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Last Name, First/Middle/(Maiden) Names

Lamberg - Charles

Lambert - Dr. E. J.

LaPointe - Leo & Anne

LaTurno - Len A.

Leonard - Matthew Kevin

Lichtenberg - Henry

Lightbody - James

Lin - Caroline Loretz

Lincoln - Joseph

Lindeman - Fred L.

Loucks - James W.

Lubahn - Edward

Luce - Theodore

Lynch - John


Dr. E.J. Lambert & Melissa Wilson
"The home of Anthony Wilson at Riley Center, Tuesday afternoon, August 25th was the scene of a very pretty wedding when their daughter Melissa was united in marriage with Dr. E. J. Lambert of Ottumwa, Ia. The wedding party consisting of the groom and groomsman Mr. Lee Wilson, Miss Mary Miller of Ottumwa, as bridesmaid and Mrs. Floyd Howe as matron of honor, followed by the bride on the arm of her father. As Mrs. B. D. Cantine played a wedding march from Lohengrin the party took their places amid a bank of ferns and autumn flowers. The music continued very softly during the impressive ceremony read by Rev. Oliver, after which the guests, during the playing of Mendelsohn's wedding march showered the bride and groom with congratulations and good wishes. The bride's gown was a beautifully draped white silk and lace with the conventional bouquet of American Beauty roses. Miss Miller's gown was a yellow silk and lace with a bouquet of yellow roses. After a delicious dinner served at 6:00 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. Lambert left for a short trip in the east. A few days will be spent with the bride's parents after which they will go to their home in Ottumwa, Iowa. Many beautiful gifts of silver and china were received from relatives and friends. Dr. Lambert is an eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist and Mrs. Lambert has held the position of supervisor of Domestic Science in the Ottumwa schools the past two years."
Source: unnamed paper, St. Clair Co, MI, AUG 1914
Submitted by
Jan Ramos.


Leo & Anne LaPointe
"Marysville - Leo and Anne LaPointe were honored at a surprise dinner given by their children at the Downriggers on the St. Clair River, Algonac. The occasion was the couple's 54th wedding anniversary. Their children and spouses are Marcella Riley of Marysville; Lynn and Gary Zulauf of Findlay, Ohio; and Denise and David Shamaly of Port Huron. They have six grandchildren, Gina, Paul and Emily Zulauf, Kelly and Colleen Riley and Brand Shamaly."
Source: The Times Herald, Sunday, 10-OCT-1999
Submitted by Rebecca Gregg


Len A. Laturno & Muriel Boyle
15-DEC-1913, Port Huron, (Lic.) 15-DEC-1913
Len A. Laturno, 24, White, r: Port Huron, b: MI, Laborer, P: Joseph Laturno & Ella Ashley, 1 previous marriage
Muriel Boyle, 22, White, r: Port Huron, b: Ontario, P: David Boyle & Jennie Wickett
Witnesses: Nora James and Gladys Bensinger both of Port Huron; Chauncey C. Sink, minister
Source: St. Clair Co. Clerk's Marriage Record #12712, 3/188
Submitted by
Kay Mitchell.


Matthew Kevin Leonard
Born: 16-DEC-1955
Father: Alton Lewis Leonard (30-JUL-1921 - 22-SEP-1964)
Died: 02-APR-1993
Buried: Internment Kinney Cemetery - JUN 1993
Survived by his 3 children, Alton II, Matt Jr., Christina; his mother; many brothers and two sisters
Submitted by
Kathleen.


James Lightbody & Flora Morse
"At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Morse on Ninth street in this city, Wednesday, September 30, at two o'clock, occurred the marriage of Mr. James Lightbody and Miss Flora Morse, in the presence of a pleasant party of friends of the bride and groom. The parlors were neatly and tastefully decorated with fragrant flowers and beautiful plants. At the appointed time the couple proceeded to the front parlor with the sweet strains of a wedding march being played by Miss Grace Rooney which added much to the enjoyableness of the occasion. The ceremony was neatly performed by Rev. W. B. Millard a ring being used. After congratulations a wedding repast was served and a most delightful hour was spent in social enjoyment, until time for the bridal couple to depart. They took carriages for the depot where the train awaited them upon which they took their departure at 4:30 for a three week's tour to St. Louis, Mo., and other points. A shower of rice and good wishes accompanied them on their way. The bride was born and raised here and is one of our best and most highly esteemed young ladies, while the groom, who has for the past seven years been the efficient and accommodating conductor on the Michigan Midland stands high in the community. The newly married couple were the recipients of a goodly number of handsome and useful gifts. Upon their return they will be "at home" at the old home of the bride on Ninth street. The Republican joins with the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lightbody in best wishes, long life and prosperity. Those present from abroad were: Mrs. and Miss Lightbody, Messrs. Wm., Donald and Thomas Lightbody, and Mrs. A. S. Moore, of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Scott of Marine City, Miss Jessie Trim, of Ypsilanti and W. J. Johnston, of Galesburg. Ill."
- Source: St. Clair Historical Museum Collection
Submitted by Pat Love


Joseph Lincoln & Francis Jane Ward
"Married. - At the city of Port Huron, on the 13th inst. by the Rev. John Donnelly, Jr., Mr. Joseph Lincoln of Moore, Ontario, and Miss Francis Jane Ward of Sarnia."
- Source: St. Clair Republican, 12-DEC-1869


Fred L. Lindeman & Minnie Welser
"Yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Welser, who live about 4 miles out from this city, Mr. Fred L. Lindeman and Miss Minnie Welser were joined in marriage by Rev. H. W. Shroeder. Immediately after the ceremony the newly married couple received the congratulations of the guests present-about 150 in number, after which a bountiful supper was served and a few hours of social enjoyment was had. The groom is a steady, honorable and industrious young man who has been in the employ of G. Strauss & Sons, grocers, for the past five years while the bride is one of St. Clair's well known and esteemed young ladies. The newly married couple will soon begin housekeeping in this city. They were the recipients of a goodly number of handsome and useful gifts, as tokens of the love and esteem in which they are held by their friends. The Republican joins with their host of friends in wishing them long life, happiness and prosperity."
- Source: St. Clair Historical Museum Collection
Submitted by Pat Love


Loucks et al
"Transfers of Real Estate. - The following transfers have been recorded during the past week:
James W. Loucks to Kate Parke, 1 lot south of Pine River, City of St. Clair, $500.
Henry Lichtenberg to Henry Klohm, 40 acres in sec 12 Ira, $650.
John Miller to Daniel Mooney, 40 acres in sec 20 Gratiot, $250.
Daniel Mooney to Eugene Chase, 1 acre in sec 20 Gratiot, $300.
Charles Lamberg to Patrick Rowan, lot 12 in block 29, Port Huron, $225.
B. C. Farrand to Daniel Mooney, 80 acres in sec 10 Gratiot, $280.
Hiram A. Warner to Charles S. Warner, 30 acres in sec 30, Riley, $500.
Henry Blohm to Chalres Roesan, 40 acres in sec 12, Ira, $650.
Theodore Luce to Benjamin Kilbourn, 80 acres in sec 28, Burtchville, $900.
Thomas Crawford to John W. H. Closs, 40 acres in sec 16 Brockway, $1100.
James Tudhope to Patrick McElroy, 1 lot to Thoms' Plat Port Huron, $50.
Robert Ramsey to Charles Rough, 40 acres in sec 3, Casco, $200.
Calvin H. Smith to James Fairman, 1 lot in village of Capac, $300.
Charles Elsholz to Henry Rankin, 40 acres in sec 19, China, $300.
Mathias Wilser to Frederick Stein, part of lot 43, city of St. Clair, $900."
- Source: St. Clair Republican, 12-DEC-1869


Edward Lubahn & Louise Beischer
"Capac - Edward and Louise Lubahn were honored Oct. 10, 1999 by family and friends at a 50th wedding anniversary celebration given by their children in their son's home. Edward Lubahn and Louise Beischer were married Oct. 8, 1949, in St. John's Lutheran Church, Capac, by the Rev. Bruno Bruckner. Their children and spouses are Jim and Lori Lubahn and Steve and Cindy Murray, all of Capac. They have five grandchildren."
Source: Times Herald, Sunday, 16-JAN-2000
Submitted by Rebecca Gregg


John Lynch & Katie O'Meara
"Emmett - The marriage of John Lynch and Miss Katie O'Meara is announced."
- Source: P.H. Daily Times, Tuesday, 24-JAN-1899