I've always said "If you send it in, I'll make a page for it" and so we have started the Shawano Marriage Page -- thanks Cathe for motivating me!  Since spellings can vary GREATLY, I would suggest browsing the page instead of relying on our PICO search engine, which only searches for EXACT spellings.  These are from various sources including the Shawano FHC newspaper marriages and Wayne & Alta Guyant's "FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY".  If you have any marriages that you'd like to share & list here, just send them on in! I know this will be one of our most accessed pages!


MARRIAGES
August 12, 1861
"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
HEINRICK F.  R.  SCHULZ and HENRIETTE C.  A.  SCHEVE
March 1, 1863

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
WILLIAM JONES and BELLE DODGE
August 25, 1863

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
MOSES ARTHUR(Half Breed) and FRANCES A. COURBILLE (Half Breed)
January 12, 1864

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
??? and MARIA DOROTHEA H. EBERT

NOTE: "This is my great-great grandmother. I have the marriage registration, which is dated 16 Feb 1871 (which made it hard to find). The husband given as Carl F. FINGER, Minister, of Pella, born in Megow, Prussia, son of Michael and Wilhelmina Finger. The bride is given as Marie Dorotha H. EBERT, daughter of Frederick and Maria Ebert. The marriage was on 12 Jan 1864, in Bell Plain, and conducted by C. A. Schanke.
Carl F. Finger and C. A. Schanke were both ministers of the Evangelical Association. "
Mark H. Finger, Huntsville, AL


January 17, 1864
"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN M. SCHWEERS and THERESA AUGUSTE KRUEGER
September 2, 1864

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN AINSWORTH and ELIZABETH JONES
July 4, 1864

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOSEPH MAURER and EMILY DODGE
Thursday, July 20, 1865

MARRIED on Sunday evening, July 16th by Judge Maurer, at his residence, DANIEL MONTOUR and Miss JULIA T. MILLER, youngest daughter of H. D. Miller, Esq.
On Sunday, July l6th, by Charles Sumnicht, Esq., at his residence in Hartland, WILLIAM E. WESCOTT and ABIGAL RICHMOND.
Thursday, November 23, 1865

MARRIED by Judge Maurer, at his residence, on the 27th of October, ALEXANDER KETSON to Miss SOPHIA WE-SHE-CO-BA, all of Keshena.
By the same person, at the same time and place, JOHN PETERS to Miss SHA-NETE-IY-A-SHA, all of Keshena.
Thursday, July 12, 1866

MARRIED- PETERSON-BONNETT. On Saturday, July 1st, by E. D. Gumarer, Esq., Lieut. ALEXANDER PETERSON, of Belle Plaine, and MARY BONNETT, a teacher in the school in this village. Lieut. Peterson, and his wife, have our best wishes for their future happiness. May they live long enough to enjoy all of life's blessings, and none of its ills.
Thursday, August 30, 1866

MARRIED- WILEY-McCORD. - In this village, at the residence of the bride's father, on Monday the 2?th inst., by Julius A. Murray, Esq., assisted by Rev. J. L. Hewitt, Postmaster SPENCER WILEY and Miss RHODA McCORD, all of this village. Spencer, may you and your gentle bride, pluck the roses of life and never feel their thorns, and through life have no trying campaigns to undergo, no forced marches to make, and at peaceful eve, "go into camp" by the clear waters of the River of Eternal Life.
Thursday, Sept. 6, 1866

MARRIED- FIELDS - NOYCE. - By Judge Maurer at his residence on Sunday the 9th inst. HARVEY FIELDS and Mrs. SARAH NOYCE. "Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favor of the Lord."
Thursday, July 4, 1867

MARRIED- At Belle Plaine, on the 26th inst., by E. D, Gumaer, Esq., Mr. MATTHEW B. McALLISTER, of Oshkosh, and Miss JANE SANDERS of Belle Plaine.
August 10, 1867

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
LEWIS J. PARKER and Anna E. CRANE
September 22, 1867

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CHARLES DARIAS and Luvina PYE
Thursday, Oct. 17, 1867

MARRIED - CHRISTENSON-WILKS.—At the residence of Wm. Wilks, Esq., on Oct. 13th, 1867, by D. H. Pulcifer, Esq., Mr. HANCE CHRISTENSON of Pine River, Waushara county, to MissSARAH ELIZABETH WILKS, of Richmond, Shawano Co. The newly married pair receives our hearty congratulations and may they live long and happily.
November 1, 1867

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
EARL F. W. SHEVE and Carolina M. RAASCH
November 21, 1867

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
THOMAS H. McNICKEL and ELIZA J. SHANNON
Thursday, Nov. 28, 1867

MARRIED - Nov. 21st, 1867, at the residence of J. D. Magee, in Shawano, by the Rev. E. W. Stevens, Mr. T. H. McNICHOL and Miss ELIZA J. SHANNON, all of the above named place.
November 28, 1867

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ROBERT E. JEFFEREY and FLORA E. WRIGHT
In Keshena, Wis., on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, 1867, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. E. W. Stevens, Mr. ROBERT E. JEFFEREY, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Miss FLORA E. WRIGHT, of the former place.
December 2, 1867

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
FERD F. SCHWERDLFEGER and M. S. WESTPHAL
December 22, 1867

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CARL F. WM. REINKE and FREDERICKE ERDMAN
February 8, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JAMES H. COUKHELL and SARAH E. CONKLAN
February 8, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ALFRED P. CHASE and MARY E. CONKLAN
April 8, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN ABRAHAM and HARRIET E. NOBLE
Thursday, April 23, 1868

MARRIED- In this village, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. E. W.  Stevens, Mr. JOHN ABRAHAM, to Miss HARRIETT E. NOBLE, all of Belle Plaine. Stick to her John, for she's a NOBLE "gal".
April 26, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
W. HENRY MURDOCK and SARAH F. CRANE
April 26, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
FRANK O. PERRY and HELEN B. CRANE
May 2, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN LATENDER and MARY MITCHILL (Indian)
Thursday, May 14, 1868

MARRIED- In the town of Waukechon, May 2d, by Judge Maurer, Mr.  JOHN LATENDER and Miss MARY MITCHILL, all of Waukechon, Shawano Co., Wis.
By Rev. E. W. Stevens, in this village on the 26th ult., Mr. W. HENRY MURDOCK to Miss SARAH F. CRANE, all of Belle Plaine.
By the same, on 26th ult., Mr. FRANK O. PERRY to Miss HELEN B. CRANE, all of Belle Plaine.
June 12, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN F. BRADHAGEN and AUGUSTA W. F. ZAHN
August 15, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
HENRY COLE and MARY E. HOWE
August 22, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
FREDRICK RASHKE and WILHELMINE BECKER
October 6, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
DAVID BRUSEWITZ and ERNISTINE SOHR
November 8, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
MICHAEL F. STARK and HENRIETTE W. STROHLOW
November 8, 1868

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CARL F. A. WISMAN and ERNSTINE C. ZIBELL
March 22, 1855?

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOSEPH MAUZER and LOUISE HOW
January 3, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CARL FRIEDRICH WILHELM SEIDELER and EMILIE JOHANNE FRIEDRIKE GIPP
February 2, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ALBERT HEINRICH JESSE and MARIA EMELIE HOPPE
February 22, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ADOLPH MAYER and OTTILIA MATHILDA WERNER

February 22, 1869
"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
GEORGE DENGEL and W. E. HUYANTE GIPP
March 13, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
LUDWIG SPECHT and OUTILGA SCHMITT
March 21, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
SILA A. SMITH and PERMELIA ACKERMAN
March 27, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CHRISTOPHER FINK and LYDIA M. WESCOTT
April 2, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CHARLES FOMAN and MARTHA GRIMMER
April 3, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CHARLES FRIEDRICK WILLIAM MELBERG and CAROLINE WILHELMINA AUGUSTA RADANDT
April 4, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN MEEHAN and LAURA ELVERE CRAIN
April 7, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
FRED CHURNING and MARY ANN ROBBINS
April 22, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
GOTTFRIED KUEHL and FRIDERIKE BACKER
May 2, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHANN JULIUS FROHLICH and J. W. MARIA BRODHAGEN
May 2, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JON WAPANESKO and HELENE SANEPA  (Indian)
Thursday, May 13, 1869

MARRIED, at Oshkosh, on the 5th inst., by Rev. Father Gleason, Mr. FELIX CARDINAL, of Shawano, and Miss MARY PECK, of Oshkosh.
June 7, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
MOSES KOIN (White) and AGATHE MASHETOH (Indian)
June 9, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
WILLIAM ROSS and LOUISA MOREY
June 11, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
TOM AINSWORTH and FRIEDERICK LOUISE THIMKE
June 13, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
DANE FUMENIKIN (Indian) and HENRIETTE WAYDICHAN (Indian)
June 13, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
STEPHAN HSINET (Indian) and THERESE MAYWENS (Indian)
June 15, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
F. F. SIMONand W.  ?.  REICH KOPPEN
July 5, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
TOMAN JEAN PAPTIST and MADLAINE MONATOGUOGUI
July 5, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
AUGUST F. VOELZ and THERESE E. KLITZ
July 18, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CARL F.  H. BUBLITZ and FRIEDERIKE KAERSTAETT
August 9, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
MICHAEL GOERS and JOHANNE SCHMIDT
August 22, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CARL F. W. ENGEL and ANNA BRUIK
November 8, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ERNEST F. GAECKS and FRIEDERIKE C. TESCH
November 8, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHAN T. OLMSTEAD and MARGARATH ALEXANDER
November 14, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
WILLIAM H. ELSBERG and CATHERINE QUIN
November 29, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
FRIEDRICH WILLIAM STUEBS and AUGUSTA WILHELMINE DEGNER
December 4, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHAN DURING and WILHELMINE RUESS
December 31, 1869

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
C. F. AUGUST GRAUNEWALD and M. L. WILHELMINE GRUENEBERG
January 1, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JAMES CHICK(Indian) and CAROLINE DOEIS (Half Indian)
January 4, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOSEPH WANTANRA(Indian) and RAPASCUM NESHIEN (Indian)
January 15, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
RANSON DARROW(White) and AGNES GROYNAN (Half Copper)
Thursday, Jan.  6, 1870

MARRIED.- On the 4th inst., by C. H. Upham, Esq., Court Commissioner, at his office in this village, Mr. JOSEPH WAH-TA-SHA and Miss KE-PAS-CAN NE-SHEEH, all of Keshena. The bride and groom went through with the hymenial ceremony with Caucasian regularity, even to the presentation of a highly flavored cigar to the gentleman of the press, who witnessed the marriage.  Long life to the happy couple.
Thursday, Jan. 13, 1870

MARRIED.-In Fond du Lac on Wednesday of this week, by Father Coalton, Mr. MICHAEL DEVLIN, of Shawano, and Miss MARY WELSH,  of Eldorado, Fond du Lac county.
February 14, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
THOMAS F. BUCK and ANNA ROSHABORN WILKS
March 1, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
SAMUEL MEYER and FRIEDERIKE SCHULZ
May 7, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CHARLES S. HOWE and HESTAR L. BUCK
May 16, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CHRISTIAN MARTENS and FRIEDERIKE SOPHIA DOROTHEA SCHOF 
May 29, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ROBERT T. DRAKE and ELLEN M. ROBBINS
May 30, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
WILLIAM PENDLETON(Indian) and LEONA JOHNSON (Color)
June 3, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
GUSTAVE D. HOPPE and JOHANNE S. W. SAEYE 
June 12, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ALEXANDER McKENNA and MARTHA ELIZABETH MILLS 
June 24, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CARL H. G. BINDER and J. D. PEPPERNAU
July 4, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN HOLLAND and HARRIET MULL
July 24, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ALFRED W. PARKER and LOUISA CRANE
September 20, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
MECHAL BEAUPRE (Half Breed) and MARY BRISHAIS (Half Breed)
October 16, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
HENRY HUNTLY and EMIELIE W. RABENHORST
October 16, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
W. F. ALBERT NETZEL and W. M. JOHANNA KRUEGER
October 23, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN M. ROBINSON and PHEBA GORHAM
October 23, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
AUGUST F. W. BRODHAGEN and AUGUSTA A. WERNER
Thursday, Nov.  3, 1870

MARRIED -In the town of Hartland, Shawano county, on the 23d ult by Justice Charles Sumnicht, Mr. HENRY HUNTLEY and Miss EMILY ROBENHURST, all of the above named place.
Thursday, Nov. 17, 1870

MARRIED - In this village, Nov.17th, at the residence of Wm. Bridge, Esq., by Judge Jos. Maurer, Mr. ASA HICKS and Miss BERTHA PARKS, all of this village. We congratulate the happy pair with our whole straight Republican editorial and otherwise heart. But Lord!   how these bachelors are dropping off. Whose turn next?
November 17, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
AUGUST HEBER and AUGUSTA BRAFNECHT
November 17, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ASA HICKS and MARTHA PARKS
November 19, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
EDWARD KLESON and JOHANNE CARINA OLSEN
November 25, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CARL AUGUST ROESLER and WILHELMINE KRUEGER
November 29, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
CHARLES L. WILEY and FRANCES ANDREWS
December 3, 1870

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
F. W. JULIUS BELING and ANNA KLOSTENMAN
Thursday, Dec.  8, 1870

MARRIED - In the town of Hartland, Nov. 25th, by Rev. P. H. Dicke, Mr. CHARLES A. RAISLER and Miss MINNIE S. KRUEGER, all of Shawano.

In this village, Nov. 29th, at the residence of the bride's father,
D.  P. Andrews, Esq. by Rev. L. B. Bullock, Mr. CHARLES L. WILEY and Miss FRANCES ANDREWS, all of this village. 
January 2, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
C. F. H. NETZEL and LOUISE W. E. BUELTER born PAUTPH
February 9, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
HENRY D. PETERSON and LETTIE PORTER
February 12, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
EZRA R. REED and ALMIRA LEARNIER
Thursday, Feb.16, 1871

MARRED - At Belle Plaine, on the 9th inst., by Elder Thomas Magee, HENRY D. PETERSON, Esq. and Miss LETTIE PORTER.
On the 12th inst., by the same, Mr. EZRA R. REED and Miss ALMIRA LEARNED.  All of Belle Plaine, Shawano county.
March 10, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
F. L. CARL KLITZ and M. C. C. RADER
March 19, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JAMES F. CHASE and MARTHA C. HOWLETT
Thursday, March 23, 1871

MARRIED - At the residence of Capt. Wm. Powell, Maple Grove, March 19, 1871, by O. Andrews, J.P. Mr. JAMES F. CHASE and Miss MARTHA C. HOWLETT, both of Oshkosh.  Say Captain, where's the wedding cake? You know we don't chase after our dues in such cases, and we shall be compelled to howl it through the land if you forget us hereafter. 
April 9, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
ALLEN H.  FOSDICK and SARAH A.  STEVENS
April 12, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
 W. JOHN PETERS and AUGUSTA HOPP
April 26, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
 CHRISTIAN F. H. BAARZ and FRIEDERIKE C. W. HANKE
May 1, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
MARION WESCOTT and MAGGIE A. CRONE
May 2, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
J. P. JACOB PETERS and MARIA S. C. KRUSE
Thursday, May 4, 1871

MARRIED - In this village, May 1st, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. L.B. Bullock, Mr. MARION WESCOTT to Miss MAGGIE A. CRONE, all of Shawano, Wis. We congratulate Marion and Maggie on the favorable auspices which they begin the journey of life, and hope as they pass along down the stream of time, there will be no storms gather (a few squalls will do no harm) to darken their pathway, but that they may enjoy their full share of connubial bliss.
May 6, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JMICHAEL BLESENAN and MARGARETTA MARKEMETER
May 7, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN V. WILKS and ELIZA C. NEWTON
Thursday, June 15, 1871

MARRIED on Sunday last, C. P. Upham, Esq., Court Commissioner married the following parties: ROBERT DODGE and JANE HOSES, and JOHN AH-PE-SHAW-QUETT and MARGARET KENOSHA, all of Keshena, in this county.
July 10, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
HERMAN LUETZON and WILHELMINE BIEBERITZ
August 26, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
FRANCIS E. ALLEN and THERESA BRAINARD
August 29, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
JOHN C. J.  BAETTNER and AUGUSTE W. F. SILL
September 13, 1871

"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
DANIEL BRUSENTY and WILHELMINE HORIN

NOTE: Should be Daniel BRUSEWITZ and Wilhelmine HORN -- corrected by Wilhelmine's great-nephew, Merlin Horn.


November 2, 1871
"FIRST ONE HUNDRED MARRIAGES IN SHAWANO COUNTY"
FREDERICK WM. POCKAT and WILHELMINE E. F. STARK
Thursday, Nov. 30, 1871

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's brother-in-law, E.F. Sawyer, Esq., Nov. 20th, 1871, by Elder Thos. Magee, Mr. ROBERT T. MORLEY to Mrs. ARABELLA JONES, both of Belle Plaine, Wis.
Thursday, Dec. 7, 1871

MARRIED - At the residence of A. Semple, Esq., in the town of Waukechon, Shawano Co., on the 26th ult., by P. Semple, Esq., Justice of the Peace, Mr. PHILIP HENRY HOOPER to Miss HANNAH DESILLA, all of the above named place.
Thursday, Feb. 8, 1872

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in the city of Green Bay on Wednesday, Jan.  31st, 1872, Mr. ORIN E.HARRIS, JR. to Miss HATTIE V.  LOY.
At the residence of the bride's father in Utica, Wisc. on Jan. 1st, 1872, F. W. PARMERTER, to Miss EUDORA D. CORSAW.
Thursday, Feb. 15, 1872

MARRIED - In this village on the 10th inst., at the residence of Mr. Joseph Maurer, by Rev. W. Woodruff, Mr. LEWIS SPERBERG and Miss SOPHIA MOYHON, all of the town of Richmond.
Thursday, March 14, 1872

MARRIED - On the 12th inst., by Rev. W. Woodruff, Mr. PETER LAFOND and Miss ADA LAMBERT, all of this village.
At the residence of the bridegroom's son, Wm. Porter, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. T. Magee, Mr. SAMUEL W. PORTER and Mrs. CLARA MORRISON, all of Belle Plaine, Shawano county.
Thursday, April 18,   1872

MARRIED - April l4th, 1872, at the M. E. Church in Shawano, by Rev. T.C. Wilson, REV. W. W. WOODRUFF, pastor of the M.E. church, to Miss JOSEPHINE STEVENS, daughter of John Stevens, Esq. of Shawano.  Notice that this marriage was to take place having been slyly whispered around, had the effect to fill the church to its utmost capacity. The Pastor, during his brief time he has been among us, has won the respect and esteem of all; while the young lady is no less beloved and respected. Through the journey of life they will have the best wishes of many friends in Shawano for their happiness and prosperity.
Saturday, July 27, 1872

MARRIED - In this village on Thursday, 25th inst., by Rev. P.H. Dicke, Mr. HERMAN KRAUSE and Miss LYDIA JAKEL, both of this place.
Saturday, Aug. 10, 1872

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's mother in Thomson, Ill., on the 1st inst., by Rev. T. P. Sawin, of Racine, CHARLES M. UPHAM, Esq., of this village, and Miss JULIA F. PARSONS, of Milwaukee.
Saturday, Aug.  24, 1872 

MARRIED - At the Wescott House in this village, on Monday eve, 29th inst., by Rev. W. Woodruff, Mr. P. W. ACKERMAN and Miss DORA R. PULCIFER, all of this village.
At Winona, Minn., July 1st, 1872, Mr. JOHN N. WESCOTT and Miss SARAH LINDSEY. We wish the young couples all the joy attainable in married life, and long life and prosperity.
Saturday, Nov. 16, 1872

MARRIED - At Omro, Wis., on 30th of Oct., 1872, by Rev. Wm. Teal, Mr. GEO. L. WILLIAMS and Miss ALICE SOUTHARD, both of Oshkosh. George is well known to our citizens, having resided among them about two years, and the above affair, although unexpected, will be received with pleasure by them; long life and happiness to you and yours, Geo.
At Hartland, in this county, on Nov. 4th, 1872, by H. Luecke, Esq., Mr. PATRICK MURPHY and ELWINE RABENHORST, both of same town.
Saturday, Dec. l4th, 1872

MARRIED - In the town of Pella, Dec. 12th, by Rev. P.H. Dicke, Mr. CARL BRAUN and Miss WILHELMINE KOEPSELL, all of that town.
Saturday, Jan. 11, 1873

MARRIED - At the residence of H. M. Miller, Esq., Angelica, Wis., by Rev. J.W. Delap, Mr. L. B. HURLEY and Miss ANGELINE McCANNA, all of same town.
Saturday, April 5. 1873

MARRIED - In this village, at the residence of the bride's father, on the 30th ult., by Rev. G. W. Brewer, Mr. CHAS. P. MONTSLIUS and Miss ANNA M. WESCOTT, all of this village.
Saturday, April 26, 1873

MARRIED - At the residence of G. B. Starkweather, April 23d, 1873, by C. R. Klebesadel, Court Commissioner, Mr. BENJAMIN CLARK and Miss CLARA STARKWEATHER.
Saturday, July 12, 1873

MARRIED - In this village, July 5th, 1873, by Henry Klosterman, Esq., County Judge, Mr. JOHN L. MONTOURE and Miss MARY J. WESCOTT, daughter of Charles D. Wescott, all of this village.
In the town of Belle Plaine, Shawano Co., Wis., July 5th, 1873. by Rev. W. M. Stuart, Mr. ORLANDO SMITH and Miss LILLY D. JOHNSON.
In the same place, July 2, 1873. by Elder Thos. Magee, Mr. JEREMIAH D. SEEBER of Oshkosh and Miss ALICE L. ADAMS, of Belle Plaine.
Saturday, Nov. 8, 1873

MARRIED - At the Catholic church on Tuesday, Oct. 28, by Father Chebul, Mr. W. C. WINZEL and Miss MARY BEBELHAUSEN, both of this village.
At Embarrass, Sunday, Nov. 2, by Justice Webster, Mr. ED. GIBBS and Miss MARIA J. LAMBERT, and Mr. ARTHUR GIBBS to Miss ETTA BUCK, all of this village.
Saturday, Jan, 4, 1874

MARRIED - At Northport on the 23d of December 1873, by Justice St. Clair, Mr. WILLIAM D. GUMAER and Miss ALICE HOWARD, both of this place.
Saturday, Jan. 24, 1874

MARRIED - At Weyauwega, Jan. 20th, 1874, by Rev. C. W. Brewer, Mr. CHAS. H. DURRIN, of Shawano, and Miss MARTHA A. ROBERTS, of Weyauwega.
Saturday, Feb. 21, 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in the town of Maple Grove, on the 25th January, 1874, by Justice O.B. Stevens, Mr. THOMAS BRADNOCK and Miss JOHANNA DRISCOL, both of the same place.
Saturday, March l4, 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of J. Hallam, Esq., in the town of Maple Grove, Shawano Co., Wis., on the 10th day of March, 1874, by Justice O. B, Stevens, Mr. CYRUS G. HARRIS and Miss LUCINDA BAKER.
Saturday, April 4, 1874

MARRIED - In the city of Shawano, March 22, 1874, by Rev. Thomas Peep, Mr. JAMES ROSS, of the town of Richmond, and Miss NANCY MULL, of Shawano.
At the M. E.  parsonage, in the city of Shawano, March 29th, 1874, by Rev. Thomas Peep, Mr. THOMAS AINSWORTH and Miss ANN B.  JONES, both of Shawano.
Saturday, April 18, 1874

MARRIED - At Leopolis, Shawano Co., April 15th, by I. Jameson, Esq., Mr. JULIUS SCHWARTZKOFF and Miss GETTE KRAMER. all of the town of Herman.
Saturday, April 25, 1874

MARRIED - In the town of Belle Plaine, April 20th, by Joel Larned, Esq., Mr. A. SPENCER and Miss ELLA ROBACK, all of said town.
Saturday, May 16, 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of Capt. J.  M. Schweers, in this city, May 8th, 1874, by Rev. P.H. Dicke, Mr. AUGUST SCHWEERS and Miss AUGUSTE KRUGER, both of this place.
At the residence of Wm. H. Bridge, Esq., in this city. May 13th, 1874, by Rev. Thomas Peep, Mr. AUGUSTUS D. GORHAM to Miss KATIE M. BRIDGE.
Saturday, June 27, 1874

MARRIED - In this city, June 23rd, by H. M. Loomer, J.P., JOHN MA-CHE-0-PA-TAN and Miss MADELINE I-AH-SIEW, both of Keshena. By the Wisconsin Law, was this Indian married to his squaw. This being the first marriage ceremony perpetrated by Squire Loomer, his friends who witnessed it escorted him to the Wescott House and Pulcifer was soon ahead $1. for cigars,
Saturday, July 25, 1874

MARRIED - In this city, on the 13th inst., by H. M. Loomer, Esq., MICHAEL BLIZBRAU and SOPHIA GRIGNON, both of Keshena.
Tuesday, July 28, 1874

MARRIED - in Shawano - EMELIA BRUSEWITZ b. 27 Aug 1856 Watertown, Wisconsin (daughter of Fredrick Brusewitz and Dorothea Freidericke Wilhelmine Brehmer) and WILHELM SAMP b. 7 Oct 1847 Schakenbruch, Marienwerder, Westpreussen (son of Gottfried Samp and Wilhelmini Budinski). Both of the newlyweds had been living in Shawano Town, and are planning on moving to Bonduel where William will open up a Blacksmith shop.  William came to Shawano, Wisconsin with his Sister Wilhelmine (Minne) in 1872. 
For more info - contact RJ Samp

September 19, 1874
MARRIED.  In this city, at the Methodist parsonage, Sept. 12th, 1874 by Rev. Thomas Peep, Mr. S. G. VAN KLEECK to Miss MARY J. LATHROP, both of Angelica.
Saturday, Oct. 3, 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's mother, in the village of Friendship, Allegany Co., N.Y., Sept.  23d, by Rev. J.  White, DAYN E.WESCOTT of Shawano, Wis., to Miss HATTIE E. COON.
Saturday, Oct. 31, 1874

MARRIED - In this city, at M. Achten's Hotel, by H. M. Loomer, Esq., Oct, 31st, LEONARD ACHTEN and Miss MARIA KARDA, both of Shawano.
Saturday, Nov.  28, 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in the town of Seneca, Nov.1st, by Isaac Jameson, Esq., Mr. EDWARD REITER, of Seneca, to Miss ANESKA, daughter of Mathias and Anna TICHACEK.
Saturday, Dec.  5, I874

MARRIED - In Shawano Dec. 3rd,  1874 by H. M. Loomer, Esq., JOHN P.  MEISNER and Miss MINNIE FOLKMAM, all of Clintonville, Wis.
Saturday, March 13, 1875

MARRIED - at the residence of the bride in this city Sunday, the 7th inst., by the Rev. A. F.De Camp, Mr. HENRY PETERSON and Miss HELEN F. WEST.
Saturday, April 10, 1875

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in the town of Pella, April 2, 1875, by Rev. John Diehl, THEODOR BUETTNER and EMILIE NETZEL.
In the town of Richmond, on the 5th of April, 1875, by Justice Ed. Schoenfeld, Mr. RICHARD MEYER and Miss LOUISE M'GOURT.
In the town of Richmond, April 10, 1875, by Justice Ed. Schoenfeld, Mr. JOSEPH POWBRY and Miss THERESA KETZ, of Keshena.
Saturday, April 24, 1875

MARRIED - In this city, on the 22nd inst., by Henry Howe, Esq., Mr. WILLIAM EWALD and Mrs. JOHANNA EWALD, both of Pella.
Saturday, May 15, 1875

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in the city of Chicago, May llth, by Rev. C. E, Sumner, DARWIN P. ANDREWS, Esq., of this city, and Miss A. MARIA PAYZANT, of Chicago.
At the residence of the officiating officer, A. M. Andrews, Esq., in this city. May 10th, Mr. JESSIE BROOKS and Miss MARY WINANS, both of this city.
At the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. H. A. Small, in this city, May 13th, by the pastor of the M.E. church, Mr. ALBERT N.  FOSDICK, of the town of Shawano, and Miss SUSIE C. FISH, of Geneva, Wis.
Saturday, July 10, 1875

MARRIED - In the 1st Presbyterian church of this city, July 7th, by Rev. A. P. DeCamp, Mr. H. M. LOOMER, editor of the Shawano County Journal, and Miss BESSIE A. CHARNLEY, all of Shawano.
Saturday, July 17, 1875

MARRIED - At the residence of the officiating Justice, in the town of Richmond, by Edward Schoenfeld, Esq., Mr. SHE-SHE-QUAN to Miss KAH-Y-ASH-BASH, both of Keshena.
Saturday, Oct. 23, 1875

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's brother in the town of Washington on the 22 day of Oct., Mr. WM.  KOSBACH to WILHELMINE SAMP, both of Shawano. 
Note: RJ Samp sent in the additional following info:
Wm Kosbach should be William Adelbert Kosbab. The couple intends to live in Richmond, Shawano, Wisconsin.
Saturday, Oct.  30, 1875

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents in Waukechon on Oct. 25, 1875, by Rev. A. F. DeCamp, Mr. ANDY RUBY of Oshkosh, and Miss MARY GIBBS of Waukechon.
Saturday, Nov. 6, 1875

MARRIED - At the office of the officiating officer, G. W. Latta, Court Commissioner, Nov.  3, 1875, FERDINAND SCHOEOECK to A. CAROLINE GASKE all of Belle Plaine.
Saturday, Dec. 4, 1875

MARRIED - In this city on Nov. 30th, by Henry Howe, Esq., Mr. JOHN HAHN and Miss FREDERICA WHITSTOCK, all of Hartland.
Saturday, Jan. 8, 1876

MARRIED - In Belle Plaine, Dec. 25th, 1875, by Joel Learned, Esq., Mr. HENRY NOAH to Miss EMMA LADE, both of the town of Matteson.
Saturday, Jan.15, 1876

MARRIED - In the town of Lessor, Dec.17, 1875, OLE PETERSON to B. J. OLESON. Dinner and supper at Tullof O. Oein.
Saturday, April 15, 1876

MARRIED - In the village of Seymour, April 2d, 1876, by the Rev. S. H. Chouch, Mr. GEORGE L. COLE, of Belle Plaine, to Miss LIDA LATHROP, of Angelica.
Saturday, April 22, 1876

WM.  KENNEDY has finally gone and did it. He was married last Sunday to Miss SARAH JENNINGS, a sister of the popular landlord of the Jennings House.
Saturday, April 29, 1876

JOHN H. PARK, of Shiocton, who has many friends in this vicinity, was married on the 13th inst. to Miss EVA JEWETT, of Marshall, Minn., a niece of Geo. Parks, and who spent a summer in this city a year or two ago.
Saturday, June 17, 1876

MARRIED - At Appleton, May 29th, 1876, by the Rev, Father Stearn, of the St. Maria church, WILLIAM SMITH, Esq., of Menasha, to Miss ANNA THRESSIA SCHONICH, of Pella.
Saturday, July 29, 1876

LESSOR - Mr. ABRAHAM OLESON was united in wedlock to Miss MARIA GULICKSON last Wednesday, Geo. H. Frazier, Justice of the peace presiding.
Saturday, Sept.  9, 1876

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, D. J. Jones, on the 3rd inst., by H. M. Loomer, Court Commissioner, Mr. THOMAS SIMONS, of Oshkosh, to Miss ARVILLA JONES, of the town of Waukechon.
Saturday, Sept.16, 1876

MARRIED - JACKSON - CHRYSTIE. - In Shawano, Wis., Sept. 14, 1876, at the residence of Dr. W. H. Titus, by Rev. J. Benson Cole, Mr. ROBERT W.  JACKSON, of Oshkosh, and Miss LUCY A. CHRYSTIE, of Toledo, Ohio.
Saturday, Oct. 28, 1876

MARRIED - In the city of Shawano, at the M. E. Parsonage, Oct. 19th, by Rev. J. B.  Cole, Mr. GEO. W. STEVENS to Miss ELLA FULLER, all of Shawano, Wis.
Saturday, Nov.18, 1876

Miss DORA SPENCER, daughter of John Spencer, of Belle Plaine, was married this (Saturday) morning to a gentleman from California. The happy couple started immediately for their home in the Golden State.
MARRIED - OLMSTED - CROSBY- In Oakland, Cal., Nov. 5. at the First M. E. Church, by the Rev. Robert Bently, RALPH OLMSTED and Miss JENNY CROSBY, all of Oakland.
Saturday, Nov. 25, 1876

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, John Spencer, Esq., Nov. 18th, by the Rev. J. B. Cole, Mr. M. H. WELLS of Yankee Hill, Cal., to Miss DORA SPENCER, of Belle Plaine.
Saturday, Dec. 2, 1876

MARRIED - In the Pearl School House, Town of Lessor, Nov. 21st, by the Rev. T. H. Dahl, of Port Howard, Mr. HERMAN HILGESON to Miss ANNIE ERICKSON, both of the town of Lessor. The most remarkable thing about it is that she is 10 years his senior, age 29 years.
Saturday, Dec. 30, 1876

MARRIED - In this city on Christmas Eve., Dec. 24, 1876, by H. M. Loomer, Court Commissioner, Mr. HENRY E. BRAUER, of Shawano (formerly of Oshkosh) to Miss NELLIE QUINN, of Bear Creek, Waupaca Co., Wis.
Saturday, Jan. 20, 1877

MARRIED - BURGESS-MORRIS.  In Belle Plaine, Jan. 13th, 1877, by Rev. Thomas Magee, at his residence, Mr. LESTER BURGESS to Miss ELIZABETH MORRIS, both of Embarrass, Waupaca Co., Wis.
Saturday Feb.17, 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of Mr. C. H. Klebesadel, in this city, Mr. WM. REINKE, of Pella, to Miss AUGUSTA PLACEMAN, of Belle Plaine, on the 15th of February, 1877.
Saturday, March 17, 1877

SENECA - Mr. CARL STEINBERG was married last week to Miss BERTHA NORDWIG, eldest daughter of Wm. Nordwig, Esq., former Chairman of the town.
Saturday, March 24, 1877

MARRIED - Saturday, March 17th, 1877, at the residence of Robert McLaren, Angelica, by the Rev. Mr. Crosbie, of Seymour, Mr. E. W. HOGABOOM and Miss NETTIE CLOSSER, all of Angelica.
Saturday, April 14,   1877

MARRIED - MILLS-MAWHINEY - At the residence of John Baxter, near Weyauwega, by the Rev. Mr. Bennett, Mr. SEYMOUR MILLS, of this city, to Miss AGNES MAWHINEY, of Weyauwega.
Saturday, April 21, 1877

MARRIED - In this city, April 18, 1877, by H.  M. Loomer, Court Commissioner, Mr. PHINEOUS G.  MORRISON, of Waukechon, to Miss MARIA M. RICHMOND, of Angelica.
Saturday, April 28, 1877

MARRIED - At Shiocton, on Tuesday, the 24th day of April, 1877, by Elder Baker, Mr. ERVA HAMLIN to Miss BELLE FRANKLIN, all of Shiocton.
Saturday, June 23, 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in the town of Washington, Shawano Co., Wis., by Joseph Maurer, Esq., Mr. GUSTAVE KESLER to Miss MINNIE KRUGER, both of the town of Washington.
Saturday, July 28, 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the Officiating Officer, in the town of Washington, July 23rd, 1877, by Aaron Springsteed, Esq., Mr. HARRY PRESTON and Miss MARGARET E. VERT.
Saturday, Aug. 18, 1877

MARRIED - PERKINS - FOSDICK. At the residence of the bride's father, W. L. Fosdick, in the town of Waukechon, Aug. 15th, by H. M. Loomer, Court Commissioner, Mr. JOSEPH G. PERKINS and Miss ROSE M. FOSDICK.
Saturday, Aug. 25, 1877

MARRIED - HEISSINGER-MUELLER - At the residence of the bridegroom, in the city of Shawano, August 19th, 1877, by Edw. Schoenfeld, Esq., Mr. MORITZ HEISSINGER, of this city to Miss BERTHA MUELLER, of Bear Greek.
Saturday, Oct.  6, 1877

HARTLAND - Married at Bonduel, Sept. 22, 1877, by Geo. Olmsted, Esq., Mr. TALBOT PRICKETT and Miss ROSA VAN KLEECK, both of Angelica.
Saturday, Jan. 12, 1878

MARRIED - In the town of Hartland, Jan. 1st, 1878, Mr. JOHN BETTFUTZ, of Hartland to Miss HANNAH KRUTZMAKER, of Washington, by G. Olmsted. May they live long to enjoy each other's happiness.
Saturday, Jan. 26, 1878

MARRIED, at the residence of the bride's parents in this city, Jan. 13, 1878, by Rev. A. Masscheline, Mr. E. A. KING and Miss MARIAN BENNETT, both of this city.
Saturday, Feb. 16, 1878

Maple Grove - Again I have to record the marriage of another couple in this town, Mr. DANIEL DILLETT, was united in marriage to Miss SELIA CUREN, of Laney.
Saturday, Feb. 23, 1878

There was a good time at the residence of Henry LUECKE, Esq., in the town of Hartland, Feb. 13th, on the occasion of the marriage of his daughter, KATIE, to Mr. CHARLES MUCK, a young farmer of the same town.
Saturday, March 9, 1878

TOWN OF HERMAN - March 5th, 1878. - Last Friday, a gay time was had in the town of Pella, the occasion being the marriage of Mr. HERMAN ZAHN and Miss THERESA BRAUN. The wedding took place at the bride's home, Mr. Johan Braun's, an old resident of the town. The bride was his youngest daughter, who was about three years old when she came to reside in Pella. Mr. Zahn is the youngest son of Mr. Carl Zahn, who first lived in the town of Belle Plaine, but for the last fifteen years, has been a resident and worthy farmer of the town of Pella. The groom, who is good-hearted, and a strong and healthy youth, also owns a farm in the same town. The marriage ceremony was solemnized by Rev. G. Earth, of the Lutheran congregation, of which they are all members. The wedding was largely attended by the relatives and friends of the youthful couple, whose teams fairly blockaded the premises. About 2:00 p.m. the large company partook of a delicious wedding dinner, comprising all the delicacies which female ingenuity could devise for the occasion. After the dinner, the company were entertained by a lecture from Rev. Mr. Theme, of the Reformation, who also read a poem, showing how Farmer John, a drunkard and a wicked man became a Christian, and how he persuaded all of his friends to abandon intoxicating drinks and become Christians. A few German songs filled up the time so pleasantly that the afternoon was gone before we knew it and evening brought out some other music to which young and old kept time in the merry waltz. Among the guests which the dance brought out from their imposed duties as "general manager" and "superintendent of the victuating department," were our esteemed friends C. R. Klebesadel and lady, who won the friendship and admiration of all present by their pleasant ways and good management. Mrs. Klebesadel is a sister of the bride, and, like all older sisters at a wedding, took great pride in having the feast faultless in variety and abundance. H. Tonne, clerk for Upham & Russell, was also a guest, and contributed much to the enjoyment of the company by his humor and entertaining qualities. The Germans all like Tonne, because he is ever the same sociable and pleasant fellow. The bride and groom were elegantly dressed, and many handsome presents accompanied the compliments and good wishes showered upon them by relatives and friends. They left for their new quarters last Monday, where they may live long and happily are the sincere wish of the writer.
Saturday, April 21, 1878

Hartland - Mr. AUGUST BOETTCHER and Miss MARY STERN, both of Hartland, were united in holy matrimony on Friday last, March 29th, at the residence of the bride's father, Rev. H.H. Stute officiating.
Saturday, May 25, 1878

Fairbanks, May 20th, 1878. Miss AUGUSTA HOHN left her home to visit some friends at Perry's Mill, in Waupaca Co., promising to return the next day, but instead of returning she was joined in the bonds of Holy Matrimony to CHARLES GARY, of DuPont. We expect that Augusta's father and mother will raise the dust about Charles ears but we think he will be able to hold his own with them. A long life and a merry one are our best wishes for them.
Saturday, June 1, 1878

MARRIED - At the residence of Ed. Schoenfeldt, Justice of the Peace, in the town of Richmond, Mr. JOHN KEHOE, of Shawano, and MARGARETHA MOLL, of Belle Plaine.
Saturday, June 22, 1878

MARRIED- At the Sommer's House, in the city of Shawano, June 15, 1878 by H. M. Loomer, Court Commissioner, Mr. PATRICK FERGUSON of Shawano, to Miss DELLA E. McARTHUR, of the town of Richmond.
Saturday, July 6, 1878

MARRIED - In the town of Green Valley, at the residence of Joseph Tibbetts, July 2, 1878, by D. H. Pulcifer, Justice, Mr. EDWARD W. DROPP and Miss ELLA M. TIBBETTS.
Saturday, July 20, 1878

MARRIED - At Belle Plaine, July 1, 1878, by Wm. Jones, Esq., Mr. EUGENE KESUTON and Miss MARY A. DOTY, all of Belle Plaine. 
WM. B. FELKER, a prominent lawyer of Oshkosh, formerly a resident of this county, was married last week to Miss CLARA FOHNHAM, of Oshkosh.
Saturday, Aug. 10, 1878

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents in the town of Richmond, on the 4th of Aug. 1878, by Rev. B. F. Sanford, HENRY G. LUTSEY, of Clintonville to MAGGIE B. WINANS.
Saturday, Aug. 24, 1878

MARRIED - At the M. E. parsonage, Brocketts Bridge, N, Y., Aug. 11th, 1878, by Rev. L. B. Gray, Mr. ANDREW McFARLAN, of Philadelphia, Pa, and Miss ALLY LOOMER, of Little Falls, N.Y. Ally is a foster sister of ours, and we wish her a long life and a happy one.
Sat., Nov. 9, 1878

MARRIED - In this city at the Jennings House on the evening of Nov 2, 1878, by Rev. B, F, Sanford, Mr. RICHARD S. DECKER to Miss LAVINA M. HILL, all of this city.
Saturday, Nov. 23, 1878

MARRIED - In the town of Pella, on the 21st inst., by John Quinn, Justice of the Peace, Mr. JOSEPH LUNIAK, of the town of Lessor, to Miss ANNIE KNOBLE, of the town of Grant.
Saturday, Jan, 4, 1879

MARRIED - In the town of Pella, on Christmas day at the residence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. G. A. Barth, Mr. HERMAN H. TONNE, of this city, to Miss ELIZA SCHULZ, of the town of Pella.
In the village of Jenny, Lincoln county, Wis., Dec. 24th, 1878, by Rev. J. S. Wescott, Mr. JOHN W. KLINE and Miss MATILDA GORHAM, all of that village.
Saturday, Jan. 25, 1879

HARTLAND - AUG. SURING, feeling "that it is not good for man to live alone," has taken unto himself a wife, Miss IDA HOEFF, of Belle Plain.
Saturday, Feb. 1, 1879

MARRIED - by Rev. J. A. R. Rogers, at his house, Nov. 8th, 1878, Mr. AUGUST G. SCHMIDT to Miss AUGUSTA H. HOHN.
Saturday, Feb. 15, 1879

(From the "Oshkosh Northwestern). Miss CALLA WRIGHT was married yesterday to Mr. CALVIN HOW of Shawano. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Kerr C. Anderson. Mr.  & Mrs. How left on the evening train for Shawano, their future home.
Saturday, Feb.  22, 1879

HERMAN ITEMS - Mr. FERDINAND JUNG, of this town was married last week to AUGUSTA STARGARDT, from Dodge county. She is the sister-in-law of Wm. Noy, of Pella.
Saturday, May 17, 1879

MARRIED- At the home of W. H. Upham, in Marshfield, Wis., on May 8th, 1879, by the Rev. Jacob Patch, Mr. WILLIAM GUMAER, of Weyauwega, and Mrs. CHARLOTTE KELLOGG, of Marshfield.
Saturday, July 26, 1879

MARRIED - PERRY - JENKINS. - At the residence of L. Achten, on the 19th day of July, 1879 Edward Schoenfeld, Justice of the Peace, officiating, Mr. JOHN PERRY and Miss LUCINDA PERKINS, both of the city of Shawano.
Friday, Aug. 1, 1879

MARRIED - POOL - PHILLIPS.- At the residence of the bride's mother, n the 25th day of July 1879, Mr. EUGENE POOL, of Plymouth, Wis., to Miss LORENA PHLLLIFS, of this city.
Friday, Aug.18, 1879

MARRED - ROIX - BUCK. - At the home of the bride by Rev. J. A. R. Rogers, Mr. GEORGE ROIX to Miss NETTIE BUCK, all of Shawano.
GUMAER - MAURER. - At the residence of the bride's father, by A. M. Andrews. J. P., Mr. HOWARD GUMAER, of the town of Richmond, to Miss JOSEPHINE MAURER, of Shawano.
FRIDAY, Sept. 5, 1879

MARRIED - LOUIS - GARDNER. - At the office of Ed. Schoenfeld, in the town of Richmond, on the 25th day of August 1879, JACKSON LOUIS to NANCY GARDNER, both of Stockbridge, Shawano county.
Friday, Sept 19, 1879 

DOUBLE BLESSEDNESS. Last Friday there occurred in Hartland one of the grandest weddings ever held in this county. The two daughters of Mr. Genzke were the same day to be married to young men of that town, and great were the preparations for the grand "hoch geitsfeirer" of these happy couples. The wedding hour was set for ten o'clock, but, owing to the absence of the minister who was to unite them, the Rev. Mr. Koontz, of Belle Plaine, the ceremony wasn't performed until afternoon. Long before the appointed hour however, parties began to gather from all the neighboring towns, as well as from the more immediate circle of acquaintance, and by twelve o'clock the house and grounds were crowded. At two o'clock the first couple, FRED JENSEN and AUGUSTA GENZKE, were married at the house by Rev. J.H.H. Bierbaum, whose services were solicited when it was found that Mr. Koontz would not be there. Soon after this the wedding party moved to the Methodist church, where MARTIN ZERNICKE and LOUISA GENZKE were also married by Mr. Bierbaum. Returning to the house, the wedding festivities were begun, and were kept up without thought of stopping until the next morning. The tables groaned with good things, and every face wore a smile. The rooms were toward evening cleared, the music started up, and the dance commenced, to end only with the appearance of daylight, when the wearied dancers started homeward, wishing to the young people a long life and a happy one.
Friday, Nov. 7, 1879

GILKEY-LOUD. There has been in the minds of all the lumbermen on the river since cold weather set in an anxious inquiry for GEO. GILKEY. Except to those let into the secret, it was a great mystery that he, of all others, should be tardy. Last Friday, however, explained the mystery.  In the evening of that day he was married to Miss ELMA LOUD at the residence of the bride's father, about nine miles southwest of Oshkosh, by Rev. Mr. Vesey. The sisters of the bride, Misses Jennie and Annie Loud, acted as bridesmaids, and Messrs. Fred Morgan and Henry Ross as Groomsmen. After the ceremony, the happy pair received the congratulations and good wishes of their host of friends. A handsome display of costly and beautiful presents evinced the sincerity of the good will of the party. The newly-married couple moved the next day into their house on Church street which Mr. Gilkey has lately purchased and fitted up for his residence. If not too much entranced with the delights of the honeymoon, George may be expected sometime next week, when his host of friends here may have an opportunity of joining in the congratulations and good wishes of his friends everywhere.
HUME-SCOTT. On Wednesday evening the residence of Hon. T. E. Craine, on Elm street, was the scene of a brilliant gathering, being the occasion of the marriage of JOHN W. HUME to Miss NETTIE A. SCOTT, daughter of Mrs. Craine. The ceremony took place at seven o'clock, there being present the relatives and a few friends of the bride and groom. Rev. Kerr C. Anderson, of the Congregational church, officiated. Miss Mary Washburn was the bridesmaid, and Mr. Hanson of the firm of Cottrill & Hanson, lawyers of Milwaukee, was the groomsman. G. V. Croft and B. J. Musser were the ushers, shortly after the ceremony, invited guests in the number of several hundred began to arrive, and congratulations were in order. During the reception refreshments were served under the supervision of that well-known caterer, E. E. Finnery, which was a sufficient guarantee that there was plenty for all, and of a quality that would cause the mouth of an epicure to fairly water, and were partaken of with a relish. The house was brilliantly lighted and decorated, the decoration being mainly furnished and placed in position by the bride's young lady friends in this vicinity, and everything passed off in the most pleasant manner, the party separating about 11 o'clock.-Oshkosh Times.
Friday, Dec. 5, 1879

MARRIED-MELINDY-STANKE - In Belle Plaine, Nov. 25th, 1879, at the residence of the bride's parents, by L. S. Rouse, Esq., Mr. J. ALFRED MELINDY and Miss LOUISE STANKE, all of Belle Plaine.
Friday, Dec.12, 1879 

MARRIED - BOHMAN-DICK. At the residence of Dennis Callaghan, in the city of Shawano, Dec. 9th, 1879, A. M. Andrews, J. P., officiating, Mr. GEORGE BOHMAN to Miss LOUISE DICK, all of Shawano.
Friday, Feb. 6, 1880

MARRIED - In the town of Pella, by Rev. G. A. Barth, CARL BUSS to HANNAH WICHMAN.
Friday, May 14, 1880

MARRIED - In this city, May 9th, 1880, at the residence of the bride's father, the Rev. B. F. Sanford officiating, Mr. SEYMOUR MILLS to Miss DIANA FRISBIE, all of Shawano.
Friday, June 4, 1880

MARRIED - JONES-KAST. - At the residence of the bride's father, on Sunday, May 30th, Rev. J. A. R. Rogers officiating, WM. JONES and ERNESTINA KAST, all of Shawano.
Friday, June 18, 1880

MARRIED - ALLENDER-TAP. - At the residence of Rev. Thomas Magee, Belle Plaine, June 6th, 1880, Mr. JOHN ALLENDER, of Waukechon, to Miss ELIZA TAP, late of Germany.
Friday, July 2, 1880

PELLA - There was a wedding in the town of Pella on the 24th of June at the house of Mr. Moldenhauer. Mr. AUGUST BRAUN and Miss MARY MOLDENHAUER were united in the bonds of matrimony.
Friday, July 9, 1880

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in Shawano, on the 26th day of June, by Rev. J. A. H. Rogers, Mr. WILLIAM H. AINSWORTH to Miss ELIZABETH MAGEE.
Friday, Aug. 6, 1880

MARRIED - BAUERFEIND-MILKE. - At the residence of the bride's mother, in Shawano, August 4th, 1880, by Rev. J. A. H. Rogers, Mr. JOSEPH BAUERFEIND to Miss IDA MILKE, all of this city.
Friday, Aug. 20.  1880

MARRIED - HEDGES-THAYER - At the M. E. parsonage in Nashua, Iowa, on the 10th by Rev. H. H. Green Mr. WILBUR HEDGES and Miss CARRIE J. THAYER, all of Williamstown, Chickasaw Co., Iowa.
Friday, Sept 3, 1880

Mr. THOMAS O'CONNELL and Miss ROSA STROINSKI, both of this city, were quietly married at Clintonville on Wednesday of this week.
Friday, Oct. 1, 1880

MARRIED - HILL-NEKETT- At the Jenning's House,  in the city of Shawano, on the 27th day of Sept. 1880, by B. F. Sandford, Mr. EDGAR HILL, of Embarrass, Wis., to Miss CLARA NEKETT, of DePere,  Wis.
Friday, Oct. 8, 1880

MARRIED - MC DONALD-MCKAY. - By Rev. J. A. R. Rogers, Sept. 23rd, 1880, at the. Home of the bride, in Waukechon, Mr. DOUGALD MC DONALD and Miss IDA M. A.  MC KAY
Friday, Nov. 26, 1880

MARRIED - at the Presbyterian Church in this city, Nov. 22 by Rev. J. A. R. Rogers, Mr. J. J. WILLIAMS and Miss ANNA CHARNLEY.
At the residence of the bride's father, in this city on Nov. 24th, Mr. E. E. BREED and Miss LEONA GRIMMER.
Friday, Dec. 3, 1860

MARRIED -BREED-GRIMMER. -    In Shawano, Nov. 24th, 1880, at the residence of the bride's father, Henry Grimmer, Esq., by Rev. J. A. H. Rogers, EDWARD EVERETT BREED, Esq., to Miss LEONA MINERVA GRIMMER, all of Shawano.
WHTTEHOUSE-COLE.- In Shawano, on Oct. 27th, 1880, by Rev. J. A. R. Rogers, Mr. JAMES L. WHITEHOUSE, Jr. to Miss MARY F. COLE.
BREI - OTT - At the residence of the bride's father, in the town of Herman, Mr. CHARLES BREI to Miss BERTHA OTT, by Wm. Jones, Justice of the Peace.
Friday, Dec.  10,   1880

MARRIED - BENNETT-NORTON - At the residence of Ed. Schoenfeld, Justice of the Peace, in the town of Richmond, December 5th, 1880, ALBERT BENNETT of the city of Shawano, to MIRANDA NORTON, of the town of Richmond.
Friday, Jan.  21 1881

Rev. C. G. SCHWAN was married last Tuesday to Mrs. BARTZ,  of the town of Pella.
Friday, Feb. 4th 1881

MARRIED - GLASS-NOBLE. -  At the residence of the Pastor officiating. Rev. J.A.R. Rogers, in Shawano, Feb. 2, 1881 Mr. SEYMOUR GLASS of the town of Hutchins, to Miss MARY JANE NOBLE, of the town of Belle Plaine.
Friday, March 25, 1881

MARRIED, WEEKS-KAST. - At the residence of the bride's father, Hon. J.D. Kast, of Shawano, March 20th, 1881, by Rev. J.A.R.  Rogers, SENECA CHARLES WEEKS, of Nevada, to Miss PAYIENE KAST, of Shawano.
DRAKE-NORTON. -  At the residence of Ed. Schoenfeld, J.  P. town of Richmond, March 20, 1881, STEPHEN N. DRAKE, of Poysipy, Waushara county, Wis. to Miss MAROE NORTON, of the town of Richmond.
At the residence of Ed. Schoenfeld, town of Richmond, March 21, 1881, URY SLY to Miss VINA NORTON, both of the town of Richmond, Shawano county.
Friday, April 8, 1881

MARRIED - NOBLE HOWARD.- At Shawano, April 4th, 1881, by A.M. Andrews, Justice of the Peace, WILLIAM NOBLE to MARY HOWARD, both of Belle Plaine, Wis.
KLINGER-GOTTSCHALK - At the place of Bertha Raddant, in the city of Shawano, April 4th, 1881, FRED KLINGER, of the town of Hutchinson, to MARY GOTTSCHALK, of the town of Waukechon, Ed. Schoenfeld, Justice of the Peace, officiating.
Friday, April 15, 1881

MARRIED - CROSSON-RICHARDS. - At the office of A. M. Andrews, J. P., in Shawano, April 4th, 1881, WM. CROSSON to ANNIE RICHARDS, all of Shawano.
Friday, July 15, 1881

MARRIED - MCLEOD-KRAKE. - At Greenwood Park, Waupaca county, Wis., July 5, 1881, the Rev. P.P. Baker officiating, MR. MURDOCH McLEOD and Miss LAURA A. KRAKE, both of Shawano.
WESCOTT-McCONLEY - At the residence of Rev. Mr. Rowley, in New London, on the 30th day of June, CHARLES J. WESCOTT,  of Richmond, to Miss SARAH E. McCONLEY, of Belle Plaine.
Friday, Aug. 26, 1881

MARRIED - CULVER-CORNELIUS. - In Belle Plaine, Aug.18th, 1881, by L.S. Rouse, J.P., Mr. CHAS. A. CULVER, of Belle Plaine, to Mrs. AUGUSTA G. CORNELIUS, of the town of Richmond.
Friday, Sept. 2, 1881

MARRIED - ANDERSON-MAGEE. - At the residence of the bride's parents in the town of Richmond, Aug. 30, 1881, by the Rev. J.A.R. Rogers, Mr. AUGUST M. ANDERSON and Miss S. MARTHA MAGEE, both of the town of Richmond.
Friday, Sept. 30, 1881

DUD FERNANDEZ, who has lived a bachelor life so long that few supposed he wanted to get married, and the few that did, had no idea that he could if he wanted to, has gone and got married. Miss MARY A. WRIGHT is the partner that Dud has taken into his business, and all his numerous personal and newspaper friends wish the newly married pair a happy journey through life.
Friday, Oct. 14, 1881

MARRIED - CASEY-BUCK - At the residence of Mrs. Chas. Howe, in Shawano, Oct.   5th, 1881, A.M. Andrews, J.P. officiating, Mr. J. C. CASEY, U.S.A., of Keshena, Wis. to and Miss HATTIE M.  BUCK, of this city.
Friday, Oct. 28, 1881

MARRIED - TEZEN-RAASCH. - In the town of Pella, Oct. 7th, 1881, the Rev. G.J. Schwan officiating, Mr. AUGUST TEZEN of Belle Plaine, and Miss BERTHA RAASCH, of Shawano.
EUL-McMILLAN - At the residence of Theodore Eul, Oct. 26th, 1881, Ed. Schoenfeld, J.P., officiating, Mr. THEODORE EUL, of Richmond, to Miss CHARLOTT McMELLAN, of Angelica.
Friday, Nov. 4, 1881

MARRIED - CRONCE-EBERLEIN - At the residence of the bride's parents, in this city, Oct. 31, 1881, A.M. Andrews, J.P., officiating, Mr. M. A. CRONCE to Miss MARY EBERLEIN, both of Shawano.
Friday, Jan.  20, 1882

MARRIED, BUNTIN-McCONLY.- At Shawano,  on Saturday, Jan. 1, 1882, A. M. Andrews, J.  P., officiating, Mr. JAMES BUNTIN, of Oshkosh, to Miss FLORANCE McCONLY, of Belle Plaine.
Friday, Jan. 27, 1882

MARRIED, KEELER-KRAKE.- At Laney, Shawano Co., Wis., Jan 1st, 1882, Mr. GEORGE KEELER, of Angelica, to Miss MARTHA KRAKE, of Hartland.
Friday, April 7, 1882

MARRIED.- At the parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal church, April 30, '82, Rev. D. V. Teed, officiating, Mr. W. F. ALLENDER, of Waukechon, and Miss ELLA WEBSTER, of Waukechon.
Friday, April 7, 1882

In Shawano, April 2d, 1882, A. M. Andrews, J. P., officiating, Mr. JAMES McKINNEY, of Brothertown, and Miss MAGGIE WARD, of Fond du Lac.
Friday, April 21, 1882

MARRIED.- In Shawano, April 15th, 1882, A. M. Andrews, J. P., officiating, Mr. JAMES DICKINSON and Miss LAURETTA NIEGH, both of Green Valley, this county.
Friday, April 28, 1882

MARRIED.- Thursday, April 20, 1882, in the town of How, by J. M. Armstrong, Justice of the Peace, Mr. D. H. ARMSTRONG and Miss SADIE O. BEACH, both of this city, having removed from Menasha to this place some three months ago.
Friday, April 28, 1882

At the M. E. Parsonage, April 17, 1882, by Rev. D. V. Teed, DANIEL McLEOD and Miss MARGIE SIMONS, both of Twin Lakes, Shawano Co., Wis.
Friday, May 5, 1882

HYMENEAL. McCOMB-DUNN.- A very pleasant wedding took place on Thursday, April 27, at 4:20 P.M., at the residence of J. H. Sturtevant, 66 High street, Oshkosh, the contracting parties being Dr. H. R. MC COMB, of this city, and Miss FLORENCE DUNN, of Oshkosh. The ceremony was performed by Rev. K. G. Anderson in a most beautiful and impressive manner in the presence of about 40 guests. The attendants were Miss Clara Lake and Mr. Frank Coy. The parlors were beautifully decorated with choice plants in bloom together with baskets and vases of exquisite cut flowers; the bridal party standing beneath a huge horseshoe of exotics, suspended from a festoon of arbor vitae, the language of the latter being "Live for me." After the usual congratulations, a beautiful collation was served. The newly wedded pair left on the 6:20 P.M. train, followed by old shoes and heart felt good wishes.
Friday, May 5, 1882

MARRIED, AINSWORTH-PIERCE.- At the residence of E. Schoenfeld, Justice of the Peace, May 3, 1882, HENRY AINSWORTH and OLIVIA PIERCE, both of the town of Richmond in Shawano county.
Friday, June 2, 1882

Mr. E. A. EASTMAN, of Pella, and Miss LAURA E. COLE, of Marion, were married on Tuesday last, at the residence of the bride's parents, Elder A. D.  Olsen, officiating.
Friday, June 23, 1882

MARRIED, GARFIELD-STEINKE.-  At Belle Plaine, June 20th,  by Rev.  J.A.R. Rogers, Mr. BYRON H. GARFELD to Miss MINNIE STEINKE.
Friday, July l4, 1882

MARRIED, RILEY-MOSCRIP.-  At the residence of Mr. Samuel Porter, in Belle Plaine, Rev. J.  A. R. Rogers officiating, Mr. W.  H. RILEY, of Freeland, Col., and Miss CARRIE A. MOSCRIP, of Belle Plaine. This brave knight came more than 1000 miles for his fair bride, and thought the effort little compared to the reward.
Friday, Aug.  18, 1882

Cards are out for the wedding of FRANK R.  UPHAM and Miss GENEVIEVE RAMSDELL, parties well known in this city, having resided here until a few weeks ago. The marriage  is to occur at Peshtigo on the 22d.
Friday, Aug. 25, 1882

MARRIED,  PENDLETON-SIMONDS.-    In this city on Sunday, Aug.  20, Rev. D. V. Teed, officiating, WM. PENDLETON and Mrs. ARAVILLA SIMONDS.
Friday, Sept. 22, 1882

Hymeneal.  Mr. D. B. ANDRUS, the efficient cashier of the Shawano Co. Bank, departed for Chicago week before last unfettered by matrimonial ties, but returned later a full-fledged Benedict, having led to the altar a lady quite well known in this city. Miss MATTIE SMITH, of Chicago. The marriage ceremonies took place on the 11th at the bride's home, attended by the friends of the family and a few invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Andrus arrived in this city the latter part of the week, having dispensed with the usual bridal tour. As congratulations are now in order, the JOURNAL takes the liberty of wishing the newly-made man and wife much happiness and joy.
Friday, Oct. 13, 1882

Tigerton Items, Oct. 11, 1882, JOE YAEGER and BETTY MILLER were married on the 9th inst., Justice Martin officiating. The newly married couple purchased a small stock of supplies and started the same day for their new home in the town of Morris.
Friday, Nov. 3,  1882

MARRIED, JONES-LATHROP- In Shawano, Oct. 29th 1882, the Rev. J. A. H. Rogers officiating, Mr. E. S. JONES, of Tigerton, to Miss ELLA M. LATHROP, of Angelica.
Friday, Nov. 10, 1882

MARRIED, BARKER-BARBER- At Shawano, Nov. 6, 1882, by Rev. J. A. R. Rogers, Mr. CHARLES H. BARKER to Miss HANNAH A. BARBER, both of Richmond, Wis.
Friday, Nov. 17, 1882

MARRIED- In the town of Herman, on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1882, C. G. Schmidt, J.P., officiating,  Mr. FRANK RICHARD and Miss ANNA BARTELD, all of the town of Herman.
Friday, Dec. 8, 1882

MARRIED, LYON-WEATHERWAX- At Shawano, Nov. 30th, 1882, at the Jennings House, by Rev. Joseph Crummer, Mr. GEORGE E. LYON and Miss HENRIETTE WEATHERWAX, both of Clintonville, Waupaca County, Wis.
Friday, Dec. 15, 1882

MARRIED, BOETTCHER-BOETTCHER- In Shawano, on Wednesday, Dec. 13th, A. M. Andrews, J. P. officiating, Mr. FRED BOETTCHER and Mrs. AUGUSTA BOETTCHER, both of the town of Hartland.
Friday, March 30, 1883

GEO. CULVER, of this city, and Miss JESSIE TYRRELL, of Bear Creek, were united in marriage on Wednesday of last week by Rev. J. A. R. Rogers.
Friday, April 6, 1883

MARRIED, BREED-CLARK- At the residence of Dr. J. E. Breed in Embarrass,  on Wednesday, March 20th,  1883, Rev. J.  P. Chamberlain of Clintonville officiating, Mr. F.  S. BREED and Miss CARRIE E. CLARK, all of Embarrass.
Friday, April 13, 1883

Dr. W.  A.  HALL, of Wausau, eldest son of J. C. Hall, of Appleton, and well known in this city, was united in marriage to Miss MATTIE E. CARHART, of Oshkosh,  on Friday the 30th of March.
Friday, April 13, 1883

MARRIED-  At the residence of Ed. Schoenfeld, Justice of the Peace, in the town of Richmond, Shawano County, April 7,  1883, MOSES LAMOT and MARY LYONS, both of Keshena.
Friday, April 13, 1883

JESSE SIPES, an old Shawano boy, was united in marriage to Miss TONITA MENNET at Centralia, on Wednesday of this week. Jesse and bride have our hearty congratulations.
Friday, April 13, 1883

MARRIED, MAURER-MEYERS- At the residence of Mr. J. Meiners, in Milwaukee, on Friday, April 6th, JOSEPH MAURER, Esq., of this city, and Miss CAROLINE MEYERS, of Milwaukee.
Friday, April 20, 1883

WENZEL PLESHEK and MARGARET HOLEY were married in the Catholic church in this city on Monday, by Rev. Rather Blasuis, O.S.F.
Friday, April 20, 1883

PETER LA MOTTE, son of Joseph LaMotte, and TERESA BEAUPRE, daughter of Simon Beaupre, President of the St. Michael's Temperance Society, were married at Keshena on Monday by Rev. F. Zephyrin.
Friday, April 27, 1883

HERBERT GIBBS of this city, and Miss ANNIE MIATKEY, of Richmond, were married at New London on the 23d.
Friday, May 18,  1883

MARRIED, MADISON-BENJAMIN- At Birnamwood, Shawano County, Wis., May 7th 1883 by A. Springstead, J. P., Mr. G. W. MADISON and Miss ADDIE BENJAMIN, all of Birnamwood.
Friday, May 18,  1883

RICKERT-VIENCOUR.- At the residence of Mark Cottrill, in the town of Morris, this county, Tuesday, May 10th, by Mark Cottrill, J. P. , Mr. JOHN RICKERT and Miss HARRIET J. VIENCOUR, both of the town of Morris.
Friday, June 8,  1883

MARRIED- At the residence of B. Jewson in Birnamwood, Shawano County, Wis., by Aaron Springstead, J. P., May 23, 1883, Mr. ALMON POSTALIN and Mrs. RACHEL MILLER.
Friday, June 8,  1883

In this city, June 2d, by Rev. J.A.R. Rogers, Mr. JOHN W. PHILLIPS, of Shawano, and Miss JENNIE ANDREWS, of Maple Grove.
Friday, July 6, 1883

WM.  HAKER, of Washington and AMELIA PRIEM, of Hartland were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony on Sunday last by Rev. Bockelmaun.
Friday, July 13, 1883

Our matrimonial reporter chronicles three marriages the past week, as follows; Mr. WM. DONALDSON, of this city and Miss MARY HEDGES, of Belle Plaine; Mr. JOHN R. ALEXANDER, of Waukechon and Miss ADDIE FRYE, of Oshkosh; Mr. EDWARD BROOKS, of Kempster, and Miss LIZZIE BROWN, of the same place.
Friday, July 20, 1883

MARRIED, HOFFMAN-RINDEL- Wednesday, at the Catholic church, Mr. JOS. HOFFMAN and Miss BARBARA RINDEL, both of the town of Herman.
Friday, July 20, 1883

GRIGNON-CORN- At the Catholic church in Keshena Wednesday, Mr. JOS. GRIGNON and Miss MARY CORN.
Friday, July 20, 1883

STREHLOW-SCHUMACHER- In Shawano Tuesday, by A. M. Andrews, J. P. Mr. AUG. STREHLOW and Miss MARY SCHUMACHER, all of the town of Herman.
Friday, April 17, 1883

MARRIED,  PHILLIPS-INGERSOLL-  In Shawano, Tuesday, July 31st, Rev. J.A.R. Rogers officiating, Mr. CHAS. W. PHILLIPS to Miss ANNA M.   INGERSOLL, both of Bear Creek, Outagamie county.
Friday, Sept. 14, 1883

MARRIED, BRADY-FOLKMAN- At the residence of the bride's parents in Clintonville, on Saturday, Aug. 18th, 1883, Rev. J. Anderson officiating, Mr. FRANK BRADY, editor of the "TRIBUNE" and Miss CARRIE H. FOLKMAN, Both of Clintonville.
Friday, Sept. 28, 1883

MARRIED- In this city, Sept.   19th, by Justice Ed. Sommers, Mr. CHARLES FREDRICKSEN and Miss MATILDA FREDRICKSEN, all of Green Valley. The bride and groom are hard-working Swedes of recent importation, and the fact that they did not know much of anything beyond their own happiness in getting married, exposed them to the humor of the Court House junta who are always ready for a little fun. The J.P. appointed Treasurer Alex.  Peterson "bridesmaid" and Clerk H.M. Loomer "bridegroom", while Miss Cora Porter and Miss Sarah Loan, school-marms present, gallantly supported the blushing bridesmaid. The ceremony concluded, the J.P. ordered the bride to kiss the bridesmaid and bridegroom, and the way Matilda went for those two official jokers they will remember for many a day. Alex, is an old sailor and is used to all sorts of rigs, but he says it was the loudest "smack" he ever encountered,  and the girls went into hysterics.
Friday, Sept. 28, 1883

MARRIED, FREDRICH-DOEPPING- At the residence of Gustav Sauler, in the city of Shawano, Sept. 19, 1883, Ed. Schoenfeld, J.P. officiating, FRANZ S. FREDRICH and Miss SUSANNA DOEPPING, both of Shawano.
Friday, Oct. 5, 1883

MARRIED, on Monday last, FRANK STEARNS of Bonduel, and Miss MINNIE HALL, of Angelica.
Friday, Oct. 5, 1883

Also Mr. ELMER J. DEAN, of Bonduel, and Miss LILLIAN A. ADAMS, of Oshkosh.
Friday, Oct. 19, 1883

MARRIED, GEHRMAN-LEISKAU- At the residence of Mrs. G. M. Upham, Shawano, Wis., by Rev. J.A.H. Rogers, Oct. 2, 1883, Mr. MICHAEL GEHRMAN to Miss LOUISA LEISKAU.
Friday, Nov.  2, 1883

MARRIED- At the residence of the "bride's parents in Morrisontown, Brown County, on Tuesday, Oct. 23rd, 1883, Mr. D. H. McDONALD, of this city, and Miss MARY A. SMITH, of that town.
Friday, Nov. 16, 1883

MARRIED,  HUNTINGTON-JESSE- At the residence of the groom's parents in this city, on Tuesday evening, Nov. 13, 1883, Rev. J.A.R. Rogers officiating, Mr. GEO.  HUNTINGTON, of this city, and Miss MATILDA JESSE, of Mayville, Wis.
Friday, Nov. 23, 1883

MARRIED, RADDANT-SPOERL- At the Lutheran church, Shawano, Nov. 21st,  1883, Rev. C. Ebert officiating, Mr. EMIL RADDANT of this city,  to Miss ELISE SPOERL, of St. Louis.
Friday, Dec. 31, 1883

MARRIED, WHITNEY-JONES- In the town of Belle Plain, Shawano Co., Saturday, Dec. 15th, 1883, Mr. G. H. A. WHITNEY, of the town of Almon, this Co., to Miss ELLA P. JONES, of Belle Plaine, Mr. Wm. Jones, J.P., officiating.
Friday, Dec. 28, 1883

MARRIED, REED-ANDREW- At the residence of the bride's parents in this city, on Thursday, Dec. 25, 1883, Rev. Sanford, of Bay View, officiating, Mr. HARRY REED of Menasha, and Miss DORA ANDREWS, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. H. H. Andrews, this city.
Friday, Jan. 18, 1884

MARRIED,  HATCH-CRONGE- At the residence of the bride's parents, in the town of Richmond, on Jan. 9th, 1884, Rev. J.A.R. Rogers officiating, Mr. FRANK HATCH to Miss SARAH CRONCE.
Friday, March 14, 1884

MARRIED, STEVENS-SCHERCK- At the residence of Lewis Slover, Kiowa, Neb.,  on Thursday, Feb. 21st, 1884, Rev. Meyer officiating, Mr. CHAS. E. STEVENS, of Guide Hock, Neb., and Miss OTTELIA SCHERCK, of Appleton. The bride will be remembered as a former resident of this city and for some years was a "trainer of the young idea" in Shawano county.
Friday, March 21, 1884

MARRIED, FOSDICK-BREDSON- At the residence of W. L. Fosdick, this city, on Monday, March l7th, 1884, by Rev. J. F. Tubbs, officiating, Mr. GEO. G. FOSDICK and Miss MARIA BREDSON, both of this city.
Friday, April 4, 1884

MARRIED, KREWALT-QUINN- In this city on Friday, March 28th, 1884, Rev. J.A.R. Rogers officiating, Miss MARY J. QUINN, of Pella, and Mr. HENRY KREWALT, of Belle Plaine.
Friday, April 11, 1884

MARRIED, KRAKE-WILKES- At the residence of the bride's parents in Richmond, on Wednesday, April 2d, 1884, by Rev. J.A.R.  Rogers, Mr. ELDEE KRAKE to Miss ELLA SOPHIA WILKES.
Friday, April 11, 1884

BOENIG-HEDGES- At the residence of the bride's parents in Belle Plaine, on Sunday, April 6th, 1884, by Rev. J. A. R. Rogers, Mr. J. F. BOENIG to Miss NETTIE HEDGES.
Friday, April 18, 1884

Congressman ISAAC STEPHENSON and Miss LIZZIE M. BURNS were married at Green Bay on Wednesday evening.

Friday, April 18, 1884
Justice Sommers united WM. ROSENOW, of Belle Plain, and Miss BERTHA BUSS, of Pella, in the bonds of wedlock on Thursday last.
Friday, May 16, 1884

MARRIED, SCHWEERS FINGER- Married, May 14th, 1884 at New London, Mr. N.F.P. SCHWEERS and Miss AUGUSTA FINGER, both of this city.
Friday, June 27, 1884

MARRIED, KLUNDER-SCHNOOR- At the residence of the bride's parents in Oshkosh, June 21st, 1884, Rev. Fischer officiating, Mr. A. F. KLUNDER, of this city, and Miss LOUISA SCHNOOR, of Oshkosh. August's numerous friends in this city wish him and his bride a happy journey through life. May their cup of bliss be filled to overflowing, is the wish of the Journal.
Friday, June 27, 1884

KOEPPEN-WINANS- At Oshkosh on Thursday, June 19th, 1884, Mr. EMIL KOEPPEN and Miss EFFIE WINANS, both of this city. The young couple have the congratulations and best wishes of a host of friends and relatives in this city and county.  May the brightness and happiness of their youth remain with them through a long married life, and may prosperity follow them to a ripe old age, is the editor's wish.
Friday, July 11, 1884

MARRIED, WALLIS-FARROW- In this city, on Thursday July 3, 1884, Rev. J. F. Tubbs officiating, Mr. JAMES F. WALLIS and Miss ETTIE FARROW, both of Langlade. 
Friday, July 11, 1884

DENNY-STANNARD- At Black Creek, Outagamie county, Wis., Saturday, July 5    1884, Mr. ABE DENNY,  this city, and Mrs. JANE STANNARD, of Black Creek.
Friday, July 25, 1884

MARRIED, STRAUSS-JOHNSTOWN- In Richmond, this county, on Thursday, July 10th, 1884, Ed.  Schoenfeld, J.P., officiating, Mr. HENRY STRAUSS and Miss FELICIA JOHNSTON, both of the town of Richmond.
Friday Aug. 8, 1884

Mr. FRANK MORGAN, of Belle Plaine and Miss HARRIET BOMP, of Oshkosh,  were married in this city on Tuesday of last week, by Justice Sommer.
Friday, Aug. 29, 1884

Mr. GEORGE OLMSTED, of this city, and Miss J. CARTER, of Black Creek, were married on Tuesday last in this city, C. R. Klebesadel, J.P., officiating.
Friday, Sept. 12, 1884

Mr. LAURENCE SCHNELL and Mrs. AUGUSTA LADE were united in wedlock at the Lutheran church in this city on Monday evening last. Rev. G. F. Ebert officiating.
Friday, Oct. 17, 1884

MARRIED, at the Catholic church in this city, Tuesday morning, Oct. 14, 1884, Rev. Father Hugh officiating, Mr. JAMES WILSON and Miss MARY FORD, both of Shawano.
Friday, Oct. 17, 1884

At the residence of N. E.  Wright,  in this city, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 1884, Rev. J.A.R. Rogers officiating, Mr. JOHN TROCHLELL,  of Shawano, and Miss EMMA ENGELL, of Waukechon.
Friday, Oct. 17, 1884

At Shawano, Oct. 12, 1884, Rev. J.A.R. Rogers officiating, Mr. WILLIAM POTTS and Miss IDA CLARK, both of Embarrass.
Friday, Oct. 17, 1884

PELLA ITEMS. On the 9th inst.  Mr. G. A. KLEBESADEL and Miss BERTHA PITANN were united in marriage, Rev. J.G.  Schwan  officiating. The wedding was a large one, attended mostly by relatives and near friends of the married couple, and the amiable bride received many elegant and costly gifts.
Friday, Dec. 5, 1884

MARRIED. In the Catholic church in this city on Thanksgiving day, Mr. GEO. WILT, of Herman, to Miss THERESA B0HMANN, of this city.
Friday, Dec. 26, 1884

Mr. GUS WURL and Mrs. LAURA McLEOD, of this city, were married on Monday last at Oconto by G. W. Wilcox, J.P.
Friday, Jan. 2, 1885

THE BISHOP-ANDREWS WEDDING. On Christmas day at the Presbyterian church the well-known  physician.  Dr. ARCH BISHOP, was married  to Miss HATTIE ANDREWS by the Rev. J.F. Tubbs, all of this city. The large crowd of invited guests assembled at the church at 4 P.M., soon after which the bridal party arrived.  The bride was supported by Misses Mary Andrews, Amelia Ham and Isadore Beach, and the groom by Messrs. Jno. Andrews, W.H. Cantwell and J.M.  Rogers.  The  party entered the church and passed up the aisle to the wedding march. The ceremony was performed according to the ritual of the M.E. Church,  which was solemn and impressive; after which the party adjourned to the residence of the bride's father, where an elegant wedding supper was served. The gifts to the bridal pair were both numerous and elegant and bespeak the high esteem in which the contracting parties are held. The newly married pair are keeping house in the former residence of W. H. Murdock, where the doctor will have his office. The best wishes of the community go with them in their newly established relations in life.
Friday, Jan. 16, 1885

MARRIED- At Shawano, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1885, Rev. J.F. Tubbs officiating. Mr. A.G. SCHMIDT and Miss MARY L. HOLM, both of Herman, Shawano Co., Wis.
Friday, Jan. 16, 1885

Mr. FRED W. UPHAM, formerly of this city, was married last Thursday to Miss ALICE JUDD, of Ripon, Rev. A.D. White, of Green Bay, officiating. The wedding guests were all relatives of the contracting parties, and the affair is reported as pleasant and happy in the extreme. The bridal pair started on a wedding tour, which will include New Orleans and other southern states.
Friday, Jan, 30, 1885

TIGERTON. Mr. CHAS. BEEDLE, Jr. wanted to avail himself of the tutorship of Miss MAMIE L. RUDDY, from Black Creek, and therefore married her last week.
Friday, Feb. 6, 1885

Mr. THEODORE LICHTERMAN of this city was married to Miss LIZZIE DILLENBERG of Richmond on Tuesday last.
Friday, Feb. 6, 1885

TOWN OF FAIRBANKS, Jan. 25, 1885.  One of the few weddings which has taken place in this town occurred on the 22nd at the house of Wm. Arndt, a farmer living near Split Rock. The name of the bride was Mrs. TEANY WHELAND, a lady aged 26 whose husband left her two years ago with 3 children and a farm of 80 acres. The groom was a young man from Horicon aged 22 whose name was AUGUST MILCHART. Most of the farmers in the vicinity were invited, and those who were present in the evening were entertained with music and dancing, and refreshments were served several times during the evening, which consisted of many different kinds of eatables and beer. The happy couple will live at the home of the bride. Thus are we united in Fairbanks.
Friday, April 10, 1885

MARRIED, ARMSTRONG-McCONLEY. At the M.E. Parsonage, Tuesday, April 7th 1885, Rev. J.F. Tubbs officiating, Mr. EDWIN ARMSTRONG, of Shawano, to Miss OLIA McCONLEY, of Belle Plaine.
Friday, April 24, 1885

MARRIED- In this city, April 18th, by Rev. J.F. Tubbs, ROBERT E. BUCK to ADELL SHUSTER.
Friday, May 29, 1885

MARRIED- At the Lutheran church. May 26th, Rev. G.F. Ebert officiating, Mr. WM. A. REICHEL and Miss A. K. EBERLEIN, both of Shawano.
Friday, June 19, 1885

Mr. JOHN T. CHARNLEY and Miss EVA GRIMMER, both of this city, were united in marriage at the residence of J. H. Grimmer, on Sunday, by the Rev. J.B. Andrews, in the presence of only a small circle of relatives and friends. The Misses Sadie Loan and Emma Sawyer supported the bride, and Messrs. Chas. Naber and Harry Hayter the groom. The newly wedded pair have the congratulations and best wishes of a host of friends, who unite in expressing the hope that their married life may be most happy and prosperous.
Friday, July 3, 1885

MARRIED, GORHAM-ANDREWS- At the residence of the bride's parents in this city, Wednesday evening, July 1st, 1885, Rev. J. F. Tubbs officiating, Mr. D. GORHAM, Jr., and Miss MARY M. ANDREWS.
Friday, July 10, 1885

Dr. G. E. MUNN of Antigo, whose visit east was chronicled in these columns a few weeks since, returned to Shawano on Thursday of last week, accompanied by a lady whom he introduced to his friends as Mrs. Dr. Munn. The lady in question was recognized as Miss ADDIE MERRICK, of Washington, D.C., a niece of Mrs. D.E. Wescott, of this city, and a young lady of many accomplishments. The couple were married very quietly at Washington on the evening of June 30th. On Tuesday morning they took their departure for Antigo, their future home, carrying with them the best wishes of a large circle of friends.
Friday, July 17, 1885

Mr. D. B. BAILEY, of Appleton, and Miss HALLIE PAYZANT, sister of Mrs. D.P. Andrews, of Keshena, were married at the latter place on Tuesday last by Rev. J.B. Andrews. The newly-wedded pair left on Tuesday evening for Minnesota, where they will spend their honeymoon.
Friday, Aug. 14, 1885

MARRIED, ALLISON-BARBER- In Richmond, Wis. July 23rd, 1885, Ed Schoenfeld, J.P. officiating, Mr. ALLEN ALLISON and Miss EMMELINE BARBER, both or Richmond.
Friday, Sept. 4, 1885

MARRIED, MARSH-KENYON- In Belle Plaine, Aug.  23rd 1885, F.O. Perry, J.P.  officiating, Mr. HIRAM MARSH and Miss ARVILLE KENYON, both of Belle Plaine, Shawano Co., Wis.
Friday, Sept. 4, 1885

BARKER-MILLER- In Belle Plaine, Sept.  2nd, 1885, F. O. Perry, J.P., officiating, Mr. WILLIAM BARKER, of Belle Plain, and Miss MARY MILLER, of Shawano.
Friday, Oct. 2, 1885

MARRIED, BREI-SMTTH - In the town of Pella, Sunday, Sept.  24th, 1885, John Quinn, J.P.  officiating, Mr. FREDERICK BREI and Miss MATILDA SMITH.
Friday, Oct.  23, 1885

HYMENEAL. On Thursday afternoon at 4:00 Mr. ANTONE KUCKUK and Miss MARY E. PULCIFER, both of this city, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's parents by Rev, J.B. Andrews, of Appleton, and was a very quiet and unostentatious affair, only relatives and intimate friends of the family being present. After the ceremony a bountious repast was served to the guests, and in the evening the spacious parlors of the Pulcifer mansion were thrown open to callers. The contracting parties are well known among us, the bride as the accomplished daughter of our esteemed townsman, Mr. D. H. Pulcifer, and the groom as one of our most popular and successful business men. A host of friends unite in wishing them a happy journey through life. May they live long and prosper is the wish of the JOURNAL.
Friday, Oct.  23, 1885

On the same day occurred the marriage of Mr. JOHN H. PULGIFER at Wilbur, Brule Co., DAK., to Miss LAURA E. McLAUGHLIN, of that place. John is comfortably settled on a good homestead in Aurora Co., and is prospering. He is an old Shawano boy, and has a host of friends here who wish his wife and he much prosperity and joy.
Friday, Dec. 18, 1885

Cards are out announcing the marriage at Merrill, Wis., on Dec, 9th, of FRED P. CORWITH, and Miss MAMIE BABCOK. The contracting parties are well known here, and have many friends who wish them a long and prosperous life.
Friday, Jan. 1, 1886

MARRIED, In Madison, Wis., on Dec. 23rd, 1885, B. L. FARNSWORTH of this city and Miss ADDIE MOODY of Madison.
Friday, Jan. 15, 1886

Hon. P. SEMPLE, of Waukechon, and Miss JULIA SCOTT, of Butte des Mortes, were united in marriage at Menasha, on Saturday last, Rev. J.F. Tubbs performing the ceremony. The bridal party have gone south on a wedding tour. Miss Scott has taught school in the town of Waukechon for some years. The bride and groom will please accept the Journal's congratulations and best wishes.
Friday, March 19, 1886

Laney, March 9th, 1886, MAX COSMITE and ANNIE PHILIPS were united in matrimony on Feb. 28th. The groom is a well-to-do merchant of Hofa Park. It seems to be the custom among the Polanders to shoot off guns and revolvers at a wedding. At this wedding a lad named Tipinke shot John Kusha in his side, the Dr. not being able to find the ball. He is expected to live.
Friday, April 2, 1886

MARRIED, BRODERSEN-MUNN- At the residence of Rev. J.P. Andrews in Appleton, on Wednesday, March 31st, 1886, Mr. B. T. BRODERSEN and Miss MARETTA MUNN. Both parties reside in this city, and are well and favorably known among our people. Miss Munn was a teacher in the high school of this city for several years and lately occupied the position of assistant principal in the Antigo high school. Mr. Brodersen hails from North Friesland, Germany. He came to this country about five years ago, and followed his profession of civil engineer in the southern states, which ruined his health. The pure and fever-free air of northern Wisconsin being recommended to him, he came to the balmy and invigorating pine forests of the Badger state, and found all he sought and something more. The young couple arrived here on the evening train Wednesday night, and will make their home temporarily with Mrs. Munn, where they will be happy to greet their friends. May they enjoy a long and prosperous marriage is the wish of all who know them.
Friday, April 9, 1886

MARRIED. On Thursday afternoon at 2:30, Mr. FRED W. LEHMANN, of Bonduel, to Miss BERTHA ZERWAS, of this city. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's parents, the Rev. Mr. Oepke, of Bonduel, officiating, and was a very quiet affair, only the relatives and friends being present. The contracting parties are well-known among the most of our citizens, the bride being the accomplished daughter of Anton Zerwas of this city, and the groom, as one of the most enterprising and successful business men of Bonduel. May their lines be cast in pleasant places is the sincere wish of the Journal.
Friday, April 23, 1886

Married by Rev. E.A. Wanless at Belle Plain, April 18th, Mr. W. DARLING and Miss MARY E. VAN ORMAN.
Friday, April 30, 1886

Married, MC PHAIL-HOWARD- At the residence of the bride's father, Wednesday, April 7th, 1886, F.0. Perry, J.P., officiating, Mr. DUNCAN McPHAIL, of Eagle River, and Miss HATTIE HOWARD, of Belle Plaine.
Friday, April 30, 1886

JUNG-GENTZ- At the residence of Ernst Jung, this city, on Tuesday, April 27th, 1886, Rev. Schwan, of Pella, officiating, Mr. FERD JUNG, of Herman, and Miss AUGUSTA GENTZ, of Shawano.
Friday, July 2, 1886

MARRIED- In this city, on Thursday, July 1, Rev. J.V. Hughes officiating. Mr. FRED LATHROP, of Hartland, and Miss ELLA A. ERB, of Angelica.
Friday, Sept. 3, 1886

MARRIED- Sept. 1st, at 11:00 AM, by Rev. E.A. Wanless, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. N.G. Bruce, in Angelica, Miss EDNA J. BRUCE to Mr. JOSEPH A. CROZIER, of Kansas City, Mo.
Friday, Sept. 17, 1886

MARRIED. BEALL-CUCHRAN.- On Tuesday the 14th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents in this city, Rev. J. V. Hughes officiating, Rev. MARION E. BEALL, of Lerdo, Mexico, and MARY E. COCHRAN, daughter of M.B. Cochran. Mr. & Mrs. Beall took the evening train Tuesday for Lerdo, Mexico, the home of Mr. Beall.
Friday, Oct. 1, 1886

MARRIED, MARTIN-PORTER- At the residence of the bride's parents in the town of Waukechon, Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, 1886, Rev.  J.V.  Hughes officiating, Mr. F. R.  MARTIN, of Depere, and Miss CORA A. PORTER, of Washington.
Friday, Dec. 24, 1886

MARRIED, SCUTT-GILLETT- At the residence of F.H. Plumb, in this city, on Wednesday, Dec. 22, 1886, Rev. E. A.  Wanless officiating, Mr. WESLEY SCUTT and Miss MAMIE GILLETT, both of Gillett, Oconto County.
Friday, April 8, 1887

MARRED, GRIMMER -LYONS- In this city on Sunday, April 3, 1887, Police Justice Broderson officiating, Mr. LEON D. GRIMMER, of this city, and Miss MAGGIE LYONS, of Richmond. The newly married couple have taken up residence in this city.
Friday, April 15, 1887

MARRED,  MERRYFIELD-CULVER- In this city, April 9, 1887, Rev.  J.  V.  Hughes officiating, Mr. W. A. MERRYFEILD and Miss ELLA CULVER.
Friday,  May 20, 1887

FRANK R. UPHAM, of the Upham manufacturing Co., Marshfield,  well known in Shawano, was married on Tuesday to a Miss VEDDER, of that place.
Friday,  May 20, 1887

Cards are out announcing the wedding of Mr. H. J. SPRAGUE, of this city and Miss BELLE MERRICK of Washington, D. C. The ceremony will take place in this city at the Presbyterian church, June 1st.
Friday, June 3, 1887

SPRAGUE-MERRICK Nuptials.  The marriage of KENNY J.  SPRAGUE and Miss BELLE MERRICK took place at the Presbyterian Church Wednesday evening in the presence of a large concourse of relatives and friends. Rev. J. V. Hughes officiating. Miss Nellie Merrick, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Harry C. Hayter, as Groomsman. The contracting parties are well known as members  of our best society, and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends.
Friday, June 10, 1887

MARRIED,  KRUEGER-GORHAM-  In this city on Wednesday, June  8th, 1887, Rev. E.A. Wanless officiating, Mr. CHAS. F. KRUEGER, of Richmond, and Miss JULIA A.  GORHAM, of this city.
Friday, June 10, 1887

Mr. CLINTON GIBBS, of this city and Miss ALICE VAUGHN of Antigo were married at the latter place Wednesday.
Friday, July 8, 1887

MARRIED- In Shawano, July 2nd, Rev. E.A. Wanless officiating, Mr. EDWARD SAMP and Miss GEORGINA AISWORTH, both of the town of Waukechon.
Friday, July 15, 1887

Frazer, July 12th, 1887,  JOHN BRAZEE and MARIA WOOD, both of Angelica,   were joined  in the holy bonds  of matrimony last Sabbath,  July 10th,  by G.  H. Frazer, Esq., at the residence of the officiating justice.
Friday, July 15, 1887

HYMENEAL.  The marriage of Mr. B.  S.  BURGER, of Merrill and Miss LUELLA MURDOCK, of this place, occurred at the Presbyterian church in this city or. Wednesday afternoon last, Rev.  J.V.  Hughes officiating.  The Misses Florence McCord, Grace Rogers and Hattie Hayter acted as bridesmaids, and the Messrs.   W. K. Cantwell, Harry Hayter and Earl Murdock as groomsmen. The affair was a quiet though happy one. A goodly company of relatives and friends  were  present and joined  in  wishing the newly-married  pair the utmost happiness and prosperity. At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party adjourned to the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. W. H. Murdock, and  were there served with an elegant repast. At 5:00 P.M. Mr. & Mrs. Burger took their departure for Midland, Michigan, where they will visit some weeks with relatives of Mr. Burger, intending to take up their residence at Merrill, their future home, about August 1st. The contracting parties are too well known among us to need an introduction. Suffice it to say that they are regarded with feelings of the highest esteem by all, and carry with them the best wishes of the entire community. May their lot be always happy and prosperous.
Friday, Aug. 5, 1887

From the Wakefield Bulletin we learn of the marriage at that place, on Monday of last week, of Mr. J. A. WESCOTT, formerly of this city. The bride is Miss ELLA FRANK of Wakefield. John has a host of friends and relatives in this city who wish him and his lady much joy.
Friday, Oct. 21, 1887

BLACK-MAGEE NUPTIALS. Cards were received the first of the week announcing the marriage, Monday, of Mr. JOHN BLACK, of this city, and Miss MARY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. MAGEE, of the town of Richmond. The ceremony took place at the pleasant home of the bride's parents north of this city, and was pronounced by Rev, J.V, Hughes and witnessed only by the immediate relatives of the contracting parties.  Mr. Black is one of our most promising young lumbermen, and is well worthy the estimate bride he has won. He is at present in the employ of Mr. F. Graves, and will have charge of that gentleman's extensive lumbering operations the coming winter. Mr. & Mrs. Black took the afternoon train for Milwaukee, whence they will return in a few days to Antigo, where they will reside the coming winter. They are expected to make Shawano their home after the present season, Mr. Black having purchased the P.J. McDonald residence property in the second ward.
Friday, Oct. 28, 1887

Mr. E. C. RAMSDELL, of Marion and Miss EMMA BAILEY, of Oshkosh, were married at the latter place on Wednesday. Both parties are well known here.
Friday, Nov. 4, 1887

HYMENEAL.  Without question the greatest social event Shawano has ever witnessed was the marriage of Miss FLORENCE EMMA McCORD to Mr. WILLIAM CHARLES GILBERT, of Wausau. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's mother in this city on Wednesday at 12:00 and the services were rendered by Rev. J.M. Wolverton of the M. E. church in presence of relatives and immediate friends. The bride is the eldest daughter of Hon. M. H. McCord, of Merrill, and the association of the names of the contracting parties brings forth congratulations from all over the state. Those witnessing the services were Mr. and Mrs. Bruno, Miss Helen Bruno and Mr. Charles Gilbert, of Wausau, relatives of the groom; Mr. Charles McCord, brother of the bride, Dr. and Mrs. Burger, and Mr. M. Wiley, of Merrill; Mr. & Mrs. H. Hayter, Mr. Harry Hayter, Mr. & Mrs. D. E. Wescott, Mr. & Mrs. H. J. Sprague, Dr & Mrs. C.E. Munn, Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Murdock, Dr. & Mrs. H.R. McComb, Mrs. N.E. Wright, Mr. & Mrs. E.L. Farnsworth, the Misses Nellie Merrick and Mary Crowley, Messrs. G.C. Dickinson, Dr. Cantwell, C.C. Naber, W. W. McQueen, and James George, of this city. A banquet followed congratulations, which was a specimen of elaboration hardly to be expected in a metropolis. The table bore the elegance of tropical production in fruits and flowers, which were beautifully arranged, developing a rare harmony of color and symmetry. The presents were many and costly, and portray in a limited manner the high esteem in which the bride and groom are held by their friends. Congratulatory telegrams received from friends who were unable to be present. At 3:00 the new couple, with Mr. & Mrs. Bruno, left in carriages for Clintonville, there to take the evening train for Wausau, their home, where a banquet was held in their honor. Mr. Gilbert is a book keeper in the Marathon Co. Bank, and while we must congratulate him we are compelled to recognize the loss of Miss McCord in our social and literary world.
Friday, Nov. 18, 1887

MARRIED:  In the town of Pella, Nov. 11, 1887, Rev. MR.  Schwan officiating, Mr. L. ZINGELLMANN and Miss BERTHA WESTPHAL, all of that town.
Friday, Nov. 18, 1887

In the town of Belle Plaine, Nov. 8th, 1887, Rev. Mr. Huditoff officiating, Mr. ALBERT SCHOENROCK and Miss WILHELMINE RETZLAFF.
Friday, Nov. 25, 1887

MARRIED,  KREUGER-KRUEGER- In this city Wednesday, Nov. 23, Ed Sommers, J.P. , officiating,  Mr. AUGUST KREUGER, of Richmond, and Miss BERTHA KREUGER,  of Ahnapee, Wis.
Friday,  Dec. 2, 1887

MARRIED. The marriage of Mr. THOMAS DARROW and Miss ROSA CONDOR, both of this city, took place last Saturday morning, the ceremony being performed at the Catholic church, in the presence of relatives and friends. The wedding was quite an event for many of the old people of the city and vicinity, who have known the contracting parties from childhood up, and a merry time they had at the house of Mr. & Mrs. Michael Phalen over the wedding dinner, to which they were all invited. Tom. had all he could do handing out cigars to his numerous friends and acquaintances that day, and directing them where to get more. The worthy young couple received many presents. A large circle of friends wish them all the joy and happiness of a long and prosperous married life. They will make Shawano their home, Mr. Darrow intending in the spring to put his dwelling in the 3rd ward in shape for occupancy.
Friday,  Dec. 2, 1887

In the town of Pella, on Friday, Nov. 18th, at 10:00 A.M., in the brick church, Rev. J. G. Schwan officiating, Mr. WILLIAM HOFFMANN and Miss BERTHA WICKMANN, both of Pella. After the hymeneal services and sermon, the guests assembled at the house of the bride's parents, where the tables were found all spread with a most excellent dinner. The crowd was doubtless the largest that ever assembled at a wedding party in Shawano county, and a grand time was enjoyed by old and young. The presents were numerous, and mostly very costly ones.  In the evening the party resolved itself into a dance, the Cox & Conklin Bros., string band, of Navarino, furnishing the music for the occasion. Mr. Hoffmann is one of the wealthiest and most industrious young farmers of this portion of the county, and in his lovely bride he has secured a life partner who will not fail to second his efforts to make the farmer's home prosperous and happy. Their numerous friends wish the bright young couple a long and pleasant journey through life.
Friday, Dec. 9, 1887

Invitations are out announcing the coming marriage of CHAS. SUMNICHT's daughter and Mr. EBERT of Washington. 
Friday, Dec. 9, 1887

Also ALBERT GRAFF and HERMINE FINK of this place.
Thursday, Dec. 15, 1887

Mr. WM. EBERT and Miss JOHAHHA B. SUMNICHT, both of the town of Washington, were united in marriage Thursday of last week.
Thursday, Dec. 22, 1887

MARRIED.- In this city, Dec. 21st, 188?, by Rev. J. V. Hughes, Mr. BENJAMIN E. PLAYER and Miss CARRIE KNUTSEN.
Thursday, Jan. 19, 1888

MARRIED: On Saturday afternoon, Jan. l9th, 1888, at the residence of the bride's mother in Maple Grove, Rev. J. Scofield, Pastor of the Cong. Church at Seymour, officiating, Mr. K. M. PHILLIPS, of this city, and Miss EMMA ANDREW, of Maple Grove.
Thursday, Jan. 26, 1888

MARRIED, on Tuesday evening, Jan. 24, at the residence of the bride's father in this city, by Rev. J.N. Wolverton, Mr. HARRIS STANDARD, of Black Creek, and Miss ESSIE DENNY, of Shawano. The wedded pair left Wednesday for their future home at Black Creek.
Thursday, Feb. 9, 1888

Pella. Feb. 7th, 1888. As proof that the mind is not always influenced by its surroundings, it may be noted that FRED BRAUER, who has worked several years for Wm. Smith, went away in the coldest weather and after some days returned with a companion - a helpmate, a bride, a wife. The cold at over 40 degrees did not chill his affections. The couple will reside in the town of Pella. They have the good wishes of all.
Thursday, March 29, 1888

MARRIED, at the Presbyterian parsonage, March 22, 1888, by Rev. J. V. Hughes, Mr. CHARLES G. PETATZ and Miss AUGUSTA MIATKE, all of Richmond.
Thursday, April 5, 1888

O.. M. SAFFORD was married to Miss CENA BURDETTE, of Pelican on Sunday last, Mr. Safford is foreman for the U. & R. Co, at Pelican.
Thursday, April 12, 1888

NAVARINO ITEMS, April 2, Services in the Lutheran Church by the Lutheran minister from Winchester,, After the services, a double wedding—that of Mr. JULIUS PETERSON and Miss MARY JOHNSON, and also Mr. BENT ANDERSON and the Widow AMERSON, better known ia the WIDOW COLBERN.  The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, every family being represented by 2 or more members to witness the interesting affair.  Among those present were a step-daughter and a daughter of the last named bride.
Thursday, April 12, 1888

MARRIED.- At the residence of the bride's parents in Hartland, on April 7th, 1888, Mr. MELVIN ROBBINS, of Pulcifer, and Miss HANNAH JANE MC KENNA, Rev. 0. P. Christian officiating. The happy couple departed at once for their home in Pulcifer.
Thursday, April 19, 1888

Bonduel, April 17, 1888. Mr. SAMUEL DODGE, of Montana, and Miss MARY FINK, of this place were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, by Re. Wolverton of Shawano March 27th.
Thursday, April 19, 1888

Rose Lawn, April 10, 1888. WM. DELIMATER, of Maple Grove, and Mrs. GEO. RIGHT, of Seymour, were married at the residence of the bride.
Thursday, April 19, 1888

Mr. H. GOTEA, of Fort Howard, and Miss L. HEISE, of Seymour, were married at her fathers.
Navarino, April 8t 1888. 
Thursday, April 19, 1888

In the items of last week I overlooked the 3rd wedding of the week, that of Mr. JOHN BENSON and Miss HELEN VANG. They were married at the home of the bride on the 3rd inst., the wedding being a very quiet affair, none but the members of the family and one or two intimate friends being present.
Thursday, May 3, 1888

WEDDING CHIMES. M. FRED D. GRANT, of Glen-Rock, Wyoming Ty., to Miss JOSEPHINE J. QUINN, of Pella, Shawano Co., Wis., at the home of the bride's parents, April 30th, in the presence of a few of their friends, Rev. J. M. Wolverton officiating. The young couple will soon start for their new home at Glen-Rock, where Mr. Grant is engaged in the livestock business, Mr. Grant is well and favorably known here, he having formerly been foreman for the well known firm of Brown Bro., of Rhinelander, Wis, The bride is a young lady possessing every requisite to make him a good wife, and is known as one of the successful teachers of the county. Our best wishes go with them, and we trust they will find many warm friends in their new home in the far west.
Thursday, May 10, 1888

Mr. WILLIAM CURRAN and Mrs. G. H. CASWSLL, both of Pelican Lake, were married on April 23rd at Antigo.
Thursday June 7, 1888

Bonduel, June 5, 1888. At the residence of Mr. Clover, June 3^d, 1888, Miss AUGUSTA TOEPEL, of Appleton, and Mr. FREDERICK SCHAMBEG, of Osborne, were united in matrimony by Chris Bonnin, J.P.
Thursday, July 5, 1888

Married, July 1, 1888, by Rev. J. V. Hughes, Mr. WILLIAM RILEY and Miss CLARISSA SMITH, all of Shawano.
Thursday, July 5, 1888

Angelica. A wedding took place in Frazer last Sunday. The groom was a Mr. ROBBINS.  We did not learn the name of the bride.
Thursday, July 19, 1888

MARRIED. The marriage of Mr. CHAS. BROCKMANN and Miss ANNA KLEBESADEL, of this city, took place today at the Lutheran church, Rev. Ebert officiating. A large number of relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony. After the marriage the bridal party took carriages for the home of the bride's parents in Richmond, where a bounteous wedding feast was partaken of and the day spent in the usual carriage festivities. Kr & Mrs. Brockmann will dispense with the usual bridal tour, and commence house keeping at once in the cozy house recently built by Mr. Brockmann in the first ward. They have the best wishes of a large circle of friends, the Journal included.
Thursday, July 26, 1888

Bonduel, July 23d, 1888. BERTHA KANZ, of this town, went to Shawano one day last week, was married there, and left for Clintonville her new home.
Thursday, Oct. 10, 1889

MARRIED, BEY-FULLERTON- At the M. E. Parsonage in this city, on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 1889, Rev. H. Sherin, officiating, Mr. CHARLES F. BEY, of Green Bay, and Miss ALPHA FULLERTON, of Hartland.
Thursday, Oct. 10, 1889

PAT K. FORD and Miss MARY KADLETZ, of this city, were married at the Catholic church Monday morning, Tuesday evening the young couple were given a reception at Music Hall by the members of the Hook and Ladder Co., of which organization Mr. Ford is a member. The company passed several hours very pleasantly in dancing.
Thursday, Oct. 17, 1889

Pella, Oct. 10, 1889. MARRIED:.- Mr. A. HOFFMAN and Miss M. MORATZ, both of Pella. We wish the young couple many pleasures in their future life.
Thursday, Nov. 28, 1889

PELLA, Nov. 26, 1889. "So it was until the day Noah entered into the Ark; they were marrying and giving in marriage," Miss BERTHA, daughter of Carl SCHULTZ, and young Mr. LANDE, have joined hands, and most likely hearts also, and have started on the journey of life together.
Thursday, Dec, 5, 1889

Pella, Dec. 2, 1889, Last week a wedding was hinted at but the dispatches, as received and interpreted, changed the name of the parties.  We can now say that the affair was consummated on Friday the 29th ult., and that the happy couple were Mr. LOUDY and Miss BERTHA ECKERS. They have the good wishes of all for a long, prosperous and peaceful life.
Thursday, Jan. 2, 1890 

MARRIED - On Tuesday, Dec 31st, at the Murdock House in this city. Rev. H. Sherin officiating, Mr. WILLIS BENNETT and Miss MAGGIE ANGER. The young couple have the best wishes of the Journal.
Thursday, Sept. 18, 1890

Married, at Presbyterian manse in this city, on Sept. l6th, by Rev. J. V. Hughs , Mr. J. W. CONKLIN and Miss MARY A. WILSON, both of Riverside, Shawano County, Wis.
Thursday, Sept. 25, 1890

MARRIED - In this city, Sept. 20th, Samuel Howard, J.P., officiating, Miss MINNA KUHL and Mr. HENRY SCHROEDER, of the town of Herman.
Thursday, Oct. 2, 1890

WILLIAM WETZEL and AMANDA PINSCH were married at Belle Plaine Sept. 14, Justice G. W. Leisman officiating.
Thursday, Oct. 23, 1890

Rev. TH. NICKEL was married Sunday to Miss LYDIA EBERT, of Berlin.
Thursday, Oct. 23, 1890

Mr. FRED. MERRICK and Miss AGGIE CAREY were married at Oshkosh yesterday. The Journal extends congratulations.
Thursday, Nov. 6, 1890

MARRIED:- In the town of Pella, Nov. 6th, 1890, Rev. Schwan officiating, Mr. AUGUST BEVERSDORF, of Richmond, and Miss MINNIE MANSSE, of Pella.
Thursday, Nov. 13, 1890

Mr. CHARLES BROOKS, of this city, and Miss BELLE WALKER, of Plover, were married at the latter place last Saturday. The bride is well known in this city, being a sister of the late Mrs. Mathews, and for some time a teacher in the district schools of the county. She is an estimable young lady, and exceedingly popular among her acquaintances.  Of the groom it is hardly necessary for us to speak. Everybody knows Charley as one of the best young men of the town, a faithful salesman in the employ of H.H. Andrews for several years, and all will join in wishing his bride and he the greatest happiness and prosperity. The happy pair were the recipients of many nice presents from relatives and friends both here and at Plover. They arrived home Monday evening and are now permanently settled in their coy home on Main St., where a reception was given them by a large circle cf friends on the Night of their arrival.
Thursday, Nov. 27, 1890

Mr. FREDERICK MEETZKE and Miss MARIA ROCKENBUCK were married today, Thursday, by Justice Sam Howard.
Thursday, Dec. 11, 1890

MARRIED - At the Presbyterian Manse, Dec. 10th, 1890, by Rev. J.V. Hughes, ADRIAN YOCCUM and LENA MAY ANTONE, both of Gresham.
Thursday, Dec. 11, 1890

On Dec. 2d, 1890, by Rev. J.V. Hughes, MITCHEL WARRINGTON and LOUISA J. DAVIDS, both of Gresham.
Thursday, Dec. 18, 1890

MARRIED At the house of John H. Loan, father of the bride, wednesday afternoon, Dec. 17, 1890, by Rev. L.. D. Hopkins, of St John's Mission (residence Oconto), Mr. CHARLES F. HOPPER, of Garden River, Ontario, Canada, and Miss SARA V. LOAN, of this city. The groom, Mr. Hopper, is well known in this city, having resided here some years ago, and is regarded as an exceedingly worthy young man. His bride is the daughter of one of our oldest residents and is one of Shawano County's brightest schoolma'ams. The young couple took their departure for Grand River on the afternoon train Wednesday, amid the congratulations of relatives and friends.
Thursday, Dec. 18, 1890

Thursday, Dec. 25, 1890 ABRAM SEARS and Miss LIZZIE PALMER were married last Thursday by Justice Howard.
Thursday, Jan. 1, 1891

CHAS J. MC CORD and Miss SADIE SULLIVAN, were married at the parsonage in Merrill, Dec. 23rd, Rev. T. DeWitt Peake officiating. The journal joins in congratulations with Charley's large circle of friends in this city.
Thursday, Jan. 15, 1891

Germania, Jan. 9th, 1891. MARRIED- On Saturday, Jan. 3d, '91, at the Lutheran church in Tigerton, Mr. WILLIAM KREGEL and Miss CHRISTINE LINKE, all of Fairbanks.
Thursday, Feb. 12, 1891

North Angelica, Feb. 9, 1891. MARRIED- At the residence of Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Frazer, in Maple Grove, Jan, 29th, 1891, Rev. Mr. Austin officiating, Mr. E. A. MC MILLEN to Miss TILLIE CHRISTENSEN, of Maple Grove. The bride has many warm friends in Angelica, and is welcomed to her new home. Mr. M. has lived in Angelica since his boyhood days, and has many friends here as elsewhere, who will join with Anonymous in wishing himself and bride a life of unalloyed happiness and success. This notice should have appeared in last week's Journal, but as the parties above mentioned were unusually quiet, hence the delay  It is surmised by some that Ed. feels so rich at present that he will sell goods at cost for the next 30 days. Those wishing the choicest goods and best bargains should call early.
Thursday, Feb. 19, 1891

Frazer, Feb. l6th, 1891. "Anonymous" is a little off in his or her communication of Feb. 9th, in stating that Re., Mr. Austin officiated at a wedding at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frazer, in the town of Maple Grove.  In the first place, Mr. Frazer does not live in the town of Maple Grove, but in the town of Lessor instead; secondly, the Rev. Mr. Austin did not officiate at said wedding. If not too late in the day, I will give you the particulars of the case in hand, MARRIED- At Frazer, at the residence of the officiating Justice, G. H. Frazer, of the town of Lessor, Jan. 29th, 1891, at 6:00 P.M., Mr. EDWARD ALBERT MC MILLEN, of Angelica, to Miss MATILDA AGNES CHRISTENSEN, of Maple Grove.
Thursday, Feb. 19, 1891

MARRIED, POOL-HAVEN.- At the residence of the groom, in this city, Sunday eve, Feb. 15, 1891, Rev. J.B. Cooper officiating, Mr. S. L. POOL, of Shawano and Miss JULIA HAVEN of Buffalo, N.Y.
Thursday, Feb. 19, 1891

SCHENK-LOHLE- At the Lutheran church in this city, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1891, Rev. T.  Nickel officiating, Mr. CHRIS. SCHENK and Miss BERTHA LOHLE, both of this city.
Thursday, March 12, 1891

MARRED. Mr. JOHN  EBERLEIN,   of this  city,  and Miss MARTHA  KOEPPEN, of the  town of Lessor,   were married at the Lutheran church, Tuesday afternoon at 2:00, Rev. T. Nickel officiating. Only a few friends were present at the ceremony. In the evening a reception was given at the home of the groom's parents.
Thursday, March 12, 1891

At the Pres. Church, March 7, by Rev. J. V. Hughs, Mr. AVERY MILLER and  and Miss INEZ DAVIDS.
Thursday, March 26,  1891

MARRIED, at the Lutheran church in this city Sunday, March 22, 1891, Rev. Th. Nickel officiating, Mr. ROBERT 0. HEINC of Shawano and Miss ANNA MARIA FREDERIKA PREY, of the town of Washington.
Thursday, April 2,  1891 

ROBERT DARROW and Miss HELEN RAFOTH were married Monday by Justice Sam Howard.
Thursday, April 9,  1891

PAUL ANKER and JOSEPHINE OLSON,  of Waukechon,  were married Wednesday by Justice Wavrunek.
Thursday, April 23,  1891

Mr. EDWARD GILLETT,  of Gillett, Oconto county, and Miss MATILDA YOUNG, daughter of Jas.  Young, of this city,  were married yesterday by Rev. Tyler. The young couple were the recipients of many nice presents.
Thursday, April 30,  1891

MARRIED, at the house of W. F. Schussmann, father of the bride, on Thursday afternoon, April 23d, 1891, by Rev. L. D. Hopkins, of St. John's Mission, Mr. JOSEPH HOLMES, of the town of Navarino, and Miss HATTIE SCHUSSMANN, of this city.
Thursday, April 30,  1891

At the Lutheran church in this city, Sunday, April 26th,  1891, Rev. Th. Nickel officiating,  Mr. FERDINAND JAECKEL, of this city, and Mrs. KATHHRINE STENGEL, of Berlin.
Thursday, April 30,  1891

In this city on Monday, April 27, 1891, by Justice of the Peace, J.D. Wavrunek, ALBERT MILLER  of the  town of Seneca, and MATILDA ROCKENBACH, of  the  town  of Richmond.
Thursday, April 30,  1891

Riverside, Wis. Apr 28, 1891,  Three cheers for OLE OLESON, the lucky man to capture the daughter of Peter HANSON, Sunday.
Thursday, May 21, 1891

MARRIED,  At the M.E.  Parsonage, Angelica, May 10th,  1891, Rev. Mr. Austin officiating, Mr. ALBERT FISHER of the firm of Fisher Bros., to Miss T. ARNEMAN, of Two Rivers. The bride is the present teacher in Angelica.
Thursday, May 28, 1891

Frazer, May 26th,  1891. "Angelica" school marms seem to be in demand this summer. The second one  in the last 3 weeks to be chosen was Miss JENNIE B. MURSHGROVE, who was joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to JOHN F. JOHNSON, in Green Bay, last Sabbath. A  wedding feast was given at the residence of the bride's step-father, Jas. Gordinier of Angelica at which a large circle of the friends of the contracting parties were present.
Thursday, May 28, 1891

Eland Jct. May 27,1891. The sweet (?)  notes of the "Charivari" woke the echoes of Eland Sunday night, in consequence of the marriage of Mr. BEATTY  (Pump man at the water tank)  to a young lady from Tigerton,  Squire Van Eckten performed the ceremony. It is all right, boys, to serenade them, but the rest of the town don't seem to care much for the music.
Thursday, June 4,1891

Bonduel,  May 31st, 1891- MARRIED- At  the  Evangelical Church,  May  29th, 1891, Rev. Reichart officiating, Miss EMMA BRUSEWITZ and Mr. WM. DEERING. The contracting parties are well and favorably known here, and were the recipients of many useful and complimentary gifts.
Thursday, June 4,1891

Rose Lawn, May 31, 1891. CHRISTINA LEISCH and HERMAN MUCK,  both  of the town of Maple Grove,  were married May 29th.
Thursday, June 11,  1891

Eland Junction, June 10, 1891. Another wedding in town. E. D. LANE, of Hutchins, and Miss JESSIE WEATHERWAX,  of Clintonville, were married Sunday evening at the residence of Ira Lake.
Thursday, July 2, 1891

MARRIED- OSHKOSH.  OSHKOSH NORTHWESTERN; On Saturday evening a quiet wedding took place at the residence of Mrs. S. F. Berry, on West Irving street, in which Mr. W. H. GIBBS and Miss MARGARET McGEE, both of Shawano, were the happy principals in the event. The ceremony was performed by Rev.E. H. Smith, in the presence of a very few intimate friends. The groom has just returned from Oberlin College. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Chase McGee, well known lumberman and prominent resident of Shawano. She had been in the city several weeks visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs left today for their future home in Shawano. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs arrived home Monday evening, and are now stopping with the parents of the bride in Richmond. Their marriage was a "surprise party" for everybody.  The Journal joins with their large circle of friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous married life.
Thursday, July 9, 1891

Mr. W. E. KRUEGER, of Ironwood, and Miss MAY NEWTON, of this city, were married Sunday by Rev. J. B. Cooper.
Thursday, July 16, 1891

MARRIED, SADDECK-ROGGENBACH.- July 9th, 1891, J. Wavrunek, J.P., officiating, Mr. RICHARD SADDECH and Miss JULIA ROGGENBACH, both of the town of Richmond.
Thursday, July 16, 1891

LAMBERT-HOWARD.- In this city, July 10th, 1891, Justice Sam Howard officiating, Mr. JOHN G. LAMBERT and Miss ADELINE HOWARD, both of Shawano.
Thursday, July 23, 1891

Married, DELON-JORDAN.- At the Presbyterian Manse, July 18th, JOHN DELON, of the Oneida reservation to LUCY JORDAN of the Stockbridge reservation.
Thursday, July 23, 1891

MILLS-WITAKER.- On July 19th, at the Home of John Mills, by Rev. J.V. Hughes, Mr. J. F. MILLS and Miss ANNA WITAKER, both of Richmond.
Thursday, Aug., 30, 1891

FRANK REYNOLDS of this city and Miss ANNA KADLEZ, of Waukechon, were married at the Catholic church Tuesday morning. The groom is a young man who has made Shawano his home for a dozen years or so, well known to all of our citizens, and the bride a daughter of Frank Kadlez, a well-known citizen of Waukechon.
Thursday, Aug. 27, 1891

Cards are out for the wedding of Mr. EDWARD DAMM and Miss MARGARET SCHULTZ, at the home of the parents of the bride in the town of Pella, this county, on Sept. 10th.
Thursday, Aug. 27, 1891

CUPID'S CAPERS.  One of the most interesting matrimonial events that has occurred in this city for some time past was the marriage last Tuesday, at the home of Mr. & Mrs. C. Hill, of Mr. GEORGE C. DICKINSON, of this city, and Miss LENNA L. BOWLEY, of Birnamwood. The ceremony was performed at precisely "high noon" by the Rev. L. D. Hopkins, of Oconto, assisted by the Rev. J. D. Nussbaum, and was witnessed by about 34 invited guests, aside from the immediate relatives of the contracting parties..  Of the groom, Mr. Dickinson, it is hardly necessary for us to speak. Everybody knows George, and all are acquainted with his many sterling qualities of mind and heart and general worthiness of the excellent young lady he has won as a life partner. His bride, Miss Bowley, is a daughter of ———Bowley, of Birnamwood, and a young lady of amiable disposition and superior accomplishments. Although but a resident of this city for a few short months, she has made many friends and is highly esteemed by all who know her. After the ceremony and attendant congratulations, an elegant repast was served and a general jollification indulged in until the afternoon train, when Mr. & Mrs. Dickinson took their departure for a short wedding trip to Ashland and other points north. They were accompanied to the depot by a large number of friends and their departure enlivened by the customary throwing of bags of rice, etc. They will be "at home" after Sept., 5th. The Journal adds its congratulations to those of their large circle of friends. The presents were very handsome.
Thursday, Sept. 10, 1891

Married today. Miss NELLIE COX, daughter of Richard Cox, and Mr. ENOS GALE, both of Gillett, Oconto county, will be joined in the holy bonds of wedlock today, at the residence of A. K. Porter in Waukechon, Rev. Tyler officiating.
Thursday, Sept. 10, 1891

Bonduel, Sept. 8, 1891- Married - at the Lutheran church, Sept. 3rd, 1891, Rev. Rathyen officiating,  Mr. BERNARD REINKE, of Angelica, to Miss ETTA POPP, of Bonduel.
Thursday, Sept. 17, 1891

MARRIED TODAY. Rev. J. V. HUGHES, who left here for the east about 3 weeks ago is to be married today at Rahway, N.J., to Miss MARY E. AYRES, a. lady of that city. Mr. & Mrs. Hughes it is understood will return home the latter part of next week, when a reception will be given them.
Thursday, Sept. 17, 1891

MARRIED, At the Lutheran church in Bonduel, Septa 16th, 1891, Rev. Ratchen officiating, Mr. JOHN G. YOUNG, of Shawano, and Miss MARY LUEPKE, of Hartland. The groom is the eldest son of Mr. James Young, of this city, and the bride a daughter of a respectable and well-to-do farmer family in Hartland. After the ceremony at the church, the young couple and their numerous relatives and friends partook of a bountiful wedding repast at the residence of the bride's mother.
Thursday, Sept. 17, 1891

Angelicala, Wis., Sept. 16, 1891. Married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. M. E. Mills, MILDRED MILLS and ENDRE NOREM, Rev. O.P. Christian performing the ceremony. They young couple have long been residents of Angelica, and have the best wishes of a host of friends. They took the evening train to Seymour for their new home at Kent.
Thursday, Oct. 1, 1891

MARRED. Mr. JAMES F. GEORGE, of this city, and Miss KITTY CHASE, of Waukechon, were married yesterday at the home of the bride's parents in the latter town, Rev. J.V. Hughes officiating. Only relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties were present. Both the bride and groom are well known among our people, and have a large circle of friends, who of course wish them much joy and prosperity. Mr. & Mrs. George left on the afternoon train for a short wedding trip below, after which they will make their home in this city.
Thursday, Oct. 1, 1891

Pella, Sept. 23rd, 1891. MRS. NUSKI, widow of the man who was drowned last April, was married to a man named SCHUMAKER and moved to her new home in the town of Herman.
Thursday, Oct. 1, 1891

Bonduel, Sept. 28th, 1891. Miss OLGA BRODHAGEN and Mr. CHARLIE POPP were united in marriage last Friday, at the Lutheran church, by Rev. Rathjen. The contracting parties are residents of this town, therefore are well known here.
Thursday, Oct. 8, 1891

MARRED, In this city on Oct. 1, 1891, by J. Wavrunek, J.P.  Mr. HELMER HANSEN and Miss LIZZIE KITTELSON, both of the town of Navarino, Shawano county, Wis.
Thursday, Oct. 8, 1891

In this city, on Oct. 2, 1891, by J. Wavrunek, J.P., Mr. FRED KRAMER and Miss AMELIA BRAUN, both of the town of Matteson, Waupaca Co.
Thursday, Oct. 8, 1891

At the Catholic church in the town of Waukechon, this county, on Monday Oct. 5, 1891, Rev. Raster of this city officiating, Mr. JOS. TOMASCHEK and Miss KATIE BOHR, both of the town of Waukechon.
Thursday, Oct. 8, 1891

In this city Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1891, by J. Wavrunek, J.P., Mr. FRED OPPERMANN and Miss MARY MADO, both of Richmond.
Thursday, Oct. 15, 1891

FRANK AMEL, the blond editor of our esteemed contemporary, The Advocate, was married yesterday at Maple Grove to Miss JULIA ANDREW.
Thursday, Oct. 22, 1891

ALBERT WESTGORD and JOHANNA CHRISTIANSON, of Navarino, were united in marriage by Justice Wavrunek on Wednesday of last week.
Thursday, Oct. 22, 1891

HENRY B0WEN and Miss LILLIE MONROE, both of this city, were married this morning at the Catholic church.
Thursday, Oct. 22, 1891

Wittenberg, Oct. 20. WILLIAM KORTH, of the town of Germania, and Miss EMMA DIESTEL, of the town of Wittenberg, were married at the home of the bride Oct. 14th, by Rev. F. Schnider of Wittenberg.
Thursday, Nov. 5, 1891

N. Angelica, Nov. 2, 1891. MARRIED, In Seymour, Friday, Oct. 30th, 1891, Mr. JAMES McMILLIN, of Angelica, to Mrs. MARY A. HATCH, of Laney. The newly wedded couple returned to_the home of the bride, where the young people were invited to partake of the wedding festivities. A grand supper was served to over a hundred invited guests. After which the night (including the morning hours) was used in tripping the light fantastic. The bride was the recipient of many useful presents in the way of silver spoons, taola linens, towels, glassware, etc.

 
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