Marriage Notices - Page 7

From Geneva Daily Times 27 November 1903


A small company of relatives and friends of Herman K. Esty and Isabelle K. Bennet assembled in the home of the bride in this city yesterday at 2:30 p.m. to witness their marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. E. Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Esty have gone on a somewhat protracted visit in western New York. They have the congratulations of many friends.

From Geneva Daily Times 3 December 1903


Phelps, N. Y., Dec. 2 -
A wedding occurred yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hicks, when their daughter, Miss Carolyn B., was given in marriage to Frank A. Horning. The bride and groom are among the most popular and well-known young people of Phelps, the groom being the only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Horning. The home of the bride was decorated for the occasion with ferns and holly, the color scheme being carried out in green and pink. In the parlor where the ceremony took place, was erected a canopy of ropes of green and beneath this the bridal couple stood during the ceremony. The bride's table, laid with covers for eight, was artistically arranged with the prevailing colors, pink ribbons being draped to the four corners of the table and also from a holly centerpiece to each plate. At the appointed hour, five, the bride's sister, Miss Bertha Hicks, began playing the "LaMadonna." The bride and groom took their places beneath the canopy and Rev. E. L. Waldorf, the officiating clergyman, pronounced the words which made them man and wife. After receiving the congratulations of their friends, a wedding supper was served to about forty relatives. The bride looked charming in a traveling gown of brown broadcloth with lace trimmings and was unattended. After an eastern trip, Mr. and Mrs. Horning will be at home in Phelps.

From Geneva Daily Times 10 December 1903


At the parsonage of the First Methodist church in Geneva, N. Y., December 9, 1903, by Rev. C. E. Jewell, William G. Edington and Miss Hattie M. Wilson, both of Oak's Corners, N. Y.

From Geneva Daily Times 19 December 1903


Seneca Castle, N. Y. - This village was the scene of a pretty home wedding Wednesday evening when Mabel, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Thatcher, became Mrs. John Whitney. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Samuel F. Sanford of Geneva. The bride, who was becomingly attired in white, was attended by Miss Brizzee of Hopewell. She was gowned in a dainty pink costume. Mr. Laver of Andover, was best man. The happy couple were wedded under a canopy of green, white and pink artistically arranged. Miss Lottie C. Bray rendered selections from Lohengrin preceding and following the ceremony. After a delicious repast served by Caterer Ridley of Newark, the happy young couple left on an extended eastern trip. They will spend Christmas with Mr. Whitney's sisters at New York. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful and costly gifts, including an elegant upright piano from her parents.

From Geneva Daily Times 22 December 1903


Married - At the parsonage of the First Methodist church December 23, by Rev. C. E. Jewell, Frank D. Albro and Miss Elin Runvick, both of Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Albro will reside on Hamilton street.

From Geneva Daily Times 22 December 1903


Clifton Springs, N. Y. - James McMann and Mrs. R. E. Bull were married at the latter's residence on Broad street Thursday evening, Rev. T. M. Baum, rector of St. John's church, officiating.

From Geneva Daily Times 24 December 1903


At the residence of the officiating clergyman, 67 High street, by Rev. J. B. Champion, Eugene S. Brewer of Waterloo, N. Y., to Miss Mabel W. Sutton of Geneva, N. Y.


Albert A. Shaw, a mounter at the Philips & Clark stove works, was married Thursday evening at eight o'clock to Miss Bertha L. Buchholz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Buchholz, at the home of the bride's parents, 7 Worthington avenue. The ceremony was performed by Rev. William M. Schmalle, pastor of First Evangelical church. After a short trip they will be "at home" with the bride's parents.


Albert Sawier, of this city, was married to Blanche E. Getheart of Spring City, N. Y., at 8:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the manse of North Presbyterian church. Rev. N. B. Remick, D. D., performed the ceremony before a small company of immediate friends. After a short trip they will reside in this city.

From Geneva Daily Times 26 December 1903


Rushville, N. Y. - Miss Bessie Louise Foster and Bradley H. Beach were married at five o'clock last evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Foster. Rev. A. W. Rice used ring service in performing the ceremony. Mrs. Charles McMaster presided at the organ. The bride was dressed in castor crepe de chene, trimmed with white velvet and white applique. The house was handsomely decorated with holly and evergreens. There were about forty guests present. Those from out-of-town were:  Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Misses Florence and Bertha Beach, Miss Arnold, Mr. and John Blunt, Mrs. Ainsley of Penn Yan, Mr. and Mrs. Cook of Branchport, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beach of Naples, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Olmstead of East Bloomfield. Many beautiful presents were received by the bride.

From Geneva Advertiser 3 November 1903


Announcement of this marriage reached us last Tuesday after the edition of that day was printed. At six o'clock on Thursday evening, October 22, 1903, at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. H. Hazard Gage of Bellona, occurred the marriage of her daughter, Genevieve, to Mr. Charles W. Robson of Geneva. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. B. McGhee of Prattsburg. The house was beautifully decorated with autumn foliage and flowers. The bride was gowned in champagne colored silk, carrying bride's roses. She was attended by her sisters, Misses Ethelyn and Mary H. Gage, and her cousin, Miss Ellen Gage. Dr. G. Henry Gage of Elizabeth, N. J., acted as best man, and John Gage of Rochester, and Amsden Gage of Ithaca, were ushers. Supper was served by Isenman of Geneva, and music was furnished by Geo. H. Rankine and J. Weisenbeck of Canandaigua. Amid a shower of rice and confetti, the couple left for an eastern trip. After Nov. 15th they will be at home at No. 124 Hamilton street in Geneva. About eighty guests were present, among whom H. S. Schoonmaker and wife, Miss Wheeler, H. W. Schoonmaker and wife, Allen Page and sister of Seneca Castle; Geo. Huie and wife, Mrs. H. A. Doxsee, Ed Robson of Geneva and several from other cities.

From Geneva Advertiser 1 December 1903


Miss Nellie Elizabeth Frautz, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Frautz, of No. 184 East North street, was quietly married at noon Thanksgiving to Ralph E. Winton, of Burdett. The ceremony was performed in St. Andrew's Chapel by Rev. Dr. John B. Hubbs, rector of St. Peter's Church. After the marriage a reception was tendered to the immediate relatives and friends of the contracting parties at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will reside in Burdett.

From Ontario County Journal 19 March 1880


Naples, N. Y. - Miss Delia A. Hinckley, daughter of Orville Hinckley, of this place, was married at her home, by Rev. A. M. Lette, in the presence of her parents and a goodly number of her relatives and friends, on Thursday, March 4, at noon, to Mr. Homer L. Gage, of Bergen, N. Y. The happy couple immediately started on a wedding trip and will round up Bergen. We congratulate the citizens of Bergen on the addition to their number of one of Naples most worthy daughters.

From Ontario County Journal 2 April 1880


Victor, N. Y. - Married, Mr. William Dorgan to Miss Maggie Doyle, both of this place, at East Bloomfield, on Monday, March 29th, by Rev. Wm. Hughes.

From Ontario County Journal 18 June 1880


Victor, N. Y. - Prof. A. Aldrich and Miss Amelia Boughton were united in matrimony at the bride's residence in this place, on Wednesday evening, June 16, 1880, at 7:30 p.m. There were a large number in attendance and a great many presents contributed to them. They departed on the 9:30 train for the east. We wish them a pleasant journey.

From Ontario County Journal 25 June 1880


Victor, N. Y. - Married at the residence of the bride, on Thursday evening, June 17th, Mr. Charles Van Vechten and Miss Mary Clark, both of this village. The Victor Cornet Band was present and played some very choice selections. There were also quite a number of guests in attendance, and a good many valuable presents were give.  We wish them much joy.

From Geneva Daily Times 6 January 1904


The first wedding of the new years at St. Francis de Sales church occurred at ten o'clock yesterday morning when Miss Mary F. McCarthy of 28 Exchange street became the bride of William Moran, also of this city. Miss Josie McCarthy, a sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, while the groom was attended by Jeremiah McCarthy, a brother of the bride. The couple entered the church to the strains of Lohengrin wedding march played by Professor Dousek and proceeded to the altar rail where they were met by Very Rev. Dean McDonald who performed the ceremony, following which a nuptial high mass was celebrated by Father McDonald. The newly married couple left the church to the Mendelsohn wedding march and were driven to the home of the bride's parents where a wedding breakfast was served. The bride was handsomely gowned in tan colored silk, while the bridesmaid wore blue silk. Following an extended wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Moran will reside in this city.

From Geneva Daily Times 23 January 1904


The first marriage to be performed by a Salvation Army officer in this city occurred last Thursday, the certificate being filed with the city clerk yesterday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by Captain John P. Gourlay, and the parties were Daniel Roberts and Ella Canfield, both of 233 Lake street. George Dewitt is named as witness to the affair, and it is stated that this is the groom's second experience in married life, while Roberts makes the third husband that has helped make life happy for Mrs. Roberts.

From Geneva Daily Times 27 January 1904


At ten o'clock this morning at St. Francis church, Patrick Micali took as his bride, Mary Pasapiomi, a fair daughter of sunny Italy. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Breen of Rochester. The bride was handsomely gowned and carried a bunch of bridal roses. The newly married couple were driven to a photograph gallery immediately after the ceremony was completed and had their picture taken. They then returned to the home of Joseph Sanzone, 170 Exchange street, where a gala time was enjoyed. They will reside at 25 Jackson street.

From Geneva Daily Times 30 January 1904


Canandaigua, N. Y. - Miss Josephine Gentile of this place was united in marriage Thursday, January 28, to Alessandro Papale of Ennerdale.


Canandaigua, N. Y. - The marriage of Miss Margaret Agnes Hughes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hughes, Ontario street, and Edward Joseph Cone, of Canandaigua, will take place in St. Mary's church Wednesday afternoon. February 10, at 3:30 o'clock, Rev. Father James T. Dougherty officiating.

From Ontario County Journal 10 September 1880


Victor, N. Y. - Married, on Wednesday, September 1st, at 1 p.m., Mr. Herman Van Vechten, of this place, to Miss Martha Reed, at her father's residence, in Bristol. On their return, Saturday evening, they were very much surprised by a very pleasant and greatly esteemed reception given at his boarding place (Mr. Chas. Corser's). There were about fifty relatives and friends in attendance; also the Victor cornet band, which furnished music for the occasion, were afterwards invited to partake of the luxuries which were supplied in abundance.

From Ontario County Journal 3 December 1880


Stanley, N. Y. - There was a wedding in the Catholic church in this place last Wednesday evening, the 24th, Mr. Patrick Hennon to Miss Bell Shannahan, Rev. Father Hendricks officiating.


Gorham, N. Y. - The festivities attending the marriage of Miss Ida Eckert and Alonzo Gillet, were participated in by over eighty persons. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Isaac Harris, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. L. N. Lowrie. The happy couple received many nice presents, among which was a handsome family Bible presented by the family of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Gillet departed on Friday morning for Amsterdam, where they will spend the honeymoon.

From Ontario County Journal 24 December 1880


Married, at the residence of the bride's parents in Gorham, Dec. 15, 1880, by Rev. M. P. Blakesley, Mr. Chas. Foster of Potter and Fanny DeGarmo. The happy pair started for Boston the next day.


East Bloomfield, N. Y. - A grand wedding was celebrated on last Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's grandparents, Mr. Levi S. Beach's. Miss Addie L. Cummings, daughter of Oscar G. Cummings, and Mr. Moses Billings were united in marriage by Rev. George Terry, pastor of the Methodist church. The bride was the recipient of many elegant and costly gifts. The happy young couple started on their honeymoon on the 6 o'clock p.m. train for the east, and will spend several weeks visiting friends and various places of interest in the eastern part of the State. Their many friends join us in extending to them their hearty congratulations and wish them a pleasant tour and a safe return.


Married in Gorham at the residence of Mrs. Richard Washburn, Wednesday evening, Dec. 15, 1880, by Rev. Frank E. Arnold, Emma Washburn to DeForest Reed of Potter. Nearly 200 friends of the parties were present to witness the ceremony, among whom we noticed many of the best citizens of Yates and Ontario counties. The presents were many and useful, valued at about $125.

From Geneva Gazette 24 November 1882


In Phelps on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Wm. G. Page and Miss Carrie D. Smith were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed in the M. E. Church, Rev. Mr. Ely officiating.


On the 15th inst., E. G. Salisbury, Esq., late editor of the Phelps Citizen, was married to Miss Martha Stotenburg, also of Phelps. The ceremony was performed in the M. E. Church, Ilion. Congratulations to our "ex-brother."

From Geneva Gazette 15 December 1882


On Wednesday last the marriage of Mr. Geo. Guile to Miss Ida Perkins was solemnized at the residence of the bride's mother on Exchange st. The wedded couple left on the afternoon train for Oswego, where the bride has many relatives. Mr. Guile belongs to the great army of "commercial travelers." His many friends will congratulate him on the attainment of domestic happiness.

From Geneva Daily Times 12 February 1904


Phelps, N. Y. - The marriage of David B. Treadwell of Batavia to Miss Emma Mattoon of Phelps took place at the Methodist parsonage Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell will reside at Batavia.

From Geneva Daily Times 20 February 1904


Shortsville, N. Y. - Shortsville friends and acquaintances are interested in the marriage of Miss Florence King and James Williamson of Canandaigua, which occurred at the home of the bride's parents in that village at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening. Mrs. John H. Perry of this village is a sister of the bride.

From Ontario County Journal 14 January 1881


Naples, N. Y. - Married, at the residence of the bride, Saturday afternoon, Jan. 8, by Rev. G. C. Lowell, Mr. Frank W. Holbrook of Rushville, N. Y. to Ida L. Seamans of Naples. After the wedding, which was a quiet one, the happy couple started for the home of the groom, and so we have lost another of our wide-awake girls, and Rushville is to be congratulated.


Canadice, N. Y. - Mr. Frank Slout, of Canadice, and Miss Ida Chilson, of Honeoye, were married on New Years day, by the Rev. R. T. Hancock of Hemlock Lake.


Canadice, N. Y. - At the home of the bride, married on the 6th, by Rev. S. M. Dayton at Avoca, Mr. Wm. Cronin and Miss Libbie Struble, both of Canadice. About sixty guests were present at the ceremony and made many valuable presents. Mr. Cronin is engaged in teaching, and therefore will hold the honeymoon in the school-room. The worthy couple have our earnest wishes for their future happiness.

From Ontario County Journal 18 March 1881



Millers Corners, N. Y. - We chronicle two weddings. The lucky ones are Edward Bennett and Clara Sage, and Herbert Dibble and Clara Harris, all of Miller's Corners. The ceremonies were performed by Rev. L. S. Atkins, March 10th. We hear of several more contemplating marriage. We might mention names, but do not wish to be personal in the matter.

From Ontario County Journal 1 Apr 1881


Canadice, N. Y. - Although the roads are almost impassable, yet the matrimonial car passed through town on Thursday the 17th, and Mr. Charles Owen and Miss Ellen Caskey of this town stepped aboard and after a ride of six miles were united in marriage at the residence of Rev. W. J. Hobbs, of Springwater. The happy couple started immediately for Buffalo and the Falls, where they will spend a few days. Our best wishes to them in their new sphere.

From Geneva Daily Times 4 March 1904


Canandaigua, N. Y. - James A. Phillips and Miss Neva Phillips, both of Phelps, were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. Dr. J. W. Webb Wednesday evening.

From Geneva Daily Times 9 March 1904


The many friends of Mrs. Nettie Pybus of Gorham will be interested in knowing that she was married Monday at Gorham to William Thompson. Some of the guests who left Monday morning by way of Geneva  to attend the wedding, were unable to reach Gorham because of washouts on the Middlesex Valley.

From Geneva Daily Times 11 March 1904


Phelps, N. Y. - The marriage of Isaac Budd and Miss Clara Vandervoort, both of Shortsville, took place Wednesday evening at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. E. L. Waldorf officiating. The bride is the only daughter of Gilbert M. Vandervoort, a former resident of this village.


Announcement has been made of the marriage of Arthur J. Phillips and Miss Neva Jones, both of this place, which took place at Canandaigua March 2.

From Geneva Daily Times 14 March 1904


Canandaigua, N. Y. - Thursday, at Chapinville, about four miles from Canandaigua, occurred the marriage of Harry Darling of that place and Miss Christabelle B. Bounds of Shortsville. The marriage took place at the home of the groom's grandfather, Francis Tiffany, and was performed by Rev. Arthur T. Dougall of the Canandaigua Presbyterian church.

From Geneva Daily Times 22 March 1904


The engagement has been announced of Frank G. Hennessey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hennessey of Clinton street, and Miss Catherine Dalton of Rochester, a sister of John Dalton, until recently in the employ of the Thalman wholesale fruit company on Exchange street. The wedding will take place April 5, at Rochester. Mr. Hennessey is employed at the passenger station of the New York Central at Buffalo and after the wedding the couple will reside in that city.

From Geneva Daily Times 24 March 1904


At the German Lutheran church in Milton street last evening at 7:30 o'clock occurred the marriage of Miss Emma Heins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Heins of 34 Milk street, to John Leon Wheeler. The church was prettily decorated, an arch of evergreens intertwined with spring flowers being erected over the middle aisle, while the sanctuary was filled with palms and other potted plants, and the altar decorated with flowers. The church was filled with many friends of the contracting parties long before the hour set for the event. The bridal party entered the church to the strains of the Mendelsohn wedding march, played by Herman Gorney, and proceeded to the sanctuary, where they took seats. The full Lutheran wedding services were then read in English by Rev. Martin Toewe, pastor of the church, and the couple pronounced man and wife, after which benediction was pronounced and the "zetz Angenelien" sung by the choir. The party left the church to strains of Lohengrin and were driven to the home of the bride's parents in Milk street, where a wedding reception was held. The ushers at the church were Mr. Preis, Carl Gorney and Frederick Wichman. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler will reside in this city.

From Geneva Daily Times 28 March 1904


The bans of marriage between George Peters and Miss Beatrice Cooper, both of Phelps, were published in St. Francis church yesterday.

From Geneva Daily Times 29 March 1904


The marriage of Arthur L. Wilson and Miss Matie Worthington Tongate, both of Canandaigua, took place at the Presbyterian parsonage Friday evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. J. Waugh.

From Ontario County Journal 17 June 1881


East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Mr. Charles Webber
and Miss Anna Rice were united in marriage on Saturday of last week, and Charley, like a great many other unfortunate young men in similar circumstances, has not been seen since.


Victor, N. Y. - The wedding of Miss Carrie Torrence occurred on Wednesday evening. The bridegroom, Mr. Lefever Terwilliger, of Brooklyn, is an estimable young man. Miss Torrence is the only daughter of Col. Torrence, who is well-known in this vicinity as a veteran of the Mexican war.

From Geneva Gazette 27 April 1883


At the residence of Mr. Elisha Scoville of Phelps, on Wednesday evening of this week, Mr. Wm. H. Green of Geneva and Miss Francena R. Scoville of Phelps were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed in a graceful and impressive manner by Rev. Dr. J. J. Porter, pastor of the Presbyterian church of Phelps. The immediate relatives of the bride and groom only were invited. The presents were numerous, choice and rare. After the elegant refreshments were served the happy couple took their departure on the 10:45 p.m. train for Geneva, where they at once begin housekeeping. The groom will be recognized as the popular and genial clerk in Slocum Bro's dry goods store. His bride is a lady of fine education and accomplishments, and will grace the social circles of Geneva. They have the hearty good wishes of a host of friends and admirers. May the honeymoon last until life's sun shall set.

From Geneva Daily Times 4 April 1904


John Long, a former student at the High school, will be married Wednesday morning to Miss Jessie Francis Barrey of Canandaigua, the ceremony to be performed at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's church at that place.

From Geneva Daily Times 5 April 1904


At 7 last night at the residence of Dean McDonald on Exchange street, took place the first marriage of the post-Lenten season, the principals being Nellie Teresa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Viet of No. 648 South Exchange street, and Raymond Lee Hall of Elmira. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father McPadden. The bride was attired in blue broadcloth and wore a black hat, artistically trimmed with plumes. She was attended by her cousin, Elizabeth Connolly, who wore brown broadcloth and a hat to match. Both carried large bouquets of carnations. The groom was attended by Daniel Higgins, a cousin of the bride. After the ceremony the couple were driven to the home of the bride's parents, where a reception was tendered the young couple, fifty guests being present. Mrs. John Wright of Pittsburg and John Anderson of Seneca Falls were among the out-of-town people present.

From Geneva Daily Times 6 April 1904


Phelps, N. Y. - The marriage of Elmer Comstock of Rochester, to Miss Genevieve L. Overslaw of this village, took place Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John M. White. The ceremony was performed by Justice of the Peace William Cornford.

From Geneva Daily Times 8 April 1904


William Fogarty of Phelps and Miss Nellie Cox of Newark were married Wednesday at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Eleanor Northup, at Newark, Rev. E. H. Conrad of the Baptist church officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Fogarty will reside in Phelps.

From Geneva Daily Times 9 April 1904


Phelps, N. Y. -
The marriage of Jannette V. LeMunyon and Fred Stephenson, both of this village, took place Thursday evening at the home of the bride. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. M. Gilbert, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, in the presence of only the immediate members of the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson will reside in the Blaisdell homestead on Church street.

From Geneva Daily Times 21 April 1904


One of the prettiest home weddings of the season was that solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cuer, No. 197 Castle street, last night, when their daughter, Edna Luella, became the bride of Thomas Freeman Day of Romulus. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Sills, rector of Trinity church, in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives. At eight o'clock the couple marched to the parlor to the strains from Lohengrin played by George Roberts, and took their places amid a bower of palms, evergreens, ferns and house plants. The ceremony was simple, there being no bridesmaids. Following the ceremony, a repast was served, after which the young couple left on a wedding trip to Cleveland. They will reside at Barker, Niagara county, where the groom has charge of a large vineyard. The bride, who has a host of friends in the city, was the recipient of many handsome and useful gifts, including a grand upright piano, a gift from the groom. The majority of the others were silverware.

From Geneva Daily Times 21 April 1904


A pretty wedding took place last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sparks, No. 83 North Genesee street, when their eldest daughter, Miss Mary E. Sparks, became the bride of Robert S. Bagshaw. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. B. Hubbs, D. D., rector of St. Peter's church. The bride was attended by Miss Georgia Sparks and Miss Emma Turner, while William Sparks served as best man. Two little flower girls preceded the bridal party. A gown of grey silk was worn by the bride and the two bridesmaids were dressed in white. The presents were costly and numerous, consisting for the most part of silverware and furniture. Immediately after the wedding supper, the bride and groom departed, amid the cheers and good wishes of their friends, for their new home on East North street.

From Geneva Daily Times 22 April 1904


Waterloo, N. Y. - A quiet, but pretty wedding occurred at South Waterloo Wednesday evening when, at the home of the bride, Miss Jennie Margaret Thorne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thorne, was united in marriage to Henry B. Nester of Geneva. Rev. John Q. Adams, pastor of the Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony. The bride was attired in a gown of crepe de chene over taffeta. After a collation the bridal pair left on the 9:07 train for a trip to New York, Philadelphia and other points east. Upon their return they will be at home after May 15, to their friends at their future residence, No. 72 Genesee street, Geneva.

From Geneva Daily Times 26 April 1904


A quiet wedding took place at the residence of Very Rev. Dean McDonald at 2:30 yesterday when he married Miss Susie McDonough of 35 North Exchange street and Frank Seabrooke of 26 North avenue. The bride wore a dress of white voile with a hat to match and was attended by a cousin, Miss Minnie Gallagher, who was prettily attired in gray voile. Edward McDonough was best man. After the ceremony, a dinner was served at the home of the bride after which Mr. and Mrs. Seabrooke left on an eastern trip.

From Geneva Daily Times 27 April 1904


At St. Francis de Sales church at 9 o'clock this morning, took place the marriage of Miss Margaret Ryan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ryan of 258 Castle street, and John O'Connor of North street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father McPadden in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The bride was attired in blue voile, with hat to match, and carried white carnations. She was attended by Miss Mary Dailey, who also wore blue, with a white hat. Michael Neary acted as groom's man. Immediately following the ceremony the young couple took the 9:16 Central train for Rochester and the west. They will reside here.


At 10 o'clock at St. Francis de Sales church took place the marriage of Miss Margaret Brennan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan of West William street, and William Casey. The ceremony was performed by Very Rev. Dean McDonald, who celebrated the nuptial mass that followed. The bride was attired in white silk and wore a white hat. She carried bridal roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Nellie Brennan. Francis J. Casey, a brother of the groom, was best man. A wedding reception was tendered the young couple at the home of the bride's parents following the mass. They will reside in the city.


The announcement has just been made of the marriage of Adah Louise Cutter of Howard street and Mayland Compson of Oak street. The ceremony was performed last Wednesday by Dr. N. B. Remick, pastor of the North Presbyterian church. Lillian Gondry and Floyd Cutter were the witnesses. Mr. and Mrs. Compson surprised their many friends when they returned from their wedding trip today and made the announcement.

From Ontario Chronicle 22 August 1900


A pretty wedding occurred at St. Mary's Church last Wednesday afternoon, when Joseph Shannon, of Newark, N. Y., and Miss Mary Buckley, of Canandaigua, were united in marriage by the Rev. D. English. Miss Elizabeth Buckley was the maid of honor and Jeremiah Buckley was best man. William T. Sweeney, of Canandaigua, and William Toomey, of East Bloomfield, were the ushers. The bride was gowned in white silk and carried a bouquet of white asters, while the maid of honor wore a gown of heliotrope. Immediately following the church ceremonies a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Buckley, of Gorham street. The guests included friends and relatives from East Bloomfield, Stanley, Geneva and Penn Yan. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Buckley will reside in Newark. They carry with them the good wishes of a host of friends.

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