Marriages Jan-June 1882
January 5, 1882
KAPPELE-MYERS - At 9 o'clock last evening, a pleasant social event happened whereby two highly respected Hamiltonians were linked together for life. The parties in this matrimonial union were Mr. George W. Kappele, son of Mr. Daniel Kappele, and Miss Suretta Myers, only daughter of Ald. I. W. Myers, all of this city. The marriage was solemnized at the residence of the bride's father before quite a large company of their relatives and most intimate friends, the officiating clergyman being Rev. J. G. Scott, of Zion Tabernacle...
January 6, 1882
NIE-WADE - In this city, on the 4th instant, by the rector of All Saints Church, Arthur Nie, to Miss Annie E. Wade, both of this city.
January 10, 1882
SPRINGSTEAD-COIT - At the Manse, Binbrook by the Rev. W. P. Walker, on the 9th instant, Mr. Jacob Springstead, to Hazeltine, daughter of Mr. Samuel Coit, all of Caistor.
January 12, 1882
MCFADDEN-ROBERTSON (Montreal) - The marriage of the Rev. A. L. McFadden, Presbyterian Minister of this city, to Miss Mary Robertson, daughter of Mr. A. S. Robertson, took place here last evening.
HODGSON-WHITE - Miss Maggie White, second daughter of Thomas White, M.P., was married on Wednesday in St. George's Church, Montreal, to Mr. J. C. Hodgson. The Rev. Dr. Sullivan conducted the ceremony and the friends of the youthful couple filled the church.
LANGTON-MOWAT (Toronto) - There was a large and fashionable gathering yesterday forenoon at St. James Square Presbyterian Church, Toronto, the occasion being the marriage of Miss Laura Mowat, second daughter of Hon. 0. Mowat and Mr. Thomas Langton, barrister, Toronto...
January 13, 1882
BLAKE-ZEALAND - On the 11th instant, at 37 Robert street, by the Rev. C. H. Mockridge, Isabel, daughter of Captain William Zealand and J. B. Blake, of Burlington, Vt.
LOUGHREY-SNELGROVE - On the 11th January, at Christ Church Cathedral, by the Rev. C. H. Mockridge, Samuel B. Loughrey. Esq., of London, Ontario, to Emily S. Snelgrove, youngest daughter of the late George Snelgrove, Esq., planter, British Guiana.
January 17, 1882
BENSLEY-SMITH - On the 30th of December, 1881, at Otterville, by the Rev. James P. Bell, Albert W. Bensley, eldest son of R. D. Bensley, Esq., clerk and treasurer of Barton, to Gertrude, eldest daughter of W. L. Smith, M.D., Glanford.
January 18, 1882
NELLES-BUCK - At the residence of the bride's mother, Burlington, on 7th January, 1882, by the Rev. G. H. Cornish, W. G. Nelles, Esq., to Ada J., daughter of the late George Buck, Esq.
January 20, 1882
CAMPBELL-MCGOMB - On Thursday at St. John's Church, near London, was celebrated the marriage of Col. D. Campbell, of Nelson, and Miss M. B, McComb, daughter of Mr. Thomas McComb, of London Township. The ceremony was performed by the Venerable Archdeacon Marsh, and the bride was assisted by Miss E. McComb and Miss Donaldson of Woodstock as bridesmaids. The Colonel was accompanied by Mr. James Kerr of Petrolia and Mr. Thomas McComb, Jr.
January 21, 1882
WHITEHEAD-THOMPSON - At New Haven, Conn., on the 19th instant, Jennie, second daughter of Alexander Thompson, to S. J. Whitehead, superintendent of the Ontario rolling mills, both of Hamilton, Ontario.
January 28, 1882
BELL-PARK - In this city, on the 27th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Brown, Edward Bell, of Toronto, to Josephine Park, of Hamilton.
GANT-HEWITT - On Thursday evening, at the residence of Mr. Dumon, this city, a pleasant matrimonial event occurred, being no less than the marriage of Professor Jesse Gant to Miss Julia Hewitt, both well known to the people of Hamilton. The many friends of the professor will congratulate him upon his manliness in returning to the city and settling all old scores by this marriage. May the married life of the professor be long and happy.
February 2, 1882
LEWIS-MACDONALD (Toronto) - At the Yonge Street Methodist Church to-day, Mr. Montgomery Lewis, of London, Ontario, was married to Annie Secord, daughter of the well known wholesale merchant, Mr. John Macdonald.
February 8, 1882
PRESCOTT-ETWELL - On the 1st instant, at the residence of the bride's father, Gloucester street, Toronto, by the Rev. J. P. Lewis, rector of Grace Church, Toronto, George William Prescott, Esq., solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Elijah Etwell, Esq.
February 9, 1882
CROY-YOUNG - At the Church of the Ascension, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. Canon Carmichael, William B. Croy, to Annie, youngest daughter of the late John Young, of Port Hope.
February 10, 1882
KITE-BRICE - At the residence of the bride's father, Bartonville, by the Rev. Dr. James, Harry Kite, to Martha Elizabeth, second daughter of Nathan Brice.
February 13, 1882
PINCOMBE-LANGDON - On the 8th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, 73 Canada street, by the Rev. Mr. Scott, John Lawrence Pincombe, to Elizabeth Fanny Langdon.
February 15, 1882
DALLEY-FOSTER - In this city, on the 11th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. W. H. Curran, Fenner F. Dalley, to Mabel, second daughter of W. C. Foster, Esq.
February 21, 1882
MCLEAN-MATHEWS - At the residence of Mr. A. T. Freed, 191 MacNab street north, February 20th, by the Rev. R. J. Laidlaw, Mr. R. C. McLean, of the Chicago "Tribune", to Mina Ella Mathews, daughter of Mrs. A. T. Freed.
KELLEY-HAYES - On Tuesday, February 14th, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Slavian, Mr. Timothy Kelley, to Miss Mary Josephine Hayes, eldest daughter of Mr. John Hayes, all of this city.
CRAWFORD-RUTHERFORD (Toronto) - The fashionable world is all agog this morning
LORD-RUTHERFORD over the marriage of the Rutherford sisters.
St. Michael's Cathedral was thronged with the bon-ton when Mr. George S. Crawford, son of the late Lieutenant-Governor, led to the altar Miss Ada Rutherford, fourth daughter of Mr. E. H. Rutherford. Archbishop Lynch officiated. The party then drove to St. James Cathedral where Mr. Alexander Lord espoused Miss M. S. Rutherford, and the ceremony was again gone through on behalf of her sister. The Bishop of Toronto conducted the service, assisted by Rev. Mr. Lord.
February 22, 1882
TURNER-PARKS - On the 21st instant, by the Rev. J. Goodman, George T. Turner, to Anna M. Parks, both of Hamilton.
February 23, 1882
TUNIS-SEALEY - At the residence of the bride's father, Waterdown, by the Rev. J. W. Holmes, Sarah Jane Sealey, to John Tunis, of Buffalo, late of Flamborough West.
March 2, 1882
DENCHFIELD-WOODMAN - Rev. James Denchfield, formerly of this city, now pastor of a Baptist church at North Adams, Massachusetts, was married at the Baptist church here this morning, by Rev. Dr. Stewart, a former pastor of the church, to Miss Sarah Woodman of this city. Mr. Denchfield and his bride leave this city for North Adams, thence to Rangoon, India, where he takes charge of a church besides doing other missionary work.
March 3, 1882
FROEHLICH-FRITH - At Hamilton, in the Church of Evangelical Association, March 2nd, by the Rev. D. Dipple, Mr. John Froehlich, to Miss Magdalena Frith, all of this city.
March 8, 1882
BELL-FARISH - In this city, at the Parsonage, on the 29th of February, by Rev. W. W. Ross, Mr. Edward Bell, to Miss Jessie Farish, both of this city.
March 9, 1882
POYNTS-HART - On Wednesday, the 8th instant, by the Rev. A. E. Miller, Mr. George Poynts, to Miss Annie Hart, all of this city.
March 16, 1882
MOODIE-JOLLEY - At Belmont, the residence of the bride's father, on Wednesday, the 15th instant, by the Rev. D. H. Fletcher, James R. Moodie, to Fannie, eldest daughter of James Jolley.
March 18, 1882
MORTON-JOHNSON - In this city, on the 14th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Scott, John Morton, to Henrietta Louise Johnson, of this city. No cards.
BILTON-COLEMAN - On the 15th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, 140 King street west, Toronto, by the Rev. Prof. Gregg, George Bilton, of Hamilton, to Mary, youngest daughter of John G. Coleman, Esq.
March 24, 1882
SCOTT-GIBBS - On the 23rd instant, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. S. Lyle, Mr. T. L. Scott, to Laura, eldest daughter of the late J. P. Gibbs, Esq., all of this city.
BOND-GREY - In this city, on the 18th instant, by the Rev. C. H. Mockridge, Mr. Edwin Bond, to Miss Jessie B. Grey, both of this city.
CLINE-DEGEER - The Buffalo "Courier" says: Miss Mary Degeer of this city and Mr. Joseph Cline of Hamilton, Ontario, were united in matrimony in the parlour of the Women's Christian Association home at the corner of Eagle and Ellicott streets at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. M. Stratton, of Grace Church, and was witnessed by a large number of friends of the contracting parties.
March 29, 1882
HUGHES-BLACK - On the 22nd of March, at St. John's Church (Episcopal), Buffalo, by the Rev. W. M. Hughes, rector, I. R. Hughes, Esq., St. Louis, to Sara J., youngest daughter of the late James Black, Esq., of Hamilton.
March 30, 1882
WODELL-FARR - At Sarnia, on Tuesday, March 28, by Rev. W. M. A. Claris, Fred W. Wodell, of the Hamilton Spectator, to Emma L., only daughter of William Farr, carriage maker, of Sarnia.
RUDD-KIRBY - The Guelph "Herald" of Wednesday says: We are pleased to chronicle the marriage of Mr. Samuel Rudd, fifth son of George Rudd, Devon cattle breeder, and Miss Sarah Kirby, second daughter of Thompson Kirby, of Waterdown, which took place this morning at 12 o'clock at the residence of Solomon Goodwin, Guelph Township. The interesting ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell in the presence of a host of friends and relations, and all subsequently partook of a sumptuous repast prepared by the energetic hostess. The bridal party left under a shower of boots and rice for the G.W.R. station, taking the 4:00 p.m. train to the west. The presents were numerous and of a very useful character. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Rudd every possible happiness.
April 13, 1882
RENWICK-BICKLE - On the 12th April, at the residence of the father of the bride, by the Rev. George Laurence, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. S. Lyle, Mary Methewson, only daughter of John H. Buckle, to Mr. T. Renwick, of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
THICKE-GEDDES - At the church of the Ascension, Tuesday, Rev. S. C. Thicke, late assistant minister of that church was married to Miss Isabella F. H. Geddes. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Carmichael in the presence of a number of friends who wished the newly-wedded pair all happiness.
TIBB-JAMES - Last night at the residence of Rev. Dr. James, the well-beloved pastor of Knox Church, this city, the marriage of his daughter, Miss Mary Craig James, to Rev. J. Campbell Tibb, B.D., of Rapid City, Manitoba, was solemnized by Rev. Dr. James, assisted by Rev. David James. The happy couple left immediately per G.W.R. for their new home. Thus do Ontario's fairest daughters depart for the golden land of Manitoba.
April 21, 1882
HERALD-HARDIKER - On the 19th Instant, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. G. Graham Adams, B.A., Charles A. Herald, to Ella M., second daughter of the late John Hardiker.
LANAWAY-WAY - On the 19th instant, at St. Thomas Church, by Rev. Mr. Miller, Robert B. Lanaway, to Marian Alice Way, both of this city.
April 23, 1882
HARDMAN-FORD - On April 20th, by the Rev. Joseph Philip, Ada, second daughter of Thomas and Mary Ford, to John Hardman, both of this city.
April 26, 1882
WATT-GRASSIE - At the residence of the bride's father, Mount Albion, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. W. D. Rees, Mr. J. Watt, of Saltfleet, to Miss Jane Grassie.
April 27, 1882
MORLEY-POWELL - On the 19th April, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Charles Deacon, William, eldest son of John Morley, of Hamilton, to Mary Anne, fourth daughter of the late John Powell, of Stratford.
April 29, 1882
GERRY-MACDONALD - At the residence of E, H, Mallory, Esq., 136 Hughson street north, April 27th, by the Rev. Thomas Goldsmith, Mr. Elbridge Gerry, of Newark, N.J., to Bessie E. Macdonald, of Hamilton.
May 2, 1882
MACDONALD-DUNLEVIE - On the 27th April, at the residence of the bride's brother, Ottawa, John Carroll Macdonald, Goderich, to Grace Louisa, second daughter of Captain G. Dunlevie, late of Her Majesty's 11th and 74th Regiments.
MORGAN-MILLER - In this city, on the 1st instant, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Mr. Philip, Charles H. Morgan, to Clarissa S., second daughter of Mrs. J. Miller, all of this city.
May 11, 1882
THOMAS-OGG - At the residence of the bride's father, Locust Lodge, Burlington, May 11, 1882, by the Rev. G. H. Cornish, Edward Thomas, Esq. L.D.S., to Annie Magdalene, daughter of Nelson Ogg. Esq.
May 12, 1882
SRIKER-HEWITT - On the 10th instant, at the residence of the bride's uncle, J. M. Sutherland, Esq., 74 Hazelton avenue, Yorkville, by the Rev. J. C. Desbarres, rector of St. Peter's Church, Edward H. Striker, of the Department of Inland Revenue, Hamilton, to Christins, eldest daughter of the late C. J. Hewitt, Esq.
May 19 1882
SIMPSON-HANCOCK - In St. Mark's Church, by the Rev. R. G. Sutherland, rector, on Thursday, May 18, 1882, Mr. J. F. Simpson, of the G.W.R., Brecon, Ontario, to Louisa, eldest daughter of Alderman Hancock, of this city.
May 25, 1882
KELK-MUNZINGER - On the 20th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. D. H. Fletcher, Tillie, youngest daughter of J. M. Munzinger, to Frank G., son of the late George Kelk, of London, England.
FLETCHER-MURRAY - On the 25th instant, at Athol Bank, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, assisted by the Rev. Colin Fletcher, M.A., the Rev. D. Hugh Fletcher, pastor of the MacNab street Presbyterian Church, in this city, to Phyllis Eleanor, youngest daughter of Mr. Peter Murray.
May 27, 1882
IRWIN-WINFIELD - On the 23rd May, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. H. O. Crossley, William H. Irwin, to Mary E., eldest daughter of Thomas Winfield.
May 30, 1882
GIBB-YOUNG - At Suspension Bridge, N.Y., by the Rev. James Stoddart, rector of Church of the Epiphany, Alexander Gibb, barrister-at-law, Ottawa, to Lizzie F., youngest daughter of the late John Young, and niece of Charles Young of this city.
June 2, 1882
SMITH-WYATT - On Thursday, 1st June, 1882, at the Church of the Ascension, Hamilton, by the Rev. Canon Carmichael, rector, George Albert Smith, of the Bank of Commerce, son of the late Sheriff Smith, Barrie, to Flora Louisa, daughter of the late Henry Wyatt.
June 3, 1882
EDWARDS-WINDATT - On Thursday, 1st June, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Thomas Coleman, Esq., of Bowmanville, Carrie, eldest daughter of the late T. W. Windatt, Esq., niece of Rev. Francis Coleman, Hamilton, to Rev. Samuel H. Edwards, Waterdown.
June 7, 1882
BINGLE-BOOKER - On the 5th of June, at St. James Church, London South, by the Rev. Evans Davis, William H. Bingle, of Grimsby, to Alice, youngest daughter of the late Alfred Booker, of Montreal.
COOK-ALLAN - On Tuesday, June 6, at 64 Queen street south, the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. H. Crossley, Jane Eliza Ramsay, eldest daughter of Mr. T. S. Allan, merchant, to Mr. J. L. Cook, of Bright, Ontario.
June 8, 1882
STEWART-YOUNG - On the 7th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, No 3 East avenue south, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, Robert Stewart, to Jennie, only daughter of Robert Young, all of this city.
MCNAIR-FIELD - At St. Thomas Church, on the 7th of June, by the Rev. Canon Curran, rector, Albert E. McNair, to Lillie, daughter of John Field, Esq., both of this city.
RANDALL-LAVALLEE - On June 7th, by the Rev. Mr. Lyle, at the residence of the bride's father, Walter W. Randall, of N.Y., to Augusta Elizabeth, third daughter of Capt. D. P. Lavallee, of this city.
TWOHY-LUTZ - On the 7th instant, at the residence of the bride's brother-in-law, J. F. Cowen, M.D., by the Rev. A. Y. Hartley, Presbyterian minister, Bluevale, W. H. Twohy, station agent, G.W.R., Hensall, to Ida, youngest daughter of the late Morris C. Lutz, Esq., Galt.
MCBETH-FERGUSON - At the Church of the Ascension this morning Rev. Canon Carmichael united in matrimony Miss Elsie Ferguson of this city and Mr. John S. McBeth, son of the late George McBeth, M.P., London, Ontario. The bride was attended by Miss McBeth, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss McNab and Miss Elsie Birrell, of London, cousins of the bride. Messrs H. Blackburn and 0. H. Ferguson were groomsmen. The wedding breakfast was taken at the residence of the bride's mother, No 60 MacNab street north, after which the newly wedded pair departed for a tour through Great Britain and the continent.
June 14, 1882
BRADLY-HEMPSTOCK - In this city, on the 13th Instant, at the residence, No 304 James street north, by the Rev. Mr. Williams, Mr. John Bradly, to Fanny C. Hempstock, youngest daughter of George Hempstock.
SMITH-ALLEN - At the residence of the bride's mother, 81 Elgin street, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, of Central Presbyterian Church, Alfred T. Smith, of Peterborough, late of Hamilton, to Emma, second daughter of the late Benjamin Allen.
June 15, 1882
IRVING-DAVIS - On the 14th instant, at 113 Bay street north, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, John Irving, of Toronto, to May, daughter of Capt John Davis, of this city.
June 16, 1882
MATHEWS-ARTHUR - On Wednesday, the 14th instant, by the Rev. G. H. Henderson, of Chatham, John S., eldest son of Mr. James Mathews, to Sarah I., third daughter of Mr. Samuel Arthur, all of this city.
June 20, 1882
MCKIM-TAYLOR - On the 14th instant, at Hespeler, Ontario, by the Rev. Canon Hincks, rector of Trinity Church, Galt, R. P. McKim, eldest son of Mr. Robert McKim, of Toronto, to Alice Maud, second daughter of the late William T. Taylor, Esq., of Hamilton, Ontario.
EGG-PASSMORE - On June 20th, at the Church of the Ascension, by Rev. Canon Carmichael, rector, Mr. William F. Egg, of the Chicago and Alton R. R., Chicago, to Jennie E. Passmore, of this city.
June 22, 1882
MALCOLM-BOGGS - On the 21st instant, at Hawthorne Lodge, the residence of the bride's aunt, Miss Reid, by the Rev. R. J. Laidlaw, of St. Paul's Church, William Malcolm, to Helen R., daughter of the late Mr. W. J. Boggs, all of this city.
PEDEN-HOOSON - In this city, on the 21st instant, by Rev. John Morton, John Peden, to Miss Emma Hooson, all of this city.
June 23, 1882
EDGAR-STEPHENSON - On the 20th instant, by the Rev. G. H. Copeland, of London, Mr. Andrew J. Edgar, of Essex Centre, to Miss A. Belle Stephenson, fifth daughter of Mr. Stephenson, of this city.
BAIN-ZIMMERMAN - On the 21st instant, at the Baptist Church, Beamsville, by the Rev. John Stuart, B.A., assisted by the Rev. C. D. McDonald, Mr. Alexander Bain, of Thorold, to Miss Ada Phedora, third daughter of James B. Zimmerman, Esq., of Beamsville.
THOMPSON-ROSS - In this city, on Thursday, the 22nd instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. R. J. Laidlaw, Mr. William Henry Thompson, to Miss Margaret E. Ross, daughter of Mr. David Ross, No 67 Queen street north.
PITHER-BARLOW - On June 22nd, at the residence of the bride's cousin, 181 Jackson street east, by the Rev. J. W. A. Stewart, Mr. Robert J. N. Pither, of Fort Francis, Keewatin, to Miss Rebecca Barlow, of this city.