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VICTORIA COUNTY MARRIAGES, continued - 1871, 1872, 1875, 1876, New! 1877

and Newspaper Reports from THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE

Many of the records are very difficult to read, so there are discrepancies in the spelling of the names, but the records are copied as accurately as possible. If you find any corrections, please contact us at this email.

1871

PAGE GROOM BRIDELICENSE GRANTEDMARRIAGE DATE
PAGE 25 ALEXANDER, Daniel SILVERSTEIN, Adelein Miss January,4, 1871 3 January, 1871 M. LEVY
WYATT,Robert WILSON, Emma January 4, 1871 4 January 1871 HARRIS, Mitchell A. Baptist Minister
NEVILL, Sam.Alex. BEATY. Kate Miss January 5, 1871 5 January, 1871 LOUGHRIDGE, Wm. R. W. Rev.
CARLISLE, James, Wesley HERRY,MARY S. Miss January 5,1871 5 January, 1871 HALL, C.G. J. P.
PAGE 26 BROWN, Green JACKSON, Lizzie January 7,1871 18 January, 1871 CROWNWILL, A.H. J.P.
AGILARE, Elyihu HERNANYDEZ, Marcelena January 9, 1871 3 February, 1871 GARDETT, A. Catholic Priest.
STUART, Martin MOORE, Fannie January 19, 1871 19 January, 1871 ALLEN, Parson
WASHINGTON, Frank SANDERS, Sarah January 23, 1871 12 February 1871 HARRIS, Mitchell
ANDERSON, Prince HAGAN, Eliza February 4, 1871 12 February, 1871 HACKET, Sic. M. E Church
PAGE 27 HARRISON, Joe EDMONDS, Margaret February 4, 1871 Not Returned
THOMAS, Nathaniel FRY, Hatty February 6, 1871 Returned Feb. 17, 1871. HARRIS, Allen, Methodist Minister
GASEL, Sebastian SIMOUSKI, Helenia Mrs. February 8, 1871 HENRY, L.J. Emile Catholic Priest
CRAIG, W. J. WHEELER, India February 11, 1871 12 February, 1871 COOLEY, Jas. W. Ordained Elder of M. E. Church
RANDALL, Collins BURNETT, Kissy February 14, 1871 15 February 1871 HARRISON M. FMC, Minister Baptist Church
PAGE 28 GARCIA, Deonicia MORRA, Cornilia February 27, 1871 19 February 1871 CORNWELL, A.H. Justice of the Peace
FIND, William JEFFERSON, Anna February 25, 1871 25 February, 1871 HARRIS, Allen Minister of M. E. Church
NEWMOND, Jack TERRIL, Mary March 10, 1871 11 March, 1871 CORNWELL.A.H. J.P.
PAGE 29 BORDEN, James C. McCLANAHAN, Virginia L. March 14, 1871 Returned March 16, 1871. COOLEY, J.W. ordained Minister of the M.E. Church, South.
FISHER, Isabe BOUDS (BORIDS), Eliza. March 25, 1871 26 March 1871, WILLIAM W. Baptist Minister
CHAMBERS, Marlin McDONALD, Minivera March 25, 1871 29 March 1871 FARRES A. J.P.
FREHNER, Jacob Rev. LENZ, Caroline March 28, 1871 15 March, 1871 KRAFF, M. Minister
BELLT, Thomas H. LOTT, Alice March 30, 1871 30 March, 1871 HARRIS, Allen Pastor M. E. Church
PAGE 30 JONES, Isham SMITH, Elvira April 6, 1871 6 April 1871 HARRIS, Allen, Parson
WECKE, Christian SCHWARTZ, Mary April 11, 1871 11 April 1871 KRAPF W. Minister of the Gospel
BASALDNA, Felipe SOTO, Rita April 22, 1871 26 April 1871 GARDETT. G. Catholic Priest.
CUEBAS, Jesus Maria GUERRO, Francesca Ortis April 22, 1871 7 May 1871 GARDET A. Catholic Priest
PAGE 31 HARRIS, Gerhardt HANS, Caroline May 26, 1871 30 May 1871 KRAPF W. Minister of the Gospel
JOHNSON, Moses CARRO (CAMO), Matilda June 16, 1871 21 June 1871 GARDET A. Catholic. Priest.
RICKS, Edmund BROWN, Margaret July 10, 1871 10 July 1871 HALL, C.G. JP prec 2 Vict. Co.
PHELPS, Truman SEAWELL, Moena July 14, 1871 19 July, 1871 CORNWELL, A.H. JP.
PAGE 32 FIDEROGO, Antonio ARCOSTA, Francisco July 18, 1871 20 July 1871 CORNWELL A.H. JP.
MILLER, Alford SHARFE(SHASFE) Catharin. July 29, 1871 29 July 1871 HARRIS, Mitchell, Parson
LANGWELL, Arthur SCHINEDER July 31, 1871 6 August 1871 ONDERDAUCK, G. J.P.
WILDEN, George SCHAT, Barbara, Mrs. August 4, 1871 5 August 1871 FLENRY, EM. Rev.
PAGE 33 PHILLIPIS, C.B. PEARSON, Farrise E. Mrs. August 5, 1871 8 August 1871 CSUTCHES, W.H. Presbyterian Minister
BOLDT, Christian Friedrich REIMANN, Ernestine Christina August 10, 1871 15 August 1871 KRAPH,W. Min.
ESPATIA, Fernando MORO, Polie August 14, 1871 22 August 1871 GARDET A. R.C. Priest.
THOMAS, Henry FREDRICK, Emily August 22, 1871 22 August 1871 KRAPF, W. Minister
PAGE 34 WEINZ, A. J. MEIFSNER, Emilie August 22, 1871 22 August 1871 KRAPH W. Minister
FLORES, Juan AGUILAR, Maria Reta August 23, 1871 23 August 1871 GARDET, A. Priest
ANDERS, James TOOMBS, Nancy August 26, 1871 28 August 1871 KRAPF, W. Rev.
ROBINSON, Joseph TERREL, Kansas August 26, 1871 Not Returned.
JOHNSTON, James C. SANDENS, Bessie August 291871 29 August 1871 COOLEY, J.W. Rev
PAGE 35 BARTON, Summerville H. JONES, Mary A. Mrs. September 9, 1871 11 September 1871. COOLEY J.W.
PATZ, Florentino TREVINIO, Josefa September 18, 1871 4 October 1871 GARDET, A. Priest
JASCHKE, Joseph JASPER, Caroline Louisa October 17, 1871 18 October 1871 ONDERDONK
PAGE 35 JOHNSON, Peter LILLY, Mary October 18, 1871 21 October 1871, HALL C.G. Just. P.
POLKA, John MAURES, Mary October 23, 1871 25 October 1871, FLENRY, L.J. Erin, Catholic Priest.
PAGE 36 EQUIA, Trinidad A. URESTI, Otavina October 27. 1871 6 November 1871 GARDETT A. Priest
FAUT(FARIT), Jerry WATSON, Ann October 27, 1871 Not Returned
MURRAY, Lenn JANUARY, Frances November 8 1871 9 December 1871 HARRISON, Mitchell, Baptist Minister
HALFF, Solomon LEVI, Fannie November 14, 1871 15 November 1871. HALL, C.G. JP.
PAGE 37 MILLER(HILLER), Frederick SCHOOLEMES, Mina November 21, 1871 22 November 1871. MOEHLER, John Min.
DECKER, Joseph MILLER, Amelia December 2, 1871 4 December 1871 FERRIS A. J.P.
TERRIL, John RYAN, Martha December 2, 1871 3 December 1871 EDGAR J.M. JP
NICKOLS, Andrew ANDERSON, Ann December 9, 1871 9 December, 1871 HARRISON, Mitchell. Baptist Min.
PAGE 38 RAGLAND, Henry WARDEN, Bettie Mifs. December 14, 1871 15 December 1871 HALL, C.G.
MAY, Schadrack C.D. MILLS, Laura December 14, 1871 14 December 1871. HARRISON, Mitchell
MATHEWIS, Ogli MATHERS, Emiline December 25, 1871 25 December 1871
DEAN, Adam MILLS, Mary December 25, 1871 25 December 1871. HARRIS, Allen
PAGE 39 KORNFEILARET, Frank GROTER, Minne December 25, 1871 Not Returned
FRY, Alexander BEDFERD, Rosanna December 31, 1871 Not Returned

1872

PAGE GROOM'S NAME BRIDE'S NAME DATE ISSUED MARRIAGE DATEDATE RETURNEDPERFORMED BY
             
39 MOSLER, Carl Ferdinand KARM, Mary 9 Jan 1872 Not Available Not Available Not Available
39 HENSLEY, William WOMACK,Lizzie 10 Jan 1872 10 Jan. 1872 11 Jan 1872 Wm. A. HALL, MG
40 GERVAIS,Herman THOMPSON, Fannie 17 Jan 1872 18 Jan. 1872 29 Jan 1872 Wm. A. HALL, MG
40 DEWITT,John B. CHAMBERS, Amelia V. 18 Jan 1872 19 Jan. 1872 13 Feb 1872 A. FERRER, JP
40 WALLACE, William STAFFORD, Amanda 20 Jan 1872 21 Jan. 1872 15 Feb 1872 Allen HARRIS, MG
40 MAURER, Jacob JASCHKE, Augusta 23 Jan 1872 30 Jan. 1872 30 Jan 1872 C.G. HALL, JP
41 THOMAS, Peter WACKER, Mary 24 Jan 1872 30 Jan. 1872 30 Jan 1872 C. G. HALL, JP
41 RAGLAND, George LOUIS, Angeline 27 Jan 1872 28 Jan. 1872 10 Feb 1872 C. R. COLEMAN, JP
41 URBAN, Wendlen WACKER, Emelia 1 Feb 1872 6 Feb. 1872 6 Feb 1872 C.G. HALL, JP
41 POWER, Edward FIELD, Pattie 5 Feb 1872 6 Feb. 1872 7 Mar 1872 Rev. A. GARDET
42 BROWN, William DARDEN,, Mary 29 Feb 1872 3 Mar. 1872 6 Mar 1872 Rev.Allen HARRISON
42 RATCHFORD, James W. ROSE, Linda 29 Feb 1872 12 Mar. 1872 14 Mar 1872 Wm A. HALL, MG
42 SAMARA, B. C. GOLA, Agnes 5 Mar 1872 7 Mar. 1872 8 Mar 1872 A. FERRER, JP
42 GRIFFIN, Thomas LEWIS, ANNA 3 Feb 1872 4 Feb. 1872 7 Mar 1872 A. H. CROMWELL, JP
43 BRADLEY, John BURNETT, Winnie 9 Mar 1872 10 Mar 1872 12 Mar 1872 Allen HARRIS, MG
43 MURPHREE, James SMITH, Lula 22 Mar 1872 27 Mar 1872 29 Mar 1872 Rev. W. A. HALL
43 SALZIGER, J. Godfrey KLOPH, Clara 27 Mar 1872 27 Mar 1872 6 Apr 1872 W. KRAPH, Min
43 DOUGLASS,Henry EDMONDS, Alice 30 Mar 1872 NA NA NA
44 JONES, William WHITING, Dolly 6 Apr 1872 20 Apr 1872 22 Apr 1872 Wm. MENIFEE, Min.
44 FIMBLE, Joseph MEYER, Rosa 15 Apr 1872 23 Apr 1872 7 May 1872 A. GARDET, Priest
44 TUCKER, Hardy HARVEY, Caroline 20 Apr 1872 20 Apr 1872 22 Apr 1872 Wm. MENIFEE, Min.
44 FRANZ, Conrad H. BRACKEN, Elizabeth 29 Apr 1872 30 Apr 1872 24 May 1872 Rev. August LETTERMAN
45 KERR,Wm. S. W. SPEAKE, Sarah A. 8 apr 1872 20 Apr 1872 9 May 1872 Rev. John F. COOK, MG.
45 ANDERSON, James N. WOODWARD,Keron 15 May 1872 22 Apr 1872 30 May 1872 Jno. F. COOK
45 MUMFORD, Silas RYDOLPH, Emma 24 May 1872 26 May 1872 28 May 1872 Wm. MENIFEE, Min.
45 MILLER, John TIMME, MARY 28 May 1872 NA NA NA
46 WIMBISH, James JONES, Frances 4 Jun 1872 4 Jun 1872 6 Jun 1872 Allen HARRIS, Min.
46 FORBES,Gideon McGurpson(?), Mary 6 Jun 1872 7 Jun 1872 26 Jun 1872 Joseph WHITLOCK
46 STANTON, Greenberry ROSS, Georgiana 8 Jun 1872 8 Jun 1872 13 July 1872 Mitchell HARRISON, Min.
46 ELLIOTT, George BROWN, Delia 8 Jun 1872 8 Jun 1872 13 July 1872 Michell HARRISON, Min.
46 WHITENTON, John R. PROBST, Margaret J. (?) 8 Jun 1872 NA NA NA
47 JEFFERSON, Aleck MURPHY,Sally 11 Jun 1872 12 Jun 1872 14 Jun 1872 Allen HARRIS, Min
47 SCHUDER(?), Gilbert SEFFERLEN, Mary 13 Jun 1872 15 Jun 1872 17 Jun 1872 J. M. EDGAR, JP
47 Morgio (?), Elijah FLORES (?), Cera 13 Jun 1872 24 Jun 1872 8 July 1872 Rev. A. GARDET
47 BECK, Joseph SCHENDLER, Farouica(?) 15 Jun 1872 2 July 1872 8 Jul 1872 Emile FLUERY, Priest
48 TALBOTT, Levi BAKER, Mary 22 Jun 1872 14 July 1872 6 Aug 1872 Mitchel HARRISON, Baptist Minister
48 VILTORIO (?), Beveais (?) SALAZAR, Florencia 22 Jun 1872 29 Jun 1872 7 July 1872 A. H. CROMWELL, JP
48 DUNHAM, William Banks, Hannah 22 Jun 1872 23 Jun 1872 25 Jun 1872 Rev. Allen HARRIS
48 PERKINS, Walter M. DELEON, Louisa 21 Jun 1872 29 Jun 1872 13 July 1872 Mitchel HARRISON
49 COLYER, Gilbert FRY, Caroline 23 July 1872 23 July 1872 24 July 1872 R. H. COLEMAN, JP
49 HARRIS, John ?, Amanda NA NA NA NA
49 TERRIL, James LEWIS, Sarah 14 Aug 1872 15 Aug 1872 6 Feb 1873 Mitchell HARRIS
49 ANDERSON, Jerry PICKENS, Priscilla 10 Aug 1872 11 Aug 1872 6 Feb 1873 Mirchell HARRIS
50 ROWLAND, George KEAN, Jane 17 Aug 1872 17 Aug 1872 20 Aug 1872 Wm. MENIFEE, Min.
50 VOIGT, Edmund GAFFERS, Louisa 19 Aug 1872 20 Aug 1872 17 Sep 1872 H. A. LETTERMANN, MG
50 FISHER, Theodore STRAKE, Minna 29 Aug 1872 1 Sep 1872 11 Sep 1872 H. A. LETTERMAN, MG
50 QUINTERO, Felipe CISNEROS, Refugio 21 Aug 1872 9 Sep 1872 2 Oct 1872 Rev. A. GARDET
51 SANDERS, Barden SESSIONS, Eliza 2 Sep 1872 4 Sep 1872 9 Sep 1872 Mitchel HARRIS
51 DELAGARZA, Manuel REGALADA FLORES, Justa 12 Sep 1872 23 Sep 1872 2 Oct 1872 Rev. A GARDET
51 CARPENTER, J. E. BEATY, Mary E. 14 Sept 1872 15 Sep 1872 16 Sep 1872 Wm. A. HALL, MG
51 CUNNINGHM, O.W. VON KORMAN, Charlotte 18 Sep 1872 18 Sep 1872 25 Sep 1872 W. A. HALL
52 ROBERTS, Chas Thos WEBB, Melinda 19 Sep 1872 30 Sep 1872 1 Oct 1872 A. H. CROMWELL, JP
52 NOTHNAGEL,Valentine Wm ROTHAMAL, Mary 21 Sep 1872 NA NA NA
52 TILLMAN, Anderson RICE, Sarah 7 Sep 1872 7 Sep 1872 1 Oct 1872 A. H. CROMWELL, JP
52 ERNST, Anton GANZ, Rosa 7 Oct 1872 NA NA NA
53 FLORES, Jesus MALDONADO, Felipa 14 Oct 1872 3 Nov 1872 13 Nov 1872 A. BADLOZ, Priest
53 REEVES, Tobe WILLEMAIN, Corallie 21 Oct 1872 22 Oct 1872 23 Oct 1872 C. G. HALL, JP
53 THOMAS, Elisha DONALDSON, Elizabeth 5 Nov 1872 5 Nov 1872 5 Nov 1872 C. G. HALL, JP
53 SCHROETER, Charles GROTE, Hannah 11 Nov 1872 15 Nov 1872 20 Nov 1872 NA
54 HILL, Moses KING, Mary 14 Nov 1872 18 Nov 1872 19 Nov 1872 Wm. MENIFEE, Min.
54 HARRIS, W. T. RAGLAND, Eliz. Jennett 21 Nov 1872 21 Nov 1872 22 Nov 1872 N.CARRINGTON, Min
54 HEFFERMAN,John M. BARNES, Prissy 22 Nov 1872 26 Nov 1872 27 Nov 1872 C. G. HALL, JP
54 FIETZ(?), Carl Fredk.Labrecht BOHM, Emilie 25 Nov 1872 25 Nov 1872 30 Nov 1872 Rev. H. KRAFT, Min
55 BARNES, Thomas WILLIAMS, Rosana 28 Nov 1872 28 Nov 1872 30 Nov 1872 Wm. MENIFEE, Min
55 BAREFIELD, George BRADSHAW, Emily 29 Nov 1872 29 Nov 1872 5 Jan 1873 J. M. EDGAR, JP
55 Beck, Charles T. LENZ, Hanna 7 Dec 1872 10 Dec 1872 14 Dec 1872 Wm. KRAPF, Min
55 ERNST, ANTONE HALLER, K. 7 DEC 1872 8 DEC 1872 16 DEC 1872 A.M.L. (?)
56 HILL, Edmond SMITH,Lizzie 12 Dec 1872 12 Dec 1872 14 Dec 1872 Allen HARRIS, Min
56 MALITZ, Charles F. POLKE, Theressa 14 Dec 1872 26 Dec. 1872 27 Dec 1872 R. H. COLEMAN, JP
56 BOLLACHER, G.H. WURTENBERG, Elise 16 Dec 1872 17 Dec 1872 18 Dec 1872 R. H. COLEMAN, JP
56 EMANUEL,Sigmund Ernest CORNICK, Fannie 18 Dec 1872 18 Dec 1872 21 Dec 1872 James H. TUCKER, Deacon MECS
57 BRACKEN, Robert GRIFFITH, Mary 25 Dec 1872 27 Dec 1872 6 Jan 1873 A. FERRER
57 ADAMS, William GOFF, Jane 27 Dec 1872 28 Dec 1872 28 Dec 1872 Allen HARRIS
57 HARRISON, Joseph PRICE, Edie H. 28 Dec 1872 28 Dec 1872 4 Jun 1875 Mitchell HARRIS, Min
57 WILLIAMS, Louis COLWELL, Ema 28 Dec 1872 30 Dec 1872 6 Feb 1873 Mitchell HARRIS, Min
58 WARD, Leander E. WHITNEY, Minnie F. 31 Dec 1872 31 Dec 1872 4 Jan 1873 Rev. Robt . (?) Min

1875

Pages Groom's Name Bride's Name Date License Issued Date of Marriage or Date Returned & Who Performed Marriage
92 345 N(u?)EYLAND,William Edward FITZGERALD,Mary E. 26 Dec 74W.J. NEELY, clk 5 Jan 1875 by Rev. S. GARDET C P
93 347 WILLIAMS, James TAYLOR, Hattie 7 Jan 75 W J NEELY, clk 7 Jan 1875 by Mitchel HARRISON Baptis Minister.
348 LOWE, Alexander SCHUTTER, Katharine 13 Jan 1875 W J NEELY clk 14 Jan 1875 by Josephus JOHNSON a? Minister.
349 McKINZEY, William WILLIAMS, Edna 21 Jan 1875 Wm J NEELY, clk Returned 12 March 1875 No entry of having been excuted.
350 THIEZ (THIE?Z), Joe WAGNER, Mary Carolina 21 Jan 1875 W J NEELY clk 23 Jan 1875 by C G HALL J. P.
94 351 HELM, Jacob McKOLAR (NICKOLAI), Mis Louisa 25 Jan 1875 W J NEELY clk 25 Jan 1875 by C G HALL.
352 WAGNER , Frances HOMAN, Otelia (Otetia) 25 Jan 1875 W J NEELY, clk 26 Jan 1875 by W (KRAFF) Lutheran Minister.
353 MEDRANO, Nibes Miebas ORTIS, Teressa 31 Jan 1875 W J NEELY, clk 4 Feb 1875 by A GARDET Catholic Priest.
354 GARZA, Julian GARCIA , Guadaloupa 18 Feb 1875 W J NEELY clerk 25 Feb 1875 by A. GARDET Catholic Priest
95 355 THOMPSON, J T RANKIN, Miss Mollie (Dewitt)) ( Co) (?per) 25 Feby 1875 W J NEELY, clk 25 Feby 1875 by M A ?LACK (Plack or Black) Minister of Gospel.
356 WORD, Preston B HEWETT, Miss Lucella H 1 Mch 1875 W J NEELY clk 2 March 1875 by Josephus JOHNSON Presby- terian Minister.
357 EVANS, Napoleon MOSLEY, SARAH 2 March 1875 W J NEELY clerk 3 March 1875 Re-turned & filed 20 Mch 1875 executed by Larkin (CASFUR)
358 TRAVENIO, Louis CHRISTOVA, Conception 6 Mch 1875 W J NEELY clk 6 March 1875 by R. H. COLEMAN JP VC
96 359 ARCHER, (Irven?) WEBSTER, Ann 15 March 1875 W J NEELY clk 28 March 1875 by Lavkyn DARFUR Minister ME Col Church.
360 LITTLE, Jacob KINSEY, Lucy 19 Mar 1875 W.J NEELY clk no further information
361 HAYES, Joseph HAMITTON, (HAMELTON) Nellie 27 Mar 1875 W J NEELY clk 27 March 1875 by Geo W ROBINSON Pastor Victoria charge.
362 QUELLAR, Atanasio RIOS, Francisca 29 March 1875 W J NEELY clerk 14 April 1875 Rev A GARDET
97 363 URBAN, Joseph GAUGLER, Mary 3 April 1875 W J NEELY clerk 6 April 1875 by W (KRAFF) Minister Lutheran Church V.C.
364 BILLINGS, Chas F. WEEKLEY, Ave 20 April 1875 W J NEELY clk 21 April 1875 by R H Coleman J P V C
365 GAUGLER, Henry LABISH, Martha (Mary) 20 April 1875 W J NEELY clk 20 April 1875 by Rev J TEITIER
366 FLORENTIN, Charles ESPELIO (ESFELIO), Florentia 22 April 1875 Wm J NEELY clk Witness S PELAR W J NEELY 28 April 1875 by R H COLEMAN J.P.
98 367 RYAN, Albert G. LYTLE, Miss (Jannie) 23 April 1875 W J NEELY clk 23 April 1875 by R H COLEMAN J.P.Victoria Co
368 BAKER, W H BOBBITT, Miss S (W) 7 May 1875 W J NEELY clk 15 May 1875 Rev. J W (COOLEY)
369 HENDERSON, Lewis WARE, Bettie 7 May 1875 W J NEELY clk 22 May 1875 by Cyrus HACKETT
370 WALKER, J.H. TSVYMAN, Sally R 19 May 1875 W J NEELY clk Reported ( ? ) clerk that ( ? ) parties were not married (?ltrat??t???) License destroyed
99 371 ALONSO, Pedro de la GARZA, Conception 24 May 1875 W J NEELY clk 24 June 1875 Rev A GARDET Priest filed 5 June 1875 W J NEELY clk Note: clerical error on dates?
372 LIN(D)SAY, James LUDER, Margaret 24 May 1875 W J NEELY clk 25 May 1875 by Rev A GARDET
373 MAWHISTER, Wm T HOLDEN, M?s or Mrs Susanah 27 May 1875 W J NEELY clk 27 May 1875 by E M PHELPS J.P.
374 VERA, Francisco GUERRA, Balentina 8 June 1875 W J NEELY clk 17 June 1875 A GARDETT
100 375 WEISIGER, Rua (Resa) N. COALLMAN ,(Callman?) (Mrs?) Anne (An???) B 8 June 1875 W J NEELY clk 9 June 1875 by Rev Josepheus JOHNSON Presbyt Minst.
376 STANF(U)D, Louis HOBSON, Maria 12 June 1875 W J NEELY clk 15 June 1875 Em PHELPS Justice of Peace Prect 4
377 KITCHENS, Rueben BUMETT, Pertina 17 June 1875 W J NEELY clk 18 June 1875 E.M. PHELPS
378 SCH(MI)DT, Flo(na) or (Florn or Florm) VOIT, Annie 19 June 1875 W J NEELY clk 29 June 1875 by Rev. John FRITIER Lutheran Minister
101 379 (G or D)OHMANN Wm LAAS, Huldah 22 June 1875 W J NEELY clk 24 June 1875 by L. BISSETT Minister Re/t 7 Aug 1875
380 SUMMERVILLE (SU????VILLE),Thomas JOHNSON, Hester 24 June 1875 W J NEELY clk 24 July 1875 by Larkin CASP(ER) M.E.C.
381 KEIPPLE, (KLIPPLE), John BRANDES, Dora 1 July 1875 W J NEELY Clk 1 July 1875 by C G HALL J.P.
382 DUFFY, Owen T HATHAWAY, Maggie M (N?) 5 July 1875 W J NEELY clk 5 July 1875 by Rev Father A GARDET
102 383 EQUIA, Pruifilo URESTI, Martiana 17 July 1875 W J NEELY clk 21 July 1875 by Rev A GARDET R Catholic Priest
384 URESTI, Inocencio MORA, Miss Emily (Carmen) 19 July 1875 W J NEELY clk 22 July 1875 by Rev A GARDETT
385 HARDY, John SCOTT, Melinda 26 July 1875 W J Neely clk 28 July 1875 by Mitchell HARRISON M.G.
386 SNIDER, Fred H BLOSSMAN, Miss Mary (P) 26 July 1875 W J NEELY clk 26 July 1875 by A GARDET Catholic Priest
103 387 FISCHER, Henry (M D) SCHALL, Mrs Catharine aged 36 years 29 July 1875 W J NEELY clk 29 July 1875 by W. KRAFF Minister of the Gospel
388 SENGELE (SENGELS),Alphonse T JECKER, Mis Josephine 31 July 1875 W J NEELY clerk 2 Aug 1875 by A GARDET Catholic Priest
389 NAWFORD (HANFORD), Calvin C RANDALL, Harriet 19 Aug 1875 W J NEELY clk 19 Aug 1875 by Parson S H CANFIELD Re’t 16 Sept 1875
390 THOMAS, Arthur RISHER (RISHAS), Ruth 1 Sept 1875 W J NEELY clk 2 Sept 1875 by J W ROBINSON Minister M.E.Church. Ret’d 1 Nov 1875
104 391 SEFFERMAN Frank WILLIMIA, Miss Julia 4 Sept 1875 W J NEELY clerk 6 Sept 1875 by Rev J TEITIER Lutheran Minister (Witnesses?) L. SCHUGENT & Kate SIMONS
392 JACKSON, W J JOHNSON, Emma 8 Sept 1875 W J NEELY clk 8 Sept 1875 by R H COLEMAN
393 HEATON, David H. HILL, Miss Ellen G. 27 Sept 1875 W J NEELY clk 27 Sept 1875 by Rev W. E. CARRINGTON, Recter Trinity Church
394 De La ROSA, Gregoria HANSON, Melissa 1 Oct 1875 W J NEELY clk 1 Oct 1875 by C G HALL J.P.
105 395 TURNER (TUNUS), Richard WILSON, Miss Elisabeth J 3 Oct 1875 W J NEELY clk 3 Oct 1875 by G W MAY Minister of the Gospel
396 KING, Robert CRAIG, Fanny 13 Oct 1875 W J NEELY clk Copied as written:13 1875 by Mitchell HARRISON M G ret’d and filed 6 Sept 1877 J E I MOODY clk
397 DOUGHTY, B. F. SCHUMACK (SCHEUMACK), Allis C. 21 Oct 1875 17 Nov 1875 by C G HALL JP
398 HAGEDORN, Jacob WAGNER, Bertha 23 Oct 1875 W J NEELY clk 26 Oct 1875 by Rev J TEITIN
106 399 THOMPSON, Aleck YOUNGBLOOD, Julia 25 Oct 1875 W J NEELY, clk 27 Oct 1875 by John WILSON Minister of the Gospel. Filed 5th Jan 1876
400 CUYA (CIRJA), Felipe HERERA, Eduvigne 5 Nov 1875 Wm J NEELY clk 8 Nov 1875 R H COLEMAN J P
401 JEWETT, Tom BENNETT, Emma 18 Nov 1875 W J NEELY clk Returned 23 Nov 1875 (No further information given)
402 DAWSON, Francis SUTTON, Constance D 22 Nov 1875 W J NEELY clk 23 Nov 1875 by Rev Josephus JOHNSON
107 403 CARSON, John L GRANBERRY, Miss Laura 6 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk 16 Dec 1875 by L L BISSETT minister of the Gospel
404 NEUMANN, George SPANDAN (Spaudau), Mrs Johanna 7 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk 14 Dec 1875 by W. KRAFF Minister of Luth Church
405 ROBINSON, Ed COTES (COTER),Violet 14 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk 17 Dec 1875 by W D GRIFFITH Justice of Peace
406 WALTON, Eddie FORD, Mary Jane 16 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk 24 Dec 1875 by Parson C E (?R) KINDALL
108 407 TRAYLOR (Tro?yler), Henry (C) SPENCER, Miss Sue 21 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk 22 Dec 1875 by C G HALL J P V C
408 ANDERSON, Sandy FRYE, Bettie 22 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk 22 Dec 1875 by Mitchell HARRISON Baptist Minister filed 13 (?jan) 1878 J E J MOODY clk
409 JONES, Cornelius GANT, Ella 28 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk Copied as Written: Executed Den A (D or O) 1876 Wm MUNIFEE Baptist Minister filed Jan 4 1876
410 BELL, Spencer JOHNSON, Emiline 29 Dec 1875 W J NEELY clk 30 Dec 1875 by P H HENSBY Lavaca Texas

1876

Page Groom's Name Bride's Name Date of License Date of Marriage & By Whom
         
P. 109, #411 SINGLETON, (Spyars) LINAM, Miss Mattie 4 Jan 1876 W J NEELY clk J B LYNAM (?????) 6 Jan 1876 by R. W. LONGBRIDGE, Minister of the Gospel at Goliad
#412 SCOTT, William WEISIGER, Leelia 5 Jan 1876 W J NEELY clk 6 Jan 1876 J W Robinson Minister Filed 29 Mar 1876
#413 KING, Sr or Si Robinson, Lois 6 Jan 1876 W J NEELY clk (note: date filed 21 months later listed different clerk) 6 Jan 1876 by Mitchell Harrison M. G. Filed 6 Sept 1877 J E J MOODY clk
#414 HARRISON, John WILLIAMS, Lucy 12 Jan 1876 W. J NEELY clk no further information given
P. 110, #415 BYME (BYNER) Ja(s) E. SIDICK, Susan M C or (McSIDICK) 22 Jan 1876 W J NEELY clk 26 Jan 1876 By Rev A Gardet
#416 KAY, Harrison JACKSON, EASTER 8 Feb 1876 W J NEELY clk by Theo W NEELY, deputy 8 Feb 1876 by J W Robinson Minister
#417 PROBANDT, Charles A (SCHARG), Annie 8 Feb 1876 W J NEELY clk 18 Feb A D 1876 by W KRAFF Minister Lutheran Church
#418 HARRIS, Walter RAGLAND, M F 8 Feb 1876 W J NEELY clk 20 Feb 1876 by W H H BIGGS ordained Minister of the Gospel
P. 111, #419 (RUPIEY) or ? (RUFILEY),
William R.
THOMPSON, Miss Ira May 21 Feb 1876 W J NEELY clk Theo WNEELY dept 25 Feb 1876 Rev A GARDET Catholic Priest
#420 INMAN, Davis MASK, Miss Nancy (MOSK) 25 Feb 1876 W J NEELY Clerk (25) Feb 1876 R H COLEMAN J P V C. Witness: Mrs George BLACKBURN
#421 ROUFF, Mark(s) CAHN, Sarah 28 Feb 1876 W J NEELY Clerk 1 March (no year) C G HALL J.P.V.C.
#422 ALAMAN, Manuel MCMILLIN, Tyra (Tysa) 5 April 1876 W. J NEELY clk 5 April 1876 by C. G. HALL J. Peace
Pages 112 & 113
#423 VOIGT, Herman HORNBERG (HOMBERG), Karmaleda 22 April 1876 J. E. J. MOODY CCVC, Wm J RYAN depty 25 April A. D. 1876 W. KNAPP Minister of the Gospel
#424 BROWN, James R. TOTTY, Carrie 22 April 1876 Jno E. J MOODY, CCVC , Wm J RYAN Deputy 27 April 1876 by Q. DAVIDSON, JP
#425 WALKER, I. H. GUILMINET, (GUILMINOT) Medora 25 April 1876 Jno E. J. MOODY CCVC, Wm J RYAN deputy 3 May 1876 by ?? GILLETT, Minister of Gospel M.E.C.S
#426 McHENRY, Henry MURPHY, Alice 3 May 1876 Jno E.J. MOODY CCVC, Wm J.Ryan, deputy 3 May 1876 by (M)itchell HARRISON
#427 JOHNSON, Alfred PRICE, Jennie 9 May 1876, Jno E. J. MOODY, Wm RYAN No further information
#428 SPORRER, Henry SITTERLE, Mary 20 May 1876 Jno. E. J. MOODY, Wm Ryan 20 May 1876 by C.?.HALL J. P Precinct 1
Pp. 114 & 115, #429 ALEXANDER, Jacob ROUFF, Theresa 20 May 1876, Jno E J MOODY, a k a Court 160 15 June 1876
#430 KENNEDY, Rev. W. L.(or S) (COEKE) or (COCHIE), Miss Nellie R. 23 May 1876 Jn. E. J. MOODY,C C V C, Wm J RYAN, Deputy no further information
#431 GARCIA, Manuel BIAVAL, Antonia (BIARAL) 24 May 1876 Jno E. J Moody C.C.V.C., Wm I. RYAN deputy 27 May 1876 Rev A CARDET, Catholic Priest
#432 McINTIRE, N.R or P BROWN, Miss Sallie 30 May 1876 John E. MOODY, Clk (Co) Court VC 4 June 1876 by R. M. LONGBRIDGE M.G.
#433 MOODY, Isaac CAMPBELL, Susan A. 31 May 1876 John E. Moody clk 31 May 1876 by Mack HENSON Minister of the Gospel
#434 PORTER, Isaac ROUGHTON, Harriet 4 June 1876 Jno E. MOODY clk 4 June 1876 Mack HENSON Minister of the Gospel
Pp 116 & 117, #435 BATES, Lucias PATTERSON, Sallie 15 June 1876 Jno MOODY, CCVC, Wm J RYAN deputy 15 June 1876 by Mack HENSON Minister of the Gospel
#436 WITTMER, Charles SCHAEFER, Sophie 17 June 1876 Jno E. J. MOODY CCVC, Wm J RYAN deputy 20 June 1876 by W KRAFF
#437 BYAR, Joshua KING , Anna 22 June 1876 Jno E J MOODY clk no further information
#438 SAMUELS, James WILLIAMS, Annie 29 June 1876 Wm J RYAN deputy 6 July 1876 by Mack HENSON, M.G.
#439 RICHARD, Victor SINGLTON, Ada 29 June 1876Wm J RYAN deputy 2 July 1876 by R. W LONGBRIDGE, M.G.
#440 PORSCH, Ernst Edward Heinrich Le SAGE, Marie Auguste 10 July 1876 by W J RYAN deputy, J MOODY clerk 11July 1876 by Josephus JOHNSON M.G. , J. MOODY, Clerk
#441 BECK, Charles FISCHER, Wilhelmina 11 July 1876 Jno E J MOODY ccvc, by Wm J RYAN deputy 13 July by W. KRAFF, Minister of the Gospel
Page 118 & 119
#442
VINSON, B.T. BALDRIDGE, Miss Alice 13 July 1876 J E J MOODY clerk 19 July by Josephus JOHNSON, Minister
#443 HATHAWAY, Jno. L. WILLEMINE, Miss Mary 22 July 1876 Wm J. RYAN deputy 2 August 1876 by Rev A GARDET Catholic Priest
#444 CANTU, Manuel GARCIA , Eulalie 29 July 1876 Jno E J MOODY C.C.V.C., Wm J RYAN deputy 12 August 1876 by Rev. A. GARDET
#445 WYATT, Sam ELLIS, Agnes 25 Aug 25 1876, Jno E. J. MOODY, CCVC, WM J. Ryan, deputy no further information
#446 SCHUCHART, Louis SIMON , Miss Kate 1 Sept 1876 Jno. E. J. MOODY CCVC, Wm J RYAN deputy 19 Sept 1876 by Rev. J TEITEN Catholic Priest and returned and filed 1 May 1877
#447 BARKSDALE, Jesse JEFFERSON, Martha 1 Sept 1876 Jno E.J. MOODY CCVC, Wm J RYAN deputy 2 Sept 1876 by Mack HENSON M.G.
Page 120 & 121
#448
SITTERLE, J. A (YACKEY)or (LACKEY), (Paulina) 4 Sept 1876 J. E. Moody clerk 5 Sept 1876 by C G HALL J P
#449 (DAVINAGE) Jacques Pierre STAFF, Mrs. Lucia A. 6 Sept 1876 , J.E. J. MOODY, clerk 7 Sept by Josephus JOHNSON, Minister
#450 CUNNINGHAM, ( O.) W. (SHRY), Annie Josphina 20 Sept 1876 J E J MOODY, clk, S. A. WILKINS depty 21 Sept by Josephus JOHNSON Minister
#451 DEITZEL, Theadore DEIGERT, Frederica 20 Sept 1876 J E J MOODY clk, S A WILKINS, deputy 21 Sept 1876 by W KNAFF, Minister of the Gospel.
#452 (BILLSTEIN), August (MILLER)m Miss Minda 28 Sept 1876 J E J MOODY, clk, S A WILKINS, deputy 3 Oct 1876
#453 (Gisler), Gotleib (HUFFPOWER), Anna 3 Oct 1876 J E J MOODY, clk 17 Oct by (jn) Anton (HAINKE) C. P & re’td 6 Dec 1876
#454 LARA, Thomas SALAZAR, Refugia 14 Oct 1876 J E J MOODY, clk, S A WILKINS, deputy 14 Oct 1876 C H HALL Justice of the Peace for V. C
Page 122 & 123
#455 JONES, Crawford (HAMMONDS), Lizzie (Le ip ) 14 Oct 1876 S A WILKINS Written across the names “revoked Oct 14 76 S.A Wilkins dpt clk”
#456 DAVIS, Henry (col) LOUIS, Angeline (col) (Lic pur) 23 Oct 1876 4 Nov 1876 by Mack HENSON M. G.
#457 MILLER, Victor WAGNER, Louisa (Li P) 1 Nov 1876 S A WIKINS deputy clerk 1 Nov 1876 by W. KNAFF Minister of the Gospel
#458 KOENIG, Philip STEIN, Mary Li P 1 Nove 1876 S A WILKINS, deputy clerk 21 Nov 1876 by Rev J Teitien Catholic Priest & filed 1 May 1877 J E J MOODY clk
#459 (CORNARD), (W.) L. FOUNESTE, Josephine 13 Nov 1876 S.A. WILKINS depty clk no further information
#460 ROUSA , Spencer (of Ed?? Co) (HOLDAN), Lucy Ann (Tu? Co) Jefferson L Holden the (??) (Mss h-ans? Qusto)–says the lady is of legal age Licisnn16 Nov 1876 S A WILKINS, Dpt clk 16 Nov 1876 by C G HALL J P, J E J MOODY clerk
#461 FERGUSON, D. W. HEARD (HECIND), Miss E.A. 20 Nov 1876 J E J MOODY, clk 22 Nov 1876 by W H H BIGGS, O. M. G
#462 BOBBITT, Mathew J. POOLEY (COOLEY), (Mrs)(Miss) Margret 28 Nov 1876 J E J MOODY, clk 30 Nov 1876 by Jesse HORD Minister of M. E. Church South
Page 124 & 125
#463
CARUTHERS, R. S. PHELPS, Miss Cornelia S. 2 Dec 1876 J E J MOODY, clk
#464 SCHMIDT, Paul VOIGT, Mary 19 Dec 1876 S.A. WILKINS, Dpt no further information
#465 PRINCE, William (col) ROBERSON, Laura (Col) no date Dec 1876 S A WILKINS Dpt Clk 28 Dec 1876 by Rev. Mack HENSON
#466 BROWN, Richard (col) KANE, Emma (Col) 20 Dec 1876 S A WILKINS, Dpt clk 30 Dec 1876 by Wm Minnifee Minister of the Gospel and filed 1 Jan 1877 J E J MOODY clk

1877

Page
Number
GROOM'S NAME
BRIDE'S NAME
DATE OF LICENSE
Date of Marriage or Date Returned
& Who Performed Marriage
           
124 & 125 467CLARK, Wm. E.(NUNER), Miss Margret Ingram 3 Jan 1877, J E MOODY, clk 4 Jan 1877 Josephine Johnson, Minister ret’d/filed same day
 468DODSON, DavidWILLIAMS, Hester6 Jan 1877, J E MOODY 11 Jan 1877 by (CL??) N. PIERCE VDW, filed 12 Feb 1877.
 469ENGLISH, (Isaac)NICHOLS, Amanda9 Jan 1877, S A WILKINS, Dpty clk 9 Jan 1877 by Mack HENSON M. G. Filed 12 Feb 1877
126 & 127470LEVI, (Godchant) A.GUGENHEIM, Miss Theresa10 Jan 1877, J E MOODY 11 Jan 1877 by C G HALL, JP
 471FRANKLIN, Jefferson (col)LITTLE, Julia (col)12 Jan 1877 12 Jan 1877 by J W COOLEY Local Elder ME Church South
 472(BROUDER) (BROUDEN), NathaneilTHOMPSON, Miss Louisa 17 Jan 1877, J E J MOODY clk17 Jan 1877 by Mitchell HARRISON, filed 13 (Mr?) 1878. (Note:year is clear)
 473HARRIS, AntoneyWEEKLEY, Asame 24 Jan 1877 25 Jan 1877 by W KNAPP M.G.
 474VOIGT, John SCHINER, Miss Mary5 Feb 1877 6 Feb 1877 Rev J TEITIEN Catholic Priest. Filed 1 May 1877
 475(HOWERY or HOMEREY), Wm BROWN, Sarah11 Feb 1877 8 Mar 1877 Wm MINIFEE M.G. Filed 6 Mar 1877
 476(DEISS or KLEIN), AugustGRAMANN, Auguste 10 Feb 1877 13 Feb 1877 C.G.HALL J.P.V.C., Filed 14 Feb 1877
 477WAGNER, Robert VOIGT, Margret 05 Mar 1877 06 Mar 1877 By Rev J. TEITEN Catholic Priest, filed 01 May 1877
 478(MAUTY or MATELY), Chas PRIESEMU(TT), Bertha05 Mar 1877 07 Mar 1877 by C G HALL, J.P. filed 07 Mar 1877
 479COLEMAN, (Collin)CARVILLE, Anna 10 Mar 1877 10 Mar 1877 by Wm MINIFEE, Elder. Filed 12 Mar 1877
Page 128 & 129480VENABLE, Paul C. CARPENTER, Miss (Get)13 Mar 1877 14 Mar 1877 by Josephus Johnson, Minister & filed 17 Mar 1877
 481ALEXANDER, Isaac (DAVID or DANIEL), Eliza27(?4) Mar 1877 27 Mar 1877 by Mack HENSON, M. G. filed 25 May 1877
 482FIMBLE, Sam (DUSCHERT), Miss Hu(ecea)02 Apr 1877 03 Apr 1877 by C. G. HALL J.P.& filed 05 Apr 1877
 483FRITZ, L. A.LETTERLY, Miss Rosa 03 Apr 1877 03 Apr 1877 by Rev. J. TEITIEN
 484BARRERA, Jesus ORTIS, (Wanda Lupe)03 Apr 1877
(????) as to age of lady
05 Apr 1877 by Rev A GARDET, Catholic Priest, filed 01 May 1877
 485GEFFERT, Chas( MYER or WYER), Anne 09 Apr 1877 10 Apr 1877 by Wm KNAFF, M.G., filed 14 Apr 1877
 486(LNNOBOCZYK), (John) KUTCHKA, Mariana28 Apr 1877 01 May 1877 by Anton HAINKE PR, filed 19 May 1877
 487(JORDAN or JORDAIE) W WTOWNSEND, Miss (Jenacie M)07 May 1877 09 May 1877 by Josephus JOHNSON, minister, filed 12 May 1877
Page 130 & 131488SCHRA(D)ER, (Henry)(F OOTE or GOOTE), Caroline11 May 1877 13 May 1877 by W. KNAFF, filed 19 May 1877
 489BLAND, Preston HARRIS, Jimmie 17 May 1877 18 May 1877 by (Elair or Elder) (GREAR or ?REAN, Filed 28 May 1877
 490CUNNINGHAM, Leroy F. HUNT, Miss Elizabeth Jane30 May 1877 30 May 1877 by Josephus JOHNSON Minister, filed 31 May 1877
 491ANDERSON, AndersonRICHISON, AliceSworn to as to age of the ____ ____of _____. 13 June 1877 13 June 1877 by Mitchell HARRISON, filed 06 Sept 1877
 492(S)IFFERMAN, WmSCHRADER, Miss Sophia16 June 1877 16 June 1877 by R. H. (C)OLEMAN A Judge, filed 11 Aug 1877
 493JOHNSON, JohnJONES, Eliza 16 June 1877 16 June 1877 by Wm (MUNIFIR), filed 21 June 1877
 494(G)AFFORD, ByronSAYLES, Lucy21 June 1877 21 June 1877 by Rev D HA??e? filed 29 June 1877
 495BOBBITT, Sam? M. WAGGONER, Mary (V)03 July 1877 04 July 1877 by J. W. COOLEY ordained elder in M.E. Church
Page 132 & 133 496ANTONELLI, ChasGOLDMANN, Miss Frida 04 July 1877 04 July 1877 by N. KNAPP M. G., filed 13 July 1877
 497JOHNSON, Chas BINGHAM, Lucy04 July 1877 04 July 1877 by Mack HENSON M.G., filed 07 July 1877
 498(FARREN)(FARMER) Oliver A. CHAMBLES, Miss (Mary or Ellary) H. 11 July 187712 July 1877 by W KNAPP M. G., filed 13 July 1877
 499BROOKING, Robert P.ROSE, Miss Maggie M. 18th July 1877, R.P. Brooking Sworn to, says the Lady is of lawful age 18 July 1877 by R. H. COLEMAN, filed 19 July 1877
 500HOLLIDAY, W. B.CROMWELL, Miss (N) L.20 July 1877 25 July 1877 by W.E. COLESMITH M. G. of Pres Church Goliad TX., filed 26 July 1877
 501BARBO, Jesus Y SALASAR, Miss Reyos 21 July 1877 Jesus Y BARBO sworn, says the lady is of lawful age 27 July 1877 by Rev BALLAY , Catholic Priest. Filed 8 Aug 1877
 502(HEISE), Jack FRIAR, (Jannice or Jinnce)21 July 1877 18 Aug 1877 by Rev. Isaac Smith M.G., M E Church, filed 22 Aug 1877
 503TIERNEY, MattHARROLL, Mrs Susan 26 July 1877 28 July 1877 by States W. HILL , J.P., filed 13 Aug 1877
Page 134 & 135504JONES, (Clofer or Clofa)SLAUGHTER, Miss (Meaina or Meaina) T. 20 Aug 1877 20 Aug 1877 by C G HALL
 505COMBS, Loyd (MCMUNN) , Eliza23 Aug 1877 29-Aug
  506 JECKER, Louis F. JECKER, Miss Mary A. 28 Aug 1877 29 Aug 1877 by Rev T. F. BALLAY Catholic Priest filed 07 Sept
  507 TREVINIO, Paul FERGUSON, Mrs. Luciana 01 Sept. 1877 06 Sept 1877 by Rev T F BALLAY Catholic Priest filed 07 Sept 1877
  508 JONES, Tobe RANSOM, Lucy 01 Sept. 1877 06 Sept 1877 by (States W HILL) J. P. Pct No 4 V. Co filed 03 Oct 1877
  509 -
The record copied here is what appears under #509 but appears to mention three different parties seeking a marriage license.
TUCKER, (Pomfrey) TATE, Nora 05 Sept 1877 Note written here says: Wm HUFF party to whom license issued sworn says that parties are of (?) (J??ag?)& the girl’s mother is willing to (sa??a) marriage. “This is to certify that I joined in marriage as husband and wife Jolen ELDER and NELSON on the 9 day of Sept ember (ame)1877 The State of Texas County of Victoia William DUKE , Robert HAYES” The above is f??? of certificate on license returned and filed Oct 12th 1877 J.E. MOODY clk
  510 HOSEY, Sam JOHNSON, Susie Sworn as to the consent of the parent to the marriage . Issd Sept 8th 1877 13 Sept 1877 by (States W HILL) J.P No 4, V. C. , filed 03 Oct 1877 J. E.MOODY, clk
Page 136 & 137 511 HILL, Wm V. HUNTER, Miss J. (A.) 20 Sept 1877 20 Sept 1877 by States W HILL filed 03 Oct 1877
  512 HUNT, Wilkins W. STONER, Miss Lillie C. 27 Sept 1877 27 Sept 1877 C.G. HALL J.P.V.C filed 28 Sept
  513 MEDDERS, C. G. SMITH, Miss Lean Party swore as to age of lady. 09 Oct 1877 09 Oct 1877 by C T HALL JPVC & filed same day
  514 CROMWELL, Frank H. ROSE, Miss Lillie B. 16 Oct 1877 17 Oct 1877 by C G HALL
  515 SIBLEY, Frank E. STERNE, Miss Ida K. Consent of Father Given,08 Oct 1877 18 Oct 1877 by Grancis R. STARR Rector Trinity
  516 MOORE, William WILLIAMS, Caroline 19 Oct 1877 20 Oct 1877 by John W. ROBERTSON , M G & filed 23 Oct 1877
  517 ARTZINHOFFER, Charles HINCERLING, Miss Ellen 10 NOV 1877, Chas ARTZINHOFFER Sworn & says the lady is over 18 years 10 Nov 1877 by R. H. COLEMAN (??) Judge V. C. & filed 12 Nov 1877
Page 138 & 139 518 HUDLER, David L. SLAUGHTER, Mrs. Lucinda 12 Nov 1877 12 Nov 1877 by C G HALL JP Victoria Co filed same day
  519 HENSON, John GARZA, Margerita 15 Nov 1877, HENSON sworn says the lady (?) of age (??) (the) (mother) (??)will- ing to the marriage 19 Nov 1877 by A. GARDET Catholic Priest & filed 04 Dec 1877
  520 (GUYEAR), Manuel GARZA, Francisca 15 Nov 1877 19 Nov 1877 by A. GARDET Catholic Priest and filed 20 Nov 1877
  521 HAYS, Ben HARVEY, Ella 22 Nov 1877 22 Nov 1877 by Elder R. (GREEN) filed 04 Dec 1877
  522 SCHUCHERT, Chas BECKER, Miss Anna 23 Nov 1877 04 Dec 1877 by W. KNAFF filed 08 Dec 1877
  523 FLORES, Antonie (ANALOS or ARALOS) 06 Dec 1877 10 Dec 1877 by A. GARDET Catholic Priest filed 17 Dec 1877
  524 HAWKINS, Spencer BASS, Cerelia 12 Dec 1877 13 Dec 1877 by Mack Henson filed 18 Dec 1877
Page 140 & 141 525 WILLIAMS, (Ren or Don) (Price or Bruice) BANKS, Hanna 19 Dec 1877 22 Dec 1877 by (Dannie) HARPER Minister Gospel M. G Church & ret’d 24 Dec 1877
  526 CONNER (COUNEN), James WYATT, Virginia 20 Dec 1877 20 Dec 1877 by Elder GREAN, filed 28 Dec 1877
  527 ROBINSON, Joseph ROSE, Harriet 27 Dec 1877 28 Dec 1877 by Isaac SMITH Or’d M. G .and filed 02 Jan 1878
  528 SMITH, James BULLOCK, Patience 29 Dec 1877, Jas Smith sworn says Patience Bullock is of age (??) (?refo??) to (marriage?) 29 Dec 1877 by Isaac SMITH Or’d M. G and filed 02 Jan 1878

NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF WEDDINGS FROM THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE

VICTOR AHRENS-BESSIE RUPP
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 20, 1907
VICTOR AHRENS, son of Mr. and Mrs. FRITZ AHRENS, returned to Victoria yesterday after an absence of four years in San Diego, Cal., where he served in the Coast Artillery. Last June he was married to Miss BESSIE RUPP, a charming young lady of San Diego, who returned with him. Ahrens' many friends will be glad to learn that he will again make his home in this city.

L.S. ALEXANDER-LEONA OPPENHEIMER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, November 7, 1906
A beautiful and impressive Jewish ceremony was celebrated today at 2 o'clock at the Synagogue in this city. The high contracting parties were Mr. L.S. ALEXANDER and Miss LEONA OPPENHEIMER, both of this city, Rabbi OPPENHEIMER officiating. Mr. Alexander is a successful and popular young merchant of this city, and the bride is a young lady possessing rare personal charms.
The beautiful Jewish ceremony of time immemorial was observed. One cannot witness a Jewish marriage without feeling impressed with its sacredness and antiquity.
The receipt of about 100 telegrams of congratulations and eighty-five elegant bridal presents testify to the esteem in which they are held.

AUGUST ALBRECHT-LULA CUNNINGHAM
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, March 28, 1907
AUGUST ALBRECHT and Miss LULA CUNNINGHAM were licensed yesterday to be wed. When and where the event is to culminate, the Advocate is not apprised.

C.B. ARNOLD-ANNIE FUNK
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, November 27, 1906
Married last night at the Presbyterian manse were Mr. C.B. ARNOLD and Miss ANNIE FUNK. The Rev. JOHN B. HUDSON officiated. The groom is a young man who is at work as fireman for the F.H.& S.A. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. LENA FUNK and is a most estimable young lady. The Advocate is especially happy that they will be living in this city.

W.L. BAILEY-ADA HOLZHAUSER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 16, 1907
A pretty home wedding was solemnized yesterday at the HOLZHAUSER home near Telferner. The contracting parties were W.L. BAILEY of the Garcitas, a prosperous young merchant, and Miss ADA HOLZHAUSER, a charming young lady of Telferner. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.T. WALTERS in the presence of a few intimate friends of the couple. May continuous domestic felicity and a life-long honeymoon be their lot.

J.C. BANKS-WINONA BARNES and
Dr. L.C. HANNA-ITASCA BARNES

VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 26, 1904
Married Tuesday night, October 25, 1904, at the residence of the brides' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. BARNES, were Mr. J.C. BANKS and Miss WINONA BARNES, and Dr. L.C. HANNA and Miss ITASCA BARNES.

W.B. BARBEE-JUNIA ROSEBOROUGH
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 31, 1906
Married today at 11:30 at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D.T. FORBES, by Rev. J.E. MARTIN, were W.B. BARBEE of Wharton and Miss JUNIA ROSEBOROUGH of Victoria, Miss BESSIE FORBES and GEORGE STONER being the only other persons present. The marriage is a surprise to everyone else in the city. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal couple were driven to the bride's home to apprise her parents of their marriage and to bid them farewell. They left on the 1:00 train for Wharton. The bride is one of Victoria's most charming young ladies and we regret to lose her so suddenly. The groom is a prominent young man of Wharton and a son of Judge BARBEE.

JOHN C. BARDIN-STELLA I. BRANDES
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, April 12, 1905
This morning at 7:30, at the residence of the bride's parents, the marriage of Miss STELLA I. BRANDES, their eldest daughter, to Mr. JOHN C. BARDIN, of La Grange was celebrated, Rev JOSEPHUS JOHNSON officiating. The bride is a winsome and charming young lady, one of the City of Roses' fairest flowers, plucked to bloom in another community. The groom is a progressive young farmer of Fayette County and has been uite successful in all his undertakings.

FRED JOHN BAUER-GOLCINE SHAEFER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 28, 1930
FRED JOHN BAUER and Miss GOLCINE SHAEFER were married at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage at 10:00 Christmas morning, Rev. MARTIN A RITZEN performing the ceremony. Mr. BAUER is the son of CHARLES BAUER of this city, Southern Pacific yardmaster, and a highly esteemed young man. He holds a position with EDW. J.B. HOLCAK, local wholesale candy dealer. His lovely young bride is the daughter of FRITZ SCHAEFER, also of this city.

GEORGE BAUER-ADRIAN WILDEN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 13, 1906
Last evening at 8 o'clock sharp two marriages were celebrated at the Lutheran parsonage. This is something unusual in the annals of Victoria. The first couple, GEORGE BAUER and Miss ADRIAN WILDEN, were married by Rev. K. WEISS. Immediately after congratulations were extended the newly married pair, IKE COHEN and Miss SUSIE SHIVER were married by Judge H.A. CARSNER. The attendants for both couples were ARTHUR HEINKE and Miss MAGGIE WILDEN. Quite a number of bridal presents testified to the esteem in which both couples were held.

LEROY L. BEYER-ELLA G. MASSEY
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 3, 1905
A happy romance of many months culminated on Wednesday morning, November 20, at 10 o'clock with the marriage of Miss ELLA G. MASSEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. MASSEY, to LEROY L. BEYER, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. BEYER, at the parsonage of Our Lady of Lourdes Church.

EARL BLANTON-FRIEDA MUELLER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, August 24, 1931
A beautiful wedding of unusual interest occurred at the Trinity Lutheran Parsonage in this city Thursday at 10:30 a.m., when Miss FRIEDA MUELLER, attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HUGO MUELLER of the Fleming Prairie community, became the bride of Earl Blanton.

VICTORIA ADVOCATE, August 24, 1956
Mr. and Mrs. EARL BLANTON celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary recently with an open house at their home, 1705 E. Woodlawn. They have four children.

WILL A. BUHLER-LUDIE GERVAIS
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 19, 1904
Mr. WILL A. BUHLER and Miss LUDIE GERVAIS were united in marriage this morning by Rev. AUDET at the home of the bride's parents. Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present. Miss GERVAIS is a handsome and accomplished young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. GERVAIS. Mr. BUHLER is a gentleman of splendid worth, a son of Banker and Mrs. THEO BUHLER, and is quite popular in Victoria, where he formerly resided. Mr. and Mrs. BUHLER left on the afternoon train to make their home in Houston, where the groom has a lucrative railroad position.

THOS. C. CALHOUN-META GOLDMAN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 24, 1907
Married at high noon yesterday, Wednesday, Oct. 23, at the home of the bride's parents and in the presence of a few friends and members of the family, THOS. C. CALHOUN and Mis META GOLDMAN. The Rev. Father L. ETSCHENBERG officiated. The bride wore a traveling gown of blue silk voile over silk and looked very pretty. Following an elaborate wedding dinner, the newly married couple departed for San Antonio and will visit various other large cities of Texas before going to Durant, Okla., to make their home. The groom is a prosperous and highly esteemed young businessman of that place. Formerly he resided in Victoria. The bride is the popular and charming young daughter of A. GOLDMAN, one of the wealthiest and most prominent businessmen of this section.

ALAN BALFOUR CAMERON-VIRGINIA LEE GRIFFIN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 3, 1931
The marriage of Miss VIRGINIA LEE GRIFFIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.L. GRIFFIN of this city, and ALAN BALFOUR CAMERON of Houston and Orange took place at five o'clock Monday, June 29, at Trinity Episcopal Church with Rev. LEE H. ROBERTS officiating. The permanent beauty of the church was enhanced with a profusion of Shasta daisies and fern placed in artistic arrangement by loving friends and a program of beautiful wedding music was played by Mrs. LLOYD M. STEVENS during the assembling of the guests.

CAREY CANON-NELLIE DOSS
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 27, 1906
Married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.A. DOSS, today at high noon in this city, Miss NELLIE DOSS and Mr. CAREY CANON. Rev. MARTIN officiated. The bride is a young lady of rare attainments and possesses an enviable sunshiny disposition, well qualifying her to make the man of her choice a lovable and good helpmate. Mr. Canon is a promising young lawyer of pleasing appearance and has just recently located in Odessa.

RAYMOND CARPENTER-MILVERA HUNT
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 8, 1929
RAYMOND CARPENTER and Miss MILVERA HUNT were quietly married at the 7:30 mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church this morning. Rev. LAMBERT SCHIEL, assistant pastor, performed the ceremony. The attendants were EDWARD NOBLE and Miss EtheL SCHIER. Mr. CARPENTER is a popular and worthy young Southern Pacific brakeman, the son of Conductor DENNIS J. CARPENTER. His beautiful and accomplished young bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. HUNT of this city.

F.W. CHARSKE-DORA DUNLAP
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 13, 1908
At the home of the bride's parents in this city on Wednesday, October 8, at high noon, Miss DORA DUNLAP was wedded to Mr. F.W. CHARSKE, a prominent young business man of New Orleans. The wedding was most quiet with only relatives and girlhood friends of the bride as guests. The Rev. F.X. HECK officiated.

JOHN H. CLEGG-LILLIAN ROSELLE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 12, 1906
Last evening at 8 o'clock at the beautiful St. Mary's Church in this city, the marriage of Mr. JOHN H. CLEGG and Miss LILLIAN ROSELLE was solemnized. Rev. Father TRESCH officiated. The arrival of the bridal party was heralded by the sweet voice of Miss SOPHIE GRAMANN singing "Because I Love You, Dear." Ushers were RAY GERVAIS and RICHARD FIELDS. Attendants were Miss MARGARET CALLANDER and Mr. JOHN HOGAN. Maid of Honor was Miss METTIE ROSELLE. The lovely bride appeared on the arm of her only brother, Mr. JOHN COLLIER. Mr. HENRY CRAIN, who was the best man, entered from the vestry room, accompanied by the groom.

IKE COHEN-SUSIE SHIVER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 13, 1906
Last evening at 8 o'clock sharp two marriages were celebrated at the Lutheran parsonage. This is something unusual in the annals of Victoria. The first couple, GEORGE BAUER and Miss ADRIAN WILDEN, were married by Rev. K. WEISS. Immediately after congratulations were extended the newly married pair, IKE COHEN and Miss SUSIE SHIVER were married by Judge H.A. CARSNER. The attendants for both couples were ARTHUR HEINKE and Miss MAGGIE WILDEN. Quite a number of bridal presents testified to the esteem in which both couples were held.

EVERETT CONWELL-EULA WRIGHT
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, November 10, 1903
A pretty home wedding elegant in its simplicity occurred at Thomaston at the home of Mrs. M. WRIGHT, the bride's mother, November 7th, when Mr. EVERETT CONWELL and Miss EULA WRIGHT were united in the bonds of matrimony.

DUDLEY T. DEAVERS-BIRDIE WHIPS
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, August 26, 1930
DUDLEY T. DEAVERS and Miss BIRDIE WHIPS were quietly married yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the elegant home of the bride's parents by Rev. G.W. WHITE, and left for El Paso on their honeymoon. The bride is the daughter of N. WHIPS, the popular and efficient manager of the local telephone exchange, and is one of Victoria's fairest and most accomplished young ladies. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T.H. DEAVERS, of El Campo. He holds a responsible position with the Sunset and is a most worth young man.

MARTIN DEDEAR-ELSIE WEBER
Victoria Advocate, August 26, 1930
MARTIN DEDEAR and Miss ELSIE WEBER were quietly married at the parsonage of the Trinity Lutheran Church Saturday, October 11. Mr. DEDEAR has been in the employ of the Conti Service Station for the past several months. The bride has been an employee of the Lawrence-Elstner Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. DeDear returned Saturday from a brief honeymoon trip to Mexico.

WILLIAM DELANEY-MISS JUTZ
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 17, 1931
Cuero-Record: Miss JUTZ, popular Cuero girl, was united in marriage on Sunday morning to WILLIAM DELANEY, employee of an oil company with headquarters in Victoria. The wedding occured at the Lutheran parsonage at 8:15 Sunday morning, Rev. JOHN KERN reading the marriage lines. The bride's only attendant was her close friend, Mrs. IRENE MAYNE. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. DELANEY left in their car for a wedding trip to San Antonio, Corpus Christi and the Rio Grande Valley and upon their return will be at home at the Goodwin Apartments in Victoria.

GARNET DUNCAN-LORAINE SULLIVAN
Victoria Advocate, February 24, 1904
Just as the city clock pealed forth the hour of ten, the strains of Mendelsson's Wedding March, rendered by Miss FLORENCE CLARK, with violin obbligato by Miss MARIE CRAIG, announced to the large concourse of friends assembled at the First Presbyterian Church the approach of the nuptial party, Mr. GARNET DUNCAN of Arkansas and Miss LORAINE SULLIVAN of Victoria.

VENTURA DELEON-ADELAIDE BUEN LASTRA
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 25, 1907
County Clerk KLEIN issued the following marriage license Saturday: VENTURA DELEON and ADELAIDE BUEN LASTRA.

G.T. DUNCAN-CECELIA K. FERGUSON
Victoria Advocate, August 28, 1905
Mr. WHIPS says that during his incumbency as manager of the local telephone office he has lost five young ladies by marriage and that he is not even running a matrimonial bureau. His latest loss, he said, was last evening when Miss CECELIA K. FERGUSON became the bride of G.T. DUNCAN. The ceremony was in the Baptist parsonage with the Rev. OSCAR FERRELL officiating.

HANS H. ERNST-LOUISE A. MCDONALD
Victoria Advocate, November 11, 1926
HANS H. ERNST, son of Mrs. ALBERT ERNST, of this city, and Miss LOUISE A. MCDONALD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. MCDONALD, also of this city, were quietly married at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. L.F. JECKER, at 408 Constitution Street at 10:30 Saturday morning.

CHESTER EVANS-KATHERINE McDONALD
Victoria Advocate, September 15,1930
CHESTER EVANS and Miss KATHERINE McDONALD were married in San Antonio yesterday afternoon at St. Ann's rectory. Rev. P.B. FEENEY performed the ceremony. Mr. EVANS is the Associate Editor of the Victoria Advocate. The bride has a position with Atzenhoffer Chevrolet Co. of this city.

SAM FADOL-ANNIE HYAK
Victoria Advocate, November 14, 1932
The marriage of SAM FADOL of Waco to Miss ANNIE HYAK of this city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. HYAK, at the Trinity Episcopal Church Sunday evening was one of the big events of the season, with relatives and friends of the couple filling the church to capacity to witness the impressive ceremony.

ALEX FISCHER-GERTRUDE HELWEG
Victoria Advocate, November 16, 1930
ALEX FISCHER, a popular young farmer of this county, and Miss GERTRUDE HELWEG, one of Victoria's loveliest young ladies, were married at the First English Lutheran Church in the prescence of a large congregation Wednesday afternoon, Rev. J.C. FELGER, pastor, performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. FISCHER will make their home on the groom's well appointed farm in the Wood community.

WILLIAM NEVILL FLEMING-HELEN MITCHELL
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 3, 1906
This afternoon at the residence of the bride's parents in this city a very beautiful marriage was solemnized. The contracting parties were WILLIAM NEVILL FLEMING, son of T.N. FLEMING, and Miss HELEN, the youngest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.D. MITCHELL, all of this city. Promptly at 11:30 o'clock was the vocal solo, "All For You," by Miss LILLIAN ROSELLE, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. L.M. STEVENS, after which came the wedding march by Miss MARIE CRAIG, violinist.

WILLIAM FROBESE, JR.-SOPHIE EUGENIA GRAMANN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 17, 1907
Married, at the home of the bride's parents, Wednesday afternoon, October 16, 1907, at 1:30 o'clock, WILLIAM FROBESE, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM FROBESE, of Cuero, and Miss SOPHIE EUGENIA GRAMANN, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. GRAMANN of this city. The Rev. Father F.X. HECK officiated. The groom holds a responsible position with the well known firm of H. Runge & Company of Cuero, of which her father is a member, and is a most worthy young man. The bride is a young lady of lovely character, fair, accomplished and popular.

J.S. GANEM-ALMA ARA
Victoria Advocate, August 26, 1930
J.S. GANEM of New Orleans, the worthy young son of Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH GANEM of Gonzales, and Miss ALMA ARA of this city, the lovely young daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. ARA, were quietly married at St. Mary's Catholic Church Saturday evening, Right Rev. JOHN SHEEHAN performing the ceremony.

CLAUDE GARRETT-LOUISE MARCAK
Victoria Advocate, March 17, 1908
CLAUDE GARRETT, the popular young son of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. GARRETT, of DaCosta, and Miss LOUISE MARCAK, the charming young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN MARCAK, also of DaCosta, were married here today by Justice CARSNER.

JOHN GISLER-ROSE IISNER
Victoria Advocate, January 23, 1907
Judge HENRY A. CARSNER solemnized the marriage yesterday of Mrs. ROSE Iisner and JOHN GISLER at the residence of JOHN MAURER on the Coleto.

CHARLES GOEHRING-KATIE GARRETT
Victoria Advocate, November 19, 1905
On last Wednesday evening at the residence of J.B. GARRETT near Crescent Valley, CHARLES GOEHRING and Miss KATIE GARRETT were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, the Rev. OSCAR FERRELL of this city officiating. CHARLES GOEHRING is an exemplary young man of the community who has the esteem of all who know him, while the bride is the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. GARRETT. She was reared in this county and is a quiet, unassuming young lady. They are each to be congratulated on their choice. A sumptious supper was enjoyed by all the guests.

HARRY GOLTZMAN-YETTA LAZOR
Victoria Advocate, October 28, 1930
The Temple of B'Nai Israel was the scene of a beautiful and impressive wedding Sunday evening, when Miss YETTA LAZOR, one of Victoria's fairest daughters, became the bride of HARRY GOLTZMAN of Corpus Christi, Rabbi KOLISH of Houston officiating. The temple was tastefully decorated with ferns and white chrysanthemums. At the appointed hour the wedding march, played by Mrs. A.N. HENRY at the organ and Mrs. SYLVAN HANNIG, violin, marked the entrance of the bridal party.

JOHN M. HALL-AGNES FAGAN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 26, 1930
JOHN M. HALL, the popular and worthy young son of Mr. and Mrs. D.W. HALL of Houston, who is engaged in farming near Fannin, was married here this morning at St. Mary's Rectory to Miss AGNES FAGAN, the pretty and accomplished young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES A. (JACK) FAGAN, also of the Fannin section. Right Rev. Monsignor JOHN SHEEHAN performed the ceremony. The attendents were CHARLES HALL, brother of the groom, and Miss EtheL FETTERS.

JOSEPH HALL-GRACE KRAEMER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 27, 1928
The culmination of a romance which had its beginnings several years ago occurred here Christmas Day with the marriage of JOSEPH MARTIN HALL to Miss GRACE KRAEMER. The happy couple was united in wedlock at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. AUGUST KRAEMER, with Rev. A.J. CARSON of the First Baptist Church performing the beautiful ceremony.

JOHN H. HILKENE-HATTIE EDSON DANIEL
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 6, 1904
Capt. JOHN H. HILKENE was married to Miss HATTIE EDSON DANIEL at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WALTER F. WATSON of Houston. The bride is a charming daughter of Major L.S. DANIEL, an old and popular citizen of Victoria. The groom is a valuable employee of the Southern Pacific Railroad auditing department of Victoria and a gentleman of many fine qualities.

Mr. and Mrs. CARL F. HOLZHEUSER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 4, 1957
Mr. and Mrs. CARL F. HOLZHEUSER marked their 25th wedding anniversary with a reception at their home Tuesday. Receiving guests with them were Mrs. HERBERT S. KREHMEIER and FRED S. SCHNEIDER, their wedding attendants, and the Rev. J.C. FELGER, who performed their wedding ceremony 25 years ago.

HENRY HOLZHEUSER-MAGGIE FORESTER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 20, 1905
Wednesday evening, October 17, at nine o'clock, HENRY HOLZHEUSER and Miss MAGGIE FORESTER were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the Saluria Lighthouse station, Rev. W.E. HEFFERMAN of Yoakum officiating. The groom is a young man who belongs to the life saving crew and lives at "Old Town." The bride is a daughter of Mr. FORESTER, the keeper of the lighthouse.

A.E.C. HORNBURG-CORINNE JAMES
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 3, 1907
A.E.C. HORNBURG, eldest son of ALPHONSE HORNBURG of this city, and Miss CORINNE JAMES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. JAMES, of Somerville, were married yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's brother, W.E. JAMES, in Lampasas. The bride is one of Somerville's fairest and most popular young ladies, and the groom holds a responsible position with the Wells Fargo Express Company here and is highly esteemed by all.

ARNOLD HUMMEL-AMELIA NIED
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, November 29, 1906
Married at the Lutheran Church in this city on Wednesday evening, Nov. 27, were Mr. ARNOLD HUMMEL and Miss AMELIA NIED, Rev. CARL WEISS officiating in a very impressive manner. a large concourse of friends assembled to witness the ceremony. The couple was attended to by Miss LENA NIED and Mr. VICTOR LEUSCHNER. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. M. NIED and is a young lady of pleasing disposition. The groom is the bookkeeper of AUGUST MILLER and is a young man of exemplary habits and sterling worth.

TOM HUNT-MAUDE ARMSTRONG
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 16, 1907
TOM HUNT, the popular and worthy young son of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. HUNT of this city, and Miss MAUDE ARMSTRONG, one of the leading young ladies of Texarkana, were married in that city last night. The couple will make their home in Clarksville, Tenn., where Mr. HUNT in employed in the freight department of the L&N Railroad.

FRANK HUSER-THERESA SEGER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 4, 1906
At the German Catholic Church yesterday morning, Miss THERESA SEGER, daughter of JOS. SEGER, and FRANK HUSER of Hallettsville were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. Father ETSCHENBERG officiating. The bridal couple passed through the city last evening en route to Hobsen where they will spend a few days after which they will return to Hallettsville, their future home.

FELIX D. JAMES-IDA M. BYRNES
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 10, 1907
FELIX D. JAMES and Miss IDA M. BYRNES quietly married at the home of the bride's mother this afternoon at 2:30. The Rev. JOHN B. HUDSON of the First Presbyterian Church officiated. The bride is the charming daughter of Mrs. H.N. BINGHAM. The groom is a prominent mine owner and ranchman of Arizona.

LANNE JECKER-KATE BORNEFELD
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 5, 1906
Married this morning at the residence of the bride's parents in this city, in the presence of a number of their friends and relatives, LANNE JECKER and Miss KATE BORNEFELD. Rev. Father HECK officiated. The groom is a young man of promise, a son of Mr. and Mrs. L.F. JECKER of this city. He is a clerk in the auditor's office of the G.H.&S.A. Railway Company in Houston. The bride is one of the lovely daughters of J.A. BORNEFELD of this city. Both were prominent young society people of Victoria.

C.H. JENDKE-ELLA C. SCHMIDT
Victoria Advocate, November 9, 1932
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock C.H. JENDKE and Miss ELLA C. SCHMIDT were married at Our Lady of Lourdes parish house. Rev. L. ETSCHENBERG performed the ceremony. Immediate relatives and friends of both contracting parties witnessed the ceremony. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. EMANUEL FRANK.

J.S. JOHNSON, JR.-JULIA ALBRECHT
Victoria Advocate, November 21, 1907
J.S. JOHNSON, Jr., a prominent and popular young farmer of Mission Valley, and Miss JULIA ALBRECHT, the fair and accomplished young daughter of Mrs. W.L. ALBRECHT, were married at the Presbyterian parsonage yesterday evening. The Rev. JOHN B. HUDSON officiated.

ANTON KALICH-LEOLA LALA
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 14, 1931
ANTON KALICH of Cuero and Miss LEOLA LALA of DaCosta were quietly married this afternoon at the parsonage of the First English Lutheran Church, Rev. J.C. FELGER, pastor, performing the beautiful single ring ceremony. Only relatives of the two parties were present. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. KALICH. The charming bride, a graduate of Patti Welder High School the past year, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.F. LALA. Mr. and Mrs. Kalich will make their home near DaCosta.

Dr. and Mrs. JACK KAHN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 4, 1957
Combining a continental vacation with the celebration of their 34th wedding anniversary, Dr. and Mrs. JACK KAHN are on the high seas aboard the Queen Elizabeth headed for two months of adventure and pleasure in England and European countries. The Victoria couple flew to New York Saturday and sailed for Southampton, England, on Wednesday.

W.C. KLETT-THEO McMULLEN
Victoria Advocate, November 12, 1932
Miss THEO McMULLEN, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. O.S. McMULLEN of this city became the wife of W.C. KLETT of Fort Worth at a charming wedding at the Trinity Episcopal Church in this city Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Rev. LELAND H. ROBERTS, pastor, performed the impressive ceremony. Quite a number of out-of-town relatives and friends augmented the large number of Victorians present for the marriage. The attendants were Miss RUTH McMULLEN, sister of the bride, maid of honor; Mrs. CECIL CRADDOCK of Goliad, matron of honor and CECIL CRADDOCK best man. The maid of honor entered first on the arm of her brother, WALTER HENRY McMULLEN.

SAM KNEBLE-ALADA CRAIN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, April 7, 1931
SAM KNEBLE and Miss ALADA CRAIN were married at the Crain home at 207 West Commercial Street last night at 8 o'clock in the presence of the immediate families, relatives and intimate friends. The ceremony was performed by Dr. W.T. RIVIERE, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this city. The bride is the eldest daughter of WILLIAM H. CRAIN and one of Victoria's loveliest and most popular young ladies. Mr. KNEBLE is a young man of the finest character and gives promise of a brilliant career in the Land department of the Humble Oil and Refining Company with headquarters in Corpus Christi, where the couple will make their home.

WILLIAM A. LANDER-EDITH LEFFLAND
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 5, 1906
Married at noon today at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. JULES LEFFLAND, Mr. WILLIAM A. LANDER and Miss EDITH LEFFLAND. Rev. MARTIN, of the Methodist cvhurch, officiated. The bride is a most estimable young lady. The groom is a valued employee of the Victoria Mfg. Co., and a young man of sterling worth. Following the ceremony, the happy pair left for Houston. They will return to Victoria some time next week.

TOM H. LEE-JOSEPHINE FRITZ
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 6, 1906
On last evening at 7 o'clock at the German Catholic rectory TOM H. LEE led to the altar Miss JOSEPHINE FRITZ, one of the most popular and lovable young ladies of the city. The impressive ceremony was performed by Rev. Father ETSCHENBERG. No invitations had been sent out, but the bridal presents were costly and numerous. The groom is a brakeman on the Southern Pacific and must be an extraordinary young man to captivate such a lovely bride. The couple have, for the present, taken up quarters as boarders with Mr. and Mrs. JOHN DIETZ Sr.

CHARLES LEUSCHNER-SOPHIA KOEHLER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 23, 1907
Cuero Star: Mr. CHARLES LEUSCHNER, for many years county treasurer of Victoria County, has come among us to claim as a bride, Mrs. SOPHIA KOEHLER, nee SCHORLEMMER, of Arneckeville, member of one of the old and honored families of DeWitt County, and a good and true woman in all that term implioes. The Star is not intimately acquainted with the fortunate groom but as he has had the repeated backing of all the people of Victoria County so important and confidential a public trust he must be strictly in the right class of men and we therefore most heartily congratulate Mr. and Mrs. LEUSCHNER and wish them all manner of prosperity and happiness.

JULIUS C. LEVY-SELMA LICHTENSTEIN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 27, 1905
JULIUS C. LEVY left yesterday for Corpus Christi, where he will be united in marriage to Miss SELMA LICHTENSTEIN Wednesday, March 1. Miss LICHTENSTEIN is a daughter of the late M. LICHTENSTEIN and one of Corpus Christi's fairest and most lovely daughters. Mr. LEVY, son of Mr. and Mrs. SIMON LEVY of this city, is one of Victoria's most popular and deserving young citizens.

DAVE LEWIS-MAMIE NITSCHE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 23, 1903
DAVE LEWIS and Miss MAMIE NITSCHE, two popular young people of our city, were quietly married last night at the home of Father SHEEHAN adjoining the Catholic Church. The young people went at once to housekeeping in a little cottage already prepared by the thoughtful groom for his bonnie bride. The cottage is on the lot adjoining his mother's home and everything was in readiness; and the young couple took breakfast at home this morning.

Mr. and Mrs. C.M. LINNEY
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, September 29, 1904
On TUESDAY, SEPT. 27, the friends of Mr. and Mrs. C.M. LINNEY met at their beautiful home on the Coleto Creek to celebrate the silver wedding of the host and hostess. Rarely do we find a more pleasant and enjoyable occasion. People were there who had traveled distances ranging from one to four hundred miles to enjoy the hospitality of these most hospitable people.

F.B. LOWERY-GRACE MYERS PETERSON
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, April 21, 1954
City Engineer F.B. LOWERY, a 64 year-old widower is engaged to marry his childhood sweetheart, a 63 year-old widow, in Milwaukee May 12. His fiancee, Mrs. GRACE PETERSON, is the mother of four children. LOWRY and Mrs. PETERSON, then GRACE MYERS, went together for four years. the romance was interupted when he went to college and her family moved to Milwaukee. They hadn't seen each other since 1908. He telephoned her while vacationing in Wisconsin last July. At that time she was getting ready to leave for Victoria to visit a son stationed at Foster Air Force Base. When she mentioned this to Lowry, she learned he'd been living in Victoria since 1931. Later he proposed and she accepted by mail.

SAM F. LUCCHESE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, September 27,1931
SAM F. LUCCHESE and bride of Atlanta, Ga. arrived in Victoria last night on their honeymoon. They have been in New Orleans and Galveston and also will visit San Antonio before their return to Atlanta. Mr. Lucchese is the son of Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH LUCCHESE of this city. For the past two years he has been Sunday editor of the Atlanta American and is attaining much prominance in southern journaslistic circles. He began his career in journalism as a newspaperman on The Advocate.

B.K. MICHAEL-KATHERINE ANDERSON
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 14, 1907
This morning at about 11 o'clock a quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. FRANK ALONZO in this city in the presence of a few intimate friends. The contracting parties were B.K. MICHAEL of Yoakum and Mrs. KATHERINE ANDERSON of this city.
The ceremony was performed by Judge H.A. CARSNER in his usual impressive style. Much amusement was occasioned by the cutting of the wedding cake. Miss JOSEPHINE WILDEN got the ring, Miss MARGARET ALONZO the dime, and LEANDER WILDEN the button. A large number of their friends escorted the bridal couple to the depot, where they took the train for Houston. From Houston they will visit various Northern cities and while on their bridal tour will probably visit Niagara and the Jamestown Exposition.

MONTIE MARSHALL-LUCILLE CROUCH
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 15, 1928
Licensed to wed: MONTIE MARSHALL and LUCILLE CROUCH.

LESLIE McDONALD-KATIE CLARKE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 25, 1906
A very pretty wedding took place in this city this morning at 7:30 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT CLARKE, when LESLIE McDONALD led to the hymneal altar Miss KATIE CLARKE, the impressive ceremony being performed by Rev. JOHN B. HUDSON. It was a quiet wedding, only relatives and their particular friends being invited. For some time Victoria society had been expecting the event.

HORACE HAMMOND McDOWELL-WALDINE RATHBONE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 27, 1908
One of the prettiest weddings of the season was the "twilight wedding" of Miss WALDINE RATHBONE and Mr. HORACE HAMMOND McDOWELL at the bride's beautiful home in North Victoria, at half past seven o'clock, June twentieth. Best man was Mr. Richard Austin of San Antonio, and Mrs. A.M. McFADDIN the matron of honor.

ROY MCFADDIN-NELLIE B. WOOD
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 17, 1931
At the home of the bride on Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, Miss Nellie B. Wood was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to ROY MCFADDIN. The contracting parties are both of prominent families in Victoria and carry with them "bon voyage" from their friends and the community.

LEOPOLD MORRIS-ROSE MURPHY
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 28, 1904
The wedding ceremony uniting in the sacred bonds of matrimony Miss ROSE MURPHY of this city, daughter of Mrs. J.V. MURPHY, and Mr. LEOPOLD MORRIS, employed on the editorial staff of the Advocate, was celebrated at Corpus Christi last night. The happy couple planned well to take their friends by surprise. Only one or two of their most intimate friends were aware of their intention. The announcement in today's Advocate will no doubt be the first news of their marriage to a great many of them. Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS will return to Victoria about August 1.

ROBERT MUELLER-EMMA KLEIBER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 15, 1931, 1906
ROBERT MUELLER and Miss EMMA KLEIBER, both of this city, were married at 8 o'clock this morning at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Rev. M.A. RITEN, pastor, performing the ceremony. A large number of admiring friends witnessed the marriage. Mr. MUELLER for the past few years has been employed by the Victoria Fire Department. He is the worthy and responsible son of Mrs. WM. MUELLER of Arneckeville, DeWitt County. The charming bride is a member of a well-known Victoria County family.

MARTIN O'CONNOR-MAUDE LOWE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 18, 1906
MARTIN O'CONNOR and Miss MAUDE LOWE were married Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Father TRESCH, pastor of St. Mary's Church, officiated. The ceremony was witnessed by immediate relatives and a few intimate friends, following which the happy couple left for San Antonio and other points to be absent several weeks. The bride, a daughter of Mrs. M. LOWE, is a lovely and accomplished young lady. The groom is a member of one of Victoria's most prominent families and a most popular and worthy young man.

LEE PEPPER-LEAH MONTGOMERY
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 6, 1929
LEE PEPPER and Miss LEAH MONTGOMERY were married Sunday afternoon in the Baptist parsonage in Cuero. Mr. PEPPER for the past six years was assistant manager of the J.C. Penney store of this city, only recently being transferred to Beeville in the same capacity. He is a man of unusual worth. Miss MONTGOMERY has served as superintendent of the DeTar Hospital for a number of years and is a lovely young lady.

AL PICKERING-MARGARET LIGHTNER
Victoria Advocate, October 25, 1905
This morning AL PICKERING and Miss MARGARET LIGHTNER were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the St. Mary's Catholic Church. Promptly at 6:00 the bridal party slowly and with measured tread walked up the long aisle. The Mendelsohn Wedding March was beautifully rendered by Miss KATIE CARROLL, organist, accompanied by Miss MARIE CRAIG, violinist. The attendants were ED PICKERING and Miss MARGUERITE PICKERING.

EVARISTO RAMIREZ-FELICITAS BUENOSTRO
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, October 21, 1908
EVARISTO RAMIREZ and FELICITAS BUENOSTRO were married at the Court House this afternoon by Justice CARSNER.

D.I. RATHER-VEDA BYRD PAGE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 20, 1931
D.I. RATHER and Miss VEDA BYRD PAGE were quietly married at the Baptist parsonage in this city Saturday afternoon, Rev. A.J. CARSON performing the ceremony. Mr. RATHER is a worth young man from Wharton, where he is employed in the Telephone Division of the Houston Pipeline Company. His charming young bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.M. PAGE of Bloomington and has been a popular Victoria Junior College student.

SAM ERNEST RAVEN Jr.-LUCILLE MARGARET URBAN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, September 3, 1929
A pretty wedding took place at Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday morning at 8:00 when Miss LUCILLE MARGARET URBAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AUGUST URBAN, and SAM ERNEST RAVEN Jr., son of S.E. RAVEN, were united in marriage, with Rev. M.A. RITZEN, the bride's pastor, reading the service.

B. COLEMAN REMICK-PAULINE DAVIDSON
Victoria Advocate, September 14, 1930
The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss PAULINE DAVIDSON to B. COLEMAN REMICK was announced at a lovely appointed tea given by Mrs. H.A. ABSHIER at her home on Friday. The tea was one of the most beautiful and tastefully arranged social functions held in the city for some time. Little Miss ANN ABSHIER, dressed in apricot chiffon, met the guests at the door.

ARTDUR REUTER-LOUISE FARBER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 16, 1930
ARTDUR REUTER and Miss LOUISE FARBER were quietly married at the parsonage of Our Lady of Lourdes Church yesterday afternoon at 6:30, Rev. L. ESTCHENBERG performing the ceremony.

JOHN ROECKER-ISABELLA WAGNER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 5, 1905
This morning at 7:30 at the high altar of the German Catholic Church of this city, Rev. F.X. HECK united in marriage JOHN ROECKER and Miss ISABELLA WAGNER. The ceremony was brief but was very solemn and impressive. The young couple whose hoe, lives and destinies were united are Victorians. The groom is a mechanic and had a shop on Spring Creek. The bride is a lovely daughter of WILLIAM WAGNER, a prominent farmer of Spring Creek neighborhood. They will make their home in San Antonio.

R.B. ROOS-ANGELA REGAN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, April 30, 1907
The palatial Regan residence on Diamond Hill, the interior of which had been tastily and elaborately decorated with Easter lilies, ferns and palms, was the scene of a pretty home wedding yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The contracting parties were R.B. ROOS and Miss ANGELA REGAN. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F.X. HECK in the presence of immediate relatives only.

SAM SAMUSCH-FLORENCE HALFIN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 6, 1907
The Synagogue in this city was the scene this morning at nine o'clock of a most beautiful marriage ceremony. The contracting parties to this solemn obligation were Mr. SAM SAMUSCH of Hallettsville and Miss FLORENCE HALFIN of this city. Rabbi HENRY BARNSTEIN of Houston officiated. Miss IDA GRAMANN presided at the organ. The groom is a prominent young man of Hallettsville and the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS HALFIN of this city. The bridal couple left on the 10:40 train this morning for New Orleans and other points.

LOUIS SCHERER-LIZZIE HIRSCHHAUSER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, September 18, 1907
LOUIS SCHERER, a prominent young farmer of the Garcitas neighborhood, and Miss LIZZIE HIRSCHHAUSER, the popular and charming young daughter of County Commissioner and Mrs. C.F. HIRSCHHAUSER of Inez, were married at the home of the bride's parents this morning. Rev. J.B. HUDSON officiated.

RAYMOND SCHERLEN-ANN GRAY
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 23, 1957
Miss ANN GRAY, bride-elect of RAYMOND SCHERLEN, was honored at a personal shower given recently in the home of Mrs. R.L. MERRILL Jr., hostess, with Miss FAYE PRATER as co-hostess. Guests included Mrs. B. L. FOREMAN, and Misses BROWN, SHERILYN BRADY, SANDRA SITTERLE, CHARLOTTE SPOON, NELDA JACOBS and PHYLIS MILAM.

CHARLES SCHUCHERT-KATHERINE WILDEN
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 5, 1907
The German Catholic Church recently at high noon presented a festive appearance, the occasion being the sacred ceremony uniting in marriage CHARLES SCHUCHERT and Miss KATHERINE WILDEN. The groom is a son of LOUIS SCHUCHERT and the bride is the daughter of JOHN WILDEN.

A.T. SENGELE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 7, 1929
Mr. and Mrs. A.T. SENGELE will be at home to their friends at their residence at 502 East Juan Linn Street in this city from Sunday afternoon in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary and, also, Mr. SENGELE's 81st birthday anniversary, both of which will occur on Tuesday, December 10. Mr. SENGELE also has the distinction of being the oldest native born resident of Victoria.

LEONARD SHROPSHIRE-ALICE MARY CLARK
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 10, 1905
Married at the residence of Miss LILLIE CLARK, 605 Liberty St., on Tuesday, May 9, at 7:30 a.m. were Miss ALICE MARY CLARK and Mr. LEONARD SHROPSHIRE, Judge H.A. CARSNER officiating in a most impressive manner. Mr. and Mrs. SHROPSHIRE left on the early train for San Antonio and other points on their bridal tour; whence they go to Beaumont to make that city their residence.

DOUGLAS SIGMUND-ELNORA SPRINGER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 26, 1907
DOUGLAS SIGMUND, son of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN SIGMUND, and Miss ELNORA SPRINGER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JOE SPRINGER, were quietly married at the home of the bride's parents Tuesday evening. Rev. Father ETSCHENBERG officiated. The groom is a well-known saddler of this city, and a most worthy young man. His charming bride is one of Victoria's most popular and accomplished young ladies.

E.J. SIMON-KATIE FIMBEL
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 24, 1906
Last night at 9 o'clock E.J. SIMON and Miss KATIE FIMBEL, both of this city, surprised all their many friends and acquaintances by meeting Father EISCHENBURG and a few persons at the German Catholic Church,where the solemn ceremonies were performed which forever united them as man and wife. Mr. SIMON is a very prominent business man and is proprietor of the "Simon Market." The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JOE FIMBEL and is one of the most popular young ladies of the city. They were both born and reared in this city and will reside at 504 S. Liberty St.

LEWIS SMITH-EMMA DIEBEL
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 17, 1904
F.R. DIEBEL, who was in the city today from Mission Valley, reports that his daughter, Miss EMMA, was united in marriage to Mr. LEWIS SMITH yesterday afternoon. The popular young couple have the best wishes of a host of friends for a pleasant voyage on life's uncertain deep.

W.H. SMITH-KATE FLEMING
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 5, 1907
One of the most beautiful home weddings ever solemnized in this city took place this afternoon at the residence of T.N. FLEMING at 2 o'clock. The contracting parties were Miss KATE FLEMING and Prof. W.H. SMITH. The Rev. J.B. JUDSON officiated.

CLAUDE SEYMORE STEELE-HAZEL HATCH
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 26, 1908
Miss HAZEL HATCH and CLAUDE SEYMORE STEELE were married at the home of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.A. HATCH, in the northern suburbs of the city yesterday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. JOHN B. HUDSON of the First Presbyterian Church officiated. The bride is a most beautiful and accomplished young lady and during her brief residence here has become quite popular. She is a graduate of Ferry Hall Seminary of Lake Forest, Ill., and of the Indiana State University. The groom is a graduate of the Northwestern University of Chicago, Ill. and a prominent young businessman of Carthage, Okla. The couple was schoolmates in Kenland, Ind., and friends from childhood. Mr. and Mrs. Steele left on the afternoon train for Galveston on their honeymoon. They will make their home in Carthage, Oklahoma.

ARTHUR STEVENS-JOSEPHINE SLOANE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 3, 1905
ARTHUR STEVENS of McGregor and Miss JOSEPHINE SLOANE of Spring Creek were quietly married at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. JOSEPHUS JOHNSON Sunday evening. The bride is one of Victoria County's most lovely and popular young daughters and the groom is a man of sterling worth and has many friends in this section.

LLOYD M. STEVENS-ROBERTA CALLENDER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 18, 1903
Married: Mr. LLOYD M. STEVENS to Miss ROBERTA CALLENDER. Rev. A.W. BURROUGHS of the Episcopal Church officiated. The bride is a popular young lady of Victoria, noble in character and of great talent, especially accomplished in the musical world. The groom, also of Victoria, is a man of sterling worth and recognized business ability, one who can number his friends by the score.

JOHN J. STOCKBAUER-KANDLER
Victoria Advocate, October 21, 1930
JOHN J. STOCKBAUER and Miss OTHELIA FRANCIS KANDLER were married last Tuesday morning at 9:00 at St. Mary's Church. Rev. LAMBERT SHIEL performed the ceremony.

GEORGE STONER-MAYME JOHNSON
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 3, 1907
GEORGE STONER and Miss MAYME JOHNSON will be married at the Presbyterian Church in Austin tomorrow. Rev. JOSEPHUS JOHNSON will officiate. The bride-elect is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MATTHEW JOHNSON of Austin and a sister of Mrs. JOHN B. HUDSON of this city. Mr. STONER is a son of W.L. STONER, a prominent stockman of this section and is a most popular and deserving young man.

R.K. TURPEN-HERMA EDLINE ALBRECHT
Victoria Advocate, November 3, 1930
Miss HERMA EDLINE ALBRECHT, charming young daughter of Mrs. H.M. ALBRECHT of this city, and R.K. TURPEN, formerly of Austin, were quietly married Thursday evening at the home of the bride's mother, 901 South Liberty Street. Rev. LAMBERT SCHIEL performed the ceremony in the prescence of a few immediate friends. The groom is a most worthy young man. He only recently established the Victoria Typewriter Exchange here in the Max Lerner building on South Main Street and is doing a thriving business.

HENRY C. URBAN-JOSEPHINE WAGNER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, November 22, 1906
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. BUCHMAN, two miles west from town, a very pretty home wedding was celebrated last night at 7 o'clock. The contracting parties were Mr. HENRY C. URBAN and Miss JOSEPHINE WAGNER. After the wedding the guests were invited to the dining hall, where an elegant wedding supper awaited them. Miss Wagner was born and reared in this county and is a very popular young lady, who is loved by her friends for her many excellent traits of character. The groom is a prosperous young farmer of the county.

VANDENBERGE, Mr. & Mrs. J.V. (Anniversary)
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, March 11, 1906
A most lovely function to lend its halo of brightness to Victoria's social circles was the occasion of Saturday evening, March 3rd, when at their attractive home Mr. and Mrs. J.V. VANDENBERGE received - and in due honor of a noteworthy event, thus signalized the date as marking the fifteenth milestone in their journey of wedded life. Most propitious indeed must have been the benign influences which fifteen years ago united the destinies of two young lives, and reaching down through the length of time brought in such happy note the period which Saturday evening in its pleasing record proclaimed.

HERMAN J. VOGT- ROSIE WEBER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 4, 1931
HERMAN J. VOGT, popular filling station proprietor of the western suburbs of this city and one of this county's most estimable young men, was married to Miss ROSIE WEBER, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. FRED WEBER of the Weber community of this county and a fair and accomplished young lady, at Trinity Lutheran Church in this city Wednesday afternoon in the presence of a large congregation of relatives and friends, Rev. MARTIN A. RITZEN performing the ceremony.

J.P.WAGNER-MYRTLE WEBBER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, May 2, 1907
The marriage of J.P. WAGNER and Miss MYRTLE WEBBER was solemnized yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.H. WEBBER in this city. The Rev. F.W. WHITE oficiated. The groom is a young mechanic of Houston, who now lives at Cheatham, Colorado County, and is quite a promising young man. He was formerly brakeman on the Victoria Division of the G.H. and S.A. Railroad. The bride is a young lady highly esteemed among her numerous friends.

HOWARD WEAVER-EDNA HAMILTON
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, February 20, 1930
Miss EDNA HAMILTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.B. HAMILTON of Telferner, and HOWARD WEAVER of Fort Worth were married at the First Baptist Church in Midland on St. Valentine Day. Miss HAMILTON was reared in Victoria County. She was valedictorian of the class of 1923 at Patti Welder High School and honor graduate of Texas Christian University. She is now engaged in teaching commercial subjects in McCamey High School. Mr. WEAVER is manager of the McCamey Oil Well Supply Co.

EARNEST WEHMEYER-JOSEPHINE MOORE
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 9, 1928
A wedding of interest to a large circle of friends was that of Miss JOSEPHINE MOORE, daughter of Mrs. MARY MOORE of Alice, to Captain EARNEST WEHMEYER of Rockport, which was solemnized Thursday, Nov. 22. Captain Wehmeyer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. WEHMEYER, honored and respected farmers of this community.

J.R. WEISIGER-DAISY BOYD
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, June 19, 1906
This morning at 9 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents, ten miles north of town, Mr. J.R. WEISIGER, formerly of this city, and Miss DAISY BOYD were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, Rev. J.E. MARTIN officiating. The groom, son of R.S. WEISIGER of this city, holds a lucrative position as bill clerk on the T. and N.O., a division of the Southern Pacific.

ROBERT FRED WEST-CARRIE VOGT
Victoria Advocate, August 26, 1930
ROBERT FRED WEST and Miss CARRIE VOGT were married at the Trinity Lutheran Church last night. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. ROWALDT of Schroeder in the absence of Rev. MARTIN A. RITZEN, the pastor.

COY H. WHITE-MARY LUCILLE EVANS
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, January 20, 1930
Culminating a romance that began in early high school days, COY H. WHITE and Miss MARY LUCILLE EVANS, popular Victoria couple, Sunday morning were united in holy wedlock at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. T.O. RORIE Jr. performing the ceremony.

SAM C. WILDEN-AGNES KREHMEIER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, July 1, 1931
SAM C. WILDEN and Miss AGNES KREHMEIER were married at St. Mary's Rectory in this city at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Rev. LAMBERT SCHIEL performed the cereony. Mr. WILDEN, the son of Mrs. PETER WILDEN, is a prominent young planter of this county and a most popular and capable young man. His winsome young bride is the accomplished daughter of Mrs. ANNA KREHMEIER of this city.

ROY C. WILHELM-ELLA LOUISE GRIER
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, December 15, 1930
A childhood romance culminated in the marriage of ROY C. WILHELM and Miss ELLA LOUISE GRIER at the residence of Rev. A.J. CARSON, Baptist minister.

THOMAS MILTON WRIGHT-HAZEL MASON
VICTORIA ADVOCATE, November 17, 1929
Miss HAZEL MASON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.S. MASON of Yoakum, and THOMAS MILTON WRIGHT of this city were united in marriage Saturday evening at the Presbyterian manse, Rev. J.J. WESTER performing the ceremony. Only immediate relatives of the young couple witnessed the marriage, the impressive ring service being used. The bride was very attractive, attired in a lovely frock of blue crepe satin with all accessories to harmonize. Mr. WRIGHT is a popular salesman, having a position with the local Ford agency, the Gonzales Motor Company.


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