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CHAMBERS-GRASSLEY

Mr. Eugene Chambers a Q Blacksmith, was on Tuesday evening married to Miss Sophia Grassley, daughter of John Grassley. They left on a wedding trip to Quincy. We wish them a happy future.
[Galesburg newspaper, October 25, 1884 - Sub. by Foxie Hagerty]

FITZGERALD-MCDERMOT

Mr. J. C. Fitzgerald, of Cass County, Indiana, and Miss Louisa McDermot, of this city, were married at the Catholic church Tuesday by Rev. Father Costa.
[Galesburg newspaper, October 25, 1884 - Sub. by Foxie Hagerty]

HUBBARD-WEARE

William H. Hubbard, Chicago, a nephew of Dr. Hurd, and Miss Susan Weare, of Grand Rapids, Mich. were married there lately. Dr. Hurd, wife and son attended the ceremony which was performed in the church and was unusually interesting. The groom is well known here, having formerly spent a year in Galesburg.
[Galesburg newspaper, October 25, 1884 - Sub. by Foxie Hagerty]

JOHNSON-ADAMS

Mr. Wallace H. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hirma Johnson and Miss Katherine A. Adams, daughter of the later Mr. E. R. Adams, were married at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Adams homestead, 850 West street, Rev. ????? can't read. performing the ceremony. The wedding was a private one, only relatives being present.
[Can't read the rest] [Galesburg newspaper, October 25, 1884 - Sub. by Foxie Hagerty]

McCONCHIE-MINIUM
HARRY MCCONCHIE OF ONEIDA, WEDS
Harry A. McConchie, a well known young man of Oneida, and Miss Ina Blanch Minium of Dubuque, Ia., were married last evening at 7 o’clock by Rev. N. T. Allen at his residence, 216 Allen’s avenue. The couple was attended by Cook Tait and Miss Genevieve Mc Conchie a Samuel McConchie of Oneida. The bride was born at Versailles, Ill., but has lived at Dubuque for a number of years. She has been visiting at Oneida for some weeks.
[September 03, 1908, unknown newspaper - Sub. by Foxie Hagerty]

MILLER - PARSONS

Galesburg Couple Are Wed in Peoria
Rev. Charles Edward Raymond performed the marriage ceremony for Miss Ruth Ione PARSONS and Charles Edwin MILLER, both of Galesburg, Il., at the Raymond apartments yesterday. Edgar TAYLOR and M. H. HEINZ attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. MILLER and spending their honeymoon in Peoria and will be at home in Galesburg at 502 North Broad street after September 26. [Peoria Star, Thursday, September 22, 1927]

PERRIGO - WEEKS
Married, at Galesburg, Knox Co., Ill., on the 25th of Jan., by Rev. H.H. Kellogg, Mr. James Perrigo, Jr. of Ridge Prairie, Madison Co., Ill., to Miss Hannah Amelia Weeks, daughter of Lewis Weeks, Esq., of the former place. [Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal, 18 February 1842]


PETERSON - NELSON
FOREST FLOWER GIRL AND SOPERVILLE MAN ARE MARRIED
Miss Gladys Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nelson of Forest Flower and Walter Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson of near Soperville were quietly married by the Rev. Mr. Bengtson in Galesburg Tuesday after-noon at 3 o'clock. They were attended by Miss Elvira Starr and Wilfred John-son of Galesburg, friends of the bride and groom. The bride looked charming in blue satin back canton crepe with hat and cloak to match. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nelson held a re-ception Thursday evening at their home 10 miles northwest of Galesburg in their honor. About forty relatives were present. Mrs. Nelson assisted by her sisters served ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson received many beautiful and useful presents, among which was quite a sum of money. At a later hour the young people of Soperville gave them a rousing charvari which was heard for some distance. They left Friday at 3:53 a.m. for Centerville, South Dakota on a pleasure trip after which they will go to Sioux City, Ia., where the bride groom is engaged in a garage. [date of marriage: May 2nd, 1923; from an unknown newspaper, submitted by Sonja Olson Oldham - these are her grandparents]


SAUTER-DENNHOEFER

Galesburg: Mr. John Sauter and Miss Mary Dennhoefer were united in marriage at the German Lutheran church at 7 o'clock Friday night, Oct. 5, Rev. Bergen, the newly chosen pastor, performing the wedding ceremony. The altar was decorated with flowers. The bridal couple were attended by Misses Mary Frey and Lena Maul, and Messrs. William Schultz of Mendota, and Jacob Sauter, Miss Lena Bauman presided at the organ. After the ceremony the married couple were tendered a reception at the residence of the brides parents, 932 Seminary street. The presents were numerous and beautiful.
(Galesburg's Republican-Register, October 6, 1883, submitted by Todd Walter)

SCHLIEMANN-JOHNSON
Mr. Will E. Schliemann and Miss Floe Johnson were married at Princeton last week. The groom graduated this summer from Knox college.
[Galesburg newspaper, October 25, 1884 - Sub. by Foxie Hagerty]

STILLSON-EADS
Dr. Stillson and Miss Kate Eads, of Knoxville, were married Thursday evening at the home o f the bride's mother in that city. A number of friends from Galesburg were present at the ceremony.
[Galesburg newspaper, October 25, 1884 - Sub. by Foxie Hagerty]

WINN-WILLARD
Married -- At Galesburg, Sept. 20, by Rev. John Winn, Rev. Thomas C. Winn and Miss Lila C. Willard of G.
[October 4, 1877, Henry Republican, Henry, IL - Sub. by Nancy Piper]




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