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Oconto County Reporter
February 9, 1911

Marriage licenses;
William C. Darr to Marie Leneau, both of Oconto;
Geo. M. Baten of Wrightstown to Minnie Van Den Heuvel of Chase;
George Glewinski of Pulaski to Maryanna Szweda of Chase.

 Oconto County Reporter
February 23, 1911
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Miss Lucille VanHecks of the town of Oconto and Mr. John LaCombe of this city were united in marriage at St. Joseph’s church Tuesday morning at nine.  Rev. Fr. Selbach performing the ceremony.

 Oconto County Reporter
March 2, 1911
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Miss Pearl Shufelt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Shufelt and Mr. Frank McMongal were quietly married at the German Lutheran parsonage Tuesday evening at eight by the Rev. H. Eisenbach.

Marriage licenses—Carl T. Edmark of North Dakota to Effie Johnson of Maple Valley.

 Oconto County Reporter
March 9, 1911

News was received here last Friday of the marriage of Mr. Walter Geschke of this city and Miss Adafine Gering of Brookside.  The marriage was performed in Milwaukee February 28 at eight in the evening.

 Oconto County Reporter
April 20, 1911

Miss Rose Tourtillott of this city and Mr. Teles Mocco of Couillardville were united in marriage Wednesday morning at Eleven at the bride’s home by Justice DonLevy.

Marriage licenses -
Robert A. Clark of Milwaukee to Esther Fitzgerald of Oconto Falls;
Clyde Davis to Florence May Wright, both of Mountain;
Frank H. Trepanier of Oconto to Emma Wondrash of Oconto Falls;
William John Gandt to Anna Zastrow, both of Gillett;
William Ziesmer to Vaniara Ottie Widger, both of Lena;
Fred Londry to Clara Boisvert, both of Lena;
John Kinnert to Emma Londry, both of Stiles.

 Oconto County Reporter
May 11, 1911

The marriage of Miss Prudence Francart and Mr. Joseph Renier, both of Pensaukee was solemnized Tuesday morning in St. Peter’s Church by Rev. Fr. Vanier.

St. Peter’s church was the scene of a quiet but pretty wedding Wednesday morning at seven when Miss Mary Violetta Morrow became the bride of Mr. Joseph R. Heller, Rev. Fr. Vanier performing the ceremony.

 Oconto County Reporter
July 20, 1911
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Miss Ora Sedo of the Town of Little River and Albert Bellow of Stiles were married Tuesday afternoon by Justice J. A. Donlevy.

Edward McDougal and Miss Mamie Rabas were united in marriage last Wednesday.

The following marriage license was issued by county clerk Norton this week;
Joseph Spice, Jr., of Oconto Falls to Augusta M.R. Wolf of Stiles.

 Oconto County Reporter
November 23, 1911
 researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

A very pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Peters church, Wednesday morning at eight when Miss Alice Antoinette Trudeau became the bride of Mr. Arthur P. Lennaville, Rev. Fr. Vanier performing the ceremony.

The following marriage licenses were issued this week:
Mitchell Wapano to Josephine Hawanus, both of Keshena;
Arthur Kliefoth to Cora Marie Meyer, both of Morgan;
Henry Hanson to Emma Faulds, both of Oconto;
Michael Ehlinger to Pauline Elfe, both of How;
Arthur Lennaville to Alice Trudeau, both of Oconto.

 Oconto County Reporter
December 21, 1911
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Whiting at two yesterday afternoon when their only daughter, Miss Stella Ethel, became the bride of Mr. George Wm. Clayton, son of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Clayton of the South Ward, Rev. R.J. McLandress of the Presbyterian church officiating.