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Allamakee Co. Compiled Marriages


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YARWOOD - LIVINGOOD Earl Stanley Yarwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Yarwood of Calmar township, and Miss Gertrude Mathilda Livingood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Livingood of Frankville township, were married Sunday, January 19th at the Frankville Lutheran parsonage. The ceremony was performed at 12:30 P.M. Attendants at the wedding were Miss Dorothy Livingood, bridesmaid, sister of the bride, Donald Yarwood, best man, brother of the bridegroom. The happy young couple will reside on the E. L. Yarwood farm where their many friends wish them a long and happy married life. The bridegroom attended rural schools in Calmar township and is well and favorably known in that vicinity.  The bride likewise attended Frankville township rural schools and attended Frankville high school. Immediately following the ceremony a bridal dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents.  ~Clipping from mother's scrapbooks. Unknown newspaper, likely the Postville Herald.  The date of marriage was January 19, 1936 - contributor: Mary Durr
YARWOOD - SMITH At the residence of the bride's parents, in Post township, on Thursday, Nov. 23rd, 1893, by Rev. D. Miller, C. F. Yarwood, of Ridgeway, and Miss Olive Smith. Mr. Smith presented his daughter with $116. The Review extends congratulations. ~Postville Review, Sat. Dec. 9, 1893 -contributor: Reid R. Johnson
YEOMAN - COPPERSMITH Rev. W.E. King, pastor of the M.E. church of this city, was at Dorchester, Iowa, Wednesday June 25th, having been called there to perform the marriage ceremony which united Michael B. Yeoman and Miss Nora Coppersmith as man and wife. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Yeoman and bride left the same day for Niagra Falls, N.Y., on a wedding tour. The groom is a dentist at Lansing. ~Caledonia Argus; Caledonia, MN; July 6, 1906 ~contributed by S. Ferrall
YEOMAN - WATERMAN Married - At Waukon, Nov 20, 1868, by Rev. R Ricker, Mr William A Yeoman to Miss Vilona Waterman, all of Allamakee Co. ~Waukon Standard, Nov. 25, 1868 - contributor: Bob Hoy
YONKERS - BOYNTON In Postville, Iowa, Sept. 25th, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. C. H. Yonkers to Miss Minnie M. Boynton both of Postville., Rev. J. W. Ferner officiating. ~Postville Review, Sat., Oct. 2, 1886 - contributor: Reid Johnson
YOUNG - DUNNING MARRIED. At the residence of the bride's mother, in Franklin township, July 20th, by Rev. J.W. FERNER, Mr. Edgar R. YOUNG and Miss Hattie M. DUNNING. A number of years of personal acquaintance warrants the writer in saying that Miss DUNNING is a most estimable lady, and worthy to be the consort of the man of her choice. Of the groom we may say from acquaintance and repute that he is honest and industrious and we believe that together the journey of life will be pleasantly passed. ~Postville Review, July 24, 1886 - contributor: S. Ferrall
YOUNGLOVE - RICKER July 20th, 1890, By E. Swenson, Esq., Mr. C. L. Younglove, of Post township, and Miss Mary Ricker, of Franklin township. ~Postville Review, Sat., Aug 23, 1890 - contributor: Reid Johnson

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