Young, David & Miss Perkins (Marriage 1884)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 3/19/2011 at 21:38:52
LeMars, Plymouth Co. Iowa
February 27, 1884
p. 3, col. 2
Davie is gone sure this time. Young as he was, he thought that to go it alone longer, was a shame. So this morning he sailed out on the oft tempestuous sea of matrimony, Miss Perkins, a niece of Dr. Hackett, accompanying him. The groom is a quiet, unassuming young Scotchman, who has made many friends, and has a comfortable home about a mile east of town and is a fitting helpmate for the lady he has taken for better of worse. Mrs. Young is agreeable, and unostentatious, refined in manners, and, like her husband, has many and warm friends. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's uncle in the presence of a few friends and the relatives of the happy couple. There were no cards of invitation issued, thus showing that they did not wish publicity. We wish, with others, the Young couple much happiness.
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