BioM: Campman, Bertha #2 (1904)
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Surnames: Hemp, Campman, Tragsdorf, Walters, Walk

----Source: NEILLSVILLE TIMES (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 11/17/1904

Campman, Bertha #2 (15 NOV 1904)

Mr. Frank Hemp and Miss Bertha Campman were untied in marriage Tuesday evening at the Lutheran Church in this city (Neillsville, Clark Co., Wis.), Rev. H. Brandt officiating. A large assemblage was gathered, and just as the hands of the clock pointed to 8 o’clock the organist began playing the Lohengrin Wedding March, and the bridal party entered. The bridesmaids were Miss (Mrs.) Emma Tragsdorf, sister of the bride, and Miss Melvina Walters, and the groomsmen were Mr. John Walk and Mrs. Wm. Campman, the bride’s brother. The ceremony was beautiful and impressive. The bride was dressed in white and carried bride’s roses, and the groom in the customary black.

A reception followed the ceremony, at the bride’s home, only relatives and the nearest friends attending. A dainty supper was served, and congratulations offered. The bride was born and reared here, and has a wife circle of friends, being a young lady of many lovable traits. The groom is one of our leading grocers, a gentlemanly and popular citizen. They will make their home in Neillsville.

 

 


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