MISCELLANEOUS WAYNE COUNTY NY MARRIAGES

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NEW 1/24/16   from The Lyons Republican, Friday, November 16, 1928

Announcement has been made of the marriage of Lloyd Obine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Obine, and Miss Ruth Sterling of Sodus.


Brown-McIntosh

The marriage of Miss Marion Ruth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, of Sodus and Thomas A. McIntosh, of Rochester, took place in the Sodus Methodist church Saturday afternoon, November 3rd. The ceremony was performed by the pastor, Rev. R. S. Brown. After returning from a wedding trip to Canada, Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh will reside in Rochester.




NEW 1/24/16   from The Lyons Republican, Friday, August 5, 1927

VOGT-KOTVIS - At Sodus, Tuesday, July 26, Miss Sarah Kotvis of Sodus and John Vogt of Centenary.

SCHOONOVER-WALSH - At Newark, Monday, August 1, Miss Margaret H. Walsh of Newark and George H. Schoonover of Lyons.




NEW 1/24/16   from The Lyons Republican, Friday, August 5, 1927, page 10

Vogt-Kotvis

Sodus.- The marriage of Miss Sarah Kotvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Kotvis of this village and John Vogt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Vogt of Centenary, took place on Tuesday afternoon, July 26th, at the parsonage of the Reformed church, Rev. J. H. Joldersma performing the ceremony. The young couple were attended by Miss Winifred Welch of Alton, who has for a long time been associated with the bride in her work in the A. B. Williams Company's store, and Stanley Vogt, brother of the groom. Following the ceremony, a luncheon was served at the home of thee bride's grandmother, Mrs. Anna Weist. After a short western trip, the young couple will reside in Sodus.




NEW 1/24/16   from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, January 30, 1904, page 5

Thompson-Lyman

Rose, Jan. 29- The marriage of Miss Ida Lyman, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyman, of East Rose, and Ernest Thompson, of Alton, occurred at the Rose Free Methodist parsonage Thursday night. Rev. F. I. Labram performed the ceremony.

Surprise Party.

Lyons, Jan. 29- Friends to the number of twenty surprised Mr. and Mrs. William Goetzman on the occasion of their second marriage anniversary to-night. Pedro, followed by an elaborate supper, was the entertainment of the evening.




NEW 1/24/16   from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, March 9, 1895, page 4

Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's father in Williamson occurred the marriage of Miss Lulu M. Baldwin to Abram J. Contant, both of Williamson, Rev. J. E. Showers officiating.

At the residence of the bride's mother in Williamson Wednesday afternoon was solemnized the marriage of Miss Anna Elve to Mr. George Van Lare, both of Williamson, Rev. J. E. Showers officiating.




NEW 1/24/16   from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Tuesday, November 23, 1897, page 4

The marriage of William Kenyon, of Venice Center, and Minnie E. Seamans, of South Butler, will take place on Thursday, November 25th, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seamans, of the latter place.




NEW 1/24/16   from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Monday, December 19, 1892, page 4

Cards are out announcing the coming marriage of Miss Aurilla Transue and Albert E. Desmond, Wednesday next, at 2 P. M. in the Methodist Episcopal church at Rose. A reception will be held at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Transue, at 3 o'clock.




NEW 1/24/16   from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Friday, December 6, 1895, page 4

Last evening at the parsonage of St. John's German Lutheran Church in Lyons occurred the marriage of William Voelzer, Jr., to Miss Bertha Warncke, of Phelps, Rev. Mr. Hartwig officiating.




NEW 11/30/15   from the Palmyra Register, Tuesday, September 1, 1818

Married.

In this Village on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, Mr. Joel McCollum, to Miss Rachael Scovell. - On the same day, by Ira Selby Esq., Mr. Samuel Jennings, Merchant, to Miss Margaret Todd - all of this village.




NEW 11/30/15   from the Palmyra Register, Tuesday, September 8, 1818

Married.

In this town, on the 10th/16th(?) ultimo, Mr. Charles Raynor of Lyons, to Miss Mahetibal Clark, of the former place.
[NOTE: Charles Raynor is listed in the 1820 census of Lyons]




NEW 11/30/15   from the Palmyra Register, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1818

Married.

In this village, Mr. Joseph Camburn to Miss Roxcenia Shadduck. [NOTE: family tree info on line indicates that this couple resided in Macedon during the first few years of their marriage, and emigrated to Michigan at some point in the mid-1820s. Joseph and Roxena had a large family, spent most of their married life in Lenawee County, MI, and lived to ripe old ages.]

In Ontario, Mr. Lewis Rice to Miss Nancy Hart.




NEW 11/30/15   from the Palmyra Register, Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1818

Married.

In this village, on Sabbath evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, Doct. Alexander McIntyre, to Miss Ann Beckwith.




NEW 11/30/15   from the Palmyra Register, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 1819

Married.

In this town, Mr. Nathaniel Bates, to Miss Bellona Gannet. [Gannett]

In Farmington, Mr. Randal Robinson, to Miss Miranda White. - Mr. George Howland, to Miss ___ Robinson.
[NOTE: there is a line printed in the original notice, as the newspaper didn't have her first name.]

In Sodus, on the 10th inst. by the Rev. Seba Norton - Mr. Alfred J. Deming, Merchant, of Williamson, to Miss Harriet St. John, of Sodus.




NEW 11/30/15   from The Clyde Herald, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1924, page 4

North Rose.

The marriage of John F. Perduyn and Mrs. Myrtle Morey, both of this township, took place Saturday in the M. E. parsonage, Rev. Mr. Hamilton officiating.




NEW 11/30/15   from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, October 10, 1901, page 3

Wedding of Popular Clyde Folk.

A company gathered at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gibson, of Clyde, last evening to witness the marriage of their daughter, Miss Margaret C., to Willard S. Canning. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J[ohn]. Edson Rhodes, pastor of the Clyde M. E. church. They were the recipients of many good wishes and useful and beautiful presents. The bride and groom are both popular among the young people of Clyde. Immediately after the wedding feast they left on the 7:30 train for a short visit in Boston and Saratoga.


Surprised Their Friends.

Last week Miss Etta Cline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cline, of Lyons, went to Syracuse to visit her sister, Mrs. Dana Snyder. When she returns she will return not as Miss Cline, but as the wife of William A. English, to whom she was married Sunday at her sister's home.

NOTE: In the 1900 census of Lyons, Henrietta Cline resided with her parents, as did a 30-year-old Canadian-born boarder and recent immigrant William English. In June 1904, the Monroe County NY Surrogate's Court made Henrietta English administrator of her husband William A. English's $190 estate. In the 1905 State Census, Etta, age 34, resided in Lyons with her parents and children Florence, age 3, and George, age 1. In the 1910 census, widow Henrietta English and her two children resided with her parents in the village of Lyons. In the 1920 census of Lyons, widow Etta English resided with her children Florence K. and George A.




NEW 11/30/15   from The Syracuse Journal, Tuesday, April 6, 1897, page 6

The marriage of Miss Elsie Mae Cline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cline of Lyons, to Dana Snyder of Syracuse, is announced to take place Thursday afternoon at the bride's home, at Lyons. Rev. Dr. L. A. Ostrander will officiate. Oscar Herling of Auburn will act as best man and Miss Eula Klinck as maid of honor.




NEW 11/30/15   from the Wayne Democratic Press, February 10, 1886

Mr. Thomas McEligott, of the firm of Murphy & McEligott, hardware merchants, was united in marriage to Miss Hattie B. Roy on Wednesday last.




From The Democratic Herald, Clyde, N.Y., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 1892

The marriage of Miss Anna Keller, of Clyde, to Daniel McMullen, of Ellenville, will be celebrated at the St. John's R.C. Rectory this evening. Rev. J. J. Gleeson officiated.




From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, May 28, 1904, page 8

Wedding at Newark.

Newark, May 27- The marriage of Joseph J. Eckrich and Miss Frances E. Johnson, both of Newark, was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage last evening by Rev. E. H. Conrad.




From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, April 29, 1886

Joseph G. Sprague, of Wolcott, and Miss Nellie Drake were married at the home of the bride, near Spring Lake, on Tuesday afternoon. About sixty people were in attendance at the marriage. The interior of the bride's residence was beautifully decorated with evergreen, plants and floral emblems. Rev. Charles Walters, of Canandaigua, performed the marriage ceremony. The couple will travel for a few weeks in the west, and will make Savannah their future home.




From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Tuesday, May 22, 1894

The marriage of Miss Rose D. Howard, only daughter of Mrs. Myra Howard, and William B. Bird, will take place this morning at the residence of the prospective bride's uncle, Joseph Failing, in Newark.




From The Clyde Eagle, unknown date in late October 1844

Married

In Rose on the 22d, by Elder E. W. Bliton, Mr. William G. Bliton of Galen, aged 17, to Miss Sarah Ann Lamb, aged 19 of the former place. We wish the young lad much joy, With his pretty Lamb.




From the Clyde Herald, Wednesday, May 1, 1918

North Rose

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Talton, of Rose, will observe the sixty-sixth anniversary of their marriage next Sunday, May 5. Mr. Talton is 94 years old and is the last survivor of a family of sixteen children born to Joseph and Anna Talton. He was born in Ticencoat, Eng. Mrs. Talton was born in South Witham, Eng., 89 years ago. They were married in Lincolnshire, Eng., May 5, 1852. They came to Rose in 1891 and have since resided here.




From the Palmyra Democrat, Wednesday, December 9, 1891

Marriages.

At the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, Palmyra, N.Y. Nov. 15, 1891, by Rev. N. C. Moyer, Mr. Louie Dennie of Macedon, N.Y. to Miss Nancy A. Benton of Fairville, N.Y.




From The Democratic Herald, Clyde, N.Y., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1892

The forty-ninth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose S. Field was happily celebrated by the gathering of relatives, to the number of eighteen, at the residence of J. W. Hinman (?), on East Genesee street, Tuesday evening, October 4th.




From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday, May 16, 1894, page 4

Miss Hermion (sic) Stols (sic), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stolz, of Lyons, was married to Fred. Smith, of Cleveland, O., yesterday afternoon, at the residence of the bride's parents. Rabbi Joseph Stolz, of Chicago, cousin of the bride, officiating. The wedding was a private one and was witnessed by a small company of relatives of the contracting parties. There was no bridesmaid and the groom's best man was D. H. Kornhauser, of Cleveland. The Misses Flossie Stolz, of Lyons, and Edna Dinkelspiel, of Rochester, were flower girls, and Jacob Strauss, of Lyons, Ben Stolz, of Syracuse, David Kauffman, of Warsaw, and David Klaufelt, of Cleveland, O., acted as ushers.




From The Newark Courier, Thursday, April 5, 1917

Marsh - Pay

Miss Violet B. Pay, daughter of Mr. George Pay of West Miller street, and William Reed Marsh of Seneca Falls were married at Waterloo at the Episcopal church by the Rev. Mr. Hubbard, Tuesday, April 3rd. They will be at home at Seneca Falls after May 1st.




From The Lyons Republican, Friday, December 6, 1912

Habberfield - Pohl

At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. S. Delancey, at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon took place the marriage of Miss Alma W. Pohl to F. R. Habberfield. Mr. and Mrs. Habberfield will live in Lyons.


BRINK - BRAMER

At the parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal Church last Friday evening at five o'clock Rev. W. H. Giles united in marriage Irvin Brink of Lestershire, N. Y., and Caroline A. Bramer of this village. Mr. and Mrs. Brink will make their home in Lestershire.


GIBBS - HOPPEL

At the home of Mrs. F. K. Pulver, 128 West Newell St., Syracuse, N. Y., occurred the marriage of her sister Louisa A. Hoppel of Clifton Springs to William D. Gibbs of Lyons. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. B. Wells in the presence of only a few relatives and friends of the bride and groom. The happy couple left on the three o'clock express for the west. They will stop at Niagara Falls, Mendon, Mich. and Chicago on their way to Pasadena, California, their future home.


Miss Eula Burgess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Burgess of Newark, was married last Saturday evening at the Burgess home to Charles Skinner Watson of Rochester. The marriage was performed quietly, the guest having been invited there to supper and not made aware of what was to take place until the time came. Miss Burgess is an accomplished young lady with a host of friends in her town and in this village. Mr. and Mrs. Watson are now on their way to Porto Rico for their honeymoon, and returning will live in Newark.




From The Newark Union, Saturday, April 13, 1907

The marriage of John Perduyn and Miss Ida B. Hoose, daughter of Jasper Hoose, all of East Newark, occurred Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Methodist parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Perduyn are now enjoying their honeymoon in New York City and upon their return will reside at 117 East Union street.

Both of these young people are well known in this village, where they have lived all their lives, and are receiving the congratulations of their young friends.


The marriage of Floyd Youngs and Miss Denning, both of Lyons, occurred at the Presbyterian parsonage there Saturday.


The marriage of Ernest R. Carter and Miss Evelyn Gillard was solemnized by Dr. Copeland Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the parsonage.


The marriage of Miss Leone N. Pearsall, of Sodus, and Addison B. Church, of this village, occurred last week Thursday evening at the home of C. W. Scovel. The couple will live at Sodus, where Mr. Church has a position with the Wayne Monroe Telephone Company.




From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, September 7, 1893, page 4

The marriage of Miss Kate McGrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. McGrath, of Palmyra, and Thomas H. Donovan, of Utica, was solemnized in St. Ann's church, Palmyra, at 10 A. M. yesterday. Father Hartley, of Rochester, performed the wedding ceremony. The bride wore a traveling dress of brown, her maid being a sister, Miss Mary McGrath. The best man was John Donovan, of Watkins Glen, a brother of the groom. The wedding march was played by Miss Mamie Gaffney, of Rochester. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. The bridal tour will include Saranac lake and Lake Placid. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan will be "at home" at No. 34 Broad street, Utica, after the 1st proximo.


Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Carolyn M. Stuart to George C. Perkins, both of Newark, Wednesday evening, September 13th.




From the Wayne County Alliance, Sodus NY, Wednesday, November 8, 1882

On Thursday evening, November 1st, at the residence of the bride's parents, Charles W. White, of Watkins, N. Y. and Lillie G. Wood, of Sodus Point.

A pleasant assemblage of relatives and friends of the happy pair gathered at the hospitable house of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood to offer their congratulations and best wishes. A bountiful supper was provided and enjoyed by all. After the usual wedding-journey, Mr. and Mrs. White have "settled down' at Watkins.- May happiness and prosperity attend them on life's journey.




From the Wayne Democratic Press, Lyons NY, Wednesday morning, November 28, 1860

MARRIED.

At Wolcott, on Wednesday, Nov. 21st(?), by David Hill, Esq., Mr. FRANCIS R. WEEKS, of Rose, and LUCY A. CRICK, of Sodus.




From The Lake Shore News, Wolcott NY, Thursday, October 28, 1920

Showers for Miss Easton

Last Saturday afternoon, Oct. 23, a miscellaneous shower was given for Miss Elma Easton at the home of her sister, Mrs. Leon Blake. The week previous a towel shower was held at the home of Miss Dorothy Reed for Miss Easton, who soon is to become the bride of Leon Smith, of Meridian. The bride-elect was the recipient of many useful gifts.




From The Palmyra Democrat, unknown date in 1893, probably in July

Hall-Dimock

On Wednesday, July 12th, occurred the wedding of Mrs. Fanny Dimock and Mr. Joshua Hall, both of Palmyra, at the residence of Mr. Hall. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Elmer Smith of East Palmyra and was witnessed by friends of the contracting parties. The happy couple will make their home in this village.




From The Savannah Times, Savannah NY, unknown date between November 8 and 17, 1909

Chas. Gay and Miss Blanche Colgrove of Clyde were married by Rev. K. F. Richardson at the parsonage in Savannah, on Monday, November 8. The young people will reside at Lockpit.




From Early records of the First Presbyterian Church of Syracuse, N.Y., edited by A. J. Northrup. Syracuse: The Genealogical Society of Central New York, 1902. Issue No. I, Nov. 1901, page 7.

1834 Sept. 27, Abraham Valentine to Sally Hildreth of Newark. At Austin's Tavern.




From The Arcadian Weekly Gazette, unknown date in the first week of March 1890

East Palmyra

Married, on the evening of March 3d, by Rev. A. J. Baritros, Frank Whitbeck to Miss Emma Beltey. Hearty congratulations are now in order.




From The Lyons Republican, Friday, July 30, 1926

Mrs. Freda S. Spath and Mr. William H. Matthes gave a variety shower at the home of the former at 49 Chamberlain street in Rochester last Friday evening for Miss Thelma Howe of that city whose engagement to Mr. Carlton A. Stell, son of Adam Stell of this village, is announced. The nuptials will be solemnized Saturday, Aug. 14.




From The Newark Union, Saturday, January 12, 1907

Frank A. Dearstyne, formerly of Newark, now of Albany, and Miss Emma S. Marks, were married at Albany January 2nd.


Manley Warner and Jessie De May were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents in the town of Manchester, Thursday noon, Rev. John C. Brookins officiating.


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pound celebrated their fourteenth wedding anniversary at their home, No. 13 Van Buren street, Saturday. They were the recipients of many useful presents. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. F. Hand and Mrs. A. Ward, of Auburn; Mrs. C. J. Allen, of Phelps, sister of Mr. Pound, and Mrs. Benjamin Sawyer, of Geneva. After spending a very pleasant day they left for their homes on the 6:04 train, all wishing Mr. and Mrs. Pound many more happy anniversaries.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, June 28, 1905

The Elmira papers have announced the engagement of Miss Jennie Chapman, formerly of Newark, to Rev. Charles B. Cramer of Ohio.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, June 28, 1905

Orville Van Duzer and Miss Louise Norris will be married July 5th.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, unknown date in January 1890

Miss Cora Field was married at the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Field, at Sodus Point, Wednesday evening, January 1, to Aaron W. Shufelt of this village by Rev. J. P. Foster of Geneva. About seventy-five guests were present, quite a number of them being from Newark. The wedding was a very pleasant one in every way. The presents were many and beautiful,and the congratulations hearty. Mr. Shufelt has a large circle of friends and acquaintances in Newark who will welcome his bride.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, October 1, 1901

Jacob Thorn and Miss Ella Austin were married Wednesday by Rev. J. C. Ball.


A pretty wedding took place on Wednesday afternoon last, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Listner on Cuyler street, when their daughter, Lillian, was married to B. D. Thatcher, of Rochester, formerly of Shortsville and Newark. Rev. J. C. Ball performed the ceremony. Charles Listner, Jr., was best man, and Miss Laura Aldrich maid of honor. Those who witnessed the ceremony were relatives and friends to the number of about fifty.

The bride wore a traveling gown of Venetian cloth. The house was tastefully decorated. The bride is an attractive young woman, and both bride and groom have many friends in Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher will reside in Rochester after the wedding trip.




From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday, April 2, 1902

The marriage of Alvin H. Barnes, of Ferguson's corners, and Miss Eva M. Pausley, of Clyde, was solemnized yesterday morning at St. John's Episcopal Church, Clyde, Rev. F. M. Bouck officiating.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, unknown date in 1890

East Palmyra

Married, on the evening of March 3rd, by Rev. A. J. Barltrop, Frank Whitbeck to Miss Emma Beltey. Hearty congratulations are now in order.




From The Clyde Herald, Wednesday, July 12, 1916

EVENTS OF 25 YEARS AGO [1891]

The marriage of Frank Keller to Miss Lena Taylor was solemnized at the Catholic Church parsonage last Wednesday evening, Rev. J. J. Gleeson officiating.




From The Newark Courier, unknown date ca. January 16, 1872

MARRIED

NELLIS-HOOPER- At East Newark, Dec. 26th, P.E. Nellis to Carrie Hooper.

CHIPMAN- HEATH- At East Newark, Jan'y 10th, A. H. Chipman to Jennie N. Heath.

EVERETT-SMITH- Jan. 2d, George H. Everett, of Palmyra, and Carrie Smith, of Walworth.




From The Newark Courier, January 10, 1901

Marion.

Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Helen Lookup and Lucian Sweezey, two of Marion's most respected young people.


Williamson.

Newman Meaker and Miss Lizzie Goodwin, both of this town, were married at the Baptist parsonage by Rev. Edward Mason on Wednesday Jan 2d.




From the Wayne County Review, Thursday, June 21, 1906

Frank Dove, who is remembered as one of the best volunteer fire fighters in the state and formerly a resident of this village, will be married next week in Rochester to Miss Frances Marie Smith.




From The Democratic Herald, Clyde NY, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1891

Savannah.

The marriage of Geo. DeLaney and Miss Agnes Earley, of Savannah, took place recently.




From The Marion Enterprise, Friday, March 25, 1910

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Delshaye, East Palmyra, Wednesday, March 23, 1910, 4 p. m., by Rev. W. H. Bruins; Miss Catherine Delshaye and Mr. John P. Goossen, son of Peter Goossen of this place.


The marriage of Miss Bertha Pratt and Mr. Sidney Lookup has been announced for Tuesday, March 29, at 12 m.




From The Lyons Republican, Friday, October 25, 1918

Syracuse papers last week carried the engagement announcement of Miss Rose Mathinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mathinson of East Syracuse, to Donald McLeod of this village. The wedding is to take palce in the near future.




From The Lyons Republican, Friday, November 1, 1918

Savannah Personals and Other Items

One of the prettiest weddings of the season in this vicinity took place Tuesday evening at nine o'clock at the Catholic parsonage in this place when Miss Anna Vecchio was united in marriage to Santo Jocco of Clyde. The ceremony was performed by Father Dissett of Clyde. Miss Arlene Colvin and Miss Reta Hearn were flower girls. After a wedding trip in the southern part of the State Mr. and Mrs. Jocco will reside on the groom's farm near Clyde.


Chase-Compson

Clyde - A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized last Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Compson in this village when their youngest daughter, Mildred Evelyn, became the bride of Gilmer Robert Chase, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chase of Newark. The double ring service was lused by Rev. C. D. Reed of Newark.

The bride wore flesh-colored silk and georgette crepe and was attended by her siser, Miss Elsie Mae Compson, who whore pale blue silk. Joseph J. Wiebeld of Newark was best man.

The bride is one of Clyde's most popular young women and a graduate of Clyde High School of the Class of 1918.




From The Newark Courier, unknown date in September 1876

MARRIED.

NORTON - SEYMOUR - At Palmyra, Sept. 12, 1876, Mr. Charles A. Norton, of Williamson, and Miss Ida E. B. Seymour, of Palmyra.

LAWRENCE - PARKER - At the residence of the bride in Palmyra, Sept. 13, 1876, by Rev. J. R. Shaw, Isaac J. Lawrence to Miss Mary E. Parker, all of Palmyra.

GOLDSMITH - FORD - Sept. 9th, 1876, by Rev. C. W. Winchester, Mr. Philip Goldsmith, of Canandaigua, to Miss Lizzie S. Ford, of Palmyra.


From Williamson.

Among notable current events transpiring in this locality, permit me to notice a wedding which came off last evening at the residence of Mr. James B. Harden, in a small settlement near by commonly called Rogersville. The happy parties immediately interested in this nuptial enterprise was Mr. Jacob King and Miss Mary VanHower, both of this place, who had seemingly resolved to abandon the forlorn, dismal and monotonous highway, skirted on either side with the "ragged edge" of famishing hope and desolation, agreed to merge their fortunes in one solid homogeneous compact, and in pursuance thereof, with the graceful assistance of our highly esteemed Baptist clergyman, Rev. R. F. Ogden, brought the long courted nuptials to a successful and mellifluating (sic) consummation - thus firmly establishing a new sovreignty (sic) in our midst. With "king" Jacob and "queen" Mary to preside over the destinies of the household, it is fervently hoped that the beneficient (sic) ruling of this newly fledged dynasty may eventuate acceptably to all concerned, and their their pathway henceforth may be strewn with frequent blessings, destined to augment, elevate and adorn the human race. As a notable coincidence in this nuptial ceremony, we will say that this is the first wedding ever occurring in Rogersville, and the first attempt of our young and worthy pastor (having been but recently ordained) in the performance of the solemn duties incident thereto.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, February 20, 1901, page 5

Miss Margaret Downs and Frank Howley were married in St. Michael's church yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. Father Payne of Charlotte, a cousin of the groom, performing the ceremony, assisted by Rev. Father Kavanaugh. The bridesmaids were Miss Rose McGauley, and Miss Anna Burns of Palmyra. Michael Howley of Phelps, a brother of the groom, acted as best man. The ushers were Stephen McGauley, Jr., Eugene Flynn and Ray B. Randall. Miss Mary Walsh played the wedding march.

The bride was given away by her brother, James Downs.

The bride's dress was white Swiss, with veil. The bridesmaids' dresses were pink, trimmed with black lace. They carried pink roses.

The church was decorated with palms and potted plants. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the bride's home by Mrs. Gerdes.

Mr. and Mrs. Howley have many friends in Newark who offer hearty congratulations to the happy couple.




From The Marion Enterprise, Saturday, Jan. 19, 1901

MARRIED.

SWEEZEY - LOOKUP - At the bride's home, in Marion, Thursday, Jan. 17, 1901, high noon, by Rev. W. B. McNinch, Mr. Lucian Sweezey and Miss Helen Lookup.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, February 20, 1901, page 5

Edward Corteville of Sodus and Miss Susie Fisher of Marion, will be married to-morrow.

NEW 12/28/13   from The Marion Enterprise, Saturday, Feb. 23, 1901

Edwin C. Corteville, a Sodus merchant and Miss Susie Fisher were united in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents, Thursday evening, Feb. 21. Only immediate relatives were present.




From The Newark Union, October 16, 1880

MARRIED.

RICHMOND - BLACKMAR - In Newark, N.Y., October 14, 1880, by Rev. J. H. Moore, Llewellyn J. Richmond and Emma Blackmar.




From The Phelps Citizen, Thursday, July 14, 1887

Wedding favors received here announce the marriage of Chas. A. Chapman, formerly of Clifton Springs, now of Sioux City, Iowa, and Miss Emma C. Hermon of Port Gibson, on Thursday, July 7th.

CHAPMAN-HERMAN - At the home of the bride, in Port Gibson, July 7, Charles A. Chapman of Sioux City, Iowa, and Miss Emma C. Herman.




From The Clyde Herald, August 6, 1913

Mr. Eugene Competello and Mrs. Carrie Labardie of this village were united in marriage yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at St. John's Catholic Church, Rev. J. J. Gleeson, officiating. Miss Mary Castellano was bridesmaid and Fred Competello, brother of the groom was best man. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bridegroom and the couple left on an afternoon train for a visit to western cities.


Mrs. William Wallace Westfall has announced the approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Louise Estelle Westfall, to Mr. Arthur Thomas Hannett, to take place on Wednesday evening, August 13th, at 7 o'clock, in the Clyde Presbyterian Church.




From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Tuesday, June 30, 1903

MARRIED POSTMISTRESS.

Burton Parsons, Syracuse Lawyer, Secured Ida Curtiss Emery for His Bride.

Sodus Point, June 29- A very pretty wedding occurred this afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Emery, when Miss Ida Curtiss Emery was married to Burton B. Parsons, of Syracuse, a member of the law firm of Parsons, Ide & Lawton. The maid of honor was Miss Margaret Irene King, of Croton-on-the-Hudson, and the groom was attended by Austin John McMahon, of Syracuse. Margery Phil Fuller was the ring bearer.

The bride wore a handsome gown of white liberty satin. After the collation Mr. and Mrs. Parsons left for a wedding trip to Vermont. She has been postmistress at Sodus Point for several years. The groom is a well known lawyer, and graduate of Syracuse University. The ceremony was performed by Rev. William G. Reed, pastor of the Gorham Methodist Episcopal Church.




From The Lake Shore News, April 10, 1913

Wells-Walker.

Seward A. Wells, son of George Wells, of Butler, and Janie Walker, of Holley, N.Y. were married on Monday, March 31, at St. Luke's Episcopal church, Brockport, N.Y., by Rev. William H. G. Lewis. The bride is an English girl who came to this country two years ago from Bingley, Yorkshire. The young couple will make their home in Butler.




From The Clyde Times, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1907, page 4

BLOOD-GROESCUP

Announcement was made the latter part of last wee that Adelbert Blood, of Rochester, and Miss Gladys Groescup, of North Galen, were married on ___day night November 10, at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage in Lyons, by the pastor of that church. They have taken up their residence in Rochester where Mr. Blood went last fall to accept a position in the glass(?_ works. They are well known and popular young people who have ___ all their lives in this vicinity and have many friends here, who extend their hearty congratulations.




From the Clyde Democratic Herald, March 4, 1890

The marriage of Albert Williams to Miss Carrie Stack was solemnized on Thursday evening at the bride's residence north of Clyde.


Edward Perry was united in marriage to Miss Addie Tillo at the bride's residence, Thursday evening, Rev. Jno. Evans officiating.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Newark NY, unknown date 1889

Willis G. Carmer, formerly principal of the Lyons union school, now of Dolgeville, will be married Friday October 4th, to Miss Minnie Bostwick, who spent last winter in Newark, and has since been with her mother in Colorado. The ceremony will take place at the residence of Mrs. J. M. Pitkin on Miller street, sister of Miss Bostwick.


Several Newark relatives are attending the wedding of Miss Nellie Buell in Lyons to-day.


Henry G. Tinsley, of Pomona, Cal., and Miss Helen Griswold were married last evening at the residence of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Daniel Jenison, Lock Berlin. Rev. L. A. Ostrander performed the ceremony in the presence of about sixty guests. Heman D. Rogers and Albert Leach were the ushers and Miss Emma Tinsley, the ten year old sister of the groom, acted as maid of honor. They left at once for California.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Newark NY, unknown date in 1889

NEWARK AND VICINITY

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams, of West Walworth, have been visiting at Abram Peake's. They will celebrate their fiftieth marriage anniversary July 3.


Justice Miller is right into the matrimonial business - for other people. Three marriages so far this month has he performed, the last being Isaac B. Varien, of Geneva, and Mary Foster, of Lyons, who were married on the 13th.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Newark, N.Y., unknown date

A very pleasant wedding took place Thursday at the residence of Noah Enels (?), when his daughter, Nellie, was married to Mr. Kuger, a palace car conductor of Chicago. The couple left immediately for Chicago.




From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Newark, N.Y., unknown date 1888

NEWARK AND VICINITY

Schuyler Miller, of Flatbush, L.I., will be married to Miss Olive Palmer, niece of R. H. Palmer, in Clyde to-night. Relatives and others from this village will be in attendance; among them, R. H. Palmer and wife, P. R. Sleight and wife, E. W. Fisk and wife, Emory Budd and wife, Fannie Kirke and Lizzie Howland.




From The Lake Shore News, Wolcott N.Y., September 1, 1921

NORTH ROSE NEWS NOTES

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gage attended the wedding of their niece, Miss Blanche Davis, and Elmer Veley, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davis, at Lake Bluff, yesterday.




From The Record, Sodus, N.Y., April 15, 1898, page 5

Webler-Metz Wedding

The marriage of Frederick C. Webler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Webler, and Miss Clara M. Metz, daughter of Mrs. Saloma Metz, both of Sodus Centre, which occurred at the Presbyterian Church last Tuesday at 4:30 p. m., was the social event of the season. [refer to paper for long description of ceremony and guest list.]




From The Record, Sodus, N.Y., October 16, 1903

Lee Dowd, the Wolcott mail carrier, wedded Miss June Tague of Huron on Wednesday.




From the Marion Enterprise, unknown date in November 1880, possibly Nov. 27

Married.

DAVIS - LOOKUP- At the Methodist church, Wednesday evening Nov. 17, by Rev. O. D. Davis, Mr. Fayette Davis of Canandaigua to Miss Eliza Lookup of Marion.

Another Bridal.

On the evening of Nov. 17, the pleasant Methodist church of Marion was rendered particularly attractive by festoons of evergreens, choice flowers, and bridal decoration. A large audience assembled at 7 o'clock P. M., and about half an hour later, Miss Eliza Lookup, clad in spotless white, entered leaning confidently on the arm of Mr. Fayette Davis. As the wedding march, as executed by Miss Minnie Copping, pealed forth, the bridal pair entered the evergreen arch at the altar and stood just underneath two golden, good luck horseshoes, while Rev. O. D. Davis, brother of the groom, performed a very impressive marriage ceremony, after which, Mr. and Mrs. F. Davis happily took their leave, and the audience dispersed, wishing abundant happiness to accompany the newly wedded couple throughout life's voyage.

J. H. Davis and wife of Canandaigua were in town this week to attend their son's wedding.


The tenth aniversary (sic) of Mr. and Mrs. Salem Sweezey's married life was celebrated in a pleasing manner at their residence last Monday evening.




From The Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Wednesday, July 13, 1887, front page

Barth-Jacobi

Married, in Lyons, July 6, 1887, by Rev. J. A. Timm, Christian Frederick Barth, of Wurttumburgh (sic), Germany, to Miss Sara Jacobi of Baden, Germany. The bride has been in the service of Mrs. Lydia A. Sherman for the last three years, at which place, with Mrs. Sherman's very kind and hospitable assistance, they gave a very enjoyable supper and reception to near twenty-five of their intimate friends. They were the recipients of some beautiful and useful presents.




From The Newark Union-Gazette, Saturday morning, May 4, 1918

William D. Jones, a veteran of the Civil War, and Sarah A. Burleson, widow of a civil veteran, were married by Rev. W. J. Johnson at Clyde Apr. 29th. This is the third matrimonial venture of each of the contracting parties.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, unknown date in 1893

Geo. H. Stell, of Lyons, was united in marriage to Miss Carrie I. Seager, at the home of the bride's parents near North Rose, last Tuesday.

John E. Carroll, of Oswego, and Miss Mary E. Dean, of Port Glasgow, were married last week Wednesday at the residence of Mrs. Fred E. Ward in Lyons, Rev. L. A. Ostrander officiating.

Geo. E. Reed and Miss Annie M. Nash, both of Wolcott, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Nash, last week Wednesday, Rev. H. B. Stevens performing the ceremony. There were many guests, costly presents and elaborate house decorations.



From the Clyde Democrat Herald, unknown date ca. November 20, 1893

R. J. Stott and Miss Anna McDonald, of Palmyra, were married Saturday, at the home of the bride's parents, and James H. Latter/Letter/Lotter(?), of the same place, was married to Miss Percie Martell, at her home in Syracuse, Sunday evening.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Friday, January 17, 1890, page 3

The marriage of Miss Jennie Weed, of Fayette, and Charles Vaughn, of Junius, will take place in February.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Monday, November 24, 1890, page 3

The marriage of Miss Ella Rook and John Aspell, of Lyons, took place in St. Michael's Church last week.



From The Wayne County Alliance, Sodus NY, Wednesday, October 27, 1897

Wedding Bells

Many Sodus friends are interested in the two happy events mentioned below; the bride in one case and both bride and groom in the other being well known in sodus. Mr. L. D. Ewing, of Elmira, in his services for the Northern Central Railroad, and his family have formed many acquaintances along the line and especially at Sodus Point.

EWING-FUDGE

At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ewing, No. 615/616(?) Pennsylvania Avenue, at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday, Oct. 19, Miss Sadie S. Ewing and Harry W. Fudge were united in marriage, Rev. P. J. Ball performing the ceremony. The parlors and dining rooms were elaborately and beautifully decorated with flowers, evergreen and autumn leaves, and after congratulations the invited guests sat down to a sumptuous collation.

The happy couple departed by Northern Central train for Newark, N. Y., where Stephen Ewing, a brother of the bride, will to-morrow evening take until himself a bride in the person of one of Wayne County's lovely and accomplished daughters. Thomas H. Ewing and Miss Belle Fuhrman, who had acted as best man and bridesmaid respectively, accompanied the wedding party. Mr. and Mrs. Fudge are very popular on the South side and a host of friends join in wishing them a smooth and stormless voyage on the matrimonial sea.- Elmira Gazette


DoVILLE-EWING

At high noon, Wednesday, oct. 20, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DoVille, 96 Main St., occurred the marriage of their daughter, Rose, and Stephen C. Ewing, of Elmira, formerly of Sodus Point, Rev. O. E. Campbell, of Waterloo, performing the ceremony.

The wedding march was played by Mrs. Campbell. The best man and bridesmaid were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fudge, of Elmira, who were married the day before and were on their wedding tour. Miss Beth VanDuser and Miss Grace DoVille, a sister of the bride, acted as flower girls.

The bride was attired in cream cashmere, trimmed with lace and pearls, and the bridesmaid was dressed in white organdie over pink. The house was trimmed with evergreens and roses.

After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to about sixty guests. Later in the day the newly married pair were driven to Phelps, where they took a train going South for a few weeks' trip, which will include Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia. They will make their home in Elmira. Mr. Ewing is a clerk in the Northern Central railroad office in that city.- Newark Union.


Centenary

Congratulations are extended to Miss Louisa Wares and George Cornwall, who were married at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. John Yeomans, last Wednesday. Also to Albert Drury and Miss Warner, who were married this Wednesday at Evergreen Heights, Marion, N. Y.

MARRIED.

FISHER-CONTANT- In Rochester, on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 21, 1895 (sic), by the Rev. Dr. Taylor, Pastor of the Brick Church, James Fisher, of Sodus to Mrs. Contant of that city.



From The Monroe County Mail, Fairport NY, unknown date in October 1915

Walworth Center, Oct. 18

Joseph Phillip of this place, and Mrs. Maggie Brown, formerly of Rochester, were married Tuesday, October 12th, at the Baptist parsonage by Rev. Merlser of Walworth.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Monday, October 27, 1884

Frank Payne, of Farmington, N. Y., and Miss Lida Boncraft (sic; Bancroft), of Walworth, N. Y., were united in the bonds of matrimony, at the house of the bride, Wednesday, October 22d, by Rev. T. F. Smith, of Walworth.



From the Wayne County Review, Lyons NY, June 9, 1904, front page

PICKENS-WALDORF

Wedding of Clyde Young Lady Sunday Afternoon

Sunday afternoon at the home of Z. B. Waldorf east of Clyde took place the wedding of Miss Laura Waldorf to Tayley J. Pickens of Cherry Valley, N. Y. The ceremony was performed in the presence of relatives and immediate friends only by Rev. V. N. Yergin. The bride is one of the well known young ladies of Galen and is a graduate in trained nurse from from one of the best New York hospitals. The groom is in business in Cherry Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Pickens will make their home in that place. The best wishes of many friends in this community follow ____ (illegible).


GETMAN-FISK

Marriage of Former Lyons Young Man in Buffalo

In Buffalo Monday afternoon Dr. William Tweedy Getman, until recently a resident of this village, was united in marriage to Miss Adelyn Fisk of Buffalo. The ceremony was performed in the apartments of the bride's mother in the Red Jacket and was witnessed by none but immediate relatives of the contracting parties, privacy being induced by a recent bereavement in the family of the bride. Rev. Mr. Richards was the officiating clergyman.

Those from this village present at the wedding were Mrs. Getman, George Getman and the Misses Marian and Francis Getman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Getman of Ithaca were also among the guests. At the conclusion of the ceremony the bride and groom took a train for an eastern tour. They are expected in this village Saturday to remain over Sunday.


THE ROYS-MILHAM WEDDING

WILL BE SOLEMNIZED IN ST. PAUL THE 28TH OF THS MONTH

The Groom a Former Resident of This Village and one of the Most Esteemed Young Men Who Ever Lived Here-
Will be Engaged in Medical Missionary Work in China, Beginning Next September

Monday of this week there were received in this village invitations to the wedding of Dr. Charles Kirkland Roys of New York city to Miss Mabel Milham of St. Paul. The ceremony will be performed in Mirriam Park Presbyterian church, St. Paul, Tuesday evening, June 28, at 8 o'clock. Cards accompanying the invitation announce that Dr. and Mrs. Roys will be at home to their friends after September 15 at Wei Hsien, Shantung, China.

Dr. Roys has a great many friends in this village and vicinity and possesses the genuine esteem of all who know him. He is the oldest son of the late Maj. Charles H. Roys, was born in this village and received his preliminary education in the Lyons Union School. Graduating from that institution with the class of 1892 he spent a year with his uncle, John M. Holley of Lacrosse, and then entered Princeton university, graduating with the class of 1897. The following year he entered the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons but broke into the middle of his course to devote one year to the work of the Student Volunteer movement. Following graduation from medical college he assumed the duties of a position in the Presbyterian hospital, won in the fiercest sort of competition, and during his incumbency of that office showed himself to be one who attained high stand in the ranks of his profession, being called upon for a time last year to act as house surgeon, a remarkable distinction to fall upon one so young in the profession. His services in the Presbyterian hospital terminated a few weeks ago and the intervening time has been devoted to making ready to embark upon the life work for which the study and work of years has been the preparation.

Since entering college Dr. Roys has had the life of a medical missionary in view, and all his work has been toward perfecting himself for service in that most difficult field. He early placed himself at the disposal of the Presbyterian Board and that board has assigned him to a station in China. The service is for life unless the unexpected should occur. Dr. Roys takes with him to his home in China one in very way fitted to help him in the great work. Miss Milham has been for years much interested in missionary work and of late years has devoted her entire time to the work of the Student Volunteer movement. To their distant home the best wishes of hundreds in this vicinity, as well as of many in other parts of the country, will follow them.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Friday, December 22, 1905

Fillingham-Case

Sodus, Dec. 21- The marriage of Miss Alice M. Case, who for many years was a resident of this village, occurred in Rochester to-day, the groom being G. Maurice Fillingham, a young business man of Webster. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. C. Peoples, only the immediate relatives and friends being present. Mr. and Mrs. Fillingham will reside in their new home, now being constructed in Park avenue, Webster, after February 1, 1906.


Smith-McNeil

Lyons, Dec. 21- The marriage of Miss Grace McNeil and Scott Smith, of Toronto, Canada, was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, on Broad street, at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. Dr. L. A. Ostrander, of the Presbyterian Church performed the ceremony. The wedding was a very quiet affair, owing to the ill health of the bride's mother. The groom is an eucmist (sic) holding a position with a large firm in Toronto. The couple left for a fortnight's visit with the parents of the groom in Canada.


Hoff-Clark

Newark, Dec. 21- Wednesday occurred the marriage of Miss Elizabeth M. Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Clark, residing a few miles north of the village, and Richard A. Hoff, a well known business man of Palmyra. The couple are taking a wedding trip in the West and on their return will reside at No. __ Washington street, Palmyra.



From The Lake Shore News, February 17, 1921, front page

North Rose

The marriage of Miss L. Belle Kitchen, of this village, and J. O. Miner, of Huron, took place in Rochester, Wednesday, Feb. 9, the ceremony being performed by Rev. H. N. Becker. After a short wedding trip, they will reside on the groom's farm in Huron.



From The Democratic Herald, Clyde NY, Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1893

The marriage of James Vanderpool, of Savannah, to Miss Sarah A. O'Brien, of Clyde, was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage on Christmas eve, Rev. C. H. Howes officiating.


The maraiage (sic) of E. H. Thornhill, of Fariboult (sic; Faribault), Minn., formerly, of Rensselaer Falls, N. Y., to Miss Minnie Moore, of Lyons, will be celebraned (sic) at the bride's home, Thursday afternoon at e (sic) o'clock.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday September 20, 1893

News has been received at Savannah of the marriage of Edward F. Allen, a former resident, now of Seneca, Ill., to Miss Winifred L Hanschild, of Cedar Rapids, Ia.



From the Wayne County Journal, Palmyra NY, Thursday, February 14, 1907, page 8

Macedon

Invitations are out for the marriage of Grace L., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Eldridge to Stewart A. Robinson, of Flint, N. Y. The wedding is to take place at 4 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 20. This date is also the 25th/26th (?) anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge.



From the Wayne County Review, Lyons NY, January 18, 1906, front page

STROHM-RAUSLER

South Lyons Young People Married Last Week

Thursday evening of last week at 7 o'clock the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rausler, of South Lyons, was the scene of a wedding, the occasion being the marriage of their daughter, Miss Minnie Rausler, to William Strohm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strohm. The bride was attired in a gown of while silk, and carried a bouquet of white roses. She was attended by Miss Elsie Strohm, a sister of the groom, as maid of honor. Miss Strohm also wore white silk. John Rausler, a brother of the bride, was groomsman.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. Albert Heyd, of the First German Evangelical Lutheran church, in the presence of seventy-five relatives and friends of the bride and groom. After the ceremony a supper was served, following which, Mr. and Mrs. Strohm left on a late train for Utica. They will reside in South Lyons ... (rest of article cut off at bottom of page).



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, March 28, 1891, page 8

At the residence of Thomas Birdsall, in Walworth, on Wednesday, his daughter, Cora A. Birdsall, was united in marriage to William McCrea, of the same place, by the Rev. George B. Hopkins, of Lincoln.



From The Arcadian Weekly Gazette, January 17, 1906

Clyde

Wallington Hastings of Fulton and Miss Hester Spaulding of Clyde were married Thursday evening by Rev. E. F. Waldorf.

Miss Ethel Brockmire and Homer H. Jenkins were married recently.


Williamson

Mrs. Mary Molidot and William DeFisher of East Williamson were married last week.


Fairville

Jacob LeRoy of this place, and Miss Emma Schwab of Geneva, were married Jan. 1. Congratulations.


Sodus

Minnie Flatschart and John C. Tour (sic; Toor) were married January 9.

Miss Elizabeth DuBois and Leon Hill were married Jan. 15 by Rev. D. B. McMurdy.


Rose

Miss Frances Lovejoy, daughter of Mrs. Daniel Jeffers, and Walters Avery of Phelps were married in Wolcott Wednesday. They will reside in Phelps.


Ontario

Miss Kate Albright and Fred Allen of Ontario Center were married Saturday.



From The Record, Sodus NY, Friday, February 10, 1899

South Sodus

Last Wednesday at Sodus Point occurred the marriage of Willis Champlain and Miss Eva Davidson. They are receiving congratulations from hosts of friends at Mr. Champlin's home north of this village.

Yesterday, at the home of Mrs. Carrie Herman north of this village, a very pretty wedding took place. Her daughter Lizzie was married to Charles Bastian of North Lyons, Rev. Reed officiating. After a short wedding trip they will be at home in Hiram Alden's tenant house, south of this village.



From The Savannah Times, Friday, October 8, 1920

South Butler

A very quiet wedding occurred at the home of Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Read. Their youngest daughter Mildred and Leslie J. Candee, youngest son of Wilbur Candee were married. The ceremony was performed by the bride's father.



From The Clyde Herald, Wednesday, April 2, 1924

North Rose

The marriage of Miss Helen Aderbold and Marion Clingerman took place in Rochester, Tuesday. They will reside on the J. E. Thoams farm in Huron.


Marengo

The many friends of Mrs. Maybelle Matthews Rose extend hearty congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy voyage on the sea of matrimony. Mrs. Rose was a former resident of this village.



From the Palmyra Democrat, Saturday, November 26, 1892

Miss Katharine Moran was married on Wednesday, Sept. 23rd, to Michael Gooney at the Catholic church by Father Casey.

Miss Alice McGrath of Palmyra was united in marriage to Edward McCrea of Buffalo, Monday morning at seven o'clock, in the Roman Catholic Church, Father Casey officiating. Miss Katharine McGrath acted as bridesmaid and Mr. Chambers of Buffalo as best man. After a wedding breakfast the happy couple departed on the 9:37 train for a trip to New York and Philadelphia. Their many friends wish them success in their new life.


Williamson

At the residence of the bride on Wednesday, Nov. 16th, Miss Matie Beach was united in marriage to Myron Adams. The young couple will reside in Williamson.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, September 28, 1901, page 3

At the residence of Rev. G. Dangremond, of Newark, Thursday evening, occurred the marriage of Miss Emily Juffs and Daniel Van Lare, both of Newark.



From the Wayne County Journal, Thursday, April 2, 1908, page 5

The marriage of Servaas DeWind, of Rochester, to Miss Maria Ver Sluys, of Clifton springs, was solemnized Monday, at 12 o'clock by Rev. J. B. Sheerar at his home in Clifton Springs. The couple were attended by Lewis Canue, nephew of the groom, and Miss Nettie Ver Sluys, sister of the bride. After a brief wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. DeWind will reside near Palmyra.



From The Record, Sodus NY, Friday, March 9, 1900

Williamson

On Wednesday, March 7th, at 12 o'clock occurred the marriage of John M. VanLara and Miss Edith Kenyon.

John L. Brown of Marion and Miss Susie C. De Burk, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony De Burk of Williamson, were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon, March 7, at 1 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's parents, north of this village.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday, March 9, 1904, page 4

Wedding at Newark

Newark, March 8- The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Travell, of Lyons, and John Dedee, of this village, was solemnized in Newark this evening, Rev. G. Dangremond, pastor of the Reformed Church, officiating. Joseph Travell, the bride's brother, was the best man, and Miss Lillian Albright was bridesmaid. After a brief wedding trip they will reside in Newark.



From The Record, Sodus NY, April 1, 1904

Wayne Centre

Garfield Facer and Miss May Dangler were married at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage Wednesday evening by Rev. G. W. Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Facer have the best wishes of their many friends.



From The Palmyra Democrat, Wednesday, September 14, 1892

Williamson

Miss Gertie Beckwith and Walter Valentine, of Rochester, were married August 31st by Rev. H. C. Merrill, and Miss Addie Seely and Harry Lawrence, September 1st by Rev. W. L. Page. The young people are high esteemed and we wish them all happiness and good fortune.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Friday, June 1, 1800

Richard Herton, of Clyde, and Mrs. Ida Crawford, of the same village, were united in marriage yesterday by Justice of Peace McOmber, of Lyons.



From The Lake Shore News, unknown date in December 1904

Voltaire Joiner Married

Voltaire Joiner, one of the best-known farmers of North Wolcott, was married on Sunday, Dec. 11, at the M. P. parsonage at North Huron, by the pastor, Rev. James R. Guthrie. His bride is Miss Addie Beshures, of North Wolcott.


Frank Palmer Marries

Frank Palmer, of Wolcott, who is teaching school at Westbury, was married yesterday to Miss B___ Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Burgdorf, of Westbury, at the home of the bride.



From The Clyde Herald, Wednesday, April 1, 1925, page 4

Mrs. Lorena Valentine and Chas. J. Rolfe, both of Rose, were united in marriage last Saturday evening at the home of the bride on Wolcott street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Sutton, pastor of the Rose Baptist Church.



From The Western Argus, Lyons NY, April 9, 1834

MARRIED - In Sodus, on the 6th last, by Thomas Judson, Esq. Mr. Henry Hyde, to Miss Caroline, daughter of Jesse Mason, Esq.

In Port Bay, on the 27th ult. by Philander Mitchell, Esq. Mr. Jacob Ackley, a soldier of the revolution, to Mrs. Marcia Turrell.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Friday, February 14, 1902, page 4

A very pretty home wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Pierce, of Sodus Center, Wednesday night, when their only daughter, Miss Anna Belle Pierce, became the wife of Henry Hermans, a young farmer.


At the Methodist Episcopal parsonage at Sodus, Wednesday night, Rev. Horatio Yates officiating, occurred the marriage of Miss Eva Jones, of that village, to William Pulver, a prominent young farmer.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Tuesday, November 28, 1894, page 4

Invitations have appeared announcing the marriage of Anna L. Dale of Marion to John Stein of Parma Center. It will occur on December 6th at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philo Dale, five miles north of Palmyra.



From The Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Newark NY, unknown date ca. May 1898

John Cassin of Sodus Centre and Katherine Mains of Sodus Point, both well known to many friends in Newark, were married last week.



From The Lake Shore News, Thursday, March 23, 1922

Willis Christian Married

Relatives here have received the news from Denver of the marriage there of Willis Christian, formerly of Wolcott, and Miss Mary L. Sloan, of that city. The young couple have begun housekeeping at No. 1,689 Oneida street, Denver.

The bride formerly lived in Syracuse, and was a fellow student of Willis in Syracuse university, where their acquaintance began. She also attended Vassar, and is accomplished and highly educated.

Willis is now bookkeeper for the Interstate Trust company, and his health seems completely restored.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, November 13, 1897

The marriage of Adrian Scott and Miss Gertie Smith, both of South Butler, took place at Clyde on Wednesday.


At the family residence of Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Williams, of West Walworth, Wednesday evening, occurred the marriage of their youngest daughter, Miss Cora, and Lewis King, of Penfield. The Rev. Mrs. Carrie Price performed the ceremony.


The marriage of Charles H. Chapman and Mrs. George Cornwall, both of Palmyra, was solemnized at the home of Mrs. Cornwall's son, George, northeast of Palmyra, yesterday afternoon. Mr. Chapman is a well-known retired farmer, residing at Palmyra, and the bride is the widow of the late George Cornwall, of that village. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman will reside in Palmyra.



From The Western Argus, Lyons NY, January 7, 1835

MARRIED - In this village, on the 1st inst. by Rev. H. P. Strong, Mr. HENRY STRONG, of Montezuma, to Miss PHOEBE POMEROY, of this place.

[Accompanying the above notice, we received a thumping slice of wedding cake, which, with the aid of our devil, we soon despatched. We say nothing of the happiness, prosperity, and all that sort of thing, which must necessarily be enjoyed, through a long life, by all those, who, under similar circumstances, remember the printer.]

In this village on the 1st inst. by Rev. L. Hubbell, Mr. MILES S. LEACH, to Miss ELECTA HOTCHKISS, all of this place.

In Sodus, on the 1st inst. by Wm. Voorhies, esq., Mr. JAMES ACKLEY, of Palmyra, to Miss BETSEY LOMBARD of this village.



From The Democratic Herald, Clyde NY, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 1891

The marriage of Charles J. Winters to Miss Clara B. Zulauf, both of Clyde, was solemnized at the German Lutheran parsonage in Lyons on Sunday, Jan. 18th, 1891, Rev. J. A. Timm, officiating.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, January 10, 1906

Miss Emma C. Schwab was married New Year's day to Jacob Leroy of Marion. The bridesmaid was Miss Blanche See of Newark, and F. E. Olmstead of Newark was the best man.


Married at Evangelical parsonage, Dec. 14th, 1905, Mr. Thomas Gleason of Norwich, Conn., and Miss Edith B. Wakeles of Rochester, N. Y., by Rev. I. N. D___.


Miss Cornelia Fremouw, daughter of Mrs. L. Cook, of this town, and sister of Abram and John Fremouw, was married Dec. 30 in Rochester to Ray S. Averill of that city, Rev. Geo. C. Frost (?) performing the ceremony. Mr. Averill is the superintendent of the Electric Railroad Advertising Company. The bride wore cream-colored cashmere and carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. Many beautiful gifts were received. After the wedding supper, Mr. and Mrs. Averill left for Pittsburg and other cities. They will be at home January 15, at No. 312 (?) South Avenue. The Fremouw family of nine children has never been broken into by death, and all but two are married.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Tuesday, October 24, 1893, page 4

The marriage of William A. Cady, of Palmyra, and Miss Nellie Verbridge, of Williamson, will take place at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Verbridge, in that village to-morrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.


The marriage of Miss Clara Evans, of Savannah, and Kent Whipple, of Hamilton, Ontario, will take place to-morrow evening at the residence of the bride's father, Hon. David H. Evans. Rev. A. P. Burgess, of Newark, will officiate.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Newark, NY, unknown date in late October 1893

EVANS-WHIPPLE

On Wednesday afternoon last occured the marriage of Miss Clara B. Evans to Kent Whipple, of Hamilton, Rev. Dr. Burgess performing the ceremony. The wedding was at the residence of the bride's father, Hon. D. H. Evans, near Savannah, and was attended by about thirty guests, mostly relatives. It was a very pleasant affair, the display of presents being unusually fine. Mr. and Mrs. Whipple took an early train for the west, stopping at Rochester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls, and then went on to their new home in Hamilton, Ont. The bride is well known in Newark, having taught in the Union school several years, and she has a host of friends who wish a happy future. Mr. Whipple is a prosperous business man in Hamilton, well spoken of by those who know him. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hamm (?) and Rev. Dr. Burgess and wife of this village attended the wedding.


Married, in Oswego, Oct. 1, 1893, by Rev. Father Fournier, Miss Julia Brown, of Newark, and James Nichols of Oswego.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, July 27, 1893, page 4

Invitations have been issued to the marriage of George H. Bockoven and Miss Gertrude E. Pierce, the ceremony to take place in Palmyra, August 2d.


A very pretty home wedding took place at Savannah yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the residence of Hon. and Mrs. A. S. Farnum, when their daughter Maud was married to Lewis H. Carris. Only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties, to the number of sixty, were present, including several from out-of-town. The guests were received by Miss Mary Farnum, sister of the bride, and George A. Giles, of Apalachin, N.Y. The ceremony was performed by the bride's pastor, Rev. G. E. Campbell, after which refreshments were served by caterer Newton. The couple left on the evening train for Apalachin, Tioga county, at which place the groom is principal of the high school. A reception will be held immediately on their arrival there. They will remain a week, when they will visit the World's fair. They will reside in Apalachin.



NEW 12/12/12   From The Democratic Herald, Clyde NY, Wednesday, November 1, 1893

W. A. Cady, of Palmyra, and Miss Nellie Verbridge, of Williamson, were married Wednesday, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. C. H. Merrill.


G. Dayton Smith, of Palmyra, and Miss Hannah Billings, of Walworth, were married at the bride's home in the latter place Wednesday afternoon, October 25th, Rev. J. R. Henderson of the Palmyra Baptist church officiated.


John W. Wolfe, formerly on the Wayne Democratic Press, now a compositor on the Democrat and Chronicle, was united in matrimony Tuesday to Miss Emma Marshall, of Lyons, by Rev. J. H. Rogers, of the Methodist Episcopal Church in that village.


The marriage of Charles R. Sawyer and Miss Elizabeth Farmer was solemnized at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Caffyn, in Palmyra, last Wednesday. Rev. Leonard Woods Richardson, rector of Zion Church, preformed (sic) the ceremony.



From The Palmyra Courier, Friday, March 6, 1885

From Ontario.

Mr. Oscar F. Whitney and Mrs. Sophronia Whitcomb were united in marriage on Tuesday, February 24th, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Cyrus Thatcher. Rev. Wm. C. Kingsbery officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney have gone West to visit friends and relatives, intending to be absent three or four weeks. A host of friends join with us in hearty congratulations to the worthy couple.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, October 28, 1886.

The marriage of Williams Earls, of Angell's Corners, and Miss Louie Earnest, of Clyde, was solemnized last week.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, January 28, 1888

H. H. Fisk, editor of the Newark Union was the best man at the marriage of E. C. Delano to Miss Emma Graham, in Clyde, Wednesday evening.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, unknown date May 1888 (Newark NY)

Invitations are out for the marriage of Newton J. Burrud, the popular musical director of the Newark Cornet band, to Miss Jennie Chase of Walworth. The ceremony will be performed at four o'clock in the afternoon, June 6, after which a reception will be held at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Chase.

Married, May 27, in Newark, by Dr. Burgess, Mark Adsit of Clifton Springs to Miss Jennie Bean of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Adsit will live on a farm near the outlet.



From The Democratic Herald, Tuesday, July 17, 1888, Clyde NY

Mr. Leland T. Powers, the celebrated elocutionist of Palmyra, and Miss Louise Baldwin, a noted soprano of Boston, were united in marriage at the home of the bride in the latter city last week. The couple are spending a portion of their honeymoon in Palmyra.



From The Democratic Herald, Clyde, N.Y., Tuesday, May 7, 1889

Mr. John Larigy of Rochester, was united in marriage to Miss Rosa Welch, Wednesday April 24th. The ceremony took place in St. John's (Catholic) Church, Rev. J. J. Gleeson officiating.



From The Democratic Herald, Tuesday, May 21, 1889 (Clyde NY)

The marriage of Fay N. Darling, formerly of Lyons, now musical director of the Wilbur opera company, and Miss Robertson, a chorus girl of the troupe, took place at Poughkeepsie Tuesday afternoon. Fay is one of the youngest musical directors in the country, and has a splendid position.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, unknown date September 1889 (Newark NY)

The marriage is announced for Wednesday, September 25, of James P. Smith and Miss Nellie Buell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Buell.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, unknown date in September or first week of October 1889

Newark and Vicinity.

Willis G. Carmer, formerly principal of the Lyons union school, now of Dolgeville, will be married Friday October 4th, to Miss Minnie Bostwick, who spent last winter in Newark and has since been with her mother in Colorado. The ceremony will take place at the residence of Mrs. J. M. __itkin on Miller street, sister of Miss Bostwick.

Henry G. Tinsley of Pomona, Cal., and Miss Helen Griswold were married last evening at the residence of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Daniel Jenison, Lock Berlin. Rev. L. A. Ostrander performed the ceremony in the presence of about sixty guests. Heman D. Rogers and Albert Leach were the ushers and Miss Emma Tinsley, the ten year old sister of the groom, acted as maid of honor. They left at once for California.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, unknown date October 1889 (Newark NY)

Nathan Oaks, Jr., and Miss Belle Van Valkenburgh, were married on Wednesday eveing (sic) last at the residence of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. VanValkenburgh, in Phelps, by Rev. F. M. Wheeler, in the presence of about 140 guests. The wedding was a very pleasant affair, the congratulations hearty, the gifts many, the wedding supper, prepared and served by Morrison Ridley, bountiful and in good taste. Several Newark relatives attended, two of them, S. H. Westfall and O. S. Persons, acting as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Oaks will reside in Ovid, where he is engaged in business.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, unknown date 1889

Mr. J. E. Murphy was united in marriage to Miss Mary Fraher on Sunday evening, April 21st. Rev. J. J. Gleeson officiated.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Newark NY, unknown date in late February 1890

Married, at Lincoln, N.Y., Feb. 12, by Rev. W. C. Kingsbury, Chas. W. Lolly, of Ontario, and Jennie M. Alborn, of Lincoln, N.Y.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Friday, May 2, 1890, page 3

The marriage of Miss Emma Eaton, of Ontario, and Charles H. Robie, of Williamson, was solemnized at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. James Eaton, yesterday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. H. Foster, of Ontario. Only relatives and immediate friends were present. Many handsome and costly presents were received. The young couple left on the evening train for a short Eastern trip, after which they will take up their residence in Williamson.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, July 17, 1890, page 3

The marriage of S. R. Pierson, cashier of Pierson & Perkin's bank, to Miss Cora Colton, both of Newark, was solemnized Tuesday evening in the presence of a large number of guests. The ceremony was performed by their pastor, Rev. Dr. Burgess. A reception was given after the ceremony at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Colton. The couple are spending their honeymoon at Saratoga.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Monday, July 21, 1890

The marriage of two of the young people of Penfield has just been made public. John M. Loder and Miss Grace G. Featherly were married at the home of the bride's parents in Sodus, July 4th.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, Tuesday, October 7, 1890

The marriage of Nelson P. McVicar, of this village to Miss Ada H. Stevens, of Auburn, was celebrated at the bride's residence last Wednesday evening.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, January 5, 1892.

The marriage of Miss Myrtle E. Sherman, of Williamson, and Cornelius Collier, of Pultneyville, was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Thursday evening.



From The Democratic Herald, Clyde NY, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1891

The marriage of Geo. Hak, a former Clyde boy, to Miss Flora Strong, of Rochester, was solemnized at the bride's residence last Thursday afternoon.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Monday June 13, 1892, page 4

The marriage of Miss Georgianna B. Huffman, of Macedon, to Charles K. Hayes, of Lyons, took place at the home of the bride in Macedon Saturday afternoon. The ceremony was a very quiet one, only the family of the bride witnessing it, and was performed by Rev. Mr. McLaughlin. The couple left on the afternoon train for the West, and will make their future home in Lyons, where the groom is engaged in business.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, October 5, 1892

The marriage of Robert E. Flynn to Miss Mary Louise Gridley occurred at the St. John's Episcopal Church at 7:30 Monday evening, Rev. R. T. Kerfoot officiating. Only the near friends of the contracting parties were in attendance. The happy couple left on the evening train for a brief visit to the west.

George Drury and Miss Jane Countermarch were united in marriage at St. John's (Catholic) Church Tuesday, September 20th, Rev. Father Gleeson, officiating.




From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, November 24, 1892, page 4

The marriage of Miss Alice McGrath, of Palmyra, to Edward William McCrae, a railroad agent at Buffalo, took place at St. Ann's Catholic church in Palmyra Monday. Yesterday at the same place Michael Gooney and Catharine Moran were united in marriage by the Rev. William Casey.



From the Palmyra Democrat,unknown date, early February 1893

Miss Maggie Gibbons of Newark was married on Wednesday morning to Dr. Frank McOmber of Lyons.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, Wednesday, March 15, 1893

The marriage of Wm. Bills, of Buffalo, to Miss Kittie Welch, of Clyde, was solemnized on Saturday last, Rev. J. J. Gleeson officiating.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Monday, January 1, 1894, page 4

The marriage of Michael Mulkahy, of Savannah, and Miss Anna O'Connor, of Fox Ridge, will take place to-day at Weedsport, Rev. Father Donihoe, officiating.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday, April 4, 1894, page 4

Last evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Neal, in South Lyons, was solemnized the marriage of their daughter, Miss Minnie Neal, to Ward Compson, of Lyons, Rev. Dr. L. A. Ostrander, of the Lyons Presbyterian Church, officiating.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, September 5, 1894

Frederick Fry, of South Butler, and Miss Lillian Lobell, of Sodus Point, were united in marriage on Wednesday evening of last week at Rose, by Rev. Mr. Reynolds.

Charles W. Peck, of Clyde, and Miss Emma L. Ernst, of Lyons, were united in marriage Thursday evening August 30th, at the residence of J. W. Peckham on North Park street, Clyde, Rev. C. H. Howes, pastor of the Clyde Baptist Church, officiating.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, Wednesday, Jan. 16th, 1895

The marriage of Cyrenius Stickles of Livingston, Columbia county, and Miss Antoinette Platner of this place was solemnized at the home of the bride's brother in Clyde, Monday, January 7th, 1893 at 10 A. M. Rev. J. C. Mead officiating.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, unknown date in May 1895

The marriage of Miss Anna Syron daughter of Mrs. Isabel H. Syron, to Chas. Alfred Mead, of New York, was solemnized in the latter city at 2136 seventh ave. on Wednesday evening last, May 15th.



From The Monroe County Mail, Thursday, July 4, 1895

West Walworth

Miss Sophia Wright, daughter of Peter Wright of this place, and Sibley Joyce of Rochester, were married at 12 Sibley street, Rochester, Wednesday, June 26.

Mrs. Hattie Barron Wahles and Bert Foster were married at the residence of Justice Peacock, Wednesday night, June 19.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, September 12, 1895

Edwin J. Seymour of Rochester and Miss Mary E. Gibson of Sodus were married yesterday.

At the home of Albert Sours of Huron, Tuesday, occurred the marriage of his grand-daughter, Miss Lizzie Fowler, to Winfield Chaddock of Rose. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. A. Ward, pastor of the Huron Presbyterian Church, in the presence of about fifty guests.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, October 19, 1895

Mrs. Martin Sutter of Lyons was united in matrimony to Alfred Williams Wednesday evening by Rev. W. M. Webbe of Grace Episcopal Church.

Wednesday evening, at the residence of Mrs. Delilah Edwards in Lyons, occurred the marriage of Joseph R. Guilfoos of Port Byron to Miss Anna A. Castle of the same place, Rev. Dr. L. A. Ostrander, of the Presbyterian Church, officiating.

The marriage of Bert Cassen and Miss Jennie Wadsworth, of Butler, was solemnized at the residence of John Morgan at Savannah on Thursday evening. Rev. Mr. Stevenson of Butler Center performed the ceremony. The Crandall cornet band was present and added much to the enjoyment of the occasion. The couple will reside at Butler.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday, October 23, 1895, page 4

The marriage of Hiram Fisk to Miss Lillie Houser, both of Clyde, will be solemnized this evening at 6 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's parents. Rev. J. Calvin Meade, pastor of the Clyde Presbyterian Church, officiating.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, February 5, 1896

The marriage of Theodore Whitlock of Palmyra to Miss Harriet VanDusen at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Tyler, in Lyons, on Wednesday last, was attended by a large company of relatives and intimate friends, and was a thoroughly pleasant affair, and was all united in predicting for the couple a happy married life. Presents were numerous, and congratulations hearty. The future home of the couple will be on the Whitlock farm, one mile north of Palmyra.



From the Utica Daily Union, February 14, 1896, page 1

Rev. Daniel M. Young of Sodus and Miss Anna Jane Pugh of Remsen were married at the bride's home in Remsen on Wednesday morning.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, March 14, 1896, page 4

Wednesday afternoon, March 18th, at the residence of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Dow (?), in North Wolcott, will occur the marriage of Miss Mary J. Viele, daughter of Mrs. Reuben Ward, of North Wolcott, to Charles A. Wells, of Fair Haven.

Friends in Lyons have received announcement of the engagement of Lucius Johnson Huff, youngest son of the late ex-Postmaster Moses A. Huff, of Lyons, to Miss Lida Frost, only daughter of ex-Mayor Charles H. Frost, of Pasadena, Cal., where Mr. Huff is at present engaged in business.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, June 6, 1896, page 4

Seneca.

Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Satie D. Hoffman, of Waterloo, and Foster W. Brown, of Clyde, to occur Wednesday evening, June 24th.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, June 6, 1896, page 4

Wayne.

Cards are out announcing the marriage of George R. Williams, of South Butler, to Carrie E. Post, of Wolcott, at the bride's home Wednesday, June 10th.

Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Mary K. Conroy, of Savannah, and John Quinn, of Port Byron. The ceremony will take place at the Savannah St. John's Catholic Church on June 17th at 10 o'clock.



From the Oswego Daily Times, Thursday, October 8, 1896, page 7

Clarence Green of Marengo, was united in matrimony to Miss Eva B. Benedict, Sunday last, at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, in this village, by Rev. M. S. Wells.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Saturday, April 17, 1897

Dwight M. Eaton and Miss Lillie Estella Eaton, both of Ontario Center, were married Thursday evening in Rochestser by the Rev. Dr. G. B. F. Hallock, of the Brick Church, at the residence of the officiating clergyman.



From The Oswego Daily Times, Tuesday, December 7, 1897, page 2

Rose, Dec. 6.- Miss Georgia N. Barrett and Willard Jeffers were married last Wednesday. They are spending their honeymoon in New York.



From The Palmyra Courier, Friday Morning, December 10, 1897

The marriage of Miss Emma Millett of Williamson to Mr. Olin Jolly of Sodus was solemnized at the home of the bride on Wednesday of last week.


Williamson
December 9, 1897

Miss Emma Millet and Olin V. Jolley of Sodus was married December 1st by Rev. Jolley at the bride's home in this place.



From The Palmyra Courier, Friday Morning, December 31, 1897

The marriage of Miss Minnie Beal of East Palmyra, to George H.(?) Young was solemnized at the home of the bride in East Palmyra on Thursday of this week.

Miss Ortha Luce, daughter of Mr. Jefferson Luce of Marion, was united in marriage to Mr. G. A. Guyer of Schenectady, at the home of her parents on S aturday evening last. Mr. and Mrs. Guyer will reside in Schenectady.

The marriage of Miss Julia Bowerman and Oscar B. Gardner, both of Farmington, was solemnized at the home of the bride on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Gardner is a son of the late Sunderland Gardner, the well-known quaker minister.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, Wednesday, January 26, 1898

GALLEGHER-LUSK
Palmyra Courier.

A very pretty wedding took place at the residence of ex-Supervisor Jacob Lusk Wednesday afternoon, January 19, at five o'clock, the occasion being the marriage of his youngest daughter, Ella May, to John H. Gallegher of Fairville. Rev. Mr. John Black performed the ceremony. Immediately after the ceremonies a supper was served. The many friends who were present united in wishing them a long life and happiness. The married couple begin their new relations in life under most favorable conditions. They took an evening train for a short eastern trip and on their return will make their home in Fairville.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, July 6, 1898, page 7

Charles Bloomer and Miss Harriet Blackmar were married at five o'clock yesterday afternoon in the Universalist church, Rev. Dr. Tomlinson officiating. The bride was dressed in her traveling dress and was attended by her sister, Mrs. Emma Richmond. The wedding was small, owning to recent deaths in both families, and only the immediate families were present. After a wedding supper at the Blackmar home, Mr. and Mrs. Bloomer took a train for Bridgeport, Conn., where Mr. Bloomer is now engaged in business.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, March 22, 1899

The marriage of Miss Jessie Hewitt to John Allen, Jr., was solemnized Wednesday at high noon, at the residence of the bride's parents north-east of the village.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, Wednesday, April 12th, 1899

A Pretty Church Wedding.

The prettiest Wedding ever seen in Clyde occurred at St. John's Episcopal church yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, the occasion being the marriage of Miss Josephine Vandenberg one of Clyde's most popular young ladies and Mr. Frederick D. Carr of Elizabeth New Jersey.

The church was beautifully decorated with palms and white Bride's roses, the latter completely covering the alter (sic). Shortly after 9 o'clock the bridal party entered the church to the strains of Wagner's wedding march from Lohrengrin (sic) and proceeded to the chancel steps where they were met by the groom and best man. After the betrothed, the party went to the Sanctuary rail where the service took place. Mr. Aaron Vandenberg, the bride's father giving her away.

The bride was dressed in plum colored broadcloth, trimmed with pink silk and lace applique and wore a picture hat of pink adorned with black plumes. Miss Elizabeth Herkner, of Grand Rapids, Mich., who was maid of honor was attired in a dress of cream colored Broadcloth, trimmed with gold and a white picture hat and carried a large bouquet of pinck (sic) colored roses. Mr. Charles M. Smith acted as best man.

The church was entirely filled with people which shows very clearly the large host of friends of Mrs. Carr. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was given at the former home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Carr left on the 11:04 train for the east where they will make their home in Elizabeth, New Jersey.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday, August 30, 1899

Marriage of Miss Katherine Mackin and Elbert Ware Sylvester at Lyons

At 7:30 o'clock last evening at the residence of Rev. Father Kavanaugh, of St. Michael's Church in Lyons, occurred the marriage of Elbert Ware Sylvester and Miss Katherine M. Mackin, both of that village. Miss Lou Mae Forfar was bridesmaid, and George T. Getman best man. The ceremony was witnessed by relations only. The groom is one of Lyons's best-known young business men. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mackin and is distinguished because of her rare vocal talent.

Mr. Sylvester recently purchased the John Hommond residence on the South Lyons road, and here the wedded pair will take up their residence about September 5th.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, September 28, 1899, page 4

Jennick-Frech.

Miss R. Flora Frech, daughter of Mrs. Caroline Frech, and Charles F. Jennick, of Newark, were united in marriage yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock, at the home of the bride's mother, No. 85 West Miller street, Newark, Rev. J. Preis, of the Evangelical Church, performing the ceremony. There were a number of choice and useful presents received, and the house was artistically trimmed with palms and cut flowers. The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of white silk, covered with white organdie and trimmed with white lace and ribbon. Miss Julia Frech, a sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, with William L. Brown as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Jennick will take a short trip through the eastern part of the state, after which they will return to Newark. They will not go to housekeeping until spring.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, November 22, 1899

Fairville.

Corporal Charles E. Brinkerhoff, Battery G, 7th Artillery, U.S. Army, For Warren, Mass., and Miss Ina M. Stever, of Fairville, were married at the bride's home on the evening of Nov. 19, The Rev. S. G. Parent, of the Presbyterian church officiating. Only the families of the bride and groom were present. Mr. Brinkerhoff has won honorable distinction while in his brief service in the Seventh Artillery, having been promoted out of the common ranks in which he enlisted. The bride is a worthy member of the Presbyterian church, from which circle she will be greatly missed. Best wishes are extended to the couple by a large number of friends.



From The Evening Herald, December 6, 1899 (Syracuse, NY), page 13.

The marriage of Miss Jennie Verbridge and Nell Cole, two prominent young people, occurred this noon at the residence of the bride's parents. They will be at home after December 15th.



From The Evening Herald, December 14, 1899 (Syracuse, NY), page 13.

Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Martha Jane Starks of Williamson to Esmond Bannister of Watertown, both well-known in this section.



From the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, February 10, 1900, page 4

A quiet wedding took place in Newark Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Elliott, Willow avenue, when their daughter, Miss Lulu Elliott, was united in marriage to William K. Irving, a young man who conducts a confectionary store in Newark. The ceremony was performed at 7 o'clock by Rev. A. P. Burgess, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, in the presence of only the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving have gone to Auburn, where they will spend a few days and then return to his business in Newark.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, March 10, 1900

Yesterday at Williamson was solemnized the marriage of Miss Marie Mahieu and Peter Cook



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, June 14, 1900

High Noon Wedding of Miss Lydia Augusta Knowles and Thomas Trull.

Yesterday at high noon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Eber A. Knowles on Foster street in Palmyra, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Lydia Augusta, and Thomas Benjamin Trull, of Palmyra. The ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. W. H. Giles, pastor of the Methodist Church in that village, was witnessed by the immediate families and relatives and a few intimate friends. The bride was unattended.

Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served by Caterer Bareham. After receiving the congratulations of the guests Mr. and Mrs. Trull took an east-bound New York Central train for an Eastern trip of about ten days. They will reside in Palmyra, where both are well known and very popular. The guests from out of town were: Aldrich Latting, Fred and Albert Knowles, and Ray Moore, of Shortsville, and Miss Shaw, of Newark.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, January 28, 1901

MITCHELL-SANFORD.

Popular Palmyra Girl and Former Rochester Resident Wed at Palmyra.

The marriage of Miss Myra Sanford, of Palmyra, and Harold C. Mitchell, of New York city, occurred at the home of the bride's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Amos Sanford, Liberty street, Palmyra, Saturday last. The ceremony was a very quiet one, performed at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, by the Rev. Charles T. Walkley, rector of Zion Church in Palmyra. Only the immediate families of the contracting parties were present. The bride was attired in a traveling gown and was attended by her maid of honor, Miss Irene Lakey, of Syracuse. Assistant District Attorney Robert Averill, of Rochester, acted as best man.

Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served by Caterer R. H. Bareham, of Palmyra. The house was tastefully trimmed with evergreens, palms and potted plants, and the bridal table was artistically decorated. The affair, although a quiet one, was of great interest to the society folk of Palmyra, owing to the popularity and social prominence of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell left on the New York Central at 5 o'clock, and after an extended wedding trip will reside in New York city. The bride is one of Palmyra's most prominent young ladies, and the groom is an attorney in New York city, but formerly resided in Rochester.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, January 8, 1902, page 2

Sodus Centre.

Friends here are in receipt of cards announcing the marriage in Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 24, of R. W. Harris, a former resident of this village, now a hospital steward in the U. S. regular army, to Miss Myrtle Bella, a prominent young lady of that city.

Sodus.

The marriage of L. Grove Tuttle to Miss Lizzie Walsh, of Schenectady, was announced last week.



From the Wayne County Review, Thursday, December 25, 1902

Sodus Center.

The marriage of Mrs. Lizzie Powell, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Merchant, to Merritt Brown will occour on Wednesday evening, December 31st; at the home of the bride's parents.

South Butler.

Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Mr. Azel Hough to Miss Harriet E. Biele at the home of the bride's father; December 31.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, January 7, 1903, page 2

Williamson.

The marriage of Miss Florence M. Putman to Charles C. Young of Ontario, was solemnized at the home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Putman, on Christmas. The bride has a host of friends who wish her happiness in her new relation.



From the Wayne County Review, Lyons NY, Thursday, June 4, 1903

Rumor says that Harvey Benning, a prosperous farmer south of Clyde, has convinced Miss Lena Ellinwood, one of Clyde High School's most popular teachers, that it is time to say "yes." As a result an early marriage is reported and Clyde loses one of its charming daughters. Miss Ida Madden is scheduled to succeed Miss Ellinwood as teacher in the school.


It is said that Miss Lucy Weed, daughter of Benjamin Weed a wealthy farmer south of Clyde, has concluded to enter into partnership with Chester Baird a young gentleman farmer of the same neighborhood. Mr. Baird is a graduate of Cornell University and a young man of sterling character, while Miss Wood enjoys the enviable reputation of being beautiful in countenance and character.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, June 23, 1903

COOK-GROESBECK

Brilliant Wedding in Clyde United Popular Young Lady to Rochester Man.

Clyde, June 22- The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Groesbeck, of this village, was the scene at 6 o'clock this evening, of a brilliant gathering, the occasion being the marriage of Miss Myrtella Edith Groesbeck and Albert Lee Cook, of Rochester. The wedding, though simple and quiet in most of its features, was characterized throughout by elegance. At 6 o'clock the ceremony was performed in the parlor in front of a bank of ferns by Rev. V. N. Yergin, pastor of the Clyde Presbyterian Church. The bride, who was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houghton, of Aurora, was attired in a charming creation of white silk mull, and carried a bouquet of white bride's roses. Mrs. Houghton was dressed in white silk organdie and carried pink carnations. Following the ceremony refreshments were served by Caterer Charles Foreman, of Syracuse. The wedding march was played by Miss Cornelia Garlic, cousin of the bride.

The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houghton and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shook, of Aurora; W.H. Groesbeck, of North Bay; Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Lane, of Syracuse; George Churchill, of Weedsport; M.J. Vrooman and Miss S.A. Groesbeck, of Syracuse. The bride and groom left on an evening train for a two weeks' visit in Massachusetts and Vermont.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, September 24, 1903

Vincent-Woodworth

Williamson, Sept. 23- At Central Square, N.Y., this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, occurred the marriage of Miss Maude Woodworth to R. S. Vincent, of Williamson. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents, only the intimate friends and relatives being present. The groom is the best amateur baseball player in Wayne county. He is an employee in the office of the Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg Railway in Williamson.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Friday, October 30, 1903

Recent Weddings

Williamson, Oct. 29- The marriage of Miss Garnet Town, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Town, and Amost (sic?) Lorett, of Adam's Basin, was solemnized this afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev. Charles I. Decker, of Rochester, at the home of the bride's parents. The marriage of Miss Joan Blecke, of Williamson, to Glen Petty, of Walworth, also occurred to-day. The groom is a member of the hardware firm of Petty & Petty, of Walworth.



From The New York Templar, an Official Organ of the Independent Order of Good Templars of New York, Vol. 23, No. 3, January 15, 1904. page 11 (Delhi NY)

Wayneport.

Ray B. McLeod, of Wayneport, and Miss Verna Cotton, of Farmington, (both members of Farmington Lodge, 983), were united in marriage by the Rev. Harry M. Wright, Co. Dep., at the Universalist Parsonage in Macedon, on Wednesday, Dec. 9th.



From the Wayne County Review, June 30, 1904, Newark NY

Marriage of Miss Lewis and Frank M. Guenthner.

Miss Mary Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aldice Lewis, and Frank M. Guenthner, were united in marriage yesterday afternoon at the rectory of St. Michael's church, Rev. B. W. Gommenginger performed the ceremony. A sister of the bride, Miss Anna Lewis, acted as bridesmaid and Bert Guenthner, brother of the groom, as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Buenthner are taking a wedding tour in the western part of the state.



From the Wayne County Review, Thursday, August 25, 1904

The marriage of George Travell and Miss Lucina Stalhman (sic), both of Lyons, occurred in Rochester Wednesday, August 10th, at the home of Rev. Ernst Hyde in that city.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Wednesday, June 14, 1905

Baker-Griswold

Rose, June 13.- The marriage of Miss Bessie M. Griswold, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Griswold, of West Rose, to William G. Baker, of East Rose, occurred at the M.E. parsonage yesterday. Rev. Dr. Hebblethwaite performed the ceremony.



From the Monroe County Mail, June 22, 1905 (Fairport NY)

West Walworth

Married, at the residence of James B. Carman, Thursday evening, June 12th, by E. L. James, pastor of the Baptist church, Lee L. Harrer of this place, and Miss Emma L. Hebe of Roaring Branch, Pa. Mr. Harrer is a newcomer in our midst, being employed at the creamery as butter maker. The people extend congratulations to him and his bride.



From the Arcadian Weekly Gazette, July 5, 1905

Orville VanDuzer and Miss Louise Norris will be married in Sodus to-day. Newark relatives will attend.

Fred Creager and Miss Emma Stell both of Lyons were married at Norwich last week. On the completion of their wedding journey they will make their home in Lyons.

Miss Maud La Due Borradaile and Clarence McClelland Smith of Sodus Center were married at the bride's home Thursday by Rev. Matthew Gaffney.

On Thursday afternoon Miss May B. Quereau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Quereau of North Rose, was united in marriage to John M. Gray of the same village. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. J. Edwards at the Quereau cottage at Bonnicastle.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, September 5, 1905

Anstee-Worley.

Lyons, September 4- The marriage of Miss Mary Worley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Worley, to William Henry Anstee, took place last night at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, Rev. W. G. Hill officiating. The wedding was a quiet one. The parties will reside in this village.



From The Record, Sodus NY, unknown date 1905

Huron.

The marriage of Benjamin Adsit of Wolcott to Mrs. Lovica Cole of Brooklyn took place Sunday night at the home of Jefferson Reed on Auburn street in Wolcott. The wedding was a very quiet affair, only the immediate family being present. Rev. M. R. Miles performed the ceremony. The groom is a well-known retired farmer from Huron.



From The Record, Sodus NY, unknown date 1905

Rose and Vicinity.

At the Free Methodist parsonage in this village on Sunday afternoon, September 17th, occurred the marriage of Miss Mabel Fisher and Clarence Burlison, both of Clyde, the ceremony having been performed by Rev. F. I. Lebrum.



From The West Shore News, Wolcott NY, unknown date 1906

The Syracuse papers of this morning tell of the wedding in that city at 9:45 last night of Raymond Gurnee to Miss Pansy Palen, both formerly of Wolcott. The ceremony took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Finn, 124 Norris avenue, and was performed by Rev. W. H. Latimer. The wedding supper was served by Mrs. May Bunnell, of Phoenix, and Mrs. Julia Lancto, of Syracuse. There were many gifts to the bridal pair, who will live at No. 111 Norris avenue. The bridal trip will include a visit to Wolcott friends.



From The Newark Union, Saturday, January 6, 1906, page 2

WILLIAMSON.

Lawrence Beckwith Wedding at the Residence of the Bride's Parents.

Miss Grace Beckwith, a popular young woman of Williamson, and Mr. Charles Lawrence of Phelps, were united in marriage Tuesday night at the home of the bride's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. William G. Beckwith. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Oderkirk of Lyons, Mrs. Oderkirk being the bride's sister. Rev. Matthew Gaffney, pastor of Williamson Presbyterian church, officiated.

A wedding luncheon was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence left for a short wedding trip. They will reside in Phelps.



From the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Thursday, February 15, 1906

BABCOCK-LEONARD

Couple Married at Newark Will Live at Berlin, Maryland.

Newark, Feb. 14- The marriage of Miss N. Mae Leonard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Leonard, and Daniel W. Babcock, of Berlin, Md., was quietly solemnized at high noon to-day, at the home of the bride, south of the village. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Carl W. Scovel, pastor of the Park Presbyterian Church, only the immediate friends being present. The couple were attended by the bride's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Leonard.

Mr. and Mrs. Babcock will spend a few days visiting among friends in Western New York before they leave for their home at Berlin, Maryland.



From the Wayne County Review, Thursday, April 19, 1906

Charles Miller of Lock Berlin and Miss May Emma Abrams of this village were quietly married Thursday evening of last week at the rectory of Grace church, Rev. W. M. Webbe officiating. The young couple took a short wedding tour and hereafter will make their home in Lock Berlin.

Announcement has been made in this village of the marriage of Miss Gertrude Webbe, eldest daughter of Rev. W. N. Webbe of this village. The groom is Harry Floyd Chamberlain of New York city. Miss Webbe resided in Lyons for a time when Mr. Webbe first took charge of the parish of Grace church.

James Sykes Carmer, formerly of this village and now connected with the Cobb Preserving company of Fairport, is to be married today to Miss Margaret DeLand of Fairport. The ceremony will be a quiet affair, only relatives and a few of the most intimate of the friends of the contracting parties being present. Mr. and Mrs. Carmer will make their home in Fairport, and the best wishes of a large circle of friends in this vicinity attend them. The groom is well known in this village which was his home from boyhood to the time he went to Hamilton college, from which institution he graduated with credit. The prospective bride is also well known here, and popular, having frequently visited in Lyons during recent years. The family of Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Carmer and a few Lyons friends will at tend the wedding in Fairport today.



From The Herald, Wednesday, May 30, 1906 (Clyde NY)

PROMINENT WOLCOTT CITIZEN OF 74 WINS CHARMING BRIDE

Noah Wood Surprises Friends By His Marriage

Letters received announce that the marriage of Noah Wood, of Wolcott, to Miss Nettie Weller, of Milwaukee, took place in the latter city last Thursday evening. Mr. Wood is one of the best known men of this part of the country and during the seventy-four years of his life has resided in Wolcott. About two years ago his wife died and since that time Mrs. Kelley and daughter have kept house for him.

A short time ago he began preparations for a trip West to visit several relatives. He left about May 10 and after visiting in Detroit went to Milwaukee. When next heard from he announced his approaching marriage. None of his friends had the slightest idea of his intentions when he left Wolcott. Miss Weller was formerly a Wolcott girl but for several years taught school in Milwaukee, afterwards accepting a position as stenographer in one of the large law offices there.



From the Clyde Herald, December 26, 1906

The marriage of Miss Dora Satterly of Ulster county to William Lundergan of North Rose occurred last Thursday, Rev. J.J. Gleeson officiating.



From the Clyde Times, Thursday, June 6, 1907, page 5

At noon, on June 5th, at St. John's Episcopal church, Mortimer Barlow Filzinger, of Cortland, and Miss Nettie Louise Cosselmon, daughter of Charles Cosselmon of this village, were united in marriage, Rev. F. N. Bouck officiating. Only immediate relatives were in attendance. The church was trimed with white lilacs. Mr. and Mrs. Filzinger will make a wedding trip in the East and then taken up their residence in Cortland.



From the Lake Shore News, unknown date in first third of 1908

Frederick Tuck, of Clyde, and Miss Flossie Ferris, were married at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, four miles east of Clyde, by Rev. F. W. Bouck, rector of St. John's Episcopal church. An elaborate dinner was served to 100 guests.



From The Syracuse Herald, October 10, 1908 (Syracuse NY)

Lyons, Oct. 10.

Thursday evening at the home of Mr. And Mrs. E. Hulatt in Catherine street occurred the marriage of Walter Gillette of this village, formerly of England, and Miss Agnes Driscoll, recently arrived from England. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. E. Hall of the Methodist Episcopal church, in the presence of a few friends. After a short wedding trip in the eastern part of the State Mr. and Mrs. Gillette will make their home in this village.



From the Clyde Times, December 24, 1908, page 5

MINER-McDONALD

At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miner, in West Rose, Thursday, Dec. 17, 1908, occured the marriage of their eldest daughter, Pearl, to Mr. William MacDonald, a prominent business man of Lockport, N. Y. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Beckes of the Rose Presbyterian Church, in the presence of the immediate family. The bridal couple stood under a large Christmas bell, the entire color scheme being red and green, suggestive of the Christmas season. The bride was prettily gowned in Copenhagen blue nun's veiling trimmed with point de Paris lace. At the conclusion of the ceremony an elaborate dinner was served, after which they left immediately for Lockport, where they will make their future home.



From the Lake Shore News, Thursday, January 21, 1909, front page

MRS. FLORA KNAPP MARRIED.

Became the Bride of Rufus N. Backus in Wolcott Last Saturday.

On Saturday last at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. T. F. Metcalf, of West Main street, Wolcott, occurred the marriage of Mrs. Flora L. Knapp, of Newark, to Rufus N. Backus of Palmyra, Rev. W. Judson Pasko officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Backus drove to Clyde and took a train for the east. They will visit in Utica and Albany before returning to Palmyra.



From the Lake Shore News, Wolcott NY, 1909, date unknown.

Miss Nina LeMunyon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry LeMunyon, of Sodus Point, was married Saturday to Floyd Vought, of Fair Haven. The knot was tied by Rev. Mr. Baldwin of St. Luke's church.



From The Herald, Clyde NY, Wednesday, February 9th, 1910

Miss Mattie Salter, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Salter and Maynard Peck, assistant operator in the R. W. & O. station here, surprised their friends by announcing that they were married at Kingston, Canada, last Wednesday.


At 2 o'clock this afternoon at the residence of Charles Fox west of Rose, Rev. J. H. Britton, of Auburn, officiating, the marriage of their only daughter, Miss Mary E. Fox to Ralph J. Closs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. Closs, of North Rose, took place. After a short wedding trip they will reside at the home of the groom's parents.



From the Syracuse Herald, December 1, 1911, page 1

GROOM SIXTEEN,
BRIDE FIFTEEN

North Rose, December 1.- Wednesday evening at the residence of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Borden, in this village, the marriage of Raymond Borden and Miss Viola Correll of Huron took place. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. C. Langford in the presence of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties.

The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borden. The bride is 15 years of age and the groom 16.



From The Evening Herald, March 29, 1912 (Syracuse N.Y.)

Temple-Clark.

Lyons, March 2 9.- The marriage of Irvin Temple of this village and Miss Ora E. Clark of Picture Rock, Pa., was solemnized at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon by the Rev. W. H. Giles of the Methodist Episcopal church. The ceremony was performed at the M. E. parsonage. The couple was unattended. After a short wedding grip Mr. and Mrs. Temple will take up their home in this village.



From The Clyde Herald, unknown date May 1912

William Pickering of Lock Berlin and Miss Sarah A. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, of Lyons, were married at the M.E. parsonage, Lyons, by Rev. W. H. Giles last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Pickering will reside in Lock Berlin.



From the Syracuse Herald, September 19th, 1913

Clyde Briefs.

Cards have been received in Clyde from Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Burley of Newark, announcing the marriage of their daughter Edith to Charles R. Fisher of Clyde on Tuesday, September 9th(?). The announcement was a complete surprise to the friends of the contracting parties.



From the Syracuse Herald, October 31, 1913

LYONS COUPLE WED.

Miss Minnie L. Smith the Bride of Wilford Killick.

Lyons, Oct. 31.- Yesterday at noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Smith in Phelps Street, occurred the marriage of their youngest daughter, Miss Minnie L. Smith, to Wilford Killick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Killick of Lyons. Only relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties were present. They were unattended. Miss Smith for several years has taught at the Clyde High school. Mr. Killick is associated with his father in the milling business. After a western wedding trip they will take up their residence in this village. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. L. A. Ostrander, pastor of the Presbyterian church.



From The Clyde Herald, unknown date in 1913

Virgil Armstrong, formerly of Rose and now of Syracuse, a young man known in Clyde, was married on Monday of this week to Miss Bertha L. Sayles of Weedsport.



From the Clyde Times, May 20, 1915, page 4

JANTO-CAPONE

At three o'clock Tuesday, May 18, at St. John's Catholic Church, was solemized (sic) the marriage of Miss Nellie Capone, daughter of Philip Capone and Anthony A. Janto both of this village, Rev. J. J. Gleason officiating.

The bride was gowned in blue serge and carried white roses. They were attended by James Rago, of Lyons, and Miss Rose Capone, a sister of the bride. After the ceremony they left for a wedding trip to Albany and New York.



From The Herald, Wednesday, July 3, 1918, page 7 (Fairport NY)

Ontario, June 24- A very pretty military wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deichmiller Thursday afternoon when their only daughter, Marian Magdalene, was united in marriage to Sergeant Claude Selleck, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Selleck, of Ontario, now stationed at Newport News, Virginia. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. J. Vyverberg in the presence of about thirty guests. The bride was gowned in white satin with a veil and was attended by Miss Dorothy Mason of Palmyra, a cousin of the groom. The best man was Henry Deichmiller brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a three course dinner was served. The house was beautifully decorated, the color scheme being red, white and blue. Mr. and Mrs. Selleck are among our most popular young people and the best wishes of a host of friends are theirs.


Last evening, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Porter in Marengo, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Miss Lottie Porter, to Roscoe Akenhead, of the same place.



From The Lyons Republican, Friday, October 18, 1918

The marriage of Mrs. Nellie Moore Pollock of Ontario and Mr. Albert E. Quaife of Palmyra took place Wednesday, October 9. Mrs. Pollock is the widow of the late Frederick L. Pollock of Albany and a sister of Mrs. Ernest J. Hooker of Lyons. They will reside in Palmyra.



From The Syracuse Herald, July 3, 1920 (Syracuse NY).

Oatman-Kreiss.

Lyons, July 3.- The marriage of Lois M. Oatman, Syracuse, to Ralph A. Kreiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kreiss of East Lyons, took place at the home of the bride in Syracuse yesterday. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Kreiss will reside in East Lyons.



From The Savannah Times, March 11, 1921, front page

Cole-Sherman

The marriage of Miss Bernice Sherman of Newark to Mr. Donald Cole, also of this village, took place on Thursday evening, March 3rd, at the Methodist parsonage in Savannah, Rev. Howland officiating. The attendants were Anna Fox and Lloyd Hurcruff, both of Newark.

Mr. and Mrs. Cole are well-known here, the bride being employed at the Reed Mfg. Co. office and the groom being also an employe of that company.

The pre-nuptial events included showers given by Mrs. Louise Rogers and Glenna Smith of Newark and Miss Marion Boehmler of Lyons.

After April 1st Mr. and Mrs. Cole will be at home at 18 1/2 Mason street. -Newark Courier.



From the Clyde Herald, unknown date April 1921

Godfrey-Syron

Miss Hazel Godfrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Godfrey of this village, and Kenneth Basil Syron, two well known and deservedly popular young folk, were married in the Clyde Methodist church at 2 o'clock last week Thursday afternoon, Rev. Howard L. Rixon, pastor of the North Rose M. E. Church, officiating for Rev. W. W. Lane, who was ill.

The bridal couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Malchoff of Galen. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom attended the ceremony. The bride wore a traveling suit of blue cloth with hat to match.

Following a trip to Utica, Mr. and Mrs. Syron will make their home in the Lape house on Caroline stret.



From The Clyde Herald, unknown date April 1921

Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Theda Mae Sickmond, daughter of Mrs. C. H. Tuck of this village, to Grant Douglass of Wolcott. The ceremony will take place at 1 o'clock Wednesday, April 20th, at the home of the bride's parents on Galen street.



Contributed by Darwina Michael, Coordinator, Ontario County NYGenWeb.

From Geneva Gazette, 24 August 1894

Two children have recently been divorced by Judge Rumsey -- Byron Davis of Clyde and Nettie Taylor of Savannah. They were clandestinely married in Seneca Falls over a year ago. Both ran away from their respective homes. The boy was 15 years of age and his wife 14 years. After the nuptial knot has been tied, Davis took his wife to his father's home in Clyde and there they lived for a long time, the boy working behind the bar, the girl in the kitchen. Finally the parents applied for a divorce and Judge Cowles did the business. The divorce is granted on the ground that both were minors and not competent to sustain marriage relations.

From Geneva Gazette, 29 December 1893

Mrs. Wm. R. Dryer of Palmyra has obtained a divorce from her husband on the statutory ground. The couple were married in 1875 and separated in 1887. Mr. Dryer formerly hailed from Victor, and we believe is a son of the late Wm. C. Dryer.



From "Rome Citizen Marriages in 1846", on the Oneida County NYGenWeb site.
TREDWAY - TAFT In Lyons, Wayne Co., New York, on September 30, 1846, Mr. ALFRED TREDWAY, to Miss ELIZABETH S., daughter of Newell Taft, Esq., all of that place. (RCOct06/1846)



From the Lyons Advertiser, unknown date in 1840 (Lyons NY)

MARRIED- In this village, on Thursday morning last, by the Rev. Mr. Baker, Mr. ISRAEL B. LOVEJOY, to MISS MARY B. HILL, both of Lyons.



From The Clyde Eagle, July 18, 1844

Married.

In this village, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. O. Morton, Mr. William QUEREAU, of Sterling, Cayuga co., to Mrs. SABRA LEWIS, of Galen.

In Sodus, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. John Shaw, Mr. ABRAM PARRISH, to Miss JANE, daughter of ALANSON M. KNAPP, Esq., all of Sodus.



From The Clyde Eagle, unknown date in Dec. 1845 or Jan. 1846

Married.

In Galen, on the 25th inst., by J. S. Lamoreaux, Esq., Mr. HUGH D. THORN, of Junius, and Miss ELEANOR REYNOLDS of the former place.

In this town, on the 25th inst., by the Rev. W. R. Webb, Mr. PROSPER S. SLOAN to Miss FRANCES THOMAS, all of Galen.



From The Clyde Eagle, November 21, 1846

MARRIED

In Clyde, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Latimer, Mr. Volney Tolls and Miss Martha Ann Cook all of this county.

On the 9th inst., by J.S. Lamoureaux, Esq., Mr. Charles Relph, of Buffalo, and Miss Eliza Sly, of Galen.

On the 15th inst., by the same, Mr. Thomas McInstee, and Miss Mahalah Wilkinson, both of Galen.



From The Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate, VOLUME VI [New Series], No. 1, Saturday, January 3, 1835, Page 24 (Utica, N.Y)

Marriages

At Newark, on the 1st inst., by Rev. O. Whiston(?) Mr. GARRAT HOUSE, to MISS JULIA ANN MOORE, both of Virgil.

In Rose, on the 1st inst., by Rev. T. C. Eaton, Mr. EDWARD D. LAMPSON, to MISS BARBARA PHILLIPS.

In Butler, on the same day, by the same, Mr. ALLEN I. WILSON, to Miss MARGARETTA SMITH.



From The Savannah Times, Friday, March 29, 1918, front page.

WETHEY - FOSTER NUPTIALS

M. Elizabeth Wethey and Roland S. Fos-
ter were Married at the Bride's
Home Saturday Evening.

A quiet, but pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Wethey on Wellington Ave. Saturday evening when their only daughter, Marth Elizabeth, was united in marriage to Roland Stearns Foster by Rev. F.A. Storer, pastor of the Congregational church. The bride was attired in the wedding dress worn by her mother of white brocaded satin. She was attended by her friend, Miss Leona Bacon, who wore a pink silk dress with silver trimming. Miss Marjorie Streeter of Wolcott, a cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. The groom was attended by his friend, George Aikens of South Butler.

As the bridal party entered the parlor Miss Florence Foster, a sister of the groom, played Mendelsohn's wedding march. The ceremony was performed in the presence of about 35 guests, who were immediate relatives or close friends of the contracting parties. Following the wedding service a wedding dinner was served, after which the newly married couple left on an evening car for a trip to New York City amid showers of rice and good wishes from their friends.

Both Mr. and Mrs. Foster are two prominent young people of Savannah. They are members of the Congregational church and are active members of the choir in that church. Mrs. Foster graduated from Savannah High School last June and has taught school since that time. She is an accomplished and talented young woman and one of the most popular and best liked girls of Savannah.

Upon the return from their wedding trip the young couple will make their home with the groom's mother on Seneca St.


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Items Taken from the Times Ten Years Ago.
March 27, 1908

Estella Lanning and Fred Noble were recently married and will reside near Clyde.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Laird celebrated the 50th anniversary of their marriage March 20th. [this marriage would have taken place in 1858]



From the Western Argus, unknown date late 1834 (Lyons NY)

MARRIED -In this village, last evening, by Rev. L. Hubbell, WILLIAM VOORHIES, Esq. to Miss AURILLA SMITH, all of this village.



From the Western Argus, November 19, 1834 (Lyons NY)

MARRIED - In this village, on Wednesday evening last, by Rev. L. Hubbell, Mr. ANSON LEACH to Miss RUTH ANN ROYS, all of this place.
[The printer's fee was received.]

In this town, on the 13th inst. by the same, Mr. WILLIAM H. MILLER to Miss JULIA ANN AGINS.



From the Lyons Gazette, Feb. 5, 1851

MARRIED.

In Rose, on Wednesday, the 22nd inst., by Rev. Mr. Peck, Mr. WILLIAM H. GATSWOLD to SARAH, daughter of James Colburn, all of Rose.

In Galen, on the 23d inst., by Rev. C. G. Ackley, Mr. GEO. C. BOCKOVEN to Miss MARY ASHFORD, all of Galen.



From the Clyde Democratic Herald, date unknown, 1893 or 1894

James Schemerhorn of Port Byron, and Miss Effie M. Blanshan, of Tyre, were united in marriage, at the home of the bride's parents, on Wednesday afternoon Jan. 26th at 3 o'clock p. m. Rev. David Kepp officiated.



Wayne County couples found among the "Marriage Records from the Book of Rev. Jonathan Benson", as published by Janet Wethy Foley in Early Settlers of New York State, Mar. 1936:

18 May 1843
Homer DANFORTH, 32 yr, Williamson and Sarah Ann WESTBROOK, 20 yr, Sodus.

22 Jul 1847
Dennis MOSES, 29 yr, Lyons and Pama FETTERS/FELLERS, 28 yr, Sodus [NOTE: correct surname is FELLERS]

25 Nov 1847
Henry WEAVER, 43 yr, Sodus and Betsey Ann McMULLIN, 37 yr, Sodus

23 Dec 1847
William FIELDS, 28 yr, Sodus and Emily TUCKER, 24 yr, Sodus

20 Feb 1848
Joseph Van MURTEN/MARTIN, 25 yr, Lyons and Loisa (sic) Jane JOHNSON, 23 yr, Sodus

31 May 1848
Levi M. GAYLORD, 24 yr, Sodus and Helen MILLER, 18 yr, Sodus




Wayne County couples "copied from Moors (sic) Rural New Yorker" by Mrs. Snell of Rochester..." as published by Janet Wethy Foley in Early Settlers of New York State

9 Jan 1856
David S. BURTON, Macedon, Wayne Co., N.Y. and E. Augusta WAITE, youngest dau of Benjamin G. Waite, Springwater, N.Y., by Rev. William Hunger, in the Presbyterian Church at Springwater, N.Y.

10 Dec 1856
Joseph H. REYNOLDS of Galen and Phoebe B. ALLEN, dau of George Allen of Farmington, by Rev. Horace Eaton of Palmyra in Farmington.




"Some Early Marriage from the Records of the Methodist Church at Hudson, N.Y." as published by Janet Wethy Foley in Early Settlers of New York State

12 Nov 1836
BROCKWAY, Alva, Palmyra, and Margaret SALPAUGH




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