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ALVORD & BOND

REV. OTIS FRIES ALVORD & NELLIE BOND (24 Dec 1891)

Newspaper: Western New York News, Rochester, NY, Wednesday, 25 Dec 1891
Surnames: ALVORD, BOND

The marriage of Rev. Otis Fries ALVORD, pastor of the Universalist Church at Ridgeway, and Miss Nellie BOND, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. BOND, took place yesterday at the church. (24 Dec 1891)

Submitted by: Glenda Whitaker Subyak Feb 12, 2002

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ANDERSON & BROWN

CLAYTON ROBERT ANDERSON & PAULINE BROWN (28 Jun 1919)

Newspaper: Times Union, Rochester, Monroe Co., NY, Sunday, 29 Jun 1919
Surnames: ANDERSON, BEEBE, BENEDICT, BROWN, CHOBOT, SPAULDING.

The marriage of Miss Pauline BROWN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. BROWN to Clayton Robert ANDERSON of Albion, took place Thursday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents in Carlton, the Rev. Godfrey CHOBOT officiating.

The bride was attended by Miss Auber BENEDICT of Rochester as maid of honor. Harold SPAULDING of Rochester was best man and Ruth BROWN sister of the bride, was flower girl. The ushers were Robert BROWN, and Kimball BENEDICT. Miss Mary BEEBE played the wedding march.

After a few weeks at Big Moose Lake, Mr. and Mrs. ANDERSON will reside at 6 Burke terrace, Rochester.

Submitted by: unknown03 Apr 2002

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BARRETT & HOPKINS

ALPHEUS BARRETT, Jr. & LOUISA J. HOPKINS (25 Feb 1842)

Newspaper: Rochester Daily Democrat, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, 01 Feb 1842
Surnames: BARRETT, Jr., FRENCH, HOPKINS.

In Albion, on the 25th instant (Feb 1842), by the Rev. JUSTUS W. FRENCH, Mr. ALPHEUS BARRETT, Jr., to Miss LOUISA J. HOPKINS, all of that place.

Submitted by: Sharon L. Palm 19 Mar 2002

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BARRITT & FITCH

ALVA BARRITT & MARIA H. FITCH (17 Jan 1833)

Newspaper: Rochester Daily Advertiser, Rochester, Monroe, NY, Wed 23 Jan 1833
Surnames: BARRITT, FITCH, LYONS.

Married on the 17th inst., (January 1833) by the Rev. Luke LYONS, Mr. Alva BARRITT, of Albion, to Miss Maria H. FITCH, of this village. (Rochester, Monroe Co., NY)

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 13 Apr 2002

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BLISSETT & RICE

John BLISSETT & Helen RICE (aka RAJS) (25 Nov 1935)

Newspaper: The Orleans Republican, Albion, NY, Wednesday, 27 Nov 1935, Page 4
Surnames: BLISSETT, BUTTON, CRADDOCK, RAJS, RICE, MELINSKI, NAYMAN, SMITH, STAFFORD, GRACZYK, JOZWIAK

Miss Helen RICE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley RICE, and John BLISSETT were married Monday morning at nine o'clock in St. Mary's Church by the Rev. John MELINSKI.

The bride wore a gown of white satin and carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums. Her veil was caught with a band of pearls. Miss Martha NAYMAN, maid of honor, was dressed in plum colored transparent velvet. She wore a gold turban and gold accessories and her bouquet was of bronze colored chrysanthemums. The Misses Mary SMITH, Clara RICE and Genevieve CRADDOCK, bridesmaids, wore turbans and matching gold slippers and bronze chrysanthemums. The latter was dressed in royal blue transparent velvet and the other bridesmaids wore green transparent velvet. Joseph CRADDOCK was best man.

One hundred fifty guests attended the wedding breakfast following the ceremony at the home of the bride, 117 Linwood Ave. Following a wedding trip to New York City, Mr. and Mrs. BLISSETT will reside in the Densmore Road. Prenuptial events include a kitchen shower by Miss Martha NAYMAN and Mrs. William STAFFORD, sister of the bride, and variety showers by Mrs. Stanley RICE and Mrs. John BUTTON, at the home of the former, and a second shower by Mrs. Genevieve CRADDOCK and Mrs. BLISSETT at the home of the latter. A dance and card party were given in Buffalo in honor of the bride and groom.

(BLISSETT, Helen Rice (AKA RAJS), daughter of Stanley RAJS & Pelagia JOZWIAK. BLISSETT, John Charles, son of Arthur Harry BLISSETT & Esther GRACZYK - See Mt. Albion Cemetery)

Submitted by: Mark Rustay Sep 28, 2001

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BOWEN & HAAS

WESLEY BOWEN & JOAN HAAS (18 Nov 1950)

Newspaper: Medina Daily Journal-Register, Tues., 26 Dec 1950
Surnames: BOWEN, HAAS, BURGESS, CADDEN, POLER

Miss Joan HAAS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving HAAS of Clinton Street, Elma, NY became the bride of Wesley BOWEN son of Mrs. Doris BOWEN of Buffalo, at the FIrst Methodist Church, November 18, the Rev. Reginald Cory offciating.

Wearing white satin, Miss HAAS was given in marriage by her father. Her gown featured a sweetheart neckline with lace bands extending from the waist to the hem and edging the train. Her finger tip veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of red and white roses. Mrs. Athol BURGESS of Medina was matron of honor, Mrs. Paul CADDEN of Buffalo was an attendant and Athol BURGESS was best man. Thomas HAAS of Elma and Donald POLER of Medina were ushers.

Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Athol BURGESS with a buffet lunch and a three-tiered wedding cake. After a wedding trip to Ohio

Submitted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 10 Apr 2008

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BROWN & ROWLEY

Claude Baxter BROWN Jr. & Laura ROWLEY (29 Nov 1935)

Newspaper: Medina Daily Register, Tues., 3 Dec 1935
Surnames: BROWN, ROWLEY, WILSON

The marriage of Miss Laura ROWLEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. ROWLEY of Lyndonville, and Claude Baxter BROWN Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. BROWN of Rome, Georgia, took place Saturday afternoon at the home of the bride, the Rev. Dupfer of Lyndonville officiating. The wedding march was played by Miss Betty ROWLEY, cousin of the bride.

The bride who was given in marriage by her father, wore white metal moire, with a braided halo of the same material. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and lillies of the valley. The maid of honor, Miss Helen ROWLEY, sister of the bride, was attired in turquoise blue and carried a bouquet of pink roses and lillies of the valley. Maddox Hand of Rome, Georgia, was the best man.

The bride's mother was gowned in wine velvet, set off with a corsage of gardenias. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Donald WILSON of Lyndonville wore black velvet with silver lame top with a corsage of pink rose buds. Miss Edith BROWN, sister of the bridegroom wore black velvet with silver lame top amd red velvet and a corsage of red rose buds.

The rooms of the ROWLEY home were attractively decorated with yellow and white chrysanthemums. The bride's table, seating fourteen, was decorated with white roses and white tapers in silver candle sticks. The reception was held for 125 guests at 4:00 at the ROWLEY home. Guests were present from Buffalo, Rochester, East Aurora, Niagara Falls and Rome, Georgia.

After a trip to Washington D.C. and New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. BROWN will be at home at 805 North Broad Street, Rome Ga.

Submitted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 6 Sep 2005

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BULL & CAUSEBROOK

Elbert W. BULL & Lillie I. CAUSEBROOK (25 Sep 1889)

Newspaper: Local Correspondence, Lyndonville, NY
Surnames: BULL, CAUSEBROOK, ROWE

Married at David NEWMAN's at Shadigee, Sept. 25, by Rev. T. T. ROWE, Elbert W. BULL of Portageville, N. Y., and Miss Lillie I. CAUSEBROOK, daughter of William CAUSEBROOK of Ridgeway.

(When a married man buttons his suspenders with eight-penny nails it is sure evidence that he was disappointed in love.)
(This little tidbit was sandwiched between these two accounts of the wedding.)

MARRIED - At Lyndonville, Sept. 25, Mr. Elbert BULL of Portage and Miss Lillie CAUSEBROOK of the former place (Lyndonville).

Submitted by: Carma Stone Sep 21, 2001

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BURROUGHS & NEWELL

Floyd Wellington BURROUGHS & Frances Berenice NEWELL (15 Jul 1920)

Newspaper: The Medina Tribune, Thurs., 15 Jul 1920
Surnames: BURROUGHS, NEWELL

Married at noon today by the Rev. Frank T. Latham, Miss Frances Berenice NEWELL to Mr. Floyd Wellington BURROUGHS. The ceremony was performed in the presence of the family at the bride's home on Center Street.

After a ten day automobile tour through the Adirondacks and the Thousand Island district, Mr. & Mrs. BURROUGHS will make their home at 935 Gwinn Street.

Submitted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 6 Sep 2005

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BUSHNELL & MEAD

Almanza BUSHNELL & Aurelia MEAD (30 Sep 1879)

Newspaper: Orleans American, October 2, 1879, p.3, c.5, From West Albion
Surnames: BUSHNELL, MEAD, CARR

SEALED AND SETTLED
Almanza BUSHNELL, Esq., of Lakeport, Madison County and Miss Aurelia MEAD, of Albion, were united in the bonds of holy wedlock on Tuesday, the 30th, at 3 o'clock. We understand the knot was tied by Rev. Mr. Staples, at the residence of David CARR, brother-in-law to the bride. We wish them a long and happy married life.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 7 Mar 2005

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BUTLER & SIMSIK

K. DONALD BUTLER & ELIZABETH SIMSIK (31 Dec 1939)

Newspaper: The Medina Daily Journal, Tues, 2 Jan 1940
Surnames: BUTLER, HAGERMAN, SIMSIK

The marriage of Miss Elizabeth SIMSIK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix SIMSIK of West Center Street, to K. Donald BUTLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth BUTLER of 120 Frank Street, took place at the Presbyterian manse at 5 o'clock in the afternoon Sunday, December 31st. The bride wore a gown of powder blue and a corsage of camilias. She was attended by her sister, Helen SIMSIK as maid of honor. David HAGERMAN was the best man.

A reception was held at the bride's home. Following the reception, a dinner was given at Cecil Rhodes in Oakfield and later a supper at the Casino in Lester, NY. It was attended by the immediate families. Following a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. BUTLER will be at home at 120 Frank Street.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 18 Feb 2008

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CASEMENT & BROWN

A. Maynard CASEMENT & Frances W. Brown (15 Jul 1920)

Newspaper: The Medina Tribune, Thurs., 15 Jul 1920
Surnames: CASEMENT, BROWN

The wedding of Miss Frances W. BROWN and A. Maynard CASEMENT was celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. BROWN of West Avenue. The ceremoney was performed by Rev. Walter Foss in the presence of the families of the bride and groom. They were attended by Miss Mildred Stebbins of Lockport and Carl Helenbolt of this place. The out of town guests were Miss Mary Collins of Albion and Miss Ethel Baker of Farmersville. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Parkin.

After an automobile tour Mr. and Mrs. Casement will be at home after August first at 219 Melgs Street, Rochester.

The prenuptual events were a variety shower given on Thursday afternoon by Miss Mary Collins of Albion; a kitchen shower given on Friday afternoon by Miss Gladys LeVan of Medina; a linen shower given om Tuesday afternoon by Miss Frances Grinnell of Albion; and the same evening Miss Ruth Stillman of Albion entertained at a card party given in Miss Brown's honor.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 6 Sep 2005

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CHUBBUCK & FISHBECK

Orville Sumner CHUBBUCK & Laura Louise FISHBECK (8 Sep 1920)

Newspaper: The Medina Tribune, Thurs., 16 Sep 1920
Surnames: CHUBBUCK, FISHBECK, CHAPEL

The marriage of Miss Laura Louise FISHBECK, daughter of Mrs. Kate FISHBECK of 610 W. Grand River, to Mr. Orville Sumner CHUBBUCK, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank CHUBBUCK of Medina, N.Y., took place at the home of the bride's mother Wednesday, September 8, 1920.

To the strains of Lohenfrin's wedding march, played by Mrs. Robert CHAPEL, cousin of the bride, the bridal party took their place before bank of palms and ferns, where Rev. Julian West of the Methodist Episcopal Church performed the ceremony at high noon in the presence of only the immediate relatives and friends. Miss FISHBECK was attended by Miss Ruth Harrington of Detroit as maid of honor and Miss Marguerite Wright of Howell as bridesmaid, while Mr. Edson Hill of Detroit and Mr. Bruce FISHBECK brother of the bride, assisited Mr. CHUBBECK as best men. Miss FISHBECK attired in pink taffeta over net and carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and sweet peas.

After the ceremony a three course dinner was served by girl friends of the bride, the color scheme of pink and white being carried throughout.

Mr. and Mrs. CHUBBECK left for a motor trip to New York and will be at home to friends at Fowlerville, Mich., after October 15th.

Among the out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank CHUBBUCK of Medina, N.Y., and Mrs. J. A. Campbell of Detroit Mich.

The Livingston Republican, Howell, Mich.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 6 Sep 2005

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CRONE & CARRIER

FRED CRONE & BELLE CARRIER (June 15, 1893)

Newspaper: Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, Monroe Co., NY, Sat, 17 June 1893
Surnames: CARRIER, CRONE, PERKINS.

Fred CRONE of Holley and Miss Belle CARRIER of Lockport were married at the latter place the day before (15 Jun 1893) by Rev. J. H. PERKINS. The couple will reside at Holley.

Submitted by: Glenda Whitaker SubyakMay 5, 2002

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CROSBY & BENNETT

David GARNSEY CROSBY & Elma R. BENNETT (3 Aug 1920)

Newspaper: The Medina Tribune, Thurs., 5 Aug 1920
Surnames: CROSBY, BENNETT, CARTWRIGHT

The wedding of Miss Elma R. BENNETT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. BENNETT, to Mrs. David G. CROSBY of Lockport, N.Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren CROSBY of Mechanicsville, N.Y., was celebrated at the family home on Pearl Street at one O'clock Tuesday afternoon.

The officiating clergyman was Rev. W. M. Heigler. The bride was gowned om white georgette over white satin with pearl and crystal trimmings and wore a veil and carried a bouquet of white roses. Mrs. F.P. CARTWRIGHT of Rochester, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and wore a gown of pink net and carried pink roses. F. P. CARTWRIGHT was best man. Miss Marion BENNETT, cousin of the bride, played the wedding march. The house decorations were pink and white hollyhocks, ferns and asparagus. The wedding was very informal, covers being laid for fifteen.

The out of town guests were, Mr. and Mrs. CARTWRIGHT of Rochester and Mr. Warren CROSBY of Mechanicsville, N.Y. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. CROSBY will be at home in Lockport.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 6 Sep 2005

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ERVINE & McALLISTER

SAMUEL ERVINE & LETITIA McALLISTER (January 10, 1894)

Newspaper: The Union & Advertiser of Rochester, NY, Thursday, 11 Jan 1894
Surnames: ERVINE, McALLISTER, LEDDY

Policeman Samuel ERVIN and Miss Letitia McALLISTER were married at St. Mary's Church in Holley at 9 o'clock (10 Jan 1894) yesterday morning by Rev. J. H. LEDDY. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the residence of the bride's parents in Holley and Mr. and Mrs. ERVIN started on a brief wedding trip.

Submitted by: Glenda Whitaker Subyak, Sep 15, 2001

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EVANS & BALDWIN

John C. EVANS & Thelma BALDWIN (29 Nov 1935)

Newspaper: Medina Daily Register, Mon., 2 Dec 1935
Surnames: EVAMS, BALDWIN

The Marriage of Miss Thelma BALDWIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BALDWIN of DeHuyter, New York to John C. EVANS, son of Mrs. Ethel EVANS of Dayton, Ohio, took place Friday afternoon in "The Little Church Around the Corner' in New York City.

The bride was attended Miss Sally Fulton of New York City, fiancee of the best man, James B. Reston, also of New York. Miss Fulton is on the staff of the New York City Press Association and Mr. Reston is on the 'Times' magazine staff.

The bride wore a gown of blue velvet, with corsage of gardenias. The bridesmaid was dressed in rust velvet.

Mr. EVANS, graduate of Illinois University, has been coach at Medina High School for the past four years. Miss BALDWIN, graduate of Cortland Normal School has been girl's athletic director at the same institution for a number of years. The couple will reside at 415 Park Avenue, Medina.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 6 Sep 2005

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FERGUSON & STANTON

DAVID FERGUSON & HARRIET C. STANTON (April 15, 1903)

Newspaper: Medina Daily Journal  Medina, NY    Thursday Evening   April 16, 1903
Surnames: FERGUSON, STANTON

The marriage of Miss Harriet C. STANTON and Mr. David FERGUSON was solemnized last evening at the M.E. parsonage, Rev. J. E. Williams officiating.  The bride and groom have the best wishes of their many friends for a happy and prosperous future.

Submitted by: Carolyn Ferguson Schermerhorn 28 Aug 2006

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FREEMAN & BAKER

FRED ELWIN FREEMAN & LOIS R. BAKER (5 May 1937)

Newspaper: Medina Tribune, Thurs., 6 May 1937
Surnames: FREEMAN, BAKER, STAFFORD

Miss Lois R. BAKER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles George BAKER, 1109 South Main Street, and Fred Elwin FREEMAN, son of Fred FREEMAN of Freeman Road, were married yesterday at 6:45 p.m. at the Presbyterian Manse. Rev. William L. Findlay performed the ceremony.

The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Clark STAFFORD. A Bridal luncheon was served at Mrs. and Mrs. Clark Stafford's home. The contracting parties are popular young people and their host of friends extend congratulation and best wishes. Submitted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 10 Apr 2008

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GARRETT & BEACH

GORDON GARRETT & DOROTHE BEACH (4 Jan 1941)

Newspaper: The Orleans American (The Bridges), Thursday, 16 Jan 1941
Surnames: GARRETT, BEACH

The community wishes much joy to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon GARRETT whose marriage took place in Little Rock, Ark., January 4. Mr. and Mrs. GARRETT arrived from Little Rock Thursday evening and are making their home for the present with Mr. GARRETT’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter (Bertha SMITH) GARRETT.

Submitted by: Richard Callard Feb 1, 2002

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GILBERT & AMES

JOHN GILBERT, M. D. & SUSAN H. AMES (21 June 1832)

Newspaper: Rochester Daily Advertiser, Rochester, Monroe, NY, 02 June 1832
Surnames: AMES, GILBERT, HUBBEL.

Married at Lyons, on the 21st inst., (June 1832) by the Rev. Mr. HUBBEL, John GILBERT, M. D., of Albion, Orleans Co., to Miss Susan H. AMES, of the former place. (Lyons, Wayne Co., New York)

Submitted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 13 Apr 2002

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GRATRICK & HERRICK

GEORGE GRATRICK & MARY J. HERRICK (29 Jul 1888)

Newspaper: Medina Tribune, Thurs., Aug. 9, 1888
Surnames: GRATRICK, HERRICK

Married, in Albion (NY), July 29th, by Rev. A.Z. Mitchell, George GRATRICK, of Shelby, and Miss Mary J. HERRICK, of Alabama, Genesee County, N.Y.

Submitted by: Carolyn RustayFeb 21, 2002

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HARD & SMITH

CASSIUS M. HARD & ELLA V. SMITH (14 Dec 1870)

Newspaper: Northern Christian Advocate, Auburn NY, Jan 5, 1871
Surnames: HARD, SMITH

In East Kendall, at the residence of Mr. Robert Scott, Dec. 14, by Rev. D.D. Cook, Mr. Cassius M. HARD, of Murray, to Miss Ella V. SMITH, of Kendall.

Submitted by: Neal Smith 1 Apr 2007

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HART & ALDERSON

CHAUNCEY HART & ANNA ALDERSON (3 Dec 1873)

Newspaper: Progressive Batavian, Batavia, Genesee Co., NY, 12 Dec 1873
Surnames: ALDERSON, FORBES, HART

HART-ALDERSON -- At the Baptist parsonage in Holley, by Rev. M.P. FORBES, Dec. 3d (1873), Mr. Chauncey HART to Miss Anna ALDERSON.

Submitted by: L.C. Schmidt, 22 Jun 2002

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HATCH & PALMER

RALPH HOYT HATCH & ALICE ADELL PALMER (25 Dec 1891)

Newspaper: Western New York News, Rochester, NY, Wednesday, 25 Dec 1891
Surnames: HATCH, HEWITT, MERRICK, PALMER, RUGGIES, SPALDING

Married in the Congregational church at Gaines, Wednesday evening, Alice Adell PALMER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. PALMER, to Ralph Hoyt HATCH, by Rev. Mr. MERRICK. Miss Mary RUGGIES and Miss Josie PALMER were the bridesmaids, and Ernest HEWITT and M. SPALDING groomsmen. The church was tastefully decorated with plants and flowers. A reception was held at the house.

Submitted by: Glenda Whitaker Subyak Feb 12, 2002

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HAYES & FLOWERS

FRED W. HAYES & LILLIAN E. FLOWERS (July 20, 1898)

Newspaper: unknown
Surnames: HAYES, FLOWERS, ROWE

Married, July 20th, 1898, at the residence of Rev. T. T. ROWE, No. 20 Tremont Street, Rochester, a former pastor of the M. E. (Methodist Episcopal) Church, Lyndonville, Fred W. HAYES of Aspen, Col., and Lillian E. FLOWERS of Yates, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. HAYES will spend two weeks at the Thousand Islands and visiting friends in Seneca and Monroe counties.

(from scrapbook of Lillian (Causebrook) Bull)

Submitted by: Carma Stone Sep 17, 2001

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HERRINGTON & BROWN

ISAAC HERRINGTON & MINNIE BROWN (January 10, 1894)

Newspaper: The Union & Advertiser of Rochester, NY, Saturday, 13 Jan 1894
Surnames: HERRINGTON, BROWN & ABRAMS

Miss Minnie BROWN of Kendall and Isaac HERRINGTON of Byron were married Wednesday (10 Jan 1894) by the Rev. A. D. ABRAMS at the Baptist parsonage.

Submitted by: Glenda Whitaker Subyak, Sep 15, 2001

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HIGGERSON & GROVER

JOHN A. HIGGERSON & AUSUSTA GROVER (7 Apr 1868)

Newspaper: Orleans American, 14 Apr 1868
Surnames: HIGGERSON, GROVER

On the 7th last, by Rev. S. Seager, D.D., Mr. John A. HIGGERSON to Miss S. Augusta GROVER all of Albion.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 15 Jul 2003

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HINCKLEY & LAIRD

DEAN J. HINCKLEY & OLGA LAIRD (21 Aug 1924)

Newspaper: unknown Medina paper
Surnames: HINCKLEY, LAIRD

The marriage of Miss Olga LAIRD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton LAIRD of Phelps to Dean J. HINCKLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn HINCKLEY of South Academy Street took place at St. John's Church in the home city of the bride on Thursday afternoon August 21 at four o'clock. The bride's attendant was Miss Doris Cooper of Hilton and Fred HINCKLEY, brother of the groom, was best man. The ushers were Clayton HINCKLEY and William LAIRD. After August 28th, Mr. and Mrs. HINCKLEY will reside at 314 West Avenue. The bride has been for the past two years, a member of the Medina High School faculty; and will continue as such. Mr. HINCKLEY is a prominient jeweler of this village and clerk of the town of Ridgeway. Mr. & Mrs. HINCKLEY possess a host of friends who extend congratulations and best wishes.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 27 Apr 2008

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HODOM & HARE

HENRY HODOM & JENNIE HARE (25 Dec 1891)

Newspaper: Western New York News, Rochester, NY, Wednesday, 25 Dec 1891
Surnames: HODOM, HARE, STILES

Miss Jennie HARE and Henry HODARN (HODOM), of Lyndonville, were married at Lyndonville Wednesday evening by Rev. L. STILES.

Submitted by: Glenda Whitaker Subyak Feb 12, 2002

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HOFFMAN & GOETZMAN

CHARLES R. HOFFMAN & DORIS ELIZABETH GOETZMAN (2 Dec 1950)

Newspaper: The Medina JOurnal, Tues, 12 Dec 1950
Surnames: HOFFMAN, GOETZMAN

The wedding of Miss Doris Elizabeth GOETZMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George GOETZMAN, Delavan and Charles R. HOFFMAN, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles HOFFMAN, Lyndonville, was solemnized on Saturday, December 2, at the First Methodist Church, Lyndonville. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Raymond Draffin.

The bride, given in marriage by her grandfather, wore a gown of white satin, trimmed with a yoke of net surrounded by an applique of orange blossoms. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a headpiece of seed pearl, orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and white mums, fashioned in the shape of a circle.

Mrs. Edward Conlon attended the bride as her matron of honor, with Mrs. Charles Foss as a bridesmaid. Mrs. Conlon wore a gown of dark green taffeta and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and orange mums. Mrs. Foss wore a gown of light pink taffeta and she carried a bouquet of dark pink roses and orchid mums. Charles Foss served as best man. Frank Woodworth, Duane Stahl and Floyd Smith served as ushers. Following the ceremony the reception was held in the church parlors, after which the couple departed for a trip through the western states.

Pre-nuptual affairs included a kitchen shower given by Joan Dunn, Lyndonville; a dinner party given by her co-workers; a kitchen shower given by Buelah Jones and Mrs. Theis, Lyndonville; a variety shower given by Mrs. Joseph Ecker, Barker; and a linen shower given by Mrs. Roy Jesson, Lyndonville.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 27 Apr 2008

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HOLTZINGER & HANDY

WILLIAM HOLTZINGER MD & HARRIET HANDY (Jan 1833)

Newspaper: Rochester Daily Advertiser, Rochester, Monroe, NY, Tue 22 Jan 1833
Surnames: HANDY, HOLTIZINGER

Married in Shelby, (Orleans Co., NY) Dr. Wm. HOLTIZINGER, to Miss Harriet HANDY.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 13 Apr 2002

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JOHNSON & THIEL

KENNETH D. JOHNSON & PAULINE E. THIEL (1 Jan 1927)

Newspaper: The Medina Daily Journal, Wed., 5 Jan 1927
Surnames: JOHNSON, THIEL

On New Years Day at St. Peter's Luth. parsonage, Kenneth D. JOHNSON and Pauline E. THIEL, both of Yates, N.Y. (ere married). The attendants were Mr. & Mrs. Harry THIEL. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Theo. Kuehner.

(Note: Paulines's parents were August F. & Amelia THIEL.)

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 18 Feb 2008

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JOINER

ERASTUS BURNHAM JOINER & Mrs. POLLY JOINER (21 Sep 1879)

Newspaper: Orleans American, September 25, 1879, p.3, c.3
Surnames: JOINER

MARRIED
    Sept. 21st, by M. B. Delano, Esq., Mr. Burnham JOINER to Mrs. Polly JOINER, all of South Barre. The contracting parties were aged 71 and 76 years respectively. In thus early launching out on the matrimonial sea, they have the best wishes of their numerous friends.

Posted by: Orleans County Genweb staff, 7 Mar 2005


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