Jay County Newspaper Articles
Clipping hand dated Sun, Oct 31, 1943
To Celebrate Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Grady
Dunkirk, Ind., Oct 29 - Mr. and Mrs. William F. Grady, of northeast of Dunkirk,
will observe their Golden Wedding anniversary with a family dinner and open
house at their home Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6 o'clock. They were
married a the Immaculate Conception Church in Portland
and have spent their entire married life in this community.
Mrs. Grady is the daughter of William J. and Mary (Haynes) Rook, and was born in
Pennville. She was one of a family of seven children, 5 daughters and 2
sons. Mr. Grady was born in Union City.
His parents were Patrick and Bridge (Mannix) Grady. This family consisted
of seven children. He was a farmer and road superintendant several years,
before his retirement five years ago. Politically Mr. Grady is a Democrat.
They are members of the Saint Mary's parish in Dunkirk.
Grady family consisted of seven children, namely: Francis S., William J., and
Mrs. Samuel A. Smith, all of Indianapolis;
Patrick L. of Redkey and Mrs. Edward Chandler of Dunkirk,
Joseph, at home, and one son, Michael, deceased. Two grandsons, Richard B.
Grady in the U.S. Army Air Corps and stationed at University of Tennessee, and
Patrick L. Grady, U.S. Navy Seabees, Purdue University at Lafayette.