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The bride was Eunice J. Denison, daughter of Albert Denison and Julia A. Denison. She was first married to Samuel Knapp who died.

Transcribed by Janet A. Brandt


On Tuesday afternoon by Rev. J. G. Van Ness, at the residence of the bride MRS. EUNICE KNAPP and REV. JOSEPH H. JOHNSON. For a few days past Dame Rumor has been coupling in a kindly way the names that appear above. Mr. Johnson, who resides upon his farm but a short distance from town, having found our little city unusually attractive, has made frequent visits here. By this marriage he takes the attraction home. Mr. Johnson has won many friends by his upright christian character, and in this step he has the very best wishes of all. Mrs. Knapp, now Mrs. Johnson, is one of Anamosa's most estimable ladies. Quiet, modest, unassuming and yet positively christian, she goes to her new home followed by kindly wishes and earnest prayers. May the sorrows that both have known but increase present and future joys.

Anamosa Eureka,Thursday, September 6, 1883, p. 3

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