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Farrell, P. & Kate Murray (Marriage 1892)


Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 12/3/2011 at 13:47:43

LeMars Sentinel
January 26, 1892


FARRELL-MURRAY—At the Catholic church in Kingsley, Monday, January 25th,
1892, Rev. M. M. Tierney, officiating, Mr. P. Farrell, of LeMars, and Miss
Kate Murray, of Kingsley.

Mr. J. J. Tierney, of LeMars, acted as groomsman and Miss Mary Murray, of
Kingsley as bridesmaid.

Mr. Farrell’s frequent calls to Kingsley on legal business have possibly
been noticed by his friends for some time, but after all, a number of people
will be surprised to hear the character of his case and how fortunately his
suit has been decided and that he has won his case. He is a county official
whose genial character and sterling integrity have won him a host of friends
in the county as well as in this, the city of his choice. The young lady has
drawn a prize and awhile the Sentinel may not be sufficiently familiar with
her history and character to say much of them. The fact that Mr. Farrell has
selected her from all the rest of the world, to join him in life’s pathway,
speaks volumes in her praise. The bride is a daughter of J. B. Murray, a
farmer near Kingsley. After Thursday the bride and groom will be at home in
this city.


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