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The Vinton Eagle; June 30, 1903
June 24, 1903
Garrison

Voorheis - Brown

Miss Grace Vooheis and Earl Brown Married at Garrison

Blairstown Press - Wednesday, at high noon, at the home of the bride's parents at Garrison, Miss Grace Vooheis was united in marriage to Earl E. Brown of Blairstown, the Rev. A. S. Wight of the Presbyterian church, performing the ceremony.

The above item may come as a surprise to some of the groom's friends in this vicinity as the young gentleman has been very cautious regarding information as to when this happy event should occur. There were a large number of guests to witness the ceremony and extend congratulations to the happy pair. The bride has a host friends around her home locality who will greatly miss her from their midst. Although regretting her departure from that locality they all heartily bespeak for her a bright and joyous future, and hope the couple may be blessed with a liberal portion of the good things of this life to a ripe old age. Mr. and Mrs. Brown spent Wednesday evening at the home of the groom's sister in Vinton, and will soon be at home to their friends at Blairstown where they will receive at cordial welcome.

{Submitter comment: not related}

Submitted on 15-Aug-2020 by
John Shuck, henricojohn@gmail.com


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Vinton Eagle; 7-25-1878
Sept. 19th, 1878
Vinton

BROWN-HOLLINGSWORTH -- By Rev. S. Williams, Sept. 19, 1878, at the residence of the bride's mother in Vinton, John D. Brown and Miss Mattie E. Hollingsworth, all of Benton county, Iowa.

Submitted on Jul 14, 2001 by
Mark Engledow, mr_engledow@hotmail.com


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