Following is data from newspaper notices and other sources regarding marriages. Additional transcribed data regarding deaths is available in these sub-collections:
Arranged in alphabetical order by groom's last name.

Ackenfuss - Stoll

Marriage Record 00270
Husband - Nicholas Ackenfuss
Residence - Potosi
Wife - Frances Stoll
Date - 15 May 1854
Location - Potosi
Catholic Clergyman; Schrouthenbock
Registered - 21 Aug 1854

Source: Wisconsin State Historical Society Library; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Atwood - Poe

Married: In Potosi, on Thursday, 23rd inst., by Rev. C.E. Jones, Mr. Davis Atwood, of Madison, to Mrs. Mary Ann Poe, of the former place.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI) 29 Aug 1849; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Billings - Bray

MARRIED,
At Platteville, on Thursday, the 5th inst., by Rev. Mr. Heath, Hon. Henry M. Billings, of Iowa county, and Miss Ann Bray of St. Louis.

Source: Wisconsin Democrat (Madison, WI) Saturday, Mar. 14, 1846; transcribed by FoFG mz

Boebel - Miller

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Ottmer Boebel, of Marion, and Florence Miller, of Marietta

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 12 Feb 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Brainerd - Hill

MARRIED.
At the Methodist parsonage in this city, Sept. 27, 1888, by Rev. W. J. McKay, Mr. William Brainerd, of Boscobel, and Miss Minta P. Hill, of Black Earth.

Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, WI) Friday, 12 Oct. 1888; transcribed by FoFG mz

Broderick - McBreen

The Dubuque Herald gives a detailed account of a fashionable wedding which took place at Hazel Green last Thursday, the contracting parties being Mr. John T. Broderick, a former well-known and respected resident at that city, now doing business at St. Paul, and Miss Mary A. McBreen, oldest daughter of the late and well known Dr. McBreen, of Hazel Green. The Herald, in describing the wedding says, the ceremony took place at 10 a.m., and was performed by Rev. James Kinsella, of Shullsburg, in the presence of a large number of friends, at St. Joseph's Church. The bride was attended by Miss Mary Broderick, sister of Mr. Broderick, and Mr. J.D. [Lese?] has assisted the groom. After the ceremony Father Kinsella sang the nuptial mass and pronounced the nuptial benediction. A select choir composed of the Misses Theresa, Kate and Rose McBreen, sisters of the bride, and Mr. Frank Thompson, sang a very pretty mass, and at the offertory, "Veni Jesu," in splendid style. Miss Kate McBreen presided at the organ, and played the "Wedding March" very finely upon the entrance of the parties into the church. The toilets of the bride and her attendant were very handsome and most becoming to both.

Source: Grant County Witness (Platteville, WI), 7 Jan 1875

Burns - Lockhart

MARRIED:
At Lancaster, Grant county, on the 15th inst., by Horace S. Liscum, Esq., Mr. Peter Burns to Miss Maria J. Lockhart.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (WI) Thursday, 6 Feb. 1851; transcribed by FoFG mz

Chambeau - Hill

Frank Chambeau was married to Miss Annie Hill on Tuesday evening. The boys called on them later.

Source: Grant County Democrat, 25 Mar 1886. Transcribed by MCK.

Clark - Redman

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Laurence Clark, of Patch Grove, and Frances Redman, of Millville

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 12 Feb 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Cooley - Dobson

RED LAKE, Minn., Aug. 8. - The wedding of Miss Ellen Dobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Dobson, and Harry C. Cooley of Fennimore, Wis., took place at the home of the bride's parents Wednesday. Mrs. C. O. Swanson, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and C. O. Swanson, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Cooley left for a trip and will make their home at New Glarus, after Sept. 1.

Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, Minn.) Sunday, 9 Aug. 1914; transcribed by FoFG mz

Delaware - Reed

Married: Mr. Delaware to Miss Reed, both of Glen Haven.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 12 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Dewey - Richmond

Married: Mr. Dewey to Miss Richmond, both of Fennimore.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Donkle - Vannatta

Marriage in Paris township by Rev C.A. Wight; Miss Rosetta M. Vannatta of Paris to Mr. Arthur A. Donkle, farmer of Verona.

Source: Platteville Grant County Witness (Platteville, WI) 1 Jan 1894; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Dyster - Shiffman

Married: Mr. Dyster (?) to Miss Schiffman, both of Potosi.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Fletcher - McAuley

MARRIED,
On the 13th inst., at Lancaster, Grant county, by the Rev. Bartholomew Weed, John S. Fletcher, esq., to Miss Margaret McAyuley, all of that place.

Source: Wisconsin Enquirer (Madison, WI) Saturday, 25 Jan. 1840; transcribed by FoFG mz

Gilroy - Thomson

Married: On the 17th inst., at Wingville, by Wm. Kinney, Esq., Mr. Henry F. Gilroy, of Franklin, to Miss Mary C. Thomson, of the former place.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI) 29 Aug 1849; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Greene - Hallenberger

Married: Mr. Greene of Lancaster, to Miss Hallenberger of Liberty.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 12 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Hallenberger - Specht

Married: Mr. Hallenberger to Miss Specht, of Beetown.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 12 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Harper - Moore

County Superintendent C L. Harper, of Boscobel, and Miss Clara Moore, of Lancaster, were married on the 23rd ult-

Source: Wisconsin State Journal April 13, 1888 - Sub. by a Friend of Free Genealogy

Helbing - Splinter

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Adam Helbing and Margaret Splinter, both of Paris

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 12 Feb 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Hodge - Nye

MARRIED.
In Syene, September 14, at the residence of Mrs. Sewall Nye, by the Rev. C. H. Richards, D.D., Mr. Jacob L. Hodge, of Lancaster, Wis., to Miss Josephine F. Nye, of Syene.

Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wis.) Tuesday, 19 Sept. 1882; transcribed by FoFG mz

Hoppman - Weigmann

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Vincent Hoppman of Platteville and Leona Weigmann of Sinsinawa

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 29 Jan 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Howard - Getzlaff

Platteville, Wis.--Special: Mrs. Alma Getzlaff and Clyde Howard, both of Platteville, were married at Galena, Ill., Monday afternoon, it was learned here Friday.
Mrs. Getzlaff moved to Platteville a few years ago and purchased a home here after having lived in Milwaukee several years. Mr. Howard has been farming and has been a rural free delivery mail carrier for the past 15 years.
They will make their home in Platteville.

Source: Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, Iowa) 17 July 1936; submitted by Jim Dezotell

Kolb - Keeler

HURLEY, Wis., Jan. 26. - Max W. Kolb, who is employed by J. F. Sullivan as druggist, was united in marriage to Miss Olive A. Keeler at Bagley, Wis. After a short wedding trip, they will go to housekeeping in one of the new Secor cottages on Copper street.

Source: Duluth News Tribune (MN) Monday, 27 Jan. 1913; transcribed by FoFG mz

Jahn - Draves

Germantown, Wis., is the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Jahn who were married on July 11. The couple repeated their vows at 8 p.m. at the Methodist church, Fennimore, Wis.

The bride is the former Darlene Kathryn Draves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Draves, Fennimore. She wore a floor length gown of nylon lace over satin.

Matron of honor for her twin sister was Mrs. Robert Patek, Elkhorn, Wis. Mrs. Robert Winter, Milwaukee, sister of the bridegroom, was the bridesmaid. Best man for Mr. Jahn was his brother, Donald Jahn, Milwaukee. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jahn, 3640 E. Bottsford av., Cudahy.

Completing the wedding party were Lavern Draves, Dodgeville, Wis., brother of the bride, Mr. Patek and Mr. Winter. Karen and Jimmy Winter, Milwaukee, twin niece and nephew of the bridegroom, were candle lighters.

The couple left on a trip out west after a reception in the church parlor.

Mrs. Jahn is a graduate of Platteville State college.

Source: The Milwaukee Journal, 29 Jul 1959; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Klaas - Gubbels

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Edward Klaas, of Jamestown, and Viola Gubbels, of Smelser

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 12 Feb 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Klar - Neid

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Aloysius Klar of Platteville and Catherine Neid of Potosi

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 29 Jan 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Klar - Neid

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Aloysius Klar, of Platteville, and Catherine Neid, of Potosi.

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 12 Feb 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Klar - Neid

Potosi, Wis.--Special: A pretty wedding was solemnized in St. Thomas church here Saturday morning at 9 o'clock when the Rev. Boos Waldeck married Aloysius Klar of Platteville and Kathryn Neid of Potosi.

The couple was attended by Mary Klar of Platteville, sister of the bridegroom, and Donald Markus, cousin of the bride.

Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride to immediate relatives.

Mrs. Klar is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neid. Mr. Klar is a young farmer.

Miss Theresa Klein and Mrs. Leo Markus entertained at a miscellaneous shower for the couple last week at the Markus home.

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 11 Feb 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Klein - Kuster

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Alfred Klein and Dorothy Kuster, both of Potosi.

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 29 Jan 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Kreiser - Peter

Marriage Record 00359
Husband - Christian Kreiser
Residence - Potosi
Wife - Margaret Peter
Date - 28 Nov 1854
Location - Potosi
Color - white
Justice James W. Seaton, Potosi
Certificate - 29 Nov 1854
Registration - 18 Dec 1854

Source: Wisconsin State Historical Society Library; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Larson - James

Storden Man Is Wed Sept. 16 In Wisconsin

Rev. Fletcher Bennett officiated at the double ring ceremony which united in marriage Miss Janis Louis James and Lewis A. Larson on Sunday, Sept 16 at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church at Fennimore, Wis.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold James of Fennimore, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Larson of Storden.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a suit ensemble of light beige brocaded taffeta with matching accessories and carried a cascade bouquet of yellow and bronze pom poms.

Matron of honor was Mrs. Harlow R. James, Fennimore, Wis. She wore a beige and brown sheath with contrasting accessories and carried a bouquet of yellow pom poms.

James Griffen of Madison, Wis. was best man. Dallas Larson, brother of the groom, was soloist and accompanied by Mrs. William Beetham.

A reception was given by the bride's parents in the church parlors following the ceremony.

A 1961 graduate of Fennimore high school, the bride is a student at Luther college in Decorah, Ia. The groom is a 1962 graduate of Luther college and is the band instructor for the Postville high school, Postville, Ia.

Following a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Larson will make their home at 312 1/2 W. Broad St., Decorah, Ia.

Source: Westbrook Sentinel, 20 Sep 1962; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Loomis - Mayhew

MARRIED.
At Verona, April 2d, by S. J. Miles, Esq., Mr. Luman Loomis to Miss Harriet A. Mayhew, all of Grant county, Wis.

Source: Wisconsin Daily Patriot (Madison, Wis.) Friday, 8 Apr. 1864; transcribed by FoFG mz

McDonald - Hayden

Marriage Record 00362
Husband - Alphous McDonald
Father - Joseph McDonald
Mother - Rebecca McDonald
Occupation - miner
Residence - Beetown
Birthplace - Grant County
Wife - Mary Jane Hayden
Father - Samuel Hayden
Mother - Nancy Hayden
Date - 1 Jan 1855
Location - Lancaster
Color - white
Justice Stephen Mahood, Lancaster
Certificate - 1 Jan 1855
Registration - 3 Jan 1855

Source: Wisconsin State Historical Society Library; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

McDonald - Kee

Married: Mr. McDonald, of Potosi, to Miss Kee, of Waterloo.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 12 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Mechler - Muller

Potosi Pair Will Observe 68th Wedded Year Aug. 14

Couple Married at Ages of 21 and 17 Now Hale at 89 and 85; Seven of Thirteen Children Still Living; Four in Wisconsin.

Potosi, Wis., July 10.--(Special)--Married when they were 21 and 17, respectively, Mr. and Mrs. William Mechler, are now the longest married couple in this vicinity. After almost sixty-eight years of wedding life, both are active and in good health, at the ages of 89 and 85.

Seven of the thirteen children born to the couple are living and there are twenty-seven grandchildren and forty-three great-grandchildren. The children are the Rev. Frank Edward Mechler, Norwalk, Wis.; Mrs. Frank Siepker, Mrs. William Pluemer, and Bernard Mechler, all of Potosi; Mrs. William Friesen, Fairbault, Minn.; Joseph Mechler, Oklahoma City, and George Mechler, Merrimac, Okla.

The Mechlers were married in St. Andrew's church here on Aug 14, 1862, by the Rev. Frank Albers. They have lived in Potosi always.

Mrs. Mechler was born in the village of Potosi March 15, 1845, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Muller. Her husband was born in Baltimore, June 11, 1841, and came to Potosi at the age of 8. For many years he was a shoemaker here.

Source: The Milwaukee Sentinel 21 Jul 1930; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Mengel - Zaidan

Mr. James Mengel and Esther Zaidan Wed in Fennimore

Miss Esther Zaiden and James Mengel exchanged wedding vows at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Mary's church, Fennimore, Wis. Father Lawrence J. Bindl read the rites. A breakfast followed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zaidan, Fennimore.

White lace formed the bodice of the bride's gown. The skirt was of lace and satin. Her fingertip veil was secured by a half hat of lace. She carried white roses.

Miss Lavon Zaidan, Madison, was her sister's only attendant. A bouquet of salmon pink carnations and white chrysanthemums complemented her deep aqua taffeta gown. Richard Weix, Oconomowoc, was best man for the son of Mrs. William Mengel, Oconomowoc.

The ushers were Kenneth Robbins, Madison, and Marshall Leard, Oconomowoc. After a honeymoon in northern Wisconsin, Mr. Mengel and his bride will live in Oconomowoc.

Source: The Milwaukee Journal, 26 Sep 1949; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Morgan - Murphy

Married: Mr. Morgan to Miss Murphy, both of Millville.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Nelson - Dawes

Newlywed Martins To Live in Germany

Teri Dawes of Corunna and Mark Martin of Fennimore, Wisc., were married Aug. 2, exchanging wedding vows in a 4 p.m. garden ceremony at the home of the bride's parents.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dawes, 9855 Shipman Road, Corunna. Parents of the groom are Richard Martin and Mrs. Ermadine Nelson, both from Wisconsin.

A floor-length gown of Scottish cotton crepon and flock was worn by the new Mrs. Martin. Fashioned with a chapel train, the dress featured accent bows and a lace ruffle.

She wore a fingertip veil edged with embroidered lace, secured by a halo of flowers. She carried a bouquet of wild flowers.

Kelly Martin of Flint attended her sister as matron of honor. Robert Martin of Wisconsin served his brother as best man.

Tracey Dawes of Flint, a sister of the bride, and Cherie Dawes of Corunna, a cousin of the bride, were bridesmaids.

Groomsmen were Gregg Dawes of Corunna, brother of the bride, and Danny Martin, brother-in-law of the bride.

The groom's niece, Debbie Martin was the vocalist.

Following a reception for 200 guests at the Flushing VFW Hall, the newlyweds left on a honeymoon trip to Northern Michigan.

Both serve in the U.S. Air Force and are stationed in Frankfurt, Germany. The bride attended Central Michigan University.

Source: The Argus-Press, 11 Aug 1981; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Palmer - Manchester

Married: Mr. Palmer to Miss Manchester, both of Wyalusing.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 12 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Purman

Prof. and Mrs. D. Gray Purman celebrated the tenth anniversary of their marriage at their residence in this village, on Saturday even'g last. The large company was entertained by the happy couple in the most pleasant manner. Presents embracing almost everything in the line of tinware needed in house-keeping were received, including some from Madison, Lancaster and Washington. In the course of the evening, Miss C. E. Adams read "After the Bridal," by Alice Carey; Mrs. Dr. Beck/Buck read "Skipper Ireson's Ride," by Whittier; and Mrs. E. A. Charlton read the following original poem. [truncated]

Source: Grant County Witness (Platteville, WI), 21 Jan 1875

Quinlan - Runde

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Clarence Quinlan of Jamestown and Cecelia Runde of Hazel Green

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 29 Jan 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Richardson - Carter

MARRIED:
At Lancaster, on the 22d ult, by H. S. Liscume, Esq., Mr. William Richardson to Miss Sarah Carter, all of Grant County.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (WI) Thursday, 6 Feb. 1851; transcribed by FoFG mz

Riley - Fisher

Daughter of Former Residents' Married In Wisconsin Rites

Of interest to former friends in the valley will be the announcement of the marriage in Fennimore, Wisc., of Miss Mary Glee Fisher to Daniel Pitt Riley. Miss Fisher is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Fisher of that city, formerly of Ellensburg. Mr. Riley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Riley, Lancaster, Wisc.

The marriage took place in the Fennimore First Methodist Church on the afternoon of June 9. Emil R. Olson of Stitzer, Wisc., also a former Ellensburg resident and brother-in-law of the bride, was the soloist. Three hundred attended the wedding and reception.

Both the bride and groom were 1962 graduated [sic] of Platteville State Teachers College. After they return from their wedding trip they will leave for Valentine, Nebr., where Mr. Riley will be an agriculture instructor, and Mrs. Riley will teach English and Spanish in the Valentine High School.

Source: Ellensburg Daily Record, 20 Jun 1962; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Schmerbank - Rushland

Married: Mr. Schmerbank to Miss Rushland, both of Jamestown.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Scott - Forbes

MARRIED.
At Canaveron, near Cassville, Grant county, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. B. Close, Mr. Thomas C. Scott, Beestown, to Miss Josephine C. Forbes, of the former place.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (WI) Wednesday, 13 Nov. 1850; transcribed by FoFG mz

Seaton - Bushre

Married, in the village of Cassville, on Sunday Evening, the 16th inst., by C.A. Lagrave, Esq., Mr. James W. Seaton, Editor of the Potosi Republican, to Miss Amanda F. Bushre, all of Potosi.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI) 27 Jun 1850; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Shook - Totman

Lancaster Mayor's Daughter Bethrothed to an Aviation Cadet

Mayor and Mrs. Curtis Totman of Lancaster, Wis., are telling friends of the betrothal of their daughter, Peggy, to Aviation Cadet Richard W. Shook, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover Shook, Evanston, Ill. Peggy will leave Thursday with her fiance's parents for Moore field, Mission, Tex., to witness the graduation exercises of Cadet Shooks, who will be commissioned a pilot in the army air force. If he is given a leave, the young couple will return to Lancaster to be married. Both attended Lawrence college, where Peggy became a Kappa Alpha Theta and her fiance a Phi Delta Theta.

Source: The Milwaukee Journal, 16 May 1944; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Starr - Dolphin

LANCASTER, Dec. 20.--Miss Jennie Dolphin, daughter of Sheriff Dolphin, was married yesterday to a young man, a citizen of Lancaster, named Louis Starr. The wedding was a brilliant one and was attended by a large number of guests.

Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wis.) Friday, 21 Dec. 1888; transcribed by FoFG mz

Stoll - Kuple

Marriage Record 00269
Husband - Mathias Stoll
Residence - Potosi
Wife - Theresia Kuple
Date - 15 May 1854
Location - Potosi
Catholic Clergyman; Rec. C. Bhrondenbock/Scrouchuback, Potosi
Registered - 21 Aug 1854

Source: Wisconsin State Historical Society Library; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Vandercook - Butterfield

MARRIED.
In Platteville, Grant County, W.T., on Sunday, the 4th inst. by the Rev. James M. Phillips, Mr. Henry Vandercook, of Beaver Dam, Dodge County, to Miss Rachel M. Butterfield, of Fox Lake.

Source: Wisconsin Democrat (Madison, Wis.) Saturday, 10 Apr. 1847; transcribed by FoFG mz

Vandewall - Russell

MARRIED,
At Lancaster, on the 27th Nov., by H. S. Liscum, Esq., Mr. Henry Vandewall to Miss Dorothy Russell, all of this county.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (WI) Thursday, 12 Dec. 1850; transcribed by FoFG mz

Vannatta - Heil

Marriage on 7 Feb 1894 in Georgetown. Minister J.F. Ziezler, pastor at M.E. church. Jonn Wm. Vannatta and Ruhanah E. Heil, both of Georgetown.

Source: Platteville Grant County Witness (Platteville, WI) 14 Feb 1894; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Vanetta - Nye

MARRIED.
On the 12th ult., in the town of Verona, by S. J. Miles, Esq., Moses M. Vannetta, of Grant county, Wis., to Christene Nye, of Verona, Dane county, Wis.

Source: Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, Wis.) Saturday, 14 Mar. 1863; transcribed by FoFG mz

Webb - Edwards

MARRIED:
At the same place [Grant County], by the same [Horace S. Liscum, Esq.], on the 28th ult., Mr. Frederick Webb to Miss Jane Edwards.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (WI) Thursday, 6 Feb. 1851; transcribed by FoFG mz

Weer - Cristoph

Married: Mr. Weeer (?) to Miss Cristoph, both of Cassville.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Weigel - McLimans

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Wilson Weigel and Hazel McLimans, both of Platteville

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 12 Feb 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Weigle - McLimans

Licensed to Wed

Lancaster, Wis.--Special: Wilson Weigle and Hazel McLimans, both of Platteville

Source: The Telegraph-Herald (Dubuque, IA) 29 Jan 1936; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Werry - Burnett

Married: Mr. Werry, of Glen Haven, to Mrs. Burnett, of Lancaster.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Willis - King

Married: Mr. Willis, of Lancaster, to Miss King, of Little Grant.

Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison, WI) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Wright - Abbot

MARRIED:
At Platteville, on the 1st inst., by S. O. Paine, Esq., Mr. James Wright to Miss Ellen Abbot.

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (WI) Thursday, 6 Feb. 1851; transcribed by FoFG mz

Wunderlin - Duggan

Stan and Carol (Duggan) Wunderlin will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, June 7. They were married in Saint Mary's Catholic Church on June 7, 1954.

The Wunderlins celebrated by vacationing one week in Branson, Mo.

Stan and Carol are the parents of five children: Kevin (Christine), and Michael (Kathie) of Platteville, Duane (Beth) of Waunakee, Jim of Denham Springs, La., and a daughter, Karla (Mike) Mauritz of Platteville.

The couple also enjoys eight grandchildren ranging in age from 16 years to one week.

Source: Unknown Newspaper (Probably Platteville, WI) ~1994; transcribed by Mary Dutcher

Wunderlin - Duggan

Stan and Carol (Duggan) Wunderlin of Platteville, will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary on Monday, June 7.

Their children hosted a brunch on Sunday, May 30, at the Timber's for the immediate family.

They are the parents of Kevin (Christine), and Michael (fiance Sue) of Platteville, Duane (Beth) of Waunakee, Jim (Wanda) of Denham Springs, La., and Karla Mauritz of Clinton, Ia. They have eight grandchildren and three step-grandchildren.

Source: Unknown Newspaper (Probably Platteville, WI) ~1999; transcribed by Mary Dutcher