|THE FREMONT COUNTY SUN
August 3, 1899 "SHOCKLEY - BOURNE" In the presence of a few of
the immediate friends of the contracting parties, Mr. Ned
Shockley and Miss Beulah B. Bourne were married Tuesday
evening, July 25, 1899, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Bourne, in this city Mr. Shockley has been a popular
clerk at Piatt's drug store the past year, coming here from
Randolph. Among those present from out of town were the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shockley of Randolph, and his niece Miss
Cloyce Carter, of Sidney. -- Red Oak EXPRESS.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD August 10, 1899 "Archie O'Laughlin, of Farragut, was over to the county seat Wednesday for the purpose of having his marriage with Mrs. Adaline Jones set aside, on the grounds that her former husband, from whom she has never been divorced, is still living.".
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD
January 25, 1900 A happy wedding occurred in Imogene last
week. Those popular young people, Dennis Ryan and Julia
Dempsey were the contracting parties and the ceremony was at 8
o'clock in the morning, January 17, by Rev. Father Hayes at the
Catholic church. The friends and guests filled the church and high
nuptial mass was said. Con Ryan and Mary Dempsey accompanied the
bridal pair to the altar.
THE SIDNEY ARGUS-HERALD August 21, 1930
Ray A. Carson of Lincoln, 21; and
Mary M. Rhodes of Lincoln, 21
Rosetta B. Parker, 18, born in Fremont County; married David A. McMann, 22, born in Illinois, son of Thomas McMann and Sarah Malone; married on Oct. 18, l894 at the bride's home.
MICHAEL JOSEPH CAHILL married MARIAH JANE ROGERS on Feb.
20, 1884 in Jones County. Son of Michael J. and Katherine (Kinney)
Cahill; daughter of Joe and Catherine (Rogers) Rogers of Washington
township, Jones County, Iowa.
CASCADE PIONEER [Iowa Newspaper] of Feb. 29, 1884; marriage
records of Jones County; say that Michael J. Cahill, born in
Delaware but now of Imogene, Iowa, married Maria Rogers at
Temple Hill, Washington township, Jones County, Iowa, on February
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD May 14, 1901
The following have been granted
marriage licenses since our last issue:
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD June 29, 1919 "PHILLIPS - ZUCK" Elmer J. Phillips of Oto, Iowa and Miss Myrtle E. Zuck of Hamburg called at the Methodist parsonage Wednesday morning where they were united in the bonds of matrimony by Rev. Moser. Mr. Phillips is a prosperous young farmer of Oto and Miss Zuck is one of Fremont county's fair and accomplished young women. They will make their home on a farm near Oto.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD June 26, 1919 "LEE - LOCKETT" Tuesday afternoon of this week Ernest Lee of Nebraska City and Miss Isabelle Lockett of Percival were united in marriage at the office of Clerk of the District Court, Rev. R. R. Moser of the Methodist Church officiating. Both of these young people appear to be the type that may be classed with the stalwart home builders of our nation. They will make their home in Nebraska City.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD
May 29, 1919 "TILMAN - MELVILLE WEDDING" A pretty home
wedding took place at the home of J. W. Tilman and wife of Sidney,
last evening at 8 o'clock, when their daughter, Miss Susie, became
the bride of Harvey Melville. Dr. Dickinson performed the ceremony
which united these two young people in the presence of a few
relatives and close friends. The home was beautifully decorated with
the season's flowers.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD
Sept. 11, 1919 "HORTON-OTTE" One of the prettiest
weddings of the season took place at 8:00 o'clock on Thursday
evening, September 4, 1919, at the home of O. F. Horton, when in the
presence of immediate relatives and a few intimate friends, his
youngest daughter, Iva, became the wife of Richard A. Otte. As Miss
Mary Heckel played the beautiful strains of the wedding march, this
young couple took their places beneath a dainty bower of roses and
tulle, where the Rev. E. Dickinson of the Presbyterian church, read
the service which united two of Fremont county's most popular young
people. The bride was most becomingly attired in white embroidered
Georgette over silk and carried a bouquet of bride's roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Otte left
immediately for an extended trip through the west.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD
September 1, 1919 "DEAN - HILL" The wedding of Mr. John W.
Dean, of Dayton, Ohio, and Miss Ella Hill, of Sidney,
Iowa, took place at the home of Rev. M. W. Lorimer, 2221 Emerson
Street, Denver, Colorado, on Thursday, August 21.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD
March 9, 1922 "MARRIED AT GLENWOOD" It was a big surprise to
the many friends of Miss Ruby Greedy and Richard Golden
when they announced that they were married in Glenwood on Thursday,
March 2. Rev. G. T. Roberts of the Glenwood Methodist Episcopal
church performed the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hammers of
near Farragut as witnesses.
Mr. Golden is a young farmer who is bound to make a success of life, if honesty, industry and integrity can do it and we predict a happy future for them. Their many friends, among whom the Herald asks to be included, wishes for these people the very best life has to offer.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD September 19, 1918 "Farragut News" James Turnbull and Miss Uva Roy quietly slipped away to Red Oak on August 14 and were married, keeping their marriage a secret until September 12, much to the surprise of their relatives and friends, who were not expecting it so soon. Mrs. Turnbull has spent the time visiting friends in Nebraska and relatives and friends in this vicinity and at Clarinda. Mr. Turnbull is the senior member of the Turnbull Brothers who operate a garage, and is a splendid young man. Mrs. Turnbull has made her home with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Booth for a number of years. After graduating from the local high school she taught school a short time, then attended college, taking a business course. For several years she has been employed in the law office of Homer Stephens at Clarinda. She is a talented and cultured young lady.
THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD Dec. 5, 1918 "Mathewson-Le Barron" On Thanksgiving evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Conwell of Sidney, Cora Mae Mathewson (sic) and Eugene S. Le Barron, both of Shenandoah, were united in the bonds of wedlock, Rev. John W. Todd, pastor of the Sidney Presbyterian church, officiating. Mr. Le Barron is well known to many residents of Sidney, having made this city his home several years while engaged in the bakery business. The bride is Sidney born, her father having been John W. Hall (sic), once a resident of Sidney. Best wishes of many friends will follow them on their journey over the matrimonial seas.
David Brainard, 28, born in Ireland married Alice Walker, 23, of Randolph; son of John and Mary (Ball) Brainard; daughter of John and A. A. (Campblin) Walker; married on May 25, 1887. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Edwin W. Boyd, 24, born in Oregon married Fannie H. Williams, 20, of Percival; son of W. H. and Cynthia (Hendrickson) Boyd; daughter of Joseph H. and Mary J. (Hineline) Williams; married on Dec. 25, 1887. Soruce: Fremont County marriage record.
___ ___ Eads, 44, born in Kentucky, of Plum Hollow married Allie A. (Isom) Barden, 43, born in Tennessee, now of Plum Hollow; second marriage for both; son of Elijah and Elizabeth (Griffin) Eads; daughter of D. M. Isom and of Patsy Miles; married on Dec. 27, 1882 at McPaul. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Alphonso A. Brackney, 22, born in Iowa married Cora M. Younts, 17, born in Iowa; son of Joseph and Mary (Baker) Brackney; daughter of John and Ursula (Murane) Younts; married on March 18, 1886. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
John Cozad, 24, born in Illinois married Sadie Mason, 18, born in Iowa; son of Levi Cozad and ____ ____; daughter of Abner Mason and ____ ____; married on June 14, 1887. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Henry E. Harris, 22, born in Iowa, a Sidney harness maker married Kate M. Werner, 17, born in Nebraska and now of Nebraska City; son of H. T. and Mary E. (Cunningham) Harris; daughter of Jacob and Mary (__ ___) Werner; married on Apr. 12, 1886. No source.
Delbert Dunn, 22, born in Missouri and now of Farragut married Mary Solars, 19, born in Kansas and now of Farragut; son of S. and Sarah (___ ___) Dunn; daughter of John and Emma Solars; married on March 16, 1887. No source.
Samuel A. Cotton, 19 married Mary J. Brand, 18; his parents were not listed; daughter of H. J. Brand and ____ ____; license issued on Dc. 22, 1882. No source.
James C. Davis, 27, born in Indiana and now of Bassett, Nebraska married Rosa L. Dimmitt, 18, born in Missouri and now of Hamburg; son of Thomas and Mary (Wheeler) Davis; daughter of A. E. and C. (Bellump) Dimmitt; married on Oct. 22, 1887. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Charles G. Epperson, 19, born in Iowa and now of Clarinda married Millie Ferrell, 18, born in Iowa and now of Bartlett; son of C. L. and Ophelia A (Harrington) Epperson; daughter of John C. and Beatrice (Harless) Ferrel; married on Oct. 10, 1886. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Daniel Comingore, 44, born in Jefferson county, Iowa married Mary (Gidner) Newton, 47, born in LeHigh County, PA; son of Levi and Hannah (Watson) Comingore; daughter of Samuel Gidner and Mariah Freby; married on Mar. 1, 1893. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Frank Conkle, 31, born in Ohio, now of Monona county, Iowa married Laura Baltzell, 20, born Iowa and now of McPaul; son of John W. and Sarah (Time) Conkle; daughter of Joseph and Sarah (Jewell) Baltzell; married at Sidney on July 2, 1885. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
J. A Couran, 26, married Amanda C. McWilliams, 16, born in Iowa and now of Sidney; son of ________ and______(Duvall) Couran; daughter of ____ and ____(Gibson) McWilliam; married on May 10, 1891 at her home
William R. Dallas, 22, born in Illinois married Louisa M. Brainard, 22, born in Illinois; son of J. C. and Nettie (Shore) Dallas; daughter of J. and Mary (Airon) Brainard; married on August 12, 1880. Source: Fremont County Marriage record.
William H. Fauver, 39, born in Pennsylvania, a vetinary surgeon of Hamburg married Ida B. Holly, 25, born in New Hampshire and now of Hamburg; son of John and Mary (Daughterly) Fauver; daughter of Samuel and Eliza (Hampler) Holly; married on Jan. 9, 1891. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
William Ducker, 25, born in Ohio and now of Randolph married Esther J. Kates, 21, born in Ohio and now of Randolph; son of J. W. and _____ (Fink) Ducker; daughter of William H. and Esther (Coleman) Kates; md. on Jan. 15, 1885. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Vernie J. Boyd, 22, born in Indiana married Fannie J. Davison, 21; son of Alex and C. J. (Tenley) Boyd; daughter of J. T. and M. E. (Keyser) Davison; married on Dec. 22, 1887. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Constant T. Bosworth, 28, born in Madison County, Iowa married Ella M. Persing, 30, born in Northumberland County, PA; son of Frank and Lucy (Warren) Bosworth; daughter of Peter and Catherine (Tingley) Persing; married on Sept. 30, 1884. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Bruce Borin, 22, born at Dwight, Illinois married Alice E. Ball, 18, born at Ottawa, Illinois; son of William H. and Rhuanna D. (Short) Borin; daughter of John H. and Juliette (Franklin) Ball; married on Sept. 5, 1885. Source: Fremont County marriage license.
Thomas C. Breeding, 29, born in Missouri and now of Riverton married Virinda Corbit, 22, of Riverton; son of John M. and Mary M. (Dyar) Breeding; daughter of John W. and Rebecca (Beam) Corbit; married on Jan. 13, 1892. Source: Fremont County marriage record.
Od Brown, 24, of Walnut township married Alice Gammon, 23 of Prairie township; son of H. S. and Angeline (Camron) Brown; daughter of Hugh and Eveline (Jenkins) Gammon; married on Oct. 17, 1883. Source: Fremont county marriage record.
Anderson Brown, 20, born in Harrison county, Ohio married Nancy Thacker, 18, born in Atchison County, Missouri; son of William A. and Clara (Petit) Brown; daughter of Price and Nancy (Jenkins) Thacker; married on Aug. 10, 1884. Source: Fremont county marriage record.
Elbert N. Brown, 24, born Bentonsport, Iowa and now a train dispatcher of Fresno, Calif. married Ida B. Maraine, 24, born Dawson, Iowa, now of Hamburg; son of N. G. and Letitia (Freeman) Brown; daughter of R. B. and Sarah (Bish) Maraine; married on Oct. 3, 1893. Source: Fremont county marriage record.
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