Medina County Marriages
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by James and Debbie Collins. Lytle, Texas 2002.
There are more marriage licenses at the Medina County Courthouse
but Mr. and Mrs. Collins
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St Louis Catholic Church,
Castroville records from a gedcom received by Margaret Simpson
Lutheran Church, Castroville
T. C. Edwards
and B. A. Yarborough Marriage license, 1892
and Francis A Yarbrough Marriage license, 1890
Marriages Articles from Newspapers:
The Castroville Quill,
April 28, 1901 TRAWALTER-REYMANN
A very pleasant and attractive wedding
ceremony took place at 1429 South Flores street, Wednesday evening at the
residence of Mrs. Simon Fest, Jr., aunt of the bridgegroom. The contracting
parties were Mr. Albert Trawalter, a rising business man of this city and
Miss Mary Reymann, a popular lady of the South Side. The wedding presents
were numerous and pretty and the decorations were beautiful and tasteful.
After the wedding ceremony a delightful
supper was served, embellished b the vintage of the grape, and dancing was
indulged in by the seventy-give couples present until a late hour.--San
The young couple have many friends in and
around Castroville who wish them a happy married life.
The Castroville Quill, May 24, 1901 HABY-HUTZLER
On last Tuesday morning, May 14, 1901, Mr. Edmund G. Haby and
Miss Scholastica Hutzler were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony in the
St. Louis Catholic Church. Rev. J. Kirch performed the ceremony.
The attendants were: Mr. Alfred Hutzler and Miss Ida Haby,
Mr. Alfred Haby and Miss Clara Holzhaus, Mr. Henry Meyer and Miss Katie
Hutzler, Mr. Adolph Holzhaus and Miss Helen Mehr, Mr. John Hutzler and Miss
Ida Naegelin, Mr. Alfred Haegelin and Miss Annie Hutzler.
After the ceremony the bridal party left for Bader
Settlement where the day was spent in feasting. At night a grand ball was
tendered the young couple.
The groom is a well known young stock-farmer of the lower
Hondo, while his fair bride is one of Bader Settlements' most popular young
ladies. The happy couple have many friends in and around Castroville who
wish them a long and happy married life.
The young couple will in the future reside in their
beautiful home on the lower Hondo.
The Castroville Quill, May 31, 1901 ZOLLER-SITTRE
On last Tuesday morning, May 31, 1901, Mr. Otto Zoller and
Miss Nettie Sittre were made man and wife. Rev. J. Kirch officiating.
After the ceremony the bridal party and a number of their
friends repaired to the home of Mr. James Sittre, father of the bride where
the day was spend feasting. The young couple were the recipients of quite a
number of beautiful presents.
The groom is engaged in business in Gonzales and has
friends by the score. While his fair bride is on of the upper Medina's most
popular young ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Zoller will in the future reside in
The Castroville Quill, May 31, 1901 The same morning at 9 a.
m. Mr. August Batot and Miss Nellie Jungman were united in the
holy bods of matrimony.
Immediately after the
ceremony the party boarded hacks and left for MacDona the home of the
bride's parents where a sumptuous wedding dinner was served. The young
couple were tendered to a nice dance at MacDona hall at night.
The groom for many years held the responsible position of
section foreman, and is well liked by the crew. The bride is very popular
and counts her friend by the hundreds.
Mr. and Mrs. Batot left on the west bound train Wednesday
for a short honey-moon trip to Eagle Pass.
The Quill extends the compliments of the season to the
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