[ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Msg ] [ Read Next Msg ]

Grebner, Walter & Pearl Burrill (Marr 1912)


Posted By: Viv Reeves (email)
Date: 3/11/2005 at 11:48:21

Marriage License
Walter George Grebner & Pearl Irene Burrill
March 27, 1912
Courthouse record, Volume 6, Page 375
Members of Well Known Families United in Marriage

Walter G. Grebner and Pearl Irene Burrill were united in the bonds
of matrimony at Adaville by Rev. F. M. Boyd, pastor of the U. B. church
on Wednesday, March 27, 1912, the ceremony taking place in the

The bride wore a becoming gown of white French lawn trimmed with
Valenciennes lace, insertion and overlace. The wedding flowers were
white roses.

After the ceremony the bridal party proceeded to the Grebner home,
where a splendid dinner was served.

The bride is the eldest daughter of G. H. Burrill, of O'Leary, and
is one of Plymouth county's successful teachers and very popular among a
large circle of friends. Her chosen life's companion is the second son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Grebner, of Johnson township. He is a young man
of splendid and sterling qualities. The young people grew up on
adjoining sections in Johnson, the brides' parents moving to Union two
years ago. [actually in 1908 per a family researcher]

May all their fondest hopes be realized is the wish of their large
circle of friends. They will make their home on the Grebner farm in
Johnson township.

The elder Grebners will move to Merrill to make their home.

LeMars Sentinel, April 5, 1912

At the Adaville U.B. parsonage on Wednesday, March 27th, occurred the marriage of Walter Grebner and Miss Pearl Burrill, Rev. F.M. Boyd officiating. They were attended by Miss Eva Burrill, a sister of the bride, and Mr. Clark. May all their fondest hopes be realized is the wish of their many friends. They will make their home on the Grebner farm.


Plymouth Documents maintained by Linda Ziemann.
WebBBS 4.33 Genealogy Modification Package by WebJourneymen

[ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Msg ] [ Read Next Msg ]