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Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan - Marriage Notices


Thursday, June 2, 1887 Page 5
Chas. D. Bentley, of the firm of Marshall, Bentley and Ritchie real estate dealers, took his departure for Detroit on Thursday last for the purpose of taking unto himself a wife. The ceremony takes place to-day and the happy couple will start immediately for Sault Ste. Marie, their future home. Mr. Bentley has made a host of friends since coming here, who will gladly join the Democrat in extending congratulation to him and his fair bride and tendering them a cordial welcome "home."

Thursday, June 9, 1887 Page 4
Homer Luce, son of Gov. Luce, is to be married on the 14th inst, to Miss Grace Barnham, of Orland, Ind.

Thursday, June 23, 1887 Page 2
Canada Sault
Quite a number of Korah people were in town on Monday to witness the marriage of Mr. Wallace Hood to Miss Katie Merton, both of Korah.

Thursday, July 7, 1887 Page 2
Canada Sault
Robert Coulter was married to Miss Rebecca Scott at Shingwauk Home by Rev. E. F. Wilson on Wednesday.

Thursday, July 7, 1887 Page 2
Canada Sault
Wednesday witnessed the marriage of David McGill to Miss Lamon at the residence of Mr. Christner, after which the happy party drove to their home in the township of Tarentorus.

Thursday, July 7, 1887 Page 5
Newberry Notes
Married
At the parsonage of the Church of St. Ignatius, by the Rev. Father Koyle, on the evening of June 22, 1887, Alex. Bath, telegraph operator at the Point, and Mrs. Sophia McGrath also of St. Ignace.

Thursday, July 14, 1887 Page 5
Miss Lottie Biggings, daughter of the editor of the Algoma Pioneer, and Mr. L. B. Davidson, principal of the Canada Sault high school, were married on Monday of this week.

Thursday, July 21, 1887 Page 2
Newberry Jas. Cummings and Miss Maggie A. Thompson were married at Dollarville on the 11th.

Thursday, July 21, 1887 Page 2
"Billy" West, the negro comedian, has just married an heiress the daughter of the late E. Jay Morris, ex-minister to Turkey.

Thursday, July 21, 1887 Page 2
Ruth Hannah Sykes, a disgraced member of the Salvation Army, had been in jail at Dover, N. H., for some time for larceny and other offenses. On the 12th a young man named T. F. Gay, of New York, went there and said he wanted to marry Hannah and pay her fine. The magistrate objected as the girl admitted that she did not know Gay. She was willing to marry him, however, and the ceremony was performed and Mrs. Gay released.

Thursday, July 28, 1887 Page 5
Marriages-On the 29th ult, by the Rev. Dr. Campbell, Thomas Wilson, Esq. to Miss Maggie McKeddie, both of the Township of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. On the same day Dr. Campbell joined in the bonds of matrimony, at his residence, Sault Ste. Marie, Mr. David McGill to Miss Bessie Lamon, both of Algoma, Ontario, Canada.

Thursday, July 28, 1887 Page 8
Newberry Notes
Married
By a card received, we are informed that Mr. Will N. Jenny and Miss Annie L. Warkup were married at Saginaw on the 12th inst.

Thursday, July 28, 1887 Page 8
Cheybogan Notes
Married - Monday, at the residence of and by the Rev. W. S. Bugbee, Mr. Dennis Fisher and Miss Lizzie Levique, both of Cheboygan.

Thursday, August 11, 1887 Page 2
Married - At the M. E.parsonage August 5, 1887 by the Rev. G. H. Whit ney, Mr. John Metzger and Miss Hannah Saunders both of Sault Ste. Marie.

Thursday, August 11, 1887 Page 2
Married - At the M. E. Parsonage, August 6, 1887 by Rev. G. H. Whitney, Mr. Isaac Cadott of Sailors Encampment, and Miss Anna McLeod of Goderich, Canada.

Thursday, August 11, 1887 Page 2
Married - On the 27 inst. by Rev. John Ferris B. A.; at the resi dence of Robert Rutherford, J. P., Edward Rutherford to Miss Annie Reavie both of St. Ignace.

Thursday, August 25, 1887 Page 2
Married - By Justice McKinley, Tuesday evening August 16th, at residence of Archie Stewart, John Pollock to Miss Elizabeth Cunningham, all of Newberry. No cards.

Thursday, September 1, 1887 Page 3
Douglass F. Carlin chief clerk at the Cheyenne Agency, was married at Pierre, D. T., last week to Madien Duprest, the wealthiest Indian heiress on the Sioux reservation. Carlin is closely connected with prominent army officers, and with the Carlins of Illinois. Over 1,000 Indians witnessed the ceremony and the festivals will last three days.

Thursday, September 8, 1887 Page 7
Wedding Bells: Rundle–Carlton
One of those joyous events by which two souls were made happy, occurred yesterday, in the marriage of Ella J. Carlton, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Carlton, to Dr. F. W. Rundle. About 8 o'clock the relatives and a few intimate friends gathered at the Carlton residence, where the ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. P. Cory, assisted by Rev. T. R. Easterday. After the ceremony, the guests sat down to an elaborate collation, and with merry words and happy smiles, passed the time until the arrival of the Athabaska, the boat which was to take them on their first trip over the matrimonial sea.
They left about noon for a three week trip to Toronto, Niagara Falls and other points in the east, where they will enjoy their honeymoon. The house was tastily decorated, and the bride, arrayed in white, was truly a typical bride.
The young couple were the recipients of many beautiful presents from their relatives and friends.
On their return home they will remain with the bride's parents for a few days, and then will keep house in the doctor's residence on Ashmun St.
Both bride and groom are most popular and well known to the society people, and with them on their voyage through life, is carried the wishes and hearty congratulations of the people of the Sault.


Thursday, September 15, 1887 Page 10
Newberry Notes
A pleasant and enjoyable affair was the marriage of Herbert W. Bennet, of Bay City to Miss Milicent Salmon, daughter of Mrs. Price Nelson, which occurred in the parlours of the Nelson. House last Sunday afternoon, Rev. Jno. Christison. performing the ceremony.


Thursday, September 22, 1887 Page 1
Married
The following marriage notice is in correction of the one publised in last weeks paper.
Miss Lillie Howlett, daughter of Mr. Wm. Howlett, was married at her father's residence to Mr. James Carley, on Monday, Sep. 12, 1887, by Rev. P. T. Rowe, B. A.


Thursday, September 22, 1887 Page 9
W. E. Pickford, of Kansas, is back to the Sault on a visit. He was recently married to Miss Lottie Leach, of Trowbridge, Canada. While here he and his wife are stopping at his father's, C. W. Pickford.

Thursday, September 22, 1887 Page 12
It is whispered around that Charles E. Ambrose, the real estate man, is to be married on Saturday next to Miss Fannie E. Adams, the daughter of Charles Adams, a large wholesale dry goods man, of Harrisburg, Pa., and that their bridal trip will be to California, returning here in November.

Thursday, September 29, 1887 Page 2
Married - At the residence of and by Rev. John Farries, B. A., St. Ignace, on September 19th, 1887. Mason Howlett to Miss Annie Amy, both of Newberry.

Thursday, October 6, 1887 Page 9
Married
Tuesday evening, about eight o'clock, a very quiet wedding took place in the parlors of the Michigan Exchange, the contracting parties being L. N. McLean and Miss Carrie Merrill, both of Drummond Island. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. G. Pelly, of Evanston, Ill.

Thursday, October 6, 1887 Page 11
Seth Mathieson, of Sault Ste. Marie, and Miss Nellie Murphy, of Roscommon were united in marriage this morning at St. Mary's Church. Daniel Daily, of East Saginaw, officiated as groomsman, and Miss Ella Murphy, of Saginaw City, cousin of the bride, as bridesmaid. The wedding guests took dinner at the Becker house. Mr. Mathieson and bride will leave to- morrow morning for the "Soo", where they will make their future home. - Bay City Press.

Thursday, October 13, 1887 Page 9
Married - On last evening, at the M. E. Parsonage, By Rev. D. Casler, Daniel W. Donaldson to Miss Mary J. McDonald, both of this city.

Thursday, October 13, 1887 Page 10
Hugo Hug married Miss Emma Frank at Indianapolis. What girl could resist a fellow with such a name?

Thursday, October 20, 1887 Page 7
John M. Ward, the New York short stop, married Helen Dauvray, the actress, last Wednesday at New York.

Thursday, November 10, 1887 Page 8
Hadley Sheldon was married to Miss -awson, of Allegan, recently.
Thursday, November 3, 1887 Page 9
Skipped by the Light of the Moon
The upper end of town near Gros Cap Avenue presented an excited scene yesterday morning. … It happens that Joseph Tousignant is the father of an interesting family, among whom mention s hould be made of his daughter May, a beautiful maiden of fifteen cold winters and the heroine of our tale. In an unguarded hour Mary's affections became centered in a young man named Charles Wilson. … by a genuine elopement. Accordingly Tuesday night, upon retiring, May carefully locked the chamber door after her, raised the window quietly, and soon made her way to the ground, with the assistance of her Romeo who stood waiting outside. … Immediate inquiries were instituted by the parents, and it was learned that a couple answering to that description had gone west on the six o'clock South Shore train. Telegrams were sent to St. Ignace, Newberry and Seney to apprehend the runaways, but no information of their whereabouts had been received up to last evening. …

Thursday, November 10, 1887 Page 1
In High Life
Jackson–Day Wedding
Last evening a most enjoyable affair occurred at the parlors of the Chippewa House, when Hon. Andrew Jackson was married to Mrs. Helen Jean Day. … About eight o'clock there gathered at the Chippewa House the very favored ones who were to witness the nuptials. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, the form of the Episcopal church being used. The couple immediately drove to their handsome new residence on Portage avenue, where hereafter they will be at home to their many friends. The bride is a most entertaining and cultured lady, a daughter of W. H. Meyers, the well known contractor. … The groom is one of the best known citizens of the Sault. …

Thursday, November 10, 1887 Page 16
Married
On the 1st day of Nov., in this city, by Rev. David Casler, pastor of the M. E. church, Thomas McKissock to Miss Mary E. Draper, both of this city.

Thursday, November 10, 1887 Page 16
At the M. E. parsonage, Nov. 5th, 1887, by pastor (Rev. David Casler) Samuel Waiskey to Miss Nancy Smith, both of Bay Mills.

Thursday, December 15, 1887 Page 8
Ezra Hamilton, a well known clerk in this city, was married to Mary Jobe last Thursday evening, at the residence of Mrs. A. H. Lavire.
Thursday, November 24, 1887 Page 4
Senator Joseph R. Hawley, of Connecticut was married at noon last Thursday, in St. Clement's Protestant Episcopal church to Miss Edith Horner of England, who has been for several years one of the head nurses at the Brockley Hospital in Philadelphia.

Thursday, November 24, 1887 Page 8
A double wedding took place Thursday at the residence of James Snudden, in the presence of a large and happy number of friends: Miss Ellen M. Snudden to Benjamin E. McKerchy, and Jas. H. Snudden, Jr., to Miss Mary E. Dygert, the Rev. P. T. Rowe, B.A., officiating.


Thursday, November 24, 1887 Page 16
On Monday morning last, at the St. Mary's church, occurred the marriage of Mr. Michael Lane to Miss Maggie McDougall. The couple were attended by Wm. O'Brien, as groomsman and Miss Deuford as bridesmaid. The bride wore a very rich costume and looked exceedingly attractive. After the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Father Chartier the party adjourned to the Marquette House where the wedding lunch had been prepared.

Thursday, December 8, 1887 Page 5
To-day is the fortieth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Brown. The DEMOCRAT cannot say that it has heard so noteworthy an event will be celebrated by a gathering of any sort at their hospitable mansion, but it can join with their numerous friends in wishing that Mr. and Mrs. Brown may live to celebrate their eightieth anniversary.

Thursday, December 8, 1887 Page 6
At twelve o'clock yesterday a pleasant wedding occurred at the residence of Guy H. Carleton, when Whit C. Given was married to his daughter, Hattie Bell Carleton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Rowe, of the Episcopal church, in the presence of a few invited guests and relatives. After the ceremony was performed a wedding lunch was served, and at 4:45 the young couple took the train for a short trip to Detroit and Cleveland.

Thursday, December 8, 1887 Page 15
Mr. Collins, the dry goods merchant of the Canadian Sault, returned home last week from Bracebridge, where he departed from single wretchedness to double blessedness. His bride, who came from one of the first families at that place, accompanied him to his northwest home. Her wedding presents were numerous and costly.

Thursday, December 15, 1887 Page 10
Newberry Notes
We learn from a granger friend at Rapinville that Evan Roberts was recently married to a young lady from Point La Barbe, and has settled down on his homestead.

Thursday, December 15, 1887 Page 12
The daughter of Gov. Alger was married recently to a son of Allen Sheldon, the merchant prince of Detroit. The affair of course was most elegant and the young couple are taking their wedding tour in the governor's private car.

Thursday, December 15, 1887 Page 16
Personal
Whit C. Given and bride returned Wednesday from the wedding Tour.

Thursday, December 22, 1887 Page 4
Canada Sault
Mr. Chas. Nisson, the gentlemanly foreman of the EXPRESS office, was married last week to Miss Annie McLeod. With numerous friends we join in wishing them a happy and prosperous voyage on the sea of matrimony.

Thursday, December 22, 1887 Page 8
An exceedingly attractive home wedding on December 9th, was that of Miss Alma Reynolds, daughter of William G. Reynolds, of Chicago, to Lieut. H. Foote Hodges, of the Engineer Corps, United States Army, which took place at noon at the residence of the bride's aunt Mrs. Joseph J. Slocum, 37 East Sixty-fifth street. Miss Reynolds wore a fallie gown, cut with long train … Her bouquet was of liies of the valley. Her maid of honour was Miss Mary Reynolds. She wore a gown of white nun's veiling. The brides cousins Miss Olivia Slocum and Miss Maude Ledyard, were prettily dressed in white and carried marriage bells of pink roses.
Ceremony by Rev. Dr. D. Parker Morgan.…
Saturday, January 7, 1888 Page 2
The announcement of the secret marriage of Mrs. H. W. Beckley to Joseph E. Trobb causes a sensation in fashionable society in Philadelphia. Mrs. Beckley was Miss Minnie Scott, the only daughter of the late Thomas A. Scott. She formed attachment for Trobb years ago. He was a working man and much older than she but through her parents' influence the acquaintance was discontinued and she married Beckley. Trobb also married. Beckley died and Trobb got a divorce and the present marriage is the sequel. Minnie Scott inherited $1,500,000 of her father's fortune.

Saturday, January 7, 1888 Page 8
Mr. J. H. Bunten, of the Soo, and Miss Libbie S. E. Loring, of Chicago, were married at the latter city on Christmas Day. They are now at home to their friends in this city on Christmas day. Mr. Bunten in connnected locally with the firm of Hebard & Son, and is a young gentleman with many friends all of whom join The News in tendering congratulations.

Saturday, January 7, 1888 Page 8
A notable social event on Wednesday evening was the marriage of Miss Jennie Ashmun to Mr. Peter Kelly, at the residence of Mr. Chas. Ripley, on Ridge street. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. P. Cory, of the Presbyterinian church, in the presence of quite a number of friends and relatives. The bride and groom are both well known in the city and Miss Ashmunn is a member of one of the oldest and most prominent families here. There were a number of pleasant associations connected with the wedding. The Ripley residence is one of the oldest in the city and the room in which the affair occurred, has witnessed the celebration of five marriages in the Ashmun family. Mr. Chas. Ripley himself married in the same room, seventeen years ago. The residence was tastefully decorated

Saturday, January 14, 1888 Page 5
Detour
The happy event was the marriage of Miss Deane Olmstead to Mr. John Rice. Johnny is a fine young man and here's our wish for a joyful and successful life.

Saturday, February 4, 1888 Page 2
George Thompson, the tramp who married a widow near Constantine a few days ago, as related in the Journal, has been sent to Jackson for three years for trying to kill his son-in-law with a hatchet.

Saturday, February 25, 1888 Page 1
A few friends who were in the Soo forty years ago, when Capt. William P. Spalding brought his bride from Connecticut rather surprised Mr. and Mrs. Spalding on Wednesday the 22d inst. They gathered at their home and many warm congratulation were given them on the completion of the fortieth anniversary of their marriage. Some sketches of the Soo made in 1850 before a canal had been constructed here were brought in by some of the friends and recalled many incidents of early life at the Soo.

Saturday, March 3, 1888 Page 3
George Holmes, a jockey, eloped with Miss Mary Morris, of Kansas City, and created a sensation until it was discovered that Holmes father was a millionaire.

Saturday, March 10, 1888 Page 2
Postmaster Stevens, of Alba, is reported to have been licked by his mother-in-law the other day. Stevens is 50 and had just successfully eloped with and married a girl of 14; hence his new found mother-in-law's belligerence.

Saturday, March 17, 1888 Page 8
Last Tuesday, Mr. S. Fagan and Miss Theresa Hassard of Bruce were married by the Rev. P. T. Rowe at the rectory.
Saturday, March 24, 1888 Page 1
On Wednesday of this week, at the residence of Mrs. C. Jennings, in Detroit, occurred the wedding of Mr. Charles R. Tubbs and Mrs. Carrie D. Harding, of Sault Ste. Marie. The affair was one of simple elegance and the nuptials were solemnized by Rev. Dr. Studley of the Central church. Only intimate friends and relatives were present, among them several from Chicago, Cleveland and elsewhere.…The will arrive in the Soo in about two weeks. Both are the possessors of a large circle of admiring friends here, all of whom join The News in tendering congratulations and wishes of much happiness.…

Saturday, March 24, 1888 Page 8
Married: Tubbs-Harding—At the residence of Mrs. C. Jennings, Detroit, Mich., March 21st, 1888, Charles R. Tubbs and Carrie C. Harding, by the Rev. Studley, of the Central Church.

Saturday, April 14, 1888 Page 1
Attempted Poisoning
The Canada Soo is considerably agitated over the attempt last Saturday night of Miss Lizzie Scott, a handsome young lady in upper circles, to commit suicide by poisoning. It seems she had been receiving attention for several months from Harry Pim, a son of the postmistress. Pim is alleged to have proven faithless to his love and it preyed on her mind so that she took a dose of rough on rats. Drs. McCulloch and Gray and a stomach pump saved her life. The act returned the recreant lover and they will wed.

Saturday, April 14, 1888 Page 2
Two infants were married at Standish the other day …Joseph Turner, of Melita, to Mrs. Susan C. Wheeler, of Standish. Each is over 60 years old.

Saturday, April 14, 1888 Page 8
On Monday Rev. P. T. Rowe officiated at St. James church, to marry Charles Smith and Miss Aggie Rievi, both of Bay Mills.


Saturday, April 14, 1888 Page 3
Hudson, Wis. Star and News
A Soo Romance
Mrs. Massy and her husband were the first settlers in this city and county, having located here in 1840, both living to an advanced age and dying within a few months of each other. Mrs. Massy was born at the Sault Ste. Marie, about the close of the last century. Her father was an Indian trader named Bouchea, a Frenchman and her mother a Chippewa squaw. Peter E. Bouchea, known to all of the old settlers was her brother. … Mrs. Massy was noted for her beauty in her younger days and had two white husbands previous to her marriage to Mr. Massy.The only form of marriage then known in that section was after the Indian fashion. After having and losing three children, and fearing that the cause was that the Indian custom was not the proper one, she persuaded Mr. Massy to take her to Prairie du Chien to have their marriage confirmed by a priest. … After this event they had one daughter, the late Mrs. Pickard, who lived to raise a family of her own. … This was the case with Mr. Massy, but those who knew him best have data and circumstances to show that he was over 100 years old at the time of his death.

Saturday, April 28, 1888 Page 8
A happy event occurred Thursday afternoon in the marriage of Elon J. Hall to Miss Effie Graham. The event occurred at the home of the bride's parents at Dafter, a station ten miles from this city on the Soo road. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. R. Easterday. Quite a large number of friends from this city were in attendance.


Saturday, May 5, 1888 Page 1
A very happy event occurred at the Presbyterian parsonage last Wednesday evening, when Norman L. Martin foreman of The News office and Miss Lizzie Moore of Florence, Wis., were united in marriage. The ceremony occurred at 9 o'clock. A few moments before that hour everything being in readiness for the nuptials, Miss Helen Danskin seated herself at the piano and began a wedding march. Presently, Mr. Martin and Miss Moore, preceded by Miss Lyon and Miss Danskin and followed by the Rev. H. P. Cory filed down the stairs through the hall into the parlor, which was filled with friends of the contracting parties.…

Saturday, June 2, 1888 Page 8
The marriage of Ernest E. Jones, of the Omaha Road, to Miss Florence Gilmore, daughter of C. T. Gilmore, was celebrated last Wednesday at Mr. Gilmore's residence, 109 Fifth street south. They were married at noon and left on the 2:20 Omaha train for a seven weeks honeymoon through the East =Minneapolis Tribune= [ or last page ]

Saturday, May 5, 1888 Page 7
Sadie B. Mitchell, the 16 year old daughter of a well-to-do farmer of Lafayette, Gratiot county, has eloped with a good looking, but improvident young chap,who has been living at the Mitchell farm all winter. The girl left a note saying, "Tell pa he twitted me of gadding around and wearing out my shoes, the last time last week. "Pa" says the pair will save trouble by returning some things they took which did not belong to them.

Saturday, June 2, 1888 Page 1
Marriage licenses were issued this week to John Healy and Theresa McFaland; Levi Kirvain and Annie Lehigh; Geo. A. Simons to Emily Pollock.

Saturday, June 2, 1888 Page 1
Mr. George Albert Simons and Miss Emily Pollock were married at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. H. P. Cory. They will reside near Hilton on St. Joseph's Island.

Saturday, June 2, 1888 Page 1
Next Wednesday at St. Luke's Church, Canadian Soo, the marriage of Miss Laura Frickleton of that place and Mr. Robt. Lowe of Minneapolis will occur. A reception will follow the ceremony at the residence of the bride's mother.

Saturday, June 9, 1888 Page 1
IN HOLY BONDS A Brace of Weddings in the Two Soos
The Henton-Cady Nuptials
Prominent Worshipers at Hyman's Altar Across the River.
An important event in social circles this week was the wedding of Miss Grace Henton, daughter of Captain and Mrs. James Henton and William Byron Cady, assistant cashier of the Sault Ste. Marie National bank, which occurred at 1 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, at St. James church. The cosy little worshipping place of the devotee to England's chosen faith, had been prepared for the occasion. The windows were darkened and banked with flowers and evergreens. Green boughs from which exuded balsamic odors agreeable to the senses prevailed and an arch of them covered the main aisle.…Immediately the bride, escorted by her father and attended by the little Misses Bessie Seaman, Edith Wheeler, Bessie Jackson and May Callard and followed by Mrs. Henton, escorted by Mr. James B. Cady, of Ann Arbor, father of the groom, entered the church, whither the wedding party had been conducted by a detail of U.S. regulars. The groom, attended by Mr. Junius A. Beal, of Ann Arbor, awaited their approach at the altar.… Rev. P. T. Rowe of Episcoal Church officiated.…

Saturday, June 9, 1888 Page 1
Wedding across the River
The wedding of Miss Laura Frickleton, eldest daughter of Mrs. M. R. Frickleton and Mr. Walter T. Lowe, of St. Paul, was celebrated at eight o'clock in St. Luke's church, Canadian Soo, on Wednesday evening last, the rector Rev. Mr. Green, officiating.…
The bride was excosted by her brother-in-law, Mr. P. C. Campbell. The groom was supported by his brother Mr. Wm. Lowe. The bride was attended by Miss Molly Frickleton, her sister.…Mr. and Mrs. Lowe took their departure for St. Paul, their future home.…

June 23, 1888 Page 2
Dr. S. P. Tracy will leave for Detroit in a day or two, where he is to be married on Wednesday, June 27, to Miss Lillie B. Eastman. Dr. and Mrs. Tracy will occupy their residence in this city, and will be "at home" after July 1.

June 23, 1888 Page 2
William E. Smith of this city will be married on Wednesday, June 27, to Miss Kittie E. Malloy of Watertown, Wis. The ceremony will take place in Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will be at home after July 10, at 135 Elizabeth street.

Saturday, June 23, 1888 Page 5
Josiah Green and wife, of Troy, N. Y., parents of J. H. Green, are visiting in the city. They are each seventy-five years old, hale and hearty.
Josh Green is out sailing around again. He and his venerable and respected father visited Marquette early in the week. Wednesday was Mr. and Mrs. Green's wooden wedding.

Saturday, June 23, 1888 Page 5
Mr. Charles E. Seymour, of the Democrat, was married on Saturday evening, June 16, to Miss Esther L. Launderville, daughter of Mrs. P. Launderville, of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. P. T. Rowe at the Episcopal parsonage.…

Saturday, June 30, 1888 Page 1
The engagement of Mrs. E. A. Given of this city and Mr. Charles N. Byron of Chicago is anounced. The marriage will not occur until fall.

June 30, 1888 Page 8
It is whispered that mine host Atwood, of the Michigan Exchange, went below to get married. The report filled his partner Mr. Smith with so much enthusiasm that he hoisted the stars and stripes upside down, on the hotel.

July 7, 1888 Page 1
William J. Bell, the photographer, was married in Lower Canada last week, and a few days ago arrived in the Soo with his bride.

July 14, 1888 Page 1
Victor E. Metzger left for Des Moines, Ia., Friday afternoon, where he is to be married on the 15th to one of the society leaders of the town. The bridal couple will go to Washington, New York, Boston, and points on the seashore, and will then come to the Soo to live.
{repeated on July 28, 1888 Page 7}

July 14, 1888 Page 4
Henry W. Moore, managing editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, eloped last week with the wife of John W. Norton the well known theatrical manager. As Mrs. Norton was formerly an actress there is ground for the suspician that it was she who eloped with the innocent newspaper man.…

July 21, 1888 Page 1
H. E. Leland, of the Chippewa Lumber Company, Point Au Frene, was married on Wednesday to Mrs. Maggie McDonald, of Detour.

July 28, 1888 Page 7
James Manning, of this city was married in Newmarket, Ont. on the 18th inst., to Miss Anna Irwin, of that place.


August 4, 1888 Page 10
Ethen W. Kibby, formerly foreman of The News, and Miss Lottie Launderville, an estimable young lady of this city, were married on Monday, at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. H. P. Cory.

August 4, 1888 Page 10
John McGrory, of the Chippewa House, and Miss Mary Van Norman, of St. Ignace, were married on Thursday at the Canadian Soo.

August 11, 1888 Page 1
On Tuesday morning, Joseph Taylor, Jr., and Miss Annie Traynor were united in marriage by Father Chartier.

August 18, 1888 Page 1
W. A. Dennis, formerly an enterprising Soo business man was married recently in Denver, Colorado, to a lady formerly of Fenton, Mich.

August 18, 1888 Page 1
John C. Biggings of The News composing room left Friday morning on the Pacific for Collingwood, where on Tuesday next, he will be united in marriage to Miss Bessie Todd, an estimable young lady, who has for some time back filled the position of school teacher at the Canadian Soo. Mr. Biggings is a faithful and capable workman and The News wishes him and his bride many years of happiness. The couple will reside on this side of the river.

August 18, 1888 Page 7
Rev. Whotton, late assistant of St. James' church, American Soo, is a guest at Mr. Thomas Towers. It is said he contemplates matrimony before returning to his parish at St. Clair, Mich., next week.

August 18, 1888 Page 8
From The Other Side
The marriage of William Simpson to Miss Ironsides in announced.

August 25, 1888 Page 1
John Larkworthy and Miss Clara Coppin of Mitchell, Ont., were married at the Methodist church on Tuesday, by the Rev. David Casler. Miss Coppin is a sister of Mrs. Bell, wife of W. J. Bell, of the Bay City, photographic studio.


August 25, 1888 Page 1
John Ely Burchard, formerly of this city, will be married at Urbana, O., on Sept. 6, to Miss Mary Hitt.

August 25, 1888 Page 1
W. W. Butler left early this week for Charles City, Iowa, where next Tuesday he will be united in marriage with Miss Bertha Barney. Mr. Butler left without saying a word to the boys about the event. … Mr. Butler with his bride will make their home in the Soo.

September 1, 1888 Page 1
Frank Schaefer is receiving the congratulations of his friends. He returned from Duluth a few days ago accompanied by his bride.

September 1, 1888 Page 2
Fifty-five years ago Lovell Hurd, of Davisonville, Genesee Co., married his first wife. Friday he was married again at Flint to Miss Lucie Swift, who acted as bridesmaid to his first wife. The ages of the couple are respectively 76 and 71 years.

September 1, 1888 Page 2
Miss Fannie Boyington, daughter of a wealthy Chicago architect, eloped with the family coachman, and was forgiven by her parents. The coachman is Richard Carter, a young Englishman. Some time ago, Mrs. Boyington suspected the true state of affairs, and Carter was promptly discharged.

September 8, 1888 Page 1
Last Wednesday Dr. A. J. Campbell, the well-known county physician, was united in marriage with Lavilla, daughter of Seth Heacock, Esq., of the township of King, Ont. The ceremony occurred at Oakfield Hall, the residence of the bride's father. The Rev. Robert Burnett, D.D., minister of the church of Scotland, officiated. Dr. Campbell and his bride have the best wishes of a large circle of friends in this city.

September 8, 1888 Page 1
Frank Carlin, day clerk of the Hotel Iroquios, went to Cheboygan this week to attend the wedding of C. A. Gallagher, postmaster of that place, and Miss Minnie McDonald, daughter of John F. McDonald, the well known merchant of that city, which occurred Wednesday morning. The affair was a very brilliant one, 400 invitation being issued for the event. The ceremony took place at the Catholic church, Father DeSmith officiated. Miss Hannah McDonald, sister of the bride, served as bridesmaid, while Frank Carlin acted as best man.…

September 8, 1888 Page 1
Mrs. Augusta Brown will soon leave for California, where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Brown is one of the Soo's successful ladies. It is reported that most of her time in California will be spent in the blissful enjoyment of a honey moon.

September 8, 1888 Page 3
Ike Kailor, of Hillsdale, recently married Miss Minnie Hunt, of Mosherville, and has since that event been working for the Lake Shore railway company at Stony Point. Now comes a woman who claims to be wife No. 1, from Hillsdale, and with the assistance of the sheriff of Hillsdale county lodges Ike in jail.

September 15, 1888 Page 1
Mr. Frank Lennox, of Eagle & Lennox, liverymen, and Miss Mary B. Richardson, who has been acting as telegraph operator at the Union dock, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, No. 7 Rridge street on Wednesday evening.…

September 15, 1888 Page 1
Married at Presbyterian parsonage September 4: Orville Irvine Miller and Miss Jane Hord, of Sault Ste. Marie; September 6: William Mitchell, and Ida May Van Valkenberg of Gatesville.

September 15, 1888 Page 1
The engagement of Dr. B. D. Harrison of this city, to Miss Lyster of Sarnia, is announced.…

September 15, 1888 Page 1
Miss Polly Sharp has left the Postoffice on account of the weakness of her eyes,… Her engagement to Mr. L. H. Conley, the barber, is known by intimate friends.

September 15, 1888 Page 6
Albert Kalor, of Mosherville, has to answer to a charge of adultery because he didn't know what was what. A while ago he married a girl of 14, and supposing the age-of-consent law made his marriage illegal, he took out another license, and on July 4 married Miss Minnie Hunt, of Mosherville. Miss Minnie was also arrested, but under the circumstances the court concluded she was more sinned against than sinning, and discharged her.

September 22, 1888 Page 1
Mr. Ovrille I. Miller and Miss Janet K. Hood were married by the Rev. H. P. Cory on the evening of Sept. 4.

September 22, 1888 Page 1
Last Thursday morning Miss Minnie Blair and Edwin Slade were married at St. Mary's church. Mr. Slade, who has been serving at Ft. Brady as a musician, and completed his term of services a few days ago, has formed many friendships in the city.… The happy couple left this morning by the City of Duluth for LaSalle, Ill. were they will reside in the future

September 29, 1888 Page 1
The mariage of Mrs. Emma A. Given of this city and Mr. Charles N. Bryan of Chicago, occurred at the St. James church on Monday evening at 8 o'clock.…

September 29, 1888 Page 1
Mr. and Mr. Ross, of Whitby, Ont., visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Johnston early in the week. Mr. Ross is a brother of Mrs. Johnston and is on his bridal tour. …

October 20, 1888 Page 8
Arthur Le Blanc was married on Monday morning at St. Mary's church to Miss Aggie Meron [Merou?]

October 20, 1888 Page 8
Victor E. Metzger was married in Des Moines, Tuesday, Oct. 17, to Miss Mamie Nordyke. Mr. and Mrs. Metzger will take up their residence in the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Given on Ridge street.

October 27, 1888 Page 1
A brother of Nina Van Zandt, the young woman who joined to August Spies the late Chicago anarchist, by proxy, and created a sensation thereby, has been in town at the Chippewa House for several days.

October 27, 1888 Page 1
Wedding in the Canada Soo
At six o'clock on Monday evening at St. Luke's church in the Canadian Soo, Mr. Joseph Cozens was united in marriage to
Miss Ethel Simpson, youngest daughter of Mr. Wemyss Mackenzie Simpson, and grand niece of the late Sir George Simpson, Bart., governor of Canada. The service was performed by the Rev. F. W. Greene, M.A., … The groom was supported by William Crawford, C. E., and Algomah Simpson, brother of the bride; and the bride, looking lovely in a costume of cream ottoman silk with veil and orange wreath, was attended by her sisters, the Misses Geraldine and Edith Simpson. …

December 1, 1888 Page 8
A marriage license has been issued to David Dufault and Cecolia Fourier.

November 17, 1888 Page 1
Miss Minnie Blank, daughter of Andrew Blank, was married at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening to James E. Wirt. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. P. Cory, of the Presbyterian church. Miss Millie Richmond of Detroit, acted as bridesmaid and T. R. Harvey, of this city as groomsman.…

November 17, 1888 Page 6
Hon. Joseph Chamberlain arrived from England on the steamship Aurania. He started for Washington where his marriage with Miss Mary Endicott, daughter of the secretary of war, is expected to take place.

November 24, 1888 Page 3
Mr. & Mrs. B. M. Quint of Buchanan township celebrated their seventieth marriage anniversary. They have a daughter 68 years old living near them.

December 1, 1888 Page 8
Miss Sarah Dean and John Comb were married by the Rev. Mr. Casler last Saturday.

December 8, 1888 Page 1
Last Wednesday the Rev. P. T. Rowe united in marriage Alex. McIntosh and Mrs. Emma Bertram, both of Bay Mills.

December 8, 1888 Page 1
James Sweeney and Miss Lizzie Dean were married Monday evening by Rev. David Casler, at the residence of the bride's mother, No. 189 Williams street. About thirty friends were present and after the ceremony an elaborate wedding supper was served. Both have many friends here all of whom and The New wish them much joy. Mr. Sweeney has located here in business.

December 8, 1888 Page 1
In the Chicago Inter Ocean of recent date under the head of "three Chicago Bells" is the marriage notice of M. Clark McIntosh and Ada E. Nate, of Chicago, attended by Ed. O. Johnston, Sault Ste. Marie and Miss Ova Foster of Kankakee, Ill. Mr. McIntosh will be remembered as one of the heroes of a Goulais Bay expedition and the Press association visit. He is a cousin of Mr. Ed. Johnston, spent most of last summer in the Soo and made many friends here.

December 29, 1888 Page 8
The wedding of J. F. Riley and Miss Maggie Ann Irvin, occurred on Christmas eve. Rev. J. G. Calder, of the Baptist church, tied the nuptial knot. Mr. and Mrs. Riley are well known in the Soo and their many friends tender good wishes.

January 5, 1889 Page 1
R. S. Latimer of the Canadian Soo returned to this city New Years day with a bride. They were accompanied by Mrs. Latimer's sister Mrs. Dr. Chamberlain.
January 12, 1889 Page 3
John C. Brooks, of Carleton Center, on his wedding tour, blew out the gas at the Hudson house, in Lansing, last week Thursday night. It did him no harm, but his wife had a narrow escape from death.

January 12, 1889 Page 3
Henry Platz will have a chance to explain in court at Paw Paw how he came to marry a girl thirteen years old and swear that she was sixteen. He has been arrested and the warrant accused him of perjury.

January 19, 1889 Page 1
John Dodd the well known diver of Cheboygan was married on Tuesday afternoon to Miss Jennie Menerey, of Toronto, by Rev. D. Casler, at the Methodist church.…

January 12, 1889 Page 8
Alex. Wilson, a prosperous Chippewa county farmer, left last week for a visit to the home of his boyhood, in Ireland. It is his fifth trip to the "ould sod." This time Mr. Wilson will return with a bride, to whom his friends hope he will never have to sing "I'll take you home again Kathleen."

January 19, 1889 Page 8
Mr. Eugene Menard and Miss Julia Nault were married last Monday by Father Chartier.…

January 19, 1889 Page 8
Yesterday was the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sweatt's wedding.

January 26, 1889 Page 4
Last October the elite social circles of Western Pennsylvania were greatly agitated by the marriage of Miss Knox, a Pittsburg heiress to Count di Montercole, of sunny Italy. …

February 23, 1889 Page 5
Mrs. Scott and the Figure 9
The wife of Capt. John Scott of Philadelphia claims the figure 9 as the guilding numeral of her life, as every important event of her existence has been dominated by this character. She was born December 29, 1819. On August 19, 1839 at 19 years of age, she married Capt. Scott, 29 years old. She is the mother of nine children and on the 16th inst. will celebrate the forty-ninth anniversary of her marriage in the 69th year of her life and the 79th of her husband's. Mrs. Scott firmly believes that she will live to be 99 years old.

March 2, 1889 Page 8
N. J. Gibbs left for his home at Mr. Clemens on Tuesday. While there he will celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of his marriage. He will return to the Soo in about three weeks …

March 2, 1889 Page 8
William Amey - will be married to Miss Elizabeth Hand, daughter of Win Hand, on Wednesday evening by Rev. P. T. Rowe.

March 9, 1889 Page 2
George Ryan was married to Miss Roney at St. Mary's church, Monday morning by Father Chartier. Mr. Ryan is a successful young business man and the bride enjoys a wide circle of friends.

March 16, 1889 Page 1
Thomas Boyd, an aged citizen, caused some agitation by fainting in the Presbyterian church last Sunday, during the morning service. Mr. Boyd is nearly 70. Last week he was married to a lady past 60.

March 16, 1889 Page 3
At Dry Cheyenne, Wyoming, Mrs. Minnie McCoot an 18-year-old widow, kept a station house. James Kidd, a traveling man fell in love with her and took her to a dance. She was affianced to Martin Hunton, a wealthy ranchman, and his friends picked a quarrel with Kidd. The latter shot one and he and the widow escaped on a horse and were married. They escaped into Nebraska.

March 16, 1889 Page 3
In two weeks Admiral Porter and his wife will celebrate their golden wedding.

March 16, 1889 Page 4
The New York World says that Mrs. Langtry and Freddie Gebhard were quietly married last week. …

March 16, 1889 Page 7
Frank Taylor left last week for Bayfield, Ontario and will return in a few days in company with his newly wedded wife.

March 16, 1889 Page 8
Deputy Sheriff Billy Stephenson is preparing to go to Uxbridge, Canada, to attend the wedding of his brother, which will occur next Wednesday. He will take his gun along, for a hunt near Toronto.

March 23, 1889 Page 8
Pickford Correspondence
Mr. J. H. Taylor, returned from Canada on Wednesday last week accompanied by his newly wedded wife.

March 30, 1889 Page 4
Chief Justice Fuller's daughter ran away with a Chicago kid and got married in Milwaukee. The boy ought to be spanked and sent to bed and the girl ought to be sent back to the nursery.

May 11, 1889 Page 3
Jolly George S. Wheatley returned Monday from attending the celebration of the golden wedding of his parents, at Sarnia, Ont. Nearly all the children and fifteen grandchildren of the old folks were present and a happy time was had.

April 6, 1889 Page 5
An Odd Wedding
One of the oddest weddings—odd in the person of one of the principal characters … occurred in Chicago the other day … He compromised on both and took a coryphee. She was Laurie Brooks until she became Mrs. Little Tich … "Little Tich" is a freak … His real name is Harry Ralph. … "Little Tich" is a freak in other ways than in his stunted growth. He was born among the Kentish hills in England twenty-one years ago and came into the world with six fingers on each hand, seven toes on each foot …

May 4, 1889 Page 10
Alderman Lamontagne has gone to Quebec to get married. Best wishes.

May 18, 1889 Page 1
Dan McMillan and Miss Kate Munn were married last week.

May 18, 1889 Page 1
The acquaintances of Caleb Saunders, of the Canadian Soo, and Miss Minnie Allen of this side, were surprised to learn this week of their quiet marriage at Bay Mills. They persist in claiming that there is a mystery in connection with it.

May 18, 1889 Page 1
Edwin McDonald, the veterinary surgeon was married on Monday evening at five o'clock by Rev. H. P. Cory, to Miss Jennie Ironside.

May 25, 1889 Page 4
The city of Jackson was in a "state of pleasurable excitement" early in the week over the presence of Mrs. Cleveland who attended the wedding of her mother there on Monday. The groom is 15 years older than the bride and is a resident of Buffalo. His name is Henry C. Perrine aned he is an old friend of the Folsoms. Grover now has an able bodied father-in- law to keep him in o'nights.

June 1, 1889 Page 1
Mr. John Stevenson and Miss Eleanor Kelly, both of Pickford township, were married on Tuesday afternoon, at Smith's boarding house, on lower Portge avenue, the Rev. H. P. Cory, officiating.

June 15, 1889 Page 3
Paul St. Pierre and Victoria Greenough were married Tuesday morning. Both are popular young people and their friends wish them much happiness.

June 15, 1889 Page 10
An Old Man's Wooing
Perry J. Chace, a retired Providence merchant … a widower and a man of 82 winters recently decided that he wanted a wife, … She said that Mrs. Sarah Ann Tilton, of Boston, was certainly good, was 83 years old, and might possibly wish to marry. … said Mr. Chace might call. At his second call he proposed, at the third arrangements for the wedding were made, and within three weeks from the first call the venerable couple were married, and are now living happily in Providence.

June 22, 1889 Page 2
Charles E. Seymour of the Democrat, was married on Saturday evening June 16 to Miss Esther L. Launderville, daughter of Mrs. P. Launderville, of this city.

June 22, 1889 Page 2
William E. Smith of this city will be married on Wednesday June 27, to Miss Kittie E. Mallory, of Watertown, Wis., The ceremony will take place on Wednesday, June 27, to Miss Lillie B. Eastman. Dr. and Mr. Tracy will occupy their residence in this city, and will be "at home" after July 1.

June 22, 1889 Page 8
M. J. Doyle Takes a Law Partner
J. L. Murphy, of Guelph, Ont. visited the Soo, with his bride, nee Miss McLaughlin of Windsor, and was so well pleased with the city that he closed partnership arrangements with his old friend and classmate, M. J. Doyle, whom he found here enjoying the fruits of an excellent law practise.…

June 22, 1889 Page 8
Miss Lizzie Donaldson and Mr. J. T. Moore were married at the residence of the bride's mother Mrs. Chas. R. Stuart, Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. David Casler, assisted by Rev. D. D. Mathinson, officiating. Miss Anna Collinson and Edward Donaldson were the attendents…. They will return in about two weeks and be at home at No. 164 Bingham Avenue.…

August 10, 1889 Page 8
Matthew Christie, surfman at Life Saving Station No. 9, and Miss Catharine A. Owens, of this city, were married yesterday

August 24, 1889 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. B. Morris celebrated their Wooden Wedding last Monday evening. They were merrily assisted by a number of friends and received several appropriate presents.

June 29, 1889 Page 1
Married in New York
A dispatch to the Chicago Times from New York announces the marriage of A. F. McArthur, one of the members of the firm of McArthur Bros. The canal contractors here.…Arthur Frederick McArthur of St. Paul, son of Arch. McArthur of Chicago was married today to Mary Seymour Barnum of this city. The service was performed at St. Bartholomew's church, Madison avenue and Forty-fourth streets by the Rt. Rev. George F. Seymour, bishop of Springfield, Illinois, assisted by the Rev. David H. Greer of this city. The bridesmaids were Miss Millbank of this city and Miss Florence McArthur of Chicago. The best man was John R. McArthur of Chicago. The ushers were George G. Bradford of Boston, John J. Bryne of Chicago, Charles N. Hawley of this city and George S. Southwide, editor of the Albany Evening Journal. Mr. and Mrs. McArthur will take up their residence in the Soo and remain here during the summer.

July 6, 1889 Page 7
A Soo Romance
Marriage of Judge Chipman to Chief Shawano's Daughter
A Detroit paper in making up a column on the courtships of prominent people, stumbled on a pretty romance of Sault Ste. Marie, and in this manner refers to it: Long ago, upon the rock-bound shores of Lake Superior, among the powerful tribe of the Chippewa's there dwelt a beautiful Indian maiden. … One day, however, a handsome young Detroit lawyer, J. Logan Chipman, afterward a judge and congressman, had occasion to visit her tribe. … Here he saw and loved the Indian maiden, and was beloved in return, … the young lawyer brought his beautiful bride away from her forest home to Detroit. … The lustrous-eyed Minnehaha referred to was none other than the daughter of the late old Chief Shawano, whose island home was bought a few weeks ago by the government. …

July 27, 1889 Page 1
Friends of Miss Julia Spalding formerly of this city announce that she will soon be married to an Ishpeming gentleman.

July 27, 1889 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore have returned from their bridal trip.

August 31, 1889 Page 1
His Partner for Life
Will Webster Married to Miss Bertha Bateman at Port Arthur
Mr. William Webster the efficient clerk of Chippewa county was married in Port Arthur on Tuesday to Miss Bateman of this city. … Mr. and Mrs. Webster have taken up their residence at 232 Spruce street.


July 13, 1889 Page 1
The Major is Married
Major Wilson Has Taken Unto Himself a Better Half
Major Wilson clad in all the glory of a new silk tile and a smile as winning as an ace full, arrived in the city Thursday and has been engaged most of the time since shaking hands with his friends. Everybody was glad to see the Major, but few were prepared for the news he had in store for them.
The Major is Married. And consequently he is the happiest man in Michigan. He was married on the Fourth of July to Mrs Mary F. Sieg of West Liberty, O. The ceremony occurred in Grand Rapids. The bride was not in the best of health so the groom left her at Bay View, near Petoskey, for a day or two. Major Wilson is receiving the congratulations of his friends, who are glad to learn that he has again succumbed to the blandishments of the fair sex. The Major is a winner.

August 31, 1889 Page 8
A. L. Ferguson, of R. G. Ferguson & Co., left for Canada Monday. It is rumored that matrimony is his intention.

September 7, 1889 Page 7
Dafter Jottings Married (for better or for worse)—
Mr. John Luseum, of Pine River, to Mrs. Prescott, of Cottage Park, by the Rev. Casler, Soo.

September 7, 1889 Page 1
Mr. E. Royce, the enterprising young Bingham avenue grocer, was married near Toronto this week. He is expected here with his bride next week. His friends wish him much joy.

September 14, 1889 Page 1
James McKenna, of Hynes & McKenna the wellknown furnishing goods firm, of this city, was married in West Branch this week to Miss Matie F. Mackin. After their wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. McKenna will occupy a house on Kimball Street.

September 14, 1889 Page 1
Fred Ruthgeber and Miss Emma Strommenger were married Thursday evening by Rev. P. T. Rove. Mr. and Mrs. Ruthgeber will go to Washburn, Wis., where Mr. Ruthgeber will remain in the employ of W. T. Ullman.

September 14, 1889 Page 1
On Wednesday of last week Edwin Royce, the Bingham avenue grocer and Miss Lena A. Steele, of this city, were married at the residence of the bride's uncle, in Owen Sound, Ont. The happy couple have arrived home and both are receiving the congratulations of their many friends.

September 21, 1889 Page 1
H. D. Johnston Married
The Genial Dudley and Miss Fannie Baker Made one at Kansas City.
Probably this is a surprise. It was the THE NEWS: Register of Deeds Chapman received a telegram Thursday that read as follows: "Union Depot, Kansas City, Mo., September 19. Married to Miss Fannie S. Baker at residence of W. H. Baker, Kansas City, September 18, H. D. Johnston."
So "Dud" has jumped the ranks of those who are playing solitaire …

September 21, 1889 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bryan will give a paper wedding reception on next Tuesday evening - the occasion being the anniversary of their wedding. {also on Sep 28, Page 1}

September 21, 1889 Page 1
Rev. P. T. Rowe married Miss Nancy A. Greer and Abram Hughes, on Wednesday. They are popular and well known young resident of the county.


September 21, 1889 Page 7
Iroquois Notes
Wedding bells have been ringing in every corner here of late. Some time ago Mr. James Curney was united in holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Hester Van Luven of this place. Later on, Osebera Yon was married to Miss Josephine Bodie.

September 21, 1889 Page 8
Is He to be Married?
George Cavanaugh, a popular conductor on the Canadian Pacific railway, running into this city, left Tuesday for his annual holidays. George's friends aver that when he returns, he will return with a blushing bride, …

September 28, 1889 Page 6
Peter Nicholsen, Esq., collector of customs at Port Arthur recently visited the Soo on a three weeks leave of absence. He visited his old time friend Rev. T. R. Easterday on the 14th, and went away with a bride in the person of Miss Catherine McKenzie.

September 28, 1889 Page 6
Dafter Jottings
At the home of John Hembroff last week, on Thursday evening about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the inmates of the house were surprised by the arrival of a wedding party in the person of Mr. Gilray and wife. …
October 5, 1889 Page 1
William Hillock and Miss May Burdick were married on Tuesday, at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. H. P. Cory.

October 5, 1889 Page 1
Joseph Gillespie and Miss C. Olmstead, both of Strongville were married on Wednesday afternoon at the Atkins farm by Rev. H.P. Cory of this city. Mr. Gillespie is a prosperous farmer near Strongville.

October 5, 1889 Page 8
Jack Stanley, who had Officer Bainbridge's beat during that officer's illness, will take unto himself a wife a week from Tuesday. …

October 12, 1889 Page 1
The Harison - Lister Nuptials
The marriage of Dr. B. D. Harison, of this city, and Miss Josephine Lister, of Sarnia, took place at the residence of the bride's parents last Wednesday evening. The happy event occurred in the presence of 150 guests and immediate friends of the contracting parties. Dr. Harison has deservingly gained a large circle of friends both here and in the Canadian Soo, since he became a resident of this city, less than two years ago. Miss Lister is by no means a stranger here. She has visited considerably at the Canadian Soo and has created many warm friendships in both Soos.…
The following account of the marriage ceremony and attending events in taken from a Sarnia dispatch to the Empire, of Toronto.
A fashionable wedding took place here this evening at 8 o'clock. About 150 invited guests assembled at the residence of Mr. J. F. Lister, M. P. the popular representative of West Lambton, to witness the marriage of his eldest daughter, Josephine, to Beverly D. Harison M.D. of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. The marriage rites were solemnized by the Rev. T. R. Davis, M. A., rector of St. George's church. …
The bridesmaids were Miss Maud Lister, sister of the bride …and Miss Susie MacKenzie, niece of the Hon. Alex MacKenzie … The groom was supported by Messrs. Alexander Smith, of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. and John H. Eddis of the Imperial Bank of Toronto.… Mr. and Mrs. Harrison will reach the Soo early next week. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bryan for a week after their arrival here.

November 9, 1889 Page 8
Miss Louise Halsey, of Milwaukee, who visited with Mrs. E. S. Wheeler two summers ago and made many acquaintances here, was married to Philo C. Darrow, at St. Paul's church, Milwaukee, on Wednesday evening last.

October 12, 1889 Page 2
Secretary of State James G. Blaine has six children: first, Emmons, who has just married the Chicago heiress, Miss McCormick; second, Walker, assistant secretary of state; third, the wife of Maj. Coppinger, U S.A.; fourth, James G. jr., who married Marie Nevens, the granddaughter of Gov. Samuel Medary, and parted from her and his child; fifth, Margaret, who is engaged to marry Walter Damrosch, and sixth, Harriet.

October 12, 1889 Page 1
Fairbairn - Spalding Wedding.
The Happy Event Occurs at Ishpemining
Marked with Quiet Elegance
The marriage of Miss Julia Spalding to Mr. Charles T. Fairbairn occurred at Ishpeming last Wednesday morning. Miss Spalding's home for many year until very recently has been at the Soo, where she has a large circle of friends, whose wishes for the complete happiness of the future of Mr. and Mrs. Fairbairn are numerous and sincere. The following from the Mining Journal gives the complete details of the happy event.
==Mr. Charles T. Fairbairn and Miss Julia Spalding, both of this city, were married yesterday morning at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hayden on Euclid street. … The ceremony that made the pair man and wife was then performed by Rev. C. D. Jacobs, the beautiful marriage service of the Episcopal Church being used.
A reception at the residence followed. The ushers were Messrs. Brady and Armstrong, and the guests were received first by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hayden and Mrs. Spalding, mother of the bride, and then by Mr. and Mrs. Fairbairn.…returning via Chicago to Ishpeming, which they will make their home…

November 9, 1889 Page 1
Married in This City
John C. Patterson, of Newberry, engineer at the Dollarville mills, was married in this city on Monday to Miss Kate McDougall, of Manitowaning, Ont. The ceremony was performed by Rev. T. R. Easterday, who has known Mr. Patterson for years. The couple will reside in Newberry.

November 9, 1889 Page 8
William Nelson Baker, of Pine Grove, was married on Wednesday evening to Miss Rachel McCarl of this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. C. Empson.

November 30, 1889 Page 8
Miss Phoeba M. Lehigh and Clark L. Eagle were married last week. Congratulations.

December 7, 1889 Page 8
Robt. Walsh, brakeman on the bridge transfer here, and Miss Maggie Campbell, daughter of Cyrus Campbell, were married on Tuesday last, the Rev. Father Chartier, officiating.

December 7, 1889 Page 8
Cards announcing the marriage of W. J. Ritchie, a former real estate dealer of the Soo, but now of San Franciso, to Margaret I. Roach, of Cincinatti, on Wednesday last, have been received here.…

December 14, 1889 Page 1
At Bay Mills, at 6 o'clock Tuesday evening Miss Minnie DeWitt was married to William Tripp, of Chassell, Mich., Rev. P. T. Rowe, officiating. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride, where a wedding supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Tripp left on the Wednesday morning train for Fond du Lac, Wis., where they will make their future home.…

December 14, 1889 Page 8
Robert Cummings and Miss Nellie Follis were married at the home of the bride's parents on Elizabeth street Wednesday evening, by Rev. H. P. Cory. Both the contracting parties are well known in the city and their many friends wish them much joy.

December 14, 1889 Page 8
Miss Isabella Campbell, daughter of Robt. Campbell, and John T. Walsh were married last week by Rev. Fr. Chartier. The young people have a large circle of friends all of whom extend congratulations

December 21, 1889 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mead gave a 6 o'clock dinner to a number of their friends last Saturday, in honour of their nineteenth wedding anniversary.…

December 28, 1889 Page 1
A Wedding Over The River
On Tuesday, at the home of David Losie, in the Canadian Soo, Fred Losie was married to Miss Lizzie Maynard, of Toronto, Rev. Rennie officiating. The newly married couple left on the afternoon train for Toronto, where they will spend their honeymoon. … Fred is a brother of Tom Losie.

January 4, 1890 Page 1
Robt. Gregg, of the Soo, and Miss Jennie Monroe, of Kincardin, Ont, were married at the residence of Mr. Gregg's father, Hay Lake, New Year's.

January 4, 1890 Page 1
Married: At the residence of Mr. J. Burnett, this city, on the 28th, by Rev. John Ferries, Wm. H. Norton, of Sault Ste. Marie, to Miss Emma Kirsch, of Cheboygan. The happy couple left for the Soo today on the 3:55 train --ST. IGNACE NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Norton arrived in the Soo on Tuesday, where they will make their future home.…

January 4, 1890 Page 1
OREN - WALLACE NUPTIALS
Married at Grindston City, Michigan, on New Year's Morning
Horace Mann Oren, the attorney, and Miss Margaret Jane Wallace, were married at the residence of the bride, Grindstone City, Michigan, on New Year's morning. It would be hard to find a couple who have more friends in Chippewa county, to whom congratulations would by more warmly and more sincerely extended. Miss Wallace taught in the high school here
in 1886 and 1887 and endeared herself to all who made her acquaintance by her many rare qualities of heart and mind. Mr. Oren is one of natures's nobleman. He has ben a Sooite since 1882 and from that date to 1885 he edited THE NEWS, and his work materially aided in placing it in it's present honourable attitude before the people. Since 1885 he has practised law, for which he had previously fitted himself by taking both the classical and legal courses, at Ann Arbor.…They will make their home at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Chandler until their handsome new residence on Summit St. is comleted,…

January 4, 1890 Page 1
At Lansing, Christmas, Contractor C. W. Witham, of this city, and Miss Saunders, of Grand Rapids, were married.…

January 4, 1890 Page 10
M. J. Magee Will Soon be Married
Michael J. Magee, of Burris & Magee, the well known real estate dealer, who is in Philadelphia at present will be married Jan. 22, at Media, a suburb of Philadelphia, to Miss Mary E. Miskey, a most estimable young lady. They will arrive in the Soo early in February. …

January 18, 1890 Page 1
Married, at St. Mary's church, on Monday, by Rev. Father Chartier, Louis Boulanger to Miss Charlotte Plant.

January 18, 1890 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stafford celebrated their silver wedding Thursday of last week.

January 25, 1890 Page 1
Marriage of Mr. Magee and Miss Miskey
At high noon on Wednesday Mr. M. J. Magee, of this city, and Miss Mary E. Miskey, of Media, Pa., were married at the residence of the brides's grandparents, in Philadelphia. Mrs. Magee, belongs to one of Pennsylvania's best and most highly respected families. The happy couple is expected to arrive next week. They will be at home to friends at the residence of Mrs. Kate Burris, new cottage row, Spruce avenue.…

February 1, 1890 Page 1
Married at Port Colborne, Ont., Thursday, January 16, Arthur Powell, to Miss Rosa Ashington. Mr. Powell has been for several year employed by the government as sub-inspector on the Hay Lake work and is well known in this city.…

February 8, 1890 Page 5
George Tall and Lydia Short were married in Baltimore the other day.

February 22, 1890 Page 1
Cards are out announcing a double wedding to take place in the Canadian Soo on Wednesday, March 6. The contracting parties are Lillie Gibson Vicary and Wm. Noskey, and Kate Johnson and John Vicary. A reception will be held at Turner's Hall in the evening.

February 22, 1890 Page 1
Marriage of Miss McCabe Miss Sarah S. McCabe, of Collingwood, who for the past six months has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jos. Ganley, was married to W. M. Maloney, of Barrie, Ont., on Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock, at St. Mary's church, by the Rev. Father Cartier. After the services a wedding breakfast was served at Mr. Ganley's residence. The bride has made many warm friends during her sojourn here, who will be sorry to hear that she will make her future home at Barrie where her husband, who is employed by the Canadian government in the post office department, is stationed. She was a member of the choir at St. Mary's church, and will be greatly missed.…

March 1, 1890 Page 8
Dayton W. Glenn, of Cleveland, well known in this city was married at San Antonio, Texas, to Miss Ellen Lee Wheeler, on Wednesday, Feb. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, will be at home at the Forest City House, Cleveland, after March 15.…

March 22, 1890 Page 6
Clement Bliss and his wife, of Williston, Vt., recently celebrated their golden wedding.

March 1, 1890 Page 8
Cards are out announcing that the marriage of Delia Orrissa Weaver, to John Merritt Armstrong will take place at Henderson N.Y., on Thursday afternoon, March 6, at 2 o'clock. Miss Weaver is well known here and THE NEWS joins with her many friends in extending congratulations.

March 22, 1890 Page 8
Married - At Canadian Soo, Thursday night at English church, Miss Jennie Hand, of this city, to Andrew Reynolds, of Ottawa, Canada. Congratulations.

March 29, 1890 Page 1
In Wedlock Joined The marriage of Miss Frances Moran to Thomas R. Harvey, at the home of the bride's parents, on Thursday evening, was an occasion of unusual interest, not only to the contracting parties, but a large circle of friends as well. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. P.T.Rowe, Miss Phoebe Lipsett, being the bridesmaid, and H. A. Harison, groomsman. About thirty friends of the happy couple witnessed their plighted troth, after which an elegant supper was enjoyed …They will occupy as their home, a fine suite of rooms in the Smith block.

March 29, 1890 Page 3
Pickford Paragraphs
A very pleasant affair took place at the residence of Wm. Crawford, on Wednesday evening, the 19th inst. when Alex McWilliams, of Stalwart, and Miss Cassie Crawford, of Pickford, were united in marriage by Rev. Mr. Holt, the Presbyterian minister of this place. A number of friends assembled to witness the ceremony. The happy couple left for Stalwart on Thursday, bearing with them the best wishes of many friends.

April 5, 1890 Page 5
STALWART ITEMS
Miss Mary Ann Hannah and Mr..John McKiver were married March 24th, at Mr. R. Kinghorn's by Rev. Mr. Sims.

April 5, 1890 Page 8
Miss Kittie Brown, daughter of George W. Brown, of the Soo, was married at the residence of her uncle, A. D. Brown, in San Antonio, Texas on the morning of St. Patrick's day, to Dr. Fred M. Taylor of that city. Dr. Taylor is the son of the late U.S.A. surgeon, M. K. Taylor, who was stationed at Fort Brady in 1871. The wedding, although quiet, was in keeping with the methods of the best society. It is expected that Dr. and Mrs. Taylor will arrive at the Soo before the end of the month and they will make it their home.

April 5, 1890 Page 5
STALWART ITEMS
Miss Cassie Crawford and Mr. Alexander McWilliams were married March 19th, at the residence of the bride's father by Rev. Mr. Holt.


April 5, 1890 Page 8
The wedding of Miss Hattie Burdick, daughter of Hon. T. W. Burdick, and George Hall, assistant cashier of the Newberry bank, has been quietly announced for the near future.

April 19, 1890 Page 8
Mrs. Churchill, the well known restaurant keeper, was married on Tuesday last to Charles McDonald, of Lower Canada.

April 19, 1890 Page 8
Married: Donnelly-Parker, —By the Rev. Dr. Campbell, at his residence, 184 Court street, April 16, 1890, Michael Donnelly to Charlotte Parker, both of the city of Sault Ste. Marie.

April 26, 1890 Page 8
Wm. Welsh has started to erect a house of modern size, large enough for two. Things are beginning to look very suspicious in the matrimony line.


April 26, 1890 Page 10
The News wishes to correct a mistake made in its last issue, as it was misinformed regarding the marriage of Mrs. Churchill. Mrs. Churchill was married to I. D. McKenzie and not Charles McDonald.


May 3, 1890 Page 5
SUPERIOR - Married - At the residence of the bride's parents, in the town of Superior, Chippewa County, Mich., on the afternoon of April 14th by the Rev. R. Kercby, Wellington W. Orford, of Bruce, Bruce county, Ontario and Miss Lucy E. Scribner, daughter of Judge Josiah D. Scribner. The happy couple were the recipents of many elegant and useful presents from the large circle of friends who had gathered to witness the marriage vows and to join in the subsqent merry making.…

May 3, 1890 Page 8
Married - At the M. E. church parsonage by Rev. D. Casler, April 23rd, Louis Pacalona to Maggie McKillop, both of this city.

May 3, 1890 Page 8
At the residence of H. H. Smith, Portage avenue, April 30, by Rev. D. Casler, Henry A. Mitchel to Martha E. Atkins.

May 3, 1890 Page 8
At the M. E. Church parsonage by the Rev. D. Casler, April 30, Charles Walstead to Engred Oleson, all of Sault Ste. Marie.

May 3, 1890 Page 8
At the M. E. church parsonage, May 1st, by Rev. D. Casler, Thomas S. Parr of Sugar Island to Mary M. C. Perry of the same place.

May 10, 1890 Page 4
Iroquois Briefs
Married: At the home of the bride's father on the 1st of May, Emma Van Luven was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Alexander McKay of this place by the Rev. Mr. Kirby of Bay Mills. We wish the young couple every success in life.

May 10, 1890 Page 7
Miss Kate McCormack, teacher of the First Ward school, left on Thursday for Ypsilanti to be present at the marriage of her brother. She will be gone about a week.

June 14, 1890 Page 1
Nelson Burdick A Married Man
Nelson Burdick, son of Hon. T. W. Burdick, of this city, was married at Decorah, Iowa to Miss Minnie Hicks of that ciry, on Wednesday morning. The newly married couple will be at home after Tuesday next in the Soo National bank building. To Mr. and Mrs. Burdick, The News extends congratulations.

June 21, 1890 Page 7
The Right Kind
Nelson Burdick's Vacation was one of the Royally Proper Sort Nelson A. Burdick left Thursday for Decorah, Iowa, on his annual vacation. … Soo News
Burdick-Hicks—At the residence of the bride's father, in Decorah, at high noon, Wednesday, June 11th, 1890, Nelson A. Burdick, of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Miss Minnie G. Hicks. … The bride is the third daughter of our townsman, Mr. B. G. Hicks, … The happy couple left last evening for their future home in Sault Ste. Marie—stopping to visit relatives in Wisconsin—via Milwaukee and Lake Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Burdick arrived home on the city of Duluth, from Chicago, on Tuesday and are receiving the congratulations of their many friends.

May 17, 1890 Page 6
William Clark and bride passed through the city on the City of Marquette on Tuesday, enroute to life saving station No. 9, from Meaford.

June 28, 1890 Page 9
Marriage of Mr. Short and Miss Fagan
Andrew Short, agent for the Gettleman Brewing Company, and Miss Sarah J. Fagan, were married by Rev. Dr. Campbell, of this city, at the home of the bride, at Stevensburgh, at 4 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon. Miss Hadie Ellis acted as bridesmaid and Otto Supe, as bestman. Several friends witnessed the ceremony, after which the party sat down to a sumptuous dinner and shortly after dinner the couple came to this city, where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs. Short held a reception at the city hall last evening and received the congratulations of their many friends.…

June 28, 1890 Page 9
A Happy Wedding on Wednesday Married at the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vanderhook, on Ashmun street, at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening, by the Rev. Bartlette Fosket, Miss Jennie Vanderhook, of this city to Alexander Ross, of Ishpeming. The presents were many and costly. Mr. and Mrs. Ross left for their future home in Ishpeming yesterday.…

July 5, 1890 Page 1
In Early Day Transactions of One Hundred Years ago Gone Over Tuesday and Wednesday of this week were taken up in the Circuit court in determining the legal heirs of Louis Gurnoe, who died some twenty-five years ago. It was claimed by the petitioner, John Gurnoe, son of Louis, and the representative of the children of Louis Gurnoe by Archange Cadotte, that his branch of the family are the only legitimate children and heirs at law of Louis Gurnoe. This was disputed by Isabelle Cota, and her descendants who contend that previous to the marriage of Louis Gurnoe and Archange Cadotte in 1820, Gurnoe had taken unto himself a lawful wife in the person of Angelique Defoe and that his children by her, to- wit: Isabella Cota, Frank, Louis and Joseph Gurnoe are his legal heirs. Many interesting features arose during the progress of the trial, as, in attempting to prove the marriage of Gurnoe and Angelique Defoe 1809, the marriage ceremonies as performed by the Indians, and by contract with witnesses in the early days of the Sault were pretty thoroughly described by witnesses, some of them so far removed from youth that their own ages had been long since forgotten. The Gurnoe family was represented by E. S. B. Sutton, C. C. Yerkes and M. J. Doyle and the Cotal branch by J. W. McMahon. Decision reserved.

July 19, 1890 Page 2
The Harrison - Lipsett Wedding
H. A. Harrison, one of the Soo's most enterprising and energetic jewelers, was married to Miss Phoebe Lipsette, at the residence of the bride's brother, Alderman J. L. Lipsett, at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, by the Rev. David Casler of the Methodist church. Miss May Cunningham acted as bride's maid and W. F. Lipsett, brother of the bride, as best man. After the ceremony a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served. The presents were numerous and costly. The happy couple left by the 11 o'clock train for a short trip East and will be at home to their friends at 162 Kimball street, after August 1.…

July 19, 1890 Page 5
The marriage of Miss Kate Case to George Derringer, late of Buffalo, N. Y., will occur on August 4th at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Case, No. 36 Portage avenue.

July 26, 1890 Page 4
The State of Superior
Editor William J. New, of the Forest Leaves, has taken unto himself a wife in the charming person of Miss Sarah Clement. Will is to be congratulated. He will keep the Leaves ever alive.

July 26, 1890 Page 2
Bay Mills Mites
Geo Teeple and Rachael Shegutt, both of Superior, were married on Tuesday in Sault Ste. Marie. They returned on Wednesday and their friends and acquaintances treated them to a grand promiscuous musicale in the evening. The groom evidently made it all right with the boys, as the gathering soon dispersed.

August 2, 1890 Page 6
Marriage of P. J. Sullivan and Miss Smith
At 6 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. Mary's church, P. J. Sullivan was joined in wedlock to Miss Mary A. Smith. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Chartier. After the happy principals were made man and wife the party consisting only of relatives, retired to the McEvoy Hotel, where a wedding breakfast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan are well known and have many friends in the city who, with The News, extend congratulations. They are temporarily at the McEvoy and will go to house keeping in the near future.

August 2, 1890 Page 10
John T. McKay, assistant manager and secretary of the Post Printing Co., Leamington, Ontario, with his bride, was in the city Thursday.
August 9, 1890 Page 8
John M. Hogarth is expected to arrive tomorrow, with a bride, all the way from merry England.…

August 23, 1890 Page 3
Conductor Gleason Married Conductor Denny Gleason, of the South Shore, who is running between this city and St. Ignace, was united in marriage at St. Ignace, Saturday of last week, to Miss Lucy Paquin, of that city, the Methodist minister officiating. The service took place at the home of the bride's parents. … Mr. and Mrs. Gleason are quartered at the Iroquois for the present, but will soon go to house-keeping. The News extends best wishes.

August 23, 1890 Page 8
Miss Minnie Grose Married Married, at the residence of Robt. Grose, No. 160 Bingham avenue, at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, Miss Minnie Grose, of this city and Joseph Henry, of Detroit. None other than the family of the bride was present. Mr. and Mrs. Henry left by the steamer Idaho for their future home in Detroit Friday morning. Mrs. Henry was one of the Soo's brightest and best known young ladies and The News joins with her many friends in extending best wishes for the future.

September 6, 1890 Page 2
Items From Iroquois
Alex. Mulligan has sold his farm to Wm. McKay and William is repairing his house. Matrimony is expected.

September 20, 1890 Page 8
David Ireland, of Amherstburg, Ont., and Miss Lucy F. Rains, of St. Joseph's Island, were married August 14th, at the Catholic church, in this city. Mrs. Ireland was visiting friends in the city this week.

September 20, 1890 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Green, of Cadillac, were in the city this week as guests of Misses Polly Sharp and Laura Grandy. Mr. and Mrs. Green were recently married, and Mr. Green who is well known here, was kept busy receiving congratulations.

September 27, 1890 Page 1
Will Never be Gay Again William Perry and Miss Margaret Gay, a young couple, from Sailors' Encampment, entered Pickford's store on Monday afternoon, and desired to see Mr. Terrell. He held a short consultation with them, and was seen shortly after to leave the store in their company. In about half an hour he returned and confided to Sam that he had acted as groomsman for the male member of the party. The ceremony was performed by Rev. P. T. Rowe.

October 4, 1890 Page 1
J. A. Parker, the Ashmun street knight of the razor, was united in marriage with Miss Hattie Kearns, while at Alton, Ont., Sept. 17. The happy couple are stopping at the Superior Hotel.

October 4, 1890 Page 1
Happily Wedded
Nuptials of John C. Shaw and Miss Flavia M. Scranton
Two of the Soo's best known and prominent young people, Attorney John C. Shaw and Miss Flavia Marie Scranton, were quietly married at the residence of the bride, on Portage avenue, last Tuesday morning. The ceremony was performed by Rev. T. R. Easterday, at nine o'clock, in the presence of the relatives and a few intimate friends. After a sumptuous wedding breakfast the newly married couple took the 11:20 train for Chicago, accompanied by G. G. Scranton, Miss Etta Scranton and Miss Josie Sheldon. … After their bridal tour they will return to the Soo, and will be at home to their friends at the Hotel Iroquois after Oct. 15. …

October 4, 1890 Page 1
Two Doctors Get Married
From the Pontiac Gazette of last Friday, The News learns of the marriage of Dr. Will C. Elliott, who was connected with this office four years ago, to Dr. Minnie A. Howard of Racine, Wis. The ceremony took place in Chicago Thursday evening Sept. 18. Will took his departure from the Soo in 1886, going to the University of Michigan and graduated from the medical department of that institutions in 1888. He is also a thorough printer, having followed the art in Pontiac and the Soo for a number of years.…

October 4, 1890 Page 8
John Roskapp, Jr., and bride, who have been spending their "honeymoon" with their uncle, E. M. Lacy, left for their home in Mt. Clemens, Thursday.

October 18, 1890 Page 1
A Happy Occasion
Owen Wilson and Miss Ida Roach United in Marriage
Owen Wilson and Miss Ida Roach were united in marriage on Tuesday mornng, at 8 o'clock. The wedding, which was a quiet one, took place at the residence of the bride's father, J. F. Roach, on West Arlington street, and the ceremony was performed by Rev. T. R. Easterday. … The happy couple departed for Menominee and other places on a brief wedding trip, after which they will return to the Soo to reside.

October 18, 1890 Page 14
Weddings At Drummond
Rev. R. Kirby Officiates at Two Happy Weddings On the Island The home of Wm. McAdam, of Drummond, was the scene of an interesting and happy event on Tuesday, Sept. 30th, it being the marriage of his eldest son Joseph to Miss Etta Stickland, eldest daughter of Rev. G. Stickland, of Vanderbilt, Mich. Miss Nettie Stickland, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid while Charles McAdam, brother of the groom acted as groomsman. Rev. R. Kirby, of Bay Mills, performed the ceremony … late in the evening when the newly married couple repaired to their new home. …
There was also another happy event at the residence of Mr. Henry Anderson, of Drummond, Oct. 1st, being the marriage of Miss Nettie Stickland to Mr. Harry Anderson, the ceremony being performed by Rev. R. Kirby in the presence of the relatives and a few intimate friends of the contracting parties. … Mr. and Mrs. Anderson … will be found "at home" at Drummond in their new home to their friends.

October 25, 1890 Page 1
Railroad Couplings
Two Happy Marriages and Another One Soon to Occur
A quiet but happy wedding occurred on Monday at the residence of James Pullen. The most interesting persons in the affair were J. R. Todd and Miss Mary Williams, and they were made one through the assistance of Rev. J. E. Whalen, the Methodist minister. Mr. Todd is one of the most trusted and skillful engineers on the South shore road, … The bride is an estimable and accomplished lady. She came to the Soo recently from Canada, … the happy couple who will remain here for awhile, but later on will probably go to Marquette to reside.
Cashier Harry Ewans, of the Union freight depot, returned Monday with a bride from Indiana. The happy couple are registered at the Iroquois … Mr. and Mrs. Ewans will shortly go to housekeeping.
Wm Sutherland, the popular ticket clerk at the Union depot, departed Thursday for his home in Glencoe, Ont., where he will remain for a short time. The News is reliably informed that he will not return alone.

November 8, 1890 Page 1
A Happy Marriage
W. C. Sutherland and Miss Alma Nixon were united in marriage at London, Ont., last week. The bride is a well known and highly respected young lady of that city, and Mr. Sutherland is one of the Soo's most popular young men, being employed as ticket clerk at the depot. The happy couple have been receiving the congratulations of their friends, and will soon go to housekeeping on Peck street.
November 8, 1890 Page 1
Two Hearts That Beat as One
Paul Goelle and Minnie Walters were joined in the bonds of wedlock Thursday evening, Oct. 6, by Rev. T. R. Easterday, at the residence of Henry Meyers, on Bingham avenue. Many friends were present to wish them all the blessings possible for them to enjoy. After the ceremony the invited guests repaired to the Bellair House where a sumptuous wedding repast was served. The happy couple were the recipients of many valuable presents.

November 15, 1890 Page 1
Wedding at Detour On Wednesday evening, at Detour, William Lewis and Agnes Butterfield were united in marriage by Rev. J. Murdock. The groom is a well known young man and the bride is the daughter of Samuel Butterfield, ex-supervisor of Detour township. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's sister and was witnessed by a large number of friends, with whom The News joins in wishing the happy couple a joyous life.

November 22, 1890 Page 1
Three Of A Kind
A Marriage Epidemic Prevailing Among The People of Detour Joseph Martell and Miss Hattie Jandreau; James T. Bennett and Miss Mary A. Brownlee; and Edwin A. Sims and Miss Rachael Matheson, all of Detour, were united in marriage by the Rev. T. R. Easterday this week, and returned to their homes to enjoy conjugal bliss for the remainder of their lives.

November 22, 1890 Page 8
HYMEN'S HALTER
Marriage of a Young Lady of the Soo to a Prominent Englishman The Sun of Stayner, Ont. has this account of a recent marriage at that place, which will be of considerable local interest. A pleasng event took place at the Queen's hotel on Tuesday night last. It was the marriage of Mr. Gilbert L. Armstong, youngest son of Lieut.-Col. Armstrong, late of the 35th (Royal Sussex) regiment, and now of Durham, Eng., and Miss Minnie Franklin, daughter of Mrs. James Goulding, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., who formerly resided here, and niece of Mr. P. McSherry, proprietor of the above hostelry. The bride looked charming in a dress of old-gold satin, and was supported by Miss Dyan; Mr. A. C. Macintyre performed a similar office for the groom. Mr. Armstrong is a fine vocalist and a refined and gentlemanly young man and Minnie has always been very popular with her young lady friends who will miss her pleasant smile and friendly greeting in places where only young maidens are wont to congregate. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. Moodie. The wedding was private and the young couple are "at home" from date.…
November 29, 1890 Page 1
Hymen's Halter
Marriage of John F. Moloney and Miss Mary Rose Hanberry A quiet wedding took place Wednesday morning at St. Mary's church, the high contracting parties being John F. Moloney, of this city, and Miss Mary Rose Hanberry, of Coldwater, Michigan. Rev. Fr. Garnier performed the beautiful ceremony which is so impressive in the Catholic faith. None but relatives and intimate friends were invited to be present. After the ceremony the bridal party and guests were driven to the house of the groom, where congratulations were extended. At 9:30 the party twenty-four in number, sat down to a sumptuous and nicely served breakfast. Breakfast being over, an hour was spent in social entertainment and then a number of the guests accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Moloney to the depot, where they took the 11:45 train for Detroit. They will visit Coldwater, Grand Rapids and other points in Lower Michigan and will return in time to be "at home" to their friends, after Dec. 6th, at 202 Spruce street east. … The newly married couple were the recipients of many valuable presents among those for the bride being a costly engraving of "The Angelus" from her sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cody, and a set of diamond earrings from her husband. … The bridegroom is a successful business man of this city and highly esteemed by all. …

November 22, 1890 Page 1
Surprised His Friends
Marriage of W. H. VanSickle and Miss Nellie Jensen, of Manistee W. H. VanSickle, the popular manager of the Edison Sault Electric Light company, gave his friends a surprise last Sunday by quietly returning after a short absence, with a bride. They were married at Gladstone, by Rev. Empson, formerly of this city. The bride's maiden name was Nellie Jensen and she resided at Manistee. They are for the present at the Exchange, but expect soon to go to housekeeping. The News joins with friends in wishing them a joyous and prosperous life.

November 29, 1890 Page 1
A Felicitous Wedding
A happy wedding accurred at Iroquois, Wednesday evening, November 19, the bride being Miss Minnie Mills, eldest daughter of Henry Mills, and the groom Alexander Mulligan, the popular and efficient teacher of that school district. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's parents by Rev. J. McGregor, of the Congregational church at Bay Mills, in the presence of a number of guests. The newly married couple were the recipients of many valuable and beautiful gifts and all the good wishes imaginable from their numerous friends.…

December 6, 1890 Page 1
Another Happy Couple
Marriage of Trot Lockwood and Miss Jennie Campbell
On Wednesday evening, at 8 o'clock, occurred the marriage of Trot Lockwood and Miss Jennie Campbell. The ceremony was performed by Rev. T. R. Easterday, at the Westlake residence, in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends.…

December 13, 1890 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Maloney returned from their wedding trip on Sunday and are now at home to their friends at 202 Spruce street east.

December 27, 1890 Page 1
Johnson - Lockwood Nuptials
They will be Celebrated Next Tuesday at Petersburg
Cards are out for the wedding of Edwin D. Johnson, of Johnson & Goss of this city, and Miss Gertrude Lockwood, of "Prairie Farm," Petersburg, Mich. The ceremony will occur next Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, at the brides' residence.…Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will be at home to their friends… on Portage avenue, upon their return to the Soo.…

December 27, 1890 Page 8
Abraham Rowan and Barbara Young were married at Stevensburg, Wednesday.

December 27, 1890 Page 8
J. W. McTavish's friends report his marriage to Miss Belle Clark, a charming young lady of Meaford, Ont. As Mac is away and hasn't reported his happiness yet, congratulations will be held in waiting.

December 27, 1890 Page 1
E. S. Howrn and Miss Annie Genevieve Blair were married at the home of the bride, Johnston street, by the Rev. G. W. Luther, at 8 o'clock Christmas Eve. Mr. Howrn is foreman at McTavish's cigar factory.

January 3, 1891 Page 1
Keeper Donaldson Married.
He Weds Miss Margery Cameron, of Owen Sound and Will not Resign.
Mathew Donaldson, the highly respected keeper of the poor-farm and Miss Margery Cameron, of Owen Sound were
married last week. The law makes it necessary for the keeper of such institutions to be married. Mr. Donaldson has been in charge of the county house here for two years notwithstanding. But this year it was decided that he should marry or resign. He chose the former alternative. There is something of a romance in the marriage. Last summer Miss Cameron caded at the poor house for a few minutes with her sister, Mrs Aaron T. Eagle. Mr. Donaldson saw her and was so impressed that when he decided to wed, he opened correspondence and it resulted in the consummation of what will certainly prove a happy marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson were entertained this week by Mr. and Mrs. I. Lennox and by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindsay. The News adds its congratulations to those of their many friends. In addition to being keeper of the poor house, Mr. Donaldson is a local Methodist preacher. …

January 3, 1891 Page 1
Marriage of Miss Selina Bellair
The marriage ceremony of Miss Selina Bellair, of this city and Michael J. Gilligan, of Tonawanda, N. Y., was solemnized at the residence of the bride's brother, Leon Bellair, by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, at 11 o'clock Wednesday morning. Miss Bellair has resided in the Soo for several years and is a popular young lady, with a large circle of friends. Mr. Gilligan is a marine engineer and acted in that capacity on the tug Martin Swain, which was stationed at this port last season. Mr. and Mrs. Gilligan left Wednesday for their future home at Tonawanda.

January 3, 1891 Page 12
B. Desenberg expects to leave Wednesday for Cleveland to be present at the marriage of his sister.

January 3, 1891 Page 12
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hopper are expected to return from their wedding trip to Chicago and other cities, today. Mr. Hopper, who is the excellent accountant for Hollister, Jewell & Co., at (?) River and Miss Sadie Loue, of (?) married two weeks (?) (much of this unreadable).

January 10, 1891 Page 11
Mr. Drew and Miss Scribner Married
Charles Drew and Miss Katie Scribner were united in marriage at the Franklin House, of this city, by the Rev. J. McGregor, of Bay Mills, at 9 o'clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Drew is of this city, is a millwright by occupation and is engaged at Bay Mills, at present in placing the machinery in the new mill now being erected at that place. Miss Scribner resided at Superior and is a daughter of Justice Scribner, of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Drew left for Bay Mills Wednesday where they will reside temporarily. …

January 31, 1891 Page 11
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Osborn departed for Florence, Wis., yesterday to attend the thirtieth wedding anniversary of Hon. and Mrs. H. D. Fisher. They will return early next week.

February 7, 1891 Page 1
Miss Hursley and Mr. Richards
Mr and Mrs Wayne Hursley have issued cards of invitation to intimate friends and relatives to the marriage of their daughter Miss Gertrude E. to Alfred A. Richards, at high noon, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1891. The ceremony will be performed at the residence on Maple street by Rev. J. E. Whalen. Miss Hursley is one of the Soo's most charming young ladies and an only daughter.
Mr. Richards is connected with Prenzlauer's big establishment and is a bright , affable and progressive young gentleman.

February 7, 1891 Page 1
Joseph Nott and Miss Vienna Parker were married Friday evening of last week by the Rev. J. E. Whalen of the Methodist Church. Mr. Nott is a brother of Mrs. C. H. Chapman, and is engaged in the retail meat business. The News extends best wishes.

February 7, 1891 Page 2
A Prominent Canadian Soo Wedding.
At high noon last Tuesday, Harry Plummer and Miss Geraldine Simpson, were united in marriage by the Rev. Veasing, at the Episcopal church, in the Canadian Soo. The groom was assisted by his brother, Frank Plummer and the bride by her sister, Miss Edith Simpson. The happy couple left for a long trip, during which they will visit all the principal cities of Canada, after which they will return to the Canada Soo to live in their elegant new cottage on East street. The presents are reported to have been elaborate. Mr. and Mrs. Plummer are well known society people of the Canadian Soo and THE NEWS joins in wishing them happiness untold, for all time to come.

February 7, 1891 Page 8
Miss Fitzpatrick and John Meine were married by Dr. Campbell Monday evening.

February 14, 1891 Page 7
Married Friday Evening
Sam G. Carleton and Miss Jessie Webster are now Partners for Aye.
At 8 o'clock Tuesday evening Samuel G. Carleton and Miss Jessie Webster were united in marriage by the Rev. P. T. Rowe at the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. James Webster, Cedar street. The bride was attended by Miss Lizzie Trelford, and Andrew Webster was best man. Sam Carleton has been connected with the hardware firm of P. M. Church & Co. as bookkeeper for several years, and is a brother of Frank Carleton, of that firm. He is a bright and popular young man. Mrs. Carleton is a sister of County Clerk Webster and her long residence in the city has made her popular by all who knew her. Mr. and Mrs. Carleton are at home to their friends at their residenc on William street.

February 14, 1891 Page 8
Fort Brady Brevities.
A Sojer Boy in Blue Furnishes a Grist of Interesting Items.
[Special Correspondence]
Bugler John F. McGran of Company B 9th Infantry, was discharged from duty Tuesday morning, after five years' service. To celebrate the day he was united in marriage to Miss Louise Currie, daughter of Commissary Sergeant Currie. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Grenier of St. Mary's church, at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. Private Louis Straub acted as best man, while Miss Aggie Moloney was bridesmaid. Mr. McGran left Wednesday for Washington D.C. where he will go on the police force. Mrs. McGran will remain with her parents for a few weeks and then join her husband.

February 14, 1891 Page 8
The State of Superior.
THE NEWS acknowledges the announcement of the marriage of Miss Alfe Sweet to Herbert C. Smith, at Chicago, on Thursday, Feb. 5th. Mr. Smith is the publisher of the Iron Mountain Journal, and the press gang unite in wishing the happy couple a prosperous and happy journey through life.

February 21, 1891 Page 1
Richards-Hursley Nuptials.
Two Popular Young People of the Soo Felicously Wedded.
The marriage of Gertrude E. Hursley, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hursley, and Alfred A. Richards occurred at high noonTuesday at the residence of the bride's parents on Maple street, the Rev. J. E. Whalen, of the Methodist Church officiating. The bride was attired in a handsome brown surah silk, with V-corsage of white surah and the back shirred to the waist, and presented a very handsome appearance. After the marriage services, an elaborate dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Richards left by the afternoon train for Detroit, Grand Rapids and other cities in the southern part of the state, where they will pass their honeymoon. The wedding was private, only the immediate relatives and H. F. Snyder, and old friend of Captain Hursley, being in attendance. The presents were numerous and costly. … .

February 28, 1891 Page 8
Married at the rectory, by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, on Thursday evening, Oliver B. Cole and Miss Edith Burton.

March 7, 1891 Page 1
Another Happy Couple.
The marriage of Andrew Florence, of Bay Mills, and Miss Martha Noble, of this city, by Rev. J. E. Whalen, of the Methodist church took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Noble, 109 Cedar Sreet, Monday evening …. Mr. and Mrs. Florence left for their future home at Bay Mills Wednesday.

March 7, 1891 Page 8
Detour Doings.
Wednesday our attention was called to a sleigh load of happy folks moving along at good speed, having streamers floating over the heads of the fine black steeds. It proved to be a farmer of Detour named Samuel Robinson, who having given single life a fair trial, concluded that home would be more pleasant and life more blest by the presence of one of the fairer sex. Being out driving in company with Miss Adah Quantz, of same township, in reaching Detour with that pleasant looking young lady, they made a call at the M. E. parsonage and after a few pleasant remarks the happy couple were united in marriage. They made their way home to try the stern realities of married life. We believe Samuel made a good strike and wish them many years of true pleasure.

March 21, 1891 Page 8
Pickford.
On St. Patrick's day, at the home of the bride's parents, two miles east of the village Erastus Fleming and Ellen Daly were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony, by Rev. Joseph Holt, of the Presbyterian church. The wedding was quiet, only the near relatives being present . The young people have a large circle of acquantainces who wish them any amount of happiness. They will at once commence housekeeping on their farm in this neighbourhood.

April 4, 1891 Page 7
Kinross News.
A marriage took place at Kinross the other day. The happy couple are Miss Odeline King and Grant Garlinghouse, both residents of this place. … .

April 4, 1891 Page 10
PICKFORD ITEMS. (Special correspondence)
Last Tuesday was the wedding day of Con Galer and Miss Nellie Wannacot. They were married at the home of the bride, by the Rev. Joseph Holt in the presence of of a few relatives and intimate friends. The happy couple were accompanied by John Sterling and Miss Ruth Rye. The bride and her maid were attired in rose, collored brilliantine and looke, as one young lady said 'to sweet for anything.' …

April 25, 1891 Page 1
John Rightmyer and Miss Ella Yates, of this city, were married by Justice Gurnoe, Wednesday evening.

May 2, 1891 Page 1
M. A. Hoyt, formerly one of the editors and proprietors of The News, was married at Prairie du Chien last Monday, to Miss Evans, a charming and accomplished young lady. Mr. Hoyt is a gentlemen of unusual culture, energy and ability and is always remembered warmly and favorably by those who knew him here. He is prospering as the editor-in-chief of the Milwaukee Daily News. He cannot do too well in any direction to suit his old associates on The News.

May 2, 1891 Page 1
Mr. Blain and Miss Stonehouse Married
Thomas Blain and Miss Lydia Stonehouse were united in marriage on Wednesday evening. The ceremony was performed at the residence of Randolph Bishop, Ridge Street, by Rev. J. E. Whalen, Mr. Blain is the well known grocer. Both have numerous friends in the city who join The News in extending congratulations.

May 23, 1891 Page 1
Patrick O'Brien, of the Soo, and Miss Ellen Galvin, of Utica, were married in Utica, N. Y. last week. They will reside in the Soo.

June 6, 1891 Page 1
A Newberry Couple Married Here.
Angus McLeod and Miss M. E. Baux, both of Newberry, were married at St. James' rectory Monday afternoon by the Rev. P. T. Rowe. Their friends entertained them at the Tremont House Monday evening and they returned to Newberry Tuesday.

June 20, 1891 Page 1
Weller-Moiles Nuptials.
Marriage of Capt. B. B. Moiles and Miss Dora Weller by Rev. B. F. Aldrich.
At 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Congregational church Capt. B. B. Moiles and Miss Dora Weller were married by the Rev. B. F. Aldric; Miss Kitty Moran was bride's maid and Oscar L. Massbacher acted as best man. Besides the immediate relatives of the bride only a few were present. Captain Moiles is one of the best known steam boat men on the lakes, and is the owner of the tugs Mystic, Dowling and Arthur. The bride is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Weller, of Dawson Street, and is a charming young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Moiles will spend their honeymoon in Saginaw and return to this city where they will reside.

June 20, 1891 Page 7
Wm. Dohany, who at one time clerked in Lacey's drug store, but who is now connected with the Home Savings Bank, Detroit, was married in that city last week.

June 27, 1891 Page 2
A Happy Wedding.
W. J. Kelley, the popular baggageman at the union depot, and Miss Jennie Hamilton, a talented young lady, were united in marriage Monday morning at St. Mary's church. A fine wedding breakfast was served at the McEvoy Hotel. The happy couple have gone to house-keeping on Ridge street. A number of handsome presents were received, but the one most prized is the elegant set of table cutlery which was the joint gift of the numerous railroad friends of the groom. Mr. Kelley is also an expert telegrapher as well as an accommodating gentleman.

June 27, 1891 Page 10
At the residence of John Levine, on Ridge street, on Wednesday evening, Rev. B. F. Aldrich, of the Congregational church, united in marriage Amandus Julien and Mary Erikson. The groom is well known here and the bride arrived from Sweden only a few weeks ago. They will reside here.

July 4, 1891 Page 1
Married Man and Married Woman Skip
Raber has a high grade sensation. Edward Johnson , a clerk in the Feltus store, eloped the other day with Mrs. Odeta Alton, the wife of an honest, hardworking man, Johnson left a wife and three or four children almost destitute. Mrs. Alton had no children. The affair has been the talk of the country round about Raber. Johnson was well known in the Soo and his bad behaviour surprises some.

July 11, 1891 Page 8
Cupid's Pranks.
Two Well Known Young People United in Marriage Tuesday Evening.
A large number of friends of Peter Moffat and Miss Irene Lake witnessed the wedding ceremony of these two estimable young people on the evening of Tuesday the 7th inst., at the home of the bride, 272 Bingham avenue. At 9 o'clock Rev. G. W. Luther, performed the ceremony, after which a sumptuous wedding supper was spread. The bride was tastefully attired in a neat fitting dress of white cashmere and wore a beautiful bouquet at her side. The newly married couple were the recipients of many presents, both ornamental and useful, among which a token of the regard of the Young People's Society of the Presbyterian church figured conspiciously. The bridesmaids were Miss Bessie McIntosh and Miss Agnes I. Danskin, the groomsmen wer John L. Lake, brother of the bride, and Charles I. Everett. A reception and social was then held. The happy couple took the train for Minneapolis on the following morning where they attended the Y.P.S.C.E. convention.

July 18, 1891 Page 10
Gregory Dischaine, of Life Saving Station No. 12, Lake Superior, and Mrs. Marie Ferrianet, of this city, were married at St. Mary's church, at 7 o'clock Thursday morning, by the Rev. Father Garceau.

July 27, 1891 Page 8
Rev. H. B. Foskett, of the Tabernacle and Miss Eleanor Lamont Stevenson were united in marriage last Monday at Bridgeport, Conn., and will be at home at the Tabernacle parsonage after August 1st.

August 15, 1891 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jackson, of Cleveland, were at the Exchange on their bridal tour this week. Mr. Jackson just wedded a daughter of the renowned Biship Whipple, of Minnesota.

August 8, 1891 Page 1
NOT BY CHANCE …Inquiring for Miss Mary B. Palmerlee, of San Francisco, … . Now she is Mrs. M. S. Brown. They sought a license but could not secure one here on the grounds of non-residence. …
So across the river they went, and a Canadian license, just as good and just as strong, they secured. Rev. Willmott, of the Methodist church, across the river, tied the golden knot and a happier twain would be hard to find. …We grew up together in Lapeer, Mich. Mary's mother is dead. Her father is Heman Palmerlee, of Lapeer. …

August 22, 1891 Page 1
Married Tuesday Morning
Nuptials of Miss Kitty Moran and Victor H. Paradis Solemnized by Rev. Rowe.
A joyous wedding was that of Miss Kitty Moran, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Moran, Spruce avenue, and Mr. Victor H. Paradis, of West Superior, which was solemnized by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, at St. James church, Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. The church had been exquisitely decorated with flowers by the Misses Maggie and Rachel Gowan, including the suspension of a beautiful floral horseshoe. The bride was attended by Miss Maggie Gowan and Mr. Paradis was supported by James Moran, Jr., a brother of the bride. The church was filled with the friends of the contracting parties. After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Moran, and soon afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Paradis took the steamer Peerless for West Superior. A large circle of intimate friends saw them off. Mt. Paradis is a civil engineer, was formerly associated with F. C. Shenehon here and is to be congratulated upon capturing one of the Soo's fairest daughters.

August 22, 1891 Page 8
William Teebeau, fireman on the International wedded a fair daughter of the Canadian Soo last Saturday and he gave the boys on the river a blow-out on Monday night.

August 22, 1891 Page 8
Manager Fred Hughart, of the Western Union telegraph office, is in Sioux Falls, Dakota, where he went to marry one of that city's fairest daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Hughart will arrive in the city early next week. During his absence his competent and accommodating assistant, Winthrop Bolter, has been in charge and has given satisfaction to all.

August 22, 1891 Page 8
Next Tuesday at Newberry the wedding ceremony of W. C. Johnson and Miss Cora Cummings will be solemnized by Rev. Bartlett Foskett, of this city. The young people are well and favorably known in this city. Miss Cummings taught school here during last term. Mr. Johnson is the son, of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Johnson, of 224 Portage avenue, who will on Tuesday evening, give a reception in honor of the couple, who will soon afterward go to Duluth to reside.

August 29, 1891 Page 1
Manager Hughart, of the Western Union, is at his post again. His happy marriage to Miss Ida M. Myrick, at Sioux Falls, S. D., last week, has not disturbed his equanimity in the least. Mrs. Hughart is welcomed to the Soo.

August 29, 1891 Page 8
On Wednesday, Thomas Dodge and Miss Annie T. Giddings, both of this city were united in marriage by Rev. P. T. Rowe. The happy couple left shortly after for the East.

August 29, 1891 Page 1
Wed On Water.
The First Nuptials Ever Solemnized on Old Superior
Dean Gardner Ties A Square Knot
A Philadelphia Tourist Falls in Love With a Bold Steamboat Man and They are Spliced on the Raging Main
On Board Lake Superior, Transit Company's Steamer Japan
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. August 27, 1891 - Editor News- The unusually large number of passengers on the L.S.T.Co's steamer Japan, were surprised on Wednesday evening, the 26th inst., on leaving Bayfield, to find preparations in progress for an event which seemed of importance, and which proved to be a wedding. The contracting parties were Mr. Robert Inglis, the company's local agent at Bayfield, and Mrs. Margaret Walton, a Philadelphia lady, who met Mr. Inglis during a trip last summer on the same steamer, when a mutual attachment ensued, which led to the first wedding on Lake Superior's waters. A large party of Bayfield's citizens and guests at the hotel, where Mrs. Walton had been spending the summer were invited by Mr. Inglis to ride over to Ashland "merely on a pleasant excursion as he said." Some seeing Rev. C. H. Gardiner, Dean of Trinity Cathedral, Omaha, Neb. in the party, were a little suspicious, but when the boat reached Ashland and started back, on the return trip, it seemed only what it purported to be until half-way back, when all were invited to the cabin, and the bridal party, headed by Dean Gardiner and Captain Robert Smith, walked in from the captain's room and ranging themselves before the dean, the solemn marriage ceremony of the Episcopal Church was celebrated. …
August 29, 1891 Page 1
Harry Breausseau and Miss Josephine Potoin, both of Newberry, called at the Congregational parsonage Tuesday afternoon and were made one by popular the pastor. The happy couple will make their home in Newberry.

August 29, 1891 Page 5
Prominent Young Canadians Married Here
Percy Greene and Miss Rita Ryan, well known in Toronto and Canadian Soo social circles, were quietly married at the Iroquois on Friday evening of last week by the Rev. P. T. Rowe. Miss Ryan is the youngest daughter of Contractor Ryan, who with Contractor Haney, is building the new Canadian lock.

August 29, 1891 Page 8
On Wednesday, Thomas Dodge and Miss Annie T. Giddings, both of this city were united in marriage by Rev. P. T. Rowe. The happy couple left shortly after for the East.

August 29, 1891 Page 8
W. C. Johnson and Miss Cora Cummings were married at Newberry on Tuesday by Rev. Bartlett Foskett, of this city. The happy couple were tendered a reception by the parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, on Tuesday evening, and they departed next day for their future home at Duluth.

September 5, 1891 Page 1
Popular Soo Young People Married.
Miss Allie McNaughton and A. L. Ferguson, prominent and popular young people, of the Soo, were married at St. James Church, by Rev. P. T. Rowe, Wednesday forenoon. They left at once for an extensive bridal tour through Canada. Miss McNaughton is a daughter of Capt. and Mrs. McNaughton, who are of the city's oldest and most highly respected families. Mr. Ferguson is a brother of R. G. and W. F. Ferguson, and is a young gentleman of sterling qualities. A large circle of friends join The News in extending sincerest congratulations.

September 5, 1891 Page 1
Captured by Marquette Man.
Miss Susie Cody, of this city, and E. D. Millan, of Marquette, were married at the Catholic church Tuesday morning, by Father Garceau. A great many friends witnessed the ceremony and a tempting dejeuner awaited the happy couple and attendants at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ryan, after enjoying which they took the Peerless for Marquette, Mr. Millan's home. Miss Cody belongs to the well known Cody family in the Soo and is a relative of the Ryans and McEvoys. She deserves and has secured a worthy husband..

September 5, 1891 Page 1
Will Wed in Golden October.
The announcement has been made of the near approach of the wedding of Miss Rose Easterday and Dr. Thomas N. Rogers. It will occur about the middle of October. Dr. Rogers is one of the Soo's best known young physicians, Miss Easterday is the charming and cultured daughter of Rev. Thomas R. Easterday, …

September 5, 1891 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly , Maple street, will celebrate their golden wedding Sept. 14. The good old folks will be surrounded by family and friends.

September 5, 1891 Page 1
It is said the Central House is to have a new mistress. Landlord James Kelliher is in Toronto, and his friends say he didn't go for nothing.

September 5, 1891 Page 8
Stalwart.
Last week Hiram Tripp, of this place, was united in the bonds of wedlock to Miss Kate McInnis, also of this place. Many friends of the bride and groom wish them health, wealth and happiness.

September 12, 1891 Page 1
John H. Noble and Miss Lizzie Stroud were united in marriage, Thursday evening, at the home of the bride's parents, on Court street by Rev. J. E. Whalen, of the Methodist church. Mr. Noble and his bride will depart tomorrow for their future home at Marquette, were he holds a good position on the Mining Journal. Their many friends join in wishing the young couple a happy journey through life.

September 12, 1891 Page 3
Gatesville.
This week we have to announce the marriage of Robert Van Volkenburgh and Miss Cooper. They were married in Detour Thursday.

September 12, 1891 Page 7
Detour Doings.
Robert C. Van Valkenburgh and Miss Sarah E. Cooper, were married at Detour on Thursday by Rev. John Murdock, of the Methodist church. The happy couple were tendered a reception by the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cooper. They departed next day for their future home at Raber.

September 12, 1891 Page 7
Detour Doings.
At the Parsonage on September 1, Angus Parish of Drummond and Miss Martha Stannon, of the same place, were united in marrage by Rev. John Murdock. We wish them many years of happiness.

September 19, 1891 Page 1
Robert Brownlee, of St. Joseph's Island, and Annie Presleau, of this city, were joined in marriage by Rev. B..F.Aldrich Wednesday.The happy couple will make their home on St. Joseph's Island.

September 19,1891 Page 1
Dolor Montpetit,a well known young man of this city , was united in marriage, at Montreal, with Miss Harriet Mitchec, of that place, a couple of weeks ago. The young couple are expected here daily and will receive the best wishes of the groom's many friends.

September 19, 1891 Page 1
A Soo Romance.
Dr. Biggs and Miss Bates Principals in a Pretty Story.
Wedded In Secret A Year Ago.
A romantic story that has been a profound secret for over a year, except to a very few, has just been brought to light. … .The principals in the affair are Dr. T. J. Biggs, who was formerly stationed at Fort Brady, and Miss Lulu Bates, a charming young lady of Staten Island, N. Y. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. P. T. Rowe, at the Episcopal church, on July 16, 1890, in the presence of only two witnesses, Lieut. McIntyre, of Fort Brady, and County Clerk Webster. … . Their happiness was soon interrupted by the return of mother and daughter to their home, and the transfer of the doctor to another station at Glendale, O., where they yet remain. … .

September 19, 1891 Page 4
The State of Superior.
Louis Wolfsky, of Escanaba, sold his stock of merchandise last week and eloped with a foolish woman named Mrs. Theoret, the wife of an honest hard-working merchant. Wolfsky had been in business there four years. No trace of the couple has been found.

September 19, 1891 Page 8
Wellsburg.
George Tardiff and Miss Lizzie Hinds were married Tuesday evening of last week at St.Mary's church. Father Finnegan performed the ceremony. A wedding dinner was served at Peter Tardiff's residence, after which the happy couple departed for their home on the Hay Lake road.

September 26, 1891 Page 1
James Grant McKeown, late of Addington county, Ont., but recently of this city, and Miss Mary Kennedy, of the Canadian Soo, were united in marriage, at the home of the bride's parents by Rev. Geo. Chandler, on Sept. 16.

October 3, 1891 Page 1
Surprised Their Friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. B. Sutton Celebrate their Tenth Wedding Anniversary.
The friends of Judge and Mrs. E. S. B. Sutton, who were invited ostensibly to a progressive pedro party at their handsome residence Thursday evening, were treated to a pleasant surprise when they learned on their arrival that the tenth wedding anniversary of their host and hostess would be commemorated by their presence. … .

October 17, 1891 Page 1
The marriage of Miss Rose L.Easterday and Dr. Thomas N. Rogers will be celebrated on Wednesday next at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs. T.R. Easterday

October 24,1891 Page 1
IN HOLY BONDS.
Marriage of Dr. T. N. Rogers and Miss Rosa L. Easterday Wednesday Evening.
On Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, at the residence of Rev. and Mrs. Thos. R. Easterday, Dr. T. N. Rogers and Miss Rosa L. Easterday were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. Easterday, the bride's father, and prayer was offered by Rev. J.E. Whalen. Only a few intimate friends were present, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. B. Munday and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Whalen, Mr.and Mrs. C. W. Pickford, Mr. and Mrs. A. Blank, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wiley, Mrs. G. W. Brown, Misses Carleton, Trelease and Ripley and Messrs. G. G. Scranton and F. R. Price. The bride and groom are both well known and popular. They will be "at home" after Nov. 1 in the cottage at corner of Spruce and Kimball streets, which was a wedding gift of Mr. and Mrs. Easterday to the happy couple.

October 24, 1891 Page 1
Edward G. Ashmun Married.
Edward G. Ashmun, better known in this city as Egie Ashmun, was married at San Francisco, on the 8th inst; to Miss Anna Schulterberg, of that city, and is now residing at Summer, Cal. Mr. Ashmun was born and brought up in this city and is a brother of Mrs. Charles Ripley, Mrs.C.W. Hecox, Mrs. James Kelly and Miss Mary Ashmun. For several years he has had charge of Stackpole & Lincoln's eating houses along the line of the Southern Pacific railroad in California and is one of the most popular and best known young men in the state. The wish of his Soo friends and The News is that the happy couple may have a life of never-ending joy and happiness.

October 24, 1891 Page 4
THE STATE OF SUPERIOR.
Webster Dock, city editor of the Marquette Times, took unto himself a wife last week.Congratultions.

October 31, 1891 Page 1
On Wednesday evening at the residence of Wm. Shunk, and in the presence of a large number of friends, the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M.A., united in holy matrimony Thos. J. Lackey and Miss Sarah J. Shunk. The young couple have the best wishes of all their friends.

October 31, 1891 Page 1
Under Romantic Circumstances.
A wedding of considerable local interest, under somewhat romantic circumstances, occurred last Saturday at Bayport, this state. The chief parties in the affair were Ed. Reede, a Michigan law student, and Miss Anna Wallace, of Port Austin. The latter is a sister of Mrs. H. M. Oren, of this city. She spent nearly all of last winter here and gained many friends, who will be pleased to learn ofher happy marriage.

October 31, 1891 Page 7
News Notes.
At Atlanta, Ga., Hiram Lester, 121 years old, and Mrs. Wesley, 74 years of age were soon to be married.

November 7, 1891 Page 3
Gatesville Items.
On Monday last, Rev. J. Murdock, of Detour, united in holy matrimony Robert M. Butler and Priscilla M. Spence, both of this place. The young couple have the best wishes of all their friends.

November 14, 1891 Page 1
Frank Jangrau and Miss Josephine Paris, of Sugar Island, were married at St. Mary's church, Monday.

November 21, 1891 Page 1
Surprised a Popular Couple.
A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Richard Common, Jr. at their home on Spruce Avenue last Saturday night, in honor of the tenth anniversay of their marriage. …

November 21, 1891 Page 2
John H. Dowdall went over to the Canadian Soo Tuesday to attend the marriage ceremony of his friends Miss Julia Gleason and Neil McDonald, two popular young people of that city.

November 21, 1891 Page 8
Peter J. McGuire, Church & Co's., head tinner and Miss Nellie Mansfield, a popular young lady from the interior of the county, were married at the Catholic church at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning by Fathe r Garceau. Mr. McGuire's associates at Church's remembered him handsomely. He is a deserving gentleman and THE NEWS wishes Mr. and Mrs. McGuire joy all their lives.

November 28, 1891 Page 1
The McNally-McClinchy Wedding.
The marriage of Miss Winnie McNally, and William McClinchy took place at the home of the bride's parents, at 8 o'clock Thanksgiving evening, the Rev. J. E. Whalen of the Methodist church officiating. Miss McNally is the eldest daughter of John McNally, chief mechanic at the Union depot, and is a most charming young lady. The groom is employed as freight clerk at the Soo-South Shore Freight office and is an exemplary gentleman. Mr. and Mrs. McClinchy will be at home to their friends after Dec. 1, in their cozy little cottage on Ferris street.

November 28, 1891 Page 8
Henry Atkins and Miss Sue Corrigan were married at St. Mary's church Thursday night, by the Rev. Fr. L. T. Garceau.

December 5, 1891 Page 9
Andrew Nelson and Miss Ida Monkman both of this city, were united in marriage by Rev. B. F. Aldrich, Wednesday evening, at the residence of the bride's parents. The young couple will reside near houghton.

December 12, 1891 Page 1
Henry Pickford and Miss Minnie Sparrow were married last week at Toronto. The groom is a son of C. W. Pickford, of this city and is now engaged in business in Washington, D. C.

December 19, 1891 Page 1
Wm. Sellers, of Gladstone, and Miss Alice Wright, of the Canadian Soo, were united in marriage yesterday by Rev. G. W. Luther.

December 12, 1891 Page 1
The engagement and near approaching marriage of Clarence J. Johnson, the competent and popular young architect and Miss Adelaide W. Miskey, sister of Mrs. M. J. Magee, is announced.

December 12, 1891 Page 2
West And South.
The marriage of Felix Bohannon, aged 86 years, and Miss Americus Legg, aged 18, occurred near English, Ind. The bride was reared by the old man.

December 19, 1891 Page 1
County Clerk Wm. Webster issued a marriage license Wednesday to Wm. G. Rains, of St. Joseph Island, and Miss Gussie Keene, of this city.

December 19, 1891 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roach have received an invitation to the wedding of R. M. Quigley, son of W. B. Quigley, both well known here, to Miss Josie Ferguson, at Alexandria, Louisiana. It will be a swell affair.

December 19, 1891 Page 10
Leiut Johnson, regimental quarter-master of the Third U. S. Cavalry and a brother of Architect Johnson of this city, was recently married at San Antonio, where he is stationed.

December 19, 1891 Page 10
A marriage license was issued Wednesday to C. Osgood and Miss Maggie Fletcher, both of Neaseville. They were married by Rev. C. F. Bronson.
December 26, 1891 Page 10
At the home of the bride's parents, at Dafter, Dec. 16, Rev. W. E. Brown, of Donaldson, united in marriage William Henry Welsh, of Stevensburg and Miss Fannie Harper, of Dafter.

January 2, 1892 Page 3
Rosedale Items.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Christie were surprised Wednesday evening of last week, by a large party of friends gathering, to congratulate them on the event of their golden wedding. …

January 9, 1892 Page 8
Patrick Desmond and Miss Maggie O'Donnell were united in marriage Thursday morning by Rev. Father McDonald, of St. Mary's church. The wedding occurred in the convent chapel on account of the church being occupied for other purposes.

January 16, 1892 Page 3
Married At Donaldson (Special Correspondence)
Ont the 6th day of January, at the home of the bride's parents Rev. W. E. Brown united in marriage John Cummings and Miss Mary A. Brownridge, both of Donaldson. The ceremony took place at 4 o'clock p.m. The bride was attended by Miss Isabel Lyall and the groom by his brother Fred Cummings. The bride looked beautiful in a dress of mahogany colored plush, trimmed with pale blue silk. After congratulations had been given the guests were ushered into an apartment where an excellent dinner had been prepared …

January 16, 1892 Page 8
John Luckes and Susan Yon, of Iroquois were married last week.

January 16, 1892 Page 8
Tremble-Cartwright Wedding
A. F. Tremble and Miss Anna Cartwright were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon, at the residence of the bride's parents near Donaldson by Rev. W. E. Brown. The young couple have gone to housekeeping on Lyon Street. The News joins friends in wishing them a pleasant journey through life.

January 23, 1892 Page 1
The Price-Trelease Wedding
The nuptials of Fred R. Price and Miss Kitty Trelease will be celebrated next Tuesday morning at nine o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. Thomas Trelease, an aunt of the prospective bride. The Rev. P. T. Rowe, A. M. will officiate and the ceremony will be conducted only in the presence of relatives and intimate friends. After dejeuner the happy couple will leave for the East.

January 23, 1892 Page 4
The State of Superior.
Lew A. Cates and Mrs. Liva Franklin, of Escanaba, were united in marriage on th 14th inst. Mr. Cates is business manager of the Escanaba Iron Port and congratulations of the Upper Peninsula press are being showered upon him.

January 23, 1892 Page 6
Donaldson. (Special Correspondence)
Two more couples were united in marriage last week by Rev. W. E. Brown, of this place; on Jan. 13, at the home of the bride's parents, in Bruce Township, Robert G. Trimble and Miss Mary A. Cartwright, both of Sault Ste. Marie and on Jan. 16 at the home of the groom's sister, W. H. Godey, of Dafter, and Miss Carrie Elkins, of Sault Ste. Marie.

January 23, 1892 Page 8
Canada Soo Brevities.
John McKay, one of our leading barristers and Miss Annie Laughton were united in marriage Wednesday of last week and are now on their wedding trip in the east.

January 23, 1892 Page 8
The Spence-Burden Wedding
Last Monday evening a noted wedding occurred in the Canadian Soo. The principals were Alex Spence and Miss Gertrude Burden, both of whom are well known on this side of the river.

January 30, 1892 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. Price Go East
The Rev. P. T. Rowe, A.M., of St. James, solemnized the marriage of Miss Kitty Trelease to Fred R. Price, at the residence of the bride's aunt, Tuesday morning. None but relatives were present, owing to the recent bereavement of the groom. The impressive Episcopal ceremony over, a wedding breakfast was served and the happy couple took the South Shore train for the East. …

February 13, 1892 Page 1
Edward Stevens and Miss Edith Kingshot, both popular young people, were united in marriage Wednesday by Rev. J. E. Whalen.

February 20, 1892 Page 1
Lafayette H. Conley-Marianne Sharp.
On Thursday evening at St. James church the Rev. P. T. Rowe, A.M., officiated to marry LaFayette H. Conley and Miss Marianne Sharp. The church was crowded to overflowing with the many friends of both parties. The bride was attended by Miss Laura Grandy and was given away by her father, while the groom was supported by Will Sharp, brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Conley, nee Polly Sharp are both very popular. The ceremony was followed by a wedding supper and the happy couple are now at home to their friends in the groom's previously prepared cosy cottage on Division street … A pleasant coincidence was the fact that the day was the thirtieth anniversary of the marriage of the bride's parents.

February 20, 1892 Page 2
Jas. Sutton and Miss Mary Luckes were united in marriage Monday, at the residence of the late Thomas Luckes at Iroquois, by Rev. J. McGregor. The young couple are well known and popular and have the best wishes of their many friends.

February 20, 1892 Page 8
John Lake and Miss Jennie Stevens, both well known here, were married at Chicago last week.

February 27, 1892 Page 3
Gatesville.
A happy occurrence took place here Tuesday in the marriage of Miss Annie McDonald to John Goetz at the residence of the bride's father.

February 27, 1892 Page 4
The State of Superior
Mr. and Mrs. Able Oaks Packard, aged 74 and 76, respectively, living near St. Ignace, celebrated their golden wedding last Saturday.

March 5, 1892 Page 8
John Goetz, of Gatesville, and Miss Annie McDonald, of Detour, were united in marriage last week.

March 5, 1892 Page 8
George Elliot and Miss Theresa Boyle, both of this city were united in marriage Tuesday by Rev. C. F. Bronson.

March 12, 1892 Page 1
Marriage of a Popular Young Couple.
Joseph Eagle and Miss Emma Stevens were united in marriage by Rev. Dr. Stone, at the M.E. parsonage, Wednesday morning, attended by Miss Phronia Eagle and Dr. Deadman. The happy couple left the same morning for Detroit, Toronto and other places and will return in about ten days …

March 12, 1892 Page 2
A "Gay" Marriage at Midnight.
What might be termed in good part, a "Gay" midnight wedding occurred Tuesday morning at 12:30 o'clock, at the Methodist parsonage. Miss Belle Gay and Freeman Campbell, of Sailors Encampment, were the contracting parties. They drove up Monday evening on the ice, accompanied by Mrs. Case, Mrs. Gay, Miss Gowan, Chas. Sliger, Heman Miller, Gus Burro, Richard Murphy, Edward Hagadone, John Madigan and Isaac Cadotte. The party registered at the Marquette House. County Clerk Webster was routed out at Midnight and obligingly supplied the happy couple with a license.

March 12, 1892 Page 6
Gatesville.
The marriage of Miss Margaret Mure, of this place to Edward Thomas, of St. Joseph's Island, Canada, occurred Saturday evening at the residence of Guss Veigner. Joseph Goetz, of Detour, but formerly of this place, conducted the marriage ceremony. The event was celebrated by much noise and music, such as guns and cow bells make.

March 12, 1892 Page 6
Gatesville.
Married, on the 1st inst., Miss Katie Huss to John Thompson, both of this place. The happy event took place in the Catholic church early Friday morning. A large number of friends were present.

March 12, 1892 Page 7
Neebish Nuggets.
A wedding party left the Encampment in a pair of bob-sleighs enroute for the Soo, on the 6th inst. Everything bid fair for a delightful trip, as the weather was charming for this season of the year Freeman Campbell, of St. Joseph's Island and Miss Bella Gay, of Nebish Island, were the happy couple, … The marriage was supposed to take place on the 7th inst, the day following their arrival into town, but some of their party got on a lark the night of the 6th took the bridegroom from his bed at 12 o'clock at night and told him that, judging from appearance, the wedding should not be delayed a minute. So two men were dispatched at once for a marrage license, the other to find a minister. At about 1 o'clock a.m. all hands proceeded to the Methodist parsonage where the knot was tied by Rev Dr. Stone…

March 19, 1892 Page 1
A Happy Marriage
W. F. Ferguson and Miss Augusta A. Adams united in Holy Bonds
The marriage of W. F. Ferguson and Miss Augusta A. Adams was solemnized by Rev. C. Wilmot, of the Canadian Soo, assisted by Rev. Dr. Stone, Tuesday morning, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Adams. After the ceremony an elaborate dejeuner was served and the young couple departed for Chicago, Detroit and other places on a wedding trip. Mr. Ferguson is at the head of the firm of W. F. Ferguson & Co. and is one of the Soo's most popular, enterprising and successful young business men. Mrs. Ferguson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs R. N. Adams, is highly accomplished and has been quite prominent in social and charitable circles …


March 19, 1892 Page 2
The marriage of Lafayette Brown and Miss Frances Franklin took place last Saturday.

March 19, 1892 Page 7
The Lipsett-Meyers Wedding.
Wm. F. Lipsett and Miss Anna Meyers were united in marriage Wednesday morning by Rev. Dr. Stone, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Newton. Miss Nellie Newton acted as a bridesmaid and David Aitken as groomsman. After a wedding breakfast the happy couple departed for Chicago and other places on a wedding trip. …

March 19, 1892 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eagle returned yesterday from their wedding trip. They received a present of a $50 silver tea set from the fire boys.

April 2, 1892 Page 2
W. Baker of Duluth and Miss Mary J. Payne, were united in marriage Saturday evening by Rev. P. T. Rowe, M.A., at St. James church.

April 2, 1892 Page 7
Rosedale Items.
Married by the Rev. Childs on Wednesday evening, Robert H. Pringle, of Thessalon, Ont., to Miss Mary A. Fletcher, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher, of Rosedale.

April 9, 1892 Page 8
Ephraim Cottle and Miss Viola Sabin, both of Pickford, were united in marriage last week at the Methodist church.

April 2, 1892 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gallinger left Thursday for Carrelton Junction to attend the golden wedding of Mrs. Callinger's parents.

April 2, 1892 Page 8
Benj. Campbell and Miss Sarah Rossman were united in marriage by Rev. G. W. Luther, Thursday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Blake Smith.

April 2, 1892 Page 8
The marriage of L. G. Jackson and Miss Emily Sermon was made public this week. The interesting event occurred Feb. 22nd in the Canadian Soo and was kept a profound secret except for a few.

April 9, 1892 Page 2
W. Baker, of Duluth, and Miss Mary J. Payne, were united in marriage Saturday evening, by Rev. P. T. Rowe, M.A. at St. James chrurch.

April 9, 1892 Page 2
A Pleasant Wedding.
W. J. Freeborn and Miss Jennie Cameron were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the home of the bride by the Rev. J. E. Whalen, of the Methodist church. Mr. Freeborn has been employed in Thos. Blain's grocery for some time and is well and favorably known; the bride is a charming young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Freeborn are at home to their friends at 29 Ridge street. Congratulations.

April 16, 1892 Page 3
Master Johnny Takes a Wife.
At Ohoopee Sunday, Master Johnny Bazemore aged fourteen years and Miss Emma Lynn, aged thirteen years were united in marriage at the residence of one of the bride's relatives. They are of good families and are thought well of by all who know them. They live with the father of the bride. Cor Altanta Constitution.

April 16, 1892 Page 10
John A. McDonald and Miss Anna Gilbrath were united in marriage Monday evening by Rev. J. E. Whalen.

April 23, 1892 Page 7
Miss Ella Dingman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dingman, formerly of the Soo, and niece of Capt. A. B. Roach, was married on Wednesday, at Maynard, California, to a prosperous merchant of that city. Soo friends tender warmest congratulations.

April 30, 1892 Page 2
Donaldson. (Special Correspondence)
Married at the Methodist parsonage, Donaldson, April 27, 1892, by Rev W. E. Brown, William T. McKinnon and Miss Alice Bumstead, both of Rosedale. The young people are well known both in city and country, and have the best wishes of their many friends.

April 30, 1892 Page 4
Sterlingville. (Special Correspondence)
Our quiet village was thrown into great excitement a few days ago by the ringing of bells, which was occasioned by the happy marriage of Robt. Grey and Miss L. Dorey, both of this place. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Purdue, of Pickford, on the 19th inst. The happy couple have the best wishes of the people of Sterlingville.

April 30, 1892 Page 6
Stalwart Items.
Robert Sims and Miss Minnie Forgrave, both of this place, were united in the bonds of wedlock at the residence of the bride's father on Wednesday, the 20th inst., by Rev. J. W. Holt, of Pickford. After a sumptuous repast the young couple repaired to their new home, where they are at home to their many friends.

April 30, 1892 Page 8
Abraham Wilcox and Miss Lillie McDonald were married at the Methodist parsonage on Wednesday evening of this week by Rev. J. E. Whalen. They have already commenced housekeeping at their own farm home, about four miles south east of the Soo.
May 7, 1892 Page 1
Met Half Way.
Mr. Loynahan and Miss Curran Meet Here and are Married By Judge Warner.
A pretty little romance culminated in Judge Warner's office yesterday when. Mr. D. H. Loynahan, of Duluth. and Miss Lizzie Curran, of Montreal, presented themselves with a love light in their eyes and piloting straight for the haven of matrimony. Mr. Loynahan is a prominent real estate man and dealer in Mesaba iron stocks in Duluth, has passed the age of giddiness, and is a well appearing gentleman. He came into The News office with a fragrant Havana and said he had known Miss Curran since childhood. "We thought we would meet each other half way" he added "and as we are going to live in America we decided to be wedded according to the laws of our newly adopted home." They registered at the Iroquois and will go home today.

May 7, 1892 Page 8
Thomas Lee and Miss Alice Brown were married on April 27, at the home of the bride's parents in Marquette township, Mackinac county by Rev P. J. Purdue, of Pickford.

May 14, 1892 Page 1
On Wednesday evening, Perry Reebel and Miss Agnace Cranston were married at the Methodist parsonage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. E. Whalen in the presence of a small company of special friends of the bride and groom.

May 21, 1892 Page 1
The Johnson-Miskey Wedding
Cards of invitation were received by Soo friends Wednesday to the weddings of Miss Adelaide W. Miskey, of Media, Pa., and Mr. C.J. Johnson, of this city which will occur at Philadelphia, June 1. Miss Miskey is a sister of Mrs. M. J. Magee, of this city, and Mr. Johnson is the well known architect. Both are very popular.

May 21, 1892 Page 1
Married Just Twenty Years.
Next Monday will be the twentieth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Goff. They will celebrate the event in the evening by a "heart" party.

May 21, 1892 Page 8
Married Wednesday evening at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. C. F. Bronson, Chas. S. Somes and Miss Maggie M. Campbell of this city.

May 28, 1892 Page 1
Mrs. H. Feldman is now Mrs. J. Shannon.
Mrs. H. Feldman, wife of the late well known druggist and farmer, and James Shannon, a steady and industrious assistant on the Feldman farm, were quietly married by Rev. T. R. Easterday, April 10. The fact has been kept quiet and very few will know it before they read this paragraph. Numerous friends in the city and county will be glad of a chance to tender congratulations.

May 28, 1892 Page 8
Miss Grace Kelly, of Pickford, was married to P. D. Knowlton, of Cleveland, at Sarnia, Ont., a few days ago.


June 11, 1892 Page 1
Will be Wedded.
Approaching Marriage of W. M. Campbell and Miss Hessie McKinney.
Wm. M. Campbell, the energetic proprietor of Campbell's confectionery and fruit house on Ashmun street, will leave Monday next for Albion, where he will be united in marriage on Wednesday with Miss Hessie McKinney, of that city.…The bride elect is a sister of P. T. McKinney, of Peppard and McKinney …

June 18, 1892 Page 10
Wm. M. Campbell and Hessie McKinney were married at Albion on Wednesday. They will return to this city about June 22.

June 25, 1892 Page 1
Licensed to Marry.
Marriage licenses were issued this week as follows: Joseph St. Louis and Henriette Rasine, both of Bay Mills; Chas. Brown, American Soo, and Jennie A. Lemon, Canadian Soo; Louis A. Pringle, Bay City, and Isabella Denny, Iron River, Mich.

June 25, 1892 Page 2
Miss Rees and Mr. Vanlew Will Wed.
Clarence Vanlew and Miss Bertha Rees will be married at St. James church on July 8; Rev. A. E. Vesey, of the Canadian Soo, will officiate. Mr. Vanlew, who is better known as Clarence Ruehle, is a well, known Soo boy and has been employed in Prenzlauer Bros', store for nine years. The bride-elect is the eldest daughter of C. P. Rees, the accountant. Both have many friends. They will visit Eastern cities for a short wedding trip and will reside with Mr. Vanlew's parents at the corner of Spruce and Kimball streets

July 2, 1892 Page 1
Soo Friends Extend Best Wishes.
Miss Alice Calder and Albert Stock were wedded at Hillsdale on Wednesday night of last week. Miss Calder is the daughter of Rev. J. G. Calder, who at one time resided in this city and has a large circle of friends in Chippewa county. The groom is receiving teller in the State Savings Bank, of Hillsdale, and is a popular young man. Mr. and Mrs. Stock will be at home at No. 578 Twelfth street, Hillsdale, Mich., after July 15th.

July 2, 1892 Page 1
The Schlesser- Crichton Wedding.
Postmaster John Schlesser, of Schlesser, and Miss Agnes Crichton, of Gatesville, were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon, by Rev. T. R. Easterday, at the latter's residence. The young couple came up on the Faxton from Detour the previous evening, accompanied by Wm. G. and Thomas M. Crichton brothers of the bride. They all remained here until yesterday, when they returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Schlesser, who have the best wishes of The News and other friends will at once go to housekeeping at Schlesser.

July 2, 1892 Page 3
M. J. Cook, formerly of this city, was united in marriage June 23, with Madge E. Thompson, of Allegan, where the young couple will reside.

July 9, 1892 Page 1
United in Holy Bonds.
Marriage of Clarence Van Lew and Miss Martha Bertha Rees. The marriage of Clarence Van Lew and Miss Martha Bertha Rees was solemnized Thursday evening at St. James church, by Rev. A. L. Williams of Chicago, in the presence of a throng of friends. Frank T. Trempe, acted as groomsman and Miss Lizzie Kelley, of Bay City, as bridesmaid; Jessie and Nannie Rees, sister of the bride, and Elsie Warren, her niece were the maids of honor. The wedding march was played by Miss Rachel Gowan. The church was elaborately decorated for the occasion. The presents were both numerous and handsome. A reception was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rees, the parents of the bride, immediately after the ceremony The happy couple are both well known young people and The News joins with many friends in extending best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Van Lew left on the Faxton yesterday morning for a trip to Mackinac Island, Bay City, and Detroit. They will be "at home" in about ten days at their residence on the corner of Spruce and Kimball.

July 9, 1892 Page 1
W. E. Davidson, of Kearney, Neb. who is a son of E. C. Davidson, of the country's big farm, will be married July 14 and with his bride will take a trip to the Pacific coast.

July 9, 1892 Page 1
H. S. Scott, an employe of the Democrat office, and Miss Esther Stevenson, were united in marriage at Gaylord Tuesday.

July 9, 1892 Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McElroy Nease, arrived at the Iroquois from Pittsburg, Wednesday. Mr. Nease married Miss Kate Eugene Perrine, June 14. The happy couple were accompanied hither by Thomas C. Perrine father of the bride. He is one of Pittsburg's prominent business men.

July 9, 1892 Page 8
Gatesville. (Special Correspondence)
Married at Sault Ste. Marie, on the 29th ult, at the residence of Rev. Thos. R. Easterday, Miss Agnes Crichton to John Schlesser, both of this place in presence of Mrs. Dr. T. N. Rogers and F. M. Crichton. They have the best wishes of their many friends in this place.

July 16, 1892 Page 2
Mrs. Charles H. Spurgeon.
Mr. Spurgeon was but twenty-two when he made choice of a wife in Susanna, the daughter of Mr. Robert Thompson, a merchant of Falcon square, in the city of London. But if young in years the preacher was of course even then old in wisdom, and the excellence of his judgment fully atoned for the earliness of his marriage. Mr. Spurgeon was then pastor of a small chapel in South London, and resided in the poverty stricken neighborhood of the borough. During the first fortnight of the year 1856 the marriage took place on Jan 8, the young man was preaching in several of the provincial cities.
Not long after marriage Mrs. Spurgeon fell a victim to a disease from the affects of which she has never wholly been free. In 1868, in accordance with the wishes of the most eminent surgeons, she consented to a painful operation; …

July 16, 1892 Page 4
Detour. (Special Correspondence)
On July 1, at the Detour hotel, Daniel McLeod, of Detour, and Miss Maggie Parish, of Drummond, were united in the bonds of matrimony by the Rev. J. Murdock.

July 16, 1892 Page 4
The State of Superior.
W. H. Stuart of the Ewen Recorder was united in marriage with Miss Minnie S. Bates, of Negaunee, last week.

July 16, 1892 Page 8
Andrew Baker and Miss Elizabeth Byers were joined in wedlock Tuesday by Rev. T. R. Easterday.

July 23, 1892 Page 2
Robt. Cook and Miss Catherine Humes were united in marriage, on the 13th inst. by Rev. C. F. Bronson.

July 23, 1892 Page 3
Strongville. (Special Correspondence)
Miss Martha Brundson and Hiram McDonald, both of Strongville, were united in holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. J. W. Holt, at the residence of the bride's father, on the 13th of July.

July 30, 1892 Page 4
The State of Superior.
A. M. Kahn, a Luce county farmer, advertised a short time ago for a wife, and received several answers from various lonely damsels who were willing to share his income to milk the cows and darn his stockings. After serious correspondence Mr. Kahn at last struck a bargain with a lady in California who arrived in Newberry last week, and on Monday last the happy twain were made one. Who says advertising doesn't pay? —Newberry News.

July 30, 1892 Page 5
Detour . (Special Correspondence)
On the 29th inst., at Detour, William A. Jones and Miss Phoebe Olmstead were joined in wedlock by Rev. J. Murdock, at the home of Angus McKenzie. Many gifts were presented them which indicates their respectability and popularity. But William will need to catch more fish now.

July 30, 1892 Page 8
W. C. Clarke, of this city, and Miss Maggie Dey, of Collingwood, were united in marriage by Rev. T. R. Easterday at the latter's home on Tuesday, July 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are at home to their friends at No. 21 Water street. Congratulation.

August 6, 1892 Page 1
Robt. H. Halladay, well known in Soo, Ont., and Miss Maud Barr, of this city, were married by Rev. C. F. Bronson, on Wednesday, at the residence of G. S. Noble. Several friends were present and the young people were the recipients of valuable tokens of friendship.

August 6, 1892 Page 7
Tuesday was the thirty-sixth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blank.

August 6, 1892 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Sullivan attended the wedding of J. Bishop and Miss Rose Sullivan at Newport, Ont. this week. They were accompanied to the Soo by the happy couple, who will remain as their guests over Sunday.

August 13, 1892 Page 1
A Notable Wedding.
Marriage of W. B. Rockwell and Miss Louise C. Johnson at Scranton, Pa.
Capt. W. B. Rockwell and Miss Louise C. Johnson, whose marriage occurred at Scranton, Pa., a few days ago, arrived in the city Thursday and are now at the Perry Hotel. Mr. Rockwell has sent in his resignation as Captain of Company H. of the thirteenth regiment Pennsylvania, state troops, and will dispose of his interests in the East and reside here permanently, devoting his time to his duties as buyer for the Lake Superior Lumber company. Although not long a resident here, Mr. Rocdwell has made himself very popular and his many friends join with The News in extending hearty congratulations. The Scranton (Pa.) Tribune, of August 4, has the following account of the wedding:
One of the prettiest home weddings that have occurred in Scranton, for a long time was that which united W. B. Rockwell and Miss Louise C. Johnson last evening at the residence of Mr. Rockwell in North Park. … The ceremony was performed by Rev. George E. Guild, pastor of the Providence Presbyterian church. … The bride was given away by her father, James H. Johnson, of Buffalo, NY. …

August 13, 1892 Page 1
Approaching Nuptials.
Edgar L. Stanley and Miss Anna Donaldson to be Married Next Week. Edgar L. Stanley assistant cashier of the Sault Savings bank, will leave to-day on the Athabasca for Hamilton, Ont., where he will be united in marriage, on Wednesday next, to Miss Anna Donaldson. … After a short eastern trip the young couple will return by way of Adrian, Mr. Stanley's old home, and make the Soo their future residence.

August 13, 1892 Page 1
On August 3rd, at the residence of and by the Rev. T. R. Easterday, James Hood and Annie Morland both of this city, were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony.

August 13, 1892 Page 4
The State of Superior.
Chas. H.Watson, of the editorial staff of the Crystal Falls Diamond Drill, and Miss Blanche Campbell, an estimable young lady of Crystal Falls, were married last week. Congratulations.

August 20, 1892 Page 1
Another Happy Couple
Geo. Field and Miss Anna Finlayson were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. G. W. Luther at 8 o'clock Monday evening. Mr. Field is employed at the Inter Ocean market and is a well and favorably known young man. Mrs. Field has resided in the Soo for many years and is popular with her friends. The News extends congratulations

August 20, 1892 Page 8
Geo. Sylvester and Miss Rose Payment were united in marriage at Sugar Island last Monday. The happy couple are well known here and on the Island. The groom is a brother to Clem Sylvester, of P. M. Church & Co's hardware store.

August 27, 1892 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs.James Ryan.
James Ryan, of Ryan & McKenna, West Superior merchants, arrived in the city Monday. Jimmie, who at one time was employed as manager of J. P. Haller's Ashmun street store, gave a genuine surprise to his many Soo friends by introducing a charming young wife. Mrs. Ryan's maiden name was Josephine Burns, and the marriage was solemized at St. Anthony's church, Minneapolis, the home of the bride, on Thursday, August 18. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan have visited Chicago and Mackinac Island, and after a visit of a week here, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Haller, will go to West Superior, where they will reside permanently. The News joins with a host of Soo friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Ryan a smooth and prosperous matrimonial voyage.

August 27, 1892 Page 7
Donaldson. (Special Correspondence)
One day last week Captain Terry Kannada and Miss Mary Crawford, of this place, skipped to the Soo and were united in marriage, and took the train for the northwest, where they will spend their honeymoon. They are both well known and highly respected young people and have the best wishes of their many friends.

August 27, 1892 Page 7
Bay Mills. (Special Correspondence.)
Mr. Hicks, our popular barber, and Miss Campbell, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony on Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. P. R. Rowe. Congratulations.

August 27, 1892 Page 8
Wm. Gleason, the well known reailroad man, and Mrs. Russell, of St. Ignace, were married Tuesday and are now away in the East on a wedding trip.

September 17, 1892 Page 3
Thos. Clare and wife, and Ed. C. Tromey and wife celebrated their Honeymoon in Toronto this week.

September 24, 1892 Page 1
A Quiet Wedding.
Miss Hadie W. Ellis and Otto Supe United in Marriage
The many friends of Otto Supe and Miss Hadie W. Ellis were pleasantly surprised Wednesday morning by the announcement of the marriage of that well known young couple. The ceremony occurred Wednesday morning at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis, on Ferris street, in the presence of only relatives and a few friends, Rev H. A. Putnam, of the Congregational church, officiating. After a sumptuous wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Supe departed for Bay City, Saginaw and Detroit. They will return early next week and then go into camp for awhile in one of the charming spots of this vicinity. Mr. Supe is a well known business man of the popular business firm of Otto Supe & Co., jewelers and grocers. Mrs. Supe is a charming young lady and popular with all who know her. They will be "at home" at 34 Ferris street, on Oct. 15. …

September 24, 1892 Page 1
Marriage of Lawyer Charles McCall.
Justice Gurnoe officiated Thursday night to marry Charles McCall, of the Soo, and Miss Kittie Shawano, of Sugar Island. Both of the contracting parties are well known in the Soo. The groom is a young lawyer and member of the Chippewa county bar. Miss Shawano is related to the famous Shawano family, the head of which was chief of the Chippewa, whose daughter was married by Congressman J. Logan Chipman, of Detroit.

September 24, 1892 Page 1
Another Happy Couple.
Marriage of Miss Elizabeth Hood to Frederick Stibbs.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Hood to Frederick Stibbs was solemnized at noon Thursday, by Rev. T. R. Easterday, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hood, on Emiline street. There was a large attendance of friends and the presents were numerous. Alex. McKenzie. of the Canadian Soo, acted as groomsman, and Miss Minnie Sherbrook, as bridesmaid. After an elaborate wedding dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Stibbs left for Bradford, Ont., their future home. Both are well known and popular young people and their friends all unite in offering best wishes for a prosperous and happy journery through life.

September 24, 1892 Page 7
Albert Eagle expects to leave today for Kansas, where he will be married next Wednesday.

September 24, 1892 Page 7
Jos. Linke will be married next Monday night. He will have the best wishes of a very large circle of Soo friends.

September 24, 1892 Page 8
A Golden Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnston Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Their Marriage.
The golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnston, of this city, was celebrated at the Encampment Thursday, at the residence of their son Howard and daughters Charlotte and Mollie. A large number of guests were present, the presents were numerous and valuable, and the occasion was a most enjoyable one. …
In early days Mr. Johnston was a valued employee of the Hudson Bay Company. Their friends wish them many happy returns of their marriage anniversary.

October 1, 1892 Page 6
Miss Eva Turner, the grand daughter of Mrs. Dr. Hansen, will be married to Paul Stone, formerly of this city, during early in November. The marriage will take place at the home of Mrs. Hansen, 4402 Lake Avenue, Chicago. Mr. Stone, the prospective groom, is a son of Capt. E. S. Stone, now of Oconomowoe, but one of Milwaukee's earliest settlers. …

October 1, 1892 Page 7
Chas. H. Smith and Miss Ephemia Robinson, both of this city, were united in marriage Thursday by Rev. C. F. Bronson.

October 1, 1892 Page 7
Joseph A. Linke and Miss Elizabeth A. Cliff were married Monday by Father Donovan. They are now receiving the congratulations of an unusually large number of friends.

October 1, 1892 Page 8
Alex. Campbell and Miss Jennie Godfrey were united in marriage Wednesday at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. G. W. Luther.

October 8, 1892 Page 5
SKETCHES of OUR NOMINEES.
Hon. John T. Rich.
… The father of John T. Rich was a native of rock-ribbed Vermont, but realizing that a man could never be a successful son of toil on a ton of soil he emigrated to Pennsylvania, where John was born. When John was five years old the family returned. Two years later his mother having died, young John was sent alone to Michigan to live with relatives. The following year his father came on and purchsed the farm where the popular republican gubernatorial candidate has since lived.
Mr. Rich was married March 12, 1863, to Miss Lucretia Winship, of Atlas, Genesee county. …

October 15, 1892 Page 2
United in Holy Bonds.
Last Tuesday the happy marriage of Miss Mary Prior to William Mende was celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, on Ridge street. Mrs. Mende is a well known and respected young lady of this city and Mr. Mende is a popular young gentleman of Rogers City. Mrs. Mende will be missed very much by her parents and friends. The young couple departed on their wedding tour on Wednesday morning for Rogers City, where they expect to make their future home.

October 15, 1892 Page 3
Iroquois Items. (Special Correspondence)
William McKay, of this place, was joined in wedlock last Wednesday, the 6th inst., with Miss Haynes. We all join in wishing them a prosperous journey through life. Rev. Dr. Campbell tied the knot that is hard to undo.

October 22, 1892 Page 8
Fred W. Porte left Wednesday for Lucan, Ont., where he will attend the marriage of his sister next Tuesday. Manager C. W. Thompson, of the Union Depot telegraph office, is doing double duty during operator Porte's absence.

October 29, 1892 Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eagle, of Eagles's Corner, will celebrate their golden wedding on November 7th.

October 29, 1892 Page 2
Miss Vina Parr, of this city and Robt. Chubb, of Marquette, were married at Marquette Thursday evening.

November 5, 1892 Page 10
Strongville. (Special Correspondence)
A very pleasant occurrence took place at the residence of Jas. Cottle, in which Care Sass and Miss Annie Cottle were tied together in the holy bonds of matrimony. They will leave for Wisconsin then back to Big Rapids, Mich., which is their future home. We hope the young couple will have a happy journey through life.

November 5, 1892 Page 11
A Notable Wedding.

the Duluth New-Tribune of Friday, Oct 28, has the following account of the wedding:
A very quiet marriage, the parties to which, however, are of high social business, and political connections, was solemnized yesterday afternoon at the home of Capt. A. P. Wood, No. 1903 East Superior street, where Miss Mary J. Wilson, of Cleveland and Ridgely C. Powers of Maryland, were united in Hymen's bonds. Miss Wilson is a sister of Mrs. Wood, and of Capt. Thomas Wilson, the great Cleveland vessel owner and iron man, and the groom is ex-governor of Maryland. Rev. Dr. Ringland tied the nuptial knot, and Gov. and Mrs. Powers departed on the 3:50 train for Los Angeles, Cal., where the honeymoon will be spent, after which they will go to the governor's home in the Oriole state, where he has extensive interests.

November 12, 1892 Page 1
A Notable Event.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eagle Celebrate Their Golden Wedding
(A worth while item to have photo copied for family information)… William Eagle was born in Nova Scotia 74 years ago and married Sarah Ann Teeter, Erin, Ont., Nov. 7, 1842 …

November 19, 1892 Page 1
Alfred Corbett, aged 27, and Annie Cairns, aged 20, both of this city, were married on the 14th inst.

November 19, 1892 Page 1
Joel Lloyd, aged 25, and Elizabeth Hutchinson, aged 20, both of Sault Ste. Marie, were married on the 14inst.


November 19, 1892 Page 1
Carl Sass, aged 24, of Rudyard, and Miss Annie Cottle,, aged 20, of Pickford, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, at Pickford, on the 10th inst.

November 19, 1892 Page 2
A Grand Wedding at Marquette.
One of the grandest weddings in the history of the Upper Peninsula took place at Marquette Wednesday, when Miss Charlotte Graveraet Kaufman and Edward N. Breitung were joined in Hymen's bonds. The groom's gift to his bride was a $10,000 necklace. Mr. and Mrs. Breitung left immediately in General Manager Fitch's private car for an extended eastern tour. Mr. Breitung is one of Michigan's wealthiest young men.

November 26, 1892 Page 1
A Quiet Wedding.
James Galley and Miss Annie Condlon Joined for Life
James Galley and Miss Annie Condlon were united in marriage at St. Mary's cathedral, at an early hour Wednesday morning, the Rev. Fr. D. Donovan, S.J., officiating. The wedding was a quiet one, only the immediate relatives and a few friends being present. After the ceremony the bridal party was driven to the residence of W. J. Condlon, where a wedding breakfast was served. The bride is a sister of W. J. Condlon, the boot and shoe dealer. She is a young lady of accomplishments and has endeared herself to all who know her by her pleasing and entertaining manner. Mr. Galley is numbered among the olden time Soo boys, having been born and raised here. He is second engineer on the canal and everyone who knows him will join with THE NEWS in wishing the young couple a smooth and prosperous journey across the matrimonial sea. Mr. and Mrs. Galley are now at home to their friends at 251 Portage avenue east.

November 26, 1892 Page 1
The marriage of Miss Frances Wittikoski and Joseph Kowalski is announced to occur early next month.

November 26, 1892 Page 1
J. F. Moffat and Miss Lucinda A. Draper and also J. A. Sipes and Miss Mary A. Shabbrook, all of this city were united in marriage on Thanksgiving day by Rev. C. F. Bronson.

November 26, 1892 Page 8
An Approaching Wedding.
On Wednesday, Dec. 28, W. J. Dean, of this city, will be joined in wedlock with Miss Sarah A. Pattison, at the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pattison, of Cheboygan, Mich. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Dean will arrive in this city and will be given a reception on the evening of Jan. 4 at the residence of the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dean, 265 Court street. Mr. Dean is foreman of J. B. Sweatt's lumber yard and is well known and popular. Miss Pattison is one of Cheboygan's most charming young ladies. The young couple will reside at 167 Williams street, where Mr. Dean owns a house and has it all ready for occupancy.

December 3, 1892 Page 1
IN HYMEN'S HALTER.
Marriage of J. H. Bunten and Miss Anna D. Comb.
On Thursday evening Dec. 1, a quiet wedding occurred at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jessie O. Comb, corner Dawson and Kimball streets. The contracting parties were J. H. Bunten and Miss Anna D. Comb. Rev. T. R. Easterday officiated. Miss Belle M. Comb acted as the bridesmaid and J. B. Irwin as groomsman. After the ceremony an excellent wedding supper was served. The happy couple received many useful and valuable gifts. In addition to relatives only a few friends were in attendance. Besides those already mentioned the following were present: Mr. and Mrs. John Comb, Mr. and Mrs. David Comb, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Comb, Mr. and Mrs.A. M. Comb, Mr. and Mrs.A. Hotton, Robert Comb, Miss Kate B. Comb, Byron Campbell, R. J. Stuart, E. F. Bolender and Robert Cowen. Mr. and Mrs. Bunten will be "at home" after Dec. 10, at the corner of Kimball and Dawson streets…

December 3, 1892 Page 1
The Townley - Nicholson Wedding
John Townley and Miss Maggie Nicholson were married by Rev. T. R. Easterday Tuesday evening of this week, at the residence of Mrs. Thompson, on Seymour street. Mr. Townley is employed at J. B. Sweatt's planing mill and is well thought of by his employer. THE NEWS extends its best wishes to "Jack" and his fair bride.

December 3, 1892 Page 1
George Cross and Mrs. Geo. Hodges were united in marriage Monday by Justice Gurnoe.

December 10, 1892 Page 1 Chicago Wedding of Local Interest.
Miss Eva Turner, who has visited in this city a number of times, and who was engaged to the late Thomas Martin, of the firm of Sutton & Martin, at the time of his death from typhoid fever, two years ago, was married to F. Paul Stone in Chicago, on Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Stone will reside at 4402 Lake avenue, Chicago, after Jan 1.

December 17, 1892 Page 1
Ainsworth - Mead.
Wednesday's Marriage of Two of the Soo's Best Known Young Folks.
Mr. Corydon Everett Ainsworth and Miss Florence Bertine Mead, were married on Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Henry Mead, on Portage avenue, by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M.A., of St. James' Episcopal church. Mr. and Mrs. Ainsworth need no introduction to the readers of THE NEWS, who know Mr. Ainsworth as one of the Soo's best and most progressive young business men of high worth, and his charming bride as one of the city's fairest daughters, possessed of all that is true and lovely in womanhood.
Retrospective reverie throws about this happy union a glamour of romance that heightens its interest and adds to the occasion the charm of novelty. On the same evening, of the same day and date just twenty-two years before, occurred a similar event. A handsome girl, with sparkling eyes and cheeks that would put the peach to blush, was married to a sterling young man at Pontiac. Those were the parents of the bride of Wednesday evening. …

December 17, 1892 Page 1
Miss Belle Comb departed for Detroit and Windsor Monday where she will visit with friends. While in the latter place she will attend the wedding of John Calder and Miss Ferguson of that place. Mr. Calder is a son of Rev. Calder, who was pastor of the M. E. church in this city a few years ago.

December 17, 1892 Page 1
Bill Got Annie.
Two Lovers Get a Marriage License for the Same Girl.
County Clerk Webster is authority for an amusing faux pas that occurred at his office this week. On Monday William Robertson called and in the usual shy manner invested in a marriage license, in which the name of the lady to the contract was given as Annie Thomas. Monday afternoon James Clawson, a brawny young man of sandy hue, came in on the same errand. He also wanted a license to marry Annie Thomas. Mr. Webster thought, of course, that this was for Annie No. 2 and noticed the coincidence, but it soon passed out of his mind. However, it came back hurriedly on Tuesday, when Clawson stalked into the office in a glaring rage and exclaimed in a very destructive: "I thought this hur paper was a garranty deed to the woman. She's went and married that durned Bill Robertson, and I want my money back or the devil'l be to pay." Jim got his money back, but Bill got Annie. It was real funny.

December 17, 1892 Page 12
Arthur H. Williams, well known in this city, was recently married at Buffalo, where he is now located.

December 17, 1892 Page 12
J. W. Dean and sister Amanda Ida, will leave Monday for Cheboygan, where Mr. Dean will be united in marriage next Wednesday with Miss Sarah A. Pattison, of that city. The young couple, who will reside here, will be given a reception Jan. 4, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dean.

December 17, 1892 Page 12
The marriage of Miss Maggie Ruehle and Nicholas Morrish is announced for Jan 21, next. Mr. Morrish was formerly chief clerk at Price's and is now doing well at Saginaw in the drug business for himself. Both have a very large circle of friends in the Soo.

Decenber 24, 1892 Page 1
AN APPROACHING WEDDING.
Miss Nellie Newton to be United in Marriage to Mr. C.H.McBean.
Miss Nellie Newton , the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Newton, will be married next month to Mr. C. H. McBean, of Buffalo. The ceremony will be performed at St. James' church and the affair will be a very fashionable one. Miss Newton's parents are numbered among the city's oldest residents, and she is a young lady of many accomplishments and friends. Mr. McBean, although a resident of Buffalo, is well and favorably known here and during the summer has filled a responsible position on the steamer Idaho, of the Transit line. They will reside in Buffalo, where Mr. McBean will engage in business.

December 24, 1892 Page 1
Marriage of Mr. Snell and Miss Josyln.
William M. Snell, the well known young attorney and court commissioner-elect, will wed Miss Evelyn A. Joslyn, at Romeo, Mich., next Wednesday. Miss Joslyn is the very charming daughter of Rev. Joslyn, the popular pastor of the M. E. church at Romeo. The wedding will be quiet and simple and only relatives and very intimate friends will be present. Mr. and Mrs. Snell will be at home after Jan 15, 1893, in the Chandler residence, on Chandler Heights. No one will be the recipients of warmer congratulations than they and the bride will be made very welcome to the Soo.

December 24, 1892 Page 1
Watson - Woods Nuptials.
John Watson and Miss Lizzie Woods were united in marriage Thursday evening at the residence of the bride's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. H. Woods, by Rev. P.T. Rowe, M.A. Both are well known young people. Among the presents was a pearl brooch for the bride from the groom's mother, who lives in London, Eng.

December 24, 1892 Page 1
Will be Wedded Next Wednesday.
Next Wednesday at 7:30 will occur the marriage of Charles F. Hursley and Miss Josie Old, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Old, on Spruce avenue. Mr. Hursley is one of the city's most popular and capable young men and Miss Old is a charming and accomplished young lady.

December 24, 1892 Page 1
W. D. Sargeant to be Wedded.
Supt. W. D. Sargeant, of the Soo fish hatchery, departed Tuesday for Freemont, Mich., where he will be joined in wedlock with Miss Claudia Hopper, of that city, next Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sargeant will reside at the Soo, in the C. H. Chapman residence on Portage avenue, which Mr. Sargeant has leased.

December 24, 1892 Page 2
A nice Wedding at Superior.
Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, Superior, Monday morning at 9 o'clock, by the Rev. W. E. Brown, Joseph E. Harrison, of Gladstone, and Miss Aluva Brazell, of Superior. The happy couple left for their home in Gladstone on the morning train. Mr. Harrison is one of the best known, best liked and most capable engineers of the Soo Line. Mrs. Harrison is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Brazel. Presents from Soo and Grand Marais friends were numerous and beautiful. THE NEWS speaks for a large circle of friends when it wishes the happy couple much joy.

December 31, 1892 Page 1
John F. Moloney will leave tonight for Cheboygan, where the silver wedding of his brother James will be celebrated tomorrow. Mr. Moloney may visit other lower peninsula points before his return.

December 31, 1892 Page 1
THE HURSLEY-OLD NUPTIALS.
A Well Known Young Couple United in Marriage Wednesday Evening.
The marriage of Miss Josie Old, daughter of G. H. Old, of Spruce avenue, and Charles F. Hursley, was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents last Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Nellie Newton was the bridesmaid and Neil McKeone groomsman. Rev. J. E. Whalen performed the ceremony in the presence of near relatives and a few friends. Mr. Hursley is one the the Soo's most popular young business men, being manager of the Hursley Tug line. The bride is one of the city's most charming and attractive young ladies. They will be at home to their friends at 320 Maple street, after Jan. 10. THE NEWS extends its best wishes to Charlie and his fair young bride. Mr. and Mrs. Hursley were serenaded by the Firemen's band on the evening of their marriage.

December 31, 1892 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ainsworth are expected to arrive home from their wedding trip next week.

December 31, 1892 Page 1
The Hagender - Milligan Wedding.
On the evening of December 27, at the residence of the bride's parents, in this city, Rev. Dr. A. J. Campbell united in marriage Wendel Hagender, of the firm of Hagender & Klingland, to Miss Phyannah Milligan, both of Sault Ste. Marie. The parties are well known in the Soo. Mr. Hagender successfully discharged the duties of engineer previous to his becoming the senior member of the above firm. The bride is popular and a most estimable young lady.

December 31, 1892 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dean.
W. J. Dean was united in marriage last Wednesday evening at Cheboygan, with Miss Sarah A. Pattison, a popular young lady of that city. The young couple will be given a reception next Wednesday evening at the residence of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dean of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Dean will be "at home" after Jan 10. at 167 William street.

December 31, 1892 Page 1
Marriage of Mr. Snell and Miss Joslyn.
William M. Snell, of this city, and Miss Evelyn A. Joslyn, were married at the home of the bride at Romeo, Wednesday evening. After a short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Snell will be at home to their friends at the residence of William Chandler, Chandler Heights, after Jan 15, 1893. The NEWs extends congratulations.

December 31, 1892 Page 1
The Sargent - Hopper Nuptials.
W. D. Sargeant, superintendent of the Soo fish hatchery, was united in marriage with Miss Claudia Hopper at Freemont, Wednesday evening. After an eastern trip Mr. and Mrs. Sargeant will reside in the Chapman house, Portage avenue east. THE NEWS extends best wishes for a prosperous matrimonial voyage.

December 31, 1893 Page 1
James English and Miss Emma Mitchell, who were united in marriage at the Soo last week, will reside near Kinross.

December 31, 1892 Page 3
Raber. (Special Correspondence)
Married, on the 26th inst., Mrs. Jeanette Tour to Samuel Kirk, both of this place. To the newly married couple is extended the compliments of the season.

December 31, 1892 Page 3
Detour.
At the Detour House, on the 23rd, Alex Parish, of Drummond Island, and Miss Christie McLeod, of Inver Huron, Ont., were united in marriage by Rev. John Murdoch, pastor of the M. E. Church, in the presence of Hector McLeod and Miss Lillie Sims. A happy New Year to them.

December 31, 1892 Page 12
Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Charles Ahearn and Miss Etta O'Brien, both well known young people.

January 7, 1893 Page 1
Jas. H. Veysey and Miss Agnes Morrow were united in marriage Wednesday, Dec. 28, by Rev. C. F. Bronson.

January 14, 1893 Page 1
A Grand Affair.
Marriage of C. H. MacBean and Miss Nellie Newton
Ceremony At High Noon Thursday. …

January 14, 1893 Page 1
Married Tuesday Morning.
Miss Ella O'Brien and Charles Ahern were united in marriage at St. Mary's church Tuesday morning. After the ceremony the bridal party was driven to the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Brien, where an elaborate luncheon was served. The happy couple were the recipients of numerous handsome presents. They are now at home to their friends at the Bradshaw residence on Portage avenue.

January 21, 1893 Page 1
To be Wedded Next Wednesday.
The marriage of Miss Maggie Reuble and N. P. Morrish will be celebrated at the home of the bride's mother Peck street, at 6 o'clock on Wednesday evening next. The cermony will be a quiet one and only the immediate relatives and a few intimate friends will be present. The young couple will reside at Saginaw, where Mr. Morrish is engaged in the drug business.

January 21, 1893 Page 1
Marriage of Local Interest.
William H. Collins and Louisa E. Seymour were married at Harbor, O., January 12, and are now at home at 146 Willis avenue, Detroit. Mr. Collins is the son of Henry Collins of Collins & Farwell, and was with that firm during the execution of their excavation of the new lock pit. The bride formerly residec in this city and is well known here.

January 28, 1893 Page 1
The Morrish-Ruehle Nuptials.
N. D. Morrish and Miss Margaret Ruehle were united in marriage Wednesday evening, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Wm. Ruehle, by Rev. T. R. Easterday, in the presence of only relatives and a few intimate friends. Afterward a wedding supper and reception were given. Mr. Morrish was formerly employed by F. R. Price in the Medical Hall, and has many friends here. Mrs. Morrish has lived here for years and was a general favorite. The happy couple left Thursday for Saginaw, which will be their home, and where Mr. Morrish is now in the pharmacy business. THE NEWS extends its best wishes.

February 11, 1893 Page 1
A Husband in Fact as Well as in Name.
Miss Minnie Rains and W. B. Husband were united in marriage at the Canadian Soo last Friday. Miss Rains was a former resident of this city where she has a large acquaintance. Mr. husband is a son of Landlord Husband, of the Algonquin Hotel. The young couple are now at home to their friends, Queen street, Canadian Soo.

February 18, 1893 Page 1
A Felicitous Marriage.
Nuptials of S. H. Doench and Miss Ella J. Watchorn Thursday Evening.
A pleasent event was witnessed Thursday evening by those who attended the wedding ceremony of S. H. Doench and Miss Ella J. Watchorn. The marriage was solemnized at 9 o'clock by Rev. P. T. Rowe, of St. James' Church, at the residence of the bride's parents on Gros Cap avenue. The groom is a Sooite, though for the past six years he has claimed Detroit as his home, where he has been prominently connected with the large funiture manufacturing concern of C. H. Haberkorn & Co., and the bride is one of the city's fairest daughters. Both bride and groom have a large circle of friends in the Soo, who tender warmest congratulations. The happy couple were the recipient of numerous handsome presents. Mr. and Mrs. Doench will depart for Detroit Sunday where they will make their future home.

February 18, 1893 Page 1
Were Wedded Monday.
The nuptials of James Kelleher and Miss Dell Rebarge were celebrated Monday. Mr. Kelleher is the well known proprietor of the Central House, on Water street, and the bride a most estimable young lady. They had the best wishes of a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

February 18, 1893 Page 1
James McCabe and Miss Rose Ganith were married Friday of last week.

February 25, 1893 Page 8
Wednesday Capt. and Mrs. W. P. Spalding had been married 45 years. Not a soul who knows them with-holds congratulations and good wishes.

March 4, 1893 Page 2
The State of Superior. (Special Correspondence.)
Miss Annie Hoey daughter of Mrs. William Orr, of this place, was married Feb. 22 to James T. Calbeck, of Bay Mills. May their happy days long continue. Rev. W. E. Brown officiated.

March 11, 1893 Page 1
Anothe Couple Happily Wedded.
Robert Vaines and Miss Mary Isaacs were united in marriage at the Wilbur House, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, the Rev. G. W. Luther, officiating. Mr. Vaines is employed on one of the dredges of the Carkin & Stickney Co., and has a wide acquaintane. Mrs. Vaines has residec in the Soo for several years, and is a charming young lady. THE NEWS joins with Mar. And Mrs. Vaines host of friends in best wishers for a happy and successful matrimonial voyage.

April 1, 1893 Page 8
Rosedale. (Special Correspondenc.e)
William Street and Miss Sayer were united in marriage by Rev. Casper at the home of the bride's parents on Monday of last week.

April 15, 1893 Page 1
Engagement of Miss Emma Bickel.
The engagement of Miss Emma, daughter of Hon. Wm. Bickel, to Phili H. Seymour, a lawyer of Washington, D.C. is announced. Miss Bickel is the eldest daughter of Hon. Wm. Bickel, a prominent banker of our city.…

April 15, 1893 Page 1
W. J. Kennedy and Miss Kate McElveney were married Monday, at St. Mary's church by Rev. Father O'Donovan.

April 15, 1893 Page 1
Hynes-Walsh Nuptial.
The marriage of Daniel Hynes and Miss Bessie Walsh was celebrated at St. Mary's church at 8 o'clock Monday morning last, the Rev. Father D. Donovan S. J. officiating. Miss Alice Walsh, sister of the bride acted as bridesmaid and J. Hilton Dowdall as groomsman. A wedding breakfast was served at Mrs. Wm. Lane's. Mr. and Mrs. Hynes left Monday afternoon on a short tour to Detroit and other parts in Southern Michigan. Mr. Hynes is a brother of James A. Hynes of Hynes & McKenna, in whose employ he has been for some years. The bride is a charming young lady and is popular with all who know her.

April 22, 1893 Page 2
Marriage of Miss Lillian Myers.
Miss Lulu Roach departed Tuesday for Pullman, Ill., where she acted as bridesmaid at the marriage of her friend Miss Lillian Myers and J. L. Peacock, Thursday evening. Miss Myers was formerly a resident of this city, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Myers, who recently went to Pullman to reside. She is a charming young laky and has a large circle of friends here. Mr. Peacock is a railway passenger conductor, and runs out of Chicago on the Chicago and North Western road.

April 22, 1893 Page 2
W. F. McMyler, formerly a Soo hotel man, was married to Miss Florence DeLand, at Towanda, Pa., on Wednesday of this week. Soo friends wish "Mac" joy.

April 22, 1893 Page 2
A Bay Mills Wedding.
Marriage of David J. Perry and Miss Emma Hollingshead.
(Special Correspondence.)
Married, at the school house, Bay Mills, April 12th, at 8 o'clock p.m., by Rev. W. E. Brown, David J. Perry, of Nottawa, Ontario, and Miss Emma Hollingshead, of Bay Mill. Long before the time for the wedding party to arrive, the school house, which had been decorated for the occasion, was filled to its capacity. Promptly at 8 o'clock the wedding party arriced and was escorted to seats on the platform, while Miss Gertie VanHorn played a wedding march. The bride was attended by Miss Jessie Alexander, of Superior, and the groom by Mr. James Hollingshead, brother of the bride. The bride looked very beautiful in a dress of red cashmere, thrimmed with cream lace. This also describes the dress of the bridesmaid. The groom was dressed in a suit of dark blue, this being the full-dress suit of the Salvation Army captain, and became him so well that he appeared fully to be thegallant and noble man that he is. After the choir sang the marriage hymn, No. 1,107 in the Methodist hymnal, the couple were united in marriage and introduced to the guests who extended to them their heartest congratulations. The company then adjourned to the residence of the bride's parents, where a sumptuous supper had been prepared, to which about one hundred and seventy guest did ample justice. …

April 22, 1893 Page 9
Mr. and Mrs. Younglove at Home. (Newberry News.)
The wedding of Mr. C. C. Younglove, jeweler, Newberry, and Miss H. G. Burdick, of the Soo, took place at the residence of the bride's parents at Sault Ste. Marie, last Saturday morning. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Hon. T. W. Burdick a prominent banker of the Soo, and is not altogether a stranger in Newberry. Mr. and Mrs. Younglove took a trip to Queen City, returning home to Newberry on Monday. THE NEWS unites with the many friends of the young couple in wishing them a happy and prosperous journey through life.

April 29, 1893 Page 9
AT THE HYMENEAL ALTAR.
Lewis Fletcher and Miss Gertie Bayliss United in Marriage.
A very pleasant wedding occurred Monday April 17, at the home of the bride's parents, Hay Lake, Bruce township. The contracting parties were Lewis Fletcher, second son of A. C. Fletcher, an old resident of this county, and Miss Helen Gertrude, eldest daughter of John Bayliss, the pioneer harness maker of the Soo. The ceremony, which took place at high noon, was conducted by the Rev. Briggs, F. M., chairman of N. M. district. The bride was neatly attired in crimson Henrietta cloth, and was attended by Miss Lillie Stonehouse, of this city. The groom's best man was Joseph E. Bayliss. After the happy couple had received the congratulations of all present a sumptuous dinner was served.…

April 29, 1893 Page 9
Peacock - Myers Nuptials.
A Wedding in one of Chicago's Suburbs of Local Interest.
Miss Lulu Roach, daugher of Capt. And Mrs. A. B. Roach, of this city, who left last week for Rosaling, a suburb of Chicago, to attend the wedding of her friend, Miss Lillian B. Myers, sends THE NEWS the following, taken from a paper of that place in regard to the pleasant affair -
There was a pretty and quiet wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Myers, No. 2,618 113th place, on Thursday evening at which time their daughter Lillian B., was married to Fred I. Peacock. The parlours had been handsomely decorated for the occasion and the bride was tastefully attired. The Rev. W. W. Diehl, paster of the Grace M. E. Church, performed the ceremony. …

April 29, 1893 Page 9
Superior. (Special Correspondence.)
At the residence of Silas Mason, on the 22d of April, the marriage of Alfred Arthur Sylvester to Alice Mills, daughter of Henry Mills, of Iroquois, took place. Rev. J. McGregor officiated. Both have the best wishes of their many friends.

May 6, 1893 Page 1
Mr. Robbins and Miss Sanford Married.
Forrest C. Robbins, at the head of P. M. church's big establishment and Miss Nellie Sandford, stenographer for Mr. Church, were quietly married Wednesday evening by the Rev. J. E. Bitling, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Bitling, in the presence of relatives only. The contracting parties are both held in high esteem by all who know them. Many nice presents were received. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins were on hand for work at the usual hour Thursday morning, just as if nothing had happened. They will make their home at the residence of the parents of Mr. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Bitlings, THE NEWS extends warmest congratulations.

May 13, 1893 Page 1
Miss Crawford and Mr. McKee Married.
The marriage of Miss Emma Crawford and Mr. Robert J. McKee was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, Donaldson, on Thursday, April 27. The Rev. Mr. Caspar, of the Methodist church, officiated. The bride was attended by Miss Rebecca Parker. Blair Mitchell acted as best man. The wedding was a quiet one. Only relatives and a few friends were present. The presents were beautiful and numerous. The contracting parties are popular young people and THE NEWS joins with their many friends in extending best wishes for the future. Mr. and Mrs. McKee are at home to their friends in their new home, eight miles from the city, on the McKnight road.

June 10, 1893 Page 1
Made a Match. …
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. McDonald, on Portage avenue, next Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, there will be a wedding, the circumstances leading up to which are somewhat romantic. The principals in the affair are Alfred Videon, a well known and prosperous farmer resident of Iroquois, this county, and Miss Elizabeth Davis, who for five years past held the position of cook at the Michigan Exchange Hotel, of this city. A little less than a year ago Mr. Videon sustained the loss of his wife. He mourned her loss and lived on all alone until this spring. Then he came to the Soo to visit Mr. and Mrs. K. B. McDonald. Mr. McDonald, who was an old friend of Mr. Videon, of course tried to comfort the afflicted husband. They talked over old times and Mr. Videon finally intimated that he would like to get married again if he could find some good women to accept him and added that Mrs. Videon on her death had requested him to have Mrs. McDonald pick out is bride, if he ever married again. He told Mrs. McDonald he would give her one of his finest couws if she would get him a wife. Mrs. McDonald laughingly accepted the offer, but though no more of it until he reminded her of it again soon after. One evening Miss McDonald sent for Miss Davis and introduced Mr. Videon to her. They became friends at once. Their intimacy continued until finally they became engaged and the wedding day was set at the time above. After the wedding the couple will go to Iroquois to reside, and Mrs. McDonald will no doubt soon be the possessor of a fine cow as the result of her successful matchmaking.

June 10, 1893 Page 1
IN HYMEN'S BARTER.
W. R. Bacon and Miss Amanda King United in Marriage
W. R. Bacon and Miss Amanda King were united in marriage by the Rev. Father Donovan, at the latter's residence, on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Bella McDonald acted as bridesmaid and George Cody as best man. Immediately after the ceremony the wedding party drove to the residence of the brid's father, where a reception was given to about forty of their friends … Mr. Beacon is the son of the well known and popular Dr. A. E. Bacon, of this city, and junior partner in the drug firm of Royce & Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Bacon left yesterday morning, on the Japan, for a two weeks visit in the east. Their many friends join THE NEWS in wishing the young couple a happy and prosperous life.

June 10, 1893 Page 1
Marriage of Mrs. Clendenin's Mother.
Mrs. S. J. Brownson, mother of Mrs. Dr. Paul Clendenin and Mrs. Morgan, of the army, who is well known in the Soo, was married last week at Minneapolis to Col. Clement A. Lonnsberry, of Bismarck, N.D. Mrs. Brownson was the widow of the late Col. Henry Brownson, of Omaha. Col. Lonnsbury is a prominent newspaper man and represents the St. Paul Pioneer Press at the World's Fair. He was a candidate recently in North Dakota, for U.S. senator. The wedding was attended by Dr. and Mrs. Clendenin, of this city.
June 17, 1893 Page 1
As announced in THE NEWS last week, Alfred Videon, of Iroquois, and Miss Elizabeth Davis, of the Soo, were married last Monday, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. McDonald.

June 24, 1893 Page 1
Albert Hanna and Miss Jessie McIvor, both of the Canadian Soo, were united in marriage in this city Monday by the Rev. C. F. Bronson.

June 24, 1893 Page 2
Ray VanAlstine, a private in Co. D, Fort Brady, and Miss Emma Prosser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Prosser, were united in marriage on Monday of last week by the Rev. C. F. Bronson.

June 24, 1893 Page 10
D. A. Miller and Mrs. Paul Kanosh were married Tuesday.

July 1, 1893 Page 1
Miss Metta Wait, daughter of H. G. Wait, formerly of this city, but now of Grand Rapids, was united in marriage with Frank Randall, at the latter place this week.

July 1, 1893 Page 1
IN HOLY BONDS.
Two Well Known and Popular Young Ladies Take Life Partners This Week.
On Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock Dr. Godfrey Deziel, of Minneapolis, and Miss Charlotte Louise LaLonde, of this city were united in marriage by the Rev. Father Donovan, at St. Mary's church, in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends. The church was handsomely decorated for the occassion. Miss Olive LaLonde, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Henry T. Metzger as groomsman. … Immediately after the cermony the party was conveyed to the residence of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. LaLonde, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served. … They will be at home to their friends at Minneapolis about the last of July.

July 1, 1893 Page 1
IN HOLY BONDS.
Two Well Known and Popular Young Ladies Take Life Partners This Week.
On the afternoon of the same day another wedding was solemnized at the St. James church by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M. A. The principals in the happy event were W. L. Brake, one of the South Shore line's popular sleeping car conductors, and Miss Rachel Gowan, of this city. Only the relatives and a few special friends were in attendence. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Maggie Gowan, and the groom by Benno Rohnert. Following the ceremony elaborate refreshments were served at the residence of the bride's parents. … Mr. and Mrs. Drake left Wednesday for Duluth, where they will make their home.

July 1, 1893 Page 10
Fred C. Baluss, a government inspector on the new lock and Miss Lizzie E. Bowerman, of Palmyea, Mich., were united in marriage in this city Wednesday enening by the Rev. C. F. Bronson.

July 1, 1893 Page 10
W. R. Smith, baggageman at the Union dock, was united in marriage Thursday evening with Miss Sadie Black, of this city, by the Rev. G. W. Luther. The marriage was a surprise to Mr. Smith's many friends, but they all join in extending best wishes.
July 8, 1893 Page 1
D. A. Miller says the report of his marriage, which has been recently circulated, is untrue.

July 8, 1893 Page 1
Engineer Jas. Boyer, of the tug Mary Virginia, and Miss Clara Moss, sister of Mrs. Lines and Mrs. David Lee, were married by the Rev. G. W. Luther at the Presbyterian parsonage June 28. Both bride and groom here a large circle of friends who wish them bon voyage.

July 8, 1893 Page 1
Mr. Strachan and Miss Dyer will Wed.
James Strachan left yesterday for Pinckney, Mich., where he will be united in marriage next Tuesday with Miss L. May Dyer, who formerly taught school here and has many friends in the Soo. After the wedding the bridal party will visit the world's fair and then come to the Soo to reside.

July 8, 1893 Page 2
Marriage of H. Rye and Miss Jennie Watson.
H. Rye, of Pickford, and Miss Jennie Watson, from near Sterlingwille, were united in marriage Thursday of last week, at the residence of the bride's parents by the Rev. J. T. Purdee, of Pickford. The young couple was attended by Miss Mary Watson and David Rye. Among others present were: Misses Ruth and Hannah Rye, M and S. Fleming, Aggie and Jemina Watson, and Grace Adams; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rye; Messrs. George and Albert Rye, George and James Watson, John Sterling, David Hill. The wedding party drove to Pickford, where a reception was given at the residence of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rye, in the evening.

July 8, 1893 Page 9
At the Soo on a Wedding Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Cook, of Syracuse, N.Y., who were married June 28, and are enjoying their bridal trip on the lakes, spent the fourth in the Soo. Mrs. Cook is a sister of J. F. Donovan, and visited here two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Cook left on the Manitou Thursday moring for Chicago and were the first to engage passage from the Soo. …

July 15, 1893 Page 1
Approaching Nuptials of Harry W. Heichhold and Miss Mary Zartman.
…Mr. and Mrs. Noah Zartman request your presence at the marriage of their daughter Mary E. to Mr. Harry W. Heitchhold, Wednesday evening, July twent-three at eight o'clock, Methodist Episcopal Church, Shawnee, Ohio.

July 15, 1893 Page 1
James Strachan, of this city, and Miss L. May Dyer, of Pinckney, Mich., were united in marriage Tuesday at the residence of the bride …

July 15, 1893 Page 4
Joseph E. Soults, senoir publisher of the Menominee Democrat, celebrated the Fourth in a fitting manner by getting married. Congratulations, Joe, and a hearty handshake.

July 15, 1893 Page 9
A marriage license was issued Tuesday by Deputy Jean Webster to Louis Oliver Wilkes and Miss Kate Cassley, both of Bay Mills.

July 15, 1893 Page 9
Gabriel Carlson and Miss Maria Hagelaun, of Raber, were united in holy matrimony at St. James' church, July 6, by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M. A.

July 15, 1893 Page 9
They Ran Away.
Industrious Sam Peffers and Pretty Flo McDonald, of Strongville, were married by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M. A., at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at residence of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. McDonald, Portage avenue. Mr. Reffers, who is a popular and prosperous farmer, is a brother of the late Walter Peffers. The bride is a sister of Chief Alex. McDonald and Robert McDonald, of Strongville. The wedding was an extremely quiet one. …

July 15, 1893 Page 9
The Rev. Charles Henry Horn, who spent a summer three years ago at Miss Vic Payments', Garden River, was married at Olivet July 5, to Miss Hilda Frances Meads. They are now at home at Traverse City, Mich.

July 15, 1893 Page 9
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown Now.
William Brown and Miss Barbara Ellen McInnis, of Pickford, were married by the Rev. G. W. Luther, at the Presbyterian manse, on Monday. The bride is the daughter of Neil McInnes. Both are well known in the soo and throughout the county and have many friends. Mr. Brown is a well-to-do young farmer, with the very best of prospects THE NEWS joins in wishing the happy couple much bliss.

July 15, 1893 Page 9
Detour Doings. (Special Correspondence.)
Two of Detour's honoured and respected citizens were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. Jno. Murdoch, namely: thos. Melvin and Miss Maggie Cameron. The ceremony was performed in the Methodist church Monday evening. The young people have the best wishes of all, over life's highway.

July 29, 1893 Page 1
A HAPPY WEDDING.
Nuptials of Harry W. Heichhold and Miss Mary E. Zartman.
A happy event took place Wednesday at Shawnee, Ohio, where occurred the nuptials of Harry W. Heichhold, chief clerk of the Soo postoffice, and Miss Mary E. Zartman, a charming and talented young lady of Shawnee. The ceremony took place in the Methodist church and was largely attended. The wedding presents were many and costly and testified to an unusual degree of the esteem in which both bride and are held by their friends.

July 29, 1893 Page 1
Edward V. Allen and Miss Ellen J. Sirr, both of this city, were married by Rev. c. F. Bronson Wednesday evening.

July 29, 1893 Page 1
Lars L. Lucas and Miss Lillie R. Roderick were united in marriage by Rev. H. A. Putman yeserday afternoon at the residence of Increase Mather.

July 29, 1893 Page 2
A marriage license was issued Tuesday to John Laramie and Miss Angnes Campbell, both of this city.

July 29, 1893 Page 2
Marriage licenses have been recently issued by County clerk Webster to Louis Allard and Ella Kreuger, of Bay Mills; Donald McKinnon and Rachel McIver, and John Murphy and Mary Hiney.

July 29, 1893 Page 3
Neebish Nuggets. (Special Correspondence.)
Wm. Canada, of Gognemane river, was married to Miss Walker of Munoskong river this week. Mr. and Mrs. Canada will go to the Munoskong to reside at the Walker estate. We wish them much joy.

August 5, 1893 Page 2
A Fashionable Wedding.
Account of the Heichhol - Zartman Nuptials from a Shawnee (O.) Paper.
(People's Advocate Sahawnee, O., July 28).
Harry W. Heichhold, of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Miss Mary E. Zartman, of this city, were united in holy bonds of matromony in the M. E. Church, Wednesday evening. …

August 5, 1893 Page 4
The State of Superior.
Josie Beadle and Patrick Warren, Menomiee, eloped and maanaged to dodge Miss Beadle's parents long enough to get married last week.

August 5, 1893 Page 9
Robert J. Porter and Miss Maggie Bousseau, of Newberry, were united in marriage by Rev. W. C. Hicks at the M. E. parsonage, Wednesday morning.

August 5, 1893 Page 10
Alfred Morau and Miss Mary Lawless were wedded at St. Mary's church Monday morning.

August 5, 1893 Page 10
MARRIED. STRACHAN-DWYER.
At the residence of the bride's mother, Pinckney, Michl, July 12, 1893, James Strachan, of Sault Ste. Marie, and Miss L. May Dwyer, late of the public schools, Republic, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Strachan will be at home to their friends at No. 244 Ashmun street after Aug. 9th.

August 12, 1893 Page 10
James Beggs and Miss Jane Stephenson, of Pickford, were united in marriage Tuesday.

August 12, 1893 Page 10
A marriage license was issued to Albert Krull and Maggie Boucher Wednesday.

August 12, 1893 Page 10
Geo. M. Jones and Miss Lydia Par, of the Emcampment, were married Thursday.

August 19, 1893 Page 1
John Rossain, the czar of Sugar Island married Charlotte Shawano, the only sister of the first wife of the late Congressman J. Logan Chipman.

August 19, 1893 Page 1
On Tuesday, Sept. 11, Gerard Warrick and Miss Maud Ferris will be united in marriage at the residence of Mrs. Mary J. Ferris, in Soo township.

August 19, 1893 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. Watson's Tenth Anniversary
The tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Watson, of No. 101 Ridge street, was celebrated Friday evening of last week.…

August 26, 1893 Page 2
Miss Mollie Burnett, late of this city, was married Aug. 11, at South Superior, to Frank Kenyon, of the South Superior Sun. The bride is the sister of Mr. W. S. Edward, of this city, and has many friends here.

August 26, 1893 Page 3
Pickford. (Special Correspondence.)
On Monday Sept. 4., will occur the marriage of a well known young couple, invitations to which were issued this week. The principals are Frederick B. Smith, one of the county's young and prosperous school teachers, and Miss Minnie G., the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walz, of this place. The ceremony will occur at the residence of the bride's parents.

August 26, 1893 Page 10
Marriage licenses were issued this week to George Varden and Lula Thompson, and to Esley Dubault and Sarah Greggen.

August 26, 1893 Page 10
Frank Hopper and Miss Nellie Waren, of Bay Mills, were united in marriage last week.

August 26, 1893 Page 10
William Kelly, of this city, was married to Miss Maggie Flannagan, of the Canadian Soo, 8 o'clock Monday morning, at St. Mary's church, Canada Soo.

September 2, 1893 Page 1
AN APPROACHING WEDDING
Rev. W. C. Hicks and Miss Lillie G. McDonald to be United for Life.
Invitations were issued this week to the friends of Rev. william Charles Hicks and Miss Lillie Gertrude McDonald announcing the approaching marriage of the popular young couple. The ceremony will occur Wednesday morning, Sept 13, at the Methodist church, in this city, at 10 o'clock
The accomplished daughter of Alderman and Mrs. Hector McDonald.

September 2, 1893 Page 1
WILL BE WEDDED SOON.
The wedding of W. J. Condlon, of this city, and Miss Nellie E. Sullivan, of Erie, Pa., is announced for this month

September 2, 1893 Page 1
Gone to Return With a Bride.
George Larke, the bright and enterprising son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larke, who reside on Larke road, left Monday for Ottawa, where he will be united in marriage with Miss Cecelia McIntyre, an accomplised and charming young lady well known in the Soo.

September 2, 1893 Page 3
Stirlingville. (Special Correspondence.)
Your humble servant has been so busy that he has overlooked one of the most important items, one which should have been made known a week or two ago - that is the tying of the matrimonial knot between Benjamin Darcy and Miss Jane Martyn, both of this place. We offer congratulations and asked to be excused for our oversight.

September 2, 1893 Pag 10
E. C. Dubot and Miss Mary Guggin were married by Rev. C. F. Bronsonon Tuesday Aug. 22.

September 9, 1893 Page 1
An Approaching Marriage.
Robert J. Stuart and Miss Isabelle M. Comb will be marriad at the residence of the prospective brides' mother, Mrs. Jesse O. Comb, next Wednesday evening, Sept. 13, at 8:co o'clock. …

September 9, 1893 Page 2
Pickford. (Speicial Correspondence.)
A very pleasant event took place on Wednesday last at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Walz, of this place. This was the marriage of their charming daughter, Miss Minnie G., to Fred B. Smith, of Bay Mills. The bride was attired in a beautiful brown satin and looked lovely. The presents were numerous and costly. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Holt and was witnessed by a large number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties. The happy couple left for their future home in Bay Mills shortly after the ceremony.

September 16, 1893 Page 2
W. C. HICKS - LILLIE McDONALD.
Married By Rev, Whalen at the Methodist Church Wednesday.
A notable event this week was the wedding on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, at the Methodist church, of Miss Lizzied McDonald, the charming daughter of Alderman McDonald and the Rev. Wm. C. Hicks. The Rev. J. E. Whalen officiated and read the usual form from the church ritual in pleasing tones. Every seat in the auditorium was occupied by friends and acquaintances of the happy couple. Samuel Pickford and Alex McDonald acted as ushers. The bride was attended by Miss Nellie Brazee and Ray McDonald supported the groom. Deft hands had decorated the pulpit lavishly with potted plants and cut flowers. A border of mountain ashberries gave a pretty effect. The contracting parties took position under a great floral horseshoe. As they came forward, the bride on the arm of her father, Mrs. Whalen rendered Mendelssohn's wedding march, the tones of which announced the occasion more plainly than words. Congratulations followed a felicitous address on the part of Mr. Whalen and as the audience filed out the peals of Tannhauser told of the consummation of a happy affair. The bridal party was driven to the residence of the bride's parents, Alderman and Mrs. Hector McDonald, where an informal reception was held and a wedding feast partaken of.…

September 16, 1893 Page 2
R. J. STUART - ISABELLA COMB.
They Were Married on Wednesday Evening by the Rev. T. R. Easterday.
Another prominent wedding this week was that of Robert J. Stuart and Miss Isabella Comb. They were married Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's mother, on Dawson street, by the Rev. T. R. Easterday. The ceremony was witnessed only by intimate friends and relatives. Miss Jennie Ritchie acted as bridesmaid and Byron Campbell supported the groom. A sumptuous wedding supper was served. The presents were numerous and beautiful. The happy couple left on the Manitou for Chicago, where they will visit Mrs. J. H. Bunten, a sister of the bride, and the world's fair. They will by at home at No. 248 Ashmun street after Sept. 1.…

September 16, 1893 Page 2
G. WARRICK - MAUD FERRIS.
Married at the Ferris Farm by the Rev. Whalen Monday Evening.
This has been quite a week for prominent weddings in the Soo. The first of the series was that of Miss Maud Ferris and Gerard Warrick. They were married on Monday evening, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. Mary J. Ferris, south of the city, by the Rev. J. E. Whalen. Miss Lillie McDonald was bridesmaid and Charles Ferris was groomsman. The newly-married couple left for the world's fair. The bride belongs to one of the oldest, most respected and best known families in the county, and of course has scores of friends, a large number of whom were present at the wedding. Mr. Warrick has a responsible position with John E. Krafft & Co. and has made friends of all since his arrival in the city. He has a bright future in every way. THE NEWS desires to be amony the great majority in tendering joy.…

September 16, 1893 Page 2
Mr. Corley and Mrs. Guyette Married.
B. M. Corley and Mrs. Maggie Guyette were married at the home of the bride near Owen Sound, August 28. Mr. Corley is a popular switchman here. He kept his good fortune very quiet, and no one knew of the affair until he returned this week. Mrs. Corley was formerly a resident of the Soo and made many friends here. She is expected to arrive here next week, after which the happy couple will begin housekeeping at once. Ben handed around the cigars Tuesday and took the boys all by surpise. THE NEWS wants to be among the many who are extending congratulations.

September 16, 1893 Page 7
The Rev. T. R. Easterday officiated Wednesday to marry Miss Jennie Quinn and William Pringle. They have been receiving the congratulations of many friends all week.

September 23, 1893 Page 7
DEADMAN - EAGLE.
Dr. J. F. Deadman and Miss Sophronia Eagle were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon, by the Rev. J. E. Whalen, assisted by the Rev. Thos. R. Easterday, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. Campbell, on Ridge street. Miss Hattie Campbell and Austin Deadman, of Alpena, Mich., brother of the groom acted as attendents…

September 23, 1893 Page 8
PULLER - LINDSAY.
They Were Married Wednesday by the Rev. T. R. Easterday.
James Puller, of Saginaw, and Mrs. Sophis Noite Lindsay of this city, were married at the residence of the Rev. T. R. Easterday, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

September 23, 1893 Page 8
MARRIED IN PENNSYLVANIA.
Popular Billy Condlon Slipped Away and Returned with a Bride.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Condlon arrived in the city Monday from Erie, Pa., where they were united in marriage Thursday of last week. They were serenaded Monday evenign by the Soo City brass band at their home at 161 Spruce avenue. Mr. Condlon is one of the Soo's enterprising, progressive and successful young business men. He is known by everyone and popular with all. Mrs. Condlon, nee Miss Ellen J. Sullivan, is a charming and accomplished lady and by no means a strange here. She is a niece of Sister Sullivan of St. Anne's academy whom she visited last summer. THE NEWS joins with their host of friends in extending best wishes to the happy young couple.

September 23, 1893 Page 8
Miss Fannie Witikowski and J. Kowolski will be united in marriage next Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at St. James church. Both are well known here and are quite prominent in Polish society circles.
September 23, 1893 Page 8
Richard Santimo and Miss Mary Lawson were united in marriage Tuesday. Mr. Santimo was formerly in the life saving service and is now a lock employee. The bride is a most estimable young lady. Both have many friends who tender best wishes.

October 7, 1893 Page 2
Married at the residence of the bride on east Cedar street, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. T. R. Easterday, Charles Henry Kennel and Mrs. Sarah Ann Smith, all of this city.

October 7, 1893 Page 7
Rosedale. (Special Correspondence.)
Our social world was thrown into a state of excitement this week by the sudden news of two marriages in the Dale. Mrs. Angus McDonald a widow, who has been residing on her farm since the death of her former husband, decided to be again bound in matriomony. Whether Mrs. McDonald thought that a man would be handy around the house, or whether she had so many suitors for her hand (and farm) is not learned at present. At any rate she is to be no longer known as Mrs. McDonald, but will be henceforward as Mrs. Jarvis. Of Mr. Jarvis, little is known by either your correspondent or the bride, with whom I had an interview. W. F.McDonald and Miss Mabel McDonald supported the bride and groom. The Rev. C. H. Harger, officiated. Only a few friends were present. Your correspondent joins with their numerous friends in wishing the happy couple health, happiness and all other good things that tend to make this life pleasant.
William Bowden, of Hay Lake, one of our Most enterprizing and prosperous young men suddenly left for Stanwood, Mich., last week and was there united in wedlock to Miss Maggie Keating, niece of Rev. C. H. Harger, of this place. Miss Keating was visiting her uncle here during the winter and spring and while here made the acquaintance of Mr. Bowden. …

October 14, 1893 Page 1
Wm. H. Riley and Miss Mary Langley were married Monday morning. The happy couple departed in the afternoon for Narragansett Pier, R. I. where they will reside.

October 14, 1893 Page 1
C. W. Dunton, formerly of the Soo, was united in marriage with Miss Edith C. Bennett, of Thompson, Mich., Wednesday. The bride is the niece of Judge E. S. B. Sutton, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Dunton will visit Chicago and Minneapolis on their wedding trip. They will reside at Manisteque.

October 14, 1893 Page 4
Pickford?
John Tripp and Miss Nellie Hewer were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony, at the parsongae, by Rev. Purdee, on Friday.

October 14, 1893 Page 4
Pickford?
Robert Stephenson, of Stalward, and Miss Aggie Greer, of Greer settlement, were married in the Soo on Thursday. We wish the happy couple much joy and a prosperous journey through life.

October 21, 1893 Page 12
Miss Mary Martin and Albert Forrest were married this week.

October 21, 1893 Page 12
Miss Mamie Armstrong, formerly a popular young lady of the Soo, and sister of Miss Eliza Armstrong, was married at Hancock last week to Daniel McLeod, a well known citizen of Red Jacket. Mrs. McLeod may take it for granted she has the good wishes and congratulations of her many Soo friends. She will reside in Red Jacket. Mrs. McLeod, visited her mother and sister here this week and returned home Thursday.

October 28, 1893 Page 1
TYMON - LAWRENCE.
A Marriage Happily Consumated Last Wednesday Afternoon.
Mark Tymon and Miss Sarah Lawrence were united in marriage by the Rev. J. E. Whalen, at the residence of the bride's parents, on Spruce avenue, Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. The bride and groom were supported by Ed. Buchanan and Miss Allie Taylor. Among others present were: Mr. and Mrs F. D. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Howie, Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. J. E. Whalen, Mrs. Rupert Rains and J. B. Sweatt. After a sumptous wedding dinner Mr. and Mrs. Tymon departed for Chicago on a bridal tour. Mr. Tymon is well known and popular. Mrs. Tymon is a charming lady and has many friends during her short residence here. THE NEWS unites with their friends in extending best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Tymon.

October 28, 1893 Page 3
Wm. Campbell and Miss Jane Cummings both of Marksville, were married at Peter Wilson's farm house, St. Joseph's Island, on the 18th.

October 28, 1893 Page 12
Edward S. Bice, formerly of the Soo, was married to Miss Marion Sparks, a charming young lady, at Detroit, on Tuesday. Ed. lived here serveral years and has many friends in the Soo. They all wish him joy. He has a responsible in the First National Bank of Marquette.

November 4, 1893 Page 1
An announcement was made this week of the engagement of Miss Kate Leefe, daughter of Capt. And Mrs. J. G. Leefe, of Fort Brady, and A. Manglesdorf, the well known U. S. engineer.

November 4, 1893 Page 1
Fred Torrent, son of John Torrent, who has big saw mills at Muskegon and the Soo, was recently united in marriage with Miss Ella M. Beynon, at Muskegon.

November 4, 1893 Page 1
James Hayden and Miss Mary Fisher, of Strongville, were united in marriage Tuesday.

November 4, 1893 Page 1
James Hill and Miss Mary Watson were united in marriage last week.

November 4, 1893 Page 11
Stalwart (Special Correspondence)
Robt. Stevenson and bride are nicely settled in their new residence on Traverse Creek.

November 11, 1893 Page 1
Mease - McGregor Nuptials.
At 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, at the residence, of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose S. Brown, Miss Ella McGregory and H. B. Mease were joined in wedlock by the Rev. J. E. Whalen, presiding elder of the Methodist Episcopal church. The bride is a well known young lady, and for some months employed as saleslady in J. E. Krafft and Co.'s dry goods house. She made many friends and was very popular. Mr. Mease is engaged in the merchant tailoring business in Duluth and enjoys a large business there. The happy couple departed on the evening train. Tuesday for Duluth, where they they will reside. THE NEWS with others friends extends congratulation.

November 11, 1893 Page 1
A Pleasing Event.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. LeBlanc celebrated the 22nd anniversary of their marriage at their home, the Lake View House, Monday night.…

November 18, 1893 Page 2
Celebrated their Twentieth Anniversay.
Mr. and Mrs. C,. D. Bernier celebrated the twentieth anniversay of their wedding, at their residence, 90 Ridge street, last evening. A large number of friends were in attendance and a most delightful time was had by all. …

November 25, 1893 Page 1
John O'Brien, manager of O'Brien's livery stable, and Miss Jennie House, were married at St. Luke's rectory, Canadian Soo, on Wednesday of this week.

November 25, 1893 Page 8
John Fraser and Miss Amanda Parkinson were united in marriage last week.

December 2, 1893 Page 1
A Double Wedding at Payment.
Clem Sylvester left Thursday for Payment, Sugar Island, to attend the wedding of his sisters Misses Ella and Mary, were married on that day to two brothers named----vel. It might be called a double b----ed double wedding. [paper creased unable to read husbands names]

December 2, 1893 Page 2
It was John Smith who was united in marriage with Miss Chriestina Jane House, last week and not John O'Brien, as ereported.

December 2, 1893 Page 8
Miss Mary Lillie and James Beattie were married at Echo Bay, Ont., on Saturday of last week. Miss Lillie was an employee of the Troy Laundry of this city for the past two years and has many friends here. Mr. Beattie resides at Grand Marais and has the contract for carrying mail from Whitefish Point to Grand Marais.

December 9, 1893 Page 1
Now Is The Time to Marry.
Miss Mary J. McElwain and Charles M. Shannon were united in matrimony Nov. 30th, at the M. E. Parsonage by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, Mr. Thompson says he has a fine assortment of marriage certificate which he will be pleased to present to couple matrimonially inclined.

December 16, 1893 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Morgan well celebrate Christmas and their wedding anniversay together. When Christmas day comes they will have been married fifteen years.

December 16, 1893 Page 7
Mr. Fisher and Mrs Jackson to Wed.
Next Monday evening Miss Annie M. Jackson, daughter of Mrs. Wm. Sirr, will be married to Wm. Fisher.

December 16, 1893 Page 8
Lieut. John Howard, nineteenth infantry will leave Fort Leavenworth about December 20 on a fortnight-leave, during which his marriage to Miss Emily G. Britton, of San Francisco, will take place.

December 30, 1893 Page 10
Alfred Seales and Miss Mary Montney, of Iroquis were united in marriage recently.

December 30, 1893 Page 10
Lieut. John Howard, late of Fort Brady was married in California to Miss Britton last week.

January 6, 1894 Page 1
Albert Curtis and Miss Maggie Gardner, both of Kinross, were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. G. W. Luther, on New Years' Eve.

January 6, 1894 Page 7
Stirlingville (Special Correspondence)
As predicted by us last week, we have the pleasure of announcing the marriage of George Hill and Miss Mary Everleigh. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. W. Holt in the presence of a large number of friends. We extend congratulations.

January 13, 1894 Page 1
The Armstrong - Vichery Nuptials
Miss Eliza J. Armstrong, of this city, and Walter E. Vichery, of Ft. Atkinson, Wis., were united in marriage at 9 o'clock a.m. Thursday morning, Jan. 11, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Armstrong, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson. The bride is a well known and popular young lady. Mr. Vichery is also popular among his many friends here. He has been in the employ of the American Express Co. for several years. The happy couple departed for Milwaukee and other cities on their wedding trip. They will be at home to their many friends in this city after Feb. 1.

January 13, 1884 Page 1
O'Brien - Prime
An Ironwood Wedding in Which the Soo is Interested (Iron News - Record)
One of the prettiest weddings imaginable took place last Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Prime, 202 Suffolk street, when the third daughter of the house, Miss Liva Prime, and mr. Michael O'Brien were married. The gurests commenced to arrive at 6 o'clock, and when at 6:3- o'clock, to the strains of a wedding march, executed by Mrs. C. H. Munger, the bridal party with measured pace slowly passed through the parlours and formed an artistic group before the altar, a company of 70 friends looked on in admiration. Rev. J. W. McCleary, of St. Paul's performed the ceremony - the beautiful Episcopal service. The bride was given away by her father. The groom's best man was Mr. Fred Flattery. P. B. O'Brien, of Detroit and a brother of the groom, acted as a usher. The bridesmaids were the Misses Della and Mina Prime, sisters of the bride. Miss Prime's wedding dress was of duchess brocade satin and train, with pearl passementrie, with the orthadox veil, but no ornaments. The bride carried a prayer book …
The bride and groom, accompanied by P. B. and W. R. O'Brien, brothers of the groom, left on the 9 o'clock train for Sault Ste. Marie, where they will reside …

January 13, 1894 Page 2
William McEveney and Miss Lizzy McGovern were united in marriage at St. Mary's church, at 8 o'clock Monday morning. The Rev. Fr. Donovan officiated, and a goodly number of friends of the contracting parties were presents.

January 13, 1894 Page 7
The Canada Sault
A. McQuarrie, of this place, was united in marriage to Miss Hattie Smith, at the residence of the bride's parents, at Springfield, O., on Friday of last week. Mr. McQuarrie is one of the Canada Sault's most energetic and well known business man. The bride is a charming young lady and will be an inquisition to society here. Mr. and Mrs. McQuarrie arrived home Thursday. THE NEWS extends best wishes.

January 13, 1894 Page 8
James McCarron and Miss Kate McKelvey were united in marriage at St. mary's church Wednesday morning. They will reside in Bruce township.

January 13, 1894 Page 8
Married at St. Mary's church Tuesday last, by Rev. Fr. Donavan, Capt. John Fennessy and Miss Maggie O'Toole. Capt. Fennessy is an employee of Endress Bros. And is well known in the Soo. Miss O'Toole is a most estimable young lady and has resided at the Sherman House for several years.

January 27, 1894 Page 1
IN HOLY BONDS
Marriage of Lawrence Ermatinger and Mrs. C. W. Endress
Lawrence Ermatinger and Mrs. Mary C. Endress were united in marriage Monday morning, at 8 o'clock, at St. Mary's church, by Rev. Father Donovan. Mrs. Endress was attended by Miss Bertha Bernier, and Mr. Ermatinger by his brother Joseph. After the ceremony they drove to the residence of the bride's brother, G. E. Bernier, for breakfast. In the evening a reception was held at the groom's residence on Carrie street. Only near relatives were in attendance.…

January 27, 1894 Page 2
On Wednesday Jan. 24, the Rev. W. J. Morrison and bride, Miss Nettie Hyland, of Marksville, Canada, proceeded on their way to Brant, Mich., their future home, after spending the day with friends in the city.

January 27, 1894 Page 2
D. J. Gallagher and Miss Mary I. Bellefille were married Tuesday.

January 27, 1894 Page 5
Rosedale (Special Correspondence)
After a pleasant drive to see friends in the nieghborhood of Pickford, and the inevitable journey to the Soo, William M. Kierman and Miss H. L. Smith were united in marriage by Rev. J. W. Holt.

February 3, 1894 Page 1
To Be Married Feb. 21.
The marriage of A. Mangelsdorf and Miss Kate Leefe, one of Capt. J. G. Leefe's charming daughters, will be celebrated at St. James' church by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, on Feb. 21.

February 10, 1894 Page 5
Doing's of Drummondites (Special Correspondence)
Dan Miller's wedding dance, which occurred last week, was well attended by all his friends. The refreshments were well patronized. The bride, nee Miss St. Germain, was elegantly attired, the observers of all observers, as she and Handsome Dan led the first dance. Violin, Messrs. Joseph and Alexander LaPoint; organist, Joseph Alexander and Miss Alice M. Church.

February 10, 1894 Page 8
Washington's birthday, a week from next Thursday, is the 17th wedding anniversary of Captain and Mrs. William Putman Spalding.

February 17, 1894 Page 1
A Port Huron Wedding of Interest
Dr. Lucy K. Waterloo, of Port Huron, and Fred Bathey, of the same city, were married Wednesday. Mrs. Bathey is a sister of Mrs. E. Conway and Mrs. F. V. Flower, of this city and formerly lived here. Mr. Bathey was recently appointed immigrant inspector at Port Huron and is a representative in the legislature from the Port Huron district.

February 17, 1894 Page 2
IN HYMEN'S BONDS
Marriage of Miss Agnes Beauchamp and Antoine Beauchamp
Miss Agnes Beauchamp, of this city, and Antoine Beauchamp, of Escanaba, were united in marriage at 8 o'clock Monday morning, Feb. 5, at St. Mary's church, by the Rev. Father Donovan, in the presence of a number of relatives and friends. The bride is a well known and popular young lady. Mr. Beauchamp also has many friends here. After a pleasant drive the party repaired to the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beauchamp, 82 Dawson street, where a repast was prepared. …
The happy couple departed for Escanaba, their future home, accompanied by Mr. and mrs. Richard Beauchamp Feb 6. Their many friends join in wishing them endless happiness.

February 17, 1894 Page 8
A. Mandelsdorf, of the U. S. engineer's corps, and Miss Kate Leefe, eldest daughter of Capt. and Mrs. J.Leefe, of Fort Brady will be united in marriage next Wednesday.

February 24, 1894 Page 1
Will Be Wedded Next Week
Miss Carrie McBride and Wm. Leach of Detroit, will be united in marriage at the prospective bride's home, in the Pease & Lipsett block, next Wednesday evening. The Rev. C. M. Thompson will officiate. Miss McBride is one of the city's most charming young ladies. Mr. Leach is storekeeper for the Hardwood Lumber Company, of Detroit, where the couple will reside.

February 24, 1894 Page 1
The Reach - Eagle Nuptials
Miss Nancy Eagle and William Reich were united in marriage by the Rev. T. R. Easterday at the residence of the bride's father, W. H. Eagle, Wednesday evening.
The contracting parties are well-known young folks, and their many friends wish them an abundance of prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Reich will reside on Court street.

February 24, 1894 Page 1
Join in Holy Wedlock
Mr. H. Mangelsdorf and Miss Kate Leefe were married by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M.A., at the St. James's church, on Sunday, Feb. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Mengelsdorf at once took the train for Chicago. They will be at home to their friends after March 7, at the McKeone apartment house. Mr. Mangelsdorf is a well known member of the U. S. engineer corps. The bride is the charming and accomplished daughter of Capt. And Mrs. J. G. Leefe, of Fort Brady. Their many friends unite in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Mangelsdorf a full measure of happiness.

March 3, 1894 Page 1
IN HYMEN'S BOND
Marriage of W. A. Leach and Miss Carrie L. McBride
W. A. Leech, of Detroit, and Miss Carrie L. McBride were united in marriage last Wednesday, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. L. McBride. The wedding was a private one, only a few intimate friends being present. The principal were supported by C. W. Luck, a cousin of the groom, and Miss Ada McBride, a sister of the bride. The bride is a charming and popular young lady and the groom is manager of the Detroit Hardwood co. Mr. and Mrs. Leech left on the afternoon train Wednesday for Detroit, where they will reside.

March 3, 1894 Page8
Peter Santimo and mrs. Maggie Frichette were united in marriage Monday at St. Mary's church.

March 10, 1894 Page 2
Pine Rest (Special Correspondence)
Miss Maggie J. Mackie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mackie, was married on Monday to Frank McCormick, at the home of the bride's brother, Thomas Mackie, at Duluth. Old friends at the Rest join in wishing the young couple a long and happy life.

March 17, 1894 Page 1
James McNally and Miss Stella Kemp were united in marriage by the Rev. J. C. Carman Wednesday morning. Mr. McNally is a private in Co. D., U.S. army and Miss Kemp is the daughter of Richard Kemp, late of Rosedale.

March 17, 1894 Page 10
Private Updyke, of Ft. Brady, and Miss Carrie Metcalf, were married on Monday by Justice A. R. Macdonnell.

March 24, 1894 Page 2
Isaac Arnold and Mrs. Anna Hennessy were united in marriage by the Rev. C. M. Thompson on Monday evening. Mr. Arnold is a turner in J. B. Sweatt's mill.

March 24, 1894 Page 5
Albert Bierstadt, the famous American landscape parinter, has married Mrs. Mary Stewart, widow of David Stewart and daughter of the late Edward Hicks of Brooklyn.

March 24, 1894 Page 5
The engagement of Minister Louis Therston, Hawaiian representatice at Washington, and Miss Harriet W. Potter, of St. Joseph, Mich., is announced.

March 31, 1894 Page 2
McLay - Trempe Nuptials
Miss Anastasia Trempe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. P. Trempe, of the Fourth ward, and Kenneth McLay also of the Soo, were married Thursday evening by the Rev. T. R. Easterday. They are both well known young folks and their friends wish them much joy. The wedding was attended by a few friends and the relatives. The young couple were the recipient of numerous presents.

March 31, 1894 Page 6
Chow Wee, a Chinaman, and Carrie Walters, an Irish girl, were married at St. Paul Tuesday.

March 31, 1894 Page 6
The engagement of Miss Hattie Blaine to Mr. Truxton Beale, son of the late General Beale, is announced.

March 31, 1894 Page 11
Canadian Sault
Married, by the Rev. E. Duncan, at the residence of E. Noble Wednesday last, Miss Lizzie Hood, first daughter of George Hood, to John Henry Marshall, of Korah Township.

March 31, 1894 Page 12
William Darry and Maggie McLean were married by Justice Warner last night.

April 7, 1894 Page 9
Canadian Sault
Archie Perch and Miss Mary J. Desshfotto, of Quebec, were united in marriage by the Rev. Father Nault. The groom is ason of Joseph Perchie, formerly of Bellevue, Ont. Numerous and costly presents were received by the young couple.

April 14, 1894 Page 1
Will be Wedded Next Wednesday
The wedding of Miss Retta Cameron and Edward Buchanan is announced for Wednesday evening of next week. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. C. M. Thompson of the Central M. E. church, at the home of the prospective bride's parents. Miss Cameron is the leading soprano at the Methodist church, and Mr. Buchanan is employed in the machine shop of Hickler Bros. Both are well known young people and have many friends and acquaintances in the city.

April 14, 1894 Page 1
A Double Wedding
Two of Fort Brady's Soldier boys Takes Life Partners
J. C. Freeman and Miss Bertha Gould, and Henry Bartholomew and Miss Clara Miller, were united in the bonds of matrimony Wednesday at evening, at 122 Easterday avenue. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, of Central M. E. church. The bridesmaid was Miss Lizzie Gould, the sister of the first bride. The groomsman was Horace N. Curd, a comrade of the boys in blue, and a great favorite with all those who became acquainted with him. Miss Bertha Gould was attired in navy blue with a white cashmere waist, with a bouquet of roses and geraniums. Miss Clara Miller was also dressed in navy blue, trimmed with lace, and wore a bouquet similar to the other bride's. The young ladies evidently wished to follow the example of their future companions, for the bridegroom's were in the dress which is an honor to our country, the uniform of the 19th Infantry. Messrs Freeman and Bartholomew are honored members of the Fort Brady troops and their brides are charming and accomplished young ladies. THE NEWS joins with friends in wishing them all a happy and prosperous life.

April 14, 1894 Page 3
Miss Marie Stirling, second daughter of Cammander and Mrs. Yates Stirling of Baltimore, was married to J. Lee Tailer of New York.

April 14, 1894 Page 10
Jas. A. Kettlewell and Mrs. Margaret White, both of this city, were united in marriage at the Baptist parsonage, Friday of last week, by the Rev. J. C. Carman.

April 21, 1894 Page 2
Surprised Their Friends
E. J. Martyn and Miss Minnie Ruehle Quietly Wedded
The friends of E. J. Martyn and Miss Minnie Ruehle were somewhat surprised Wednesday evening at the announcement of their marriage, as their engagement had been kept a secret. The wedding occurred Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Wm. Ruehle, 77 Peck street. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. R. Easterday in the presence of only the relatives. Mr. Martyn is one of the city's prosperous and popular business men. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Wm. Reuhle, one of the Soo's oldest residents, and was born and brought up in this city. She is a charming young lady, is highly cultivated and possessess' many accomplishments. Mr. and Mrs. Martyn will be home after May 15 at No. 77 Peck street. THE NEWS joins with friends in wishing the couple a long and prosperous journey over the matrimonial sea.

April 21, 1894 Page 2
In Hymen's Bonds
Nuptials of Edward Buchanan and Miss Retta Cameron
Wednesday evening Edward Buchanan and Miss Retta Cameron were united in marriage by the Rev. C. M. Thomson. The ceremony occurred at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cameron, 122 Maple street, in the presence of relatives and numerous friends. After the ceremony a bounteous wedding supper was served. A large number of beautiful and costly presents were received. The fact that it was the birthday of the bride's father added not a little to the interest of the occassion. Mr. Buchanan is one of the valued employees of Hickler Bros. And a popular and well respected young man. Mrs. Buchanan is a well known and accomplished young lady. She is the leading Surprano in the Central M. E. church choir. The friends of the happy couple united in best wishes for their happiness and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan at once went to housekeeping on Maple street.

April 21, 1894 Page 10
Angus McCoy and Miss Mary J. Lavine, a well-known young Sugar Island couple, will be married next Monday at Payment.

April 21, 1894 Page 10
James Doran and Mary L. Young, both of this city, were united in matrimony at the M. E. parsonage by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, on Wednesday afternoon.

April 28, 1894 Page 11
Albert G. England and Mrs. Mary J. Sanderson, of Pickford, were united in marriage Tuesday evening, at the Central M. E. parsonage by Rev. C. M. Thompson.

April 28, 1894 Page 11
Angus McCoy and Mary J. Lavine were married at Payment, Sugar Island, on Monday.

May 5, 1894 Page 1
Benjamin Surman and Miss Mary Ann Byers were united in marriage, by the Rev. Crain, at the residence of the bride's parents Wednesday. Both contracting parties are popular young people and have the best wishes of their friends.

May 5, 1894 Page 2
News From Washington
Miss Harriet Blaine was married Monday at Washington to Truxton Beale, ex-minister to Persia.

May 12, 1894 Page 8
Pickford Pointers
Mrs. F. H. Taylor and Mrs. John Henderson will go to Goderich, in June to attend the wedding of Mrs. Taylor's sister, Miss Gertie Salkeld, who will be united in marriage to John Sorby of Grand Rapids, Mich.

May 12, 1894 Page 9
Canadian Sault
Mr. Wright, of Tarentorus township and Miss Minnie Harris, oldest daughter of John Harris, a farmer of Korah township, were united in marriage May 2, at the Michigan Soo, by the Rev. G. W. Luther. They received numerous presents.

May 12, 1894 Page 9
Canadian Sault
W. J. Diedtweiller and Miss Lydia Thompson were united in marriage by the Rev. W. A. Duncan Wednesday evening. The affair was a quiet one and only a few friends were present. Mr. Dietweiller is a head salesman in Pratt & Co.'s store and is a popular and well known youn man. The bride is a sister of Mrs. Lambert, of the Grand View Hotel, and is a young lady of many accomplishments. Mr. and Mrs. Diedtwieller are at home to their friends at the Grand View.

June 2, 1894 Page 1
Miss Minnie Spalding, late of this city, but now a resident of Ishpeming is to be wedded to Dr. George Beach, a prominent physician in this city next fall.

June 2, 1894 Page 8
Torrent's Mill
Geo. Sawyer, of Greenville, and Miss Ruth Mason, of Torrent's Mill, were united in marriage Saturday evening, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

June 2, 1894 Page 8
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
Mrs. F. H. Taylor left for her home in Goderich, Ont. Friday, to attend the wedding of her sister Miss Gertie Salkeld June 6. She took all the children with her.

June 9, 1894 Page 6
A. J. Haskins, editor of the Turtle Mountain (N.D.) Star and Miss Eliza McMillan, were married at Rolla.

June 9, 1894 Page 9
James Obey, of Bay Mills, and Miss Alice Sinclair, of this city, were united in marriage Wednesday, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

June 9, 1894 Page 9
Wm. J. Clifford and Miss Lizzie Haugh, both of this city, were united in marriage Tuesday, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, at the residence of Wm. Telford, on Court street.

June 16, 1894 Page 2
A Cheboygan Wedding of Interest
A. William Zorn and Miss Anna Ashley were united in marriage at Cheboygan last week. Mr. Zain is assistant postmaster in that city and the bride is a popular society lady. Both are well known here and their many friends extend congratulations.

June 16, 1894 Page 7
Drummond (Special Correnspondence)
At the residence of William McAdam, in the township of Drummond, on June 1, 1894, George Foreman and Miss Vanhorn were united in matrimony by the Rev. G. D. Strickland.

June 16, 1894 Page 9
Canadian Sault
N. Simpson, barrister, went down to Toronto last week and is daily expected with a blooming bride They were married on Thursday.

June 16, 1894 Page 9
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnstone arrived home from the Soo Wednesday evening. THE NEWS extends congratulation, and wishes the young couple a happy and prosperous married life-Newberry News.

June 23, 1894 Page 2
The Watson - Sims Wedding
Clark A. Watson, manager of the Island Cedar Co., and Miss Violet E. Sims daughter of Thomas Sims, of Detour, were united in marriage at Detour at 10 o'clock Monday morning, by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M.A., of this city. THE NEWS saw them at the Hotel Cadillac, Detroit, on Wednesday and they looke very happy.

June 23, 1894 Page 2
IN HOLY BONDS
Marriage of Ernest E. Winget and Miss Ethel Scribner
Ernest E. Winget and Miss Ethel Scribner were united in marriage by the Rev. J. C. Van Auken, the groom's brother-in- law, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Morgan, on Court street, Tuesday evening. After the ceremony the principals and gurests adjoined across the street to the residenc of the groom and enjoyed a bounteous supper prepared and served by Mrs. Morgan. The young couple received a large number of choice and valuable presents. Mr. Winget has been a valuable employee of the Troy Landry for a number of years. Mrs. Winget is the daughter of Jas. G. Scribner, who is well known throughout the county. Both Mr. and Mrs. Winget are quite popular and their friends all unite in wishes for their happiness and prosperity.

June 23, 1894 Page 7
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
At the residence of the bride's parents on June 12, David Gibbons and Miss Rosa McAdam were united in the bond of matrimony by the Rev. G. D. Strickland in the presence of the relatives and friends of the bride and groom.

June 23, 1894 Page 9
The Quinn - Fogarty Nuptials
Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, John Quinn and Miss Nellie Fogarty were married by the Rev. Father Donovan at St. Mary's church. The bride was handsomely dressed in cream satin. Miss Aggie Moloney acted as bridsmaid and Angus McDougall as groomsman. Miss Mamie Mahon and Allia Cashen were maids of honor. After the ceremony the couple proceeded to the Hotel Superior and there had breakfast with their near relatives only. At 4 o'clok in the afternoon the couple was escorted to the steamer Alberta, and departd for a wedding tur to Durham, Ont., the bride's former home. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn will be at home after July 2.

June 30, 1894 Page 2
Editor F. L. Baldwin Married
The marriage of Miss S. Ella Sanderson to Francis L. Baldwin, of All Train, who is well known in the Soo, took place this week at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. Sanderson, at Carol, Mich. Mrs. Baldwin is a very talented young lady. She is a graduate of the Ontario Ladies College, Whitby, Ont., and also of Albert college, Belleville, Ont. While Mr. Baldwin is the bright young editor of the Au Train Republican and a rising citizen of the Upper Peninsula. THE NEWS extends its warmest congratulation.

June 30, 1894 Page 2
Frank Ruehle and Miss Lillie O'Brien were united in marriage last Saturday night. They have the best wishes of their friends.

June 30, 1894 Page 2
Peter Nichols and Mrs. Addie Hickie, both of East Saginaw were joined in wedlock by the Rev. C. M. Thomspn, at the Central M. E. Church parsonage, Monday evening. It is said to be a mingvey match. The groom is a gay youth of 53 and his bride a coy widow of 10 years his junoir.

June 30, 1894 Page 8
Emma Juch, the singer, was married Monday to Francis L. Wellman, assistant district attorney of New York.

June 30, 1894 Page 9
William George Pattison and Miss Sophia Wilmott, both of this city, were united in marriage Wednesday of last week, at the Central M. E. church parsonage, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

June 30, 1894 Page 10
It is reported that Miss Cliffie Ross and Wm. Proctor are to be united in marriage tonight.

June 30, 1894 Page 10
James Bassett and Miss Ida D. Morland were married in St. James church Wednesday morning by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M.A.

June 30, 1894 Page 10
Wesley Watchorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Watchorn, was unted in marriage to Miss Annie Armstrong, of Toronto, Ont. recently.

June 30, 1894 Page 10
Robert Arthur Thompson and Miss Daisy Baxter, both of the Soo, were united in marriage Wednesday by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

July 7, 1894 Page 2
The Morrison - Rains Wedding
Lauchlin P. Morrison and Miss Flo Rains were united in marriage by the Rev. P. T. Rowe, M. A. At the residence of John Hotton, at 9 o'clock Sunday morning. The ceremony was a quiet one, only the immediate relatives being present. The bride is a charming and accomplished young lady. She was born in this city. Mr. Morrison is connected with the staff in the U.S. engineers office here and is a promising and popular young man. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison departd on the C.P.R. steamer Athabasca Sunday afternoon for an extended honeymoon trip through Canada.

July 7, 1894 Page 6
Sugar Island (Special Correspondence)
Wesley Biggers and Miss Kate Parks were united in marriage on Friday of last week by Justice McKinney. The happy couple have the best wishes of their friends.

July 14, 1894 Page 8
Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace Dunjam, who got a divorce from ex- congress man r. W. Dunham of Chicago was married July 5 to Major A. W. Allyn of Chicago. The wedding took place in the bride's house at Sioux Falls, Bishop Marty officiating.

July 14, 1894 Page 10
Miss Josie La Plice and J. H. Riley were united in marriage by Justice A. R. Macdonnell on Friday night of last week.

July 14, 1894 Page 10
Louie Johannson and Miss Edla Duhland, were united in holy matrimony at St. James' church, last Saturday, by the Rector, Rev. P. T. Rowe, M. A.

July 21, 1894 Page 1
Charles Brown and Miss Mary McLennan, of the Soo, were united in marriage Thursday of last week by the Rev. G. W. Luther. Mr Brown is an employee of the Torrent saw mill and set up the cigars to the boys the next day with a lavish hand. The bride is a charming young lady.

July 21, 1894 Page 1
The Bolender - Klett Wedding
E. Frank Bolender and Miss Grace B. Klett were united in marriage at the residence of Mrs. Jessie B. Comb, by the Rev. Thos. R. Easterday, at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. The groom is a well known tonsorial artist, who has been in the employ of Jas. Parker for two years. The bride is from Canton, O., and is a charming and estimable young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Blender have gone to housekeeping in rooms in the Pease & Lipsett block. THE NEWS joins with friends in wishing the young couple plenty of unalloyed happiness.

July 21, 1894 Page 1
The Rev. Carman Will Be Wedded
The Rev. J. C. Carman, of the Baptist Tabernacle, left Thursday on the Manitou for a vacation. The will first go to Ohio, and in a couple of weeks will be united in marriage with a charming young lady. He and his bride will go th the Traverse Bay region to spend their honeymoon, and will afterward come to the Soo to reside. During the Rev. Carman's absence the Tabernacle pulpit will be filled by the Rev. A. H. Beave, of Saginaw, who arrived on the North West Thursday.

July 28, 1894 Page 1
A Pretty Home Wedding
Marriage of Elmer O. Troeger and Miss Eva B. Sweatt Tuesday
Miss Eva R. Sweatt, of this city and Elmer O. Troeger, of Hinsdale, Ill., were united in marriage last Wednesday. The wedding ceremony was performed in the afternoon at the sweatt residence on Portage avenue, in the presence of immediate relatives and a few intimate friends of the family. …
First came the bridesmaid Miss Elsie Sweatt, sister of the bride, who wore a pretty gown of white and carried La france roses. The bridegroom. O. E. Troeger, followed accompanied by his bestman, Geor. Troeger, his brother, of Garner, Iowa. Last came the bride, Miss Sweatt, escorted by her father, J. B. Sweatt, who gave her away in marriage. The procession passed through the hall to the fromt parlor, where the ceremony was impresively perfromed by the Rev. T. R. Easterday. … Mr. and Mrs. Troeger left on the 5 o'clock train Tuesday afternoon, under a shower of rice and best wishes, for a northern trip before going to Hinsdale, where they will be at home after Sept. 5.

July 28, 1894 Page 1
IN HYMEN'S HALTER
Nuptials of Charles Y. Dixon and Miss Minnie McIntosh
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McIntosh, t0 Myers street, at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, their daughter, Miss Minnie McIntosh, was united in marriage to Charles Young Dixon, by the Rev. J. E. Whalen, presiding elder of the Methodist Episcopal church. The bride was attired in a cream silk dress, surplice at the waist and trimmed with white lace, and carried a bouquet of white roses. She was attended by Miss Maud Eckhardt, who wore a gown of cream cheellis, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. The groom and Benno Bhnert, the groomsman, apeared in conventional black. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served and Mr. and Mrs Dixon left on the Mnitou for a wedding trip to Chicago and Niles, Mish. The later city is the home of the groom.… Mr. and Mrs. Dixon will be at home after August 7 at 50 Myra street.

August 4, 1894 Page 1
The Allport - Baker Wedding
J. S. Allport, of Bay Mills, and Mrs. May C. Baker, of this city, were united in marriage, Thursday morning, at the residence of the later, in the Greely block, by the Rev. F. Bagnall. Mr. and Mrs. Allpot left that afternoon for a wedding trip to Mackinac Island and other places, after which they will reside at Bay Miss. Mr. Allport is the master mechanic for the Hall & Munson Co. Mrs. Allport is a well known and highly respected lady. Their friends join in best wishes.

August 4, 1894 Page 3
Miss Rebekah Maxwell and George Headley were united in marriage by the Rev. G. W. Luther Wednesday night.

August 11, 1894 Page 11
George W. Gurnett and Miss Amelia cole, of Canada, were united marriage at the M. E. Parsonage by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, yesterday morning.

August 18, 1894 Page 9
The Edwards - McDonald Wedding
Miss Eliza McDonald and Peter Edwards were united in marriage at the residence of the bride's father, Alex McDonald, at 8:30 o'clock Monday night. The Rev. T. R. Eastday officiated. Miss Belle McDonald acted as bridesmaid. The groom was attended by his brother, Joseph Edwards, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will be at home to friends after Sept 1.

August 25, 1894 Page 2
James Ford and Miss Mary Campbell of this city were united in marriage Monday morning at St. James church by the Rev. Father Donovan.

September 1, 1894 Page 1
CUPID IS ACTIVE …
A quiet wedding took place Wednesday mornng at St. Mary's church where Miss Sadie Grady, of Grand Rapids, and Edward J. O'Donnell, of the same city, were united in marriage. Rev. Father Donovan officiated. After the ceremony the bridal party was driven to L. J. Coy's residenc, where a delicious wedding breakfast was served. Miss Grady hs been the guest of Mrs. Cody for a few weeks and has many friends in the city. She is the accomplished daughter of Mrs. John Grady, one of Grand Rapids wealthiest residents Mr. O'Donnell is a successful young business man and holds a fine position with the G.R. & I. R.R. Co. In Grand Rapids . Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell took the Faxton for Mackinac Island and expect to be in Grand Rapids September 10. The young couple have a host of friends who join in wishing them a happy voyage on the matrimonial sea.

September 1, 1894 Page 1
The marriage of William K. Parsille, of Bay Mills, and Miss May McBride, of this city, will be celebrated at the residence of Miss McBride's sister, Mrs. Wm. Leach, of Detroit Wednesday of next week. After the ceremony the young couple expect to take a ten-days' eastern trip, after which they will return to Bay Mills, where they will reside.

September 1, 1894 Page 1
Samuel W. Pickford was united in marriage with Miss Kate Sparrow in Toronto, Thursday. After a homeymoon of three weeks they will return to the Soo, where they will be at home to their friends after September 20. Mr. Pickford is the junior member of the firm of C. W. Pickford & Son, day goods merchant. He is a young man of promise and has thorough business qualifications. The bride is the daughter of W. H. Sparrow, a wealthy and well known Toronto merchant. Mr. Pickford has leased one of the Jackson cottages, where he and the bride will reside They will receive a warm welcome and THE NEWS joins with Mr. and Mrs. Pickford's friends in heartfelt congratulations.

September 1, 1894 Page 1
John Irwin and Miss Kate Comb were joined in wedlock at 8:30 o'clock Thursday night, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jessie O. Comb, on Dawson street, by the Rev. T. R. Easterday. Byron Campbell acted as bestman, and Miss Jennie Ritchie as bridesmaid. Only the immediate relatives and a few friends were present. Mr. Irwin is a well known contractor and builder, and his bride is a young lady of many accomplishments. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin expect to reside with Mrs. Comb until Mr. Irwins's fine new residence is completed.

September 1, 1894 Page 1
George Freeborn and Miss Maggie Follis were united in marriage Wednesday night. Both parties are well known and popular. THE NEWS extends congratulations.

September 1, 1894 Page 1
Thos. E. King and Amanda Dean will be united in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents next Wednesday evening.

September 1, 1894 Page 4
The State of Superior
Editor J. B. Knight of the Norway Current, also mineral statistician of Michigan, was recently married at Minneaplois to Mrs. Martha Carpenter. Here's conratulations Jim.

September 8, 1894 Page 1
Trio of Weddings
Well Known Young People Joined in Holy Bonds This Week
Thos. E. King and Miss Amanda Dean were united in marriage Wednesday evening, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. C.M.Thompson. Only the relatives and a few friends were in attendance. Many handsome and useful presents were received. One of the presents received was a bible printed in 1775, a heir loom of the King family. Mr. King has been employed by Geo. E. Bernier for seven years and is a well known young man. The bride is a charming and accomplished young lady. Mr. and Mrs. King will reside on Portage avenue east. …
Monday Night at the Presbyterian parsonage occurred the nuptials of Henry Barton and Miss Maggie McEdward. No guests were in attendance. John Barton, brother of the groom, acted as best man, and Miss Annie Mackie as bridesmaid. After the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. G.W.Luther, the young couple took passage on the Cambria for Meaford, Not., where they will honeymoon. On their return home Mr. and mrs. Barton will occupy A.B.Cracknell's cozy cottage on Ann Street. Both have many friends in the city. The bride is a most estimable young lady, a member of the Presbyterian church and prominently identified with church work. The groom a painter in the employe of A.B.Cracknell and is a steady and reliable young man. A host of friends wish them bon voyage over the matrimonial sea.
The marriage ceremony of W. K.Parsille, of Bay Mills, and Miss May McBride, of this city, was solemized at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. Wm. Leach, at Detroit, Wednesday avening. After a two week's trip the young couple will return to Bay Mills, their future home. Both have a wife circle of friends and acquaintances who wish them prosperity.

September 8, 1894 Page 9
The genial Boniface at Algoma Mills, Mr. Richard Gacklin has been and gone and done it tot he surpise and delight of all his friends. He was married last week to Miss Thomas, a sister of his brother-in-law, well known as a conductor on the C.P.R. between Sudbury and Chalk River. Dick is away on the "grand tour" during which he will take in the Toronto exhibition.

September 15, 1894 Page8
FORT BRADY BUDGET
Corp. Paul E. Guyot, provost serveant, Co. D 19th infantry, and Miss Belle Nathews were united in marriage Monday of last week. Justice A. R. Macdonnell tiedthe knot. Corporal Guyot and his bride will live for the present with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nathews.

September 15, 1894 Page 10
Dr. Geo. D. Beech and Miss Mary C. Spalding, were united in marriage Wednesday morning, Sept. 5, at Ishpeming, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Charles T. Fairairn. The bride is a sister of C. H. Spalding and a niece of Capt. and Mrs. W. P. Spalding, of this city, and formerly resided here.

September 22, 1894 Page 9
CANADAIAN SAULT
John Collins, of this town, and Miss Mary Letcher, of the Michigan Soo, daughter of Capt. And Miss Henry Letcher, were united in marriage by the Rev. Fr. Nault Wednesday night. Adam Haller, of Michigan Soo, and Miss Mary Linke acted as best man and bridesmaid respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Collins are now at home to their friends in their fine new residence.

September 29, 1894 Page 1
WILL BE WEDDED
Prospective Nuptials of Adam Haller and Miss Mary A. Linke
J. Adam Haller and Miss mary A. Linke will be united in marriage at St. Mary's church, at 8 o'clock next Monday morning, by the Rev. Fr. Donovan, S. J. Mis Matilda Linke sister of the bride, will be bridesmaid and Augustus Supe will be groomsman. The prospecive bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Linke, old and highly respected residents, and is one of the Soo's accomplished and charming young ladies. Adam Haller has lived in the city for years and has been employed by his brother, J.P.Haller, during his residence here. He is quite popular. After the ceremony the young couple expect to leave on a 10-days' wedding trip to Detroit, Bay City and Mt. Clemens. Where they will reside after their return has not been decided upon as yet.

September 29, 1894 Page 2
The Tate - Mitten Nuptials
Edward Tate and Miss Amelia Mitten were united in marrage at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Bitting, by the Rev. Bitting, Wednesday evening, September 12. The affair was a surprise to the friends of the contracting parties. It was only made public a few days ago. Mr. Tate is one of the city's leading photographers and is an old Soo boy. The bride is the daughter of J. R. Mitten, a Chippewa county farmer, and is a charming young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Tate will reside with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Tate for the present.


October 6, 1894 Page 2
The Haller - Linke Wedding
Adam Haller and Miss Mary A. Linke were united in marriage early Monday morning. By the Rev. Father. D. Donovan, at St. Mary's church. The groom was supported by Gus Supe, and the bride by her sister, Miss Matilda Linke. The young couple left on the Minnie M. The same morning, for a wedding trip to Detroit and Mt. Clemens. Mr. Halled is one of the Soo's enterprising and popular young men. Mrs. Haller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.J.Linke, and is an accomplished young lady.

October 6, 1894 Page 2
Tuesday evening Ed. Campbell and Miss Rachael TenEycke were united in marriage by the Rev. G.W.Luther, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C.TenEycke. Mr. Campbell is a well and favorably known young man and the bride is an accomplished young lady.

October 6, 1894 Page 3
Their Wooden Wedding
Dr. and Mrs. B.D.Harison will celebrate the fifth anniversary of their marriage next Tuesday evening, at their rooms in the McKeone apartment house. Their will be dancing and carks. Neat birchbark invitations to the affair have been issued.

October 13, 1894 Page 4
Donaldson (Special Correspondence)
Miss Bella, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. David Lyall, was married to F. McKenzie, at Donaldson, Wednesday of last week. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J.A.McAlmont. Both were well known and popular. We wish them much joy.

October 13, 1894 Page 9
CANADIAN SAULT
The Methodist church was crowded Thursday evening to witness the marriage of R. Birns of the west end with Miss Jane, youngest daughter of Edward Biggings, of the Pioneer. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Manning, and after the event there was a supper given to a large number of friends at Mr. Bigging's residence. It is understood the happy couple intend making an early visit to the groom's friends in Scotland.

October 20, 1894 Page 2
Henry Jenkins, of the Canadian Soo and Miss Barbara Brownleaf, were married by the Rev. T.R. Easterday, at his residence, Tuesday evening.

October 20, 1894 Page 12
Harper - Welsh Wedding
Wm. Harper and Miss Hannah Welsh, of Dafter, were united in matrimony by the Rev. C.M. Thompson, at the residence of the bride's parents in Stevensburg, last Wednesday evening. A large company of friends attended, and presents of a useful and ornamental character were numerous. THE NEWS wishes the happy pair a long life and a happy one. …

October 22, 1894 Page 2
The Secret Marriage of J.H. More and Miss Roxie Trempe
A sensation was created this week in the Soo by the announcement that two well known and popular young people had been secretly married nearly three months ago. The principals in the romantic event are John H. More and Miss Roxie Tremp. The young couple kept their secret well for a long time. But it finally leaked out through some thoughtless word. Friends set to work to investigate and soon ascertained the truth. In response to inquires Miss Marie Trempe obtained this week from Windsor, Ont., a copy of the marriage certificate, which set all doubts at rest.
This copy reads as follows:
Married-On the 6th day of August in All Saint's church, at Windsor, Ont. by Canon Hincks, Miss Roxie Trempe and John H. More, both of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, USA.
The bride is a young lady, who comes from one of the oldest and most highly respected families in the Soo. She is a daughter of the late Louis P. Trempe, and is an accomplished and charming young lady. Everybody knows good natured Justice John H. More, who had lived in the Soo for four or five years. THE NEWS joins with their large circle of friends in extending best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. John H. More.

November 3, 1894 Page 3
Another write up of Wm Harpe and Miss Annie Welsh Wedding

November 3, 1894 Page 8
Rosedale (Special Correspondence)
During the busy months of the past, when every one seemed intent with their work, Cupid also as busy ensnarling Mrs. Allan and John Fox into his net and has succeeded in having them joined in the bonds of matrimony. Mr. and Mrs. Fox are both highly respected citizens of this place and all join in well wishes for the happy couple.

November 10, 1894 Page 5
Alex. Fluette and Miss Sarah Boucher were married at Bay Mills. Rev. John McGregor officiated.

November 10, 1894 Page 8
Canadian Sault
The marriage of Sidney Penarwood and Miss Jennie McLeod was celebrated at St. Luke's church Wednesday night. The Rev. Mr. Renison officiated. Miss Sarah Pim was the bridesmaid and Frank Penharwood acted as best man.

November 10, 1894 Page 11
On Thursday evening, at the residence of, and by the Rev. T.R. Easterday, Chas. Barnes and Miss Mina Johnston, both of this city, were united in marriage.

November 17, 1894 Page 3
Kinross (Special Correspondence)
Mr. and Mrs Charles Van De Vord, of the Soo, who were married there Wednesday, made their wedding trip to Kinross and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reech. They moved on Mr. Reich's farm where they will reside for the winter.

November 17, 1894 Page 3
Hay Lake (Special Correspondence)
Mrs. Martha Allan and John Fox were united in marriage last Saturday by the Rev. Mr. Hutt.

November 24, 1894 Page 9
Geo. A. Boyd, of the Canadian Soo, and Miss Ella M. Ripley will be married next Wednesday evening at the residence of the prospective bride's parents, in this city.
December 1, 1894 Page 2
Boyd - Ripley Nuptials
Two Well Known Young People Joine in Wedlock
Miss Ella M. Ripley, of this city, and George A. Boyd, of the Canadian Soo, were united in marriage at the bride's home on Ridge street Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, by the Rev. T.R. Easterday, assisted by the Rev. Frederick Bagnall, in the presence of a large number of friends. Miss Evelyn Hamilton, of Newberry, was the bridesmaid, and H. Delayne, of the Canadian Soo, acted as best man. The house was tastily decorated and music was furnished by Prof. Laugier's orchestra. The bride is the daughter of Capt. And Mrs. Chas. Ripley and has lived in the Soo all her life. She is a young lady of refinement and accomplishment. Mr. Boyd is an employee of his uncle in the Pacific Hotel, in the Canadian Soo, and is a popular young man. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd departed Thursday morning's train for a short visit with Mr. Boyd's parents at Thessalon, after which they will make an extended eastern trip and be at home to their friends in the Canadian Soo after January 1.

December 1, 1894 Page 2
A Wedding of Local Interest
Miss Lillian M. Jenne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jenne, who formerly lived in the Soo, was united in marriage Nov. 21, at Eaton Rapids. This is what the Eaton Rapids Herald of Nov. 22 says of the affair.
It is a pleasure to announce to our readers this week the wedding of two of Eaton Rapid's highly esteemed young people. The bride is the daughter of L.D. Jennie, the agricultural implement dealer and alderman of the second ward of this city, and the groom, Mr. Smith is a trusted and faithful employee at the Michigan Central railroad depot at this station. The wedding was strictly a quiet home affair, only a very few intimate friends and relatives being present. All who know Mr. and Mrs Smith will wish them much happiness in life together. The Herald extendes congratulation.

December 1, 1894 Page 2
At St. James rectory, on Thanksgiven day, Levi Mattson and Mrs. Katherina Mustonen, were united in holy matrimony by the Rev. P.T.Rowe, M.D.

December 1, 1894 Page 5
Dafter (Special Correspondence)
On Wednesday, Nov. 21, at the residence of the bride's parents, John Fagan and Miss Alice Hillier were united in marriage by the Rev. McCalmont. Miss Carrie Rye acted as bridesmaid and andy Hillier as best man. About fifty friends and relatives were present and many costly and valuable presents were received.

December 1, 1894 Page 5
Alexanderville (Special Correspondence)
H. F. Hughes and Miss Rebecca Tregenza were united in marriage Wednesday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H.G.Jones, by the Rev. J.C. Carman.

December 15, 1894 Page 1
Geo. Mackie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mackie, who live near the Soo, was united in marriage with Miss Lena Overman on Nov. 27, at Duluth.

December 29, 1894 Page 1
Harry W. Clarke Will Wed.
Harry W. Clarke, cashier of the Manistque bank and Miss Evelyn McCorquodale will be married next Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. McCorquodale, No. 362 Adelaide street, Toront. He is making a mark for himself in the business world. The bride is a charming and popular young lady. THE NEWS extends them the compliments of the season and wishes them much joy.

December 29, 1894 Page 7
Bay Mills (Special Correspondence)
At the residence of the bride's parents, in Superior, Dec. 25, 1894, Thos. J. Bride and Miss Rachael Curry, both of Superior, were united in marriage by the Rev. W.E.Brown. The groom was assisted by his brother, George Bridge, of Bay Mills, and the bride by Miss Mae Gowan, of Sault Ste. Marie. The groom is an excellant young man and has a host of friends.. The brid is an estimable young lady and is very popular wherever she is known. The happy couple have the best wishes of their many friends.

December 29, 1894 Page 8
Miss Empson Married This Week
The Rev. and Mrs. G.C.Empson desire the present of all friends at the marriage of their daughter, Hilda, to Alfred M. Smith, Thursday Dec. 27, 1894, at 3 o'clock p.m. in the Congregational church. Reception in the parsonage immediately after the ceremony. At home after Jan 31. No cards.

January 5, 1895 Page 1
The Follis-Everett Wedding
Robert Follis and Miss Eleanor Everett were united in Marriage, by Rev. G. Luther, at the residence of the bride's parents, on New Year's evening. Miss Kate Ross acted as bridesmaid and Wm. Follis as groomsman. Both Mr. and Mrs. Follis are well known and popular young people and their many friends join in extending their best wishes.

January 5, 1895 Page 2
Smith-Empson Nuptials
A Gladstone Wedding of Special Local Interest
One of the most pleasant weddings that ever occurred in Gladstone, was that of A.P. Smith and Miss Hilda Empson, which occurred Thursday afternoon of last week in the Congregational church in the Soo. Miss Guillie Empsom, of this city, and Miss Ethelwun Empson, were the bridesmaids, both being sisters of the bride. The groom was supported by Messrs. O.S.Mertz, of Gladstone and Raymond Empson, of Detriot, the latter a brother of the bride. The happy couple received many beautiful presents from friends at the Soo and elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are spending their honeymoon in Chicago and the east.

January 5, 1895 Page 2
Harry W. Clark, of Manistique, and Miss Evelyn McCorquodale were united in mattiage at the residence of the brides parents in Toronto Wednesday night. The News extends congratulations.

January 12, 1895 Page 6
Neebish (Special Correspondence)
We had two weddings just before Christmas, P. McDonald and John Delayer were married to the two Misses Coulson. Two more marriages are expected to come off in the near future.

January 19, 1895 Page 1
Their China Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sweet Celebrate Their 20th Marriage Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sweet celebrated their china wedding at their home at the head of Canal street Monday night. A large number of friends were present …

January 19, 1895 Page 1
Married on Monday, Jan 7, by Justice Rutherford, Mr. Felix Paquin to Miss Susan Duquette, of the Soo-- St. Ignace Enterprise.

January 19, 1895 Page 1
The twelfth wedding anniversary of Postmaster and Mrs. Jas. Ryan occurred Wednesday. It was celebrated at their residence by a quiet family gathering curing the evening.

January 19, 1895 Page 2
A Pretty Home Wedding
That of Miss Evelyn McCorquodale and Harry W. Clarke, at Toronto
In the Toronto Saturday Night, of Jan 5, appeared the following notice of the recent marriage there of Miss Evelyn McCorquodale and Harry W. Clarke.
A pretty home wedding took place on Wednesday evening at residence of Mr. Graham H. Macpherson, 326 Adelaide street west, when Miss Evelyn Shanly McCorquodale became Mrs. Harry Williams Clarke. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Williams of St. John's church, and was witnessed by a pleasant party of relatives and friends. Miss McCorquodale wore a simple wedding gown of white silk, and her bridesmaid Miss Cassie Richardson, of Chatham, was in deep pink faille with points of antique lace. Fine Miss Edith Macpherson was in white crepe with huglesleeves of white India silk, and acted as maid of honor. Capt. McCorquodale, father of the bride, gave her away, and Dr. Sinclair, T.G.H. acted as best man. The guests and bridal party partook of a dainty supper, after which Mr. and Mrs. Clarke left for their home in Manistique.…

January 19, 1895 Page 8
Dr. Geo. M. Ross and Miss Winnie Scribner were recently married and are now living at Superior, Wis.

January 26, 1895 Page 8
James Wilson, of Pickford, and Mrs. Delphyna Sabin, of the Soo, were united in marriage, Jan. 17, at the M E parsonage by Rev. C.M. Thompson.

January 26, 1895 Page 8
Bay Mills (Special Correspondence)
Jas. Allport was married in Mount Clemens Jan 15 to Miss Pelter, of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Allport expect to visit Detroit and Windsor and will then come to Bay Mills. We wish them success in their journey through life.

January 26, 1895 Page 8
Bay Mills
Mr. and Mrs. Poultney invited a few of their friends to take tea with them Sunday evening. That day was the eight anniversary of their marriage.

February 2, 1895 Page 2
On the Matrimonial Sea
The Rev. P. T. Rowe united two couples in marriage Monday afternoon, at the rectory of St. James church. Those who were made happy mariners on the matrimonial sea were: Angus Cameron and Miss Mary E. Lane: Alex McPherson and Miss Florence E. Manning.

February 9, 1895 Page 4
Nebish Nuggets (Special Correspondence)
Wh had another wedding Jan 28, Mr. and Mrs. Heman Miller were re-married by the priest and several children were baptized.

February 23, 1895 Page 2
B. Rohnert departed Tuesday morning for Milwaukee, to attend the marriage ceremony of his brother, Morse Rohnert of Detroit, and Miss Emma Uiblein, of Milwaudee. Morse Rohnert is on of the Detroit's popular young republican politicians and his bride is the daughter of Henry Uihlein, of the Schlilz Brewing Co.

March 2, 1895 Page 8
Today is the eight anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gruendler.

March 9, 1895 Page 1
Soo Social Doings
Trio of Weddings Occur
There could not have been a lovelier wedding then that which occurred at the Central Methodist Episcopal church last Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, when Miss Mina Clarke and Norman Lestil Martin met at the altar. The very important words which merged two lives into one were spoken by the Rev. C.M. Thompson pastor of the church, assisted by Rev. J. E. Whalen presiding elder. Mendelsohn's wedding march was played by Mrs. J. E. Whalen. The bride was attired in a handsome tailor made traveling suit of pearl gray and carried a beautiful bouquet of white carnations. The bridesmaid, Miss Ann Riordan, was likewise attired in a tailor-made gown of dark gray and carried a bouquet of pink and garnet carnations. The wedding was a public one. No formal invitations were issued. The high esteem in which the happy couple are held was shown by the large audience that assembled to witness the ceremony. … Mr. and Mrs. Martin were tendered a reception, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James W. McTavish of whom the bride is a sister …

March 9, 1895 Page 1
Shunk - Bishop
Jacob Shunk and Miss Gussie Bishop were united in matrimony on Wednesday, March 6th, at 4 o'clock p.m. at the residence of the groom's father, William Shunk, the marriage service of the Episcopal church being read by the rector, the Rev. P. T. Rowe M.A. The bride and groom were supported by Miss Tillie Shunk and P. Shephard. …

The Richard - Johnston Nuptials
Alfred A. Richards and Miss Lydia P. Johnston were quietly united in marriage, at the Central Methodist parsonage, Monday night by the Rev. C. M. Thompson. Both the contracting parties are well and favourably known to everybody. …

March 16, 1895 Page 2
Returned With a Bride
R. S. Welsh, of Dafter, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Welsh was on his way home from Edinburg, Miss., where he had been teaching school for several months. On his way home he stopped for a day at Lansing, where he wedded Miss Nellie Gongwer, of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Welsh spent a day here and left Thursday for Dafter where they will reside.

March 16, 1895 Page 10
Samuel Preslan and Miss Jennie Eagle of Soo Township, were married Wednesday at Wm. Eagle's, by the Rev. T. R. Easterday.

March 23, 1895 Page 1
A Double Wedding
The Rev. C.M. Thompson united two couples in the bonds of matrimony at the M.E. parsonage Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The happy persons were Samuel Parker and Louise Brindley, and Edward A. Cowan and Sarah Fletcher, all of this county.

March 23, 1895 Page 10
Ed. J. Goulding was married in Detroit last week. Mr. Goulding is well known here.

March 23, 1895 Page 10
Thos. Eray and Miss Mina Tripp, of Stalwart, were married Monday evening at to M.E. parsonage by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

March 23, 1895 Page 10
A marriage license was issued yesterday by Deputy County clerk Jean Webster to Louis Massay, aged 62 years, and Mrs. Mary L. Johnston aged 35 years. Mr. Massay is better known as the "Frenchy Doctor."

March 30, 1895 Page 8
Wednesday evening at the residence of William Eagle, on South Grand avenue, David Eagle and Eliza J. House, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. House, were married by Rev. T.R. Easterday. Mr. and Mrs. Eagle will remain at the old homestead, Mr. Eagle being the last to wed of a large family.

April 20, 1895 Page 10
Frederick E. Dunbar to Wed
Friends of Frederick E. Dunbar, cousin of H. T. Dunbarr, of this city and a member of the firm of Dunbar & Sullivan, received the announcement of his marriage to Miss Blanche Wales, which happy event will occur next Wednesday at Stoughton, Mass., where the young couple will be at home to their friends after July 10. Soo friends tender feicitations.

Apri 27, 1895 Page 10
Stephen Hines and Miss Mary Glacken will be united in marriage next month.

May 4, 1895 Page 2
Stephen A. Hines and Miss Mary Glacken were united in marriage at St. Mary's church at 6 o'clock Monday morning. The Rev. Fr. D. Donovan officiated.

April 13, 1895 Page 1
Freeman W. Stowe and Miss Cillia A. Cheseboro, both of Minneapolis, were married by the Rev. T. R. Easterday, at his residence, Wednesday afternoon. The happy couple left for the west on the evening train.

April 13, 1895 Page 7
Thomas Montgomery, of this city, and Miss Ella E. Botting, of Bay Mills, were married by the Rev. J. C. Carman, at the Baptiste parsonage, April 2. After the ceremony the happy couple were driven to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McFarlane, Sugar Island, where they were tendered a warm reception. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery will reside at Bay Mills.

April 13, 1895 Page 9
Bay Mills (Special Correspondence)
Thomas Montgomery and Miss Nellie Botting were united in marriage at the Soo on April 2d. …

April 13, 1895 Page 9
Phillip Botting was recently united in marriage to Miss Minnie Saunders of Westport, Canada, and returne to Bay Mills, where they intend to live in the future. We wish the young couple success.

May 18, 1895 Page 1
Alex. P. Stewart, of Cheboygan, and Miss Victoria May Harkness, of Sault Ste. Marie, were married at the Presbyterian church parsonage by the Rev. C. P. Bates, May 10.

May 25, 1895 Page 11
Rudyard (Special Correspondence)
Last Wednesday evening at the home of H. H. Wyatt occurred the marriage of Walter Cottle to Miss Minnie Jacobson, two of Rudyard's most popular people. It was a very quiet affair. Those present besides the family of Mr. Wyatt were: Mr. and Mrs. N.B.Sprague and A. F. McKellar. The yougn couple have the best wishes of a large cirlce of friends. Squire Glendinning tied the knot like an old veteran.

June 1, 1895 Page 12
Wm. M. Miller, of Orillia, Ont., and Miss Rhoda A. Rowe, of Little Current, Ont. Were united in marriage at the M.E. parsonage, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, last Saturday evening.

June 1, 1895 Page 12
Wm. Londry, of the Canadian Soo, and Miss Minnie Eagle were united in marriage last Wednesday at the residence of A. T. Eagle on the Hay Lake road. The Rev. J. E. Whalen officiated.

June 8, 1895 Page 1
An approaching Marriage
Alex McDonald and Miss Anna Turner Will Be Wedded Monday
The marriage of Miss Anna Turner and Alex McDonald is announced for next Monday night at 8 o'clock. The ceremony will be performed at St. James' church, and the Rev. P.T.Rowe, M.A. will officiate. Miss Maggie Lemon will act as bridesmaid and the groom will by attended by Chas. Vogel. Miss Turner is one of the Soo's fairest and most highly accomplished daughters.… The couple will reside with the prospective bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Turner, on Williams street.

June 8, 1895 Page 4
Canadian Sault
Charles Rooney was united in the holy bonds of matrimony on Monday to Miss Sarah McDonald, formerly of Glengarry, Ont. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. Primeau, S.J., rector of the church of Sacred Heart. The church was filled with the many friends and acquaintances of the happy couple.

June 8, 1895 Page 11
Norman S. Pace, of Bruce Mines, and Miss M. Louise Ros, of this city, were married Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. The Rev. C. P. Bates performed the ceremony.

June 8, 1895 Page 12
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Burdick will give a dancing party at the boat club hall next Tuesday evening to commemorate their fifth wedding anniversay.

June 15, 1895 Page 1
Engagement Announced
The engagement of Miss Marie Sophia Trempe and Capt. A. McC. Guard is announced. Miss Trempe is one of the Soo's fairest daughters and Capt. Guard is a popular officer at Fort Brady.

June 15, 1895 Page 2
Private F. Durkee, Co. P., Nineteenth Infantry, Fort Brady, and Miss Verna E. Phillips were married Monday evening at the residence of Mrs. Fred Bernier, Amanda street. The Rev. C. M. Thompson performed the ceremony.

June 15, 1895 Page 12
In Hymen's Halter
Nuptials of Alex. McDonald and Miss Anna E. Turner
The marriage ceremony of Alex. McDonald and Miss Anna E. Turner was celebrated a St. James church at 8 o'clock Monday evening. The Rev. P. T. Rowe officiated. Miss Maggie Lemon acted as bridesmaid and Charles Vogel was groomsman. Miss Turner was attired in a travelling suit of light blue green with navy blue trimmings and cream insertions. She carried white roses. The bridesmaid wore brown and cream challie with pink trimmings and carried pink and white roses.…

June 29, 1895 Page 4
Fort Brady Budget
The wedding ceremony of Capt. Alexander McCook Guard and Miss Maria Sophia Trempe will be celebrated at St. Mary's Church Tuesday morning, July 16, at 10 o'clock.

June 29, 1895 Page 10
A wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Morgan Tuesday evening. The contracting parties were the Rev. A. J. Baldwin, of Nora, Ill., and Miss Bessie Lee, a sister of Mr. Morgan. The Rev. T. Bagnall and T.R. Easterday officiated.

June 29, 1895 Page 10
Mrs. N. O'Brien celebrated her 25th anniversary of her wedding Monday. Many of her friends called on her during the day, left pretty presents and extended congratulations. From her daughters, the Miss Rose and Maggie she received a handsome solid silver set.

June 29, 1895 Page 12
Mrs. Mary McIntosh, of Sault Ste. Marie, and David C. Talbot were married last evening at the house of the bride's sister, 347 Bluff street. Miss Lizzie Loranz was bridesmaid and J. W. Donohue was best man and Rev. Mr. Spencer tied the nuptial knot. - Marquette Mning Journal, June 25.

July 6, 1895 Page 4
Canadian Sault
James E. Livingstone was married on Monday to Isabella McMath by the Rev. C. E. Manning at the residence of the bride's parents.

July 13, 1895 Page 1
Merry Marriage Bells
Capt. Alex. McC. Guard and Miss M. S. Trempe to be Wedded Tuesday
…Capt Alexander McCook Guard and Miss Maria Sophia Trempe which will occur next Tuesday morning at St. Mary's church, at 10 o'clock.… The bride will be given away by L.P. Trempe, jr., her eldest brother.… Miss M. E. Trempe is a daughter of the late L.P. Trempe, one of the early pioneers of Chippewa county. She was born and brought up here.… Captain Alexander McCook Guard numbers his friends by his acquaintances.… He comes from one of the best known Scotch-Irish families in America the famous 'Fighting McCooks,' of Ohio. His mother was a daughter of Major Daniel McCook, who, with his 10 sons, were famous during the civil war.…

July 13, 1895 Page 1
John Teets and Miss Jane Esther Atkinson, both of Neaseville, were united in marriage Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents, by the Rev. C. P. Bates.

July 13, 1895 Page 1
John Swartz and Miss Cora A. Billiet, of Rhinelander, Wis., were married by Justice Danfroth yesterday afternoon. Attorney W. M. Snell was best man and Herbert Adams supported the bride.

July 20, 1895 Page 1
Guard-Trempe Nuptials
A Pretty Church Wedding at St. Mary's Tuesday Morning
One of the prettiest church weddings which has been celebrated in this city occurred at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, in St. Mary's church. It was that of Capt. Alexander McCook Guard, Company D., 19th U.S. Infantry, of Fort Brady, and Miss Marie Sophia Trempe, daughter of the late Louise P. Trempe. The Rev. F. D. Donovan, S.J., performed the cermony.… At the stroke of 1o o'clock the bridal party appeared at the main front entrance of the church. This was the signal for allie Trempe, brother of the bride, who presided at he orgn, to begin the musical program.… On the bridal march Miss Leona Trempe, sister of the bride, who acted as bridesmaid follower the ushers. She wore a dress of white mulle, trimmed with white chiffon, and carried a bunch of white carnation. Then came the bride, attired in a travelling suit of grey, on the arm of her brother L. R. Trempe, jr., carrying a whit e covered prayer book. The mother and sister of the groom Mesdames Baldwin and Girard, with Lieut. Johnson and Leonard followed. The groom and groomsman, W.C. Marsh, entered the church through a side entrance and met the bridal party at the chancel rail, where the cermony was performed.…

July 13, 1895 Page 3
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
At the residence of the bride's parents on Wednesday, at 2 o'clock, Edward Steele and Miss Nora Wannocott were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. H. Gillingham. The young couple are well known and have the best wishes of their many friends.

July 13, 1895 Page 3
Ewen Station (Special Correspondence)
Miss Mary Wood and E. M. Fish were united in wedlock last Saturday evening. Miss Wood is one of Ewen's most popular young ladies and formerly lived in the Soo. Mr. Fish who is from Maine, is a pleasant young gentleman.

July 13, 1895 Page 10
John Alex. Stewart and Miss Annie M. Thomlinson, both of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage Wednesday by the Rev. C.P. Bates.

July 13, 1895 Page 11
Mr. and Mrs.W. T. Burton, celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage Wednesday.

July 13, 1895 Page 11
Wedded at Florence (Florence Mining News,July 13)
Wm. J. Black, of Sault Ste. Marie, and Miss Allice Welch, of Commonwealth, were quietly married by the Rev. C. Vanier at the Catholic parsonage, this city, at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Black formerly resided at Commonwealth and is amember of Badger Tent, K. O.T.M., And the bride, who is a daughter of John Welch, who is one of the oldest residents of commonwealth. The Mining News wishes the young couple a long life of happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Black left for their future home at the Soo yesterday.

July 27, 1895 Page 1
Will Be Wedded Tonight
James Allen and Miss Gertie Coe will be united in marriage in St. James' church at 8 o'clock tonight. The Rev. P.T. Rowe, M.A. will officiate. The contracting parties are both popular young people. The announcement of their marriage will be a surprise to their many friends, the greater number of whom will receive the first information of the event by this notice.…

August 3, 1895 Page 11
Former Soo Girl Married
Cards were received here this week announcing the marriage of Miss Edna Egglefield to Edgar O. Freeman, of Chrokee, Ia, July 25, at the residence of the bride's sister Mrs. H. J. Westoner, 5538 Carpenter street, Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Freeman was a former teacher in the public schools of Sioux City, Ia. She is a sister of Mrs. Anna M. Reynolds and Miss Ettie Egglefield of this city, and has may friends and acquaintances here who tender sincere congratulations.

August 3, 1895 Page 14
James Follis and Miss Minnie Stanley were united in marriage at Stirlingville Monday morning.

August 3, 1895 Page 14
Gus Supe and Miss Tillie Linke were quietly united in marriage at the Catholic parsonage Thursday evening by Fr. Donovan.

August 3, 1895 Page 14
Walter Parsille and Miss Miller Soper were united in marriage at Bay Mills Wednesday evening. The Rev. P. T. Rowe, M. A. , performed the ceremony.

August 24, 1895 Page 1
Wedding Bells
At St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., on Tuesday, by the Rev. Wm. Cochran, D.D., of Zion Presbyterian church, Brantford, Ont. Assisted by the Rev. Charles ?Ths. Tough of Hornby township of Trafalgar, was married to Miss Jennie Miller, of Sault Ste. Marie, formerly of Paris, Ont., …

September 7, 1895 Page 2
Warren Brown and Nellie Treganza were united in marriage Monday by Rev. P. T. Rowe. The ceremony was performed at St. James' rectory.

September 7, 1895 Page 2
Atwood-Heichhold Nuptials
The marriage of Frank B. Atwood and Miss Ellie W. Heichhold was celebrated in the parlors of the Hotel Perry at 7 o'clock last Sunday morning, the Rev. C. M. Thompson officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Atwood left at 8 o'clock a.m. on the steamer China for Mackinac Island, returning home on the Minnie M. Monday night.

September 7, 1895 Page 3
Married at the Presbyterian parsonage, Sunday, by Rev. C. P. Bates, Charles Dorie and Miss Sadie McInnis, both of this city.

September 7, 1895 Page 3
Married, by the Rev. C. P. Bates, Tuesday, at the residence of David Matthews, Charles Roberts and Miss Margaret Gillis, both of this city.

September 7, 1895 Page 3
Charles Scanlon, of Bay Mills and Miss Sarah Warren, of this city, were married at the Presbyterian parsonage Wednesday by the Rev. C. P. Bates.

September 7, 1895 Page 8
Miss Gertie Edwards Wedded
The Groom is James Shipp, a Prominent Young Man of Superior.
Mr. James Shipp and Miss Gertrude Edwards were married Saturday evening at the residence J. F. of Tostevin, 1910 John Avenue. Rev. W. J. Johnston, of the Cumming Avenue Methodist Church, officiating. The wedding was a quiet affair and only a few of the immediate friends of the contracting parties were present. The couple left the same evening on the steamer Monarch for a wedding trip in the east. Among other places they will visit Palmyra, Ont. where the parents of Mr. Shipp reside. The event was in the nature of a surprise to most of their friends. Mr. Shipp has been the bookkeeper and cashier of the firm of Sunderland & Ostrander for the past eight years. Miss Edwards has been a resident of Superior for three years and is very popular young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Shipp will be absent two weeks and upon their return will reside in one of the Mills cottages on Twenty-second street. – Superior, Wis., Telegram. Mrs. Shipp is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gilray, of this city, and has a large circle of acquaintance in the Soo, where she has visited on several occasion.

September 21, 1895 Page 2
The Rev. J. Elford, pastor of the Donaldson, M. E. church, and Miss Ella Williams, of the same place, will be married at the Parkersville church next Wednesday evening. Both are well known and popular young people, and a host of friends wish them much joy.

September 21, 1895 Page 9
Canadian Sault
The marriage of Miss Kate Marks, of Bruce Mines, and Post office Inspector T. H. Smith, of Port Arthur, which was postponed on account of the death of Miss Mark's father, will take place quietly at Bruce Mines next Wednesday.

September 28, 1895 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob F. Schneider, celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage at their home on Minneapolis street last right. There was a large number of their friends present and they received many valuable presents.

September 28, 1895 Page 2
Elford-Williams Wedding
A pretty wedding was that solemized Wednesday evening in the Parkerville M. E. Church, when the Rev. T. J. Elford and Miss Ella May Williams were made man and wife. Many valuable wedding gifts were received. A reception took place at the home of the bride's parents after the ceremony. Both have a wide circle of friends in the county who wish them a prosperous journey through life.

September 28, 1895 Page 2
PRETTY HOME WEDDING
Nuptials of J. Rosenberger and Miss Tillie Herrman
J. Rosenberger, the wide awake commission man, returned to the Soo from Cincinati, O., last Sunday, and brought with him his newly wedded wife. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberger are domiciled at the Arlington for the present. Regarding the wedding, the Cincinatti Commercial Gazette of Sept 18 said.
The marriage of Miss Tille Herrmann to Mr. Jacob Rosenberger, of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. was prettily celebrated last evening, at 6 o'clock, at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Henry Herrmann, Hopkins Street. Dr. Charles Levi officiating, according to the Jewish rites. The bride wore a handsome gown of white brocaded moire, her veil held by a diamond crescent the gift of the groom, and she was carrying lily of the valley. [numerous names and relatives are mentioned]

September 28, 1895 Page 3
Neebish Island (Special Correspondence)
Charles Weir and Mrs. Tebo were married at the new church at Richard's Landing. St. Joseph Island, this week by the Rev. P. T. Rowe of Sault Ste. Marie, Mi. Both are well known and popular. The couple were ferried across the river to the Island by Robert Coulson, where they were met by a hack from Richards's Landing. After the ceremony they were taken across to the Encampment, where they were met and welcomed by a host of friends.

October 5, 1895 Page 1
TO BE MARRIED WEDNESDAY
John Horton jr. and Miss A. Mae Gowan will Journey Together
John Horton jr and Mrs. A. Mae Gowan will be united in marriage at the Presbyterian Church at 2 o'clock next Wednesday afternoon, by the Rev. C.P. Bates, pastor of the church. Miss Marguerite O'Brien will act as bridesmaid and city Treasurer Michael Horton, brother of the prospective groom, will be his support. After the ceremony the couple will depart for Detroit on a short wedding trip. ----- The bride is the niece of Thomas Gowan, has resided in the city several years.---- The groom has lived in the Soo since infancy.

October 5, 1895 Page 9
Canadian Sault
William Carney and his bride arrived on the Collingwood this week. They were married in Toronto on the first of the month.

October 12, 1895 Page 1
Editor Ferris to Take a Better Half.
The wedding of Geo. A. Ferris, of this city and Miss Attie Crane of Rapid River, is announce to take place next Tuesday. Mr. Ferris is the editor and publisher of the Church Herald and has a future full of promise. Miss Crane is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Crane, of Rapid River. She is a young lady of pleasing personality and is respected by all who know her.

October 12, 1895 Page 2
Hotton-Gowan Nuptials
Pretty Church Wedding of a Well Known Soo Couple
The marriage of Miss A. Mae Gowan and John Hotton Jr. was celebrated at the First Presbyterian Church at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. T. R. Easterday officiating. Miss Marguerite O'Brien acted as bridesmaid and M. S. Hotton was bestman ----- They were driven to the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. John McGirr, where a wedding dinner was served.

October 19, 1895 Page 2
Ferris - Crane Nuptials
George A. Ferris, editor of the Church Herald, and Miss Attie Crane were united in marriage at Rapid River, Tuesday evening, at the residence of the bride's parents, the Rev. J.F. and Mrs. Crane. Bert Goodrich, of this city acted as groomsman and Miss Mate Crane as bridesmaid. -----.

October 19, 1895 Page 2
Archie S. Lowe and Miss Ella Brudick of Naubinway, were united in marriage at the M. E. parsonage by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, last Wednesday afternoon. They are a excellent young couple and have the best wishes of THE NEWS.

October 26, 1895 Page 1
Their Fourth Wedding Anniversary
Dr. and Mrs. T. N. Rogers celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary Monday evening. They entertained the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Whelan, the Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Thompson and Rev. and Mrs. T. R. Easterday. During the evening their youngest child, Dan, was baptized by Grandpa Easterday, assisted by the Rev's Thompson and Whelan. The occasion was a happy one and was greatly enjoyed by those present.

October 26, 1895 Page 1
Cupid Had Them
Dangerous Wedding Trip
Nuptials of Thos. Walker and Miss Harriet Hembroff
A Munoscong Farmer and Pretty School Ma'am Who Didn't Issue Cards
(a long column of their escapade [to numerous to type]) The young lady's parents Mr. & Mrs. Hembruff of Dafter. They had gone to St. Joseph Island and married their.

October 26, 1895 Page 9
Edward Sayer and Miss Jean Young, of Dafter, were united in marriage this week.

November 2, 1895 Page 1
Wm. McGregor of this city and Miss Matilda Johnston of Sugar Island, were united in marriage Monday.

November 2, 1895 Page 1
Charles Atkinson and Miss Annie Morgan were united in holy matrimony in St. James Church on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the presence of a large congregation, by the rector. Their host of friends in the Soo unite in wishing them a long and happy wedded life.

November 2, 1895 Page 2
Marriage of John A. Miller
John A. Miller a popular Cedar man, who buys for Mueiter & Co., of Chicago, arrived in the city yesterday with Mrs. Miller who was Miss Mollie Campbell, of Chicago, until last Tuesday, when the marriage was performed. Mr. Miller greeted his many friends here with unexplainable happiness until the facts were made known. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make their home in the Soo and they will be hearty welcomed.

November 9, 1895 Page 1
McLeod - McLay Nuptials
Two Popular Young Soo People Married this Week
A very interesting event transpired on Wednesday evening when Angus McLeod and Mary McLay were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, the Rev. C.P. Bates officating. The ceremony was held in the future home of the young couple, both being with relatives in the city. The spirit of the wedding was essentially Scotch and the assembled guest might have been taken for a "gathering of the clans"—.

November 9, 1895 Page 2
Surprised Their Friends
Dr. McDonald and Miss Jessie Blue, Quietly Married Last Week
Dr. Alex. McDonald and Miss Jessie Blue were quietly united in marriage at the residence of the Rev. and Mrs. T. R. Easterday, on Wednesday evening of last week. The Rev. Easterday officiated and only the nearest relatives of the contracted parties were present. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Blue. -----.

November 9, 1895 Page 8
The wedding of Wm. Johnston of Bay Mills and Miss Ida Stonehouse was celebrated at the residence of the bride's parents on Spruce avenue, Wednesday night. The Rev. F. H. Townsend, of Bay Mills, officiated.

November 9, 1895 Page 10
Arthur Campbell of this city, and Miss Anna McMahon, were married in Fort William, Ont., on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Ed. J.Harper, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Campbell and his bride returned to this city yesterday.

November 16, 1895 Page 1
To be Wedded Next Week
Wm. Beacon and Miss Katie M. Hannah, of Pickford, were no doubt surprised and considerably embarrassed as well when they learned by the enterprising Democrat this week that they were to be married last week. The fact is that their nuptials will occur at the residence of the bride's mother Mrs. Hannah, at Pickford next Wednesday evening. Mr. Beacon runs a saw mill at Pickford, and a brother of David Beacon, the well known Pickford merchant. He has resided in this county for 11 years. The prospective bride is an accomplished young lady.

November 23, 1895 Page 10
Married at St. Jame's rectory on Tuesday last, Mr. Peter Belanger and Miss Mary Belleau.

November 30, 1895 Page 9
TUTTLE - COYKENDAL
A Young Gentleman of the Canadian Soo Married this Week (Minneapolis Journal)
The marriage of Miss Nina Coykendall and Frank Henry Tuttle occurred yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's mother 1122 Hennepin avenue. The marriage rites were read by Rev. H. P. Nicholas of St. Mark's Church the bridal party standing during the ceremony on a wide bay window, draped with similax. The decorations of the house were yellow roses and chyrsanthemuns in baskets and vases. The bride wore a gown of pale gray bengaline, with white brocade sleeves ----- She was attended by Miss Mamie Stanford -----. Mr. Tuttle is one of the capable attaches in the office of the Lake Superior Power Co., Canadian Soo. The Miss Stanford referred to above is a daughter of General Accountant G. Stanford of the same office.

November 30, 1895 Page 9
John Gaball, a railroad man, of Gladstone, and Miss Maud Bailey, of this city were united in matrimony at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. C.M. Thompson, last Thursday evening.

December 7, 1895 Page 1
Marriage of Miss L. M. Cullyford.
Miss Lucie M. Cullyford was married to K. R/ Babbitt, a prominent attorney of Colorado Springs, Colo., at Houghton, Thursday. They went to Detroit and Northville and then Colorado. Mr. Babbitt is an old chum of C. C. Yorkes and is a magnificent gentleman in every way. Mrs. Babbitt is a schoolmate of Mrs. H. M. Gren.-----.

December 7, 1895 Page 2
United in Holy Bonds
John Vaughan, of the Soo, and Miss Blanche E. Farr, of Flint, were united in marriage, Wednesday evening, at the Congregational parsonage, by the Rev. F. Bagnall. Mr. Vaughan is the junior member of the firm of Vaughan Bros. and is a popular young man. Mrs. Vaughan is a sister of Mrs. H. M. Springstine, of this city. The happy couple were given a reception at the residence of Mr. and Mr. H. M. Springtine. ------.

December 14, 1895 Page 4
Wolverine Waifs
Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim McCullough, of Manistique, celebrated their golden wedding last Monday.

December 14, 1895 Page 9
Andrew Gray and Katie Walker, both of Stirling, were united in matrimony at the M. E. parsonage last Monday by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

December 28, 1895 Page 11
John H. Bath, of Whitby, Ont., and Miss Mary L. Grier, daughter of David Grier, of Rosedale, were united in marriage Tuesday morning by the Rev. T. R. Easterday.

December 28, 1895 Page 12
V. W. Smith, of Shelldrake, and Mrs. Mackie, of Detroit, were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage, by the Rev. C. P. Bates, Christmas eve. Mr. Smith is mill superintendant for Penoyar Bros. at Sheldrake, and the couple left for that place Thursday.

Sat January 4, 1896 Page 1
Frank H. Roach and Miss L. M. Mc Donald Married Thursday
Miss Lizzie Marie McDonald, of Saginaw, niece of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McDonald, of the Franklin House, and Frank H. Roach, of the city, were quietly married at Ionia, Mich., Thursday evening. The ceremony took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamilton, who are intimate friends of Mr. Roach. The announcement of the marriage was received here with surprise, as nobody outside the immediate family of the grooms was aware that the step was contemplated. Mr. Roach departed for Ionia New Year's Day, informing his friends that he intended to visit his sister, Miss Lou, who is in Chicago. The young couple will visit friends in Saginaw for a few days and are expected home the latter part of next week. They will reside with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Higgins.------He is the son of Capt. and Mrs. A. B. Roach---- He has been associated with the firm of F. W. Roach & Co.

Sat January 4, 1896 Page 1
Johnson-Seaman
The Soo Will Lose One of its Fairest Daughters Feb 12 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaman announced the marriage of their daughter Miss Bessie, and first Lieutenant Evan M. Johnson, 19th Infantry, USA of Fort Wagne, Detroit on Feb 12

Sat January 4, 1896 Page 1
Engagement of Miss Retta Dumond and H. K. Pino
Announced The News is permitted to announce the engagement of Miss Retta Dumond, the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Dumond and H.K. Pino of St. Paul. The wedding is to take place this coming summer.

Sat January 4, 1896 Page 1
Approaching Nuptials of Miss Cora McMahon and David Thomas
Miss McMahon is a daughter of the late J. W. McMahon.

Sat January 4, 1896 Page 1
Miss Ella Campbell to be Married
Mr and Mrs. Henry Campbell, of Portage avenue east announce the engagement of their daughter Ella, to C. Louis Allen of Cleveland, Ohio will occur at St. Mary's next Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock.

Sat January 4, 1896 Page 1
Married at Chicago
L.F.Bedford, late of this city,and Mrs Sarah Campbell Girard of Omaha wedded in Chicago (paper torn)

Sat January 4, 1896 Page 2
Hazalam- Lewis Nuptials
Two Prominent Detour Young People Made Man and Wife.
At the residence of Capt. Alva Butterfield, Detour, Christmas Day at 4 o'clock p.m. occurred one of the most enjoyable weddings that has ever taken place in Detour. Some days ago Mr. and Mrs. Butterfield sent out invitations to the wedding of their cousin, Miss Eliza A. Lewis to Oscar Hazalan at their home. ----

Sat January 11, 1896 Page 10
The wedding of Mrs. Cora P. McMahon and Dave F. Thomas will be celebrated Tuesday evening Jan 21, at the residence of the prospective ride's mother, Ada street east.

Sat January 11, 1896 Page 10
Soo friends this week received cards announcing the marriage of Mrs. Sarah C. Gerard to Laurence F. Bedford, on Dec 23, at the church of the Holy Name, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Bedford are now at home at 3226 Hurt Street, Omaha, Neb.

Sat January 18, 1896 Page 1
Will be Wedded Next Tuesday
Miss Cora McMahon to Dave Frazer Thomas

Sat January 18, 1896 Page 1
Gus Lange and Miss Laura Grandy next Wednesday

Sat January 18, 1896 Page 3
J. P. Walker and Mrs. Rose Cronkite were joined in marriage by Justice Wm. Danforth, Monday.

Sat January 25, 1896 Page 1
McEachern-Vanderbilt Nuptials
John McEachern, of Whitefish Point, and Miss Jennie M. Vanderbilt of Detroit were united in marriage Saturday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sweet, by the Rev. C. M. Westlake. Miss Annie Sweet acted as bridesmaid and Philip Ten Eyck as groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Eachern left on Thursday for their future home at Whitefish Point.

Sat January 25, 1896 Page 1
Lange-Grandy Nuptials
A Well Known Couple Joined the Matrimonial Rank Thursday.
Thursday night 8 o'clock the nuptials of August C. Lang and Miss Laura Grandy were quietly solemized at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Conley, on Dividsion street. Bishop P. T. Rowe performed the ceremony. No guests were present other than Mr. and Mrs. Conley, Mrs. Rowe and Emil Lange, the brother of the groom. After the ceremony a nice wedding supper was served. The newly married couple were the recipients of many beautiful gifts. The bride has resided has resided in the Soo for a number of years, and has a sweet and amiable disposition which endeared her to a circle of friends. The groom is a member of the merchant tailoring firm of Aiken & Lange and has a host of well wishers in the city. Mr. and Mars. Lange will reside in the Soo National bank building during the winter.


Feb 1, 1896 Page 9
Thomas Moffatt, aged 85 years, died at the county house last Saturday. He had been an inmate of the house for 9 years, and during that period became totally blind. The funeral was held from St. James' church Monday and the remains were interred in the city cemetery.

Sat January 25, 1896 Page 10
Angus McLellan and Miss Tena McKay were united in marriage Wednesday evening, at the residence of the bride's parents. By the Rev. C. P. Bates.

Feb 1, 1896 Page 10
Robert Henderson and Miss Minnie Tuck, both of Bay Mills, were united in matrimony, at the Central M. E. parsonage, Wednesday, morning, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

Feb 8, 1896 Page 1
Hynes-Navin Nuptials
Pretty Wedding at St. Mary's Church Tuesday Morning
John Hynes and Miss Maud Navin were united in marriage at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning in St. Mary's church, by the Rev. R. Connelly. The church was filled with friends of the contracting parties. Miss Sarah Scott acted as bridesmaid and the groom was attended by Geo. Fitzsinger. Ailie Trempe presided at the organ and a beautiful musical program was given,-----. Mr. and Mrs Hynes are now at home in apartments in the Soo National Bank block.

Feb 8, 1896 Page 1
Will Be Wedded Next Wednesday
The wedding of Miss Bessie Seaman, of this city, and First Lieut. Evan M. Johnson, of Fort Wayne, Detroit, will occur at the home of the prospective bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. C. Seamon, Portage Avenue east, next Wednesday.


Feb 8, 1896 Page 3
Wm. H Koecher and Miss Silvia Belle McCoy, both of this city, were united in marriage last Sunday evening, by Justice Danforth, at the latter's residence.

Feb 15, 1896 Page 1
JOHNSON-SEAMON NUPTIALS
Lieut. Evan M. Johnson, Jr. regimental qauartermaster, Fort Wayne, and Miss Bessie Seaman, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. C. Seaman, of this city, were united in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents, on Portage avenue east, at high noon, Wednesday, by the Rev. C. M. Westlake, of St. James' church.
Feb 15, 1896 Page 1
Harry W. Veitch and Miss Kate Stewart, both of this city, were united inmarriage Thursday, Feb. 13, at the Presbyterian parsonage, by the Rev. C. P. Bates.

IN HONOR OF MISS SMITH
A reception was given in honor of Miss Mary Smith, of L'Anse, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G.E.C. Seaman, Portage avenue, last Wednesday evening. It was the finale of the wedding day of their daughter, Miss Bessie, with Lieut. Evan M. Johnson. One of the features of the evening was the method of disposing of the wedding bouquet of English violets. Each one present drew a flower, to one of which was attached a ring. It fell to the lot of G. G. Scranton to draw this particular flower and if tradition is correct the genial Mr. Scranton will be the next to follw Lieut. Johnson's example. —

Feb 15, 1896 Page 9
Chas. E. McDonald and Miss E. Jennie Graham, of Rosedale, were united in marriage this week.

February 22, 1896 Page 2
At the Presbyterian parsonage Tuesday evening, Rev. C. P. Bates united in marriage Robert Ferris and Miss Isabella Henning both of Sault Ste. Maris, Ont, and George Halloc and Miss Ida Graham both of this city.

February 22, 1896 Page 4
Luther S. Sherman, of Sherman & Hand, pubishers of the Beemmer Herald was united in marriage with Miss Jessie McAlister of Hurley, Wis. Feb 12. The News extends its best wishes.

February 22, 1896 Page 10
Marriage of Robert Wynn and Miss Louisa Marshall. Robert Wynn and Miss Louisa Marshall were united in marriage Monday morning, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wynn. The Rev. F. Connolly, of St. Mary's Church, officiated. Miss Tessie Wynn acted as bridesmaid and the groom was supported by W. J. Armstrong. After the ceremony a fine wedding breakfast was served

February 22, 1896 Page 10
The Rains-Campbell Nuptial
A quiet wedding occurred at St. Mary's Church at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning. The contracting parties were Miss Loretta Campbell and Hoel P. Rains. The Rev. Fr. Connolly officiated. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Campbell, of Portage avenue east. Mr. Rains is an old Sooite and is one of the assistant superintendents of the ship canal. After the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip of three weeks to Montreal, Buffalo, and New York.

February 29, 1896 Page 1
Lindsay-Garniss Nuptials
Robert M. Lindsay and Miss Jennie Garniss were made one in the bonds of matrimony, at the M. D. parsonage, last Wednesday evening, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.

Saturday, March 7, 1896 Page 2
James M. Perie and Miss Jennie Coughlin were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage, by the Rev. C. P. Bates, Tuesday night.

Saturday, March 14, 1896 Page 7
Pine Grove (Special Correspondence)
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bushman celebrated their China wedding last Saturday and pleasantly entertained a large number of friends, including many from the Soo.


Thursday, March 14, 1896 Page 10
James Mills, of the Soo, and Miss Eva E. Bell, of Toronto, were united in marriage on March 2 at Toronto. Mr. Mills is a merchant tailor. The happy couple will reside on Arlington Street.

Thursday, March 21, 1896 Part 2 Page 12
Stalwart (Special Correspondence)
John O'Neill, of this place, and Miss Gougan, of Hessel were made one by the Rev. H. Magahay at Pickford on Wednesday of last week. The young and happy couple have commenced house keeping on the farm which Mr. O'Neill rented from Mrs. Nixon, where they are at house to their many friends who one and all extend the heartiest of hearty congratulations and wish the young couple a happy and prosperous voyage through life.

Saturday, March 14, 1896 Page 2
Richard Welsh, of Dafter, will be united in marriage with Miss Anna J. Wallis, at Clifton, Ont. next Wednesday.

Thursday, March 28, 1896 Page 2
Wm. Turnbull and Miss Mary Price were united in marriage at the M. E. Parsonage last night by the Rev. C. M. Thompson.


Thursday, March 28, 1896 Page 5
Robert Smith and Miss Aggie Watson were united in marriage at the home of the bride's mother, on Wednesday, afternoon, the 25th inst. The Rev. Gillingham performed the ceremony.

Saturday April 4, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Banks-McLean Nuptials
Chas A. Banks and Miss Janet McLean were united in marriage Tuesday noon at the Presbyterian Parsonage by the Rev. C.P. Bates. Frank McKee and Miss Mary McLean stood up with the couples. Mr. and Mrs. Banks have gone to housekeeping in apartment in the Pease & Lipsett block, where they are now at home to their friends. The News extends congratulations.

Saturday April 18 1896 Part 1 Page 3
Neaseville (Special Correspondence)
On April 13 Joseph Cliner and Miss Annie Fuller were joined in marriage. Mr. Cliner is a employee of the pulp mill company on the Canadian side. The bride is a resident of Neaseville.

Saturday April 18 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Married at the Presbyterian parsonage, Saturday April 11, by Rev. C. P. Bates, Henry Johnson, of Rudyard and Miss Serafia Kallios, of Sault Ste. Marie.

Saturday April 18 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Dextor E. Fox, of this city and Miss Tena Duncanson, of Manitoulin Island, Ont., were married at the Presbyterian parsonage Thursday by the Rev. C. P. Bates
Saturday April 18 1896 Part 1 Page 8
E. Ross Eckart Takes a Wife
E. Ross Eckart and Miss Carrie Tardiff were united in marriage on Wednesday of last week by the Rev. Fr. Connolly at St. Mary's Church. Mr. Eckardt is one of the faithfull employee's of the government on the lake survey. He has lived in the city for several years and is a young man of integrity. The bride is the daughter of one of the Soo's pioneer familes.

Saturday April 25 1896 Part 1 Page 6
McGauley - Murray
James McGauley and Miss Nellie Murray Married at Newberry
James McGauley, the new proprietor of the Tremont House, and Miss Nellie Murray, of Newberry, were married at the Catholic Church, Newberry, last Tuesday morning. Mr. McGauley is well known and popular young man who has a great many friends. His bride is a cousin of Landlord Wm. T. Murphy, of Murphy & Gromley of the Hotel Murphy, Newberry, and also cousin of Marshall W. T. Crocker, of that town.

Saturday May 2, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
The Lines - Campbell Nuptials
At the residence of the bride's mother Mrs. John Lines, 88 Carrie street Wednesday evening last, Thomas J. Campbell and Miss Clara Ellen Lines, both of this city, were united in marriage by the Rev. T. R. Easterday. Miss Jennie Patterson and William Campbell were bridesmaid and groomsman.---

Saturday May 2, 1896 Part 2 Page 10
Stalwart (Special Correspondence)
On of the items of interest to the people of Stalwart is the approaching golden wedding of Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Sims, who are the oldest and among the most highly esteemed people the in settlement. They will celebrate their golden wedding on May 13th, and they expect almost their whole family will unite in their father's house once more. Mr. Sims was born in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland on Oct 7, 1825, and from there he came to Ontario with his parents, at the age of 12 years, where he resided until the year 1880, when he moved to Michigan to the farm where he now resides with his wife. Mrs. Sims whose maiden name was Mary Thomas, was born in the vicinity of London, England, where she lived until the age of seven years, when she removed with her parents to Canada, where afterwards met the man who subsequently became her husband. They were married on the 13th of May, 1846, and for half a century have lived together in the greatest harmony and in peace with their fellow-man. Twelve children came to bless that happy, home; eight sons and four daughters and with the one exception all are living to help celebrate their parents golden wedding. The old people expect a grand reunion of Sim's and "Little Phil" extends his hearty congratulations to them. For many years Rev. Sims was pastor of the Advent Christian church in Howick, Ont, and in his labours was ably assisted by his noble wife.

Saturday May 9, 1896 Part 1 Page 4
Wolverines Waifs
There is nothing slow about Traverse City. Monday afternoon the circuit court granted a divorce to Mrs. Anna E. Bullard, of Kingsley, and Tuesday noon she was cooking dinner for her new husband, James Green, of this city. - Herald.


Saturday May 9, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Marriage licenses were issued to the following persons this week by the county clerk: Ernest Laterielle and Delima Laterielle , both of Bay Mills; Edmund Beaudin and Veronica Fournier, Bay Mills; J. G. McCartney and Sarah Jane Sheppard, Bruce township; Louis Allard and Mrs. May Lewis, Bay Mills; Jno. J. Campbell and Mary Hodgson, Soo; Samuel Boyle, Bruce and Maggie McDonald, Soo.

Saturday May 16, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Wedded in California
Lieut. J. E. Brady and Mrs. E. G. Bryan Were Married Sunday
Lieut. Jasper E. Brady, of company B. U.S. infantry, and Mrs. Emma G. Bryan were quietly married at Santa Monica, California, last Sunday, May 10. There were no cards. The announcement came to Soo friends as a surprise. Lieut and Mrs. Brady have a host of admirers here who tender warmest felicitations.

Saturday May 16, 1896 Part 1 Page 7
J. R. Audett returned Tuesday from Sherbrook, Ont. where he attended the golden wedding of his parents.

Saturday May 16, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Wedded This Week
Archie McLean, of Collingwood, Canada, and Miss Mary McLean, of this city, were married Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian parsonage by the Rev. C. P. Bates. They will remain here for the present and their friends will find them at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Chas. Banks.

Saturday May 16, 1896 Part 2 Page 9
Geo. M. Thompson and Miss Maggie Warner, of Bay Mills were united in marriage by the Rev. C. M. Thompson Tuesday afternoon. W. H. Dickson and Miss Maggie Thompson acted as groomsman and bridesmaid, respectively.

Saturday May 23, 1896 Part 1 Page 3
Stalwart ( Special Correspondence)
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sims entertained a number of friends and neighbours on the 13th inst; the occassion being the celebration of the 50th anniversary of their wedding day. ------

Saturday May 30, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Peter Tremblay and Miss Margaret M. Hewitt were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage on Wednesday by the Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday May 30, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
From Over the Sea
Came an Englishwoman Who Was Married Here This Week.
A marriage under romantic circumstances was that Thursday afternoon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lesway, on Nolte street, where the Rev. C. M. Thompson, of the Central Methodist Episcopal church, united in matrimony Thomas Perry, of Valley City, North Dakota, and Miss Sarah Buckely, of Warrington, Lancashire, England. The bride arrived in Montreal and the couple journeyed t this city, arriving here Wednesday evening. At the ceremony Robert Lesway acted as bestman, while Miss Ethel Adams was bridesmaid. After the service a super dinner was served, prepared by Chef Neary in his very best style. The brides cake came from England, and was one of the best.-------
Mr. Perry came to this country from England three years ago. Last year he visited his former home, and while there the gay little god of love shot his heart full of arrows. After a short courtship, the fair object of his affection consented to make Mr. Perry happy, and he returned to prepare a home for her. The brave little woman who journeyed across the ocean alone to meet her prospective husband, is certainly worthy of all happiness in her adopted country. The happy couple left in the evening train for their home in the west, followed by the good wishes of all who formed their acquaintances.

Saturday June 6, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Wedding Announcement
Miss Retta Dumond and H. K. Pino to be Married June 16
Invitations were issued this week by Mr. and Mrs. S. Dumond, announcing the marriage of their daughter Miss Retta to Harlow K. Pino of St. Paul. The ceremony will be quite a society event and is to take place Tuesday evening June 16, at 8 o'clock, in the Central Methodist Episcopal church and will be followed by a reception at the residence fo Mr. and Mrs. Dumond, on Spruce avenue.

Saturday June 13, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Miss Hetty M. Lewis to Wed.
Wedding announcements were received by Soo friends this week of the approaching nuptials of Miss Hetty M. Lewis and Horace J. Shotwell, of Minneapolis. The ceremony will occur at the Fifth avenue Congregational church, in that city at noon June 24. The bride and her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Lewis, formerly residents here.

Saturday June 13, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Miss Belle Jocelyn, sister of Mrs. Wm. Snell, whose home is in Chesaning, this state, is to by married next Friday to Claude VanTyne, of Ann Arbor.----

Saturday June 20, 1896 Part 2 Page 10
Neaseville (Special Correspondence)
W. Teates and Miss Margaret Megaw were joined in matrimony at the Canadian Sault on Thursday of last week.

Saturday June 27, 1896 Part 1 Page 4
Miss Cecelia Roach, of this city, and John Johnson, of Chebogan, were united in marriage at St. Mary's church, Wednesday, night, by Fr. J. J. Connolly. The birde is a sister of Alf. Roach, the Ashmun street jeweller.

Saturday June 27, 1896 Part 1 Page 4
Wolverine Waifs
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Youngs, of Florenve, Wis., will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary July 7. Mr. Youngs is the editor of the Florence Mining News, and is one of the salt of the earth.

Saturday July 4, 1896 Part 1 Page 3
Neaseville (Special Correspondence)
Married at Neaseville, by Rev. Thompson, of the Central M.E. church, on the evening of July 1, George Mason to Miss Hattie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Fike. The bridegroom was supported by Robert Pike, while Miss Mamie Cayo performed a like service for the bride.------------


Saturday July 18, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Anguline H. Waters and Miss Jenny Boyd, both of this city, were united in marriage by the Rev. F. Bagnall, Wednesday evening, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cracknell.

Saturday July 18, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
The following marriage licenses were issued during the week: Augustus H. Waters and Jennie Boyd; Robt. McGrath and Alice Cumine; Michael Traynor and Bella Ranson; Geo. King and Annie Berger.
Saturday July 18, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
Michael Traynor, of Barbeau, and Miss Isabella Ranson, were united in marriage at St. Mary's church Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Fr. Connolly- Miss Carrie Traynor, sister of the groom and Henry Ranson, brother of the bride, supported the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Traynor have the best wishes of a host of friends for a happy voyage through life.

Saturday July 18, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Detour (Special Correspondence)
James Galbraith and Miss Anna Walker were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the M. E. church, Rev. Hyde officiating. A reception was given in the Maccabee Hall.

Saturday July 25, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Wolverine Waifs
The nuptials of Miss Nellie O'Connor, a charming young lady of Montague, and John A. Chisholm, of Seney, occurred at the bride's home July 11. Mr. Chisholm is superintendent of the Seney school of Schoolcraft county, and also superintendent of the Seney schools.

Saturday August 1, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Engagement Announced
The News is permitted to announce the engagement of Miss Jennie V. Odegard and Mr. Robert C. Sweatt. Miss Odegard is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Odegard, of Minneapolis, and has been a resident of the Soo for over a year. Mr. Sweatt is the son of Mr. and Mrs J. B. Sweatt. Both have many warm admires and friends and are prominent in social circles. The date of the wedding has not been determined.

Saturday August 1, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Double Wedding Ceremonies
Rev. C. M. Thompson performed double wedding ceremonies at the Central M. E. parsonage Wednesday evening. Miss Annie Mitchell and Chas. Jackson were made man and wife at 8 o'clock, and Miss Nora Pattison and John Hodgson at 9 o'clock. The parties are all young people and are residents of the city.

Saturday August 1, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
A marriage license has been issued by the county clerk to George Gabriel and Miss Mary McPherson. Mr. Gabriel was seen by The News last night and refused to state whether the marriage ceremony had occurred or not. Both parties are well known people.

Saturday August 1, 1896 Part 1 Page 7
Max Wener, the third ward grocer, and Miss Gustoe Zetter of Detroit, Will be wedded in Detroit, August 23.

Saturday August 15, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
Soo Business Man to Wed.
David K. Moses, the proprietor of The Leader, will be wedded next Wednesday to Miss L. Elias, of Chicago. The ceremony will be celebrated in Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Moses will return to the Soo next Friday.

Saturday August 22, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
The marriage of Miss Leah Eliassof, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Eliasof, of Chicago and D. K. Moses, of the Soo, was solemized at the residence of the bride's parents, No. 3710 Forest Ave., on Wednesday of this week. The bride comes of a prominent Jewish family, and Mr. Moses is the senior member of the mercantile firm of D. K. Moses & Co., which has stores at the Soo and Bay Mills.

Saturday August 22, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Frederick Rhodes and Miss Ada Porteous were united in marriage Wednesday night. They have gone to housekeeping in rooms over the First National Bank.

Saturday August 22, 1896 Part 1 Page 7
Married at the residence of the bride's mother, Wednesday, Aug. 19, by Rev. C. M. Thompson, Wm. Bowers & Angeline Stanaway, both of this city.

Saturday August 22, 1896 Part 1 Page 7
At the residence of the brides parents, Neaseville, Thursday Miss Mary Fike and William Cayo were united in holy matrimony by the Rev. C. M. Thompson

Saturday September 5, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
Hugh Murphy and Miss Phobe McIntyre were united in matrimony by the Rev. C. M. Thompson at the M. E. parsonage Wednesday afternoon.

Saturday September 5, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
A party was given by Miss Elsie Sweatt, at the Sweatt residence, Saturday in honour of Miss Jennie Odegard, who will leave next Monday for her home in Minneapolis to prepare for her approaching marriage to Robert C. Sweatt.

Saturday September 5, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
Tuesday afternoon at the Central M. E. church parsonage, the Rev. C. M. Thompson united in matrimony George A. McLean, of Dafter, and Miss Sara A. Fletcher, of Donaldson.

Saturday September 5, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
Dr. Autin Deadman and Miss Lily Aris, both of this city, were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon at Trinity church, Rev. Warren Hastings officiating. The happy couple left on the Alpena Tuesday evening for a trip to Soo. The many friends of the young couple will wish them abundant happiness- Alpena Pioneer.

Saturday September 12, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Canadian Soo Young Lady Married
[Florence {Wis} Mining News, Sept. 5]
Adolphus Ball: of Crystal Falls, and Miss Lillian Josephine Harris, of Sault Ste. Marie, Canada, were quietly married at the home of the groom's uncle, Capt. John Thomas, in this city, at 9"30 o'clock Tuesday morning. Rev. S. Polkinghorn, of Iron Mountain, officiating, Mr. Ball is a son of the late Capt. Thos. Ball and his bride was formerly a resident of the Shafer location. The happy couple left for Crystal Falls, their future home, on the afternoon train, Tuesday.

Saturday September 19, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Prospective Marriage of C.B.Robinson and Miss M.C.O'Brien
The marriage of Miss Marguerite Camilla O'Brien and Charles B. Robinson is announced to take place early in October.

Saturday September 19, 1896 Part 2 Page 9
Pine Grove (Special Correspondence)
There was a quiet wedding in the Grove last week. Levi Knibs and Miss Lizzie Talbot were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, the Rev. A. H. Snellgrove, officiating and only their relatives and a few of their most intimate friends being present.

Saturday September 26, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Now they are Wedded
On Thursday afternoon, at the residence of the bride's brother, Geo. H. Hill, on Division street, in the presence of a select company of friends, Miss Jennette Hill, of this city, and Jacob Huston, of Glencoe, Ont, were united in matrimony by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, of the Central M. E. Church. The happy couple will make their future home in Glencoe, where the groom is a prosperous grain merchant.

Saturday September 26, 1896 Part 1 Page 6
Mrs. J. Ryan was in Massey this week attending the nuptials of Miss Mamie Millen and Chas. Glover.

Saturday October 3, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Haley-Meyer Nuptials
Frank M. Haley, chef of Armstrong Bros. restaurant, and Miss Nellie Meyer, of Iron Mountain, wee united in marriage by the Rev. F. Bagnall, at the Congregational church, Monday. The young couple were supported by John Murray and Miss Edna Haley, sister of the groom.

Saturday October 3, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
James Finley, a popular Soo Line employee, and Miss Myra Hamilton were united in marriage, Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents on Pine street.

Saturday October 10, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
To Be Wedded Oct 21
Approaching Nuptials of Miss Margaret O'Brien & C. B. Robinson
Invitations were issued this week for the wedding of Miss Margaret Camilla O'Brien and Charles Bernard Robinson which will occur in St. Mary's church, this city at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning Oct 21. The ceremony will be preformed by the Rev. J. J. Connolly. ---- She is the daughter of Mrs. Nora O'Brien.

Saturday October 10, 1896 Part 1 Page 4
Wolverine Waifs
A marriage license was issued yesterday to Michael Wiecorkawiez and the county clerk has been laid up ever since - Hancock Copper Journal

Saturday October 10, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Chas. Cadette and Miss Annie Hussey were wedded at the Canadian Soo on Monday. Miss Mary Gallagher and Jno. Hussey were bridesmaid and best man respectively.

Saturday October 10, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Harper-Duncan Nuptials
Tuesday evening at the residence of the bride's uncle, Robert Anderson, Court street, Rev. C. M. Thompson, united in matrimony Miss Agnes Duncan, of this city and Jacob Harper, of the Canadian Soo. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a select company of invited guests. After a sumptuous supper provided by Mrs. Anderson, the happy couple went to the Canadian side, where the groom had a home in readiness for his bride.

Saturday October 17, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Former Sooite Married
Samuel Martin Hannah and Miss Thamar Blanche Yonce were united in marriage at Ste. Petersburgy, Florida, October 6. Mr. Hannah was for several years connected with the Iroquois and Park Hotels as clerk and is well and favourably known by many Soo people and the traveling public.

Saturday October 17, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Dean - Graham Nuptials
Wednesday evening at the residence of James Keller, Court street, brother-in-law of the bride. Walter S. Dean and Miss A. Emma Graham were united in matrimony by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, according to the impressive ritual of the Methodist Episcopal church. A large number of invited guests, were present to enjoy the occasion and offered their congratulations. The happy pair were the recipients of may useful and valuable presents.-----

Saturday October 24, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Joined Their Distines
Charles B. Robinson and Margaret C. O'Brien United in Marriage
On of the prettiest and most largely attended wedding ceremonies that ever took place in St. Mary's church was that in St. Mary's church was that which united the destines of Charles Bernard Robinson and Miss Margaret Camilla O'Brien, at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. The Rev. J. J. Connolly, assisted by Rev. Frs. McDonaldson and Gronier, performed the impressive marriage ceremony. The strains of Lohengrin's wedding march, executed by Miss Cecelia Audette, the bridal party was led to the alter by the users Messrs. Gilbert and Frank Moore, E. J. Roirdan and Joseph Ermatinger. J. A. Atkinson, the groomsman, escorted the bride, and following them came the bridesmaid, Miss Rose O'Brien, sister of the bride, on the arm of the groom.--------
After the ceremony the bridal party was conveyed to the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Norah O'Brien, on Gurnoe street, where the elaborate wedding dinner was served. -----

Saturday October 24, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Kirwin celebrated their tin wedding anniversary Tuesday night. A number of friends gathered at their home and the evening was and enjoyable one.

Saturday October 24, 1896 Part 1 Page 7
Thos. Rankin and Miss Nancy Duncanson of this city, were united in marriage by the Rev. T. R. Easterday at his residence, Thursday evening.

Saturday November 7, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Married in Detroit
At Detroit on Thursday evening, Oct. 29, a quiet wedding was performed at the home of Rev. Wittet, in which Joseph F. Delbridge, of Grand Rapids and Miss Anna Tregenza, of Sault Ste. Marie, were the contracting parties. After a few weeks' visit at Grand Rapids they expect to make Detroit their home.

Saturday November 21, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Issued
Jno. C. McKay, aged 30 years, and Anna Gardiner, aged 21 years.
Geo. I. Walz, age 27 and Esther May Portlance, aged 21 years.
Chas. Arthur Everett, aged 22 years and Julian Santosh, aged 23 years.
Saturday November 21, 1896 Part 1 Page 7
Mrs. E. W. Kibby and son, Arthur, departed Wednesday for Chicago, to attend the marriage of Miss Ella J. Peacock, her cousin, and L. V. Tucker, a rising young Chicago attorney, which will occur Dec. 2. Mrs. Kibby expects to spend the holidays with Chicago relatives & friends.

Saturday November 28, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Malloy-Fisher Marriage
Thos. Malloy and Miss Lucy Fisher were united in marriage at St. Mary's church Thursday morning at 7 o'clock. Father J. J. Connolly performed the ceremony. Wm. Bergin supported the groom and Miss Barbara Fisher, a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Mr. molloy is engaged as deliveryman for Sohn F. Moloney and the bride is a daughter of Antoine Fisher, an old resident of the Soo. Both have many well-wishers.

Saturday November 28, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
United Their Distinies
A pretty home wedding occurred Monday evening, when Wm. J. Campbell, the well known drayman and Miss Etta M. Boyd were joined in wedlock at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. Wm. Galloway, on Minnapolis street. The Rev. T. R. Easterday officiated. After the ceremony the newly wedded couple and assembled guests partook of a dainty wedding supper. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell have many friends who shower best wishes upon them.

Saturday November 28, 1896 Part 1 Page 3
Richard Nolan and Miss Lydia Moreland were married at St. Mary's church at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning by Fr. J. J. Connolley, Edward Langley officiated as groomsman, and Miss Nora Snell was bridesmaid Miss Audette presided at the organ.

Saturday November 28, 1896 Part 1 Page 4
Wolverine Waifs
The marriage of Miss Nettie Gardner of Houghton to John D. Ryan, formerly of Hancock, now of Denver, Colorado, was solemnized Wednesday of last week, by Rev. Father Atfield, pastor of St. Patrick's church, at the homeof the brides parents, Congressman-elect and Mrs. Charles D. Sheldon. It was a brilliant social event.

Saturday November 28, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
C. A. Everett, of this city, and Miss Julian Santosh, of St. Ignace, were united in marriage, Nov. 18, in this city. The young couple have gone to housekeeping on Ridge street.

Saturday December 5, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Albertson-Barnett Marriage
Yesterday afternoon. at the M.E. parsonage, Ulyseus S. Albertson of Newberry and Miss Mattie Barnett, of Ann Arbor, were united in matrimony by the Rev. C. M. Thompson. Mr. Albertson is a bright young attorney with a good future before him.


Tucker-Peacock Wedding
Marriage in Chicago of a Young Lady Well Known Here
A very pretty home wedding was that of Miss Ella J. Peacock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Peacock, and Mr. Lee Voltaire Tucker, which took place in Chicago Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's parents, 921 Sawyer avenue. The ceremony was performed by Judge Tuttle at half-past 8 o'clock, when the bridal party entered to the strain of Mendelssohn's wedding march, played by the bride's sister Miss Ada F. Peacock. ----The bride's cousin Master Arthur E. Kibby, of this city, was the only attendant. He was dressed in pink satin of George Washington's style, and carried pink roses. ------
The bride has visited the Soo several times and is an accomplished musician and acted. Mr. Tucker is a rising young lawyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker will be at home at Soo Sawyer avenue after Dec. 16.

Saturday December 12, 1896 Part 1 Page 1
Fuerstnau-Cartwright Nuptials
At noon Tuesday H. J. Fuerstnau and Miss Maggie Cartwright were united in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents on the McKnight road. The Rev. C. M. Thompson officiated. Mr. Fuerstnau is the popular station agent at Rudyard, where the young people will reside. The bride is a sister-in-law of R. G. Trimble, who formerly resided here, but new living in Vinton.

Saturday December 12, 1896 Part 1 Page 3
Rudyard (Special Correspondence)
Saturday December 5, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
On Tuesday afternoon Mr. Herman J. Fuerstnau and Miss Maggie Cartwright were united in marriage at Sault Ste. Marie.

Saturday December 12, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
The wedding of Miss Martha Welsh to Mr. James A. Harper is announced to take place in Dafter on the evening of the 23d inst.

Saturday December 12, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
C. F. Dunbar Married Yesterday
C. F. Dunbar and Mrs. Aseneth Gillam were united in marriage at Buffalo yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Gillam is the youngest sister of Mr. Dunbar's first wife. Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar departed after the ceremony for California, via New Orleans.

Saturday December 12, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Marshall J. Johnson and Miss Belle Gurnoe were quietly married at the Canadian Sault last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Johnson is employed in A. McDonald's blacksmith shop. The bride is a daughter of Jno. Gurnoe.

Saturday December 19, 1896 Part 1 Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mead celebrated the twenty-sixth-and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ainsworth, the fourth anniversary of their marriage, on Monday evening, at the home of the former.

Saturday December 19, 1896 Part 1 Page 5
John Stirling and Miss Constance Rains were united in marriage at St. Mary's rectory Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Fr. McDonald, officiated.

Saturday December 19, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
This Week's Marriage Licenses
James A. Harper and Martha Welsh, both of Dafter
Ashton W. Roe and Annie M. Rowse, of Pickford
Frank Stirling and Constance Rains, both of Sault Ste. Marie.

Saturday December 26, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. Price Eagle celebrated the eleventh anniversary of their wedding Tuesday evening.
Saturday December 26, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
James Harper and Miss Martha Welsh, of Dafter, were united in marriage Thursday, at thehome of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welsh, at Dafter.

Saturday December 26, 1896 Part 1 Page 8
Edward Florence and Miss Lydia Hursley , of Brimley, will be married Dec. 31.


Saturday, January 2, 1897 Part 1 Page1
Well Known Young People to Wed.
The wedding of Miss Leona Tremp and John P. Donovan will be solemized in St. Mary's church next Tuesday morning. The exact hour has not been set. The couple will depart the same evening for New York city, where Mr. Donovan will be stationed in the interests of Hughes Bross & Bangs.

Saturday, January 9, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
An Approaching Wedding
The nuptials of Miss Marie Ganley, of this city, and Chas. W. Caley, of Bay Mills, will be solemnized at St. Mary's church Monday morning.-----Miss Ganley is a sister of Capt. Jos. And Thos. Ganley.

Saturday, January 9, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Sealed for Life
Marriage of Miss Hubbell and Mr. MacDougall
(Special Correspondence)
South Manistique, Mich., Jan 6- At 4 o'clock Monday afternoon Cora, the eldest daughter of the Hon. and Mrs. A. C. Hubbell was married to John C. McDougall, of Duluth, Minn. The ceremony was performed at the home of the brides parents here.----- The groom elect arrived New Year's morning, and was driven directly to the home of the bride's parents where he remained as a guest until after the wedding------They will be at home at Duluth, Minn. The bride was led to the channel and given away by her father. Leslie T. Hubbell, brother of the bride-elect, acted as best man and his sister Louise, was the maid of honor. Ralph a younger brother acted as page, and Albert C. jr., the youngest brother with his little cousin Benjamin Chappel, were the flower bearers.--------Mr. Macdougall is the only son of the late Collin P. Macdougall of Duluth. -------

Saturday, January 9, 1897 Part 1 Page 2
To Be Wedded Jan 26.
Jno. Zealand vice-present of the Soo Hardware Co. and Miss Emma Lewis of Montreal will be united in marriage at the home of the bride elect's parents in Montreal, January 26.

Saturday, January 9, 1897 Part 1 Page 4
The marriage of Miss Marie Pigeon and Isaac LaLonde, both of this city, was solemnized at St. Mary's church on Monday morning. A large party met at the parental residence of the bride to wish them well.

Saturday, January 9, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Florence-Hurley Marriage
Brimley, Mich., Jan 6 - Before the old year had taken its farewell fligh from the thriving town of Brimley the marriage of Edward Florence and Miss Lydia Hurly of this town had taken place. Rev. John McGregor officiated.

Saturday, January 9, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Miss Eliza Corbiere departed Wednesday for New York City, where she will be married next week to Geo. Gibbs. They will make that city their future home.

Saturday, January 16, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
A Felitilous Marriage
Nautials of Miss Marie Ganley and Chas. W. Caley
Miss Marie Ganley, of this city and Charles W. Caley, of Bay Mills, were united in marriage shortly after 8 o'clock Monday morning, at St. Mary's church, the Rev. Fr. J.J. Connelly officiating. None but the near relatives of the contracting parties were present. Miss Julia Ganley, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and the groom was supported by Dr. Emil H. Webster. After the wedding ceremony the party was driven to the Hotel Saragoley where the wedding breakfast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Caley departed on the 10:30 Canadian Pacific train on a wedding tour of three weeks, which will be spent in Toronto, Montreal and other Canadian cities, after which they will reside in Bay Mills.

Saturday, January 16, 1897 Part 1 Page 3
John J. Meehan, of the Munising railroad and Miss Eva V. Palmer, of Munising, were united in marriage last week. Mr. Meehan is well known in this city.

Saturday, January 23, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
On Their Wedding Journey
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McPherson, of Grand Marais, were registered at the Park Hotel Wednesday night. Mr. McPherson, who is county clerk of Alger county, and one of the faithful employees of the Manistique Railroad Co., was on his wedding tour, on Tuesday he was wedded to Miss Kimball, one of Grand Marais charming and accompanied young society belles. Mr. and mrs. McPherson departed on the C.P.R. train Thursday fro a trip to Montreal, Toronto and Port Huron, and will be at home to their friends at Grand Marais after Feb. 5.

Saturday, January 23, 1897 Part 1 Page 7
Miss Helen Knowles and Wm. W. Byers were married Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents at Pine Grove.

Saturday, January 23, 1897 Part 1 Page 7
Mr and Mrs. F. R. Price will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary in the Price & Harrison block Tuesday evening Jan 26.

Saturday, January 23, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Pine Grove (Special Correspondence)
Married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knowles, Pine Grove, Wednesday evening Jan 20th. Their daughter Ellen, to William W. Byers. The brides sister Eliza, and the groom's brother John, were bridesmaid and bestman. The ceremony was performed by Rev. T. R. Easterday.

Saturday, January 30, 1897 Part 1 Page 4
Marriage at Donaldson
A few of the friends and relatives of the contracting parties gathered at the residence of Simon Parker, Donaldson, Mich., Wednesday, Jan 27th, to witness the marriage of his daughter, Rebecca, to William McKee, of the same place. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. David Casler, pastor of the M. E. church.

Saturday, January 30, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Fort Brady
First Lieut. William T. Wilder, of the twenty-fourth infantry, and Miss Watkins, a popular young lady of St. Paul, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
V. M. Watkins, were united in holy bonds of matrimony on Wednesday of last week.

Saturday, February 6, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
The nuptials of Miss May Norton and Lieut. W. O. Johnston are announced to take place at St. James Episcopal church, Monday evening, Feb. 15, at 7 o'clock.

Saturday, February 6, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Wedded a Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Hines were agreeably surprised by their friends Thursday night at their home on Ridge street east, it being their first anniversary of their wedded life.

Saturday, February 20, 1897 Part 1 Page 3
Sterlingville (Special Correspondence)
Wm. Hill of Stirlingville and Miss Frances Beamish, of Donaldson, were married last week.

Saturday, February 20, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Soo friends received invitations this week to attend the marriage ceremony of Miss Alison Prescott MacLeod and J. V. Gearing, which will take place at Emmanuel church, Detroit, March 2.

Saturday, February 20, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Married at Lapeer
Jos. Chaussee returned to the city Thursday afternoon from Lapeer, with a bride Mr. Chausse was married Wednesday morning to Miss Josie Yorker, of that city.------

Saturday, February 20, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Pretty Church Wedding
Lieut. W. O. Johnson and Miss May F. Norton United in Holy Bonds
A pretty military wedding took place at St. James church Monday evening. The principals were Lieut. Wm. O. Johnson, of the Nineteenth infantry and Miss Mary May Frances Norton, daughter of Mrs. J. L. Callard. They were supported by Lieut james Ronayne and Miss Elsie Sweatt. ----- The Rev. C. M. Westlake performed the wedding. The bride was given away by her brother Clifton R. Norton. ----------

Saturday, February 27, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Lieut. Frederick George Lawton, Nineteenth infantry, stationed at Fort Brady, and Miss Mary Key, of Detroit, will be married march 10, in that city.

Saturday, February 27, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. McKee celebrated the 27th anniversary of their marriage Monday night, at the Hotel Northern. Many friends were presents.

Saturday, February 27, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
William Watson and Miss Lucinda Buck were married last week. Cinda and Willie please accept our congratulations.

Saturday, March 6, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
The marriage ceremony of Jeremiah Lessard and Miss Philomene Chandonnet was solemnized at St. Mary's church Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. J. Connolly officiated.

Saturday, March 6, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Tenth Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gruender's Party Monday Night
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gruender celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary by giving a german to their friends in commodine Music Hall Monday evening.

Saturday, March 20, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ferguson Celebrate Their Wedding Anniversary ------ The fifth anniversary Tuesday Night.

Saturday, March 20, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Wedded Five Years
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Lipsett Surprised Tuesday Evening–

Saturday, March 27, 1897 Part 1 Page 2
A marriage license was issued Tuesday to Joseph Clark Anderson and Anna Mary Cahow, both of Neebish Island.

Saturday, April 3, 1897 Part 1 Page 7
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
A pleasant wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Fleming Wednesday evening of last week when their daughter, Miss Sarah, was united in marriage with James D. Allen of Pickford. Miss Adelia McKenzie acted as bridesmaid and William Allen as groomsman----The Methodist ceremony was solemized by Rev. C. M. Thompson of Sault Ste. Marie - - The groom is the son of James Allen.---

Saturday, April 3, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
There was a double wedding at Cheybogan Tuesday. The contracting parties being Miss Margaret McRae and Raymond C. Teal and Miss Ethel Montrose Fay and Harry J. Greenway & all members of the Courtney Morgan Theatrical company which appears here next week.

Saturday, April 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Licenses to Wed
Marriage licenses issued during the week are as follows. Samuel Hudson and Jennie Talbot, both of Pickford.
Henry Syer and Annie Mitchell, both of Rosedale
Jno. S. McDonald and Ella S. Clark, both of Pickford
Samuel E. Lutes and Maggie Tullock, both of the Soo.

Saturday, April 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Rev. F. Baynall united in marriage at the residence of Wm. Galloway, Cedar street, Francis J. Coates and Miss Lydia M. Boyd on Tuesday evening.

Saturday, April 17, 1897 Part 1 Page 2
Isaac Kayo, 19 years old, and Myrtle Darroch, aged 16, both of Neaseville, 'hied' themselves to the Canadian Sault last Saturday and were joined in wedlock. They surprised their parents and friends.

Saturday, April 24, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Marriage licenses were issued this week to Charles Wilson and Sophia Thedorf, both of Pickford, and John P. Wessel, of this city, and Katherine A. Fuerest, of Bay City.

Saturday, April 24, 1897 Part 1 Page 4
To Be Wedded Tuesday
John P. Wessel, of the Soo, and Miss Catherine Furrest of Bay City, will be united in marriage at the residence of the brides parents, Prof. and Mrs. B. Katthain, in the latter city, next Tuesday.----

Saturday, May 1, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Marriage license issued during the week were as following.
Loop Manning, Soo, Ont, and Miss Edith Richardson, of this city:
Charles Smith and Archange Fortin, both of this city:
James Frank McKee and Mary Jane Johnson, both of this city.

Saturday, May 1, 1897 Part 1 Page 2
Are Happily Wedded
James F. McKee and Miss Mary Jane Johnson, both of this city, were united marriage Wednesday evening, by Rev. C. P. Bates, at the residence of the bride's father, Robert Johnson, on Hart avenue. Wm. A. Johnson, brother of the bride, acted as groomsman, and Miss Maud M. McKie, sister of the groom, acted as bridesmaid. The bride is a charming young lady with a large circle of friends and acquaintances. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John McKee and a rising young business man. He is associated with his father's in the furniture business.

Saturday, May 1, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Their Crystal Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan Celebrate the Event at Bay Mills
A very happy period in the lives of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sullivan of Bay Mills, was rounded out on Monday April 26, the fifteenth anniversay of their marriage and consequently their crystal wedding. The event was celebrated by the very pretty and impressive ceremony of the Roman Catholic church for such occasions, the Rev. Fr. Rottot, their paster and friend, officiating. -------

Saturday, May 1, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Manning-Richardson Nuptials
Loop Manning, of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont, and Miss Edith Richardson, of this city, were married by Rev. C. P. Bates at the Presbyterian parsonage on Tuesday evening. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Richards, who resides on Portage avenue. She is a young lady having many friends. Mr. Manning is a well known young man of the Soo's sister city.

Saturday, May 8, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
John Hall and Mrs. Anna Price, both of Pickford, were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. C.B. Bates, on Monday.

Saturday, May 8, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Wm. Montgomery and Miss Violet Parent both of the Canadian Sault, were united in marriage there Wednesday morning of last week. Rev. Scott officiated. Mr. Montgomery is a step-son of Donald McFarlane and is well known here.

Saturday, May 15, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Marriage licenses for the week, issued by county clerk Snell, are as follows: Alton E. Daley and Eva Mayhuduseer, Drummond; Frank Wellingotn and Anna McNamara, city;
Edwd. McAdam and Mary A. Flurry, Drummond; R.N.Gallinger and Margaret McLean, city.

Saturday, May 15, 1897 Part 1 Page 7
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
Mr. Lindsey McAdam and Miss Lucy Gibbons were married by Rev. G. D. Strickland the for part of last week. It was kept very quiet, so much so that your correspondent did not hear of it in time for last week's letter. Their many friends wish them much happiness. They had a pleasant wedding party on the 14th inst.

Saturday, May 29, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Married His Sweetheart
Was the only way That She Could Enter This Country
John Overby and Ingeborg Stolton, two Scandanavian immigrants were united in marriage in the waiting room at the Union depot Monday afternoon, by Justice Danforth, in the presence of E. W. Dingman, E. S. B. Sutton and C. C. Williams. The couple were en route from Norway to Menomonie, Wis., and left on the Soo Line at 4:50 the same day for that place. Overby, who is an Amercan citizen, had been visiting at his former home in Norway and brought his prospective bride back with him. It was necessary that the ceremony should be performed before the fair lady could enter the United States.

Saturday, June 5, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
To Be Wedded Next Week
Alfred Roach of this city, and Miss Clara Grignon, of Grand Rapids, Wis., will be united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, next Thursday at noon, Mr. and Mrs. Roach will return to the Soo June 20.

Saturday, June 5, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
During the week marriage licenses were issued to Joel Draper and Frances S. Bronson, both of Brimley: W. H. Atkinson and Annie E. Godfrey, both of this city.

Saturday, June 12, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
At the residence of Rev. D. Casler, Donaldson, June 2, Wm. H. Atkins and Miss Annie E. Godrey, both of Sault Ste. Marie, were united in marriage.

Saturday, June 12, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Miss Cora Bell Ferris, formerly of this city, is to be married to B. A. Brooks, of Greenville, Texas, at that place next month. Miss Ferris went to that city about a year ago to take charge of a large laundry there.

Saturday, June 12, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
McIntosh-Campbell Nuptials
The marriage of Miss Mary J. Campbell and Alexander McIntosh was celebrated at St. Mary's church, at 6 o'clock Wednesday morning. Only a few intimate friends were present at the ceremony and breakfast served at the residence of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh left on a wedding trip to the east at 11 o'clock . They will also visit Mr. McIntosh's old home at Goderich, Ont. –

Saturday, June 12, 1897 Part 1 Page 2
They're Happily Wedded
Miss Clara Campbell and Frank Moore were united in marriage Wednesday at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Campbell, on Elizabeth street. The Rev. C. M. Thompson performed the ceremony in the presence of a few friends and the immediate relatives. Miss Hattie Campbell was the bridesmaid and Geo. Campbell groomsman. —

Saturday, June 12, 1897 Part 1 Page 2
Their Tenth Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. H. von Schon will celebrate their tin wedding next Tuesday evening.-----

Saturday, June 12, 1897 Part 1 Page 4
Wolverine Waifs
Miss Belle Aiken, niece of ex-Congressman S. H. Stephenson, of Menominee and Joseph Willard an actor, eloped from Menomenee last week and were married. Miss Aiken is an heiress and is reputed to be worth $20,000.

Saturday, June 19, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs.Mr. And Mrs. Albert E. Van Every, Petosky, are spending their honeymoon in the city. They were united in marriage at Petosky, Tuesday.

Saturday, June 19, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
A pleasant home wedding was that of Miss Anna L. Barton and William Follis, who were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Wednesday evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. E. Manning of the Canadian Sault, assisted by Rev. C. M. Thompson.

Saturday, July 3, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
Alex Sims and Miss Lizzid Hanna, both of Stalwart, were united in marriage in Sault Ste. Marie, on Monday last.

Saturday, July 3, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
Oak Roe returned from Canada the latter part of last week accompanied by a bride. Congratulations.

Saturday, July 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Riley-Fitzgerald Marriage
A pleasant wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William McCarl Tuesday evening, when John Riley, of Trout Lake, and Miss Nancy Fitzgerald took the vows that made them one for life. The service was performed by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, in the presence of a select company of friends. After the ceremony, all present partook of an excellent supper.--


Saturday, July 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 4
At the M. E. parsonage Tuesday evening, the Rev. C. M. Thompson joined in wedlock Hugh H. Payne and Miss Eleanor E. J. Targart, both of this city.

Saturday, July 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Their Two Hearts Beat As One
William A. Goulding and Miss Helen O'Donnell, both of this city, were united in marriage, Wednesday evening by the Rev. C. M. Thompson. After the ceremony, which took place at the residence of Mrs. McIntyre on Ridge street east, supper was served and a pleasant evening spent by friends of the young couple.

Saturday, July 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Locke McInness and Miss Blanche Bailey were united in marriage by Judge Willoughby Saturday evening. The happy couple are staying at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Leonard's Home on Bald Island.

Saturday, July 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
The wedding of David Melvin and Miss Elda Ladaseur is announced for next Thursday. Invitations have been issued to all their friends.

Saturday, July 10, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Marriage licenses issued
Marriage license issued for the week are as follows:
John Riley, Trout Lake, and Nancy Fitzgeral, of this city. Wm. A. Goulding and Hellen O'Donnell
H. H. Payne and Eleanor E. J. Targart
Ephraim Anderson and Mary McNally of this city.

Saturday, July 17, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Were Secretly Married
H. Lehigh, of this city and Mrs. Alice M. Scott, of Toronto, were quietly married by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, at the Central M. E. parsonage June 23. The marriage was kept secret until this week, when the happy groom told THE NEWS about it.

Saturday, July 17, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
A very pretty wedding occurred last Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents west of the village on which occasion John Stirling and Miss Ruth Rye were launched upon the blissful sea of martrimony.

Saturday, July 17, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
A marriage license was issued Monday to John Whitefield Dorland and Miss Jennie Thompson..

Saturday, July 17, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Anderson-McNally Nuptials
Miss May McNally and Sergt. Ephraim Anderson, of Fort Brady, were united in marriage at the residence of the Rev. J. E. Whalen by that gentleman on Thursday of last week. -----------

Saturday, July 24, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Were Wedded Monday
Fay R. Smith and Miss Agnes I. Fountain were united in marriage at 6:30 o'clock Monday morning, by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Harrison on Dawson street.--------- The young couple left at 8 o'clock that morning for a wedding trip via Mackinac Island and Chicago to Mr. Smith's former home at Broadhead, Iowa. -------

Saturday, July 24, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
John McIntyre, of Munising and Miss Alice Hollinghead were married at the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and mrs. Samuel Hollingshead, Bay Mills, Saturday evening, by the Rev. T. R. Easterday. They will reside in Munising.

Saturday, July 31, 1897 Part 1 Page 7
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
Edwin Seaman and Miss Emma Shannon were united in marriage last Friday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Drumm who has just returned.

Saturday, August 7, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Prominent Detourites Wed
The Rev. Chas. A. Foss, pastor of the M. E. church at Detour, and Frances Elizabeth Mitchell were united in marriage at Detour July 29, by the Rev. C. M. Westlake. Many Soo friends extend felictations to the newly wedded couple ------

Saturday, August 7, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Wedded Across the River
F. L. Allen and Miss M. Lillian Potts, both of this city, hied (hasten) them to the Canadian Soo Tuesday and were united in marriage by the Rev. C. E. Manning, of the M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. Allen have the warmest congratulations of many friends.

Saturday, August 7, 1897 Part 1 Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. Fay R. Smith returned home Monday from their wedding journey.

Saturday, August 7, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
The charming Miss Irene Goff, of Detroit, formerly of the Soo, will wed a Duluth gentleman next month.----

Saturday, August 7, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Edward E. Merrill, of Fort Brady, and Miss Agnes Barr, of this city, were united in marriage Monday morning at 8 o'clock by the Rev. C.P. Bates, at the Presbyterian parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill departed for Chicago immediately after the ceremony.

Saturday, August 7, 1897 Part 1 Page 6
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blank celebrated the 42nd anniversary of their wedding Monday. A family reunion was held in the afternoon.

Saturday, August 14, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Issued
County Clerk Snell issued licenses to wet to the following persons this week.
Frank W. Nelson and Miss Smith, both of Trout Lake.
Chas. Smith, of Bay Mills and Mrs. Lucy Ann Cole, of Brimley.

Saturday, August 14, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Trout Lake Couple Married
On Thursday night Rev. T. R. Easterday tied the nuptial knot for Fred W. Nelson and Miss Mina Smith, both of Trout Lake. The ceremony was performed at Mr. Easterday's resident and the happy couple are spending their honeymoon at the Northern Hotel, from whence they will leave today for Trout Lake, where a furnished home is in readiness for them.

Saturday, August 21, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Marriage of Robert C. Cowan and Miss Mae A. Harrison
The marriage of Robert C. Corwan and Miss Mae Agnes Harrison took place at the residence of the bride's brother H. A. Harrison, on Dawson street. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. M. Thompson, of the Central M. E. church. Master Carl Krafft and Bernice Harrison acted as pages.---------------

Saturday, August 21, 1897 Part 1 Page 3
Miss Irene, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Goff, Detroit is to be married to Mr. Frank Noble Crosby, Aug. 11, at 8 o'clock, at 89 Garfield avenue, Detroit.

Saturday, August 21, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Marriage licensed issued
John Greer, of Dafter, and Sarah Johnston, Pickford.
John Peterson and Johanna Erickson, both of the Soo,
Peter Peleau and Angeline Bergeron, both of Pickford,
Ezra A. Tewksbury and Matilda Dickie, both of the Soo,
Robt. Cowan and May A. Harrison, Soo.

Saturday, August 28, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
A marriage license was issued this week to Petery Ramono and Camilla Mountain, both of this county. The couple were Italians and could not tell in what township or village they resided.

Saturday, September 4, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
On Their Wedding Journey
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McClellan, of Minneapolis, were in the city early in the week on their wedding tour. Mr. McClellan is a member of the McClellan Paper Co., Minneapolis, and was joined in Wedlock, with Miss Margery Bardeen, of Olego, Mich., on Wednesday of last Week.,-----------

Saturday, September 4, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Joined In Wedlock
Marriage of Andrew J. Swift and Miss Mamie Lynch
Andrew J. Swift and Miss Mamie Lynch were joined in wedlock, by Rev. Father J. J. Connolly, at St. Mary's church, Wednesday morning, in the presence of only relatives and a few intimate friends. Miss Frances Rains acted as bridesmaid and John P. Conrick as groomsman. Mr. Swift has been a member of the U.S. engineer corps at this place for the past four years and was recently appointed to a more responsible position at Birmingham, Al., under Asst. Eng. Joseph Ripley. Mrs. Swift is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lynch of Ridge street west. -----------

Saturday, September 4, 1897 Part 1 Page 3
Brimley (Special Correspondence)
A very pretty wedding occurred at Brimley Wednesday evening. The contracting parties were Alfred Florence and Miss Jane Palmer. Both are favourably known here and all wish them a long and happy journey through life. The best man and bridesmaid were J. Palmer and Miss Dolly Florence. Rev. John McGregor officiated. ----

Saturday, September 11, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Licenses to Wed
County clerk Snell issued the following licenses during the week ending last night:
Alex McKay and Mary Aitken, Soo
Patrick Ryan and Mary Crowley, Soo
James Killackey, Bruce Township and Lottie Greenwood, Soo
Daniel Camefon and Emma Greer, Bruce township
Chas. C. Webb, Montreal and Etta C. Adams, Soo
Frank Fuller and Gertrude Albon, Soo.
Saturday, September 11, 1897 Part 1 Page 7
Rosedale (Special Correspondence)
Archie Pringle and Miss Nellie House were married Tuesday. They had a reception in the evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James House.
Saturday, September 18, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Drummond pecial Correspondence)
Edward McAdam and Miss Mary H. Ferry were married Sunday by his honor, Judge Willoughby. Early Monday morning she left her husband to get some of her things from her old home and is now said to by in durance vile. Her father, it is said has locked her up, not being pleased with her marriage.

Saturday, September 18, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
JOINED IN HOLY BONDS
Wedding of Miss Myra A. Trempe and Dr. Clyde D. Pence
A very pretty wedding was that of Miss Myra Annette Trempe, of this city, and Dr. Clyde Dale Pence, of Chicago, at the Presbyterian church, at high noon, Tuesday, which was the bride's birthday. The --------The bride entered on the arm of her father Capt. Alfred P. Trempe, followed by her sidter, Miss Ada Trempe, the bridesmaid and preceded by the ushers, marchee to the alter, where the groom and groomsman, Frank Trempe, brother of the bride were met. The Rev. C. P. Bates performed the wedding ceremony assisted by Rev. T. R. Easterday. --------

Saturday, September 18, 1897 Part 1 Page 8
Dr. F. W. Rundle this week entertained his brother, P. H. Rundle, and wife, who were wedded at Toronto Sept 8, Mr. and Mrs. Rundle departed Wednesday for Dickenson, South Dakota, where they will reside.

Saturday, September 25, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
The engagement of Miss Carrie McNaughton, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. W. W. McNaughton and Clarence Morton Ayres is announced, the wedding to take place early in the winter -----

Saturday, September 25, 1897 Part 1 Page 3
Roy C. Hill , manager for Hargrave & Hill at Grand Marias, joined the army of Benedicts Saturday by taking unto himself a wife in the person of Miss Crawley, of Grand Marais.

Saturday, September 25, 1897 Part 1 Page 5
Drummond (Specical Correspondence)
Nelson Fisher and Miss Jessie Bailey were married Sunday by Rev. G. D. Stricklan, at the residence of the bride's parents. The happy couple, after a wedding dinner, departed for Archie McCullum's city at the Potagannissing River. ----

Saturday, October 2, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
A Prospective Marriage
Miss Lucinda A. Robbins and W. A. Rudell to be Wedded.
The wedding will take place at the home of the bride's parents at Reed City, this state next Wednesday evening Oct 6.

Saturday, October 2, 1897 Part 1 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Issued
Ottis S. Gooch and Josephine Jachalke, both of the Soo
Abram Rissor, Soo and Irene Flack of Neebish Island

Saturday, October 9, 1897 Page 1
Their Cyrstal Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. John A. France Celebrate the Event Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. France entertained a few friends Tuesday evening at their home at the corner of Maple and Sova streets. The occasion was the fifteenth anniversary of their marriage.-----------

Saturday, October 9, 1897 Page 1
This Week's Marriage License
W. A. Rudell, Soo, and Miss Lucinda A. Robbins, Reed City.
B. Franklin Merve, of Kenosha Wis., and Margaret J. McDonald of Pickford
James Brock and Nettie McAdams, both of Drummond Island
Martin H. Morgan and Josephine Rall, both of this city.

Saturday, October 9, 1897 Page 2
Detour (Special Correspondence)
Rueben Woods, of Cheboygan and Miss Lulu Watson, of Detour, were united in marriage Sept. 25. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. S. L. Clark, in the Presbyterian church, in the presence of a full house.

Saturday, October 9, 1897 Page 3
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
A very pretty and quiet wedding took place Monday, Aug 4, at the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McDonald, when Miss Margaret, second youngest daughter, and Frank Werve were united in the hold bonds of matrimony. Miss Hope McDonald acted as bridesmaid and Wm. G. Miller as groomsman ----- The young couple left for their future home in Kenosha, Wis.

Saturday, October 9, 1897 Page 8
WORK OF CUPID
Little God of Love Secures Many Captives this Week
Wm. A. Rudell, of this city, and Miss Lucinda A. Robbins, of Reed City, were united in marriage Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents at the later place. After a short wedding trip to Berlin, Ont., former home of the groom, the young couple will come to the Soo to reside. Mr. Rudell is a member of the firm of Rudell & Conway and is one of the city's most enterprising young business men. ----
[] Weld T. Burdick, formerly of the Soo but now of Newbury, and Miss Blanche Young, were united in marriage recently, at the home of the bride's parents, at Romeo, Mich. Mr. Burdick is employed at the Upper Peninsula Hospital for Insane, at Newberry, and his bride was former attendant at the infirmary of that instituion-------.
[] Wm. Hickey, an employee of the Stevens Grocery Co. and Miss Kittie Graham, of Alpena, were united in marriage at the latter place Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hickey arrive in the city, Wednesday to reside.
[] Wm. McNabb and Miss Ellen Logan, both of Dafter, were married at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Troyer, on Ferris street on Friday evening Oct. 1. The Rev. Bagnall officiating.

Saturday, October 16, 1897 Page 1
Engagement Announce
------------ Upon the arrival of the guests the residence was placed in charge of Lieut. C. F. Crain, who there upon announced his engagement to Miss Anna Jackson, a talented and charming young lady of Chicago.-----------

Saturday, October 16, 1897 Page 1
Mrs. Jessie Fowie to Wed.
Mrs. Jessie Fowie returned Sunday from a trip to Buffalo. He engagement to Chas. T. McKinstry, of Cleveland, was announced this week. The wedding will take place the coming winter.-------

Saturday, October 16, 1897 Page 5
Wm. J. Crawford, ex-turnkey of the county jail, returned home last evening from a trip to Eastern Canada. He was accompanied by a bride.

Saturday, October 23, 1897 Page 1
Returned With a Bride
Richard Larke, one of Chippewa county's most prosperous young farmers, and Miss Lena Becking, a charming young lady of Silver Valley, Ont., were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parent's Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Larke arrived in the city Wednesday evening. -----
A reception was given Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larke, in honor of their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larke,----.
Saturday, October 23, 1897 Page 1
Joined In Wedlock
William J. Tretheway, of Goderich, Ont., and Miss Sarah TenEyck of this city, were united in marriage Thursday evening, Oct. 21st., at the residence of bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. TenEyck, corner of Stephen R. and Emiline streets, the Rev. C. Bates officiating. James Ten Eyck and Miss Effie McKay acted as groomsman and bridesmaid.

Saturday, October 23, 1897 Page 1
Marriages Licenses
Patrick Lawless, Bay Mills and Miss Mary Donnelly, Barbeau
John H. Smith, Ontario and Miss Ella Hearn, Corrine
Thos. M. Barry, Soo, and Mrs. Margaret H. Frederick, Soo
Wm. J. Trethway, Goderich, Ont. and Sarah J. TenEyck, Soo
John McDonald, Soo and Miss Mabel Miller, Soo.

Saturday, October 23, 1897 Page 4
John McGregor of Rosedale and Miss McDonald of Grey county, Ont., were united in marriage Monday in the Soo.

Saturday, October 30, 1897 Page 8
Marie Mabel, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Wm. Frichette and Fred LaLonde were joined in wedlock by the Rev. Fr. McDonald, at St. Mary's church Wednesday morning.

Saturday, October 30, 1897 Page 3
Carl Van Auken, son of the Rev. J. C. Van Auken, formerly of the Soo but now of White Cloud, Mich., will be united in marriage with Miss Olive Morgan of Traverse city, next Tuesday.

Saturday, November 6, 1897 Page 1
County Clerk Snell Issued Marriage License to the following this Week
John A. Brule, and Maggie Jondrau, Soo
John A. Bottrell and Mary J. McCracken, Soo.

Saturday, November 6, 1897 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Newton will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their marriage, or silver wedding, at their home on Court street this evening.

Saturday, November 13, 1897 Page 1
Silver Wedding Celebration
The silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lewton was celebrated Saturday evening at their home on Court street. -----

Saturday, November 13, 1897 Page 7
Pine Grove (Special Correspondence)
John Abbott and Miss Kate Hoornstra will be united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Hoornstra, next Wednesday.

Saturday, November 13, 1897 Page 8
Little God of Love Ensnares Many Captives This Week.
John T. Lounds of this city and Miss Elizabeth Long, of Rosedale were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon, at the residence of and by The Rev. T. R. Easterday. The groom is a son of Isaac Lounds, the well known draymas, and the bride is a daughter and sister were all baptized by the Rev. Mr. Easterday in their infancy.
[] Miss Ida Hand daughter of Constabel and Mrs. Wm. Hand and
Wilber A. Baker were joined in wedlock Wednesday evening by the Rev. C. M. Westlake at the home of the bride's parents, on Gurnoe alley.------------
[] Alexander Munson and Miss Alice McDonald were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents on Hay Lake road. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. W. Stalker.
[] James Miller and Mrs. Mary A. Atkinson, both of this city, were united in marriage Thursday evening by the Rev. E. Bagnall.
[] John Abbott and Miss Kate Hoornstra, of Pine Grove, will be united in marriage Thursday evening by the Rev. F. Bagnall.

Saturday, November 13, 1897 Page 8
Marriage License were issued by County clerk Snell this week.
John T. Lounds, Soo and Elizabeth Long, Rosedale
Wilber A. Baker, Soo and Ida Hand, Soo
James Miller, Soo and Mrs. Mary A. Atkinson, Soo.
John Abbott, Soo and Kate Hoornstra, Soo
Oliver Cayo, Soo and Mrs. Lorinda Darrah, Soo
David Senogles, Vinton and Clara Eugenie Gilroy, Kinross.

Saturday, November 20, 1897 Page 8
IN HYMEN'S HALTER
Several Couples Made Happy By Wedding This Week
R. K. West, formerly of Collingwood, Ont., but now of the Canadian Soo, and Mrs. Frances L. Kirk, of this city were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at the Canadian Soo. Rev. Manning, of the M. E. church, performed the ceremony. Mrs. West is recording secretary of the Ladies Ivy Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 26, and an active member of the Central M. E. church of this city. She has resided in the Sault for several years. Mr. West is empolyed by the Sault Ste. Marie, Pulp and Paper Co., at the Canadian Soo. He also is a member of the Methodist church. Mr and Mrs. West will make their residence in the Canadian Soo.
[] John Abbott and Miss Kate Hoornstra were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Hoornstra, of Pine Grove----------
[] George S. Beck and Miss Eliza Coulter were united in marriage by the Rev. A. W. Stalker, Wednesday evening, at the Central M. E. church.

Saturday, November 27, 1897 Page 1
Frank H. Brooks and Miss Cooper Joined in Holy Bonds
Frank H. Brooks departed Monday for Detroit, where he was united in marriage with Miss Eleanora M. Cooper of Chicago, Wednesday afternoon. The bride is well known and has many friends here. Mr. Brooks is a popular young electrician , is engageed as armature winder by the Edison Sault Electric Co., ----

Saturday, November 27, 1897 Page 1
Miss Julia Shouldice and Terrence Kennedy, both of Dafter were united in marriage Wednesday morning at St. Mary's church by Rev. Fr. Mcdonald.

Saturday, November 27, 1897 Page 5
Invitations were issued this week by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shafer, of Brimley's for the marriage of their niece, Miss Elizabeth Nicholas, to Alex. Clark. The ceremony will take place next Wednesday evening, at the Shafer home.

Saturday, December 4, 1897 Page 1
Clarke-Nicholas Nuptials
A Pretty Wedding at the Shafer Residence at Brimley Wednesday
A very pretty wedding occurred at the residence of Frank Shafer, Brimley, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The contracting parties were Alexander Clarke, formerly of Orillia, Ont, but for several years associated with Mr. Shafer in the management of the Hotel business, and Miss Elizabeth Nicholas, late of Port Stanley, Ont., but who has been resideng with Mr. and Mrs. Shafer, here uncle and aunt, for the past two months. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. H. Townsend, of Bay Mills, in the presence of a few intimate friends. ----- They will reside in Brimley.

Saturday, December 4, 1897 Page 1
A Prospective Wedding
The marriage of C. M. Ayer and Miss Carrie McNaughton will take place at the residence of the prospective bride's parents Capt. and Mrs. W. W. McNaughton on Ridge street, at noon Dec 14. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. C. M. Westlake, of St. James, Episcopal church.

Saturday, December 11, 1897 Page 1
The engagement of Miss Carrie B. McMahon, of this city and Frank H. Baldorff, of Strongville, was announce this week. The wedding will take place upon the arrival home of the bride's mother Mrs. Minerva McMahon next week. - ---

Saturday, December 18, 1897 Page 1
A Pretty Wedding
Marriage of Clarence M. Ayres and Miss Carrie McNaughton
One of the prettiest of home weddings was that of Miss Carrie McNaughton, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. W. W. McNaughton to Clarence Morton Ayres, which took place at noon Tuesday at the home of the bride's parents, on Ridge street west. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. M. Westlake.----- Miss Mamie McNaughton, a sister, was the bridesmaid and Harry C. McNaughton, brother of the bride supported the groom. ------- Mr. and Mrs. Ayres departed on a honeymoon on the afternoon train to Chicago and St. Joseph, Mo., They will spend the holidays at the last named place with the parents of Mr. Ayres. After Jan 25 they will be at home to their Soo friends. The bride was born in the Soo.-----

Saturday, December 18, 1897 Page 5
James B. Reardon, of Dafter, and Mrs. Annie Moore, of this city, were united in marriage at the Buffalo House yesterday at 4:30 o'clock that afternoon.-------

Saturday, December 18, 1897 Page 6
Albert E. LaGrill and Ellen E. Graham, both of this city were united in marriage at the Buffalo House, Dec. 12, by the Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday, December 25, 1897 Page 5
Robert Naper and Miss Annie Tegart were united in marriage at Regina, N.W.T., Dec 2. The bride is a sister of Mrs. P. M. Moore, of this city, and the second daughter of Edward Tegart, formerly of Soo, Ont., papers please copy.

Saturday, December 25, 1897 Page 8
During the Week Marriage Licenses were issued:
Martin Francis and Ida Waybrant, both of Detour
Thos. J. Bridge and Susan Agnew, Brimley
Harry Wynn and Catherine McDougal, Brimley
Thos. Leach, Pickford and Bertha Flewelling, Rudyard
William A. Hart, Detour and Georgiana Flewelling, Rudyard.
Saturday January 1st, 1898 Page 1
Many Couples Made Happy By Marriage This Week
[] A very pretty marriage ceremony was performed at St. James' Episcopal church, Tuesday at 10 o'clock a.m. Rev. C. M. Westlake the rector, officiated and Miss Carrie McEvoy presided at the organ. The contracting parties were Miss Edna Kent, daughter of Mrs. M. J. Kent, of this city, and Donald Carmichael, of Calumet. The groom was attended by Harry Johnston as groomsman and Master Ray MacGillvray as page. The bride, who was beautifully attired in a light blue silk dress, trimmed with lace and pearls, was presented by her brother Fred. Miss Alice Callahan acting as bridesmaid and little "Carol" Hayes as maid of honor.--
[] Herman Boyle and Miss Naomi Porteous, both of this city, were united in marriage by Rev. C. P. Bates, Tuesday evening. The ceremony occurred in the future home of the young couple at 141 Maple street, which was made ready in advance. A wedding supper was served to a large number of guests.
[] At the Presbyterian parsonage Wednesday morning, the Rev. C. P. Bates performed the ceremony which united in holy bonds James McDonald, of Brantford, Ont, and Miss Frances Jane Pritchard, of Bruce County, Ont. The couple departed the same day for Duluth, where they will reside.
[] Lyman Phillips and Miss Ellen Creighton, both of this city were united in marriage by the Rev. C. P. Bates, at the Presbyterian Parsonage Wednesday evening. Mr. Phillips is leader of the Soo City brass band.
[] John McPhail of Bruce Mines, Ont, and Miss Bell McArthur, of this city were united in marriage, at the Canadian Soo, Wednesday. The happy couple will reside on the farm of the groom near Bruce Mines.
[] Patrick Kelly, of Fort Brady, and Miss Carrie Venn, of Bar River, Ont., were united in marriage, by the Rev. J. K. MacGillivray, at his residence on Easterday avenue, Wednesday evening.
[] John Fisher and Mrs. Belle Hennelly, both of Bay Mills, were united in marriage by the Rev. Rotlat at St. Mary's church Wednesday morning. They will reside at Bay Mills.

January 8th 1898 Page 1
Two Golden Weddings
There will be Celebrated in the Soo Within a short time
The celebration, of two golden weddings within the space of one month in a place of the population of the Soo, is not only somewhat unusual but remarkable as well. Yet there are in this city two wellknown couples of old people who are drawing near to a close of half a century of wedded life and who are planning to appropreate by celebrate the consumation of such a happy event.
[] The first of these golden wedding celebrations will be that of Mr. and Mrs. John White. It will be held at 7 o'clock on the evening of Monday Jan 24 in the Cracknell block.---
[] The othe celebration will be that of Capt and Mrs. W. P. Spalding of Portage avenue east. Capt. and Mrs. Spalding have resided in this city for nearly half a century. ----

Saturday January 15, 1898 Page 1
Hickler-Forbes Nuptials
Former Residents of the Soo are Wedded in California
John Hickler, the well known dredgeman, for many years actively engaged in business here was united in marriage with Mrs. Mary Forbes, at Pasedena, California, Tuesday, January 4. The announcement will be no surprise to the friends of the contracting parties for the reason that it has been quite generally understood for sometime that the event would transpire.
Pasadena Daily News said:
The marriage of Mrs. Mary Forbes and Mr. John Hickler was solemized yesterday afternoon at the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Saud (unreadable) a large article but impossible to read.

Saturday January 22, 1898 Page 1
IN HYMENEAL BONDS
Marriage of Chas. T. McKinstry and Mrs. Jessie P. Fowle
Chas. T. McKinstry of Cleveland and Mrs. Jessie Payne Fowle, of this city were united in marriage Monday afternoon, at the residence of Sheriff and Mrs. John McNaughton. Rev. C. P. Bates officiated. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. McKinstry departed for Little Rock, Ark., where Mr. McKinstry will take a position as manager of the Telephone Construction Company.

Saturday January 22, 1898 Page 7
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
A double wedding took place Saturday evening, Jan 15, at the residence of the Rev. G. D. Strickland, who officiated. {later there is a correction to 2nd one}
Frank Matthews and Miss Virginia Strickland, daughter of Dr. W. T. Strickland and Chas. Anderson and Miss Maggie Shannon, were the contracting parties. An elegant wedding supper was served by Mrs. Strickland, after the ceremony, to the two couples and their friends.

Saturday January 29, 1898 Page 1
The fifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Morrish occurred Tuesday.-----

Saturday January 29, 1898 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs J. J. Veyet were given a surprise party by a number of friends Monday night on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of their marriage. —

Saturday January 29, 1898 Page 5
Wedding at Rosedale
Robert C. Smith and Miss Ada May Paxman Joined in Holy Bonds
A happy event occurred at the residence of John Paxman, of Rosedale, on Wednesday evening, when his daughter, Miss Ada May, was united in marriage with Robert C. Smith formerly of Port Elgin, Ont. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. R. MacGillivray, the pastor at large of the Presbyterian church, and was witnessed by the immediate relatives and friends of the contracting parties. Miss May Beach was bridesmaid: A. F. Paxman attended the groom, and the bride was given away by her father. After the not was tied, all sat down to a fine supper. The same evening Mr. and Mrs. Smith drove th their new home on the farm of Alex. Atkins.

Saturday January 29, 1898 Page 7
Drummond
Your correspondent was misinformed in the report of a double wedding last week. Frank Mathews and Miss Virginia Strickland were married as reported, but Chas. Anderson and Miss Maggie Shannon still remain in single blessedness. At least we are so informed. We hope this will be accepted as an apology.

Saturday January 29, 1898 Page 7
Joined in Wedlock
Marriage of Alfred Branigan and Miss Anna Rey, Tuesday
Alfred Branigan And Miss Anna Rea were joined in wedlock at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening, at the residence of Mrs. El J. Ireland on Sprice avenue west, in the presence of a few friends, and relatives The Rev. F. Bagnall officiated. — — — The bride is a niece of Mrs. J. W. McTavish and Mrs. N. L. Martin and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Rea, of Carman, Man.

Saturday February 5, 1898 Page 8
Now They're Happy
Eight Hearts That Were Made To Beat as Four This Week
[] Hiram J. Moore, formerly of this city, but now of Calumet and Miss Mary Dickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Dickson, of this city, were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents on Spruce avenue west. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. P. Bates. Miss Stella Irwin acted as bridesmaid and W. H. Dickson, brother of the bride and an old Soo boy, but now of Bay Mills, as groomsman. Only relatives and a few intimate friends were in attendance. The bride is a charming young lady. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Moore, of this city – —
[] Samuel Elliott and Miss Annie Jenkins were united in marriage Monday evening at the residence of the bride's brother, Harry Jenkins on Ashmun street. The Rev. J. H. Sowerby, officiated. W. J. Armstrong acted as groomsman and Miss Sarah McDonald as bridesmaid. After the ceremony guests to the number of about 40 partook of a splendid wedding supper. The bride has resided in the Soo for two years, and is an accomplished young lady. The groom is the junior member of Elliott Bros., bakers and is an engergetic and exemplary young man.
[] Hugh Brown and Miss Mary Edith Hassard, two poplar young people were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's mother at Pine Grove. The Rev. T. R. Easterday performed the ceremony, only a few immediate friends and relatives being present. Mr. Brown has a farm at Rudyard on which he will soon reside with hie nely acquired helpmeet.
[] Francis H. Freeborn and Miss Margaret H Mitchell were united in marriage Monday, Jan 31 at the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell, in Neaseville. Rev. C. P. Bates officiated. The happy young couple departed the same day for Minneapolis, where their honeymoon will be spent. Mr. Freeborn is on engineer on the Soo line and a brother of W. J. and Geo. Freeborn and Miss Emma Freeborn of this city.

Saturday February 12th 1898 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Hines celebrated the second anniversary of their marriage Friday evening ----
Saturday February 19th 1898 Page 1
Marriage licenses were issued to the following couples this week by County Clerk Snell
John Hanson and B. Mary Doyle, both of Sault Ste. Marie.
Gilbert H. Moore and Ida M. Ranson, both of Sault Ste. Marie
Joseph Johnson and Josephine Bruno, of Brimley

Saturday February 19th 1898 Page 1
A Golden Wedding
Capt. and Mrs. W. P. Spalding Will Celebrate It
Fifty Years of happy wedded life bearly all of which was lived at the Soo will be rounded out next Tuesday, by Capt. and Mrs. W. P. Spalding, two of the city's most highly respected residents. ----

Saturday February 19th 1898 Page 1
Gilbert Moore and Miss Ida Ranson were united in marriage at St. Mary's church , Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock by the Rev. Fr. J.J.Connolly. Miss Rose O'Brien acted as bridesmaid and Wm. Ranson , brother of the bride as groomsman.---- the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ransome on Portage avenue east.

Saturday February 26th 1898 Page 1
County clerk Snell issued marriage licenses to the following during the past week
[] Joseph S. Burchill and Mrs. Eliza J. Irelnad, both of the Soo
[] Fred W. Weller and Mrs. Mary Weller both of the Soo
[] John J. Henderson and Miss Salena Warner, both of the Soo.
[] Frank Van Dusen, Michigan Soo, and Miss Phoebe Turner, Canadian Soo.

Saturday February 26th 1898 Page 2
Jos. S. Burchill and Mrs. Ellen I. Ireland, were united in marriage Tuesday evening by the Rev. F. Bagnall at the residence of the bride on Spruce avenue west. Arthur McMillan acted as groomsman and Mrs. Annie H. Agar as bridesmaid. Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present.

Saturday February 26th 1898 Page 2
John J. Henderson and Mary Selena Warner were united in marriage. Tuesday evening at the residence of the bride's parents on Cedar street. The Rev. C. M. Westlake performed the ceremony.

Saturday March 12th 1898 Page 1
Peacock-Hughes
Pretty Wedding at the Home of Wm. Howlett Wednesday
On Wednesday afternoon a very pretty wedding took place at the residence of Wm. Howlett at Pine Rest. The contracting parties were James Walton Peacock, of the Canadian Soo, and Miss Jennie Hughes daughter of Mrs. Wm. Howlett and granddaughter of Mrs. Jas. Carley. The bride looked quite charming in a gown of navy blue satin with chiffon and lace. Miss Carrie Mosson acted as bridesmaid and W. Wright of the Canadian Soo supported the groom. After the ceremony which was performed by Rev. J. K. McGillivray paster at large, the wedding party repaired to the dining room. – — Their future home across the river.


Saturday March 12th 1898 Page 2
Bay Mills (Special Correspondence)
R. A. Caley and Miss Dorothy E. Grimm were joined in wedlock at the home of the groom at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening. The young couple have the warmest congratulations of many friends


Saturday March 19th 1898 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
The following license to wed were issued by County Clerk Snell this week
[] Alexander Patterson, Canadian Soo and Miss Ella Molland, this city
[] Charles T. Barr and Carrie W. Batterman, both of the Soo
[] Geo. J. McKee and Mary Jane Gardner both of Rudyard

Saturday March 26th 1898 Page 8
A marriage license was issued this week to Nelson Abear and Miss Lillie Gondreau, both of Detour. Mr. Abear is keeper of the Detour light.

Saturday April 2nd 1898 Page 4
McLean-Sibbals Nuptials
Archie McLean and Miss Mary Sibbald were united in mariage Tuesday evening, by the Rev. J. K. MacGillivray, at the residence of John Armstrong, brother-in-law of the bride Miss Sara McLean acted as bridesmaid and Thomas Anthony as groomsman. The young couple will reside on Easterday avenue.

Saturday April 2nd 1898 Page 5
Detour
The approaching marriage of Miss Lille Jondreau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Jondreau, and Nelson Abare, was announced last Sunday. The wedding will take place on Easter Sunday at the Roman Catholic church. Nelson says it will be just a family wedding and that on Monday evening, April 11, the Maccabee hall will be the feature of the evening and all are invited to attend.

Saturday April 9th 1898 Page 8
Marriage Licenses
County clerk Snell issued marriage licenses this week
Noble H. Hoath, of Ontario and Miss Sara Jan Walker, of Pickland.
Peter Yon and Miss Lottie VanLuven, both of Iroquois
Walter Holt and Miss Frank J. Gregg, both of the Soo.

Saturday April 16th 1898 Page 1
Marriage Licenses were issued during the week by County Clerk Snell to the following happy couples.
[] George Porter, of Dafter, and Hattie Cameron, of Kinross
[] Kenneth McKenzie and Suley Catherine Wilcox, both of Sault Ste. Marie

Saturday April 16th 1898 Page 2
Detour
The wedding bells rang joyously at Detour, Sunday morning last, at 9 o'clock, when Miss Lillie Jandreau and Nelson Abare were united in matrimony by the Rev. Fr. w. A. Mtynarexyk, at the Roman Catholic church. The bride was attired in navy blue trimmed with pearl grey, carried white carnations and was attended by her sister Miss Maggie. Samuel Paul waited on the groom. Owing to the absence of the church organist Mr. Abare was compelled to leave the church without experiencing the joy of a wedding march. The church was filled with people of every denomination to witness the marriage. The groom looked swell in his light house keeper's uniform..- - -
Saturday April 16th 1898 Page 5
Kenneth McKenzie and Miss Suley Catherine Wilcox, both of this city were united in marriage Wednesday evening by the Rev. T. R. Easterday.

Saturday April 23rd 1898 Page 5
Elm Grove
George Porter and Miss Hattie Cameron were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last week.

Saturday April 23rd 1898 Page 8
Licensed to Wed
[] Jacob Schopp and Miss Lena Broad, both of Detour
[] Moise Brunet, Sault Ste. Marie and Miss Corinne Davush, St. Eugenen, Ont.
[] John W. Pittman and Miss Mary Turner, both of this city.

Saturday April 23rd 1898 Page 8
John Tippman and Miss Mary Turner were united in marriage by the Rev. J. H. Sowerby at Geo. Tesky's residence on Ashmund street Wednesday afternoon.

Saturday April 30th 1898 Page 1
Dayton-Smith Nuptials
Geo. E. Dayton and Miss Lizzied Smith, both of Trout Lake were united in marriage, by the Rev. T. R. Easterday, at the residence of the latter, Wednesday.

Saturday April 30th 1898 Page 5
Marriage at Pickford
Joseph Maltas and Miss Lottie Daley were joined in wedlock, at the home of the bride's parents, at Pickford, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Maltas was for a number of years in the employ of Fred R. Price in this city, but for some months has been conducting a drug store of his own at Pickford.

Saturday April 30th 1898 Page 5
Marriage Licenses were issued this week as follows
[] Joseph Maltas and Miss Loretta Daley, both of Pickford
[] Terry Kennedy and Miss Julia Shouldice, both of Dafter.

Saturday April 30th 1898 Page 7
The Wedding of Miss Laura Broade and J. Schopp was solemnized April 22, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Clark. Immediately after the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Schopp left on a bridaly tour. - - -

Saturday May 7th 1898 Page 4
The banns of Miss Ida Sykes and Robert Ermatinger were announced at St. Mary's church last Sunday morning. The young couple are to be wedded May 16.

Saturday May 7th 1898 Page 5
The marriage of R. N. Dennis and Miss M. E. Patterson was solemnized Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Ross, on William street. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. R. Easterday.

Saturday May 7th 1898 Page 8
County Clerk Snell issued marriage license to the following during the week.
[] Morgan Cavanaugh and Miss May Lunday, both of the Soo
[] R. N. Dennis, Soo, and Miss M. P. Patterson, Beeton,Ont.
[] Robert Boulton and Miss Lillith Bloomingdale, both of Rudyard.

Saturday May 14th 1898 Page 5
Thos. S. Rehill, formerly of the Soo, but now of Houghton county, and Miss May S. McCoy, were united in marriage Monday afternoon, by the Rev. C. P. Bates, at the residence of the bride's father Joseph McCoy, on Ashmun street. The young couple reside in Houghton county.

Saturday June 25th 1898 Page 1
County Clerk Snell issued marriage license to the following couples this week
[] Peter Jacobs and Miss Mary Watts, both of the Soo.
[] Jeremiah Compau, Brimley and Miss Mary Louise Lebig, West Neebish
[] Patrick J. Kelley, Dafter and Mrs. Julia Ann Sullivan, Soo.

Saturday July 2nd 1898 Page 4
Miss Elsie Scribner Weds
Joined in Wedlock at Arggle, Wash. June 1
A Friday Harbour, Wash, paper contains the following marriage announcement of Miss Elsie L. Schriber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Scribner who for many years wre residents of Brimley.
Proff. C. N.S. Tucker and Miss Elsie L. Scribner, the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Scribner, were united in marriage, at their future home at Arygle, Wednesday June 1, 1898, at high noon. Rev. T. L. Dyer paster of the M. E. church of this city, officiating, in the presence of about twenty-five relatives and intimate friends of the happy couple, who were attended by Miss Ada Mullis as bridesmaid and Mr. Milo Smoots as best man. After congratulations the guests were invited to the dining room, where a rich and bountiful wedding repast awaited them. The bride was attired in a gown of rich blue silk and carried a bouquet of white roses. The groom wore the conventional black. - - - - -

Saturday July 2nd 1898 Page 4
Two Couples Wedded
[] On Wednesday evening, at the Presbyterian parsonage, Rev. C. P. Bates joined in marriage Halsey D. Newcomb, of Bruce township and Miss Mary E. Jolly, of this city.
[] At the residence of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. TenEyck, corner of Emeline and Stephen R. streets, James TenEyck and Miss Maggie McLeod were united in marriage by Rev. C. P. Bates, Thursday evening. Andrew McRae and Miss Effie McKay stood up with the contracting parties.

Saturday July 2nd 1898 Page 8
Three Happy Couples
County Clerk Snell issued marriage licenses this week to the following:
[] Halsey D. Newcomb, of Bruce township and Mary E. Jolley, of this city
[] Narcosse Bergeron and Delim Beloit, both of Kilden, Mich.
[] James TenEyck and Maggie McLeod, of the Soo

Saturday July 2nd 1898 Page 8
Wedded at Grand Marais
George H. Miles, formerly editor of the Grand Marais Leader, and Miss Clara Fraser Snyder, were united in marriage, Wednesday evening at St. Andrew Episcopal church, Grand Marais. - - -

Saturday July 7th 1898 Page 1
Wedding Anniversary Celebration
The twelth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Higgins was celebrated by Mrs. Higgins yesterday afternoon by entertaining a number of her lady friends by a sail and dinner on the yacht Gladys. - - -

Saturday July 16th 1898 Page 1
Marriage licenses This week count clerk Snell issued marriage license to
[] Joseph A. Van Luven and Annie E. Moulton of Iroquois
[] Victor Weston and Maggie Parish, all of Iroquois, Mich.

Saturday July 16th 1898 Page 8
To Be Wedded Tuesday
Approaching Nuptials of G. S. WesCott and Miss Cecelia Audette
The approaching marriage of Prof. Geo. WesCott and Miss Cecelia Audette was announce this week. It will take place at St. Mary's church next Tuesday morning.— Miss Audette is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Audette of Maple street.

Saturday July 23rd 1898 Page 1
MARRIED
On Monday evening, Rev. A. W. Stalker officiated, Barnett W. Varcon and Martha Crawford, both of the Soo.

Saturday July 23rd 1898 Page 8
Joined in Wedlock
Marriage of Prof. G. S. WesCott and Miss Cecelia Audette.
Prof. Geo. S. WesCott and Miss Cecelia Audette were united in marriage at St. Mary's church, at 5:30 o'clock Tuesday morning by the Rev. Fr. J. J. Connolly, in the presence of a large number of friends. - - - -

Saturday July 23rd 1898 Page 8
Frederick Stewart and Mrs. Margaret Bacon, both of this city were united in marriage Monday evening by Rev. C. P. Bates, at the Bacon boarding house, Water street. They were supported by Augustus Harman, of this city and Miss Lottie Shaule of Cloudslee, Ont.

Saturday July 30th 1898 Page 5
Peter A. Foote, of Sagninaw and Mrs. Kittie McLellan, Soo, were applicants for a marriage license Wednesday.

Saturday July 30th 1898 Page 8
Married
In the parlor of the Fountain House, this city, on Wednesday evening, Peter A. Foote, of Saginaw, and Miss Kate McLellan, of the Soo. Rev. A. W. Stalker, officiated

Saturday August 6th 1898 Page 1
Wedded and Lived Here 43 Years
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blank celebrated the anniversary of 43 years of happy wedded life Tuesday by a family gathering at their residence on West Portage avenue - - - Mr. and Mrs. Blank were united in marriage in the Soo by Rev. Abel Bingham an have resided here continuously.

Saturday August 6th 1898 Page 8
Miss Sarah E. Bassett, of this city, and Thos. E. Hubbard of Owen Sound were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at St. James' church by the Rev. Wm. Johnson. The couple are both deaf mutes, and the ceremony was witnessed by a large number of people.

Saturday August 13th 1898 Page 2
Butler - Johnson Nuptials
Edward Butler, of Marquette and Miss Anna Johnson, of this city were united in marriage at the rectory of St. Mary's church Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Fr. Connolly officiating. Miss Nellie Johnson was bridesmaid and Micheal McGraw, of St. Ignace best man. Mr. and Mrs. Butler will reside in Marquette.

Saturday August 13th 1898 Page 8
Licensed to become One
Marriage licenses were issued to the following couples during the week by County Clerk Snell
[] Jacob Andry and Miss Anna Shennas both of the Soo
[] Edward J. Butler, Marquette and Miss Anna Johnston, Soo
[] D. O. Vigeant and Miss Maggie Sims, Soo
[] William B. Towers, Rat Portage and Miss Lucy A. Maton, St. Catherines
[] Robert a. Gordon and Miss Emma Hand, both of the Soo
[] Benjamin N. Forlow, Sagninaw and Miss N. Carrie Dalvey, Detour.

Saturday August 13th 1898 Page 8
Gordon-Hand Wedding
The marriage of Miss Emma Hand daughter of Wm. Hand, and Robert A. Gordon was solemnized Monday evening at the residence of Mrs. Geo. H. Ley, Ridge street, Rev. T. B. Easterday officiating. Wm. J. Gordon and Miss Vina Smart acted as bestman and bridesmaid. - - - -

Saturday August 20th 1898 Page 1
Lauzon-LeBlanc Wedding
Lucian Lauzon and Mrs. Mary LeBlanc were united in marriage at St. Mary's church, by Rev. Fr. Connolly Monday morning. They were supported by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Menard. After the wedding breakfast at the Lake View House, Mr. and Mrs. Lauzon departed for Toronto on a wedding trip. Their many friends extend hearty congratulations.

Saturday August 20th 1898 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Issued
County Clerk Snell issued marriage licenses this week to the following couples:
[] Joseph Ferguson, of Alpena and Miss Anne Ross, of this city.
[] Freeman J. Ellis, Trout Lake and Miss Alice McGahey, Dafter.

Saturday August 20th 1898 Page 1
A baby boy arrived Wednesday morning to gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lapish

Saturday August 20th 1898 Page 1
Married at Marquette
Capt. J. W. Ferguson, of Alpena, and Miss Kate Ross, daughter of Mrs. C. Ross, of this city, were united in marriage at the Presbyterian church, Marquette, Wednesday. The bride's wedding dress was of white brocaded satin with pearl trimmings.. Capt. and Mrs. Ferguson will visit the Soo enroute to their future home at Alpena.

Saturday August 20th 1898 Page 8
Frank Bassett and Miss Lizzie Williams will be united in marriage next Wednesday.

Saturday August 27th 1898 Page 7
Civil engineer M.G. Barnes and Miss Mina Wood were united in marriage Aug 17, at Strathburn, Ont.

Saturday August 27th 1898 Page 7
Capt. W. J. Ferguson and bride formerly Miss Annie Ross daughter of Mrs. C. Ross of Brown street departed Wednesday, for their future home at Alpena. Capt. and Mrs. Ferguson were united in marriage at Marquette last week.

Saturday August 27th 1898 Page 8
The following couples were granted marriage licenses this week by County Clerk Snell
[] Joseph LaPlant, jr. and Miss Lizzie Williams, Soo
[] Nelson J. Nault, jr and Miss Mabel James, Hastings, Neb.
[] James Gordon Kellinger and Miss Mabel Mallery, Soo.

Saturday September 3rd 1898 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
County Clerk Snell issued marriage licenses this week as follows:
[] James Alex Davey and Miss Anna Shanks, both of the Soo
[] James Nicholas, jr. and Lucinda Lewis, both of the Soo
[] Chas. Wallace and Miss Lillian M. Caley, both of Bay Mills
[] Henry Scoins and Miss Jessie Brocklebank, both of the Soo

Saturday September 3rd 1898 Page 1
Wallace-Caley Nuptials
Charles Wallace and Miss Lily Caley were married at Bay Mills, Thursday morning by the Rev. Bates, of Epiphany church. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, Miss Grace Caley and Robert Leaver drove to the Soo and had dinner at the Franklin House. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Will spend their honeymoon visiting relatives in Canada - - -

Saturday September 3rd 1898 Page 4
Henry Scoiness of the Soo and Miss Jessie Brocklebank, of Echo Lake, Ont, were united in marriage Monday by Rev. J. H. Sowerby, at the Baptist parsonage.

Saturday September 3rd 1898 Page 5
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Washington Thomas held a wedding reception last week, including a dance and dinner. It was well attended by their many friends. The presents were rich and numerous.

Saturday September 3rd 1898 Page 5
James Nichols and Miss Lucinda Lewis were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, of of 27 Spruce avenue. The Rev. T. R. Easterday performed the ceremony. Nathaniel Cody officiated as groomsman and Miss Jennie Lewis as bridesmaid.

Saturday September 3rd 1898 Page 5
Marriage Licenses were issued by County Clerk Snell this week as follows:
[] Samuel Sabo, of Bay Mills and Miss Mary LaRose of Garden River, Ont.
[] Dr. Clayton Wallison of Shelldrake and Miss Emma E. Cook of the Soo.

Saturday September 17th 1898 Page 1
Now They're Married
Dr. T. W. Kirby and Miss Violet Chisholm were united in marriage Wednesday evening, at St. James church by the Rev. Wm. Johnson. George Chisholm, brother of the bride, acted as bestman and Miss Lou Roach acted at bridesmaid - - - The couple will reside at No. 133 East Spruce avenue, in one of the Easterday cottages, which Dr. Kirby recently purchased.

Saturday September 17th 1898 Page 3
A marriage license was issued yesterday by County Clerk Snell to Wm. McCarter, of this city and Miss Maggie Ward of Detroit.

Saturday September 17th 1898 Page 8
Joined in Holy Bonds
Dr. R. Bennie of Bay Mills, and Miss Julia Ganley, of Colllingwood, were united in marriage at St. Mary's rectory Monday morning, by Rev. Fr. Connolly. They were attended by Rufus Pierce of Bay Mills and Miss Isabel Pringle of The Canadian Soo. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ferguson. Dr. Bennie is a young physician of Bay Mills and Mrs. Bennie is a sister of Capt. Joseph Ganley, of the Soo. - - -

Saturday September 24th 1898 Page 1
Approaching Nuptials of Miss Jennie M. Wallace and S. Zellar.
The approaching nuptials of S. Zellar of this city and Miss Jennie M. Wallace, have been announce to occur next Wednesday at the home of the prospective brides parents, at Grindstone City, Mich. Miss Wallace is a cousin of Mrs. H. M. Oren, of the Soo and for two years, taught in the city schools. - - -

Saturday September 24th 1898 Page 8
County Clerk Snell issued marriage licenses this week to
[] James Palmer and Miss Louisa Murray both of Brimley
[] Robert Gordanier and Miss Winnifred Cascadden, both of Detour.

Saturday October 1st 1898 Page 1
It is Now Mr. and Mrs. Zellar
The nuptials of Miss Jennie M. Wallace and S. Zellar were consummated Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, in Grindstone City, this state. - -

Saturday October 1st 1898 Page 3
Halbert G. Deans and Miss Jean Wyllie, both of Munising, were united in marriage, Wednesday evening by the Rev. C. P. Bates, at the residence of Thos. Bain.

Saturday October 1st 1898 Page 3
Miss Margaret Woods and Thos. J. Smith were united in marriage, by the Rev. Wm. Johnson, Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's parents on Ridge street.

Saturday October 1st 1898 Page 4
Marriage Licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Snell
[] Simon Zeller, Soo, and Miss Jennie Wallace, Grindstone, City
[] Donald Smith and Miss Myrtle Martin, both of Detour
[] Thos. J. Smith and Miss Margaret Wood both of the Soo.
[] Kay Hoel, Seney and Miss Nellie Wesley, Soo.

Saturday October 1st 1898 Page 4
Wedded at Detour
Miss Myrtle Martin, of Stalwart, and Donald Smith, the popular landlord of the Huron House, Detour were united in marriage Wednesday night, and have since been receiving the gradulation of many friends.

Saturday October 1st 1898 Page 5
Linked For Life
Wedding at the Residence of Mr. and mrs. Thos. Blain Wednesday
A quiet wedding took place on Wednesday evening at 8:30 at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Blain, on Easterday avenue, when Halbert G. Deans, of Munising, Mich., and miss Jean Wyllie, of Owen Sound, Ont., were united in marriage by the Rev. C. P. Bates. Among those present were Messrs. and Mesdames C.P.Bates, Thos. Blain and Randolph Bishop, - - - - The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wylie of Owen Sound. - - - - -

Saturday October 1st 1898 Page 5
Miss Lillian M. Harvey, sister of T. R. Harvey of this city, and George E. Brown, of Ottawa, were united in marriage Wednesday, at the home of the bride's mother in Ottawa. Mrs. Brown is well known to many here.

Saturday October 8th 1898 Page 3
Bay Mills (Special Correspondence)
Mr. and Mrs. David Dibbs celebrated their crystal wedding at their residence on Monday afternoon- - -

Saturday October 15th 1898 Page 1
D. F. Stanford Takes a Bride
D. F. Stanford and Miss Immogene Taylor were united in marriage at Minneapolis Wednesday. Mr. Stanford was formerly employed by the Sault Ste. Marie, Pulp and Paper Co. and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Stanford, of the Soo. He is now in the insurance business at Minneapolis. Hes bride is one of the fair daughters of that city.

Saturday October 22nd 1898 Page 1
Coulter-Royce Nuptials
Miss Sarah J. Coulter and J. C. Royce were united in marriage Wednesday night at the M. E. parsonage, by the Rev. A. W. Stalker. The bride was supported by Mrs. George Bick, her sister, and the groom by Mr. Rick. the groom is a brother of Ed. and James S. Royce and a member of the grocery firm of J. S. Royce & Co. The young couple have many friends here who extend best wishes. They are residing at 548 Bingham avenue.

Saturday October 22nd 1898 Page 8
Henry W. Watson and Miss Mary Konley, both of the Soo, were united in marriage, by the Rev. A. W. Stalker, at the Central M. D. parsonage, Saturday evening.

Saturday October 29th 1898 Page 1
A Wedding Anniversary
Wednesday evening was the twenty-eighth annivesary of the wedding of Capt. and Mrs. Chas. Ripley, and a number of friends and relatives invaded their home and mad merry - - - -

Saturday November 5th 1898 Page 9
J. W. Burgess and Mrs. Augusta Brown were married in Milwaukee, Wis, Wednesday, Oct 19. They are now at home in the Soo.

Saturday November 12th 1898 Page 1
Licensed to Wed County Clerk Snell issued marriage license this week to the following:
[] Edware Braniff and Miss Catherine Flynn, both of Neebish Island
[] Edward Stillwell and Miss Tessie Daley, both of Pickford
[] Chas. Corba and Miss Ethel J. M. Willoughby, both of Pickford
[] Amos R. Olmstead and Miss Augusta M. Williams, both of Detour
[] John Longstreet, Toronto, Ont., and Miss Anna Young, Soo, Ont.

Saturday November 12th 1898 Page 2
Detour (Special Correspondence)
John McDonald and Miss Ellen Priest, of Detour, were joined in wedlock at Sault Ste. Marie, Monday, and were welcomed home Wednesday evening - - - -

Saturday November 12th 1898 Page 5
Miss Ella Henry, formerly of this city and Frank L. Moses, of Muskegon were united in marriage at Muskegon, Nov. 5. They will make their home at No. 33 Bourbon street, Muskegon.

Saturday November 19th 1898 Page 1
Craigie - Turner Nuptials
Miss Ida May Craigie, of Quebec, and Wm. Turner of Butte, Mont. were united in marriage by the Rev. F. Bagnall, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCutcheon, 530 Elizabeth street. - - - Mr. and Mrs. Turner departed Thursday morning for Butte, where they will reside.

Saturday November 19th 1898 Page 1
To Enjoy Wedded Bliss
County Clerk Snell issued marriage licenses this week to the following:
[] John K. McGregor and Mrs. Mary Ryan, both of the Soo
[] Charles Corba and Ethel J. M. Willoughby both of Drummond Island.

Saturday November 19th 1898 Page 2
Detour
Miss Augusta M. Williams and A. R. Olmstead were united in marriage Nov 6. Owing to being very busy at present, Mr. and Mrs. Olstead did not take a wedding tour, but when navigation closes they contemplate going to the land of flowers.

Saturday November 19th 1898 Page 8
McGregor - Ryan Marriage
At the bride's residence, No. 222 Ferris street, occurred a quiet wedding on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock when Rev. C. P. Bates united in marriage John K. McGregor and Mrs. Mary Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martin acted as groomsman and bridesmaid. - - - - -

Saturday November 26th 1898 Page 1
Marriage of Wm. H. Ransom and Miss Anne M. Cody
William H. Ransom and Miss Anna M. Cody, were united in marriage at St. Mary's church by the Rev. Fr. J. J. Connolly, at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cody on Ryan's hill. - - - The groom is the oldest son of D. J. Ranson and is associated with his father in the timber land business. - - -

Saturday November 26th 1898 Page 1
Wedded at St. James
Miss Mary Louise Boulieu and George A. Bridge of Bay Mills, were united in marriage on Wednesday morning at St. James church, Soo, by the Rev. W. Johnson, rector. Mr. Bridge is the assistant superintendent of the International Paper Co., located in Soo, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Budge intends taking up their residence in the American Soo in the near future.

Saturday November 26th 1898 Page 1
County Clerk W. M. Snell issued marriage license to the following couples this week:
[] Theodore Phalen, Bay Mills and Miss Mary A. Hall, Pickford
[] Lewis Kimball, Brimley & Miss Mary A. Hall, Pickford
[] William Ranson and Miss Anna Cody, both of Sault Ste. Marie
[] Geo. A. Bridge and Miss Mary Louise Boulieu, both of Bay Mills.
[] Samuel R. Hewitt, Dafter and Miss Phoebe Walker, Sault Ste. Marie
[] N. J. Fezzey, Soo, and Miss Maude Golden, New York

Saturday November 26th 1898 Page 1
FORGOT HER NAME
N. J. Fezzey Was Thinking of Another and Wedding Didn't Occur
A funny incident transpired yesterday afternoon when N. J. Fezzey and Miss Maude Golden appeared before Rev. William Johnson, who had been requested to make them man and wife. The minister had been given the names of the prospective bride and groom and just before the performance of the ceremony was to begin Mr. Fezzey presented the marriage license to the prelate. Rev. Johnson scanned the document and on reaching the name and description of the young lady looked up in a puzzled manner, and turning to Mr. Fezzey, informed him that a mistake had evidently been made, as the lady's name as written was not the one that had been previously given as that of the young lady he was about to wed. The gentleman looked at the license and to his deep embarassment found the matter to be as represented by the minister. The marriage ceremony was not performed. Mr. Fezzey hustled back to the county clerk's office, where he had applied for the license an hour before, and had the proper name and description inserted. To the deputy county clerk the groom-to-be blushingly stated that he was thinking of a young lady he met before the war at the time he made the application, and was badly rattled any way. After the error had been corrected Mr. Fezzey departed apparently in a happy frame of mind.
But there is sequel to the contretemps. The proposed wedding, after the mishap, was to have taken place last night. Up to a late hour, however, the event had not been pulled off. Mr. Fezzey is either the most absent-minded man that ever happened, or else a vision of the before-the-war young lady has completely driven all thoughts of wedded bliss with Miss Golden from his mind. Mr. Fessey made an appointment to meet his loved one after supper, when they were to be married. The young lady forlornly awaited the coming of the bridegroom for several hours, but he did not make his appearance. The recreant lover will probaly meet with a warmer reception than he bargained for when he shows up-if he does. Chances are that the wedding will be summarily declared off, if Miss Golden continues in the frame of mid she possessed last night.

Saturday November 26th 1898 Page 4
Louis P. Trempe and Miss Electra Foster, of South Haven, Mich. were recently united in marriage.

Saturday November 26th 1898 Page 4
Miss Martha thomas of Durham, Ont., and Lewis Kimball, of Brimley, Mich., were united in marriage on Wednesday at St. James rectory, by the Rev. Wm. Johnson.

Saturday November 26th 1898 Page 4
Samuel R. Hewitt, of Dafter, and Miss Phoeboe Walker of the Soo, were united in marriage by the Rev. F. Bagnall at the Congregational parsonage Monday afternoon. The young couple will resied at Brimley.

Saturday December 3rd 1898 Page 1
Will Be Wedded
John Fletcher, Jr., of Gladstone, was in the city Thursday. Mr. Fletcher, who is a son of John Fletcher, of Rosedale, will be united in marriage with Miss Florence Olive, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lancaster, of Gladstone, at the latter place next Wednesday. Mr. Fletcher is a fireman on the Soo Line.

Saturday December 3rd 1898 Page 1
County Clerk Snell issued marriage licensed this week:
[] Chas. Lalone and Louisa Latondras, both of Detour
[] Victor Lines and Elizabeth Johnson, of this city.

Saturday December 3rd 1898 Page 6
The wedding of Mr. Charles Corba and Miss Jane Willoughby was celebrated at Judge Willoughby's residence at high noon Tuesday, Nov 22. - - - Mr. Corba though born in France is a thorough American. - - - -

Saturday December 10th 1898 Page 6
Neebish (Special Correspondence)
There was a nice little wedding at Neebish last week. The contracting parties were Edward Breny, of St. Joseph Island and Miss Kate O'Flynn. Rev. Father Gagnier performed the ceremony. A few friends were present. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Michael Flynn and Herman Miller was bestman. - - - -

Saturday December 10th 1898 Page 6
Bay Mills
Two hearts that beat as one. Theodore Phalen and Miss Mary A. Hall were united in marriage at the Holy Catholic church Wednesday morning. Fr. Roller officiated - - - -

Saturday December 17th 1898 Page 1
County Clerk Snell issued marriage license the following
[] E. M. Marsh and Miss Julia I. Craver, both of Fibre
[] Wm. McFaun and Miss Lizzie Emsley, both of the Soo.

Saturday December 3rd 1898 Page 6
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
Capt. and Mrs. Lafayette Morgan, celebrated the thirty-fourth anniversary of their marriage on Thanksgiving day. - - - -

Saturday December 24th 1898 Page 1
Conrick-Raines Wedding
John Peck Conrick and Miss Frances Reine Raines were joined in wedlock yesterday morning at 7 o'clock at the parsonage of the First Baptist church. The Rev. J. H. Saverby performed the ceremony. Miss Margaret Donaldson was bridesmaid and Frank Conrick supported his brother - - - - The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raines, of St. Joseph Island. - - -

Saturday December 24th 1898 Page 1
The county clerk issued licenses for the following:
[] John P. Conrick and Miss Frances R. Raines both of the Soo.
[] Richard Hibblan, Soo and Miss Lizzie Harrison, Bellvile, Ont.
[] John McQuarrie, Soo and Miss Isabella Lorence, Dafter
[] Watson J. Guinter, and Miss Mary R. Ashenden, both of Port Colburn, Ont.
[] Napoleon LaPlant, Soo, and Mrs. Hattie Nicol, Saginaw

Saturday December 24th 1898 Page 4
Miss Lottie Harrison and Richard Hibblan, both of this city were married Tuesday evening by Rev. A. W. Stalker, at the Central M. E. church parsonage. The will reside at 422 East Ridge street.

Saturday December 31st 1898 Page 1
Syer-Bishop Nuptials
Thomas W. Syer, of Rosedale and Miss Henrietta L. Bishop of Hay Lake, were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. C.P. Bates, Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, John A. Syer brother of the groom, acted as groomsman and Miss Eva G. Bishop, the bride's sister acted as bridesmaid.

Saturday December 31st 1898 Page 1
Marriage licenses issued this week
[] Andrew L. Hillard and Miss Annie Graham, Dafter
[] Robert J. Hewer and Miss Emma L. Cochran, Picford
[] Elliot Scott and Mrs. Alma Lebarge, Bay Mills
[] Thos. Syer, Rosedale and Miss Henrietta L. Bishop, Soo
[] Joseph Lemieux and Mrs. Louisa fisher, Detroit.


Saturday December 31st 1898 Page 1
To Be Wedded Jan. 10
The Wedding of Miss Elvira Stanford and Albert B. Davidson is announced to occur Tuesday Jan 10, at the residence of Miss Stanford's parents on east Spruce street. The prospective bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stanford, and is an accomplished and charming young lady of high social attainments. Mr. Davidson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Davidson, of Rudyard, and a rising young attorney. Mr. Davidson was recently elected circuit court commissioner.

Saturday, January 7th 1899 Page 3
Frank Dempster and Miss Rubina Cumming were united in marriage, Monday evening, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. Grebo, 113 West Spruce street, by Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday, January 7th 1899 Page 3
Judge and Mrs. John P. Conrick returned Wednesday from their wedding trip to Chicago. They will be athome to their friends in their apartments at Midway after January 10.

Saturday, January 7th 1899 Page 3
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. C. P. Bates united in the bonds of matrimony, Joseph A. Byers, of the Soo, and Miss Isabella E. Haugh, of Donaldson, at the Presbyterian parsonage.

Saturday, January 7th 1899 Page 5
Wedding Anniversary Celebration
Capt. James Roleau, Capt. Charles Frederick, John J. Gardner and Wm. Lawrie went to Garden River Tuesday to attend the 41st marriage anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mar. John Sebastian. Mr. Sebastian is the government lightkeeper at Garden River, - - - - - -

Saturday, January 14th 1899 Page 1
Albert B. Davidson and Miss Mary E. Stanford Happily Married
A very pretty home wedding was that of Miss Mary Elvira Stanford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stanford and Albert Beecher Davidson, which took place at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the residence of the brides parents 311 East Spruce street. Rev. A. W. Stalker performed the ceremony. - - - -

Saturday, January 14th 1899 Page 6
Neebish (Special Correspondence)
There was a wedding at Neebish on Jan. 5 The contracting parties were Miss Gertie Willis of Neebish and Thomas Prithie, St. Joseph's Island, Rev. Clark, of Pickford, united the couple in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents. Miss Lillie Coulson acted as bridesmaid and John Lawrence was best man. - - - -.

Saturday, January 21st 1899 Page 1
Fred H. Smith Married
This week there was a confirmation of the rumor that Fred H. Smith, one of the gallant soldier boys of Co. G. had become a Benedict during his visit to the Lower Peninsula. Mr. Smith was united in marriage with Miss Alice Peck, at Bay City, Dec. 20. - - - -

Saturday, January 21st 1899 Page 1
Bay Mills (Special Correspondence)
Jas. Scanlon and Miss May Win were married in Brimley on Wednesday evening at the home of the bride.

Saturday, January 21st 1899 Page 4
William J. Jackson and Miss Annie Rowan, both of Dafter, were united in marriage by the Rev. C. P. Bates, Wednesday at 4 o'clock at the Presbyterian parsonage.

Saturday, January 21st 1899 Page 8
Wedding Bells at Brimley
A very pretty wedding occurred at Brimley on Jan 18, at the residence of the bride's father, James Wynn.The contracting parties were James Scanlan and Miss Minnie Wynn. Rev. J. McGregor officiated. Wm. Scott acted as groomsman and Miss Jennie Wynn as bridesmaid. - - - -
Saturday, January 21st 1899 Page 8
Marriage licenses were issued to the following:
[] Wm. H. Rice, Detour and Miss Alice Beniteau, Stirlingville
[] Wm. J. Lounds and Miss Georgie Longhurst, both of the Soo.

Saturday, February 18th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses- County Clerk Snell issued licenses to wed to the following :
[] Theodore A. Hatch, Soo and Mrs Sarah Carron, Algoma, Ont.
[] Chas. Glastetter, Bay Mills and Miss Mary Hodgskinson, Rudyard.

Saturday, February 25th 1899 Page 1
Licensed to Wed. The following marriage licenses were issued:
[] Michael Desanto and Miss A. T. Rousseau
[] F. B. Ferris and Miss Anna Crawford
[] Wm. H. Rice, of Detour and Miss Alice Buiteau, of Stirlingville
[] John Olmstead, Detour and Miss Grace Blackmer, of Pickford.

Saturday, March 4th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
County Clerk Snell issued licenses to wed to the following:
[] Michael Mitchel and Miss Mary Laurila, Sault Ste. Marie
[] Francis Henry Ferris, Stalwart, and Miss Alvina Crawford, Pickford
[] Nicholas Desanto and Mrs. Agnes L. Rousseau, Sault Ste. Marie

Saturday, March 4th 1899 Page 2
Michael Mitchell and Miss Mary Laurila, both of this city, were joined in wedlock by the Rev. C. P. Bates at the Presbyterian parsonage, Monday afternoon.

Saturday, March 4th 1899 Page 6
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
On Wednesday at noon, Miss Alvina Crawford, daughter of William Crawford of Pickford, was married to Francis H. Ferris of Stalwart, at her home, by Rev. S. L. Clark. They were attended by Miss Ida McConkey and William Crawford. After the ceremony, and congratulations ad bounteous wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford are going to Stalwart where they will make their future home.

Saturday, March 4th 1899 Page 6
Pickford (Special Correspondence)
John Olmstead of Detour and Miss Gracie Blackmer of Pickford were married by Rev. S. L. Clark at the manse, on Friday evening Feb 24. Mr. and Mrs Olmstead left Sunday for Detour, where they will make their home for a time.

Saturday, March 18th 1899 Page 4
Married Last Friday Night
Miss Winnifred Chittenden, of St. Louis, Mich., and John Monkman, of this city, were united in marriage, March 10, at the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Perkin, of 812 Augusta street. Rev. A. W. Stalker performed the ceremony.

Saturday, March 18th 1899 Page 5
A Quiet Wedding
Miss Katerine Gill United in Marriage Sunday to L.D.Follett
Miss Katerine Gill youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gill, of West Ridge street and lind Dean Follett of Marquette, were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at the home of the brides parents by the Rev. Wm. Johnson - - - The newly married pair departed Wednesday for the home of the groom at Marquette where they will reside in the future. - - -.

Saturday, March 18th 1899 Page 6
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
Miss Janet Melvin of this place and Ernest Sims, of Stalwart were married at the residence of the bride's sister Mrs. Ludlow Seamon, at noon Wednesday, March 8, by the Rev. S. LeClarke, of Pickford, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church of Detour of which Mrs. Melvin's mother, the late Mrs. Hugh Melvin, was a member. - - - - -.

Saturday, April 1st 1899 Page 4
Miss Sadie Smith and Mr. Wm. A. McKay were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday, April 1st 1899 Page 8
Marriage License
The following marriage license were issued the week by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] Nicholas Carpenter, of Port Austin, Mich and Miss Luella K. Capple, of this city
[] Wm. A. McKay and Miss Sadie Smith, both of this city.
[] C.J. McConkey of Pickford and Miss Susan Duncan of Stalwart
[] Wm. J. Hart and Miss Martha Butler, both of Detour


Saturday, April 8th 1899 Page 4
R. H. Mullen and Mrs. Maggie Jennson, both of this city, were granted a license to wed Thursday.

Saturday, April 8th 1899 Page 8
Their Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. John Gurnoe will celebrate their golden wedding Monday at their residence, at the corner of Ridge and Sobraro streets. Mr. and Mrs. Gurnoe are among the Soo's oldest residents. They were married here April 10, 1849, by Rev. Fr. Meuet, s.j. pastor of St. Mary's church. Mr. Gurnoe is now 78 years of age and enjoys the distinction of being the Soo's oldest native resident. He and his wife are still hale and hearty and will no doubt live to celebrate many future anniversaries.

Saturday, April 15th 1899 Page 1
Married Thursday Evening
Robert Eveleigh and Miss Rose Kelly, both of Stirlingville, were united in marriage Thursday evening by Rev. C. P. Bates at the residence of Wm. Dodds, on South Ashmun street.

Saturday, April 15th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
County Clerk Snell issued licenses to wed to the following couplles
[] Adam Gregg and Miss Nellie Jones, of Barbeau
[] Leslie P. Londry and Miss Alice Maud Hambleton, of Bay Mills.
[] Robert Eveleigh and Miss Rose Kelly of Stirlingville

Saturday, April 15th 1899 Page 4
Married Wednesday at St. James
Miss Alice Maude Hambleton and Leslie p. Londry, both of Bay Mills, were united in marriage Wednesday morning at St. James church by Rev. Wm. Johnson. The bride was supported by her sister Miss Minnie Hambleton and the groom was supported by Chas. Fenton. The wedding was a quiet one, only the immediate relatives of the happy couple being, present. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. A. Scanlan of Bay Mills, and the groom is manager of the Hall & Munson meat market at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Londry took the afternoon train for their home in Bay Mills.

Saturday, April 22nd 1899 Page 1
J. H. M. Florey and Miss Flora H. Hickman Will Be Married
Quite the event of the season in society circles of DeTour, will be the marriage of J. Herbert Monroe Florey and Miss Flora Haynes Hickman. Mr. Florey is the manager of the Cuddey Mullen interests at DeTour. - - - Miss Hickman has been a teacher in DeTour.

Saturday, April 29th 1899 Page 3
John McKernan and Patricia Doyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Doyle, of this city, were united in marriage by justice A. R. Macdonell, Tuesday.

Saturday, April 29th 1899 Page 4
Isaac J. Week and Miss Katherine Homa, both of the Soo, were united in marriage by the Rev. A. W. Stalker, at the Central M. E. parsonage, Thursday evening.

Saturday, April 29th 1899 Page 4
Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] Isaac J. Week and Miss Kate Holmes, both of the Soo
[] John McKernan and Miss Patricia Day, both of the Soo.

Saturday, May 6th 1899 Page 1
Joined in Wedlock
James Wilson, of Shelldrake, and Miss Christina Sylvester, of Rudyard were united in marriage, Thursday May 4 by Rev. C.P.Bates, at the Presbyterian parsonage.

Saturday, May 6th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses: County Clerk Wm. M. Snell issued the following licenses to wed this week:
[] s Wilson and Miss Catherine Sylvester, both of Shelldrake
[] Henry Dilabough and Miss Susie Oliver both of this city.

Saturday, May 13th 1899 Page 1
The following marriage licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] John LaRose and Miss Charlotte Sabon, both of Bay Mills
[] R.J. Atkinson of the Michigan Soo, and Miss Sarah E. Beatty, of the Canadian Soo.
[] Peter McKenzie and Miss Elizabeth A. Murray, both of the Soo.

Saturday, May 13th 1899 Page 4
Peter McKenzie and Miss Elizabeth Ann Murray, both of this city, were united in marriage, Wednesday by Rev. F. Bagnall, at the Congregational parsonage. The bride was supported by her sister, Miss Mary Murray, and the groom by Robert Trumbley.

Saturday, May 13th 1899 Page 8
Miss Sarah E. Beatty, of the Canadian Soo and R. J. Atkinson, of this city, were united in marriage Wednesday at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday, May 20th 1899 Page 3
Bay Mills (Special Correspondence)
On Friday of last week, John LaRose and Miss Charlotte Saboo went to the Soo and were married

Saturday, May 20th 1899 Page 5
Elijah Parish, of Bay Mills and Mrs. Mary Grace Thompson of Fibre, were licensed to wed yesterday by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell.

Saturday, May 27th 1899 Page 1
Twentieth Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Bush Will Celebrate Their Wedding June 2.
Mr. and Mrs. C.S.Bush will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of their wedding Friday evening June 2 at the Central M. E. Church. - - - -

Saturday, May 27th 1899 Page 1
Joined In Holy Bonds
Miss Nettie Dingman and John McClinchey were united in marriage, Wednesday night by Rev. F. Bagnall, at the home of the bride's parents on West Portage avenue. The bride was supported by Miss Adah Speck and the groom by the bride's brother, Harry Dingman. - - - Mrs. McClinchey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dingman. - - -

Saturday, May 27th 1899 Page 2
A Pretty Wedding
Mrs. Nellie E. Ross and Ernest E. Winget were united in marriage Tuesday evening at the First Congregational church by Rev. F. Bagnall. The bride was supported by her sister Miss Grace Smith and the groom by Wm. Voice. - - -

Saturday, May 27th 1899 Page 3
Bay Mills
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Parish, recently married in the Soo, returned to Dollar Settlement Monday to live.- -

Saturday, May 27th 1899 Page 3
Neebish (Special Correspondence)
A very pretty wedding took place last Wednesday May 17, at the Mountain, St. Jospeh's Island. The contracting parties were Miss Agnes Campbell of St. Joe, and Will Ferguson, of Grand Marias. Miss Emma Campbell acted as bridesmaid and John Lawrence as best man. The young couple will reside in Grand Marias. - –

Saturday, May 27th 1899 Page 8
Married in Detroit
Thomas C. Riley, formerly employed here, as clerk at the Park and Iroquois hotels, was united in marriage Tuesday, May 2, with Miss Charlotte Marks, of Detroit, at that city. Mr. and Mrs. Riley have taken up residence at Racine, Wis., where Mr. Riley is emplyed as a day clerk in the Hotel Racine.
Saturday, June 3rd 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
County Clerk Wm. M. Snell Issued the following marriage licenses this week:
[] James M. Burnes of DeTour and Miss Carrie B. McAdam, of Drummond
[] Wm. H. Hart of Detour and Miss Lily H. Stratton of Raber, Mich.

Saturday, June 3rd 1899 Page 1
Married at Colorado Springs
Miss Sarah L. Fitch, formerly of this city, daughter of James E. Fitch and Mrs. Clara Fitch, was united in marriage Saturday, May 27, to Dr. Fred Thatcher, of Colorado Springs, Col. Mis Fitch, is a granddaughter of the late Capt. James Mason Fitch, of Vineland, Wis., and grand niece of the late Capt. John Fitch, of New York city. Dr. and Mrs. Thatcher have taken up residence at Colorado Springs, where Dr. Tatcher has a lucretave practice.

Saturday, June 10th 1899 Page 5
Marriage Licenses
County Clerk Wm. M. Snell issued the following marriage licenses this week:
[] Isaac J. Mills, of the Soo, and Miss Carrie Trayner of Barbeau, Mich.
[] Alex. McCreachy and Miss Caroline Kampschmidt, both of the Soo.

Saturday, June 10th 1899 Page 7
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
James Burns and Miss Carrie Adams were married last Saturday, and left to make their home in Raber, Sunday. - - -

Saturday, June 10th 1899 Page 8
Will Be Married Monday Morning
The marriage of Miss Clara H. Riordan and Wilfred T. Rains is announced to take place at 8 o'clock, Monday morning at St. Mary's church.

Saturday, June 17th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
County Clerk Wm. M. Snell issued the following marriage licenses this week.
[] Wilfred T. Rains and Miss Clara H. Roirdan both of the Soo.
[] Mun McCarty, of Mackinac Island, and Miss Elizabeth A. Mackin of this city.
[] H. J. Peterman, of this city and Miss Margaret I. Parker, of Barbeau
[] Henry Dillabaugh, and Miss Margaret I. Parker, of Barbeau
[] Eugene Seera and Miss Lew Latrea, bot of Brimley
[] Paul LaRose and miss Alfonsin Ayotte, both of the Canadian Soo.

Saturday, June 17th 1899 Page 1
A Nebraska Wedding
Miss Lillian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Corrington, of Graf, Neb. and a niece of N. L. Martin of THE NEWS was united in marriage with Rev. Francis E. Toms, at Graf, on Wednesday. The bride is an accomplised young lady and the groom is an able and eloquent minister.

Saturday, June 17th 1899 Page 1
Married Wednesday Morning
Miss Caroline Coleman and Chas. Maxim, both of Fibre, were married Wednesday morning at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. C. P. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Maxim left the same day for their home in Fibre.

Saturday, June 17th 1899 Page 5
Mrs. Alphonsine Ayotte and Joseph LaRose both of the Canadian Soo, were united in marriage Saturday evening by Justice Alex. Gurnoe.

Saturday, June 17th 1899 Page 5
Henry Peterman and Miss Margaret I. Parker, both of the Soo, were married at the Central M. E. church, Thursday evening by the Rev. A. W. Stalker.




Saturday, June 17th 1899 Page 8
Pretty Church Wedding
Miss Clara H. Riordan and Wilfred T. Rains United in Marriage
St. Mary's Catholic church was the scene of a very pretty wedding Monday morning, the contracting parties being Miss Clara H. Riordan and Wilfred T. Rains, two of the Soo's most popular young people. The bride was supported by her sister, Miss Anna Riordan and John Gorman acted as best man.

Saturday, June 17th 1899 Page 8
Happy June Wedding
Nuptials of Miss Elizabeth A. Mackin and Mun. McCarty, Thursday. One of the prettiest June weddings the Soo has known occurred Thursday morning, at St. Mary's Catholic church, when Miss Elizabeth A. Mackin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mackin, of this city and Michael (better known as and "Mun") McCarty, of Mackinaw Island, were united is marriage by Rev. Fr. Connelly. The ceremony occurred at 6 a.m. and was witnessed by a large number of friends - - - The bride was supported by Miss Annie McCarty, sister of the groom and John Mackin, brother of the bride officiated as groomsman. - - - - Little neices of the bride, Mayme and Lucille McKenna as flower girls and Master Columbus McKenzie as gentleman of honor, carrying the bride's bouquet. - - -
The wedding was attended by Mrs. McCarty and the Misses Annie and Katie McCarty, mother and sister of the groom.

Saturday, June 24th 1899 Page 1
Their Tin Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Moore Celebrate Their 10th Wedding Anniversary
The tenth anniversary of their wedding was properately celebrated Monday night by Mr. and Mrs. James T. Moore at their residence on Bingham avenue - - -

Saturday, June 24th 1899 Page 3
John Hill and Miss Ella Knight both of the Canadian Soo, and well known on both sides of the river, were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon.

Saturday, June 24th 1899 Page 3
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Townsend of Hamilton, Ont. arrived Wednesday on the Athabasca. Mr. Townsend is a brother of Drs. Fred and W. Townsend of this city. He was recently united in marriage with Miss Jessie E. Gilbraith, of Hamilton, and expects to make this city his future home. Mr. and Mrs. Townsend have taken up their residence temporarily at 312 Peck street.
Saturday, June 24th 1899 Page 4
Wedded at Port Arthur
A fashionable wedding took place at Port Arthur, Ont., on Wednesday, June 15, when May, the second daughter of John A. McIntosh, of Port Arthur and Thomas Montgomery, formerly of the Soo, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. They received a number of costly presents. Fifty-two couples were present. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery left the next morning for Toronto, Montreal and other eastern cities. They will make their home in Milwaukee. Their many friends wish them a happy trip through life.

Saturday, June 24th 1899 Page 8
Wedded At Cheboygan
Dr. Frank Moloney Married Wednesday at St. Mary's Church
A very pretty double wedding took place at St. Mary's church, Cheboygan, Wednesday morning. The contracting parties being Dr. Frank Moloney, of this city and Miss Marie Goodwin of Cheboygan, and Ralph Paddock and Miss Mary Moloney is a new acquistion to the staff of Soo physicians, but during his short residence has made many friends, who wish him good luck in his new venture. - - - Mr. and Mrs. John F. Moloney and John F. Moloney jr., of this city attended the wedding.

Saturday, June 24th 1899 Page 8
Surprised His Friends
Harry Dingman Wedded at Desoronto, Ont. June 5
A wedding that was a pleasant surprise to many friends took place at Deseronto, Ont., Thursday June 15, when Harry Dingman of this city and Miss Minnie Hayes were united in marriage at the home of the bride. Mr. Dingman is a member of the grocery firm of Dingman & McClinchey, on East Portage avenue, and a rising young business man. - -

Saturday, July 1st 1899 Page 1
Married 50 Years
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Johnson to Celebrate Their Golden Wedding Next Monday July 3, will be the fifteenth anniversary of the Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, of this city. In honor of the occasion they will be given a reception by the members of the First Baptist Church - - -. The happy married life of Edward Clifford Johnson and Miss Catherine Lydia Phillips began at Amsterdam, N.Y., July 3, 1849. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have been residents of the Soo since 1879, - - - -
Three of their children who have blessed their union are still living and will be present on the happy occasion. They are Edward D. Johnson, of Oshkosh, Wis., who will arrive today and Mrs. Elnette Byron and W. C. Johnson, both of this city.- - - - -

Saturday, July 1st 1899 Page 1
Will Be Wedded Monday
Approaching Nuptials of miss Mary L. Carpenter and John A. Gowan next Monday - - - .

Saturday, July 1st 1899 Page 2
Married Tuesday Evening
Miss Lena Friday and James W. Martin, both of this city were united in marriage Tuesday evening at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. C. P. Bates. Mr. Martin is the senior member of the decorating firm of Martin & Fields.

Saturday, July 1st 1899 Page 3
Drummond (Special Correspondence)
Charles McAdams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McAdam is home on a visit, bringing with him a bride. He is from Grand Forks, North Dakota, where he has been engaged in the hotel business for several years. - - - -

Saturday, July 1st 1899 Page 4
Miss Mary J. Cook and Albert Plasket, both of Gray county, Ontario were united in marriage yesterday morning at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday, July 1st 1899 Page 7
Quiet Church Wedding
Nuptials of Miss Anna Decoteau and H. H. Hastings Celebrated
Miss Anna Decoteau and H. H. Hastings were united in marriage at 5:30 Thursday morning, at St. Mary's church by Rev. Fr. Connolly. - - - - [a large piece with no genological value]

Saturday, July 1st 1899 Page 8
Marriage License County Clerk Wm. M. Snell issued licenses to wed to the following parties this week.
[] Albert Plaskett and Miss Mary A. Cook, both of Grey county, Ontario
[] Chas. E. Davis and Miss Ellen Harvey, both of Bay Mills
[] James W. Martin and Miss Lena Friday, both of the Soo
[] Peter Rivers and Miss Josepine Barras, both of the Soo
[] H.H. Paul and Mary A. McDonald, both of DeTour
[] H.H. Hastings and Miss Anna Decoteau, both of the Soo.

Saturday, July 8th 1899 Page 8
Quiet Church Wedding
Miss Mary L. Carpenter and John A.Gowan Married Monday
A very pretty wedding took place at 6:15 o'clock Monday morning at St. James church, when Miss Mary L. Carpenter and John A. Gowan, two of the city's most popular young people, were united in marriage, by Rev. Wm. Johnson. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Alice Carpenter, and the groom by Edgar C. Lemon. After the services the bridal party and immediate family friends repaired to the residence of the groom's parents on East Ridge street, where a dilightful wedding breakfast was served . - - -

Saturday, July 8th 1899 Page 8
Marriage Licenses County Clerk Wm. M. Snell issued licenses to wed to the following this week:
[] Charles L. Perkins of Bay Mills and Miss Emma Parks of Port Austin, Mich
[] Joseph Sailor and Miss Polly Cadotte both of Drummond Island, Mich
[] John A. Gowan and Miss Mary L. Carpenter both of the Soo
[] Wm. E. Brown of this city and Miss Ella McCaulley, of the Canadian Soo
[] Guy O. Prescott of Alexander, and Miss Amanda Van Luven of Iroquois

Saturday, July 8th 1899 Page 8
McCaulley-Brown Wedding
Miss Ella McCaulley and Wm. E. Brown, both of this city, were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist church by Rev. J. H. Sowerby. The bride was supported by Miss Ettie Hope and the groom by the bride's brother, Wellington McCaulley. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will reside in the city.

Saturday, July 15th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Linceses. There was a dullness in the marriage market this week, only two licenses being issued by County Clerk Wm.M. Snell
[] William Bergin and Miss Catherine J. Gillespie, both of the Soo
[] David Parrish and Miss Jennie Brook, both of Drummond Island.

Saturday, July 15th 1899 Page 1
Married at St. Mary's Church
Miss Katherine Gillespie, daught of Mrs. Kate Gillespie and Wm. Bergin, both of this city, were united in marriage Monday morning, at St. Mary's Catholic church by Rev. Fr. Connolly. Mr. and Mrs. Berger left the same day to enjoy their honeymoon in Minneapolis.

Saturday, July 21st 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses. County clerk Wm. M. Snell issued the following mariage licenses this week.
[] Hector McLeod and Miss Edith Pomeroy, both of DeTour
[] Chas. Danseath of Soo, Ont., and Miss Elizabeth J. Clarke of Ontario.

Saturday, July 21st 1899 Page 3
Drummond
Rev. Fr. Garnier performed the wedding ceremony according to the rites of the Roman Catholic church Wednesday of last week for Joseph Sailor and Miss Polly Cadotte and a wedding party and midnight supper were held at the residence of the parents of the groom Monday. The wedding presents were exhibited to admiring friends and to say there was a feast is putting it mild. There was a super abundance of good things to eat and to drink too. Everybody was invited and nearly everybody went. Isaac Cadotte the "chief" of Drummon, is to be congratulaed on having secured one of th "elite" as a son-in-law and "Princess" Polly for having secured one of our finest young man.

Saturday, July 21st 1899 Page 3
Drummond
David Parish and Miss Phemie Brock took in the Orangeman a celebration via Thessalon and the Minnie M. taking that occasion to extend the trip to the Soo, where they were married. We wish them good luck and happiness.

Saturday, July 21st 1899 Page 3
DeTour
B. McLeod and Miss Edith Pomeroy, both of DeTour, were united in marriage by Rev. MacGillivray Monday morning and departed on steamer Minnie M. on their wedding tour.

Saturday, July 21st 1899 Page 8
Miss Elizabeth J. Clarke, of Meaford, Ont., and Wm.C. Dunseath, of the Canadian Soo, were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon, at the parlours of the Hotell Belvedere; by Rev. C. P. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Dunseath left the same day for a tour of the Canadian cities.

Saturday, July 29th 1899 Page 1
The following marriage licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell.
[] Louis N. Dezreah and Miss Maggie McCracken, both of the Soo.
[] John H. McLeod and Miss Martha Hughes, both of DeTour

Saturday, July 29th 1899 Page 3
DeTour
The wedding bells were joyously ringing Wednesday evening when J. D. McLeod and Miss Martha Hughes were united in matrimony. Rev. MacGillivray officating. - - - -
Saturday, July 29th 1899 Page 3
Bay Mills
Joe Waiskai celebrated his wedding , which took place Saturday last by giving a ball Tuesday evening.

Saturday, August 5th 1899 Page 1
Miss Anna Gilroy and Prof. John H. Watson to Unite Their Fortunes
The prospective marriage of Miss Anna Gilroy and Prof. John H. Watson is announced to take place next Thursday noon, at the Central M.E. church, Miss Gilroy is the daughter of an Mr. Wm. Gilray of Lyon street.

Saturday, August 5th 1899 Page 3
Mrs. Elizabeth O'Brien and Patrick Tirnay were married Wednesday evening by Rev. Fr. Proux.

Saturday, August 5th 1899 Page 4
Wolverine Waifs
The announcement of the marriage of Charles D. Mason, son of Hon. Richard Mason, formerly state senator from this district and Miss Grace Craig, was made public at Gladstone last week and created a decided sensation. The wedding took place in March 1898.

Saturday, August 5th 1899 Page 4
Miss Anne Therrain and Thos. Manning both of Trout Lake, were married Monday by Judge, Alex. Gurnoe.

Saturday, August 12th 1899 Page 1
Kirby-Hodgson Nuptials
Miss Elizabeth H. Kirby, of this city and Clarence B. Hodgson, of Porto Rico, formerly hospital steward of the Nineteenth infantry, were united in marriage Wednesday by Rev. T. R. Easterday. The bride was supported by Miss Agnes Dauskin and T. R. Kirby brother of the bride acted as bestman. - - -

Saturday, August 12th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses. Following is a list of marriage licenses issued this week by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell:
[] Clarence B. Hodgson of Porto Rico and Miss Elizabeth H. Kirby, of this city.
[] Joseph LaPoint and Miss Lucy Cadote, both of Drummond Island
[] John H. Watson and Miss Anna Gilray both of this city
[] Sherman Handy, of Stalwart and Miss Susan Foreman of Gatesville.

Saturday, August 19th 1899 Page 1
Principal C. E. Richmond, of the Brownstone school, and Miss Cundruff, of Ypsilanti, will be married at the later place next Wednesday.

Saturday, August 19th 1899 Page 8
William Stevenson and Miss Anne L. Sims, both of Stalwart were granted a license to wed this week by County Clerk Snell.

Saturday, August 26th 1899 Page 1
Married Tuesday Afternoon
Mrs. Caroline Foday, of Bay Mills, and James Curry, of Dafter, were married Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. T. R. Easterday. The bride was supported by her friend Miss Christie McLean, and R.S. Brougham officiated as bestman. The groom is one of Dafter's most properous farmers. - –


Saturday, September 9th 1899 Page 1
Their China Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oren Were Delightfully Surprised Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oren were delightfully surprised by a number of friends Saturday evening the occasion being their china anniversary of their wedding.- - - -.

Saturday, September 9th 1899 Page 8
Geo. Preseau, of this city and Miss Edith M. Cameron, of Bruce Township were granted a license to wed this week by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell.

Saturday, September 16th 1899 Page 1
Joined in Wedlock
Joseph H. Sharp and Miss Caroline Condon both of Duluth, were united in marriage,, Monday, by Rev. C.P. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp spent a portion of their honeymoon at the Hotel Iroquis this week.

Saturday, September 16th 1899 Page 1
Following is a list of marriage licenses issued this week by county clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] Albert C. Hass, of Raber and Miss Amanda Bullard of Hessel
[] Michael Mahoney and Miss Agnes Sullivan both of this city
[] Duncan McDougal and Miss Jennie Atkinson, both of Eckerman
[] Wm. H. Collins, of Gladstone and Miss Lucy L. Cottle of Rudyard
[] Joseph H. Sharp and Miss Caroline Condon, both of Duluth.

Saturday, September 16th 1899 Page 1
Sullivan-Mahoney Nuptials
Miss Agnes Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Ms. Dennis Sullivan of Brown street and Michael Mahoney were united in marriage at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning at St. Mary's church by Rev. Rf. Connolly. The bride was supported by her sister Miss Mary Sullivan and Philip Mahoney, brother of the groom, officiated as best man - - - Mr. and Mrs. Mahoney have taken up their residence at the home of the bride's parents on Brown street.

Saturday, September 16th 1899 Page 1
Will Wed in Detroit
John E. Doench and Miss Henrietta Reh
The prospective marriage of John E. Doench and Miss Henrietta Reh, of Detroit, is announce to take place Thursday Sept 21 in that city . Mr. Doench is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Doench, of Bingham avenue, and well known in this city.- - - -

Saturday, September 16th 1899 Page 2
Miss Jennie Atkinson and Duncan Mcdougall, both of Eckerman, were united in marriage Tuesday evening at the residence of E. Lutes, on Ashmun street by Rev. C.P. Bates.

Saturday, September 23rd 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Following is a list of the marriage licenses issued this week by County Clerk Wm. M. Snell.
[] Murdock McLeod and Miss Minnie R. Holden, both of the Soo.
[] Herbert E. Harrington, of Rudyard and Miss Nellie Hoffman of Brewster, Minn
[] Joel J. Riendeau, of Raber and Miss Mary M. Beauchamp, of this city.

Saturday, September 23rd 1899 Page 2
Reindeau-Beauchamp Nuptials
Joel B. Riendeau, of Raber and Miss Mary M. Beauchamp, daughter of Mr. and Miss Mose Beauchamp, of Dawson street, were married Wednesday afternoon in St. James' church by Rev. Wm. Johnson.

Saturday, September 23rd 1899 Page 7
Murdock McKay, of this city and Miss Minnie Blanche Holden, late of Chicago, were joined in wedlock by the Rev. C.P.Bates, at the residence of E.G.Stack, on Maple street, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present. An excellen wedding supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. McKay will occupy one of C.W.Givins's cottages on Cedar street.

Saturday, September 23rd 1899 Page 7
Herbert Ellsworth Harrington of Rudyard, and Miss Nellie Hoffman, of Brewster,Minn, were united in marriage by the Rev. C.P.Bates at the Presbyterian parsonage, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Harrington, of Rudyard, and A. B.Davidson were present. Mr. and Mrs. Harrington, will reside at Rudyard.

Saturday, September 30th 1899 Page 1
A Delightful Church Wedding
W. Sipnieweski and Miss Anna Palchoski, both of this city, were united in marriage Wednesday morning, at St. Mary's church by Rev. Fr. Connolly. The bride was supported by Miss Winnie Hassett and John Dorgan, a friend of the groom, officiated as bestman. In the evening a delightful wedding supper and dance was given at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Palechoskia on Ashmun street, in honor of the event.

Saturday, September 30th 1899 Page 1
W. B. Leggitt and Miss Minnie E. Shobbrook to Unite their fortunes.
Will take palce Wed Oct 5 at the residence of W.H.Peck on West Spruce street.

Saturday, September 30th 1899 Page 1
Licenses to Wed
[] John Narhi and Miss Amelia Kollie both of Rudyard
[] Louis Revit of Iroquois and Miss Ellen Douman, of Brimley
[] Wm. Smale, of Ontario and Miss Susan White of Cedarville
[] W. Sepnewski and Miss Annie Pachowska, both of the Soo
[] Geoge Martel and Mrs. Philamena Shaw, both of Brimley
[] Chas. J. Pentuate and Miss Hannah P. Axworthy, both of St. Joe's Island

Saturday, September 30th 1899 Page 6
DeTour
C.Jennings and Miss Maude Answorthy were united in matrimony Monday at Sault Ste. Marie. - - -

Saturday, October 7th 1899 Page 1
IN GOLDEN CHAINS
W.B.Leggett and Miss Minn E. Shobbrock Linked For Life
A pretty wedding was that of Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peck on West Spruce street, when William Byron Leggett and Miss Minnie Etta Shobbrock were united in marriage.- - -
The bride was escorted by her brother Wm. Shobbrock. The wedding was consumated by the ring ceremony and Presbyterian ritual the Rev. T. R. Easterday officiated.

Saturday, October 7th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses, County Clerk Wm.M. Snell issued licenses to wed to the following people this week:
[] Wm Byron Leggett and Miss Minnie E. Shobbrook, both of this city
[] Joseph Payment of Sugar Island, and Miss Mary Kitchen, of this city.

Saturday, October 14th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
[] E.J.Stuesser, of Alloway, and Miss Lydia V. Brissette of Eckerman
[] John A. Taylor, of Pickford and Miss Mary McKee, of Donaldson
[] Wm. Metzer, of Bay City and Miss May Knox, of this city.
[] E.J. Kliner, of Muskegon and Miss Lillie Santimo, of this city.

Saturday, October 14th 1899 Page 3
Eckerman
A charming home wedding occurred here Tuesday morning. The contracting parties were E. J. Stuesser station agent at Allouez, and Miss Lydia Brissette, formerly telegraph operator at Eckerman. The ceremony, which took place at the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Brissette was performed by Rev. Fr. Gagnier.

Saturday, October 14th 1899 Page 7
Married At High Noon
A very pretty wedding occurred at high noon, Wednesday at St. James church, when Miss May Knox, of this city and Wm. Metzer, of Houghton, were united in marriage by Rev. Wm. Johnson. The bride was supported by her sister, Miss Hattie Knox, and Anderson McLellan acted as groomsman. - - - after the ceremony the bridal party was driven to the residence of the bride's sister Mrs. Millard Gleason, on West Arlington street, where a delicious wedding dinner was served. - - - Mr. Metzger is a brother of John Metzger, of this city, and formerly resided here. - - -

Saturday, October 21st 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
[] James C. Nelson, of Mackinac, and Andrisine C. Jacobson of Rudyard
[] Joseph LaPoint and Miss Eliza Jack, both of Drummond
[] Wm. Durocher and Miss Alphonsine Beaudon, both of the Soo
[] John Haley, of the Soo, and Miss Maggie Awiford, of Rosedale
[] John B. Killips and Miss Elizabeth Howlett, both of the Soo
[] Chas. A. Seymour and Miss Elizabeth Goetz, both of the DeTour
[] Ralph Howlett and Miss Elsie Allen, both of the Soo
[] Frederick Brooks and Miss Charlotte Picquette, both of the Soo.

Saturday, October 21st 1899 Page 1
Will Wed Wednesday
Miss Julie L. Cook and Clinton G. Tudor to Unite in Holy Bonds will take place next Wednesday afternoon at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jared R. Cook, of 320 Court street. - - Rev. J. J. Connolly will perform the ceremony.

Saturday, October 21st 1899 Page 3
Miss Charlotte Picquette and Frederick Brooks were married Monday morning at St. Mary's church by Rev. Fr. Connolly.

Saturday, October 21st 1899 Page 4
Arthur D. Wood, the popular young editor and proprietor of the Grand Marias Herald, was united in marriage with Miss Sophia E. Goupelle, last Saturday, at Two Harbors, Minn.- - -

Saturday, October 28th 1899 Page 1
United in Holy Bonds
Miss Julia L. Cook and Clinton G. Tudor Married Wednesday
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jared R. Cook, at 320 Court street, was the scene of a pretty home wedding Wednesday afternoon, when their daughter Miss Julia Louise Cook, became the bride of Clinton G. Tudor. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. J. Connolly and was witnessed by only the imediate friends and family - - The bride was assisted by her sister Miss Jessie Cook, and Leo. P. Cook a brother occiciated as bestman. - - -

Saturday, October 28th 1899 Page 5
DeTour
Miss Lizzie Goetz, daughter of Joseph Goetz and C. A. Seymour were united in matrimony Thursday by Rev. Fr. Gagnier at Sault Ste. Marie. - - -

Saturday, October 28th 1899 Page 8
Joseph Neveaux and Miss Alice Menard, both of this city were married Tuesday evening by Judge Alex. Gurnoe.

Saturday, November 4th 1899 Page 4
A marriage license was issued this week to George Hart and Mrs. John Hart.

Saturday, November 11th 1899 Page 1
A Quiet Wedding
Wm. J. Armstrong and Miss Elizabeth McCarty were quietly married at 6 o'clock Wednesday morning in St. Mary's rectory by Rev. Fr. Carre. - - -
Mrs. Armstrong is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCarty of Pickford.

Saturday, November 11th 1899 Page
Henry Sitherwood and Mrs. Emma Berry were married Monday afternoon by Rev. Bagnall.

Saturday, November 11th 1899 Page
A very pretty wedding in which Rev. A.W.Stalker, officiated, took place at the M.E.Parsonage Sunday afternoon at 3:3- o'clock. The contracting parties were George Gordon and Miss Annie Cottle, both of Rudyard.

Saturday, November 18th 1899 Page 2
George A. Patterson and Miss Nellie McCarthy were married at 7:15 last evening at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. Father Pinten, officiating. - - -

Saturday, November 18th 1899 Page 6
DeTour
Andrew Olstead and Miss Lena LaPoint were united in marriage Monday morning by Father Gagnier, of the Soo.
Saturday, November 18th 1899 Page 7
Married at the Canadian Soo Robt. W. Johnston, late of Co. M., Seventh U.S. regulars, to Miss Margaret E. Delaney.

Saturday, November 25th 1899 Page 5
Edmund Trembley and Miss Margaret Quinn were married Monday morning at St. Mary's church by Rev. F. Carre.

Saturday, November 25th 1899 Page 8
Marriage Licenses
[] Frank Lavigne and Miss Annie Cook, both of Bay Mills
[] Nathan Tripp and Miss Margaret A. Malone, both of Pickford.
[] Duffy Flora and Miss Lucy Buckholder, both of the Soo

Saturday, December 2nd 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
[] Louis Hegman and Miss Anna Silts both of the Soo
[] Joe Cota and Miss Mary A. Letendress, both of Raber
[] Henry A. Stanley and Miss Matilda Maltas, both of Pickford
[] Oliver McNeeley, of Soo Township and Miss Edith E. Byer of Dafter
[] Frank J. O'Donnell and Miss Mary Brassan, both of Soo
[] James Eady and Miss Margaret E. Duxbury, both of the Soo
[] David Young, of the Soo and Miss Margaret Long, of Rosedale.


Saturday, December 2nd 1899 Page 6
Pine Grove
Oliver McNally and Miss Edith E. Byers both of Pine Grove were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. T. R. Easterday at his residence at the Soo. Miss Ella Byers a sister of the bride acted as bridesmaid and Ab.Killips was the groomsman. The young couple will resided in a new home recently built by Mr. McNeely on his farm on the Waiskal bay road.

Saturday, December 2nd 1899 Page 8
David Young, of this city and Miss Margaret Lon, of Rosedale were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon. Rev. S. L. Clark performed the ceremony at his residence in the Soo.

Saturday, December 9th 1899 Page 1
Will Be Wedded in Detroit
Miss Anna Sweet, daughter of Light Keeper and Mrs. John M. Sweet, will be married Dec 27, in Detroit, to Warren Kruger, of that city. The wedding will be attended by Mr. and Mrs. Sweet and son John jr.

Saturday, December 9th 1899 Page 1
Thompson & Sutton Nuptials
Edward Thompson , of this city and Miss Georgiana Sutton late of Owen Sound, Ont, were married Wednesday at the Presbyterian parsonage by the Rev. C.P. Bates. The bride was supported by Miss Isabel Darwin and Joseph Bayliss officiated as bestman.

Saturday, December 9th 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
[] Edward Thompson and Miss Georgiana Sutton, both of the Soo
[] John Dallen and Miss Jennie Suggett, both of Rosedale.

Saturday, December 15th 1899 Page 1
Geo. Cota and Miss Jennie Lewis were married Monday at the Presbyterian parsonage, by the Rev. C.P.Bates.

Saturday, December 15th 1899 Page 1
A Quiet Wedding
Miss Maud M. McKee and Robt. E. Nimmo, were quietly married Tuesday afternoon by Rev. T.R. Easterday at the residence of the bride's father, John McKee of Doulas street. The bride was supported by her sister Miss Nora McKee.

Saturday, December 15th 1899 Page 5
Frank Samuel Stafford and Miss Kate Pumsha were married Tuesday at 412 Gros Cap avenue, by the Rev. T.R. Easterday.

Saturday, December 15th 1899 Page 7
Jos. Payment and Miss Mary Kitchen were joined in wedlock Dec. 6 by Justice McFarlane on Sugar Island.

Saturday, December 23rd 1899 Page 1
Mr. and Mrs. Eben Green entertained a number of friends at dinner Thursday evening, at their residence on Maple street, the occasion being the thirtieth anniversary of their wedding.

Saturday, December 23rd 1899 Page 1
Babour-Traynor Nuptials
Wm. Barbour, of the Soo and Miss Margaret F. Traynor, of Barbeau, were married Tuesday at St. Mary's church, by Rev. Fr. Rottot. Malcolm McInnis acted as bestman and Miss Margaret Dale as the bridesmaid.

Saturday, December 23rd 1899 Page 1
Miss Minnie Lindsay, sister of Thos. Lindsay, the popular night clerk of the Park Hotel, and of Mrs. Price Eagle, is now Mrs. W. J. Wurn. The nuptials were solemnized in Yonkers, N. Y., last week. - - -

Saturday, December 23rd 1899 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
[] F.R. Warner and Miss Clara Maynard, both of Bay Mills
[] Fred Deboer and Miss Bella Simmonds, both of the Soo.
[] Wm. Gibbons and Miss Janie Cater, both of Drummond
[] Wm. Barbeau, of the Soo and Miss Margaret F. Traynor of Barbeau
[] Chas. Mitten of Barbeau and Miss Lizzie Walker, of Stirlingville.

Saturday, December 23rd 1899 Page 1
Married Wednesday Evening
Miss Bella Simmons and Frederick DeBoer were united in marriage Wednesday evening by Rev. F. Bagnall, at the home of the groom's mother Mrs. Geo. McMaster, Brown street. The ceremony was witnessed by only a few of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties. - - -

Saturday, December 23rd 1899 Page 5
Fort Brady
Sergt. William Kaiser and Miss Eliza Burton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burton, were united in marriage Thursday of last week, Sergt Kaiser has the best wishes of his comrades.

Saturday, December 30th 1899 Page 1
IN HYMENS'S BONDS
A Number of Marriages in the City This Week
[] Miss Ellen Lawlor and Daniel Smith, both of Rudyard, were married Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. C.P.Bates.
[] Miss Marcena Jacobson, of Rudyard and Alfred Mulligan, of this city, were married Wednesday afternoon by Rev. T.R. Easterday.
[] Miss Ruby Kingshot and John Hill both of Lake Linden, were united in marriage on Christmas night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stevens. Rev C.P.Bates officiating. Miss Eva Pierce supported the bride and Geo. Kingshot a brother, acted as bestman. Mrs. Hill is a daughter of Stephen Kingshot, formerly a resident of this city.
[] Rev. F. Bagnall united in marriage Wednesday morning, Miss Cleo Corrigan of the Canadian Soo, and Chas. W. Dodson, of Bay Mills.
[] Miss Clara Henderson, and Wm. C. Snook, both of this city, were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the bride's home on East Portage avenue, Rev. J. E. Whalen performed the ceremony. The bride was supported by her sister, Miss Viola Henderson, while J. A. Stoddard, of Port Austin officiated as bestman. - -
[] Samuel L. McMullen, of Eckerman, and Miss Annie Clarke, of Whitefish Point, were united in marriage Thursday morning at St. Mary's rectory. Fr. Devlin performing the ceremony . The bride's mother , Mrs. James M. Clarke, and her brother William were present at the nuptials. Mr. McMullen is the popular and accommodating stage driver and mail carried between Eckerman and Whitefish Point, - - -
[] Frank Hutchinson of Barbeau and Miss Charlotte Allen, of the Soo, were married Wednesday at the Prsbyterian parsonage by Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday, December 30th 1899 Page 2
Bricker - Lattimer Nuptials
Miss Clara Bricker, of Port Elgin, Ont., and C. L. Lattimer, of this city, were married Christmas night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Comb, on Dawson street. Rev. C.P. Bates performed the ceremony. The bride was supported by Miss Nora Lambkin and Abram Darcy officiated as bestman.

Saturday, December 30th 1899 Page 6?
Bay Mills
Fred Warner and Miss Clara Maynard, two of Bay Mills most highly respected young folks, were united in marriage on Christmas morning in the Soo. Elmer Kidd acted as bestman. Miss Emma Warner, sister of the groom, acted as bridesmaid. Both bride and bridesmaid were elegantly dressed the former appearing in a beautiful dress of stone blue, trimmed in pearl. The wedding party returned to Bay Mills Tuesday evening and proceeded to the residence of the groom's father, Fred Warner, sr., in the lawless community, where a reception was given to their numrous friends and relatives in the evening. - - -

Saturday January 6th 1900 Page 1
A Colorado Marriage
A marriage of local interest occurred Dec. 12, at Victor, Col. The contracting parties were Richard Batchelor and Miss Eula Thatcher. The bride is a daughter of Dr. F. Thatcher, of Victor, Col. who, it will be remembered was united in marriage with Miss Sarah Fitch, daughter of Mrs. Clara Fitch, of this city, last May.

Saturday January 6th 1900 Page 1
Will Be Married in Calumet
A.B.Chartrand, formerly of this city, will be united in marriage Monday, January 8, with Miss Louisa j. Jenneau, of Calumet. Mr. Chartrand is in the employ of the Calumet & Heda Mining Co. of Calumet and will make his home permanently in that city.

Saturday January 6th 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
[] John K. Moran and Miss Kate Haley, both of the Soo
[] Thomas M. Crichton and Miss Driscilla F. Irwin, both of this Soo

Saturday January 6th 1900 Page 1
IN HYMNS BONDS
[] John K. Moran, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Moran, of Court street and Miss Kate Haley, daughter of Mrs. Catharine Haley, of West Ridge street, were united in marriage Wednesday evening, at St. Mary's rectory, by Rev. E. Rotlot, s.j.. The bride was attended by Miss Nora Murray and David LaPraire officiated as groomsman. - - -
[] There was a very pleasant gathering of immediate friends and relatives at the home of Mrs. Susan Irvin, on New Year's evening, to witness the marriage of her daughter, Miss Drusella F. Irvin, to Thomas M. Crichton. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. L. Clark. The attendants were Wm. J. Irvin brother of the bride, and Miss Jennie A. Ross. - - - Mrs. Crichton was born and raised in the Soo

Saturday January 13th 1900 Page 2
David J. LaPrarie and Miss Nora Murray were united in marriage Tuesday morning, at St. Mary's church, by Rev. Fr. Devlin. The bride was supported by her sister Miss Addie Murray and Frank J. Doyle officiated as groomsman. - - - After the ceremony the bridal couple and immediate friends were driven to the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, of Ferris street where a delicious wedding breakfast was served. - - -

Saturday January 13th 1900 Page 6
Bay Mills
On the evening of Jan 8, a large number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. James Allport completely surprised them by appearing at their residence for the purpose of celebrating the anniversary of their 5th year of married life or wooden wedding.

Saturday January 20th 1900 Page 6
Bay Mills
Miss E. Donolly and H. P. Miller wre united in marriage in St. Mary's church in the Soo last Monday. Miss Donolly came to this place from North Bay,Ont., several years ago, and is one of Bay Mills leading young ladies. Mr. Miller is an employee of the D.S.S. & A.R.A. - - - They will take up residence in the Soo. - - -

Saturday January 20th 1900 Page 7
Miss Lizzie Donnelly of Quebec and Harvey P. Miller, of Collingwood, Ont. were married Monday morning at St. Mary's church, by Rev. Fr. Rollet.

Saturday January 27th 1900 Page 1
Fletcher-Eagle Nuptials
Johnson Fletcher and Miss Edith Eagle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Eagle, were married Thursday, at the Presbyterian, parsonage, by the Rev. C. P. Bates, Miss Laura Eagle, a sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and James Maxwell, officiated at best man Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher have taken up their residence at 503 Easterday avenue.
Saturday January 27th 1900 Page 1
Married 60 Years.
Anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Leasens Celebrated by Relatives
Mr. and Mrs James L. Lipsett entertained all the relatives on Mrs. Lipsett's side of the family Monday evening at dinner. There were about 40 present. The event was to celebrate the 60th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Lipsett's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Leasens, of Schomberg,ON., who were not able to be present.
The celebration was simultaneous with one held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Pearson, Schomberg,ON., where Mr. and Mrs. Leasens have resided for the past 10 years with their daughter, Mrs. Pearson. There were present at the celebration here four children, Mrs. D. Cameron, Mrs. Lipsette, Mrs. R.F. Seaman and Mrs. W. R. Cunningham, of Soo,Ont, 37 in all, being, children, grandchildren and children-in-law of the old couple. An elaborate supper was served by Mrs. Lipsett.
Mr and Mrs Leasens wre both born in Prince Edward county, Ont in 1820. The first 50 years of their married life was spent on their homestead in Gray county, Ont. The union was blessed by nine children, who were all married and all but one are living at the presenct time. They have 32 grandchildren, 10 of whom are married, and 18 greatgrandchildren, making a total of 77. - - - - -

Saturday January 27th 1900 Page 5
Marriage Licenses
[] Johnson Fletcher and Miss Edith Eagle, bot of the Soo
[] Philetus Foster, of Sugar Island, and Miss Rose A. Boudre of Bay Mills
[] Arthur L. Cameron and Miss Mary Gamnall, both of the Soo
[] Walter J. Sanler and Miss Mary E. Stribbell, both of the Soo

Saturday January 27th 1900 Page 5
Saturday January 27th 1900 Page 5
Married in Canada Frank Robotham and Miss Ida H. Eccles were married Friday of last week, at the Canadian Soo, by Rev. Duncan, of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Robotham returned to this side Saturday and have taken up their residence at the home of Mr. Robotham's aunt, Mrs. Chas. M. Andrews.

Saturday January 27th 1900 Page 8
A Pretty Wedding
Arthur L. Cameron and Miss Mary Campbell Married Wednesday
One of the prettiest weddings of the season occurred at the present home of the contracting parties, now Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Cameron on East Portage avenue. It was on Wednesday evening, at 7 o'clock that Miss Prescilla Collins began the wedding march - - - The Rev. A. W. Staker officiates - - -

Saturday February 10th 1900 Page 4
Marriage Licenses
[] Alex. Alfood and Mrs. Annie Calbeck, both of Bay Mills
[] John Andrew and Miss Charlotte Captain, both of Sugar Island

Saturday February 10th 1900 Page 5
John Davey and Miss Mary Brock two well known young people of Picford were married Wednesday in that village by Rev. W. J. Pasmore.

Saturday February 10th 1900 Page 8
Joined In Wedlock
Miss Louise Roach and Philip H. Falter were married Sunday at the home of Miss Alice Hardy, in Detroit, by Rev. Mr. Waters. The announcement of the wedding came as a complete surprise to the friends of Miss Roach. - - - - The bride is the youngest daughter of Capt. A. B. Roach and a sister of Mrs. F. L. Higgins and of Fred. W. and Frank H. Roach of this city. - - - -

Saturday February 17th 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Issued by Clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] Warren E. Bailey and Miss Myrtle L. Fairchild, both of DeTour.
[] Peter Taschener and Miss Lizzie Hawkins, both of Bay Mills.

Saturday February 17th 1900 Page 1
A Double Wedding
Rev. A. W. Stalker officiated at a double weddin in the Central M. E. parsonage Wednesday afternoon. The contracting parties were: Alexander Alford and Miss Annie Colback and Peter Taschner and Miss Lizzie Hawkings, all of Bay Mills.

Saturday February 17th 1900 Page 3
Bay Mills
Peter Tashner took unto himself a bride Wednesday night. The young lady who joined him in marriage is Miss Lizzie Hawkins, a sister of Mrs. Ralph Rogers, and has been a resident of this place for several years.

Saturday February 17th 1900 Page 3
Bay Mills
Mrs. James Calbeck and Alex Alfred were married in the Soo Wednesday.

Saturday February 17th 1900 Page 4
Married in the Canadian Soo
John Frazer, of this city, and Miss Sarah A. Stalward, of Jorvis, Ont., were married Thursday, at the Canadian Soo, by the Rev. M. Duncan. Mr. Frazer is an engineer for the E. D. Smith Co., water power contractors, and is very popular among his associates. Mrs. Frazer is an estimable lady and a leader in social life of her former home. Mr. and Mrs. Frazer have taken up their residence in this city.

Saturday February 17th 1900 Page 8
One of the prettiest weddings of the season at London, Ont., occurred January 19, in St. Mary's church. The contracting parties were Alfred Poliquin and Miss Catherine Payment. Wm. Sheridan acted as groomsman and Miss Florence McKeen as bridesmaid. - - - -

Saturday February 24th 1900 Page 3
Pickford
John Gillet and Miss Anna Robinson, both of Hessel, were united in marriage by Rev. John Drumm on Tuesday.

Saturday February 24th 1900 Page 4
A license to wed was granted this week to Wm. L. Roger and Miss Ethel M. Bell, both of this city.

Saturday February 24th 1900 Page 4
John W. Gillet and Miss Gertie A. Robinson, both of Pickford were married Wednesday in that village by Rev. John Drumm.
Saturday February 24th 1900 Page 5
Elizabeth Kate Abbott, of this city, and Frank A. Small, of Munising were married Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's mother Mrs. Elizabeth Abbott, on the Mackinac road, by Rev. T. R. Easterday. Miss Adah Abbott, a sister, acted as bridesmaid and James Johnson, of Munising, officiated as bestman. - - - Mr. and Mrs. Small have gone to Munising, their future home.

Saturday March 3rd 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses issued this week by Clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] Frank Ferguson and Miss Lillian M. Brewer, both of Toronto, Ont.
[] Wm. S. J. Chamberlain and Miss Jennie Belvall, both of Drummond, Mich.

Saturday March 3rd 1900 Page 1
Married Monday Morning
Wm. Busho and Miss Alice Prior were united in marriage Monday morning at St. Mary's church, by the Rev. Father Rottot. - - - - at the residence of the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Busho, of East Portage avenue. Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Busho have taken up their residence on Cedar street.

Saturday March 3rd 1900 Page 7
Bay Mills
Lou Waiskal and Mrs. Larose were united in marriage last Monday evening. Rev. Sanderson conducted the ceremony.

Saturday March 3rd 1900 Page 3
Drummond
A very quiet home wedding at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Fairchild was held at noon Feb. 22, when Warren Bailey, Jr. and Miss Myrtle Fairchild were married. Judge Wm. A. Cloudman performed the ceremony in the presence of the family and a few near friends. - - -

Saturday March 10th 1900 Page 4
County clerk Wm. M. Snell's office in the court house, was the scene of a happy though quiet wedding, yesterday afternoon. The contracting parties were Dominico Spedaford and Miss Maggie Labbatt, both of the Soo. Judge Alex. Gurnoe performed the ceremony.- - - - - -

Saturday March 10th 1900 Page 6
It is said that Wm. Chamberlain and Miss Jane Belval were united in marriage by Judge Willoughby, Sunday afternoon. --

Saturday March 10th 1900 Page 8
Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Richards entertained a number of friends Monday night at their residence, 727 Maple street in celebration of the fifth anniversary of their wedding - - - .

Saturday March 17th 1900 Page 5
Marriage Licenses issued by Clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] Harrison E. McLeod, of the Soo and Miss Margaret A. Costello, of Ionia, Mich.
[] Samuel Couges of the Soo, and Mrs. Agnes Cranston, of Echo Bay

Saturday March 24th 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses
[] Geo. T. Russell, of this city, and Miss Eva Guy of Battle Creek, Mich.
[] James Chouinard of Ottawa, and Miss Mary Witty, of Manitoulin Island, ON.
[] Geo. E. Campbell and Miss Mary Garness, both of Thessalon,ON

Saturday March 24th 1900 Page 1
Will Wed in Ohio
S. G. Taylor left yesterday for Mohawk Village, O., where he will be united in marriage March 28 with Miss Ettie Johnson, of that City. The ceremony will occurr at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson.

Saturday March 24th 1900 Page 2
Geo. Taylor and Miss Bella Lang married at the Canadian Soo
The home of Alderman and Mrs. Robert Lang, of the Canadian Soo was the scene of a very pretty event on Tuesday evening, when their daughter, Miss Bella was united in the happy bonds of matrimony with George Taylor, customs officer at Michipicoten. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. A. Duncan at 8 o'clock. - - - - - They will reside on Pim street, Soo, ON

Saturday March 24th 1900 Page 1
Russel-Gay Nuptials
Geo. T. Russell, of this city and Miss Eva Gay ,of Battle Creek, Mich., were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage, Wednesday afternoon, by the Rev. C. P. Bates.

Saturday April 7th 1900 Page 4
William E. Stewart and Miss Ellen B. Jondreau, both of DeTour were licensed to wed this week by county clerk William M. Snell.

Saturday April 14th 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Issued
[] George H. Woodward and Miss Florence H. Rogers, both of the Soo
[] Edward Greenwood, of the Soo, and Miss Florence Corham of Engadine,MI.
[] M.S. Hotton and Miss Emma Turner, both of the Soo.

Saturday April 21st 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses Issued by Clerk Wm. M. Snell
[] Geo. E. Stibbs and Miss Mary Alice Graham, both of the Soo
[] Wm. Elliott, of the Soo and Miss Martha M. Orford, of Ontario
[] Frank D. Fuller and Miss Margaret M. Foley, both of the Soo
[] Wm. G. Rorabeck, of Collingwood, ON, and Miss Retta Lawson, of the Soo
[] Samuel R. Sigley, of the Soo and Miss Mary M. Glendenning, of Strongs,MI

Saturday April 21st 1900 Page 1
A HAPPY WEDDING
Geo. E. Stibbs and Miss Mary A. Graham, were united in marriage, Wednesday, morning at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. James Graham, at 332 Amanda street. Rev. A.W.Stalker performed the ceremony. The bride was supported by Miss Mabel Van Egmond, of the Canadian Soo and Geo. Graham, a brother, officiated as bestman.--

Saturday May 5th 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses issued this week
[] Duncan McKechnie and Miss Margaret Armstrong, both of Brimley
[] Geo. McGahey and Miss Ella Robinson, both of Dafter.

Saturday May 19th 1900 Page 3
Bay Mills
Elmer Kidd and Miss Emma Warner were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. Jas. R. Sanderson, on the morning of May 9. The cememony took place at 6:30 o'clock at the parsonage. Miss Kate Cormode and Albert Kidd performed the gracious part of bridesmaid and groomsman. - - - -

Saturday May 26th 1900 Page 1
Marriage Licenses issued this week
[] Elias Beadle, of Mackinac Co. and Miss Minnie Hamilton of Pickford
[] Robt. Alex.Cliff, of Fort William, ON., and Miss Mary Lucas, of Soo,Mich.
[] Carl Gowan and Miss Christina Colman both of Rudyard
[] Guy A. Ashton, of Minneaplois and Miss Edrina Maria LaDousa of Bay Mills.
[] Cleophas Desormeaux, Jr., and Miss Elmira Bergeron, both of Kelden.

Saturday May 26th 1900 Page 8
CUPID IS ACTIVE
[] The prospective Nuptials of Frederick E. Leefe and Miss Lida Austin - - - - take place Monday, June 4th at the home of Miss Austin in Morrice, Mich.- - - - - Mr. Leef is the son of Major and Mrs John G. Leef, USA
[] Guy A. Austin, of Minneapolis, Minn, and Miss Edrina Marie Ladouson of Bay City, Mich were united in marriage Tuesday by Justice J. P. Conrich.
[] Miss Christina Colman, of Fiber and Carl Gowan formerly of the Soo but now of Rudyard, were united in marriage at the presbyterian church, Tuesday by Rev. C. P. Bates. Miss Dolly Gowan, a sister acted bridesmaid and John Colman, brother of the bride as bestman.
[] A quiet wedding was preformed at the Canadian Soo, at the residence of the bride's sister, on Wednesday night, of last week, when Miss Fanny Campbell, of Soo, Ont., and Joseph A. Gibbon, of this city were united in marriage. Rev. W. A. Duncan performed the ceremony.