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Shea, Daniel & Henrietta McCoy (Marriage 1910)


Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 2/7/2012 at 20:23:58

LeMars Globe-Post
April 8, 1910


Miss McCoy Weds Daniel Shea

At the St. James church at 10 o’clock yesterday morning occurred the
marriage of Miss Henrietta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, of this
city, to Mr. Daniel Shea, of Remsen, Rev. Father O’Farrell, officiating.
The friends and relatives of the bridal couple witnessed the ceremony,
nuptial high mass being celebrated.

At 10:30 o’clock an elegant wedding breakfast was served at the bride’s home
and a reception followed. The repast was served in several courses and four
of the bride’s friends did the honors of serving.

The dining room and tables were tastefully decorated and adorned with red
and white carnations and ferns.

Miss Cora Sullivan played Mendelssohn's wedding march as the bridal party
ascended the altar to receive the marriage vows. Mr. H. Langdon sang, “Oh,
Promise Me.”

A sister of the bride, Miss Mayme McCoy, acted as the bridesmaid and Mr.
John Shea, the groom’s brother, was the groom’s attendant.

The bride’s wedding gown was a pretty creation of blue broadcloth with hat
and gloves to match.

Mr. and Mrs. Shea will leave Saturday morning for their new home at Dallas,
S.D., which the groom has prepared on a farm.

Both the bride and groom have lived all their lives in Plymouth county being
members of old settler families and are popular in a large circle of friends
and acquaintances. They start on their wedded life with all the adjuncts
for happiness and prosperity including the well wishes of a large community.

Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. Shea, Mr. John
DeViche, and Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Fiedler, of Remsen.


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