From Geneva Daily Times 22 June 1905
PHILLIPS - FRITZ
Gorham, N. Y. - A pretty house wedding took place at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo M. Fritz, Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, when their daughter, Edith Belle, was united in
marriage to Burton L. Phillips, of Gasport. The bride and
groom were unattended. The bride was attired in
white nun's veiling and carried bride roses. Rev. William G.
Reed performed the ceremony. The house decorations were of pink,
green and white. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful, as well
as useful gifts. After the wedding supper the couple left on an evening
train for western parts and on their return will
reside at Gasport.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 June 1905
BUELL - FABER
Canandaigua, N. Y. - A quiet but pretty wedding took place last
evening at 6 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Faber, No. 31
Chapin street, when their daughter, Miss Anna Augusta Faber, was
united to Dr. Harry Chapin Buell. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Lewis T. Reed, pastor of the Congregational's church, in the
only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties. The bride and
groom were unattended. The former was gowned in white, and carried
white flowers. She wore the gift of
the groom, a pearl and diamond brooch. Following the ceremony, a supper
was served. The table decorations were of white and green. Later Dr.
and Mrs. Buell left for a trip amongst the Canadian lakes. Dr. Buell is
the present home physician at the Memorial
Hospital. The bride has for a long time been connected with the faculty
of the Canandaigua Union school. After the honeymoon, Dr. and Mrs.
Buell will reside on Chapin street.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 June 1905
SAWYER - RALSTON
A pretty home
wedding took place last evening at eight o'clock at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Ralston, No. 67 State street, when their youngest
daughter, Maude Isabelle, became the wife of Newfield
Scott Sawyer of
this city. The ceremony was performed under
an arch and the house was decorated with palms, ferns and a profusion
of cut flowers. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Mae E.
Nickerson, and the best man was Frank J. Nickerson. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. B. Champion, pastor of
the First Baptist church. Promptly at the hour fixed for the ceremony,
the bridal party entered the parlor to the strains of "The Bridal
Chorus," played by Mrs. Lewis Boulter of Auburn. The ceremony and
the matron of honor were dressed in white. The bride carried white
roses while her sister carried pink carnations. After the ceremony
a wedding supper was served, following which Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer left
on an evening train for a short western trip. On their return
they will reside at No. 67 State street. The bride received many
presents including silver, cut glass and furniture.
PATRICK - BEALES
At four o'clock this afternoon took place the marriage of Miss
Lilian M. Beales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Beales, to Cornelius
Patrick. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's
parents on Preemption street by Rev. John B. Hubbs, D. D., rector of
St. Peter's church. Miss Ida M. Beales, sister of the bride, acted as
bridesmaid and Albert H. Patrick, of Phelps, brother of the groom, was
best man. The bride and bridesmaid were both attired in white. After
the ceremony refreshments were served to the forty relatives and
friends present. Later in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick left for a
short eastern trip. Upon
their return they will reside at the home of the bride's parents.
From Geneva Daily Times 29 June 1905
KNIGHT - MATTHEWS
At the parochial residence of St. Francis de Sales parish at 6:30 last
evening took place the marriage of Martin Knight, a member of
the local plumbing firm of Knight & Hawkins, to Miss Lottie
Matthews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Matthews of No. 176
Main street. The ceremony was performed by Very Rev. Dean McDonald,
pastor of the church. The bride was attended by Miss Fannie Howe and
was attired in a handsome gown of dove colored crepe voile over white
silk. She also wore a chiffon hat.
The bridesmaid wore a gown of blue silk mull and a champagne colored
hat. The groomsman was Patrick J. Finerty. After their return from
a western trip, Mr. and Mrs. Knight will be at home in their newly
furnished residence on North Main street.
ADAMS - EDWARD
Waterloo, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Hattie Edwards of
this township, to Archibald Adams of Geneva, formerly of this
village, took place at the home of the Rev. Ebenezer Packwood, west of
Waterloo, last evening at eight o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Packwood
performed the ceremony. Miss Evelyn Kelley
acted as bridesmaid.
SMITH - LA RUE
Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Announcement is made of the marriage
of Miss Nellie M. LaRue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. LaRue
of Clifton Springs to Glenn W. Smith of Walworth, which took
place yesterday. The ceremony was performed by
a former pastor of the bride, Rev. J. B. Sheerer. The bride was
tastefully attired in a gown of blue silk and carried white carnations.
The bride's maid was Miss Bertha Taylor of Newark, a cousin of the
bride, while the bride's brother, Van R. LaRue, acted as best man. Mr.
and Mrs. Smith will be at home in Walworth after August 1.
From Geneva Daily Times 6 July 1905
CLAPPERTON - FLINN
John Clapperton and Miss Lizzie Flinn, both of this
city, were married July 4, at the parsonage of the First Methodist
church by Rev. C. E. Jewell.
From Geneva Daily Times 13 July 1905
O'SHEA - HANLON
At St. Francis de Sales church yesterday took place the marriage of Miss
Elizabeth Hanlon, daughter of Patrick Hanlon of Castle Heights to Joseph
O'Shea. The ceremony was performed by Very Rev. Dean McDonald.
Miss Marie Hanlon, a sister of the bride, was her attendant and Thomas
B. McGuirl was best man. The bride was becomingly attired in a dress of
cream crepe de Paris over taffeta and a hat of light blue lace. The
bridesmaid wore a gown of light green. Both carried bouquets of sweet
peas. After a two weeks' trip to New York and vicinity, Mr. and Mrs.
O'Shea will reside
at No. 5 North Exchange street.
From Geneva Daily Times 20 July 1905
ROSS - ARMSTRONG
Oaks Corners, N. Y. - At the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Seth Armstrong, occurred Tuesday the marriage of Wayland Ross of
Rochester and Miss Grace Armstrong, an event that has
attracted much attention as the parties are very popular young people.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Pratt of Campbell, where Miss
Armstrong has been a highly successful teacher for some years. A large
company of relatives and friends were present to do honor to the
occasion. The bride and bridesmaids, the Misses Maude and Nora
Armstrong, sisters of the bride, and Miss Nellie Weston, were elegantly
attired. A bountiful repast followed the ceremony at 4 o'clock. The
presents were in great profusion, costly and beautiful. The bride and
groom were literally showered with rice and the common accompanying
exercises when they went to the train, a practice causing so much
annoyance and discomfort, that
it seems it might well be consigned to the ruder days of the past as it
has no redeeming feature. After an extended wedding tour, Mr. and Mrs.
Ross will reside in Rochester where Mr. Ross holds a
From Geneva Daily Times 26 July 1905
FOSTER - MCLAUGHLIN
A very pretty wedding took place at the North Presbyterian church
yesterday afternoon when Miss Fannie Eleanor McLaughlin, became
the wife of William M. Foster. The bridal party entered the
church amid strains of the Mendelssohn wedding march played by Miss
Lottie Hopkins. The ceremony was performed by Rev. N. B. Remick, pastor
of the church, in the presence of a large number of friends. The bride
was gowned in white silk crepe de chine over white silk. The
bridesmaid, Miss May McLaughlin, sister of the bride, was gowned in
white silk mulle. The best man was Arthur Trautman of this city. Miss
Louie Helen Fitch was flower girl and Ray Bolger was page. The ushers
were John O. Feltcher and Frederick Cooley. A reception was held at the
home of the bride's parents.
From Geneva Daily Times 5 March 1896
PIERCE - REYNOLDS
The marriage of Samuel
G. Pierce of Rushville and Kathryn B. Reynolds of Seneca
was performed on Wednesday, the 4th inst., at the home of the bride's
father, J. H. Reynolds, the Rev. A. B. Temple of Seneca church
From Geneva Daily Times
7 March 1896
MATTHEWS - LEWIS
Wm. H. Matthews and
Miss Elsie Lewis, both of Geneva, were married
at the home of the bride on Lake street on Tuesday, the 3rd inst., by
the Rev. Charles E. Hamilton of the Methodist church.
From Geneva Daily Times 9 April 1896
SIGLAR - DEY
The marriage of Edward S. Siglar and Miss Carrie Dey was
solemnized at St. Peter's church at five o'clock last evening, the Rev.
Dr. Rankine officiating, in the presence of a circle of friends. The
groom is a clerk in the First National bank, and the bride is one of
Geneva's esteemed young ladies. They will reside in their new home on
Castle street, already put in readiness for them. Their many friends in
Geneva extend heartiest congratulations.
ALLEN - HUMPHREY
The marriage of Mr. A. A. Allen, the well-known druggist of
Geneva, and Miss Jennie Humphrey was solemnized on Tuesday
morning at the home of the bride's aunt in Constable. The wedding was
quiet, but a very pretty one, in which a few invited guests
participated. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Seelye, and
immediately after the bridal couple started for Geneva, where they
arrived last evening. They have taken apartments at Mr. Schindler's on
William street. Mr. Allen has been a resident of Geneva several years,
in the drug business, and has made many friends, who will unite in
extending to him their sincerest congratulations and good wishes and
also heartily welcome the of his bride to this place. It is hoped that
they may find Geneva all that it promises to be to them.
From Geneva Daily Times 4 June 1896
PARKHURST - MUTSCHLER
Canandaigua, N. Y. - At Canandaigua last evening occurred
one of the prettiest home weddings of the season, when Mr. Leonard
Albert Parkhurst was united to Wilhelmina Magdalene, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mutschler, at their residence, No. 55
Bristol street. The ceremony was after the Episcopal service, Rev. C.
J. Clausen, of St. John's church officiating. The bridesmaid was Miss
May Shafer, of Buffalo, the bride's cousin. George G.
Smith of Canandaigua acted as groomsman. The ushers were Dr. Louis
Mutschler of Philadelphia, and John McLaughlin of Batavia. The bride's
gown was of mousseline de sole over white satin with duchesse lace
and tulle veil; she carried white roses. The bridesmaid wore pink satin
and chiffon. The floral decorations were from Cannon's conservatories.
Teall, of Rochester, served the supper, after which the newly
married couple departed for an extensive eastern trip, to New York,
Saratoga and the Adirondacks.
POWERS - BRISCOE
Another pleasant affair at Canandaigua last evening was the marriage at
St. Mary's church of Mr. William Powers and Miss Minnie
Briscoe, both well-known and popular young Canandaiguans. The
ceremony was performed at 5 o'clock by Rev. Father English in the
presence of a few near friends and relatives of the contracting
parties. Miss Margaret McMahon of Rochester was bridesmaid and John E.
Murphy of Canandaigua was groomsman. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.
Powers left for an extended trip to New York and the east and south.
Mr. Powers is the well-known
and able private secretary and lieutenant of John Flannigan, the Oyster
King and astute politician of this place.
From Geneva Daily Times 12 June 1896
BUCKLEY - BRONSON
The marriage of Miss Agnes Bronson of this city to Mr.
Ramsay Buckley of Brooklyn was solemnized yesterday afternoon at
the home of the bride at 5:30 by the bride's brother, Rev. C. E.
Bronson, of Saginaw, Michigan. The best man was John D. Buckley of
Brooklyn. The bride was attired in white satin trimmed with point lace
and wore a tuelle veil fastened with orange blossoms, and a diamond
sunburst, the gift of the bridegroom. The house was beautifully
decorated with ferns, smilax, roses and palms. Music was furnished by
the Sutton's orchestra. About forty guests were in attendance. Those
from out of town were: William T. Buckley, E. M. Johnston and Miss
Buckley of New York; Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fowler of Warsaw; Mr. and
Mrs. John D.
Buckley and Miss M. Buckley of Brooklyn; and Henry Chandler of
Rochester. The bride was the recipient of a large number of valuable
presents. They departed on the 8:10 a. m. central Hudson train amid a
shower of rice and good wishes by their friends who accompanied them to
From Geneva Daily Times 23 June 1896
WHITE - BRODERICK
Miss Sarah Broderick and Joseph W. White, both of
Geneva, were married at 10:30 o'clock this morning at St. Francis de
Sales church, the Rev. Father O'Hanlon, cousin of the groom,
officiating. The church was handsomely trimmed with palms and and
ferns. The bridesmaid was Miss Mary Broderick, sister of the bride. The
best man was Brazile T. Sherlock of Buffalo, cousin of the groom. The
ushers were Joseph Duffy, John Coniff, John Reddy and Edward Mulcahy.
The bride was beautifully dressed in white mousseline de sole trimmed
with white satin ribbon, and carried white roses. The bridesmaid was
dressed in pink mousseline de sole, trimmed with maroon velvet ribbon,
and carried sweet peas. Mendelssohn's wedding march was sweetly
rendered by Prof. Heuter on the organ and by Prof. Dousek on the
violin. A reception will be given at the home of the bride's parents on
Grove street from five till ten this evening. The out of town guests
are: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French of Chicago; Mrs. Rogers and Dr. Rogers
of Rochester; Rev. Father O'Hanlon of Clifton Springs; Mr. and Mrs.
Walters of Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Seneca Falls; Mr. and Mrs.
McGowan and Mr. and Mrs. Quienan of Penn Yan; Mrs. Ryan of Clifton
Springs and many other friends. The presents were many and beautiful.
The bridal party will leave
on the 10:30 train for a trip through Canada.
From Geneva Daily Times 24 June 1896
WATSON - CHAPMAN
The marriage of Miss Annie Mary Chapman and Grove Rutledge
Watson was solemnized this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents by Rev. Dr. N. B. Remick, their pastor. The house
was prettily decorated with ferns, palms, pink roses and similax. The
bridesmaid was Miss Mary H. Knight of Troy. The best man was Dr. F.
Lansing Stebbins. The ushers were Clinton Dixon and Christian Genter.
The bride was beautifully attired in cream figured silk, trimmed with
mousseline de sole and carried bride roses. The bridesmaid was dressed
grenadine over pink silk, trimmed with pink ribbon, and carried
bridesmaid roses. Miss Helen Stout rendered Lohengrin's wedding march
in a very delightful manner. A reception will be held after the
ceremony. The presents to bride were very beautiful and choice. The
bridal party will leave on the late train for a few days trip through
the west. The
bride and groom are both well-known and popular young people of Geneva
and a host of friends extend their congratulations and best wishes.
GERRITY - BOWE
The marriage of Mr. John H. Gerrity and Miss Nellie Bowe, both
of Geneva, was performed at St. Francis de Sales church yesterday
morning at 9 o'clock by Rev. Father McPadden, assistant rector.
SLINE - McDONALD
Mr. John Sline and Miss Bridget McDonald were united
in marriage at 9 o'clock this morning by the assistant rector, Rev.
Father McPadden, at St. Francis de Sales church.
RILEY - STEDMAN
The marriage of Mr. J. J. Riley and Miss Catherine Stedman
by the Rev. Father McPadden at St. Francis de Sales church
at 10 o'clock this morning.
From Geneva Daily Times 30 June 1896
McGUIRE - MURPHY
The marriage of Miss Bridget F. Murphy, of Geneva, to James
McGuire, of Seneca Falls, was solemnized this morning at 11
o'clock at St. Francis de Sales church by Very Rev. W. A. McDonald. The
bridesmaid was Miss Catherine Murphy, sister of the bride. The best man
was Edward Burns of Seneca Falls. After the ceremony, a reception was
held at the home of the bride's parents. The bridal party left for
their home at Seneca Falls on the 4:30 o'clock train.
From Ontario County Journal 24 April 1885
BARNUM - BUTLER
A small but pleasant company assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Butler in East Bloomfield, on Wednesday, April 15, to
witness the marriage of their daughter, Mary, to Mr. E. L.
Barnum, of Danbury, Conn. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr.
Backus, of Victor. After a bountiful repast, the happy couple started
for Victor, where they took the 3:20 train for Danbury, their future
home. Mrs. Barnum has hosts of friends in Bloomfield and Bristol, who
wish her a long and happy future.
From Ontario County Journal 19 June 1885
WESTCOTT - PALMER
Mr. Charles H. Westcott of Seneca Falls and Miss Ada S.
Palmer of this village were married at the residence of the
bride's mother, on Tuesday of last
week, Rev. Mr. Eastman performing the ceremony. The bride is
one of Canandaigua's most highly esteemed young ladies. Mr. and
Mr. Westcott left on a journey to Lake George.
From Ontario County Journal 10 July 1885
PHILLIPS - CHURCH
Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Mr. Harry Phillips and Miss Florence
Church, of this village, were united in marriage at Auburn on
Saturday last. The young couple have the hearty congratulations of a
host of friends.
From Ontario County Journal 17 July 1885
BAECK - EDSON
Clifton Springs, N. Y. - The wedding of Miss Daisy Edson, daughter
of Rev. W. B. Edson,
of this place, and Eugene C. C. Baeck, of Paris, France, took
place in this village on Wednesday morning last. Mr. Baeck
is a designer by profession, and of very pleasing address. The happy
couple will spend the summer at Niagara Falls.
From Ontario County Journal 28 August 1885
WATROUS - BUCK
Naples, N. Y. - This Wednesday noon is the hour fixed for the
marriage of Deputy-postmaster Geo. H. Watrous and Miss
Cora Buck, daughter of E. W. Buck. The ceremony will take place at
the home of the bride on Cohocton street. The best wishes of not only
your correspondent but of the whole community go with this worthy
couple as they launch out into the matrimonial sea.
From Geneva Daily Times 2 August 1905
ZIMMER - BRADLEY
Shortsville, N. Y. - Miss Mabel Bradley, younger daughter of W.
C. Bradley of Booth street, and Dr. L. L. Zimmer of Auburn,
were married at the home of the
bride this afternoon. Rev. Joel Clark Glover, of Ashland, O.,
assisted by Rev. Seymour C. Ferris, pastor of the Presbyterian church,
performed the ceremony in the presence of only the immediate relatives
of the contracting parties. Dr. and Mrs. Zimmer will reside in
COPLEY - HAAP
Seneca Castle, N. Y. - Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Sims and
daughters, Vetah and Doris, and Mrs. Sim's
mother, Mrs. Rose Haap, are in Phelps today in attendance at the
marriage of Mrs. Haap's daughter, Maude Louise, and Albert
Allen Copley, which was solemnized at high noon at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Edward Steele. The bride is well and favorably
From Geneva Daily Times 8 August 1905
KRUSEN - SCOTT
Hall's Corners, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Rachel Scott of
Ferguson's Corners and Mr. Charles Krusen of Philadelphia,
took place Wednesday at the home of the bride's father, J. Scott, of
From Geneva Daily Times 11 August 1905
KISOR - PHILLIPS
Phelps, N. Y. - The marriage of Wallace Kisor of Stanley
and Mrs. Mary J. Phillips took place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Hicks, yesterday afternoon. It was a very quiet affair, no
one being present except the immediate members of the family. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. A. L. Densmore of Stanley. After
refreshments were served, Mr. and Mrs. Kisor left for Stanley, where
they will reside.
MOREY - BROCKELBANK
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Last evening at the M. E. Church
parsonage, Clair Morey, a well-known young attorney, was
united in marriage to Miss Blanch Brockelbank, of Bristol
street. The ceremony, which was witnessed by only the immediate
relatives, was performed by Rev. Ward Mosher. After a ten days trip to
the Thousand Islands, Mr. and Mrs. Morey will reside in this village.
Geneva Daily Times 17 August 1905
SELOVER - HILL
Stanley, N. Y. - A very pretty informal wedding was solemnized at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hill
yesterday when their daughter, Minnie C., was united in
marriage to Dr. C. William Selover, a promising young
of this place, formerly of Trumansburg, Rev. A. B. Temple officiating.
The bride was charmingly gowned in white point de esprit over white
silk and carried a shower bouquet of white sweet peas. She was
attended by her cousin, Miss Jessie E. Seabury, of Corning, who
was becomingly gowned in white chiffon and carried pink sweet peas. Dr.
John A. Argon of Niagara Falls, a classmate of Dr. Selover, acted as
best man. The
house was prettily decorated with palms, ferns and cut flowers, the
predominating colors being green and white. At the conclusion of the
ceremony an elaborate supper was served by Miss Nora O'Brien, caterer.
A large number of beautiful and costly presents were received. Dr. and
Mrs. Selover left on an evening train for Buffalo and other points. The
out-of-town guests were Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Selover, Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Selover of Trumansburg, Mrs. Edward H. Tweedy and daughter of Buffalo,
and Mr. A. B. Carson of Canandaigua.
From Geneva Daily Times 25 August 1905
PARMALEE - NORRIS
Canandaigua, N. Y. - The many friends in Canandaigua of Miss
Ethel Norris and Charles S. Parmalee were agreeably
surprised last evening to learn that they were quietly married
yesterday afternoon at the home of the groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Parmalee, Gibson street. Rev. Lewis T. Reed,
pastor of the Congregational Church, performed the ceremony. The groom
is a well-known young business man and the bride has for some time been
a stenographer at the Lisk factory. Both have a host
of friends here, who extend hearty congratulations. Mr. and Mr.
will be absent about ten days on an Eastern trip, after which they will
make their home here.
ANDERSON - ELTON
Canandaigua, N. Y. - At 8 o'clock last evening at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Jennie C. Elton, Park Place, took place the
marriage of her daughter, Miss Alice P. Elton
and Mr. Fred L. Anderson, both well-known and popular
people. Rev. Lewis T. Reed performed the ceremony. The bride was
by her sister, Mrs. A. M. Harroun of Chicago, Mrs. M. D. Crippen of
Rochester, Mrs. O. M. Baker of Perry, and Miss Ethel Norris of this
place. She was attired in a gown of satin crepe de chine and princess
lace. Lilies of the valley caught the veil, and her bouquet was
the same flower. The ceremony took place under an arch of green and
and was witnessed by fifty relatives and friends. The wedding music was
played by Miss Charlotte Elton, of West Bloomfield. Messrs. Charles and
Elmer Anderson, brothers of the groom, were ushers. The decorations of
the house were artistic, and were composed mainly of pink and white
flowers. Mrs. Ideson of Lima served the wedding supper. After a wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will reside on Park Avenue in a new home now
From Ontario County Journal 4 September 1885
TIFFANY - JOHNSON
Mrs. Lizzie Johnson, widow of the late John Johnson, who was
killed by the cars a few years ago, was married on Friday, August 21st
to John W. Tiffany, of Canandaigua.
From Ontario County Journal 11 September 1885
HAWKS - COOK
Mr. Thomas Hawks, of Rochester and Miss Nettie Cook, of
this village, were married at the home of the bride, on Gibson street,
last Wednesday evening, Rev. Dr. Elmendorf, assisted by S. E. Eastman
of this village performing the ceremony. The wedding was a delightful
one, and there was beautiful floral decorations, fine music and elegant
refreshments. The wedding reception was largely attended. The charming
bride will be missed from Canandaigua social circles,
and many good wishes will go with her to her new home in Rochester.
LISK - TITUS
Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Mr. Geo. Lisk, of
this village, was married, on Wednesday last, to Miss Ella Titus, at
the bride's home in Syracuse. Miss Hattie Harris officiated as
bridesmaid and Mr. Fred Cobb made a most acceptable "best man." The
numerous friends of the happy couple wished them much joy, and as a
testimonial of their esteem presented George two fine chairs which are
large enough for two.
From Ontario County Journal 20 November 1885
NEENAN - HANOVAN
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Mr. Thomas Neenan and Miss Mary
Hanovan were united in marriage at St. Bridget's church last
Wednesday at 10 a.m., Rev. Wm. Hughes officiating. They have the
congratulations of a large circle of friends.
STRUBLE - CREAMER
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Mrs. John Creamer, of this place, and Mr.
John Struble, of Canadice, were united in marriage at the
residence of W. K. Vanaken on Wednesday at 11 a.m., by Rev. T. S.
From Ontario County Journal 4 December 1885
WADER - SHERWOOD
Mr. Everett O. Wader, bookkeeper in the First National Bank of
this village, and Miss Annie G. Sherwood, daughter of Jas. L.
Sherwood, Esq., were married at the residence of the bride's parents on
Howell street on Thanksgiving Day. The ceremony was performed by Rev.
J. A. Wader, father of the groom. We congratulate Mr. and
Mrs. Wader on their happy celebration of Thanksgiving day, and wish
that many recurring anniversaries of the pleasant occasion may find
them enjoying many blessings to be thankful for.
From Victor Herald 18 June 1892
CONCANNON - SULLIVAN
On Tuesday afternoon Mr. James Concannon and Miss Carrie
Sullivan were united in marriage at St. Patricks church by Rev. J.
J. Donnelly. The happy couple took the evening train for a short
wedding trip. The happy pair are well and favorably known in town, and
a host of admiring friends wish them much joy.
From Geneva Daily Times 2 September 1905
WILSON - VANDEVEER
Oaks Corners, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Hattie
Vandeveer and Mr. Frank Wilson took place Wednesday at 4
o'clock at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Breeze. The officiating
clergyman was Rev. W. W. Weller of Geneva. The occasion was one of
much enjoyment to many friends and relatives who were present and
testified their appreciation by handsome presents, accompanying their
good wishes, and rice, not so valuable or appreciated as much as the
was distributed in liberal quantities. On their return from a bridal
trip, the young couple will reside on a farm near Geneva.
From Geneva Daily Times 11 September 1905
HICKEY - TANNIAN
At St. Francis de Sales' church at 8:30 this morning took place the
marriage of Miss Catherine Tannian of State street to Patrick
J. Hickey of Exchange and Toledo streets. The ceremony was
performed in the presence of a number of relatives of the contracting
parties by Very Rev. Dean W. A. McDonald, pastor of the church. The
bride was neatly attired in a gray traveling suit. She was attended by
Miss Gertrude Lydon who was gowned in blue. J. J. McNerney acted as
best man. After the ceremony the couple left on the Lehigh Valley for
an extended western trip after which they will be at home in a newly
furnished house owned by Mr. Hickey on Toledo street.
From Ontario County Journal 1 January 1886
BUTLER - REARDON
Bristol, N. Y. - Married at the residence of the bride's mother at
Baptist Hill, Dec. 24, Mr. Benton Butler of East Bloomfield,
and Miss Belle Reardon of Bristol.
BENNETT - DIBBLE
Millers Corners, N. Y. - Married at the residence of the bride,
Dec. 22, Miss Alice Dibble and Henry Bennett,
of Victor. The knot was tied by Rev. Mr. Backus of Victor. The
ceremony was witnessed by a large number of relatives and friends of
the bride. The newly wedded pair took the evening train east on a
STEVENS - JOHNSON
The marriage of Mr. Byron Stevens, of Hopewell, and
Miss Lizzie Johnson, of Canandaigua, was solemnized at the
home of the bride's sister in this village on Thursday evening, in this
village on Thursday evening, in the presence of a large gathering of
relatives and friends. Rev. Wm. A. Rice of Syracuse, performed the
ceremony. Later in the evening, at a reception tendered by a sister of
the bride, the happy couple received the congratulations of numerous
friends, and were speeded on their wedding journey by the most earnest
good wishes. The high contracting parties are known and beloved by a
circle of acquaintances. The groom is an enterprising young farmer, and
in every way worthy of his good fortune; and the bride, who has been a
successful teacher, is a young lady worthy of the esteem in which she
widely held. Numerous gifts testified to the appreciation and good
of friends. The bridal couple are now enjoying a brief visit in the
and on their return will make their home in the town of Hopewell.
From Ontario County Journal 22 January 1886
THAYER - HUIE
Rushville, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Nellie Huie of
Rushville to James C. Thayer of Penn Yan, occurred at the
home of A. J. Warner in this village on Tuesday afternoon.
From Ontario County Journal 19 February 1886
FREER - BENNETT
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Miss Emma Bennett, of this place, and Mr.
Hiram Freer, of Canandaigua, were united in marriage at the
residence of the bride's parents last Wednesday afternoon by Rev. T. S.
From Ontario County Journal 26 February 1886
DUNLAP - SULLIVAN
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Mr. Chas. Dunlap of Victor,
and Miss Sarah Sullivan, of this place, were united in
marriage Feb. 18th by Rev. William Hughes, of St. Bridget's Church.
SPANGLE - ROBINSON
Hopewell, N. Y. - Clinton Spangle and Mattie Robinson were
married February 16th, at the residence of D. W. Carlough in Hopewell
Centre, by Rev. Porter McKinstry. It was a stormy, blustering day, but
their many friends join in wishing them a sunny, prosperous journey and
a safe landing at the other end. They both have a host of friends.
From Ontario County Journal 5 March 1886
PIERCE - SUTTON
Naples, N. Y. - Married, on Wednesday, at four p.m., at the
home of her father, M. C. Sutton, Esq., Miss Mary Sutton of
this village and Frank G. Pierce, of Honeoye.
From Ontario County Journal 23 April 1886
WETMORE - DUNTON
Naples, N. Y. - Miss Cretie Dunton has discarded at last her
life of single blessedness. Devoted for years to an aged mother, and
since her death, to her brothers, she had refused all offers of
marriage, but now has yielded to the suit of a very worthy and
prosperous citizen of our neighboring village, and on Wednesday, April
21, she was married to Mr. Frank Wetmore, of North Cohocton,
by her pastor, Rev. B. F. Millard. Esteemed as she is by the entire
community, her departure
from among us will seem very much like a funeral occasion, and
so to the family and to the Presbyterian church and society. She is a
jolly, good, substantial girl, and North Cohocton may well boast of
carrying off a big prize this time. May every blessing attend her.
From Ontario County Journal 30 April 1886
SMITH - BRAMAN
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Married at the residence of Mr. Frank
Munson, Thursday, April 29th, by Rev. Geo. R. Smith, formerly of
Canandaigua, Rev. Lowell C. Smith of Albion and Miss Nina
Braman of this place. The happy couple were the recipient of many
beautiful presents and the good wishes of a large circle of friends.
From Ontario County Journal 14 May 1886
BRIDGMAN - BOOTH
On Monday evening last at five o'clock occurred the marriage of Mr.
Will B. Bridgman and Miss Effie G. Booth, all of this
village, at the residence of Mr. George Booth, father of the bride,
Rev. C. E.
Hiscox officiating. The wedding guests were limited to relatives and
friends. Numerous and beautiful presents were bestowed by friends and
of the bride and groom. The bridal party left Tuesday morning for a
which will include Washington, Philadelphia and New York, carrying with
them the good will and kindest wishes of a host of friends.
HOWE - CARNEY
Monday afternoon, May 10, Mr. Edwin G. Howe, of Rochester, N.
Y., youngest son of the late Hon. Jacob Howe, was married to Miss
Sarah E. Carney, daughter of P. Carney, Esq., of Hopewell, the
being performed by the Rev. Dennis English of St. Mary's church. After
the wedding a reception was held at the residence of the bride's
The presents were numerous and costly. Lack of space prevents an
list, but among them was an elegant set of pearls from the groom's
Mrs. Wm. H. Gorsline of Rochester. The happy couple left the same
for a trip through the west, carrying with them the good wishes of a
of friends in this section and Rochester, where the groom is well known
and highly esteemed. Mr. and Mrs. Howe will make their future home in
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