From Geneva Daily Times 28 February 1905
PINKERTON - BAXTER
At Trinity church on South Main street this afternoon at 1 o'clock took
place the marriage of Miss Letitia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Baxter of No. 584 South Exchange street, to Irving
W. Pinkerton, an employe of the Standard Optical Works. The
ceremony was performed in the presence of a large number of the friends
of the couple by Rev. J. B. Hubbs, pastor of St. Peter's Episcopal
church. The bride was prettily gowned in white albatross over blue silk
and was attended by her sister, Miss Bessie Baxter, who wore blue silk.
The groom was attended by Carl Blutau of Rochester. After the ceremony,
a reception was tendered the couple at the home of the bride's parents.
Forty-five relatives and invited guests were present. After
a brief trip, Mr. and Mrs. Pinkerton will reside on Main street.
DOYLE - GRIFFIN
o'clock this morning at St. Francis de Sale's church on Exchange
street, Very Rev. Dean McDonald united in marriage Miss Catherine
Griffin of Billsboro and Andrew Doyle of Phelps. The
ceremony was performed before a number of friends of the parties. The
bride was attired in blue and was attended by Miss Margaret O'Neil who
also wore blue silk. The groom was attended by his brother, Joseph
Doyle, of Phelps. After a brief trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls, the
couple will reside at Phelps, where the groom is a senior member of
the firm of Doyle & Raymond.
HARRISON - GREGG
At the parsonage of the Baptist church yesterday, Rev. J. B. Champion
united in marriage George N. Harrison and Mrs. Mina Gregg,
both of Clifton Springs.
From Geneva Daily Times 7 March 1905
Phelps, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Eva Butterfield, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Butterfield, and George Herbert
Kilner of Buffalo occurred at 6 o'clock Sunday evening at the home
of the bride's parents on Clifton street. The wedding was a very quiet
affair, there being present only the immediate members of the bride's
family. The officiating clergyman was Rev. E. L. Waldorf, pastor of the
M. E. church. The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Marguerite
Sabin, and the best man was Burt Butterfield. The bride was
becomingly attired in a gown of brown changeable silk with a
hat to match. After a luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Kilner departed on the
evening train for a brief western trip. On their return they will make
their home at Buffalo. Mr. Kilner was formerly a resident of
this village, but is now connected with the New York Central surveying
corps with headquarters at Buffalo.
From Geneva Daily Times 8 March 1905
KLOPFER - GWILLIAM
At 7 o'clock last evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs.
Robert Patrick, at No. 5 Worthington avenue, took place the marriage of
Mary Larter Gwilliam to Edward Klopfer, of Castle
street. Rev. Charles M. Sills, D. D., rector of Trinity church,
performed the ceremony in the presence of only immediate relatives and
friends. The bride was tastefully attired in a travelling gown and was
attended by her
sister, Mrs. Patrick. Louis Klopfer, a brother of the groom was
best man. After partaking of a sumptuous repast, the couple left
on a short trip. They will reside in this city.
BENNETT - BURNS
N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Libby Burns, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Burns of this village, and Gordon Bennett, a
former resident of Phelps, is announced. The ceremony took place at
Kane, Pa., last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are expected to arrive
in Phelps on their wedding tour the latter part of this month.
From Geneva Daily Times March 9 1905
O'BRIEN - O'BRIEN
Canandaigua, N. Y. - At St. Mary's church Tuesday evening took
place the marriage of William McNamara and Miss Elizabeth
Gartland, both well known village people. Miss Clara Lew and
Edward Beahan attended and the ceremony was performed by Father
Tuesday afternoon Patrick J. O'Brien and Miss Winifred
O'Brien, both of Hopewell, were married by Father Dougherty. Miss
Nellie O'Brien and Edwin Ryan attended them.
From Geneva Daily Times 13 March 1905
PEGLOW - HARLOFF
Shortsville, N. Y. - Announcement has been made of the marriage
of Miss Elizabeth Harloff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Harloff of Farmington, and Albert Peglow, which took place at
the home of the bride Wednesday
evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. M. Soule, pastor of the
Farmington Lutheran church, in the presence of a small company of
relatives and invited friends.
From Geneva Daily Times 17 March 1905
NEWTON - WHEAT
Flint, N. Y. - Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents, occurred the marriage of
Miss Carrie Belle Wheat to Reeve D. Newton. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. L. Densmore, pastor of the M. E.
church here, and the guests were composed mainly of the parents and
relatives of both bride and groom. Mr. and
Mrs. Newton left on the 7:16 train from Seneca Castle for a few weeks'
visit with friends in the east. Upon their return home they will occupy
a house on Main street owned by the groom's father.
From Ontario County Journal 4 January 1884
WILCOX - TIFFANY
A happy company, made up of relatives of the bride and groom, met
at the residence of Joseph B. Tiffany on the evening of Christmas, to
witness the marriage of Mr. Charles E.
Wilcox of Victor and Miss Martha A. Tiffany, daughter of
the host. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Wm. Armstrong, who was
carried to the place by 'Squire Leete of East Bloomfield, so that if
there had been any failure on the part of the reverend gentleman, there
were ample resources remaining to make the knot firm and fast. May the
lives of the happy pair be as mild, beautiful and joyous as the day of
County Journal 25 January 1884
DE WITT - LATTIMORE
Reeds Corners, N. Y. - A very quiet wedding occurred here on
New Year's morning. The happy couple were Frank M. DeWitt of
Seneca, and Millie S. Lattimore, of this place. Rev. C. M.
Bartholomew performed the ceremony.
From Ontario County Journal 15 February 1884
FAIRBURN - DAVIS
Honeoye, N. Y. - Married, at the Rev. S. M. Day's, Honeoye,
Wednesday, Feb. 6th, Mr. Frank Fairburn and Miss Eva
Davis, both of Honeoye.
From Ontario County Journal 28 March 1884
NOBLE - SKINNER
Richmond, N. Y. - Mr. Edward Noble, of northern Texas, and Miss
Eva Skinner, of this town, were united in marriage at the home of
the bride on the 13th inst. They start next week for
their southern home. May their life be as sunny and joyous as
the wishes of their many friends would have it.
From Geneva Daily Times 21 March 1905
SEELY - HALLOCK
It has just been announced that at the rectory of St. Peter's church on
March 8, took place the marriage of Ernest P. Seely of this
city to Miss Ada Hallock, of Rochester. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. J. B. Hubbs. Mr. Seely is a well-known employee
of the Lehigh Valley railroad. The couple are residing
on North Genesee street.
From Geneva Daily Times 22 March 1905
BADGLEY - DEAN
At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dean, on
Pulteney street, yesterday noon, Miss Jessamine Dean and Mason
G. Badgley were united in marriage, the ceremony being performed
by Rev. W. W. Weller. The wedding guests included a number of relatives
and friends of the bride and groom. The house was simply decorated for
the occasion. The bridal couple were the recipients of many beautiful
presents. Following the ceremony a sumptuous wedding dinner was served
after which the bridal pair left amid a shower of rice and with the
best wishes of their many friends, for an eastern trip. Upon their
return they will be at home to their Geneva friends May first. Mr.
Badgley is employed at the works of the Geneva Wagon company.
From Geneva Daily
Times 23 March 1905
GUNNISON - SANFORD
Canandaigua, N. Y. - A quiet marriage took place last evening
o'clock at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick E. McClellan on North
Main street. The contracting parties were Mrs. Lillian B. Sanford and
Frederick Gunnison, both well-known and highly esteemed
Canandaiguans. Rev. Ward Mosher of the M. E. church was the officiating
clergyman. Only the immediate relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs.
Gunnison departed after the ceremony for a brief wedding journey. They
will reside in this village.
OSKAMP - KATZENNAYER
Canandaigua, N. Y. - The marriage is just announced of George
B. Oskamp, Jr., and Miss Marguerite J. Katzennayer, both
of Canandaigua. The ceremony took place on Monday,
March 20, at the Baptist parsonage, Rev. J. Scott Ebersole officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Oskamp are now visiting in the east.
On their return they will reside in this village.
From Geneva Daily Times 24 March 1905
JENKINS - GREENE
At St. Peter's rectory yesterday afternoon, Herbert H. Jenkins and
Miss Josephine M. Greene were married by the Rev. Dr. Hubbs,
the wedding was a very quiet one. Mr. Jenkins for several years has
been in the employ of Booth, the Exchange street baker, and is
prominent in Masonic circles. After a short
bridal trip, they will be at home to their many friends.
DOUGLASS - PERKINS
The announcement is made that on Wednesday occurred the marriage of Miss
Florence Perkins and Ray Douglass, both well-known
Canandaiguans. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Ward Mosher of the
Canandaigua Methodist Episcopal church.
From Geneva Daily Times 6 April 1905
WISNER - FOX
Canandaigua, N. Y. -
Yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fox, on Howell
street, a quiet wedding took place, when their daughter, Miss
Pauline H. Fox and Ralph W. Wisner, both well-known and
popular young people of this village were united in marriage by Rev.
Lewis T. Reed, of the Congregational church. Only the immediate
relatives of the contracting parties
were present, including the following from out of town; W. W. Fox, F.
W. Fox and Mrs. J. M. Fox, of New York and Mrs. Richard Gibson of
Rochester. After a brief wedding trip in the east, Mr. and Mrs. Wisner
will reside at the home of Mr. Wisner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
S. Wisner in Hopewell.
From Geneva Daily Times 12 April 1905
JAMES - GOSMAN
COWTHER - COLBURN
A pretty double wedding took place at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Gosman, No. 16 Columbia avenue, when
their daughter, Miss Anna Belle Gosman became the bride of Frank
Wilson James of South Livonia and their niece,
Miss Genie Colburn, became the bride of George A. Cowther of
No. 21 Grant avenue, this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C.
E. Jewell of the First Methodist church in a bower of smilax and palms.
Miss Gosman and Mr. James were
married first while the other couple acted as their attendants. After
Mr. and Mrs. James were pronounced man and wife, they then
acted as best man and matron of honor for Miss Colburn and Mr. Cowther.
Miss Gosman wore a dark blue dress of albatross over taffeta, while
Miss Colburn wore a dress of dark blue cassimere. After the ceremony
light refreshments were served to the immediate friends and relatives
present. Later Mr. and Mrs. James left for a short western trip, while
Mr. and Mrs. Cowther started on an eastern trip. Upon their return Mr.
and Mrs. Cowther will live for the present with Mr. and Mrs. Gosman.
Mrs. James will return to this city and resume her position in the
of E. L. Hess. Later in the season Mr. and Mrs. James will commence
housekeeping in South Livonia.
From Geneva Daily Times 14 April 1905
GARDEYN - STIGGINS
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Yesterday afternoon, Jacob Gardeyn and
Anna G. Stiggins were united in marriage by Rev. Ward Mosher.
Both are well known in Canandaigua.
PIERCE - FARNUM
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Wednesday Rev. Lewis M. Sweet united in
marriage Julia Farnum and Roy E. Pierce, both of whom
are well known and popular young people of this place.
From Geneva Daily Times
2 January 1896
SMITH - FURMAN
The marriage of Robert Smith and Miss Laura
Furman, both of Geneva, was performed last evening by the Rev. Dr.
Rankine at the rectory on William street, after which they left for
Watkins to visit friends of the bride.
From Geneva Daily Times 14 January 1896
SWITZER - GRODEN
Lucien Z. Switzer and Miss Margaret Groden, both of
Geneva, were married at 9:30 o'clock this morning in St. Francis de
Sales church by the pastor, Very Rev. Dean W. A. McDonald. Seymour
Switzer, brother of the groom, was best man, and Miss Anna Groden,
sister of the bride, was best woman.
KEOUGH - GRADY
At 10:30 o'clock this morning Martin Keough of Canandaigua and
Grady of Geneva were married at St. Francis de Sales church, Very
Rev. Father McDonald officiating. The best man was a Canandaigua friend
of the groom, Jeremiah McCarthy, and the best woman was Miss Elizabeth
Hamilton of Shortsville.
From Geneva Daily Times 23 January 1896
HILL - FLYNN
A pleasant marriage ceremony
was performed at St. Francis de Sales church at 10 o'clock this
morning, the Rev. Father McDonald officiating. The contracting parties
were Miss Julia Flynn and John Hill, both of Geneva.
The bridesmaid was Miss Agnes, sister of
the bride; the best man was Patrick Knight. The bride wore pink and the
bridesmaid blue. The young people have the congratulations of friends.
From Geneva Daily Times 24
HUTCHINS - BRODERICK
The marriage of Frank Hutchins, the genial clerk at the
Kirkwood, and Miss Catharine Broderick, was solemnized by Rev.
Father McDonald at the parochial residence at 8 o'clock last night. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Dwyer acted as groomsman and bridesmaid. The bride is
the proprietor of a millinery store on Seneca street. The newly married
couple will receive the congratulations of many friends.
From Geneva Daily Times 3 February 1896
KNAPP - TIFFANY
Announcement is made of the marriage of Dr. James F. Knapp of
Geneva and Miss Marie Tiffany of Bristol, which event occurred
at the bride's home last Thursday. The doctor's many friends in Geneva
extend their heartiest congratulations.
From Geneva Daily Times 18 February 1896
SHYNE - O'DEA
The shining member of the business community, Frank L. Shyne, came
to the sudden conclusion that married bliss was better than single
life, so he took unto himself that bright young lady, Miss Emma
O'Dea, who has hitherto aided him in his laundry business. Mr.
Shyne is figuring out now whether he lost a day yesterday or gained
one, and his wife says this is the first "shine" she has ever had. All
told, it's a first class "Shyne" and a pretty "Dea" and their friends
wish its consolidation success. If Geneva folks do not get their
laundry on scheduled time
this week, they know the reason.
From Geneva Daily Times 19 February 1896
O'BRIEN - BLYNN
Announcement has been made of the marriage of William J. O'Brien and
Miss Agnes Flynn,
both of Geneva. The ceremony was performed in Syracuse
on Monday evening by Justice Thompson. The groom has been employed at
the Kirkwood and both he and the bride have many friends who will
extend their congratulations.
From Ontario County Journal 4 April 1884
BROWN - DOYLE
Richmond, N. Y. - Married by
Rev. Mr. Tuttle, of Orleans county, on Wednesday, March
19th, Mr. Fred Brown of Richmond Mills to Miss Jennie
Doyle of Livonia Station.
From Ontario County Journal 2 May
MIDDAUGH - MANZER
Reeds Corners, N. Y. - Miss Maggie Manzer, of Milford, N. Y., a
sister of Mrs. C. M. Bartholomew, was married on Wednesday, April 30th
to Mr. Albert Middaugh of Phelps, by Rev. C. M. Bartholomew,
at his residence. Mr. and Mrs. Middaugh go directly to Phelps to live.
From Ontario County Journal 30 May
MUNSELL - HOUSEL
Naples, N. Y. - Before the issue of this paper, the marriage of
Mr. L. E. Munsell and Miss Mary E. Housel, will in all
probability have occurred, as the time for the ceremony is three
o'clock P. M., Thursday. Mr. Munsell is the teller and confidential
clerk in Hiram Maxfield's bank, and brother of W. W. Munsell, late of
this village, now of
New York. Miss Housel is the daughter of H. A. Housel, Esq. The young
couple have hosts of friends who wish them great happiness in their
wedded life. They will leave town directly after the ceremony for a
trip, and propose to embark in housekeeping directly after their
Some fifty cards of invitation have been sent out, which we may say
are very handsome and elegant. We bespeak a beautiful day for the
From Geneva Daily Times 17 April 1905
JONES - EATON
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Wednesday will take place the marriage of Richard
N. Jones, a well-known Canandaigua business man, and Mrs.
Emily White Eaton, formerly of Rochester, but a resident of
Canandaigua for the past two years. Both parties have many friends who
are offering congratulations.
From Geneva Daily Times 22 April 1905
QUINTERS - BRADLEY
Shortsville, N. Y. - Howard Quinters of Shortsville and Miss
Mary Bradley of Canandaigua were united in marriage Thursday
evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Ernest Lynn Waldorf, pastor
of the Phelps M. E. church at the parsonage in that village.
FRENCH - SOUTHWORTH
Shortsville, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Mary Southworth of
this town, and Carl French, son of Mr. and Mrs. French of Park
street, has been announced. The ceremony took place Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. French will reside in Canandaigua.
From Geneva Daily Times 24 April 1905
TRIX - QUINN
At the residence of Very Rev. Dean McDonald
on Exchange street at 9:30 o'clock last evening took place the
marriage of Miss Margaret Quinn of Ovid to Harry Trix
of Milton street, this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Father Dwyer, assistant pastor of St. Francis de Sales. Miss Helen
Gould and John Brennan were bridesmaid and best man respectively. The
newly-married couple will reside here after a brief eastern trip
Mr. Trix is employed as a clerk at the Columbia Grocery Company's store
on Main and Milton streets.
From Geneva Daily Times 26 April 1905
LYNCH - BRENNAN
The first Easter season church wedding in Catholic circles was
solemnized at St. Frances de Sales at 10 o'clock this morning when Miss
Ella Brennan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. P. F. Brennan, residing two miles west of here, became the bride
of John Lynch, of North street, this city. The ceremony was
performed by Very Rev. Dean McDonald, pastor of the church. The bridal
party slowly marched to the altar, to the strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march, where they were met by Dean McDonald and two acolytes.
The latter were attired in white robes. After the brief but impressive
ritual, Dean McDonald celebrated a nuptial mass. Prof. W. J. Dousek,
the church organist, presided and at the offertory played the "O
The bride was becomingly attired in blue crepe de chine, wore a large
white hat and carried a large bunch of white carnations. Her gown was
made en train. She was attended by Miss Margaret Gallagher, who was
attired in blue, with a blue hat trimmed with white flowers. She also
carried white carnations. Humphrey Lynch, a brother of the groom, was
best man. After the mass a reception was tendered the couple at the
home of the bride's parents, at which a large number of relatives and
were present. After a brief trip, the couple will reside on North
From Geneva Daily Times 27 April 1905
VINCENT - MacANIFF
Phelps, N. Y. - Yesterday afternoon at
St. Francis' parsonage, occurred the marriage of Miss Anna
T. MacAniff to Harry A. Vincent, both of this place.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. F. O'Laughlin. The bride, attired
in a gown of brown chiffon cloth over brown silk, was attended
by her sister, Miss Helen A. MacAniff, who was gowned in champagne
eollenne over silk. The groom was attended by Frederick A. Broshard.
After the ceremony a repast was served at the home of the bride to
the immediate relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent left on the evening train
amid the usual shower of rice and best wishes of their many friends,
upon an extended trip. The young couple were the recipient of many
beautiful and costly presents. After June 1 they will be at home in
furnished home on Main street.
KENNA - BOWLLAN
Canandaigua, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Christine
Bowllan, of this village, to Dr. Richard Kenna, of
Brooklyn, was celebrated yesterday morning at St. Mary's church. Miss
Bowllan recently graduated at Rochester, as a trained nurse, and is a
young lady of much ability. She has many friends in Canandaigua. The
groom is a young physician of Brooklyn.
MONTO - ABERLE
Canandaigua, N. Y. - The announcement is just made of the
marriage on Monday of Joseph Monto, jr., and Miss Agnes
Aberle, both well-known and popular Canandaiguans. Mr. and Mrs.
Monto will reside in Canandaigua.
ARCHIBALD - O'BRIEN
Clifton Springs, N. Y. - At St. Felix's church yesterday
morning occurred the marriage of Miss Mary O'Brien and Walter
Archibald, both of Shortsville.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 April 1905
HINCKLEY - REICKEL
Naples, N. Y. - The marriage of Jenness
Hinckley, son of Elmer Hinckley of Naples, to Miss Reickel
of New Scotland, N. Y., took place at Albany April 26. Mrs.
Hinckley and daughter, Miss Mabel, attended the wedding.
From Ontario County Journal 28 November 1884
LATHAM - FOX
Mr. John F. Latham and Miss Lizzie Fox, daughter of
the late Frank Fox, were married at the residence of the bride's mother
on Gorham street, Monday afternoon, Rev. S.
E. Eastman officiating. The wedding presents were numerous and costly,
among them being a $300 diamond set for the bride. Mr. Latham is the
popular bookkeeper for the Perry Spring Tooth Harrow Co. The wedded
pair started east the same afternoon for a three weeks' trip.
From Ontario County Journal 19 December 1884
MILLER - TOBEY
Naples, N. Y. - One of our prominent and promising young ladies
was married on Friday last, and left us immediately for the far West. Miss
Alice Tobey, daughter of L. Tobey,
made the acquaintance last winter of Mr. Geo. S. Miller, 1st
ass't engineer of the late Naples Railroad surveying corps, and this
is the result. Mr. Miller is stationed at Council Bluffs, Ia., and
that is now the home of the happy couple. Everybody was speculating
as the possibility of that railroad enterprise being a success, but
it is now evident that Mr. Miller more than any one else was
continually saying, "To-bey, or not To-bey, that is the question." We
he is abundantly satisfied with the result.
From Geneva Daily Times 23 May 1905
KNAPP - DERR
Shortsville, N. Y. - Mrs. Lucy Melvin Derr, of Shortsville, and Albert
L. Knapp of Manchester, were united in marriage by the Rev. O. A.
Houghton, pastor of the M. E. church in Towanda, Pa., Saturday
afternoon. Mr. Knapp is a well-known resident of this
section and travels for the Mineralized Rubber Company, of New York.
From Geneva Daily Times 27 May 1905
GARDNER - BEMENT
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Henry Watson Gardner, of
Canandaigua, and Jennie Mae Bement, of Clifton Springs, were
married last evening at 7 o'clock at No. 10 Livingston Park, Rochester,
by Rev. William A. Hallock, pastor of Emmanuel Presbyterian church.
After a short wedding journey, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner will make their
home at No. 209 Center street, Canandaigua.
From Geneva Daily Times 31 May 1905
WILCOX - ELLIOTT
MYERS - ELLIOTT
Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Announcement has just been made of a
double wedding, which occurred in this village last Wednesday evening,
at the home of F. A. Wilcox, when Frank A. Wilcox was united
in marriage to Miss Sarah J. Elliott of Rochester, and Charles
Myers of Rochester, was united in marriage to Miss Grace
Elliott, of this village. Rev. V. A. Sage performed the ceremony.
From Geneva Daily Times 1 June 1905
SMITH - DURKIN
At the home of Very Rev. Dean McDonald on Exchange street Monday
evening, at 7 o'clock, took place the marriage of Miss Kathryn
Durkin of Rose street to Sidney Smith, of Ithaca,
formerly of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Dwyer,
assistant rector of St. Francis de Sales church. James E. Durkin, a
of the bride, was groomsman and Miss Olive Humphrey attended the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith are on an extended trip after which they will reside
at Syracuse where Mr. Smith is employed with Smith Premier Typewriter
company. Mrs. Smith is one of Geneva's most popular young women and has
a host of warm personal friends here.
From Geneva Daily Times 3 June 1905
DAVIS - HILLYER
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hillyer, on Phoenix street, the marriage of Miss
Bessie B. Hillyer and Benjamin D. Davis, both well-known
Canandaiguans, was solemnized, Rev. J. Scott Ebersole, pastor of the
Baptist church, officiating. After a dinner the bride and groom
departed for a week's trip west. The groom is assistant engineer at the
waterworks pumping station.
From Geneva Daily Times 6 June 1905
BROPHY - O'BRIEN
Clifton Springs, N. Y. - At St. Felix church yesterday morning, Miss
B. E. O'Brien and Thomas Brophy, both
of Shortsville, were united in marriage. The bride and groom were
taken from their homes in Shortsville to the St. Felix church in this
village, married and reached their home in thirty minutes. The trip
was made in the Kellogg-Phillips automobile.
From Geneva Daily Times 7 June 1905
HOLBROOK - BOARDMAN
Waterloo, N. Y. - The marriage of William Holbrook and
Miss Verna Boardman, both residents of Rushville, was
solemnized at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, this village, on
Monday evening, the Rev. George Fosbinder officiating.
MAHONEY - BOISVERT
At St. Francis de Sales' church at 10 o'clock this morning
took place the marriage of Miss Ida Boisvert, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Boisvert of No. 28 East North street, to Patrick J.
Mahoney, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mahoney of No. 58
street. The ceremony was performed by Very Rev. Dean McDonald, pastor
of the church and Rev. Father Dwyer, assistant rector, was celebrant of
the nuptial mass that followed. The bridal party, preceded by four
James W. Higgins, Redmond, Toole, Frederick L. Mensch and John Coursey,
entered the church to the sweet strains of Lohengrin's wedding march,
played by Prof. W. J. Dousek. They were met at the altar rail by Dean
McDonald and two white robed acolytes. The bride was becomingly attired
in white silk voile with a large white hat. She carried white
The bridesmaid, Miss Kathryn Lake, was attired in a champagne colored
costume. She also wore a large white hat and carried carnations. Leo
Boisvert, of Elmira, a brother of the bride, was groomsman. After the
ceremony a bounteous collation was served to the bridal party and a
large number of invited guests at the home of the bride's parents. This
followed by a reception that will continue until eight o'clock this
After an extended trip, the newly-married couple will be at home with
groom's parents at No. 58 Middle street.
From Geneva Daily Times 8 June 1905
TURKE - FRAUTZ
A pretty home wedding took place last evening at eight o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Frautz of No. 184 East North
street, when their daughter, Mary Amanda, became the bride of Winfred
Jay Turke, of Rochester. Both of the contracting parties are
well-known Geneva people and the groom until a year ago
was stenographer for the Ontario Coal Company. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. John B. Hubbs, D. D., rector of St. Peter's church,
in a bower
of ferns and potted plants. Miss Nellie Crofoot, of Syracuse, was
bridesmaid, while the groom was attended by Fred Henle of this city. As
Mrs. Samuel H. Bear sang, "Oh! Perfect Love," accompanied by Miss
on the piano, the bridal party took their places in the parlor. The
bride wore a gown of blue silk trimmed with white lace and the
bridesmaid was dressed in white. At the conclusion of the ceremony, Mr.
and Mrs. Turke received the congratulations of fifty relatives and
friends present. A
wedding supper was served after which the bride and groom left for
new home in Rochester at No. 111 Woodward street.
From Geneva Daily Times 14 June 1905
BENNETT - QUICK
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Quick, No. 64 Wadsworth street,
at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, occurred the marriage of
their daughter, Emma May Quick to William W. Bennett. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. C. E. Jewell, pastor of the First
church. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Bertha Quick, and
the groom by his brother, Harry Bennett. After the ceremony
were served on the lawn of the house. About forty persons were present.
SWEENEY - MACK
Canandaigua, N. Y. - At St. Mary's church yesterday afternoon
occurred the marriage of William Sweeney and Miss Margaret
Mack, both well-known and popular young people of the parish. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. James T. Dougherty in the presence of
a large assemblage of friends and relatives of the contracting parties.
The bride and groom were attended by Frank Sweeney, brother of the
and Miss Grace O'Connor.
From Geneva Daily Times 16 June 1905
OTTLEY - REED
Seneca Castle, N. Y. - S. Arthur Ottley of this place and Ruth
A. Reed of Fairport were united in marriage at the M. E. parsonage
Wednesday evening by Rev. H. W. Sanford. The couple will reside in
Canandaigua where Mr. Ottley has accepted a position with the Lisk
From Geneva Daily Times 17 June 1905
BECKER - HOPSON
Canandaigua, N. Y. - At the Methodist parsonage Thursday took
place the marriage of Grove S. Becker, of Canadice, and Miss
Gretchen M. Hopson, daughter of D. O. Hopson. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Ward Mosher. Mr. and Mrs. Becker will reside here.
The groom is employed on the Rochester & Eastern Railway.
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