Bryan, G.L. & Lydia Ann Attrill (Marriage 1912)
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Date: 2/25/2011 at 11:08:35
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
April 2, 1912
MARRIED AT COURT HOUSE.
G. L. Bryan and Lydia Ann Attrill, of Adaville, were united in marriage on
Saturday morning. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. E. Gilbert, pastor
of the First Methodist church, and took place in the office of the Clerk of
Courts. The young people are well known and popular in the west part of the
county. They will make their home in Adaville, where the groom conducts a
LeMars Sentinel, April 5, 1912
Lester Bryan and Miss Lydia Attrill were married in LeMars, Saturday, March 30th. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Attrill and is well known, having lived here all her life. The groom came here a year ago, having bought the Adaville blacksmith shop. They will live for a time with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Attrill.
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