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Early Monroe and Vicinity Marriages

BAKER, BEARDEN, BENNINGTON, BROWNFIELD, BURCKHALTER, BUTTERS, CHAPLIN, COAKLEY, COONS, DANKS, DINGEMAN, DONALDSON, EDWARDS, HANKINS, HENDERSHOT, HERTZOG, HISKEY, HOLLAND, HONNOLD, KANE, KERR, KISER, KODER, LOAR, MCCOMAS, MCCROSKEY, MCCUEN, MOORE, MORRISON, MULCAHY, MULKAHY, MULLINS, MURPHY, PATCHER, ROBERTS, ROMANS, ROUSH, SCOTT, SHAW, SUMMERS, TEFFT, VANDER MAST, WALKER, WHITTED, WINTER, WITTMER, WOOD, WOODY, WRIGHT

Posted By: Diana Wagner
Date: 5/12/2017 at 13:41:31

Early Monroe and Vicinity Marriages

Bearden – Hertzog Wedding
Married – On Wednesday, May 25, at the Prairie City House, Prairie City, Mr. Henry C. Hertzog and Miss Anna Bearden, both of Monroe; Rev. Murphy officiating.
Source: Newton Journal; June 1881

Mulkahy – Coakley Wedding
Married – At the Catholic Church in Monroe, May 10th. Mr. John Coakley of Pella, to Miss Johana Mulkahy of Monroe, Rev. Father Pheely, of Newton officiating. Monroe Mirror
Source: Newton Journal; May 19, 1881

Baker – Burckhalter Wedding
Monroe Mirror – At the residence of the bride’s parents, Thursday, January 5, 1882, by Rev. w. E. Shaw, Mr. A. C. Burckhalter and Miss Mattie Baker.
Source: Newton Journal; January 19, 1882

Hiskey – Tefft Wedding
Wedded – At the residence of the bride’s parents, in Monroe, Thursday, April 20th, 1882, Mr. Amos Tefft and Miss Huldah Hiskey, Rev. Murphey officiating.
Source: Newton Journal; May 3, 1882

Koder – Mullins Wedding
Married – At Monroe, Iowa, on Thursday evening, Jan. 12, 1882, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. Koder by W. G. Romans, Esq., Mr. W. H. Mullins and Miss V. D. Koder.
Source: Monroe Mirror; January 26, 1882

Murphy – Butters Wedding
Prairie City News – At the residence of the bride’s parents in Monroe, Thursday evening, December 29th, Ira Butters, of this place and Miss Lizzie Murphy of Monroe.
Source: Newton Journal; January 5, 1882

Kiser – Hankins Wedding
Married – In Monroe, Iowa, on Wednesday, May 29, 1884 at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hankins, Mr. J. C. Hankins of Boulder, Colo. And Miss Emma Kiser of Newton. Rev. B. F. Durfee, pastor of the M.E. church officiating.
The Hankins – Kiser wedding was one of the most brilliant affairs that has occurred in Monroe for some time.
Source: Newton Journal; probably June 1884

Woody – McCuen Wedding
Married – By Rev. D. Brown at the Presbyterian parsonage on the 21st inst., Mr. John McCuen of Monroe, Iowa and Miss. Mary E. Woody of the same place.
Source: Newton Journal; May 25, 1887

Patcher – Whitted Wedding
The wedding of Mr. Tom Whitted, one of Jasper Co.’s progressive young farmer boys and Miss Corney Patcher, one of Monroe’s excellent school teachers, is to take place this evening at the parental home of the bride. They are both excellent young people and we hope their wedded life may be full of happincess.
Source: Newton Herald; December 1, 1893

Scott – Wright Wedding
Married – In Monroe Wednesday, September 21, at high noon, Miss Stella Scott, of Monroe, and Mr. Wright, of Nebraska; we are not acquainted with the groom, but have known Miss Stella or Mrs. Wright for years. She has been a very successful school teacher.
Source: Newton Herald; September 29, 1893

Honnold – Moore Wedding
Mr. Walter Moore and Miss Lizzie Honnold were married at Des Moines Saturday last. They came down on the evening train, and had it been known they were married, a band serenade would have been the result. The young people are well and favorably known in Monroe, one as a businessman and the other as a school teacher. Their many friends join the Mirror in extending congratulations.
Source: Newton Journal; January 3, 1894

Kane – Mulcahy Wedding
Monroe Mirror – Married at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. P. L. Mulcahy, near Monroe, Iowa, on Wednesday, Oct. 3rd, 1894 at 12 noon, Mr. Barney Kane and Miss Kate Mulcahy, Father Quinn officiating.
Source: Newton Journal; October 17, 1894

Kerr – McComas Wedding
Monroe Mirror – At the residence of the bride, Oct. 3rd, 1894, Mr. Chas. McComas and Miss Laura Kerr, Rev. John M. Tool officiating.
Source: Newton Journal; October __, 1894

Loar – Vander Mast Wedding
Monroe Mirror – Married at the residence of the bride’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Loar, in Monroe, Iowa, Dec. 20, 1893, Mr. John Vander Mast, Jr. and Miss Myrtle Loar, Rev. R. W. Smith of the M. E. Church officiating.
Source: Newton Journal; January 3, 1894

Hertzog – Summers Wedding
On Sunday evening, Nov. 1, 1896, Mr. Jesse Summers and Miss. Lyda Hertzog were united in marriage at the residence of the bride’s parents, Elder Hertzog, officiating.
Source: unknown

Morrison - Moore Wedding
Married, on Wednesday evening, Sept. 23rd, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morrison, in Monroe, Miss Mamie E. Morrison and Homer S. Moore; Rev. R. W. Smith officiating.
Source: Newton Record; September 25, 1896

Walker – Roush Wedding
Monroe Mirror: Simpson Roush and Alma M. Walker were married on last Wednesday evening. They expect to occupy the Ogg Marsh farm near Fairmount.
Source: Newton (IA) Journal; Wednesday, February 19, 1896

Honnold – Shaw Wedding
W. M. Shaw and Ethel H. Honnold were married at the home of the brides parents Wednesday evening, May 19, 1897. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Honnold and the groom a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shaw – both of them prominent among the young people of Fairview twp. And deservedly respected.
Source: Newton Journal; May 26, 1897

Brownfield – Roberts Wedding
Fred Roberts and Miss Myrtle Brownfield, both of this place, were married in Des Moines Nov. 21.
Source: Iowa State Democrat; December 1, 1898

Coons – Chaplin Wedding
Monroe Mirror, Sept. 7 – On Thursday evening, Aug. 21, at the Methodist parsonage, occurred the marriage of Miss Ona Pearl Coons, of Monroe to Mr. Wm. C. Chaplin, of Calhoun, Mo. They will leave for their new home at Calhoun about Sept. 15
Source: Newton Journal; September 13, 1905

Donaldson – Bennington Wedding
Monroe Mirror – July 6 – Wednesday evening, June 28, 1905, at six o’clock, occurred the marriage of Mr. Edward Bennington of Des Moines to Miss Lydia Donaldson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kingdon in Monroe.
Source: Newton Journal; July 1905

Donaldson – Bennington Wedding
Monroe Mirror, July 6. – Wednesday evening, June 28, 1905, at six o’clock, occurred the marriage of Mr. Edward Bennington, of Des Moines to Miss Lydia Donaldson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kingdon in Monroe.
Source: Newton Journal; July ___, 1905

Romans – Hendershot Wedding
On Tuesday evening, Sept. 5th, at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. James Romans, their daughter, Miss Ada Pearl was united in marriage to Mr. Francis Frederick Hendershot, member of the clothing firm of Beymer and Hendershot, who are opening a new store at Estherville, whither the young married people will remove.
Source: Newton Journal; September 13, 1905

Holland - Edwards Wedding
Monroe Mirror – Married in Des Moines, Ia., Saturday, October 2, 1909, Miss Alta Holland of Monroe, Ia., and Mr. R. F. Edwards, of Des Moines. The bride is an excellent young lady, competent to take upon herself the duties of a household. The groom is an energetic young business man, and all around good fellow. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will go to housekeeping at once where they will be “at home” to their friends after Nov. 1, at 1440 East 19 St., Des Moines, Ia.
Source: Newton Journal; October 13, 1909

Winter – McCroskey Wedding
On Thursday evening, April 14th, Raymond V. McCroskey and Elta A. Winter were united in marriage at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Winter on North Hoyne Ave., Chicago.
Source: Newton Journal; May 4, 1910

Wittmer – Danks Wedding
Monroe Mirror – Miss Angie Wittmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wittmer and Mr. Robert Earl Danks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Danks, were married a week ago Monday, June 2nd, by the Rev. Fitzsimmons of Reasnor, at the parsonage there. They are two of Monroe’s most excellent young people and a host of friends join in wishing for them a long life of happiness and prosperity. For the present they will make their home with his parents.
Source: Newton Daily News; June 14, 1913

Wood – Dingeman Wedding
Miss Ivy Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Wood, and Jacob Dingeman, son of Will Dingeman, were united in marriage at Newton last Saturday, October 7. Both are prominent young people of Monroe, Iowa.
They will be at home to their many friends after November 1.
Source: Newton Daily News; October 13, 1922


 

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