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Bride/Groom List Father Mother Spouse Father Mother Marriage Date Number Official

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Arends, Leta M.
Neeman, George F. married Arends, Leta M. on February 16, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Feb. 16 - George F. Neemann, one of the leading young farmers of the southern part of this county, was united in marriage today at the home of the bride's parent's, to Miss Leta M. Arends, daughter of Senator Herman Arends of Syracuse.  She is a highly educated young lady.  There were a large number of relatives and friends present at the wedding.  The happy couple left for the west after the ceremony, where they will spend their honeymoon.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Thursday Morning, February 17, 1910
Arnold, Zulu
Deming, Al R. married Arnold, Zulu on June 23, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., June 25 - Al R. Deming and Miss Zulu Arnold, both of Syracuse, came to this city Thursday and were united in marriage.  They were given a reception at their home on their return.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, June 26, 1910

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Baker, Alice V.
Muck, L. N. married Baker, Alice V. on December 23, 1899
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Dec. 24. (Special) -Saturday afternoon Supt. J. E. Harris of the Institute for the blind, united in marriage L. N. Muck, of Madison county, and Miss Alice V. Baker, of Sarpy county.  The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of students and employees of the Institute.  The contracting parties are both blind and employed in the musical department of the institute.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Monday Morning, December 25, 1899
Bauer, Ruth Bennett–Bauer Nebraska City, Neb., July 22- William Bennett and Miss Ruth Bauer, two popular young people, were united in marriage last evening at the home of the groom’s brother, Charles Bennett, manager of the Nebraska City Telephone company. The groom is assistant manager for the telephone company and an expert electrician, while the bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Frank Bauer. Married: July 21, 1910. The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Saturday Morning, July 23, 1910
Bennet, Lillie B. Benjamin G. Gray         1 Feb. 1910   she of Atchison county, MO
Bennett, William Bennett –Bauer Nebraska City, Neb., July 22- William Bennett and Miss Ruth Bauer, two popular young people, were united in marriage last evening at the home of the groom’s brother, Charles Bennett, manager of the Nebraska City Telephone company. The groom is assistant manager for the telephone company and an expert electrician, while the bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Frank Bauer. Married: July 21, 1910. The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Saturday Morning, July 23, 1910
Bouwens, Harvey John     Lucille M. Michon     8-Apr-1961    
Brand, Franzika     Alexander Hoffman     1 Nov 1879 D-569  
Brand, Sophia Eliza     Herman Heinrich Wellensick     29 June 1871 C-152  
Brand, Joseph (28) no name no name Mary Petraski (35) no name no name 19 Feb 1872 C-249  
Brandt, Albert H. (26) Max Brandt Lydia Wimberger Leora Stukenholtz (21) Rollan F. Stukenholtz Walburga Wirth 29-Aug-1950 Z-284 Fr. Robert O. Wuest
Brandt, Charles     Charlotta C. Schacht     23 Aug 1884 G-330  
Brandt, Edward R. (20)  * Max Brandt, dec'd Lydia Wimberger Geraldine C. Woltkamp (20) Edward A. Woltkamp Ethel Hutton 27-Apr-1948 Y-475 Fr. Albin W. Bauer
  Edward Brandt-Geraldine C. Woltkamp
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brandt were married Tuesday morning at St. Mary's Catholic church by the Rev. Albin Bauer. Before her marriage, Mrs. Brandt was Miss Geraldine Woltkamp.
Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: April 27, 1948.
Brandt, Fred William     Mary Laatz     10-Feb-1 col904 N-423  
Brandt, George Edmund     Beulah Francis Stillwell     26-Feb-1920 S-211  
Brandt, George W.     Eliza Conley     17 Dec 1878 D-441  
Brandt, Harrison L.     Hazel D. Kent     17-Mar-1915 Q-549  
Brandt, Henry     Louisa Paap     11 Feb 1885 G-424  
Brandt, Henry W.     Minnie Thiele     10 Nov 1892 K-81  
Brandt, John F.     Suella Conklin     11 June 1896 L-168  
Brandt, John L.     Emma Zeiner     8-Jan-1918 R-519  
Brandt, John W.     Lucinda B. Huhold     8-Oct-1924 T-299  
Brandt, Joseph V.     Mollie Burkhart     23-Sep-1902 N-107  
Brandt, Leo N. (24)  * Laurence Brandt Margaretha Vogleman Joanna Dietrich (27) Laurence Dietrich Julianna Brumbarger 20 June 1890 J-246 Jas. W. Eaton, County Judge
Brandt, Ludwig (35)  * Ludwig Brandt Genevieve Schalk Ida/Eda Wehrmann (23) Wehrmann   12 Jan 1892 J-561 Emmanuel Hartig, St. Benedict's
Brandt, Max Vitus Brandt   Lydia Wimberger Joseph Wimberger   16-Nov-1920   Rev M. J. Shangher, St. Leo's
  (Source: Family Notes for marriage date for Max Brandt & Lydia Wimberger, Nov. 16, 1920, St. Leo’s Catholic Church, Palmyra, Nebr.)
Brandt-Wimberger
License to Max Brandt, son of Vitus Brandt, of Nebraska City, and Miss Lydia Wimberger, daughter of Joseph Wimberger, of Douglas. Ceremony will be performed in St. Leo's Catholic church, Palmyra, today by the Rev. M. J. Shanagher.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Nov. 1920

Brandt-Wimberger
A SHOWER FOR A BRIDE A miscellaneous shower was given at the beautiful new home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kreifels of Paul, Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Max Brandt who was recently married at Palmyra. A two course luncheon was served to the sixty-five guests. Mrs. Brandt was the recipient of many beautiful gifts.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Nov. 1920
Brand/Brandt, Fithos (Vitus?) (26) Ludwig Brandt G. Dauer (?) Josephine Ditrich (Dietrich) Lorenz Ditrich U. Brumberger 12 July 1885 H-49 Emmanuel Hartig, St. Benedict's
Brandt, William G.     Rose Marie Stoner     10-Aug-1947 Y-322  
Brandt, Abbie E.     Otis F. Mattox     7-Apr-1943 X-543  
Brandt, Adela Vitus Brandt Josephine Dietrich Ernest Johns Gus J. Johns   9-Jan-1933   Omaha NE
  (Family notes have Adela Brandt and Ernest Johns, married 9 Jan 1933)

BRANDT-JOHNS
Miss Adela Brandt of Nebraska City and Ernest Johns of Lorton were married in Omaha Monday. The bride is a daughter of Vitus Brandt, living southwest of Nebraska City, and Ernest Johns is the son of Gus J. Johns of Lorton. They are living with the bridegroom's parents at Lorton at present.
Source: Newspaper: unknown, Nebraska City, Nebraska (Otoe Co), January 1933

Brandt, Alice C.     Floyd L. Chase     26-Jun-1930 U-343  
Brandt, Amelia (Emilie) August Brandt Lourza (?) George Meyers (also Meyers) George Marks Elizabeth Meyer 7 Jan 1882 E-290 Pastor, J. H. Heinfreles (?)
Brandt, Anna S. (22)  * Vitus Brandt Josephine Dietrich Adolph R. Gottwald (35) Albin Gottwald Anna Seifert 24-Sep-1924 T-296 Fr. C. F. Broermann, St. Joseph's
 

MARRIAGE BANS ANNOUNCED
Bans were announced at St. Joseph's church at Paul, Sunday, for the coming marriage of Mrs. Clara Schmitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kreifels, to William Meredith. Also for Miss Anna Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vitus Brandt, to Adolph Gottwald, both from near Paul. The Schmitz-Meredith wedding will take place at St. Joseph's Church September 23 and Miss Brandt and Mr. Gottwald will be married September 24. Rev. Fr. C. F. Broerman, pastor of the church, will perform both ceremonies.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1924

FOR MRS. ADOLPH GOTTWALD
One of the prenuptial affairs for Mrs. Adolph Gottwald, nee Miss Anna Brandt, whose wedding occurred yesterday at St. Joseph's Catholic church, near Paul, was a surprise miscellaneous shower at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vitus Brandt, Monday afternoon. Twenty guests were present.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1924

BRANDT-GOTTWALD
Miss Anna S. Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vitus Brandt, was united in marriage to Adolph R. Gottwald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Gottwald, this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic church near Paul. Rev. Fr. C. F. Broerman performed the ceremony, which followed the Schmitz-Meredith nuptials of yesterday.
The bride's gown was of white satin and georgette, trimmed with ribbons and Spanish lace. She wore a wreath of orange blossoms and a bridal veil. Her slippers were of white kid. Misses Bertha Gottwald and Rose Brandt served as bridesmaids. Miss Gottwald wore yellow crepe de chine with hose to match the gown. Miss Brandt was dressed [missing] ....
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1924

MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR BRIDE
Friends of Miss Anna Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vitus Brandt, who was married to Adolph Gottwald at St. Joseph's church yesterday, gave her a surprise miscellaneous shower at the home of her parents Monday afternoon from three until five o'clock. Twenty guests were in attendance and the afternoon was spent at various games. Dainty refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. Miss Brandt received many handsome and useful gifts from her friends.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1924.

Brandt, Augusta     John Behrens     10 Feb 1877 D-251  
Brandt, Dorothy A.     Charles H. Story Louis A. Story   Jan-1953   C. J. Riordan, ?Omaha NE
 

BRANDT-STORY NUPTIALS
Pink snapdragons decorated the chancel of St. Mary's Cathedral for the 10 a.m. wedding Friday of Miss Dorothy A. Brandt and Charles H. Story, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Story. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. C. J. Riordan read the nuptial lines in the presence of 100 guests.
Miss Catherine Gillespie accompanied Louis Demma, who sang "On This Day," "Ave Maria," "Panis Angelicus" and "Oh, Lord I am Not Worthy."
The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Dean Brandt, chose a gown of delicate Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. The snug Elizabeth bodice closed in back with tiny self-fabric buttons, and the scalloped shoulder line featured a sheer nylon yoke. Her voluminous formal length lace skirt was accented with an inlaid front panel of accordion pleated tulle, edged by natural lace scallops. A sweep of nylon tulle extended into an aisle-wide train. Her double-tiered veil of imported silk illusion edged with Chantilly lace was held by a heart shaped tiara of satin and seed pearls. She carried an empire bouquet of white carnations and gardenias.
Mrs. Ralph Moelier of Nebraska City, the matron of honor, wore a gown of green taffeta. She carried a colonial bouquet of green-lined carnations.
Charles Neal of Omaha was best man, and ushers were Edward Brandt of Fairbury and Vernon Grunewald.
Assisting at the reception which took place in the church parlors were:
Miss Shirley Eagleton      Mrs. T. V. Aldrich
Miss Betty Anderson        Mrs. Maynard Stokes
Mr. Story is a graduate of the University of Nebraska, a member of "N" Club and of Alpha Tau Omega.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Jan. 1953

Brandt, Elizabeth     John M. Tyson     12-Jan-1945 Q-508  
Brandt, Erma   Lydia Brandt Verne J. Grunewald Henry Grunewald Sr.   1-Sep-1945   L.J. Lacasse, US Army
  Erma Brandt - Verne J. Grunewald
ERMA BRANDT WEDS AT FORT LOGAN
Announcement of the marriage of Miss Erma Brandt, daughter of Miss Lydia Brandt, Nebraska City, to S/Sgt Verne J. Grunewald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grunewald, Sr., Beatrice, had been made. The vows were made before Capt. Loreno J. Lacasse, Fort Logan, Colo., army chaplain, at 10 o'clock, Sept. 1.  Pfc. Sterling Adams organist, played the prenuptial prelude and other wedding music. The bride wore a blue two piece dress with black accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Attending her as maid of honor was Miss Helen Grunewald, sister of the groom, who wore a pink two piece dress with black accessories and a corsage of gladioli. Sgt. Eugene Skelly of Fort Logan served as best man. Mrs. Richard Plebuck of Beatrice entertained the bridal party with a wedding breakfast at Cosmopolitan Hotel, Denver. The bride is a graduate of St. Bernard's Academy with the class of 1943.  Before going to Denver she was employed at the Lincoln Army Air Field offices. Sgt. Grunewald graduated from Beatrice High School and is stationed at Fort Logan Army Air Force.
Source: Nebraska Daily News, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Sept. 9, 1945
Brandt, Helen Ida (26)  * Vitus Brandt Josephine Dietrich John Joseph Ramold (24) Edward Ramold Mary Roll 30-Jan-1934 V-340 Fr. A. M. Faessler, St. Joseph's
 

BRANDT-RAMOLD WEDDING TUESDAY
The marriage of Miss Helen Ida Brandt, daughter of Vitus Brandt, and John Joseph Ramold, will take place Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic Church near Paul. Rev. Fr. Fessler, priest of the church, will perform the ceremony. They will live on a farm northwest of the City.
Source: Newspaper: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1934

Brandt, Henrietta Paulina (22)  * Ludwig Brandt Eda Wehrmann Martin Johann Wm. Schmidt (22) Martin Schmidt Margaret Renuitz 6-Feb-1912 P-595 Sixtus Meyer, Cath. Priest/ St. Benedict's
  BRANDT-SCHMIDT
A marriage license was issued to Martin Johann William Schmidt, 22, and Miss Henrietta Paulina Brandt, 22.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: Feb. 1912

BRANDT-SCHMIDT
A marriage license was issued yesterday to Martin Schmidt and Miss Henrietta Brandt, both popular young people living south of Nebraska City. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. Martin Schmidt, Sr. well known people of the vicinity, while the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Brandt, also highly esteemed county people. The wedding will take place on Tuesday in St. Benedict's church.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: Feb. 1912

BRANDT-SCHMIDT
Miss Henrietta Paulina Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Brandt, who live south of Nebraska City, was married yesterday morning to Martin J. Schmidt, Jr., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schmidt, who also resides in the same neighborhood. The ceremony took place at St. Benedict's Catholic church, which edifice has been the scene of so many marriages lately, and was performed by Father Meyer. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The bride wore a white messaline silk gown and veil and also wore a beautiful necklace, the gift of the groom. Miss Lizzie Brandt, sister of the bride and bridesmaid, wore a pink messaline silk and carried a bouquet. After the ceremony which was performed according to the solemn rites of Mother Church, the bridal party went to the home of the bride's parents where a delectable dinner was served. Last night Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt left for Illinois where they will spend several weeks before returning to this neighborhood to make their home. The bride is one of the fairest and most accomplished young women in the eastern part of the county. She is a most charming and capable young women in every way and fully qualified to meet the demands of a wife. The young groom was born and educated in this community, is a most sterling young citizen and with a splendid future before him. The many friends of this young couple join the Press in extending best wishes and sincere congratulations.
Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Feb. 1912

BRANDT - SCHMIDT
MARRIAGE OF POPULAR OTOE COUNTY YOUNG FOLKS Miss Henrietta Paulina Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Brandt, who live south of Nebraska City, was married yesterday morning to Martin J. Schmidt, Jr., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schmidt, who also reside in the same neighborhood. The ceremony took place at St. Benedict's Catholic Church, which edifice has been the scene of so many marriages lately, and was performed by Father Meyer. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion.
Source: Newspaper- Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Feb. 1912
Brandt, Lillie M.     Christian Halvorsen     2 Sept 1894 K-445  
Brandt, Lydia L.     Herman C. Ross     18-Dec-1912 Q-110  
Brandt, Rosa     Charles S. Austin     6 Jan 1887 H-291  
Brandt, Rose E.     Ralph R. Lechner     7-Apr-1931 U-438  
Brandt, Ruth E.     Robert C. Armknecht     5-Jun-1949 Z-69  
Brandt, Ruth Elizabeth     Robert Frederick     29-May-1964 4-11  
Brandt, Sophia     Christian J. J. Rop     3 March 1880 E-38  
Bremer, Roland     Lucille Tretter Leo Tretter   9-Apr-1940   St. Benedicts
  Mrs. Roland Bremer before her marriage April 9 at St. Benedict's Catholic church was Lucille Tretter. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tretter. Mr. and Mrs. Bremer are living in the Shaw Apartment on South Ninth Street.  Source: Nebraska Daily News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Sunday, April 14, 1940.
Brod, Dwight R.     Dorothy Mae Huss     10-Jul-1946 Y-161  
Brown, Andrew
Brown, Andrew married Shea, Katherine on January 9, 1910
 
Shea-Brown
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 10 - Andrew Brown of Lincoln, but formerly a merchant at Burr, and Miss Katherine Shea of Douglas were united in marriage at that place Sunday morning at the Catholic church.  The couple will make their future home at Lincoln.
Source:  Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr.,  Tuesday Morning, January 11, 1910
Boudreau, Albert

Albert Boudreau married Mareene Langer June 24, 1942 Nebraska City, Neb.
 

Boudreau, Mareene sues Boudreau, Albert

Sues for Divorce, Mareene Boudreau had on tile Wednesday in district court, a petition for divorce from Albert Boudreau.  The were married in Nebraska City, Nebr. June 24, 1942.  Boudreau is living on the Pacific coast, the petition alleged.  She also requests restoration of her maiden name, Mareene Langer.

Source: Council Bluffs Nonpareil, Council Bluffs, Iowa, February 21, 1945.

Burger, Ernest H.     Augusta K. Huss     29-Mar-1922 T-14  
Burk, Catherine M.
Vanoker, Arthur married Burk, Catherine M. on June 25, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., June 25 - Arthur Vanonker, formerly of Beatrice, and Miss Catherine M. Burk of this place were united in marriage at the St. Mary's Catholic church yesterday morning by Father Hahn, in the presence of the respective families.  They were given a reception at the home of the bride's
mother.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, June 26, 1910

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Carnes, Reason
Carnes, Reason married Dysart, Helen on April 25, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., April 26 - Reason Carnes, aged fourty-nine, and Mrs. Helen Dysart, aged thirty-eight, both of Weeping Water, came to this city Monday and were united in marriage.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, April 27, 1910
Castleberry, Ray Castleberry and Miss Vera Kessler Nebraska City, Neb., July 22- Ray Castleberry and Miss Vera Kessler of Omaha were united in marriage in this city yesterday. The young couple will make their future home in Omaha. Married: July 21, 1910 The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Saturday Morning, July 23, 1910
Comstock, Forest

Comstock, Forrest married Polston, Bessie Mae on February 15, 1908 in Nebraska City

Couple observes 60th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Comstock, Cottage C 6, Riverview Terrace, observed their 60th wedding anniversary February 15, 1968 at their home.  Their daughters, Mrs. Alvin Eloge, City, and Mrs. Pascal (Valda) Padgett, McCook, entertained at a dinner for their parents and also sponsored a surpise card shower for them.  They received 60 cards.  Mr. and Mrs. Comstock were married February 15, 1908, in Nebraska City.  They have three children, the two daughters and a son, Chester of Caldwell, Idaho, who was unable to attend. They have 16 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.  Guests for the day and dinner included Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Padgett of McCook, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Radford of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Eloge.
Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., February 18, 1968

Crook, Rosa Mae     Ralph W. Herman (see entry under Grooms)     1920s    

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Davis, Robert F. Wright Davis   Mary Ann Wagner ? Wagner Leona Wagner 10-Nov-1951   Rev. Eric B. Asboe
  MISS WAGNER WEDS ROBERT F. DAVIS
Saturday St. Mary's Episcopal church was decorated with baskets of chrysanthemums and pompoms and candelabra for the early afternoon wedding of Miss Mary Ann Wagner and Robert F. Davis. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Leona Wagner and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wright Davis, all of the city. The Rev. Eric B. Asboe, rector of the [St. Mary's Episcopal] church, officiated before about __5 (75?) guests, Miss Coretta Pfann relayed the music. Miss Mary Ann Emshoff was maid of honor and Miss Jeanette Lechner was bridesmaid. Best man was Clement Landis, Jr., and John __altensberger (?) and Graydon Duncan, Jr., seated the guests. Louise Phillips was flower girl and David Lechner carried the rings. The bride given in marriage by her uncle, Fredolin Lechner, wore a gown of Alencion lace and white slipper satin. The fitted bodice was fashioned with a sweetheart neckline. The very slim skirt was styled with princess lines and ended in a three yard train. Her veil was a french illusion and held by a cap of rhinestones and pearls. She wore a rhinestone and pearl necklace, gift of the groom. She carried a _orital(?) bouquet of red roses. A reception was given in the undercroft after the ceremony with Miss Marilyn Phillips in charge of the guest book and Miss Martha Delong(?) and Miss Cleora Schmitz the gift table. Others helping with the reception were Mrs. Don Phillips, Miss Rose Marie Lechner, Miss Coletta Lechner, Miss Kathleen Lechner, Miss Norma(?) Landis, Miss Donna Phillips, Miss Laura Lee Bosworth and Miss Irene Korring. After a one-week wedding trip, the couple will live in the Pearsall apartments at 206 South Seventh Street. Mrs. Davis graduated from Nebraska City High School with the class of 1951 and is now employed as Secretary at the School for Blind. Mr. Davis graduated from Nebraska High School in 1948 and is now farming with his father near the city. Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: November 11, 1951.  Source: Wedding Announcement.
Deming, Al R.
Deming, Al R. married Arnold, Zulu on June 23, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., June 25 - Al R. Deming and Miss Zulu Arnold, both of Syracuse, came to this city Thursday and were united in marriage.  They were given a reception
at their home on their return.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, June 26, 1910
DeWalt, William P.
DeWalt, Dr. William P. married Vaughan, Eugenia on January 1, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - Dr. William P. DeWalt of Syracuse was united in marriage today at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Vaughan, at Palmyra, to their daughter, Miss Eugenia, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends.  The young people will make their future home at Syracuse.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, January 2, 1910.
Duncan, Minnie
Grassmeier, William F. married Duncan, Minnie on December 31, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - William F. Grassmeier and Miss Minnie Duncan of Fremont county, Iowa., were married in this city last evening in the presence of a few friends and relatives.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Sunday Morning, Lincoln, Neb., January 2, 1910.
Durr, Hilary Herbert (29) Albert Durr Louise Tordoff Margaret Martha Kreifels (21) Leo Kreifels Frances Schmitz 18-Oct-1939 W-667 Fr. R. M. Faessler, St. Joseph's
Durr, Julius Francis Durr (41) Aloys Durr Anna Ruebenkamp Celesta Frances Carlin (36) James Carlin Josephine Francois 5-Feb-1940 W-705 Fr. R. M. Faessler, St. Joseph's
Dysart, Helen née ??
Carnes, Reason married Dysart, Helen on April 25, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., April 26 - Reason Carnes, aged fourty-nine, and Mrs. Helen Dysart, aged thirty-eight, both of Weeping Water, came to this city Monday and were united in marriage.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, April 27, 1910

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Elrod, Arthur
Elrod, Arthur married Morris, Marie on March 20, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., March 21 - Arthur Elrod and Miss Marie Morris were married in this city yesterday.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Tuesday Morning, March 22, 1910

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Faunce, Elizabeth
Waldsmith, J. W. married Faunce, Elizabeth in April 8, 1860
 
Celebrate Golden Wedding
Nebraska City, Neb., April 9 - It was fifty years ago yesterday that J. W. Waldsmith and Miss Elizabeth Faunce were united in marriage in this county and they have ever since made this city their home.  Their relatives remembered the fact and gave them a surprise. Their children were present and it was also in the nature of a family reunion.  Mrs. Waldsmith has been on of the elders of the Latter Day Saints church of this section and prior to taking up preaching was in the grocery business.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, April 10, 1910
France, Warren
France, Warren married Tell, Anna on December 25, 1909
 
Tell - France Wedding
Nebraska City, Neb., Dec. 25 - At high noon today, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Tell, near Dunbar, Miss Anna Tell, was united in marriage to Warren France of Syracuse.  There were one hundred guests present and it was an elaborate affair.  Both were born and reared in this county and they have known each other from infancy.  The groom is a well to do young farmer and the son of C. L. France, a former member of the legislature.  The young couple after a trip to the Pacific coast, will make their home on a farm belonging to the groom
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, December 26, 1909

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Gehrke, John
Gehrke, John married Genthe, Mary on June 17, 1898
 
Nebraska City, Neb. June 17 (Special) - John Gehrke and Miss Mary Genthe, both of Syracuse, were made one last evening by Judge Joyce in his most charming manner.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Saturday Morning, June 18, 1898
Genthe, Mary
Gehrke, John married Genthe, Mary on June 17, 1898
 
Nebraska City, Neb. June 17 (Special) - John Gehrke and Miss Mary Genthe, both of Syracuse, were made one last evening by Judge Joyce in his most charming manner.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Saturday Morning, June 18, 1898
Gottwald, Alton A. (26)  * Adolph Gottwald Anna Brandt Marcella A. Durr (21) Peter A. Durr Nora C. Francois 24-Sep-1952 1-65 Rev. H. Ingenhorst, St. Jospeh's
 

MARCELLA ANN DURR WEDS ALTON GOTTWALD
Miss Marcella Ann Durr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Durr, became the bride of Alton Gottwald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gottwald, all of Nebraska City, Wednesday. The 9 o'clock Mass was solemnized by the Rev H. H. Ingenhorst, at St. Joseph’s Catholic church near Paul. Mrs William Rebhan accompanied Mrs. Harold Fox, soloist.
Miss Kathleen Durr attended her sister as maid of honor and Miss Alice Volkmer and Miss Catherine Stratker were bridesmaids. Flower girls were Linda Fox and Diana Francois. Melvin Kreifels was best man with Carl Heng, Jr., and Marion Lechner as groomsmen. Seating the guests were Harold Fox and Robert Francois.
The bride wore a gown of skinner satin with a Chantilly lace bodice featuring a nylon net yoke outlined with rhinestones. The lace center panel of the skirt extended to the end of the court train. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was held by a small beaded tiara and she carried a bouquet of red roses. The maid of honor wore an aqua gown with a lace bodice, net yoke and puffed sleeves. The bridesmaids wore identical gowns in fuchsia.
A dinner and reception was held in the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony with Miss Virginia Schuster in charge of the guest book and Miss Louise Zeils the gift table. Also assisting were Mrs. Robert Wilberger, Mrs. Eugene Francois, Mrs. Alfred Volkmer, Mrs. Ralph Francois and Mrs. Robert Francois.
The couple will be at home after Oct. 1 on a farm near Paul.
Mrs. Gottwald is a graduate of St. Bernard Academy. For the past three years she has worked at the Nebraska City Medical Group. Mr. Gottwald attended St. Joseph's school and for the past two years has been in the Army, of [missing portion] ....
Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Sunday Morning, September 28, 1952.

Gottwald, Bernadine Adolph Gottwald   Harold Fox ? Fox   3-June-1947   St. Joseph's
  (Note: Marriage of Bernadine Gottwald and Harold Fox, June 3, 1947)

FRIENDS HONOR MISS GOTTWALD
Friends honored Miss Bernadine Gottwald with a miscellaneous gift shower at St. Joseph's Hall Sunday afternoon. During the afternoon, games were played and refreshments were served. White, pink and blue were used as the color scheme for the decorations.
Hostesses were Miss Rose Marie Gottwald, Miss Eileen Fox, Mrs. Cecil Fox, Mrs. John Ramold, Mrs. Fred Lechner, Mrs. Ernest Johns, and Mrs. Ralph Lechner.
Miss Gottwald will wed Harold Fox, June 3, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Paul.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Tuesday, May 27, 1947

Gottwald, Rose Marie Adolph Gottwald   Albert Berger Ernest Burber   1-June-1949    
  (Note: Marriage date from 50th Anniversary article, Rose Marie Gottwald and Albert Burger, married June 1, 1949)

MISS GOTTWALD BECOMES BRIDE
Miss Rose Marie Gottwald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gottwald, Nebraska City, became the bride of Albert Burger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burger, Nebraska City on Wednesday morning. The Rev. H. H. Ingenhorst, assisted by Rev Frank Flicek, Auburn, performed the nine o'clock high Mass at St. Joseph's church at Paul in the presence of friends and relatives. The altar was decorated with spring flowers.
Mrs. Harold Fox, sister of the bride, played the wedding marches and during the Offertory, she sang "Ave Maria." The church choir sang the Mass with Miss Mary Durr at the organ.
The bride wore a white gown fashioned of marquisette and French Alencon lace of Empress style. The tight fitting bodice formed a bertha and the full skirt fell to a four yard train. The fingertip veil edged in lace fell from a beaded crown. Her flowers were red roses. The maid of honor, Miss Kathleen Heng, cousin of the bride, wore a gown of yellow marquisette and the bridesmaid, Miss Maxine Bremer, wore a gown of green marquisette. They wore flowered headdresses and carried bouquets of carnations. The best man was Alton Gottwald, brother of the bride and the groom's other attendant was his brother, Harry Burger.
Following the wedding a dinner and reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Jeanette Lechner, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book.
Mr. and Mrs. Burger are making their home on a farm near Paul. The bride attended the Mohawk school and the groom attended school at Paul. The couple will entertain their friends at a wedding dance at the Merryland Party House in Talmage Monday evening.
Source: Newspaper: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: June 1949.

Grassmeier, William F.
Grassmeier, William F. married Duncan, Minnie on December 31, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - William F. Grassmeier and Miss Minnie Duncan of Fremont county, Iowa., were married in this city last evening in the presence of a few friends and relatives.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Sunday Morning, Lincoln, Neb., January 2, 1910.
Gray, Benjamin G.
Gray, Benjamin G. married Bennet, Lillie B. on Feb. 1, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Feb. 1. - Benjamin G. Gray and Mrs. Lillie B. Bennet of Atchison county, Mo., were united in marriage in this city last evening.
The Nebraska State Journal, Lancaster Co., Neb., Wed. Morning, Feb. 2, 1910.
Gress, Angela Marie     Patrick Dean Sheldon     5-Aug-1983 8-476  
Gress, Anna P.     John E. McCord     1-May-1917 R-376  
Gress, Carol Jean     William F. Fitzgerald     30-Jun-1962 3-285  
Gress, Carol Lee     Michael Lee Bivens     13-Sep-1969 5-458  
Gress, Caroline Marie     Brian Joseph Daschel     24-Nov-1990 11-9000109  
Gress, Carolyne P.     Karl P. Lemke     20-May-1919 S-25  
Gress, Cecilia Mary (21) Raymond Gress Mary Beier/Baier Clements L. Haverkamp(21) Bernard Haverkamp Christina Rethmann 23-Feb-1916 R-110 Fr. S. F. Weigand
Gress, Cheryl Lynn     Gerald Allen Rinne     8-Aug-1969 5-420  
Gress, Elizabeth (18) William Gress Caroline Bornet/Barnett Anthony Schmitz (24) Peter Schmitz Catherine Durr 23-Jan-1906 O-159 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Benedict's
Gress, Elsie     Cloyde Clement     30-Mar-1948 Y-464  
Gress, Emma (23) William Gress Caroline Bornet/Barnett Carl Tretter (27) Lawrence Tretter Philomena Pfaff 17-Sep-1907 O-448 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Benedict's
Gress, Esther Catherine     James John Worth(Wirth)     23-Jun-1936 W-106  
Gress, Frances (17) William Gress Caroline Bornet/Barnett Wendelin Pfeiffer (26) Joseph Pfeiffer Clara Sand 21-Feb-1911 P-424 Fr. Sixtus Meyer, St. Benedict's
Gress, Gertrude (Welter)     Joseph J. Schreiner     17-May-1921 S-473  
Gress, Jennifer L.     Brian W. Briley     7-Jul-1995 11-9500053  
Gress, Joyce Ranae     Jerry Allen Attebery     29-Jun-1984 8-565  
Gress, Judy Marie     Shanon Edwin Angel     27-Aug-1966 4-414  
Gress, Julia (26) Frank Gress Elizabeth Dietz John Schnitzer (21) Nicholas Schnitzer Marie Reis 31-Jan-1911 P-412 Fr. Sixtus Meyer, St. Benedict's
Gress, Karen Ann     Duane Richard Madison     5-Aug-1978 7-587  
Gress, Kathleen Margaret     Albert John Garcia     27-Apr-1968 5-134  
Gress, Linda Ann     Paul Everette Allen     13-May-1967 4-539  
Gress, Lisa Ellen     Charles Edward Clowers     9-Nov-2001 11-0100097  
Gress, Mary Jo     Russell Dale Morton     19-Jul-1971 6-260  
Gress, Mary T. E. (20) William Gress Caroline Barnet/Barnett Nicholas J. Schmitz Peter Schmitz Mary Schneider 22-Nov-1904 N-562 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Benedict's
Gress, Nichola Sue     John Franklin Barton     3-Jun-1967 4-554  
Gress, Phyllis     Allen M. Paap, Jr.     30-Dec-1948 Y-619  
Gress, Rita     Melvin Kopf     28-Jun-1948 Y-518  
Gress, Rosemary     Kenneth L.D. Gardner     27-Dec-1947 Y-409  
Gress, Serene I.     Ernest A. Hunt     29-Sep-1956 2-28  
Gress, Sharon K.     Richard P. Kersten     4-Sep-1965 4-250  
Gress, Sharon Rose     Thomas Dwain Leckenby     24-Jun-1961 3-73  
Gress, Theresa Ann     Harold John Ehmke     4-Dec-1959 2-538  
Gress, Theresa C. (22) Frank Gress Elizabeth Dietz Leo J. Tretter (28) Lawrence Tretter Philomena Phaff. 16-Nov-1915 R-37 Fr. S. F. Weigand
Gress, Vickie LeAnn     Walter Ebeler, Jr.     10-Dec-1977 7-518  
need to sort                
Gress, John Anton (25)  * Frank Gress Elizabeth Dietz Mary Golden Luper (17) Wm. H. Luper Francis P. Pierce 27-Aug-1912 Q-52 Fr. Sixtus Meyer, St. Benedict's
Gress, John Joseph (23)  * Raymond Gress Mary Buay (Baier) Gertrude Welter (24) John Welter   14-Feb-1912 596 Fr. Sixtus Meyer
  John Joseph Gress and Gertrude Welter
A marriage license was issued to John Joseph Gress, 23, and Miss Gertrude Welter, 24. The young man is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gress living near Nebraska City. The bride is a resident of Talmage, and the ceremony will take place today at the home of the bride. Source: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: February 1912.
Gress, Joseph Andrew (23)  * Frank Gress Elizabeth Dietz Anna Schnitzer (19) Nick Schnitzer Mary Rice 17-Oct-1911 P-531 Fr. Sixtus Meyer
  Schnitzer – Gress
A marriage license was issued yesterday to Joseph Gress and Miss Anna Schnitzer, the wedding to take place within a few weeks. The bans will probably be read for the first time this morning at St. Benedict's church in Kearney. Source: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: 1911

A marriage license was issued yesterday to Joseph Gress, son of Frank Gress, And Miss Anna Schnitzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schnitzer.  Source: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: September 1911

Gress, Kenneth Theodore     Carol Rose Aufenkamp     24-Jan-1960 2-562  
Gress, Kyle Raymond     Debra Ann Moroz     11-Aug-2001 11-0100062  
Gress, Leonard N.     Mava Denniston     26-Sep-1938 W-493  
Gress, Melvin A. Joseph Gress   Norma Jean Kreifels     24-Jul-1945 Y-44 Rev. A. M. Faessler
  Melvin & Norma (Kreifels) Gress
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Gress were married at St. Joseph's church near Paul July 24 by Rev. A. M. Faessler. The bride was Norma Jean Kreifels of Paul. They are living with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gress, and the young man assists his father in farming.  Source: Nebraska City Daily News, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. September 9, 1945
Gress, Michael A.     Janelle M. Marcotte     24-Apr-1993 11-9300016  
Gress, Patrick Raymond     Pamela JoAnn Rhoten     29-Jul-1988 11-8800052  
Gress, Raimund (26) Andres Gress Teressa Wykel Marie Baier (26) Joseph Baier Josephine Parth 10 May 1887 H-358 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig
Gress, Raimund (65)  * Andrew Gress Thresa Wykel Mary (Goeller) Boerner (53) Frank Goeller Philomena Krueger 6-Apr-1926 T-430 Fr. C. F. Broermann, St. Joseph's
  Raimund Gress and Mary (Goeller) Boerner
The Marriage of Mrs. Mary Boerner and Raimund Gress, two well known residents of Kearney Addition, took place Tuesday morning April 8, at 8 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic Church near Paul. Rev. C.F. Broermann officiated. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lechner. The Bride wore a black Canton crepe dress trimmed in blue and the bridesmaid wore black charmeuse. A wedding breakfast and a reception at the Fred Lechner home followed the ceremony. Twelve guests, all of them, relatives of the bride and groom, attended. They will live in the Gress home in Kearney. (Note: Mary Goeller also married Henry Boerner ). Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebr. Date: 1926. 
Gress, Robert W. Jr.     Connie R. Christiansen     28-Aug-1964 4-70  
Gress, Raymond Theodore     Carolyn Jeanne Plumer     15-Oct-1960 2-678  
Gress, Richard F. (30)  * Frank Gress Elizabeth Dietz Hulda L. Kreifel / Kreifels (19) Herman Kreifel Gertrude Fielen 9-Jan-1912 P-586 Fr. M. A. O'Boyle St. Joseph's church
  BIG WEDDING SOUTH OF TOWN
MISS HULDA KREIFELS BECAME WIFE OF RICHARD GRESS
TWO HUNDRED GUESTS
St. Joseph's Catholic Church Scene of One of Most Important Weddings in Paul Neighborhood for Several Months. Miss Hulda Kreifels and Richard Gress were married yesterday morning at ten o'clock in St. Joseph's Catholic church, near Paul, before two hundred guests, friends and relatives of the contracting parties. The ceremony was conducted according to the rites of the Catholic church and two priests officiated in the ceremony and the mass which was said afterward. Immediately after the church ceremony the young people and the guests went to the home of the bride's parents where elaborate wedding dinner was served which lasted well into the evening. It is said by guests who were present that this dinner was one of the most elaborate and enjoyable feats ever held in the neighborhood. The home was especially decorated for the occasion and the young married couple were the recipients of many gifts and congratulations from their admiring friends and relatives. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gress who lives south of the city a short way and is a most splendid young man with many .... Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. January 1912.
Gress, Thomas Andrew     Roberta Kay Christolear     19-May-1973 6-550  
Gress, William Joseph (25) Frank Gress Elizabeth Dietz Martha Elizabeth Burger (20) Herman Burger Mary Butt 21-Oct-1920 S-357 Rev. Theophil C. Berkekamp
Gress, Willabald (Wm) (27) Andreas Gress Theresa Weighling Carrie/Caroline P. Barnert /Barnett)(24) John Barnert Julia Jenschke 3 Apr 1883 G-63 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig
Griepenstroh, Arlen * Ernest Griepenstroh   Kathleen Lechner Carl Lechner   ?-Sep-1955    
  Lechner – Griepenstroh
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lechner announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen, to Arlen Griepenstroh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Griepenstroh, all of Nebraska City. Miss Lechner graduated from Nebraska City High School in 1953 and is employed by the G. E. Conkey Company. Her fiancé, a 1952 Nebraska City High School graduate, is employed in Omaha. A September wedding is planned. Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Sunday Morning, May 8, 1955
Gross (Gress?) Gerd (31) Jacob Gross Mary Bödeker Mary Johnson (24) Henry Johnson Annie Henrichs 11 Mar 1889 I-392 Fr. Duerschuer
Gress, Alan E.     Phyllis Irene Lawton     28-Jan-1966 4-312  
Gress, Andrew Fred (22)  * Raymond Gress Mary Beier/Baier Mary Ann Frances Zeiner (21) Joseph Zeiner Rosa Gillich 16-Apr-1912 Q-6 Fr. Sixtus Meyer, St. Benedict's
  Andrew Gress and Mary Zeiner
A marriage license has been issued to Andrew F. Gress, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gress, and Miss Mary A. F. Zeiner, daughter of Joseph Zeiner, both of Nebraska City. Source: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. April 1912.

Andrew Gress and Mary Zeiner
 At ten o'clock yesterday morning at St. Benedict's Catholic church in this city occurred the marriage of Miss Mary Zeiner to Mr. Andrew Gress, two of Otoe county's most prominent and highly esteemed young people.  Father Meyer performed the ceremony. The church was handsomely decorated with Easter-lillies and carnations. The bride, who wore a gown of white messaline, was attended by her sister, Miss Helen Zeiner, who wore pink messaline. The groom was attended by his brother, Michael Gress. Miss Mary Sand played the wedding march. The groom is a son of one of the best known families in this part of the county, is a sterling young man in every particular and has hundreds of friends who offer their congratulations at this time. The bride is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zeiner, old residents of the county, and has many friends who will wish her much joy. Source: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. April 1912

Gress, Benedict (21)  * Frank Gress Lizzie Dietz Margaret Paben (23) Henry Paben Lizzie Feilen 23-Apr-1913 Q-199 Fr. Earl Staff, St. Joseph's
Gress, Benedict (36)  * Frank Gress Elizabeth Dietz Gertrude Leckenby (21) Alexander Gibson Jennie Smith 28-Feb-1907 T-558 Fr. Rudolph Stoltz, St. Benedict's
Gress, Bernard Raymond     Lois Mae Teten     16-Aug-1945 Y-49  
Gress, Carl Theodore (29)  * Raymond Gress Marie Baier Mary Hallamann (19) Joseph Hallamann Katie Rippel 14-Feb-1922 S-606 Fr. Anthony H. Pax., St. Paul & Paulinus
Gress, Christopher Gerard     Jamie Louise Eaton     12-Apr-1985 8-622  
Gress, Darin Joy     Stephanie Jean Wiles     15-May-1992 11-9200019  
Gress, Darin Joy     Marcia Marie Damme     17-Apr-1999 11-9900006  
Gress, David Lee     Denise Marie Housh     6-Jul-1974 7-36  
Gress, David Lee     Romana Ann Shirley     27-Jan-1995 11-9500001  
Gress, Edward R.     Leona H. Meredith     24-Feb-1941 X-186  
Gress, Emil B.     Arlene Marie Bremer     10-Oct-1945 Y-59  
Gress, Eric Scott     Caroline Marie McVay     15-Mar-1984 8-528  
Gress, Frank (28)  * Andrew Gress Theresa Weigl Elizabeth Dietz (27) Philip Dietz Catharine Hyser 25 Jan 1881 E-151 Fr. Thomas, ch Bartl, Kearney Ward
Gress, Frank (21)  * Wm. Gress Caroline Bennet Jessie Sharp (18) Daniel Sharp Mary Hanna 25-Jan-1910 P-224 Fr. Dominic Weber
  Sharp – Gress
A marriage license has been granted to Frank Gress and Miss Jessie Sharp. Both are well known and popular residents of this section and The News tenders congratulations in advance.  Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: Jan. 1910.

SHARP-GRESS
At St. Benedict's Catholic church this morning a very pretty wedding took place, at which time Father Dominick united in marriage Frank Gress and Miss Jessie Scharp (Sharp). The ceremony was performed in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends, and the church was tastefully decorated for the occasion. The bride is a well known resident of this city and the groom one of the leading young farmers of this section. After the ceremony the happy couple were given a reception at the home of the groom's mother west of the city. The happy couple will make their future home on a farm belonging to the groom west of the city. The News tenders its heartiest congratulations and may their lives be one of sunshine.    Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: Jan 1910.

Gress, Frederick Michael     Janis Joy Reese     20-Jan-1968 5-95  
Gress, Harold Allen     Donna Hazel Eaton     19-Feb-1966 4-324  
Gress, Henry J.     Verna L. Damme     4-Jun-1946 Y-148  
Gress, James M.     Janet Louise Thompson     5-May-1967 4-537  

H

               
Haulk, Hazel née ??
Miller, William H. married Haulk, Hazel on December 31, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - William H. Miller and Mrs. Hazel Haulk, of Hamburg, Iowa., were quietly married here yesterday.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, January 2, 1910.
Haverkamp, Clement L.  *     Cecilia Mary Gress Raymond Gress   Feb-1916   Rev. F. S. Weigand
  GRESS-HAVERKAMP
Miss Cecelie (Cecilia) Mary Gress and Clement L. Haverkamp were united in marriage yesterday morning at St. Benedict's Catholic church in the presence of a large member of friends and relatives, Rev. F. S. Weigand, the pastor, officiating. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Annie Gress, while Leo Haverkamp, brother of the groom, acted as best man. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gress, prominent farmers residing a short distance southeast of the city. She was born and reared in this county and is an accomplished young woman; highly educated and a great favorite with all. She has hundreds of friends in this community who extend congratulations and best wishes for a happy and prosperous married life. Mr. Haverkamp is a young farmer residing near Seneca, Kansas. While not well known he has made many staunch friends during his short visit here, who extend best wishes on this occasion. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party returned to the Gress home where an excellent wedding dinner was served to about 150 guests. They will make their home on a farm owned by the groom near Seneca.
Source: unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: February 1916.
Heng, Joseph (21)  * Michael Heng Jennie Hoffman Mary Durr (26) Joe Durr Catherine Schmitz 10 May 1898 L-497 Rev. Aloys Hahn, St. Josephs
Herman, Ralph W. Herman & Crook
Although Miss Rosa Mae Crook of near this city, and Ralph W. Herman also of this community, were married Saturday, February 7th, at Sidney, Ia. by Rev. J. S. Ellis, pastor of the First Methodist church, the secret was kept until today. The bride was a graduate from the Nebraska City high school with the class of 1924. She is now teaching in district 56, five miles southwest of Nebraska City. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crook, who live two miles west of Nebraska City on the Dunbar road. The groom is the son of William Herman, and is engaged in farming with his father near this city and was a pitcher with the Eagle baseball team of this city last season. The couple will be at home later in the year on the groom’s farm near Nebraska City.
Source: Nebraska City News-Press; Date: Febr. 7, 192?, but after 1924
Huss, August Pete     Emma Margaret Heinke     25-Jan-1928 U-8  
Huss, Clarence Frederick     Charlotte Cora Coslett     8-Apr-1944 X-635  
Huss, Darrell D.     Janet Kathleen Wirth     27-Dec-1965 4-299  
Huss, Henry     Lena Scharp     12 Oct 1893 K-265  
Huss, Herman Martin     Alma Clara Schreiner     21-Feb-1928 U-22  
Huss, Louis     Maggie L. Vock     4 Apr 1895 K-569  

I

               

J

               
Johns, Randy Eugene     Jody Lee Polston     10-Jun-1978 7-560  
Jones, Floy
Sweet Jr., Charles A. married Jones, Floy on January 1, 1910 (?)
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1. - Charles A. Sweet, Jr., editor of the Palmyra Items, was united in marriage to Miss Floy Jones, daughter of County Commissioner L. E. Jones.  Both of the  young people were born and reared in the vicinity of Palmyra and have been sweethearts since childhood.  Mr. Sweet is the son of Fostmaster Sweet of Palmyra, and a brother of J. H. Sweet, one of the editors of the Daily Press of this city.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Sunday Morning, Lincoln, Neb., January 2, 1910.
Jones, Mabel
Morelack, James R. married Jones, Mabel on May 12, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., May 14 - James R. Morelack and Miss Mabel Jones of Hamburg, Iowa, came to this city Thursday and were united in marriage by Elder John T. Smith
pastor of the Christian church.  They returned home the same evening and were given a reception at the home of the bride's parents.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, May 15, 1910

K

               
Kimmel, O. A.
Kimmel, O. A. married Petring, Mary Cornelia in 1895 Nebraska City, Nebr.
 
In 1895, Cornelia Petring married O. A. Kimmel, banker, cattle-raiser, and landowner. To them three children were born: Richard, Dorothy and Katherine.
Tramscriber Note: Parents not named, only as that Cornelia's parents were from Germany.
Source: Nebraska City History 1854-2004 Sesquicentennial, Nebraska City, Nebraska USA
Klein, Eda
Neeman, John married Klein, Eda on March 20, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., March 21 - John Neeman and Miss Eda Klein, both of Osage precinct, were united in marriage Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Klein.  They will make their home on Mr. Neeman's farm.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Tuesday Morning, March 22, 1910
Koch, Dietrich
Koch, Dietrich married Reuter, Bertha on January 10, 1910
 
Reuter - Koch
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 10 - Dietrich Koch, a young farmer residing near Berlin, was married today to Miss Bertha Reuter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Reuter, were united in marriage at the bride's home.  They will make their home at Berlin.
Source:  Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr.,  Tuesday Morning, January 11, 1910
Komma, Maria C.     Nicholas J. Schmitz Peter Schmitz Mary Schneider est. 1892   wife 1
Korring, Earl H. (30)  * Adolph Korring Orlinda Vollman Leona T. Wagner (née Lechner) (39) Fred Lechner Mary Brandt 14-Apr-1953 1-149 Fr. John P. Kraus, St. Benedict's
  Breakfast Held For Leona Wagner
The women employees of Wessel’s held a breakfast Thursday at 8 a.m. to honor Leona Wagner, who will be married to Earl Korring on April 14 at St. Benedict’s Catholic church. Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1953

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Lambert, Grace
Morehouse, Charles D. married Lambert, Grace on April 25, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., April 26 - Charles D. Morehouse and Miss Grace Lambert of Palmyra, were united in marriage in this city Monday.  They will make their home at Palmyra.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, April 27, 1910
Lechner, Adela (19)  * Fred Lechner Mary Stahl Fred Boerner (19) Henry Boerner Mary Goeller 16-May-1922 T-35 Fr. T. F. Kramer
Lechner, Carl (26)  * Fred Lechner Mary Stahl Viola Elma Tucker (21) John Tucker Sarah Riggs 16-Aug-1927 T-618 Fr. Iva C. Weis, St. Ben
  Marriage Bans Read
Bans for the marriage of Miss Violet Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker of Kearney Addition and Carl Lechner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lechner, who lives a short distance west of the city, have been announced at St. Benedict’s Catholic church, Kearney. The wedding will take place in the near future.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1927 Marriage License

Marriage license issued to Carl Lechner, son of Fred Lechner, and Miss Viola Elma Tucker, both of this city. The young couple will be married August 16, by Father Weis, of St. Benedict’s Catholic church of this city.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1927 Tucker-Lechner

The marriage of Miss Viola Elma Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker of Kearney Addition, and Carl Lechner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lechner, who live on a farm southwest of the city, took place Tuesday morning at 7 o’clock at St. Benedict’s Catholic church. Only the immediate members of the families of the young people attended. Rev. I. C. Weis, pastor of the church officiated.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1927 Recent Bride

Mrs. Carl Lechner is a recent bride. Before her marriage at St. Benedict’s church Mrs. Lechner was Miss Viola Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker of Kearney Addition. She is a graduate of the Nebraska City High School with the class of 1923 and attended Peru State Teachers’ College. She taught one year in the Otoe County schools and two years at the Island School of the Nebraska City school district. Mr. and Mrs. Lechner are living on a farm southwest of Nebraska City.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1927

Miscellaneous Shower and Charivari
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lechner whose marriage took place Tuesday, August 16, at St. Benedict’s Catholic church, returned home Saturday evening from their honeymoon to Kansas City and Sunday afternoon a group of 60 of their friends gathered at the home of Mr. Lechner’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lechner, and gave them a pleasant surprise in the form of a miscellaneous shower. The afternoon was spent in playing games and visiting and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Lechner were the recipients of many handsome gifts from their friends. They were again surprised in the evening when another large group gave them a charivari. They will be honor guests at the dance at Brown’s Park Wednesday evening.
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1927 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lechner

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lechner of 311 North Ninth Street celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary at their home with an open house. Their daughter, Jean, (Mrs. K. E. Ledbetter), of Olathe, Kas., baked and decorated the tiered anniversary cake. The couple has four children, Arnold, Guadaloupe, Calif.; Norbert and Mrs. Arlin (Kathleen) Griepenstroh, of Nebraska City and Mrs. Ledbetter. They have 11 grandchildren. The Lechner’s were married August 16, 1927, at St. Benedict’s Catholic church.
Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Sun. (Morning), August 26, 1962.

Lechner, Clarence Mark G. (21) John Lechner Annie S. Ramold Margaret Clara Bossung (21) George R. Bossung Grace Bell Tuttle 10-Feb-1931 U-418 Fr. Ivo C. Weis, St. Ben.
Lechner, Eleanor M. (23) John Lechner Annie Ramold Casper Boerner (23) Henry Boerner Mary Goller/Goeller 4-Mar-1924 T-271 Fr. F.F.Kramer, St. Mary's
Lechner, Ervin     Betty Lou Johnson     11-Dec-1953 1-255  
Lechner, Frances     Barbara M. Garrens     12-Jul-1952 1-25  
Lechner, Fredolin N. (24)  * Richard Lechner Maria Gress Mary Stahl (18) Frank Stahl Matilda Wenzel 21 Apr 1896 139 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Ben.
  Fredolin N. Lechner & Mary Stahl
Bans were published to the marriage of Fred Lechner and Miss Stahl
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: 1896.
Lechner, Fredolin N. (36)  * Richard Lechner Maria Gress Mary Walburga Brandt (19) Vitus Brandt Josepha Dietrich 18-Jun-1907   Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Ben.
 
Fred. Lechner and Miss Mary
Brandt will be married on the 18th of
this month. The marriage
will take place at St. Benedict's
Catholic Church.
Lechner, Fredolin Theodore (22)  * Fredolin N. Lechner Mary Brandt Lorene Alice Polston (18) James A. Polston Alice Mullenax/Vaughan 7-Nov-1939 W-674 Fr. A. Bauer, St. Ben.
Lechner, George Richard (23)  * John Lechner Anna Ramold Emma Metha Schomerus (24) Enno Schomerus Marie Ahrens 29-Jan-1920 S-188 Paster W. K. Schulz
Lechner, Georgia Marie (19) George R. Lechner Emma Schomerus Meryln Teten (23) Edward Teten Anna Eiben 5-Mar-1957 2-95 Fr. A. F. Rinne, Bethel Evan and Ref. Church
Lechner, Gertrude (18) Theodore Lechner Mary Neuhalfen Fred Metzner (20) William Mitzner Mary Oelke 18-Jan-1921 S-412 A. A. Bischof, County Judge
Lechner, Glen E. (20) Otmar F. Lechner Dorothy Gibson Peggy K. Earith (18) Harold C. Earith Clara Brown 4-Dec-1956 2-61 Rev.. Leo Nielson, First Lutheran
Lechner, Irene M. (19) Theodore Lechner Mary Neuhalfen Michael A. Schmidt (27) Peter P. Schmidt Theresa Huster 20-Apr-1927 T-571 Fr. C.F. Broermann, St. Joseph's
Lechner, Jean Marilyn     Kenneth Eugene Ledbetter     27-Sep-1958 2-331  
Lechner, John (26)  * Richard Lechner Mary Gress Anna Ramold (23) George Ramold Ann Beck 28 Apr 1896   Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Ben.
Lechner, Katherine Wilhelmina (20) Theodore Lechner Mary Neuhalfen Willard Kuwitzky (21) Charles Kuwitzky Katherine Buelher 15-Feb-1926 T-415 Fr. Theo Saurer, St. Mary's
Lechner, Kathleen C.     Arlen Griepenstroh     17-Sep-1955 1-541  
Lechner, Kristine     Joy Dean Johnson     24-Feb-1978 7-527  
Lechner/Wagner, Leona T. (39) Fred Lechner Mary Brandt Earl H. Korring (30) Adolph Korring Orlinda Vollman 14-Apr-1953 1-149 Fr. John P. Kraus, St. Benedict's
Lechner, Lois (17) Vincent Lechner Pearl Reese Charles Schmidt (19) Frank Schmidt Tillie Hahn 9-Nov-1947 Y-388 Fr.. R. V. Davis
Lechner, Lorine Ann     William Benedict Wirth     6-Apr-1948 465  
Lechner, Mary Christine     Kimball Curtis Kohout     5-Apr-1975 7-133  
Lechner, Norbert     JoElla Jean Clark     28-Jul-1956 2-9  
Lechner, Otto Richard (24)  * Fred N. Lechner Mary Stahl Leda Marie Heinke (21) Fred W. Heinke Mary Janssen 29-Apr-1930 U-319 Fr. Ivo C. Weis, St. Ben.
Lechner, Pauline     Edwin Gene Lyons     15-Oct-1947 Y-376  
Lechner, Philomena (17) Fred Lechner Mary Brandt Bernard Schmitz (25) Emil Schmitz Theresa Komma 12-Sep-1933 V-278 Fr. Anthony Meyer, St. Benedict's
Lechner, Ralph     Rose E. Brandt     7-Apr-1931 U-438  
Lechner, Ralph     Vera Pearl Tyson     14-Jul-1962 3-293  
Lechner, Richard E.     Kathleen Ann Beach     10-Aug-1982 8-375  
Lechner, Robert F.  * Fred Lechner Mary Stahl Gertrude Lutz Joseph Lutz Catherine Ramold 27-Dec-1921 S-580  
  Lutz – Lechner
In the presence of a large concourse of friends and relatives Miss Gertrude Lutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lutz north of the city, and Robert Lechner, eldest son of Fred Lechner, southwest of the city, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony yesterday morning in St. Benedict’s church. Both the bride and the groom are highly respected and popular members of St. Benedict’s parish. During the last year Mr. Lechner served very faithfully as treasurer of the Fr. Emmanuel Club. (rest of article is unclear)
Source: Newspaper: Unknown, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1921
Lechner, Robert John  * Robert Lechner   Debbie Ann Owen Charles Owens   29-Aug-1987 11-8700079  
  OWENS-LECHNER PLAN SEPTEMBER WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens of Hamburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lechner of Nebraska City, NE announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children, Debbie Ann and Robert John. Debbie is a 1983 graduate of Hamburg High School and a 1984 graduate of Iowa Western Comm. College. She is currently employed by Family Physicians in Nebr. City. Robert is a 1984 graduate of Lourdes High School, Nebraska City. He is currently employed at Auburn Consolidated in Auburn, NE. The couple plan a Sept. 4, 1987 wedding at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Nebraska City. Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr, Date: 1987.
Lechner, Rose Marie     Ralph Walter Miller     11-Aug-1952 1-36  
Lechner, Scott Michael     Linda Faye Thomasson     5-Apr-1985 8-623  
Lechner, Sharon Sue     John Schroder     4-Dec-1987 11-8700101  
Lechner, Shirley C.     Thomas O. Mead     26-Jul-1957 2-148  
Lechner, Theodore (24)  * Richard Lechner Mary Gress Mary Neuhalfen (19) John Neuhalfen no name 16 Aug 1898 547 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Ben.
Ledbetter, Kenneth Eugene  * Kenneth L. Ledbetter   Lechner, Jean Marilyn Carl Lechner   17-Sep-1958    
  Kenneth Eugene Ledbetter and Jean Marilyn Lechner
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lechner of Nebraska City announce the engagement of their daughter, Jean Marilyn, to Kenneth Eugene Ledbetter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Ledbetter of Nebraska City, former residents of Kearney. September 27 has been set as the wedding date. Miss Lechner is a 1957 graduate of the Nebraska City High School and the Lincoln School of Commerce. The bride-elect is employed by Bankers Life Insurance company of Nebraska. Mr. Ledbetter is a 1957 graduate of the Nebraska City High School and attended the University of Nebraska. He is in the Navy stationed at Denver, Colo.  Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: 1958.

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Marks/Meyer George (22) Frank Marks Elizabeth Meyers Amelia Brandt (18) August Brandt Louiza /no last name/ 7 Jan 1882 E-290 Fr. J. H. Heinfreles, St. Paul
Michon, Charles R.     Mrs. B. Ann Michon     13-Mar-1948 Y-450  
Morehouse, Charles D.
Morehouse, Charles D. married Lambert, Grace on April 25, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., April 26 - Charles D. Morehouse and Miss Grace Lambert of Palmyra, were united in marriage in this city Monday.  They will make their home at Palmyra.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, April 27, 1910
McCann, S. P.
McCann, S.P. married Franks, Caroline, 15 Aug 1910 in Nebraska City
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Aug. 16. - S.P. McCann, of Owen county, Ind., and Miss Caroline Franks, of Shenandoah, Ia., were united in marriage in this place yesterday and left for their eastern home last evening.
The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Neb., Wed., Aug. 17, 1910
Morelack, James R.
Morelack, James R. married Jones, Mabel on May 12, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., May 14 - James R. Morelack and Miss Mabel Jones of Hamburg, Iowa, came to this city Thursday and were united in marriage by Elder John T. Smith
pastor of the Christian church.  They returned home the same evening and were given a reception at the home of the bride's parents.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, May 15, 1910
Miller, Ralph W. * Walter Miller   Rose Marie Lechner Robert Lechner   ?-Aug-1952   Rev. John Kraus
  MISS LECHNER BRIDE OF RALPH MILLER
St. Benedict's Catholic church was the scene of the Monday wedding of Miss Rose Marie Lechner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lechner, and Ralph W. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller. The Rev. John Kraus officiated at the 10 a.m. ceremony. The church was decorated with baskets of pink and white gladioli. Mrs. Merritt Whitten, organist, played the wedding music and accompanied the bride's cousin, Eugene Lechner, who sang, " On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother". Miss Coletta Lechner, the bride's cousin, was maid of honor, Miss Caroline Brehm, also a cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid and Mrs. Max Shipley of Lincoln was brides matron. Charles Gude, Jr., served as best man and ushers were Robert Lechner, Jr., brother of the bride, and John Kenneth Scharp. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a gown of Chantilly lace over satin. The molded bodice, which tapered to deep points in the front and back, was fashioned with a rolled collar edged in irridescent sequins and dotted with seed pearls. The long fitted sleeves formed bridal points over the hands. The full skirt fell gracefully into an aisle wide train. Her fingertip veil of illusion was held by a satin headdress edged in seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Her attendants wore gowns made identically of nylon net over taffeta in pastel shades of pink, green and blue, with bodices of lace. They wore matching mitts and headdresses and carried colonial bouquets of gladioli. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church hall. Mrs. Carl Lechner cut the four-tiered wedding cake and Mrs. Mary Lechner poured. Kathleen Lechner had charge of the guest book and Mrs. George Lutz, Union, Mrs. Bernard Schmitz and Mrs. Robert Davis, the gift table. Others assisting were Cleora Schmitz, Jane Lutz, Mrs. Fredolin Lechner, Mrs. Leona Wagner and Mrs. Ralph Boerner. At noon a dinner was held for members of the immediate families and the bridal party at the Ulbrick cafe. After a trip to the Black Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Miller will reside in Nebraska City.  Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: August 1952
Miller, William H.
Miller, William H. married Halk, Hazel on December 31, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - William H. Miller and Mrs. Hazel Haulk, of Hamburg, Iowa., were quietly married here yesterday.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, January 2, 1910.
Morris, Marie
Elrod, Arthur married Morris, Marie on March 20, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., March 21 - Arthur Elrod and Miss Marie Morris were married in this city yesterday.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Tuesday Morning, March 22, 1910
Muck, L. N.
Muck, L. N. married Baker, Alice V. on December 23, 1899
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Dec. 24. (Special) -Saturday afternoon Supt. J. E. Harris of the Institute for the blind, united in marriage L. N. Muck, of Madison county, and Miss Alice V. Baker, of Sarpy county.  The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of students and employees of the Institute.  The contracting parties are both blind and employed in the musical department of the institute.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Monday Morning, December 25, 1899
Mullenax, Joseph P.     Rachel E. McCord     24-Feb-1909    
Mullenax, Harvey E.     Lucretia Ellen Harmon     16-Jun-1918    
Mullenax, Melvin Edward     Mabel Claire Wall     14-Nov-1931    

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Neemann, George F.
Neeman, George F. married Arends, Leta M. on February 16, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Feb. 16 - George F. Neemann, one of the leading young farmers of the southern part of this county, was united in marriage today at the home of the bride's parent's, to Miss Leta M. Arends, daughter of Senator Herman Arends of Syracuse.  She is a highly educated young lady.  There were a large number of relatives and friends present at the wedding.  The happy couple left for the west after the ceremony, where they will spend their honeymoon.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Thursday Morning, February 17, 1910
Neeman, John
Neeman, John married Klein, Eda on March 20, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., March 21 - John Neeman and Miss Eda Klein, both of Osage precinct, were united in marriage Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Klein.  They will make their home on Mr. Neeman's farm.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Tuesday Morning, March 22, 1910

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Pfeiffer, Wendelin (26)  *     Frances Gress William Gress   Feb-1911    
  Pfeiffer - Gress
A marriage license was issued yesterday to Wendelin Pfeiffer, aged 26, and Miss Frances Gress, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gress, who live south of the city. The marriage will probably occur on Thursday.  Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: February 1911.
Pittman, Margarette E.
Waldo, Chester E. married Pittman, Margarette E., May 12, 1909
 
Nehawka Couple Were Wedded in Nebraska City
Nebraska City - Chester E. Waldo and Miss Margarette E. Pittman, two young people from Nebraska City were united in marriage in this city Wednesday evening.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Friday Morning, May 14, 1909
Pitz, Edith
Stutt, E. S. married Pitz, Edith on December 31, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - E. S. Stutt and Miss Edith Pitz, both of Plattsmouth, were united in marriage here yesterday.  They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Brown while in the city. Their marriage was a surprise to their Plattsmouth friends.  The groom was a former deputy sheriff of Cass county.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, January 2, 1910.
Polston, James A. (61)  * Andrew Polston Margaret Wells Jessie Dukes (51) Lige Coffman Mary E. Daughtery 9-Jul-1945 Y-40 County Judge, D. P. West
Polston, Joseph A.     Ollie Robinson     14-Oct-1909 P-182  

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Ramold, Fredolin (25) Andrew Ramold, dec'd Barbara Schock Jeannette Matilda Heng (18) Tony Heng Hulda Gottwald 21-Nov-1939 W-678 Rev. A.M. Faessler, St. Joseph's
Reuter, Bertha
Koch, Dietrich married Reuter, Bertha on January 10, 1910
 
Reuter - Koch
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 10 - Dietrich Koch, a young farmer residing near Berlin, was married today to Miss Bertha Reuter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Reuter, were united in marriage at the bride's home.  They will make their home at Berlin.
Source:  Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr.,  Tuesday Morning, January 11, 1910
Risser, George H.
Risser, George H. married West, Lulu on Nov. 15, 1899
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Nov. 16. (Special) -George H. Risser of Lincoln and Miss Lulu West were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. West, in Wyoming precinct, Rev. Douglas I. Hobbs Officiating.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Neb., Friday Morning, November 17, 1899

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Schmitz, Anthony (24)  * Peter Schmitz Catherine Durr Elizabeth Gress (18) William Gress Caroline Bornet/Barnett 23-Jan-1906 O-159 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Benedict's
Schmitz, Bernard (25) Emil Schmitz Theresa Komma Philomena Lechner (17) Fred Lechner Mary Brandt 12-Sep-1933 V-278 Fr. Anthony Meyer, St. Benedict's
Schmitz, Bernard Wm. (29) William J. Schmitz Martha J. Bongers Betty June Heng (35) Adolph Heng Pearl Bossung 27-Nov-1958 2-357 Fr. Aloysius r. Schmitz, St. Joseph's
Schmitz, Nicholas J. (43) Peter Schmitz Mary Schneider Mary T. E. Gress (20) William Gress Caroline Barnet/Barnett 22-Nov-1904 N-562 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig, St. Benedict's
Schmitz, William N. (32)  * Peter Schmitz Katherina/Catherine Durr Anna Welter (20) John Welter Victoria Stahoviak 28-Jun-1911 492 Fr. Carl Staff, St. Joseph's
Schneider, Edward William     Marie Frances Michon     26-Apr-1919 S-14  
Schomerus, John Arnold     Anna Margaret Huss     22-May-1917 R-388  
Schnitzer, Carl Nicholas (27) John Schnitzer Julia Gress Philomena Margaret Zeiner Joseph Zeiner Rosalia Gillich 16-Jan-1940 W-699 Fr. Charles A. Bauer
Schnitzer, John  * Cihcolas Schnitzer   Julia Gress     Feb-1911   Fr. Vogelinann
  MARRIAGE OF YOUNG PEOPLE
John Schnitzer and Miss Julia Gress Wedded Yesterday Morning At St. Benedict's church yesterday morning occurred the wedding of Miss Julia Gress, and John Schnitzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cihcolas (Nicholas) Schnitzer. The wedding ceremony, which took place at 10 o'clock, was performed by Father Vogelinann, in the presence of hundreds of friends and relatives. After the wedding ceremony there was a reception and wedding dinner at the home of the bride's parents in Kearney addition. Miss Gress is a most charming and attractive young woman and counts her friends by the score. Her many friends will extend best wishes on this most happy occasion. The groom is a prosperous young farmer who lives south of the city and he and his bride will at once remove to the farm upon which they will begin wedded life. Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., February 1911.
Schreiner, Joseph
Joseph Schreiner married Mary Ullsperger, Nov. 23, 1909
 
Johnson County Bride Weds Wealthy Farmer in Otoe  County
Nebraska City - Joseph Schreiner was united in marriage at noon Tuesday to Miss Mary Ullsperger of Johnson county.  The wedding ceremony was performed at the home of the groom's parents in this city.  The groom is a former resident of this city.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, November 24, 1909
Scott, Harry     Julie Ann Michon     1-May-1999 11-9900035  
Sedoris, Louis M.     Philomena Hulda Tretter Leo Tretter   5-May-? WW II era?   Fr. Garriety
  Louis M. Sedoris and Philomena Hulda Tretter:
Chief Machinist Mate Louis M. Sedoris and Mrs. Sedoris were married Saturday, May 5, at St. James Catholic Church, Seattle, Wash., by Rev. Fr. Garriety. The bride was Miss Minnie Tretter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tretter of this city. She was attended by her sister, Sgt. Pearl Tretter of Fort Des Moines. Chief Machinist Mate Sedoris is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sedoris, 506 Second corso, and has been in the Navy five years. Mrs. Sedoris is employed at the Martin-Nebraska Bomber plant, and her husband is on sea duty.  Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. Date: Unknown.
Shea, Julia
Trainer, Peter married Shea, Julia on Dec. 25, 1909
 
Shea - Trainer Wedding
Nebraska City, Neb., Dec. 25 - Peter Trainer, one of the wealthy young farmers of Hendrick's precinct, was united in marriage yesterday to Miss Julia Shea.They were united in marriage at the Catholic church and the ceremony was witnessed by a large number of relatives and friends.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, December 26, 1909 
Shea, Katherine
Brown, Andrew married Shea, Katherine on January 9, 1910
 
Shea-Brown
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 10 - Andrew Brown of Lincoln, but formerly a merchant at Burr, and Miss Katherine Shea of Douglas were united in marriage at that place Sunday morning at the Catholic church.  The couple will make their future home at Lincoln.
Source:  Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr.,  Tuesday Morning, January 11, 1910
Stahl, Frank (27) no name no name Matilda Wenzel (19) no name no name 25 Oct 1870 C-63 Fr. Emmanuel Hartig
Stubbendeck, Anna
Wohlers, Harry D. married Stubbendeck, Anna on June 21, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., June 21 - Harry D. Wohlers and Miss Anna Stubbendeck were united in marriage this afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, in North Branch precinct, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stubbendeck, while the groom is a young farmer.  They will spend their honeymoon at the great lakes.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, LIncoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, June 22, 1910
Stutt, E. S.
Stutt, E. S. married Pitz, Edith on December 31, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - E. S. Stutt and Miss Edith Pitz, both of Plattsmouth, were united in marriage here yesterday.  They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Brown while in the city. Their marriage was a surprise to their Plattsmouth friends.  The groom was a former deputy sheriff of Cass county.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, January 2, 1910.
Sweet, Charles A., Jr.
Sweet Jr., Charles A. married Jones, Floy on January 1, 1910 (?)
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1. - Charles A. Sweet, Jr., editor of the Palmyra Items, was united in marriage to Miss Floy Jones, daughter of County Commissioner L. E. Jones.  Both of the  young people were born and reared in the vicinity of Palmyra and have been sweethearts since childhood.  Mr. Sweet is the son of Fostmaster Sweet of Palmyra, and a brother of J. H. Sweet, one of the editors of the Daily Press of this city.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Sunday Morning, Lincoln, Neb., January 2, 1910.

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Tell, Anna
France, Warren married Tell, Anna on December 25, 1909
 
Tell - France Wedding
Nebraska City, Neb., Dec. 25 - At high noon today, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Tell, near Dunbar, Miss Anna Tell, was united in marriage to Warren France of Syracuse.  There were one hundred guests present and it was an elaborate affair.  Both were born and reared in this county and they have known each other from infancy.  The groom is a well to do young farmer and the son of C. L. France, a former member of the legislature.  The young couple after a trip to the Pacific coast, will make their home on a farm belonging to the groom
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, December 26, 1909
Trainer, Peter
Trainer, Peter married Shea, Julia on Dec. 25, 1909
 
Shea - Trainer Wedding
Nebraska City, Neb., Dec. 25 - Peter Trainer, one of the wealthy young farmers of Hendrick's precinct, was united in marriage yesterday to Miss Julia Shea. They were united in marriage at the Catholic church and the ceremony was witnessed by a large number of relatives and friends.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, December 26, 1909 
Tretter, Leo  *     Theresa Gress     1915   Rev. F.S. Weigand
  MISS THERESA GRESS AND LEO TRETTER MARRIED YESTERDAY MORNING.
Miss Theresa Gress and Leo Tretter, two very popular young people, were married yesterday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Benedict's Catholic church in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F.S. Weigand, pastor of the church. The bride is the daughter of Frank Gress, a well known retired farmer of this city. She was born and reared in this community where she is well known and highly esteemed. She has hundreds of friends who will extend congratulations and best wishes for a happy married life. Leo Tretter, the groom, is a native of Indiana but for the past eight years has resided in this country where he is very popular. He is a young man of excellent habits and has made hosts of friends who will extend best wishes for a happy married life. They left yesterday afternoon for a short wedding trip to Atchison and Kansas City and upon their return will make this city their home until next spring when they will locate on a farm near here. The Press joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous wedded life.  Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr. November 1915.

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Ullsperger, Mary
Joseph Schreiner married Mary Ullsperger, Nov. 23, 1909
 
Johnson County Bride Weds Wealthy Farmer in Otoe  County
Nebraska City - Joseph Schreiner was united in marriage at noon Tuesday to Miss Mary Ullsperger of Johnson county.  The wedding ceremony was performed at the home of the groom's parents in this city.  The groom is a former resident of this city.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, November 24, 1909

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Vanoker, Arthur
Vanoker, Arthur married Burk, Catherine M. on June 25, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., June 25 - Arthur Vanonker, formerly of Beatrice, and Miss Catherine M. Burk of this place were united in marriage at the St. Mary's Catholic church yesterday morning by Father Hahn, in the presence of the respective families.  They were given a reception at the home of the bride's
mother.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, June 26, 1910
Vaughan, Eugenia
DeWalt, Dr. William P. married Vaughan, Eugenia on January 1, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Jan. 1 - Dr. William P. DeWalt of Syracuse was united in marriage today at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Vaughan, at Palmyra, to their daughter, Miss Eugenia, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends.  The young people will make their future home at Syracuse.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, January 2, 1910.
Vaughan, Cyrus G. (21) U. U. Vaughan Areal Jane Work Alice Myrtle Mullenax David Mullenax Katie Belle Hibbard 17-Feb-1907 368 Dietrich Schider(?), County Judge
Volkmer, Alfred Alfred Volkmer, Sr.   Coletta Lechner Otto R. Lechner   20-Oct-1955   St. Bernards
  Alfred Volkmer and Coletta Lechner
Now living in Nebraska City are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Volkmer, Jr., who were married October 20 at St. Bernard's Catholic church in Julian. The bride is the former Miss Coletta Lechner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto R. Lechner, of Dunbar, Mr. Volkmer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkmer, Sr. of Brock. Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: Oct. 1955 (Note: Married October 20, 1955)

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Waldo, Chester E.
Waldo, Chester E. married Pittman, Margarette E., May 12, 1909
 
Nehawka Couple Were Wedded in Nebraska City
Nebraska City - Chester E. Waldo and Miss Margarette E. Pittman, two young people from Nebraska City were united in marriage in this city Wednesday evening.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Friday Morning, May 14, 1909
Waldsmith, J. W.
Waldsmith, J. W. married Faunce, Elizabeth in April 8, 1860
 
Celebrate Golden Wedding
Nebraska City, Neb., April 9 - It was fifty years ago yesterday that J. W. Waldsmith and Miss Elizabeth Faunce were united in marriage in this county and they have ever since made this city their home.  Their relatives remembered the fact and gave them a surprise. Their children were present and it was also in the nature of a family reunion.  Mrs. Waldsmith has been on of the elders of the Latter Day Saints church of this section and prior to taking up preaching was in the grocery business.
Source: Sunday State Journal, Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday Morning, April 10, 1910
Wells, Norman
Wells, Norman and Randall, Myrtle married June 14, 1898 in Nebraska City
Nebraska City, Neb., June 15. - (Special) - Norman Wells and Miss Myrtle Randall, both of Peru, were last evening made one in marriage by Judge Joyce.
Source: The Nebraska State Journal, Thursday Morning, June 16, 1898.
West, Lulu
Risser, George H. married West, Lulu on Nov. 15, 1899
 
Nebraska City, Neb., Nov. 16. (Special) -George H. Risser of Lincoln and Miss Lulu West were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. West, in Wyoming precinct, Rev. Douglas I. Hobbs Officiating.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Neb., Friday Morning, November 17, 1899
Wirth, Leo William (40) William G. Wirth Geneva Schneider Mary A. Durr (39) Peter Durr, dec'd Mary Bechtel 20-Jun-1939 W-610 Rev. A. M. Faessler, St. Joseph's
Wohlers, Harry D.
Wohlers, Harry D. married Stubbendeck, Anna on June 21, 1910
 
Nebraska City, Neb., June 21 - Harry D. Wohlers and Miss Anna Stubbendeck were united in marriage this afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, in North Branch precinct, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stubbendeck, while the groom is a young farmer.  They will spend their honeymoon at the great lakes.
Source: Nebraska State Journal, LIncoln, Nebr., Wednesday Morning, June 22, 1910
Woltkamp, Geraldine C. Edward Brandt-Geraldine C. Woltkamp
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brandt were married Tuesday morning at St. Mary's Catholic church by the Rev. Albin Bauer. Before her marriage, Mrs. Brandt was Miss Geraldine Woltkamp.
Source: Nebraska City News-Press, Nebraska City, Otoe Co., Nebr., Date: April 27, 1948.
Wurtele, John Paul     Elsie Marie Huss     5-Oct-1916 R-233  

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