Robertson, George & Miss Mary Tindall, Wedding 1907
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Date: 10/15/2005 at 21:39:54
Robertson, George & Miss Mary Tindall, 27 Feb 1907
Source: Akron Register newspaper
Dated February 28, 1907
ROBERTSON - TINDALL: At the home of the bride's mother, Wednesday,
February 27, 1907, Mr. George Robertson and Miss Mary Tindall.
This happy nuptial event was witnessed by relatives and several invited
friends, Rev. O. L. Spurgeon, pastor of the Adaville U.B. church,
officiating. A fine wedding dinner was served and in the evening an
enjoyable party was given in their honor.
The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Jas. Tindall, of Johnson township, this
county, the family being among the best known and most highly regarded
in that neighborhood. She is a charming, accomplished young woman and
has taken a prominent part in church and social affairs.
The groom has farmed in the vicinity of Adaville several years, an fro a
time was mail carrier out of Akron on R.F.D. No. 7, but resigned that
position about a year ago. He is bright, clean, industrious young
man-worthy in every respect.
After a visit in Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson will begin homemaking on
a farm near Ruble.
Akron friends add to the large home circle their congratulations and
wishes for their complete happiness and success.
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