Marriage took place on Wednesday, October 8, 1893, 524 Clark Street, Stevens Point, Portage County, WI:
The Stevens Point Journal Stevens Point, Portage County, WI Saturday, October 11, 1890
BRIGHAM-WISWALL. The marriage of O. P. Brigham of Glasgow, Montana, and Cora Bell, second daughter of Mrs. Margaret Wiswall, was solemnized at the family residence on Clark street on Wednesday evening, Rev. R. H. Weller, rector of the church of the Intercession officiating.The wedding was a pleasant home affair, only the family and a few intimate friends being present.After the ceremony a very pleasant time was enjoyed by those present until it was time for the happy couple to take their departure for St. Paul on the 12:47 train which they did, followed by the good wishes of all present.The groom, Mr. Brigham formerly resided in this city at which time he was employed on the Central as baggageman in which capacity he was always accommodating, efficient and attentive to business.His parents reside at Westfield.About three years ago he went west and since that time has been employed on the Great Northern Railroad.He is a competent railroad man and now runs a train on that road, his headquarters being at Glasgow, Montana, where he and his bride will commence housekeeping about next week.Miss Wiswall, the bride, is a young lady who is well known to the people of Stevens Point.She was born in the house where she was married and has resided there all her life.She is a very pleasant young lady and enjoys the respect and friendship of all with whom she has an acquaintance.The young couple carry with them the best wishes of a wide circle of friends.