Lincoln County Marriages, 1890-94
These marriage notices were gleaned from various newspapers from 1890-94.
Lincoln County Farmer, Dec. 12, 1890On Wednesday evening, Dec. 17, 1890, at the home of the bride in Lincoln, by H.C. Bradbury, minister of the gospel, Edgar D. Slaughter of Salina and Valeria Weirbaugh.
Lincoln County Farmer, Jan. 9, 1891On Dec. 29, 1890, at the Grand Central Hotel in this city, by Rev. B.F. McMillan, Ernest H. Hammond of Lincoln and Miss Della E. Bonham of Bacon, Kan.
Lincoln County Farmer, Feb. 20, 1891
At the residence of J.E. Baker, William Diswell to Mary Shirk, both of Orworth, Kan. The ceremony was performed on the 13th inst by J.F. Baker, J.P., who had announced that the first couple he married would not be charged a fee. We wish them a long and happy voyage over the rough sea of life.
Lincoln County Farmer, March 13, 1891At the Presbyterian parsonage at Athens, Ohio, March 2, 1891, by Rev. Powell, Charles B. Stout and Miss Eva L. Meek. Miss Eva is a daughter of John W. Meek and spent a few weeks visiting friends here a short time ago.
Lincoln Beacon, Jan 8, 1891Married at the Grand Central hotel in Lincoln, Kansas, by Rev. B.F. McMillan on the 29th day of December, 1890, Earnest A. Hammond and Miss Delia E. Bonham, both of Lincoln county, Kansas. The young people are well and favorably known in our county. Both are successful teachers in our public schools and we are sorry to lose them, as they expect to leave for Oregon after their several terms expire. They will make a happy and model home wherever they go. The many kind wishes of a host of friends go with them. They will always be remembered in Lincoln, especially the bride, who is a graduate of the public schools of our city.
Lincoln Beacon, Feb. 19, 1891Miss Winnie Adams, sister of Guy Adams of Tescott, will be married today at her home in Boulder, Colo. This office offers its congratulations.
Lincoln Beacon, March 12, 1891At the Presbyterian parsonage at Athens, Ohio, March 2, 1891, by Rev. Mr. Powell, Mr. Charles S. Stout and Miss Eva L. Meek. Miss Meek is the daughter of County Clerk Meek and was here visiting a few weeks ago.
Lincoln Beacon, March 19, 1891At Pleasant Valley, Lincoln county, Kansas, March 4, 1891, by H.C. Bradbury, minister of the Gospel, Louis R. Marsh and Minnie E. Lewick. The above parties are well known. They were about raised in Lincoln county. We wish them a happy life of prosperity. - H.C.B.
Lincoln Beacon, April 16, 1891Homer Brunt and Miss Bertha Shoemaker were married Sunday at Mrs. Shoemaker's house. The young folks have the best wishes of a large circle of friends for a long and prosperous life. They have both grown up from childhood here and no one has any but good words for them.
Married on the 8th day of April 1891, at the residence of the bride's parents near Vepser, Lincoln county, Martin J. Pease and Miss Mary E. Lewis. These two young people are well worthy each the other and will perform their part in their new home in Saline county. Mr. Pease is will and favorably known in the western part of our county, where he lived with his parents a number of years. The family is highly respected and he wil be missed in the circle of the young people in the commnity. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis and is highly loved and respected by all. She was one of Lincoln county's best teachers and will be missed in the public schools as well as in the community of Vesper. Immediately after the ceremonies all partook of a bounteous repast, after which the bridal party took the train for their new home. The best wishes of all go with them through life.
Lincoln Beacon, April 23, 1891At Lincoln, Kansas, April 21, 1891, by H.C. Bradbury, minister of the Gospel. Truman L. Gould, of Golden Belt, and Miss Rosa Roulston, of Orbitello. These parties are well known; Mr. Gould as a strong young farmers and Miss Roulston as a teacher at the Blue school house in southwest part of Lincoln county. May they have a happy, prosperous voyage of life.
Lincoln Beacon, April 30, 1891April 28th, by Probate Judge Gilpin, Thomas Urban, of Wilson, Kan., and Anna Novak, of Lucas, Kan.
License was issued on the 28th for the marriage of Thaddeus Sterling, of Bradford, Stark county, Ill., and Miss Emma M. Francis, of Bayne, Lincoln county, Kan.
Lincoln Beacon, May 14, 1891Ludwig Kadatz and Miss Jennie Albright were married one evening last week. This is the sequel of the story told last week in this paper concerning the two persons named. It is better thus as the man would have had to serve the state from 5 to 15 years, if proven guilty and as it is he can work on the outside and support his new family. He is about 60 and the girl less than 18.
Lincoln Beacon, June 11, 1891Waldo Hancock, of Beverly, and Miss Emma Lewis of this city, were married Sunday evening in the Christian church after the regular services were over, by Rev. Thomas. The house was crowded to its fullest capacity in anticipation of the event as it had been noised about during the day that something was to happen that evening. Harley Moss and Mable Bredes acted as escorts to the participants. Those present say that it was the briefest ceremony that they ever heard, but it will answer as well as any to bind the hands of those two estimable young folks together as their hearts were already in the condition. They are exactly suited to each other in temperment and tastes and we prophecy a happy, and contented life for them. The Republican fires all the old slippers it has in stock after them in token of its good will.
Lincoln Beacon, June 18, 1891At the residence of the bride's parents in Highland township, Lincoln county, Kan., June 10, 1891, Harry Newell, of Leadville, Colo., and Miss Olli Klotz of Lincoln county. Rev. Skyles of Beverly officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, June 25, 1891John N. Schmidt and Maggie Rauh, both of Beverly, were married Monday, June 1, 1891, at Lincoln, Rev. J.M. Hahn officiating.
Edward Tibbetts of Ellsworth and Miss Irene Garner of Tower Spring were married Monday, June 15, 1891, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, July 23, 1891At Osborne, Kan., on July 8, by the Rev. Allen, Mr. Henry Tilzey, of Free Will, Kan., was joined in marriage with Miss Gertrude Gladman, formerly of Pottersburg, this county. These young people will for the present make their home in Osborne county, where Mr. Tilzey is engaged in farming and stock raising. The young lady was one of the brightest of very bright girls who call northwest Lincoln county home, and daughter of one of our most valued correspondents. It pleased The Repulbican mightily to know that such a charming girl as Miss Gertrude, has been captured by so bright and active a young man as is Mr. Tilzey. Congratulations are sent them by this paper in lots ot suit the occasion.
W. Sheridan Bond and Miss Laura Good were united in marriage on July 10, 1891, at the bride's home, in Scott township, Rev. J.H. Kuhn officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Bond are well and favorably known and the best wishes of a large circle of friends go with them.
William Breazier and Miss Minvera Choat were married on July 19, 1891, at the residence of J.F. Baker, in Logan township, Squire Baker officiating. These two young people have lived in Beaver township ever since they were small children, and are well known and much respected by all.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept. 10, 1891At South Ada, Kansas, Wednesday, Sept. 2, at 4 p.m., Mr. E.E. Treon to Miss Sadie McLaughlin. Rev. Gouldin, officiating. Mr. Treon is employed at Will Chandler barber shop this city. The Republican wishes the bride and groom and superabundance of connubial bliss throughout a long journey of wedded life.
At the residence of the bride's father at Tower Spring, Sept. 1, Charles M. Moss and Miss Minnie McReynolds. W.I. Thomas officiating. A large company of relatives and friends assembled and a very enjoyable time was had.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept. 17, 1891Cupid that cute little god of love with bow and quiver, in alliance with that other god of nuptial bliss, hymen the son of Bachus and Venus, both of mythical lore, have been creating a ripple on the otherwise placid social surface of our city by invading the silver gray element thereof, and taking captive two couples of our most esteemed elderly people. Mr. Amos Kerr and Mrs. Thew on Wednesday evening Sept. 10, and Mr. Wm. Gilpin and Mrs. Thorp on Thursday, Sept. 11.
One of the happy events of the season, was the wedding which took place at the hall of the I.O.O.F. last Wednesday night, at the hour of nine o'clock. Mr. Amos Kerr and Mrs. A.M. Thew, both highly respected citizens of Lincoln, were united in marriage by Rev. W.L. Cannon. Nearly one hundred and fifty persons were present and witnessed the ceremony. The ladies of the W.R.C. had charge of the exercises and furnished the refreshments. Prof. Wilson, Mr. Thompson and Miss Springer furnished the instrumental music which was excellent. After all present had partaken of refreshments and an hour or two was spent in social intercourse, and the singing of patriotic songs, the crowd dispersed feeling that it was an occasion never to be forgotten.
W.M. Heminger of Colbert and Mrs. Emma L. Frye of Beverly were married Sept. 16, 1891, at the probate judge's office in Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept 24, 1891On Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, 1891, at the home of the bride in Lincoln, Kan., Mr. Thomas Thompson and Miss Gertrude Srpinger. Mr. Thompson is the head miller at the Lincoln Roller Mills and a gentlemen who enjoys the esteem of all those favored by his acquaintance. The happy bride is the much respected daughter of Mr. Moses Springer a long and favorably known citizen of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are both musicians of more than ordinary excellence and merit, and are members of Prof. Wilson's Orchestra. And, as "music hath charms etc." The bride and groom have this element added to make their wedded life, one of continued sweet harmony and joyful song.
Lincoln Beacon, Oct. 1, 1891Sept. 19, 1891, at Lincoln, C.H. Berry with Miss Maud E. Askey, both of Lincoln county, Rev. W.L. Cannon officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Oct. 15, 1891Marion Pace and Miss Viola Bloomer were married last Wednesday the 7th of October, by Rev. Cameron.
Lincoln Beacon, Oct. 29, 1891Albert E. Waddell and Miss Laura B. Hayden, both of Bayne, were united in marriage Oct. 26, 1891, at Lincoln, Judge Gilin officiating.
Marion E. Pace and Miss Viola Bloomer, both of Lincoln, were united in marriage Oct. 7, 1893, at the residence of Rev. M. Ellis, in Lincoln, Rev. E. Cameron officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Nov. 12, 1891George E. Loy and Miss Maggie M. Price, both of Milo, were married in Lincoln, Nov. 10, 1891, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Dec. 10, 1891E.E. Baldwin, of Ada, and Miss Judith R. Wheeler, of Delphos, were married Nov. 26, 1891, at Delphos, Rev. E. Cameron, of Lincoln, officiating.
Albert Mitchell (colored) of Freedom, Osborne county, and Miss Mamie Clayter (colored) of Cedron township, were married at Lincoln, Nov. 25, 1891, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Jens Nelson and Miss Laurentine Anderson, both of Denmark, were married at Denmark, Nov. 14, 1891, Rev. F.M. Christensen officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Dec. 17, 1891At the residence of the bride's father, in Franklin township, Dec. 6, 1891, Oscar J. McReynolds to Miss Cora Donley, Rev. W.I. Thomas officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Dec. 24, 1891Cornelius Reed and Miss Isabella Sill, both of Lincoln, Kan., were married Dec. 9, 1891, Wm. Marshall, justice of the peace, officiating.
L.F. Havens and Miss Lydia Sulsar, both of Sylvan Grove, were married Dec. 1X, 1891, at the home of the bride's mother, Rev. W.F. Schuerman officiating.
Isaac House and Daisy Satinfield, both of Beverly, were married Dec. 8, 1891, Rev. A. Jackson officiating.
Johan H.G. Wolting and Miss Anna M.S.M. Myers, both of Sylvan Grove, were married Dec. 10, 1891, at Sylvan Grove, Rev. A. Braenhahn officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Dec. 31, 1891Dave Pinkerton and Miss Dora Truman were married Tuesday at the Truman residence out north of the city. The young folks have the best wishes of a large circle of acquaintances for a prosperous life. The bride will go right on with her school Monday next, and Dave will go on with his work. Some time in the future they will take their honeymoon trip when they have nothing else of more importance to attend to. They are both sensible young folks and realize that life is only part play.
Lincoln Beacon, Jan. 21, 1892Williams Graves and Laura Pardee, both of Denmark, were married Dec. 22, 1891, at Denmark, J.L. Nygaard, justice of the peace, officiating.
Frank W. Wilson, of Barnard, and Lydia L. Atkinson, of Milo, were married at Lincoln, Dec. 24, 1891, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating.
J.F. Browning and Ada Milligan, both of Lincoln, were married Dec. 24, 1891, at Lincoln, Rev. C.H. Hartman officiating.
John Duffy and Lucy Ferrell, both of Bacon, were married Dec. 31, 1891, at Lincoln, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating.
Arthur E. Bishop and Sarah A. Came, both of Salina, were married Jan. 1, 1892, at Lincoln, Rev. H.C. Bradbury officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Jan. 28, 1892Quintus B. Roth and Miss Sadie Shantz, both of Rosette, were married Jan. 4, 1892, at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev. W.F. Schuerman officiating.
J.W. Burger and Miss Oliver Chard, both of Bacon, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Jan. 6, 1892, Rev. W.F. Schuerman officiating.
F. Johnson and Miss Mary Darby, both of Lucas, were married at Lincoln, Jan. 22, 1892, Probate Judge Gilpin officiting.
At the home of the bride's parents, in Lincoln, Jan. 27,1892, U.S. Davis of Harrisonville, Mo., and Miss Mary Willet were united in marriage, Re.v W.I. Thomas officiating, in the presence of a large company of invited guests. No young couple in Lincoln county ever entered the marriage relation followed by the blessings and wishes for happiness of a wider circle of people than Mr. and Mrs. Davis. A large number of beautiful, useful and costly presents testified imperfectly of the affection and esteem entertained for the latter, whose departure will be a permanent loss to Lincoln society and will be especially felt in religious and musical circles where she has been an especially active and devoted worker since she came to Lincoln five years ago. Mr. Davis was formerly in business in Lincoln, and is thrifty, rising business man in his profession - photography. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will reside at Harrisonville, Mo.
Lincoln Beacon, March 17, 1892James W. Allen and Miss Hattie M. Schroeder, both of Margaret, were married March 8, 1892, by Judge Gilpin, at his office in Lincoln.
L.R. Jones, of Lincoln and Miss Sarah E. Roderick, of Barnard, were married March 8, 1892, at Minneapolis, returning to Lincoln on the following day. They will make their home in this place, where Mr. Jones is one of the energetic and successful business men. Miss Roderick's friends are limited only by the number of her acquaintances.
Lincoln Beacon, March 24, 1892George Nely and Miss May Porter, both of Bayne, were married March 19, 1892, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
W.N. Renfro and Mrs. Nancy M. Murphy, both of Lincoln, were married March 17, 1892, at Linoln, Rev. E. Cameron officiating.
William B. Rutledge of Beverly, and Miss Edith Wilson of Kansas City, were married March 21, 1892, at Beverly, Squire Waldo Hanocck, officiating.
The Beverly Cornet Band turned out and serenaded the newly married couple, who are blessed with a community's wishes that they may be prospered and happy for a long lifetime.
Lincoln Beacon, April 14, 1892At Lincoln, Kan., on April 12, 1892, by H.C. Bradbury, Minister of the Gospel, Daniel Kirby, of Pleasant Valley, and Elsie Books, of Orbitello.
Mr. Kirby is known on Spring creek (south) as an industroius cattleman and farmer. Eslie is a school teacher well beloved wherever she has taught. She is the daughter of Daniel Books. May their path ifn life grow brighter to perfect day.
At the home of the bride's parents, near Sylvan Grove, Kan., April 6, 1892, by H.C. Bradbury, Minister of the Gospel, Fred M. Allender and Mary E. Dick. Fred and Mary have already gone to housekeeping on their farm two miles south of Lucas. May happiness, love and prosperity ever be theirs.
Lincoln Beacon, May 19, 1892C.H. Steele and Miss Celia Hickerson, of Beverly, were married May 11, 1892, at the residence of the bride's parents, in Beverly. Rev. Skyles officiating. Only a few of the friends of the contracting parties were present.
Lincoln Beacon, May 26, 1892Frederick S. Nicholson of Lincoln and Miss Eva Stites of Indiana township were married Sunday, May 22, 1892, in Lincoln, at the home of the groom's aunt, Mrs. E.J. Biggs. Rev. W.L. Cannon officiated.
Miss Minnie Farnsworth of Portis, and Rev. John W. Manners of Lucas, were united in marriage at Waldo, May 5, 1892, Rev. J.H. Lockwood, C.C., officiating.
This was an occasion on which the entire wide circle of acquaintances of both bride and groom could united in congratulations. Miss Farnsworth was once one of Lincoln county's best and most highly respected teachers, and the groom has an acknowledged high standing in the christian ministry of northwestern Kansas.
Lincoln Beacon, June 30, 1892David Smith and Miss Augusta Lerch, both of Lincoln, were married June 22, 1892, at the home of Mrs. Young, in Minneapolis.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept. 22, 1892James M. Sparks and Nora E. Teach, both of Beverly, were married Aug. 24, 1892, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
William Darby and Ellen Gilbert, both of Wilson, were married Sept. 17, 1892, at Lincoln, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating.
Caleb G. Fulton and Miss Prudie H. Lewis, both of Lincoln, were married at Lincoln, Sept. 14, 1892, Rev. R. Arthur officiating.
T.D. Heyl and Miss Luella M. Botton of Denver were married at Denver, Sept. 6, 1892, Rev. J.M.Mustgrove officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Heyl have arrived in Lincoln and will begin housekeeping in a few days at the corner of Court and Sixth streets. Mr. Heyl is the affable and popular station agent at this place and he and his estimable wife are very welcome among us.
Lincoln Beacon, Oct. 13, 1892Arthur Stewart and Miss Lulu Farrens, both of Barnard, were married Oct. 10, 1892, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officaiting.
A.L. Shriner of Ogden, Utah, and Miss Chloe Williams, of Lincoln, Kan., were married Oct. 5, 1892, at Lincoln, Rev. E. Cameron officiating.
O.T. Boroughs of Beverly and Miss Grace Bartlett of Lincoln were married at 10 a.m., Sunday, Dec. 11, 1892, Rev. A. Case officiating, at the residence of the bride's mother, in Lincoln.
This marriage was celebrated strictly in private, only a few intimate friends of the contracting parties being present, Mr. and Mrs. Boroughs have taken up their residence in Beverly, where Mr. Boroughs is engaged in teaching. Both Mr. and Mrs. Boroughs excell in all the personal attributes of courage, intelligence, culture and in high social and professional standing as well, and all their other friends agree with us that the future holds for them both a far more than average career.
Lincoln Beacon, Jan. 19, 1893A.E. Achterberg and Miss Maggie Garrity, both of Lincoln, were married Jan. 9, 1893, at Salina, Rev. F.D. Baker of Salina officiating.
J.R. Boles and Maggie J. Showman, both of Franklin township, were married Jan. 1, 1893, Rev. L.W. Fitzwater officiating.
Mr. E.G. Steele to Miss Mary A. Charlesworth, at the home of the bride's paretns in Beloit, on Wednesday morning, Jan. 11. Mr. Steele is the residence partner of the Goodrich & Steele wholesale fruit house, and Miss Charlesworth was for sometime a teacher in our city schools. Both parties have hosts of friends who wish them well in their new relations. The couple are now in the south on a bridal trip. - Salina Union. (Mrs. Steele is a sister of Mrs. W.A. Thompson and John Charlesworth of this place.)
Lincoln Beacon, Feb. 2, 1893Joseph Wopat and Miss Anna Ridl, both of Wilson, were married at Lincoln, Jan. 24, 1893, Judge Gilpin officiating.
At Lincoln, Kan., Jan. 26, 1893, by Rev. H.C. Bradbury, Joseph Morris and Miss Maggie M. Brann, both of Lincoln.
Edney Hoss of Brookville and Miss Etta McManus of Carneiro, were married Jan. 20, 1893, at Carneiro, Rev. L.A. Dugger officiating.
H.T. Doll and Miss Bertha Terrey, both of Barnard, were married Jan. 29, 1893, at the home of James Doll, in Beaver township.
Lincoln Beacon, Feb. 16, 1893Joseph F. Stewart and Miss Adella Leemster were married Feb. 15, 1893, at the residence of the bride's parents, at Paris, Lincoln county, Rev. J.S. Strange officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, March 16, 1893By Rev. E. Cameron, at his residence in Lincoln, March 8, 1893, Charles E. Hislop with Miss Minnie Rees, both of this city. They have gone to housekeeping at the None Smith residence on College street. Mr. Hislop has during a two year's residence here, won the confidence and respect of the community and is regarded as one of the solid young businessmen of Lincoln. Miss Minnie has lived here since early childhood and has the love and respect of all who know her, and enters upon her new sphere in life with the earnest wishes of all of us for her future happiness and prosperty. If marriage is a lottery Mr. Hislop can congratulate himself on having drawn a prize.
Lincoln Beacon, March 23, 1893Charles H. Richardson and Mary Bollier, both of Sylvan Grove, were united in marriage at the office of the Probate Judge in Lincoln, March 25, 1893, H.H. Gilpin officiating.
Ulises C. Windsor and Maude M. Burgess, both of Salina, were married at the residence of James Windsor in Franklin Township, by Rev. J.J. Hillman.
Norman A. Coffman and Mary E. Whitman both of Pottersburg, Kan., March 25, 1893, by John Van Leewen, Justice of the Peace, at his residence.
Lincoln Beacon, April 13, 1893Joseph Pertl of Lucas and Miss Anna Votruba of Sylvan Grove were married April 10, 1893, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
James A. Lyon of Pottersburg and Miss Laura Jackman of Lincoln, were married April 9, 1893, at Sylvan Grove, G.P. Ide, justice of the peace, officiating.
Frank Jenik and Miss Mary Krahova, both of Wilson, were married April 5, 1893, at Wilson, M.H. Keyser, justice of the peace, officiating.
Ezekial C. Walters of Pleasant Valley and Miss Ionia Walls of Lincoln were married April 9, 1893, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, June 1, 1893Martin W. Minnick of Minneapolis and Miss Maggie E. Kerr were married May 28, 1893, at the home of the bride's parents, near Shady Bend, Rev. Roberts of Tescott officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, June 15, 1893F.W. Atchison and Miss Rose Fertig, both of Ness City, were married at that place June 7, 1893. Mr. and Mrs Atchison arrived in Lincoln a few days ago and we understand that they expect to make their home here. They will receive a hearty welcome from our best people, both in business and society.
G.K. Smith and Miss Emma Stawn, both of Lincoln, were married in Lincoln at the home of the bride's parents, June 18, 1893, Rev. W.L. Cannon officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Smith took the noon train for the east. They will return to Lincoln to make their home here. Bride and groom come in for an equal share of as hearty good wishes, compliments and congratulations as ever saluted a newly wedded couple in Lincoln. If the hopes of an entire community presage anything, Mr. and Mrs. Smith will enjoy a long, prosperous and an all-round happy life, which we trust will be spent in Lincoln.
Lincoln Beacon, June 29, 1893A.L. Forgeus of Minneapolis and Miss Carrie L. Brunner of Tescott, were married at Sylvan Grove, June 26, 1893, Rev. A.T. Braenhahn officiating.
C.P. Saunders and Lillie M. Loy, both of Milo, were married at Lincoln, June 24, 1893, Rev. E. Cameron officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, July 30, 1893George Wacker of Vesper and Miss Eliza Hilgenberg of Wilson were married July 26, 1893, at Lincoln, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating.
James Redmon of Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Rachel L. Williams of Cedron were married July 27, 1893, at the residence of the bride's parents, T.J. Bonham, J.P., officiating.
At Lincoln, July 20, 1893, by H.C. Bradbury, minster of the gospel, Roper Berry and Miss Etta Powers, both of Cedron. Mr. Berry is running a farm in Cedron and has surely found a good one to help him at home. May Heaven ever shower its richest blessings on them.
At Lincoln, Kan., July 22, 1893, by H.C. Bradbury, minister of the gospel, Richard H. Beach and Miss Jane Beech. Some time ago Mr. Beach rossed the stormy Atlantic and fell in love with a girl in old England. Now she comes to America and they are one. May God ever bless them. Hiss Helen Hallidge, who came with the bride from England, was present at the wedding.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept. 14, 1893C. Burgard and Miss Mary Johnson, both of Denmark, were married Sept. 2, at Denmark, Rev. F.M. Christianson officiating.
V.C. Ackerlaund and Miss Faude Fetterling, both of Salina, were married Aug. 29, 1893, the probate judge of Saline county officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Nov. 23, 1893B.F. Dunham of Beverly and Miss Lillie Mills of Lincoln were married Nov. 14, 1893, at the M.E. parsonage in Lincoln, Rev. W.L. Cannon officiating. Both the contracting parties have lived since childhood in Lincoln unti Mr. Dunham entered the railroad service, in which he is accounted an unusually faithful and competent man. The bride is one of the brightest and most universally popular young ladies in this vicinity, and both doubtless have a long and happy life before them.
Lincoln Beacon, Jan. 4, 1894John N. Davison and Miss Hattie Gould, both of Golden Belt township, were married Dec. 25, 1894, in Lincoln, at the residence of the groom's sister, Mrs. Ira S. Troup, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating. A more worthy couple never entered the matrimonial state in Lincoln county. If good wishes and wholesale congratulations have any prophetic significance, theirs will be a long life and filled with many blessings.
Lincoln Beacon, Feb. 1, 1894January the 18th 1894, Mr. Fredrick Wagner and Miss Martha Liss, both of Battle Creek township, Lincoln county, by Rev. John Miller, pastor of the German Baptist church officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Feb. 22, 1894At the residence of William Marshall, Thursday, Feb. 15, 1894, at 7 p.m., Mr. F.M. Choat and Mrs. Lucy C. Marshall, N.A. Stull officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, March 22, 1894By Rev. W.L. Cannon at the M.E. parsonage, Lincoln, Kan., March 7, 1894, Mr. Walter Gorton and Miss Edna Cullum, both of Beverly, Kan.
On Tuesday, Probate Judge Gilpin issued license for the marriage of Paul Landgraf and Martha Wohler, both of Sylvan Grove.
At Sylvan Grove, Kan., on Wednesday, March 14, 1894, Charles W. Goff, of Sylvan Grove, and Miss Blanche Wellman, of Abilene, Rev. A. Braenhahn, pastor of the German Lutheran church, officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, April 19, 1894Eli Dale and Ivy Graham were married Sunday, at the home of the bride's mother, at Rocky Hill. The young folks are to be congratuated. Eli is now a real estate agent in the Cherokee strip, and is making lots of money.
Lincoln Beacon, May 3, 1894Supt. Truman and Miss Velma Dunham were married at the residence of Elder Medcraft Sunday evening. We have not had official notice of this, but risk it for a true statement of the facts and extend congratulations upong the happy event. There are aobut a hundred school children in this city who will sit up and yowl like coyotes, if they are to lose the bride as their teacher in the future. They were very warmly attached to her and will be hard to convince that she was doing right in leaving them.
Ira Lewis was married at Eldorado Thursday evening of last week to Miss Lulu Burdett. The young lady is a niece of G.M. Weeks, of this city, and visited here some years ago. Ira Lewis was assistant cashier of the First National bank at one time, but now resides at Knoxville, Ill.
Lincoln Beacon, May 17, 1894Albert Campbell and Miss Della Clark, both of Victor, were married May 6, 1894, at Victor, Rev. J.W. McPeek officiating.
J.B. Farrens and Miss Alta King, both of Barnard, wee married May 6, 1894, at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev. H.R. Gouldin officiating.
[From the Beverly correspondent] Mrs. Eliza Lang is now Mrs. Holmes. They were entertained with a fine chivarei the 10th of May.
Lincoln Beacon, May 31, 1894J.L. Harbaugh was married May 23, at Xenia, Ill., to Miss Minnie Friend, and they are visiting in Lincoln, with Mr. Harbaugh's brother, W.L.. Mr. and Mrs. Harbaugh will reside in Perry, Okla., where Mr. H. has been located for some time.
Lincoln Beacon, June 7, 1894On Wednesday afternoon, June 6, by Rev. R. Arthur of Lincoln, Mr. Clyde Matthews of Sylvan Grove, to Miss Lulu E. Lewis of Vesper. A quiet wedding at the bride's home, witnessed only by a few friends and relatives, followed by a most bountiful dinner, and the young couple started forward on life's journey together accompanied by the best wishes of all for their future happiness and prosperity.
Lincoln Beacon, June 21, 1894Fred Gier and Miss Louisa Wohler, both of Sylvan Grove, were married at Sylvan Grove, June 6, 1894, Rev. A.F. Braenhahn officiating.
J.D. Middlekauff and Miss Sadie Mason, both of Lincoln, were married at Lincoln, June 17, 1894, Rev. H.C. Bradbury officiating.
George Reasoner and Miss Eva Dick, both at present of Lansing, Kan., were married June 4, 1894, at Lansing, and are now housekeeping at that place. The groom's permanent home is in Washington county, he now being an officer in the state penitentiary. Miss Dick is a daughter of H. Dick, of this county, who is now a guard at the penitentiary.
In this city, Sunday evening, June 10, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tufts, by Rev. Sarah M. Barnes, Mr. Alfred H. Wait, of Lincoln, and Miss Lillian Abby Wooldridge. Only a few of the more intimate friends and relatives were present to witness the solemn ceeremony, which was feelingly and impressively pronounced in Mother Barnes' happiest manner. After congratulations all were seated at a delicious repast of cream, cake and berries. Among the numerous beautiful and appropriate presents ot the new family was a willow rocker from members of Progress L.A., 2671 K. of L., and a recognition pin of the order from the assembly to the bride. The groom is a son of Capt. W.S. Wait, treasurer of the state board of charities, who was unable to attend the wedding on account of illness. Mrs. Wait and Miss Nellie Parker, mother and cousin of the groom, were the only guests from abroad. The happy couple spent Monday at the Agricultural college and from there went to the Populist state convention to which Mr. Wait was a delegate from Lincoln county. They will residede in Lincoln where the Waits are publishing the Beacon. May they live long and prosper. - Junciton City Tribune.
[From the Barnard correspondent] William McFall was married yesterday to a young lady from Moulton, Iowa.
[From the Dry Creek correspondent] William McFall of Barnard and Miss Davis of Iowa, were married June 10, Rev. Gouldin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, July 12, 1894Daniel W. Hickson of Rosette, and Miss Cora O'hair of Lucas, were married June 24, 1891, at Rosette, Rev. M.J. Steinmetz officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, July 12, 1894Married by the Rev. Patten, Mr. George W. Wager, of Tescott, and Miss Sue I. Morton, of Beverly. The couple were attended by Mr. Harry Scott and Miss V. Dora Morton, sister of the bride. After the ceremony the bridal party returned to Mrs. T.E. Scott's, mother of the groom, where an elegant supper awaited them. The birde wore ashes of roses, crystal silk. The bridesmaid wore dove color. The happy pair will live on a farm near Minneapolis, where the well wishes of their friends and relatives follow them.
Lincoln Beacon, July 19, 1894At the home of the bride's parents in Valley township, Lincoln county, Kansas, July 16, 1894, by H.C. Bradubry, minister of the gospel, Frederick R. Harrison and Ida Elizabeth Haywood. The relatives and guests present had a very pleasant time and a bountiful wedding feast. We wish this new home heaven's richest blessing.
Lincoln Beacon, July 26, 1894Charles McKay and Miss Grace M. Richardson, both of Lincoln, were married Tuesday, July2 4, 1894, at Lincoln, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Aug. 2, 1894Kirk Anderson and Miss Eva Melrose, both of Lincoln, were married at the home of the bride's parents, July 29, Rev. Robbins officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Aug. 9, 1894By Rev. W.L. Cannon at the M.E. parsonage, Lincoln, Kanas, Aug. 2, 1894, Mr. Isaac N. Wilcox, of Denmark, Kan., and Miss Mary Richardson, of Mercer county, Mo.
Lincoln Beacon, Aug. 23, 1894At the home of the bride's parents, near Lincoln, Kan., Aug. 22, 1894, by H.C. Bradbury, minister of the gospel, Jesse A. Garrett and Miss Effie M. Course. The bridegroom is a young school teacher from Orriha, Iowa, a brother of Mr. Garrett of Marion township. The bride is one of Lincoln county's best teachers, the superintendent of the Malone Sunday school and a daughter of W.H. Course. May they ever have God's richest blessings.
Lincoln Beacon, Aug. 30, 1894John T. Brann and Miss Matti Otto, both of Lincoln, were married Aug. 29, 1894, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating.
William A.H. Andreson and Miss Rebecca M. Pardee, both of Denmark, Lincoln county, were married Aug. 29, 1894, at Denmark, Justice VanLeewen officiatng.
John Kobbemann and Miss Katie Giesler, both of Lone Walnut, were married at Lincoln, Aug. 30, 1894, Probate Judge Gilpin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept 13, 1894Robert Folwer of Lucas, and Miss Lula Jay of Sylvan Grove, were married Sept. 6, 1894, at the Windsor Hotel in Lincoln, Rev. W.L. Cannon officiating.
D. Will Patterson of Allamead, and Miss Minnie E. Boyle of Lincoln, were married at the home of the bride's parents in Lincoln, Sept. 9, 1894, Rev. W.L. Cannon officiating.
E.S. Newton, M.D., and Miss Letta Richardson, both of Lincoln, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Sept. 12, 1894, Rev. W.L. Cannon officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept. 20, 1894John Anderson and Hella Nelson were married Saturday afternoon at the residence of Peter Anderson in Grant township. Their friends came that evening in flocks and crowds and a regular old-fashioned good time was had.
Lincoln Beacon, Sept. 27, 1894George Rull and Miss Belle Ancell were married Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Andrew Sappenfield and Miss Lizzie Roberts were married Sept. 23.
Lincoln Beacon, Oct. 18, 1894Charles Mann and Miss Viola Kilmer, both of Lincoln, were married at Beloit, Saturday, Oct. 13, 1894.
Lincoln Beacon, Nov. 1, 1894Charles Reid of Beverly, and Miss Effie Thomas of Freedom, were married at the residence of, and by, Rev. Medcraft, Sunday, Oct. 14, 1894.
Arthur Scholler of Beloit, and Miss Edna Savin of Lincoln, were married Oct. 30, 1894, at the home of the bride's parents, at Lincoln, Rev. W. L. Cannon officiating.
E.H. McManus and Miss Emma Webb, both of Beverly, were united in marriage, Tuesday evening, Oct. 23, 1894, in Salina, Rev. Lyons of the First M.E. church officiating.
George E. Titus of Sylvan Grove, and Miss Edith Lewis of Vesper, were married Oct. 30, 1894, at the Windsor Hotel, in Lincoln, Rev. R. Arthur officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Titus will make their home in Minnesota.
Mr. F.M. Kent of Brookville, and Miss Leta M. Crosby of Monroe, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's mother, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 1894, Rev. Miller of Tescott, performing the ceremony.
Lincoln Beacon, Nov. 1, 1894By Rev. W.L. Cannon, Mr. Arthur Scholten of Beloit and Miss Edna Savin, of Lincoln, Kan. At the home of the bride's parents, Oct. 30, 1894.
Lincoln Beacon, Nov. 8, 1894Samuel Berry of Shady Bend and Miss Ella Tucker of Lincoln, were married at Lincoln on Nov. 7, 1894, Rev. W.L. Cannon officiating.
David C. Benton and Miss Priscilla J. Allen were married at Lincoln on Nov. 1, 1894, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Henry R. Robinsoin of Osborne and Elizabeth Allen of Barnard, were married Oct. 29, 1894, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Frederick Sheldon and Miss Sophia Mortenson of Pottersburg, were married at Pottersburg, Oct. 29, 1894, John Van Leewen, justice of the peace, officiaitng.
Charles C. Spear and Miss Cora E. Truman, both of Lincoln, were married Oct. 26, 1894, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Nov. 15, 1894At Minneapolis, Kan., by Rev. J.S. Sponseller, on the morning of Nov. 5, 1894, Miss Lillina J. Trickey, of Barnard, Kan., and Mr. Edward C. Winscott, of St. Joseph, Mo.
William A. Mong of Denmark, Kan., and Miss Maude M. Cheney of Vesper, were married Nov. 14, 1894, at the residence of the bride's parents, William B. Cheney Sr. and wife, Rev. R. Arthur officiating.
At the residence of the undersigned, justice of the peace, Mr. George Feather to Miss Emma Lock, both of Madison township, C.J. Coooper, J.P. officiating. These young people have not lived here long, but already have a large circle of friends and relatives in this and Ottawa counties who will rejoice with them. They will visit relatives of Mrs. Feather's in Lincoln. Afterward George will take his bride home to his father in Ottawa county, and to visit other relatives in the same county. May God's blessing attend them through a long, happy and useful life.
Lincoln Beacon, Dec. 6, 1894Edward Smith and Nora B. Pulk, both of Lucas, were married Nov. 22, 1894, at Lincoln, Judge Gilpin officiating.
John Winchell and Miss Lucy Fitzwater, both of Bashan, were married Nov. 29, 1894, at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev. L.W. Fitzwater and wife, Rev. David Stoner officiating.
Lincoln Beacon, Dec. 13, 1894Orin Perkins and Miss Mona Joseph, both of Barnard, were married at Barnard, Nov. 29, 1894, Rev. Richardson officiating.
Return to Lincoln County Kansas Genealogy main page.
DO YOU HAVE
QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, CONTRIBUTIONS FOR US?
Bill and Diana Sowers, Lincoln County Coordinators
Tracee Hamilton, Lincoln County Coordinator
| ||Search all of Blue Skyways
Copyright 1997, 1998 by Bill and Diana Sowers