BioM: Stacey, Lydia (1894)

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----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Wis.) 12/27/1894

Stacey, Lydia (23 DEC 1894)

Married, at the residence of A. Hickok, in this city (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.), on Sunday, Dec. 23rd, 1894, by R. B. Salter, Mr. James P. Johnson and Miss Lydia Stacey, both of Colby.

Both of the contracting parties are well known to the home readers of the Phonograph, the groom having been connected with this office the past four years, and known as "slug No. 11." Their many friends will wish them the utmost happiness and prosperity and the Phonograph joins in.

After a wedding supper the couple boarded the evening train for Oshkosh and vicinity where they will visit a couple of weeks and be at home, here, after Jan. 5, 1895.



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