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MARNEY, JAMES I. ~ BELCHER, MAYME F.

The marriage of Miss Mayme F. Belcher of Valencia, to Mr. James I. Marney of Rossville took place Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of M. and Mrs. I. A. Wilson, 1135 North Jackson street. The Rev. Wesley Wills, pastor of the Central Avenue Christian Church read the service. Mr. and Mrs. Marney will make their home in Oklahoma City. Topeka Capital - The bride is a sister of I. M. Belcher and has frequently visited here. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, December 14, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MARTIN, W. C. ~ DACHENHOUSE, BERTHA

Marriages licenses have been issued to:

W. C. Martin and Bertha Dachenhouse. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 5, 1890)

MAY, ISAAC N. ~ YOUNG, SARAH E.

A pretty wedding took place at the home of Wm. Bottom in this city, Wednesday, Sept. 2, when Isaac N. May of Havensville and Sarah E. Young of Holton were married. Rev. R. P. Hamm officiating. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 10, 1908, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McDONALD, G. L. ~ BOWSER, MARY E.

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)

McKIRBY, FRANK ~ CHERRY, KATIE

Mr. Frank McKirby of Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Katie Cherry were married at the home of the bride's mother in this city, January 1. Rev. Powell of Topeka rector of the Episcopal church of Holton officiated in the presence of several guests. They will reside in Kansas City. (Note: You will notice from the Marriage License Listing for December that Mr. Ffrank McKirby is listed as Frank Kirby) (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, January 4,1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McKNIGHT, R. R. ~ HUNTER, CARRIE E.

Married R. R. McKnight of Topeka and Carrie E. Hunter of Axtel were married on the 26th of February by Rev. C. C. Hoffman. (The Holton Weekly Capital, Wednesday, March 5, 1890)

McLANE, THOMAS ~ FULTZ, ELIZABETH

Married. Thomas McLane and Elizabeth Fultz of Jackson county by Rev. David Nation, September 7th. (The Hoyt Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 10, 1890)

McMURRAY, VERNON ~ PIERCE, LEONA

We have been informed that Miss Leona Pierce and Vernon McMurray were married recently in New Mexico. The young couple are well and favorable known in this community and we with their many friends wish them many years of happy married life. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 13, 1965)

MEDLOCK, EDWIN S. ~ SIMMONS, LOUISA E.

Married Edwin S. Medlock and Louisa E. Simmons, of Holton, February 19th, 1890, by Cyrus Hurrel, justice of the peace. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 6, 1890)

MILLER, GEORGE ~ FERNKOPF, PEARLE

The marriage of Miss Pearle Fernkopf, and Mr. George Miller will take place this evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fernkopf. Rev. G. (C.?) F. Barthel will perform the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of the Holton High School and since her graduation has been employed as a stenographer in the office of County Agent Leker. The bridgegroom is a son of Harry Miller, who lives near Holton. He is employed by Canfield Lumber company. The young couple will be at home to their friends in Mrs. Walker Smith's residence property, 321 Vermont. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, May 4, 1922)

MILNER, GEORGE P. ~ KEEHN, BERTHA L.

Married - George P. Milner and Bertha L. Keehn, of Corning by Judge M. L. Wilson. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 13, 1890)

MITCHELL, L. D. ~ MOORE, ANNIE

Married L. D. Mitchell, of Holton and Annie Moore, of Whiting by Rev. Levi Gattman, May 14, 1890. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 21, 1890)

MOORE, SHUBEAL ~ TREZIES, HONOR

Married at the Presbyterian parsonage, Feb. 20th, Mr. Shubeal Moore of St. Marys, and Miss Honor Trezies, of Adrian by Rev. S. L. Allison. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 26, 1890)

MOORE, WM. ~ SMITH, MARY

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)

MORRIS, CHARLES ~ DUTTON, FLORENCE

Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Florence Dutton, daughter of Mr. Issac Dutton of 1520 West Sixteenth street and Mr. Charles Morris of Delia, which took place Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at Grace Cathedral.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris have gone to Kansas City on a short wedding trip and after August 1 will be home on a farm near Delia. The bride has been a nurse for the past few years at Christ hospital, receiving her training there. --Topeka Journal. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, June 2, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MORRIS, JAMES LLOYDE ~ CLELAND, EDITH

The marriage of Miss Edith Cleland to Mr. James Lloyde Morris was solemnized Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Cleland, at Hoyt. Preceeding the ceremony Miss Viola Bergeson sang, "I Love You Truly," accompanied at the piano by Miss Helen Maxwell. To the strains of Mendelsohn's wedding march played by Mrs. R.M. Mauzey, the bridal party entered the living room. The service was read by the Rev. J.J. Janssen of St. Marys, in front of a bank of California ferns and smilax, with large baskets of Ophelia roses on either side. The tall alter candles standing back of the baskets and white candles placed throughout the room furnished the only light. Mrs. Morris had as her attendants little Rosemary Mauzey, who acted as flower girl, and her little cousin, Mary Ann Porterfield, who was ring bearer. Miss Vera Cleland of Baldwin, a cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid and Mr. Guy Salts, a cousin of Mr. Morris as his best man.
The bride's dress was of white satin crepe beaded in pearls with a veil of tulle worn with a bandeau of orange blossoms. She carried a shower of Ophelia roses and lillies of the valley. The bridesmaid wore orchid georgette with silver trimming and carried Columbia roses.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris have many friends in Topeka and Mrs. Morris has held a secretarial position in the state house for the past three years and Mr. Morris, who is a son of Mr. and MRs. James Morris of Hoyt, was graduated from the Washburn school of law in June. He is a member of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. Afer a trip east Mr. and Mrs. Morris will be at home to their friends in Oskaloosa, where Mr. Morris will begin his practice of law.--Topeka Capital. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, December 20, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MORRIS, JAMES ~ SALTS, KATIE

Married - March 13, at the residence of the bride by Rev. A. S. Payne, Katie Salts and James Morris. The happy couple have our congratulations. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 19, 1890)

NAYLOR, EDWIN H. ~ EMERY, CAROLINE

Married at the residence of Dr. Thomas Milam, Mr. Edwin H. Naylor of Denver, Colorado, and Miss Caroline Emery of Wetmore on the 19th inst., by Rev. Allison. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 26, 1890)

NEWMAN, S. F. ~ NEWMAN, ESTELLA

Married. Mr. S.F. Newman to Miss Estella Newman, daughter of Samuel Newman, on Monday, the 10th instant. After the ceremony the newly-married couple took a trip to Kentucky, the home of the bridegroom. Rev. Friend performed the ceremony. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 12, 1890)

NICHOLS, Dr. J. G.  ~  HOCKHAM, CLARA

MATRIMONIAL

For some weeks past it has been rumored in our community that a wedding was upon the tapis.  The curious have been spying out indications and the prophets have been prophesying, and on last Tuesday morning, at the Methodist Church, at 8 o'clock, in the presence of a goodly number of invited guests and a few voluntary spectators, the affair culminated in the marriage, by Rev. W. H. Sweet, according to the beatiful and impressive ceremony of the Episcopal Church, of Dr. J. G. Nichols and Mrs. Clara Hockham, both well known and highly respected citizens of this county.

At 2 o'clock p.m. of the same day, the hour designated in the invitations, the inviated guests, as follows:

Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Sweet, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Scott, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tucker, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. King, Rev. and Mrs. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cordon, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hixon, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Porterfield, Mr. and Mrs. Rogg Hogg, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Roby, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Richardson, Miss Josie Williams, Mrs. J. P. Moore, Miss Addie Hixon, Miss Jeaneth Hogg, Mrs. G. W. Drake, Mr. Angello Nichols, Mr. Charles Nichols, Miss Nellie Nichols, and Mrs. A. A. Fenn, of Leavenworth, assembled at the residence of Mrs. Nichols, one mile east of town, and were received by the bride and groom and entertained in splendid style.

The dinner was elaborate--in fact beyond our powers of description.  Suffice to say that it was composed of about everything edible that could be obtained in this latitude, and was served in the best of style.

Miss Nellie Nichols, Mrs. W. H. Jones and Mrs. A. A. Fenn assisted the host and hostess admirably in entertaining the company.

Mrs. J. T. Scott, Mrs. G. F. King, Miss Josie Williams and Miss Clara Hockham added greatly to the entertainment, by the excellent music they furnished.

The company broke up late in the afternoon, and after pressing their congratulations upon the happy couple, betook themselves to their respective homes, feeling that the occasion was one of the pleasantest and most enjoyable they ever attended.
(The Holton Weekly ~ June 14, 1877 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

NOBLE, JAMES ~ EDWARDS, MYRTLE

James Noble, the eldest son of C.W. Noble, of this city, was married yesterday to Miss Myrtle Edwards, at the bride's home at Lowemont, Kansas. The family of C.W. Noble were all present at the wedding. James is an energetic, industrious young man and is in very way worthy of the fair bride he has won. He will take his wife to his farm near Whiting upon which he has just built a new home. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 25, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PARKS, WM. ~ SMITH ANNA

Married Wm. Parks and Anna Smith of Holton by Judge M. L. Wilson, January 28th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 5, 1890)

PAULEN, BEN E. ~ ELLIS, BARBARA

Miss Barbara Ellis, the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Ellis, was married to Mr. Ben E. Paulen, yesterday at her home in this city. Dr. Edwin Locke officiated. Mr. Paulen is a young merchant of Fredonia, Kan., and it is there he and his bride will reside. Only the immediate relatives witnessed the ceremony. The young couple left at once for their new home, taking with them the good wishes of a host of friends. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, February 15, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PETTIJOHN, WILLIAM  ~  MATTHEWS, CORA

MARRIED

Wm. S. Pettijohn and Mrs Cora S. Matthews were united in marriage at the home of the groom, near Hoyt, Kan., on the evening of July 3, 1900, Rev. Geo H. Clarke officiating.  May life's journey be happy and prosperous, is the wish of many friends.
(Holton Recorder ~ Thursday ~ July 12, 1900 ~ Page 8 ~ Transribed by Lori DeWinkler)

PITSCHE, WILLIAM ~ ANNAN, MAUDE

Holton friends received announcements this week of the marriage of Miss Maude Annan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Annan, of Fostoria and Mr. William Pitsche of Holton, Sunday, March 25. The bride made her home in Holton a number of years ago and has a great many friends here who will welcome her return to Holton. Mr. and Mrs. Pitsche will make their home on a farm near Holton. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 29, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PLOTNER, S. L. ~ WASSON, OLIVE L.

Married - S. L. Plotner and Olive L. Wasson, in this city, August 28 by Judge Wilson. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 3, 1890)

PLUMMER, A. ~ WILSON, LOUISA

Mr. A. Plummer of Moodyville, Pottawatomie county, Kansas and Mrs. Louisa Wilson of this place, were united in marriage by Elder Dowing at the bride's residence on last Thursday evening, January 30th at 8 o'clock.

After the ceremony the band called at the residence of their best selections. The wedded couple went to Mr. Plummer's residence in Pottawatomie county, Friday but were called back Saturday by a telegram announcing the injury sustained by Sherman Wilson, son of Mrs. Plummer. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 5, 1890)

PLUMMER, AMOS ~ WILSON, LOUISA

Married Amos Plummer of Moodyville, Louisa Wilson of Soldier, by Rev. R. L. Downing, January 30th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 5, 1890)

POWELL, WILLIS KENNETH ~ CANFIELD, MINA ROSE

A marriage license was issued Tuesday in Topeka to Mina Rose Canfield of Holton and Willis Kenneth Powell of Kanas City. Mrs. Robert Canfield and Miss Mina went to Topeka Tuesday morning. Mr. Powell's home is in Kansas City, but he is working at Ellsworth, Kan. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, July 7, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

POWERS, EDWIN C. ~ COULSON, ELSIE

Miss Elsie Coulson and Mr. Edwin C. Powers, were married March 9 at Norton, Kansas. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. H. M. Bailey of Holton and is a graduate of the Holton High School. She is a nurse in the sanitarium at Norton. her Holton friends extend hearty congratulations. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 22, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PRICE, HENRY ~ LUTZ, LOUISA

Married - Henry Price and Louisa Lutz, March 25th, by Rev. Mueller. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 2, 1890)

RICKERT, WILLIAM ~ ALLEN, ANNA

The marriage of Miss Anna Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Allen, Jr., 911 West Eighth avenue, and Mr. William Rickert of Marysville, will place Monday evening at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. W. M. Mayfield of Kansas City, Mo., will read the marriage ceremony. Guests at the wedding will include onlyl relatives and a few friends. After a trip in the west, Mr. Ricket and bride will be at home in Marysville, Kans. - Topeka State Journal (The Holton Signal, Thursday, July 6, 1922)

ROOT, ALBERT C. ~ CAMPDORAS, VIRGINIA J.

We have received card announcing the marriage of Mr. Albert C. Root and Miss Virginia J. Campdoras, which occurred at the bride's home in North Topeka, Kansas, on December 24th. They will be at home to their friends after January 15th. Our readers will remember Albert as the son of Frank A. Root, formerly editor of the Holton Express. He is an enterprising, honest and industrious young man. His bride is a highly educated and refined young lady. The Signal extends to them its cordial congratulations. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, January 8, 1890)

RULE, WILLIAM ~ THOMPSON, BERTHA J.

Married - William Rule of Holton and Bertha J. Thompson, of Soldier, by Rev. S. L. Hunter, August 18th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 20, 1890)

SCANLIN, BART ~ MARSH, MATTIE

Married, Bart Scanlin, and Miss Mattie Marsh, July 9th, by Rev. Allison. Both of Holton. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, July 16, 1890)

SCHREIBER, WAYNE A. ~ KLUSMIRE, GLADYS I.

Gladys I. Klusmire and Wayne A. Schreiber were married at 11 o'clock at the Presbyterian manse by Rev. A. E. Wardner. Mr. and Mrs. Schreiber have rooms at the Grant Funk home. They were divorced about a year ago. She has been in St. Joseph and Iowa visiting relativings. A reconciliation has been affected. She came Saturday morning on the 10:48 Grand Island going at once to the manse where they were remarried. Hiawatha Daily World. (the bride is a former Holton girl and has many friends here.) The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 13, 1922)

SCHRODER, JOHN A. ~ RAMEY, CORA A.

Marriages Licenses:

John A. Schroder, of Soldier and Miss Cora A. Ramey of Circleville, March 3rd. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 12, 1890)

SCOTT, O. J. ~ SEWELL, CALLIE

Married O. J. Scott of Denison and Callie Sewell of Larkin, February 15, 1890 by Rev. Robert E. Steward. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 19, 1890)

SEABOLD, A. J. ~ ANDERS, LOUIE

Register of Deeds A. J. Seabold was married Sunday to Miss Louie Anders, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anders of Adrian township. Judge Dimm performed the ceremony in his office at the court house. Mr. and Mrs. Seabold will go to house keeping at once in their home in the southeast part of the city. The friends of the groom called at his office frequently Monday morning to offer congratulations. The Recorder extends its best wishes to the happy couple. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, October 18, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHAW,  BRUCE  ~  MARSHALL,  LINDA

MARSHALL -- SHAW  WED

Announcement is being made of the recent marriage vows exchanged between Miss Linda Marshall and Bruce Shaw, both of Holton, Kansas.  The Reverends Keith Bradbury and Arthur Faust performed the 7:30 p.m. double ring ceremony at the United Methodist Church at Holton.  The altar was banked with candles and bouquets of painted daises and mums.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Marshall of Holton, Kansas, and Mrs. Ted Shaw, also of Holton, Kansas, and formerly of the Mt. Auburn and La Porte City area.

The bride wire a white lace and polyester organza gown and a matching cap on her elbow length veil.  She carried a bouquet of daisies, mums and baby's breath.

The maid of honor was Sandra Blackwell and bridesmaids were Linda Roberts, Janine Sawyer and Rhonda Mitchell.  Candlelighters were Brenda Kay Shaw and Michael West.  Ringbearer was Charles Ireland.

Scott Bartlett served the groom as best man.  Groomsmen were Bernard and Jeffry Shaw, brothers of the groom, and Ronald Marshall, brother of the bride.

The guests were seated by Donald Oldehoeft, Steven Shaw, Stanley Shaw and Alan Shaw, cousins of the groom.

After a reception for approximately 200 people in the basement of the church the bride and groom left on a wedding trip to Ohio.

Mrs. Shaw works in the office of Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Topeka and the groom is assistant manager of the IGA Store in Valley Falls.  They will be at home near Holton.

Guests were from Kansas City, Topeka, Hoyt, Valley Falls and Holton, Kansas, and from Vinton and Mt. Auburn, Iowa.
(La Porte City, Iowa, Progressive Review ~ Wednesday, July 9, 1975 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)

SHELTON, JAMES L. ~ BALDWIN, LETHA

Miss Letha Baldwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baldwin of Holton and Mrs. James L. Shelton were married in Kansas City, Mo., December 7, the Rev. Mason of Kansas City, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton expect to spend Christmas in Holton with his parents. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, December 14, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHOFF, DEWY ~ JENSEN, ESTHER

Dewy Shoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shoff of Holton and Miss Esther Jensen of Topeka were married in Topeka, October 7, 1921. Dewy is a painter employed by the Santa Fe. (The Holton Signal, February 23, 1922)

SHRADER, RALPH ~ HAND, ELIZABETH

Mrs. Katharine Hand, announces the engagement of her daughter, Elizabeth to Mr. Ralph Shrader. The wedding will take place soon. - Topeka Capital. Miss Hand taught English in the Senior High school during the year just closed. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, May 31, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, ANDREW ~ CONNOR, ALMEDA

Marriage licenses have been issued to Andrew Smith and Almeda Connor. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 5, 1890)

SMITH, SHERMAN ~ McANN, FRONIA

Mr. Sherman Smith and Miss Fronia McAnn were married last Sunday at 3 o'clock p.m. by Rev. Hunter, at the residence of James Mccann. Both parties are old residents of Soldier and have the best wishes of many friends. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 26, 1890)

SPRINGER, ERNEST ~ RICHARDSON, LORA O.

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)

SRIGEL, S. A. ~ DARLING, CARRIE MAY

Married, S. A. Srigel and Carrie May Darling of Hoyt by Judge Wilson, July 13th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, July 16, 1890)

STAHL, ALBERT ~ BACON, CORINNE

Miss Corinne Bacon and Mr. Albert Stahl were married Sunday evening by Probate Judge Clark. Mr. and Mrs. stahl will make their home at 414-1/2 Pennsylvania for the present. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bacon and has for some time been assistant in Dr. Ray Woodworth's Dental Office. She will continue her work in the office. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Agnes stahl. He is a clerk at the Sterling Clothing Company. Mr. and Mrs. Stahl have many friends who will wish them happiness. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 20, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STEWART, W. J. ~ HOSLER, LAURA

Married - W. J. Stewart and Laura Hosler, of Valley were married by Judge Wilson, Thursday. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 6, 1890)

STRANG, WILILAM ~ FOSTER, JULIA A.

Married Wiliam Strang of Corning and Julia A. Foster of Soldier, by Judge M. L. Wilson, January 30th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 5, 1945)

STREET, E. M. ~ GAMBLE, EFFIE A.

E. M. Street and Miss Effie A. Gamble, both of St. Joseph, Mo., arrived at the Josephine Hotel Saturday afternoon. After a visit to Judge Wilson to procure a license, they were united in marriage by Rev. Mr. Brown, the Baptist minister. Mr. Street is a baggage master on the main line of the Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Street stopped at the Josephine until Sunday afternoon when they left for Kansas City. (The Holton Weekly Signal, December 17, 1890)

THOMPSON, RICHARD W. ~ RODGER, GERTIE

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)

TREZISE, WM. ~ ANDRICH, ANNA

Married at the residence of W. H. Brown, on the 11th inst., Wm. Trezise to Miss Anna Andrich. May their days be many and happy. Cross Creek. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 16, 1890)

Married: - Thursday, April 10th, at the residence of Mr. W. Brown, Mr. William Trezise, of Adrian, and Miss Annie Andrich, of Avoca, by Rev. J. Trezise, of Lancaster. At 9:30 p.m. Miss Mary Trezise was seated at the organ and as she was playing the second measure of the wedding march the groom entered with his intended bride by his side and marched to the room where they were united in matrimony. After much joy and happiness and good success in life had been wished to the newly married couple by all who were present, they were seated. The bride was arrayed in a beautiful and tasteful costume, and the groom wore a handsome black.

After supper the orchestra furnished very fine music and the young people engaged in dancing and merry making until a very late hour. There were more than one hundred guests present. The last carriage rolled away at 5 o'clock Friday morning. A Friend. (The Holton Weely Signal, Wednesday, April 23, 1890)

TROWER, E. E. ~ DYCHE, R. J.

Married - E. E. Trower, and R. J. Dyche, by Rev. T. K. Roach, August 7th. Both of Horton. (The Horton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 13, 1890)

TURNER, SQUIRE E. ~ MYERS, MARTHA M.

Miss Martha Myers and Mr. Squier Turner were married at Holton last Wednesday. Miss Myers is the only daughter of Mose Myers of Circleville and Mr. Turner is one of our prosperous young farmers. We wish them a happy married life. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 19, 1890)

Married S. E. Turner and Martha M. Myers of Circleville, by M. L. Wilson, February 12, 1890. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 19, 1890)

VINE, CHRISTOPHER A. ~ RUGGE, MARY

Christopher A. Vine and Mary Rugge, of Netawaka, by Rev. E. B. Wells, September 3d. Many nice presents were left with the happy pair. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 10, 1890)

WARD, THOMAS J. ~ WEBB, MARY E.

Married - Thomas J. Ward and Mary E. Webb, of Holton, September 18th by Rev. Friend. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, September 24, 1890)

WARD, WM. ~ DRACE, NEVADA

Mr. Wm. Ward and Miss Nevada Drace were united in marriage at the residence of John F. Drace on Christmas night at 7 o'clock p.m. by Elder Slade presiding elder of the United Brethren church. Only a few intimate friends were in attendance. We wish them unbounded happiness. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, December 31, 1890)

WARK, G. W. ~ BROWN, ANNA DELLA

A marriage license was issued last week to G. W. Wark, of Birmingham and Anna Della Brown of Circleville. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 2, 1890)

WHITCRAFT, THOMAS F. ~ PURETT, MOLLIE M.

Licenses have been issued to Thomas F. Whitcraft, and Mollie M. Purett, of Circleville. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, January 29, 1890)

WOODRUFF, W. W. ~ HARRISON, MAGGIE

Married W. W. Woodruff, of Soldier, and Maggie Harrison, of Holton by Rev. W. H. Jones. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 16, 1890)

WOODWORTH, RAY DR. ~ DOLAN, MAUDE GIDEON

Mrs. Maude Gideon-Dolan and Dr. Ray Woodworth were married yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Gideon, Rev. Horace Goodin officiating. Miss Alta Francis sang before the ceremony. the bride wore a gown of white silk crepe and carried a boquet of bride's roses. Dr. and Mrs. Woodworth left immediately after the ceremony for a brief wedding trip and upon their return will be at home in Holton. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 27, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WOODWORTH, WM. ~ CLOWE, NELLIE

The marriage of Miss Nellie Clowe of Holton, to Wm. Woodworth of this place, last Wednesday morning, was something of a surprise to some in this vicinity. The bride is a bright accomplished young lady with a winning personality that makes friends with all whom she associates. She taught her first term of scholl in the Woodworth district last winter and gave good satisfaction. This summer she has been engaged in teaching music. The groom is a young farmer of sterling worth and is in every way worthy of the bride he has won. We extend hearty congratulations.(Straight Creek.) (The Holton Researcher, Thursday, August 19, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WOOLARD, ALFRED W. ~ BARNES, SOPHIE

On Sunday, the 16th instant, by the Rev. Friend, at the bride's home, in this city, Mr. Alfred W. Woolard, fo Sehome, Washington, and Miss Sophie Barnes, of Holton. A number of friends were present to witness the ceremony and partake of a sumptuous dinner, after which the newly married couple went to St. Joseph.

Mr. Woolard is engaged in the real estate business in Washington territory and is a civil engineer, and is a respected and honorable young man. He is to be congratulated in having won for his wife one of Holton's handsomest and best young ladies. May happiness and prosperity attend them on the Pacific coast. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, Febraury 19, 1890)

WURSCH, CHAS. ~ JACKMAN, ALICE J.

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)


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