Marriage Edward Keenan & Miss Agnes Clarey

Married September 16, 1903

Contributed by Linda Linn


Row 1:  Mae Beaulieu, Thomas Clarey, John Clarey in front of Thomas, unknown boy, Mary McCarty Clarey,  Thomas F. Clarey holding Clifford

Row 2:  Annie Clarey, Jim Keenan, Rhea Coulson, priest, Fr. Barron?, Agnes C. Clarey (the bride), Edward Keenan (the groom), unknown boy, Irene Coulson, Mary Boden Clarey, older boy, (possibly Will Clarey), unknown boy,  Nellie Clarey Mansfield, John W. Clarey

Row 3 Unknown young woman, Kate Clarey, Unknown, Hettie/Hattie Marshall Clarey, Lucy/Lue Keenan, John Mansfield, Laurence Clarey, John T. Keenan


LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
September 18, 1903

Married at Ellendale.
Miss Agnes C. Clarey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Clarey, of Liberty township, and Edward P. Keenan. of Aberdeen, S. D.. were united in marriage on Wednesday morning, September 16, at the Catholic church at Ellendale, Rev. Father. J P. Barron, of Sioux City, performing the ceremony. Only members of the two families were present at the wedding.

After the ceremony at the church, the wedding party adjourned to the Clarey home where a fine breakfast was served. The young people left on the afternooon train on a honeymoon trip to Denver and other western points. They will be at home in Aberdeen, S. D., after October 15.

The contracting parties are both well known and popular. Miss Clarey has taught school for a number years and is a highly accomplished young woman. Mr. Keenan is a Plymouth county young man who is making his way ably in the world in his profession as a lawyer. He is a whole souled and pleasant young fellow, with good ability and makes friends wherever he goes. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Keenan, residing in Johnson township, and a brother of City Attorney J. T. Keenan, of LeMars.


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