A marriage license was granted here Wednesday to Henry Benham and Mrs. Angie Sanderson, both of Auxvassee
Source: Mexico Weekly Ledger, Mexico Mo., Aug. 3, 1922
Bland - Waters
Vandalia, Mo., Sept. 21. – W. S. Waters and Miss Lizzie Bland were married to-night.
Source: St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO) Thursday, 22 Sept. 1898; transcribed by FoFG mz
Nieman - Kanatzer
MARRIED LAST SEPTEMBER
Mr. E. C. Nieman of Mexico and Miss Eva Kanatzer a school teacher of Centralia, were married in this city September 4th last, Rev. A. A. Wallace officiating and the wedding was kept secret until last week. Well, here’s wishing them every joy that wedded life can bring. (Mexico Missouri Message, Audrain Co., Mo., December 30, 1909, front page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)
Ouerbacker - Tucker
MEXICO, MO., Oct. 10. – Miss Pearl, daughter of J. D. Tucker, was married yesterday to Mr. Geo. A. Ouerbacker, of Ouerbacker, Gilmore & Co. of Louisville, Ky.
Source: St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO) Friday, 11 Oct. 1889; transcribed by FoFG mz
Mr. Frank Pearce, formerly of Benton City and Miss Maude Beasley, were united in marriage last Friday morning, Rev. C. M. Bishop, officiating. They expect to make their home in Dakota. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beasley of Benton City. May they be blessed with long life and happiness.
(Mexico Missouri Message, Audrain Co., Mo., December 30, 1909, front page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)
Sims – Hagelstein Marriage
On Tuesday, Jan. 16th, 1902, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Sims, near Mexico, Missouri, Miss Willa Sims was united in marriage to Mr. Henry Hagelstein. Rev. Coykendall, of the Christian church, at 11:30 a. m. pronouncing the impressive ceremony that united these two lives for better or worse.
Mr. and Mrs. Hagelstein left at one for Kansas City and San Angelo, arriving here Saturday morning. The bride, a beautiful and accomplished young lade, visited her uncle, D. E. Sims, of Paint Rock, a year or more ago, for several months, and while in West Texas, made many friends and acquaintances who will cordially welcome her as the wife of one of our leading young business men. She is the sister of John W. Sims, a prominent young business and society man of our city, who is largely interested in land, stock and the telephone company.
Mr. Hagelstein is engaged in the saddle and harness business on a large scale, and is one of the successful young men of the town. The many friends of the happy young couple bid them God-Speed on the journey of life.
(The San Angelo Press; San Angelo, Texas; January 22, 1902. Transcribed as written by D. Donlon)
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