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Frances Arlene Seeley


Gender: Female


Spouse: Earl A. Hackett

Date of Marriage: April 19, 1947

Marriage Place: Trempealeau, WI

Trempealeau Bride To Live In La Crosse

Frances Arlene Seeley, Trempealeau, and Earl A. Hackett, La Cross, were married by the Rev. James Fisher, Congregational minister, at his home in Trempealeau Saturday, the attendants Leota Hackett, Racine, and Joseph Ruesgen, Marjorie Seeley and Ray Hackett.

Marjorie Seeley was pianist for the early afternoon service, for which the bride wore gardenias and Sweetheart roses on a powder blue silk crepe costume. Her floral hat was white. Miss Hackett, in the place of honor, wore American Beauty roses on a light blue silk dress, her hat of white. Marjorie, in a yellow crepe with yellow floral hat, wore a corsage of yellow roses and lavender iris.

Dinner later was for immediate relatives, Mrs. Z.L. Weston, Milwaukee, an out of town guest. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Seeley, Trempealeau. Hacket is a machinist at the La Cross Trailer company and the couple will live at the home of his mother, Mrs. Zelda Hackett, 616 Kane street. The bridegroom is a veteran of 19 months service in the air force.

Published in the La Cross Tribune, (La Cross, WI) Tuesday April 22, 1947 page 6

Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Seeley, Trempealeau, Wis., of engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Frances Arlene to Earl T. Hackett, 616 Kane, April 19 has been chosen as the wedding date.

Published in The La Cross Tribune, March 28, 1947 page 8

[Great-great-granddaughter of SGS # 3439 – Frances Arlene; Cloyd Leroy; Daniel F.; Daniel F.; Cornelius (#3439); Daniel (#1554); David; Charles; Samuel; Jonas; Obadiah]

Frances Arlene Seeley
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