Clipped From The Indiana Weekly Messenger
Kn- begin pres- Wedded Mr. and Mrs. F. Tears. M. Lichtenfels, of present the highway road of . . . , Pitcairn, celebrated with their children grandchildren, and great-grandchildren the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage marriage August 29. F. M. Lichtenfels, second son of Philip Lichtenfels, who came from to America in 1830, was horn in county seventy-four years ago, and, his father, served many years on school board in West Wheatfield township township ; also as assessor, tax collector, constable and auditor. He is a veteran the Civil war, enlisting in 1862, serving in the One Hundred and Seventy- seventh, Two hundred and Sixth, and Eleventh Maine regiments. Three sens, Joseph S. and Philip of Pitcairn, and John F., of Oil and two daughters, Ida O., wife of B. F. Mardis, of Fairfield avenue. Johnstown, and Susan, wife of D. I. of Pitcairn, eighteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren constitute the family.