Vernon County Wisconsin
Blaha, Janice Marie
Trappe, Brian Robert
Winchell, Geneva Joyce
Trappe, Richard Lee
Dahl - Beat
Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, WI) Friday, 19 Oct. 1888; transcribed by FoFG mz
October 16, 1888, by Rev. J. H. Crooker, at the residence of the bride’s parents, 610 Langdon street, Mr. Charles F. Dahl, of Viroqua, and Miss Maggie Beat, of this city.
Datch - Millen
Source: Weekly Wisconsin Patriot (Madison) 5 Jan 1861; transcribed by Mary Dutcher
Married: Mr. Datch, of Franklin, to Miss Millen, of Sterling.
Elliott - Mills
Source: Aberdeen Daily News (Aberdeen, SD) Wednesday, 19 Jan. 1898; transcribed by FoFG mz
Dr. J. W. Elliott thought to steal a march upon his Aberdeen friends and acquaintances when he was married at Viroqua, Wis., on Wednesday, January 12th, and quietly came home alone without lisping a word of his new life partnership to his most intimate associates. Murder will out, however, and the facts are now ready for the delectation of the public. The bride was Miss Estella Mills of Springville, Wis., a relative of Mr. and Mrs. Zietlow of Aberdeen and a young lady who taught school and spent several years in this vicinity but who of late has been residing in the Badger state. The following account of the wedding is taken from the Vernon County Leader of Viroqua, Wis.:
“Miss Estella Mills of Springville and Dr. John W. Elliott of Aberdeen, South Dakota, were quietly married at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. A. J. Coram on Wednesday, January 12th, at 3 p.m. Mrs. Elliott is well known to the people of Viroqua as one of our most estimable young ladies. She is an ardent member of the M.E. church and Epworth League from which societies she will be greatly missed. The prayers and best wishes of her many friends go with her into her new life and her new home.”
It is learned that Mrs. Elliott will not join her husband in this city for some two months yet, and that at the completion of that interim they will commence housekeeping and make Aberdeen their permanent home. While the groom’s acquaintances feel they ought to have been taken into his confidence, especially after his marriage, they appreciate the success with which he kept his secret and wish him all kinds of happiness and prosperity. His wife will receive a very cordial welcome to Aberdeen by her friends here.
Halya - Olson
Source: Aberdeen Weekly News (Aberdeen, SD) Friday, 4 Dec. 1885; transcribed by FoFG mz
At Aberdeen, Dak., Nov. 30, 1885, by Rev. G. A. Brandt, Frederick A. Halya, of Northville, and Jennie Olson, of Viroqua, Wis.
Heuthorn - Haakenson
Source: Winona Republican-Herald - Monday, March 17, 1930; MZ submitted by FoFG
Ganett A. Heuthorn, Readstown, Wis., and Esther Haakenson, Westby, Wis.
Oliver - Sidie
Source: Winona Republican-Herald - Saturday, March 17, 1917; MZ submitted by FoFG
Chester Oliver of Victory, Wisconsin, and Alice Sidie of Ferryville, Wisconsin.
Talbot - Growh
Source: Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND) Friday, 26 May 1911; transcribed by FoFG mz
Edward J. Talbot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Talbot, of this place, was united in marriage on Tuesday afternoon, May 23rd, at Minot, N.D., to Miss Carrie M. Growh, of Viroqua, Wis. The young couple will make their home at Tagus, N.D., where Mr. Talbot will conduct a general store. The Journal sends its best wishes. – McVille Journal.
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