Kansas History and Heritage Project--Douglas County Marriages

Douglas County Marriages


EGGERT-CARR WEDDING

Miss Bessie Eggert and Mr. Elmer Carr, two of our young people in this neighborhood, were united in marriage in Lawrence on Tuesday, March 18. These two young people are well known and liked by all who know them. They have made their home here for some time and have gained many friends. They spent Tuesday night at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Eggert, and then they went to their farm near Tonganoxie. Their friends join hands in wishing them a long and happy life together. (Lawrence Daily Journal World, Mar. 20, 1919)



EGGERT-FULTZ WEDDING

Wedding bells were ringing in the Woodstock neighborhood again when Miss Fannie Eggert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eggert, was married to Charles Fultz. They were united in marriage Wednesday, August 3, in Lawrence. They will make their home in Lawrence. Many happy congratulations are extended to them in this happy wedded life. (Lawrence Journal World, Aug. 15, 1927)



EGGERT-MCGREW WEDDING

Miss Margaret Eggert and Mr. Bryan McGrew were married in Topeka on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eggert went with them. They made the trip in their car. (Lawrence Journal World, Jan. 5, 1921)



EGGERT-MONTGOMERY WEDDING

Miss Lottie Eggert, a Valley Grove girl, and James Montgomery were married June 25th at San Bernadino, Calif. The many friends here join in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery a long, happy and prosperous wedded life (Lawrence Journal World, July 28, 1932)



RICE-BRADFORD WEDDING

The wedding bells were ringing not far away when Miss Allene Rice was united in marriage to Roy Bradford, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bradford, in Topeka on September 17th. Miss Allene was a graduate of the class of 1927 of McLouth and also captain of the Champion county basketball team last year. She is teaching at district 95 this fall. Mr. Bradford was a graduate of the class of 1925. He attended college at Highland last year. Mrs. Bradford will finish her teaching this year at district 95. Both young people have a host of friends who wish them success and happiness in this new wedded life. (Lawrence Journal World, Dec. 10, 1927)





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