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This marriage was transcribed & donated by: Michael Petrie

Sheboygan Press - Saturday - September 11, 1920 - pg. 5 - c. 2

Fannie Bea Wright marries Fay D. Walrath

Miss Fannie Bea Wright, daughter of Washington F. Wright, Plymouth, and Fay D. Walrath, Beloit, were quietly united in marriage last Saturday at Waukegan, Ill., by the Rev. John Hayes Burnett, of the First Congregational church at Waukegan. Mr. and Mrs. William Hansen, Racine, attended the couple. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Walrath returned to Plymouth where they are spending several days before going to northern Wisconsin to spend their honeymoon. The bride is well known in the county, having bee a teacher for several years. She also taught in the kindergarten in the public schools at Racine, and for the past several years has been attached to the pay-roll department of the J.I. Case Threshing Machine company. During the time she taught school in this county she displayed unusual ability and made a host of friends. The groom is the son of Montford N. Walrath, and is employed as a pattern-maker by the Fairbanks-Morse company at Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Walrath will take up their residence in Beloit.

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