Weddings X - Z




      YACK - BORAH      

At the residence of Superintendant Shorb, of the street railway, No. 140 North Twelfth street, at 3:30 this afternoon, George Yack, of Rochester, N.Y., was united in marriage to Miss Hattie Borah, step-daughter of Mr. Shorb.

None but members of the family were present, and the marriage was a very quiet affair. The happy couple left by the 4:15 trian for their home in Rochester, where a dwelling has already been fitted up for their use. Mr. Yack is a rising young man of his native city where he is in the cigar and tobacco business. The bride is an accomplished young lady, who during her short residence in this city has made a large circle of acquaintances and friends. - Lafayette Call

The bride is a sister of Mrs. C.F. Bachman, of Decatur, who attended the wedding.

The Saturday Herald (Decatur), 16 Oct 1886




      YOUNG - HANSTON      

A CHURCH WEDDING

The marriage of Mr. Charles Young, of St. Paul Minn., and Miss Maggie Hanston, niece of Michael McGinty, was solemnized this morning at 8 o'clock at St. Patrick's chuch, by Father Macklin, in the presence of a large company of friends. The bride was beautifully attired in a white albatross, trimmings of surah silk, Marshal Niel roses. After signing the register, the bridal party, relatives and friends repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGinty where the wedding breakfast was served. At noon the couple left for Chicago, on their way to St. Paul, where the groom, who is a son of James Young, formerly of Decatur, is engaged in the marble business.

Daily Republican, Decatur, IL, Thursday, 13 Jun 1889




      YOUNG - KECK      

Last evening at eight o’clock Miss Anna B. Keck was married to Mr. Wm. Young, at the home of the bride’s parents, on West Wood street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. George Landgraff, of the German Lutheran church, in the presence of the relatives and immediate friends of the contracting couple. They were attended by Mr. Charles Shubach and Miss Minnie Weidel. The bride was becomingly attired in a black silk costume. Following the congratulations came a bounteous wedding supper. The newly married couple received a number of beautiful presents. The bride is a worthy young lady with a wide acquaintance. The groom is a member of the firm of Young Bros., who conduct a meat market on the north side of the city park. He is an energetic and deserving business man, and starts on his matrimonial venture with the best wishes of many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Young have already gone to housekeeping in the rooms over the meat market, on North Park street. THE REVIEW extends congratulations.

Daily Review, Decatur, IL, 15 Apr 1886







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