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||Holy Ghost transcribed record reads 2 Feb 1853 ||Family: F802
||Illinois Marriage Index has last name as Schenker ||Family: F782
||Johann Andreas August Grabau presided. ||Family: F25
||Johann. A. Grabau presided. ||Family: F519
||John N. Grabau, witnesses Louise Steiger and Fred Wahlmeyer ||Family: F9599
||Jul 26, 1968, Tonawanda News|
Mr. and Mrs. William Fleischman of 36 Rumbold Ave., North Tonawanda, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at a recent surprise party given by their children in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Stolzenburg, 7235 Shawnee Road, North Tonawanda. Their sons and daughters-in-law attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Fleischman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleischman and Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Fleischman, and their two daughtes, Linda and Judy Fleischman. Many friends and relatives also attended.
||July 17, 1914. The Evening News|
Going 12,000 Miles to Wed
Miss Louise Broecker Will Marry Lutheran Missionary in India..
Are Childhood Friends
Wedding to Rev. Richard R. Goerss of Martinsville Will be Culmination of Romantic Courtship - A Girl's Devotion to Her Lover.
Miss Louise Broecker, daughter of Charles Broecker of the Nash road in the town of Wheatfield, who has just graduated as a missionary nurse from the Concordia Seminary at St. Louis, will leave next week for East India, where she will be married to the Rev. Richard R. Goerss, son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Goerss of the Tonawanda creek road, at Martinsville, who is now a missionary in that country. On her trip to the missionary field, Miss Broecker will be accompanied by Miss Helen Gerbing of Gotha, Ga., a classmate who will marry the Rev. Jean Williams at Ambur in East India. The marriage of Miss Broecker to Rev. Goerss, which is to take place in September, will culminate a romantic courtship. Rev. Goerss and Miss Broecker have been friends since childhood. Four years ago. Rev. Goerss left Martinsville to study for the ministry. He was ordained a year ago. Under the ruling of the church, of which the young clergyman is a missionary, the wife of a missionary must be a seminary trained nurse. In order that she might marry Mr. Goerss, Miss Broecker went to the St. Louis seminary a year ago to study to be a nurse. She graduated a fortnight ago and returned to her home. Miss Broecker is now spending a few weeks with her father at St.Johnsburg The trip, which Miss Broecker will make, will require six weeks and will cover about 12.000 miles. She will be met by her fiancé at Colomba, Ceylon. The marriage will take place there. After the wedding, the couple will journey to Nagercoil, Western India, where they will make their future home. The Rev. Mr. Goerss is now a Lutheran missionary at that place.
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F52
||Listed occupation "electrician" on marriage record. ||Family: F3139
||Lived on Johnson Rd., Town of Cambria. ||Family: F5298
||Lockport Aug 15 1932|
Mrs. Charles Bagwell of the Jockey Rd., Town of Newfane, reported to the sheriffs office today that between 125 and 150 chickens had been stolen from her home last night.
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F16563
||Mackensen - Haseley|
Only date entered is 'Dom. Cantate' which one assumes is the last Sunday the bans were published and is the 4th Sunday after Easter or April 24. The marriage most likely took place that week at home.
||Marianne was a cousin of her husband. ||Family: F151
||Marriage License ||Family: F1491
||Marriage license 14 sep ||Family: F6271
||Marriage license reads b. 12 jul 1905 ||Family: F7680
||Marriage license reads Whitcop. ||Family: F8520
||Marriage reads Ruth was age 19 in the marriage register. Based on her birth date, she would have been 14 at marriage. ||Family: F5479
||Marriage record conflicts with obit as to Evelyn's maiden name. ||Family: F10114
||Marriage record reads b. 30 Nov 1871. ||Family: F4158
||Marriage record reads b. 5 Nov 1907 ||Family: F12009
||Marriage record reads Bertha Malwine Hidde, ||Family: F8691
||Marriage record reads born 19 Jan 1897 ||Family: F12259
||Marriage record reads born in Hungary. ||Family: F5195
||Marriage record reads married at Elberta ?? ||Family: F6814
||Marriage was at the Longely Whitney Ave home ||Family: F1325
||Marriage was conducted in`the parsonage. ||Family: F10158
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F4647
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F4140
||Married in the parsonage. ||Family: F4421
||Married in the Parsonage. ||Family: F5080
||Mecklenburg-Schwerin Census ||Family: F8425
||Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schoenfeldt of 195 Zimmerman street announce the engagement of their daughter, Helen Louise, to Robert Jameison, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jameison of Douglas street. ||Family: F9496
||Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wehrung of East Amherst celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a gathering of family and friends at their daughter's home in Clarence Center. Wehrung and Frieda Ziehl were married April 10, 1943, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, North Tonawanda. He is retired from Simonds Saw & Steel, Lockport. The couple has three children and four grandchildren. ||Family: F5097
||Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Mildred Moebius) MaGinn of Niagara Falls celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a party at the Alps Chalet. Mr. MaGinn retired from the Foster Brothers Furniture Co., Buffalo. Mrs. MaGinn retired from Occidental Chemical Co. They were married Feb. 7, 1945, at Trinity Old Lutheran Church, Buffalo. They have two sons .and four grandchildren ||Family: F4114
||MRS. FRANCIS MURPHY- The former Miss Eleanor Weidert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Weidert, Sr., Michigan avenue, became the bride of Mr.|
Francis Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy, Ninth street, at Sacred Heart church. The young couple is on a two months wedding trip to Phoenix,
||Niagara County marriage record reads 30 Dec 1922 ||Family: F8309
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F16953
||Niagara Gazette - 9/27/1940 |
The United Lutheran church, Erie. Pa . was the scene of a pretty autumn wedding on Tuesday. September 24. when Miss Blanche Day. of Michigan avenue, this city, was united in marriage to Mr. Herman G. Haseley. of Whitney avenue, this city. Dr. G Gearhardt. pastor. officiating. The church wm attractively decorated with pink gladioli The bride was lovely in an afternoon ensemble of soldier blue with accessories of a matching shade She wore a corsage of white gardenias. Her matron of honor, Mrs Frank Haseley. of this city, was charming In a navy blue suit, with Dubonnet accessories. She wore a corsage of pink and white roses. The bridegroom's mother wore an afternoon frock of navy blue crepe, with matching accessories. Her corsage was of pink lilies. Mr Frank Haseley. brother of the groom, was best man. The wedding dinner for the bridal party wan held at the Brookside Inn. Erie. Throughout the dinner. Strauss waltzes. favorites of the bride and bridegroom, furnished a beautiful musical background. Mr, and Mrs. Haseley left for a trip to New York and upon their return they will reside at 1872 Michigan avenue. Prenuptlal affairs included a shower given by the Barsedea club of the Y W.C.A. and held at the home of Miss Joy Stube, of Eighty-first street. where the guest of honor was presented with a bookcase; a shower given by employesof the Mathieson Alkali company at the Ray-Ott ctub: a shower given bv Mrs/ Carl H Haseley at the Oak tea room, variety, English bone china: a tool shower picnic for the bridegroom. given bv Mr Carl H Haseley. was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Rudolph Haseley, in the Million Dollar highway.
||North Tonawanda NY Evening News - 8/7/1963|
A surprise reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Huber of Shawnee Road, North Tonawanda, was given Saturday by their children in St Martin Lutheran Church. The occasion marked the couple's 25th wedding anniversary Hosting the family style dinner were Sally, Beth, Jennifer and Edgar Huber. Miss Beth Huber made the silver money tree which centered the table. The church hall was decorated in a pink and white color scheme. Mrs. Ralph Belling of Townline Road and Mrs, Douglas Hartman of Shawnee Road made the tiered wedding cake. Among the 60 guests who attended the party were Erwin Huber of Naples, best man at the couple's wedding, his wife and daughter, and Stuart Huber. Other out-of-town guests were from Buffalo and Orchard Park, and Columbus and Warren, Ohio.
||Obit reads married on 28 Oct 1938. ||Family: F231
||Oct 21 1921, Lockport Union Sun Journal|
William Wruck and family en route to California to make their home. They resided there about eighteen years ago.
||One Holy Ghost record shows last name of Borland. ||Family: F15572
||Other attendants: Alice Retzlaff, Esther Kroening, Mrs. Gladys Haseley, Mrs. Lilly Peter, Ushers Max Pfohl, Wm. Nehrboss; Sylvia Pfohl and Martha Haseley were Jr. Bridesmaids. ||Family: F13
||Other attendants: Mrs. Ruth Wendt, Gladys Walck, Mrs. Jean Wendt, Mabel DeVantier, Arnold Walck, Marvin Wendt, Roger Walck, Kenneth Wendt, Jerauld Walck, Janice Walck. ||Family: F208
||Pastor F R Mueller presided. ||Family: F119
||Pastor Heinrich Von Rohr presided. ||Family: F849
||Pastor Mueller presided. ||Family: F541
||Pastor Von Rohr presided. ||Family: F162