BioM: Lindsley, Pearl (Marriage - 1905)

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----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 05/25/1905

Lindsley, Pearl (Marriage - 18 MAY 1905)

The marriage of Miss Pearl Lindsley of this city to Floyd Flynn of Merrillan, took place at the home of the bride?s mother on South Cherry St. at 10 o?clock Thursday morning. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.F. Young in the presence of relatives and intimate friends.

A sumptuous wedding breakfast was served, after which the bride and groom left for Minneapolis on a short wedding trip before taking up their residence at Merrillan. Among the guests from out of town were Attorney and Mrs. C. Sturdevant, Mrs. Balch and Arthur and Hazel Flynn of Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. F. Cramer of Neenah; and Miss Lizzie Delap of Abbotsford.

The bride is one of Marshfield?s most popular young ladies, rarely talented and universally admired. She is a graduate of the high school and won high honors in her school course.

Mr. Flynn is the son of James Flynn, the veteran engineer on the Merrillan run over the Omaha, and is a most estimable young man. He holds the position as fireman on his father?s train and he is a good railroad man (Marshfield Times)



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