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Criplean - Eichhorst
Source: Milwaukee Journal (Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wis.) Wednesday, 18 May 1960; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Married Saturday at the Morrison (Wis.) Lutheran church were Miss Donna Mae Eichhorst, Cedarburg, and James Criplean, 2721 N. 56th st. The ceremony was at 6 p.m.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eichhorst, Greenleaf, Wis. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Delbert Criplean, of the N. 56th st. address.

A cousin of the bride, Miss Darlene Eichhorst, Cedarburg, was maid of honor. Miss Julie Ann Nicklaus, Grafton, a niece of the bride, was flower girl.

Howard Eichhorst, Greenleaf, brother of the bride, served as best man. Ushers were Alvin Hansen, Oak Creek, Wis., and Lavern Nicklaus, Grafton, brother-in-law of the bride.

A supper and reception were held at Cordy’s hall, Lark, Wis. The couple will live in Cedarburg.


Cunningham - James
Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) Tuesday, 24 Oct. 1848; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

MARRIED.
In Port Washington, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. D. C. Lyon, Mr. Lorin D. Cunningham, to Miss Nancy Ann James, both of Port Washington.


Fechter - Kiehnau
Source: Sheboygan Press (Sheboygan, Wis.) Wednesday, Aug. 22, 1951; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Kiehnau-Fechter Nuptials Take Place Saturday
Miss Francis Kiehnau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiehnau of Port Washington, and Alois Fechter, Jr., of Saukville were wed in Holy Trinity church, Newburg, on Saturday morning. The 9 a. m. service of marriage was read by the Rev. Edward Zelgler before the nuptial mass was celebrated.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Fechter, Sr., Saukville.

Five attendants were in the bridal procession. The maid of honor, Miss Barbara Fechter, and the bridesmaids, Mrs. Joseph Schwinn and Mrs. Lyle Hetzel, together with the two in junior capacities, Rosemary Fechter and Elaine Marln, comprised the group. With the exception of the latter, who is a niece of the bride, the others are sisters of the couple.

The best man, Robert Fechter, stood with his brother.

A reception was held in the evening at Schmit’ pavilion where about 500 relatives and friends gathered.

The bridegroom recently purchased a small farm at Saukville where the young couple will reside.


Foster - Coe
Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) Tuesday, 24 Oct. 1848; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

MARRIED.
In Port Washington, on the same day [the 18th inst.] and by the same, [Rev. D. C. Lyon], George W. Foster, Attorney at Law, to Miss Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. Orman Coe, all of Port Washington.


Harrison – O’Connor
Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) Saturday, 7 Dec. 1850; transcribed by FoFG mz

MARRIED.
On the 1st inst., at Port Washington, by the Hon. Chs. H. Larrabee, James Harrison Jr., of Milwaukee, to Miss Caroline O’Connor, of Port Washington.


Johnson - Allen
Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) Saturday, 7 Dec. 1850; transcribed by FoFG mz

MARRIED.
On the 2dst inst., at Port Washington, by the Rev. Mr. Mulhern, Col. Solon Johnson to Mrs. Adelia F. Allen, sister of Marion Woodruff, Esq., all of Port Washington.


Kiehnau - Perry
Source: Sheboygan Press (Sheboygan, Wis.) Thursday, Apr. 16, 1953; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Miss Irene M. Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Perry, Saukville and Port Washington, was wed to Arthur C. Kiehnau Jr. in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Cyril Volz in the rectory of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Saukville, at 1:30 o'clock Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kiehnau Sr., Thiensville, are parents of the other principal.

The bride wore a full-length gown with a train, a skirt of net with lace panels and a bodice with long sleeves. She had a fingertip veil, attached to a fitted cap made of lace to match her gown. Carnations, centered with an orchid, comprised her bouquet.

As matron of honor, Mrs. Richard Beecher, sister of the bridegroom, was attired in a yellow, net, strapless gown with a jacket, a tiered skirt and bodice and she carried a cascade bouquet of shrimp-colored carnations. A similar gown in light blue was donned by the bridesmaid, Miss Kathleen Kassow, the bridegroom's cousin. For her role as junior bridesmaid, Marilyn Ginosi, the bride's cousin, was garbed in a high necked dress with a Peter Pan collar and scroll work on the bodice with plain net skirt. The flower girl, Carla Kassow, cousin of the bridegroom, was dressed in a plain net skirt and a bodice that had a low neckline with a flounce. She held a basket of flowers and the other bridal aids carried cascade bouquets of yellow carnations.

Gerald Karthausser, cousin of the bridegroom, was the best man and Albin VandeBoom and Dennis Karthausser, cousins of the couple, served as groomsmen.

After the ceremony, a reception was held in the afternoon at Saukville Auditorium. During the evening, approximately 400 relatives and friends attended a reception at the hall.

When the newlyweds return from a two-week trip to Florida, they will reside in Thiensville, where the bridegroom is employed as a mechanic at Schmit Bros. garage. The former Miss Perry, a graduate of Port Washington High School; works in the office at the same garage.


Lee - Learned
Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) Wednesday, 24 Dec. 1851; transcribed by FoFG mz

MARRIED.
In Port Washington, 18th inst., by Rev. D. Mulhern, Mr. R. H. Lee to Miss Lorinda E. Learned.


McClellan – Smith
Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) Monday, 30 June 1851; transcribed by FoFG mz

MARRIED.
At Port Washington county, on the 8th inst., Mr. James McClellan, one of the former Editors of the Citizen, Chicago, and Miss Susan Eliza Smith, all of that place.


 Trumbell - Phillips
Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison) 5 Jan. 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher 


Married: Mr. Trumbell to Miss Phillips, both of Port Washington.


Williams - Harding
Source: Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) Tuesday, 14 Aug. 1849; transcribed by FoFG mz

MARRIED.
On the 2d inst., by Wm. H. Lord, Esq., Reuel Williams, M.D., of Saukville, to Miss Chloe Harding, of Port Washington.

 

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