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Listed in Alphabetical Order by Grooms’ Surname

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Name

Information

Date/Source

MacDonald -

  Blue

 

MacDONALD - BLUE -  At the Presbyterian Parsonage, Kingston, by Rev. John Stevens, on Thursday January 1st, 1920, Madeline Blue, daughter of John and Annie blue, Metis Que., to Frederick Albert MacDonald of Strathcona Ont.

 

1920

Newspaper Clipping

Macdonald -

   Clark

 

Married - On the 1st instant, at the residence of J.A. Macpherson, Esq., by the Rev. John Machar, John Alexander Macdonald, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Isabella Clark, sixth daughter of Alexr. Clark, Esq., of Dalsavert, Badenoch, Scotland.

     

Sept 5 1843

Upper Canada Herald

MacKay -

   Murry

 

In Erneft Town, on Tuefday, the 19th inft., Mr. WILLIAM S. MACKAY to Mifs ELIZABETH MURRY.

 

Mar 23 1816

Kingston Gazette

Mace-

Galloway

 

MACE - GALLOWAY - On Wednesday, June 2nd, at Grace Church, Elm street, by the Rev. J. P. Lewis, Alfred Clarence Mace, builder, Toronto, to Annie Galloway, of Beaverton.

     

1880

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Madden -

   Rose

 

Marriage - At Napanee, by the Rev. J. Scott, Mr. Andrew Madden, of North Fredericksburgh to Miss Lydia Rose.

    

Feb 5 1874

Daily News Kingston

Magee -

 Cayley

 

MAGEE - CAYLEY - SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL - Toronto, April 21 - A very quiet wedding was celebrated this afternoon at St. Simon’s church, when Miss Hilda Marion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Osmund Cayley, of Toronto, became the bride of Mr. Charles D. Magee, of Ottawa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Magee.  The marriage service was performed by Rev. Edward C. Cayley, rector of St. Simon’s and cousin of the bride, and Rev. Johnson Snowden, of Ottawa.  The bride, who was given away by her father, Mr. Osmund Cayley, wore white lace over satin, with a net veil, and carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley.  The maid of honor, Miss Julia Cayley, and the bridesmaids, Miss Jessie Casssells, of Ottawa, and Miss Helen Brough, wore white tulle and embroidery, with yellow girdle and sashes, and  lingerie hats with yellow bows.  They carried baskets of daffodils, and their presents from the groom were gold bar jabot pins.  The groom was supported by Mr. Owen Hodgins, Ottawa, and the ushers were Messrs. Fred Magee, Ottawa, and Harry Grubbe.  Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Magee, of Ottawa;  Mrs. Plunkett Taylor, sister of the groom, and Miss Kathleen Snowden, niece of the groom, Ottawa.  Mr. and Mrs. Magee left on a wedding trip to New York and the South, the bride’s going-away dress being a grey cloth suit and grey hat with pink roses.  On their return they will reside in Dupont street, Toronto.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Magee-

 Keech

 

MAGEE – KEECH – At the Bay Parsonage, South Napanee, on  Thursday, April 17th, 1919, by Rev. S.S. Boyce, B.A., George Andrew Magee of Adolphustown, and Lottie Hildred Keech of Richmond.

 

1919

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Magee -

  Love

 

Magee - Love - On Wednesday, 2nd June, by the Rev. M.J. Bates at the residence of Mr. Thomas G. Empey, Bridge St., Mr. Alexander Magee of South Fredericksburgh to Miss Jennie Marie Love of Milford, Prince Edward county.

 

A pleasant wedding took place at the residence of Mr. Thos. G. Empey, Bridge st., on Monday. The contracting parties were Mr. Alex McGee, of South Fredericksburgh, and Miss Jennie Marie Love, of Milford. Rev. M.J. Bates performed the ceremony. The bride was supported by her sister, miss Maggie Love, of Picton, and Mr. Joseph McGee, brother of the groom, was best man. The happy couple will settle on the old homestead with is aged father. THE BEAVER extends congratulations.

     

June 4 1897

Napanee Beaver

 

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Magee-

  May

 

MAGEE – MAY  -  At Napanee on Jan. 17th, Edwin Magee and Hester May, both of Sillsville.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Magee -

   Pringle

 

MAGEE-PRINGLE - At Napanee, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. W.J. Crothers, D.D., on the 2nd inst., Mr. Joseph Magee, of South Fredericksburgh, to Annie M., daughter of the late Andrew Pringle, Esq.

    

date not given

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Magee -

   White

 

Robert J. Magee, age 21, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. Petrolia, Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of John & Margaret Magee.

Cora Debora White, age 22, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. South Fredericksburgh, Spinster, Methodist, dau of John & Mercy J. White.

Married at Hayburn, September 11, 1912, by Rufus Garratt, Conway.

Witnesses:  Morley White, Sillsville, & Gertrude White, Sillsville.

 

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Mallory -

   Clapp

 

Married - At Adolphustown, on the 2nd inst., M.B. Mallory, Esq., of Napanee, to H., second daughter of Chas. Clapp, Esq., of Adolphustown.

     

Jun 11 1874

Weekly British Whig

Manley -

   Thomas

 

MANLEY - THOMAS - On the 23rd ult., by the Rev. E. Whitworth, at the residence of Mr. T. Bush, of Calstor, Mr. Henry G. Manley, of Chesley, county Bruce, to Miss Rebecca Thomas, of the township of Calstor, and county Lincoln. 

 

Oct 7 1885

The Christian Guardian

Mardell -

   Loyst

 

MARDALL-LOYST - In the chapel of St. George's United Church, Toronto, by Rev. R. McRae, Wednesday, July 25th, 1945, Nursing Sister Lenora Loyst, R.C.A.F. the daughter of Mrs. Loyst, Napanee and the late J.E. Loyst, to Reg. Sergt.- Major John P. Mardall, of Toronto, Ont.

 

1945

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Markwell-

 Allen

 

MARKWELL – ALLEN – At Napanee, on Jan. 20th George Markwell, to Violet Allen, daughter of Thomas Allen, of Adolphustown.

    

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Martin -

  Robinson

 

MARTIN - ROBINSON - On Wednesday, December 31st, 1919, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Robinson, Selby, by Rev. E. Farnsworth, Thomas Albert Martin, Selby and Freda Marguerite Robinson.

 

1919

Newspaper Clipping

Martin -

   Small

 

MARTIN - SMALL -  On the 11th inst., by the Rev. Walter W. Lloyd at the residence of the bride’s brother-in-law, Mr. John Martin, of Otonabee, to Miss Eliza Ann Small, of Dummer.

    

Aug 26 1885

The Christian

Guardian

McCabe -

   Knapp

 

Wedding Bells - McCabe-Knapp

A very quiet and pretty wedding took place at 12 o'clock noon, on June 27th, at Grace Church parsonage, when Rev. A.J. Terrill united in marriage Beatrice Lorena, daughter of Mrs. C.A. Knapp, Dundas Street, Napanee, to Wilfrid Waldorf McCabe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edda McCabe, of North Fredericksburgh. They were attended by the bride's sister, Mrs. Eugene Badgley and Mr. Eugene Badgley. The bride was very becomingly gowned in new green crepe meteor, with hat to match, and wore the groom's gift, a beautiful string of pearls. After the ceremony the party repaired to the bride's home, where a wedding breakfast was served, after which the happy couple left on a motor trip to Detroit, the bride travelling in a navy  suit of Poiret twill.

   

July 6 1923

Napanee Beaver

McCabe -

   Loyst

 

McCABE-LOYST - On Oct 7th, E. McCabe, North Fredericksburgh to Miss Elizabeth Ann Loyst, South Fredericksburgh.

 

Oct 14 1891

Daily British Whig

McCalpin -

   Harrison

 

McCALPIN - HARRISON - On the 10th ult., by Rev. W. Pyke, at the residence of the bride’s father, John Walter McCalpin, to Jennie Elizabeth Harrison all of Gananoque, Ont. 

   

Oct 7 1885

The Christian Guardian

McCarty -

   Fralick

 

On Tuefday the 29th, the REV WILLIAM McCARTY, Minifter of the Lutheran Congregation to Mifs CLARISSA FRALICK.

 

Feb 3 1816

Kingston

Gazette

McCaugherty -

   Brown

 

Wm. Edgar McCaugherty, age 21, Res: Amherst Island, b. Amherst Island, Bachelor, Farmer, Presbyterian, son of Harold McCaugherty & Agnes Jane Glenn.

Janie Elizabeth Brown, age 20, Res: Amherst Island, Stella, b. Amherst Island, Spinster, United Church of Can., dau of Wesley Brown & Margaret Agnes Filson.

Married at  Conway March 19th, 1939, G.A. Puttenham, Minister of Adolphustown Charge.

Witnesses:  Eva G. McCaugherty, Stella & Gordon Mack, Dorland.

 

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

McCaugherty -

  Fisher

 

McCAUGHERTY - FISHER - At Bath Anglican Rectory by Rev. Walker on Saturday, April 15th, 1933, Mary Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher, Ernesttown, and William Anthony McCaugherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCaugherty of South Fredericksburgh.

 

1933

Newspaper Clipping

McConnell -

   Waldron

 

Married - At Napanee, on the 9th March, Mr. Alexander McConnell, of Napanee, to Miss Jane Waldron, of North Fredericksburgh.

    

Apr 2 1874

Weekly British Whig

McCoy -

   Mullett

 

At Bath, on the 25th February, by the Rev. Mr. Harper, MR. LEWIS McCOY, of Kingston, to MISS DEBORAH MULLETT, of Picton.

 

March 13, 1844

Kingston

Chronicle & Gazette

McCrea -

   Moore

 

MARRIED - At Ernestown, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. Archdeacon Stuart, MR. THOMAS W. McCREA, of Kingston to MISS CAROLINE, second daughter of SAMUEL MOORE Esq., of Ernestown.

 

July 22 1845

British Whig

McCrudden -

   Crozier

 

Married - On March 2- (?) James McCrudden and Miss Mary J. Crozier, both of South Fredericksburgh.

      

Mar 26 1894

British Whig

McCrudden-

 Humphrey

 

Wedded at Napanee – William McCrudden, Sillsville, was united in marriage to Miss Myrtle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Humphrey, Dorland, on January 26th, by Rev. W. Rogers at Grace Methodist parsonage, Napanee.  The happy couple left for Toronto and other western points on their honeymoon.  The bride is a sister of Mrs. Fred Harper, 87 Bay street, Kingston.  She has been organist in the U.E.L. centennial Methodist church, Adolphustown, for the past ten years, and her services will be greatly missed.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

McCullough -

   Roblin

 

McCullough - Roblin

A quiet wedding took place at 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, August 23rd, at Sydenham Street United Church, Kingston, when Geneva C., daughter of Mrs. W.D. Roblin, of Adolphustown, became the bride of John R., son of Mr. and Mrs. David McCullough, of Kingston. The Rev. Geo Brown, D.D., of Chalmers United Church was the officiating clergyman.

The bride was becomingly attired in platinum grey crepe, with trimmings of brown and wore a brown hat and other accessories. She was attended by her sister, Miss Kathleen Roblin, of Napanee, who wore jade green with black trimming and a black hat and other accessories. The groom was attended by his brother, Howard McCullough, of Kingston.

Following the ceremony the bridal party motored to Gananoque for the wedding luncheon. The bride's travelling costume was a brown  and orange travel tweed, with brown fox fur and other matching accessories.

After a motor trip to Ottawa and Eastern Quebec, the bride and groom will reside at the Hochelaga Apartments, 24 Sydenham Street, Kingston.

      

Aug 30 1933

Napanee Beaver

McDonald –

   Cadman

 

MARRIED – McDONALD – CADMAN – On the 14th inst., by Rev. H. I. Allen, Mr. W. H. McDonald of Conway to Miss Ella Maud Cadman of Sandhurst.

      

May 23 1890

Napanee

Express

McDonald -

   Vandewaters

 

McDONALD - VANDEWATERS - On Aug 17th, William McDonald to Hattie Vandewaters South Fredericksburgh.

     

Sept 13 1887

Daily British Whig

McDonell -

   Lyons

 

At Bath on the 20th January, by the Rev. John Stoughton, MR. ARCHIBALD McDONELL, Merchant, of Kingston, to MISS SUSAN LYONS of the former place.

   

Kingston

Chronicle

Jan 21 1820

McDowall -

   McDairmid

 

Married - On the 17th inst., by the Rev. Wm. Finlay, Mr. J. McDowall, Merchant, Kingston, third son of the late Rev. Robert McDowall, of Fredericksburgh, to Henrietta, daughter of Mr. D. McDairmid, Glengarry, Canada.

     

Jan 24 1843

Kingston Herald

McEwen -

   Wiseman

 

Married -At Morven, Jan. 22d James McEwen of Peterboro to Mary Jane Wiseman, of Hamburg.

    

Jan 26 1878

British Whig

McKay -

   Ranken

 

MARRIED - On Tuefday evening laft, at Erneft town by the Rev Mr. John Wilfon, Roderick McKay, Efq., Collector of his Majesty’s Customs to Mifs Elizabeth Ranken both of that place.

 

Kingston

Gazette

Jan 13 1818

McKenzie -

   Baxter

 

At Bath on the 28th inst., by the same [Rev. J. Stoughton], John McKenzie, Esq, merchant of Toronto to Miss Mary Baxter, of Kingston.

 

June 2 1835

British Whig

McKenzie -

   McKenzie

 

MARRIED - At Ernest Town, on Tuesday the 19th inst, by the Rev John Machar, George McKenzie Esq., Barrister at Law, to Miss Sarah, second daughter of Colin McKenzie, Esq.

 

May 23 1829

Kingston

Chronicle

McKeown –

   Swayne

 

McKEOWN – SWAYNE WEDDING AT BONARLAW -  NAPANEE July 8 -  A wedding of interest to the residents of the Bath district in particular, was recently solemnized at the church of St. Mark, Bonarlaw, when Miss Jessie Gwendolyn Hope Swayne, only daughter of Rev. Canon Swayne and Mrs. Swayne, became the bride of Clarence Lindsay McKeown, only son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. McKeown of the township of Rawdon.

The ceremony was performed by the bride’s father, the rector of Rawdon, and Rev. W. G. Hope Swayne, rector of Tweed and Madoc, gave the bride away.  The young couple were unattended and immediately after the ceremony left on an extended motor trip.

The bride’s father was rector of Bath and Ernestown for some years and then went to Rawdon where he was greatly instrumental in the erection of the beautiful church at Bonarlaw. 

 

Stray Newspaper Clipping

McLean -

  Kelley

 

KELLEY - McLEAN -  At the residence of the bride’s father, James Kelley, Strathcona, Ont.,  July 5 1900, by the Rev. J. Gandier, assisted by Rev. J. B. McLean, of Upper Stewiacke, N.S., Jennie Kelley to Alister MacLean, mechanical engineer of Hopewell, Pictou Co. N.S.

 

1900

From the Watson Scrapbooks

McMurrin -

  Sharpe

 

McMurrin - Sharpe - A very pretty wedding took place at the residence of Mr. A. C. Parks, Bridge street, Napanee, on Thursday morning, 14th inst.  The contracting parties were Mr. James McMurrin and Mrs. Mary Jane Sharp, of Adolphustown.  The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. W. Peck, in the presence of a few intimate friends after which all sat down to a sumptuous wedding breakfast, which reflected credit on the hostess.  The happy couple drove over to his home at Gosport, in the afternoon.  THE BEAVER  extends congratulations.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

McWhirter -

   Henderson

 

Married - ON Monday, October 10th, by Rev. W. Macaulay, Mr. David McWhirter, of Marysburgh, to Miss Eliza Anna Henderson, of the village of Hallowell.

      

Oct 25 1836

Upper Canada Herald

Melbourne -

 Joyce

 

MELBOURNE - JOYCE - At the Western Methodist Parsonage, Napanee, on Wednesday, November 29th, 1911,  by Rev. J.P. Wilson, Thos. Melbourne, of Marlbank, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Wm. Joyce, Adolphustown

    

1911

From the Watson Scrapbooks

 

Meagher -

  Crawford

 

CRAWFORD - MEAGHER -  A very pretty wedding occurred at the Church of the Assumption, Erinsville, on Wednesday, February 12th, when Miss Anna, daughter of  Mr. John Crawford was united in Holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. M. Meagher of Read.  Rev. Father Carey officiating.  At nine o’clock, the bridal party entered the church and proceeded to the altar to the strains of Mendelssohn’s wedding march, played by Miss M. Dwyer of Napanee.  The bride wore a tailor made suit of many blue with cream lace blouse and pretty hat to match.  She was attended by her sister, Miss Mamie Crawford, similarly attired, while the groom was supported by his cousin, Mr. M. Hanley.  After the ceremony the guests drove to the home of the bride’s parents, where a sumptuous dinner was served.  After congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Meagher left on the evening train amid showers of rice and best wisher for Toronto and Hamilton.

 

Newspaper Clipping

Mellow -

   Armstrong

 

At Napanee, on Dec 25th, Felix Mellow, South Fredericksburgh to Miss Sarah Maria Armstrong, Bath.

   

Dec 29 1900

Daily British Whig

Mellow -

   Davy

 

MELLOW - DAVY - At Bath, on March 24th, Frank Leslie Mellow, Napanee, to Lillian May Davy, Bath.

 

Daily British Whig

Mar 29, 1920

Mellow -

   Wager

 

MELLOW - WAGER - On the 25th inst., by the Rev. John Stewart, assisted by Rev. Mr. Wager, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. James Wager, Mr. John P. Mellow, of North Fredericksburgh to Miss Cinderella Wager, of the same place.

 

Dec 30 1882

Napanee Beaver

Mellow -

   Wagar

 

MELLOW - WAGAR - On September 27th, by the Rev. J. Stewart, Mr. Wm. H. Mellow, of Deseronto, to Miss Alzina Wagar of North Fredericksburgh.

  

Oct 1 1881

Napanee Beaver

Mellow -

   Young

 

Merton Hubert Mellow, age 25, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. South Fredericksburgh, Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of Thomas Mellow & Georgina Card.

Ione Louise Young, age 19, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. South Fredericksburgh, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of John Young & Hattie Davis.

Married at S. Fredericksburgh, September 20, 1916, by Arthur L. Phelps.

Witnesses:  Lela J. Phelps & John A. Young

 

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Merritt –

   Campbell

 

MARRIAGE CEREMONY -  The marriage of Miss Catherine Campbell, daughter of Lieut. Colonel Campbell of Kingston, to Mr. Thomas Edward Merritt, accountant in the Napanee branch of the Merchant’s bank,  and eldest son of Capt. T. E. Merritt, of Kingston, which took place in St. James’ church on Wednesday afternoon was attended with every success and witnessed by a large and fashionable gathering.  About 1:30 Col. Campbell with the bride upon his arm ascended the centre aisle of the church followed by the bridesmaid, Miss Violet Campbell.  Miss Campbell wore a trousseau of white corded silk trimmed with lilac and orange blossoms and pearl ornaments.  As she passed through the avenue of admiring faces there were expressions of delight and satisfaction at her appearance and the beauty and grace which at all times is so well known to Kingstonians as to need no comment.  The bridesmaid Miss Violet Campbell wore a white crape cloth trimmed with yellow bengaline.  Simultaneously with the appearance of the bride at the door the organ pealed the beautiful coronation march under the direction of Miss Norma Tandy, and the groom with his assistant, Fred Merritt, ascended to the chancel.  When the organ ceased playing the Rev. B. B. Smith, proceeded with the beautiful church of England marriage service.  The service was quickly over and the golden ringlet was place in its final resting place the kiss of the husband imprinted upon the brides fair lips and the vestry’s quiet precincts were sought to seal the contract in black and white.  Miss Tandy at this juncture performed Mendlesohn’s wedding march.  Mr. and Mrs. Merritt entered the cab and were driven to the residence of Col. Campbell, Kings street, where the wedding luncheon was spread.  The happy couple left by the 3.40 train for the west amid a shower of rice and old slippers.  They will visit Toronto, Niagara Falls and Owen Sound where they will take the C. P. R. Steamer for Duluth.  The display of presents was so large that they occupied a room by themselves.  Among the guests noticed at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald, of Regina, and Mrs. Kennear, of Halifax, aunt of the bride.

 

Sept 11 1891

Napanee

Express

Miller -

   Carscallen

 

A very interesting event occurred at the residence of John C. Carscallen, North Fredericksburgh,  the wedding of his daughter, Edith E., to Benj. Miller of Ernestown. The ceremony was performed by Dr. MacDiarmid in the presence of a large number of intimate friends of the contracting parties. The bride was handsomely attired in cream cashmere, trimmed with ribbon and lace, and was attended by Miss Ettie Miller, sister of the groom. The groom was assisted by Fred. B. Carscallen, brother of the bride. After the ceremony the company partook of a sumptuous repast. The presents to the bride were numerous and costly , and showed the esteem in which the young couple are held by their many friends.

     

Feb 25 1895

British Whig

Miller -

   Cumming

 

MARRIED - On Monday evening, May 2nd, buy the Rev. W. Macaulay, Mr. James Miller, Merchant, of the firm of J. & J. Miller, Hallowell, to Miss Eliza Ann Cumming, daughter of the late James Cumming, Esq. of Picton

 

May 18 1836

Kingston

Chronicle & Gazette

Miller -

  Davy

 

MARRIED - At the village of Bath, on the 17th inst., by the Revd. Job Deacon, Mr. John W. Miller, Merchant, of Munroe, Michigan Territory, to Miss Amelia Maria, daughter of Peter Davy, Esq.  The happy pair left town today in the Great Britain for the west.

 

May 18 1836

Kingston

Chronicle & Gazette

Miller -

   Galt

 

Wedding Bells - Galt-Miller

A very interesting event took place at the residence of Mrs. R.J. Galt, Hawley, on Wednesday, Feb. 11th, when her only daughter, Florence Alberta, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Fred. E., eldest son of Mr. John F. Miller, of Morven, in the presence of about ninety invited guests. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W.A. Guy, of Bath. At 8 o'clock the groomsman, Mr. C.W.  Miller, entered the parlor taking his place under a tastefully arranged arch, and was followed immediately by the groom, while the wedding march was played by Mrs. J.A. Clute, of Dorland. The bride was charmingly attired in white cashmere with satin and pearl trimmings, and the conventional veil and orange blossoms and carried an exquisite bouquet of white roses. She was given away by Mr. F. Galt, and was assisted by Miss Annie Yorke, of Tamworth, and Miss May Alkenbrack, of Flinton, who wore pink and pale blue cashmere. After congratulations the company repaired to the dining room where a sumptuous repast had been prepared. The bride's travelling suit was of wedgewood blue cloth with white silk blouse and hat to match. Mr. and Mrs. Miller left for the 2 o'clock train amidst showers of rice and the best wishes of the company. The wedding tour will include St. Catharines and other western points. The groom's present to the bride was a handsomely engraved locket with opal and diamond settings and to each of the bridesmaids a gold pin. The bride is a very popular young lady and is well known in Napanee being a graduate of the Collegiate Institute. The esteem of her numerous friends was manifested by the many beautiful presents received.

     

year not given

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Miller -

   Hicks

 

At Deseronto, on Jan. 29th, Nathan B. Miller, North Fredericksburgh, and May E. Hicks, North Marysburgh.

      

Feb 14 1895

Weekly British Whig

Miller -

   Loyst

 

James H. Miller, age 28, Res: N. Fredericksburgh, b. Canada, Bachelor, Farmer, Methodist, son of Samuel  &Margaret Ruttan

Marjorie M. Loyst, age 25, Res: S. Fredericksburgh, b. Canada, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of George & Lenora Dupres

Married at S. Fredericksburgh, Jan 28 [year not given, probably 1903 by order of book] by Roger Allin.

Witnesses:  W. C. Joyce, N. Fredericksburgh & Florence Loyst, S. Fredericksburgh.

 

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Miller -

  Roblin

 

A PRETTY WEDDING - The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Roblin, Adolphustown, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday, Sept. 21st, high noon, when Mary Alberta, their only daughter, was united in marriage to Alfred F., son of  Mr. Robert Miller, of Wilton.  The ceremony took place in the bay window under festoons of evergreens, and was performed by Rev. S. Ferguson, uncle of the bride, assisted by Rev. H. Thomas, pastor of Adolphustown Methodist church, of which the bride was organist.  The bride was given away by her father, and was prettily gowned in cream silk striped voile, trimmed with cream and gold applique, with yoke of mousseline de sole and bertha of chiffon.  She also wore the gift of the groom, a gold necklace, and carried a shower bouquet of bridal roses.  Mendelssohn’s wedding march was beautifully rendered by the bride’s cousin, Mrs. J. Hudgin.  The bridesmaid was Miss Dace Cadman, of Gosport, while Mr. Bert Asselstine, of Wilton, assisted the groom.  The bridesmaid was becomingly attired in a cream silk moire with yoke of allover lace and trimmings of cream medallions.  She carried a bouquet of pink carnations.  The present of the groom to the brides maid was a crescent and fleur-de-lis pin set with pearls.  After the ceremony refreshments were served to about sixty guest.  The bride’s going away gown was muskivite cloth with waist of blue silk and hat to match.  Mr. and Mrs. Miller left on the train for Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Miller -

   Sharp

 

MARRIED - Sept. 29th Mr. William Miller to Miss Alada Sharp, both of Ernest Town.

    

Kingston

Chronicle

Oct 15 1819

Milligan -

   Gaskell

 

Jethro Milligan, age 40, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. Camden East, Bachelor, Labourer, Methodist, son of Jane Traner[?] & Philip Milligan.

Sarah Gaskell, age 21, Res: South Fredericksburgh, b. Selford, England, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of Hannah Prueless [?] & George Gaskell

Married at Conway, June 9th, 1898 by A. L. Adams

Witnesses:  Frank Peacor, Conway & Loisa Peacor, Conway

 

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Milling -

   Fretts

 

In Napanee, at the Parsonage of the Morven Circuit, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. A.C. Chambers, Mr. John Milling, to Frances, third daughter of W.R. Fretts, all of South Fredericksburgh.

    

Sep 26 1879

Daily British Whig

Mills -

   Claringbold

 

Married - In St. George's Cathedral, Kingston, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Wilson, Joseph Mills of Peterborough, Ont., to Emma Louise, second daughter of Henry P. Claringbold, South Fredericksburgh.

    

Nov 15 1883

Weekly British Whig

Mills -

   Plested

 

Clayton Edward Mills, age 28, Res: North Fredericksburgh, b. Cleveland Ohio, U.S.A., Bachelor, Farmer, Christian Science, son of George C. Mills & Hazel S. Seager.

Muriel Sarah Plested, age 27, Res: Adolphustown, b. Brampton, Ont., Spinster, Baptist, dau. of George Plested & Eva Glenn.

Married at Adolphustown, June 22nd, 1940, by G. A. Puttenham, minister, Adolphustown U.C.

Witnesses:  Robert Smith, Box 348, Napanee & Beatrice A. Perry, Napanee.

 

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Mitts -

   Forbes

 

MARRIED - On Tuesday, the 1st day of April, MR. JOHN MITTS of Fredericksburgh to MRS. ANNA FORBES by Licence.

   

Kingston

Gazette

Apr 5 1817

Moffat -

  Danby

 

MOFFAT - DANBY - On the 8th ult., by the Rev. S. Blanshard, at the residence of the bride’s father, William Moffat to Miss Matilda, daughter of Benjamin Danby, Esq., all of Caledon.

   

March 9 1887

The Christian Guardian

Monterief -

   McWatty

 

MARRIED - On the 5th inst., by the Rev. Job. Deacon, Mr. Peter Monterief aged 73 to Miss Eliza McWatty aged 15, both of Adolphustown

 

Dec 31 1831

Kingston Chronicle

Moore -

   Alexander

 

MARRIED - On Monday last, by the Rev. Robert McDowall, MR WILLIAM MOORE to MISS SARAH ALEXANDER, both of Ernest Town.

 

Kingston

Chronicle

Nov 12 1819

Moore -

   Bell

 

MOORE - BELL -  On Wednesday, 30th ult., by Rev. Geo. H. Cornish, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. Wm. Alex. Moore, to Miss Elizabeth Bell, daughter of Mr. Thomas Bell, all of Stratford.

 

Oct 7 1885

The Christian Guardian

Moore -

  Brown

 

MOORE -BROWN - At Napanee on Wednesday, Mar 13th, 1918, by Rev. C. W. DeMille, Stella Louise, daughter of Mrs. Robt. Brown to George Herring Moore, both of Napanee.

 

1918

Newspaper Clipping

Moore -

  Norton

 

MOORE - NORTON -  On July 20th, at the residence of the bride’s mother, by the Rev. W. S. Jamieson, A.M., Mr. Richard Moore to Miss Mary Louisa Norton, both of Gloucester, Ont.

 

July 28 1886

The Christian Guardian

Moore -

   Post

 

MOORE -POST - At Napanee, Oct. 1st, W. Moore to Emma M. Post, both of North Fredericksburgh.

    

Oct 8 1887

Daily British Whig

Morden -

   Clark

 

MORDEN - CLARK - On Feb 1st at Adolphustown, J.B. Morden, M.D., Picton to Miriam A. Clark, Adolphustown.

 

1888

The Canadian

Practioner

Morgan -

 Quick

 

MORGAN - QUICK - At the Presbyterian Manse, Napanee, on Friday, March 29th, 1912, by Rev. Dr. A. L. Howard, Mrs. Beatrice T. Quick, of Napanee to Mr. Bertram Daniel Morgan, San Francisco, Cal.

    

1912

From the Watson Scrapbooks

 

Morrison-

 Cowan

 

MORRISON – COWAN – A very pretty home wedding took place on Thursday morning at eight o’clock at the home of Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Cowan, when their daughter, Miss Ida Kathleen, became the wife of the Rev H. Loyd Morrison, of Aylmer, Que.  Dr. Shorey, of Trinity Church, officiated, and was assisted by the Rev. Mr. Waddell, of Kingston.  The bride made a charming picture in her gown of white charmeuse and georgette crepe, with veil embroidered in pearls and an armful of bridal roses.  Miss Carrie Cowan, who wore maize taffeta and Brussels net and carried a sheaf of palest pink carnations.  Little Miss Gertrude Daverne acted as flower girl and wore a dainty dress of pink organdie.  The ceremony took place under an arch of accacia suspended from which was a wedding bell, while the pink and white of bouquets placed throughout the rooms, completed a very effective color scheme. The bride was given away by her father and Mr. Geo. Morrison of New York acted as best man to the groom.  The mother of the bride was gowned  in grey silk and georgette. Miss Pearl Nesbitt of Kingston played the wedding march and sang very sweetly after the ceremony.  A wedding breakfast was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Morrison motored to Kingston, travelling from there to New York, where they will spend their honeymoon.  Among the out-of-town guest were Mr. L. E. Percy of Brantford, Rev. and Mrs. Waddell of Kingston, Mr. and Mrs. Wells of Princeton, Miss Hamilton of Princeton and Mr. Harold Cowan of Toronto – Napanee Beaver.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Morrow -

   Mellow

 

William Kenneth Morrow, age 42, Res: RR 1 Bath, Ont.,  b. Township of South Fredericksburgh, Bachelor, Farmer, Church of England, son of David & Annie Morrow.

Fannie Eleanor Mellow, age 29, Res: RR 1 Bath, Ont., b. Township of South Fredericksburgh, Spinster, United Church of Canada, dau of Arthur & M. E. Mellow.

Married at Conway Church on July 31st, 1943 by K. J. Crawford, Minister, United Church of Canada.

Witnesses:  S. Mary E. Mellow, RR 1 Bath, & Donald B. Morrow, RR 1 Bath.

 

Wedding Bells - Morrow-Mellow

Amid a profusion of summer flowers, the Rev. Kenneth Crawford united in marriage Fannie Eleanor, younger daughter of Mrs. A.W. Mellow and the late Mr. Mellow, and William Kenneth, youngest son of Mrs. D.H. Morrow and the late Mr. Morrow at Conway United Church, on Saturday, July 31.

Given in marriage by her brother, Leslie W. Mellow, the bride entered the prettily decorated church to the strains of the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin with Miss E.H. Patterson, Kingston, at the organ.

The bride wore a street-length frock of sky blue sheer with a deep yoked bodice of pin tucks and ruffles of lace. Her hat and accessories were white and she carried an arm bouquet of Dream roses and Baby's Breath. Her attendant, Miss Mary Mellow, wore a Queen's blue charmaine crepe suit with white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink Gladioli and Baby's Breath.

Mr. Donald Morrow, nephew of the groom, was best man. Mr. R.A. Young and Mr. Eric D. Feegel, nephew of the groom were ushers.

During the signing of the register, the organist played "Liebstraum" and "The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden."

Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother, in Sandhurst. A lunch was served by several close friends of the bride.

The honeymoon was spent in Uxbridge, Muskoka and Stirling.

   

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

 

1943

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Mossop -

   Roblin

 

Wedding Bells - ROBLIN-MOSSOP

A quiet wedding was solemnized at St. Alban's Church, Adolphustown, on Wednesday, April 19th, 1939, at 3.30 p.m. by the Rev. C.C. Brazill, when Marion Gertrude, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Roblin, Adolphustown, was married to Uriel Dale, son of Mrs. S.H. Mossop, Toronto. The  wedding music was played by the bride's aunt, Mrs. G.F. Chalmers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore her travelling ensemble with corsage of roses.

Mr. and Mrs. Mossop left immediately after the ceremony for Halifax, where the groom is District Manager for Hudson Motors of Canada Limited.

    

1939

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Mullholland -

   Bristow

 

James Mullholland, age 37, Res: Sandhurst, b. Ireland, Bachelor, Laborer, Presbyterian, son of James Mullholland & Elizabeth Beatty

Ettie M. Bristow, age 37, Res: Sandhurst, b. Conway, Spinster, Methodist, dau. of  James Bristow & Mary E. Carnahan

Married at Sandhurst on December 25, 1906 by W. S. Boyce, Minister, Methodist

Witnesses:  Samuel J. Bristow, Sandhurst &  - - Carnahan, Deseronto.

 

Methodist Marriage Records

Conway - Adolph.

1896-1950

Muxworthy -

  Hopkins

 

MUXWORTHY - HOPKINS - On July 21st, at the residence of the bride’s father, by the Rev. J. R. Gundy, assisted by  the Rev. Thos. Crews, the Rev. Samuel W. Muxworthy, of Melrose, Ont., to Frances H., second daughter of Benjamin Hopkins Esq., of Brownsville, Ont.

 

July 28 1886

The Christian Guardian

 

 

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