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Davenport Democrat
Davenport Scott Co, Iowa


Jan 3, 1872
Married
At the residence of the bride's father, on the 30th, by the Rev M. STEWART,
Mr. Otto MEYER to Miss Ella MILLER.

Died
Of scarlet fever at 2:20 this morning ,Wednesday, at her residence on Rock
Island street, between 8th and 9th, Mary A., wife of M.V. GANNON. Funeral
tomorrow from St. Marguerite's Church at 3 p.m.

Jan. 3d, 1872, John WALLACE, Sr., in the sixty-seventh year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence on 16th, between Main and Harrison streets,
on Friday, at 11 o'clock.

Jan 8, 1872
Married
At the residence of the bride's father, Mr. A.C. JONES, on the first day of
January, 1872, Mr. Aaron BRUMBAUGH and Miss Amelia A. JONES.

Jan 10, 1872
Married.
GOULD-HUMPHREY. On the evening of the 9th inst., at the residence of the
bride's father, by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Henry W. LEE, Mr. Geo. E. GOULD and
Miss Emeline L. HUMPHREY.

Died
MILLER-January 9th, 1872, at 8 o'clock, A.M. of scarlet fever, Christina
MILLER, wife of Severin MILLER.

In this city, Wednesday morning, Jan 10th 1872, Warren P. HERRICK, aged 38
(or 88?) years. Funeral services at 2 o'clock tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon
from the residence of F.W. WATSON, cor 4th and Main streets. Friends of the
family are invited to attend.


Jan 12, 1872
Died
BUTLER.
In Davenport township, three miles west of the city on the 11th inst at 9
a.m., Kate, daughter of John and Agnes BUTLER.
The funeral services will be held from St. Anthony's Church at 10 o'clock
tomorrow a.m. The remains will leave the residence at 9 o'clock. Friends of
the family are invited to attend.

Jan 13, 1872
Died
In this city, on Friday evening at 10 o'clock, Frank, son of Frank R. and
Mildred A. PUTNAM, aged 13 years and 4 months.
Funeral on Sunday at 9 o'clock.

FAY-On the 12th inst., at 10 p.m., John Baker, son of Edwin and Elizabeth
FAY, aged twenty months and four days.
Funeral from the residence, corner of Main and Twelfth streets, at two o'
clock tomorrow (Sunday). Friends of the family are invited to attend.


Jan 15, 1872
Died. In this city, Saturday, Jan. 13th, at 5 o'clock A.M. of Consumption,
Miss Katie HASSETT, youngest daughter of the Widow HASSETT on West 3rd
street. Aged 18 years and 8 months.
The funeral took place at St. Mary's church, Sunday 3 o'clock P.M.
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Jan 16, 1872
Married
Jan 15, 1872 by the Rev. R.S. CAMPBELL, at the residence of the bride's
brother, in Davenport township, Scott county, Iowa, Mr. Andrew M. JOHNSON
and Miss Mary M. CRILLY.
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Jan 17, 1872
Married.
At Trinity Church, on Wednesday morning January 17th, Rev. J.E. WOODHUE
officiating, Mr. J.J. KINNAMAN of this city, to Mary J. WALTON, formerly of
Joliet, Ill.

Jan. 1st, 1872, at the 5th St. Methodist Parsonage by Rev. E. MILLER, Edwin
W. BUCKWALTER, to Miss Mary L. PRICE.
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Jan 20, 1872
Married
BUCHANAN-FOSTER. On the 18th inst., at 5 o'clock P.M. at St. Marguerite's
Church by Father COSGROVE, Mr.. Jas. P. BUCHANAN to Miss Eliza A. FOSTER.
Both of this city.

Died.
ACKLEY. In this city today, Jan 20th at 5 a.m. of diphtheria, Sarah E., only
daughter of Charles and Fannie L. ACKLEY, aged 16 months and 5 days.
Funeral from the ACKLEY house at 2 o'clock. P.M. tomorrow, Sunday. Friends
of the family invited to attend.
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Jan 21, 1872
Married.
In Topeka, Kan, on Tuesday, January 17th at the residence of Mr. M. HAGEMAN,
Will W. SIMMONS, of Topeka and Miss Hattie A. FREEMAN, of Davenport, Iowa.

In this city, on Saturday, January 20th , by Rev. Nathaniel SEAVER, Mr. O.H.
KINNAMAN and Mrs. Sarah A. DICKINSON.

Died.
In this city, at half past two o'clock tuis (Monday) morning, Archie C., son
of John M. and Melissa A. JENNINGS, aged 4 years and 11 months.
Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) from their residence, corner 4th and College
Avenue.
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21 Jan 1872

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Issued by M.D. SNYDER, Clerk of the District Court, for the month ending
January 3, 1872

E.J. WILCOX to Helen HULL
Peter HA**** to Theresa STRABE
George HEGENBERGER to Margaret HILLER.
A.M. JOHNSON to Mary M. CRILLY
George HENRICHSEN to Lizzie BUTLER.
Charlie B*OCCSAL to Rose SIGMOND
Fred LORENSEN to Christian J. JOHNSON.
George E. GOULD to Emeline L. HUMPHREY.
A.J. ******** to Annie *OWRDS.
Joseph CLINTON to Margaret POLLOCK.
Henry H. HART to Rebecca STEWART.
Jacob HUFFMAN to Mattie BROWN.
G.H. **** to Esther McGINNIS.
Charles SEABER to Mary *CHEBEL
Frans J.A. COHRT to Caroline BEUHN
Henry EVANS to Anna C. TECH.
Al*** FOULES to Alice A. DUNN.
J.J. KINNAMAN to Mary J. WALTON.
Charles MATTHEWS to Roma AMBERG
A.J. HOLMEN to Louisa M. MILLS.
Claus TIEDEMAN to Margaret GREENWARD.
George LEAMER to Mary WHITSON.
William BUCHANAN to Eliza A. FOSTER.
H. VOSS to L. HORAT.
George DOWN to Ernestine BOGEL (or BEGEL)
James DONABY to Hannah KERNY.
S. CULBERTSON to Mary H. HESS.
C.H. KINNAMAN to Sarah A. DICKINSON.
Ferdinand HARLING to Margaret DAMMAN.
Theodore TRAXEIL to M.L. TOWNSEND.
George OTT Jr. to Lacy DE FOY.
Richard COX to Anna PRICE.
John J. MALONEY to Catherine HAPT (or HUPT)
August BEHL to Louisa FENNEBERG.
John TRUAX to E****** LANE.
John HAMMANN to Dora BINS.
John ZENS** to Christina R*SER
Frederick ****MAN to Mary STEIN

Jan 25, 1872
Died.
Thursday morning, Jan 25th, Emma Cecelia, infant daughter of Joseph and Mary
GEMBEL, aged nine months.
Funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock from house corner
3d and Iowa.

Davenport Democrat
Davenport, Scott Co, Iowa

Feb. 7, 1872

Married.
On Tuesday, Feb. 6th at St. Kunigundt's [sic] church by Rev. Father NIERMAN,
Mr. H.W. KERKER to Miss Rose, daughter of J.M. SELIEN, Esq. All of this
city.


Feb. 19, 1872
Died.
On the afternoon of Sunday, the 18th inst., J.Alpha, son of John W. and
Fannie DAVIS, aged four years and two months.
Funeral will take place at Gilruth Chapel, on Tuesday, at 3 p.m. Friends of
the family are invited to attend.
How much we miss the good night kiss
That ever on us smiled.
But joy dwelleth with the one we miss-
Our darling, blue-eyed child.

In this city, this morning, Roscoe C., only son of the late Warren P. and
Maggie HERRICK, aged 13 months and ? days.
Funeral from residence of F.W. WATSON, corner 4th and Main, at 3 o'clock,
tomorrow. Friends and family invited.

Feb. 26, 1872
Died.
William B., youngest son of Augustus W. and E.C. WESTFIELD, Feb. 23rd, 1872,
aged 16 mos. and 28 days.
Funeral Saturday , Feb. 24th, at 2 o'clock, P.M. from the residence on draw
pier of old bridge across the Mississippi-
The above was the first birth and the first death in the house since the
bridge was built.
Pall bearers Messrs. E.H. MACK, Thos. SMITH, D. DONNELEY, John SAINT.
[Washington, D.C. papers please copy]

Feb. 28, 1872
Married.
This morning, in West Davenport, at the residence of the officiating
clergyman, the Rev. J.A. RUSSELL, Mr. J.S. HALDEMAN and Miss Mara SHURTLAFF,
both of Clinton, Illinois.

Daily Democrat
Davenport, Scott Co, IA

March 7, 1872
Died.
In this city, this morning, between 7 and 8 o'clock, Edward Homan, son of
James and Mary GARSTANG, aged 1 year 7 months and 9 days.
Funeral tomorrow at 2 o'clock, P.M. from residence on 3d street, below
Filmore.

March 11, 1872
Died.
In this city, Sunday eve, March 10th, 1872, Alice S., second daughter of
Mrs. P.W. DAVIS, aged 16 years, one month and five days.
Funeral from the Reform Church at 9 o'clock, P.M., tomorrow.

This morning at 7 o'clock, John H. CRAIG, youngest son of Richard E.
CRAIG, Sen., aged 9? Years.
Funeral services at the Christian Chapel, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.

March 12, 1872
Tuesday morning, March 12, 1872, at the residence of Dr. STEVENSON, Miss
Elizabeth MORRISON, aged 58 years.
Funeral from the 14th street M.E. church, at 2 o'clock P.M. Wednesday, March
13, 1872. Friends of the famly are invited to attend.

March 18, 1872
Died
This (Monday) morning, March 18th, 1872, at nine and a half o'clock, William
Henry, infant son of J.H. and Fannie E. HARRISON.

March 30, 1872
Died.At his residence in this city, on Thursday morning, March 29th, at ten
minutes to 11 o'clock, Hon. John L. DAVIS, aged 59 years and 7 months of
disease of the bladder and kidneys.
The funeral will take place on Tuesday, April 2nd, at 1 o'clock, P.M. from
the family residence. The friends of the family are invited to attend
without further notice.

30 Mar 1872

MARRIAGE LICENSES
The following is a list of marriages licenses issued by Clerk SNYDER for the
month of March. It is a falling off from last month numbering thirty. May
they be happy:

B. Henry BEERMAN to Margaret F. NAGEL
Victor GROE???? to Alice Sarah HOREY
W.A. BUCK to Nancy J. REMSINGER
Nicholas SCHLICHTING to Lena SUC?SDORF
John C. MILLER to Mary WHITE
William F. BIGLEY to Susannah SPENCE
N.C. RYERSON to Eunice BULLOCK
Johan MORES to Anna STEFFEN
August SEVERIN to Catherine BRELIBERG
Geo PAYTON to Mariha DUBOIS
Chris SA?ER to Margie MURRAY
Christian Laurete KJERGAARD to Margarethe Doratha LORENS
Wm. MEYER to Anna BOYCE
Ernst ME?NKE to Brigitte CLAUSSEN
Claus Frederick HOM to Matilda ?RAACK
Leroy Louis BUICK to Ellen Juliete ROBERTS
Theodore SMITH to Nancy SWEARINGEN
Claus WICHMANN to Katie LAHAM
Charles KOEHLER to Catherine HAHN
Thomas JOHNSTON to Mattie SCOTT
Fremont GRAHAM to Ada V EAGAL
Julius C. LANDT to Rosina MOFFIN
Fritz THEIS to Sophia WELMAN
Claus HEINRICHS to Anna FUSS
John PATERSON to Margaret LaGRANGE
Edward H?A?H to Agnes HAASE
P.J. CLAUSSEN to Clara HAASE
Paul Peter NICHOLSON to Trine HAGGE
Hans A LAGE to Stena VESSEAL
Alfred MOTET to Anna THOEMING

THE LAST RITES-The pall-bearers of the late Hon. John L. DAVIES will be as
follows: James THORINGTON and L.S. BLACKMAN, on the part of the Old
Settlers; Hiram PRICE and B.B. WOODWARD on the part of the Davenport
National Bank; Edward RUSSELL and J.S. CONNOR on the part of the
Congregational Church; and George H. FRENCH and A.E. CRONKHITE, former
partners of the deceased.
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'Tis True-It has long been a mooted point as to what kind of tea Confucius
drank. Dispatches have been received saying that he drank only the good old
Mandarin Tea, which is sold by Mrs. DOUGLASS.
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French Kid Gloves, one dollar per pair, at STREEPER's
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Great Revival in Trade for the last few days, if we may judge by the number
of measures that have been taken since the fine weather set in, also by the
number of boxes piling up in front of the merchant tailoring establishment
of ROTHSCHILD BROS., corner of Brady and Second streets. It reminds us of
the good old times. Step in, gentlemen, and see the styles. First come,
first served.

Davenport Daily Times
Davenport, Scott Co, Iowa


April 9, 1872
Died
This morning, George D., son of Rev. R.W. KEELER, D.D., aged 9 years and 21
days.
Funeral from family residence on Brady and 12th streets tomorrow morning at
10 o'clock.-Friends of the family invited.

April 15, 1872
Married
On Tuesday, April 16th , 1872 at the residence of Mr. A.D. CROOK, in Durant,
Cedar County, Iowa by the Rev. J.E. DOIG assisted by Rev. W.J. COOPER, Mr.
R.H. COOPER, of Beaver, Pa. And Miss Minnie SAVAGE, late of Noblestown, Pa.

April 9th, '72, by Rev. J.D. McBRIDE, at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. Theodore DUBOIS to Miss Eva MYERS, of Princeton township, Scott
Co, Iowa

Died.
At his residence in this city on Tuesday, the 16th inst. At 5 o'clock P.M.,
John P. COOK, aged fifty-five years.
The funeral will take place on Friday, the 19th inst., at 2 o'clock P.M.
from Trinity Church.

At his residence in West Davenport, Tuesday, April 16th, Wm. R. LANPHERE,
aged 69 years.
Funeral from the family residence, Thursday, April 18th, at 10 A.M. Friends
of the family invited.

In Lincoln township, on Wednesday morning, Aril 17th, 1872, Frank, youngest
child of M.B. and C.C. MURRAY, aged 11 months and 20 days.

April 20, 1872
Died.
Mary BRANNICK, aged three years, (of scarlet fever) daughter of Edward and
Bridget BRANNICK.
Funeral from the residence of the family, corner of Seventh and Ripley
streets, tomorrow at 2 o'clock P.M.

April 26, 1872
Married.
On Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock, in the Reformed Church, by the Rev.
Geo. H. Peeke, D.D., Dr. A.W. CANTWELL to Miss Mattie H. DALZELL, both of
this city.

April 27, 1872
At the residence of the bride's father, George J. BARNETT, Mr. John Louis
DREW of Davenport , Iowa, to Miss Sarah Chambers BARNETT, of St. Louis. No
cards.

April 30, 1872
Died
Tuesday morning, April 30th, 1872, at 7 o'clock A.M., Jacob H. HOERING, aged
42 years.
Funeral from Keystone House, tomorrow, Wednesday, at 3 o'clock. Friends
invited.


Davenport Daily Times
Davenport, Scott Co, Iowa
Tuesday, April 30, 1872

THE MONTH'S MARRIAGES
The following list of marriage licenses granted by the Clerk of the Circuit
Court for the month of April. It is a falling off from last month:
John FEELEY to Lucinda ARNPRIEST
J.S. GILMORE to Mary LeCLAIRE
Frederic MARTENS to Lizzie SCHMIDT
Peter GARNERSON to Anna WEST
Wm. ROGERS to Mary HARRIS
J.H. MELVILLE to Martha E.E. EARHAST
John CARSTENS to Eliza JUNCK
Thos F. MEAGHER to Bridget MALONEY
John Baptiste ABERIS to Margueretta REICHERT
Theo DuBOIS to Eva MYERS
Hans HURTE to Cathrine PETERS
John C. PARR to Mary H. CHAPMAN
Herman HUERING to Elizabeth KLEWER
Edward RYAN to Annie HARTLEY
Wm. KESSELL to Mary MOESER
L. FIERNER to Estelle BONDY
Gottfreid F. RUNGE to Margaret C. PETERS
Sidney KENYON to Ella ROSE
J.K. HOLMES to Clarissa M. LOWER
Hans MOHN to Annie THOMPSON
Claus HANSEN to Mary MOENCK
William RATHMANN to Elizabeth MILLERS
A.W. CANTWELL to Mattie DALZELL
Claus NEILSON to Margaretha Dorathea CLEMENSEN
Pasqual PUCCINELL to Malry PICKET

Davenport Daily Times
Davenport, Scott, Iowa

May 8, 1872
Married.
At the residence of the bride's sister, in Pleasant Valley, by the Rev. J.W.
CLARKE, Miss Sarah M. LEAMER and Mr. V.R. HYDE, both of this city.

May 9, 1872
Married.
On the evening of the 8th instant, by Rev. J.D. MASON, assisted by Rev. J.B.
STEWART, Mr. William LAVENTURE and Miss Maggie Blaine MASON, all of this
city. No cards.


May 14, 1872
Died
May 14th, after a brief illness, Mary, infant daughter of Mrs. Maggie
SEYMOUR, aged two years and seven months.
Funeral from the residence of her mother, Harrison street, three doors below
12th street, on Wednesday, 15th, at two o'clock. P.M. Friends are invited.

May 21, 1872
Died.
CRAWFORD. At the residence of John N. SAXON, Ripley street, between 14th and
15th, Mr. Isaac M. CRAWFORD, May 20th, at 2 p.m. of consumption, aged 28
years and 23 days.

TAYLOR. At Cedar Bluffs, Cedar county, Iowa on May 8th, 1872, John M.
TAYLOR, aged 71 years, 11 months and 11 days.

May 31, 1872
Marriage Licenses.
May has not been a good month for marriages. The following list shows a big
falling off from other months. Clerk SNYDER and his deputies mourn, and will
be comforted unless the boys do not better next month.

Johann RAYMANN to Ursula BENHOLD
Johannes HOLLIMER to Catharine KUHL.
W.M. BYDE to Sallie M. LEAMER.
E.F. BORNSCHEIM to R. Frederica WINDHAUSEN
Arthur WEINWRIGHT to Susan M. TIMBERLAKE
Hans ORTH to Wilhelmina KRUSE.
George G. SHAW to Grace D. SMITH
Wm. LAVENTURA to Maggie B MASON
J.D. GREENWOOD to Ellen NEWTON
Carl WAGNER to Matilda HEIM
Henry HOLM to Johanna SCHMIDT
Frank KELLEY to Ann Catharine W. WEBER
John BROCKMAN to Eliza SCHWARTZ
Hansen POORT to Doris KOHL
Alexander BALLARD to Rachel HOGAN
Jules VILLEMONT to Catharine FLYNN
Henry STENDER to Margareta GROTHUSEN
Hans THOMS to Margareta HANSEN
Fritz NOGEIER to Wilhelmina TIMM
Peter Niclaus WULFF to Mary PETERS
S R MANN to Emma MILLER
 John H. RUTHMANN to Burgardine BEIN.

June 5, 1872
Died
On Thursday, June 4th, 1872, of heart disease, Mrs. Hannah SMALL, aged 69
years.
Funeral on Thursday afternoon, June 7th, at 9 o'clock from Calvary Baptist
Church.

June 6, 1872
Died.
LITTLE-Thursday morning, June 6th, at 9 o'clock, Jane, wife of Isaac LITTLE,
aged 54 years.
Funeral tomorrow, Friday, at 2 o'clock P.M., from residence, cor. Ainsworth
and Third streets. Friends of the family are invited to attend.

June 14, 1872
Married.
In this city, on the evening of Thursday, the 13th inst., at the residence
of the bride's parents, by Rev. J.B. STEWART, Mr. Washington H. BLACK and
Miss Augusta RUNCKEL, both of Davenport. No cards.

June 18, 1872
Died.
WEISE-In Davenport, Tuesday, June 18th, at the residence of her son-in-law,
J.J. WEAVER, Mrs. Elizabeth WEISE, formerly of Carlisle, Pa., aged 72.

Davenport Democrat
Davenport, Scott, Iowa
June 28, 1872

MARRIED.
At the residence of the bride's parents, in this city, Thursday evening,
June 27, Rev. W.H. BLACK officiating, Mr. Wood W. BROWN to Miss Lily E
BLAKEMORE. No cards.

In this city, on Thursday evening, June 27, at the residence of the bride's
father, by Rev. Dr. KESLER, Mr. Wm. R. ASH, of Sioux City, and Mrs. Julia
MARTIN, daughter of Judge COOK.

At the same time and place, as above, by the same clergyman, Mr. Guy M.
CHEDISTER and Mrs. Mollie E. HUNTOOK, both of Illinois.

Davenport Democrat
Davenport, Scott, Iowa


July 5, 1872
Died
Friday July 5, Judith W SMITH, aged 3 (or 8) years, 10 months and 2 1/2
days, daughter of A Judson and ?? A SMITH.
The funeral wilL take place on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from their
residence on second street between Bridge street and College avenue,
Davenport. Friends of the family are invited to be present.

July 10, 1872
Died.
At the residence of her grandparents, on Brady street, between Sixteenth and
seventeenth streets, this morning, July 10 at 9 o'clock of typhoid fever,
Miss Mary J. BUCKWALTER, aged 23 years and 9 months.
Funeral from the Fourteenth street M.E. church tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock.

July 11, 1872
Married. In this city, July 10th at the residence of the bride's parents by
Rev. J.C. GOODHUE, M.r C.W. DECKER and Miss Isabella MORGAN, all of this
city. No cards.

July 20, 1872
Died
To my beloved husband's many friends, I herewith give the sad notice that
Dr. R.C. DREIS died this forenoon at half-past ten o'clock.
The funeral will take place from the residence on Main street, between Sixth
and Seventh tomorrow (Sunday) at 3 P.M.
Mrs. Kathrina DREIS.

In this city, at 1 o'clock P.M. today of congestion of the lungs, Mrs.
Elizabeth WIDDRINGTON, aged forty years.
Funeral tomorrow at two o'clock. Friends of the family invited to attend.

July 29, 1872
Died
Sunday night, July 28th, Mrs. Mary A ROBISON, in her 89th year.
Funeral Wednesday Morning at 10 o'clock, at Bishop's Church. Friends
invited.

 

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