Hamilton Spectator

Marriages 1888

 

January 16, 1888

 

KELLY-CARMICHAEL - In this city, on January 11, 1888, by the Rev. J. W. Cooley, William Kelly, to Addie, eldest daughter of George Carmichael, Esq., all of this city.

 

January 18, 1888

 

WHITE-GORDON - (Ottawa) The marriage of Fred White, son of the Minister of the Interior,

and Miss Kate Gordon, daughter of Aid. Gordon, will be celebrated February 8.

 

January 20, 1888

 

CARPENTER-DRYSDALE - On Wednesday, January 11, by Rev. Dr. Palmer, at the residence of the bride's father, Jeannette, daughter of Andrew Drysdale, Esq., of New Orleans, to Thomas H. F. Carpenter, of Winona, Ontario, Canada.

 

January 24, 1888

 

MCINTYRE-CUMMERFORD Harry J. McIntyre, the popular clerk of the Royal Hotel, has become a benedict. The knot that binds him to Miss Minnie Cummerford, third daughter of Peter Cummerford, was tied yesterday morning by Very Rev. E. I. Heenan, V.G., at St. Mary's Cathedral. The bride was attended by Miss Julia Cummerford, her sister, and C. J. Roger of Ottawa acted as best man...

 

January 25, 1888

 

MOORE-GILBERT At Baltimore, on Thursday, January 19, by the Rev. Dr. Zincham, Mr. Thomas F. Moore, of Hamilton, to Miss Marguerite Gilbert, of Buffalo.

 

GURNETT-RIDOUT - At Christ Church, Ottawa, on January 23, 1888, by the Venerable Archdeacon Lauder, DCL, William Frank, fourth son of Lemuel A. Gurnett, of Ancaster, Ontario, to Anna Louisa, second daughter of Thomas Ridout, of Ottawa

 

January 27, 1888

 

VANNORMAN-CALCOST - On Thursday, January 26, 1888, at the residence of the bride's father, 37 Niagara street, St. Catharines, by the Rev. C. O. Johnson, W. P. VanNorman, of this city, to Mary A. Morley, daughter of James Calcost, Esq.


February 4, 1888

 

TURNER-MENORGAN - On February 1, at the residence of the bride's mother, Cannon street east, by the Rev. Thomas Goldsmith, Samuel Turner,  late of Manitoba, to Jennie Ferrie Menorgan, of this city.

 

DONOHOE-DOWLER - In this city, on January 27, at the James Street Baptist Church, by the Rev. R. G. Boville, Alexander Donohoe, of this city, to Anne, second daughter of J. Dowler, Esq., County Roscommon, Ireland.

 

February 6, 1888

 

VERRALL-PARKS - At Toronto, on February 2, by the Rev. A. H. Baldwin, Mr. A. Verrall, to Maggie Irwin Parks, of Hamilton.

 

February 8, 1888

 

WRIGHT-OMAND - On February 7, at Gore Street Methodist Church, by the Rev. C. O. Johnson, Charles John Wright, of this city, to Maggie,  second daughter of Captain Joseph Omand, 11 Wood street east, city.

 

February 15, 1888

 

NICHOLSON-BILLINGTON - On Tuesday, February 14, at the residence of the bride's father, 83 Marks street, by the Rev. G. Forneret, Mary, eldest daughter of John Billington, to William Nicholson, both of this city.

 

February 16, 1888

 

CLARK-DREW - On Tuesday, February 14, at the residence of the bride's father, 186 Herkimer street, by the Rev. R. G. Boville, Clara, daughter of A. F. Drew, to John David Clark, all of this city.

 

SMITH-DEMPSEY - On Tuesday, 14th February, at her father's residence, 112 West Main street, by the Rev. A. R. Miller, uncle of the bride, Cecil B. Smith, B.A., civil engineer, of St. Catharines, to Mary Mima, second daughter of Mr. George Dempsey, of this city.

 

BOOKER-JACKSON - On Wednesday evening, February 15, at the residence of the bride's brother, George Jackson, No 10 Stinson street, by Rev. R. G. Boville, M.A., Charles G. Booker, second son of W. D. Booker, to Miss Alfaretta Jackson, both of this city.


February 17, 1888

 

ROBERTSON-ROBINSON - On February 15, at the residence of the bride's father, J. J. Robertson, Hamilton, to Jennie, only daughter of Jonas Robinson, Romney.

 

March 3, 1888

 

STERLING-BERTRAM - At the residence of the Bride's father, Glenholme, Dundas,  on March 1, Dr. James A. Sterling, of Picton, Ontario, to Jessie, daughter of John Bertram.

 

March 9, 1888

 

HEILIG-BADER - In this city, on March 7, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Kay, George W. Heilig, to Carrie E., daughter of Robert Bader, all of this city.

 

HOWARD-SMITH - (Montreal) The marriage of Miss Smith, daughter of Sir Donald and Lady Smith to Dr. J. B. Howard was celebrated this afternoon at the residence of the bride's father, Dorchester street. (Editor’s note King Edward VII called him "Uncle Donald")

 

March 13, 1888

 

PASS-STEPHENS - At the residence of the bride's father, Elgin street, on Wednesday evening, March 7, by the Rev. John Kay, Edwin K. Pass, to Annie, second daughter of Mr. Samuel Stephens, both of this city.

 

March 15, 1888

 

TOVELL-REYNOLDS - At the residence of the bride's father, Caroline street south, on Monday evening, March 12, by the Rev. W. J. Day, Edward J. Tovell, to Bella, eldest daughter of Mr. James Reynolds, both of this city.

 

FORBES-HOLBROOK - (Ottawa) The marriage of Miss Holbrook, eldest daughter of J. G. Holbrook, to J. C. Forbes, R.C.A. of Toronto was celebrated this afternoon at the residence of the bride's father.

 

March 21,1888

 

WOODCROFT-GENTCH - At Detroit, Michigan, on March 15, 1888, Robert W. Woodcroft, formerly of Hamilton, to Miss L. Gentch, of Detroit.


March 23, 1888

 

CRAIGIE-BAKER - On March 21, at the residence of the bride's sister, Edgemount Cottage, Hamilton, by the Rev. H. G. Hunter of London, James Andrew Craigie, of Detroit, fourth son of the late William Craigie, barrister of this city, to Charlotte Moulton, youngest daughter of the late James Alfred Baker, of Brant county.

 

March 24, 1888

 

STEWART-CURRIE - At Hamilton, on Wednesday, May 21, by the Rev. D. H. Fletcher, Mr. William R. Stewart, East Flamborough, to Miss Mary Jane Currie, of Freelton.

 

March 28, 1888

 

HANCOCK-TAYLOR - At St. Catharines, on March 26, by the Rev. Mr. Ratcliffe, William Hancock, of St. Catharines, to Myrtle Taylor, of Hamilton.

 

April 2, 1888

 

UNDERWOOD-BUSBY - On March 29, at the residence of the bride's stepfather, 47 Jackson street east, William B. Underwood, to Minnie L., youngest daughter of the late Samuel Busby, Esq., of Oakville.

 

April 4, 1888

 

BROWN-MITCHELL - At Christ Church Cathedral, by the Rev. Dr. Mockridge, on April 2, William Henry Brown, to Caroline, only daughter of James Mitchell, both of this city.

 

April 5, 1888

 

KING-HEWSON - On April 4, by Rev. William Massey, M.A., of St. Luke's church, Mary Jane, third daughter of John Hewson, to John George King, both of Campbellville, county of Halton.

 

April 10, 1888

 

SHEARS-BRYDGES - At Croton Falls, N.Y., on March 20, by the Rev. V. W. Benedict, Egart Shears, of Danbury, Conn, to Sarah, sixth daughter of Charles Brydges, of this city.


April 13, 1888

 

ROBERTS-ANDERSON - At Knox Church, Hamilton, on April 11, by Rev. Mungo Fraser, George T. Roberts, of Boston, Mass., to Nellie, second daughter of George Anderson, Esq., of this city.

 

April 14, 1888

 

MITCHELL-GOFF - On April 11, 1888, at the residence of the bride's mother, 164 Ferguson avenue, by Rev. C. O. Johnson, Joseph Mitchell, to Miss Clara Goff, all of Hamilton.

 

April 18, 1888

 

HAMILTON-BOOKER - At the Scotch Presbyterian Church, Chicago, on April 11, by the Rev. J. H. Malcolm, Walter Hamilton, Esq., of Pullman, Cook County, Illinois, to Eliza Lizzie, third daughter of John Booker, Esq., of East Hamilton.

 

April 19, 1988

 

BRAITHWAITE-HENDRIE - On Wednesday, April 18, 1888, at Central Presbyterian Church, by Rev. S. Lyle, B.D., Marjory Walker, second daughter of William Hendrie, Esq.,  (The Homestead), to Arthur Douglas Braithwaite, of Calgary, N.W.T., fourth son of the Rev. William Braithwaite, vicar of Alne, Yorkshire, England.

 

HOWARD-POWELL - At the residence of the bride's father, 182 West avenue north, on April 18, by the Rev. Canon Curran, Thomas Howard, Esq., of Toronto, to Ada M., third daughter of W. P. Powell, Esq., Hamilton.

 

SMITH-WAUGH - At the residence of Mrs. John Waugh, 78 Bay street north, on Wednesday, April 18, by the Rev. R. J. Laidlaw, L.L.D, Rev. James Fraser Smith, M.D., of Latona, Ontario, to Miss Minnie Waugh, grand-daughter of the late John Waugh, of this city.

 

April 20, 1888

 

MCGREGOR-CATTANACH - At Fergus, on April 18, by the Rev. Dr. Smellie, Charles K. McGregor, druggist, Brantford, to Christine E. Cattanach, youngest daughter of the late James Cattanach.

 

DEANE-HUTTON - At her brother's residence, 5 Augusta street, on April 19, by Rev. C. H. Mockridge, D.D., William Stoddard Deane, to Katie, eldest daughter of the late Charles Hutton.


April 24, 1888

 

MCKENNA-MODDISON - At 78 Bay street north, Hamilton, on Monday, April 23, by Rev. R. J. Laidlaw, Thomas McKenna, of Toronto, to Miss Jennie Moddison, of Brampton, Ontario.

 

April 26, 1888

 

CAMPBELL-ALLAN - (Montreal) The marriage of Miss Mabel Allan to Colin Campbell in St. Andrew's church this afternoon attracted a large and fashionable audience... The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Edgar Hill.

 

April 27, 1888

 

PETTIGREW-HUNTER - On Wednesday, April 26, at the residence of the bride's father, Ida street, East Hamilton, by the Rev. W. J. Dey, Robert C. Pettigrew, to Fanny, eldest daughter of Robert Hunter, Esq.

 

LIVINGSTONE-BRETHOUR - At Brant avenue church, Brantford, on Wednesday, April 26, by the Rev. S. P. Rose, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Burns, principal of the Hamilton Ladies' college, W. Churchill Livingstone, barrister-at-law, Hamilton, to Charlotte Emeline, only daughter of H. W. Brethour, Esq., Brantford.

 

DAVIES-SHAW - In this city, on April 26, at St. Luke's church, by Rev. Mr. Massey, Harry Davies, butcher, to Miss Fanny Shaw, late of Cheshire, England.

 

May 2, 1888

 

ROBERTSON-HOLLAND - On Monday, April 30, at St. Peter's church, Carlton street, Toronto, by the venerable archdeacon Boddy, J. Ross Robertson, to Jessie Elizabeth, daughter of George B. Holland, all of Toronto.

 

May 5, 1888

 

ROOK-TENNANT - (Brantford) At 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, a pleasing event took place at the residence of Rev. John Tennant, Darling street, being the occasion of the marriage of his daughter, Agnes, to T. Dennis Rock, of Hamilton...

 

May 7, 1888

 

HENRY-JARVIS - On May 2, at “Woodburn Hall”, the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. W. P. Walker, Arthur F., eldest son of Horace Henry, Esq., to Annie L., daughter of Archibald Jarvis, Esq., all of the township of Binbrook.


MILLER-FARTHING - In this city, on Wednesday, May 2, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Frederick Miller, to Hattie Farthing, both of this city.

 

May 11, 1888

 

HOTH-KARTZMARK - On Thursday, May 10, by Rev. Mr. Krupp, at the German Evangelical church, William Hoth, to Amelia Kartzmark, daughter of Mr. Martin Kartzmark, all of this city.

 

May 14, 1888

 

BARR-SMITH - At Toronto, on June 18, 1887, at St. Andrew's church, by Rev. D. J. Macdonnell, James Barr, to Alice M. Smith, both of Hamilton.

 

May 15, 1888

 

BROWN-HOOD - On April 18, by Rev. Charles Deacon, at the Methodist parsonage, Mountsberg, Robert Brown, of Nelson, to Elizabeth, daughter of James Hood, Esq., of Beverly.

 

COCKBURN-HARPER - On May 2, by the Rev. C. deacon, at the residence of the bride's father, George Cockburn, of Beverly, to Hannah M., eldest daughter of Charles Harper, Esq., of East Flamborough.

 

May 16, 1888

 

MACLEOD-GAULD - At 64 Duke street, Hamilton, on May 15, by the bride's father, Carrie M., second daughter of the Rev. John Gauld, to the Rev. John MacLeod, of Strathalby, P.E.I.

 

WALLS-KERNER - A very pleasant event took place at All Saints church yesterday afternoon when Andrew Walls, son of the late William Walls, and nephew of John Walls, builder, of Buffalo, N.Y., was married to Miss Eva Kerner, eldest daughter of Christopher Kerner. The ceremony was performed by Rev. George Forneret in the presence of a large number of friends...

 

May 17, 1888

 

WILDE-MACKAY - In this city, on May l4, by the Rev. D. H. Fletcher, John A. Wilde, C.E., Toronto, to Margaret Eleanor Mackay, of Hamilton.

 

May 22, 1888

 

FISHER-KENT - On Monday, May 21, at the residence of the bride's mother, 51 Pearl street south, by the Rev. J. W. Cooley, A. E.  Fisher, commercial traveller, to Annis Ida, only daughter of the late George T. Kent.


May 30, 1888

 

CLARK-HOWELLS - In this city, on Monday, May 28, at Christ Church Cathedral, by the Rev. Dr. Mockridge, George Clark, of Panama, son of George Clark, Troy, to Edie Beulah Howells, daughter of the late Dr. Howells, of this city.

 

June 1, 1888

 

CROSTHWAITE-LEE - On May 30, at the residence of the bride's father, Edgemount Farm, Saltfleet, by the Rev. J. Mooney, of Glanford, Larn B. Crosthwaite, of Bartonville, to Maggie, only daughter of A. D. Lee, Esq.

 

HILL-MATTHEWS - George Lewis Hill and Jennie Matthews were married in Brantford a day or two ago. The first night of their honeymoon was spent in jail, for the bride had stolen her wedding trousseau and the bridegroom had helped her to do it. They are now awaiting trial.

 

June 4, 1888

 

DENROCHE-HUTCHINSON - In this city, on February—, 1888, by Rev. Canon Curran, Edward Denroche, to Katie H. Hutchinson, both of this city.

 

June 6, 1888

 

FORNERET-ROBBINS - On Tuesday, June 5, at the Church of St. Thomas, Hamilton, by the Lord Bishop of Niagara, assisted by Canon Curran, rector, Adelaide E., youngest daughter of N. B. Robbins, to Rev. George A. Forneret, rector of All Saints Church, and rural dean of Hamilton.

 

June 7, 1888

 

WILSON-BELL - At Herald Angel's church, on Monday, June 4, by the Rev. G. H. Webb, of Cardwell, Thomas G. Wilson, to Sarah A., daughter of the late Dr. N. Bell, of Nelson, county of Halton.

 

STEWART-OVERELL - On Wednesday, June 6, at the residence of the bride’s father, 15 West avenue south, by the Rev. Thomas Goldsmith, Charles F. Stewart, to Rena, youngest daughter of Mr. Edward Overell, formerly of Brockville.

 

SHUTTLEWORTH-VASSIE - In this city, on June 6, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, William Shuttleworth, to Jennie H. Vassie, both of this city.


GATES-WRIGHT - On Wednesday, June 6, at the Church of the Ascension,  by Rev. Canon Sutherland, M.A., rector of St. Mark's church, assisted by Rev. Hartley Carmichael, the rector, Georgina Katharine,  second daughter of Matthew Wright, to Herbert E., third son of W. Gates, Esq., all of Hamilton.

 

June 8, 1888

 

PERRY-CAMPBELL - At St. John's Church, Burlington, on Tuesday, June 5, by Rev. F. Slaven, James Perry, of Burlington, to Teresa, youngest daughter of the late James Campbell, of Palermo.

 

COVERNOR-APPLEBY - On Wednesday, June 6, at the residence of the bride, Alpha Cottage, Hannah street west, by the Rev. T. F. McFadden, Louis Covernor, to Mrs. E. Appleby, both of this city.

 

STEWART-RODGER - On Thursday, June 7, at the residence of the bride's father, Market street, Hamilton,  by the Rev. S. J. Laidlaw, D.D., Mr. William Stewart, eldest son of William Stewart, architect, to Nannie, youngest daughter of John Rodger, Esq.

 

June 12, 1888

 

SEAVEY-BEARMAN - On Monday, June 11, at the church of St. Mark, Hamilton,  by Canon R. G. Sutherland, rector, Elizabeth Fenton, only daughter of F. W. Bearman, Esq., to Julien Ruggles Seavey, all of Hamilton.

 

June 14, 1888

 

COULSON-BELLHOUSE - At Christ Church Cathedral, on Wednesday, June 13, at 11:30, by Rev. C. H. Mockridge, D.D., W. J. Coulson, of New York, formerly of this city, to Anne Louise Bellhouse, daughter of David Bellhouse, Christchurch, New Zealand.

 

June 18, 1888

 

MCCALLUM-TRACEY - At St, Michael's palace, Toronto, June 15, Mr. William McCallum, to Miss Elizabeth Tracey, both of Hamilton.

 

June 20, 1888

 

HOOD-COOK - On June 13, at the Methodist parsonage, in Mountsberg, by Rev. C. Deacon, Samuel Hood, to Elizabeth Cook, both of Beverly.

 

June 21, 1888

 

PHILLIPS-SKUCE - James Phillips of Rochester, N.Y., came to Hamilton recently and left


yesterday taking with him a prize in the shape of a wife. Until yesterday Mrs. Phillips's name was Hattie Irene Skuce. The wedding took place in the morning in St, Mark's church. Rev. Canon Sutherland tied the nuptial knot.

 

JUTTEN-KEIL - On Tuesday at the residence of William Keil, corner of Tisdale and Wilson streets, a happy gathering took place on the occasion of the marriage of his sister, Miss Susie M. Keil to Thomas W. Jutten, Jr., boatbuilder. Rev. Dr. Mockridge performed the ceremony...

 

June 22, 1888

 

HOWDEN-FERRIS - At 60 Herkimer street, the residence of the officiating minister, on June 20, by Rev. James Black, George Howden, Esq., of Onondaga, to Sarah, daughter of the late James Ferris, Esq.,  of the same place.

 

THOMAS-VANKOUGHNET - (Toronto) A fashionable wedding took place in St. George's church this afternoon, the contracting parties being Wolferstan Thomas, son of F. Wolferstan Thomas, general manager of Molson's Bank, Montreal, and Miss A Vankoughnet, daughter of the late Matthew Vankoughnet. Owing to the death yesterday of the bride's uncle, the wedding was a quiet one. The bride was given away by her uncle, Col. Ross, of Montreal.

 

June 27, 1888

 

MCKEOWN-HORNBY - Last evening in Erskine Church, the marriage of Mary, daughter of William Hornby of this city, to John W. McKeown, of Detroit, occurred. The principals were attended by Mattie and little Gertrude Hornby, Frank Forsyth, and Master Willie Malcolm. The bride looked very sweet and was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. They left for their home in Detroit to-night.

 

June 28, 1888

 

CASEY-BOYD - At St. Mary's Cathedral, on June 27, by the Rev. E. I. Heenan, V.G., W. H. Casey, of Detroit, to Maggie, eldest daughter of D. Boyd of this city.

 

COLLINS-MULHOLLAND - At St. Luke's Church, on June 27, by Rev. W. Massey, M.A., Clara Ann Mulholland, to James Collins, both of Hamilton.

 

MCCAFFREY-ELLIS - At the Manse, by Rev. Dr. Mungo Fraser, on Wednesday evening, James N. McCaffrey, to Caroline Ellis, both of this city.


June 28, 1888

 

ROBERTS-SINCLAIR - A very pleasant social event occurred yesterday afternoon at. the residence of Alfred Morgan, 49 Victoria avenue, being the marriage of Miss Polly Sinclair of Perth to George Roberts , of Detroit, formerly of this city,  son of David E. Roberts, of the firm of Hurd & Roberts. Rev. R. G. Boville performed the ceremony...

 

June 29, 1888

 

WINSLOW-BURN - At 21 West avenue south, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Miss R. Burn, eldest daughter of A. L. Burn, to Rev. J. W. Winslow,  of the British Columbia Conference of the Methodist , church, third son of J. G. Winslow, Esq., of Dunnville.

 

SYMINGTON-COPPLEY - At the residence of the bride's mother, 89˝ Hess street north, on June 27, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Hugh Symington, to Georgie, daughter of George H. Coppley.

 

June 30, 1888

 

JOHNSON-BLAKE - At the residence of the bride's father, 150 King William street, on Thursday, June 28, by the Rev. Joseph Odery, William Johnston, to Lydia S., daughter of William Blake, Esq., all of this city.

 

July 4, 1888

 

HOMEWOOD-DEELEY - On June 30, at Church of St. Matthew, by Rev. Thomas Geoghegan, Edward Homewood, to Louise Randia Deeley, both of this city.

 

BONAFACIEO-MEARS - On July 2, at Plattsville, Ontario, by the Rev. C. A. Moore, P. E. Bonafacieo, to Miss E. Mears, both of this city.

 

VANDUSEN-FLEWELLING - On July 2, at the residence of the bride's father, 75 Wellington street north, by the Rev. C. O. Johnson, assisted by Rev. John Pickering, Peter L. Vandusen, to Mary E. Flewelling, both of this city.

 

July 5, 1888

 

HAMILTON-COX - In this city, on July 3, by the Rev. A. M. Hamilton, brother of the groom, Miss Annie D. Cox, of this city, to Rev. James Hamilton, of Lynedoch.

 

LAVIOLETTE-MCDONALD - (River du Loup, Que) Seldom, perhaps never, has there been seen in River du Loup church such an array of beauty and fashion as assembled to-day to witness


the marriage of Miss McDonald, daughter of a. R. McDonald, the Intercolonial Superintendent, to Dumont Laviolette, of Montreal. The bride, magnificently attired in white silk, was universally admired and went through the ordeal with grace and dignity. The ceremony was performed by Monseigneur Edmond Langevin, vicar general of the Rimouski diocese, and the service was grand and impressive...

 

July 6, 1888

 

ROBB-HAMMOND - A number of the friends and acquaintances of the contracting parties met at. the Hannah Street Methodist church on Wednesday evening to witness the marriage of James a. Robb to Miss Minnie Hammond, both of Hamilton...The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. C. Crewe, assisted by Rev. Mr. Elliott...

 

July 9, 1888

 

MCKAY-BUCHAN - On July 1, at the residence of the bride's uncle, 101 Oak avenue, Chicago, by Rev. Mr. Stricker, Jeannie G. Buchan to Richard H. McKay

 

July 10, 1888

 

WOOD-FINCH - At the residence of the bride's uncle, 85 West avenue north, July 7, by the Rev. J. Pickering, Henry Wood, of Chicago, 111., to Mary Finch, of this city.

 

July 13, 1888

 

HOLMES-WOODS - On July 9, at the Church of St. Matthew, by Rev. C. E. Whitcombe, William Charles Holmes, to Ellen Woods, both of this city.

 

July 11, 1888

 

WHOLTON-HARRIS - At Christ Church Cathedral, on July 12, by Rev. C. II. Mockridge, D.D., George Wholton, of this city, to Elizabeth Amelia, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Harris, of Burlington.

 

July 16, 1888

 

GREER-MILLIGAN - On July 11, by the Rev. E. Lounsbury, at his residence, William Greer, to Mary Milligan, both of this city.


July 18, 1888

 

BACK-BERRY - On Tuesday, July 17, by the Rev. E. I. Heenan, V.G., at St. Mary's Cathedral, Ernest Edward Back, son of Leonard Back, of Ancaster, to Amelia Berry, youngest daughter of John Berry, of Hamilton.

 

ABREY-WURTELE - (Ottawa) Miss W. Wurtele, daughter of James Wurtele, was married at Aylmer, Quebec, to Lieutenant Abrey, lieutenant of the French ship "Minerva". The ceremony was performed in the Roman Catholic church by Rev. Father Beauchamp. The bridesmaids were Miss O'Brien, stepsister, and Miss Margarette Wurtele, sister of the bride, while Mr. Rankin, of Montreal, acted as groomsman. The groom appeared in uniform. The church was thronged. The wedded couple set out to-night for Brest in France where Lieut. Abrey's vessel is now stationed.

 

July 19, 1888

 

ALDOUS-ALLAN - J. E. P. Aldous, organist and choirmaster of Central Presbyterian Church, and Miss Mary Allan, daughter of William Allan of this city, were married yesterday afternoon. Miss Allan has been for some years a member of the Central choir. The ceremony took place at the residence of the Bride's father, King William street, and was performed by Rev. G. A. Forneret, rector of All Saints Church. The bride, who was married in travelling costume, was supported by her sister, Miss A. Allan, and A. Alexander was best man. Mr. and Mrs.Aldous left last evening for Muskoka. They will probably visit New York before returning home.

 

July 21, 1888

 

SEWELL-FINCH - At the residence of the bride's father, Wellington street south, by the Rev. E. Lounsbury, John Adamson Sewell, Esq. to Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Edmund Finch, Esq., all of the city of Hamilton.

 

July 25, 1888

 

BRUNT-HORSPOOL - On July 24, by the Rev. F. Coleman, Edward , second son of Samuel Brunt, to Miss Annie Horspool, both of this city.

 

August 1, 1888

 

DYNES-PAWSON - On July 30, at the. parsonage, Niagara Falls, Ontario, by the Rev. Vernon H. Emory, Mr. Walter Dynes, of Rochester, to Miss Sarah A. Pawson, of this city.


August 6, 1888

 

BURNS-LOVE - On August 1, by the Rev. James J. Ross, Arthur C. Burns, late of London, England, to Miss Rebecca Love, late of county Donegal, Ireland.

 

August 8, 1888

 

MAIN-BALCH - On August 6, 1888, at the residence of the bride's father, Hamilton, by the Rev. A. C. Crewe, Will W. Main, to May, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Balch.

 

August 9, 1888

 

PORTER-HOODLESS - At the residence of the bride's father, on Wednesday, August 8, Clarkson Hoodless, to Herbert C. Porter, of Cleveland.

 

August 10, 1888

 

LEE-NIBLOCK - At Detroit, on July 20, by the Rev. Mr. Fuller, John Lee of Detroit, to Edith Niblock, of this city.

 

TINLING-RYALL - On August 8, at the Church of St. Thomas, by the Rev. Canon Curran, Charles Wildrington, eldest son of the late Charles Tinling, postmaster general at Barbadoes, W.I., to Louisa Brett Georgina, youngest daughter of Dr. Isaac Ryall.

 

August 11, 1888

 

SMITH-LANE - On August 9, by the Rev. R. J. Elliott, at the Hannah Street Church parsonage, Mr. William L. Smith, to Miss Charlotte Lane, both of this city.

 

LIVINGSTON-BEST - On August 9, 1888, by the Rev. George Ferguson, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Mr. James H. Livingston, of East Flamborough, Wentworth county, Ontario, to Miss Minnie Best, of county Armagh, Ireland.

 

August 13, 1888

 

ARDIEL-THOMPSON - On August 10, at All Saints Church, by the Rev. Mr. Forneret, Mr. A, W. Ardiel, London, to Miss Isabella Thompson, of Simcoe.

 

BAUMAN-SCHWEITERHUMMEL - In Berlin, Ontario, on Friday, August 11, Mr. J. Bauman, to Katrina, eldest daughter of the late Jacob Schweiterhummel, formerly of Leipele.


August 15, 1888

 

CAHILL-DILLON - On August 14, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. Vicar-General Heenan, Mr. James Cahill, to Miss Nellie Dillon.

 

ABEL-REINHOLT - On August 13, at the residence of the bride's brother-in-law, Mr. H. Lovell, by the Rev. De Zosher, Mr. James Abel, to Miss Maggie Reinholt, both of this city.

 

August 17, 1888

 

TAYLOR-MARSHALL - In this city, on August 15, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. G. A. Forneret, John E. Taylor, to Isabell, youngest daughter of Joseph Marshall, both  of this city.

 

MCKNIGHT-GRANT - Miss Maggie Grant, of Rockton, started last week for Maniboba.  On her arrival there she will be married to Herbert McKnight, a young farmer, formerly of Beverly.

 

August 20, 1888

 

MACPHERSON-MCCLURE - On August 17, by the Rev. C. Russell Lee, M. M. MacPherson, of Mew York, to Miss Mena McClure, of this city.

 

August 23, 1888

 

HARRIS-MCANDREW - On Apgust 21, by the Rev. Mr. Elliott, at the residence of the bride's sister, Robinson street, George Harris, to Jennie McAndrew, all of this city.

 

August 25, 1888

 

BOWMAN-BURNS - On August 23, by the Rev. R. J. Elliott, at Mr. Wild's, Hunter street west, Mr. John Taylor Bowman, to Miss Elizabeth Burns, both of Hamilton.

 

August 31, 1888

 

FAIRCLOUGH-ALLEN - On August 29, 1888, at St. John's Church, Portsmouth, by the Rev. F. W. Dobbs, rector, H. Rushton Fairclough, lecturer in University College, Toronto, to Frederics, youngest daughter of J. Antisell Allen, Alwington, Kingston, and grand-daughter of the late Charles Baron de Longeuil.


September 5, 1888

 

BROWN-HARVEY - On September 4, at St. Thomas Church, by the Rev. Canon Curran, Alexander William Brown, of Aldershot, East Flamborough, to Ruth Pauline, eldest daughter of James Harvey, Esq., of East Flamborough.

 

JONES-SMITH - On September 4, at the residence of the bride's grandparents, 28 Mulberry street, May Ella, the eldest daughter of the late William and Emma Smith, grand-daughter of John and Sarah Slaughter, to Mr. Albion D. Jones, son of the late Dr. Alfred Jones, of London.

 

September 6, 1888

 

DUNSTAN-PEIRCE - At St. Thomas Church, Hamilton, on Wednesday, September 5, 1888, by the Rev. Canon Curran, assisted by the Rev. George Forneret, Alice, eldest daughter of the late O. W. Pierce, of St. Catharines, to Kenneth Jewell Dunstan.

 

MARTIN-PEIRCE - At St. Thomas Church, Hamilton, on Wednesday, September 5, 1888, by the Rev. Canon Curran, assisted by the Rev. George Fornoret, Katy, second daughter of the late George W. Peirce, of St. Catharines, to George Edgar Martin, barrister-at-law.

 

SMITH-THOMPSON - On Wednesday, September 5, by the Rev. Dr. Laidlaw, at the residence of the bride's father, 123 Bay street south, Mr. David Smith, of Tilbury Centre, to Agnes Stephen, eldest daughter of Mr. David Thompson, of this city.

 

RAMSAY-MEREDITH - At St. Paul's Cathedral, London, on Wednesday, September 5, by the Very Rev. Dean of Huron, W. T. Ramsay, of Calgary, NWT, to Maude Allen, eldest daughter of W. R. Meredith, Esq., M.P.P.

 

PHILLIPS-BRONSON - In this city, on September 4, by the Rev. John Pickering, Charles Phillips, to Lizzie, eldest daughter of J. T. Bronson, all df this city.

 

September 7, 1888

 

MORTON-ANDERSON - On September 4, in New York city, by the Rev. Dr. Kennedy, David Morton, Jr, of the firm of David Morton & Sons, Hamilton, Canada, to Jane S., youngest daughter of R. B. Anderson, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

JACKSON-ANDREWS - On Wednesday, September 5, by the Rev. John W. Cooley, at the residence of the bride's mother, Peter street, Hamilton, Mr. Robert H. Jackson, to Miss Celia Andrews.


BAINBRIDGE-FYFE - At Toronto, September 5, by the Rev. R. Wallace, John Bainbridge, P.O., of Hamilton, to Miss Mary Ann Fyfe, only daughter of Gordon Fyfe, Mount Florida, Glasgow, Scotland, and sister of Constable Fyfe of Toronto.

 

LAWES-HONSBURGER -  (Dunnville) It is reported that Mr. Hiram Lawes of South Cayuga and Miss Alice Honsburger were married on Tuesday week.

 

September 10, 1888

 

YOUNG-PHILPS - On Thursday, September 8, at the residence of Rev. A. C. Crewe, John Young, to Ann Philps, daughter of Mr. William Philps, all of this city.

 

September 11, 1888

 

DAVISON-TIDSWELL - On August 28, at St. George's Church, Cullercoats,  (special licence) William Newton, elder son of Major Davison, of Westbrook House, Darlington, to Constance, elder daughter of William Tidswell, Esq., of Percy Gardens, Tynemouth, Northumberland, England.

 

September 13, 1888

 

GUMMOE-RAM - On Monday, Sept 10, at the residence of the bride's father, 187 Hunter street west, by the Rev. A. C. Crewe, Henry C. Gummoe, of Toronto, to Elizabeth A. Ram.

 

GOODERHAM-NORTHRUP - (Toronto) There was a fashionable wedding this morning in St. Peter's church which was crowded. The contracting parties were George H. Gooderham, son of George Gooderham of Gooderham & Worts, and Cora Maude, daughter of H. S. Northrup, of Northrup & Lyman. The bridesmaids were Ella and Alice Gooderham, sisters of the groom. The bride was the , recipient of many valuable presents. The happy couple leave this afternoon for a tour of the states.

 

September 14, 1868

 

RYAN-HACKETT - In this city, on September 12, at St. Mary's cathedral, by the Very Rev. Vicar-General Heenan, Michael Ryan, of New York, to Miss Katie Hackett, of this city.

 

KITTERMASTER-PARDEE - (Sarnia) One of the most interesting events which have taken places here in some time, occurred to-day, being the marriage of Miss Laura Helen, daughter of Hon. Mr. Pardee, to Fred W. Kittermaster, one of the foremost barristers of the town. The ceremony took place at 10:30 a.m. in St. George's church and was performed by Rev. T. ,I. Davis...


September 19, 1888

 

YAPP-WALSH - At St. Mary's Church, Montreal, on Tuesday, September 11, by the Rev. Mr. Edgecombe, Emma, daughter of Robert Walsh, to P. H. Yapp, druggist of Hamilton.

 

September 20, 1888

 

SHARPE-MCKAY - At 72 Catherine street north, on September, by the Rev. R. G. Boville, George B. Sharpe, to Gertrude Agnes McKay, both of this city.

 

OSBORNE-KILLMASTER - At the Baptist Church, Port Rowan, on September 18, by the Rev. Mr. Carey, James Kerr Osborne, of Brantford, to Isabel Blanche, youngest daughter of B. Killmaster of Port Rowan.

 

BURNS-KERTLAND - At All Saints Church, Toronto, on Tuesday, September 18, by the Rev. Arthur B. Baldwin, rector, assisted by the Rev. J. W. Burke, of Belleville, Douglas Alston Burns, to Anne Mary, eldest daughter of Dr. Edwin H. Kertland, manager Imperial Loan Company, Toronto.

 

September 21, 1888

 

SELDON-VOELKER - At the residence of the bride's parents, on September 19, by the Rev. Mr. Laird, John E. Seldon, to Miss Mary Voelker, both of this city.

 

September 22, 1888

 

DUNSTAN-PALMER - At St. George's Church, St. Catharines, on September 20, by the Rev. E. M. Bland, rector, George Comberback Dunstan, of Toronto, to Ida Ninon, third daughter of J. Palmer Esq., of St. Catharines.

 

September 26, 1888

 

COON-FAREWELL - The residence of Dr. Farewell, Mount Hope, was the scene of a pleasant event on September 19, being the marriage of the doctor's sister, Bertha L., to G. Edward Coon, both of Glanford. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Libbie Farewell, and the groomsman was J. H. Coon, brother of the groom. Dr. Farewell gave the bride away and Rev. J. Mooney of Cainsville pronounced the magic words. The bride was the recipient of many handsome presents.


September 27, 1888

 

PHELAN-OSBORNE - James Phelan, the good-natured and deservedly popular manager of the Royal Hotel wine rooms, who has been connected with that hotel for over twenty years, and whose fame as a concocter of mixed drinks is known throughout the land, has gone and committed matrimony. He was married yesterday afternoon at St. Mary's Cathedral by Vicar-General Heenan to Mrs. Elizabeth Osborne. The wedding was private, only a few personal friends of the parties being present. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mary Quinlan, and Fi Stinson was best man...

 

September 28, 1888

 

DAVIS-RAYNER - At St. Matthew's Church, on September 26, by The Rev. C. E. Whltcombe, assisted by Rev. Lenox Smith, Walter Davis, to Susie Rayner, both of this city.

 

September 29, 1888

 

FEARMAN-HADLEY - On Wednesday, September 26, at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. C. M. Sibbald, 387 Halsey street, Brooklyn, N.Y., by the Rev. C. C. Lasby, Harry H. Fearman, Esq, of this city, to Bell, youngest daughter of Sylvester Hadley, Esq., of Chatham, Ontario.

 

CLARKE-FOSTER - On September 24, at the Church of St. Matthew, by Rev, Dr. Mockridge, William James Clarke, to Rosa Foster, both of this city.

 

PAMENTER-TAYLOR - On September 26, at the Church of St. Matthew, Hamilton  by Rev. C. E. Whitcombe, John Pamenter, Barton, to Harriet Taylor, of Hamilton.

 

October 2, 1888

 

SHARPE-SEQUIN - In Toledo, Ohio, at 1715 Adams street, the residence of the groom's brother, by the Rev. Dr. Hopkins, of Grace Church, J. W. Sharpe, M.D., of McClure, Ohio, to H. Louise Sequin, of Toronto.

 

October 3, 1888

 

BACK-COOKMAN - At Cathedral, Arthur Back, third son of Leonard Back, of Ancaster, to Sarah, only daughter of Henry Cookman, Niagara Falls, N.Y.


October 4, 1888

 

MCCARTHY-BASTIEN - On October 3, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the very Reverend E. L. Heenan, V.G., James F. McCarthy, Esq., of Wiarton, Ontario, to Julia Rose, daughter of H. L. Bastien, of this city.

 

October 5, 1888

 

RAE-WORK - On Wednesday, October 3, 1888, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, Rachel Work, youngest daughter of Donald Work, to Carus Wilson Rae, third son of James Rae, England.

 

October 6, 1888

 

PILGRIM-BURKHOLDER - On Wednesday, October 3, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Edward Pilgrim, to Miss Laura Burkholder, both of this city.

 

EAGER-MCFEDRIES - At Toronto, Wednesday, February 19, 1888, by the Rev. George M. Milligan, pastor of Old St. Andrew's Church, Morley Percy, fourth son of Mr. H. A. Eager, to Nellie, eldest daughter of Mr. William McFedries, all of Hamilton.

 

October 11, 1888

 

DISMUKES-ROBERTS - On Wednesday, October 10, at 5:30 p.m., at Christ Church Cathedral, by the Rev. Charles E. Whitcombe, Mr. William M. Dismukes, of Nashville, Tennessee, to Florence, eldest daughter of Albert Roberts, U.S. Consul at Hamilton.

 

October 12, 1888

 

TRAVER-HARRISON - At St. Mark's church, October 10, by the Rev. Canon Sutherland, Robert A. Traver, of Buffalo, to Mrs. A. Harrison, of this city.

 

BLACKBURN-HARVEY - At St. Luke's church, by the Rev. John Langtry, Walter J. Blackburn, of the "London Free Press" to Miss Agnes M., eldest daughter of Arthur Harvey, Esq., Rosedale, Toronto.

 

MEWBURN-LABATT - On Wednesday afternoon, Miss Mary Labatt, of London, a sister of John Labatt, well known as a successful brewer, was married to Sydney C. Mewburn, of the firm of Meckelcan & Mewburn, barristers, of this city...

 

October 13, 1888

 

NEVILLE-BAILEY - At St. Mark's church, October 10, by the Rev. Canon Sutherland;  Joseph Neville, to Annie Bailey, both of this city.


October 16, 1888

 

GEE-DEANE -  On October 13, at the church of St. Matthew, Hamilton, by Rev. Thomas Geoghagen, William H. Gee, to Annie Deane, both of this city.

 

October 17, 1888

 

CATCHPOLE-MCCAW - On Monday, October 15, at the Wesley Church parsonage, 59 Catherine street north, Richard W. Catchpole, Jr., to Miss Mary McCaw, both of Hamilton.

October 19, 1888

 

CLARK-SYRIE - At the residence of the bride's parents, 85 Queen street, Brantford,  by the Rev. Mr. Carey,  Lawrence Clark, of Hamilton, to Lizzie Syrie, of Brantford.

 

JOLLEY-BRUTON - At the residence of the bride's parents, Clifton, Monroe County, N.Y., on October 17, 1888, by the Rev. T. Smith, Mary A., daughter of Henry Bruton, to Charles J. Jolley, of this city.

 

October 20, 1888

 

REDMOND-JONES - On October 18, at the bride's mother's, 269 Mary street, by the Rev. John Pickering, Mr. James Redmond, to Miss Sarah H. Jones, both of this city.+

 

THOMPSON-HUXTABLE - In this city, on October 18, at her parents' residence, 200 James street north, by the Rev. Canon Mockridge, D.D., Jesse Thompson, of 'The Needles', California, to Florence Mary, eldest daughter of John Huxtable.

 

October 22, 1888

 

KNOTT-SIMON - On October 16, at Chicago, by the Rev. Dr. Lawrence, Stephen R. Knott, to Flora Belle Simon, all of Chicago.

 

October 23, 1888

 

HILLS-COWAN - On October 20, at 278 King street west, by the Rev. Canon Sutherland, of St. Mark's church, Charles H. Hills, dentist, youngest son of the late Albert H. Hills, architect, to Gracle (Daisy), daughter of R. D. Cowan, late of the Commercial Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh, grand-daughter of James Stillie, Esq., bookseller, Edinburgh, Scotland, and grand niece of the late Hugh Charles, Esq., Edinburgh, surgeon of H.M. Royal Navy, England.


October 25, 1888

 

WOOD-ROY - At the Central Presbyterian Church, Hamilton, Ontario, on Wednesday, October 24, 1888, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, B.D., William A. Wood, eldest son of A. T. Wood, Esq., to Bertha Stuart, youngest daughter of the late Robert Roy.

 

HOLT-COULSON - At Holy Trinity Church, Barrie, October 24, by Rev. W. Reiner, Robert Holt, of Essa Centre, Simcoe county, to Miss Mattie Coulson, of Milton.

 

October 26, 1888

 

HALL-STANTON - On October 24, at the parsonage, Gore street, by the Rev. John Pickering, James Peters Hall, to Serena Stanton, both of Hamilton.

 

WEBSTER-SMALE - On October 24, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, at the residence of the bride's parents, 106 Ferguson avenue, George Webster to Miss Minnie Smale, all of this city.

 

WATT-ELDER - On October 24, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, William S. Watt, to Alice, daughter of Alexander Elder,  all of this city.

 

October 27, 1888

 

ELFORD-WATTS - On October 24, &t 123 Hess street north, by the Rev. R. J. Elliott, Mr. Henry Elford, to Miss Miriam Watts, both of Hamilton.

 

November 3, 1888

 

MURRAY-BASTEDO - On October 31, by the Rev. Samuel Bennetts, at Grade Church, Waterdown, Ontario, George William Murray, to Marie Bastedo, both of East Flamborough.

 

MURDOCH-BOYES - At 81 Murray street east, on November 1, by the Rev. Dr. Mungo Fraser, George Murdoch, to Jean, second daughter of Mr. Frank Boyes, of this city.

 

GEORGE-MCPHIE - In Hamilton, on November 2, at the residence of John Ferguson, 56 Erie avenue, Alexander George, to Miss Margaret McPhie, both of Nairn, Scotland.

 

November 6, 1888

 

STAUNTON-LIGHTFOOT - At the Baptist parsonage, Dundas, on November 5, by Rev. E. C. S. Hallam, Lewis H. Staunton, of Lockport, N.Y., to Mattie J. Lightfoot, of West Flamborough.


WHITE-POWERS - (Montreal)  Constable White and Ada Powers were married this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the police magistrate's office. White had been arrested for seducing the girl under breach of promise to marry.

 

November 7,1888

 

JAMES-KARTZMARK -  Last evening the Hamilton Fire Department added on to the number of its benedicts. The fortunate fireman was Lon James of headquarters and his young and handsome choice was Miss Alvinia Kartzmark of 40 Robins street. Miss Agnes Kilroy acted as bridesmaid and William Mathews supported Alonzo during the trying ordeal. The customary tour through the eastern villages, etc. will be dispensed with at present. The couple start life's journey together with the best wishes of the boys for their future success.

 

November 15, 1888

 

DAVIS-LEITH - On Wednesday evening, November 14, at No 10 Erie avenue, by Rev. D. H. Fletcher, Jessie, second daughter of the late William Leith, architect, to Calvin Davis.

 

November 16, 1888

 

EGAN-DAMPIER - On November 14, at St. Matthew's Church, Aldershot, by the Rev. J. Francis, B.D., incumbent, Kate Goldesbrugh, third daughter of the late R. O. Dampier, to Thomas Egan, both of the city of Hamilton.

 

November 17, 1888

 

MCLURE-MORTON - At 60 Herkimer street, the residence of the officiating minister, on November 14, by the Rev. James Black, Mr. John McLure, of the township of Ancaster, to Jane, daughter of the late James Morton, Esq., of the same township.

 

November 19, 1888

 

O'BRIEN-PARKER - (Toronto) Lucius R. O'Brien, a well known Canadian artist, and Mrs. Parker, sister of C. Brough, manager of the Bank of Montreal, were married this morning in St. James Cathedral which has just been reopened after alterations. Canon Dumoulin performed the ceremony. The wedding was a quiet affair, only the friends of the two families being present.


November 22, 1888

 

MCGOWAN-COONEY - At St. Mary's Cathedral, on November 21, by the very Rev. E. I. Heenan, Annie Cooney, to James P. McCowan, all of this city.

 

HAMLIN-CUSACK - In this city, at 53 Park street north, on November 21, by the Rev. Dr. Mockridge, Reuben S. Hamlin, vice-president of the Western Bank, Oshawa, to Lizzie, fourth daughter of the late William Cusack, of this city.

 

MILLS-CLOSE - On Wednesday evening, November 21, at the Church of the Ascension, Eva Jane, fourth daughter of John Close, Esq., to Frederick W. Mills, all of this city.

 

November 23, 1888

 

GRAHAM-NICHOLSON - At the residence of the bride's mother, Markland street, by Rev. D. H. Fletcher, Charles W. Graham, to Annie, second daughter of the late Donald Nicholson.

 

RUSSELL-STANCOMBE - On November 21, at the residence of Mr. W. A. Johnston, 249 Cannon street east, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Robert Irvine Russell, of Bolton, to Miss Millie Stancombe, eldest daughter of Mr. James Stancombe, of Parry Sound district.

 

BERTRAM-KNOWLES - (Dundas) Dr. S. A. Bertram of Dundas was married in New York last Tuesday to Miss Jean Bertram Knowles. Will Mose went to New York with the doctor as best man.

 

November 24, 1888

 

GUY-BARKER - On November 21, at the residence of the bride's parents, 109 Wellington street north, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, William Guy, to Esther, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Barker, all of this city.

 

November 26, 1888

 

WARK-DEVINE - At the residence of the bride's mother, 102 Victoria avenue north, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, Annie M., daughter of Mrs. J. DeVine, to William J, Wark,,both of this city.

 

November 29, 1888

 

HEATH-HALES - On November 28, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. John Pickering, William H. Heath, to Jennie, third daughter of the late Richard Hales, all of this city.


November 30, 1888

 

SIMPSON-KINGDON - On Wednesday, November 28, at the residence of the bride's parents, 136 Main street east, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Lesley E. Simpson, of Niagara Falls, Ontario, to May H., daughter of Mr. James Kingdon, of this city.

 

December 5, 1888

 

ELLIOTT-KENNEDY - (Toronto) Dr. J. Ephraim Elliott, of Wilson avenue, and Miss Jeanie Kennedy, daughter of Warring Kennedy, were married to-day by the Rev. D. E. Sutherland at the residence of the bride's father.

 

December 7, 1888

 

SUANUIAK-MELVING - On November 29, at the parsonage, Windsor, Ontario, by the Rev. J. W. Hodson, Charles Suanuiak, of Nottingham, England, to Eliza Melving, of Hamilton, Ontario.

 

WADDINGTON-JUDD - On December 5, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. S. Ross, M.A., Herbert, eldest son of Major H. H. Waddington, Chariton-cum-Hardy, Manchester, England, to Edna Dell, eldest daughter of H. H. Judd, and grand-daughter of the late Major Wallace, of Millbrook.

 

December 8, 1888

 

BEVEN-TAYLOR - At 'The Willows', Ancaster, the residence of the bride's father, on December 6, 1888, by the Rev, W. F. Clark, incumbent, at St. John's Church, Frank Beven, fifth son of the late John Beven, London, England, to Margaret Sommerville, youngest daughter of George H. Taylor, grand-daughter of the late Judge Taylor of Hamilton, and late Capt. William Sibbald, Royal Scote, Haddington, Scotland.

 

December 10, 1888

 

MUNRO-LEWIS - At Chicago, I11., October 18, 1888, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Albert G. Munro, of this city, formerly of Victoria, B.C., to Miss Nellie Lewis, of Chicago, I11.

 

December 13, 1888

 

MILLER-JENKINS - On December 6, at the residence of the bride's parents, 122 Cannon street west, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, D.D., Frederick Miller to Marion Jenkins.


December 15, 1888

 

BERRYMAN-BARNARD - On December 12, at the residence of the bridegroom's parents, 98 King street west, by the Rev. John Pickering, Andrew Berryman, fourth son of J. M. Berryman, to Hannah Barnard, all of this city.

 

VOLLICK-SHARPE - On December 12, at the residence of the bride's brother, T. Baker, 7 Davenport street, by Rev. A. C. Crewes, Susan Sharpe, late of Melton Mowbray, England, to Henry Vollick, of Nelson township, Ontario.

 

December 19, 1888

 

NASH-KRUG - On December 18, at the residence of the bride's father, 115 Cannon street west, by the Rev. John Pickering, Charles D. Nash, to Margie, second daughter of J. B. Krug, Esq., both of this city.

 

December 21, 1888

 

KILVERT-BARBER - On Wednesday, December 19, at Christ Church, Listowel, by the Rev. E. W. Hughes, Francis Edwin Kilvert, eldest son of F. E. Kilvert, Esq., collector of customs, Hamilton, to Minne Etta Barber, eldest daughter of the late John Barber, Esq., of Listowel.

 

MOHR-MARSHALL - On December 19, by Rev. Dr. Laidlaw, Jessie, daughter of Thomas Marshall, to Mr. Harvey Mohr, of London, Ontario.

 

December 22, 1888

 

BRIDGES-JENNINGS - At the residence of the Rev. J. W. Coolley, Market street, on December 19, Augusta Amy, third daughter of D. J. Jennings, to Alfred T. Bridges, both of this city.

 

December 24, 1888

 

ELDER-HILL - In August last, by the Rev. John Wakefield, Clara F, youngest daughter of the late Henry Hill, to George Elder, all of this city.

 

FESSENDEN-LAND - At St. Peter's Church, Niagara Falls, N.Y., on December 19, by the Rev. George F. Rosenmuller, C. R. Trenholme Fessenden, son of Rev. E. J. Fessenden, rector of Chippewa, Ontario, to Daisy Kate, eldest daughter ,of Abel Land, of Niagara Falls South, Ontario.


December 27, 1888

 

NIGHTINGALE-MCBRIER At the residence of the bride's mother, 23 Napier street, by the Rev. J. W. Cooley, Albert Nightingale, to Lizzie A., only daughter of Mrs. E. McBrier, of this city.

 

STOWE-MCKELVEY At the parsonage, Gore street, on December 26, by the Rev. C. O. Johnson, Francis H. Stowe, to Minnie, third daughter of Samuel McKelvey, of this city.

 

December 28, 1888

 

ELIPSTEIN-MILLS At All Saints Church, by the Rev. George A. Forneret, M.A., Ernest C. Elipstein, to Grace Lillian Mills.