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Subject: Re: [GEIS] Lipps: Marion County, Kansas > Blaine County, Oklahoma
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 04:50:09 -0000
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My gandfather's sister was Emma Geis that married Henry Weber.
Her parents were Frank Geis and Mary Katherine Schmdit.
I have Henry born Jan 11, 1886 in Messer, died Dec 1, 1982 in Cherokee OK.
b. March 30, 1981 Marion CO KS
d. Oct 17, either 1950 or 1959
I have that they had 2 boys...Fabien who married LaVaughn Payne and Ralph who married a Frances.
I have info on Henry's parents and siblings, if you would like me to send that info to you. I have the info about Emma's siblings (one of which was my grandfather) and her parents also...if this would help you out any.
I found this article about Fabien's wedding in case you have not seen it.
Let me know if any of this helps you out or if you would like me to send you more of what I have...
Payne-Weber - July 30, 1939, Alva, Oklahoma
Miss LaVaughan Payne Becomes Bride of Fabien Weber Today - Early Morning Ceremony Unites Popular Young Couple in Alva Today
An early morning, single ring ceremony will mark the marriage this morning of Miss LaVaughn Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Payne, and Fabien Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber of Cherokee.
The marriage will take place at 10 o'clock in the home of the bride's parents at 910 College with Rev. G. R. Vaughan reading the sacred vows.
The bridal party will stand before a lovely floral scene with delicate white lattice work entwined with fern forming a background for the baskets of gladioli. Tall cathedral tapers in two floor candelabra will be placed at either side of the gorgeous flowers.
Preceding the ceremony Raymond Geis will sing "At Dawning." He will be accompanied by Miss Eva Hinkley who will also play Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus" as the bridal party enters.
Matron-of-honor is Mrs. Harden, sister of the bride. She will wear a floor length, white silk voile with a hopped skirt and trimmed with an embroidered floral design. Her hat will be a white picture hat. The bride will be dressed in an old-fashioned nosegay of saters lilies of the valley and daisies.
Ralph Weber, brother of the bridegroom, will serve as best amn both men will wear dark suits.
Immediately following the ceremony a small reception will be held for the wedding guests. Miss Gertrude mcKetrick and Miss Elizabeth Casper will officiate at the serving table which will be centered with the three-tiered wedding cake flanked with candles.
Mr. and Mrs. Weber will leave immediately after the reception for a wedding trip to Salt Lake City. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. J. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Geis, Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tucker, Jet, Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Ensor and Evelyn of Hopeton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Geis. Mrs. A. B McKitrick, Miss Gerturde McKitrick, Miss Ruth Ellington, Oklahoma City.
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