BioM: Stockwell, Lottie (1903)

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----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Wis.) 10/29/1903

Stockwell, Lottie (21 OCT 1903)

(Neillsville Republican and Press)

Joseph Baer and Miss Lottie Stockwell were united in marriage Wednesday, Oct. 21, 1903, at 8 o’clock in the evening, Judge Jacques officiating. The ceremony took place in the bride’s own house on Court St., which she has owned for some time and which has recently been completely renovated and made into a most cozy and modern home. The house was completely furnished from cellar to garret, and ready for immediate occupancy. Only the nearest friends and relatives of the bride and groom were present. The groom is one of the city’s most substantial young men. He is foreman in the Deutch Amerikaner office, a fine workman, steady in his habits and commands the respect of everyone. The bride is the daughter of C.S. Stockwell, and has lived here since she was a little girl. She is a graduate of the city high school, and has for some time done clerical work in several of the offices at the courthouse. Her frank, cheerful and pleasant manner and business competency have made her many friends.



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