From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 06 March 1877, Page 3, Column 3
This month bids fair to see the consummation of many plans whereby various persons hope to secure future happiness, etc. In the way of prospective matrimonial ventures, Mr. George Jennings, aged 62, has taken out a marriage license to marry Mrs. Julia E. Fulton, aged 52. William P. Miller, aged 39, will soon espouse Charlotte M. E. Berrgmann, a maiden of 24 summers, resident of the ex-Mission San Jose. Wm. Kohler, only 29, has secured the necessary documents to wed Louisa Springer, a native of Germany, aged 20 years; and lastly James M. Brooks, aged 44, a native of New York, will lead to the altar Minnie Segelton, aged 26.