Mills, George M. & Amy A. Allin, Wedding 1890
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Date: 10/15/2005 at 21:07:34
Mills, George M. & Miss Amy A. Allin, 29 Oct 1890
Source: LeMars Sentinel, October 31, 1890
MILLS-ALLIN -At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Allin, LeMars, the Rev. Mr. Gaynor, of Sioux City, officiating, on
October 29, 1890, Mr. George M. Mills to Miss Amy A. Allin.
Mr. Mills is a son of M.G. Mills, Esq., an early settler of Elgin
township, one of the wealthiest and best farmers of Plymouth county.
George is a very popular young man of sterling qualities and business
habits. Miss Allin is the oldest daughter of Henry Allin, Esq., of
LeMars, and a most estimable and attractive young lady of cultivated
mind. She has been a prominent member of society circles for the past
few years in this city and has a host of friends in this vicinity who
will wish her a pleasant time on the matrimonial sea. Messrs. Alex.
Adams and Bert Freeman acted as groomsmen; Miss Ada Allin and Miss Mabel
Mills were the bridesmaids on the happy occasion. All members of both
families together with a few of the most intimate friends were present.
A number in elegant presents were made to the bride and groom. After
participating of a very sumptuous supper and passing a pleasant social
time with the friends and relatives, the newly married couple took the
9:30 train south to visit Omaha and other points. In a few days they
will return to their home north of LeMars.
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