Oakley, Bernard, of Geneseo, Henry Co., married Ida Carlson of Moline on the 24th. (RI & Moline Daily Union, Monday, 28 Oct. 1867)
The Henry County News, Geneseo IL January 8, 1880
Married Wm. Okle, Edford and Annie Blank, Edwards
OMARK - PALM
YOUNG COUPLE WED.
Miss Mary Palm and Frank Omark United in Marriage.
On Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran parsonage, Mr. Frank Omark to Miss Anna Marie Palm. After the ceremony they repaired to the home of the bride's parent's, 613 E Court St., where they received the congratulations of many friends and all partook of a bounteous wedding supper. They were the recipients of many fine presents. They went immediately to Kewanee where the groom, a former Galva boy, has a fine home nicely furnished.
A lady who has known the bride intimately from childhood, has this to say about her: "She is a remarkably pretty, sweet tempered girl. You can say everything good about Mary and Frank and cannot tell a story then." What more could we add? The News concurs and unites with their friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous life. (Source: Scrapbook compiled by Peggy Goertzen from the 1890's - transcribed for G.T. by Jackie McCarty)
OTIS, Emnass, married Miss Mary E. JOHNSON, all of henry (sic) County, in Wethersfield, Henry Co. on February 28, 1853. (Rock Island ADVERTIZER, Wednesday, 9 March 1853)(Transcribed by Nancy Overlander Proofed by Mary Kay Krogman)
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