On Wednesday, April 6, 1910, at Pueblo, Colorado, occurred the marriage of
Miss Christine Marie Walter of that city to Dr. Daniel Cornelius O'Connell
of Milwaukee. The bride, we understand, is the daughter of a wealthy brewer
of Pueblo and happily endowed with more than a passing share of personal
attractions. The groom, to whom we will have to confine the greater part of
our sketch, was born in the town of Scott, near Beechwood, this county, and
together with his twin brother, Dr. James O'Connell, to whom he bears such a
striking resemblance, that we fear the happy bride will sometimes mistake
"hubby" for the other man.
A large family of brothers and sisters was raised to manhood and womanhood
on the old Scott farm. Tiring of rural life and lured by the wiles of
Esculapius, Dan, as he is more familiarly called, betook himself to the
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Milwaukee, and there after a four-years'
course was graduated with honors. A year later Dr. James was graduated.
They both took up the practice of medicine in Menasha, where they were
successful for several years when they went to Milwaukee. Here too they are
enjoying a lucrative practice.
All his old and admiring friends in Sheboygan county wish Dr. Daniel and his
fair bride a long and happy life, attended with the highest degree of
happiness and prosperity. The happy couple will be at home to their friends
in Milwaukee after June 1. - A Friend
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