Cape Girardeau County Missouri Genealogy Trails
The wedding of Miss Dorothy Jean Damm, daughter of Mrs. W. W. Damm of Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Roland E. Butler, son of George D. Butler of Holyoke, was an event of the 30th in First Presbyterian Church, Cape Girardeau. The couple will make their home in East Longmeadow. Mrs. Butler has been district director with the Springfield Girl Scouts four years. --Springfield (Mass) Union, Nov 7, 1948.
Miss Daisy Hahn of Whitewater, and Herman Birkman, of Bollinger County, were married Saturday morning in this city by Justice of the Peace F.A. Kage. The couple secured the license at Marble Hill in Bollinger County, but came to the Cape to have Justice Kage perform the ceremony, for the reason that he had married the bride several years ago. Miss Hahn was granted a divorce from her husband during the November, 1917, Term of the Common Pleas Court. Her married name was Daisy Robertson. Miss Hahn was one of the candidates in the prize contest conducted recently by The Tribune. While she was not among the lucky ones, she made a good race, losing by only a small number of votes.
Source: The Weekly Tribune and the Cape County Herald, Cape Girardeau, MO, June 28, 1918
Delta, Mo., April 26. – Edward Willer, agent for the St. Louis-Southwestern Railroad at this place, and Miss Freda Sheppicmann of Cape Girardeau, Mo., were married this evening at 8 o’clock. --Source: St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO) Wednesday, 27 Apr. 1898; transcribed by FoFG mz