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Marriage: Hermann KULLMAN to Amalia STEIN in CA in 1862
Posted by: Vern Dander (ID *****8132) Date: April 26, 2007 at 11:51:23
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Am not related but may be of interest to someone who is. I have no further info, but additional newspaper extracts may be found at URL:

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Vern D
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Stockton Daily Independent
Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA
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>>MONDAY, 16 JUNE 1862<<

MARRIED -- in this city, June 15, by Rev. Dr. ECKMAN, of San Francisco; Mr. Hermann KULLMAN to Miss Amalia STEIN. [Accompanying the above announcement, we have to acknowledge the receipt of a generous donation of wine and cake -- a remembrance of the printer which brought forth many kind wishes for health and a long life of happiness to the newly wedded pair.]

HEBREW MARRIAGE -- The Jewish Synagogue was crowded to overflowing yesterday on the occasion of the marriage of Mr. Herman KULLMAN with Miss Amalia STEIN. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. ECKMAN, of San Francisco, introduced by some appropriate remarks addressed to the couple about to be untied in marriage, and to the audience generally. The nuptial ceremonies were then performed, the marriage contract having been first signed, and read in German and English. The customary breaking of the glass which is attended by a deep significance, was, from some cause, omitted, which fact was declared to us upon enquiry, as being at variance with the long established rites of the Jewish Church in the marriage service. The ceremonies being over, the bridal party and their friends repaired to Turn-Verein Hall where a magnificent repast was prepared for them. In the evening a ball of honor of the event took place, attended by a large number of ladies and gentlemen.


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