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To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Dodge, on their golden wedding, June 24, 1878.

William D. Porter

To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Dodge, on their golden wedding, June 24, 1878.

by William D. Porter

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Published by s.n.] in [United States .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dodge, William E. 1805-1883.,
  • Dodge, Melissa Phelps, b. 1809.,
  • Wedding anniversaries -- Poetry.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGolden wedding, June 24, 1878.
    StatementThese memories of the past, and hopes of the future, are lovingly offered by their affectionate nephew, Wm. D. Porter.
    GenrePoetry.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCT275.D78 P5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. ;
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6599901M
    LC Control Number17019636
    OCLC/WorldCa16944008

    Descendants of William Loftus Generation No. 2 ETH 3 LOFTUS (WILLIAM 2, MICHAEL 1) was born in New Y 24, and died in North Plains Twp., Ionia Co, Michigan She married JAMES HERALD in Hubbardston, Michi son of EDWARD HERALD and MARY was born in Elmira, New Y and died . WENDT, John F. (24 April – 18 Mar ) John Fred Wendt, 74, Owen, died Ma , at his home in the Town of Longwood. A heart ailment caused his death. Mr. Wendt was born Ap , in Allegan, Mich. At the age of six he came to Thorp with his parents (Henry J. .

    Two brothers, Wm. E. BECK of Burlington, and Jacob BECK, of near Young America, both pioneer settlers of Carroll county, have died since our last issue, Wm. E. being stricken while attending last church last Sunday with a pain in his heart. He was carried to his home where he died a half hour later. She was born at Table Grove, Illinois, Novem Mrs. Springer attended schools at Table Grove, Illinois, and in Sullivan County, Missouri. She is the daughter of Levi and Elizabeth (Cox) Bottenberg, and is a member of the Eastern Star and the Woman's Club. Mr. and Mrs. Springer celebrated their golden wedding anniversary February 2,

    John D. Bell was born at Mt. Airy, Surry County, North Carolina, on September 4, He was the third son of William and Lavina Bell. His brothers were: Robert S. Bell, Frank Bell, and Charlie Bell, and one sister, Jennie Bell Armstrong. Martha Ann Bird Bell was born near King's Point, Dade County, Missouri, on Septem Sixty guests, including the children, grand children, and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hans C. Johnson, filled the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Roth, Saturday, Febru when they gathered to observe the golden wedding of this honored couple. In good health, contented and happy, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson enjoyed the occasion to their utmost. Mr.


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To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Dodge, on their golden wedding, June 24, 1878 by William D. Porter Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Lifelong residents of Monroe County, Craig and his wife, the. Press Photo Mr. and Mrs. William Seither celebrate golden anniversary. This is an original press photo. Marking their golden wedding anniversary Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. William H. Seither, Sr., who reside at Castigliona.

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Louis Burgard, Bloomfield, Nebr., and 29 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Paulsen died on J Couple observed their golden wedding on After their marriage the couple lived for a year and a half near Center Junction and then a year in Scotch Grove.

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and Mrs. Allen have eagerly awaited the arrival of Wednesday night, Feb. 13, upon which occasion they were to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage. Jit Buck, transfers Wm.

Ranko. June draw. -M Wm. Grotrian. dog tax. J, F. Boerger, sione July. the scene of a happy gath- ering Saturday when Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hart celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. a member of the Twenty-first Ohio Volunteer infantry and served four years in defense of the flag.

Mrs. He was twice married, and he and his first wife celebrated their golden wedding in April, He had three sons and six daughters, Mr C. Opie being one of his sons-in-law.

Press, 5 AprilPage 7 Mr and Mrs G. Bartrum, of Rangiora, recently celebrated their golden wedding at Rangiora, having been married in London in Death-William Campbell Golden Wedding-Mr& Mrs Thomas Cornell Ma Golden Wedding-Mr& Mrs.

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Kleopfer’s 76 th birthday. His wife is Park, Mr. & Mrs. Adolph - 40th Wedding Anniversary CORNELL - Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Park of Magnolia, formerly of Cornell, were surprised Saturday evening for their 40th wedding anniversary at a dinner held at Edgewood Park, McNabb, planned by their children.

and Mrs. Park were married J by the Rev. Schroeder, now deceased. On Octoshe was united in marriage with John Monahan, the ceremony taking place at Joliet. Monahan with his brother, Patrick, had located in Charlotte township inand following their marriage, Mr.

and Mrs. Monahan went to housekeeping north of where Chatsworth is now situated. Monahan's death occurred in Mrs. Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - JCumberland, Maryland Cumberland Sunday Times Sunday June BurdockSigler Vows Recited Yesterday STUDIO MRS ROGER DALE BURDOCK Nee Betty Pearl Sigler BRIDGE RESULTS Scores of recent games in the area are as follows Western Maryland Unit played June 19 average V Northsouth Theodore W Gray and S Russ Minter Mr and Mrs.

A nice lunch was served by Mesdames E. Snowgren and C. Sween. and Mrs. Bucklin also received many cards and other gifts from relatives and friends, and their golden wedding day, altho planned as being just the same as any other day, proved to be one that will long be remembered by the highly esteemed couple.

~ The Baxter (Iowa) New. Mr and Mrs Burk lived on their farm, north west of Schleswig. Inthey moved to the town of Schleswig. Inthey had the privilege to observe their golden wedding anniversary.

Mrs Burk was a member of the Evangelical and Reformed Church and also a member of the Women's Guild. Mrs Burk suffered a stroke on Janu Mr.

and Mrs. Young had just celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary last Ap when a large group of friends and relatives gathered at their home for the event.

A life-long member of the Methodist church, Mr. Young had for many years taken an extremely active part in the activities of his church. Active in Church, Civic Life.

Waukon Couple Mark Their Golden Wedding. Observing their golden wedding anniversary today will be Mr. and Mrs. Hinrichs, who will have a family dinner in the city park, followed by an open house at their home from 2 to 5 p.m.

Hinrichs and the former Mary Wilde were married Jin the Evangelical church at New Albin. Descendants of Robert Ashley Rozar Generation No.

1 ASHLEY 1 ROZAR 1 was bornand died Febru He met (1) CLIFFORD REBECCA was born Septemand died More About ROBERT ASHLEY ROZAR: Burial: Wesley Chapel in Wilkinson County, Ga. More About CLIFFORD REBECCA ARNOLD: Burial: Wesley Chapel. POPPE, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. 45th Anniv – 13 JUN Relatives gathered at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Dan Poppe on Sunday afternoon, Jwhere a luncheon was held complementary to the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Poppe of Longwood. The occasion was their 45th wedding. They were married in Boulder J and celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in Born in Westport, Kansas, Oct.

28,he was six years old when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David S. White, came to Valmont Ap   July 17th Rollin Collenburger and Eliza E. Woolsey married; boy born to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Keeley. July 18th Boy born to Mr. and Mrs. John Tonkinson. July 19th Modern Woodmen s picnic.

July 20th African camp meeting opened; Robert Shortal and Annie West married; Wm. Hermon and Nettie Armstrong married.She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

William Clegg born in Illinois. She came here with her parents in She attended Port Angeles schools and married John Franklin Dilling. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary here in Mr. Dilling died in The couple lived on a farm east of Port Angeles.