BioM: Schoengarth, Alvina (Marriage - 1921)

Contact: Stan


----Source: Clark County Republican & Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/17/1921

Schoengarth, Alvina (Marriage - 16 NOV 1921)

Mr. Jason Gault and Miss Alvina Schoengarth were quietly married Wednesday, Nov. 16, 1921 at the Congregational Parsonage in Neillsville, Clark County, Wis., Rev. G.W. Longenecker officiating. The groom was attended by his brother Forest Gault and the bride’s brother Albert Schoengarth, Miss May Lloyd and Miss Lottie Galster acted as bridesmaids.

The groom is a son of Ed Gault Sr. and has been carrying on the Gault farm with his brother Ed Gault Jr. e is an industrious and worthy young man.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoengarth Jr. of the town of Grant and is a young lady of many admirable qualities and has a host of friends.

A reception was held Wednesday evening at the home of the bride’s parents and was largely attended. The young couple will live at the Gault farm. To them we join in offering our best wishes and congratulations.


Re: BioM: Schoengarth, Alvina (Marriage - 1921)

Contact: Kristi Schuchardt

I live in Sheboygan County Wisconsin. I am doing research on Fred and Annie (Klopf)Schoengarth. Annie would have been a great-great aunt to me. Her sister Bertha was my great grandmother. I have obituaries and other information for all the rest of the family including Annies parents who later relocated to the town of Johnsonville-town of Rhine area in Sheboygan county with the rest of the family but nothing on Fred or Annie. Looking for news clippings for anything marriage, death , children where they may be buried. (so far all i have is one picture of annie and fred but nothing else.) Anything that I have that would mention the name Schoengarth was incorrectly spelled ( Schoengart) so that is what i have been looking for. I have been working through the Sheboygan Historical Society in Sheboygan Falls. Wisconsin. Any help would be appreciated. The weddding announcement on Alvina was found completely by accident.



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