Marion County Newspaper Articles
transcribed as printed originally
& donated by Barbara Porter
13 Dec 1901
Is the Wedding of Miss Cora E. Wolfley and Mrs. Daniel Meredith at the
Home of Brides Parents in Radnor Wednesdayr.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Wolfley at Radnor was the scene
Wednesday evening at five o'clock of a beautiful wedding which united
their handsome and accomplished daughter Cora E. Wolfley to Mr. Daniel
Meredith, one of Radnor townships most prominent and popular business
men, and a son of commisioner elect M. Meredith of Delaware county.
The parlors of the spacious residence were beautifully decorated with
flowers and palms, before a bank of three emblems of purity and
happiness there the bride and groom plighted their troth, Rev. B. F.
Reading of McComb officiating. The bride was most beautiful gowned in
white, while the groom wore appropriate black. Many costley and useful
presents were received from admiring relatives and friends. After the
ceremony was concluded and congratulations and well wishes extended to
the happy couple a most bounteous wedding supper was served.
Seated at the brides table were: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Meredith, Mr. and
Mrs. G. T. Wolfley, Mr. and Mrs. M. Meredith, Mrs. Ella Wolfley
Prospect, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wolfley Prospect, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Byers, Delaware; Rev. B. F. Reading, McComb, Ohio. At the second table
were Mrs. and Mrs. Forest Kirk, Radnor; V. R. Byers, Columbus; Lillie
Mayfield, Norton; John Mayfield, Norton; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wolfley,
Delaware; J. G. Williams, Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wolfley,
Delaware; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dildine, Prospect; Rev. Stevens, Radnor; Mr.
and Mrs. George Miller, Delaware; Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Byers Delaware;
Hosea Darst, Radnor; Della Mayfield, Norton; Mary Meredith, Delaware;
Carrie Darst, Radnor; Stanley Joyner, Delaware; Blanch Merchant,
Prospect; Edwin Meridith, Radnor; George Wolfley, Margaret Wolfley and
Sarah Dildine, Prospect; Ruth Byers, Delaware; Sadie Meredith, and
Mamie Wolfley, Radnor. Mr. and Mrs. Meredith left on the 10:40 Big Four
train at Delaware for an extended trip throughout the west. They will
be at home near Radnor, to their friends after February first, 1902.
The Monitor extends well wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Meredith and many
thanks for a generous portion of delicious wedding cake. May their life
ever be one continuous and unbroken pathway, paved with happiness,
contentment and prosperity.
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