BioM: Yench, Marie (Marriage - 1914)

Contact: Stan

Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: KLEIN YENCH

----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 12/03/1914

Yench, Marie (Marriage - 30 NOV 1914)

Monday Nov. 30, 1914, at 6 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents in the town of Beaver, Clark County, Wis., Mr. Emil Klein and Miss Marie Yench were united in marriage by Justice Mills of Loyal.

The bride was attended by Miss Rosa Hage of Milwaukee and the groom by Adolph Yench, brother of the bride. A bounteous supper was served after the marriage.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. Joseph Yench, comparatively newcomer to Clark County, and a winsome young lady with many personal charms. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Klein and has grown to manhood in our midst, he is a prosperous young farmer of sterling worth and highly respected in the community.

Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Richmond were among the wedding guests. The bride's grandparents on both sides were present, Mr. and Mrs. Yench and Mr. and Mrs. Sherak. The happy couple took the train Tuesday for St. Paul for a short wedding trip, after which they will be at home to their friends in Beaver.

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Responses

 

Re: BioM: Yench, Marie (Marriage - 1914)

Contact: ANTHONY R. YENCH

To any family with the last name YENCH, please contact me and let me know how you got your last name. I thought my family were the only people with that last name!

 

Re: BioM: Yench, Marie (Marriage - 1914)

Contact: Robyn Ferrari
My family are Yensch's from the same place as yours. I just finished writing you an email but it bounced back, so will try thru this thread. Hopefully you get it. I have a family tree and photos, would like to get in touch with you.

Re: BioM: Yench, Marie (Marriage - 1914)
Contact:  Greg Yench
I live in Perth West Australia but my family are of German descent who arrived in South Australia in the 1830's. The original family name we believe was JENSCH but during WW1 was changed to YENSCH, with the S being dropped between the warsThe family split up and some stayed in South Australia, with others moving to New South Wales and Victoria

 

 


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