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HERRON (John)- SCHNABLY (Emma) wedding 1887

HERRON (John)- SCHNABLY (Emma) wedding 1887

Posted: 14 May 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Mar 2002 3:53AM GMT
Surnames: HERRON, SCHNABLY
Where were you (or your Wood County ancestors) on Tuesday 15 Nov 1887?

Thanks to Sandy CISZEWSKI of Nekoosa, Wood Co, WI, I have in hand a guest list for the John HERRON/Emma SCHNABLY wedding as published in the Wood County Reporter. I thought it would be interesting to see how many of the guests could be accounted for by those of us on the present Wood County list. What did people do for a living? How were guests related to one another? If you send me a note about the person you recognize and know something about, I'll tell you what their gift was.

The guests were:

ASHFORD, Mr & Mrs George
ASHFORD, Mrs William
BAGERSON, Lottie
BOGOGER, Mr & Mrs
BERON, Mr & Mrs F
BILLMYRE, Rosa & Annie
BLOOM, Mr & Mrs
BRANDEL, John
BRENNAN, Mr & Mrs
CASE, Addie
CASE, Jim & LaVIGNE, Annie
CASE, Maggie
CLAIRE, Jack
CONWAY, Mr & Mrs
CONWAY, Dennis & Annie
CROTTEAU, Mr & Mrs Jasper
DeMARS, Fred
DONOVAN, Mrs
DONOVAN, Rosa
DUGAS, Emma
DUVILLE, Mary
EBERHARDT, Mr & Mrs
GOUOCHEE, Mr & Mrs C
FRAWLEY, Mary, & FARRELL, Kate
FRECHETTE, Alice
FRECHETTE, George & HASBROUCK, Anna
HAMM, Mrs John
HANSON, Mr & Mrs B B
HENRY, Michael, John, Hannah, & Kate
HERRON, Ella
HERRON, Mary & Louise
HERRON, Michael & Anna
HERRON, Mr & Mrs William (of St Point, Portage Co, WI)
HERSCHLEB, Mrs C H
HOWLET, James & WELSH, Kate
JOHNSON, Frazer
KEOUGH, Julia & Maggie
KUNTZ, Mr & Mrs Henry
KUNTZ, William
LaVIGNE, Louise
LaVIGNE, Phoebe
MARTIN, Mrs N (of Menasha, WI)
MASON, Mr & Mrs Garrie
McCARTHY, Mr & Mrs, Ella & Hattie
McDONALD, Mr Mike & CRYSTAL, Agnes
MULLEN, Annie
MULLEN, John & MATHWES, Mike
NODKE, August
O'DAY, Mr & Mrs John
OSTERMAN, Mr & Mrs
PHELAN, Mrs & HANF, Lida (of Merrill, WI)
PITCH, Mr & Mrs
POSEY, Mrs Julias (of Merrill, WI)
REIMER, Fred
ROCHELEAU, Annie
ROCHELEAU, Fannie
ROCHELEAU, Tillie
SCHNABLY, Ella
SCHNABLY, Mina
SCHNABLY, Susie
SCHNABLY, Mr John
SHENK, Rosa
SIDNEY, Mary & SLATTERY, Stephan
SILBER, Mr & Mrs B
VAN SLETTE, Lillie & BARGERSON, Lottie
WAGNER, Mr & Mrs John

Such diversions! Chris MELAHN

Re: HERRON - SCHNABLY wedding 1887/KEOUGH guests

Posted: 28 May 2002 12:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Sep 2004 4:30PM GMT
Surnames: KEOUGH, KEHOE, MOLL, MULL, KOCH, GIBBS
You have a Julia and Maggie KEOUGH. I have a marriage certificate for a John KEHOE and Margaretha MOLL, married in Shawano County in May 1878.With Charles KEHOE as witness. My 2nd great grandmother was listed as Maggie, age 32with husband John KEOUGH age 25 and son John Patrick KEOUGH, age one year on the Langlade County 1880 census. Wondering if this could be my Maggie KEOUGH. She disappeard off the face of the earth (died?) sometime between 1880 and 1887 when John Patrick was about 6 years old. Anyone have any idea who this Maggie KEOUGH from the wedding belonged to or her age?
Debi Slager, Polo, IL
slager@essex1.com

Re: HERRON (John)- SCHNABLY (Emma) wedding 1887

Mary Graveen (View posts)
Posted: 23 Sep 2002 3:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Chris,
Frazer Johnson is the father of my gggrandmother Sabina Johnson/Akey. I do not have a lot of information, yet.
If my information is correct, Frazer was born in Ireland. His wife Catherine Walsh was also born in Ireland. Sabina was born in Canada. I do not know where Frazer and Catherine were married.
Thanks much, I was happy to find his name on the list.
Mary

Re: SILBER (Bernhard)

Posted: 28 Oct 2003 6:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Apr 2004 7:15PM GMT
Surnames: Silber
Chris: Just read you posting. On the guest List, you have Mr & Mrs B. Silber. Those are my cousins, Bernhard Benjamin Silber and wife Huldah Mamlock Silber, who lived in Grand Rapids (now renamed Wisconsin Rapids), Wood County WI. Bernhard b.1847, d.1894 in Grand (Wisconsin) Rapids and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Milwaukee. Do you happen to have ANY information about him or any of his family? Anything you have would be greatly appreciated.

Re: SILBER (Bernhard) 1847 - unk

Posted: 6 Apr 2004 7:14PM GMT
Classification: Census
Surnames: Silber
1880 United States Federal Census
Name Age in 1880 Est. Birth Year Birthplace Relation to head-of-house Marital Status Race Gender Home in 1880 (City, County, State)
Bernhard SILBER 33 <1847> POL Self Married White Male Grand Rapids, Wood, WI
Clara SILBER 2 <1878> Wisconsin Dau Single White Female Grand Rapids, Wood, WI
Hulda SILBER 26 <1854> PRUS Wife Married White Female Grand Rapids, Wood, WI
Morris SILBER 3 <1877> Wisconsin Son Single White Male Grand Rapids, Wood, WI
Sarah SILBER 2 <1878> Wisconsin Dau Single White Female Grand Rapids, Wood, WI


Wisconsin Births, 1820-1907
Name Birth Date County Reel Record
Clara Silber 13 May 1878 Wood 0317 000213
Sarah Silber 13 May 1878 Wood

I am not related to nor have any additional information on these surnames. If there is a question of error in this transcription, please consult the original documents.
R/S MAK http://www.rootsweb.com/~wiwood

Re: HERRON (John)- SCHNABLY (Emma) wedding 1887

Posted: 28 Nov 2012 10:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Schnably-Bloom
My grandmother, Laura Bloom was born to John and Mary Schnably of Wisconsin Rapids Feb. 20, 1863. She was married to Edward Frank Bloom Sept. 16, 1886. She was the 6th of 15 children. She had a sister, Mina, whose married name was Gross. I have more information about my great-grandfather, John Schnably, if anyone is interested

Re: HERRON (John)- SCHNABLY (Emma) wedding 1887

Posted: 29 Nov 2012 5:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Schnibley Gross
I have a Wilhelmina Schnibley 1872-1916 m Lewis Gross 1873-1928 who had son Quesnal 1899-1980.

Re: HERRON (John)- SCHNABLY (Emma) wedding 1887

Posted: 30 Nov 2012 11:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
Mina Schnibley (Schnably) was my grandmother's sister. John Schnibley (Schnably) was my great-grandfather. He sold his farm which was located in what is now downtown Milwaukee and moved to Wisconsin Rapids in 1856. He was a butcher, worked "lumbering" and farming. He served as a member of the town board of supervisors. Served as school treasurer for the school district for 16 years
He was a Democrat and a member of the Congregational Church

Re: HERRON (John)- SCHNABLY (Emma) wedding 1887

Posted: 1 Dec 2012 6:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gross Lord
Quesnal "Ques" Gross m 1st Rose Fisher m 2nd 22 Aug 1927 Ruth Marie Lord 1908-1991. Ruth was my mother's cousin. My mother lived with Ques & Ruth when she was in high school...so she could get college prep courses.
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