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McLaughlin - Humphrey, marriage & gift givers 1888

MCLAUGHLIN, HUMPHREY, MULARY

Posted By: S. Ferrall - IAGenWeb volunteer
Date: 6/5/2019 at 19:48:54

~North Iowa Times, Thursday, January 12, 1888

Married. At St. Richard's church, Monona, Iowa, Tuesday morning, January 10, at 9:30 a.m. by Rev. Corbett, J.W. McLaughlin, of Elkader, and Miss Maggie U. Humphrey, daughter of James Humphrey of Giard township.

Miss Katie Humphrey, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Dennis Mulary, of Elkader, was the groom's best man. At the hour appointed the bridal party took their places at the alter. The marriage was solemized immmediately before mass, and at the benediction the party again advanced to the alter to receive the blessings of the church.

After mass Father Corbett delivered a highly appropriate sermon. By special request, Miss Ryan, daugher of Mr. Jno. Ryan, acted as organist, and sung mass. The singing and misic was very fine and acknowledged by many present to the the best ever heard in the Monona church.

The service ended, the party was driven to the residence of the bride's parents, where a sumptous repast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey fully sustained their reputation for open-hearted hospitality.

To Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin we extend a happy greeting and our sincere wishes for a happy and prosperous future.

The following is a list of presents and by whom given:

[transcription note, some of the type-set was difficult to make out - there may be errors]

Silver cake dish, Mary and Julia Ryan
Silver pickle castor, J.P. McKinley and brother
One dozen napkins and cut glass breakfast castor, Miss Mary O'Malley
Plush chair tidy, Miss Ella Humphrey
Parlor lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Humphrey
Bowl and pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. John Korte
Half dozen silver knives, Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Sullivan
Plush work box, Mamie and Richie Humphrey
One dozen napkins, Mrs. J. F. and J.H. Tapper [may be Mrs. J.E.]
Plush toilet case, M. and D. Dempsey
Silver sugar spoon and butter knife, Isaac Love
Table spread, Mr. and Mrs. B. Morrison
Fancy cut glass water pitcher, Alex O. Killen
Bed-spread, Mrs. Dan Hagerty
Rocker, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Humphrey
Bed-spread and towels, Mrs. Geo. Williams and daughter
Parlor lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howard
Parlor lamp, Katie and Dan Dudy
Parlor lamp, Herman Pufahl
Cut glass sugar bowl and cut glass cellery dish, Mr. and Mrs. Love
Table spread, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reidel
Cup and saucer, Dan Hagerty, Jr.
One dozen napkins, Katie Hays
Silk chair tidy, Mr. and Mrs. John Killen
Cut glass cellery dish, M. Hays
Hanging lamp, Katie E. Humphrey
Clothes basked, J.W. Werder
Parlor rocker, Mr. and Mrs. Con Hagerty and Mrs. C. Hagerty and son
Pair linen towels, Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich
Chromo, F. Ulca [possibly Bica]
Clothes brush and cigar case, Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Wingate
China cup and saucer, J.D Hagerty
Set silver tea-spoons, Emma Ryan
Set silver tablespoons, Ed Ryan
Parlor mirror, Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Beacom
Plush cabinet picture framer, Mary E. Conway
Set china plates, cups and saucers, Kate and Pat Ryan
Table linen, Mr. and Mrs. John Grady
Fancy table linen and napkins, James McLaughlin
Hanging lamp, Mrs. and Miss Muligan and Mrs. Jas McLaughlin
Twenty dolloars, Mr. James Humphrey, father of bride
Silver dollar, J.P. O'Leary
Two dollars, Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Leary
One dollar, T.F. Kelleher
One dollar, Geo. Hurke [or Burke]
One dollar and a half, H.C. Collins [initials best guess]
One dollar, P.L. Liddy
Pair linen towels, Mr. M. O'Neill
Amberina water service, Mamie and Lou Humphrey
Linen towels, Mrs. T. Hayes
Glass cake stand, Miss M. Hagerty
Linen towels, Mrs. D.P. Hagerty
Lamp, Joe O'Malley
Crystal water service, E. Mathews and H. Koth
Set goblets, J. Sweiger
Broom, dust-pan and brush broom, Bert Sturtevant
Glass set, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bonzer
Stand cloth, Tillie Bonzer
Amberlina glass set, J.R. Molumby
Turkish towels, Annie Clifford
Pickle dish, Lizzie Reidel
Soap dish, Mary Reidel
Glass set, Willie Brooks
Set knives and forks, Mary Carroll
Sauce dish and fruit dish, Maggie Carroll
Table spread, D. Kelley
Glass Set, Hannah Kelley
Goblets, Annie Clifford
Table cloth, Mary F. Kenny
Lamp, Julia Sheehan
Set silver tea-spoons, C. Anderson
Pair towels, Nora Kenny
Cake stand, B. Kenny
Pair vases, Mary Kenny
Set silver teaspoons, J. Curtain
Pair napkin rings, Marry Connel
Pair Majolica vases, Robert Ormsby
Pair vases, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Kennedy


 

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