IN OLD OCONTO COUNTY
Jan. 12, 1884
Sharpley – Elliott
At the residence of the bride’s
father, in Little River, Wis., Jan. 8, 1884, by Rev. W. C. Bancroft,
Cyrus Sharpley, of Norway, Mich. And Miss Laura A. Elliott, of Little
Adams – Powell
In this city January 12, 1884, by Rev. W. G. Bancroft, Mr. Ira Adams and Kate Powell, both of Big Suamico, Wis.
Watters - Bailey
There is to be a marriage in this city this
evening. The parties
to the interesting event are well and favorably known, both having
in our midst many years. That they May be happy and enjoy a domestic
as boundless as time and enduring as eternity, is the sincere wish of
Reporter. Tonight Miss Mary Watters and Mr. L. S. Bailey will be united
in the holy bonds of matrimony.
Bailey – Watters
At the residence of the bride’s
parents, Saturday evening, Jan. 19,
1884, by the Rev. J. H. Kerr, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Mr. L.
S. Bailey and Miss Mary Watters, both of this city.
Emery – Hibbard
At the residence of the brides mother in St.
George, New Brunswick,
on Monday, January 21, 1884, Mr. James T. Emery of West Bay City,
and Miss Minnie Hibbard, of St. George, N. B. The young couple are well
and favorably known in this city, where they have a host of friends and
well wishers. The bride is a daughter of the late Honorable Francis
of New Brunswick and the sister of Mrs. W. H. Young, of this city, with
who she spent nearly two years and who while here endeared herself to a
large circle of acquaintances and friends by her winsome ways and
impulse. The bride groom is an Oconto boy, having lived here many years
with his father, Nicholas Emery, whom for a long time was in charge of
the Holt and Balcom’s extensive milling interests here. He is
a young man
of the business and social qualities, upright and correct in life, and
one who will be in power in society for good. A singular coincidence
with the marriage of the young people was that it occurred the same day
that Uncle Paul McDonald, the bride’s Uncle reached his 70th
making congratulations reciprocal.
Grady – Pagel
March 4th 1884, by Frank Diemer, justice of the peace at his office in this city, Mr. Otto Grady and Miss Ida Pagel, both of Little River.
Cayo – Payant
At St. Peter’s church, in this city, Feb . 19, 1884, by Rev, Fr. Valliant , pastor, Mr. Louis Cayo and Miss Cleotide Payant, both of Maple Valley Crossing, (Lena I. O.) The bride is the Daughter of Alphonse Payant, one of the most enterprizing men of our county, and we hope that she has done well, and that she and her husband will experience joy and prosperity.
At the residence of Jacob Messenger on Friday evening, March 28th, 1884, by Rev. J. H. Kerr, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Mr. Henry Reinholdt of Reedsville, Wis., and Miss Mary Messenger, of this city. The bridegroom reached here at 9 o’clock the evening of the marriage which was solemnized soon after his arrival and he and his bride left next morning at 4:10 o’clock on their bridal tour. Mr. Reinhold is a young man of excellent character and business qualifications and is well thought of by all who enjoy his acquaintance. The bride has resided in this city many years, in fact, most of her life has been spent amongst us, and all who knew her appreciate her worth and she departs from the home of her childhood followed by the best wishes of friends.
Shew – Petty
At the house of James L. Glynn in the town of Oconto, on the 3rd day of April, 1884, Nathaniel U. Shew, of Brookside, Wisc. to Miss Carrie Petty of the same place, by James A. Glynn, Esq. The happy couple departed at once on their wedding tour to Crystal Falls, Mich.
Young – Tillman
At Mayville, Dodge County, Wisc., on Monday, March 31st, 1884, by Rev. O. S. Smith, of Fon du Lac, Mr. Alexander Young, of Oconto and Miss Augusta E. Tillman, of Mayville. The happy bridegroom with his beautiful bride, returned to his home on Tuesday evening, where they were given a reception by their friends and relatives. That they maybe happy is the earnest wish of all that enjoy their acquaintance.
Page - Dean
Frank A. Page, of this city, and Miss Lydia Dean of Green Bay, were united in marriage at the residence of A. Greenwood, in Florence on Monday, March 31, 1884, by the Rev. H. P. Cory. Mr. Pages many friends in this city wish him and his bride a happy and prosperous voyage through life.
Johnson – Johnson
By Frank Diemer, justice of the peace, at his
office in this city
April 9, 1884, Mr. John Johnson and Miss Carren Johnson.
Keegan – McMahon
At the residence of the brides parents, in the town of Maple Valley, April 3, 1884, by the Rev. S. H. Couch, Mr. Samuel Keegan and Miss Mary McMahon, of Maple Valley, Oconto Co., Wis.
Trecarten – Smith
April 10, 1884, by the Rev. S. H. Couch, Mr. John Trecarten and Miss Maud Smith, both of Maple Valley, Oconto County, Wis.
Labor – Rowell
At the residence of the bride’s
parents in the town of Pensaukee,
April 8, 1884, by Hunter Orr, Esq. Mr. George S. Labor, of Cedar River,
Mich., and Miss Mary E. Rowell, of Pensaukee, Oconto Co., Wis.
Longrie – Degeneffe
By F. Deimer, justice of the peace, at his office in this city, April 22, 1884, Mr. Peter Longrie and Miss Mary Degeneffe, both of the town of Oconto.
Maynard – Baraba
At Nagaunee, Mich. April 21, 1884. Mr. Jos.
C. Maynard, of this city,
and Miss Mary Baraba, of Nagaunee, Mich.
The cards have been issued for the marriage
of B. F. Tilton, of Green
Bay, son of Frank Tilton, of the Advocate, and Miss Minnie Chamberlin,
of Fort Howard, the ceremony to take place at the residence of the
parents, on next Wednesday evening, May 7.
Johnson – Robbins
In this city May 14, 1884, by Rev W. J. Bancroft, Mr. John Johnson and Miss Mary E. Robbins, both of Stiles, Wis.
Pasek – Rabas
At the residence of Joseph Hausner in the city of Oconto, May 8, 1884, by Frank Deimer, justice of the peace, Mr. James Pasek, of Maple Valley and Miss Francis Rabas, of Oconto, city.
Nutt – Lowell
In the town of Oconto, Sunday, May 11, 1884, by J. S. Ordway, justice of the peace, Mr. Nathaniel Nutt and Miss Ada Lowell, both of Abrams, Oconto Co. Wis. We sincerely hope that Nathaniel will never prove a hard Nutt to Ada, and that their domestic associations during their earthly pilgrimage will be of such a character, that many little Nutts will come to them to be cracked with a slipper; and that in due time, the shells of the parent Nutts will be broken that their kernels may go forth to be clothed with immortality.
Hodgins – Stephenson
At Marinette, May 20, 1884, Mr. Joshua
Hodgins and Miss Maggie Stephenson,
both of Marinette.
Mr. Hodgins is a young gentleman of high moral character and splendid
business qualifications. The bride is the daughter of the Hon. Isaac
and exceedingly popular wherever known. We congratulate both on the
event, which we are confident will result in happiness.
On Thursday next, Mr. and M. B. Miller (Jake Scheider) will be united in marriage to Miss Maggie Dow, of Winchester, Ill., a most amiable and attractive young lady, we extend to “Jake” and his estimable “Katrina” out hearty congratulations, and express the wish that Pocahontas (der shild) May repeat itself numerously – to the joy of Bert and Maggie.
Moran – Barker
At the residence of the bride’s mother in this city, June 9, 1884, by the Rev. J. H. Kerr, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Mr. Dennis Moran and Miss Flora Barker, both of this city. The happy couple has many friends in this city who wish them all the joy and prosperity vouchsafe to mortals and none more sincere then those connected with the Reporter establishment.
Miller – Dow
At the residence of the bride’s
mother, Tuesday evening, June 3rd
1884, by the Rev. Dr. Lyman, Mr. Marion B. Miller, of Homer, N.Y., and
Miss Maggie A. Dow, of Winchester, Ill. Well,
“Jake” has gone and done
it and we hope has found a woman who is “True
Blue.” His many friends in
this city wish him and the lady of his choice, all the joy and
that the most sanguine could expect or anticipate, and that in due time
a real flesh and blood Pochontas, will join their family to bless their
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, Miss Grace E
Walsh and Mr. Thomas
G. Delaney were married. The ceremony occurred at St. Joseph church and
was performed by the Rev. Fr. Sweibach. The bride was attended by Miss
Maggie Walsh, the bride's sister, and the groom by Mr. Foley as
man”. The church was well filled with the friends of the
who are exceedingly popular in our city, having resided here since
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Karcek – Kobes – July 14, 1884, by Frank Deimer justice of the peace, at his office in this city, Mr. John Karcek and Miss Mary Kobes, both of Oconto.
Louise and Walter
Saturday evening, August 2nd, 1884, at 8 o'clock, Miss E Louise Grunnert and Walter J. Ellis were married. The ceremony occurred at the Presbyterian church and was performed by the Rev. J. H. Kerr, pastor. Although the weather was unpropitious and stormy, the church was filled with the friends of the contracting parties who have a multitude of friends in this city, the bride having lived here most of her life and endeared herself to all by her quiet and winning ways, and the groom, who is a nephew of Mr. O. A. Ellis and who came from the east about three years ago and has been a frequent visitor to this city, his, by his gentlemanly deportment, made himself exceedingly popular with all who have made his acquaintance.
Clark – LaPauny – At
Marinette, Wis. August 6, 1884, by C. E. Daley,
justice of the peace, Mr. H. W. Clark and Miss Josephine LaPauny, both
If Matt Armstrong, of How, has not already
done so, he will soon
leave for Brussels, Canada, for the purpose of visiting relatives.
says; that when he returns, he will be accompanied by a lady who will
his name and be his wife. That is just as it should be Matt, and we
congratulations in advance.
Hill – Leigh – At the residence of Mr. Thomas Leigh, at Leightown, on the 15th of August, by Rev. J. H. Kerr, Mr. Jerome M. Hill, of Minneapolis, Minn., and Miss Ada Leigh of Leighton, Oconto, Wis.
W. A. McKinley, came down from Dagget, Mich.,
where he had been resticating
several weeks Monday, and after shaking hands with his many
friends in this city he left for Leighton where he will teach the
Lee – Perrigo
At the residence of Mr. Harrison Perrigo, the bride's father, in this city Friday, August 22nd 1884, by Rev. W. G. Bancroft pastor of the M. E. church, Mr. Charles Lee and Miss Pearlie Perrigo, both of Oconto.
Lebeau – LaCourt
By Frank Deimer justice of the peace, at his office in the city of Oconto, September 1st, 1884, Mr. Joseph Pierre Lebeau and Miss Mathilda LaCourt, both of Oconto.
Maloney – Myers
At St. Joseph church in the city of Oconto, by the Rev. Fr. Sweibach, September 1st, 1884, Mr. Patrick Maloney and Miss Agnes Myers, both of Oconto.
Kelly – McGovern At St.
Joseph's church, September 8th, 1884
at 8 o'clock am by the Rev. Fr. Swiebach, Mr. John Kelly, of Marinette
Miss Maggie McGovern, of Oconto.
Picken – Lucas At the Methodist parsonage in this city, Sept. 15th, 1884, by Rev. W. G. Bancroft, Mr. Thomas R. Picken and Miss Emma Lucas, both of Oconto.
On Sunday, the 14th, Mrs. Mahala Sutton and
Mr. Joseph Churchill
were united in marriage.
The marriage of Mr. T. A. Pamperin and Miss
Nellie Birningham took
place Wednesday evening, Oct. 29, 1884 at the residence of the bride's
parents. About 100 relatives and friends were present. The Rev.
W. Rowbotham of Seymour performed the ceremony.
Balls - O'Leary -
In this city Nov. 14, 1884, by Frank Deimer, justice of the peace, William Balls, of Peshtigo and Miss Kate O'Leary, of Oconto Falls.
The happy event which made Mr. Will H. Dutton and Miss Dora Burgess, both of Abrams, man and wife, occurred at the residence of S. Dutton, Wednesday evening, December 10th, 1884, in the presence of a large number of invited guests and relatives of the happy couple. The presents received by Mr. and Mrs. Dutton were many and beautiful, and they start out on the matrimonial sea followed by the best wishes of a host of friends, and none more genuine and earnest then those from the Reporter.
Married on the 6th inst., at the residence of
the bridegroom by Vernon
Cole, justice of the peace for the town of Little River, Mr. Joseph
Krumpus of the same place and Miss Mary Stapal, of city of Oconto.
Wurl – McLeod –
In this city, Dec. 22nd, 1884, by G. W. Wilcox, Justice of the peace, G. A. Wurl to Laura McCloud, both of Shawano.
Feak – Wise
At the residence of the bride’s parents, Little River, Nov. 11, Charles Feak, of Oshkosh, and Henrietta E. Wise, of Little River by E. L. Widger, Justice of the peace.
Ford - Dukelow
A quiet wedding ceremony was preformed at the residence of Mr. Peter Shufelt, in this city at 5:00 on Wednesday (Christmas Eve) the contracting parities being Mr. J. S. Ford, of this city, and Miss Grace Dukelow, of LaCrosse, Wis., sister of Mrs. Shufelt. The marriage rites were performed by Rev. S. W. Ford, father of the groom, and only the relatives of the happy couple and limited number of friends were present.