Miss Mildred Lehmann, daughter of Mrs. E. J. Lehmann, and Charles Daniel Peacock, Jr. were united in marriage Jan. 30, at the residence of the bride’s mother, 309 Michigan Boulevard. The bride is a young lady of rare loveliness. Mr. and Mrs. Peacock left at 10.30 for a two months’ trip to the Mid-Winter Fair and Southern California. Five hundred invitations were issued. Among those present well known in jewelry circles were noted Messrs, and Mesdames C. D. Peacock, Otto Young, J. A. Todd, Julius Schnering, Elmer E. A. Rich, Harry Stevens, M. E. Capelle, John Schaub and Adcock, Will Jurgens and sister, Dave Thatcher and daughter, Paul Jackson and sister, Mrs. E. J. Lehmann and Messrs. J. Milhening, C. A. Boynton, Oscar Frederick Engwall, Wm. Nethercott, Walter Buffinton, L. D. Conwell and A. W. Jewell. The presents were most complete and wisely selected, comprising collections of silver, cut glass, statuary, furniture and fine china. A large diamond star pendant was presented to the bride by the groom’s father.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 7th February 1894