BioM: Graves, Eva Bell (1911)


Surnames: Graves, McHattan, Householder, Romaine, Brown, Marquart, LeClare, Genrich, Satder

----Source: Marshfield Times (Marshfield, Wisconsin) 18 Oct 1911 SPENCER. WISCONSIN

A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graves last Wednesday evening at 8:30 when their eldest daughter, Eva, became the bride of Foster, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. McHattan, Rev. D. S. Householder officiating. Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present. The out of town guests were Mrs. E. W. Romaine, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, and Harold Brown of Loyal, Misses Anna Graves. Anna Marquart and Ollie LeClare, and Messrs Will Genrich; Alfred Marquart and Satder of Dorchester. After a sumptuous repast the company made merry till the velvet limited arrived when the bride and groom went to Ladysmith where Foster is employed as a clerk and has a cozy home. Their many friends wish them a happy and prosperous married life.

1900 Federal Census, ED 95 Spencer town, Marathon, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 1, family 12

Eva Bell Graves, single, white, female
father's birthplace: Wisconsin
mother's birthplace: Wisconsin

Household Members
head John D Graves M 33 (Sep 1867) Wisconsin
wife Leah E Graves F 29 (Jun 1871) Wisconsin
daughter Eva Bell Graves F 10 (May 1890) Wisconsin
son Harley Romain Graves M 8 (Mar 1892) Wisconsin
daughter Joyce Dimple Graves F 6 (Feb 1894) Wisconsin
son Wayne N Graves M 3 (Dec 1897) Wisconsin
servant Amelia M Schwantes F 17 (Feb 1883) Wisconsin 




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