merle Edwin. Callers during the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tillotson. Mr. and Mrs. Allen received many beautiful presents and flowers. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, November 29, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ALUMBAUGH, F. W. ~ POOLE, GRACE C.

Judge Dimm joined in holy matrimony yesterday, F. W. Alumbaugh and Grace C. Poole, both of Wetmore. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, May 24, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ANDERSON, HUGH S. ~ SCOTT, BELLE D.

Married, at Denison, Kan., February 13, 1900, by Rev. J.A. Ferguson, Mr. Hugh S. Anderson and Miss Belle D. Scott, both of Denison. Mrs. Anderson is a a daugther of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scott, old-time settlers and prosperous farmers of Garfield township. Mr. Anderson is likewise the son of a successful farmer, Mr. Robert Anderson, of the same neighborhood. The young people settle down to live on the Anderson farm and with the good wishes of many warm and sincere friends. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, February 22, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ANDREWS, MR. ~ GODARD, GEORGIA

Mrs. Georgia Godard was married to Mr. Andrews, of Arkansas City, Kan., at the bride's home near Whiting, last Thursday morning, October 11, at nine o'clock. The wedding was quiet and was witnessed only by a few close friends. The bride was formerly a resident of Holton and her many admirable qualities endeared her to numerous friends here who will wish her unbounded happiness in her married life. Mr. Andrews is a business man of Arkansas City and took the bride there immediately after the ceremony to reside. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 18, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ASH, C. W. ~ CORDON, HATTIE

Married, on Wednesday, September 6, at the parsonage by Rev. J. Martin mr. C. W. Ash, of Holton and Miss Hattie Cordon, of Ontario, Kan. The happy couple were accompanied by Miss Ash, of Holton, sister of the groom and Miss Reed of Ontario, Mr. Cordon, brother of the bride and Mr. Bottenburg. The bride was beautifully attired in dove colored albatross, trimmed with white silk and wore a white hat. After the ceremony the parties drove to Ontario where they spent a pleasant evening with friends and relatives. - Soldier Clipper (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 14, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BAILEY, ARTHUR ~ HAYDEN, LOLA

Miss Lola Hayden and Mr. Arthur Bailey were married in Seneca, Thursday by the Probate Judge. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hayden. For the past two and one-half years she has been employed at the Latenser Music Company. She is an attractive young woman and has many friends. The groom is the youngest son of H.M. Bailey. He served in the World War three years and since returning has been employed at Ross Francis' Jewelry store. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will leave about April 15 for Peoria, Ill., where he will attend a government school. We join in best wishes for their happiness and prosperity. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 5, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BALDWIN, HARRY ~ DILL, EDGARITA

Miss Edgarita Dill an Mr. Harry Baldwin were married Saturday evening by Rev. L. F. Waring. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, September 6, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BANAKA, ARMEL W. ~ AMON, LENORA M.

Armel W. Banaka and Miss Lenora M. Amon both of Netawaka were married at Holton on Tuesday, Sept. 1st., Rev. Mr. Orahood of the Christian church pronounced the ceremony. Mr. Banaka is a prosperous young farmer and the happy pair will make their home on the farm near Netawaka. They ahve the best wishes of their many friends. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 3, 1908, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BANAKA, AUGUST ~ NELSON, MARY

Married - August Banaka, and Mary Nelson, of Whiting, by Geo. H. Barker, J. P., August 1st. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 6, 1890)

BARNES, HARVEY E. ~ FERGUSON, MARY E.

Married - Harvey E. Barnes and Mary E. Ferguson, Sunday the 17th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 20, 1890)

BAUGHMAN, B. T. ~ McQUILLAN, LOIS I.

Mr.a nd Mrs. H.F. McQuillan announce the marriage of their daughter, Lois I., to Mr. B.T. Baughman, of Horton, Monday, January 22, 1923. The Rev. Father Hildebrand performed the ceremony. They were accompanied by Mr. Leo Baughman, brother of the groom and Miss Irene Welsey. They will live in Horton, where Mr. Baughman is in business. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, January 25, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BAXTER, SAMUEL ~ REYNOLDS, ROSA J.

Married May 5th, 1890. To the Signal - I had the pleasure of joining in holy matrimony at the home of the bride near Circleville, Samuel Baxter, one of Soldier creek's promising young men and Miss Rosa J. Reynolds of Circleville, a lovely and intelligent young lady. Quite a number of relatives and friends were present and after a sumptuous dinner the young couple received a number of nice and valuable presents. We hope their pathway may be peaceful and plenty, and their end everlasting life. Henry Stanley. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May7, 1890)

BECKWITH, GROVER ~ HAMMER, KATIE

Married, August 26, 1899, Rev. Father DeSmedt, officiating, Miss Katie Hammer of this city, and Mr. Grover Beckwith, of Soldier City, Kansas.

The marriage was a surprise to many friends of the young couple who were not expecting the nupitals so soon. The young couple departed Sunday morning for Soldier City where they will make their future home. The groom until recently was a resident of Holton and was engaged in the drug business. He is at present engaged in farming and stock raising near Soldier. The bride is one of St. Mary's fairest daughters, a very talented and accomplished young woman, who will be greatly missed from social circles here.

The Star joining the many friends of the happy couple extends hearty congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Beckwich. May their journey through life be a prosperous and happy one.--St. Marys Star. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 7, 1889, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BICKER, AUGUST J. ~ BRASSBRIDGE, HARRIET

Mrs. Harriet Brassbridge of this city and August J. Bicker, of Aspen, Colo., were married Sunday, May 27, by Rev. E.P. Jones, at the latter's residence in Birmingham. A singular coincidence was in the fact that the bride was married to her first husband, George W. Brassbridge at the same place and by the same clergyman twenty years ago. The Recorder trusts her second marriage will be a long and happy one. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, June 7, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BLANKA, FLOYD ~ REDDICK, LOIS

Miss Lois Reddick and Mr. Floyd Blanka were united in marriage Saturday evening at 6 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by C. E. PerLee at the Christian church parsonage. The bridal couple were attneded by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bradley.

Mr. and Mrs. Blanka are well known and esteemed by Holton people. They will reside in Holton for the present. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 16, 1922)

BOARD, JOSEPH W. J. ~ GIBSON, ELIZABETH

Married. Joseph W. J. Board and Elizabeth Gibson of Wetmore, by Judge Wilson at the Hotel Josephine, October 25th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, October 29, 1890)

BOLING, GEO. W. ~ BROWN, IDA M.

Married - Geo. W. Boling and Miss Ida Brown, of St. Clere, Oct. 18, by Judge Wilson. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, October 15, 1890)

BOURGOIN, FRANCIS W. ~ DERRINGTON, LAURA E.

Married.--January 5, 1890, at the residence of the bride's mother in this city, Mr. Francis W. Bourgoin, of Raswell, Colorado, and Miss Laura E. Derrington, of Holton.

The ceremony took place in the presence of the family and a few friends at 6 o'clock p.m., and at 10:27 p.m the happy couple took the train to Raswell, Colorado, their future home.

The bride always lived in Holton, and received many hearty congratulations from her many friends.

The bridal parsents consisted of silver, china and linen, and were pretty and valuable. May many happy years be theirs. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, January 8, 1890)

BROUGHER, H. S. ~ STEWART, ESSIE

H. S. Brougher and Miss Essie Stewart, of Muscotah, were married Tuesday at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. Dr. Edwin Locke. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 4, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BROWN, ALBERT G. ~ McKINSEY, GLADYS IRENE

Two of Holton's young people were made one when on Tuesday afternoon, February 28th, at the Evangelical parsonage, Albert G. Brown and Gladys Irene McKinsey were united in marriage. The ceremony took place at 4 o'clock with Rev. G.F. Barthel officiating.

Both parties have grown up at this place and are well and favorably known.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McKinsey. For the past five years she has been in the employ of the American Telephone Co., and in that position formed a wife acquaintance.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Brown. He is at present engaged in the operating of the Holton Bus Line.

Their many friends unite in wishing them a life of unbroken happiness. They will be at home at 515 Ohio. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 2, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BROWN, GEO. L. ~ WELLS, LATTIE

Married Geo L. Brown and Lattie Wells, of Arrington, May 1st, 1890 by Judge M. L. Wilson in Holton. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 7, 1890)

BROWN, WILLIAM ~ PLAXTON, ERMA

Mrs. Elizabeth Plaxton announces the marriage of her daughter Erma to Mr. William Brown of Holton, June 4, by Probabte Judge Clark. The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Plaxton and has lived most of her life in Holton. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Brown of Circleville. They expect to make their home in Holton for the present. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, July 7, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BURNS, RUBEN ~ BUFFINGTON, MAGGIE

Mr. Ruben Burns and Miss Maggie Buffington were quietly married in Topeka last Wednesday. They will occupy rooms at the Chase building adjoining the Independent Telephone office. (Hoyt). (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 17, 1908, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CAMPBELL, ANDY ~ COX., PEARL

Andy Campbell was recently married to Miss Pearl Cox of Hamilton, Mo. They will make their home in Whiting. Mr. Campbell formerly attended Campbell University and at one time edited the Sunflower. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 13, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CAMPBELL, I. D. ~ LATHAM, M. F. MRS.

Married - September 18, at the residence of Mrs. Maggie Spencer, in Holton by Rev. Roach, Mr. I. D. Campbell to Mrs. M. F. Latham. They will make their home in Mayetta. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 20, 1890)

CANFIELD, ROBERT ~ KROTZER, EMMA

Married at Freemont, Ills., May 1st, Mr. Robert Canfield of Holton and Miss Emma Krotzer of Shannon, Ills. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 7, 1890)

CHARLES, JOHN ~ CALLERY, MINNIE

There was a wedding in this neighborhood the 15th, Miss Minnie Callery to John Charles both of Cross Creek. They were married at the church in the morning and had a reception at the bride's parents in the evening, which was in every respect a success. (Holy Cross.) (The Holton Weekly, Wednesday, October 22, 1890)

CHRISMAN, PAUL H. ~ WARD, MAE VIVIAN

Announcements were issued the latter part of last week of the marriage of Miss Mae Vivian Ward to Mr. Paul H. Chrisman, on Saturday, May 28, 1921 at Holton, Kan. The announcement came as a surprise to their many friends.

Mrs. Chrisman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Ward and has lived most of her life in Holton. For the past ten years she has been one of the efficient operators at the American Telephone Co. office and for the past year was the chief operator.

Mr. Chrisman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chrisman of Circleville, and has been employed the past year in the post office in Topeka as a registered mail clerk.

Mr. and Mrs. Chrisman have a host of friends who wish them joy and happiness in their new home at 222 Davis street, Topeka. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 8, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CLARK, ARTHUR ~ BELL, CORA

Married. At the residence of the bride's parents, in Blaine, Kansas, Mr. Arthur Clark and Miss Cora Bell, both of that place, by Rev. T.V. Davis, on the 27th inst. Mr. Clark is originally form New York and is a highly esteemed and wealthy young man. He is to be congratulated upon having captured such a winning, handsome, intelligent little Kansas girl. Miss Cora has a host of warm friends in Holton who wish her a long and happy married life. The happy couple left for a visit in the east. They will be at home at Blaine, after September 15, to their friends. The Signal extends its heartfelt congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Clark. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 3, 1890, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CLAUSEN, GEORGE J. ~ THOMPSON, METTA CHRISTINA

The following marriage licenses have been issued the past week, but not returned. Chas. Wursch, and Alice J. Jackman of Holton; Richard W. Thompson and Gertie Rodger, of Hoyt; Wm. Moore and Mary Smith of Larkin; George J. Clausen and Metta Christina Thompson of Whiting. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 26, 1890)

COLE, CHASE ~ BENNETT, MARGARET R.

Married at the home of the bride's parents, northeast of Denison, Kan., February 14, 1900, by Rev. J.A. Ferguson, assisted by Rev. S.R. Wallace, Mr. Chase Cole and Miss Margaret R. Bennett. Some forty guests were present to witness the ceremony and to congratulate the happy couple on their wedding day, besides which there is a very large circle of admiring friends who join in wishing for them a long, prosperous and happy journey together. Mr. Cole was a member of Company A, in the gallant and now famous Twentieth Kansas regiment was was mustered out with the rest in November last. It is evident, however that he esteems this his last engagement as his most notable one, and it is probable that he will cherish this his lates victory as his most important one. He and his bride settle down to pursue the arts of peace on a farm about a mile from her former home and so with the kindly interest of the whole community. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, February 22, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

COLTON, JAMES R. ~ LARKIN, LINETTA

Married by Judge G. C. Dimm, James R. Colton and Linetta Larkin, Thursday, September 18, at the home of the bride's parents south of the city. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 27, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

COOK, J. C. ~ MARTIN, MRS.

Married J. C. Cook to Mrs. Martin, at the groom's residence on the 18th instant in this city by Rev. David Nation. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, June 25, 1890)

CORNELIUS, WESLEY ~ WHITCRAFT, ADDIE

Miss Addie Whitcraft and Mr. Wesley Cornelius were married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. John L. Whitcraft, Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.

The Reverence F.W. Emerson performed the marriage ceremony, and only the relatives of the bride and a few friends were present.

The bride wore a simple gown of white dimity. After the ceremony an elegant supper was served.

Mr. Cornelius is from Junction City, but has been in Holton in the employ of Mr. Jarvis for the past five years. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius will immediately go to housekeeping in Holton.

The out of twon relatives of the bride who attended the wedding were a brother from Circleville, a sister and her husband from Oskaloosa, and a sister and her husband from Valley Falls.

The Recorder joins their many friends in extending heartiest congratulations. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 7, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CRAWFORD, HARRION L. ~ HOLDEN, NANNIE

Married Harrion L. Crawford, of Holton and Nannie Holden of Monticello, Ills., by Judge Wilson, March 2. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 5, 1890)

CRITTENDON, GEO. H. ~ WHITE, MARY l.

Married Geo. H. Crittendon, of Udell, Iowa, and Mary L. White, of Holton, March 9th, married by Rev. Friend. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 12, 1890)

CUMMINGS, JOHN ~ JONES, VIOLA

Viola Jones and John Cummings were married Wednesday morning. At present they are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Mort Jones. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, February 23, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DAVIS, C. E. ~ MONNETT, RUTH

Marriage licenses have been issued to C. E. Davis and Ruth Monnett. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 7, 1890)

DAVIS, J. E. ~ MASON, MARY MRS.

Mrs. Mary Mason and J. E. Davis (colored) were married Wednesday night of last week at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniels. Rev. R. C. Lee performed the ceremony in the presence of a number of guests. The groom is employed as porter in Johnston's north side barber shop. They have gone to housekeeping in one of Thos. Hunter's houses on north Wisconsin avenue. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, December 7, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DAWSON, J. H. ~ LYONS, ELLA F.

Married - J. H. Dawson and Ella F. Lyons, both of Muscotah, received a marriage license from Judge Wilson Thursday. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 6, 1890)

DAY, MOSES F. ~ ENGILBROCHET, LOUIS

Married - Moses F. Day and Louis Engilbrochet, of Adrian, by Rev. Wm. Friend, March 27th, at Holton. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wedneseday, April 2, 1890)

DEAN, JOSEPH WILLIAM ~ BOIES, VIOLA THERESA

Holton friends received announcements this week of the marriage of Miss Viola Theresa Boies and Mr. Joseph William Dean which occurred on Thursday, December 27, 1923, at Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dean will make their home at Hynes, Calif.

The bride is well known in Holton, where she lived for several years, and has many friends here who will be interested in the news of their marriage. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, January 10, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DIETRICH, SAMUEL I. ~ MOSS, ELIZABETH F.

Probate Judge G. C. Dimm performed the marriage of Samuel I. Dietrich and Elizabeth F. Moss, both of Horton, on October 16. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 18, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DOTY, FRANK ~ ALLEN, LIZZIE

Frank Doty and Lizzie Allen, both of this city, were married at the Methodist parsonage by Dr. Edwin Locke last night. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, November 9, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DUTT, ALVIN ~ AKRIGHT, OLIVE

Miss Olive Akright and Mr. Alvin Dutt were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Akright, near Birmingham, Tuesday evening December 5. On Wednesday at 1 o'clock p.m. a marriage reception in their honor was given at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dutt. On both occasions a number of friends and relatives were present to wish them much joy and happiness. The young people are well known in their community and enjoy the respect and esteem of their neighbors and friends. (The Recorder extends hearty congratulations) (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, December 7, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

EARLY, ANDY ~ RENFRO, MARY

Married, April 17th, Mr. Andy Early and Miss Mary Renfro, both of Douglas township were united in marriage. We with a happy future. Mayetta. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 23, 1890)

EUBANKS, AUGUSTUS S. ~ LAUGHLIN, ELLNORA

Marriage LIcenses:

Augustus S. Eubanks, of Holton and Ellnora Laughlin of Straight Creek, March 7th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 12, 1890)

FARRELL, RICHARD ~ McKEE, MIRA

Married, Richard Farrell and Mira McKee of America City by Judge Wilson at the Pacific House, Oct. 21. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, October 29, 1890)

FIESTER, JOSEPH ~ McCARTHY, KATERINE

Married by Judge G. C. Dimm, Joseph Fiester, of Whiting and Katherine McCarthy, of Muscotah, at the City Hotel on Tuesday afternoon. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 27, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FLETCHER, CHRISTOPHER D. ~ LASLEY, MADELINE

Marriage licenses have been issued to Christopher D. Fletcher of Circleville and Madeline Lasley of Holy Cross. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 7, 1890)

FLETCHER, PAUL ~ HURREL, FRANCES

Who can keep a secret for over six months? A Holton couple have kept the sercret of their marriage for that length of time. News flashed around town Tuesday that Miss Frances Hurrel and Mr. Paul Fletcher were married December 30, 1922, at the Probate Judge's office in Holton, Probate Judge Clark, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Hurrel and is a very attractive young woman with many friends. She has been deuty county clerk for several years and will continue to work in the office. The couple have many friends who will extend congratulations, although belated. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, July 12, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FOREMAN, TED ~ KENADY, LORA

Ted Foreman, 21, of Whiting, Kansas and Lora Kenady, 19, of Whiting, Kansas, took out a marriage license on May 13, 1922 and marriage was performed at Holton, Kansas on May 13, 1922. Judge Harmon Clark, Probate Judge of Jackson County, Kansas performed ceremony. (Submitted by Kyle M. Condon)

FORSTER, ROBERT ~ MILLER, MARY

Miss Mary Miller and Mr. Robert Forster were married Tuesday morning, August 30, 1921, at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Geinitz in the presence of a small group of relatives and friends. They were attended by August Forster, brother of the groom and Miss Margaret Marshall. The favors from the bride and groom to their attendants were a beautiful tie pin and brooch. Mrs. Forster is a the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, and one of Jackson county's successful teachers. Mr. Forster, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Forster, is a prosperous young farmer. Immediately after the wedding the happy couple left in their car for a two week's trip to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Forster will make their home on his farm northeast of Holton. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 1, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FRENCH, O. D. ~ STANLEY, MAUDE

Miss Lula Stanley, formerly of this city and Mr. O. D. French, of Kansas City were married in Kansas City June 20. Accompanied by Maude Stanley, they visited last Thursday and Friday with Mrs. French's sister, Mrs. T. A. Rudy, of Soldier. We extend congratulations. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, June 30, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FULTON, H. R. JR. ~ WELLS, OPAL

The marriage of Miss Opal Wells and H. R. Fulton, Jr., took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wells, in Sabetha, Sunday, January 1. Mrs. Maude Dolan and Dr. Ray Woodworth of Holton were guests at the wedding. Mr. Fulton's mother, Mrs. Fulton was also there. Mr. and Mrs. Fulton will arrive in Holton today and establish their home. Mr. Fulton is an attorney here and has made many friends since coming to Holton. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, January 5, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GANG, JOHN ~ STEVENSON, LEOTIA

Married at the home of the bride's father, near Denison, Kan., August 22, 1899, Mr. John gang, county superintendent of schools at Cando, N. Dakota and Miss Leotia Stevenson, rev. J. A. Ferguson officiating. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, August 24, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GARVIN, J. J. ~ MEEKER, MYRTLE L.

Married J. J. Garvin and Myrtle L. Meeker, by Judge M. L. Wilson in Holton, June 16th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, June 18, 1890)

GIBESON,  WILLIAM  ~  HALL,  JENNIE

The marriage of Wm. Gibeson of Holton and Jennie Hall of Havensville, was solemnized at the home of the bride's grandfather, Mr. James Coats in Holton, Wednesday evening, Dec. 25.  Rev. R. F. Kirby officiated.
(Holton Recorder ~ Thursday ~ January 2, 1908 ~ Page 1)

GLENN, R. F. ~ CARY, ANNIE

The marriage of Mr. R. F. Glenn and Miss Annie Cary was solemnized at the residence of Wm. Cary last Thursday evening at eight o'clock, Rev. Hunter officiating; only a few of the near relations and friends being in attendance. Mr. Glenn is one of our rising business men and of splendid habits. Miss Cary has lived in Soldier most of her life-time and has many warm friends. May their portion in life be one of pleasure and success. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, November 5, 1890, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GOODERL, W. L. MR. AND MRS.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gooderl, who reside near Mayetta celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary, Nov. 1st. Their nine children who are all married except one, were all present with their families to enjoy the happy occasion. The twenty-one grandchildren were all present with the exception of one granddaughter who is teaching school. Dinner was announced at one o'clock and it is needless to say enjoyed by all as we surely feasted. It will be a day long remembered and passed away all too sonn. The children showed their love and appreication by some worthwhile presents. They were also remembered by other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gooderl are natives of Ohio, coming to Kansas in 1884, and Jackson county in 1886 having lived at their present home a number of years. Those present out of the county were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schreiber and children of St. Joe.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gooderl and son Billy of Ponca City, Okla.; Justin Gooderl, Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. M Burson of Topeka, Kansas. All joined in wishing them many more anniversaries. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, November 8, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GOODRICH, EARL F. ~ FIRSTENBERGER, MATTIE

The marriage of Miss Mattie Firstenberger and Mr. Earl f. Goodrich took place Tuesday noon at the home of Charles S. Goodrich in Goff. Only immediate relatives witnessed the ceremony. Earl Goodrich is a son of Mrs. J. S. Goodrich and is engaged in the insurance business in Seneca. Miss Firstenberger is of a prominent Seneca family. After November 1, they will be at home in Seneca. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 20, 1921, trasncribed by Jim Laird)

GORDON, EDWARD ~ HOSTLER, NELLIE

Edward Gordon and Nellie Hostler, both of Valley Falls were married last Sunday, September 9, by Rev. W. A. Youngman in this city. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, Septemer 13, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GREEN, CHARLES ~ BLAIR, FRANKIE E.

Married. -- Charles Green, of Larkin, and Frankie E. Blair, of Holton, by Rev. C. W. Yard, January 23d. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, January 29, 1890)

HALL, CHARLES F. ~ DRAGE, IDA B.

Probate Judge Dimm performed the ceremony yesterday which joined in marriage Charles F. Hall and Ida B. Drage, both of American City. The wedding occurred at the courthouse. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 13, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HANCUFF, JOHN CARL ~ CHASE, EDITH IRENE

Edith Irene Chase (born in Havensville in 1893), married John Carl Hancuff in the Holton Methodist Episcopal Church on July 20, 1910. The minnister was J. S. Ford.

Edith was the daughter of Nellie Ella Littlefield and Charles William Chase.  John's parents were H. S. Hancuff and Francis "Fannie" Palmer. (Source: submitted by Carl Hancuff)

HANNA, JACOB ~ MILLIGAN, LALLA

The marriage of Miss Lalla Milligan, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. J.S.T. Milligan, of Buena Vista street, Allegheny, and Mr. Jacob Hanna, of Sterling, Kan., took place last night at six o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. None but members of the immediate family were present. The ceremony was performed by the bride's father, Rev. J.S.T. Milligan, assisted by her brother, Rev. J.R.J. Millan, of the Ninth United Presbyterian church, Alleghany. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna left for the east last night. Today at noon they sail on the oceanic for a short tour through Scotland, Ireland and the continent, returning about the first of the year. They will be at home to their friends in Sterling, Kan., after the New Year.

Mrs. Hanna is a graduate of Geneva college, Beaver Falls, and has been teaching in the high school department of the Eleventh Ward school, Alleghany for three years. Mr. Hanna is a prominent business man of Sterling, Kan., and where he is interested in private banking and the general merchandise trade.--Pittsburg Commercial Gazette.) (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, December 7, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HARKEY, THOMAS J. ~ SMITH, ANNA A.

Married Thomas J. Harkey and Anna A. Smith, October 23, by Geo. H. Barker, J. of P. for Jackson County. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, October 29, 1890)

HARRISON, RALPH ~ HUTCHINSON, LEONA

Ralph Harrison and Miss Leona Hutchinson surprised their friendson Wednesday, April 5, by going to Judge W. R. Anderson and being married. Ralph is a son of George Harrison and Leona is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hutchinson, a very popular and accomplished young lady, a graduate of Circleville Rural High School class of 1921. We wish for them a long and properous journey through life. Circleville. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 13, 1922)

HAWKINS, CHARLES ~ SMITH, LAURA

Married by Judge G. C. Dimm, Charles Hawkins, and Laura smith of Adrian at the court house, Thursday, September 18. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 27, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HILL, EDWARD E. ~ ROBINSON, MAGGIE

Probate Judge G. C. Dimm performed the marraige of Edward E. Hill and Maggie Robinson, both of Circleville on October 13. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 18, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HILL, H. N. ~ STANLEY, BERTHA

Miss Bertha Stanley was married to Mr. H.N. Hill, of Belmond, Iowa, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Stanley in this city. Rev. F.C. McKean performed the ceremony and only the family and a few intimate friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hill left on the noon train for Belmond where Mr. Hill is in business. The bride is a popular young woman and her numerous Holton friends will join The Recorder in wishing her joy and happiness. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 4, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HOFFMAN, ALFRED O. ~ COLE, LUCY C.

Married by Rev. T. K. Roach, at the residence of the brides parents in Holton, kan., July 4th, 1890, Mr. Alfred O. Hoffman and Miss Lucy C. Cole, both of this city. (The Holton Weekly Journal, Wednesday, July 9, 1890)

HOLAMICK, JOSEPH ~ DARLING, MAY

Married -Joseph Holamick, of Chicago to Miss May Darling of this county, July 20th, by Rev. Allison. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wedensday, August 6, 1890)

HOLLIS, JOE ~ ELLIS, EUNICE

Holton friends received announcements yesterday of the marriage of Miss Eunice Ellis and Mr. Joe Hollis. The wedding occurred in Frednoia, Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis left immediately after the ceremony for a trip to California. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, June 8, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HOUSE, WILLIS ~ RICHARDSON, ALPHA A.

Married Willis House and Alpha A. Richardson of Ontario, April 28th, 1890 by Judge M. L. Wilson in this city. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 7, 1890)

HOWE, WM. L. ~ SCHNEDER, LILLIE

Married. November 13th, 1890, at the home of the bride, by Rev. H. B. Turner, Mr. Wm. L. Howe and Miss Lille Scneder, both of Denison, Kansas. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, November 26, 1890)

HUNTER, JAMES ~ MAHAFFY, EMMA

Olathe Register:

A very pretty wedding was celebrated Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of the Mrs. Esther J. Mahaffy on South Water street, when her youngest daughter, Miss Emma, became the wife of Mr. James HUNTER, of Holton, Kansas.

The pretty ceremony was read by Rev. E.L. McKnight of the Reformed Presbyterian church, assisted by by Dr. Coulter.

The wedding was a very quiet one and witnessed by only the relatives and very close friends.

The house was prettily decorated for the occasion with asparagus and trailing vines of myrtle interwoven with flowers, the color tones being pin, green and white.

The bride was daintily growned in a rob of white hardwoven batiste trimmed in fillet and valencines lace and bands of sheer embroidery. She carried an arm bouquet of white carnations. She wore white slippers that were older than she. They were first worn by her aunt, Mrs. W.A. Boyd, at her wedding, later by a sister of the bride at her wedding.

Dainty refreshments were served after the ceremony, the color motif being prevalent. Punch was served during the entire afternoon.

Miss Mahaffy was assisted in receiving her guests and later in serving, by the members of her Sunday school class.

Mr. and Mrs. Hunter left on the evening train for Holton, Kansas, where they will visit several days before taking a short wedding trip.

They will be at home to friends after September fifteenth at Conway Springs, where Mr. Hunter is principal of the city schools.

Among the out of town guests present were: The groom's mother, Mrs. Nancy Hunter of Holton; Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Boyd and T.L. Bous, of Holton; A.B. Hunter of Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. S.M. McClure and family; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mahaffy and family and John Farris of Mediapolis, Ia.; Miss Anna McClurkin of Morning Sun, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Porter and family of Kansas City and Miss Little Craton of Wilsey, Kansas.

The large circle of friends joins the writer in extending best wishes. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 3, 1908, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HUNTER, J. H. ~ MERIWETHER, IONE

We are in receipt of cards to the wedding of J. H. Hunter and Miss Ione Meriwether at Jackson, Tennessee, Tuesday, June 17th, 1890. Mr. Hunter was at one time engaged in the law practice in Holton and is well known to many of our citizens who will be glad to know that he has taken this new and important departure. The Signal sends him its hearty congratulations. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, June 11, 1890)

HUNTER, THOMAS ~ JACKMAN, ELLEN

Marriage licenses have been issued to Thomas Hunter, of Meriden and Ellen Jackman of Holton. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 7, 1890, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HUNTSINGER, C. H. ~ STABLER, BESSIE

C. H. Huntsinger of Minneapolis and Miss Bessie Stabler, living on the Seller's farm west of the city, were married at the Methodist parsonage Tuesday afternoon by Dr. Edwin Locke. They will reside here for the present. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, November 9, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HURST, JOHN W. ~ VOEKEL, RUTH

Holton friends have just been informed of the marriage of Miss Ruth Voekel and Mr. John W. Hurst which took place as Savannah, Mo., February 3, 1921. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Voekel of Holton and is a very attractive young woman with many friends. She has been a teacher in the Holton schools the past three years. The bride groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hurst and is an industrious young farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Hurst have the best wishes of a host of friends for a happy and prosperous wedded life. They are at home to their friends at 125 Vermont. (Note: Typed as printed in newspaper.) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, December 28, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HUTCHINS, WILLIAM EDWARD ~ PARKER, IDA REBECCA

We are happy to announce the marriage of William Edward Hutchins, of Holton, to Miss Ida Rebecca Parker, of Colorado Springs, Tuesday evening, October 28, 1890.

Everybody knows Will Hutchins to be a genial gentleman and a good and popular business man.

His bride is unknown in Holton, but she must necessarily be an estimable lady.

The Signal wishes them a long and happy married life.

Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins returned from Colorado Springs last Friday. They will be at home to their friends after November 20th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, November 5, 1890, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HUTCHINSON, A. B. ~ ASKEN,

A. B. Hutchinson of this county was joined in marriage last week in Ohio to Miss Asken. The happy couple will make their home in Jefferson township. The Signal congratulates them. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 6, 1890)

INSLEY, FRANK ~ JERMANE, ELLA

Miss Ella Jermane and Mr. Frank Insley of Oskaloosa, were united in marriage Tuesday, February 6th. The bride made her home with her brother, Dr. P.L. Jermane, in Holton, for several years, until last fall they moved to Grandin, Mo. Her many friends here will join in sincere good wishes and congratulations. The young couple will make their home in Oskaloosa, where Mr. Insley is engaged in the drug business. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, February 15, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JACOBS, JOSEPH S. ~ TURK, MARY E.

Married, Joseph S. Jacobs and Mary E. Turk, both of Holton, May 3rd by Rev. David Nation. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 7, 1890)

JAYNES, FRANK F. ~ CLOVERDALE, MILLIE

Licenses have been issued to: Frank F. Jaynes and Millie Cloverdale, of Havensville. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, January 29, 1890)

JEAGER, W. A. ~ WALKER, VIOLET

Miss Violet Walker of Holton and W.A. Jeager of Spencer, Iowa, were married by Probate Judge Clark Thursday afternoon, August 25. They left immediately for Spencer, Iowa, where they will make their home. Mrs. Jeager has made her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. McCroskey for the past two months and has made many friends in Holton, who wish them much joy in their new home. Mr. Jeager is time keeper for a contractor at Spencer. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 1, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JOHNSON, MR. ~ MARRS, EDITH

It is reported that Mr. Johnson of Arrington and Miss Edith Marrs were married in Topeka last Saturday. The writer extends best wishes. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, November 5, 1908, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JOHNSON, ALFRED E. ~ TAYLOR, RACHEL E.

Alfred E. Johnson, of Soldier and Rachael E. Taylor of Marysville, were married by Probate Judge WIlson on Wednesday, July 30. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 6, 1890)

JOHNSON, ELMER ~ YOUNG, ALMA

At ten o'clock Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. C. D. Lueck at Netawaka, Mr. Elmer Johnson and Miss Alma Young were united in marriage by Rev. Sisney, pastor of the M. E. Church. B. E. Canfield sang, "I Love you Truly." A delicious wedding breakfast was served to the guests which included Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lueck and family, Leland Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Albright and daughter, Vivian, Miss Esmer Granger of Topeka; and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Canfield of Holton. The rooms were profusely decorated with baskets of pink and white sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left at 12 o'clock for a few days visit in Kansas City, after which they will be at home in Netawaka, Kans. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, February 23, 1922)

JOHNSON, LEO ~ ZABLE, CLARA

Miss Clara Zable, of Circleville, and Mr. Leon Johnson, of Osage City, will be married Thursday, at the home of the bride, by the Rev. M. F. Troxell, of Topeka.  Miss Zable studied music in Emporia, and taught in Osage City, where she met Mr. Johnson.  The bridegroom is a brother of Mrs. A. V. Lindell, of Topeka.  He attended Washburn college, and is a Phi Delta Theta man.  He is now superintendent of a mine in Osage.
(Topeka State Journal ~ June 6, 1916 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

JOHNSON, LOWELL ~ TWEEDY, MILDRED

Miss Mildred TWEEDY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tweedy, of Holton, and Mr. Lowell JOHNSON, of Mayetta, were married Monday at the Presbyterian Manse, Rev. F.E. Munneke officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will make their home in Holton. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, November 30, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JONES, ISAAC ~ SIMPSON, ADA

Isaac Jones of this city was married to Ada Simpson at the bride's home in Kancasca, Kan., Thursday, December 28. Mr. and Mrs. Jones are both deaf mutes. They will live on a farm near Kancasca. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, January 4, 1900, trasncribed by Jim Laird)

KELLER, FRED ~ RICHARDSON, ALMA R.

Double Wedding.

The home of C. Richardson, at Adrian, was the scene of a double wedding, Sunday, August 20, 1899, at four o'clock p.m. Fred Keller and Alma R. Richardson, also Ernest Springer and Lora O. Richardson were joined in wedlock by Rev. J. Wykert. All of the contracting parties reside at Adrain. The wedding was attended only by a few friends and relatives who helped make the occasion a happy and joyful one by showering their blessings and congratulations on the newly wedded couples. The Recorder adds its congratulations. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, August 31, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KELLY,  REV. GEORGE  ~  BELVEAL, ROSE

Rev. Kelly and Rose Belveal were united in marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shedd, by Rev. T. B. Adell, on the evening of the 23d.  The young poeple are very popular and have the best wishes of all.  Geo. Kelly was born and raised in this township and the bride has lived with Mrs. Shedd for several years.  They went to Clay Center to visit the bride's parents.  On their return they will go to housekeeping on a farm.
(Holton Recorder ~ Thursday ~ May 31, 1900 ~ Page 5 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

KENNEDY, J. R. ~ SWETLICK, MARY

Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Mary Swetlick, 714 Iowa avenue to Mr. J.R. Kennedy, Wednesday evening at the Swetlick home, the Rev. J.W. Warner officiating. Mr and Mrs. Kennedy are at home to their friends at 714 Iowa. The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Anna Swetlick. She is a charming young woman, a talented musician and has a large circle of friends to wish her happiness. The bridegroom has lived in Holton several years and is a member of the firm of Kennedy and Sugmud, druggists. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy's many Holton friends extend hearty congratulations. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, July 6, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KERR, JOHN A. ~ MILLER, MARY L.

Probate Judge G. C. Dimm performed the following marriage ceremony in his office, John A. Kerr and Mary L. Miller both of Nadeau, Saturday, December 8. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, December 13, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KETTERMAN, ELMER K. ~ CHARLES, DORA

Married - Mr. Elmer K. Ketterman and Miss Dora Charles of Hoyt, Ot. 14, by Rev. M. F. Marsh. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, October 15, 1890)

Married Elmer E. Ketterman and Dora Clark, Oct. 13th of Hoyt. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, October 29, 1890)

KINNEY, J. LINCOLN ~ McHUGH, LOIS

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. McHugh have announced the marriage of their daughter, Lois to Mr. J. Lincoln Kinney, at Garnerville, New York, Wednesday, September 26, 1900. They will reside in that city where Mr. Kinney is engaged in the dairy business. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. McHugh and during her residence in Holton has made many friends who will wish her happiness in her married life. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 4, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KIRKPATRICK, MARION ~ STALKER, EMMA

Married, at St. Marys, Kansas, Marion Kirkpatrick to Emma Stalker, Tuesday, October 7th by Rev. C. J. Scheleen. Mr. Kirkpatrick is one of Jackson county's best young men and school teachers. His bride is the daughter of ex-County Commissioner Stalker, and an estimable young lady. The Signal wishes them a large amount of happiness. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, October 8, 1890)

KNOX, J. W. ~ PORTER, ETHZELVA

Married J. W. Knox and Ethzelva Porter by M. L. Wilson, April 8th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 16, 1890)

KORNER, W. J. ~ DIXON, CORA A.

Married, at the Congregational church, Wednesday evening, September 10, by Rev. Harlow of Muscotah, W. J. Korner and Cora A. Dixon. The church was crowded, 300 invitations being sent out. The bride was beautifully attired in white, with a bridal veil and orange blossoms; her dress was brilliantine, trimmed in white crepe. Miss Nina Bolman and Frank Dixon acted as bridesmaid and groomsman. Miss Nina was attired in white satin and looked lovely. After the ceremony the happy pair took the train for a trip to Colorado, many kind wishes following them that their wedded life may be one of perfect bliss. Mr. Corner is an exemplary young man, and is well known, he being a former depot agent at this place, but now stationed in Lincoln, Neb., where they will make their future home. (Note: Korner and Corner, typed as spelled in newspaper.) (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 17, 1890, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KRONE, CHARLES  ~  PATER, ELIZABETH

Married, last week, in St. Joseph, Mo., Charles Krone, of Holton, and Elizabeth Pater, of Mayetta.  Mrs. Krone is very anxious that her husband should be released from confinement in the Holton jail as she claims he is her only means of support.
(The Holton Recorder ~ April 25, 1895 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

KULP, GEORGE ~ LAFFERY, MINNIE

The marriage of Minnie Laffery of Waterville and George Kulp of Holton took place Sunday morning in Holton. The ceremony was performed by Probate Judge Clark. They will reside in Mr. Kulp's home in Holton. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, July 21, 1931, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LANDON, JAMES E. ~ WILLARD, SARAH

Marriage licenses have been issued to James E. Landon of Birmingham and Sarah Willard, of Hotlon; and G. L. McDonald and Mary E. Bowswer of Holton. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 16, 1890)

LASSWELL, M. T. ~ SHIELDS, ETTA F.

M. T. Lasswell and Etta F. Shields both of Adrian, were married in this city by Probate Judge Dimm, Monday, January 1. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, January 4, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LAWRENCE, J. V. ~ GIBESON, ANNA K.

J. V. Lawrence and Miss Anna K. Gibeson, both of this city, were married at the residence of Rev. J. Wykert, at Avoca, Kan., Thursday, December 21, 1899. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, December 28, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LEAKE, ALBERT ~ HUNTER, JESSE

Married Albert Leake of Puerto De Leon, N.M. and Jesse Hunter, of Holton, by Rev. Mueller, March 1st. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 5, 1890)

LEE, CHAS. D. ~ LLOYD, ZULA

Miss Zula Lloyd, of Mayetta and Mr. Chas. D. Leech, of Soldier, were married by Probate Judge Dimm, Wednesday, December 6, 1899. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, December 14, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LEWIS, ADAM ~ WILLIAMS, ALICE

Married Adam Lewis and Alice Williams, July 4th by Rev. Goodman. Both of Whiting. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, July 16, 1890)

LILLY, B. F. ~ PETERSON, ANNA L.

Married - B. F. Lilly, of Everest and Anna L. Peterson, of Onaga, August 29, by Judge Wilson in this city. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 3, 1890)

LONGENECKER, IRVIN ~ GOODREL, ODELLA

On the afternoon of September 4, 1900, a pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Goodrel, seven miles south of Holton when their oldest daughter, Odella, being married to Irvin Longenecker, of Franklin township. The ceremony took place at 4 o'clock. Rev. Wm. Youngman, of Holton, pastor of the New Harmony church, officiating. Immediately after the ceremony and congratulations an elegant supper was served to the invited guests.

The bride was becomingly attired in white mull and carried bride's roses. Miss Phoebe Heisey played Mendelssohn's wedding march. The young couple received many useful presents. They will go to housekeeping at once east of Hoyt. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 13, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LUKE, WILLIAM J. ~ BOOTH, GOLDIA IONA

Miss Goldia Iona Booth and Mr. William J. Luke were married Tuesday afternoon, february 28th at Topeka, Kans., by Rev. Frank E. Ryerson. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 2, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LUTZ, PAUL ~ SWANK, BESSIE

Paul Lutz and Miss Bessie Swank of Denison were married last Wednesday and went to housekeeping on Thursday on the place vacated by Mr. Haverkrost. (Brick). (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 9, 1922)

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