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1916
NEWSPAPER   REPORTED  MARRIAGES
IN  OLD  OCONTO  COUNTY

Not all issues of past newspapers have been saved to microfilm, however, every effort is being made to research what is available for this collection. Our goal is to help in researching ancestors and add a sense of history. This page is a continuing effort and will be added to, often, as more research is completed.


Oconto County Reporter
January 20, 1916
researched by Richard LaBrosse

The marriage of Miss Emma Poirier and Mr. Charles Ledvina, both of this city, was solemnized at St. Peter’s church Wednesday morning at six by Rev. Fr. Chateu tying the nuptial knot.  The bride wore a becoming suit of brown with hat to match.  Miss Jane Saucier attended the bride and Mr. Clyde Davis acted as groomsman.
 


 OCONTO COUNTY REPORTER
April 27, 1916
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Mr. Charles H. Collins and Miss Marie Hanek, both of the town of Lena were married Wednesday afternoon at two by Judge H. F. Jones at his office in the courthouse.
 


 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
June 1, 1916
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse 

Miss Mae Haines and Mr. Thomas Mathewson were united in marriage last Saturday afternoon at the home of the bride on McDonald street, Rev. Bowden, Pastor of the M.E. church, tying the nuptial knot.
 


 Oconto Country Reporter
June 22, 1916

Miss Clara Jackson Fleming became the bride of Mr. Percy Williams.  The bride was given away by her father.  Miss Bernice McLean of Marinette played the wedding march.

Mr. Benjamin J. Rohan of Oconto and Miss Eva Philpott, Menominie, Wisconsin, were married at the home of the brides aunt, Mrs. Stark, in Menominie last Thursday afternoon at five.  Rev. William Philpott, father of the bride who is a Methodist minister, performed the ceremony.
 


 Oconto County Reporter
August 24, 1916

The following marriage licenses were issued this week by County clerk H.C. Orr. 
Herbert Zorn to Emma Goldsmith, both of Little River. 
Albert Brotz of Shawano County to Tillie Rusch of Underhill. 
Joseph F. Boehler of Breed to Mary Rockman of Underhill.
Casiminz Kubiak of Krakow to Helen Sczeveda of Morgan. 
Victor Belongia to Lizzie Nowak, both of Little River.

 


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