Yankton County



MARRIAGES

 

GROOMS   BRIDES  
Chambers, Elmer
Eiler, Harry
Groom, Earl
Guptill, Frank Leslie
Lorenson, George
Martin, Roy
Miner, William
Nelson, Martin
Peters, J.
Slowey, John
Slowey, Thomas
Thompson, J. R.
Ulrich, Edward B.
Welfe, Lewis
 

Bain, Mary

Boone, Havel
Burns, Teresia
Edgerton, Jessie
Gleason, Gertrude
Hand, Grace
Hoyt, Annie
Huber, Anna C.
Jirick, Carrie
Keen, Nettie
Kelley, Eliza
Moser, Anna Maria
Nyberg, Helfried
Seymour, Viola
 

 

 

Eiler - Hand

Source: St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO) Thursday, 5 Dec. 1889; transcribed by FoFG mz

At Yankton, S. Dak., Wednesday, Grace, daughter of ex-Secretary Hand, was married to Harry Eiler of England.


Martin - Edgerton
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Sunday, 7 July 1912) transcribed by FoFG mz

Mantorville, Minn. – Miss Jessie Edgerton of Yankton, S. D., and Dr. Roy Martin of Duluth, son of Judge and Mrs. J. F. Martin of this place, were married at the bride’s home.


On the 6th inst., at the residence of Mr. J. B. Greenway, near Yankton, by the Rev. S.W. Ingham, Mr. J. Peters of Dakota territory to Miss. Eliza Kelley, of Nebraska The Weekly Dakotian, (Yankton, SD) Saturday, August 17, 1861 [C. Horton -2009]


In Yankton, D.T., July 17th 1864, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. M. Hoyt, Mr. William Miner and Miss Annie Hoyt, all of Yankton. Dakota Weekly Union, (Yankton, SD) Tuesday, July 19, 1864 [C. Horton -2009]


Transcribed from the Certificate of Marriage:
Church of St. Kyran, Mayfield, S.D.

This is to Certify that JOHN SLOWEY and TERESIA BURNS were lawfully married on the 24th day of February, 1886
According to the Rite of the Roman Catholic Church and in conformity with the laws of the State of South Dakota
Rev. Jacob Sohirra, officiating in the presence of Peter Burns and Ellen Slowey, Witnesses, as appears from the Marriage Register of this Church.
Dated 30 March 2011

(provided by Jenny Lanctot)


Marriage Record
County: Yankton
Postoffice: Irene, Yankton co.
Date of Marriage: April 17, 1917
Husband: Thomas Slowey [Sr or Jr]
Residence: Irene PO, Yankton co.
Age: 20
Nationality: native
Bachelor
Wife: Anna C. Huber
Residence: Utica P.O., Yankton co.
Age: 21
Nationality: native
Maiden
Clergyman: Anton Keffes, Cath. Priest

(provided by Jenny Lanctot)


Iowa Marriages (1809-1992)
Contributed by Marla Zwakman
Groom: Martin Nelson
Bride: Anna Maria Moser
Married: 11 Sept. 1947 at Yankton, South Dakota


Aberdeen American (27 July 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Yankton – Miss Helfried Nyberg of this city and Frank Leslie Guptill of Chamberlain were united in marriage by Rev. A. M. Mannes of Trinity Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Guptill left the same evening for Chicago on their wedding journey. They will make their home at Chamberlain.


Aberdeen American (21 July 1912) transcribed by FoFG MZ
At 8:30 o’clock, Thursday evening, July 18, Miss Viola Seymour, of Yankton, was united in marriage to Edward B. Ulrich, of Huron. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. B. Tibbets, D.D., of Yankton, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Bush.
 


Aberdeen American (21 July 1912) transcribed by FoFG MZ
At the home of Mrs. Annie Todd in West Yankton, Miss Havel Boone was married Wednesday evening, July 17, to Elmer Chambers of Yankton. Rev. J. M. Tibbets performed the ceremony. The young people will reside in Yankton.
 


Aberdeen American (3 July 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Campbell – Married, June 20, by Rev. Thomas Barr of the Presbyterian church, Nettie Keen of Campbell to J. R. Thompson of Volin, S. D. They will make their home with the parents of the bride.
 


Aberdeen Daily News (21 Sept. 1907) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Yankton – George Lorenson was married here to Miss Gertrude Gleason.
 


Aberdeen Daily News (21 Sept. 1907) transcribed by FoFG MZ
At Martinsville, Ind., Earl Groom of this city and Miss Mary Bain were married.
 


Aberdeen Daily News (2 Aug. 1911) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Yankton, Aug. 2. – Lewis Welfe and Carrie Jirick of Tabor came to Yankton to be married on the quiet at the city hall. They were greeted by a big band concert, got tangled up in two fires, one near a moving picture show they were attending, the other a fire which broke up the bridal procession at the city building. Bride and bridegroom decided Yankton was not the place for quiet weddings.



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