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FAIRCHILD - WESTBEY At the Southern Hotel, Cedar Rapids, May 15th, 1883, by Rev. HOOD, Mr. J.R. FAIRCHILD, of Postville to Mrs. J.E. WESTBEY of Danville, Ill. The newly married couple arrived here on the noon B.C.R. & N. train. They commence housekeeping in Ed. EATON's house, next door west of J.N. LEITHOLD's residence as soon as sufficiently repaired. We are unacquainted with the bride and hence cannot say much regarding her; but she is the lady of Mr. FAIRCHILD's choice and we are assured that she will make him a good wife. We believe Mr. FAIRCHILD has not resided in Postville more than 10 months. But in that short time he has became widely known as a skillful mechanic and an honest upright man. ~Postville Review, May 26, 1883 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FANGMEIER - EVERT Married-John H. Fangmeier and Erna Evert were united in marriage Sunday evening, July 3rd. Rev. Barton officiating.
~Postville Review, July 8, 1898 -contributed by Reid R. Johnson
FANGMEIER - FRENCH At the home of the bride's uncle, H.H. GUY, in Britt, Iowa, at four o'clock in the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 21, 1908, occurred the marriage of Miss Cora N. FRENCH, of Coggon, Iowa, to Mr. John FANGMEIER of this city. After the ceremony the happy couple left by train for Waverly, Iowa, for a brief visit at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Charles MEYER. The groom is one of Postville's best known young men. He is the soul of good nature, affable and agreeable-to-a-fault, honest, industrious and of good habits. He is at present head clerk at the Farmers' Store. The bride is a fine appearing lady, and though practically unknown to Postville people, she is vouched for by unquestioned authority as an educated and refined young lady of many excellent qualities. Mr. and Mrs. FANGMEIER returned to Postville last Saturday and have already settled down to housekeeping in the Mrs. BEEDY cottage on the north side, where the Review joins with many friends in wishing them health, happiness and prosperity. ~Postville Review, October 30, 1908 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FEICKERT - MEYER Miss Irene Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer, who live notheast of Castalia, and Theodore Feickert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Feickert of Forbes, North Dakota, were married Tuesday morning at the home of the bride's parents. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. F.R. Ludwig. Attendants were Leonard Meyer, brother of the bride, and Georgene Koenig, a friend of the contracting parties. The bride was attired in a chiffon wedding gown, floor length, and the bridegroom wore a suit of the conventional blue. Shortly following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to fifteen relatives and friends at the Meyer home. Table waitresses were Chrystal Koenig and Marian Dunning. Mr. Feickert has been located in this vicinity for the last five years, working on various farms. The newlyweds will make their home for the time being with the bride's parents. ~Postville Herald, October 2, 1940 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FELLOWS - MINTEER Lansing, Ia., Dec. 27 - Lansing friends have received announcements of the marriage of John F. Fellows, son of Mayor and Mrs. Fellows of Lansing, and Dorothy Minteer of Tulsa, Okla., on Saturday at the First Lutheran church in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Fellows will reside in Tulsa where the groom is an employee of the Ozark Chemical company. ~Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal, Dubuque, Iowa, Sunday morning, December 28, 1930 - from S. Ferrall
FELLOWS - SMITH Married this week: A.M. FELLOWS, of Lansing, son of Judge L.E. FELLOWS; to Miss Elsie SMITH, of Cresco, daughter of the editor of the Cresco Times. ~Postville Review, September 21, 1889 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FELTES - TONEY Waukon, Ia. - The marriage of Miss Lorraine Toney of Waukon and Lewis Feltes of Bellevue took place here Tuesday morning at St. Patrick's Church with the Rev. Ernest J. McDonald, pastor, celebrating the nuptial mass. They were attended by Lorraine (sic) and Hassal Toney, sister and brother of the bride. Following the ceremony, a dinner was served at the bride's home and in the evening a reception was held. the bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Toney, Union Prairie Township farmers. She received her education in Waukon High School and the past year was employed near Bellevue. The bridegroom is engaged in farming near Bellevue, where the new home will be made. ~Dubuque Telegraph-Herald Feb. 8, 1939 - from S. Ferrall
FERRING - WALDRON Agnes Waldron (dau of Peter Waldron and Mary Gavin) m Anthony Ferring of Lansing, son of Mathias Ferring and Margaret Kaut, 22 Nov 1904. ~St. Mary's church records (Lycurgus), currently being held at the Immaculate Conception rectory in Lansing - contributed by Kathy Ward
FEUERHELM - LAYER Herbert Feuerhelm and Miss Ruth Layer drove to Elkader Saturday August 24, where they were secretly married. Ruth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Layer, and Herbert a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feuerhelm of Mays Prairie.
~La Crosse Tribune and Leader-Press, Tuesday, September 03, 1935. Lansing column. -contributed by Reid R. Johnson
FIELDS - LARSON Miss Minnie, daughter of L. O. Larson of Taylor, was recently married at Jasper, Minn., to Mr. Albert M. Fields, a prominent young business man of Cedar Falls. ~Allamakee Journal & Lansing Mirror, Oct 29, 1930 in the Looking Backward Twenty-Five Years Ago column (1905) - contributed by Ann Krumme
FIET - MOHWINKLE Dorchester-Miss Gertia Mohwinkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delton Mohwinkle, was married to Daniel R. Fiet of Rockford, Ill., son of Mr. and Delbert Fiet of Waukon, in a cemetery Saturday at 2 performed by the Rev. Edmund De Buhr at Mt. Hope Presbyterian church. The bride was attired in a Chantilly lace and tulle gown and a shoulder length veil held by a crown of sequins and pearls. Her flowers were pink roses. Her attendants were Mrs. Marium Gerjets of Monticello, matron of honor, and Mrs. Neil Shaffer, both sisters of the bridegroom. Gregory Mohwinkle served as best man and Neil Shaffer of Minot, N. D., was groomsman. Ushers were Ralph Mohwinkle, Calvin Shindale, and Mr. Gerjets, James Shindale was ringbearer. A reception was given in the church parlors. The newlyweds will live at Rockford on a return from a trip to Omaha. Mr. Fiet is a graduate of the Universal Trade school at Omaha and is employed at Pel Body Shop in Rockford. ~Cedar Rapids Gazette; June 9, 1963 -contributed by Diana Henry Diedrich
FIETE - JEGLUM Jay D. Fiete & Elvira Jeglum; Marriage license # 3905, Sept. 27, 1910; Signed James Collins, Clerk of District Court & Mayme Stafford, Deputy
Affidavit [abstracted] signed by John Dundee states that he swears that he is acquainted with Jay D. Fiete and Elvira Jeglum and that he is age 22 that she is age 21 years, both of sound contracting mind, single and unmarried; and that there is no legal impediment to the parties entering the marriage.
Return of Marriage:
Groom - Jay D. Fiete; Residence - Waukon; Occupation - Butter maker; Age next birthday - 23 years; Color - white; Race - Cauc; # of marriages for Groom - 1; Place of birth - Waukon, Ia; Father - Frederick Fiete; Mother maiden name - blank
Bride - Elvira Jeglum; Residence - Waukon; Age next birthday - 24 years; Place of birth - Waterville; Father - Louis Jeglum; Mother - M. Jenson; Where and when married - Waukon;
Witnesses: Amy Jeglum and Ralph Jeglum
Signed: Jay D. Fiete & Elvira Jeglum
Dated at Waukon 27 September 1910 by T.H. Temple, M.E. Minister
~Allamakee co. Iowa Marriage Book No. 9 - contributed by Sharyl Ferrall
FINK - HAERER Mayme Haerer and Leo Fink motored to Caledonia, Minn. Saturday afternoon and at four o'clock exchanged vows before Judge Elmer Anderson. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. George Whalen Jr. and the wedding party motored to Prairie du Chien where supper and entertainment was enjoyed at the Spit and Whistle throughout the evening. ~clipping, hand-dated June 1960 - contributed by Errin Wilker
FINK - SOLBERG July 6, 1951- Helen Solberg and Bud Fink ~Allamakee Journal, July 11, 1951 - contributed by Errin Wilker
FINK - VIRAK

Mr. & Mrs. Harris Fink, 1942

A very lovely wedding took place at the Bethany Lutheran Church, Chicago, Ill., Saturday, Dec. 19, at 11 o'clock when Miss Lorraine Virak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Virak of Westby, Wis., became the bride of Mr. Harris Fink, second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fink of New Albin. Rev. J. Thorsen officiated at the ceremony, at which a few close friends of the bride and groom were present. Attending the bridal couple were her twin sister, Miss Lorina Virak, and Mr. Bruce Carver, a friend of the groom. The bride was attired in a white silk net gown with a finger-tip veil, and carried a bouquet of white gardenias and pompons. The bridesmaid wore a blue silk net gown, and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. The groom wore a white suit, and his attendant wore dark blue suit. A 6:30 dinner was served at the place where the bride has made her home the past year. After a brief honeymoon, the young couple will make their home in Chicago. The bride was formerly employed at the Standard Safety Equipment Co. and Mr. Fink is a machinist at Danley's Tool and Die Co., Cicero, Ill. "Shooky's" many friends hereabouts wish he and his bride a long, happy and prosperous wedded life. ~newspaper clipping, 1942 - contributor, Errin Wilker
FINK - WATERS Vows were spoken Saturday by Mary Waters and Rodney Fink. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Waters and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Fink, all of New Albin. ~undated clipping - contributed by Errin Wilker, note: they were married 06 Aug 1960 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, New Albin
FINNEY - BIKE Married. At Rock Grove, Ill. on Feb. 4th, 1874 by Rev. E. ALLEN, Mr. S.B. FINNEY, of Postville to Miss Ella M. BIKE of the former place. ~Postville Review, February 11, 1874 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FISCHER - SCHROEDER Wilhelm Heinrich Fischer and Maria Louisa Schroeder, married June 14, 1888 by Pastor John Gass. ~St. Paul Lutheran Church records - contributed by Steven W. Bareis
FISCHER - SCHULTZ August Fischer and Sophia Wilhelmine Katherine (Katie) Schultz married June 22, 1886 in Castalia, Iowa. R.F. Gibson, Justice of Peace. Henry Schultz and Carrie Olson as witnesses. ~no source given -contributed by Margo Harbridge
FISHER - MCDANELD MARRIAGE. At the Congregational parsonage, on Monday, Sept. 12th, 1887, Mr. James A. FISHER, to Miss Effie M. McDANELD, both of Postville, the Rev. J.W. FERNER, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. FISHER expect to go to housekeeping in a few weeks. ~Postville Review, September 17, 1887 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FITZGERALD - ASCHOM Lansing Girl Becomes Bride of Carl Fitzgerald of New Albin - Miss Clara Aschom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmer Aschom of Lansing and Carl Fitzgerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitzgerald of New Albin were united in marriage Monday morning at seven o‘clock at the Immaculate Conception church in Lansing. The Rev. J.L. Breitbach read the nuptial mass. The couple were attended by Miss Georgia Aschom, sister of the bride and Devan Qulllin, friend of the groom. Mrs. Fitzgerald wore a river blue gown with matching accessories. Her attendant was attired in pink with matching accessories. Both wore shoulder corsages. A wedding dinner was served to immediate relatives at the home of the bride’s parents. A reception was held that evening at the Dreamland Ballroom in New Albin in honor of the newlyweds. The couple left on a trip to Milwaukee after which they will make their home in Lansing. ~Waukon Republican & Standard, Feb. 26, 1941 - from Errin Wilker
FITZGERALD - DIXON Thomas Fitzgerald married Mary Dixon, Hanover, Allamakee co. ~no date or source given -contributed by Mary Kay Gleisner
FITZGERALD - MORAN The marriage of Daniel Fitzgerald and Mrs. Emily Moran, both of this city, took place at 6:30 Wednesday morning at St. Patricks’ church, the pastor, Rev. Father Stuart officiating and celebrating nuptial mass. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard O’Brien. The bride was born and reared in this county, her parents being Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bowen, pioneer settlers in Union Prairie township. For some years she has conducted a beauty parlor in Waukon. The groom came over here from New Albin some years ago and is employed in the T. F. O’Brien & Co. hardware store. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the bride’s home, after which they left for Minneapolis for a honeymoon visit with relatives of both parties. On their return they will make their home in Waukon. With their other numerous friends the Journal extends its congratulations and trusts that Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald will have a long and happy married life. ~Allamakee Journal and Lansing Mirror; January 28, 1931 ~contributed by Ann Krumme
FITZGERALD - RYAN Monday, at St. Patrick’s church, Waukon, took place the wedding of Maggie Ryan, a popular clerk in Hale & Jenkin’s store, to David Fitzgerald, a young business man of Emery, S. D.
~Allamakee Journal & Lansing Mirror, June 26, 1929, from the Looking Backward Thirty-five Years Ago (1894) column - contributed by Ann Krumme
FITZGERALD - WALDRON Elizabeth Waldron (dau of Peter Waldron and Mary Gavin) m Patrick Fitzgerald 15 Oct 1889. ~St. Mary's church records (Lycurgus), currently being held at the Immaculate Conception rectory in Lansing - contributed by Kathy Ward
FITZSIMMONS - MARSTON On Wednesday, the ninth of November, at Minneapolis, occurred the marriage of Miss Vera Carolyn Marston of Postville, Iowa, to Mr. Stanley L. Fitzsimmons of Pomeroy, Washington. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. A. F. Marston and has a host of friends here who join in extending congratulations. The bride and groom are here paying a visit to relatives after which they will go to Pomeroy, Washington, to make their home. ~Postville Review, Fri., 5 Dec. 1919. ~contributor: Reid R. Johnson
FLAGE - KLEPPER Ed Flage and Lillian Klepper were married yesterday morning in the home of the bride's parents in Frankville. ~Iowa Volksblatt, Friday, Oct. 17, 1917 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FLOYD - STAFFORD MARRIED. At the residence of William SLORAH, in Postville May 13th, 1880 by Rev. G.W. PRATT; Mr. H.A. FLOYD of Cedar Rapids and Miss Florence STAFFORD of Franklin. ~Postville Review, May 15, 1880 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FOELS - KROGMANN Miss Freida Krogmann and Adolph Foels, Jr., were married at the Lutheran church in this city Tuesday evening, Rev. E. Bockelman officiating. ~Elkader Register, Thur., June 11, 1903 (re-printed from the Postville Review, undated) -from Reid R. Johnson
FOELS - POESCH Adolph F. Foels and Margaretha A. Poesch, married March 17, 1886 by Pastor John Gass. ~St. Paul Lutheran Church records - contributed by Steven W. Bareis
FOELS - SANDERS Married. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sanders, three miles east of Postville, on Friday, Jan. 30, 1914, occurred the marriage of their daughter Esther to Albert Foels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Foels. The young couple are well and favoraby known and with their many friends, the Review joins in extending its sincere well wishes for happiness and prosperity. ~Postville Review, February 6, 1914 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FOELS - SCHROEDER Married. At the home of the bride's parents, near Luana, on Wednesday evening, occurred the marriage of Wm. FOELS to Emma SCHROEDER. ~Postville Review, February 19, 1909 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FOELS - WILKE In our mention of the Foels - Wilke wedding last week, owing to the European war we got the wrong fellow married to the right girl, and under the circumstances we ask you to forget all about last weeks item and look at the real facts in the case, which are: At five o'clock on Thursday evening, Dec. 3, at the home of the bride in this city occurred the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Wilke and Mr. Arthur Foels, the ceremony being performed by Rev. E. Schmidt. The young couple will occupy the John Waters farm. With the many friends of this worthy couple the Review joins in extending them the best of well wishes. ~Postville Review, Friday, December 11, 1914 - contributed by Reid R. Johnson
FOLEY - COTA Harpers Ferry, Ia. - The marriage of Miss Rose Marie Cota, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Cota of Harpers Ferry, to Leo Foley, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Foley, farmers of Taylor Township, took place Thursday morning at St. Ann's church here. The ceremony was performed and the nuptial mass was celebrated by the Rev. John J. Costello, pastor. A wedding dinner was served the immediate relatives at the home of the bride's parents, and a recepton was held in the evening. Both are graduates of Harpers Ferry High School. The new home will be made with the parents of the bridegroom. ~Dubuque Telegraph-Herald, Friday evening edition, June 9, 1944 - from S. Ferrall
FOLSOM - ENYART On Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1919, Gilbert Folsom of Post township and Miss Flossie Enyart, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wright Enyart of Makee township, met in Waukon as per agreement and called on Rev. R. L. VanNice of that city, who tied them up for life agreeably to the usual custom. These worthy young people are both well and favorably known in this locality and a host of friends will join in wishing them bon voyage on the sea of matrimony. They will settle down to housekeeping on the Carl Casten farm on Henderson Prairie, where we hope they may live long and prosper. This wedding marks the passing into wedded bliss of the last of ten children - eight boys and two girls - of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Folsom of this city, most of whom are living in this locality. ~Postville Herald, December 05, 1919 - contributed by Reid R. Johnson
FOLSOM - EWING MARRIED- In the parsonage of the F.W.B. Church, in Postville, Sept. 30th, 1877, by Rev. I. W. Drew, Mr. Thomas Folsom and Miss Eliza Ann Ewing, all of Myron.- Postville Review, Saturday, October 6, 1877 -contributor: Reid R. Johnson
FOOTE - MEIER At the residence of the bride's parents in Postville, Io., on Tuesday, Aug. 29th, 1899, at high noon, by Rev. Klose, of Monona, Mr. T. A. Foote and Miss Alma C. Meier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Meier. Only relatives of the contracting parties were present at the ceremony. The newly wedded couple took the afternoon train for Guttenberg, where they remain a few days before going to Colesburg, where Prof. Foote will teach the coming school year. The Review extends it's heartiest congratulations. ~Postville Review, Fri., Sept. 1, 1899 -contributor: Reid R. Johnson
FOSSUM - FROSLIE Albert Fossum and Miss Louisa Froslie were married at the residence of the bride's parents in Paint Creek twp last Wednesday. ~Postville Review, March 8, 1890 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FOSSUM - JACOBSON Miss Selma Johanna Jacobson and Mr. Adolph Fossum were united in marriage this morning at the Lutheran church at Waterville, Rev. Gronlid performing the ceremony. A reception followed the ceremony at the home of Mr. Sander Jacobson, a brother of the bride. Both the principals are of prominent families of Paint Creek township. They will make their home on the groom's farm a mile north of Rossville. ~Dubuque Telegraph Herald, Sat., Nov. 9, 1919 -from Reid R. Johnson
FRANCK - OWEN Mr. Elmer W. Franck of Monona and Miss Alice Owen, of Postville, were married by the Rev. James B. Bird at "The Little Brown Church" on Tuesday evening, September 1st. They were accompanied by the groom's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Riehle, of New Hampton. After a few days Mr. and Mrs. Franck will be at home to their friends in Monona. All good wishes attend them on their wedded journey through life. -Monona Leader. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Owen of this city, a graduate of the Postville High School and a successful teacher, a most likeable young lady and the Herald joins with her many friends in extending hearty well wishes. ~Postville Herald, September 10, 1925 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FRANKLIN - COOK Married. In Postville, Io., Dec. 15, 1885, by Rev. S.T. McKIM, Mr. [? Orla -- difficult to read] M. FRANKLIN, of Myron, to Miss Carrie L. COOK of Postville. they begin life with a good home, surrounded with many friends, and we trust a bright future. ~Postville Review, December 19, 1885 - contributed by S. Ferrall
FRANKLIN - COOK Married- At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cook, near Myron, on Jan. 1st, 1885, By Rev. J. W. Ferner, Miss Flora A. Cook to Mr. Orie D. Franklin. We have no particulars of this affair, but doubt not that it passed off very pleasantly. The Star offers them its hearty congratulations. ~Postville Star, Thur., 8 January 1885. ~contributor: Reid R. Johnson
FRANZEN - LUKENBELL At Smithfield, Allamakee County, Iowa, May 1st, 1881, by Rev. C. H. Gramley, of Monona, Mr. Franz Franzen, of Postville, and Miss Mary Lukenbell, of Smithfield. We extend hearty congratulation to our young friends, and hope prosperity and happiness may crown their lives until the end. They have gone to housekeeping in the Gulic building on the east side. ~Postville Review, Sat., May 7, 1881 - contributed by Reid R. Johnson
FREILINGER - MOORE New Albin, Iowa - The wedding of Miss Marion Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, and Matt Freilinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Freilinger of Sand Cove, occurred at St. Joseph's church at eight o'clock Tuesday morning. Rev. Father Hayes performed the ceremony. The bride wore tan lace over crepe de chine, with hat and slippers to match, and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Della Freilinger, a sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid wore blue georgette. Raymond Moore, a brother of the bride, was best man. Forty guests attended the wedding at the church, as well as the dinner which followed, given at the home of the bride's parents. A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Matt Freilinger was given at Kelly's hall Tuesday evening. Dancing and refreshments completed the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Freilinger will live on the Chris Freilinger farm a few miles west of town. ~Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal, Dubuque, IA, December 1, 1929 - from S. Ferrall (Note: the couple's full names are Mathias Freilinger & Felecia Marion Moore. The wedding date was 11/26/1929 - from Errin Wilker)
FRENCH - BALDWIN Leroy L. French, of Postville, and Florence Baldwin of Elgin were married in West Union, Monday, April 4th, at the M. E. parsonage by the Rev. A. M. Billingsley. They will reside on the Harvey French farm, north of Postville. ~Postville Herald, Thursday, April 7, 1927 - contributed by Reid R. Johnson
FRENCH - PIXLER Rev W. R. Mellow, of this city officiated Wednesday noon at a wedding at the home of Frank Larsen in Bloomfield township, Winneshiek Co. The contracting parties were Leroy L. French of Postville and Goldie Ann Pixler of McGregor. Congratulations are in order. ~Postville Review, July 16, 1915 -contributed by Phyllis Peterson
FRITZ-BOY To the Circuit Court of Alamakee County: This certifies, That on the 6th day of June A.D. 1870 at Waukon in said County, according to law, and by authority, I duly joined in Marriage Jacob Fritz and Louisa Boy. Given under my hand, the 6th day of June A.D. 1870 Returned and filed on the 7th day of June A.D. 1870 /S/ W. S. Stilwell, J.P. /S/J.W.Pratt, Clerk
~Certificate of Marriage - contributed by Jacob O. Fritz
FRITZ - NISE George Fritz and Anna Maria Nise, married February 14, 1884 by Pastor John Gass. ~St. Paul Lutheran Church records - contributed by Steven W. Bareis
FRITZ - WENDEL Louis Fritz and Agnes Wendel, of Lansing Ridge, were married on Monday, February 17, 1890. ~Allamakee Journal, Lansing, Iowa. February 1925 - contributed by Jacob O. Fritz; note: son of John Martin Fritz and nephew of Louis (Ludwig) & Verena Fritz
FRYE - SEGRIST Married. At the residence of the brides parents, Nov. 20th, 1879, by G.W. PEARSON, Esq.; Mr. William FRYE and Miss Mary A. SEGRIST, all of Allamakee county. ~Postville Review, November 27, 1879 - contributed by S. Ferrall


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