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PENNFIELD PARISH MARRIAGES
Update March 23, 2012
Transcribed by G. Christian Larsen

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m. 29th ult., Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. A. McLean, George THOMPSON, Esq., merchant (St. John) city / Phoebe WRIGHT fourth d/o late Joshua KNIGHT of former place.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - January 7, 1826.

m. 1st inst, by Rev. S. ?, John RAYMOND / Miss Eliza BLACK both of Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - October 10, 1835.

m. 17th ult., by Rev Alexander McLean, William DOUGLAS, Esq. of Chamcook Island (Charlotte Co.) / Isabella HUNTER d/o late Mr. HUNTER of Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - June 22, 1837.

m. Eastport (Maine, U.S.) by Jery Burgin, Esq., Aaron A. CROSS of Beaver Harbour (Charlotte Co.) / Miss CUREN of Eastport; John H. OXFORD / Miss Elizabeth Jane COOK, both of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - November 25, 1837.

m. Thursday 31st ult., by Rev. MacLean, Hiram HANSON, St. Patricks (Charlotte Co.) / Mary Ann YOUNG, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Gleaner and Northumberland Schediasma (Chatham, NB) - February 2, 1839.

m. Saint John, 31st ult., by Rev. William Andrew, John B. ARBUCKELL, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Mrs. Jane PATTERSON, Portland parish (St. John).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - April 13, 1839.

m. 26th ult., by Rev. Samuel Robinson, Woodward CROSS / Miss Martha ELDRIDGE both of Beaver Harbour (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - October 5, 1839.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 18th inst., by Rev. Samuel Robinson, Christopher DeLUE (St. John) city / Miss Mary J. HAWKINS, Pennfield Parish.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - February 29, 1840.

m. Pennfield, Charlotte Co., 15th inst., by Rev. Samuel Thompson, Rector of St. George, William BOYD / Miss Margaret GILLESPIE both of former place.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - December 24, 1840.

m. 16th inst., by Rev. S. Robinson, John TATTON of Pennfield parish, Charlotte Co. / Miss Racheal Ann DRUGAN of same place.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - August 21, 1841.

m. 11th ult., by Rev. Samuel Thomson, Rector St. George, Isaac JUSTISON, Pennfield parish, Charlotte Co. / Miss Jane HAWKINS same place.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - December 10, 1841.

m. Same day, by same, Edward JACK / Miss Mary TATTON both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - November 8, 1843.

m. St. George's Church, Carleton (St. John), 7th inst., by Rev. F. Coster, Joshua KNIGHT, Esq. of Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Rachael Ann WETMORE youngest d/o Josiah WETMORE, Esq.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - December 23, 1843.

m. Same day, by same, John MUNSON, St. George (Charlotte Co.) / Miss Jane OSBURN, Pennfield.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - December 28, 1844.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 9th inst., Ebenezer SPINNEY, Jr., St. George / Miss Mary Jane WILSON, Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - December 11, 1844.

m. (Charlotte Co.), 19th ult., by same, John MUNSON, St. George / Miss Jane OSBORN, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Head Quarters (Fredericton, NB) - January 1, 1845.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 20th ult., by Rev. S. Thomson, Samuel G. ANDREWS, Esq., Barrister at Law / Susan KNIGHT eldest d/o Joshua KNIGHT, Esq., Pennfield.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - March 15, 1845.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) Thursday by Rev. Samuel Thomson, William BLADES, Pennfield / Miss Margaret MULLIN, Dipper Harbour (St. John).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - April 9, 1845.

m. St. Andrews (Charlotte Co.) 10th inst., by Rev. John Ross, James BROWN, St. Patrick, Teacher / Miss Martha OSBORNE, Pennfield.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (September 19, 1846).

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 23rd ult., by Rev. Samuel Thomson, Robert GILLESPIE, St. David / Miss Jane CARLISLE, Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - December 1, 1847.

m. 13th inst., by Rev. Samuel Thomson, Elias CROSS / Mrs. Mary Jane TRAYNOR, both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - January 26, 1848.

m. 15th inst., by same, John ARMSTRONG / Miss Amy MUNRO, both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - January 26, 1848.

m. Monday 29th ult., by Rev. J.M. McGivern, John HAMILTON, St. George parish (Charlotte Co.) / Mary RUTHERFORD, Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - October 16, 1850).

m. 20th inst.,by Rev John McGivern, Benjamin JACK, St. George parish (Charlotte Co.) / Elizabeth GUTHRIE, same place.
SOURCE: Weekly Chronicle (Saint John, NB) - October 25, 1850.

m. 1st inst., Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by same, Thomas M. SPEARS / Elizabeth RODGERS both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) -January 7, 1854.

m. 18th inst., Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. J. McGivern, John H. SAY, Fredericton (York Co.) / Elizabeth TATTON, Pennfield.
SOURCE: Weekly Chronicle (Saint John, NB) - June 3, 1854.

At residence of bride's father, Studholm (Kings Co.), Stephen S. OGDEN, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Miss Mary E. MARR, Kings Co.
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - Aug 3, 1855.

m.. 4th inst., Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. J. McGivern, Tobias G. MEALY, merchant / Miss Catherine PRESCOTT, both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - November 14, 1855.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 23rd ult., by Rev. J. McGivern, Henry JACK / Miss Elspit HUNTER both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - August 6, 1856.

m. 7th inst., Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. McGivern, Alfred SPINNEY / Catherine Ann McPIKE both of that parish.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - October 21, 1857.

m. Carleton (St. John) Thursday 22nd inst., by Rev. Richard Smith, John SULLIVAN, dealer in provisions in this city / Naomi E.B. POOLE d/o Capt. Ebenezer POOLE of Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: New Brunswick Courier (Saint John, NB) - Apr 24, 1858.

m. 3rd Dec., by Rev. John Ross, William McDOWELL, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Miss Mary REID, St. Patrick.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - December 8, 1858.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 22nd ult., by Rev. S. March, John MARCH, Jr. (St. John) city / Miss Mary Elizabeth BUCKNAM, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Head Quarters (Fredericton, NB) - April 6, 1859.

m. 30th ult., St. George (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. Wm Bennett, Robert DUNBAR / Miss Jane CRICKETT both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - December 16, 1859.

m. 19th ult., by Rev. S. March, Thomas BOTHWICK, Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.), / Miss Mary Jane CHADBURN, St. George.
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - November 8, 1861.

m. Beaver Harbour (Charlotte Co.), 8th inst., by Rev. A. Taylor, George DICKSON / Miss Mary Jane CROSS, all of Pennfield.
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - April 25, 1862.

m. Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) 28th Sept., by Rev. F. Babcock, Capt. Elias WRIGHT / Justin second d/o Capt. Louis HOLMES, all of that place.
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - October 27, 1865.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 6th inst., by Rev. J. Home, E.C.S., Robert CLUFF / Miss Elizabeth JUSTISON, all of Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - December 13, 1865.

m. Beaver Harbour, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 4th inst., by Rev. F. Babcock, Wm WILSON, Campobello / Miss Abigail CALDER, Pennfield.
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - February 16, 1866.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 4th inst., by Rev. F. Babcock, Chas. BROWN, Campobello / Miss Jane MUNROE, Pennfield.
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - February 16, 1866.

m. 3rd inst., by Rev. Samuel Robinson, Capt. Lewis CROSS / Miss Julia Ann GREEN, both of Beaver Harbour (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - May 10, 1866.

m. Eastport, Maine, 29th July, James A. SANDERSON, Rector of Christ Church, William MEALEY, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Miss Anna Maria CONIFF of Machias.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - August 4, 1866.

m. At the minister's residence, 122 Germain St. (St. John) by Rev. I.E. Bill, John H. WARNOCK, Carleton / Miss Isadore M. PAUL, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Religious Intelligencer (Saint John, NB) - February 8, 1867.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 15th inst., Baptist Meeting House, by Rev. Wm L. Hopkins, James H. DELUE / Miss Sarah Jane POOLE both of same place.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - September 26, 1867.

m. Thursday 28th ult., by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, Rector of St. George & Pennfield, at residence of bride's father, Margaret d/o William CRICKETT, Pennfield / Robert SHAW, Lepreau.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - June 3, 1868.

m. Baptist Parsonage, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 26th ult., by Elder Hopkins, Edward BOWDEN / Miss Mary CRAIG both of St. George.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - August 6, 1868.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 2nd inst., by Elder Hopkins, Eric H. McKAY, St. George / Miss Lucy Ann JACK, Pennfield.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - August 6, 1868.

m. Baptist Parsonage, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 4th Sept., by Elder Hopkins, Allen HAWKINS / Miss Harriet PAUL both of Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - September 17, 1868.

m. Baptist Meeting House, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 22nd Nov., by Rev. Wm L. Hopkins, Hugh A. McKENZIE, St. George parish / Miss Louisa E. BUCKNAM, Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - December 3, 1868.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 10th inst., by Elder William L. Hopkins, Edmond HENDERSON / Miss Elizabeth HENDERSON both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - January 21, 1869.

m. Eastport, Maine, 23rd June, by Rev. W. Stearns, Sylvanus WENTWORTH of E. / Miss Clara TATTON, Pennfield, N.B.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - July 8, 1869.

m. Baptist Parsonage, St. Andrews, by Rev. I.E. Bill, Jr., Hillman HANSON / Miss Mary Elizabeth DELUE, all of Charlotte Co.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - December 30, 1869.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 2nd inst., by Rev. W.L. Hopkins, J.L. HANSON, St. Andrews / Miss H.A. POOL, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (Saint John, NB) - October 6, 1870.

m. 21st ult., by Elder W.L. Hopkins, at residence of bride's father, John JUSTASON / Miss Catherine McFARLIN both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - June 15, 1871.

m. 8th Oct., by Elder Hopkins, Thomas JUSTASON / Miss Ester HATT both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - December 28, 1871.

m. 7th inst., by Elder Hopkins, Isaac YOUNG / Miss Susan JUSTASON both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - December 28, 1871.

m. 14th inst., by Elder Hopkins, Caleb JUSTASON / Miss Abba HOLMES both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - December 28, 1871.

m. 24th Nov., Christ Church, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, Rector, William J. CRICKETT / Jerusha WADLIN both of Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - December 31, 1872.

m. Christ Church, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 6th inst., by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, Rector, John McWHINNEY, St. Patrick parish / Elizabeth GILLESPIE, Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - January 9, 1873.

m. Campobello, 8th inst., by Rev. Edmund Doyle, P.P., St. George, Charles MULHOLLAND / Miss Catherine DOON.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Standard (St. Andrews, NB) - July 16, 1873.

m. At residence of the bride, Black's Harbour (Charlotte Co.) 18th inst., by Rev. C.F. Clarke, Miss Isabell HAWKINS / John THOMPSON, both of above place.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St.. Stephen, NB) - August 28, 1873.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 20th Oct., by Rev. C.F. Clarke, Peter J. TARNEY, Pennfield / Miss Amanda C. SCOTT, same place.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 4, 1873.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 18th Nov., by Rev. C.F. Clarke, Samuel WORT, Carleton (St. John) / Miss Elizabeth JACKSON, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 4, 1873.

m. By Rev. C.F. Clarke, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 1st May, James DIXON / Miss Ella TRYNOR both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: Watchman (May 22, 1875).

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 28th March, by Rev. C.F. Clarke, James PHILLIPS / Miss Hannah JUSTASON, both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: Watchman (Saint John, NB) - May 22, 1875.

m. By Rev. M.J. Stewart, St. George (Charlotte Co.) 8th inst., Howard TRYNOR, Pennfield / Sarah ELDRIDGE, same place.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB)  - July 17, 1878.

m. Bay Side (Charlotte Co.) 21st inst., by Rev. Wm Millen, Samuel J. POOLE, Pennfield / Lizzie D. JACKSON fourth d/o James JACKSON, Esq., Baillie, St. James.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - August 29, 1878.

m. Hall's Harbor, N.S., Monday eve., by Rev. Sydney Welton, Capt. Chas. A. WADLIN, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) N.B. / Miss Lizzie J. PAUL, same place.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - January 1, 1879.

m. At residence of bride's father 4th inst., by Rev. Edward Hickson, M.A., Albert LOCKETT, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Miss Alice CLARKE, Carleton (St. John).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - May 7, 1879.

m. St. Patrick R.C. Church, St. George (Charlotte Co.) 17th inst., by Rev. Doyle, Peter BOYLE, Chance Harbor / Miss Alice DOON, Deadman's Head, Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - November 20, 1879.

m. Easter Sunday, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. Ronald E. Smith, Rector of Christ Church, Hugh GILLESPIE / Miss Ellen GAGE.
SOURCE: The Daily Sun (Saint John, NB) - April 1, 1880.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 10th inst., by Rev. W.J. Stewart, Rev. James TRIMBLE / Miss Lydia HOLMES, Portland (Maine).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - February 16, 1881.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. E. Doyle, Peter WALLACE / Georgia Ann THOMPSON, both of Black's Harbour.
SOURCE: Daily News (Saint John, NB)  - November 18, 1881.

m. 10th inst., at minister's residence, by Rev. James Trimble, Charles CONELY / Madaline M. CHAFEY, both of West Isles (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - November 23, 1881.

m.23rd ult., by Rev. Canon Ketchum, D.D., Jas. McLOWELL, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Maggie ROSS eldest d/o Wm ROSS of Town of St. Andrews.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - December 1, 1881.

m. At home of bride's parents, Bocabec (Charlotte Co.) 25th ult., by Rev. Wm Wass, Wm N. BUCKNAM, Pennfield / Rachel HANSON third d/o Jeremiah HANSON, Esq.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - January 2, 1882.

m. R.C. Church, St. George (Charlotte Co.) 16th inst., by Rev. E. Doyle, Louis O'CONNOR, Black's Harbour / Miss Jane GILLIS, P.E.I.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - April 22, 1882.

m. At residence of bride's father, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 25th April, by Rev. A.N. Roscoe, Ervin S. HUBBARD, Holden, Mass. / Miss Sarah E. PRESCOTT.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - April 28, 1882.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 26th March, by Rev. A.N. Roscoe, William JOHNSTON, Beaver Harbour / Miss Jennie WADLIN, same place.
SOURCE: Christian Visitor (Saint John, NB) - May 10, 1882.

m. St. Dunstan's Church, Fredericton, Wednesday 10th inst., by Rev. J.C. McDevitt, John DOON, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Mary HAYES third d/o James HAYES, St. Mary's (York Co.)
SOURCE: The Fredericton Evening Capital (Fredericton, NB) - January 11, 1883.

m. At residence of bride's mother, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 28th ult., by Rev. R. Anderson, assisted by Rev. Johnson, Charles M. GILLESPIE / Miss Maggie HANSON, both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (December 5, 1883).

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 26th ult., by Rev. E. Doyle, Robert RADLEY, St. George / Miss Annie DALEY, Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - March 6, 1884.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 25th ult., by Rev. J. Trimble, Henry MEATING / Miss Emma McMASTER.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - July 3, 1884.

m. Grand Manan (Charlotte Co.) 26th ult., by Rev. Wm Downey, Jerome DAGGETT, Grand Manan / Annie McDOWELL, Pennfield Parish.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - November 14, 1884.

m. At residence of bride's father, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 10th inst., by Rev. F.D. Davison, George MEALY, Lepreau / Agnes DUNBAR d/o Robert DUNBAR.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - December 12, 1884.

m. At house of bride's mother, 24th inst., by Rev. Wm Millen, John A. TATTON, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Miss Eliza Ann REID, Waweig.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - January 15, 1885.

m. Eastport, Me., 27th Feb., by Rev. Charles F. Whitcomb, Leonard C. McCARTHY, Eastport / Miss Lena L. JUSTISON, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - March 19, 1885.

m. Christ's Church, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) Wednesday 18th inst., by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, A.M., dean rural, James McKAY, Esq., collector H.M. Customs, St. George / Ellen GILLESPIE d/o James GILLESPIE, Esq., Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - March 19, 1885.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) 28th ult., by Rev. Ronald E. Smith, rector, Charles M. GILLESPIE / Miss Maggie J. HANSON, both of Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - November 4, 1886.

m. At residence of bride's father, St. Stephen (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. R.M. Hunt, Winnfield POOLE, Pennfield / Miss Ermina HUGHES, St. Stephen.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - March 11, 1887.

m. 1st inst., at residence of H. WASSON by Rev. H.P. Cowperthwaite, William N. HAWKINS, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Selina E. BREWSTER. Beaver Brook (Albert Co.).
SORUCE: The Daily Sun (Saint John, NB) - June 3, 1887.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 25th ult., by Rev. Ranald F. Smith, rector, Wm H. AKERLY / Maggie BOYD only d/o Robert BOYD, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - July 4, 1887.

m. Baptist Church, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 16th inst., by Rev. A.E. Ingram, Wilfred L. EATON, Milltown / Miss Alice PRECOTT, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - August 22, 1887.

m. Carleton Methodist Church, 29th inst., by Rev. T. Marshall, Millen W. McDOWELL / Miss Florence L. HUNTER, both of Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. John Globe (Saint John, NB) - October 31, 1887.

m. Christ Church, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 16th inst., by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, rector, George ADAMS / Alice J. CRICKARD, both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB)  - November 21, 1887.

m. Boston, 12th inst., Harvard St. Baptist Church, by Rev. J.H. Gunning, W.T. MAUDE, Fall River / Annie HAWKINS, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) N.B.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - January 27, 1888.

m. At residence of Andrew B. CROSS, St. Stephen (Charlotte Co.) 22nd Oct., by Rev. R.W. Weddall, John JOHNSTON, Pennfield / Caroline JORDAN, Upper Mills.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 25, 1888.

m. Rev. James Trimble recently united in marriage H. WRIGHT and Miss JOHNSON, both of Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - February 28, 1889.
TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE: This is Herbert A. Wright and Rachel A. Johnson.

m. Eastport, Maine, 19th Feb., by Rev. A.J. Hughes, Charles W. SCOTT, Tiverton, N.S. / Miss Annie BARRY, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Bay Pilot (St. Andrews, NB) - March 7, 1889.

Albert CROSS, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) and Miss Maud McNICHOL of L'Etete, were united in marriage Sunday 28th ult. The ceremony was performed at the residence of H. ELDRIDGE by Rev. C. Rideout.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - May 2, 1889.

m. At the parsonage, Central Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 20th inst., by Rev. C.S. Stearns, Fulton CROSS, Beaver Harbor / Miss Margaret M. URQUHART, St. John city.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - October 29, 1889.

m. At residence of bride's father, April 23, by Rev. C.S. Stearns, Wm N. GREARSON, manager of granite works, Williamstown, Vermont / Clara N. CROSS d/o George Y. CROSS and Alice CROSS, Beaver Harbor.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - May 7, 1890.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) May 7, by Rev. James Trimble, Frederick JUSTISON / Minnie A. FRASER, both of Charlotte Co.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB)  - June 18, 1890.

m. Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) July 16, by Rev. C.S. Stearns, Thomas W. HOLMES, Beaver Harbor / Emma ROBINSON, Grand Manan.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - August 21, 1890.

m. Central Pennfield, Aug. 4, by Rev. James Trimble, Thomas E. LEE / Ella May HANINGTON, both of St. George parish (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - September 3, 1890.

m. At the Rectory, St. George, 24th ult., by Rev. R.E. Smith, B.D., Rector, Douglas SPINNEY / Maggie TRYNOR, both of Pennfield parish (Charlotte Co.),
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - October 9, 1890.

m. Eastport, Me., Dec. 21, Christ Episcopal Church, by Rev. J. Dinsey, John B. SPEARS, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Annie A. FERNALD, Eastport.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - Jan 1, 1891.

m. At residence of bride's father, Pennfield Ridge (Charlotte Co.) Dec. 17th, by Rev. John Hawley, assisted by Rev. John Turnbull, Darius HYSLOP, St. David Ridge / Martha McDOWELL youngest d/o John McDOWELL, Esq.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - January 1, 1891
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m. Baptist Parsonage, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) Dec. 15, by Rev. C.S. Stearns, Wilmot A. JUSTASON / Mary E. JUSTASON, all of Pennfield.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - January 14, 1891.

m. Central Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) March 12, by Rev. James Trimble, George HOLMES / Maria SWIFT, both of Eastport, Me.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - March 25, 1891.

m. Central Pennfield, by Rev. James Trimble, June 20, Samuel DOHERTY / Mrs. Harriet LEE, both of Elmcroft (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - July 1, 1891.

m. Methodist Parsonage, St. Stephen, 21st inst., by Rev. W. Penna, John I. CLOUGH / Annie W. SMITH, both of Eastport, Me.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - November 26, 1891.
TRANCRIBER'S NOTES: John I Clough was born in Pennfield to Robert J Clough & Sarah Elizabeth Justason.

m. Dec, 24, at the residence of the officiating minister, by Rev. G.A. Hartley, Sidney MONROE, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) / Laurena TATTON, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - January 7, 1892.

m. Central Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. James Trimble, 28th Aug., Alonzo LEE / Caroline HANINGTON, both of Lee, St. George Pt.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - September 7, 1892.

m. Methodist Parsonage, St. Andrews, 7th inst., by Rev. S.H. Rice, David JOHNSON, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) / Miss Florence CAVANAGH, Upper Mills.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - September 15, 1892.

m. Central Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) Sept. 12, by Rev. James Trimble, William B. CHAMBERS / Catherine DORTY, both of St. George parish.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - September 21, 1892.

m. Pennfield, Sept. 28, by Rev. J. Trimble, Ham LEE / Ella ESSENSA.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB)  - October 5, 1892.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) - We have had no less than three weddings here this past week. Robert WILCOX, Scotch Settlement to Miss Margaret MATTHEWS, L'Etete by Rev. H.E.S. Maider at the Kelman Hotel, Monday 21st.; James McGARRIGLE, Pennfield / Miss Katy SPIRES, L'Etang; Tuesday, 22nd and John DOYLE, St. George / Miss Minnie DUNBAR, Pennfield, both by Rev. Father Laverty at the chapel.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - December 1, 1892.

m. At home of the bride's parents, Jan. 31, by Rev. F.C. Wright, Deacon Ira J. HAWKINS, Beaver Harbor Baptist Church / Annie C. JUSTASON, all of Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) N.B.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - February 15, 1893.

m. At the Baptist parsonage, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) March 1, by Rev. F.C. Wright, George H. TATTON / Matilda WRIGHT widow of Douglas WRIGHT, all of Pennfield.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB)  - March 29, 1893.

m. At home of the bride's parents, June 14, by Rev. F.C. Wright, Isaac J. JUSTASON / Edith SHAW, all of Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 22, 1893.

m. At the rectory, St. George (Charlotte Co.) Aug. 24, by Rev. R.E. Smith, Levi GOODEIL, St. George parish / Elizabeth JACK, Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - August 31, 1893.

m. At residence of officiating minister, Central Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) Oct. 29th, by Rev. James Trimble, Robinson E. LEE / Harriet CAMPBELL, St. George parish.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - November 8, 1893.

m. Central Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) 20th Sept., by Rev. James Trimble, Herbert COX / Cady HERMAN, both of St. George parish.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - November 29, 1893.

m. At residence of bride's father, Jan. 1st, by Rev. T.O. Dewitt, assisted by Rev. F.C. Wright, Capt. George F. PAUL / Mary A. ELDRIDGE, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - January 13, 1894.

m. At the bride's home, Jan. 11, by Rev. F.C. Wright, George HUTTON / Bessie HUNTER, both of Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - January 24, 1894.

Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) Jan. 15 - The noise of gun, bell and horn Thursday eve. greeted the marriage of Mr. HUTTON and Miss Bessie HUNTER. Rev. F.C. Wright performed the ceremony.
SOURCE: The Daily Sun (Saint John, NB) - January 22, 1894.

m. At the home of the bride's parents, Feb. 14th, by Rev. J.C. Wright, John McDOWELL / Margaret E. THOMPSON, both of Black's Harbor (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - February 28, 1894.

m. At the Baptist Parsonage, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. F.C. Wright, Zadock H. JUSTASON / Annie SPEAR, both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - June 7, 1894.

m. Pennfield Presbyterian Church, June 24th, by Rev. E.G. Vans, John F. ELDRIDGE, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) / Mary Clara McDOWELL, Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - July 12, 1894.

m. 23rd inst., Christ Church, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, M.A. Dean Rural, Enos JUSTASON / Mary SAYE, both of Pennfield parish.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - September 27, 1894.

m. Stanley (York Co.) Sept. 29 - On 3rd Oct., Miss Maggie DOUGLAS, teacher of Bellevue will be married to George DUNBAR, Penfield Ridge (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: The Gleaner (Fredericton, NB) - October 1, 1894.

m. St. George (Charlotte Co.) Nov. 28th, John LLOYD, Nova Scotia / Katie HARDING, Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Daily Telegraph (Saint John, NB) - February 4, 1895.

m. At home of bride's parents, Centreville, N.S., Feb. 26th, by Rev. J.W. Prestwood, Capt. Edgar WADLIN, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) N.B. / Fannie E. WARD d/o Alfred WARD, Esq.
SOURCE: Saint John Globe (Saint John, NB) - March 12, 1895.

m. Eastport, Me., March 13, by Rev. Jacob Eckstom, Benjamin CARTER / Bridget WARD, both of Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - April 11, 1895.

m. Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) March 27th, by Rev. C.B. Lewis, Elias COLLINS / Leah CLUFF, both of Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - May 23, 1895.

m. At residence of bride's mother, Wednesday morn., June 5th, by Rev. Isa Wallace, A.M., John D. WILLIAMSON, St. George (Charlotte Co.) / Lille B. POOLE youngest d/o late Deacon Enos POOLE of Pennfield.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - June 13, 1895.

m. At Trinity Rectory, St. Stephen, June 5, by Rev. T. Bryan, Thomas DAVIDSON, Harvey / Georgie A. JOHNSON, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - June 20, 1895.

m. At the residence of A. PRICE, Sussex (Kings Co.), July 23rd, by Rev. J.B. Champion, Frank ARMSTRONG, Pennfield Ridge (Charlotte Co.) / Annie ROSS, Little Salmon River, St. John.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - August 1, 1895.

Maces Bay, Oct. 3 - The quiet of our neighborhood has been broken by the peal of wedding bells in celebration of the nuptials of Ella MAWHINNEY youngest d/o Wilson MAWHINNEY and Capt. Colin McKAY, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.) The event took place Tuesday eve. Oct. 1st at the home of the bride. The bride was attended by Miss Sadie McKAY. Capt. McKay was supported by Wm MAWHINNEY, brother of the bride. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. Spike of Musquash. Mrs. McKay has been for some years past, organist in St. Thomas's church, Dipper Harbor. They have gone to Pennfield where they will make their home.
SOURCE: The Gleaner (Fredericton, NB) - October 8, 1895.

Mace's Bay (Charlotte Co.) - An interesting event took place in this neighborhood, Oct. 1st, when Miss Ella MAWHINNEY and Capt. Colin McKAY, Pennfield, were united in marriage. The bride was attended by Miss Sadie McKAY, sister of the groom. Capt. McKay was supported by W.G. MAWHINNEY, brother of the bride. The young lady for some years discharged the duties of organist in St. Thomas's Church, Dipper Harbor.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 10, 1895.

m. At the Baptist parsonage, Calais, Me. Nov. 1st, by Rev. A.J. Padelford, Thomas E. PATTERSON / Mary E. WADLIN.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Stephen, NB) - November 28, 1895.

m. At the Rectory, St. George, Nov. 27, by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, rector, Charles GOODEILL, St. George, Maggie Ellen WATERS, Pennfield (Charlotte Co.).
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - December 5, 1895.

A pleasant event was the marriage of Miss Florence BARTEAUX to Melvin ELDRIDGE, which occurred at Leonardsville, Deer Island (Charlotte Co.) morn. Feb. 26th. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Ryan of the Church of the Disciples, Lord's Cove, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John BARTEAUX, half past 8 o'clock. The bride was attended by Miss Josephine MELONE, St. Stephen. The groom was supported by Wm BARTEAUX, brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge will reside at Beaver Harbor.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (St. Andrews, NB) - March 19, 1896.

The residence of S. McKAY, customs officer, was the scene of an interesting event Wednesday morn., 3rd inst., when his eldest daugheter, Cassie J. McKAY was united in marriage to Scott E. MERRILL, barrister of St. John, N.B. Rev. R.E. Smith performed the ceremony. Miss McKay has been for some time organist in the Episcopal church.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 4, 1896.

m. At the Rectory, St. George (Charlotte Co.) 21st inst., by Rev. Ranald E. Smith, Dean Priest Sydney V. JUSTASON / Minnie B. KING, both of Pennfield Parish.
SOURCE: St. Andrews Beacon (Saint John, NB) - August 27, 1896.

m. Oct. 21st, at house of the bride's brother, Beaver Harbor (Charlotte Co.) by Rev. T.M. Munro, Charles R. TRYNOR, Pennfield Road / Euphemia ROBINSON, Beaver Harbor.
SOURCE: Messenger and Visitor (Saint John, NB) - October 28, 1896.

BATON-McADAM

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   A large number of invited guests gathered at the home of John McAdam, Pennfield Station, Wednesday, Oct. 24th, to witness the marriage of his youngest daughter, Sadie, to George Baton of Providence, R.I. The bride, who is a fair blonde, looked very pretty in a dress of white lawn with battenburg trimmings. Rev. A.D. Fraser, pastor of the Presbyterian church, tied the silken knot. The presents were numerous and gave evidence of the high esteem in which the bride is held by her many friends in Pennfield and St. George. A number of presents await them in Providence where they will in future reside.
SOURCE: Daily Sun (Saint John, NB) - November 8, 1900.

STONE-BOYD

    The home of John Boyd, Pennfield Ridge, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Monday, Oct. 29th, when his second daughter, May, was united to George Stone of Orange, Mass. The bride looked sweet and attractive, and wore a pretty travelling suit. Immediately after the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. A.D. Fraser, the happy couple boarded the train for a trip through New England States, after which they will make their home in Orange, Mass.
SOURCE: Daily Sun (Saint John, NB) - November 8, 1900.

ELDRIDGE-TURNER

   A pretty home wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Eldridge, Beaver Harbor, on Wednesday evening, Sept. 27, when Miss Ethel Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Turner, St. George, became the bride of Garnet Eldridge. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Harold A. Westrup, pastor of the Baptist Church.
    The bride, who wore a gown of white satin and lace, was attended by Mrs. Burrell Waite, sister of the groom, who was attired in gold crepe. Herbert Eldridge was groomsman.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held and was largely attended. The young couple received many beautiful and useful gifts.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 5, 1939.

DAWSON-BEST

   Beaver Harbour, Nov. 7 - On Saturday evening, November 4, at 8 o'clock.  Miss Eudora Agnes Dawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dawson, of Pleasant Ridge, was united in marriage to George Alexander Best, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Best of Beaver Harbour. Rev. Harold A. Westrup, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiated at the parsonage in Pennfield. Attending the couple were Miss Lura Best and Robert Barry.
    The bride was prettily attired in a dress of teal blue with navy accessories. Miss Best worse a dress of wine crepe with matching hat and gloves.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the groom's parents which was largely attended. The young couple received some very nice gifts. Among those from out of town who attended the reception were Lindsay Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. R. Whittier, and Mr. Nodding of Pleasant Ridge, also Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett of Saint John.
    The bride and groom are spending this week with her parents at their home in Pleasant Ridge.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - November 9, 1939.

MORSE-HAWKINS

   Beaver Harbour, Nov. 7 - A quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. H.A. Westrup, Pennfield, on Saturday November 4, at 3 p.m., when Miss Phyllis Morse became the bride of John Hawkins. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morse of White Head, Grand Manan, and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Almon Hawkins, of Beaver Harbour. They were attended during the ceremony by Miss Vera Hawkins, sister of the groom, and Walter Thompson, of Black's Harbour.
    The youthful couple have the best wishes of many friends for many years of happiness.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - November 9, 1939.

WILCOX-O'BRIEN

   St. George, Nov. 7 - A quiet wedding took place in St. Mark's Church on Friday evening, Oct. 27, when the rector, Rev. B.T. Keith, united in marriage Eileen D. O'Brien, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. O'Brien, St. George, and Leonard Wilcox, only son of Mrs. O.E. Wood Pennfield Ridge.
    The bride was dressed in a street-length dress of comet blue transparent velvet, the skirt slightly flared with bustle effect, black hat, shoes and gloves. She wore also a silver fox fur.
    They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McKay of Pennfield Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox will reside in Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - November 9, 1939.

POWELL-SELLARS

   North Pennfield, Nov. 13 - A quiet wedding took place at St. Mark's Church, St. George, on Wednesday evening, Oct. 25, when Dorothy Dorothy Sellars, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sellars, and Gordon Winston Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Powell, of Moncton, were united in marriage by the rector, Rev. Bliss T. Keith, in the presence of immediate relatives and friends.
    Miss Vera Sellars, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, while Gordon Sellars, brother of the bride, supported the groom.
    Given in marriage by her father, the bride was charmingly attired in rust crepe with navy accessories.
    Congratulations and every good wish go out to this young couple from a host of friends. They will reside in North Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - November 16, 1939.

REID-DOWE

   Pennfield, Nov. 23 - A quiet wedding was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 2 p.m. when Rev. Harold A. Westrup united in marriage Miss Irene Dowe, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Dowe of New Yarmouth, N.S., and Arthur Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reid of St. George.
    The bride was dressed in a Queen's blue crepe dress with wine coat and hat, and matching accessories. She was attended by Miss Eunice Justason of Pennfield. The groomsman was Kenneth Frazer of the 105th Battalion of St. George.
    The bride has been living with Mr. and Mrs. Barney B. Justason for several months and has made many friends here who wish the couple every happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Reid will reside in St. George.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - November 30, 1939.

ELDRIDGE-RALSTON

    Beaver Harbour, Dec. 2 - A wedding of interest to many friends took place on Nov. 24th at 11:30 a.m., when Miss Myrtle Louise Eldridge became the bride of Grover Ralston. She is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eldridge and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Ralston, who reside in Woodstock.
    Rev. Harold A. Westrup, pastor of the Baptist Church officiated at the parsonage in Pennfield where the ceremony was performed.
    The bride was attractively attired in a street length dress of royal blue taffeta with velvet turban to match. Her attendant was Mrs. Orland Wadlin who was wearing a navy ensemble, and the groomsman was Orland Wadlin.
    In the evening a reception was held at the house of the bride's parents which was largely attended. Those who served refreshments were Mrs. Leverett Bates, sister of the bride, Misses Lulu Wright, Clarice Wadlin and Barbara Eldridge.
    The young couple received a lovely array of gifts. For the present day they are residing in Beaver Harbour.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 7, 1939.

DOYLE-HATFIELD

    St. George, Dec. 5 - The Stella Maris Roman Catholic of Black's Harbour, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Thursday morning at eight o'clock when Rev. R.B. MacGillivray, with nupital mass, united in marriage, Margaret Josephine Hatfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hatfield of Reed's Point, Kings County, and Cecil Leroy Doyle, son of Mrs. Minnie Doyle and the late John Doyle of St. George.
    The bride was gowned in blue chiffon velvet with black velvet  hat and accessories and carried a white prayer-book and a pearl rosary. She was attended by Miss Marguerite Hennessey of Black's Harbour, who wore wine-colored crepe with hat and accessories of corresponding colors. James O'Neill of St. George supported the groom.
    After the ceremony the couple left by motor for points in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. On their return they will reside in St. George.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 7, 1939.

FRASER-JUSTASON

    A quite wedding was solemnized on Monday evening Jan. 29th, in the Episcopal Church at St. George when Rev. Mr. Keith united in marriage Miss Eunice T. Justason. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney B. Justason and Kenneth A. Fraser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fraser of St. George. Miss Annie Fraser and Whitman Simmons were their attendants.
    On Friday evening relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fraser gathered at the home of the bride's parents where a charivari was held. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Justason, assisted by Mrs. Everett Fraser, the bride's sisters, Mrs. John O'Neill and Miss Charlotte Justason and four cousins, Misses Althea, Vera and Lois Justason and Thelma Maxwell.
    The happy couple received some very nice gifts. Mr. Fraser had been until recently on guard duty at the Armory in St. George and belonged to the 105th Battalion and is now in Fredericton Depot District.
    Mr. and Mrs. Fraser, accompanied by Everett Fraser, motored to Fredericton on Saturday when Mr. Fraser rejoined his regiment. Mrs. Fraser is staying with her parents.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - February 8, 1940.

CALDWELL-BARCHARD

    A pretty wedding took place at 4 o'clock  last Saturday afternoon when Rev. Harold A. Westrup united in marriage Miss Beulah Alberta Barchard, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Barchard, Saint John, and Donald McLean Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Caldwell, Bristol. The ceremony was performed in Utopia Lodge, Lake Utopia, where Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Caldwell are spending the winter. Assisting Mr. Westrup was Rev. Judson Levy, Sussex, brother-in-law of the bride.
    The bride was charming in a street length gown of teal blue crepe, the bodice, sleeves and hipline being accentuated with fine tucking and having a draped neckline caught with a flower brooch. She wore a flowered toque and her other accessories were of navy blue. The couple were unattended.
    The groom's gift to the bride was a gold compact. A profusion of spring flowers made a beautiful setting for the ceremony.
    After the ceremony a buffet luncheon was served when Mrs. Allan M.A. McLean presided at the tea table. Assisting in serving were Miss Doris Barchard, Miss Katherine Duggan and Miss Ruth Welch.
    The bride and groom left later on a trip to Montreal. They will reside in Black's Harbor where the groom is employed as superintendent of the specialty plant of Connors Bros., Limited.
    The bride is a graduate of the Saint John General Hospital and also took post graduate work at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - February 15, 1940.

HOLT-JUSTASON

    A quiet wedding took place on Saturday, April 6, at the United Baptist Parsonage, Pennfieldm when Rev. Harold A. Westrup united in marriage Hazel Wilhelmina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Justason, Pennfield, and Stuart W., son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Robert A. Holt, Bocabec.
    The bride was attired becomingly in a navy tailored suit with turquoise blue hat and matching accessories. They were attended by Miss Viola and Maurice Justason, sister and brother of the bride.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - May 2, 1940.

HAWKINS-O'BRIEN

    Beaver Harbour, June 10 - A pretty wedding took place at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. H.A. Westrup, Pennfield, N.B., June 7th, at 2 p.m., when Anna Elizabeth, second eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.R. O'Brien, Beaver Harbor, was united in marriage to Donald Rupert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hawkins of Pennfield Ridge.
    The bride wore a street length dress of powder blue crepe with white lace panel extending from the Peter Pan collar to the hem-line, and fastened with small white buttons. Her hat, gloves and shoes were of white and she carried an arm bouquet of gladioli, yellow roses and lilies-of-the-valley. The couple were attended by the bride's sister, Miss Audrey O'Brien, who was wearing an afternoon dress of dove grey with rose accessories and by Kenneth Hawkins, brother of the groom.
    Shortly after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins left by motor for Bar Harbour, Me. For traveling the bride wore a navy linen dress, navy coat and hat with turquoise blue accessories.
    The couple have a host of friends who will join in extending best wishes.
    On their return the couple will reside at Pennfield Ridge, N.B.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 13, 1940.

WADLIN-ORR

    Beaver Harbour, June 24 - The marriage of Miss Jessie Helen Orr, daughter of Mrs. Jessie F. Orr, 151 Metcalf Street, Saint John, and the late John Orr, to Basil Paul Wadlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wadlin of Beaver Harbor, was quietly solemnized at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. W.U. Hatfield, pastor of Ludlow Street Baptist Church. Relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony.
    The bride wore a street-length dress of heaven blue sheer over matching satin. The bodice of the full skirt was smocked, and it had a Peter Pan collar and short puffed sleeves. Her hat was of white straw with a face veil and she wore white shoes and long white lace mitts, and carried a bouquet of briar cliff roses and pink carnations. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Frank Vanwart, as matron of honor, who was wearing a dress of figured sheer. Her corsage was Ophelia roses and she wore a white felt hat and other white accessories. Orland Wadlin was his brother's groomsman.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake surmounted by a miniature bride and groom. A silver basket of pink carnations and vases of multi-colored flowers completed the table adornment. Mrs. Vincent Logue and Mrs. Russell Codner, sisters of the bride, assisted in serving.
    The groom is a member of the R.C.N.R. The popularity of both bride and groom was evidenced by the array of silver, crystal and linen received.
    Mr. and Mrs. Wadlin will reside in Saint John for the present.
    Those from out-of-town attending the wedding were the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wadlin, and Mrs. and Mrs. Orland Wadlin of Beaver Harbor.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 27, 1940.

LEE-HEALEY

    The Episcopal  Church at Pennfield was the scene on Saturday afternoon, July 6, of the marriage of Miss Abbie Grace Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Lee of Elmcroft, to Andrew Lyall Healey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Healey, of Hampton. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father to the straits of Lohengrin played by Mrs. Frank Trynor of St. George. The bride was attired in powder blue princess style dress of street length, and wore a corsage of red roses and lily of the valley. Mrs. Chester Craig was her sister's matron of honor. She wore a frock of gray crepe with dubonet accessories and wore red roses. The groom was attended by Chester Craig. Rev. F.B. Keith of St. Marks Church, St. George, officiated. During the signing of the register a violin solo "O Promise Me" was beautifully rendered by Meyer Krutt of Boston, Mass. After the ceremony the wedding party attended a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gilmore of Bonney River.
    The happy couple left on a short trip through the Maritimes. On their return they will reside at their recently completed home in Hampton. The out of town guests were Miss Grace Campbell, Edward Paisley, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Snodgrass, all of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeSoto, and Frances Lee, of Westwood, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Myer Krutt of Boston, Mass.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - July 11, 1940.

JUSTASON-LAMBERT

    A quiet wedding took place Sunday, July 14th, at the United Church parsonage, Milltown, N.B., when Rev. A. R. McIver united in marriage Marion Gertrude Lambert, daughter of Mrs. Nellie and the late Daniel E. Lambert, of Dufferin, and John Kenneth Justason, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Justason, of Pennfield.
    The bride was charming in a street-length gown of blue sheer with white accessories. The single ring service was used. The couple were unattended. After the ceremony the young couple left by motor for a short trip through New Brunswick. The bride attended the Provincial Normal School, Fredericton, and prior to marriage was engaged in teaching in Charlotte County rural schools.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - July 25, 1940.

CHAMBERS-MURRAY

    A quiet wedding took place Thursday evening, July 11, at the Baptist parsonage, Pennfield, when Rev. Harold A. Westrup united in marriage Frances Elizabeth, younger daughter of Mrs. Lottie Murray and the late Fred Murray of Pennfield and Walter Watson, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Chambers, L'Etete.
    The bride was attired in a street-length dress of Elizabeth blue crepe with white accessories. She was attended by her cousin, Miss Marion Wells, who wore a street length dress of dusky pink with matching hat and white accessories. The groom was supported by Ross Murray, brother of the bride.
    Immediately after the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. The bride's table was centred with a tiered wedding cake, surmounted by a miniature bride and groom. Friends of the bride assisted in serving.
    The popularity of the couple was evidenced by the number of beautiful gifts received. Later the young couple left by motor for a short trip through New Brunswick.
    Mr. and Mrs. Chambers will reside in Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - July 25, 1940.

MOSES-HATT

   Black's Harbour, September 30 - A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage, St. George, on Saturday evening last when Rev. Frank Smith united in marriage Miss Lois Irene Hatt, daughter of Artemus Hatt, L'Etang, and the late Margaret Hatt, and Donald Eugene Moses, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moses, Sr., of this place. The bride looked charming in a street length dress of airforce blue crepe with wine accessories. She carried an arm bouquet of gladioli and sweetpeas. Mrs. Daniel Robinson, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and wore a street length gown of monet blue crepe with matching accessories and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. Daniel Robinson supported the groom.
    Immediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Moses motored to Black's Harbour where a reception was held at the home of the groom's parents. The house was prettily decorated for the occasion with summer flowers. The bride's table, trimmed in pink and white, was centred with a three-tiered wedding cake surmounted by a miniature bridge and groom. Mrs. Charles Bowen, Mrs. Burns Leavitt, Mrs. Alden Justason, Mrs. Stanley Clifford, Miss Madeline Bates, Mrs. Arthur Phillips and Mrs. Harry Moses, Jr. assisted in serving. The bride received many pretty and useful gifts, including linen, cut glass and silver.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 3, 1940.

CROSS-LEAVITT

Beaver Harbour news: Winston Cross, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Cross and Miss Jennie Leavitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leavitt of Canal, St. George, were married on Saturday morning, October 5th, at the Baptist Parsonage. Rev. H.A. Westrup officiated. The bride and groom were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cross. Following the ceremony they left for Grand Manan on a short trip. They will return here Thursday and a reception will be held at the home of the groom's parents on Thursday evening, October 10th.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 10, 1940.

    Beaver Harbour, Oct. 15 - A wedding of interest took place at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. H.A. Westrup, on Saturday morning, October 5th, when Jessie Mae Leavitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leavitt, St. George, became the bride of Winston Gilmore Cross, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Cross, of Beaver Harbor. There were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cross, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. The bride was prettily attired in an afternoon gown of soldier blue, with navy blue accessories. Mrs. Cross was wearing a dress of fuchsia crepe and navy hat.
    Immediately following the ceremony the bride and groom left for Grand Manan, via St. Andrews and S.S. Grand Manan. They returned here on Thursday the 10th and a reception was held in the evening at the home of groom. A large number were present to extend best wishes to the young couple. A large array of beautiful wedding gifts testified to their popularity in the community and elsewhere.
    Music was enjoyed throughout the evening. Guests were received by the groom's mother and those who assisted with the serving were Mrs. G.W. McKay, Mrs. Ernest Cross, Mrs. Harold Eldridge, Miss Frances Eldridge, Miss Lura Best and Miss Louise Maxwell.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 17, 1940.

HINCKLEY-ELDRIDGE

    Deer Island, Oct. 14 - A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McNeill of Chocolate Cove, where the mother of the bride resides, when Miss Myrna Irene Eldridge, daughter of Mrs. Flora Eldridge and the late Melvin Eldridge of Beaver Harbour, and Franklin Glazier Hinckley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hinckley were united in marriage by Rev. R.A. Colpitts, pastor of the Baptist churches of Deer Island. The bride and groom were unattended. The drawing room at the McNeill home was attractively decorated with cut flowers and autumn leaves. The single ring service was used.
    The bride was charming in a gown of soldier blue Alexandria crepe, with accessories to match. She carried a bouquet of sweetpeas tied with streamers reaching to the hem-line of her dress. Her only ornament was a string of solid gold beads, the gift of her mother-in-law, which had been worn by her on her wedding day.
    Mrs. Eldridge, mother of the bride, was gowned in blue crepe and worse a corsage of roses.
    Mrs. Hinckley, mother of the groom wore a dress of grape wine crepe and her corsage was of gardenias.
    Mrs. Gordon McNeill, aunt of the bride, was dressed in light blue crepe with embodied pockets. Her corsage was of pink roses.
    Mrs. Robert Barry of Beaver Harbour, aunt of the bride, wore a gown of dark blue lace with a corsage of red roses.
    Delicious refreshments were provided after the wedding by the bride's aunts, and were served by the Misses Hazel Haney and Elizabeth Ward, after which the bride donned a traveling costume of carbon blue Boucle with beaver trimmings and hat, shoes and bag of brown.
    Previous to her marriage the bride was tendered many social functions by the younger set in her home town where she is very popular. She received many beautiful wedding gifts from relatives and friends in Massachusetts and New Brunswick.
    Following their marriage, the happy couple left in their motor car for an extended trip to Quebec and other points of interest in Canada. The groom is a promising young attorney in Boston, Mass. After their honeymoon tour they will reside at 120 George Street, Medford, Mass.
    Out-of-town guests at the wedding included the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hinckley of Medford, Mass., Mrs. Everett Cushman of Yarmouth, Me., cousin of the bride, Mrs. Robert Barry of Beaver Harbour, and Mrs. George Pendleton of Leonardville.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 17, 1940.

CHAMBERS-MOSES

    Black's Harbour, Dec. 10 - Rev. Frank Smith recently united in marriage Florence Hattie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moses, sr., Black's Harbour, and Laurence Joshua, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chambers, St. George, in the Baptist Church, St. George.
    The bride was attired in Air Force blue with navy accessories, while her attendant wore teal blue with Air Force blue accessories. The groomsman was Lorne Seamans, St. George.
    Mr. and Mrs. Chambers have taken up residence in St. George.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 12, 1940.

    Black's Harbour - On November 23rd, Rev. Frank Smith, St. George, united in marriage Florence Hattie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moses, Sr., Black's Harbour, and Laurence Joshua, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chambers, St. George, at the Baptist Church, St. George. The bride was attired in airforce blue with navy accessories, while her attendant wore teal blue with airforce blue accessories. The groom was supported by Lorne Seamans of St. George. After spending a few days in St. Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Chambers have taken up residence in St. George.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 12, 1940.

POLK-WADLIN

    Beaver Harbour, May 26 - A marriage of interest to many friends was solemnized quietly on Saturday afternoon, May 17th, when Miss Betty Rhoda Wadlin, only daughter of Mrs. Charles Wadlin and the late Mr. Wadlin, of Beaver Harbor, became the bride of Roy Taylor Polk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Polk, of Pennfield Ridge. The ceremony was performed at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Harold Westrup, Pennfield. Mr. Westrup officiating. The attendants were Miss Laura Wright and Clifton Wadlin, brother of the bride.
    The youthful bride was attractively gowned in a dress of heaven blue sheer crepe with hat to match. Following the ceremony the happy couple left on a motor trip. They are residing at Pennfield Ridge, and have the best wishes of their many friends for many years of happiness.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - May 29, 1941.

CHAMBERLAIN-WALTON

    Black's Harbour, June 17 - A wedding of interest to many friends in various parts of the Province was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents at Frye's Island on Saturday afternoon last when Miss Rowena Marguerite Walton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walton, and Walter Wellington Chamberlain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chamberlain, Fairvale, were united in marriage. Rev. Frank Coleman, rector of the Anglican church at Minto, and cousin of the groom officiated.
    The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a street length gown of light blue alpaca with navy blue accessories and carried a bouquet of Donahue roses. She was attended by Miss Mildred Shrieves of Sussex, who wore a costume of beige crepe with harmonizing accessories and a corsage of lilies-of-the-valley. Irvine Matthews was groomsman.
    About forty-five guests were present at the reception held immediately after the ceremony. Those assisting in serving were Mrs. Norman Gillmor and Miss Frances Gillmor, Bonney River; Mrs. Russell Hooper and Miss Edna Hooper, Back Bay; Mrs. Frank Spinney and Miss Eleanor Spinney, Bliss' Island.
    Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain will reside in Pennfield for the present.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 19, 1941.

KERNIGHAN-MURRAY

    Black's Harbour, June 17 - The home of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Murray, Lorneville, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Saturday last when Rev. J. Hugh McLean, B.A., minister of the Kirk at West, Saint John, assisted by Rev. C.W. Crowe of Lorneville, united in marriage Miss Mildred Fern Murray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Murray, Black's Harbour, and Edmund Arthur Kernighan, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kernighan, of St. George. An arch of evergreen ferns and roses formed a setting for the ceremony. Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" was played by Mr. Donald McGuire.
    The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of gloria blue with matching hat and white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and ferns. She was attended by her sister, Miss Phyllis Irene Murray, who wore teal blue with white accessories. Miss Marla Murray, small sister of the bride, carried a basket of roses and ferns. Richard Morris, Black's Harbour, was groomsman.
    After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Murray. Mrs. Murray presided over the tea cups and Mrs. Marion Odell cut the three-tiered wedding cake. Those who served were Mrs. Donald McGuire, Miss Frances Murray, Miss Mary Murray, Mrs. Clifford Gaudett, Mrs. S. McAfee. Several relatives and friends of the bride and groom were present.
    Mr. and Mrs. Kernighan received many beautiful presents, including silver and cut glass. They will reside in Black's Harbour.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 19, 1941.

HILL-McGRATTAN

    St. George, N.B., August 19 - A wedding of interest to many friends in Charlotte County took place in St. George's Church, Tuesday morning, August 19th, at nine o'clock, when Rev. H.L. Coughlan, with nuptial mass, united in marriage Miss Lillian Marie, only daughter of Mrs. Josephine McGrattan and the late Charles McGrattan, and Joseph C. Hill, son of Mrs. Hill and the late John Hill, of Black's Harbour.
    The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Edmund, and wore a street length frock of powder blue crepe, made on princess lines, with navy blue velvet turban and blue suede shoes and carried a bouquet of red roses.
    The bridesmaid, Miss Jeanne McGrattan, cousin of the bride, wore a street length dress of grey crepe, made on princess lines, with a black velvet off-the-face hat and black suede shoes, and carried a bouquet of red roses.
    Kenneth McGrattan was groomsman.
    Little Jean Marie McGrattan, the bride's niece, was the flower girl and wore a pink accordian pleated taffeta dress, pink bonnet, and carried a basket of sweetpeas. Fred and Michael McGrattan, cousins of the bride, sang hymns during the mass.
    Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother. The bride's table set for eight, was covered with a lace cloth, when the three-tier wedding cake, decorated with a miniature bride and groom and pink candles in crystal holders, occupied the center of the table.
    The bride is a graduate of St. George Superior School and Woods Commercial School, New York.
    The groom a graduate of St. Joseph's University, Memramcook, is now employed on the office staff at No.2 Air Navigation School, Pennfield.
    Out of town guests attending the wedding were Mrs. John Hill and daughters, and Alton Doon of Black's Harbour, Miss Patricia MacIntyre and Gerald Curran of Saint John, and Mrs. Howard Briggs of Portland, Maine.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - August 25, 1941.

BARRY-SMITH

    St. George's Anglican Church in Allendale, Ont., was the scene of a pretty wedding on Friday evening, August 22nd, when Colonel Shirring, padre of the Fifth Armored Division at Camp Borden, united in marriage Bessie Gertrude, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, St. Stephen, N.B., and Trooper Milton Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Barry, Beaver Harbour, N.B.
    The bride was attired in navy blue crepe with hat and shoes to match and wore a corsage of pink orchids. She was attended by Miss Violet Jeremy of Barrie, Ont., attired also in navy blue. Trooper Ralph Carson of Havelock, N.B., was best man.
    The bridesmaid, Miss Jeanne McGrattan, cousin of the bride, wore a street length dress of grey crepe, made on princess lines, with a black velvet off-the-face hat and black suede shoes, and carried a bouquet of red roses.
    About fifteen guests were present who after the ceremony went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Coulson in Allandale, where refreshments were served by Mrs. Coulson and Mrs. William Preston.
    The bride and groom left on a short wedding trip to Toronto and Oshawa, taking in the Canadian National Exhibition.
    The groom is a member of the 8th P.L. N.B. Hussars, and at present is stationed at Camp Borden, Ont.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - September 4, 1941.

SHAW-JUSTASON

Pennfield news: A pretty wedding took place at the Baptist parsonage here at 7:30 when the Rev. Harold A. Westrup united in marriage Myrtle Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Justason and Jack Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hamford L. Shaw, Lakeville, Car. Co. The bride was becomingly gowned in a dress of royal blue crepe with a grey coat with matching hat and accessories. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grant. After the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's home, where a number of friends enjoyed an evening of games and music. Refreshments were served and those who assisted in serving were Mrs. Frank Grant, Mrs. George Baker and Mrs. W.S. Dines. The bride received many lovely gifts. They will reside at Pennfield. 
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - September 4, 1941.

FOSTER-INGERSOLL

Black's Harbour, Sept. 13 - A pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Ingersoll when their daughter, Frances Gertrude, was united in marriage to Hiram Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foster of Grand Harbor, N.B. Rev. H.M. DeWolfe of the Grand Harbor United Baptist Church officiated.
    The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Myrtle Ingersoll, and the groom was attended by his brother, Terrance Foster. The bride was becomingly attired in a navy blue dress with accessories to match. After the ceremony the happy couple left for Nova Scotia where they are spending their honeymoon. They will reside in Grand Harbor, Grand Manan. Every good wish for their happiness is extended by their friends.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - September 25, 1941.

HAWKINS-TURNER

Beaver Harbor, Oct. 13 - On Thursday evening, October 9th, at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Harold A. Westrup, Miss Clara Jean Hawkins, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Almon Hawkins, Beaver Harbor, became the bride of John Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Turner of Mascarene. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Irish. The bride was becomingly attired in a costume of navy blue and Mrs. Irish was also dressed in navy blue.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents when a large number attended to extend congratulations and best wishes to the young couple. For the present they will reside in Beaver Harbor.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 16, 1941.

TUCKER-LORD

Black's Harbor, Oct. 27 - The marriage of Miss Arla Lambert Lord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lord, Black's Harbour and Samuel Alexander Tucker, son of Mrs. Tucker and the late Thomas Tucker of Le Tete, was solemnized at the Calvary United Baptist Frances M. McLean Memorial Church at 2:30 on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 22, Rev. H.A. Westrup officiated.
    The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was charming in a street-length jacket frock of dusty rose "bunny" wool trimmed with appliqués of black velvet. Her hat, a wide brimmed model with shallow, pointed crown, was of black velvet, with grosgrain trim and her other accessories were black. She carried an arm bouquet of Johanna Hill roses and maidenhair fern.
    Miss Helena Lord attended her sister. She wore a long torso model of wool sheer in a light blue shade with gold buckles at neck and hipline. Her hat was a veiled bonnett of navy blue felt and her other accessories were navy blue. The bouquet she carried was of Johanna Hill roses, white carnations and baby mums.
    The groom was supported by his brother, Murray Tucker. As the bridal party entered the church, Mrs. H.A. Westrup, who presided at the organ, played the Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin" and the recessional was Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." During the signing of the register Mrs. William Cross of Beaver Harbour sang "O Promise Me."
    Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Tucker left by car from Montreal. For traveling the bride wore a coat of Delph blue wool boucle with grey squirrel trim. On their return they will take up residence here.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - October 30, 1941.

MEATING-O'BRIEN

Beaver Harbor, Nov. 3 - On October 29th at 2 p.m., Christ Church (Espicopal) Pennfield, N.B., was the scene of a quiet wedding when Wilda Kathleen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund R. O'Brien of Beaver Harbour, and Hugh Ludgate, son of Mrs. Ena Meating and the late Mr. Meating of St. George, were united in marriage. Rev. Bliss Keith, rector of the church, officiated at the ceremony in the presence of immediate relatives and a few friends. The bride looked very smart in a tailored suit, black with pencil stripe, white blouse and black hat with birdcage veil. Her other accessories were black and she carried a white prayer book and wore a corsage of sweetheart roses.
    Miss Audrey O'Brien was her sister's attendant and she wore a dress of heavenly blue wool crepe with brown accessories and her corsage was of yellow chrysanthemums.
    The groomsman was Fred Goodill of St. George.
    Mrs. O'Brien, the bride's mother, was gowned in grey wool with wine hat and wore a shoulder bouquet of mauve mums. Mrs. Meating, mother of the groom, wore a black costume with shoulder bouquet of white baby mums.
    Immediately following the ceremony a buffet luncheon was served at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was centred  with a beautiful three tiered wedding cake, topped with orange blossoms, and at each end of the table were bouquets of rose and white mums in tall vases. The living room was also decorated with fall flowers.
    At the luncheon, Mrs. Henry Faloon and Mrs. Charles Conley poured and Mrs. Donald Hawkins, Mrs. James Donley, Mrs. Thomas McDowell and Miss Helena Faloon served.
   Out of town guests included: Mrs. Wm. Hall, Fredericton; Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Sutton In- Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Sutton In-  Madeline, and son Ronald, and Miss Mildred Cameron, of Black's Harbour; Mrs. Edna Meating, Mrs. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Doyle, Marshall Stewart, Fred Goodill, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faloon, Miss Helena Faloon and Mr. and Mrs. James Donley, St. George, and Mrs. Thomas McDowell, Pennfield.
    Following luncheon the bride and groom left of a honeymoon to be spent at Lake Utopia.
    The bride is a graduate of St. George High School and the Saint John General Hospital, class of 1936, and since then has practiced her nursing profession in Fredericton and various places in Charlotte Co.
    The beautiful wedding gifts received testify to the popularity of Mr. and Mrs. Meating and the good wishes of many friends follow them to St. George, where they will reside. 
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - November 6, 1941.

JACKSON-WRIGHT

    A wedding of interest to many friends was solemnized Saturday evening, Nov. 29th, at 7 o'clock at the Presbyterian Parsonage when Rev. Robert MacLean united in marriage Madelyn Virginia, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wright, Beaver Harbor, and Albert Foster, son of Mrs. and the late Christie Jackson, of St. Stephen.
    The bride was becomingly attired in a tailored suit of navy blue with matching accessories and wore a shoulder bouquet of American beauty roses.
    She was attended by Mrs. Windsor Hanson, sister of the groom, who was gowned in a dress of fuchsia crepe with matching accessories.
   The groomsman was Windsor Hanson of Milltown.
    Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Jackson motored to the home of the bride's parents at Beaver Harbor, where a wedding supper was served. Later they left on a wedding trip though different parts of the province. On their return they will reside in St. Stephen. 
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 11, 1941.

WRIGHT-HUDSON

    Beaver Harbour, January 10 - The Baptist parsonage at Sydney, N.S., was the scene of a wedding of interest on December 19th, 1941, when Miss Mildred Lottie Hudson was united in marriage to Pte. Robert Alden Wright. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hudson of Sydney and the groom is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wright, Beaver Harbor, N.B. Rev. Neil MacLean officiated at the ceremony.
    The bride was attired in a street length dress of royal blue with corresponding accessories and her corsage was of roses. Miss Alta Cossittsage was her attendant and she was wore a dress of royal blue. The groomsman was Jack Saunders.
    Following the ceremony a wedding supper was held at the home of the bride's parents. They will reside in Sydney for the present where Pte. Wright is stationed with the New Brunswick Rangers.
    The young couple have the best wishes of friends in Beaver Harbor for many years of happiness. 
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - January 15, 1942.

GOODIELL-CAMERON

    Black's Harbour, N.B., June 23 - A wedding of interest to friends in Black's Harbour and St. George was solemnized at the Reformed Baptist Parsonage in Moncton on Saturday at 9:00 p.m. when the Rev. B.C. Cochrane united in marriage Mildred Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron of Black's Harbour and Frederick Ashton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Goodeill of St. George.
    The bride wore a street length dress of ashes of roses sheer made on graceful lines with white accessories, They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justason of Black's Harbour as witnesses.
    After a short trip the young couple will reside in Amherst, N.S., where the groom in employed in war work. 
    Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron, Stillman Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justason, and Miss Shirley Justason, all of Black's Harbour.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 25, 1942.

CHISHOLM-ALLEN

    Toronto, June 22 - Trinity College chapel was the scene of a lovely wedding Friday afternoon when Elizabeth Allardyce, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David Wesley Allen of Black's Harbour, N.B., formerly of Toronto, became the bride of Lieut. Edward Owen Chisholm, R.C.E., son of Mrs. Chisholm and the late Arthur D. Chisholm of Oakville. Rev. Canon Smith of St. Jude's Church, Oakville, officiated and Dr. Holt was at the organ throughout the service. Settings of peonies and gladioli in clusters of bridal whiteness decorated the chancel.
    The bride, given in marriage by her father, was a lovely figure in her gown of exquisite French lace into which was woven a pattern of white satin flowers and poinsettias embroidered in silver thread. It was fashioned with a tightly moulded basque bodice made with long, sheath-like sleeves and a sweetheart neckline edged with a deep, soft frill of lace. The full skirt over a rich satin underskirt swept into a circular train to the length of which fell her veil of tulle illusion caught to her head with a coronet of honniton lace. The prayer-book she carried was used by her aunt, a V.A.D. during the last war, when she was married.
    The bride's only attendant, Mrs. Peter Allen, wore a frock of petal pink crepe fashioned like the bride's, with tightly moulded basque bodice from which fell the soft gathered fullness of the skirt. She wore a large matching pink picture hat and carried a bouquet of heavenly blue delphiniums, amethyst cornflowers and pink larkspur. Staff Sergeant Laurie Chisholm, United States navy, brother of the groom, was the best man and the ushers were Peter Allen, brother of the bride, Adrian Dingle, Lieut. William D. Ramore of Vancouver and Fl./Lt. James Ross Allen, also a brother of the bride.
    The reception following the ceremony was held at Annesley Hall where the bride cut her cake with the sword which belonged to Col. George King Chisholm, grandfather of the groom. Mrs. Allen, mother of the bride, received her guests wearing a graceful gown of moonstone blue crepe, the softly draped bodice fashioned with fine tucking. A large baku picture hat, the wide brim edged with lace, in the same soft shade with a corsage of orchids, completed her costume. Mrs. Chisholm, mother of the groom, assisting with the receiving, had chosen for the occasion a gown of cloud gray lace with which was worn a toque fashioned of violets. Later the bride changed into her going-away costume, a suit dress of candleight blue crepe, the jacket accented with gay peasant embroidery. A pleated halo hat, fashioned of matching crepe with snakeskin accessories and a corsage of rubrum lilies completed her costume.
    Upon their return from a trip north the bride and groom will make their home in Petawawa. Tee bride is a graduate of Havergal college and the groom of the University of Toronto.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 25, 1942.

TUCKER-JUSTASON

    Black's Harbour, Jan. 18 - A quiet wedding was solemnized in the Reformed Baptist Church at Black's Harbour on Thursday afternoon when the Rev. H.S. Mullen, pastor of the church, united in marriage Helen Augusta, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Justason of Black's Harbour and Russell Calvin, son of Captain and Mrs. Wilfred Tucker of L'Etete.
    The bride wore a street-length dress of dawn blue velvet with hat to match and black accessories. She was attended by Miss Martha Tucker cousin of the groom, who wore a street-length dress of cinnamon brown with black accessories. Ralph Holland of L'Etete was groomsman.
    A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents where the table was covered with a linen cloth and centred with the wedding cake. The young couple received many beautiful and useful gifts conveying the best wishes of all their friends.
    The out-of-town guest were: Capt. and Mrs. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tucker, Mrs. Joseph Lasley and daughter, Maxine, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Matthews, and Miss Helen McMacken, all of L'Etete.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - January 21, 1943

BOTHWICK-HARMON

    A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harmon, March 30th at 7 o'clock when the Rev. D.S. McLeod united in marriage their eldest daughter, Nellie Priscilla to Chandler Bothwick of Pennfield. The bride was attired in a street length dress of blue silk crepe, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. She was attended by Miss Gladys Orr of Waweig. L.A.C. H.S Harmon, brother of the bride supported the groom.
    After the ceremony a reception was held. The house was tastefully decorated, the color scheme being pink and white. During the evening a buffet lunch was served to about two hundred guests and dancing was enjoyed, the music being furnished by the Black's Harbour orchestra and Owen Acheson of Elmsville. The young couple were the recipients of many lovely gifts including glass, linen, pyrex, and a sum of money. They are residing in Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - April 22, 1943.

STEWART-CAMERON

    Black's Harbour, June 7 - A wedding of interest to many friends in the Maritimes was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage in Amherst, N.S., on Sunday afternoon, May 30th, at 4:00 o'clock when the Rev. Mr. Olson united in marriage Marjorie Althea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron of Black's Harbour, and Writer Harry Perry Stewart of the R.C.N., son of Arthur W. Stewart and the late Mrs. Stewart of St. George.
    The bride wore a two-piece dress of heaven blue crepe made on tailored lines and matching hat and accessories. Fred Goodeill acted as groomsman.
    The groom attended Mount Allison Academy and Commercial Collage and was a member of the staff of the Bank of Nova Scotia at St. George. He is now stationed at naval headquarters in Halifax. The bride took a business course at The Sacred Heart Academy in Montreal and was employed at Brownsburg, Que. After a two weeks honeymoon the young couple will reside in Halifax.
    Out-of-two guests were Miss Leah Cameron, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Sutton Ingalls of Black's Harbour.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 10, 1943.

TUCKER-McFARLANE

   Black's Harbour, June 7 - Sunday evening, May 30th, after service, Rev. Ronald B. MacGillivray of the Stella Maris Church at Black's Harbour united in marriage Agnes Marie, older daughter of John McFarlane and the late Mrs. McFarlane of Black's Harbour, formerly of Cleland, Lanarkshire, Scotland, and Colin Clayton, son of Mrs. Kate Tucker and the late William Tucker of L'Etete, N.B.
    The bride wore Queen's blue two piece dress, with matching hat and accessories. She was attended by her sisiter-in-law, Mrs. James McFarlane, who wore a green street length dress with black hat and accessories. James McFarlane. brother of the bride, acted as groomsman.
    A reception was held at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Harvey Cawley, of Pennfield, N.B. After a short honeymoon, the young couple will reside in L'Etete.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 10, 1943. 

McVICAR-KENNEY

    Black's Harbour, July 18 - A wedding of interest to the many friends of the bride and groom was solemnized at the Stella Maris Church in Black's Harbour on June 28th at 8:00 a.m. when the Rev. Ronald N. MacGillivray united in marriage Frances Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kenney of Seeley's Cove, Charlotte County, and Harold John, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McVicar of St. George.
    The witnesses were Arthur H. McVicar, brother of the groom, and Miss Marion Bright, sister of the bride.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - July 22, 1943.

THOMPSON-RICHARD

    Black's Harbour, July 18 - A pretty wedding was solemnized in the Stella Maris Church at Black's Harbour at 7:00 a.m. on June 26th, when the Rev. Ronald B. MacGillivray united in marriage Marie Octavie Rita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard of Cocagne, and John A., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, of Black's Harbour.
    The bride wore Queen's blue two piece dress made on tailored lines with all-round pleated skirt, matching hat and accessories. The witnesses were Charles Thompson, brother of the groom, and Miss Emily Chaisson, both of Black's Harbour.
    For travelling the bride wore a navy suit with navy accessories. After a short wedding trip they returned to Black's Harbour to reside.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - July 22, 1943.

ELDRIDGE-SCHELL

    A wedding of much interest was solemnized in Saint George's Church, Saint John, N.B. on December 5, when Rev. W.P. Haigh united in marriage June Anne Schell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schell of Saint John and Petty Officer Eugene Maxwell Eldridge, R.C.N.V.R., son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Eldridge of Beaver Harbour.
    The bride was met at the church door by the vested choir who preceded her to the altar signing. Given in marriage by her father, the bride looked charming in a floor length gown of white brocaded satin, with sweetheart neckline caught with small clusters of orange blossoms on the shoulders. The sleeves were long tapering in points over the hands. Her veil was floor length silk net, appliqued with satin flowers on each corner. Her only ornament was a string of pearls. She carried a bouquet of American Beauty Roses, tied with a wide satin white ribbon.
    Her bridesmaid, Miss Inez Long, looked charming in a floor length gown of pale pink net over taffeta, made with tight bodice and full skirt. Her hat was a small heartshape model of pink velvet blossoms which was held in place by a wide pink velvet ribbon topped by a small navy veil. She carried a bouquet of Better Time Roses tied with a wide pink satin bow.
    Chief Petty Officer Ernest Miller of Winnipeg was groomsman.
    W. Roscoe and F. Moxey, R.C.N., also of Winnipeg were ushers.
    The guest soloist was Mrs. Fred Orr who sang "O Perfect Love," during the signing of the register.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.
    The bride's cake was the centre of attraction, a four tier cake surmounted with a miniature bride and groom under a small arch of orange blooms and bells.
    The toast to the bride was proposed by Rev. W.P. Haigh to which the groom happily responded.
    The happy couple left on a wedding trip to Montreal. For travelling the bride wore a dress of moss green wool trimmed with white angora.
    The bride and groom were the recipients of many lovely gifts.
    Many relatives of the groom of Beaver Harbour, Deadman Harbour and St. George were in attendance.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - December 30, 1943.

HATT-JUSTASON

    A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage, Pennfield at 7:30 on Saturday, Jan. 15, by the Rev. Wm. Randall when Eudora Ellison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chandler <Justason>, became the bride of Harley Hatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hatt, of Utopia. The bride was becomingly dressed in a two-piece ensemble of brown crepe with gold trimmings, brown shoes and brown and green fur hat. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hatt.
    Mrs. Hatt was dressed in turquoise blue with black accessories.
    A reception was held at the bride's home immediately after the ceremony where refreshments were served by Mrs. Carleton Justason, Mrs. Aubrey Hatt, Mrs. Maynard Campbell and Mrs. Chandler <Justason>. The bride received many useful gifts including money. After a short honeymoon the young couple will at Pennfield.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - January 27, 1944.

MEALEY-WEBB

    Saint John, Jan.23 - On January 17, at the home of the bride's mother, 89 Victoria Street, Grace Margaret, daughter of Mrs. S.C. Webb and the late Mr. Webb became the bride of Lloyd Emerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mealey, New River, N.B. Rev. John Slimon, pastor of the Main Street Baptist Church officiated. The bride was attended by Miss Aurele Wilson and Ronald A. Grant was groomsman.
    Given in marriage by her brother, D. Roland Webb, the bride was becomingly gowned in a slipper length dress of white satin, made on princess lines. Her finger tip veil was arranged from a halo effect of white satin, embroidered with crystals and seed pearls. She carried an arm bouquet of American Beauty roses and wore a string of pearls, a gift of the groom.
    The bridesmaid wore a slipper length gown of rose taffeta made on princess lines. Her halo was of pale blue flowers with matching shoulder length veil. She carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses.
    Miss Hazel Flewelling presided at the piano and during the signing of the register, Miss Marjorie Turner was guest soloist.
    The bride's mother was attired in a two-piece dress of grey crepe. The groom's mother wore a dress of air force blue.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held. The bride's table was centered with a two-tiered wedding cake surmounted with a miniature bride and groom and had also for decoration, tall ivory tapers in silver candle-sticks. Mrs. Reginald Turner, cousin of the bride and Mrs. Ronald Spear, sister of the groom poured. Girl friends of the bride served.
    Later Mr. and Mrs. Mealey left on a trip through the Maritimes. For traveling the bride donned a two-piece dress of raspberry wool with a top coat of muskrat and brown accessories. The corsage was Johanna Hill roses. On their return they will reside at New River.  
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - January 27, 1944.

WRIGHT-JUSTASON

    A quiet wedding was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage in Pennfield on Saturday evening, March 4, when the Rev. William Randall united in marriage Freda Joyce, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Justason of Black's Harbour and Ordinary Seaman Carroll Fenwick Wright of the Royal Canadian Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fenwick Wright of Beaver Harbour.
    The bride was charming in an air-force blue tailored suit of wool crepe with matching hat and veil and navy accessories. She was attended by her sister, Miss Barbara Justason, who wore a heaven blue dress in peg-top style with white lace front, halo hat to match with veil, and navy accessories. O/S Roy Best of Beaver Harbour was groomsman.
    After the ceremony the young couple left for Lubec, Maine.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - March 16, 1944.

MATHESON-PAUL

    Beaver Harbor, March 6 - A quiet wedding took place at St. George , when Rev. McDormand, pastor of United Baptist Church, united in marriage Martha Joyce, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Paul, Beaver Harbor, and Frederick, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Matheson,Back Bay, N.B.
    The bride wore a gown of royal blue crepe. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Matheson acted as witnesses.
    Later a reception was held at the home of the bride, where luncheon was served. Those who assisted in serving were Mrs. Grovenor Wright, Mrs. Norman Paul, Mrs. J. McNichol, and Mrs. Percy Eldridge.
    Many useful and pretty gifts were received by the young couple.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - March 16, 1944.

MINNIE-ANDERSON

    Pennfield, March 11 - A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Pennfield Baptist Church on Tuesday evening, March 7, at 8 o'clock when Mercedes Corinne Anderson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, of St. George, became the bride of William James Mennie, of the R.C.A., the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mennie, of Pennfield.
    Given in marriage by her brother, James Anderson, the bride wore a floor length white sheer dress over taffeta, with brocade bodice and shirred neckline, long full sleeves, white gloves and slippers and finger tip veil coronet style fastened with forget-me-nots. She carried an arm bouquet of talisman roses and wore a pearl pendant.
    She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Clifton Leavitt, who wore a floor length gown of pink net dress over taffeta and matching halo hat with gold slippers and white gloves, and by Mrs. Hazen Justason, who wore a floor length gown of sky blue sheer over taffeta with matching halo of blue flowers and shoulder length veil. Little Ruth Anderson, niece of the bridge, was flower girl. 
    The groom was supported by Ian Scoggins. L.A.C. Moore , R.A.F., furnished appropriate nuptial music.
    The ushers were Aubrey Hatt and Maynard Campbell.
    The church was prettily decorated in pink and white and the guest pews were marked with white ribbon. The bride's presents to her attendants were gold compacts and to the flower girl, a bracelet. The groom's presents to the ushers were billfolds and to the best man a leather billfold, to the organist a leather pouch.
    Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Joseph Justason. Those assisting in serving were Mrs. Afton Leavitt, Mrs. James Anderson and Miss Eldora Sherwood. The bride's mother wore a navy blue sheer over taffeta and a corsage of red roses. The groom's mother wore a navy blue crepe and a corsage of pink carnations..
    After a short wedding trip throughout New Brunswick and Nova Scotia they will reside in Pennfield. For travelling the bride wore a sky blue alpaca crepe blue cloth coat with brown squirrel collar and navy accessories. Many useful gifts of money, linen and china were received.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - March 16, 1944.

DENTON-THERIAULT

    Black's Harbour, April 14 - A quiet wedding was held at the Calvary United Baptist Church parsonage on Saturday evening, April 8th, when the Rev. Lorne K. Baker united in marriage Mrs. Ida Theriault of Black's Harbour, daughter of Mrs. and the late William Hooper of Back Bay, and Captain Edward Earl Denton, son of the late Captain and Mrs. J.S. Denton of Westport, N.S.
    The bride wore a two piece dress of navy crepe made on tailored lines with matching accessories. Stanley C. Nickerson, son-in-law of the bride and Miss Reta Denton, daughter of the groom were witnesses.
    Captain Denton is well known along the Bay of Fundy being the master of the "S.S. Connors Bros." Capt. and Mrs. Denton will reside in Black's Harbour.
    Out of town guests were Miss Reta Denton of Fox Point, N.S., and Maurice Theriault of Saint John. 
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - April 20, 1944.

GAUDETT-GREENE

    Black's Harbour, May 1 - A quiet wedding was solemnized at the Reformed Baptist Church on Wednesday afternoon, April 26th, at 3:00 o'clock, when the Rev. H.S. Mullen, united in marriage Marion Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Greene, of Black's Harbour, and George Calvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gaudett, also of Black's Harbour.
    The bride was charming in a street length dress of heavenly blue silk crepe made on tailored lines in two piece style with matching hat and white accessories and carried an arm bouquet of Better Time Roses and fern. Her attendant was Mrs. Ronald Gaudett, sister-in-law of the groom, who wore a two-piece street length dress of horizon rose silk crepe made on tailored lines with matching hat and white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. Ronald Gaudett, brother of the groom, acted as groomsman.
    The bride's gift to her attendant was perfume and the groom's gift to his brother was a Waterman's fountain pen.
    The wedding supper was served at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table, covered with an embroidered linen cloth, was centred with a three-tiered wedding cake and decorations of spring flowers in pink and white. In the evening a reception was held at the home of the groom's parents.
    Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Holt of Bocabec, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Matheson and daughter, Elaine, Mrs. Daniel Matheson and daughters, Marjorie and Isabel, all of St. George, Mrs. Douglas Frost of Elmcroft, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Justason, Miss Louise Justason and Ernest Justason of Pennfield.
    Mr. and Mrs. Gaudett will reside in Black's Harbour.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 8, 1944.

McDEVITT-DUGGAN

    Black's Harbour, June 5 -  A wedding of interest here took place in St. Columbkille's Church, Brighton, Mass., recently when Rev. R.J. Williams united in marriage Miss Rita Teresa Duggan, and James Francis McDevitt, Cambridge, Mass.
    Miss Katherine Duggan, formerly of Black's Harbor, was bridesmaid, while the groom was supported by Russell Dealey, of the U.S. Coastguard.
    Mrs. McDevitt is a graduate of St. Michael's Academy, Chatham, and a graduate of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Brighton, Mass., and for the last year had been connected with the New Veterans' Hospital in Brighton.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 8, 1944.

CHENEY-HOBBS

    Black's Harbour, June 27 - A quiet wedding was solemnized at the Baptist parsonage in Pennfield on Friday evening, June 16th, when the Rev. William R. Randall united in marriage Anita Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbs of Milltown, and Wilbert Mason, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cheney of Grand Harbour, Grand Manan.
    The bride wore a salmon pink street length dress made on tailored lines, small queen's blue hat with veil, queen's blue coat and accessories. She was attended by Mrs. Wesley Leavitt as matron of honour who wore a dusky rose dress made on tailored lines with beige hat, coat and accessories. Wesley Leavitt acted as groomsman.
    The young couple will reside in Black's Harbour where they are both employed.
SOURCE: The Saint Croix Courier (St. Stephen, NB) - June 29, 1944.

GUPTILL-BULL

    PENNFIELD, N.B. - Mr. and Mrs. James Cowie have announced the engagement of their niece, Audrey Glenita Guptill, to Arnold Lee Bull, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bull of Eddington, Maine.
    Miss Guptill is a 1972 graduate of Eastern Charlotte Regional School, St. George, N.B.
    Bull is a 1970 graduate of Brewer High School, and is employed at St. Croix Hotel, Calais, Maine.
    An April 7 wedding is planned, at the United Baptist Church, Pennfield, N.B.
SOURCE: Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME) - February 17-18, 1973.

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