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175501 Princeton Town Vital Records

This certifies that on the 20th day of July A.D. 1876 Mr. Wilbert F. Edgerly and Miss Emiline Jellison of Princeton was by me united in marriage at the residence of Joseph Jellison In presence of Joseph C. Jellison and wife. A. H. Woodcock Justice Attest A. H. Woodcock Town Clerk 
Family / Spouse F100519
 
175502 Princeton, Maine, 1850
     1850, Princeton, House 4
Ephraim Fickett, 62, farmer
  Lydia Fickett, 53
  Obed Fickett, 23, farmer
  Aaron Fickett, 21, farmer
  Levi Fickett, 18, sailor
  Perez Fickett, 14, born New Brunswick 
Fickett, Ephraim (I58501)
 
175503 Princeton, Maine, 1850 census, house 22.
Benjamin Ficket, 27, laborer
  Rebecca Fickett, 34
  Horace Hamilton, 9
  Lydia Fickett, 5
  Loisa Fickett, 3
  Alice Fickett, 1/12
  Elizabeth Fickett, 8
  James Fickett, 6
  Leander Fickett, 11 
Fickett, Benjamin (I58508)
 
175504 Principal Executive Assistant at The New York Bank for Savings Sprague, Thomas Peterman (I96008)
 
175505 Principal, Hannibal Hamlin & Fifth Street Junior High Morgrage, Russell Irving (I15957)
 
175506 Printer Cobb, Albert Howell (I45244)
 
175507 Printer Bassett, Samuel Butler (I81804)
 
175508 Printer Lord, Ernest Alonzo (I108113)
 
175509 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I108118)
 
175510 Printer Sprague, Guy Earnest (Earest) (I117504)
 
175511 Printer Earle, Ethan X. (I133440)
 
175512 Printer & Engraver Axtell, Charles S. (I71320)
 
175513 Printer & Farmer Wolff, Romeo Theodore (I5141)
 
175514 Printer and editor Madigan, Ed (I89218)
 
175515 Printer and Stenographer Cole, Elbert Willis (I87411)
 
175516 Priscilla Fosdick did not marry. Fosdick, Priscilla (I64602)
 
175517 Priscilla Luther was the first cousin once removed of her husband
Andrew
Cole. 
Luther, Priscilla (I36318)
 
175518 Prison Guard Smith, Larry Vernon (I14913)
 
175519 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I141103)
 
175520 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I90941)
 
175521 Private for the Union, inducted October 30, 1862. Sly, Israel (I65839)
 
175522 Private notes excluded. Burkholder, Franklin Dean (I375980)
 
175523 Private, 106th NY, Co. H., enlisted August 1862., chronic diarrhea and ruptured., transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps and discharged June 28, 1865. was in the Invalid Corps for 18 months. Sprague, Mitchell (I134222)
 
175524 Private, 34th MA, Co. K, enlisted January 1863, wounded April 2, 1865 near Petersburg, VA., transferred to 24th Mass. Co. G.., mustered out January 24, 1866. Sprague, Joel (I23369)
 
175525 Private, 98th NY, Co. C., enlisted November 1861, discharged for disability Feb (Aug?) 1862 and re-enlisted in the 106th NY Co. B in December 1863., wounded by a gunshot wound to the right leg and discharged February 18, 1865. Sprague, Joseph (I134221)
 
175526 Private, 98th NY, Co. E., enlisted January 1863., discharged at Richmond, VA, August 31, 1865., chronic diarrhea and heart trouble, 25 years.  Also appears in the Malone records. Sprague, John F. (I134220)
 
175527 Private, Company E, 37th Infantry Division, Wisconsin Volunteers

SPRAGUE, BERIAH D
PVT US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 10/20/1864
DATE OF INTERMENT: 10/20/1864
BURIED AT: SECTION 1 SITE 2069
CYPRESS HILLS NATIONAL CEMETERY 
625 JAMAICA AVENUE BROOKLYN , NY 11208
(631) 454-4949 (631) 694-5422 
Sprague, Rev. Beriah D. (I111320)
 
175528 Private, Company M, 114th Infantry, 29th Division. Hebb, Jesse E. (I142499)
 
175529 Private, enlisted August 1862, discharged June 30, 1865. Sprague, Samuel Renadyne (I134223)
 
175530 Private, enlisted December 1861, 98th NY, Co. B, discharged for disability August 29, 1862. Sprague, Richard (I119012)
 
175531 Private, enlisted November 1861, 2nd Cavalry, Co. M., promoted to sergeant and re-enlisted., discharged June 23, 1865. Sprague, William Henry (I134224)
 
175532 Private, MA Sprague, Silas Jr. (I17826)
 
175533 Prize Fighter Orrison, Earl Roy (I22121)
 
175534 prob. from The Vernon County Broadcaster or Censor, Viroqua, Vernon Co., WI, USA, June 1952
                Betty Worman Becomes Bride
     Nuptials of Betty Lou Worman and Virgil Ray Hanson took place Wednesday evening, June 4, at eight o'clock at a candle light ceremony at the Redmound Methodist Church.  Their rings and vows exchanged before the bride's home pastor, the Rev. Stury.
     The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Worman and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Will Hanson.
     Attending them were Ida Mae Hanson as matron of honor.  Janet Worman was her sister's bridesmaid.  Peggy Ann Worman and Eloise Ford were junior bridesmaids.
     Attending the bridegroom were La Verne Hulsether and Harlan Side.  Acting as ushers were Donnie Worman and Wayne Hanson, brothers of the bride and groom.
     Satin and lace made the brides long trained white gown and she wore a finger tip veil beneath a half bonnet of white satin.  Her colonial bouquet was a white gardenia encircled with white roses and glads, encased in a real lace doily, which matched the lace trim of her gown.
     Matron of honor and bridesmaid were gowned in light blue taffeta and net, carrying mixed colonial bouquets in gilded lace doilies.
     Parker Hoff rendered 3 solos accompanied by Mrs. Stury on the piano.
     The junior bridesmaids wore stand out dresses of traced gold floral on sheer yellow nylon and carried miniature colonial bouquets encased in gilded lace doilies.  A reception for 175 guests was held at the parish hall following the ceremony.  Mrs. Kenneth Stewart poured and Mrs. Clarence Jerman cut the 3-tier wedding cake. 
     Mrs. Walter Hoff was in charge of the dining room and kitchen arrangements.
     After a short honeymoon, the newlyweds will reside at the Hanson farm home near De Soto.

From an unidentified newspaper clipping.
          Miss Worman is Bride of Virgil Hanson
     The Redmound Church was the setting on Wednesday evening for the marriage of Betty Lou Worman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Worman of Retreat, and Virgil Hanson.  The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson of De Soto.
     A reception at the Redmound Community Hall followed the 9 p.m. rite which was read by the Rev. Anton Stury of De Soto.  Janet Worman of Redmound was her sister's maid of honor and Ida Mae Hanson of Cashton was the bridesmaid.  Margaret Worman, the bride's sister, and Eloise Ford, a niece of the groom were junior bridesmaids, all carrying mixed colonial bouquets in gilted doilies.  A cousin of the bridegroom, La Verne Hulsether of Viroqua, was the best man, and Harlan Sidie was the groomsman.  Ushers were Wayne Hanson of La Crosse, a brother of the bridegroom and Donald Worman, a brother of the bride.
     The bride was given in marriage by her father.  she carried a mixed white colonial bouquet in a lace doily.  On their return trip from the Black Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Hanson will be at home at De Soto. 
Family / Spouse F27561
 
175535 prob. from The Vernon County Broadcaster or Censor, Viroqua, Vernon Co., WI, USA, October 1954
    Double Ring Ceremony Unites Myrna Jacobs and David Hulsether Oct. 2.
     Altar bouquets of white gladiolus and mums flanked with candelabra and glowing tapers, formed the setting for the marriage of Miss Myrna Jeanne Jacobs and David B. Hulsether on Saturday, Oct. 2nd.
     Their marriage took place on the 25th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jacobs of Viroqua.  The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hulsether, also of Viroqua.
     In a candlelight service at the Viroqua Lutheran church, the Rev. Alf Romstad performed the double ring ceremony at 8 o'clock.
     Escorted to the altar by her father, Lawrence Jacobs, the bride was gowned in a bouffant floor length white French type lace and nylon tulle, the lace bodice was detailed with a portrait neckline, outlined with cut-outs of the lace and wide wedding ring waist band of pleated satin, giving the gown the new flattering empire waistline.  Sleeves were long and of lace coming to a graceful point at the wrist.  From the tiny nipped-in waist of satin the lace of the bodice extended into the skirt in a pointed peplum effect from which billowed out a cloud of nylon tulle.  Her veil was a smart circle of satin shaping to a dainty peak in the front, accented by seed pearls and rhinestones, to this was attached the imported silk illusion of finger-tip length veiling.  She carried a cascade bouquet of white mums and pom-poms covered muffs.
     Mr. La Vern Hulsether was his brother's best man and two friends LaVern Lawton and Jerroll Tewalt were groomsment.  The ushers were Richard Melvin and Dale Peterson.  The groom and men of the bridal party, the users and the brides father all work Tony Martin midnite blue dinner suits, with white carnation butonnaires.
     While the bridal party knelt at the altar, Miss Jane Jackson sang "The Lord's Paryer" accompanied by Hrold Gulbrandsen at the organ.
     For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Jacobs chose ashes of roses ensemble with black accessories, while the bridegroom's mother chose a cocoa brown ensemble with black accessories, both wearing shoulder corsages of pink sweetheart roses.
      Two hundred guests were greeted at the reception in the church parlors.  The tables were decorated with wine streamers and white candles, the bride's table decorated with wine-red asters and baby breath, centered with brides cape which was topped with the tiny church and bridal couple with three miniature bridesmaids descending the steps of the cake.  Punch was served by Miss Beverly Blaska and Mrs. Floyd Harris of Madison.  Mrs. Thor Hanson was acting hostess of the dining room, she also made and cut the wedding cake.  Miss Mary Helen Hessel and Ruth Gulbrandsen of Madison, served the bridal table.  Other waitresses were Pat Pierce, Nancy Braun, Virginia Zogg, Maxine Jackson, Lois Kellar, Barbara Nelson, Elsie Vig, and Mrs. Bob Lothen.  Miss Shirley Bolstad had charge of the guest book and the Misses Karen Tryggestad and Marilyn Ellefson in charge of gifts.
     Out of town guests were from Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harris, Delores Weum, Mrs. Gaylord Daughbough, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Well and Mr. and Mrs Al Urana of Richland Center, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vig of Beloit, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell of Sauk City, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Crogan and Mrs. Orval Geotge of M.... Mrs. Joseph Szabo, Tommy Sharon of Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. Victor Wick, Waldo, Ohio, and Mrs. Floyd Silbaugh, Wind..., Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Ride..., Wauzeka, Mr. and Mrs. Oden... Simonson and Mr. and Mrs. L.. Simonson of Sparta.
     Mrs. George Keenan and .. Julia Peterson of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Syd Farman and M.. Earl Zimmerman of Alma Center... also, an honored guest was the bride's great-grandmother, Guri Erickson of Redmound is 95 years old.
     Pre-nuptial hosesses for the bride were Miss Marilyn Ellefson ... at Madison and Mrs. Arland Ellefson and Mrs. Jerroll Tewalt of Viroqua.  The bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melving Hulsether entertained the bridal party at a rehearsal luncheon at their home Friday evening preceding the wedding.
     For her going away outfit, Mrs. Hulsether chose a dress and matching jacket of brown ra... wool tweed with orange hat and gloves.  Her corsage was of br... pompoms in a cluster of oak leaves.  Afte a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Canada the happy young couple are residing at 1119 East Dayton, Madison,where both are employed. 
Family / Spouse F28049
 
175536 Probable birth date. Cranmer, Louisa Lovina (I348199)
 
175537 Probable birth index

Name: Ronald F Sprague

Mother's Maiden Surname: Pickard

Date of Registration: Jul Aug Sep 1917

Registration district: Wandsworth

Registration county: Greater London

Volume Number: 1d

Page Number: 841 
Sprague, Ronald Francis (I343704)
 
175538 Probable death location. Leinmeister, Wilhelm (I262333)
 
175539 Probable index of death registration of Alfred

Name: Alfred Sprague

Year of Registration: 1844

Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec

District: Axminster

County: Devon, Dorset

Volume: 10 
Sprague, Alfred (I199755)
 
175540 Probable UK Death Register Index

Name: Joseph Sprague

Birth Date: abt 1912

Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1946

Age at Death: 34

Registration district: Prescot

Inferred County: Lancashire

Volume: 8b 
Sprague, Joseph (I373445)
 
175541 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I220342)
 
175542 probably a School Master. Williams, Providence (I19280)
 
175543 Probably born around Potosi, Grant County, Wisconsin. Kern, Mary Elizabeth (I131561)
 
175544 Probably died before the 1850 census.  She is not found in the 1850 census and some of her small children were then with her sister, Rebecca. Sprague, Mary Missouri (I50643)
 
175545 Probably died young Sprague, Knight (I45267)
 
175546 probably died young Otis, David (I74867)
 
175547 probably died young Perry, Thomas (I75248)
 
175548 probably died young Perry, Sarah (I75250)
 
175549 probably died young Goodspeed, Jane (I75942)
 
175550 probably died young Keen, Lazarus (I93929)
 

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