Allensworth - Lawrence
Miss Flo Beatrice Lawrence and John Allensworth were united in holy wedlock Wednesday morning at the residence of the officiating minister, Rev. A. Lincoln Shute, at Bismarck. Following the ceremony they departed for Cleveland where they will enjoy a visit at the home of the bride. They will return from Cleveland in a few weeks and will reside at Braddock where the bridegroom holds the position as cashier in the Braddock bank. [Grand Forks Herald (18 Aug. 1912) submitted by FoFG MZ]
Brown - Anghouse
Wedded at Bismarck, Dak: Walter Brown and Miss Maud Anghouse [St. Paul (MN) Daily Globe., August 20, 1887, Page 11 - Sub. by K.T.]
Coons - Turner
Miss Lennis Turner and Mr. Bryon Coons of McKenzie, Burleigh county, were married by Justice E.S. Pierc,e at his residence, Monday evening. [Bismarck Daily Tribune. (Bismarck, Dakota [N.D.]), 03 Nov. 1915]
Corwin - Webb
Miss Jessie Duff Webb and Samuel Wickham Corwin were married at Bismarck at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Webb, Jr. Rev. Charles Harriss, pastor of the Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Corwin will enjoy a several weeks’ wedding trip in the east and will make their home at Bismarck [Grand Forks Herald (13 Jan. 1916) submitted by FoFG MZ]
Dunn - Maloney
Miss Anna Maloney of Bismarck, and Mr. Robert Dunn of Center, were married in Chicago last Tuesday, April 14 [Grand Forks Herald (21 Apr. 1914) submitted by FoFG MZ].
Ellsworth - Nelson
Miss Esther Lucile Nelson and Frank Ellsworth were married at Dickinson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Erdahl. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth will enjoy a wedding trip to the Pacific coast after which they will return to Bismarck where they will make their home [Grand Forks Herald (14 Sept. 1915) submitted by FoFG MZ].
French - Falkenstein
At the residence of the bride’s parents, John P. French, of Menoken, and Grace J. Falkenstein, of Bismarck, were married on November 29, Rev. A. Durrie officiating. Mr. French is one of the most successful sheep raisers in the county and the state, and the bride is one of the true, sweet, helpful young ladies of Bismarck, a member and worker in the Baptist church in that city [Grand Forks Herald (8 Dec. 1898) submitted by FoFG MZ].
Halsey - Dean
At the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dean, occurred the marriage of their daughter Miss Austie Mae Dean, to Edward B. Halsey of Bismarck, Rev. McIntyre officiating. The couple left on a short wedding trip. They will be at home at Bismarck after July 1 [Grand Forks Herald (1 July 1916) submitted by FoFG MZ]
Hughes - Coe
Married at Monumental church, Norfolk, Va., June 16, W. H. Hughes of the ship Minnesota, United States navy to Ella M. Coe of Cannon Ball, North Dakota.
Mrs. Coe is a well-known homesteader of Morton county, having lived there for the past seven years. W. H. Hughes is an officer on the ship Minnesota and being on a 21 days furlough was on his way to Mandan and was unfortunately taken sick on the way when Mrs. Coe met him and the marriage ceremony was performed in the presence of his comrades from the ship. The couple will in the near future make their home in Cannon Ball, North Dakota [Grand Forks Herald (4 Aug. 1910) submitted by FoFG MZ].
Kenyon - Householder
At Bismarck on Wednesday evening at 9 o’clock at the Presbyterian manse, occurred the wedding of Howard H. Kenyon of Center and Miss Netta Householder of Bismarck. The groom is a well known young business man of Center and the bride is well known in Bismarck, where she has a large number of friends who will wish her happiness in her wedded state [Grand Forks Herald (24 Oct. 1909) submitted by FoFG MZ].
Larson - Trowbridge
Mr. Larson of the B. E. Jones pharmacy, has returned with his bride and they are occupying the B. E. Jones residence on Fourth street during Mrs. Jones' absence. Mrs. Larson was formerly Miss Helen Trowbridge of Hayward, Wisconsin, where they were married June 27th. The young couple will be welcomed among the homemakers of the city. [Bismarck Daily Tribune. (Bismarck, Dakota [N.D.]), July 10, 1905 - Sub. by K.T.]
Mahan - Krause
E. W. Mahan and Miss Edith Krause were married on August 17th at Fargo, the Rev. Grumm performing the ceremony at the Lutheran parsonage. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Krause of this city. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Krause, and was born and raised in this community, where she attended the school and made for herself a large circle of friends and admirers. For the past eight years she has been employed as stenographer for the Luger's Furniture Company in Fargo. Mr. Mahan is a salesman, associated with the Fargo Glass and Paint Company. Mr. and Mrs. Mahan are at present on a honeymoon trip at Minnesota Lakes, and following their return will be at home on Sept. 1st in their new home at Bismarck. Miss Krause has many friends here who extend congratulations and best wishes for her happiness. [Hankinson News, August 22, 1929]
Simmons - Schneeberger
Miss Laura Schneeberger of Lennon, S.D., and Henry L. Simmons of Bismarck were married at the bride’s home at Lennon by Rev. Rynk. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will make their home at Bismarck, where the groom is employed as deputy land commissioner. [Grand Forks Herald (13 Jan. 1916) submitted by FoFG MZ]
Taylor - Donnelly
Prominent Former Residents of City Married on Pacific Coast
Mrs. Caroline Donnelly of Sumner, Wash., former pioneer resident of this city and E.C. Taylor, former sheriff of Burleigh county, were married last week at San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are both owners of extensive property in the city and county and are well known here where they have a large number of friends. The announcement of the wedding, appearing in the San Diego Union, is as follows: The wedding of Mrs. Caroline Donnelly of Sumner, Wash., and Edward C. Taylor of Bismarck, ND., was solemnized Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. McClelland, 1280 Robinson street. The ceremony was performed at 5 o'clock, Rev. Lincoln A. Ferris, officiating. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served the bridal party at the U.S. Grant hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor expect to leave the first of the coming week for their home in Long Beach. [The Bismarck Tribune. (Bismarck, N.D.), 27 March 1920]
Willmann - Rebodou
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at Bismarck Tuesday morning, September 30th, when Miss Laura Rebodou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rebodou, became the bride of R. E. Willmann. The marriage vows were spoken at 8:30, the Rev. Father Hiltner officiating. The marriage ceremony was read at the bishop’s residence, and the attendants were Miss Caroline Schneider, who was bridesmaid, and Paul Rebodou, a brother of the bride, acted as best man [Grand Forks Herald (6 May 1911) submitted by FoFG MZ].
Zimmerman - Koebernick
Miss Adele Koebernick of Bismarck and Walter G. Zimmerman of Wheaton, Minn., were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanke, 515 Fourth street. Rev. F. C. Proehl of the Evangelical church performed the ceremony. The groom is in the employ of the International Harvester Co. as an expert. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman will make their home in Bismarck [Grand Forks Herald (18 Jan. 1916) submitted by FoFG MZ].
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