Listed in Alphabetical Order by Grooms’ Surname

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Needler –



Needler-Wright – St. John’s Anglican Church West Toronto was the scene of a quiet wedding on Friday, July 2, when Rev. Mr. Hunt officiated at the marriage of Frances Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright, Bath, Ont., and Charles Needler. The bride, given in marriage by her father was unattended. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom were present. Mr. and Mrs. Needler will reside in Toronto.





Neilson -



MARRIED - On the 30th ult, by the Rev. John Stoughton, Mr. Joseph Neilson, Merchant to Miss Jane Elizabeth, only daughter of John Gordanier, Esq. all of Ernestown.


June 9 1832



Neilson -



Married - At Port Hope, Allan Nelson [Neilson], Esq., of South Fredericksburgh, to Lizzie, seventh daughter of Geo. Roddick, Esq., of Lock Bank, Port Hope.


June 24 1875

Weekly British Whig

Nelson -



At North Fredericksburgh, on June 29th, Mr. F.M. Nelson, to Miss Carrie Allen.


July 3 1880

Daily British Whig

Newbury –



On 10th inst., at Picton, George B. Newbery of Friend, Nebraska, son of the late Robt. Newbury, City Clerk, Belleville, to Florence Victoria, only daughter of A.L. Corkindale, Picton.


Mar 18 1886

Weekly British Whig

Newman –



MARRIED – On Jan. 1st at Oakdale, California, John M. Newman, formerly of Adolphustown, to Ida M. Frazier, of Oakdale.


Jan 18 1886

Daily British Whig

Nicholson -



NICHOLSON - BOOTHBOYD -  On the 20th ult., by the Rev. Robt. Duff, at the residence of the bridegroom’s father, James Nicholson Esq., of Calstor, Rev. Thomas Nicholson, of the Michigan M.E. Conference, town of Montgomery, Mich., U.S.A., to Miss Jennie Boothroyd, of the city of Hamilton, Canada.


Sept 16 1885

The Christian Guardian

Nickle -



NICKLE - DUNLOP -  In Kingston, on Saturday at 1 o’clock a very interesting wedding took place quietly at the home of the bride’s parents, when Grace Isabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dunlop, was married to Mr. W. M. Nickle, son of Hon. W. F. Nickle, K.C., Attorney-General of Ontario.  Rev. D. M. Gordon, D. D. officiated.  The bride, who was given away by her father, looked lovely in her wedding dress of ivory bracaded flat crepe with gaudets of ivory chantilly lace.  Her court train was embroidered in bow-knots in seed pearls, and she wore a veil caught with orange blossoms.  Her bouquet was of butterfly roses, orchids and lily of the valley, showered with sweetheart roses.  Miss Anetta Minnes was bridesmaid, and the best man was Mr. Douglas Nickle.  Miss Lois Taylor, daughter of Principal Taylor of Queen’s University, played the wedding music.  Mrs. A. W. Dunlop wore a charming grey canton crepe gown and carried butterfly roses.  Mrs. W. F. Nickle wore a handsome dress of blue crepe satin trimmed with silver.  Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nickle left on an extended trip to the Pacific Coast, the bride travelling in a cocoa kasha cloth ensemble costume trimmed with brown squirrel, and small hat ensuite.


The Globe,


June 23 1925

Nolan -



Clara Jaynes, daughter of James A. Jaynes, of Gosport and William Nolan, hay Bay, were married on Tuesday by the Rev. Mr. Snowden at the parsonage.


Nov 5 1896

Daily British Whig

Northmore -



NORTHMORE - YOUNG -  St. John’s church, Bath, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday of last week, when their popular physician, Dr. H. S. Northmore, was married to Miss Susie Young.  The church was beautifully decorated and was densely crowded when the bride came in, leaning upon the arm of her uncle, Max Robinson.  She looked very beautiful in a white silk gown, veiled in muslin de soir, with a long train, and a tulle veil, wreathed with orange blossoms.  She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, and wore a magnificent pearl and diamond pendant, the gift of the groom.  Miss Northmore, sister of the groom, made a charming bridesmaid, dressed in a very becoming silk gown of a delicate yellow shade.  The duties of best man were performed by Dr. E. W. Wright, an old Bath boy and Queen’s graduate, who has won distinction for himself at Brooklyn, N.Y. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. T. Dibb, “The Voice that Breathed O’er Eden,”  was sung as a processional hymn, and the bridal party left the church to the strains of Mendelssohn’s Wedding March, with Miss Rowse, ably presiding at the organ.  an elaborate and sumptuous breakfast was partaken of at the house of Mrs. Robinson, the bride’s aunt, and the happy couple drove off to catch the Cape boat at Kingston amid showers of rice, and the heartiest good wishes of the whole community. 


From the Watson Scrapbooks


Oct 3 1900

Daily British Whig


Oct 5 1900

Napanee Beaver

Northrup -



Mr. A.P. Northrup-Miss Mary Howard

At the residence of the bride's mother, in the township of South Fredericksburgh, in the presence of many friends, Miss Mary Howard, was, on Monday, united with A.P. Northrup, of Lawrence, Michigan. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Forneri, of Adolphustown. the guests sat down to an excellent breakfast. The groomsman was Orland Herring, of Napanee; and Miss Mae T. Rogers, of Bath, acted as bridesmaid. the happy couple were escorted to the train at Ernesttown by friends, and left for a visit to Detroit. The wedding presents were numerous and costly.


Mar 14 1889

Daily British Whig




O’FLYNN – WATERS – The wedding took place recently in Belleville at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Waters, of their only daughter, Marjorie Taylor, to Major Edmond, D. O’Flynn of Belleville, formerly of the 2nd Batttalion, C.E. F., now second in command of the 247th Battalion, Peterboro’.  The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. A. S. Kerr of St. Andrew’s Church, and owing to the war and the fact that the bride and groom have each a brother serving at the front only the closest relatives were present.  Major and Mrs. O’Flynn left for a fortnight’s trip to Ottawa and other eastern points, after which they will be in Peterboro’  where Major O’Flynn is recruiting for his battalion. 


From the Watson Scrapbooks

Olcott -



MARRIED - At Camden, on Tuesday last, by The Rev. J. Stoughton, Mr. Benjamin Olcott, of Kingston, to Miss Mary Wells, of the former place.


Mar 14 1829



Oliver -



MARRIED - By Rev. J.D. Bell on Valentine's Day, at Mr. Casey's, Mr. William Oliver, of Richmond, to Miss Hattie Casey, of Adolphustown.


Feb 19 1872

Daily News

Osborne -



Married - On the 8th instant, by the Rev. L.A. Bettes, Mr. Osborne, of Adolphustown, to Miss Jennet Oliver, of Shannonville.


At the Briscoe House, Napanee, on the 8th inst., Mr. Robert Orsburn (sic) of Adolphustown to Miss Jannett Oliver of Tyendinaga.


Feb 12 1876

Daily British Whig


Feb 12 1876

Kingston Daily News




OSBORNE – TRUMPOUR -  On Monday, Aug 8th, at the Methodist Parsonage, Picton, by Rev. Alfred Brown, Mary L. Trumpour to Daniel Osborne, both of Picton.



From the Watson Scrapbooks

Ostrom -



At Napanee, on 24th Feb., M.T. Ostrom, of Ostrom & Ostrom, Peterboro, to Florence L. Casey, of Adolphustown.


Mar 5 1885

Weekly British Whig

Ostrom -



An interesting event occurred at the residence of Mrs. M. Loyst, Hay Bay, on Wednesday last when her daughter Miss Getta Loyst, was united in marriage to George Ostrom, of Rednersville. The bride was assisted by her sister, Addie, and a like service for the groom was performed by Mr. Herman, of Rednersville. Rev. Mr. Forneri, of Adolphustown, tied the knot. The presents to the bride were handsome and numerous. The young couple will reside in Rednersville.


Jan 23 1896

Daily British Whig

Outwater -



Married - On 26th ult., by the Rev. S. Givins, Joseph Outwaters, of Adolphustown, to Miss Susan Hearns, youngest daughter of Mr. Darius Hearns, of Fredericksburgh.


Aug 11 1835

Upper Canada Herald

Outwater -



Married at Gretna, Ont. - A pleasant evening was spent at the residence of W.J. Mellow, postmaster at Gretna, December 28th, when his only daughter, Ella Jane, was united in matrimony to John Malcolm Outwater, only son of S.M. Outwater, Adolphustown. The bride looked very attractive in a dress of electric blue, trimmed with white satin. The groom was attended by Byam Roblin, Adolphustown, while the bride was waited upon by Miss Bertha Curie, Chambers. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. S. Crookshanks, pastor of the Bay Circuit. Only the near relatives of the contracting parties were present. Miss Mellow will be very much missed in the Gretna church and Sunday school, in both of which she was an active worker.


Dec 31 1898

British Whig




At Adolphustown, on Tuesday the 12th inst., by the Rev. Job Deacon, Mr. Peter Outwater to Miss Fanny Ruttan, and, Mr. John Outwater to Miss Maria Ruttan, all of Adolphustown.


July 20 1831

Upper Canada Herald