Lucy D <I>Gleason</I> Wieland

Lucy D Gleason Wieland

Birth
Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan, USA
Death 9 Sep 1954 (aged 87)
Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, USA
Burial Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, USA
Memorial ID 64361193 · View Source
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             A Pleasant Wedding Party.
                            _____

                         MARRIED.

WIELAND—GLEASON—At the residence of the bride’s mother, Mrs. S. A. Gleason, No. 143 south Sixth street, on Wednesday evening, Sept. 16th, 1885, by the Rev. N. B. Kelly; Fred W. Wieland and Miss Lucy D. Gleason.

      At eight o’clock on Wednesday evening a party consisting of the most intimate friends of the contracting parties assembled at the residence to witness the ceremony and see the couple started out on the voyage of life. At exactly 9 o’clock the bridal party emerged from and adjoining room to the parlor where the Rev. N. B. Kelly performed the impressive ceremony which binds them together for life. The bridesmaid and groomsman were Miss Kate White, of this city, and Mr. C. T. Smith, of Minneapolis. The bride wore a dress of dark surah silk with natural flowers, tea roses and smilax, and looked lovely in the attire, while the groom was dressed in the conventional suit. The bridesmaid wore a dark brocaded silk dress with natural flowers.
      After the ceremony was over came the congratulations, after which refreshments consisting of fruit, ice cream and cake was served. The evening’s enjoyment was enlivened by music both instrumental and vocal and the company departed for their homes at 11:30 o’clock.
      The groom is the junior member of the DISPATCH, a young man of sterling qualities and hosts of friends, while the bride is an acknowledged belle of Brainerd. The couple start out in life under favorable circumstances and with the best wishes of the community. They started for Mt. Gilead, Ohio, Mr. Wieland’s former home, on Thursday morning, where they will visit for a couple of weeks, returning to Brainerd the early part of October.
      The following is a list of the presents received, which were very fine:
      Dutchess Point Lace collars and cuffs, Miss Lizzie Hawley
      Silver card receiver, Frank Bennett.
      Six silver table spoons, Joe Cohen.
      One hundred dollars, R. E. Gleason, Stillwater.
      Handsome jewel casket, A. K. Merritt.
      Gold bracelets to bride, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Ingersoll.
      Hand satchel, Mrs. S. A. Gleason.
      Linen table cloth and twelve napkins, Miss Maud Baldwin and Annie Steege.
      Pair of large vases, Nellie Howe.
      Elegant clock, E. W. Kaley.
      Silver and glass pickle castor, Wm. Spencer.
      Silver and glass bouquet holder, C. J. Wilson and wife.
      Pair of panel oil paintings, very fine, Misses Kate White, Minnie Merritt, Kate Whiteley and Frank C. White.
      White satin fan, Hiram Matson, Minneapolis.
      Silver card receiver, Miss Blanche Ingersoll.
      Sofa pillow, Miss Mary Gleason.
      Gold charm, C. H. Congdon.
      Silver and glass tea set and berry dish, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wigham and Miss Minnie Gleason, Pipestone.
      Set silver spoons, H. C. Stivers and wife.
      Cut glass water set, Mrs. N. B Kelly.
      Elegant hand painted wall banner, Mrs. C. C. Neal, Little Falls.
      Hammered gold collar button, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Westfall.
      Painting in water colors with elegant gilt frame, A. E. Losey and wife.
      Perfumery casket with perfume, W. Stager
(Brainerd Dispatch, 18 September 1885, p. 3, c. 4)
[Sent to me by John Van Essen]

            Mrs Lucy Wieland
            Dies Today; Lived
            Here 75 Years

     One of Brainerd's oldest residents, Mrs. Lucy Wieland, 407 North Fourth street, died at her home at 9:45 this morning.
     Mrs. Wieland was 87 years of age. She was born Sept. 2, 1867, in Muskegon, Mich., and came to Brainerd when a young girl. She had been a resident here for over 75 years.
     Mrs. Wieland and Fred W. Wieland were married in Brainerd Sept. 16, 1881, and established their home here.
     Mr. Wieland was part of the firm of Ingersoll and Wiland, which established the first daily paper in Brainerd. The paper was later sold to the Dispatch company.
     Mrs. Wieland was the oldest living member of the First Congregational church here and before becoming ill in 1948, she was active in church events and the ladies aid.
     Surviving are one son, Walter, Brainerd, one daughter, Mrs. M. A. Schillington, Minneapolis, three grandchildren, Mrs. Arnold Tremann, Excelsior, Mary Lou Schillington, Minneapolis, and James F. Wieland, St. Paul; one sister, Mrs. Peter Wick, Dell Rapids, S. D.
     Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the First Congregational church. The Rev. Howard Vernon will officiate. Friends may call at the Whitney funeral chapel from Friday afternoon until noon Saturday and at the church until time of the service.
     The family prefers memborals to the Brainerd Camp Fire Girls' Camp Vanasek building fund. (Brainerd Daily Dispatch, 09 September 1954, p. 1, c. 1) [Contributed by A. Nelson]


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  • Created by: Jim Lee
  • Added: 18 Jan 2011
  • Find a Grave Memorial 64361193
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Lucy D Gleason Wieland (2 Sep 1867–9 Sep 1954), Find a Grave Memorial no. 64361193, citing Evergreen Cemetery, Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by Jim Lee (contributor 46942055) .