From Geneva Daily Times 1 July 1907
TROTT - RUPERT
A pretty wedding took place Saturday evening at 5:30 o'clock at the
home of Dr.
and Mrs. Theodore D. Rupert of Genesee street, when their only
daughter, Miss Lucy Bell Rupert, became the wife
of Maynard Jay Trott of Colorado Springs. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. M. W. Weller, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church, in the presence of about 35 relatives and guests. The young
people were unattended. Among the guests were the charter members of
the Phi Delta Sorority, of which the bride is a member,
and a few members of the Sigma Lambda Nu Fraternity, of which the groom
is a member. The floral decorations throughout the house were of
daisies, with the exception of the bride's table which was adorned with
white roses and asparagus ferns. The groom is well-known in this city,
having formerly lived here with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Trott, now of
Colorado Springs. He was graduated from the Geneva High School in the
class of '02 and has since been pursuing a course in the School of
Mines in Colorado. The bride was graduated from the High School in
the class of '03 and this year finished at the Rochester Mechanic
Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Trott left on a very brief wedding trip. They
will return to this city before leaving for the West, where they will
make their home in Colorado Springs.
SPAID - TRIPP
A very pretty wedding took place Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Tripp of Savannah when their only daughter, Miss
Eunice Blanche, became the bride of George Alston Spaid of
this city. The house decorations were very elaborate, being of
evergreens and cut flowers, the color scheme was red and white.
Promptly at 4 o'clock the bride and groom, preceded by the ring bearer,
Clare Calkins of Savannah, marched through an aisle formed by
six attendants of the bride, to the arch of evergreens and daisies. The
bride's attendants were: Miss Fra Royce of this city, Mrs. C. Eugene
Webner of Auburn, Mrs. Ernest S. Camcross of Syracuse, Miss Anna
Bishop, Mrs. J. E. Calkins of Savannah and Mrs. Robert
A. Blood of Seneca Falls. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. S.
after which a breakfast was served to sixty guests. The bride was
attired in white organdie and applique lace and carried a shower
of red and white carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Spaid left on an early train
for a Western trip, after which they will reside in Geneva. The bride
was the recipient of many costly and useful gifts. The out-of-town
guests were: Mrs. Freeman and grandson of Cleveland, Ohio; Mr.
and Mrs. Warren House, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spaid, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Spaid, Miss Leona Spaid and Miss Fra Royce, of Geneva; Mr. and Mrs.
Blood of Seneca Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Camcross of Syracuse.
From Geneva Daily Times 2 July 1907
BRISTOL - FAKE
Stanley, N. Y. - A
very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mrs.
Louise Fake Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, when her
youngest daughter, Alice, became the bride of Edwin
Livingston Bristol, only son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bristol of
this village. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Edward Jarvis in the
presence of a small company of relatives and friends. Later a wedding
supper was served by Miss Nora O'Brien, caterer. The bridal couple left
for a wedding journey to Washington, D. C. The bride has taught the
primary department of the village school several years,
and is very popular with young and old. There were guests present at
the wedding from Reeds Corners, Rushville and Canandaigua, also Rev.
A. B. Temple and wife of Seneca and Rev. Edward Jarvis and wife of
Gorham. Mr. and Mrs. Bristol will be at home at their residence at
Bellona, where the groom is station agent for the Northern Central
Railroad Company, after Tuesday evening.
RITTER - RITTER
At four o'clock this afternoon, Miss Helena Imogene Ritter, daughter
and Mrs. Sidney A. Ritter of 306 William street, became the
wife of Foster E. Ritter of this city, the ceremony being
performed at the bride's home by Rev. Charles E. Jewell
in the presence of about thirty relatives and friends. The wedding
march was played by Miss Sara Palmer of Millport. After the ceremony a
light luncheon was served. The house was elaborately decorated with
daisies and evergreens, the color scheme being green and
white. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Eva Ritter, who
acted as maid of honor. The groom was attended by George Hunt
of this city. The ribbon bearers were Miss Ethel Updike, a niece of the
groom, and Miss Beryl Ritter, a cousin of the bride. The bride
was prettily gowned in hand embroidered Persian lawn trimmed with
valenciennes lace and carried a bouquet of white bride roses. The
maid of honor was attired in lawn trimmed with all over lace and
carried pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Ritter left on an early train
for a short western trip. They will be at home after July 15th at 33
Folger street, this city. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful
From Geneva Daily Times
8 July 1907
BALDWIN - KELLY
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Saturday night the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Baldwin, on Bristol street, was the scene of a pretty nuptial event.
Their oldest son, Dr. Charles Irving Baldwin, was wedded to Miss
Martha Bessie Kelly, of Reading, Pa., by
Rev. J. S. Ebersole, of the Canandaigua Baptist Church,
at 6 o'clock. The house decorations consisted of daisies, roses, smilax
and asparagus, and the wedding music was provided by Mrs. Hiram Freer,
of Canandaigua. There were no bridal attendants. The bride's dress was
of white mousseline, with Irish point lace trimming. She carried white
carnations and asparagus ferns. The ceremony was followed by a wedding
supper. Subsequently Dr. and Mrs. Baldwin left for their home at
From Geneva Daily Times
9 July 1907
HERSHEY - YOUNGS
Gorham, N. Y. - The
marriage of Samuel Hershey and Miss Hazel
Youngs, both of Gorham, occurred one day last week at
the Methodist parsonage, the Rev. Edward Jarvis officiating. The couple
immediately left for a wedding trip and a visit
with relatives in Binghamton.
From Geneva Daily Times 18 July 1907
SPENGLER - MAC VICAR
A very quiet wedding took place yesterday in Elmira when Dr. John
A. Spengler of this city and Miss Edna A. MacVicar, daughter
of John D. MacVicar of Rochester were united by Rev. George H. Haigh,
pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church in Elmira. Miss
MacVicar is well known in Rochester and Dr. Spengler is a prominent
oculist here, and is also a well-known member of the Masonic
order. Dr. and Mrs. Spengle left for a trip to Ocean Grove, New York,
and Boston. On their return they will reside at No. 159
Lewis street, this city.
From Ontario County Journal 4 April 1890
POWELL - FRENCH
Naples, N. Y. - Albert J.
Powell and Mary French, both of Naples, were
married in Canandaigua last week by Rev. Mr. Green. Mr. Powell takes
his bride on the farm in West Hollow which he just bought of M. C.
From Ontario County Journal 11 April 1890
BOUGHTON - TIFFANY
Miller's Corners, N. Y. - On Wednesday evening of last week, a
delightful social event occurred at the residence of Mr. J. B. Tiffany,
being the marriage of his youngest daughter, Eliza E.,
to Mr. Myron Boughton. Among the guests from out-of-town
were Mr. Walter Boughton, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boughton, Prof.
and Mrs. A. C. Aldridge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boughton, and
John Woolsey of Perinton, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Culver of
Caledonia. The ceremony was performed by Rev. G. W. Coe, after which an
elegant supper was served. The groom is a highly respected and
successful business young man of Victor, and the bride is
a favorite among a large circle of friends. The newly married pair
embark on the voyage of life, with bright prospects, and the good
wishes of a host of friends will follow them to their new home in
Victor. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful gifts.
WOODRUFF - LINK
Reed's Corners, N. Y. - The marriage ceremony of Miss Ida
Link and Mr. Silas Woodruff was performed by Rev. Mr.
Woodruff of Phelps, at the home of the bride's parents, on Wednesday
evening, April 9. The few select friends and relatives who were invited
can testify to the enjoyable time had and bountiful repast served. Miss
Ida Link is a young lady highly esteemed by all who know her. We shall
miss her, and congratulate "Sile" in winning the prize.
From Geneva Advertiser Gazette 3 January 1905
TUNISON - QUIGLEY
The marriage of John Tunison of Geneva and Miss Kate O.
Quigley of Sheldrake was celebrated in the M. E. church at the
latter place on December 18th, Rev. J. H. Blackstone officiating. Only
the immediate families were present. The newly married couple will
reside in Geneva.
BARNES - BOND
Wednesday afternoon last, Dec.
28th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dorman in Seneca,
occurred the marriage of their sister, Anna M. Bond, to
D. Eddy Barnes, of the Town of Geneva. The wedding was
a quiet and informal affair, Rev. A. B. Temple officiating, assisted by
Rev. Mr. Craine of Bellona.
From Geneva Advertiser Gazette 17 January 1905
BRUZEE - FOLLETT
At Oaks Corners last Thursday occurred the marriage of Benjamin
Bruzee and Miss Harriett Follett, in the presence of
about forty friends. Rev. David Moore of Geneva tied the marriage knot.
His earnestness and very pleasing manner will make it a life-long knot.
From Geneva Daily Times 19 July 1905
DE LANEY - BENNETT
On Thursday, July 18, at the home of her brother, William Bennett, of
276 Washington street, took place the marriage of Miss Lottie M.
Bennett to Herbert Stanton DeLaney. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. William K. Towner of the Baptist church. After the
ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served to fifty guests. The bride was
the recipient of many pretty and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. DeLaney
will make their home at 32 Cortland street, this city, after a brief
OTTLEY - MOSEY
Charles E. Ottley and Miss Anna E. Mosey, daughter of
A. J. Mosey, who resides about three miles west of this city, were
married last Sunday at
the First Presbyterian church parsonage at Number Nine. Rev. A. B.
Temple, pastor, performed the ceremony. The couple were unattended.
They returned yesterday from a short wedding trip and are at present
residing on Castle street.
From Geneva Daily Times 23 July 1907
DE LANEY - KENNY
One of the prettiest weddings of
this summer season occurred this morning at 9:30 o'clock
at St. Stephen's church, when Miss Anna E. Kenny, daughter of
John B. Kenny of No. 67 High street, became the bride of Joseph B.
DeLaney. The bride was attired in a dainty white chiffon robe over
white silk. The trimmings were of baby Irish lace. The gown was made
empire and en train. She wore a tulle veil and carried a bouquet of
bride roses. Miss Isabelle F. Kenny, youngest sister of
the bride, was the bridesmaid. She wore white lawn, and a white hat
with wisteria blossoms. She carried a bouquet of pink and white sweet
peas, tied with pink luisine ribbon. John F. Coursey acted as best
man, and the ushers were William F. Groden and Howard F. Sweeney. Light
pink and white predominated in the color scheme. The central altar or
sanctuary was effectively decorated with pink and white carnations,
Boston ferns and palms; and the side altar was decorated with pink
and white roses, also ferns and palms. These floral decorations added
greatly to the summery effect of the scene. The wedding party entered
the church to the familiar strains of Lohengrin's march, played
by Mrs. T. A. Kane. During the nuptial mass, which was said by Rev.
S. D. McPadden, rector. Misses Nellie Sparrow and Agnes Murphy sang
the choruses, "Star of the Sea," and "Mater Amabalis," and Miss Sparrow
sang a soprano solo, "O Salutaris." Mr. and Mrs. DeLaney left at 11
o'clock for an outing at Saranac lake, after which they will reside in
HINDMARCH - STAFFORD
William H. Hindmarch, Jr., of Geneva, and Miss Lelia
Stafford, also of this city, were married at the home of Dr. M. B.
Van Buskirk, friends of the bride, at Aurora, N. Y., on the 13th of
July. Rev. Mr. Sewell, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Aurora,
performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Huntsmen of Lakewood, New
Jersey, friends of bride and groom, were witnesses. The marriage was
very quiet on account of a recent death in the groom's family.
From Geneva Daily Times 2 August 1907
VAN BUREN - EDMONSTON
Phelps, N. Y. - The marriage of Mrs. Eliza Edmonston of
Phelps and William Van
Buren of Geneva took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
N. Brown last evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. E.
Doughty of the M. E. church in the presence of a few friends and
relatives. Following a luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Van Buren left for an
eastern trip. They will reside in Geneva.
From Geneva Daily Times 3 August
GIBSON - CARROLL
A quiet wedding took place this morning at 7:30 o'clock at the rectory
of St. Francis de Sales church, when Miss Judith H. Carroll, youngest
daughter of Mrs. Mary Carroll of No. 18 North Main street, became the
bride of William Thomas Gibson, son of Mrs. E. M. Gibson of
Lewis street. Rev. William A. McDonald performed the marriage ceremony.
bride was attended by Miss Florence A. Rogan. After a short stay
in Syracuse, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson will reside at 105 Lewis street.
From Victor Herald 23 February 1900
BRENNAN - MOONEY
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - The marriage of Michael Brennan of
East Bloomfield to Miss
Fannie Mooney of Rushville, took place at St. Mary's church,
Canandaigua, on February 14th.
From Victor Herald 2 March 1900
LYNAUGH - MULLANE
The marriage of Thomas Lynaugh of this village and Miss
Minnie Mullane of Pittsford was solemnized at St. Louis church, at
Pittsford, on Thursday, Rev. C. L. Codyre officiating. The bridal party
entered the church at four o'clock in the afternoon, marching down the
aisle to the strains of a wedding march played by Miss Bessie Mullane,
sister of the bride. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Agnes
Mullane, while Will Lynaugh, brother of the groom, acted as best man.
Mr. Lynaugh is a well-known, popular farmer of this village, while Mrs.
Lynaugh was formerly a nurse at State Hospital, having graduated from
that institution. After the
ceremony many and hearty congratulations were offered. The newly wedded
pair departed on the afternoon train for New York city and other points
in the East. Upon their return they will reside in their home, east
of this village.
From Victor Herald 9 March 1900
THOMAS - JENNINGS
A quiet wedding occurred Wednesday evening at the home of Charles
Jennings, in this village, when his
sister, Miss Maude Cora Jennings, was united in marriage
to William Henry Thomas, of Mendon. Miss Mabel Gates, of
Honeoye Falls, attended the bride, and Charles Bartlett, of Mendon,
acted as best man. The simple ceremony was performed by Rev. Henry
F. Ellinwood, in the presence of the immediate friends of the
contracting parties. The bride was becomingly attired in a dainty gown
mull, en train, while her bridesmaid's dress was of pink dimity. After
the ceremony the wedding supper was served, and the usual
congratulations were in order. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Rollings, of Lima; Miss Edith Hayward of East Bloomfield; and Lute
of Rush. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will reside in Mendon.
From Victor Herald 23 March 1900
DAY - CLARK
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Ola Clark of
West Bloomfield, and Rufus
Day, of East Bloomfield, occurred last Wednesday afternoon,
at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grieve Clark.
Rev. L. A. Stevens performed the ceremony.
From Victor Herald 20 April 1900
MANLEY - McGLYNN
On Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock, at the parsonage of St.
Patrick's church, in this village, Miss Rose McGlynn and Frank
Manley were united in marriage, by Rev. J. J. Donnelly. Miss Mae
Bartlett, of Mendon, attended the bride and Homer Manley, of Rochester,
brother of the groom, acted as best man. The bride was attired in a
gown of pearl gray Venetian cloth, trimmed with white mousseline de
soie over cream satin, the bridesmaid being dressed in a darker shade
of gray Henrietta cloth, trimmed with green silk and cream lace. Mr.
and Mrs. Manley are well-known and highly esteemed young people of
Victor, and the congratulations and best wishes of the community are
extended to them. After a short western trip, Mr. and Mrs. Manley will
return to their home in this
From Victor Herald 11 May 1900
STEIN - LAMBERT
Edwin Stein, of East Bloomfield, and Miss Nettie M.
Lambert, of Allen's Hill, were united
in marriage at the residence of Stephen Moore, Jr., the bride's
brother-in-law, in West Bloomfield, eveSundayning.
From Victor Herald 25 May 1900
COLE - DIMOCK
Rev. F. M. Cole, of this village, performed the marriage ceremony which
united John C. Cole, an uncle, to Mrs. Emma Dimock, of
Phelps, at the home of the bride, Wednesday, at high noon. Mr. and Mrs.
Cole will reside in Palmyra.
From Geneva Daily Times 8 August 1907
STAPLETON - DUGAN
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Yesterday morning at 8 o'clock at St.
Mary's church took place the marriage of
Miss Anna J. Dugan and Mr. John T. Stapleton, Rev.
James S. Dougherty officiating. The bride was attended by her sister,
Mrs. Josephine A. Dugan, and the groom by his brother, Richard
Stapleton. The bride's gown was white radium silk. She wore a large
white hat and carried a white prayer book. Her sister was attired in
pink batiste. A wedding breakfast was served at the Dugan home on
Chapin street after the ceremony, only members of the two families
being present. Mr. and Mrs. Stapleton left for a trip to Detroit, Mich.
They will reside at the Dugan home on their return.
From Geneva Daily Times 12 August 1907
GARDNER - BLANCHARD
Canandaigua, N. Y. - Saturday Edwin P. Gardner, editor
and publisher of the Ontario County Journal, published at this place,
was united in marriage to Miss Georgia L. Blanchard at the
home of the groom's father, E. W. Gardner, on Gibson street. Rev. Louis
M. Sweet, pastor of the Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony.
Only immediate relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner left on the
afternoon boat for the groom's summer home at Forrester's, on
Canandaigua lake, where they will pass the summer and fall months.
From Geneva Daily Times 29 August 1907
HOWLAND - HEATH
Shortsville, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Hester B. Heath, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heath
of Booth street to Rae V. Howland, oldest son of Mrs. Agusta
Howland of Rochester, was solemnized in the Presbyterian church at 6:30
o'clock. The church, which had been in the hands of the decorators for
the past several days, was all brightness and beauty. The
flowers were golden glow with ferns and asparagus. The colors of
both the church and residence were green and yellow. The guests from
out-of-town came from nearly every state in the union, many of whom
were college friends of the groom. There were nearly four hundred
guests at the church, many of whom were guests at the Heath residence,
the refreshments were served later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howland
left on the evening train for an eastern and southern wedding trip.
When they return they will take up their residence in Rochester.
From Ontario County Journal 4 July 1890
ARNOLD - SABIN
Naples, N. Y. - Naples has lost another
of its fair daughters. It is not be wondered at, we may say, en
passant, that so many young men from other towns come to our
village for wives. We claim the handsomest, best and smartest two-score
or more of marriageable girls of any town in Western New York.
Therefore, it was that Mr. Elmer Arnold of Bath came on last
Thursday and took a wife away. Miss Minnie Sabin listened to
his pleadings, and the wedding was all that could be desired.
GREENFIELD - WATERMAN
Naples, N. Y. - Another marriage last week. James
Greenfield, a youngish widower, found consolation by wedding Miss
Amelia Waterman. Justice R. M. McJennett
did the professional work and did it well.
From Ontario County Journal 31 October 1890
O'BRIEN - MORAN
Last Tuesday afternoon the marriage of Mr. M. J. O'Brien to Miss
Kittie C. Moran took place at St. Mary's church. The church was
filled to overflowing, not speaking of the throng outside. The bride
was dressed in cream colored satin covered with cream silk lace, the
bridesmaid, Miss Lizzie A. Moran was dressed in cream colored surah and
ribbons. The young groom
and brother looked finely in their dress attire. After the ceremony was
performed by Rev. D. English, the bridal party went to the home
of the bride where a large reception was given. The manner in which the
supper was served, the excellent refreshments, the grandeur of
the table cannot well be described. The entire house was beautifully
trimmed with flowers and aflame with lights. At 8 o'clock the bride
and groom took leave and started on their wedding tour for
Philadelphia, Pa. The guests from out-of-town were Miss Nellie and John
M. and Miss Mame Nugent, Miss Mary Doren and Miss Helen Quinn, of
Rochester; Miss Elizabeth and Edward Gavin, Miss McDonald, and Miss
Kittie O'Brien, of Geneva; Mr. and Mrs. John Moran of East Bloomfield;
Hewitt of Syracuse; Mr. Walton Beecher of Elmira; and Wm. Sweeney of
New York. The presents were rich, costly and numerous. The bride
is one of Canandaigua's fairest daughters and of marked personal
and amiable disposition. The groom is a young man of moral habits and
is highly respected by all with whom he is acquainted. Their many
extended hearty congratulations and wish the young couple many years
of happiness and prosperity.
From Ontario County Journal 28 November 1890
BAILEY - WINANS
Millers Corners, N. Y. - The felicitous event of the week is
the marriage of Mr. Oscar Bailey to Miss Jennie M. Winans,
which occurred at the residence of the bride in Lima, Nov. 20, Rev.
Mr. Hard, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Many
congratulations are extended to the newly wedded pair, who have already
taken possession of their pleasant home in this village.
From Ontario County Journal 5 December 1890
JOHNSON - JOHNSON
Cheshire, N. Y. - Wm. S. Johnson, of Cheshire, and Miss
Jennie Johnson, of Academy, were married Wednesday, November 26th,
at two o'clock p.m., at the home of the bride, by Rev. J. M.
Langworthy. The ceremony was witnessed only by relatives of the
contracting parties. The happy couple visited Niagara Falls and Buffalo
on their wedding tour.
DEUEL - STILES
Cheshire, N. Y. - Frank H. Deuel and Miss Eva Stiles were
married Nov. 26th at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Stephen
Stiles, Rev. J. M. Langworthy officiating. About 35 relatives and
friends of the young couple assembled to witness the ceremony. The
bride was the recipient of many beautiful and useful presents. A
bountiful collation was served and an enjoyable evening was spent,
after which the happy couple departed amid a shower of rice for a short
wedding trip. We extend congratulations to both happy couples and wish
them a long and prosperous career.
From Ontario County Journal 12 December 1890
LANNING - BRINK
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - On Wednesday, December 10th, William
Lanning and Miss Cora Brink were married at the residence
of Timothy Brink. The ceremony was performed by Rev. P. M. Harman and
was witnessed by 75 of the relatives and friends of the contracting
BOUNDS - SHELDON
Shortsville, N. Y. - Mr. William Bounds and
Miss Hattie Sheldon were married Thursday at the residence
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sheldon, of this place,
by Rev. J. L. Gilliard. Congratulations to the happy pair.
From Ontario County Journal 19 December 1890
ROAT - McGAFFEE
Reed's Corners, N. Y. - We have to announce the quiet marriage
of our worthy friend, Mr. Chas. Roat, to one of our most
amiable young ladies, Miss Jennie McGaffee. The ceremony was
performed at Gorham and the happy pair spent a few days with
Mrs. Roat's sister in Stanley, but returned to their home on Saturday
From Geneva Daily Times 3 September 1907
BRENNAN - BUCKLEY
A very pretty wedding took place yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock at
St. Stephen's Church when Miss Anne Buckley, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Buckley, became the bride of Patrick Brennan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brennan. The bride was becomingly attired in
white china silk, and wore a white hat trimmed with plumes. She
was attended by her sister, Miss Abblie Buckley, who was also gowned
in white. The groomsman was Richard O'Hara. After a wedding breakfast,
which was served at the bride's home, Mr. and Mrs. Brennan left for a
two weeks' visit in Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Chicago. They will be
at home to their many friends after September 15th.
From Geneva Daily Times 5 September 1907
TANNER - BEAMISH
A pretty home wedding, of which the color scheme was green and yellow,
took place yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, when Miss Nettie
Charlotte Beamish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Beamish, of
No. 10 Grant avenue, became the bride of George Edward Tanner, an
employee at the Fay & Bowen Motor Works. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. W. K. Towner, pastor of the First Baptist church, in the
presence of many relatives and friends of the contracting parties.
Allen L. Link of Syracuse served as best man while Helen S. Ham of Troy
was the bridesmaid. The flower girls were Miss Anna Beamish of Geneva
and Miss Marjorie Beamish of Bellona, niece and cousin of the bride,
respectively. The bride's dress was white chiffon and lace over white
silk, while the bridesmaid was gowned in a dress of white lace over
yellow silk. After the wedding supper, Mr. and Mrs. Tanner left for an
eastern trip which will include Albany, Troy and New York. On their
return they will reside in this city.
FENNELL - O'MALLEY
One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place this morning at
St. Francis de Sales church at 9:30 o'clock when Anna Adelaide
O'Malley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Malley of North
street, became the bride of Simon A. Fennell. Rev. E. J. Dwyer
performed the ceremony. The bridal party entered the church to the
strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding March, preceded by four ushers. The
bride was beautifully gowned in white satin en train and trimmed with
baby Irish lace. Her maid of honor, Miss Helen O'Malley, wore a white
radium silk gown, festooned with pink roses and trimmed with duchess
lace. Both wore pink picture hats with ostrich tips, and carried white
roses. The groomsman was William Fennell, a brother of the groom.
Kelleher, William Riley, Jeremiah McNierney and Thomas Higgins acted as
ushers. The choir sang Th. La Hache, "Corpus Christi Mass," and Mrs.
Deegan sang a contralto solo, Rosewig's "Ave Maria" at the offertory.
Guests were present from Watkins, Corning, Elmira, Lyons, Auburn and
Denver, Col. After an elaborate wedding breakfast at the bride's home
on North street, Mr. and Mrs. Fennell will leave for New York and
Atlantic City. Upon their return they will be at home to their many
North Main street.
PRUCHA - CATCHPOLE
Martin J. Prucha, who has been assistant bacteriologist at the
State Agricultural Experiment Station for three years, was married last
evening at 6 o'clock, to Miss Gertrude Elizabeth Catchpole, daughter
of John G. Catchpole, of No. 61 William street, in Trinity church. The
church was nearly filled with relatives and friends and
was decorated for the occasion with pink and white asters and palms.
Rev. Charles M. Sills, D. D., rector of the church, performed the
ceremony. While the guests were arriving, a musical program was
rendered by Arthur Pyne, organist at Trinity church, and Miss Bertha
Jones of Auburn, who
rendered several violin selections. The processional was Mendelssohn's
march and Lohengrin's wedding march was used for the recessional. The
wore a gown of Indian silk over taffeta, trimmed with princess lace en
train. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley.
The bridesmaid was Miss Harriet Means of New York. She was attired in
a gown of pink d'esprit over white taffeta. On her head she wore a
of pink forget-me-nots and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Miss
Mary Elizabeth Wyckoff, the bride's niece, who acted as flower girl,
a dress of white lawn trimmed with pink, and carried a basket of pink
The best man was Frank Arnold Urner of Fanwood, N. J., who formerly was
an assistant chemist at the Experiment Station. The ushers were Dr.
Zavodsky of Cleveland, O.; James Wilson and Richard Wellington of the
Station staff, and Walter J. P. Catchpole, of New York, brother of the
Following the ceremony, the wedding party was driven to the home of the
where a supper was served to nearly 100 guests, including friends and
relatives from New York, Boston, Brooklyn, Rochester, Buffalo and other
cities. Later in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Prucha left to spend their
honeymoon in the
mountains. They will be at home at No. 61 William street after October
From Geneva Daily Times 6 September 1907
CONKLIN - WINSLOW
Phelps, N. Y. - The marriage of J. Floyd Conklin of
Phelps and Miss Minnie Winslow of Newark took place
last Monday at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. W. E. Doughty officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Conklin will reside in Phelps.
From Geneva Daily Times 10 September 1907
EASTERBROOK - COLE
Gorham, N. Y. - The marriage of N. S. Easterbrook of
York, Pa., and Miss Martha Cole of this village, took place
Saturday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.
Warner P. Cole, on South street. The affair was a quiet one, only the
immediate family being present. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Dr. McColl, the bride's pastor. The happy couple left on
the 8 o'clock Northern Central train from Stanley for York, where the
groom is connected with a newspaper business. Miss Cole will be much
missed both in social and church circles, where she has been a willing,
active and efficient worker. The congratulations and best wishes of
many friends follow the couple to their future home.
From Geneva Daily Times 16 September 1907
BARTTO - SMITH
Charles Bartto of Canandaigua and Gracie P. Smith of
this city were married Sept. 7th in Canandaigua. They will reside at
the county seat.
From Geneva Daily Times 23 September 1907
CLARK - FERGUSON
On Friday, September 20th at noon, at the home of Rev. Byron W.
Stauffeur, 202 Eagle street, Buffalo, took place the marriage of Miss
Bertha A. Ferguson, daughter of Mrs. D. S. Brown, South Exchange
street, this city, and Martin Clark of Buffalo. The bride was
becomingly gowned in white silk, and wore a white picture hat trimmed
with ostrich feathers. The maid of honor was Miss Dora Stauffeur who
also gowned in white. The happy couple left immediately for a short
to Detroit and other western points and upon their return will make
home in Buffalo.
From Geneva Daily Times 25 September 1907
ROGAN - MURPHY
At St. Stephen's church this morning at 9:30 o'clock took place the
marriage of Miss Mary Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
J. Murphy of Hamilton street, to Thomas Rogan. Nuptial mass
was said by Rev. S. V. McPadden. The bride was attired in white
organdie and wore a white hat. She carried bride roses. Miss Elizabeth
Murphy, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and she wore pink
organdie with a pink hat. Her bouquet was of pink roses. The groom's
brother, John Rogan, acted as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Rogan left this
afternoon on a short wedding trip.
From Geneva Daily Times 26 September 1907
McCONNELL - HART
A very pretty home wedding took place last evening at six o'clock at
the home of Mrs. Catherine McConnell, No. 232 Exchange street, when her
oldest son, Clarence Amos McConnell, and Miss Jessie
Emma Hart were united by Rev. J. B. Hubbs, D. D., rector of St.
Peter's Episcopal church. About sixty relatives and intimate friends
were present. The house decorations were very attractive; the color
scheme being green and white. In the parlor an arch of evergreens and
roses and numerous incandescent lights intertwining had been
and under it the bride and groom stood during the ceremony. Ferns and
palms were also employed extensively in decorating the other rooms. The
bride was attended by Miss Anna Elizabeth Walker of Waterloo, and the
groom's best man was his brother, Herbert Earl McConnell. The bride's
gown was of white silk with silk applique and German valenciennes
She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses. The bridesmaid wore white
silk batiste over green silk. It was trimmed with German valenciennes
She carried white carnations. After the ceremony a wedding supper was
Later Mr. and Mrs. McConnell left for a trip to New York and other
cities. Many very beautiful gifts were received and conspicuous
among which were two very old cut glass tumblers having been brought
to this country from England many years ago.
From Geneva Daily Times 28 September 1907
BURLESON - PALMER
At Trinity church this morning at ten o'clock took place the
marriage of Miss Pauline Rouse Palmer, oldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Palmer, to Rev. Guy P. Burleson of Langdon, N.
a graduate of Hobart college in the class of 1900. The marriage was
by Rev. C. M. Sills, D. D., rector of Trinity church, and by Rev. John
Burleson of Grand Forks, N. D., a brother of the groom and also a
of Hobart in the class of 1892. The only attendants were the bride's
brother and sister, Henry O. Palmer and Miss Ruth E. Palmer. The choir
of Trinity church and Arthur Pyne, organist, rendered the wedding
In entering and leaving the church the bridal party was preceded by the
choir in procession. After the ceremony an informal reception was held
at the home of the bride's parents at 544 South Main street. Among the
out-of-town guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rouse and family
Rochester, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones and family of Rochester, Mrs. J. M.
Gauntlett and the Misses Minna and Anna Gauntlet of Ithaca, Mrs. and
Burleson of Grand Forks, N. D., Mrs. C. E. Wintermute of Kilbourn,
and four of the groom's brothers, Rev. John K. Burleson of Grand Forks,
N. D., Rev. A. L. Burleson of Santa Rosa, Cal., Rev. H. L. Burleson of
Fargo, N. D. and Rev. E. W. Burleson of Jamestown, N. D., who was a
of Hobart in the class of 1895. After a short wedding trip, Rev. and
Burleson will return to this city for a brief stay before leaving for
future home in Lexington, N. D.
From Ontario County Chronicle 3 July 1901
GUILFOIL - CONOR
Manchester, N. Y. - Daniel Guilfoil, of this village, was
united in marriage with Miss Ella Conor, of Hornellsville, on
Wednesday afternoon of last week, arriving in this village on Saturday,
where the happy couple will make their home at the corner of Main and
STORY - JAMES
Naples, N. Y. - It was high noon at Naples Wednesday last when
the symphony orchestra began to play softly the familiar Mendelssohn
wedding march in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. James. It
was the occasion of the marriage of their daughter, Miss Katherine
Louise, to Stephen A. Story. The home was beautifully
decorated with palms, roses, ferns and other plants. The bridal party
was preceded by six maids of honor. Misses Estella James, Florence N.
Tyler, B. Caroline Maxfield, Edith Knickerbocker, Gertrude A. Dunton
and M. Alime Caulkins. The bride was attended by Miss Laura A. Clarke,
with J. C. Morgan, Jr., as groomsman. The bride was attired in white
silk, trimmed with accordion plated mousseline de soie. She wore orange
blossoms and carried bride roses. Rev. Peter McKensie conducted the
ceremony, after which a bountiful wedding feast was served. After a
trip to Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs. Story will reside at Naples, on
Main street. Among the guests present from out-of-town were: L. W.
Fuller, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. James VanWie, Rochester; Mr. and
Mrs. Julian VanWie, Elmira; Mr. and Mrs. W. Dewey Crittenden,
Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. John Willys, Elmira; Miss Carrie E. Nott, and
and Mrs. W. R. Marks, Canandaigua; Robert Paterson, Canandaigua; Mr.
Mrs. L. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray VanWie, Mrs. Marilla VanWie, Stewart
and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wilbur, Cheshire; Eugene Horton, Binghamton;
Julia Crosby, Delhi, N. Y.
ROSS - SNYDER
Victor, N. Y. - A pretty wedding occurred at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Snyder, of this village, last Wednesday evening, it
being the marriage of their daughter, Lilian Julia Snyder, to George
Lincoln Ross, of Rochester. The ceremony took place at 5:30
o'clock in the front parlor of the spacious residence, the bridal pair
taking their position before an improvised altar of ferns, where the
tied by the Rev. S. G. Ayers, pastor of St. Paul's Universalist Church
Victor. The bride was gowned in Persian lawn and carried jacqueminot
She was attended by her cousin, Miss Leona May Adams, who was attired
heliotrope organdie, and carried white carnations. The best man was a
of the bride, Homer E. Snyder. Upon the entrance of the wedding party,
Mendelssohn's wedding march was played upon the piano by Mrs. Charles
Brown, and during the ceremony the soft strains of "Oh, Promise Me"
through the rooms. After a dainty luncheon had been served, Mr. and
Ross left on the 8 o'clock train for a Western trip. Upon their return
will be at home in Rochester, where Mr. Ross is engaged in business.
out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler H. Earl, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Welford, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore, all of Rochester.
REITZ - TAMBLYN
Victor, N. Y. - A quiet wedding occurred at the parsonage of
the First Methodist Episcopal church last Wednesday afternoon, at
which time the pastor of that church, Rev. Frank M. Cole, united in
marriage Miss Edith L. Tamblyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tamblyn, of East Bloomfield, and Adolph Reitz, of Union Hill.
CLEMONS - SOUTHGATE
WRIGHT - OLMSTEAD
West Bloomfield, N. Y. - A double wedding occurred in West
Bloomfield Thursday last at the residence of Ira Clemons. The
contracting parties were Ira Clemons and Miss Mary
Southgate, both of West Bloomfield, and William A. Wright of
Richmond and Miss
Cora Olmstead, of West Bloomfield. Rev. N. W. Bates officiated.
brides were richly gowned, and after the ceremony, a reception was
and refreshments served.
GRACE - LINCOLN
At the home of Ira W. Lincoln, of Hopewell, June 26, occurred
the marriage of his daughter, Miss Nellie Artemisia, to Frederick
L. Grace, of Canandaigua. The Rev. J. Wallace Webb, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal Church of Canandaigua, officiated. The bride was
daintily attired in white, trimmed with lace and white ribbon, and
white roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Ida C. Lincoln, who
wore white trimmed with pink and carried pink roses. The best man was
Robert Grace, brother of the groom. The flower girls were Hazel
and Pearl Clement, nieces of the bride. They were gowned in white, with
blue ribbons and carried roses. The bridal party stood beneath an arch
of green, decorated with daisies and in front of a bank of ferns,
and roses. Immediately after refreshments were served, Mr. and Mrs.
left, midst a shower of rice and good wishes, on a westbound train for
a short honeymoon. The bride was the recipient of many useful gifts.
members of both families were present.
From Ontario County Chronicle 17 July 1901
WILLIAMS - HOBART
East Bloomfield, N. Y. - A very pretty wedding took place
Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Hobart on Michigan street, East Bloomfield, only the immediate friends
being present. The contracting parties were Dwight B. Williams of
Fayetteville, and Miss Louise B. Hobart, of East Bloomfield.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. William Robinson, pastor of the
Congregational church. After the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served
and Mr. and Mrs. Williams left for a short trip.
GOO - SPRAGUE
Phelps, N. Y. - At the home of the bride on Park street at high
noon last Friday, Miss Helen E. Sprague and Mr. August N.
Goo were married by Rev. S. F. Beardsley. The newly wedded couple
on the noon train for the Pan-American where they will pass their
honeymoon; on their return they will reside at the home of the groom on
From Ontario County Chronicle 24 July 1901
EISELINE - BROWN
Shortsville, N. Y. - Last Thursday at the home of the bride's
residence, took place a social event of more than local interest. It
was the marriage of Miss Mabel Ernestine Brown, daughter of
Mrs. Mary Stafford Brown, to Dr. Daniel A. Eiseline, formerly
of Canandaigua, but a well-known Shortsville physician for several
years past. The ceremony took place in the spacious parlors of the
Heath residence, and in the presence of fully 200 guests. Decorations
of rare beauty and taste filled the rooms. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Herbert H. Brown, of New Vinyard, Me., a cousin of the bride,
who was assisted by Rev. William Sprague, of Kalgan, China, a
missionary who had a narrow escape with his life from China a year ago.
The Episcopal church ring service was adopted, and the bride was given
away by her uncle, Calvin P. Brown, of this place.
An unusually interesting feature of the ceremony was the attendance
as bride's maids of nine cousins of the bride -- Mrs. Edna Brown
Elliott, of Corning; Miss Vera Brown, Shortsville; Miss Edwina Brown,
Havre de Grace, Md.; the Misses Mildred, Hester, Louis and Virginia
Heath, Shortsville, and Misses Cornelia Bidwell and Florence Stafford,
Shortsville. Isaac Weisenbeck, of Canandaigua, accompanied the groom.
The bride wore white satin, trimmed with light mousselin de soie and
duchesse lace, and carried white roses. The maids were attired in light
fabrics, two in green, two in pale yellow, two in pink, two in blue and
one in lavender. At the conclusion of the ceremony, a wedding breakfast
was served upon the verandas by Caterer Ridley of Newark. Dr. and Mrs.
Eiseline left later in the evening for a western trip. Gifts received
included many choice things in silver, cut glass and furniture. The
out-of-town guest list was an extensive one, relatives being present
from New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Buffalo, Syracuse,
Baltimore, Washington and many other places.
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