Listed in Alphabetical Order by Grooms’ Surname

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A   B   C   D   E-F   G   H   I-J-K   L   M   N-O   P-Q   R   S   T-U-V   W-X   Y-Z  






Eames -



Roger B. Eames, age 30, Res: Adolphustown, b. Worcester, Mass, W.S., Bachelor, Evangelist, Brethren, s/o Edwin A. Eames & Arabella Barnes.

Effie D. Duffett, age 29, Res: Adolphustown, b. Quebec City, P.Q., Spinster, Brethren, dau. of W. S. Duffett & Carrie a McCallum.

Married at Adolphustown, October 20, 1904, by Henry Thomas, Methodist Minister

Witnesses:  Percy Duffett, Winnipeg & Addie Borrit, Deer Park, Toronto.


At Adolphustown, Ont., on October 29th, Effie Dora, daughter of W. S. Duffett, to R. B. Eames, South Framingham, Mass.


Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.




From the Watson Scrapbooks

Eaton -



EATON - WILSON - On Sept. 30th, at York Street Church, Picton, Ont., by  the Rev. Sidney J. Shorey, of Toronto, Fred C. Eaton, Esq., of Utica, N.Y., to May C. Wilson, second daughter of C. S. Wilson, Esq., of Picton.


Oct 7 1885

The Christian Guardian

Edgar –



EDGAR-EDGAR – In Napanee, April 26th, William Edgar, North Fredericksburgh, to Mrs. C.O. Edgar, Camden East.


May 5 1898

Weekly British Whig

Edget -



On the 12th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Scott, Mr. Asa Edget, merchant of West Schuyler, N.Y., to Miss Julia Sarah Close, of North Fredericksburgh.


Feb 21 1873

Kingston News

Elliot -



[Conway-Sandhurst] A wedding of interest to this community was solemnized in St. Paul's church, Sandhurst, on Wednesday, October 10th, when Miss Vera Baker, R.N., of Toronto, and Mr. J.B. Elliott of Napanee, were married. The best wishes for a long and happy married life are extended.


[Sillsville] On Thursday evening about ninety friends and neighbors from Sillsville, Hawley and a few from Bethany, met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rod Sharpe to do honor to Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Elliott, who recently returned from a wedding trip. On behalf of those present, Mrs. McLean read the address, and Mrs. Rod Sharpe presented Mr. and Mrs. Elliott with a beautiful clock, as a token of friendliness and genuine good will. They expressed their surprise in a few well chosen words, and a dainty lunch was served.


Oct 24 1934

Napanee Beaver


Nov 14 1934

Napanee Beaver

Elliot -



[Dorland] A very pleasant event took place here on Wednesday morning, it being the marriage of Miss Annie Clapp, daughter of Mr. Irvine Clapp to Mr. George Elliott, of Kingston. The bride looked pretty in a light gray travelling suit and was attended by her sister, Miss Ada Clapp. Mr. Painter of Kingston was the best man. Miss Clapp was a general favorite, and will be greatly missed by her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott took the Hero for Kingston where they will reside.


July 5 1895

Napanee Beaver

Ellis -



Married - At Fredericksburgh, on the 18th ultime, by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. John Ellis, of Hallowell, to Miss Mary Ann Brooks, of the former place.


Nov 6 1827

Upper Canada Herald

Emberly –



EMBERLY- STOVER – On March 6th, at Ernesttown, Mable, only daughter of Charles Stover to George E. Emberly, of South Fredericksburgh.


Mar 30 1907

Daily British Whig

Embury –



MARSH-EMBURY – At Napanee, 18th Nov., Miss Ella Marsh, Napanee to Edward Embury, Hayburn.


Nov 25 1907

Daily BritishWhig

Empey -



At South Fredericksburgh, on Nov. 20th, Mitchell Neville Empey, Napanee, to Louisa Amarilla Lloyd.


The event of the week occurred at Chas. Lloyd’s, South Fredericksburgh, on the 20th inst., when his last and youngest daughter, Alida, consented to be the wife of M.N. Empey. The company was select and agreeable and the presents valuable, beautiful, varied and useful. The supper table was laden with the choicest delicacies. The pair left for Ottawa, where they spend their honeymoon.


Nov 28 1888

Daily British Whig


Nov 29 1888

Weekly British Whig

Facey -



Edmund Facey, age 36, Res: Bolton, Ont., b. Canada, Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of Denzil Facey & Sarah Wilford

Nellie Pearl Loyst, age 29, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. South Fredericksburgh, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of James T. Loyst & Annie Kennedy.

Married at Hayburn, March 15th, 1911 by J. W. Bunner.

Witnesses:  Roy Loyst, Hayburn & Laura Robertson, Hawley.


Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.


Fairbairn -



Feb 20th, A.G. Fairbairn, North Fredericksburgh, to Margaret Dracup, Napanee.


Feb 27 1889

Daily British Whig




LOUCKS-FELLOWS - At the Western Methodist Parsonage, on Tuesday evening, 1st Dec., by Rev. S.T. Bartlett, Annie May, daughter of Mr. Jacob Loucks, Napanee, and Mr. Rupert Fellows, Ernesttown.


Dec 4 1903

Napanee Beaver

Ferguson -



Married - In Adolphustown Church on Thursday the 17th inst., by the Rev. Job Deacon, Jno. W. Ferguson Esq. to Martha, only daughter of the late James Carscallan Esq. of Fredericksburgh.


Apr 22 1828

Upper Canada Herald

Ferguson –



[Centreville] A quiet wedding took place at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doupe’s on the 16th ult., when their eldest daughter, Effie, was united in marriage to Roy Ferguson of Adolphustown.


Mar 9 1916

Daily British Whig

Ferrier -



FERRIER - LAWSON -  On the 2nd inst., by the Rev. Manly Benson, pastor Central Church, assisted by Rev. Benjamin Longley, B.A., pastor of Queen Street Church, at the residence of the bride’s uncle, Mr. Morrow, 202 Richmond Street West, Rev. Thompson Ferrier, of Fort William, to Mary T. Lawson, daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Lawson.


March 9 1887

The Christian Guardian

Fields -



FIELDS-FITCHETT - By the Rev. S. Might, at the home of the bride, on the 7th inst., Mr. Garret Fields of North Fredericksburgh, to Miss Ida Jane Fitchett, of Napanee.


Mar 17 1877

Napanee Beaver

Fields –



FIELDS-LUFFMAN – At the Bay Parsonage on Oct. 17th, John George Fields, Deseronto, to Miss Henrietta May Luffman, North Fredericksburgh.


Oct 29 1896

Weekly British Whig

File -



VANDERVOORT-FILE - At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. VanderVoort, on Wednesday evening, Aug. 5th, by Rev. W.H. Emsley, Miss Celia B. VanderVoort to Mr. Herbert C. File, both of N. Fredericksburgh.


Aug 21 1908

Napanee Beaver

Finkle -



MARRIED - On the same day [Thursday the 6 of January] Mr. George Finkle and Miss Susanna Tolbert.


Feb 4 1820



Finley -



MARRIED - At Bath, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. RICHARD D. FINLEY, to Miss ELIZABETH MARIA HAM.


Aug 1 1835


Chronicle &


Fisher -



FISHER - BRISTOL - On Wednesday afternoon, September 25th, 1907, at St. Jude’s Church, Oakville, Ontario, by the Rev. L.W. B. Broughall, rector, the Rev. Canon Worrell assisting.  Ethel Isabel Nelson Bristol, fifth and youngest daughter of the late Dr. Bristol, Napanee, and youngest daughter of Mrs. Bristol, Oakville, to Henry Gladstone Fisher, Manager of the Bank of Montreal at New Denver, B.C., eldest son of the late Henry Fisher, Esq., of London England.



From the Watson Scrapbooks

Fitchett -



A pretty wedding was celebrated in the Methodist Church, Arden, when Miss Mary Euphemia, eldest daughter of Samuel Alexander, was united in marriage with E.A. Fitchett, son of the late Tobias Fitchett of South Fredericksburgh. Rev. A.J. Harvey Strike, pastor of the Methodist church, Deseronto officiated.


A pretty wedding was celebrated in the Methodist Church, Arden, when Miss Mary Euphemia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alexander, was united in marriage with E.A. Fitchett, son of the late Tobias Fitchett of South Fredericksburgh. Rev. A.J. Strike, pastor of the Methodist Church, Deseronto, officiated. Miss Ross, of Toronto, cousin of the bride played Wagner's Wedding March as the bridal party entered the church. The church was artistically decorated with daisies, carnations and smilax. The bride was given away by her father, and looked charming in a princess gown of point de sprite, over white silk, wearing bridal veil and a gold bracelet with pearls and emeralds, the gift of the groom. She carried a shower bouquet of white carnations, and was attended by her sister, Miss Frances Alexander, as bridesmaid, and wore a becoming dress of white Swiss muslin and carried a bouquet of pink carnations.

The groom was assisted by Andrew N. Gilmore, of Deseronto, who performed the duties of best man remarkably well. The groom's gift to the bridesmaid was a gold locket and chain and to the groomsman, a pair of gold cuff links.

The bride and groom received congratulations in the drawing room of the bride's home. After congratulations, the bridal party repaired to the dining room where a tempting wedding dinner was served from tables decorated with pink and white ribbons and fragrant with pink and white carnations, smilax, and a large horse shoe made out of daisies, suspended in the centre of the room. Some 60 guests were present. The health of the bride and groom was proposed by the Rev. M. Strike and speeches were made by A.N. Gilmore and W. Andrews and were suitably responded to by the groom. The bride received a handsome and valuable collection of gifts, some coming from Montreal, Toronto, Perth and Deseronto, which testify very strongly of the popularity of the young people.

The happy couple left on the afternoon train amidst a shower of flowers, rice and good wishes, for Ottawa and other points east. The bride's travelling dress was of navy blouse with hat to match. A large number of their companions and friends were at the depot and gave them a right enthusiastic send off. They will reside in Deseronto. Guests were present from Montreal, Toronto, Perth and Deseronto.


July 27 1906

Napanee Express





(another version)

July 23 1906

Daily British Whig

Fitchett -



On Wednesday, February 23d, 1910, at Bay parsonage, South Napanee, by Rev. C.W. DeMille, Effie Pearl, eldest daughter of Mr. Solomon Baldwin, of Little Creek, to Phillip Norman Fitchett.


Feb 25 1910

Napanee Beaver

Fitchett -



HYMENEAL - At the home of the bride's parents, on Wednesday, Sept 27th, at 10 a.m., Ethel Gertrude, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Carscallen, East Thomas St., Deseronto, was married to Oscar I. Fitchett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fitchett, Bay Centre, the Rev. G.H. Copeland, pastor of the bride officiating. The bride wore a very pretty gown of white chiffon net, heavily embroidered, and pearl trimmed, over white silk, her only ornament being a pearl and amethyst brooch, the gift of the groom. After a very dainty lunch, they drove to Napanee, where they took train for points west. On their return they will spend a few days in Peterboro, the guests of the bride's sister, Mrs. F.C. Solmes. Owing to the death of the bride's brother, Earnest, six months ago, she travelled in a suit of fine black serge with white stripe over blouse of white point d'esprit, and wore a large black hat with willow plume and white battenburg. They will reside at Bay Centre.


Miss E.G. Carscallen Wedded to O.J. Fitchett

Deseronto, Oct. 2. – A quiet wedding was solemnized by Rev. G.H. Copeland, when Ethel Gertrude, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carscallen, was united in marriage to Oscar J. Fitchett, of Bay Centre. The bride wore a gown of white embroidered chiffon net with pearl trimming, over white silk, and the groom’s gift, a pearl and amethyst brooch. They were unattended. After a wedding the young couple left for an extended wedding tour to western cities. The bride travelled in a black and white stripe serge suit, with white point d’espit blouse, and black hat with willow plume. They will make their home in Bay Centre.


No year given




Oct 3 1911

Daily British Whig

Fitchett -



FITCHETT-CHAMBERS - At Piety Hill, Napanee, Dec. 20th, 1908, by the Rev. G. S. White, William James Fitchett of North Fredericksburgh to Miss Lillian May Chambers of South Fredericksburgh.


Jan 1 1909

Napanee Beaver

Fitchett -



Mr. F.B. Galt announces the marriage of his daughter, Eliza Mae to Mr. John C. Fitchett, Monday, June twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and nine.


FITCHETT-GALT - At Napanee, on Monday, June 28th, 1909, by the Rev. G.S. White, Piety Hill, John Fitchett to Eliza May Galt both of South Fredericksburgh.






July 7 1909

Daily British Whig

Fitchett –



On Wednesday, November 23rd at the Bay parsonage, South Napanee, Miss Mary Kathleen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mowers, of Napanee, became the bride of Orville Fitchett, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fitchett. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.E. Beckel. The bride looked very becoming in a gown of blue crepe with lace and was attended by Miss Aletha Fitchett, sister of the groom. Kenneth Griffiths fulfilled the duties of best man.

The happy couple left amid showers of rice and confetti on a motor trip to Toronto and points in Western Ontario, the bride travelling in a brown suit with brown coat, hat, gloves, shoes and purse to match. On their return they will reside on the groom’s farm at Hay Bay.


Nov 26 1932

Kingston Whig Standard

Flindall -



Married - At Fairmont Hall, Napanee, C.W., on Wednesday, the 27th instant, by the Rev. J.J. Bogart, M.A., Peter James Flindall, Esq., merchant, Trenton, C.W., to Emily Ann, second daughter of the late David Roblin, Esq.


Apr 28 1864

Kingston News

Ford -



   FORD - JAGGERS - On the 7th inst., by the Rev. George Brown, at the residence of Mr. Scott, uncle of the bride, Mr. James Henry Ford, of London City, to Miss Maggie Jaggers, of Flingal, Ont.


Sept 16 1885

The Christian Guardian

Forneri -



Wedded and Away -  Kingston Whig: -  A very interesting ceremony was celebrated Tuesday morning at nine o’clock in St. James Church, when Rev. J. K Macmorine, rector, assisted by Rev. A. L.  Geen, Belleville, united in marriage Miss Jessie Agnes Phippen, daughter of S.S. Phippen, ex-secretary and treasurer of the public school board, and Rev. R. S. Forneri, rural dean of Lennox and Addington, and rector of the parish of Adolphustown.  The bride was attired in a traveling gown of dark green and was assisted by her sister, Miss Katie Phippen, who wore a costume of grey cloth.  Rev. A. L. Geen assisted the groom as well as taking part in the service.  The bride entered the church leaning upon the arm of her cousin, W. N. Linton, who took her father’s place at the altar.  The only guests were immediate relatives.  After the ceremony Rev. R. S. and Mrs. Forneri drove to the Grand Trunk station and took at a train  westward for a honeymoon tour.  Retuning ten days hence they will take up their residence at the rectory, Adolphustown..  The bride was well known in musical circles, having been a member of the choir in St. James’ church for a number of years, and assisting in concerts in the city and vicinity for a period.  She was always a favorite that was in demand.  She was one of the best workers in St. James’ congregation, and took an active part in every movement having for its object the advancement of the interests of the church.  It is not surprising, therefore, that on the eve of her wedding she should be waited on by the rector and a number of the workers, who, on behalf of the appreciative congregation, presented Miss Phippen with a handsome silver tea service, accompanied by a complimentary address, in which the loss the church sustained by the departure of so valuable a worker was set forth, as well as wishing the recipient every success in her new field of labor.  At the ceremony the entire choir turned out to assist in the service.  The congregation will hereafter greatly miss the sweet voice of one whose face they have long been accustomed to see in the choir stalls.


Married - Forneri-Phippen - At St. James' church, Nov. 16th, 1897, by the Rev. J.K. McMorine, M.A., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Geen, of Belleville, Rev. R.s. Forneri, B.D., rector of St. Albans' church, Adolphustown, and Rural Dean of Lennox and Addington to Jessie Agnes Phippen, of this city.


Tendered a Gift - Rev. R.S. Forneri and bride met with a warm welcome home from the parishioners of Adolphustown, who gathered at the rectory on their return Friday, 10th inst., from their wedding trip. An excellent repast, speaking and music were among the enjoyments of the evening. As a token of the good will of the congregation, Mrs. Forneri was presented with a wedding gift in its most useful form, namely, in bank notes. The rector thanked his people and reciprocated their good wishes.


From the Watson Scrapbooks


Nov 16 1897

Daily British Whig


Dec 18 1897

Daily British Whig

Forshee -



Married - On the 5th instant, by the Rev. M. Whiting, Peter J. Forshee, Esq. of Fredericksburgh, to Miss Lavina Jackson, of the same place.


Feb 20 1833

Upper Canada Herald

Forward -



MARRIED - On Saturday evening the 20th inst at Ernest-Town, by the Rev. Mr. Official Stuart, DR. LESTER H. FORWARD to Mifs JOANNA FAIRFIELD, both of the village of Ernest-Town.


Jan 27 1816



Forward -



MARRIED - This morning by the Rev. Mr. Murdock, of Bath, WM A. FORWARD, Esq., Barrister at Law, of Bath, to Miss ELMIRA PHILIPS, daughter of Mr. Barton Philips, of this place.


July 1 1835

Kingston Chronicle & Gazette

Fosburg -



MARRIED - At Bath by the Rev. John Stoughton, on Sunday the 16th inst. Mr. Silas Johnston to Miss Magdalen Fosburg, both of Ernest Town.


July 28 1820



Foster –



Adolphustown, March 13 – A very quiet but pretty wedding took place yesterday at the home of Andrew Magee, when his daughter, Gertie, became the bride of Ercel Foster, one of Adolphustown’s most progressive young farmers. Both bride and groom are very popular in the community. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H.B. Neal. Only the immediate relatives were present. After a dainty lunch the happy couple started for Ottawa and other eastern points.


Foster-Magee – The home of Mr. Andrew Magee, “Sunnyside Farm”, Adolphustown, was the scene of a pretty, though quiet wedding, on Wednesday, March 12th, at 11 o’clock, when their daughter, Mary Gertrude, became the bride of Francis Ercell Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Foster, Adolphustown, Rev. H.B. Neal officiating. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a gown of navy blue canton crepe. After a dainty luncheon, Mr. and Mrs. Foster left for Ottawa and other points, the bride travelling in a navy tricotine suit with small hat to match.


Mar 19 1924

Daily British Whig


March 1924

Magee Scrapbook

Foster -



Married - At Napanee, on June 7th, Mr. E.E. Foster, of Sophiasburgh, to Miss E. Seeley, of Hamburgh.


June 12 1880

Daily British Whig




BALFOUR - FOTHERINGHAM - At Hickory Grove, Bath, on the beautiful shores of the Bay of Quinte, a quiet wedding was celebrated on Wednesday, June 21st, when Annie, eldest daughter of Mrs. Thos. Balfour, was united in marriage with the Rev. R. H. Fotheringham, B.A., of Pettapiece, Manitoba.  Rev J. C. McConachie, B.A., B.D., of Foxboro, conducted the ceremony.  The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Percy Balfour, was gowned in pearl silk collenne, trimmed with embroidered chiffon and applique, over taffeta silk.  She wore a tulle veil with a coronet of orange blossoms, and carried a large bouquet of white roses.  Miss Grey, B. A., of Kingston, attired in cream silk trimmed with embroidered chiffon and silk lace insertion, attended the bride.  She carried a large bouquet of pink roses.  The groom was assisted by Mr. A. Calhoun, M.A., of Ottawa.  The bride’s going away gown was of brown chiffon broadcloth, touched with velvet of the same shade.  The young couple took the train at Napanee for Toronto, from which  point they will make the trip up the lakes by boat, before proceeding to their new home in the west.


From the Watson Scrapbooks

Fournis -



At Napanee, June 9th, O.O. Fournis, Adolphustown, to Mabel Oke of South Fredericksburgh.


June 12 1897

Daily British Whig

Fox -



In Napanee, Feb 6th, Geo. Washington Fox, Camden East, to Mahala Blakely, North Fredericksburgh.


Feb 21 1889

Daily British Whig

Fox –



FOX-HUFF – At the Vicarage, Napanee, Nov. 26th, 1910, by Rev. Rural Dean Dibb, Alfred Fox, son of Thos. Fox and Cecila Huff, daughter of Albert Huff, both of the Township of Adolphustown.


Dec 5 1910

Kingston Daily Standard

Fralick -



At the Parsonage, Napanee, on October 3rd, Mr. Elhanan a. Fralick, of Ernestown, to Miss Elizabeth McGinnis, of Richmond, by Wm. English, Wesleyan Minister.


Oct 7 1858



Fralick –



FRALICK-McKONKEY – On July 13th, Elhanan Fralick, Morven to Ida M. McKonkey, North Fredericksburgh.


July 21 1892

Weekly British Whig

Francis -



John George Francis, age 28, Res: Toronto Junction, b. England - Norfolk, Bachelor, Electrician, Methodist, son of George Francis & Elizabeth Hullett.

Mary Matilda Higgins, age 26, Res: Conway, b. Stella, Spinster, Methodist,

dau. of  John Higgins, & Sarah Collis

Married at Conway, Sept 4, 1906, by W. S. Boyce, Minister, Methodist.

Witnesses:  Charles Frances, Adolphustown & Louisa Higgins, Conway


Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.


Fraser -



PERRY-FRASER - At Napanee on Wednesday, December 28th, 1921, by the Rev. Dr. Shorey, Mr. Sperry Herbert Fraser, of Morven, youngest son of Mrs. Jas. Fraser to Rhea Belle, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Perry, of Napanee.


Jan 6 1922

Napanee Beaver

Frazer –



At Belleville, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. John Grier, Rector of Belleville, Captain George Frazer of the 3rd Regt. Hastings Militia, to Mrs. Isabella Lloyd, third daughter of the late Alexander Clarke, Esq., of Fredericksburgh.


Jan 24 1841

Montreal Gazette

Freemantle –



On Wednesday, Aug. 5th, Charles Henry Freemantle of this place [Odessa], was married in Bath to Miss Ethel May Hill, of Fredericksburgh. The wedding was a quiet affair and took place at the residence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. W.B. Tucker.


Aug 13 1896

Weekly British Whig

French -



St. Alban's Church, Adolphustown, was the setting for a quiet Fall wedding on November 4th, at 10 o'clock a.m. when Janet Helen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Brooks became the bride of Raymond Arthur, second youngest son of Mrs. French and the late Mr. French, of Conway. Rev. H.C. Secker performed the ceremony.

The bride looked charming attired in a blue tailored suit, with black accessories, while her attendant, Miss Betty McEwen, cousin of the groom, was becomingly attired in a brown tailored suit, and they both carried bouquets of gold coloured mums.

The groom was attended by Mr. Evan Brooks, brother of the bride.

After the ceremony, the bridal party and a few of their most intimate friends partook of a luncheon at the bride's home before leaving on a motor trip to Toronto, Hamilton, Niagara and Galt.

On their return they will take up residence at Newburgh.


Nov 15 1944

Napanee Beaver

Fretts -



Wedding Bells Keep Ringing

A very interesting and pleasing ceremony was performed at the Hay Bay church on Monday 21st inst., when Rev. R.M. Pope, assisted by Rev. T. Snowdon, united in marriage W.G. Fretts, of Fredericksburgh, and Maude, third daughter of W.H. Cadman, of Adolphustown. Miss Ila Miller, Kingston, cousin of the bride, acted in the capacity of bridesmaid, while the groom was supported by Charles Vanslyck, of Ernesttown. Although the ceremony was performed at an early hour, the large assembly of acquaintances present to witness the event bore evidence of the high esteem in which the young people are held. Mrs. William Nolan, organist, rendered Mendelssohn's favorite wedding march as the bridal party marched to and from the altar. The bride was neatly attired in a travelling suit of brown cloth. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left for Napanee, thence by rail for Ottawa and places of interest east. Mr. and Mrs. Fretts carry with them the best wishes of a host of relatives and friends.


Dec 23 1896

Daily British Whig

Fretts -



By the Rev. C.R. Allison, on the 30th of November, Mr. Ebenezer Fretts of Fredericksburgh, to Miss Margaret Jane Gordanier of Ernesttown.


Jan 4 1843

Christian Guardian

Fretts –



FRETTS-HAGGERTY – At Richmond, on Feb. 12th, A. Madeline Haggerty to W. Albert Fretts, of North Fredericksburgh.


Mar 1 1924

Daily British Whig

Fretts -


FRETTS-HAMBLY - At Pleasant Valley, March 23rd, Richard Fretts, Fredericksburgh, to Laura Hambly, Richmond.

Mar 25 1898

British Whig

Frisken -



FRISKEN - PETERS -  On the 11th inst., at the residence of the bride’s father, by the Rev. Richard Duke, Adam Frisken, to Nellie Blanche, daughter of William L. Peters  all of the township of Richmond.


From the Watson Scrapbooks

Funnell -



Edward Funnell, junior partner of the firm of John Funnell & Son, Napanee, was married to Miss Harriet K., daughter of Jacob Vanalstine, of North Fredericksburgh, on Wednesday. Few of his friends were aware of the fact until after its consummation. They are a worthy couple.


Sept 19 1891

Daily British Whig

Furse -



FURSE-BROOKS - At Grace Church parsonage on Saturday, April 5th, by Rev. W.P. Woodger, Harold Gordon Furse and Florence Marie Brooks, both of South Fredericksburgh.


Wedding Bells  Brooks-Furse

A quiet wedding was solemnized on Saturday, April 5th, 1930 at the Grace Methodist parsonage, Napanee, when the Rev. W.P. Woodger united in the bonds of holy matrimony Miss Florence (Flossie) Mary Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks, and Harold Gordon Furse, of Sillsville, Ont. The happy couple journeyed to Selby to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Dudgeon's where a delightful dinner was served and from there to Belleville, where they were the guests of the bride's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Almon Wickett for a few days.

The happy couple will take up residence at Hay Bay.


Apr 9 1930

Napanee Beaver

Furse -



Marriages - Furse-Clapp - On Wednesday, Nov. 1st, 1899, by the Rev. J.R. Real, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Fred. A. Furse, of Adolphustown to Miss Clapp, of Picton.


Nov 22 1899

Napanee Star

Furze -



On Jan. 12th, John Furze, to Caroline Bristowe, all of South Fredericksburgh.


Jan 17 1885

Daily British Whig