BioM: Covey, Amy (1884)

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Surnames: Covey, Marsh, Hendren

----Sources: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 22 July 1884

Covey, Amy (Marriage - 21 July 1884)

Marsh - Covey - At Maple Works, Wis., July 21, 1884, by Rev. W. T. Hendren, Mr. Joseph E. Marsh to Miss Amy Covey.

The couple proceeded to the line of the Wisconsin Central where they will take the train for the Lake Superior region where they will stay for a short time. Mr. Marsh is one of the prominent lumbermen of the county, and has hitherto operated two hardwood saw mills. His father is one of the largest farmers of the town of Grant, and one of the oldest settlers of the town. The bride has been a teacher in the public schools of the county, and is the eldest daughter of Martin C. Covey, a farmer of the town of Grant. The Times congratulates the newly married couple.



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