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This marriage was contributed by: Barbara Petura

Source: The Plymouth Reporter - January 12, 1882

Matrimonially Mated

Tuesday evening, at eight o’clock, occurred the marriage of Mr. S. A. Bradley, of Milwaukee, purchasing agent for Wm. Miller’s Sash, Door and Blind Factory, of that city, and Miss Mary Schneider, of this city. The bridal couple were attended by Miss Barbara Pfrang and John Wolff, of Neillsville, and Miss Sophie Woehrman of Sheboygan and Mr. Henry Fischer of this city. The ceremony was performed by Justice Wolf, at the residence of the bride’s parents, and in the presence of immediate relatives and a few invited friends. The bride was attired in a dress of navy blue, trimmed with gros grain silk and fringe. The happy couple immediately started on a northern bridal tour and upon their return will take up their residence at Milwaukee. The bride is a young lady very popular in German circles here, and will be greatly missed. The Reporter joins in wishing them a life of unalloyed marital felicity.

NOTES: The marriage was a civil ceremony on January 11, 1882, in Plymouth, Sheboygan County. The marriage certificate shows Mary’s father as Frederick Schneider and her mother as Christiana Nebb. Sherman’s parents were recorded as L. H. Bradley and Mary Simmons. The name of the firm for which Mr. S. A. Bradley worked was actually the Willer Manufacturing Co., Sash, Dooor, Blinds, etc., Milwaukee.

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