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Marriage Announcements




ABBETT - GREEN

MARRIED.
At the parsonage, Farmington, Minn., Aug. 23d, 1866, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Mr. JAMES H. ABBETT and Miss MARY J. GREEN, both of Hampton.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, August 28, 1866.]


ALLEN - TRIPP
MARRIED.
In the Baptist Church at Hastings, at the close of the morning service, Oct. 25, by Prof. T. F. Thickston, Mr. Abner B. Allen and Miss Flora L. Tripp.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 27, 1863; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


ANTHONY - THOMPSON

Source: Minneapolis Journal (Thursday, 10 June 1897) transcribed by FoFG mz Hastings, Minn., June 10. - Ernest C. Anthony, electrician, of Chicago, and Miss Kate M. Thompson, one of Hastings' popular young ladies, and only daughter of William Thompson, Hastings wealthy and well-known lumberman, were married in Minneapolis yesterday, leaving on the evening train for their future home in Chicago.


BALL - BOOTH
MARRIED.
In St. Luke's Church, Dec. 26th, 1865, by the Rev. Dr. Merrick, Mrs. ROSALIE E. O. BOOTH to Mr. CHARLES O. BALL, all of Hastings.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 26, 1865.]


ATHERTON - WILLEY

MARRIED.
At the residence of the bride's father, in the town of Nininger, Aug. 11th, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. MINER ATHERTON, of Rosemount, and Miss FANNIE M. WILLEY.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, August 14, 1866.]


BARNS - HERBST
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Thursday, 4 Aug. 1898) transcribed by FoFG mz Hastings, Minn., Aug. 4. - C. Monroe Barns and Miss Emma Herbst of St. Paul were married at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Susanna Herbst last evening, at 8 o'clock, the Rev. E. M. Duff, officiating. Following the ceremony an informal reception took place, only relatives and immediate friends being present. The bride was formerly of this city and is an amiable young lady, held in high esteem. The groom is a well-known young business man of St. Paul. They left on the late train for their future home in the capital city, accompanied by the hearty congratulations of a large circle of friends.


BARNUM - WALLACE
MARRIED.
In Hastings, March 11th, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. ABRAHAM BARNUM and Miss CORRILLA WALLACE, all of this city.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, March 13, 1866.]


BEHMER - HEISLER
MARRIED.
In this city, Oct. 18th, 1866, by Andrew P. Fitch, esq., Mr. Sebastian Behmer and Mrs. Theresa Heisler, both of Dakota County.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, October 23, 1866.]


BIRMINGHAM - SWEENEY

MARRIED.
- At Hastings, Minn., Sept. 14th, 1880, by the Rev. J. B. Houlton, T. F. Birmingham of St. Paul, to Mary Sweeney of Hastings, Minn.
[Source: Daily Globe (St. Paul, MN) September 15, 1880]


BLAKE - WOLF
MARRIED.
In Hastings, on the 10th inst., by Seagrave Smith, esq. probate judge, Mr. D. A> Blake and Miss Mary Wolf, all of Hastings.

We have heard of marriages on short notice, but this beats them all. A courtship of fifteen minutes, the deed was accomplished, and the Wolf tamed. Such is life.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, November 17, 1863]


BOICK - POOR
MARRIED. In this city, March 28, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. Leonard Boick and Miss Mary M. Poor, both of Vermillion
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, April 3, 1866.]


BONHAM - HOUTS
MARRIED.
At the residence of John Houts, Esq., in Farmington, July 22d, 1866, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Mr. Allen J. Bonham of Lakeville, and Miss Arthula A. Houts, of Farmington.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 31, 1866, transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


BUNKER - THOMPSON
MARRIED.
December 6th, at the house of the bride's father, in West St. Paul, by the Rev. L. D. Brown, Mr. A. H. BUNKER to Miss SERENA THOMPSON. No Cards.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 12, 1865.]


BUSHMAN - SMITH
Are To Wed
Hastings, Minn.: W. F. Bushman and Miss Elizabeth Smith.
[Source: St. Paul Daily Globe (MN) October 15, 1887]


BUTTERFIELD - GARDNER
MARRIED.
In Hastings, Nov. 7th, 1865, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. Daniel Butterfield and Miss Mary E. Gardner, both of Prescott, Wis.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, November 14, 1865.]


CAHOES - TRAUX

MARRIED.
At Nininger, by Rev. C. S. Le Duc, on the 1st inst., John Cahoes and Christiann D. Truax, both of Point Douglas.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) November 3, 1863, transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


CARLSON - GAENG
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Sunday, 7 July 1912) transcribed by FoFG mz Hastings, Minn. - John A. Carlson of Princeton, Ill., and Miss Eleanor F. Gaeng of this city were married.


CLARK - DEVANEY

Hastings, Minn., Sept. 11.-Peter Clark, of Milwaukee, and Miss Margaret U. Devaney, of Nininger, were married at the Church of the Guardian Angel yesterday. They will make Milwaukee their home.
[Source: Minneapolis Journal (MN) September 11, 1895]


CLURE - FOWLER

Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to Edwin S. Rosenberg, aged 22, and Alberta M. Fowler, aged 20, both of Council Bluffs, and to Charles Clure of Hastings, Minn. Aged 63, and Mrs. Nellie Fowler, of Council Bluffs, aged 50. The first named bride is the daughter of the latter.
[Source: Omaha World Herald (NE) October 22, 1897.]


COLBY - TOMPKINS

MARRIED. In this city, Sept. 11th, 1866, by Andrew P. Fitch, esq., Mr. FRANK H. COLBY and Miss ELIZABETH TOMPKINS, both of this county.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1866.]


COWLES - COWLES
MARRIED.
In Farmington, Aug. 16, Walter C. Cowles, of Hastings, Minn., to Helen M. daughter of Thomas Cowles, Esq.
[Source: Columbian Register (New Haven, CT) Saturday, August 25, 1860.]


CROOK - MONIER
MARRIED.
In this city, Dec. 14th, 1865, by P. Hartshorn, esq., Mr. WHITMORE S. CROOK and Miss JULIA A. MONNIER, of Marshan.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, December 19, 1865.]


CROPPER - BLASDELL
MARRIED.
At the parsonage in Farmington, July 21st, 1866, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Madison Cropper, esq., of Hampton and Miss Grace Blasdell, of Lakeville.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 31, 1866.]


CROSBY - SPRAGUE

Marriages.
In Christ's Church, Cooperstown, N. Y. Wednesday, May 30, by Rev. S. H. Symott, F. M. CROSBY, of Hastings, Minn., and Miss HELEN M. SPRAGUE, of Cooperstown.
[Source: Vermont Phoenix (Brattleboro, VT) Friday, June 8, 1866]

Also
MARRIED. In Christs Church, Cooperstown, N. Y., May 30th, 1866, by the Rev. S. H. Synnott, F. M. CROSBY, esq., of this city, and Miss HELEN M. SPRAGUE, of Coopers Town.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 12, 1866.]


DANCE - WICKERSHAM
MARRIED.
At Oak Hill, O., Oct. 24th, 1865, by the Rev. Mr. Hill, Mr. Josbph C. Dance, of Douglas, Dakota County, Minn., and Miss Sallie J. Wickersham, of Chicago, Ill.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, October 31, 1865.]


DAVIDSON - WARNER

MARRIED.
In Red Wing by Rev. E. Tucker, on the 18th of May, Mr. Wm. Davidson and Miss Jennie M. Warner, both of Dakota County.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) May 7, 1863]

DAVLON - SHAUGHNESSY
Are To Wed
Rosemount, Minn.: John Davlon and Mary A. Shaughnessy.
[Source: St. Paul Daily Globe (MN) October 15, 1887]


DICKMAN - STINE

MARRIED.
In this city, on the 25th of Sept., 1866, by C. W. Crosby, Esq., Mr. JOHN DICKMAN and Miss ELLEN STINE, both of Dakota County.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, September 25, 1866.]


DINGLE-NELSON

DEVILS LAKE MAN WEDS.
Victor S. Dingle, a popular young man of Devils Lake, was married on Sunday at Cooperstown, his bride being Miss Nanna Nelson of Rosemount, Minn. The ceremony was performed by the groom's father, Rev. J. G. Dingle at the Methodist parsonage and the happy pair will make their home at Dingleholm near Chautauqua.


DOFFING-STUMPF
WEDDING IN HASTINGS
John Doffing and Miss Mary Stumpf of Hampton were married Monday by Rev. Gregory Koering.
[Minneapolis Journal, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Thursday, January 13, 1898.]


DOYLE - ROWAY
MARRIED
On the 17th inst., in the Catholic Church, at Hastings, by the Rev. J. R. McMatron, Dennis Doyle, Esq., of Kilkenny, LeSueur county, to Mary Catherine, youngest daughter of Leonard Joseph Roway, Esq., of Hastings, Minnesota.
[Source: St. Paul Daily Pioneer (MN) Tuesday, 25 Aug. 1857; transcribed by FoFG mz]


DREIS - ESCHWEILER

MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Clerk Blandin issued marriage licenses during the past week as follows:
J. P. Dreis, 28, Vermillion, Minn.
Katie Eschweiler, 30, Riceville, Ia.
[Source: Twice-a-week Plain Dealer (Cresco, IA) June 14, 1910.]


DUNN - McDERMOTT

MARRIED.
On the 15th inst., by the Rev. L. Caillet, Mr. Walter Dunn, of Dakota County, to Miss LIZZIE AGNES McDERMOTT, of St. Paul.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, August 21, 1866.]


DUNNEGAN - DOSS
MARRIAGE LICENSE
A marriage license was issued yesterday to Thomas Dunnegan and Miss Jessie E. Doss of South St. Paul.
[Source: Minneapolis Journal ( Minneapolis , Minn. ) Thursday, 15 Oct. 1896; transcribed by FoFG mz]


DUTTLE - BARKULON
MARRIED.
Oct. 28th, 1863, at the residence of the bride's father, in Farmington, by James Duttle, esq., Mr. J. M. Fletcher to Miss S. C. Barkulon, all of Empire City, Dakota County, Minn.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, November 10, 1863, transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


ETHERIDGE - FROST
MARRIED.
In this city, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 23d, by the Rev. C. S. Le Due, Dr. F. B. Etheridge and Miss R. M. Frost, all of Hastings.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, October 30, 1866.]


FABY - WIUSEN
Miss Evelyn A. Wiusen and William E. Faby were married Tuesday evening at Hastings by Rev. J. A. Fitzgerald.
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Thursday, 8 June 1899) transcribed by FoFG mz


FEIPREL - ARNDT

Hastings, Minn., Sept. 25.-A pretty wedding took place at St. Mary's church, New Trier, yesterday, the contracting parties being Joseph M. Fieprel and Miss Mary B. Arndt, of Hampton, Rev. Gregory Koering officiating. A reception was held in the evening at the residence of the groom's parents.
[Source: Minneapolis Journal (MN) Wednesday, September 25, 1895.]


FIFIELD - WALKER

MARRIED.
In Osceola, Wis., Sept. 25, 1866, by the Rev. S. T. Catlin, Mr. H. O. FIFIELD, of Prescott, and Miss EMMA WALKER, of the former place.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 2, 1866.]


FITCH - DEZELL
MARRIED.
In this city, July 7th, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Andrew P. Fitch, esq., and Miss Annie Dezell, both of Hastings.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 10, 1866]


FOLLETT - SCHULLER
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minn.) Tuesday, 27 June 1899; transcribed by FoFG mz
Miss May Schuller of St. Paul and William H. Follett of Hastings were married in St. Luke's church, Hastings, last evening, by Rev. P. H. Linley. Miss May Durr of Hastings was maid of honor and Charles Houghtaling of St. Paul was best man.


FOLSOM - WYCKOFF
MARRIED.
In Hastings, Oct. 14th, 1866, at the residence of Mr. J. A. Scott, by the Rev. G. W. T. Wright, A. M, Mr. W. X. Folsom, of Taylor's Falls, and Miss Ella C. Wyckoff, of this city.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, October 23, 1866.]


FREY - WAGNER
WEDDING IN HASTINGS.
Hastings, Minn., Jan. 11.-The marriage of Jacob R. Frey of Appleton and Miss Mary Wagner of this city was solemnized at St. Boniface church yesterday, the Rev. Othmar Erren officiating. An informal reception was held in the evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wagner.
[Minneapolis Journal, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Thursday, January 13, 1898.]

FRIES - HORN
Are To Wed
Hampton, Minn.: Cornelius Fries and Miss Kate Horn.
[Source: St. Paul Daily Globe (MN) October 15, 1887]


FULLER - STAN
MARRIED.
In this city, July 30th, 1866, by C. W. Crosby, esq., Mr. Otto Fuller and Miss Lucy Stam, both of Northfield.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 31, 1866]


GARBER - JOHN
MARRIED.
In this city, June 28th, by Andrew P. Fitch, esq., Mr. Jacob Garber and Miss Elizabeth John, both of Hastings.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 3, 1866.]


GARDNER - BREWSTER

A BRIDAL, AND A BABY BAPTISM.
Last evening at the residence of her father, Mr. U. S. Brewster, Miss Julia Brewster was married to Mr. Stephen P. Gardner, of Hastings, Minn., by the Rev. George Noyes, of Evanston.

The affair was kept very quiet, invitations being extended to only a few of the intimate family friends.

The bridal toilet was modest and becoming; the presents tasteful, and the refreshments included the delicacies of the season.

The occasion was one of double interest, as it included the christening the bride's 2-week's-old baby brother, who behaved admirable, considering the short length of time he had been accustomed to society.

Later in the evening the bridal couple left on a tour to end in their new home in Minnesota.
[Source: Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago, IL) Friday, June 29, 1877.]


GOODLOVE - PYLE
MARRIED. At the house of Mr. Pyle, in the town of Douglas, June 20th 1866, Mr. WM. H. GOODLOVE, of Lynn County, Iowa, and Miss SARAH C. PYLE of Dakota County, Minn.
We are indebted to the fair bride for a generous supply of cake, for which she has our thanks. If their love is as good as the cake we hope they may have a pyle of it.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 26, 1866.]


GREIL - SCHRONER
MARRIED.
In Hastings, Nov. 23d, 1865, by CW. Crosby, esq., Mr. Michael Greil, of Hampton, Dakota County, Minn., and Miss Katherine Schroner, of the same place.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, November 14, 1865.]


GREWE - SUVER
MARRIED.
In West St. Paul, Nov. 30, 1865, by the Rev. Wm. Roberts, Mr. WILLIAM GREWE and Miss MARY SUVER, both of this county.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 5, 1865.]


HALL - BRINGHAM

THE TANDEM ELOPERS
Hastings, Minn., Aug. 14.-Lewis Hall and Gertie Bringham, the young elopers, were taken back to Northfield yesterday afternoon by Chief of Police F. L. White of that city.
[Source: Minneapolis Journal (MN) August 14, 1896.]

TRAGEDY AND ROMANCE MIXED
Hastings, Minn., Aug. 29.-The elopement of Lewis Hall and Gertie Brigham from Dundas to this city finally terminated in their marriage and the sending of the father of the girl to the insane asylum at Rochester.
[Source: Aberdeen Daily News (SD) August 29, 1896.]


HANSON - FOLLETT

SENSATION AT A WEDDING
Special to Minneapolis Tribune from Hastings, Minn., Aug. 28.-The marriage of C. W. Hanson to Miss Emma Follett, daughter of L. S. Follett, last evening, was perhaps the most interesting wedding, when taking into consideration the circumstances surrounding it, that ever took place in this city, made so by the sudden appearance of an interested party from Minneapolis in the person of Miss Bessie Raymer. Miss Raymer says she became acquented [sic.]with Mr. Hanson at Eau Clair, where his mother lives, a year ago last May. A pleasant summer's courtship culminated in an engagement of marriage. She spent last winter in St. Paul clerking in a confectionary store at 408 Wabasha street. She then secured a situation in the central telephone office at Minneapolis, where she has been for the last few months. She knew nothing definitely of the relations existing between Miss Follett and her intended husband, but had caught from the telephone wires occasional hints from Hastings intended for other ears, intimating that Mr. Hanson was paying considerable attention to a young lady of this city. She paid but little attention to this, as his letters came regularly, profuse with endearing words and noble sentiments. Last Saturday the climax was reached when she received from friends a paper containing a full account of the intended marriage of Mr. Hanson to another lady. This so wrought upon her mind that upon Sunday she decided to come to Hastings and see what could be done. Arriving at 9:30 p. m. she immediately sent word to Mr. Follett that she wished an interview with him. On informing Mr. Follett of the relation existing between Mr. Hanson and herself he became very indignant at his prospective son-in-law. She then had an interview with Mr. Hanson, who made no defense, but after his pleading for a long time, she decided to return to Minneapolis and let the case rest. Accordingly on Monday night, she was accompanied to the depot by Mr. Hanson with a fond "good bye, but not forever." The great bugbear, however, was not so easily overcome as Mr. Hanson imagined. On Tuesday she returned more determined than ever to defeat the marriage. She secured an attorney, and tried to have a warrant issued for Hanson's arrest, but some kink in the law prevented. She pleaded with the minister and friends of the bride's family, but without avail. She had repeated interviews with Mr. Hanson and his friends, in which she says they offered to settle by paying a sum of money, but she scorned the idea, and told them she was not here on a blackmailing scheme. During the afternoon, the young lady became so prostrated that she was obliged to remain in her room. The hour for the ceremony having arrived, the church (Episcopal) was filled with friends of the bride, curious to witness the marriage of a man who regarded the watchful care of a vigilant police force a necessary precaution against any attempts that might be made to thwart the proceedings. Breathless silence ensued when the minister, in conforming to the ritual of the church, said: "If any one know of any reason why this ceremony should not proceed let them speak now, or forever after hold their peace."
[Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (Grand Forks, ND) Tuesday, September 1, 1885, transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]

ANOTHER ARTICLE:
Will Pringle and Clarence Hale on Wednesday, attended a nobby and sensational wedding at Hastings, Minn. The daughter of L. S. Follet, the banker, was married to Charles Hanson.
[Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (Grand Forks, ND) Saturday, August 29, 1885.]


HASLER - PETTIBONE
MARRIED.-At the residence of the bride's father in the city of Hastings, on the 11th inst., by Rev. J. M. Rogers, after a short courtship of about twelve years, Mr. Samuel J. Hasler to Miss Sarah E. Pettibone.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 26, 1865.]


HATCH - BROTT
MARRIED.
At the residence of James Archer esq., Hampton, Dakota County, Minn., June 11th, 1863, by Rev. J. N. Williams, Prof. W. T. Hatch of Prescott Wis., and Miss Hattie Brott, of Chelsea, Vt.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) June 23, 1863]


HENRY - REDSTEIN
MARRIED.
In this city, on the 15th inst., by C. W. Crosby, esq., Miss THERESA REDSTEIN to Mr. LOUIS HENRY, both of this city.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, May 22, 1866.]


HOLDEN - McKAY
MARRIED.
At Empire City, Nov. 125, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Mr. Elias W. Holden to Miss Elizabeth McKay.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) Tuesday, November 6, 1866.]


HONE - SCOFIELD
MARRIED.
In Hastings, March 8th, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. E. M. HONE and Miss ELIZA A. SCOFIELD, both of Point Douglas, Minn.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, March 13, 1866.]


HUBLEY - HORSCH
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Saturday, 24 Aug. 1901) transcribed by FoFG mz
HASTINGS, Minn., Aug. 23. -A marriage license was issued yesterday to J. Peter Hubley and Miss Elizabeth Horsch, of this city.


IRRTHUM - LUDWIG
Hastings, Minn., Oct. 15. - The marriage of Jacob Irrthum of this city and Miss Elisabeth Ludwig of Douglas was solemnized at St. Boniface church this morning at 3 o'clock, the Rev. Othmar Erren officiating. The groom is well known.
[ Source: Minneapolis Journal ( Minneapolis , Minn. ) Thursday, 15 Oct. 1896; transcribed by FoFG mz]


JEANNIR - BARRINGTON
MARRIED.
In Hastings, June 22d, 1865 by Rev. C. S. Le Duc, Mr. CHARLES P. JEANNIR and Miss LOUISA BARRINGTON, of Douglas, in Dakota County, Minn.
[Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 27, 1865.]


JENNISON - BALLARD

MARRIED.
In Hastings, Oct. 24th, 1866, at the residence of N. C. Draper, esq., by the Rev. C. S. Le Duc, Mr. HORACE JENNISON, of St. Albans, Vt., to Miss LIZZIE BALLARD, of Georgia, Vt.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) Tuesday, November 6, 1866.]


JOHNSTON - BULLOCK
MARRIED.
In Hastings, Nov. 28th, 1865, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. ORANGE JOHNSTON and Miss MARY E. BULLOCK, both of Dakota County, Minn.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 5, 1865.]


JURISCH - STIMBLE

REJOICING
Hastings, Minn., Sept. 9.-C. P. Jurisch and Miss Minerva May Stimble were married at the home of the bride, on Vermillion street, last evening, the Rev. H. J. Harrington officiating. Both bride and groom are popular young people, and their many friends extend sincere congratulations.
[Source: Minneapolis Journal (MN) September 9, 1898]


KENNEY - STUART
Hastings, Minn., Sept. 19. - Miss Cleo P. Stuart, of this city, and George A. Kenney, of Minneapolis, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stuart, on West Sixth street, last evening, Rev. C. E. Barker officiating. They will reside in Minneapolis.
[Source: Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minn.) Thursday, 19 Sept. 1895; transcribed by FoFG mz]


LAMBERT - MacDONALD
MARRIED.
In St. Paul on the 6th inst. , by the Rev. E. S. Caillet, Mr. George M. Lambert, of Hastings, and Miss Mollie MacDonald, of St. Paul.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, November 14, 1865.]


LEWIS - BACON
MARRIED. On Wednesday the 21st inst., in this city, by Rev. T. F. Thickstun, Mr. IRA N. LEWIS and MISS CORNELIA BACON, both of this city.
[Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 27, 1865.]


LEWIS - FOSTER
MARRIED.
In Hastings, Sept. 28th, 1865, . . .
Also the same day, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers Mr. CHARLES L. LEWIS and Miss A. C. FOSTER, both of this city.
[ The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, October 3, 1865.]


LIEB - WARD
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Thursday, 18 Apr. 1907; transcribed by FoFG mz
The wedding of Miss Laura Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ward, to William J. Lieb of Farmington took place at noon yesterday at the home of the bride's parents, 3933 West Sixth street. The ceremonies were performed by Rev. R. A. Saunderson of Anoka, formerly pastor of the Merritt Memorial church.

The wedding was a quiet one and only the relatives and a few friends of the bridal couple being present. A wedding dinner was served after which Mr. and Mrs. Lieb left on the afternoon train for Farmington, where they will make their home.

The bride is well known and popular in Duluth, having resided here for years, and is a graduate of the Duluth high school. She also graduated from the St. Cloud Normal, after which she taught for a number of years in the Duluth and Minneapolis schools. Mr. Lieb is a former resident of Owatonna, but is now an operator at Farmington.
Among the out-of-town people present were Mrs. J. T. Howe and Miss Eva Lieb of Owatonna.


LINKERT - SCHINDELDECKER

HASTINGS, MINN.-George Linkert of Lebanon, and Miss Anna C. Schindeldecker of Inver Grove have been licensed to wed.
[Source: The Minneapolis Journal (MN) February 10, 1904.]


LOTHROP - GARDNER

In South Easton, Jan. 1st, by Rev. George G. Withington, Mr. William H., Lothrop of Easton, and Miss Celia A., daughter of A. W. Gardner, Esq., of Hastings, Minn.
[Source: Stoughton Sentinel (Stoughton, MA) Saturday, January 6, 1872.]


LOWATER - MAINE
MARRIED.
In Hastings, Sept. 19th, 1865, by the Rev. C. S. LeDuc, HARRY P. LOWATER and Miss NINTITE MAINE, all of this county.
[ The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, October 3, 1865.]


LUCAS - STONE
MARRIED.
Also on the 30th of September, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, at the residence of Mr. A. F. Stone, Mr. JOHN LUCAS and Miss SARAH M. STONE, all of Hastings.
[ The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, October 3, 1865.]


MARSHALL - BRIGHAM
MARRIED.
In Ann Arbor, Mich., March 5th, 1866, by the Rev. Mr. Cornelius, Mr. CHARLES B. MARSHALL, of Hastings, Minn., and Miss ADDA BRIGHAM, of the former place.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, March 13, 1866.]


MARTIN - MARTIN
Hastings, Minn., June 5. - Cecil W. Martin of Milwaukee and Miss Mertle S. Martin of this city were married at the residence of the bride's father, Nehemiah Martin, last evening, Rev. H. J. Harrington officiating. The bridesmaid was Miss Ermah L. Martin, sister of the bride, and the best man P. E. Thompson of Minneapolis. The bride is one of Hastings most popular young ladies. Following the ceremony a reception was held, attended by about eighty guests. Many presents were received. They left for their new home in Milwaukee.
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Friday, 5 June 1896) transcribed by FoFG mz


McAFEE - CONNER

McAfee-Conner.-At Hastings, Minn., on Thursday, May 13, by the Rev. J. M. Ray, NICHOLAS McAFEE, Esq., to Miss LIZZY E. CONNER, of this city.
[Source: New York Herald, (New York, NY) Friday, May 28, 1869.]


McDONALD - JENNISON
MARRIED.
In Hastings, Sept. 28th, 1865, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. T. McDONALD and Miss A. N. JENNISON.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, October 3, 1865.]


McILRATH - SPAULDING

MARRIED.
On Sunday evening, the 23d inst., in Christ Church, this city, by the Rev. Dr. McMasters, the Hon. Charles McIlrath, state auditor, to Miss Lucretia S. Spaulding, daughter of the Hon. R. P. Spaulding, of Cleveland, O.
May Joy go with them.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 2, 1866.]


McKNIGHT - WILLOUGHBY
MARRIED.
In Inver Grove, Dec. 20-th 1865, at the residence of the bride's father, by C. W. Crosby, esq., Miss MARIA WILLOUGHBY to Mr. LOUIS O. McKNIGHT of Kalamazoo, Mich.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 26, 1865.]


McWILLIAMS - STEVENS
Miss Clara L. Stevens of South St. Paul, and Victor McWilliams of St. Paul, formerly of Rolla, N.D., were united in marriage Sunday afternoon May 15, 1910, in North St. Paul at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens. The wedding was a quiet home affair only immediate relatives being present. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. H. Mount of St. Paul. Miss Singne Carlson acted as bridesmaid, and William Stevens brother of the bride, was best man.
Source: Grand Forks Herald (ND) Sunday, 19 June 1910; transcribed by FoFG mz


MILLER - ISTA

NORTHWEST WEDDINGS.
Hastings, Minn.-George H. Miller of Scott county and Miss Elizabeth Ista of New Trier have been licensed to wed.
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, MN) May 12, 1903.]


MILLS - BAIRD

MARRIED.
- At Hastings, Minn., by the Rev. G. B. Pratt, Rector of St. Luke's Church. Mr. R. A. Mills to Miss B. L. Baird. [Source: Saturday Pioneer (Aberdeen, SD) Thursday, February 26, 1885]
Mr. and Mrs. Mills are well and favorably known in this city, the former being one of Aberdeen's prominent men in business and society and his bride, who was at one time a resident of this city, occupied a high position in Aberdeen's social circles. They were welcomed, upon their return, by the cornet band and a large number of Aberdeen's citizens to whom Mr. Mills returned thanks for the expression of good wishes showered upon himself and bride. The couple will at once establish their residence in this city.
[Source: Aberdeen Weekly News (Aberdeen, SD) Friday, February 27, 1885.]


MOES - EYTH

MARRIED AT ROSEMOUNT.
Special to the Globe.
ROSEMOUNT, Minn., July 13.-The marriage of Miss Rose A. Eyth and Mike Moes, both of Farmington, was solemnized at St. Joseph's church, Rosemount, Sunday at 4 p. m., Rev. A. A. Hurley officiating. The event was a very quiet one, only the immediate friends of the couple being present.
[Source: St. Paul Daily Globe (MN) July 14, 1887]


MOREY - WILSON
MARRIED. In this city, on the 14th of June, 1866, at the residence of Mrs. W. H. Humphrey, by C. W. Crosby, esq., Miss NANCY WILLSON, of Castle Rock, and ISRAEL C. MOREY, of Nininger, Minn.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 19, 1866.]


MOSES - BALCH
MARRIED.
At Empire City, Oct. 24th, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Mr. HENRY L. MOSES to Miss MARTHA J. BALCH.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) Tuesday, November 6, 1866.]


NELSON - FRISBEE
MARRIED.
At Lakeville, Dakota County, Minn., April 3d, 1865, by C. R. Rollins, esq., justice of the peace, Mr. JAMES S. NELSON, of Garden City, Blue Earth County, Minn., to MRS. MARIA FRISBEE, of Lakeville, Dakota County, Minn.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, April 11, 1865.]


NEWTON - LANCASTER
MARRIED.
In this city, on the 17th inst., by Rev. T. Thickstun, Mr. J. F. Newton and Miss Hattie A. Lancaster.
Why, Johnnie. Who'd ha' thought it? Been and done it, sure. Well, well. If "fortune favors the brave," then how very brave thou art. And married a woman, too. We always suspected ye had a hankering after 'em, but ar quite excusable as thy mother wert a woman also. Success to thee and thine.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 20, 1863; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


NOBLE - WILLIAMS

MARRIED.
Oct. 1st, 1863, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. N. Williams W. R. NOBLE of St. Paul, and Miss S. Lou. WILLIAMS, of Cannon Fall. No Cards.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 6, 1863]


NORTH - MULFORD
MARRIED.
In this City, on Wednesday, Aug. 25, at the residence of the bride's mother, No. 83 Sullivan St., by the Rev. Saml. Benedict, JOHN D. NORTH, of Hastings, Minnesota, to Miss ELIZABETH V. MULFORD of New York City.
[Source: The New York Times, New York, New York, August 30, 1858.]


OTTS - HEICHERT
Hastings, Minn., March 21. - William E. Otts and Miss Jeppie M. Heichert, of Castle Rock, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Heichert, last evening, the Rev. J. D. Batson, of Chaplin, officiating.
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Thursday, 21 Mar. 1895) transcribed by FoFG mz


OWEN - SEE
MARRIED.
In Hastings, July 4, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. A. E. Owen and Miss Nancy A. See, both of this city.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 10, 1866, transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


OWEN - STEVENS

WEDDING BELLS.
Hastings, Minn., Nov. 24.-Hastings has lost one of its most amiable and popular young ladies by the marriage of Miss J. E. Stevens, youngest daughter of Mr. F. M. Stevens of this city. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alexander Telford, at the residence of her father. The bridegroom is Mr. J. H. Owen, attorney at law of Hudson, Wis., a talented and rising member of the bar of St. Croix county, and formerly and attorney of her majesty's courts of common law at Dublin, Ireland.
[We are pleased to note the marriage of Mr. Owen, who is a racy son of the green isle, and who was for a short time connected with the GLOBE when it first began its daily revolutions.
-Ed.
[Source: The Daily Globe (St Paul, MN) November 26, 1879.]


PECK - CASKEY
MARRIED. At West Eureka, March 31st, 1866, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, of Farmington, Lieut. PORTER P. PECK and Miss ALICE G. CASKEY.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, April 10, 1866.]


PINCOTT - WINTERBERG

MARRIED.
A marriage license was issued today to Joseph Pincott, of Langdon, and Miss Mary Winterberg, of South St. Paul.
[Source: The Saint Paul Globe, St. Paul, Minnesota, December 9, 1901.]


PITCHER - NASON
MARRIED.
At the residence of the bride's father, in Vermillion, on the 1st day of January, 1866, by C. W. Crosby, Esq., Miss Adir Nason, of Vermillion, and Mr. Joseph E. Pitcher, of Hastings.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, January 2, 1866.] *


POOL - BRETTAN
MARRIED.
In Hastings, June 29th, 1866, by the Rev. C. S. Le Duc, Mr. John Pool and Miss Priscilla Brettan
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 3, 1866.]


PRESCOTT - CROSBY

Invitations will be sent out Wednesday for the marriage of Miss Helen Crosby and Mr. Edward L. Prescott. The ceremony will be performed in Hastings, Minn., Wednesday June 17. Mr. Sumner Prescott is to be best man and Miss Sadie Prescott and Miss Elsie Prescott, maids.
[Source: Duluth News-Tribune (MN) Sunday, May 31, 1896.]

Miss Helen B., daughter of Judge Francis M. Crosby, of Hastings, Minn., is to marry Edward L. Prescott, of West Duluth, that State, June 17, and there are local invitations to the ceremony. Judge Crosby was a former law partner of Gen. S. P. Flagg, of Wilmington.
[Source: Argus and Patriot (Montpelier, VT) Wednesday, June 10, 1896.]

A dispatch from Hastings, Minn., gives the following description of the Crosby-Prescott wedding which took place there last Wednesday:

"One of the most beautiful weddings that ever took place in this city occurred at the Presbyterian church this afternoon, when Miss Helen B. Crosby, daughter of Judge F. M. Crosby, was joined in wedlock to Edward L. Prescott, of West Duluth, a prosperous young merchant. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. P. Hearst, and was witnessed by a large number of invited guests, including many of the leading society people of St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and other cities. The church was handsomely decorated for the occasion. The bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" was sung by Miss Mary B. Lemen, Mrs. E. A. Whitford, Miss Stella Telford and Mrs. Albert Schaller. The bride's attendants were her sister, Miss Marion C. Crosby, as maid of honor, Miss Alice H. Rhodes, of St. Paul; Miss Adelaide M. Thompson, of this city; and Misses Elsie and Sadie Prescott, of Duluth. Sumner K. Prescott, of Duluth, acted as best man. The ushers were W. B. Thorne, F. N. Crosby and H. W. Crosby of Hastings; and A. E. Gilbert of Duluth. Following the ceremony was a reception at the residence of the bride's parents. The newly wedded couple were the recipients of many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Prescott left for their future home in Duluth."
[Source: Duluth News-Tribune (MN) Sunday, June 21, 1896.]


PRESSNELL - PARKER

TETE A TETE.
Captain Thomas H. Pressnell of 503 West Third street bought roses yesterday, and while this may not be unusual with him those he bought yesterday had a special significance. They were selected with greater care perhaps than usual and at least 26 of them were the choicest and most beautiful within his reach. The occasion was the 26th anniversary of the marriage of Captain and Mrs. Pressnell, and as they were the first people to marry in Duluth the incident is of interest to all at this time. The 26 choice roses which the captain selected with particular care, represent the 26 years of married life.

The following article appeared in The Duluth Minnesotian of April 30, 1870, concerning the first marriage in Duluth: "Amongst the events of the past week, that which made the chief sensation was the first wedding in the city of Duluth, the parties being Miss Cora E. Parker and Captain Thomas H. Pressnell, a gallant soldier of the First Minnesota regiment and battalion. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's parents, on Minnesota Point, at 7 1/2 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday evening, April 27. The officiating clergyman was Rev. W. R. Higgins of Superior, the benediction being pronounced by the Rev. George Sluter of Duluth. Miss Lena Hunter was bridesmaid and Frank Ely groomsman. The witnesses of the ceremony were chiefly the relatives and nearest friends of the parties. The bride and her little maid both looked charming, and the ladies pronounced their dresses lovely, but except that all looked white and gossamer-like, we cannot inform our womanly readers generally as to the particular material of which they were made. The occasion was regarded with additional interest that the bride was at the hour of her marriage just 17 years of age - being the first white child born in the city of Hastings, Minn., just 17 years ago. At 8 o'clock, in pursuance of invitations issued by the parents of the bride, the reception of friends took place. Elegant refreshments were served to all comers. There was a universal turnout of the elite and fashion of Duluth, a constant coming and going until a late hour. Although not in the program, quite a number of pretty presents were made to the bride."
[Source: Duluth News-Tribune (MN) Tuesday, April 28, 1896.]


RECORD - NEWELL

MARRIED.
At the parsonage, Farmington, Aug. 8th, 1866, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Mr. JAMES H. RECORD and Miss HELEN C. NEWELL.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, August 14, 1866.]


REED -POWELL
MARRIED.
At the residence of the bride's mother, on the 28th of October, 1866, by the Rev. G. W. T. Wright, Mr. H. C. Reed and Miss Nancy Powell, all of this city.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, October 30, 1866.]


RICHES - WEBER
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Friday, 25 Oct. 1895) transcribed by FoFG mz
Hastings, Minn., Oct. 25. - Frank E. Riches and Miss May A. Weber were married last evening by the Rev. J. A. Fitzgerald. Following the ceremony an informal reception was held at the parlor of the St. John's hotel, only immediate friends being present. The newly-wedded couple are prominent young people.


RIGHTER - McEWEN
MARRIED. In Monroe, Wis., on May 22d, 1866, Dr. F. B. RIGHTER, of Hastings, and Miss HATTIE McEWEN, of Monroe.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 5, 1866.]


ROACH - CLAGUE
MARRIED. In Northfield, May 30th, 1866, by the Rev. T. T. Sterrett, Mr. JOSEPH ROACH and Miss SAGE CLAGUE, both of Dakota County, Minn.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 5, 1866.]


ROBSON - EYRE

MARRIED.
In Hastings, Aug. 7th, 1866, by the Rev. C. S. LeDuc, Mr. George Robson and Miss Emily A. Eyre, both of this city.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) August 7, 1866.]


SANDERSON - McKAY
MARRIED.
At Empire City, Dakota County, Minn., March 15th, 1866 by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Mr. BENJAMIN SANDERSON and Miss CATHARINE McKAY
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, March 20, 1866.]


SAYERS - CARKER
MARRIED. At the parsonage, Farmington, Minn., May 24th, 1866, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, Mr. ISAAC V. SAYERS to Mrs. FRANCES L. CARKER.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 5, 1866.]


SCHLOSSER - BEABO
A Marriage license was issued yesterday to Edward Schlosser and Miss Jennie Beabo of Mendota.
[Minneapolis Journal - Minneapolis, Minnesota, Friday, January 21, 1898.]


SCHMIT - SCHWEICH
Miss Anna M. Schweich of Hampton and John Schmit of St. Paul were married yesterday in St. Mary's church, New Frier, near Hastings. Rev. F. X. Gores read the service, which was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Schweich. Mr. and Mrs. Schmit will make their home in St. Paul.
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Wednesday, 24 May 1899) transcribed by FoFG mz


SCHROEDER - DOEBERINER

HASTINGS, MINN.-Nicholas A. Schroeder and Miss Gussie A. Doeberiner of this city were married by Rev. Othmar Erren.
[Source: The Minneapolis Journal (MN) February 10, 1904]


SEARLES - TOZER
MARRIED.
In Hastlngs Oct. 18th, 1866 by the Rev. A. Drewry, Mr. J. N. Searles, of Ft. Wadsworth, D. T., and Miss Sarah L. Tozer, of this city.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, October 23, 1866.]


Seifert - Damply
Alfred W. Seifert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seifert of this city and Miss Anna G. Damply were married at Hastings, Tuesday of last week, the Rev. P.R. Cunningham officiating. Frank Seifert, a brother of the groom, acted as best man.
[Source: New Ulm Review (MN) Nov. 24, 1909, page 5, submitted by Robin Line.]


SHARP - JANE

MARRIED.
May 31st, by Wm. Baker, esq., Mr. John Sharp and Mrs. Caroline Jane, all of Dakota County.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) June 30, 1863, transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


SIMMONS - HILDRED

Northwest Weddings. Hastings, Minn., Aug. 29.-A pretty wedding took place at St. Luke's church yesterday, the contracting parties being William J. Simmons, of Marshan, a prosperous young farmer, and Miss Lena Hildred, of Pine Bend. She is an amiable young lady and has been a successful teacher for some time past. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. M. V. King.
[Source: Minneapolis Journal (MN) August 29, 1895.]


SLOCUM - CORSON

MARRIED.
In Hastings, Sept. 24th, 1866, by the Rev. A. Drury, Mr. FRANK R. SLOCUM, of Cannon Falls, and Miss SUSIE E. CORSON, of Hastings.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 2, 1866.]


SMITH - JANKEY
Hastings, Minn. - William H. Smith of Westcott and Miss Minnie E. Jankey of Farmington were married here yesterday.
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Sunday, 7 July 1912) transcribed by FoFG mz


SPINDLER - GROSS
MARRIED.
In Hastings, March 7th, 1866, by P. Hartshorn, esq., Mr. WILLIAM SPINDLER and Miss MARY GROSS, both of Dakota County, Minn.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, March 13, 1866.]


STAFF - EHLERS
HASTINGS, Minn., Aug. 23. - George E. Staff, of Hampton, and Miss Emma Ehlers, of Castle Rock, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ehlers, yesterday afternoon.
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Saturday, 24 Aug. 1901) transcribed by FoFG mz


STERNS - BROMLEY
MARRIED.
On the 8th, at the residence of the bride's father, by the same, Mr. O. W. STERNS to Miss LUCY BROMLEY, all of West St. Paul.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 12, 1865.]


STODDARD - BACON
MARRIED.
On Saturday evening, Dec. 2d. 1865, at the Merchants' Hotel, by Rev. Robert Sutton, Mr. CHARLES W. STODDARD, of Dakota County, Minn., to Mrs. SARAH I. BACON, of Franklin County, N. Y.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 5, 186.]


STODDARD - WILLEY

MARRIED.
Also at the same time and place, [as the Atherton-Willey wedding] Mr. GEORGE D. STODDARD, of Rosemount, and Miss SUSAN H. WILLEY.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, August 14, 1866.]


STONE - BUTTURFF

A double wedding was performed at Maiden Rock, Wis., on Saturday, 21st inst., by Rev. Mr. Ford, the participants being Mr. Frank Nelson; of Toledo, OH, and Miss Ella Taisey, daughter of A. H. Taisey, esq., of this city, and Mr. F. L. Stone, of Rochester, Minn., and Miss Annie Butturff, of Hastings, Minn. Both young men were formerly residents of this city, until within a year or so, when they removed to the places above mentioned. Mr. Nelson is head miller in a large flouring mill in Toledo, while Mr. Stone is engaged in the photograph business in Rochester, and is doing well. Both young ladies are among the worthiest of our fair daughters, and will make excellent wives, and we congratulate the young men upon their choice, and wish them a long life and all the happiness that falls to the lot of earthly mortals.
[Source: Daily Globe (St Paul, MN) June 25, 1879]


STONE - COBB
MARRIED.
In Nininger, July 22d, 1866, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. E. D. Stone and Miss Mary A. Cobb, both of Nininger.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 24, 1866.]


STOUT - GODFREY
MARRIED.
In this city, July 18th, 1866, by Andrew P. Fitch, esq., Mr. William Stout to Mrs. Eliza Godfrey, both of this place.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, July 24, 1866.]


STRAWSELE - BALDWIN
MARRIED.
In Hastings, May 24, 1866, by C. W. Crosby, Esq., JOHN STRAWSELE and Miss LAURA BALDWIN, both of Lakeville, Dakota Co., Minn.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, May 29, 1866.]


SULLIVAN - SCHILLING

MAYOR SULLIVAN WEDDED.
Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock Mayor Sullivan, of East Grand Forks, was united in marriage to Miss May Schilling, at Hastings, Minn. The happy event was solemnized in the German Catholic church, in Hastings. Rev. Father Erin officiating. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Annie Schilling, and the groom's attendant was his brother, E. G. Sullivan. The happy couple will arrive in East Grand Forks this morning and will commence housekeeping at once in a cozy home Mr. Sullivan has fitted up for his bride. The young lady is well known in this city, having resided in Grand Forks for nearly two years and was a general favorite in a large circle of friends. The groom is the mayor of East Grand Forks, in popularity and the satisfaction with which he fills the office having been attested by his re-election without opposition. He was for several years in business in Grand Forks and it may be said that the mayor has attained a popularity and honor which a few men of his age are permitted to enjoy. A host of friends will extend congratulations.
[Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (ND) Tuesday, September 11, 1894.]


TAFT - BOW

MARRIED.
In Hampton, July 29th, 1866, by Geo. Barbaras, esq., Mr. CHARLES A TAFT and Miss LUCELIA E. BOW.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Hastings, MN) August 7, 1866.]


TANNER - JUDGE
MARRIED.
At Hampton, Oct. 5th, 1865, by the Rev. T. Wilcoxson, Mr. ALLEN TANNER and Miss ELLEN JUDGE, both of this city.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, October 10, 1865.]


TODD - LUCAS
MARRIED. On Thursday evening last, July 13th, in St. Luke's Church, Hastings, by the Rev. Dr. J. A. Merrick, Miss Helen Lucas and Mr. Irving Todd, one of the editors of this paper, both of this city. No Cards.
[Source: Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, July 18, 1865.]


TORSTENSON - ANDREASEN

MARRIED.
In this city, Sept. 29, 1866, by C. W> Crosby, esq., Mr. O. TORSTENSON and Miss T. ANDREASEN, both of this county.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 2, 1866.]


TRUAX - RICE
MARRIED.
At the residence of the bride's father, Dec. 19th 1865, by the Rev. J. T. Wilcox, Mr. A. H. TRUAX, of Nininger, and Miss ELLEN A. RICE, of Castle Rock, Dakota County, Minn.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, December 26, 1865.]


TRUAX - WHITFORD
MARRIED.
In Hastings, March 6th, 1866, by the Rev. Chas. S. LeDuc, Mr. RICHARD A. TRUAX, of Denmark, Washington County, Minn., and Miss SARAH A. WHITFORD, of this city.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, March 13, 1866.]


VAN INWEGEN - ALDRACH
MARRIED.
In Hastings, March 8th, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. HARRISON O. VAN INWEGEN, of Point Douglas, Minn., and Miss HATTIE E. ALDRACH, of this city.
[The Hastings Conserver, Tuesday, March 13, 1866.]


VAN WERMER - TWITCHELL

MARRIED.
In this city, Oct. 31, 1866, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. JACOB VAN WERMER, of Faribault, and Mrs. SUSAN TWITCHELL, of Hastings.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) Tuesday, November 6, 1866.]


WALKER - BARKER
MARRIED. In this city, June 25th, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. EDWARD H. WALKER to Miss MARY E. BARKER, both of this place.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 26, 1866.]


WARD - LYONS
Hiram Ward of Ellendale and Miss Mabel Lyons of Hastings, Minn., were united in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Ward will make their home at Chaska, Minn., where Mr. Ward has charge of the manual training department.
Source: Grand Forks Herald (5 Sept. 1916) submitted by FoFG MZ


WESCOTT - MACKENZIE Gaylord, Minn. - Ethelyn Genevieve, only daughter of Rep. and Mrs. George A. MacKenzie of Gaylord was married to William Henry Wescott of Wescott, Minn. Rev. O. A. Barnes of Winthrop officiated. The wedding took place at the bride's home, only a few friends being present. Mrs. Henry S. Deming of Hector was matron of honor and C. H. MacKenzie, brother of the bride, attended the bridegroom. They will reside at Wescott, Minn. Mr. Wescott is a prominent member of the legislature, and is serving his third term.
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Sunday, 18 Feb. 1912; transcribed by FoFG mz


WHIPPLE - FOSTER

MARRIED.
In River Falls, Wis., at the residence of the bride's father, Sept. 27, 1866, by the Rev. A. B. Peabody, Wm. J. Whipple, esq., editor of The Chippewa Union and Times, and Miss Nealie Foster, youngest daughter of I. I. Foster, esq.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) October 2, 1866.]


WHITE - FOSTER

MARRIED.
At the residence of the officiating clergyman, on the 17th inst., by Rev. T. F. Thickstun, Mr. Samuel White and Miss Mary E. Foster, all of Hastings.

LOCAL NEWS.
Hymenial.-By reference to another column it will be seen that our friend Sam White, the well known stage agent at this place, has been and gone and done it, without saying anything to anybody. And what is worse, has taken one of the best looking girls in town. We should not be inclined to forgive him did he not look so pleased and good natured. Success to them.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver (MN) Thursday, May 21, 1863]


WHITE - ROYCE
MARRIED. In the Presbyterian church, April 6th, 1866, by the Rev. Chas. S. Le Duc, Mr. Henry T. White and Miss Julia S. Royce, both of Hastings.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, April 10, 1866.]


WHITE - THOMAS
Hastings, Minn. - Kenneth J. White and Miss Walburga A. Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Thomas, were married by Rev. William Eversmann.
[Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Sunday, 24 Nov. 1912) transcribed by FoFG mz]


WHITEIS - JOHNSON
MARRIED. At East Castle Rock, April 2d, 1866, by the Rev. Charles Thayer, of Farmington, Mr. ISAAC P. WHITEIS and Miss JOSEPHINE JOHNSON.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, April 10, 1866.]


WILLIAMS - THOMAS
MARRIED. In this city, June 3d, 1866, by the Rev. J. M. Rogers, Mr. C. W. WILLIAMS and Miss R. A. THOMAS, both of Hastings.
[The Hastings Conserver (Minnesota) Tuesday, June 5, 1866.]


WILSON - DANIELS
MARRIED.
In Cannon Falls, at the parsonage, Aug. 31st 1865, by the Rev. W. H. Soule, Mr. JOHN E. WILSON and JANE DANIELS, both of Dakota County.
[Source: The Hastings Conserver, Hastings, Minnesota, Tuesday, October 3, 1865.]


WINDLE - FOLLETTE

A MINNESOTA EVENT.
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 10.-Special Correspondence.-Joseph J. Windle, of this city, special agent of the Liverpool and London and Globe, forsook the ranks of the bachelors at Hastings, Minn., last Tuesday evening by executing a marriage contract with Louise Gardner Follette. Mr. Windle is an old field man and has a host of friends all over the country who wish him joy. Mrs. Windle is the only daughter of L. S. Follette. The couple were showered with costly presents, among which was a complete cut-glass set from the "boys." They left immediately for a two months' European trip.
[Source: Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago, IL) February 13, 1892.]


WISNER - KOHLER
HASTINGS. James F. Wisner, of Rockford, Ill., and Miss Emma A. Kohler, of this city, were married this evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary Halden, the Rev. J. A. Fitzgerald officiating.
[The Saint Paul Globe, St. Paul, Minnesota, February 17, 1898.]



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