BioM: Blackman, Evelyn (Marriage - 1907)
Surnames: BLACKMAN WOODFORD
----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 02/28/1907
Blackman, Evelyn (Marriage - 27 FEB 1907)
The home of Mrs. Mary Blackman of Pleasant Ridge, Clark County was the scene of a very pretty wedding, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1907, when her daughter Miss Evelyn was united in marriage to Mr. Milo Woodford.
Exactly at twelve o?clock, the bridal couple took their place before the officiating clergyman, Rev. W.F. Burrows, and the beautiful and solemn ceremony was performed. After the ceremony a sumptuous dinner was served.
It was a very quiet home wedding, only the immediate relatives and friends of the young couple being present.
The bride is an attractive and capable young lady and a favorite among the young people.
The bridegroom is manager of the Blackman farm and has made many warm friends who unite in wishing them a very prosperous and happy married life.
They took the 5 o?clock train for Black River Falls, the former home of Mr. Woodford, where they expect to visit, and on their return will reside on the farm at Pleasant Ridge.
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