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ARMSTRONG - BORRIDGE
Married at Nauvoo, on the 21st ult., by the Rev. G. G. Worthington, P. A. Armstrong to Miss Mary J. Borridge, late of Pittsburgh, Pa. [The Ottawa Free Trader, Ottawa, Illinois, January 1, 1847]


BERRY - THOMPSON
Miss Alice Lou Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson of Huntington, became the bride of Mr. Otis Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Berry of Monroe City, formerly of Hannibal, at Barry, Ill., Tuesday afternoon. Only immediate relatives were present at the marriage ceremony which was read impressively by the Rev. C. B. Hilton, Baptist minister, in his home, at two o'clock.
The bride wore at her wedding a smart fall costume of brown with harmonizing accessories and had a corsage of roses. Mr. Berry is a brother of Mrs. Clark Drennan, 822 North Sixth street, and is well known in this city where he formerly lived. Dispensing with a wedding trip for the present, Mr. and Mrs. Berry will live on a farm south of Monroe City.
(The Hannibal Courier-Post Newspaper, Oct 9, 1935, page 7 - submitted by Sara Hemp)

LEWIS - KELLY
Mr. Jos. Lewis and Miss Rose Kelly of Nauvoo's vicinity will be united in marriage in the Nauvoo Catholic church on Thanksgiving morning.  [The Daily Gate City and Constitution-Democrat (Keokuk, Iowa), November 26, 1919]

RHEINBERGER - WALTHER
Mr. Harold Rheinberger and Miss Zelda Walther, of Nauvoo, were quietly married in the Catholic parsonage last Tuesday morning. Rev. Father Tholen officiating. Immediately after the ceremony, the happy young couple repaired to the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walther, where an excellent wedding repast was served. The groom was born and raised in Nauvoo and has attended the steamer Keokuk's affairs in Nauvoo for several years, and is also Nauvoo's water works and sewer system manager. The bride is also a Nauvoo product and is a young lady of splendid traits of character, who numbers her friends by the score, all of whom congratulate the young married couple. They will make Nauvoo their home and will reside in a residence at the northwest end of St. Mary's academy block.  [The Daily Gate City and Constitution-Democrat.(Keokuk, Iowa), November 26, 1919]

 


 


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