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Gallagher -



At Trinity Parsonage on Wednesday, July  31st, 1912, by the  Rev. S. Sellery, Edith, only daughter of Charles Amey, of Switzerville, to Frank Gallagher, of Adolphustown.



From the Watson Scrapbooks

Gallagher –



At Cannifton, Aug. 22nd, the marriage of Nora Lena, eldest daughter of Mrs. L.E. Farnsworth, Shannonville, to J.R. Stratton Gallagher son of H.W. Gallagher, Adolphustown, took place.


Sept 3 1925

Weekly British Whig

Gallagher –



GALLAGHER-HUFF – At Napanee on March 12th, Isabel Lilian, daughter of William A. Huff, Fredericksburgh to James Claude Gallagher, Adolphustown.


Mar 15 1924

Daily British Whig

Gallagher -



At Newburgh, on the 10th inst., Mr. John Gallagher, to Miss Catherine Makiver, both of Adolphustown.


Nov 15 1873

Daily British Whig

Gallagher –




A very pretty wedding was quietly solemnized at the Anglican Rectory, Adolphustown, on Monday afternoon, April 20, when Clare, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick of Adolphustown became the bride of Mr. Gerald Gallagher, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallagher of Dorland, Ont.


A very pleasantly arranged variety shower was held on Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tibbutt, when they entertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gallagher whose marriage took place on Monday at Adolphustown. Many beautiful gifts were received by the bride and groom. Cards were played during the evening and the prize winners were: ladies first, Mrs. Scott Wiseman; second, Mrs. George Tibbutt; gentlemen’s first, Mr. Arthur Wiskin; second, Mr. Gerald Gallagher. After the cards dainty refreshments were served by the hostess.


Apr 23 1936

Kingston Whig Standard

Gallagher -



Wedding Bells - Gallagher-McCrudden

At the Manse, Belleville, Ont., on January 26th, 1929, Miss Margaret Ann McCrudden, of Sillsville, Ont., and Mr. Edward Glynn Gallagher, of Dorland, were united in marriage, Rev. Dr. MacTavish officiating. The bride looked charming in a dress of periwinkle blue crepe with a French hat to match. Mrs. W.J. MacDonald, cousin of the bride, as matron of honor also looked charming in a gown of Montilla brown crepe with hat to match, while Mr. W.J. MacDonald did the duties of best man. The happy couple will reside at Adolphustown, Ont.


Jan 30 1929

Napanee Beaver

Gallagher -



GALLAGHER-PLEDGER - At Dorland, March 1st, Sanford Gallagher to Celia Pledger, both of South Fredericksburgh.


Mar 7 1893

Daily British Whig

Galloway -



By the Rev. C.S. Eastman at Napanee, on Thursday 13th inst., Daniel Galloway, of South Fredericksburgh, to Mrs. Minerva Haines, Ernestown.


June 27 1878

Kingston News

Galt –



BREWER-GALT – At South Napanee, on Aug. 19th, Mrs. Ida A. Brewer of Toronto to Mr. Henry H. Galt, Adolphustown.


Aug 29 1916

Daily British Whig

Galt -



GALT - FITCHETT - At Sillsville, on Wednesday, September 28th by the Rev. R. Harding, Mr. Finlay B. Galt, to Miss Eliza C. Fitchett, daughter of John Fitchett.


Oct 1 1881

Napanee Beaver

Galt -



GALT-HAGGERTY - At Bay parsonage, South Napanee, on Wednesday, Jan 8 1909, by Rev. C.W. DeMille, Mary Haggerty, of Richmond, to Andrew Morley Galt, of Adolphustown.


Jan 8 1909

Napanee Beaver

Galt -



A quiet, but pretty wedding, took place at Trinity Church parsonage on Wednesday, February 16th, at 3 o'clock, when Laura, youngest daughter of Mr. James Myers, Hawley, was united in marriage to Arthur E. Galt, Hawley by Rev. G.W. McCall. The bride looked very handsome in her travelling suit of brown broadcloth with ecru net waist and large picture hat. The happy couple, amid showers of rice and best wishes, took the 4.20 train for Toronto, and will visit relatives at Port Hope and Peterboro before their return. The young couple will take up their residence at Hawley, where they are both very popular.


Feb 18 1910

Napanee Beaver

Galt -



Norman F. Galt, age 26, Res: Township of South Fredericksburgh, b. Tp. So. Fredericksburgh, Bachelor, Blacksmith, Methodist, son of Finlay Galt & Edith Galt.

Daisy May Palmer, age 16, Res: Township So. Fredericksburgh, b. Necton, Swaffham Eng., Spinster, Methodist, dau. of Alfred George & Beatrice M. Palmer.

Married at Conway, June 24, 1913 by Rufus Garratt, Meth. Minister

Witnesses:  Robert W. Wilson, U.E.L. Post Office, Ont. & Ellen N. Wilson, Conway, Ont.


A quiet but pretty wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, on the 24th inst., when their eldest daughter, Daisy May Palmer, of Conway, was united in matrimony to Norman F. Galt, of Sillsville. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. Garrett, of Conway. The parlor was beautifully decorated with an arch of ferns and pineys under which the ceremony was performed. The winsome young bride looked very handsome as she entered the room, leaning on the arm of her father. She wore a dress of blue voile trimmed with white lace, and blue silk, and wore the groom's gift a gold brooch in the form of two crossed hearts. She carried a bouquet of white pineys. The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Helen Wilson, who looked charming in a dress of pink mull, and also wore the bridegroom's gift, a beautiful brooch set with brilliants. Mr. Robert Wilson acted as best man and wore the groom's gift, a pearl tie clip. The sister of the bride, Violet Mary palmer, was flower girl and ring bearer, and wore a dress of white lace and blue silk trimmings. After the ceremony the guests sat down to a dainty wedding tea. The table was very nicely decorated. the bride's wedding cake was in the centre with red and white streamers to the corners of the table. The wedding party left the next morning for a short trip to Kingston. The bride received many beautiful gifts as follows: -

Mrs. George Palmer, glass cream jug, sugar bowl, butter dish, spoon holder, berry dish and silver plated tray and scoop and $5.00, Violet Palmer, glass berry dish. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, white bed spread, Miss Minnie Wilson, glass cake dish and berry bowl, Miss Gertie Wilson, glass biscuit jar, Mr. Robert Wilson, pair of lace curtains, Mrs. John Fitchett, china berry dish, Mrs. Archie Bruce, linen stand cover, Mrs. Hendy, egg boiler, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooper and family, cut glass dessert set, Mrs. Harold Ruttan, glass cake stand. The guests left in the wee, small hours of the morning wishing the bridal couple a happy and prosperous voyage through life.


Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.



July 4 1913

Napanee Beaver

Galt -



A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized at Bath United Church parsonage on Saturday, November 28th, at 3:00 o'clock, when Rev. Jas. Robinson united in marriage Helen Josephine, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robertson, Mount Pleasant, to Ronald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Galt, Hawley.

The bride wore an attractive beige and brown crepe dress with small brown fur-trimmed hat. Her shoulder corsage was of American Beauty and Talisman roses.

Miss Muriel Whitton, the bride's attendant, wore a green crepe dress with matching hat, and her corsage was of American Beauty roses. The groom was ably supported by Mr. Sam Asselstine.

The groom's gift to the bridesmaid was a necklace in costume jewellery, and to the groomsman a leather billfold.

After the ceremony the happy couple left on a trip for Ottawa, where they will spend a few days before returning to their home at Hawley.

The bride travelled in a trim beige reefer with brown accessories.


Dec 2 1942

Napanee Beaver

Galt -



Robert John Galt of S. Fredericksburgh and Almira Maria Smith of S. Fredericksburgh on November 24th, 1875 at Kingston by Rev. Thomas W. Smith minister of St. Andrews Church.  Witnesses: Anthony English and Ethel Smith.





Family Bible

Galt -



Married - On Feb. 17th 1886, Henry Galt, to Miss Christina Wamsley, of Adolphustown.


GALT-WAMSLEY - By the Rev. L.A. Betts, on Feb. 17th, 1886, at the Methodist Parsonage, Bridge St. West, Mr. Henry Galt to Miss Christina, eldest daughter of the late Andrew Wamsley, Esq., of Adolphustown. No cards.


Feb 20 1886

Daily British Whig

Gamble -



GAMBLE - SPRATT -  On June 30th, at the residence of the bride’s parents, by the Rev. W. S. Jamieson, A.M., Mr. George Gamble, of Nepean, to Miss Mary Ann Spratt, of Gloucester, Ont.


July 28 1886

The Christian Guardian

Gamble –



GAMBLE – HEGADORN – A quiet October wedding was solemnized at the parsonage, Carrying Place, by Rev. A. E. Tavener, at eight o’clock, Saturday evening, October 15, when Jessie Pearl, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hegadorn of Consecon, became the bride of Clifton Lewis Gamble of Ameliasburg.  The only witnesses being the sister of the groom, Miss Eileen Gamble and Mr. Paul Tyler of Ameliasburg.  The bride wore a becoming gown of royal blue georgette, long lines, trimmed with chiffon velvet, with hat and accessories in matching shades.  Immediately  after the ceremony, the happy couple left for a short honeymoon retuning Sunday evening when a reception was held at the home of the groom’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Delong.  On Tuesday evening, Oct. 11, a miscellaneous shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. N,. Palmer in honor of the bride-to-be.  Many lovely and useful gifts were received, for which the young couple expressed their great appreciation.  They all joined in singing “For They Are Jolly Good Fellows.”  A social time was spent after which a lovely lunch was served by the young people.  The gathering broke up about eleven-thirty, all wishing the young couple long life, health and prosperity.


Nov 10 1932

The Picton Times

Garrison -



Married - At North Fredericksburgh, on April 3rd, M.W. Garrison to Annie M. Doller.


Apr 19 1884

Daily British Whig

Garrison -



GARRISON-MEYERS – At Hawley, Sept. 23rd, Norman Garrison to Blanche Meyers.


 A pleasing event took place on 23d Sept at Hawley, when Norman B. Garrison, Morven, was married to Miss Blanche Meyers, eldest daughter of James Meyers, Hawley. The bride looked charming and so did the groom. She was assisted by Miss Emma Garrison, sister of the groom. The groom was supported by Robert Meyers. The bride was the recipient of many valuable presents.



A very pleasing event took place on Wednesday evening, 23d Sept. at Hawley, when Mr. Norman B. Garrison, of Morven, was married to Miss Blanche Meyers eldest daughter of James Meyers, Esq. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's father, Hawley, at 8 p.m. in the presence of a large company of relatives and friends. Rev. H. Allen performed the ceremony. The bride looked charming and so did the groom. She was assisted by Miss Emma Garrison, sister of the groom. The groom was supported by Mr. Robert Meyers. The bride was the recipient of many valuable presents. The happy couple started east on their wedding trip.


Oct 1 1891

Weekly British Whig


Oct 7 1891

Daily British Whig


Oct 2 1891

Napanee Beaver

Garrison -



Miss Emma Miller, daughter of George G. Miller, North Fredericksburgh, was married on Wednesday to G.H. Garrison of the same township. the ceremony was performed before a large number of invited guests. The bride's younger sister, Miss Libbie Miller, acted as bridesmaid, and R.N. Miller, of Tamworth, acted as groomsman. The bride received a large number of valuable presents.


May 4 1887

Daily British Whig

Gates –



GATES – GLENN – At the home of the bride’s father, on Nov. 11th, by the Rev. J. Cumberland, Mr. Wm. Gates, Kingston, to  Miss Lizzie Glenn, Amherst Island, second daughter of Wm. Glenn.


Nov 13 1891



Gault -



John Gault, North Fredericksburgh, and Maud Bartley, Deseronto Road, were married on Tuesday.


Jan 9 1899

Daily British Whig

Gault -



On Oct 27th, John Gault, of Napanee, to Miss Olive Perry, of North Fredericksburgh.


Nov 1 1880

Daily British Whig

Gaylord -



MARRIED - At Bath on the 9th inst. by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Luther Gaylord to Miss Rosina Hartman, both of Ernest Town.


Sept 3 1831



Gerow -



GEROW-VANALSTINE - At Napanee, on Wednesday, December 2nd, by Rev. S.T. Bartlett, Mr. Allen Fraser Gerow, of North Fredericksburgh to Miss Phoebe Jane Vanalstine, of Napanee.


Dec 4 1903

Napanee Express

Getty -



Congratulatory - On Monday Mr. John Getty, of North Fredericksburgh, led to the hymeneal altar Miss Outwater, daughter of Mr. Outwater, of Richmond, and the happy couple left on the evening train for the West, on a bridal tour. The many friends of the newly-wedded pair are preparing congratulatory  speeches, and we have pleasure in prefixing our own.


Mar 20 1879

Napanee Standard

Gibson –



MARRIAGES – GIBSON – SILLS – On June 22nd, Lydia Sills, North Fredericksburgh, to Thomas Gibson, Switzerville


July 1 1892



Gilbert -



On Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. W. R. Payne, R. N. Mr. John D. Gilbert, of Adolphustown, to Miss Ann Bailie, of Pittsburgh.


May 15 1830



Glass -



MARRIED - At the Presbyterian manse, May 28th, by the Rev. John Scott, Mr. John Glass to Miss Susan McEwen, both of the township of South Fredericksburgh.


June 3 1872

Daily News

Godfrey -



Married - Godfrey-Venton - At Napanee, April 23rd, Richard Godfrey and Emma Venton, both of Adolphustown.


Apr 26 1890

British Whig

Goodman –



For the first time in 70 years, since the erection of the building, a wedding was solemnized in Gretna United Church, near here, on Aug. 28 at 2.30 p.m. The property on which the church stands was presented by the great-grandfather of the bride and her grandfather helped in the construction of the edifice.

Rev. H.A. Mellow, pastor of Leaside United Church, Toronto, uncle of the bride, assisted by Rev. R.M. Brown, pastor of Gretna Church, officiated at the ceremony in which Mildred Isabelle Parks, daughter of Mrs. Laura Snooks and the late Ralph Parks, was united in marriage to Wilbur H. Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Goodman of North Adolphustown Township.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her uncle, F.E. Mellow, of Napanee, wore a floor length, white embroidered georgette gown with a white fingertip veil and carried a bouquet of red roses.

She was attended by Mrs. Jeanne Corbett, of Gananoque, who was dressed in a floor-length pink satin gown and hat of the same material and carried pink roses. The best man was Thomas Curry, of North Fredericksburgh and ushers were Douglas Blakely, brother-in-law of the groom and Ralph Mellow, cousin of the bride.

Following the service in the church, a reception was held at the girlhood home of the bride, the residence of the late John P. and Mrs. Mellow, where for a number of years, she and her widowed mother had lived.

Mrs. Snooks, mother of the bride, was dressed in a rose, crepe suit, while the mother of the groom, Mrs. Goodman, wore pale blue.

On their departure for the honeymoon to Toronto, Niagara Falls and other points, the bride wore a rose suit with brown accessories and a gold locket, a gift of the groom. On their return they will reside in North Adolphustown.

During the service, W.C. Joyce, an elder of the church, and for many years superintendent of the Sunday School, presented the bride with a bible, signifying the first wedding to be held in the church since its erection in 1876,


Sept 3 1946

Kingston Whig Standard

Goodman –



[Bardolph, Nov. 6] A quiet wedding took place at the home of Mr. M.A. Miller on Wednesday, when her daughter, Miss Ina, was united in marriage to William H. Goodman. The couple left on the evening train for Toronto. On their return they will reside at Bardolph.


Nov 8 1913

Daily British Whig

Gordanier -



Married  By the Rev. C.R. Allison of Napanee, on the 18th inst., Mr. William Henry, only Son of Mr. John Gordanier, of Ernestown, to Miss Jane Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. Frederick Keller, of the same place.


Feb 23 1841

Upper Canada Herald

Gordanier –



GORDANIER-SMITH – At Fredericksburgh on Sept. 8th, Louis M. Gordanier to Nettie A. Smith.


Sept 26 1889

Weekly British Whig

Gould -



By the Rev. Wm. Haw, Nov 6th, Mr. Andrew Gould of Richmond, to Miss Mary J. Huyke, of Adolphustown.


Jan 4 1843

Christian Guardian

Grace -



Married - On same day [Dec 26], at Adolphustown, by the same [Rev. John A. Mulock, Rector], William Grace, Esq., of the Township of Lindsay, to Bessie Maria, grand-daughter of Peter V. Dorland, Esq., Adolphustown.


Jan 3 1856

Daily News




LEONARD – GRAHAM – A wedding of great interest  to the young people  of Napanee took place yesterday at high noon, at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, when Miss Frances Clapp Leonard, youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Leonard, was united in matrimony to Mr. Robert J. E. Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Graham, of Belleville.  The Rev. J. H. H. Coleman officiated.  The bride, who wore a charming gown of white charmeuse, with panel effect of silver lace, and court train lined with shell pink, carried a shower bouquet of sweetheart roses.  Her veil was a gracefully arranged affair of tulle fastened at the right of a crown of tulle and silver lace, and caught at the shoulder with orange blossoms.  She was given away by her father, and attended by two bridesmaids, Miss Hazel Leonard and Miss Grace Graham.  The former wore a chic little frock of nile green taffeta, the bodice of silver embroidery, the waist girdled with pink rose buds.  Miss Graham was most prettily gowned in orchid taffeta, and both wore hats of black tulle with sequin crowns, and carried Dresden bouquets. The mother of the bride wore pearl grey faille with corsage bouquet of orchids, and a becoming hat of jet.  Mrs. Graham, mother of the groom, was gowned in blue and gold brocade, with a large black hat, and also carried orchids.  Mr. Edward Wittaker, of Toronto acted as best man, and the ushers were the Messrs.  Ted Byers of Chatham, George Graham and Jamison Bone, of Belleville.  Professor Wheatley, played the wedding marches, and Miss Marion Wilson sang “Until” by Sanderson,  during the signing of the register.  The church was quite festive with Christmas greens and masses of red carnations on the altar.  After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard.  Here the decorations were of pink and green, the roses and smilax making a charming background for the lovely young bride.  Mr. and Mrs. Graham left at two o’clock for New  York, the bride travelling in a suit of Belgian blue velour with collar and cuffs of grey squirrel, a muff and handbag of the same fur, and a small grey hat with grey squirrel trimming.  Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Graham, Mr. Bruce and Miss Grace Graham, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bone and two little daughters, Mr. and Mrs. George Graham, and two little sons, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell, and Miss Josephine Parker, all of Belleville.  Dr. and Mrs. Edward Wood, of Peterboro’;  Mr. Leonard Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs. A.F.D. Lace and two children, of Toronto;  Miss Helen Trickey, of Kingston, and Miss Elizabeth Mellow, of Enterprise.  The wedding gifts were many and beautiful, showing the popularity of the bride and groom amongst their many friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Graham will go south for the winter, and on their return will take up their residence in Belleville.


From the Watson Scrapbooks




GRANGE – McDOUGALL – At 560 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa, on Tuesday, June 1st, 1915, by the Rev. W. T. Herridge, D.D., Mr. Edward W. Grange, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Grange, Napanee, Ont.  to Miss Marion O. McDougall, daughter of the late John Lorne McDougall, C.M.G., auditor-General of Canadian, and Mrs. McDougall



From the Watson Scrapbooks

Grant -



William H. Grant, age 36, Res: Toronto, b. Bowmanville, Bachelor, Schoolteacher, Methodist, son of John Grant & Martha Libby,

Emily A. Cherry, age 23, Res: Kleinburg, b. Township of Vaughn, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of James Cherry & Elizabeth Sheardown.

Married at Kleinburg, County of York, July 14th, 1909, by John N. Bunner, Methodist Minister

Witnesses:  Susan Cherry, Kleinburg & Lily Cherry, Kleinburg


Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.


Grant -



GRANT - PETTIT - On the 26th ult., by the Rev. Robt. Duff, at the residence of the bride’s father, William Pettit, Esq., of Saltfleet, Thomas Grant, Esq., of the city of Hamilton, to Miss Margaret Abigail Pettit, of the township of Saltfleet, Ontario. 


Sept 16 1885

The Christian Guardian

Gray –




Napanee, June 24 – A quiet wedding was solemnized at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Toronto, Monday, June 23, when Elda Georgina, Eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. George Daverne, of Adolphustown and Lynden Henry, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Gray of Perth, were united in marriage by Rev. J.E. Ward.

The bride was becomingly attired in dusty pink crepe, with white accessories. The attendants were Miss Florence Daverne of Toronto, sister of the bride and Oliver Latam of Toronto. After the ceremony, the happy couple left for Hamilton and points west and upon their return will reside in Napanee.


June 24 1941

Kingston Whig Standard

Griffice -



Married - On the 20th inst. by the Rev. M. Lang, Mr. William Griffice, of Adolphustown to Miss Eliza Knapp, of Pitsburg.


Feb 26 1839

Upper Canada Herald

Gunn -



MARRIED - On the 6th June, by the Rev. H.E. Plees, B.A., Curate of St. John's church, Bath, William Alexander Gunn, druggist, Princess Street, Kingston, eldest son of William Gunn, Esq., of Walkerton, to Amanda Elizabeth, second daughter of Joseph C. Hawley, Esq., of South Fredericksburgh.


Matrimonial - Mr. Gunn, the popular druggist of Princess street, we are happy to hear, has led to the altar Miss Hawley, of Fredericksburgh. The happy couple have gone on a wedding tour to the Falls of Niagara.


June 7 1872

Daily News


June 8 1872

Daily News

Gurren -



SILLS-GURREN - At the home of the bride's father, Mr. Sylvester Sills, Conway, Wednesday, 30th Dec., by Rev. Dr. Roberts, Miss Leah J. Sills and Mr. Thos. W. Gurren, Sandhurst.



On Wednesday, 30th Dec., a very pretty wedding took place at the residence of Mr. Sylvester Sills, Conway, when his daughter, Leah J., was married to Mr. Thos. W. Gurren, of Sandhurst. Promptly at eleven o'clock, the guests all assembled in the spacious drawing room which was beautifully and tastefully decorated for the occasion. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. Dr. Roberts, rector of the parish. The bride, who was given away by her father, was assisted by Miss Maude Webster, Napanee, while the groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Geo. H. Gurren. The bride was gowned in her travelling suit of brown and gold clothe rand white taffeta silk waist with chiffon and appliqué trimmings and picture hat of brown velvet and mink. After the ceremony the gests adjourned to the beautifully decorated dining room where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served. The bride was the recipient of many handsome and useful presents, showing the esteem in which the happy couple are held. The bridal party left for Napanee amidst showers of rice whence they took the evening train for Montreal and other eastern points.


Wedding at Conway

A quiet wedding was celebrated at the home of Mr. Sylvester Sills, Conway, on Wednesday, December Thirtieth, when his daughter, Leah, was united in marriage to Mr. Thos. Gurren. The ceremony was performed at eleven o'clock in the morning by Rev. D. Roberts, in the presence of a few intimated friends and relatives of the contracting parties. Miss Maud Webster, Napanee, acted as bridesmaid, while Mr. W. Gurren, brother of the groom, performed a like office for the groom. THE EXPRESS extends congratulations.


Jan 1 1904

Napanee Beaver


Jan 1 1904

Napanee Express

Guy -



St Mary Magdalene Church was the setting for a quiet wedding on Wednesday afternoon, September 30, when Miss Betsy E. Fitchett, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Fitchett, Gretna, became the bride of Mr. Nelson Alfred Guy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guy, London, Eng. Rev. R.J. Dumbrille officiated.

The attendants were Miss Frances Waitson and Mr. Carmen Dale, of Napanee.

A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to immediate relatives.

The bride and groom will reside at Gretna, Ontario.


Oct 14 1936

Napanee Beaver