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Listed in Alphabetical Order by Grooms’ Surname

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Surnames

Information

Date/Source

Haezilit -

   Peterson

 

Married - At Adolphustown, by the Rev. Mr. Morley, on Wednesday, the 24th instant, Mr. Joseph Haezilit of Hallowell to Miss Mary Peterson, eldest daughter of Mr. Nicholas Peterson, Senr., of Adolphustown.

     

Sep 30 1823

Upper Canada Herald

Haggadore -

   Cornelius

 

In North Fredericksburgh, on June 29th, Jas. Haggadore, Deseronto, to Miss Charlotte Cornelius, North Fredericksburgh.

     

July 5 1890

Daily British Whig

Haggadore -

   Luffman

 

In North Fredericksburgh, on June 29th, Chas Haggadore, Deseronto, to Minnie Luffman, of North Fredericksburgh.

    

July 5 1890

Daily British Whig

Haight -

   Daverne

 

A quiet wedding was solemnized at the church of St. Alban the Martyr, Adolphustown, Saturday evening, Feb 28, at eight o’clock, when Florence Louise Daverne, Reg. N., second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. George Daverne, of Adolphustown, and L-Cpl. Jack Warren Haight, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Haight, of Adolphustown, were united in marriage by Rev. C. C. Brazill.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, was becomingly attired in navy blue crepe with white accessories and wore a turban of navy blue crepe with matching veil.  She wore a shoulder bouquet of dream roses interspersed with lily-of-the-valley.  The bride and groom were attended by the bride’s youngest sister Miss Nora Daverne of Napanee and by the groom’s only brother, Mr. Richard Haight of Trenton.  After the ceremony an informal supper was served at the home of the bride’s parents, after which the bride and groom left for a short wedding trip.

   

1942

Newspaper Clipping

Haight –

 Phippen

 

A pretty wedding took place at the home of the bride on September  2, when Miss Jennie C. Phippen, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. George Phippen, was married to Mr. Wilfrid L. Haight, son of Mrs. L. Haight, all those immediately interested belonging to Conway.  The Rev. A. Hill conducted the ceremony.  The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white satin, with overskirt of silk voile, the voile being draped over the satin to form the bodice, a tulle veil finishing the toilette.  She was unattended, and only close friends of both parties were present.  Miss M. E. bell played the wedding marches.  Mrs. Haight’s travelling dress was of navy blue whipcord, her close-fitting, white feather hat being edged with black velvet.

 

1914

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Ham -

   Farnsworth

 

Married - At Ernestown, on Monday evening last, by Rev. Robt McDowall, Mr. Henry  Ham, of Fredericksburgh to Mrs. Frances Farnsworth, formerly of Missouri.

      

May 15 1833

Upper Canada Herald

Ham -

   Fraser

 

Married - On Tuesday evening, the 14th instant, by the Rev. John Machar, Mr. Ebenezer Ham, of Fredericksburgh to Miss Ann Caroline, second daughter of James Fraser Esq., of the same place.

      

Apr 21 1840

Upper Canada Herald

Ham -

   Scott

 

Married - By the Rev. Mr. Guenther on Sunday the 27th inst., Mr. Simeon Ham to Miss Eliza Scott, both of Fredericksburgh

         

Mar 30 1831

Upper Canada Herald

Hambly -

   Parks

 

On Wednesday John N. Hambly, eldest surviving son of Joseph Hambly, Hay Bay, was united in matrimony with Miss Helen, fourth daughter of John F. Parks of the same place. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. McDonald, M.A. Samuel Hambly, brother of the groom acted as best man, while Miss Libby Parks, sister of the bride was bridesmaid.

    

Dec 21 1895

Daily British Whig

Hambly -

   Parks

 

At Napanee, on Jan 13th, S.J. Hambly, North Fredericksburgh, to Theresa Maud, second daughter of John F. Parks.

   

Jan 16 1892

Daily British Whig

Hambly -

   Parks

 

At Napanee, February 23rd, William James Elgin Hambly, North Fredericksburgh, to Laura Elizabeth, youngest daughter of John F. Parks, Hay Bay.

    

Feb 26 1898

Daily British Whig

Hambly -

   Wagar

 

On Wednesday, the 8th inst., Miss Amelia Wagar, youngest daughter of James Wagar, River Road, and Samuel Hambly, youngest son of Joseph Hambly, North Fredericksburgh, were united in marriage. The interesting ceremony was performed at the Western Methodist parsonage by Rev. C. Parker. Miss Estelle Wagar, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and William Baird performed a like service for the groom. After the ceremony, the newly-wedded couple drove to the residence of the bride's parents, where a reception was held. A large number of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties were present, and after partaking of a sumptuous tea the evening was very pleasantly spent. The presents to the bride were admired, and the useful as well as the ornamental were there in rich profusion, testifying to the esteem in which the young couple are held by their many friends.

       

Dec 11 1897

Daily British Whig

Hamm -

   Aylsworth

 

Married - On Thursday the 1st instant at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. I.B. Aylsworth,  Mr. George Henry Hamm, son of Benjamin Hamm Esq. to Sarah Ann Aylsworth daughter of Robert Aylsworth, Esq., all of Ernesttown.

     

Oct 8 1863

Napanee Standard

Harding -

  Mallory

 

HARDING - MALLORY - The marriage of Helena Edith, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Mallory, Toronto, to Dr. Charles A. Harding, of Ridgetown, Ont., was solemnized at St. Margarets’ church at five o’clock Wednesday, the rector, Rev. R. J. Moore, officiating. The bride was given away by her father, and wore a robe of wavy Duchesse satin with  a bertha of pointe lace, and panel of seed pearls, embroidered on chiffon, and a tulle veil and wreath of lilies of the valley, and instead of the usual bouquet, carried a prayer book, which, with a pearl pendant, was the gift of the groom.  Miss Rous, Miss Dolly Dudley and Miss Eva Bradd, of Peterboro’ were the bridesmaids.  The first named, as maid of honor, wore white net, while the two others had cream voile girdled with yellow, the hats of all being alike, garlanded with marguerites, and each carried a posy of the same flower.  They also wore pearl crescent pins, the gifts of the groom.  Dr. Fred Mallory, brother of the bride, was best man, and Mr. W. W. Rous, Mr. McNeil of St. Mary’s, Mr. Kaiser, of Ridgetown, and Dr. Moles, of Norwich were the ushers.  The decorations were carried out in marguerites chiefly, with pretty effect. After the reception, which was held in the evening at the home of the bride’s parents, 226 Beverley street, the happy couple left for their honeymoon on the 9 p.m. train.  The bride’s travelling gown was of violet broadcloth, and a black chiffon hat.

 

1904

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Harns -

   Smith

 

MARRIED - At Bath on Thursday, the 22nd inft., by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Thomas Harns of Fredericksburgh to Miss Susanna Smith of Adolphus-Town

   

Dec 29 1820

Kingston Chronicle

Harper -

   Humphrey

 

Frederick Harper, age 27, Res: Deseronto, b. Canada, Widower, Engineer, E.C., son of Henry Harper & Mary Donnelly.

Arminta Humphrey, age 21, Res: Adolphustown, b. Canada, Spinster, Methodist, dau of John Humphrey & Elizabeth Williams

Married at -- on -- [information not given -probably 1903]

Witnesses:  Wilkie Humphrey, Adolphustown & Nellie Jones, 354 Spadina Ave., Toronto.

    

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Harris -

   Losee

 

At Adolphustown, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Job Deacon, MR. ABRAHAM HARRIS, of Kingston, to MISS PHOEBE LOSEE, daughter of Mr. Joseph Losee, of Ernestown.

   

July 11 1835

Kingston

Chronicle &

Gazette

Harris -

   Smith

 

MARRIED - At Bath, on Thursday the 22d inft by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Thomas Harris of Fredericksburgh to Miss Susanna Smith of Adolphus-Town

    

Kingston

Chronicle

Dec 29 1820

Harrison -

   Clark

 

Edward Blake Harrison, age 23, Res: Adolphustown, b. Adolphustown, Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of Geo. W[?] Harrison & Esther Victoria Clark.

Emily Augusta Clark, age 25, Res: S. Fredericksburgh, b. S. Fredericksburgh, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of John A. Clark & Elizth Ann Asselstine.

Married at  U.E.L. Meth. Church, Adolphustown, May 30th 1899 by Wm. Saunders, Minister Meth. Church.

Witnesses:  David Wright Roblin, Adolphustown & Elizabeth Ann Asseltine, Hawley

 

Harrison-Clark - At the U.E.L. Methodist church, Adolphustown, by Rev. Dr. Sanders, Tuesday, 30th May, Miss Emma Augusta, only daughter of Mr. J.A. Clark, Conway, to Mr. Edward B. Harrison, of Adolphustown.

 

Wedding Bells - Harrison-Clark

It was a joyous company that gathered in the U.E.L. Methodist church, Adolphustown, on Tuesday evening, 30th May to witness the marriage of Miss Emma Augusta, only daughter of Mr. J.A. Clark, Conway,  to Edward B. Harrison, of Adolphustown. The church was filled with guests and friends of the contracting parties. The members of the Adolphustown Epworth League, of which the bride is president, attended to the decorating the church, and deserve much credit for the artistic manner in which they arranged flowers and evergreens. The ushers, Mr. Harry Allison and Mr. B. Roblin, did their duties in a creditable manner.

At 8 o'clock, the hour set for the ceremony, the organist, Mrs. M. Trumpour, took her place at the organ, and the sweet strains of the wedding march filled the church as the bridal party took their places beneath an arch of evergreens, tastefully trimmed with flowers. The groom was supported by Mr. David Roblin, Adolphustown, while Miss Libbie Asselstine, of Hawley, acted as bridesmaid. Little Miss Anita Allison was maid of honor, and looked sweet dressed in white muslin over blue, with hat to match, and carrying on her arm a basket filled with flowers. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, and looked exceedingly well in white silk with chiffon and pearl trimmings, over which floated the bridal veil, fastened on the head with diamond crescent and flowers. The bride's bouquet was white roses. The bridesmaid wore a white hat, and was dressed in white muslin and carried a bouquet of carnations. Rev. Dr. Sanders, pastor of the church, officiated, the service being impressive and beautiful.

After the ceremony the bridal party left the church and were driven to Napanee, where the newly-married couple took eastern bound train for Montreal and Quebec. The bride received many beautiful presents, and the groom's present to the bridesmaid was a gold brooch set with brilliants.

       

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

 

May 26 1899

Napanee Beaver

Harrison -

   Huff

 

A marriage took place on August 3rd, at the residence of David Harrison, Belleville, when his son, George Harrison, Lindsay, was married to Sarah Jane Huff, daughter of George H. Huff, Adolphustown.

   

Aug 21 1901

Daily British Whig

Harrison -

  Lander

 

LANDER - HARRISON -  Oshawa, June 23 - (Special) - St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church this morning was the scene of a smart June wedding when Grace Isobel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Lander, was married to J. Leonard Harrison, Ph., M. B., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Harrison.  The pastor, Rev. Frank Maxwell, was officiating clergyman.  The bride, who was given away by her father, was charming in a  sleeveless gown of ivory crepe black satin, the long court train of the same being lined with bridal pink georgette and her graceful vigil was held in place by a lace coronet and orange blossoms.  She carried a shower bouquet of butterfly roses and lilies of the valley.  Miss Marion Feit was maid of honor and Miss Betty Martin, Hamilton, was bridesmaid.  Master Sidney Worden, cousin of the bride was ring-bearer.  Mr. George (“Bud”) Lander, brother of the bride was groomsman, and the ushers were Mr. Will Babe and Mr. Arnold Larmer.  During the signing of the register Miss Norine Trick sang, accompanied by Miss E. R. Emsley.  A reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents immediately following the ceremony;  Mrs. Lander receiving, assisted by Mrs. Harrison.  Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left for a boat trip to Montreal and points east, the bride travelling in a navy blue ensemble suit with small French hat to match, and platinum fox fur. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison will make their home in Toronto.

    

The Globe,

Toronto

June 23, 1925

Harrison-

 VanVlack

 

HARRISON – VANVLACK – At the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. VanVlack, Napanee Road, Wednesday Jane 8th, by Rev. S. Tucker of Deseronto, Lulu Marguerite and Mr. Elmer Harrison, second son of Mr. Marshall Harrison, Cressy

 

1919

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Hawley -

   Detlor

 

On the 5th inst., at the E.M. Church, South Fredericksburgh, by the Rev. John Scott, Mr. Charles Heath Hawley to Cynthia R., eldest daughter of Byard Detlor, Esq., all of South Fredericksburgh.

  

June 10 1873

Kingston News

Hawley -

   Douglas

 

Yesterday morning, by the Rev. John Machar, Mr. Joseph Hawley, of Ernest Town to Miss Mary Douglas, fourth daughter of the late Mr. George Douglas, of Kingston.

   

Jun 3 1840

Kingston

Chronicle &

Gazette

Hawley -

   Hicks

 

At South Napanee, Jan. 2nd, George Franklin Hawley, Adolphustown to Miss Mary M. Hicks, Fredericksburgh.

    

Jan 10 1895

Weekly British Whig

Hawley -

  Readey

 

HAWLEY - READEY - A pretty house wedding was solemnized on Wednesday afternoon, Sept 25th, at two o’clock at the residence of Mrs. J. E. Wilson, 360 Wellington Crescent, when her sister Miss Mary J. Readey was married to Mr. S. Franklin Hawley.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. Jas. L. Gordon, assisted by Dr. Sparling.  The bride who was given away by her father, Mr. W. J. Readey of MacGregor Man., wore a lovely wedding gown of white silk organdie with veil and orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of bridal roses.  A handsome necklace, the gift of the groom was her only adornment.  Both bride and groom were unattended .  After the short service a reception was held and when the bride had cut the cake she slipped away to dress for travelling.  She wore a becoming suit of brown cloth opening over a blouse of embroidered silk, and a brown hat.  Mr. and Mrs. Hawley left on the 4.50 train for the west, going as far as Vancouver and Victoria.

 

Newspaper Clipping 

Hawley -

   Rikley

 

HAWLEY - RIKLEY - On Saturday, September 12th, at Grace United Church parsonage, Trenton, by Rev. C. B. Brethren, Percy Alfred Hawley, of Richmond Township and Doris Janet Rikley of south Fredericksburgh Township.

  

1931

Scrapbook

Clipping

Haycock –

   Lund

 

LUND - HAYCOCK - On March 15th, by the Rev. J. R. Laidley, Belleville, Miss S. A. Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Lund to Daniel R. Haycock, both of North Fredericksburgh

  

1908

Newspaper Clipping

Hazlett -

 Carnahan

 

HAZLETT - CARNAHAN - At Osage City, Kansas, March 20th, 1907, by Rev. Porte Willis, brother-in-law of the groom, Miss Lydia M. Carnahan, formerly of Napanee, Ont., to Mr. R. R. Hazlett, Pendleton, Oregon.

  

1907

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Heaslitt -

  Benson

 

HEASLITT - BENSON - At Picton, 28th April, at the Main st., parsonage, by Rev. R. H. Leitch, Alexander Heaslett, Adolphustown, to Alberta Amelia Benson, of Wellington.

  

1904

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Hegadorn -

   Peters

 

Thomas D. Hegadorn, age 22, Res: Odessa, b. Canada, Bachelor, Cheese Maker, Methodist, son of James L. & Catherine Loyd

Lottie Pearl Peters, age 15, Res: S. Fredericksburgh, b. Canada, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of Leonard & Delhia [?] E-----

Married at Conway, March 5, 1902, by Roger Allin

Witnesses:  Willie Loyd, S. Fredericksburgh & Daisy Carroll, S. Fredericksburgh

    

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Helfant -

   Loyst

 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Loyst, of Sillsville, announce the marriage of their daughter, Eloise May to John J. Helfant, of Norwalk, Conn. The marriage took place in New York, February 25th, 1935. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Noles, of New Canaan, Conn. The bride is a graduate nurse of Norwalk Hospital, and the groom is a local automobile dealer. After a short honeymoon, the couple will reside at 130 East Avenue, Norwalk, Conn.

    

1935

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Henwood -

   Perry

 

Married - At North Fredericksburgh, on April 23rd, Daniel Henwood, Esq., to Almeda, third daughter of E. Perry, Esq., of Napanee.

     

Apr 30 1874

Weekly British Whig

Hermance -

   Dorland

 

A.G. Hermance, Adolphustown, was quietly married a few days ago to Miss Dorland, and the couple at once started for New York, Washington and New Orleans. Mr. Hermance is a councillor and one of the wealthiest men and largest taxpayers in the municipality.

    

Feb 26 1885

Weekly British Whig

Hermans -

   Trumpour

 

MARRIED - At Adolphuftown on Tuefday, the 20th inft by the Rev. Robert McDowall, Mr. John S. Hermans, Merchant, at Hollowell to Mifs Sarah, daughter of the late Paul Trumpour, of the former place.

    

Kingston

Gazette

Jan 27 1818

Herrington-

 Galt

 

HERRINGTON – GALT – At Grace Methodist Parsonage, Napanee, by Rev. W. P. Rogers, on Wednesday May 5th, 1920, Walter Herrington of Richmond Township, and Pan-- Helen Galt, of North Fredericksburgh Township.

    

1920

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Hicks -

   Burgess

 

On Wednesday, March 13th, at the residence of the bride's parents, N. Fredericksburgh, Mr. Charles Lewis Hicks, of Dexter, N.Y., to Miss Mary Alice Burgess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Burgess, Rev. J.R. Real officiating.

 

Mar 22 1907

Napanee Beaver

Hicks -

   Richardson

 

At North Fredericksburgh, April 10th, Joseph Hicks and Gertie, only daughter of Benjamin Richardson.

    

A pleasant event took place at the residence of Benj. Richardson, Gretna, on Wednesday, when his daughter, Miss Gertie, was united in wedlock with Joseph Hicks. The presents received were numerous, elegant, costly and useful.

      

Apr 25 1895

Weekly British Whig

 

Apr 15 1895

British Whig

Hicks -

   Wright

 

MARRIED - At Bath, on the 8th ult, by the Rev. J. Stoughton, Mr. J. Hicks to Miss Mary Anne Wright, both of Ernest Town.

   

Oct 15 1831

Kingston

Chronicle

Hill -

 Clarke

 

HILL - CLARKE - On Saturday, Oct 29th, at St. Peter’s church by Rev. Archdeacon Boddy, Thomas S. Hill Manager of the Dominion Bank, Napanee, to Anna L. Clarke.

   

1898

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Hill -

   Hilditch

 

Hill-Hilditch - At Hamburg, Oct. 7th, Thomas Hill to Miss Hilditch, both of South Fredericksburgh.

    

Oct 18 1889

Napanee Express

Hill -

   McLaughlin

 

John Hill, age 25, Res: So. Fredericksburgh, b. Adolphustown, Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of George & Ellen Hill.

Eva McLaughlin, age 16, Res: So. Fredericksburgh, b. Ernestown Tp., Spinster, Methodist, dau. of William & Mary McLaughlin.

Married at Conway, October 22, 1913, by Rufus Garrett, Meth. Minister.

Witnesses:  P. G. Whitfield, Conway, Ont., & Agnes Jane Whitfield, Conway, Ont.

   

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Hill -

   Slush

 

Marriages - Slush-Hill

At the residence of Mr. Herman Simmons, South Fredericksburgh, by Rev. F.T. Dibb, on Wednesday, 25th September, Miss Martha Slush and Mr. Wm. W. Hill, Sandhurst.

 

Wedded at Hawley - A Popular Young Couple at Hyman's Altar

The spacious farm residence of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Simmons, at Hawley, was taxed to its utmost capacity on Wednesday evening last, to accommodate the many guests who had assembled from Kingston, Tweed, Napanee, and the surrounding country to witness the marriage of Mrs. Simmons' sister, Miss Martha Slush, to William W. Hill. The parlor presented a brilliant scene. In one corner was a bridal arch of evergreens, clinging vines and flowers, with the soft and mellow light of numerous Chinese lanterns gave an enchanting and fairy-like effect. As the bridal party entered the room the soft strains of the wedding march from Lohengrin floated from the organ, which was deftly played by Mrs. Garrison. Charles Elliott, cousin of the bride, and Miss Eliza Hill, sister of the groom, performed the duties of groomsman and bridesmaid respectively. After the ceremony, performed by Rev. Mr. Dibb, rector of Bath, the party sat down to a most sumptuous and recherche supper. The bride was dressed in a very handsome tailor-made travelling gown of fawn venetian, with jacket to match, and waist of white India silk. The happy couple drove to Napanee and took the midnight train to Toronto, whence they will visit Niagara Falls and the Pan-American. The high esteem and affection, in which both the bride and groom are held by their numerous friends, was shown by a very large display of beautiful and costly presents.

       

Oct 9 1901

Napanee Star

 

Oct 2 1901

Daily British Whig

Hiller -

   Young

 

By the Rev. C.S. Eastman at Napanee on Tuesday the 18th inst., Sylvester Hiller, of Ernestown, to Miss Allace Minerva Young of South Fredericksburgh.

    

June 27 1878

Kingston News

Hinch -

   Phippen

 

Married - Hinch-Phippen

On Feb. 26th, at Turtle Mountain, Man., Allen Cromwell, eldest son of William Hinch, of the Quinte farm, to Sarah Maud, fifth daughter of late Richard Phippen, Napanee.

    

Mar 9 1896

Daily British Whig

Hogeboom -

  Chalmers

 

At Kingston on Wednesday, July 17th  1912, by Rev. R. S. Forneri, B.D., Louisa, daughter of  Mrs. Jean Chalmers of Adolphustown, to Edward Hogeboom of Conway.

   

1912

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Holgate -

   Sharp

 

HOLGATE - SHARP -  On the 12th inst., by the Rev. John A. Jewell, B.A., Thos. F. Holgate, B.A., Professor of Mathematics, in Albert College, Belleville, to Miss Julia, younger daughter of John Sharp, Esq., J.P., Ernesttown.

   

Aug 26 1885

The Christian

Guardian

Holland -

   Turner

 

Wm. Ed. Holland, age 24, Res: [illeg]  b. England, Bachelor, Moulder, Methodist, son of Wm. Holland & Blanche [illeg]

Luella M. Turner, age 17, Res: Adolphustown, b. Canada, Spinster, Methodist, dau of Thomas Turner & Amy McKendry

Married at Adolphustown, Apr [?] 12, [year not given] by R. Allin

Witnesses:  Hugh Turner, Adolphustown & Rosa Dorland, Adolphustown.

   

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Holzafel -

   Fitchett

 

Wedding Bells - Holzafel-Fitchett

A quiet but very pretty wedding took place on Saturday, September 15th, at St. John's Lutheran church, Concord Street, Toronto, when the Rev. Ernest Hahn officiated at the marriage service of Edith Jane, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fitchett, of Sillsville, Ont., and William Holzafel, of Toronto.

The youthful bride looked very charming in a sea green crepe morocaine, with trimming of silver brocade and rhinestone buttons, while her hat, gloves and shoes were gray. She carried a shower bouquet of sweetheart roses and baby's breath. Miss Erica D. Apering, looking smart in a rose beige ensemble, acted as bridesmaid, while Mr. Robert Myers, supported the groom.

After the ceremony the happy couple motored to their new apartment where a sumptuous wedding dinner was partaken of by friends and relatives of the bride and groom. The bride's mother made the wedding cake of three stories and iced it. Many useful gifts to the young couple showed the esteem in which they are both held.

The groom holds an excellent position with a well-known meat firm in Toronto.

The happy couple will reside at 31 Pembroke Street Toronto.

      

Sept 26 1934

Napanee Beaver

Hooley -

   Smith

 

Married - On the 27th ult., Mr. Samuel Hooley, of North Fredericksburgh to Miss Sarah Smith, of South Fredericksburgh.

    

Sep 2 1876

Daily British Whig

Hoover -

   McLaughlin

 

MARRIED - At Adolphustown on Monday the first inst., by the Rev. Job Deacon, Mr. Henry Hoover to Miss Mary McLaughlin.

    

Jan 12 1827

Kingston

Chronicle

Horner -

 Cole

 

HORNER - COLE - At the Methodist Parsonage, Milford, on Wednesday, Dec. 24 1913, by the Rev. E. Farnsworth, Mr. John James Horner of Hallowell to Miss Carrie Cole, of North Marysburgh.

    

1913

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Horton-

 Willson

 

Horton – Willson – St. Edmund’s Church, at 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon, was the scene of the marriage of Mildred May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Willson, to Mr. Vernon Clarke Horton, son of the Rev. Gilbert and Mrs. Horton of Belleville.  The service was taken by the Rev. J. W. Perry, rector of St. Peter’s Kinswick, Innisville Parish, where the bride was organist for some years, Rev. E. A. Vesey assisting.  The church was decorated with flowers sent by the Queen Esther Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, in which the bride is an officer, and with the colors of the order.  Miss V. Broughton, of Bradford presided at the organ, and during the signing of the register Mrs. Brown, of Belleville, sister of the groom, sang.  The bride, who was escorted by her father, wore a lovely gown of white satin, with Georgette crepe and silver lace.  Her long tulle veil, embroidered with pearls, was caught with orange blossoms.  Miss Anfia Walton was bridesmaid, wearing buttercup satin deschine, with Georgette crepe and gold lace, and hat of black velvet  and gold lace.  Master Jack Berkinshaw was a picturesque ring-bearer, carrying his golden burden on a satin cushion in the heart of a white rose.  Capt.  M. E. Horton was best man, and the ushers were the bride’s brother, Mr. Norman Willson  and Mr. W. H., Hammond.  A reception was held at the family residence in Ossington avenue, by Mr. and Mrs. Willson, Mr. and Mrs. Horton left for a trip east, the bride wearing nigger brown broadcloth, hat of brown velvet and gold lace, and fox furs.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Hosey -

   Gunsolus

 

Married - On the 14th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Miller at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. James Hosey of Napanee to Miss Mary, second daughter of J.E. Gunsolus Esq., of South Fredericksburgh.

    

May 21 1868

Napanee Standard

Hosking -

  Tucker

 

HOSKING - TUCKER -  On the 21st inst., by the Rev. J. W. Holmes, assisted by Rev. Abraham W. Tonge [Tenge?] at the residence of the bride’s parents, Rev. Robert Hosking, Maradale, to Emily, youngest daughter of Mr. Wm. Tucker, of Peel.

     

July 28 1886

The Christian Guardian

Hough -

   Magee

 

Harold Merton Hough, age 27, Res: Sillsville, South Fredericksburgh, b. Sillsville, South Fredericksburgh, Lennox Co., Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of Duncan H. Hough & Annie Mellow.

Marion Isabell Magee, age 23, Res: Sillsville, Lennox Co., b. Sillsville, Lennox Co., Spinster, School Teacher, Methodist, dau. of John Magee & Margaret E. Lawson.

Married at  Sillsville, Co. Lennox & Addington, June 28, 1917.

Witnesses:  Robert J. Magee, S. Fredericksburgh & Cora D. Magee, S. Fredericksburgh.

 

Magee - Hough

The marriage took place at high noon, on Thursday, June 28th, 1917, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Magee, in the presence of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties, of their daughter, Marion Isabel, to Harold Merton, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Hough, Sillsville, the Rev. A.L. Phelps officiating. The home was beautifully decorated with flowers. The bride, attired in her travelling suit of navy blue, and white hat with touches of sand, looked pretty and girlish, as she entered on the arm of her father to the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, rendered by her sister, Miss Margaret. After a dainty wedding breakfast, Mr. and Mrs. Hough motored to Kingston, thence by boat to Montreal.

    

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

 

1917

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Hough -

   Mellow

 

William Bell Hough, age 50, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. South Fredericksburgh, Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of Martin Hough & Annie Sharp.

Fannie Mellow, age 47, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. North Fredericksburgh, Spinster, Methodist, dau of Samuel Mellow & Mary Yelland.

Married at Sillsville, March 8th, 1911 by John W. Bunner, Methodist Minister.

Witnesses:  Arthur W. Mellow, Sillsville & M. Elizabeth Jayne, Napanee.

    

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Hough -

   VanWinkle

 

MARRIED - Same day [10th instant] at Ernest Town by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Peter Hough to Miss Sally P. VanWinkle - all of Ernest Town.

   

Mar 14 1829

Kingston

Chonicle

Howie -

    Brown

 

A Westbrook Man Married

A very quiet and interesting event occurred at Napanee on Tuesday last. At that time Miss Iva Rosalie, eldest daughter of George Brown, Hay Bay, and Joseph Howie, Westbrook, were united in marriage by Rev. D.O. Crossley. The bride was prettily attired in cream cashmere, with ribbon trimmings. The newly married pair left immediately on a two weeks' trip to Ottawa and other eastern points. On their return they will take up their residence in Westbrook on the farm of the groom, who is a prosperous and well-to-do farmer. The bride will be much missed on Hay Bay, being one of the choir of Sand Hill Presbyterian church and very popular in social circles. The presents were useful and valuable, among them being a handsome watch and chain, a present from the groom.

     

Aug 19 1895

British Whig

Hubbs -

   Barker

 

MARRIED - Also on Wednesday, the 27th inst., at said place [Adolphustown], Mr. Adam Hubbs to Mrs. Martha Barker, relict of the late Mr. Willer Barker of Hallowell.

 

Feb 6 1830

Kingston

Chronicle

Hubbs-

 Wright

 

Hubbs – Wright – At the Parish Church in Radlett, Hertfordshire, the marriage took place on Saturday of Grace Margaret Mary, only daughter of the late John W.  Wright, M.D., of Picton, and of Mrs. Wright, to Willet Kenneth Hubbs, Lieutenant in the R.N.V.R., son of Mr. Alfred Hubbs, also of Picton.  The marriage took place from the country home of the bride’s cousins, Capt. Saylor of the Medical Supplies Headquarters, Pembroke House, London, and Mrs. Saylor, and the groom’s brother and brother officer, Mr. Walter Hubbs now stationed at Torquay, was groomsman.  The Vicar of Radlett, the Rev. J. Ducaine, officiated and a number of cousins of the bride and groom, including Mr. Chamberlain Carter, who is also in the service, were among the congregation.  The bride wore a wedding gown of white silk and Carrickmacross lace, and after the wedding breakfast at Mrs. Saylor’s she changed for her travelling dress of navy blue cloth with sand facings and left with the groom for a honeymoon at Torquay.  The cable announcing the wedding said that the weather had been perfect, so luck was with the two Canadians, for the bride, when she crossed the ocean to be married a few weeks ago, had fair weather and a quick voyage.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Hudson -

  Carroll

 

CARROLL - HUDSON -  At Napanee on Wednesday, March 27th, 1918 by the Rev. R. H. H. Coleman, Maude Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carroll to Charlie Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs.. George Hudson both of Bath.

    

1918

Newspaper Clipping

Huffman -

 Craig

 

HUFFMAN - CRAIG -At St. James church, Kingston on 2d inst., by Rev. J. K.  McMorin,  Dr. F. G. Huffman, of Napanee, to Miss Jennie F. Craig, of Kingston.

 

Huffman - Craig - Considerable surprise was expressed yesterday when it became known that Dr. F. G. Huffman, eldest son of Mr. T. A. Huffman, had been married in Kingston the day before, Wednesday, to Miss Jennie F., daughter of the late Wm. Craig, of that city.  “Freem’s” most intimate friends had no inkling of the contemplated event, and say that he is a good one to keep a secret.  The ceremony took place at St. James’ church in the morning, Rev. J. R. MacMorine officiating.  Immediately after the ceremony. the Dr. and his bride drove to the boat and left for their home in Fulton, N.Y., where he has decided to practice.  Mr. and Mrs. Huffman, and Mr. George (the groom’s father, mother and brother) were the only Napanee people present.  The bride, who is said to be very popular in her native city, is a graduate of the training school for nurses, and has been engaged in the General Hospital.  Her ability as a nurse is well-known, and both in her hospital and private duties has won golden opinions from her patients.  Dr. Huffman is one of Queen’s clever graduates in medicine.  His course was marked with brilliant work.  At his final year, in company with Dr. Mylks, they stood head of their class, and were appointed House Surgeons in the General Hospital.  His work in that institution was marked with the same thoroughness as was his university course.  He was exceedingly bright and courteous in his manner, and made friends with all who came in contact with him.  His many friends wish him every success and happiness in his new relationship, and feel sure he will reflect credit upon his native town.

 

1898

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Huffman -

  Lapum

 

HUFFMAN - LAPUM -  At the residence of Rev. W. E. Kidd, M.A., on Tuesday, Aug. 26th, 1913, Mr. Goldie Robert Huffman, of Petworth, to Florence Burn Lapum of Centreville.

   

1913

Newspaper Clipping

Huffman -

   Young

 

On the 20th(?) inst., Mr. Cyrus B. Huffman to Miss Young all of S. Fredericksburgh.

    

Sept 23 1876

Daily British Whig

Hunter -

   Rombough

 

HUNTER - ROMBOUGH - On the 18th inst., by the Rev. I. B. Aylsworth, LL.D., of Mount Forest, at the residence of the bride’s father, Durham, David Hunter, Esq., of Toronto, to Hattie, second daughter of Wm. Rombough Esq. P.L.S.

   

Aug 26 1885

The Christian

Guardian

Husband -

   Vanalstine

 

On March 17th, at Napanee, Marcus Husband, North Fredericksburgh, to Miss Effie Vanalstine.

    

Mar 22 1897

Daily British Whig

Huton -

   Babcock

 

HUTON - BABCOCK - On Monday, 28th ult, by the Rev. J. H. Oke, at the residence of Mr. Silas Peters, Mr. John Huton, to Miss Catherine Ann Babcock, all of Wellaston.

    

Oct 7 1885

The Christian Guardian

Huyck -

   Martin

 

HUYCK-MARTIN

A wedding of interest took place on Saturday afternoon, September 19th, at Selby United Church parsonage, with Rev. Waldo Smith, officiating, when Edith Hazel Martin, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Martin, Selby was united in marriage with Bruce Martin Huyck, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Huyck, of Hay Bay.

The bride wore her travelling dress of blue plaid wool with navy accessories. Miss Verna Huyck, sister of the groom was the bride's only attendant; dressed in brown. Mr. Milton Martin, brother of the bride acted as groomsman.

Immediately following the ceremony, the happy couple left on a motor trip to Ottawa, Montreal and the Adirondacks, returning by way of the United States. Upon their return a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

The bride was gowned in marina blue chiffon velvet, trimmed with gold and a rope of pearls in clusters, forming an ornament across the throat. She also wore blue and gold slippers.

The bride's mother received in autumn rust crepe. She was assisted by the groom's mother, who wore a gown of blue flowered crepe. The reception was held in the dining room which carried out the color scheme of pink and white. About forty guests were present.

Mr. and Mrs. Huyck will live at Hay Bay.

    

Oct 14 1936

Napanee Beaver

Hyatt-

 Carter

 

Hyatt – Carter Wedding – On Aug 21st, a quiet wedding took place, when Marjorie elder daughter of William J. Carter, Picton, was united in marriage with Harry Edgar Hyatt, elder son of the late Mr. John W. Hyatt and Mrs. Hyatt, Picton, the ceremony being performed by Rev. W. J. Hastie, London, Ont., a valued friend of the groom’s family in  the presence of a small party of immediate relatives.

    

From the Watson Scrapbooks

 

 

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