From Geneva Daily Times 30 November 1906
KILLIAN - ABERLE
At 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon a pretty home wedding was
solemnized at the residence of Miss Jennie D. Aberle, on West avenue,
when the latter's sister, Miss
Carolyn Grace Aberle
was united to Peter Adam Killian,
White Deer, Pa., by Rev. Louis T. Reed, pastor of the
Congregational Church. Only the members of the families of
the contracting parties were present. The bride and groom were
unattended. The bride wore her going-away gown of blue. The house was
decorated with chrysanthemums. After a wedding trip of about three
weeks, in the South, Mr. and Mrs. Killian will make their home
at No. 179 West avenue.
SULLIVAN - MANEY
St. Stephen's Church was the scene yesterday morning at eleven o'clock
of a very pretty wedding when Miss Margaret Maney,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maney, became the wife of Cornelius M. Sullivan
of Rochester. The church was well-filled with the friends and
invited guests. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Stephen V. McPadden,
pastor of the church. The groom was formerly a resident of this city,
where he was employed as clerk by the American Express Company and was
transferred to Rochester about three months ago. The bride was attired
traveling suit of dark blue broadcloth and wore a white hat
with ostrich tips. She was attended by her cousin, Miss Katherine
Desmond, who wore a dark blue broadcloth suit and hat trimmed with
ostrich tips. Following the ceremony a reception and wedding dinner
were served at the home of the bride's parents, No. 105 Jay street.
James Sullivan of Clifton Springs, brother of the groom, acted as best
man. After an extended bridal trip, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan will reside
ROULAND - MOSHIER
At the parochial residence of St. Francis de Sales church last evening
took place the marriage of William J. Rouland
of 40 Jackson
street and Miss Mable Moshier
of Auburn. Rev. Edward J.
Dwyer, assistant rector of St. Francis de Sales church, performed the
ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Katherine Rouland, cousin of
the groom, and Michael E. Rouland, a brother of the groom, acted as
best man. Both and bride and bridesmaid were attired in white crepe de
chine. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the home of
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rouland. Mr. and Mrs. Rouland
left on a late train for a brief wedding trip. They will reside in this
From Geneva Daily
Times 7 December 1906
HUTCHINS - LEWIS
Gorham, N. Y. -
The marriage of Miss Harriet Lewis
Mr. Joseph Hutchins
occurred at the home of the bride Wednesday
noon, in the presence of about thirty-five guests. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Edward Jarvis, under an arch of evergreen and
chrysanthemums. Miss Florence Lewis, cousin of the bride, and the
Misses Alice Moward of Newark, and Ida Pitt
of Stanley, acted as bridesmaids, and a brother of the groom was
the best man. The bride was attired in a white wool gown and carried
chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids were also gowned in white, and they
carried bouquets of pink chrysanthemums. After a bountiful wedding
dinner, the newly wedded couple left for Buffalo where they will
From Geneva Daily Times 13 December 1906
COLE - BARTH
At six o'clock last evening at St. Peter's Episcopal church, Miss
Bertha Louis Barth,
daughter of Mrs. Mary Barth, became the
bride of Peter Reynolds Cole.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. B. Hubbs, rector of the church, in the presence of a large
number of friends and relatives. The bride was attired in white radium
silk and wore a tulle veil caught with smilax and a white rose. She
carried a large shower bouquet of bride roses. She was unattended and
entered the church leaning on the arm of her brother, Louis H. Barth.
Edward A. Catchpole acted as best man and the ushers were Messrs. Jesse
Barker of Clifton Springs, R. H. Gulvin and Frank W. Webb, and Clarence
Huber of Rochester. The wedding march was rendered by Prof. Arthur
Pyne. After the ceremony a reception and supper was given to about
sixty guests at the home of the bride's mother, No. 139 North Main
street. The decorations at the house were of white chrysanthemums,
smilax and holly. The supper was served
by Caterer Isenman. Mr. and Mrs. Cole left later for a short
honeymoon in New York, after which they will reside with the bride's
mother. The out-of-town guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barth
and son, Jay, of Syracuse; Miss May Bergdorf of Clifton Springs; Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Huber of Rochester, Mrs. William Thayer of Auburn,
Judge and Mrs. George Ditmars of Canandaigua.
From Ontario County
Journal 13 January 1888
BALLARD - MEAD
Chapinville, N. Y. -
On Dec. 29 one of our popular young men by
of Carson L. Ballard
took to himself a partner for
life, by the name of Cora Mead
of East Bloomfield. We
wish the happy couple a life of prosperity and success in all their
HOGAN - SHAUGHNESSY
Reed's Corners, N. Y. -
The marriage of Mr. John Hogan
Miss Mary Shaughnessy
occurred on Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock at St. Mary's church, Canandaigua. A reception was
given at the home of the bride, and a large company were present to
enjoy the pleasures attending the welcoming of the newly-wedded couple.
They will make no extended excursion abroad, but intend
to pass the honeymoon around the cheerful blaze of home. We
extend our congratulations.
From Ontario County Journal 20 January 1888
CUSHMAN - DUDLEY
Farmington, N. Y. -
We are pleased to announce the marriage of Miss
daughter of Isaac Dudley, to Adrian Cushman,
respected young man of Wayne county. May they have a pleasant voyage on
the "River of Life."
From Ontario County Journal 2 March 1888
ALLISON - LUCAS
Canadice, N. Y. - Wm. Allison
and Miss Idelle Lucas
united in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents in Honeoye
on Feb'y 14th. Rev. S. M. Day officiated. Mr. Allison is a young man
whom Canadice is not ashamed of, and Miss Lucas one of the best young
ladies, and successful school teacher. May their life be long and happy.
From Ontario County Journal 30 March 1888
ELDRIDGE - HENRY
Canadice, N. Y. - Wm. Eldridge
and Miss Minnie Henry
married at the
home of the bride on Thursday evening, March 22d, Rev. Humphreys
performing the ceremony. Many valuable presents were presented to the
bride and groom.
From Geneva Daily Times 15 December 1906
CHALMERS - RENWICK
Gorham, N. Y. -
The home of Mr. John Renwick
four miles northwest of this village, was the scene on Wednesday at
noon of a pretty wedding when his eldest daughter, Isabelle
and Mr. John Alexander Chalmers,
N. Y., were united in marriage by the Rev. Dr. McColl. The couple was
attended by Mr. TenEyck Major as the best man, Miss Ada Renwick, sister
of the bride, as bridesmaid, and Miss Hazel Renwick, cousin of the
bride, as ring bearer, accompanied by her little brother, Floyd. The
bride was attired in white chiffon, trimmed with valenciennes lace and
carried bride roses. The bridesmaid was gowned in Persian
lawn over pale green, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The
wedding march from Lohengrin was played by Miss Mabel Mead. After the
ceremony about fifty guests partook of a five-course dinner served by
a Penn Yan caterer. The wedding gifts were handsome, consisting largely
of silver. The newly married couple left for a short western trip
showers of confetti, after which they go to their future home at
The going away gown of the bride was of brown broadcloth. Out of town
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chilson of Rochester; Mrs. William Scott,
TenEyck Major, Amsterdam.
FAKE - HAZEL
Gorham, N. Y. - Mr. Foster Fake
and Miss Louise Hazel,
of Gorham, were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the
Presbyterian manse, by Dr. McColl.
From Geneva Daily Times 21
CONYNE - HILLYER
Canandaigua, N. Y. -
At Shortsville last night occurred the
marriage of Roy J. Conyne
and Miss Julia C. Hillyer,
of Canandaigua. The ceremony was quietly performed by Rev. S. C.
Ferris, pastor of the Shortsville Presbyterian church. After a brief
trip, Mr. and Mrs. Conyne will live in Canandaigua.
From Geneva Daily Times 22 December 1906
BOYCE - VAN HUBEN
Gorham, N. Y. -
A pretty wedding took place Dec. 12 at 3
o'clock p.m., at the home of Mrs. Alice VanHuben
, 287 Glenwood
avenue, Rochester, when her daughter, Florence Alice,
united in marriage to Clarence Clark Boyce
of Gorham, in the
presence of 75 guests, Rev. F. C. A. Jones of the North Baptist church
officiating. The house was tastefully trimmed with green and white
chrysanthemums, and the couple stood under an arch of the same from
which was suspended a horseshoe. The only attendants were little Glenna
VanHuben, niece of the bride, and Esther Secor, niece of the groom, who
were ring bearer and flower girl respectively. The bride was dressed in
a gown of cream nuns veiling, trimmed with lace, and her flowers were
white carnations. The going-away gown was of green broadcloth with hat
to match. She also wore a set of furs, the gift of the groom. She is a
graduate of the Geneva
Classical and Union School and of the Rochester Training school, and
a former teacher in Rochester schools. The groom is a highly respected
young Gorham farmer and the bridal pair have the congratulations and
best wishes of the community. After refreshments they left on an
evening train for a trip to Washington, Philadelphia and New York.
Guest were present from Brockport, Geneva and Gorham.
From Geneva Daily Times 26 December 1906
LONGWELL - HUEBLER
Canandaigua, N. Y. -
A Christmas Eve wedding in Canandaigua was
solemnized between Miss Elisa Huebler,
daughter of Mrs.
William Helmina Heubler, of Mason street, and Adelbert Jesse
both well-known young Canandaiguans. After a short trip
they will reside in Canandaigua.
From Geneva Daily Times 27 December 1906
SHY - BRODERICK
Mr. Frederick J. Shy
of Syracuse and Miss Mary Agnes
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Broderick of No.
66 Geneva street, were quietly married this morning at St. Francis de
Sales church. The ceremony was performed by Rev. William A. McDonald.
Stauff acted as best man and the bridesmaid was Miss Elizabeth
Broderick, sister of the bride. The bride was attired in a brown velvet
traveling gown and an Alice blue felt hat with plume. She wore
squirrel furs. The maid's gown was of red Panama cloth. She wore
furs and a black felt hat with plumes. Mr. and Mrs. Shy left on the
8:40 New York Central train for a short eastern trip after which they
will reside in Syracuse, where the groom is engaged in business.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 December 1906
CARSON - GREENE
Rushville, N. Y. -
A very pretty wedding took place Tuesday
evening, a few miles north
of this village, when Alonzo Carons
and Miss Helen
were united in marriage at the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Margaret Greene, by Rev. E. A. Hazeltine. The bride was attired in
white silk mull and the couple were attended by the
niece and nephew of the bride, Miss Hazel Dwyer and Master Emory
Clark. After the ceremony, which took place about seven o'clock, the
wedding supper was served by the bride's friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McMaster, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds, Burt Walther, and Miss Belle
Fake, Joseph Reynolds and Miss Clara Raymond. The young couple received
many beautiful and useful presents, among which were a solid silver tea
set. Mr. and Mrs. Carson left for Canandaigua Tuesday evening
for a short visit with the groom's brother, Theodore Carson. From there
they will proceed to Niagara Falls and other places of interest.
LYON - LOCKEY
At the home of Rev. Dr. Weller, of the First Presbyterian church, on
Christmas Day, occurred the marriage of Miss Florence Louise
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Lockey, of Bath, N. Y., to
Charles E. Lyon,
of this city. The bride's gown was French blue
trimmed with white silk and baby Irish lace, and she wore a blue
hat. On account of the illness of the groom's mother, the marriage
was a very quiet one. Robert Lyon, brother of the groom, acted as
best man, and Mary Kenney, as bridesmaid. She wore a gown of dark
red. Mr. and Mrs. Lyon will be at home after Jan. 15, at 142 Castle
From Geneva Daily Times 2 June 1897
LEHMANN - SQUIRES
Today at high noon took place a very pretty wedding. The contracting
parties were Miss Mary Louise,
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward N. Squires, of Genesee Park place, and Mr. George c. Lehmann
of Buffalo. The wedding was a very quiet one, only the immediate
relatives and a few close friends being invited. The bride was given
away by her father. She was prettily attired in a traveling suit of
green etimius with pink chiffon front. Miss Bessie Squires, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a white organdie. Frank Whitwell
acted as best man. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Alfred Brittain
of Newark, formerly assistant rector of St. Peter's church in this
city. The newly married couple left on the 1:40 o'clock train for an
extended tour of the east. They will reside in Buffalo. Mr. Lehmann,
the groom, is well-known in Geneva. He is a graduate of Hobart college,
class of "95" and is at present a staff representative of the Buffalo
Courier. Among the out-of-town guests were: Mrs. C. Lehmann and Miss
Lehmann of Buffalo; Miss Mary
O. Dakin and Mrs. E. C. Dean of Buffalo; Mrs. Henry S. Dunning and Mr.
J. W. Dunning of Auburn.
From Geneva Daily Times 4 June 1897
DELANE - PIPE
Seneca Falls, N. Y. -
At the law office of Justice Daniel W.
Moran, Miss Hannah Pipe
and John Delane,
Geneva, were united in marriage by the Police Justice at 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning. Two of the court attendants were pressed into
service as witnesses to the ceremony. The newly married couple quietly
slipped by the crowds which had gathered to hear the criminal
examination without any one having any knowledge of the interesting
ceremony that had taken place in the private office.
From Geneva Daily Times 25 June 1897
PETERS - BARCKLEY
A very pretty home wedding took place at the home of the bride's
parents, Joseph R. Barckley on Park avenue, June 24th, Rev. J. H.
Ballou, officiating. Harry Peters
and Mable E. Barckley
the contracting parties. The bride was daintily attired in a gown of
soft steel drab with a tinsel lace front. The bridal party took an
afternoon train west for a short wedding tour.
From Ontario Chronicle 7 November 1900
HUFF - GARDNER
Academy, N. Y. -
A very pretty
home wedding was enjoyed by friends and relatives of the
contracting parties at Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gardner's on Wednesday
at 4:30 p.m., when Nellie M. Gardner
was united in marriage to
of the firm of Huff Bros., Canandaigua. The bridal
couple left in the evening for a week in Buffalo. Their
many friends wish them a long and happy life.
BRYANT - RICHMOND
Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
At high noon last Wednesday the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Abel Richmond
was the scene of a nuptial event of more than passing interest,
the occasion being the marriage of their youngest daughter, Miss
Harriett Wescott Richmond,
to Charles N. S. Bryant,
Clifton Springs. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. R. Benham in
the presence of immediate relatives and friends. The young couple
started on the afternoon train for a trip to New York, after which they
will reside in Clifton Springs. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hoagland, of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Richmond of Lockport; Mr.
and Mrs. George H. Richmond, of Rochester; Mrs. Charles S. Smith and
daughter, Helen, of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Simmons of
Canandaigua. The young couple carry with them the best wishes of all
who knew them.
GILLIGAN - BURNS
Victor, N. Y. -
The marriage of
Miss Anna Burns
of this place to Thomas Gilligan
of Manchester occurred Wednesday afternoon in St. Patrick's
church, Rev. J. J. Donnelly officiating. Miss Mary Burns, sister of the
bride, acted as bridesmaid.
From Ontario Chronicle 28 November 1900
BENNETT - SHEEHAN
Ionia, N. Y. - Miss Lizzie Sheehan,
daughter of Mrs. Hiram
Jenkins of this place, and James B. Bennett,
a member of the
Rochester police force, were united in marriage on November 22,
at 4 o'clock, at St. Mary's Church, Rochester, by Rev. Thomas Connors.
A large number of friends of the bride
and groom were present, including Mrs. Hiram Jenkins, Miss Tressa
Sheehan, Messrs. William and Daniel Sheehan, mother, sister and
brothers of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are taking a trip to New
other eastern cities. They will be at home after December 1st at No.
15 Glendale Park, Rochester, N. Y.
From Ontario County Chronicle 5 December 1900
WILBUR - STEADMAN
Manchester, N. Y. - Clifford Wilbur,
of the northern part of
this town, was united in marriage with
Miss Ida May Steadman
of Phelps, on Wednesday evening
of last week. Mr. Wilbur has a host of friends in this place, who
join in extending congratulations.
From Ontario County Chronicle 12 December 1900
FOSTER - GARDINER
Bristol Center, N. Y. -
A quiet home wedding occurred at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gardiner,
on Thursday, when their
daughter, Cora May,
was united in marriage to Albert John
of Canandaigua Lake.
Only a few intimate friends and relatives were present. Hurrah !
GELDER - DENTON
Naples, N. Y. - Miss Stella A. Denton
was married last
Wednesday afternoon to A. P. Gelder.
The ceremony was
performed by Rev. M. R. Pierce, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, at the home of the bride's mother. On account of the illness of
the mother, only a few of the friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Gelder
will reside at Naples.
From Ontario County Chronicle 26 December 1900
PHILLIPS - COYE
Academy, N. Y. -
Many friends gathered at Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Coye
last Wednesday to witness the marriage of their daughter, Nora B.,
Frank V. Phillips.
The best man was Calvin Monks, with Alida
Phillips as maid of honor. They received many useful and valuable
presents. We wish them a long and happy life.
RIPPEY - BLACK
On Wednesday evening, December 19, the village of Flint was the scene
of a nuptial event of more than passing interest, it being the occasion
of the marriage of Miss Ella
of that village, to William Rippey,
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. B. Temple, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Newton M. Black. The house decorations were evergreens,
holly and chrysanthemums. An aisle was formed by ribbons in the
hands of Miss Maude Moody; Miss Christine Squier, of Stanley, Miss
Jessie Black and Miss Ida Rippey, of Canandaigua. The bride and groom
entered the parlor to the strains of the wedding march executed b Mrs.
Adair of Cohocton. The bride was gowned in white organdie. Miss Belle
Black, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid and Edward Rippey,
of the groom, was the best man.
From Ontario County Chronicle 2 January 1901
FREEMAN - BELL
Ionia, N. Y. -
Married at the home of his uncle, R. R. Conklin,
on Monday evening, December 24, at 6 o'clock, Frank Freeman
of Victor. The ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Mr. Brockway of Lima Seminary.
WHITE - CARR
Phelps, N. Y. -
The marriage of Fred
of Dewitt to Miss Georgia Carr
of this place
took place Wednesday evening, at the home of the bride's father
on West Main street. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. W.
Reed of Clifton Springs, in the presence of a large number of friends.
Among those present from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Titus,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Titus, Misses Stella and Mary Titus, Capt. John S.
Coe and wife, Frederick McClellan, Mrs. Esther Fox, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott, the Misses Nellie and Blanche Taft. Mr. and Mrs. White left on
the 7:30 train for a short wedding trip, and on their return will
From Ontario County Chronicle 9 January 1901
DUNCAN - RODWELL
Manchester, N. Y. - Will Duncan
of this village, and Mrs.
of Toronto, were married in that
city on Thursday, and are at present enjoying a tour through Northern
Canada. Will has a home handsomely furnished in this village, where he
will bring his wife the latter part of this week. As Mr. Duncan
always tendered a "fish horn reception" to every newly married couple
within five miles of here, it is expected that every one will turn
out to give him a royal welcome.
CROSS - PEARCE
Manchester, N. Y. - Fred Cross
and Mrs. Clara Pearce
quietly married at the home of the Misses Harrington at 6 o'clock on
New Year's night, Rev. G. A. Baldwin
performing the ceremony. The happy couple are at present enjoying
a wedding tour in Albany, New York, and other eastern cities, and are
expected home about January 15, when they will take up their residence
on South avenue.
From Ontario County Chronicle 30 January 1901
CARY - OLMSTEAD
Phelps, N. Y. -
at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Samuel Olmstead, in Phelps,
occurred the marriage of Lemeul H. Cary
and Miss Maude
Rev. A. J. Waugh officiating. The house was profusely
decorated with ivy, evergreens and potted plants. The ceremony was
under a canopy of evergreens in front of a bank composed of evergreens
and potted plants. The bride, preceded by her maid of honor, Miss Mae
Olmstead, entered the parlor through an aisle of ribbons held by Misses
Nellie and Ruth Olmstead, Loren Olmstead, Percy Gardner, the Misses
Watkins and Alice Greenwood. The bridal party was met at the altar by
the groom and his best man, Norman Rockefeller, where the bride was
away by her brother, Edward Olmstead. The ceremony with a ring was then
performed by Rev. A. J. Waugh. The bride wore white liberty silk and
bride roses. The maid of honor was attired in yellow silk and carried
carnations. After the wedding dinner, served by Caterer Ridley, of
Mr. and Mrs. Cary left for a short wedding journey, after which they
reside in Phelps.
From Geneva Daily Times 2 January 1907
BEATTY - MASTEN
Mrs. Isabelle Masten
and Henry J. Beatty,
both of this
city, were married New Years' eve at the home
of thebride, No. 4 Howard street. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. J. Wilford Jacks. Miss Lucretia Masten, daughter of the bride,
acted as bridesmaid and the best man was J. H. Lindsey of Clifton
Springs. After the congratulations a dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs.
Beatty will reside in this city.
From Geneva Daily Times 3 January 1907
KINDELBERGER - PYBUS
Gorham, N. Y. -
The marriage of Albert Kindelberger
Miss Jean Pybus
took place on New Year's day at high noon at
the home of the bride. The couple will go to the farm of
the groom's father in the spring and the latter will move to the
ROBSON - WILLOWER
At 12:30 o'clock this afternoon took place the marriage of Miss
to Mr. Edward B. Robson.
The ceremony was
performed by Rev. W. W. Weller, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. H. M.
Willower of No. 6 Howard street. Only the members of the immediate
were present. Mr. Robson is the senior member of the firm of Robson
Brothers, dealers in coal, wood, etc., and a member of the Board of
Health. Miss Willower is a trained nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Robson left on
the Black Diamond for a short stay in New York, after which they will
reside in this city.
From Geneva Daily Times 9 January 1907
PREDMORE - MITTEN
Miss Laura Ruth Mitten,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mitten
of 44 Grove street, and Mr. Fred Predmore
yesterday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Schulte of New Berlin, N. Y. Miss Minnie Cadwallader of this city was
the only guest present. The newly married couple have the best wishes
from their many friends here. Miss Mitten was formerly employed by the
Geneva Optical Co. Mr. and Mrs. Predmore will reside in this city.
From Geneva Daily Times 10 January 1907
MURPHY - BOLGER
Stanley, N. Y. -
The wedding of Miss Margaret Bolger
took place at St. Theresa's church Wednesday
morning at 9:30. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Fr. McCabe. The
bride was dressed in a brown traveling suit and wore a white hat. The
bridesmaid was a cousin of the bride, Miss Jennie Bolger, who
wore a gray suit. The best man was George McWilliams. Mr. and Mrs.
left on the 3:30 train west for a short trip.
From Ontario County Journal 27 April 1888
MURRAY - McCARTY
Mr. Thomas P. Murray
and Miss Mary McCarty
in marriage Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at St. Mary's church. The
happy couple left on the 5:12 eastern train for New York where
they will spend the honeymoon. Both bride and groom are among the most
amiable and popular of Canandaigua young people, and they have the best
wishes of hosts of friends for a long, happy and prosperous life.
From Ontario County Journal 4 May 1888
TOZER - BYINGTON
Naples, N. Y. -
On Thursday last, James H. Tozer,
this place, formerly of Canandaigua, was married to Miss
daughter of A. G. Byington of this village. The
ceremony was at three p.m. at the home of the bride, Rev. Mr. Millard
officiating. The day and the occasion were all that could be desired.
The house was filled with guests, among whom were Mrs. Scott Parish and
daughter Mary, Miss Emma Tozer and Mrs. Rogers, all from Canandaigua,
and Mr. Jack Granger from the lake shore. A large array of handsome and
costly presents for the bride made a beautiful exhibit. After a rich
the wedded pair were driven to Bloods and took the Rochester evening
visiting in that city and in Chautauqua county until Tuesday evening
they returned. On Wednesday evening Mr. F. R. Cribb gave a large party
in their honor. They will proceed to housekeeping very soon with the
wishes of every one for their continued happiness and prosperity.
From Ontario County Journal 18 May 1888
BARRLETT - McLAREN
Victor, N. Y. -
The event of the week was the marriage on
Tuesday evening of Mr. Joseph Barrlett
to Miss Maggie
bridesmaid entered the church followed by the bride and
groom. In front of the altar they were met by the pastor, Rev. Mr.
Leland, who by the beautiful service of the Universalist church
the happy couple "man and wife." They received the The ceremony took
place in the Universalist church which had been beautifully decorated
for the occasion. The pulpit was tastefully covered with lace,
with an arch bearing the monogram B. M. The church was filled with the
many friends of the bride and groom. At 8:20 o'clock Mr. Frank Rowley,
as groomsman, and Miss Katie McLaren, as congratulations of their list
of friends, and took the 9 o'clock train for the West, intending to
be gone about a week. After their return they will begin housekeeping
in the rooms vacated by Mrs. Corsoir. They have the well wishes of the
community whose respect they have merited. Mr. Barrlett is very
and one of the best barbers that ever made lather. Mrs. Barrlett has
won a host of friends, and she will be much missed at the old stand.
From Ontario County Journal 29 June 1888
MAGGS - EARLE
Our Naples correspondent writes of the marriage of Mr.
of this village, and Miss Minnie Earle,
Naples. Mr. and Mrs. Maggs were serenaded Wednesday evening by the
Kingsbury Band, of which Mr. Maggs is a member.
From Ontario County Journal 6 July 1888
DOOLITTLE - TRESCOTT
Canadice, N. Y. - John Doolittle
of this town and Miss
of Michigan were married at the residence of Elmer
Doolittle on Thursday evening, June 18th, Rev. J. T. Humphreys
officiating. We hear that they will commence housekeeping at once in
From Ontario County Journal 13 July 1888
BEAM - PARTRIDGE
Canadice, N. Y. -
On Sunday afternoon L. J. Beam
of Canadice were united in marriage by Rev. J. L.
Humphrey of Springwater, and it is probable that very few ceremonies
performed in a similar way are on record. Mr. Beam, who is somewhat of
an eccentric person, purchased a new carriage four years ago, but had
not allowed a horse to be hitched to it. He bought it and kept it for
this special occasion and insisted upon having the ceremony performed
of doors in front of the bride's home, the bride and groom sitting in
the buggy. Immediately after the marriage service, Mr. Beam and his
bride drove to their elegant new home. Mr. Beam made a fortune in
California some years ago.
From Ontario County Journal 24 August 1888
HOWE - BEACH
Bristol Center, N. Y. -
A very pleasant event took place at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Beach
last Wednesday, Aug.
15th, it being the marriage of their only daughter, Hattie,
Mr. L. J. Howe,
of Shortsville. The ceremony was performed
promptly at 12 M. by Rev. Mr. Wheelock, of Sherman, Texas, assisted by
Rev. Manning, of Westmoreland, N. Y., after which the wedding dinner
was served at
Mrs. Deacon Codding's (the bride's grandmother,) a few steps away.
The couple were the recipients of many handsome and valuable presents
-- two family bibles, lamp, center stand, tea set, table linen,
glass and silverware and many smaller articles. Nearly seventy guests
were present, among them relatives from New York city, Newark, N. Y.,
Canandaigua, Marion and Shortsville. Mr. and Mrs. Howe left mid a
of rice about 3:30 for a short wedding trip, then return to
their future home.
From Geneva Daily Times 14 January 1907
WARNER - DE MAY
Manchester, N. Y. -
A wedding took place Saturday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac DeMay, three miles northeast of this village, the
contracting parties being their daughter, Miss Jessie DeMay
Mr. Manley Warner
of Ontario, the ceremony being performed by
Rev. J. C. Brookins of Newark, in the presence of a large number of
relatives and guests. A five-course dinner was served, and later the
bride and groom departed on a short wedding tour, after which they
expect to reside in Ontario.
From Geneva Daily Times 2 April 1907
LENNON - WINSLOW
Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss
to Adelbert Lennon,
both of Gypsum, which
took place at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. V. A. Sage,
on Tuesday evening of last week.
LOVEJOY - MANLEY
and Miss Katherine Manley
this morning at 10:30 o'clock by Rev. W. A. McDonald at St. Francis de
Sales church. The attendants were Miss Minnie McIntyre and George
Schroeder. The bride's dress was of blue voile with a white hat. Miss
McIntyre wore a brown suit and a brown hat. After the ceremony a
breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother on Exchange
street. Mr. and Mrs. Lovejoy left on the 2:00 train for a short western
trip, after which they will reside in this city.
LUCY - McCORMICK
At 11:00 o'clock this morning at St. Francis de Sales church, Miss
of this city and Timothy Lucy
Stanley, were married by Rev. W. A. McDonald. The bride was gowned in a
traveling suit and a brown hat to match. She was attended by her
Miss Mary McCormick, who wore a blue suit and a blue hat. The best man
was Cornelius Lucy, a brother of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Lucy left
for a short trip.
From Geneva Daily Times 3 April 1907
DEWEY - BISHOP
Manchester, N. Y. -
An announcement has been made of the
marriage of two of the young people of this vicinity. Mr. John
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Dewey of this place,
and Miss Mary Joel Bishop
of Manchester Center, which took
place at the Presbyterian
parsonage in Shortsville. Thursday evening, March 28, Rev. S. C. Ferris
performing the ceremony. As Mr. and Mrs. Dewey are both popular in this
locality, a host of friends join in extending congratulations.
From Geneva Daily Times 4 April 1907
SMITH - ELTON
Canandaigua, N. Y. -
At noon yesterday took place the marriage
of Miss Ethleen Elton
to Mr. Gardner M. Smith,
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Elton, Park Avenue,
Rev. Louis M. Sweet officiating. The house was decorated with cut
flowers and ferns, the colors pink and green predominating. The bride
and groom were attended by Mrs. C. R. Burcroff of Pulteneyville and Mr.
Daniel Smith, a brother
of the groom. The bride wore an embroidered Swiss gown and carried a
bouquet of bride roses. Immediately after the wedding repast was
served, the bride and groom left for an Eastern trip.
From Geneva Daily Times 5 April 1907
DAY - HOFFMAN
A very pretty wedding took place yesterday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock
when Anna Catherine Hoffmann,
of No. 158 William street,
the bride of Frank Day.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. C.
Sills, D. D., rector of Trinity church, in the presence of only
and a few intimate friends. The bride was attired in a gown of cream
crepe de chine with applique trimmings. Miss Mary Elizabeth Hofmann,
bride's sister, was the maid of honor and wore white Persian lawn.
Franklin Kime acted as best man. The house decorations were of white
sweet peas, and ferns. The young people were the recipients of many
gifts. The bride presented the bridesmaid a pretty opal stick pin. The
man received from the groom a gold scarf pin. Following the ceremony a
supper was served. Later Mr. and Mrs. Day left for a short western
trip. On their return, they will reside in this city.
From Geneva Daily Times 19 April 1907
ALLEN - RADLEY
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Miss Clara Radley
and Mr. Louis Allen
were married at the Baptist parsonage Wednesday evening, Rev. J.
Ebersole officiating. They were attended by the bride's sister, Miss
Radley, and George Stalls. A reception followed at the home of the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Radley, Bemis street. Thirty-five guests
From Geneva Daily Times 6 January 1898
CURTIS - CAMPION
Yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents,
67 Colt street, occurred the marriage of Miss Mary Campion
both of Geneva. The wedding was a quiet one,
only the intimate friends of the family being in attendance. Rev.
Charles DeWoody, pastor of the Baptist church, performed the ceremony.
The bridal couple left last evening for a short wedding trip. They will
spend part of the time in Mansfield, Pa., the former home of the groom.
Mr. Curtis and his wife will reside in this city, as Mr. Curtis is
employed at the optical works.
From Geneva Daily Times 14 February 1898
FAIRFAX - WOLFE
Miss Nellie E. Wolfe,
of Waterloo, was married this morning to Alfred
of this city. The wedding occurred at the home of the
bride's parents. Only a few intimate friends were present. After the
ceremony, the couple left for the east on the 1:50 o'clock train.
From Geneva Daily Times 22 April 1907
VANDERHOOF - DUNTON
Clifton Springs, N. Y. -
At the home of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Conley, last evening, occurred the marriage of Miss Gertrude Adelia
to William Hugh Vanderhoof, Jr.,
both of this village. The
was prettily attired in blue crepe de chene and was attended by Miss N.
Aleine Caulkins, as maid of honor. The groom was attended by Clarence
B. Wright. The ceremony, which was witnessed by only immediate
relatives, was performed by the Rev. L. B. Johnston, pastor of St.
John's Episcopal church of this village. After the congratulations, the
bridal party and guests were served to a dainty luncheon in the dining
room. The dining room was daintily decorated in green and white, the
table decorations being principally cut flowers. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dunton of Naples, and the
is the junior partner of the grocery firm of Cowley and Vanderhoof, in
WOOD - TAYLOR
A quiet wedding took place at St. Peter's church on Thursday, the 18th,
four o'clock. The groom was George S. Wood
of South Phelps,
bride, Lena B. Taylor,
of Oaks Corners. The ceremony was
by the rector, Rev. J. B. Hubbs, D. D. E. W. Fairman of South Phelps
as best man and Miss Mary E. Wood, of South Phelps, was the bridesmaid.
bride was dressed in a beautiful traveling gown of gray and brown.
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