Married, at the Hotel Republic, Belleville, July 11th, by Rev. Abram Steed, Mr. J.F.R. Brubake, of Tescott, Kan., and Miss H. O. Burkman, of Brantford, Kan.
(Belleville Telescope ~ July 14, 1887 ~ Submitted by Lori DeWinkler)


Judge Bishop united in marriage at the Pacific house on Tuesday evening, Miss Anna Haling and Mr. Jesse Dupes, both of Tescott. The Saline County Journal, December 31, 1891


Word was received in Ottawa last week of the marriage of Mr. Harold Hanson, '16, to Miss Agnes Manford on January 1, 1921, at 2226 Loring Place, New York City. Mr. Hanson will be remembered as school tennis champion for several years and as interested in all forms of school activity. (Ottawa Campus, January 11, 1921)

Jolly - Bradbury

Wednesday evening, October 16, at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Jane Jolly on Rothsay avenue, occurred the marriage of Miss Florence Jolly to Mr. Albert Bradbury.

The ceremony took place at 7 o'clock, in the presence of only the bride's near relatives. Rev. J. L. Phillipi officiated.

Miss Jolly has been one of Ottawa county's best teachers for a few years. Mr. Bradbury is a prosperous farmer, having recently purchased the Will Neely farm. It is on this farm that the newly wedded couple will make their home. The good wishes of all go with them. (Better Way, Minneapolis, Kansas, Oct. 17, 1912, page 7, submitted by Sara Hemp)


Clare S. Price, '12, a son of Dr. and Mrs. Price, was married at St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Elsing, London, on November 25, Thanksgiving Day to Miss Hilda Cummings. Their address is Shire Guildford, Surrey, England. (Ottawa Campus, January 11, 1921)


The county attorney of Ottawa county, Jas. F. Walker, was married on Wednesday to Mrs. Dorsey, of this city, formerly wife of G. W. Brown.  Justice Chadwick performed the ceremony.
(Lawrence Daily Kansas Tribune ~ Saturday ~ October 30, 1869 ~ Page 3)

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