Wisconsin Marrage Record: Jacob Daniel Crye (1878-1966) and
Mildred Maud Turner (1888-1957)

Wisconsin Marriage Record

County: Dunn Vol# Page#

1. Full Name of Husband Jake Crye
2. Name of Father of Husband Isiah[sic] Crye
3. Name of mother of husband before marriage
Mary Herold
4. Occupation of husband laborer
5. Residence of husband Stanton
6. Birthplace of husband Wis
7. Full name of wife before marriage Mildred M. Turner
8. Name of father of wife Levi Turner
9. Name of mother of wife before marriage Viola M. Mack
10 Birth place of wife Wis
11 Time when marriage was contracted
12 Place, town, or township, and county where marriage was contracted Nov. 14, 1900 Knapp
13 Color of parties white
14 By what ceremony contracted M.E. Church
15 Names of subscribing witnesses: (a) Herbert E. Carvis
(b) Mrs. Mary Carvis
16 Name of person pronouncing marriage Rev. N.E. Ross
17 Residence of person last named Knapp Dunn
18 Date of certificate of marriage Nov. 14th, 1900
19 Date of Registration Nov. 16th 1900
20. Any additional circumstances [none entered ]
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Obituaries of Jacob Daniel Crye's Parents

Obituary Notice for Isaiash S. Cry (IN news from Knapp section)
Dunn County News
Jan. 15, 1904

Isaiah Cry, and[sic] old settler and veteran of the Civil war, died at his home Jan. 12, of Dropsy of the Heart.

Mary Crye - Wife of Isaiah S. Crye
Obituary transcript -
Dunn County News
April 20, 1919

Mrs. Mary Crye.

Mrs. Mary Crye died in her home in Knapp, Wednesday moring, April 19, after an extended illness of Bright's disease. She had reached the age of 65 years, forty-five of which had been spent in that vicinity. Her husband has been dead for twelve years.

Five children are left to mourn the loss of a loving mother, namely:
James, Tine, Mrs. Effie Yoder and Jess of Knapp and Jacob of Couderay.

Funeral services will be held tomarrow morning at 10 o'clock from the house, with the Rev. H. C. Hall in charge. Internment will be held made at Teegarden cemetary.

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