BioM: Schermerhorn, Bessie Elizabeth (1909)

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----Source: The Humbird Enterprise Date: 4-10-1909

Married Mr. William Wiegert and Miss Bessie Elizabeth Schermerhorn, both of the town of Cleveland, were united in marriage by Justice Reichenbach, at his residence in the village of Merrillan, on Wednesday after, April 7, 1909. The bride was accompanied by Miss Kate Wilson, of Stevens Point, and the groom by Mr. William Billerbeck, of Northfield. After the Squire had pronounced the words that made these young people husband and wife and had extended his congratulations, the bridal party drove to the home of the bride’s mother where a fine wedding dinner was served to about fifteen of the relatives of the contracting parties. In the evening, Kretschmer’s hall in this village, was the scene of festivities and a large number of the friends of the bride and groom took part in the wedding dace. Mr. Wiegert, the groom, is a newcomer in this vicinity, having recently purchased the Peter Repplinger farm. He is an enterprising farmer, and has prepared a comfortable home on his farm for his bride, where they at one began housekeeping. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Oril Terrell, and is an accomplish4ed young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Weigert were present with a nice lot of wedding gifts from their numerous friends and relative. The Enterprise unites with all in wishing them a happy and prosperous journey through life. Those from away who were present at the wedding were Miss Kate, Wilson, of Stevens Point, and Mrs. Kouf and two sons, of Blair.

 

 


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