Faulk County, South Dakota

Marriages

GROOMS

 

BRIDES

 

Akers, S.

Amo, Andrew

Anderson, Davis C.

Anderson, Francis

Bach, Christ

Backer, Charles H.

Blair, Will

Brainard, K. K.

Bullock, E. O.

Buss, William

Calkins, Edward P.

Callie, G. W.

Chapman, Charles E.

Chester, Barton A.

Clark, Thomas G.

Coon, E. V.

Cooper, Elmer

Corick, Clyde

Cox, Earl

Edmunds, Andrew

Elliott, Charles M.

Farrar, Robert H.

Fehr, Arthur P.

Gardner, Edward C.

Glidden, Adelbert

Graham, Cicero

Griffee, Charles

Hansel, George H.

Hansleman, Henry

Helmer, C. P.

Higginbotham, Joe

Higgins, T. D.

Hoffman, Edwin

Holcomb, Charles

Holscher, William

Hurst, George

Hutnes/Humes, F. L.

Jackman, W. T.

Joy, Scott

Kegler, Fremont

Klebatt, Alfred

Knox, George

Laverty, Bernard

Lawrence, A. M.

Loken, Sam

Marsh, Frank

Marvin, Nathan C.

McPherson, Valentine

Moberg, John V.

Monroe, Oscar G.

Moore, A. C.

Morse, G. A.

Nicholson, Henry

Niederbaumer, Wilhelm

Orr, Chester D.

Paul, Charles H.

Peck, James

Penning, Andrew

Pesha, Joseph

Plants, William

Platts, Fred L.

Price, W. J.

Reynolds, Clint B.

Reynolds, Frank B.

Rice, W. H.

Rigby, Elmer

Robinson, M. S.

Rose, Herman

Rose, Hiram

Ruhlman, Fred

Ruhlman, Benjamin F.

Russell, Elmer

Schaeffer, Charles A.

Scott, E. J.

Sebring, Fred R.

Secaur, Charles

Sette, William H.

Shepard, William

Shoenig, H. F.

Smith, Henry (Schmidt)

Snearly, William

Sorenson, Chres.

Steiner, John H.

Tarbell, Henry Y.

Thomas, J. H.

Turner, Frank

Tuttle, C. D.

Wade, William

Wagener, Henry C.

Wakefield, A. J.

Warner, M. A.

Williams, John H.

Young, Fremont

 

Anderson, Lida

Bailey, Anna M.

Bass, Lena

Brewer, Belle

Chambers, Hazel

Chapman, Nellie

Cheak, Anna

Cheak, Maggie

Coleman, Eva

Coon, Jennie

Cralle, Nellie M.

Crouter, Aga

Curtis, Mrs. Dr.

Eaton, Lula M.

Evans, Margaret

Finney, Mary N.

Fleming, Sabrina

French, Anna Belle

Gabler, Mary C.

Garrick, Belle

Gohene, Mrs.

Greig, Georgie

Grey, Eliza

Hansen, Victoria

Harden, Minnie

Harrison, Etta M.

Hatfield, Cora

Hutchinson, Ida

Johnson, Elsie A.

Johnson, Fannie

Joynt, Annie

Kendall, Eva

Kleffman, Charlotte

Knox, Addie E.

Krager, Kay

Lenghelm, Emma

Maxted, Mamie

McDonald, Alice V.

Miesner, Louise

Mercer, Miss

Millner, Emma A.

Mitchell, Sarah I.

Mosher, Edith

Oertel, Emma R.

 

 

Ogen, Rebecca

Olson, Anna

Peacock, Lela

Peck, Ada

Pederson, Petrine

Peterson, Mrs.

Peterson, Annie N.

Pettit, Hatti

Pew, Ada H.

Pritchard, Ida M.

Purcell, Alice

Rice, Georgia A.

Robertson, Annie

Ruddy, Nora

Ruhlman, Louise

Sangster, Mary

Schlather, Lou

Schoenfeldt, Anna

Sebnemier, Lydia

Slattery, Clara

Slattery, Emma

Smith, Grace

Smith, Hope

Snyder, Cora J.

Sprowls, Clara

Strausberg, Minnie

Strevel, Ella M.

Strong, Winnie

Sutton, Sadie

Talcott, Louise E.

Talcott, Marietta

Thelde, Lydia

Tennant, Hattie

Thayer, Myra E.

Thiede, Katie

Thompson, Dora K.

Thompson, Mattie

Tucker, Luella

Utley, Mae

Vanhise, Etta

Wagener, Lizzie T.

Wald, Mary

Walters, Ida

Weber, Katharina

Wertz, Miss

Weyand, Sophia

White, Barbara (Weis)

Wies, Mary

 

 

 

 

 

 


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, December 17, 1896, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED

SCOTT-RICE

Married, Wednesday, December 16, 1896, Mr. E. J. Scott of Faulkton and Miss Georgia A. Rice, of Cresbard. Rev. Frank Mitchell, of the Congregational church at this place, officiating.

The marriage ceremony was performed at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rice, near Cresbard, and only near relatives and members of the family were guests to the occasion.

Mr. Scott, who has been the agent for the Milwaukee road at this place for several years, is a popular fellow with the people of the entire county and town. He has given entire satisfaction to his company which is shown by his continuous employment, and the patrons of the road at this place will vouch for the statement that he is one of the most jovial and [sic.] accomadating agents in the state. It would certainly be a hard matter for the company to fill his position with as good satisfaction to the company and its patrons. He is a young man of steady habits and good principles and his excellent judgement asserted itself in his excellent choice of a life partner.

The bride who has lived with her parents at Cresbard is well known here. She is popular wherever she is known and has made a host of friends who all unite in congratulating her upon her success.

They were the recipients of a handsome bed lounge, an easy chair and an elegant water set from the people of Faulkton.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, December 17, 1896, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

SMITH – WHITE

    Married December 10th at Orient in the M. E. church by the presiding elder of the German Methodist church, Henry Smith of Brookings to Miss Barbara White, of Faulkton.

    After the ceremony the bridal party and a goodly number of friends wended their way to Charles Sette’s home where a bountiful dinner awaited them. A very nice supper was served in the evening and all had a very enjoyable time.

    The young couple received quite a number of useful presents as follows:

    Paulite Heller, large lamp.

    Godfrey Heller, porcelain clock

    Mr. Heller, two table cloths

    Mrs. C. A. Morse, centerpiece

    Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McKay, glass water set

    Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Porter, silver butter dish.

    Mr. and Mrs. A. Gooder, chenille table cover.

    Mr. and Mrs. Overland, bed spread.

    Martin Deinslake, set glassware

    Anna McDermid, one half dozennapkins

    Grace and Mabel Gooder, china bread plate

    Henry Thiede, lamp

    Carrie Thiede, on half dozen silver tea spoons

    Mr. Kiser, on half dozen silver table spoons

    Mr. and Mrs. E. Gooder, wash bowl and pitcher

    Carl Levitzon, fish dish.

    Albert and Emma Buss, table cloth

    Mr. and Mrs. F. Grabinski, pair towels.

    Ora and Mrs. H. Grabinski, table cloth

    Esther Sette, sofa pillow

    Clara Sette, head rest.

    Gus and Lena Soloman, one dozen napkins

    Elsie Campbell, table cloth.

The REPUBLICAN-RECORD wishes both couple a long, happy, and prosperous life and a merry Christmas. May their lives always be incompassed with beds of flowers.

 

Note: Second article, appears to be the same couple

 

SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, December 10, 1896, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

 

A license was granted to Henry Schmidt, of Brookings, and Miss Barbara Weis, of Orient, by Clerk of Courts Bailey.  Mr. Schmidt is a promising young man and will make an ideal and faithfull husband.  Miss Weis used to reside in this city and needs no introduction.  Her many friends join with the REPUBLICAN-RECORD in wishing her and Mr. Schmidt a happy and prosperous life.  They will be married today.

 


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 5, 1896, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - At the residence of the brides parents on Wednesday, Nov. 4th, 1896. Mr. Herman Rose and Miss Minnie Strausberg. The REPUBLICAN-RECORD joins with their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous journey through life.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, April 27, 1893, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
CUPIDS WORKS.
On Monday last at three o’clock p.m., W. H. Rice, of this city, joined the great army of benedicts and through the kind assistance of the Rev. Julius Stevens was united in the holy bonds of matrimony, and promised to love, honor cherish and protect Miss Emma R. Oertel, of Waupaca, Wisconsin, “until death doth us part.”
The happy event took place at the residence of M. P. Springer in this city, with only a few friends present. The bride is a most estimable young lady and will be a valuable acquisition to Faulk county society.
The Record, and the whole force, from the devil to editor, wishes the newly wedded pair a long and happy life of continued prosperity. They will commence housekeeping on their farm east of town this week.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, June 15, 1893, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - - In this city on Thursday, June 15th, 1893, at the residence of the brides’ parents. Mr. E. V. Coon, of Watertown, and Miss Hope Smith, of Faulkton, Rev. Townsend officiating.
The bride is well known in this city where she has resided since childhood and the groom is one of Watertown’s best known and respected young businessmen. They have our best wishes and that of a host of friends in this vicinity.


Aberdeen American (14 Nov. 1915) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Cresbard – A romance which began while both young people were working on a threshing outfit near here, brought forth the marriage of Earl Cox and Miss Hazel Chambers at Faulkton last week.


Aberdeen American (22 Apr. 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Onaka – Clyde Corick of Mechanicsville, Iowa, and Miss Victoria Hansen of Onaka were married in Faulkton last Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corrick will reside on a farm south of Onaka, where the bridegroom has an extensive sheep ranch.


Aberdeen American (3 Nov. 1916) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Cresbard – October 25 occurred the marriage of Dora K. Thompson to John H. Steiner, Rev. L. J. Sheldon of the Methodist church officiating. Both young people are well known here.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, October 27, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED
CRALLE-HUTCHINSON --- Mr. G. W. Callie and Miss Ida Hutchinson, on Sunday Oct. 23, 1892 at the house of the brides parents in Loyalton.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, October 27, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
BRAINARD-KRAGER - - Mr. K. K. Brainard and Miss Kay Krager, on Sunday, Oct. 23, 1892 at the home of the brides parents in Montevideo, Minn.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 3, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
ROCKHAM
MARRIED: - - At the residence of F. M. Brown, Mr. Barton A. Chester, of this place, and Miss Ida Walters, of Bonfield, Ill. We extend our wishes, and hope they may have a happy future.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 10, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED
At the residence of the brides parents at Ellisville, Arthur P. Fehr, of Tacoma, Wash., and Miss Mary Sangster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Sangster. Rev. J. B. Freeland officiating. The bride is well known in this vicinity, having a large circle of friends, who wish her a happy and prosperous future. Mr. and Mrs. Fehr will make their future home in Tacoma.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 24, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
Mr. Charles Holcomb, of Miranda and Miss Maggie Cheak, of this city were married at the Congregational parsonage, Sunday, November 20th, 1892, the Rev. Julius Stevens officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, February 2, 1893, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
FARRAR – TALCOTT. - - - At Aberdeen, S.D., on Tuesday, January 24th, 1893, at the Presbyterian manse, by Rev. E. S. Wallace, Mr. Robert H. Farrar, of this city to Miss Louise E. Talcott, of Faulkton.
The groom is an employee of the Daily News while the bride has been a faithful compositor for the Publishers’ Printing Co. They are most worthy young people and have taken a new “take” from life’s “copy book” which they will “set-up” in the same “alley.” When “30” comes The Sun hopes their “proof” will be free from “error” and “w. f.” resolutions, and may they live long and enjoy many happy days. --- Aberdeen Sun.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, February 23, 1893, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - - On Friday, February 17th, 1893, at Jamestown, North Dakota, Mr. A. J. Wakefield, of this city, and Miss Edith Mosher, of Jamestown, North Dakota.
Ollie is one of our most enterprising young business men and his many friends I this vicinity extend congratulations and best wishes.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 2, 1893, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - - At the residence of the brides parents, February 15th, 1893, Rev. Stevens officiating, Mr. Will Blair and Miss Lela Peacock, both of Millard.
Through some oversight we omitted to mention last week but the happy couple may be assured that they have our warmest congratulations nevertheless.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 9, 1893, Page 3
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - At his residence in Rockham, South Dakota, on March 1st, 1893, Mr. H. F. Shoenig to Mrs. Peterson, of Miranda, Rev. Hartke, officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 16, 1893, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - - On Wednesday, March 15th, 1893, at the residence of the bride’s sister, Mrs. F. M. Bacon, Mr. Fred Ruhlman, of Rockham, and Miss Sadie Sutton, of Miranda.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, February, 4, 1892, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
Married at the residence of the brides father near Redfield, January 14th, 1892, Mr. William Buss to Miss Lydia Sebnemier, Rev. Dulitz, officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 3, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED -- In Faulkton, S.D., Thursday, March 3rd, 1892, Justice Johnson officiating, Mr. Frank B. Reynolds, of Faulk, and Miss Louise Miesner, of Hand County.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 24, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - At Powell, Edmunds county, March 16th, 1892, Rev. Fisk officiating, Mr. William Snearly, of DeVoe, and Miss Emma Slattery, of Powell.
The Record extends congratulations and a subscription to January 1, '93.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 24, 1892, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
James Peck, of Illion, S. D., and Minnie Harden, of Burkmere, S. D., were united in holy bonds of matrimony at the Congregational parsonage in this city on Wednesday, March 23rd, 1892.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, June 23, 1892, Page 5
MARRIED: - - - Shepard-Greig: - - At the residence of the bride's parents, Friday evening, June 17th, 1892, Mr. William Shepard to Miss Georgie Greig, Rev. Stevens officiating.
The contracting parties are two of our most popular young people and The Record voices the sentiment of their many friends when it wishes them happiness and prosperity.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 7, 1892, Page 5
MARRIED: - - At the residence of the bride's father, at Rockham, July 5th, 1892, Rev. C. P. Helmer, of Parker, S. D., and Miss Lena Bass, of Rockham, presiding elder Dulitz, of Redfield officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 28, 1892, Page 5
MARRIED: - - In Faulkton, S. D., July 25th, 1892, at the Congregational parsonage, Charles H. Backer and Miss Nora Ruddy, all of Faulkton, the Rev. Julius Stevens officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, August 18, 1892, Page 5
MARRIED: - - At the residence of the brides parents in Gettysburg, on Wednesday, August 10th, 1892, Mr. T. D. Higgins and Miss Lou Schlather, the Rev. Father Hermeling, of Zell officiating.
Mr. Higgins is the popular conductor on the Northwestern whom every one knows and the bride is one of Gettysburgs most estimable young ladies. The Record extends congratulations.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 19 1891, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way
Mr. Joe Higginbotham and Miss Wertz both of McGrawville, was married last Saturday evening at Faulkton


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, December 17, 1891 Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - - At the residence of the brides parents on Saturday, December 12th, 1891, by Rev. Stevens Mr. Elmer G. Russell, of Potter county, and Miss Winnie Strong of this city.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 28, 1892, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
William H. Sette and Lydia Thelde will be married to-day (Thursday) at the residence of the bride's parents three miles north of this city.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 28, 1892, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED. - - At the Bonsey House, Friday, January 22nd, 1892, by Rev. J. S. Stevens, Mr. Andrew Penning and Miss Emma Langhelm, both of Seneca


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 28, 1892, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - In this city, January 25th, 1892, by James W. Johnson, J.P., Mr. Henry Hansleman and Miss Mary Wies, both of McGrawville, Faulk County, South Dakota. The RECORD extends congratulations, and will be a weekly a visitor at their home.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 12, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - - At Faulkton, March 10, 1891, at the residence of the bride's parents, Cicero Graham and Miss Aga Crouter, both of this city.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 12, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - March 5th, 1891, at Myron Rev. P. B. Fisk officiating, Mr. Christ Bach and Miss Katie Thiede both of Myron


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, September 3, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
A wedding took place a H. J. Utley’s on Tuesday evening, Rev. Knox officiating, Miss Mae Utley to Andrew Amo.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 2, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
Cards are out announcing the marriage of Oscar G. Monroe to Katharina Weber which took place at the residence of Mayor G. A. Morse in this city Wednesday evening July 1st, Rev. Father Hermerling officiating. They are a worthy young couple and have the best wishes of all their friends who hope their journal through life may be a pleasant one.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, May 14, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - - At the residence of the brides brother, in No. 6, Mr. Alf. Kleeblatt and Miss Sophia Weyand, both of Faulk county. Rev. Westfall officiating


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, February 5, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - - In this city on Tuesday, Feb. 3d by M. Purdy, j.p., Mr. Scott Joy and Mrs. Sabina Fleming


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 15, 1891, Page
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED.
On Wednesday, January 14th, Mr. G. A. Morse and Mrs. Marietta Talcott, Rev. Stevens officiating.
The groom is an old and well known resident and is one of our most enterprising and progressive business men being at the present city mayor, while the bride is one of our best known and most popular ladies. Their many friends in this city and vicinity join in extending congratulations and wish them much happiness in their new relation.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 27, 1890, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: At the residence of Thomas O'Neil, Nov. 25th, Mr. Chas. Secaur of this city and Miss Mary Wald, of Stanley, Wis.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 1, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
At Redfield, Thursday, Dec. 18th, Mr. Chas. Griffee and Miss Cora Hatfield, of Seneca.
Their many friends I this vicinity wish them much happiness and extend congratulations.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 20, 1890, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - - At the residence of the bride’s father, Wm. Maxted, on Thursday, Nov 13, 1890, Mr. Charles A. Schaeffer and Miss Mamie Maxted, Rev. P. E. Knox, of DeVoe officiating.
The contracting parties are well and favorably known here having been residents since the first settlement of the county. The ceremony was witnessed by a house full of relatives and friends who sat down and did ample justice to the magnificent supper. The happy couple were the recipients of many valuable and costly presents among which was a box of tropical fruits from the bride’s uncle in Chicago. May the richest blessings of this life always be with them.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, June 26, 1890, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - - At the residence of the bride's parents near Burkmere, June 20th, 1890, Chester D. Orr and Mary N. Finney, Rev L. H. Wiles officiating.
Quite a number of presents were received of which the following is a list: Mrs. Pickler, rocking chair; Miss Ault, one-half dozen napkins; Lulu Pickler, pair towels; Mr. and Mrs. Harlen and Mr. and Mrs. Hall three silver tablespoons and one-half dozen teaspoons; Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Orr, glass tea set; Mr. and Mrs. D. Wood, one-half dozen silver teaspoons; Aggie Crouter, cake stand; Mr. Norton, music weight; Beulah Finney, glass water pitcher; Father and mother of the bride, and brothers, Orr and Bertie, glass fruit set and towels; Ollie Cavit, one-half dozen napkins; Mrs. Freeman, pickle dish; Winnie Freeman, toureen; Willie and May Hall, potato masher and rolling pin.
A large number of young people with whom the bride and groom are great favorites were present. Altogether it was a very joyous occasion. The RECORD extends congratulations.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, June 26, 1890, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED at Watertown, S. D. on Thursday, June 19th, 1890, by Rev. M. S. Robinson, W. A. Young and Miss Anna Schoenfeldt.
Miss Schoenfeldt will be remembered as a former clerk in the store of E. Blakeshe & Co. of gthis city and is a very worthy young lady. The groom is one of Gettysburg's most prominent young business me. Our congratulations are extended


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, May 22, 1890, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - - At the residence of the brides mother in LaFoon, Mr. M. A. Warner and Miss Clara Sprowls both of LaFoon, Rev. Knox officiating.
The bride and groom are both well known in this vicinity and have many friends who wish them joy and happiness in their new relations.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, December 5, 1889, page 3
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: -- -- At the Bonsey house, in this City, Nov. 26th, Mr. Adelbert Glidden, of Gettysburg, and Miss Jennie Coon, of Broadhead, Wis., Rev. Clay D. Chunn, officiating. The groom is a merchant of Gettysburg, where they take up their residence. The RECORD wishes them well in their new life.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 2, 1890, Page 2
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: RUHLMAN-ROBERTSON --- At the residence of John L. Chain, in Faulkton, on Wednesday January 1, 1890, Rev. L. B. Wites officiating. Mr. Benjamin F. Ruhlman of Rockham, and Miss Annie Robertson, of Miranda.
Both of the contracting parties are well know residents of this county and the RECORD unites with Frank's host of friends in congratulating him on his admirable choice of a life partner. May their auspicious beginning lose none of its happiness in the years to come.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 23, 1890, Page 3
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: At the residence of Mr. J. K. Sechler, at this place on Wednesday, January 22nd, 1890, Rev. C. D. Chunn officiating, Mr. Frank Turner and Miss Clara Slattery.
The ceremony was witnessed by a happy assemblage of the admiring friends of the contracting parties. The groom is well known as the district attorney of this county and a young attorney of brilliant prospects which are greatly enhanced by his fortunate drawing in cupid’s lottery. The bride’s parents reside at Oconto, Wis., but the major part of her residence during the past two years has been with her sister, Mrs. Sechler, at this place, and she is well known as an accomplished and leading member of society in our town. They will go to housekeeping at once in the Eyler residence, recently purchased by Frank, second door east of the Congregational church, on Main street, and their wide circle of acquaintances wish them a long and happy experience as husband and wife. The RECORD desires to unite with their many friends in tendering congratulations.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 30, 1890, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED ---- At this place, on Wednesday, January 29, Justice Mark Purdy officiating, Sam J. Loken and Anna P. Olson.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, February 21, 1889, page 6
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: On February 17, 1889, at the M. E. Parsonage, Faulkton, Rev. W. J. Hyde officiating, Fred R. Sebring to Miss Eliza Grey, both of Orient, Dakota.
May the happy couple have a prosperous journey through life.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, April 25, 1889, page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED - - at Kasson, Minnesota on Thursday, April 18th, 1889, Mr. A. M. Lawrence, of this place, and Mrs. Mattie Thompson, of Linesville, Pennsylvania.
Lawrence rather stole a march on his friends in this transaction but he has something of a reputation as a sly coon and they are all willing to forgive him and unite with the RECORD in wishing him and his fair bride many years of happy existence as husband and wife. The ladies of our town are anxious to make Mrs. L’s debut in their midst one that will hereafter be cherished in pleasant memories. A little incident connected with the meeting at Kasson, where it had been arranged to take place by malice aforethought, which is by the way a good joke on Lawrence, will bear being exposed right here. Mrs. L. was accompanied in her journey westward by Mrs. Stevens, a sister of Lawrence. They had urged that he should meet them in Chicago but he had protested that business made it impossible to comply but directed the time and route of their coming. He then slipped down to Chicago and watched the arrival of the train on which they were due. But they came not. With many forebodings of evil he returned to Kasson to find that the ladies had some business ideas of their own and had taken an earlier train through Chicago, in order to make better connections, and were quietly awaiting a tardy groom. “The best laid plans of men and mice ‘gang aft again.’”


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, April 25, 1889, page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED – At Faulkton, April 24, Justice Mark Purdy officiating, Davis C. Anderson of Miranda, and Miss Nellie M. Cralle of Faulkton.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, April 25, 1889, page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED – At the M. E. Parsonage, by the Rev. Jas. Rowe, on Monday, April 15, 1889, Bernard Laverty, of Hitchcock, and Miss Ella M. Strevel, of Faulkton.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, May 30, 1889, page 5
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED ---- At this place, on Sunday, May 28th, Rev. J. W. Hyde officiating, Mr. A. C. Moore and Miss Ada Peck.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 4, 1889, page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
Mr. Andrew Edmunds and Miss Alice V. McDonald, of Lebanon, were married in this city on Saturday of last week. Justice Purdy officiated.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 11, 1889, page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
Married: At the M. E. Parsonage, at Faulkton, Dakota, on July 9th,. 1889. W. J. Hyde officiating. Thos. G. Clark and Rebecca Ogen, both of Burkmere.


Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: Hurst-Chapman, at the Michigan house, Northville, Dakota, July 16, 1889, Miss Nellie Chapman of DeVoe to Geo. Hurst, of Northville.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, September 19, 1889, page
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - - - At the M. E. Parsonage in Faulkton, on September 12, Rev. J. W. Hyde officiating, Mr. Edward C. Gardner and Miss Annie N. Peterson both of Hand County.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, September 12, 1889, page 2
Contributed by Harold Way
HYMEN’S HAPPY CAPER
An Interesting Social Event Enlivens DeVoe to the Music of Wedding Bells.
MARRIED: - - - At the M. E. church at DeVoe, South Dakota, Rev. L. B. Bullock, of Jefferson, Wisconsin officiating, Rev. E. O. Bullock of DeVoe, and Miss Lula M. Eaton, of Eatondale.
Rev. E.O. Bullock one of the popular and successful young ministers of the Dakota Conference has been with us a year and made a host of friends by his earnest work.
Miss Lula is one of Eatondale’s brightest young ladies whose many accomplishments joined to a high moral and religious character makes her beloved by all.
The many beautiful gifts sent from friends at her old home in New Hampshire speak volumes for her life from childhood, and attest her worth among those who know her best.
This wedding was by far the most pleasant event that has taken place in this locality for many seasons.
Before the appointed hour came, the church, which was beautifully decorated, was crowded to its fullest capacity. Promptly at three o’clock the wedding couple came up the aisle accompanied by the wedding march executed by Mrs. E. Cooper, and took their places under the suspended arch of pressed ferns.
The ceremony was rendered all the more appropriate and impressive by being performed by the groom’s father.
The wedding party accompanied by about fifty of the guests then drove to the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Eaton, where the wedding supper was beautifully spread.
After spending a few hours pleasantly and again extending hearty congratulations the friends bade them farewell. Following is the list of presents and names of donors: Note of forty dollars, paid by Rev. L. B. Bullock, Jefferson, Wisconsin; set silver knives and forks and sugar spoon, Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Bullock; pieced quilt, Mrs. L. B. Bullock; silver sugar bowl, Mr. J. C. F. Bullock, Bowdel, S.D.; bureau and rocking chair, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Eaton; vinegar cruise, Gertie L. Eaton; breakfast caster, Maud B. Eaton; individual ssalt cellars, Blanche and Bertha Eaton; dinner set and water set, Grandpa and Grandma Brown, New Hampshire; silver pickle caster, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Brown; ten pounds maple sugar, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Brown, New Hampshire; mirror, Uncle Frank Brown, New Hampshire; silver butter knife and teapot and center table, Aunt Belle, New Hampshire; pillow shams, Aunt Mary Scribner, New Hampshire; table cloth, towels and crumb cloth tray, Aunt Lizzie, New Hampshire; tray cloth, Nellie Tuttle,; set silver teaspoons and tablespoons, Mr. George Bailey, New Hampshire; silver cake basket, Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Jones, New Hampshire; milk pitcher, Mr. H. J. Perry; mustache cup and saucer, Mrs. H. J. Perry; salt and pepper caster, Miss Perry; glass set, fruit set and pickle and cheese dish, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Matteson; large lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Ayers and Mr. Druly; pair towels, Mr. and Mrs. I. Meade; linen table cloth, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kegler; bed spread, Mr. and Mrs. Maxtel; half-dozen napkins, Willie and Emily Maxtel; toilet set, Mannie Maxtel; clock, Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Brown, Athol; pair silver napkin rings, Mr. and Mrs. Waterman; “The Fair God,” Rev. Norton, Faulkton; “Schiller,” Miss Helen P. Bissell; celery dish, Misses May and Cora Utley; bed spread, Mr. and Mrs. R. Knapton; lace pillow shams, John and Nora Knapton; pair towels and holder, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Prindle; dozen napkins, Mr. D. A. Passage; wash bowl and pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Clark; towel, Miss Myrtle Clark; table spread, Mr. and Mrs. Newby; set silver knives and forks, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hain and Mr. H. P. Bechtol; water pitcher, Aranella Hain; berry dish, Maude Hain; Earthen tea pot, Eli Matteson; set nickel plated flatirons, Mr. and N. E. Howes; wool comforter, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Miller.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, October 17, 1889, page 3
Contributed by Harold Way
MARRIED: - At the Bonsey House Oct. 5th, 1889, Chas. M. Elliot to Miss Cora J. Snyder, both of Hyde county, Rev. Chunn officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, October 31, 1889, page 3
Contributed by Harold Way
YOUNG-KENDALL: Married at the residence of M. P. Springer, in Faulkton, on Wednesday, October 30th, 1889, Rev. Clay Chunn officiating. Mr. Fremont Young and Miss Eva Kendall, both of this place.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 11, 1889, page 4
Contributed by Harold Way
Chas. H. Paul and Emma A. Millner were married at the residence of C. A. Thompson, on July 8th, 1889, the Rev. E. O. Bullock officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 14, 1889, page 3
Contributed by Harold Way
ROCKHAM
Married: On Sunday November 19, 1889, by Rev. Stump, Mr. John H. Williams and Ada H. Pew, both of this place. The contracting parties are well and favorably known at this place. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. Henry Williams and has lived here with his father since the spring of '83. The bride is the daughter of Mr. G. W. Pew, who resides just south of Rockham in Hand county and has taught several terms of school in that county and this. They have the best wishes of a host of friends in entering on their matrimonial voyage.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, December 27, 1888, page 1
transcribed and contributed by Harold Way

Married: Jackman – Purcell – At the residence of the bride’s father, at De Voe, Dec. 19, 1888, Mr. W. T. Jackman and Miss Mercer of Purcell. Rev. P. E. Know officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jackman have gone to housekeeping in their elegant new house a few miles east of here.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 3, 1889, page 5

transcribed and contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: At the residence of H. D. Chamberlain, at this place, on Tuesday, Jan. 1st, 1990, by Judge C. H. Derr, Mr. Nathan C. Marvin and Miss Ida M. Pritchard, both of 118-66 in this county.

The many friennds of the contracting parties, both in eastern Faulk and at this place, will unite in wishing them a royal road of happiness through the journey of life.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 3, 1889, page 5

transcribed and contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED; At the Methodist parsonage at this place, on Thursday, Dec. 27th, 1888, Rev. W. J. Hyde officiating, Mr. Chres. Sorenson and Miss Petrine Pederson.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 17, 1889, page 5

transcribed and contributed by Harold Way

Married, at Bellville, Wis., Jan 1st, 1889, Miss Grace Smith of Bellville, to Geo. Knox, of De Voe.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 31, 1889, page 5

transcribed and contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED - At the M. E. parsonage in Faulkton, by Rev. W. J. Hyde, on Jan 30th, 1889, Mr. Henry C. Wagener and Miss Lizzie T. Wagener, both of Burkmere in this county.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 31, 1889, page 5

transcribed and contributed by Harold Way

S. Akers and Mrs. Gohene launched their bark on the sea of matrimony the 22d inst. May more sunshine than shadow be with them through their life's voyage.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, January 31, 1889, page 5

transcribed and contributed by Harold Way

The long looked for event of the season occurred the 9th inst in the union of J. H. Thomas and Miss Margaret Evans. Both are well known and highly respected as pioneers of Emerson township.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, October 11, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - On Wednesday evening, Oct. 10th, 1888, at the home office of the bride near Miranda, by Rev. Clinton Douglas, Fremont Kegler and Miss Etta Vanhise.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, October 11, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - At Zell, Dakota, Oct 1st, 1888, by Father Benning, Annie Joynt of Wesley to Henry Nicholson, of De Voe.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, October 11, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - On Monday, Oct. 8th, 1888, by Mark Purdy, Justice of the Peace, at this place, Mr. Wilhelm Niederbaumer and Miss Charlotte Kleffman, both of Millard, Dakota.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, October 11, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - At the residence of the brides parents, Wednesday, Oct. 3rd, 1999 by the Ref. P. E. Knox, Edward P. Calkins and Anna Belle French both of DeVoe.

The bride and groom are well known and popular people here, having lived at this place several years, they have hosts of friends in church and society. Many who witnessed the play, “Dot and the Miner’s Daughter” last July as “Dot” and “Royal Meadows.” They now act a part in life’s real play. May their lives be as calm and peaceful as a summer sea, and if the waves of adversity and trouble must roll, may they only surge against the shores of duty.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, October 4, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - On Tuesday evening September 30th, at the residence of the bride, in this city, by Rev. T. Simmons, Mr. Elmer Rigby, of Lewiston, Idaho, to Mrs. Dr. Curtis.

The wedding was a quiet one, none but immediate relatives and friends witnessing the ceremony, which was followed by an elegant supper. The groom comes highly recommended as an upright Christian gentleman from the Pacific slope and during his visit with relations here has made friends of those with whom he has met. The bride it is needless to say has hosts of friends and admirers in church and society, while in her profession has patients and patrons utter a vigorous protest against her being spirited away even by a good man. Dr. Rigby goes to Chicago this week to finish her professional studies, and Mr. Rigby returns home to Idaho. The kindest wishes of all will follow them.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, October 4, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - At the residence of the bride’s parents, Sabbath 10 A. M., September 30th, 1888, by Rev. T. Simmons, Henry Y. Tarbell and Myra E. Thayer both of Cresbard.

The groom is a very fine young man who living in the neighborhood but one year gained the confidence and respect of the community and especially of the very estimable young lady he has chosen for his wife. The bride is highly esteemed, a good Christian and is every way worthy to be the light and joy of one of the happiest homes. A remarkable incident of the wedding was the serving of a can of peaches presented to the bride when a baby with the request that they be opened on the occasion of her marriage.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, September 20, 1888, page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED - - At St. Lawrence, Dakota, on Tuesday, September 18th, 1888, Fred L. Platts of this place and Etta M. Harrison of St. Lawrence.

Mr. Platts is well known as the gentlemanly agent of Lightner & Bicklehaupt, grain dealers at this place, and his many friends will give him a thrice welcome on his return with his bride.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, September 20, 1888, page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

The marriage of F. L. Hutnes, of this place, and Miss Knox, daughter of P. E. Knox, of DeVoe, is reported to occur this evening at that place.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, August 2, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - - In Roanoke, July 29th, at the home of the bride’s sister, by Rev. Clinton Douglas, Valentine McPherson and Lida Anderson, both of Faulkton.

Good boy Valentine. The RECORD wishes yourself and wife many happy returns of your wedding day.

 

SOURCE Faulk County Record, September 27, 1888, Page 1
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: - - On Thursday, Sept. 20th, 1888 at the residence of the bride’s parent near De Voe, Mr. Fred L. Humes of this place and Miss Addie E. Knox, the Rev. P. E. Knox officiating.

Both the contracting parties are well know [sic] throughout the county and the RECORD simply echoes the sentiment of their many friends in bidding them God speed on the journey of life.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, July 19, 1888 (page 1)
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED.

Pesha-Ruhlman: At this place on Wednesday evening, July 18th, 1888, Rev. C. Douglas officiating, Mr. Joseph Pesha, of 188-66, and Miss Louise Ruhlman of 117-66.

Both the contracting parties are well known as early settlers and highly esteemed residents of eastern Faulk and the RECORD unites with their numerous friends in extending congratulations to them. Good boy, Joe. We honor your judgment.


 

SOURCE: Faulk County Record, July 5, 1888

Contributed by Harold Way

DEVOE ITEMS

Married --- At Ashton, Dak., June 21st, 1888 Miss Eva Coleman of Ashton to Elmer Cooper of DeVoe.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, May 26, 1892
Contributed by Harold Way

At the residence of the brides parents at Myron, Wednesday, May 25th, 1892 Rev. Fisk officiating, Mr. Frank Marsh and Miss Hattie Tennant, both of Myron.

Two more of Faulk county’s young people joined together to travel through this vale of tears. The best wishes of the Record goes with them.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, May 26, 1892
Contributed by Harold Way

Orange Blossoms.
At the residence of the brides parents in LaFoon, Wednesday, May 25th, 1892, Rev. Fist, of Myron, officiating, Mr. Wm. Plants and Miss Belle Garrick.

The contracting parties are well and favorable known, the bride being the daughter of Mr. Alex Garrick and the groom one of LaFoon’s first settlers. The Record wishes the young couple many years of happiness.


SOURCE: Aberdeen Daily News, January 11, 1894
Contributed by Harold Way

W. J. Price, of Fargo, N. D., arrived at the Sherman Tuesday and yesterday was united in marriage by Ref. Fr. Early to Miss Alice Purcell, of Devoe, Faulk County.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 9, 1891, Page 4
Contributed by Harold Way

Married.
ANDERSON-MITCHELL: - - - At the residence of W. H. Race, on St. John street, Wednesday evening, July 8th, 1891, Francis Anderson, of Warner, South Dakota, and Miss Sarah I. Mitchell, of this city, Rev. J. S. Akers officiated.

SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, July 16, 1891, Page 4
Married.
ANDERSON-MITCHELL - - - At the residence of W. H. Race and the Mitchell family, Faulkton S. D., Wednesday, July 8th, at 8 p.m., Mr. Francis Anderson and Miss Sadie I. Mitchell, Rev. J. S. Akers officiating.

Only the immediate friends of the family and members of the bride’s class of boys in the M. E. Sunday school were present as guests.

The groom is a well to-do-farmer of Warner, South Dakota, a true Scot, of pious life and sterling worth.

The bride is a well know [sic] citizen of this county, from the days of the Mitchell hotel in old La Foon to the present time having participated with untireing zeal in the promotion of every good cause that has been projected among us. Hearty good wishes of multitudes here go with her to her new home, and hopes for a sunny future.

Tokens of esteem were showered upon the bride by many friends. Her Sunday School class bestowing several, while over twenty families of our citizens united in presenting a lovely porcelain set of extensive variety, besides several items from friends in the Presbyterian church, and from the Methodist Ladie’s Aid Society, and others including some valuable silver ware from Miss May Race et.al.


SOURCE: The Republican-Record, Thursday, October 25, 1894, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

Married: At Faulkton, on Sunday, October 21st, 2894, Rev. Julius Stevens officiating. C. D. Tuttle and Miss Belle Brewer, both of Burkmere. The REPUBLICAN-RECORD offers congratulations.


SOURCE: The Republican-Record, Thursday, October 18, 1894, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: At Faulkton on Thursday, October 11th, 1894, Justice D. S. Smith officiating, Mr. Clint B. Reynolds and Mrs. Fannie Johnson, both of this place.


SOURCE: The Republican-Record, Thursday, August 2, 1894, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

WEDDING BELLS.
The Marriage of Mr. Geo. H. Hansel of Barnesville, Minnesota, and Miss Anna M. Bailey, of this city occurred on Tuesday evening at the residence of the bride’s parents: Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bailey, Rev. Julius Stevens officiating, int eh presence of a large number of invited guests. The principal event was supplemented by a most excellent repast which was highly praised by all present, both by word and action.

Mr. Hansel is well known as a former resident here, and is now in a former resident here, and is in the employ of the Great Northern Railway company at Barnesville, Minn. The bride is a most estimable and accomplished young lady and will be greatly missed from society at this place.

The following is a partial list of the many presents received from their admiring friends:

Plush couch; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hansel, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hays, D. D. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Evans, Mr. and Mrs E. E. Champion, Geo Beatty, E. J. Scott, Chas. Rathman, Omer Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. W. Swearengen, Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Brainard.

Center table; S. C. Bailey, Susie Small.

Fancy vases; Mr.a dn Mrs. J. J. Jarvis.

Chenille table cover; Mr. and Mrs E. C. Wiltse, Charles City, Iowa

Rug and pair damask towels; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Swearengen.

Fancy willow rocker; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Farr, Mr.a nd Mrs. F. W. Edson, Miss Katie Linden, Pierre, S. D.

Oxidized silver toilet set; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pickler, Lulu and Madge Pickler, D. H. Latham.

Dozen damask napkins; Romie Ferguson, Minnie Bailey.

Bed spread; Harry McDearmon, Ben Darby.

Pair damask towels; Mrs. Powers.

Pair damask towels; Mr. and Mrs. John Pafford

Felt table spread; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Vinton.

China cups and saucers; Mr. and Mrs. Joel Rush

China Plates; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Oaks.

Damask table cloth; Mr. and Mrs. John Darby.

Steel engraving; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morse

Silver fruit knives; Miss. Nellie Ault, Aberdeen, S. D.

Silver napkin ring; Cora Swearengen, Minnie Miller

Silver salt set; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Keithley.

Pair deamask towels; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller

Silver tea set; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rathman, Mr and Mrs. L. H. Bailey.

Hand painted satin tidy; Misses Kate and Mary Small

Silver sugar bowl; Robert Stoddard

Silver sugar spoon and butter knife; Mr. and Mrs. P. O. O’Neil.

Fancy doily; Miss Kate Linden, Pierre, S. D.

Set silver teaspoons; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnston

Silver butter dish; Miss Minnie Hansel, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hansel, Charles City, Iowa

Set of tumbler doileys; Mrs. M. M. Orr, Pierre, S. D.

Set silver teaspoons; Master Thayer Bailey.

Set silver knives and forks; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bailey, Pierre, S. D.

Fancy stocking bag; Miss Susie Small.


SOURCE: The Republican-Record, Thursday, August 2, 1894, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

MARRIED: At Faulkton, on July 21st, 1894, Justice D. S. Smith officiating, John V. Moberg and Elsie A. Johnson, both of Miranda.


Source: The Republican-Record, Thursday, July 12, 1894, Page 8
Contributed by Harold Way

Married: - - - On Tuesday, July 3rd, at Redfield, S.D., Mr. Edwin Hoffman to Miss Luella Tucker, both of this city [i.e., Faulkton]. The happy couple have the congratulations and best wishes of many friends. They will be found at home on their Main Street farm after July 12th.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday April 5 (page head states April 4, 1894, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way

Married

In this city, on Saturday, March 31st, Mr. Hiram Rose, of Wesley, and Miss Anna Cheak of this city, Justice D. S. Smith officiating.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, March 29, 1894, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way

Myron.
Married: -- At Myron, on Tuesday, March 20th, 1894, Rev. P. B. Fisk officiating Mr. Charles E. Chapman and Miss Mary C. Gabler, both of Myron, at 4:00 p.m. The ceremony took place in the church which had been specially arranged and tastefully decorated for the occasion. They were present a large company of friends and relatives, among them were the groom’s sisters Mrs. Wm. Derr, Miss Eunice Chapman, Mrs. Helms and Miss Fortine of Turton, and Miss Inez Derr, of Faulkton. After the public exercises a goodly number of guests assembled at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gabler, to enjoy the abundant hospitalities of the wedding feast.

The happy couple received many valuable and appropriate gifts, and they enter on their new life with the hearty congratulations and best wishes of a large circle of friends.
P. B. F.


SOURCE: Faulk County Record, Thursday, November 23, 1893, Page 5
Contributed by Harold Way

Married.
At DeVoe, on Nov. 9th, 1893, Wm. Wade, of Millard and Hatti R. Pettit , of DeVoe, Rev. P. E. Knox officiating.

 

 

 

 

 




 



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