Hamilton Spectator

Marriages 1889

 

January 9, 1889

 

REVELL-HAINES - The marriage of Miss Margaret Haines, daughter of Mr. Haines, of Mountsberg, to J. Revell of the same place, was the occasion of much innocent festivity. About 80 ladies and gentleman gathered at the residence of the bride's parents to witness the ceremony and they were hospitably entertained. Miss Annie Haines, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and D. W. Nicholls, of Abingdon, was groomsman.

 

January 10, 1889

 

ROOS-GODCHAUD - At Rochester, N.Y., on January 2, 1889, by Rev. Mr. Lansberry, Samuel E. Roos, of Hamilton, Ontario, to Mary Godchaud, of Baltimore, Md.

 

CONWAY-STRATTON - At St Alphonsus Church, ------ ., by the Rev. T. Wagner, on January , William A. Conway, of Hamilton, to -------( youngest daughter of Mr. Robert Stratton, of this city.

 

CHAMBERS-FOWLER - At Dundas, On---. by Rev. P. S.--------. --------J eldest daughter of the late---Fowler, to Henry Chambers, formerly of -------.

 

January 11, 1889

 

KNEESHAW-COLLAR - At Detroit, January 8, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Dr. Ramsay, James W. Kneeshaw, son of Mr. J. Kneeshaw of this city, to Minnie C., youngest daughter of Mr. John Collar.

 

January 14, 1889

 

BRUCE-BENEDICKS - At the British Embassy, Stockholm, Sweden, according to English custom, on December 4, and at the Stockholm Cathedral, in Swedish custom, on December 5, William Blair Bruce, artist, Hamilton, Ontario, to Miss Caroline Benedicks, of Stockholm.

 

January 15, 1889

 

BUSCOMBE-HARGROVE - On January 2, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, John Buscombe, to Alice, only daughter of Joseph Hargrove, Esq., both of this city.

 

BELCOURT-SHEHYN - (Ottawa) N. A. Belcourt, barrister of this city, will be married in Quebec on January 26 to Miss Shehyn of that city. A bridal tour through the south has been planned. Miss Shehyn is a daughter of Provincial Treasurer Shehyn.


January 17, 1889

 

BRIGGS-BARLOW - On January 16, by the Rev. J. E. Lanceley, of Toronto, at the residence of the bride's father, Minnie, only daughter of Charles Barlow, Esq., to Walter S. Briggs.

 

January 18, 1889

 

RENNIE-MIALL - (Ottawa) The most fashionable marriage of the year took place here this afternoon when A. H. Rennie, of Aberdeen, Scotland, was united in the bonds of matrimony with Miss Miall, eldest daughter of the Commissioner of Inland Revenue. The ceremony was performed in St. Andrew's Church by Rev. T. Herridge, B.D., over three hundred guests being present. The newly-wedded pair subsequently held a reception at the Russell House. Mr. Rennie is the son of the great Aberdeen ship-owner. He leaves this afternoon with his bride for Natal, South Africa, where he will manage his father's business agency for two years.

 

January 19, 1889

 

BARNFATHER-MARTER - In Buffalo, on December 25, by the Rev. D. H. Harris, Mr. R. D. Barnfather, to Miss Emma Marter, all of this city.

 

January 22, 1889

 

MONTEZAMBERT-PONTON - (Belleville) Miss Emily Ponton, daughter of the late Col. Archibald Ponton, was this morning married to Alexander Montezambert of the Bank of Montreal, Chatham, N.B.

 

February 2, 1889

 

GIBSON-WALKER - (Toronto) Capt. Cecil Gibson, of the Royal Grenadiers, and Miss Grace Walker, daughter of David Walker, ex-ald. and proprietor of the Walker House, were married this morning by Rev. D. J. Macdonnell in St. Andrew's Church. There were hundreds of spectators.

 

February 6, 1889

 

BORISCH-FREELY - At Chicago, on January 3, by Rev. S. C. Earner, Ernest Oswald Borisch, of Chicago, to Louise Freely, formerly of this city.

 

February 7, 1889

 

WEBB-STEVENSON - At Mount Forest, on February 6, by the Rev. Mr. Walker, Rev. George Webb, of Hamilton, to Martha Stevenson, of Riverton.


LYLE-AUDETTE - On February 6, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. S. Rose, William H. Lyle, of Sandy Hill, N.Y., to Ida, daughter of I. Audette, of this city.

 

February 8, 1889

 

LEAISH-EYDT - At the parsonage, 180 Main street east, by the Rev. W. H. Laird, on February 6, Mr. Charles Leaish, to Miss Mary Eydt, all of this city.

 

HISCOX-TABER - At the residence of Rev. William H. Laird, on February 6, 1889, Mr. William Hiscox, of Hamilton, to Mrs. Eliza J. Taber, of St. Johns, Michigan.

 

February 11, 1889

 

ALLEY-CHAMBERLIN - (Syracuse) St. Paul's Cathedral was filled with a large and fashionable audience last night to witness the marriage of Mr. Sanford Alley, of Hamilton, Ontario, and Julia E. Chamberlin, daughter of Col. W. E. Chamberlin, of St. Mark's Square, Tenth ward, this city. The ceremony was the regular episcopalian service performed by Rev. E. W. Murdy, assisted by Rev. Dr. H. R. Rockwood.

 

February 13, 1889

 

PHILLIPS-ABBOTT - (Montreal) Miss Abbott daughter of Hon. Senator Abbott, mayor of Montreal, was married to-day to Rev. Mr. Phillips, rector of Hawkesbury.

 

February 20, 1889

 

COTTON-WHITE - (Ottawa) The marriage of Miss Isabel White, third daughter of the late Hon. Thomas White, and Major John Cotton of the Northwest Mounted Police, took place at St. George's Church this afternoon at 6 o'clock. The Rev. Dr. Owen Jones, the rector, officiated...

 

February 21, 1889

 

RECHE-BENSON - (Rochester) John A. Reche of Hamilton, Ontario, and Miss Sarah L. Benson of Victor, N.Y., were married yesterday at St. Mary's church by Rev. F. J.O'Hanlan. Mr. Reche is connected with the firm of R. N. Taylor & Co and is an exceedingly popular young man. His friends here will unite in wishing him happiness in his married life.

 

February 23, 1889

 

DAVIS-CLEAVE - At the residence of the bride's father, Hess street north, on February 20, by the Rev. Mr. Bennett, of Waterdown David H. Davis, of Waterdown, to Charlotte E., daughter of John Cleave.


February 26, 1889

 

STEWART-AIKINS - Wednesday night, February 20, a large company assembled at the house of Alexander Aikins, Barton, to witness the marriage of his second daughter, Clara C. Aikins, to Joseph M. Stewart, of Saltfleet. Rev. E. B. Stevenson, B.D., performed the ceremony. Miss Nora Smith of Glanford waited upon the bride and Ira Green of Hamilton acted as groomsman...

 

February 27, 1889

 

JACKSON-LONG - On February 25, by the Rev. George Anderson, Abraham Jackson, of the township of Barton, to Mary Barber, only daughter of William Long, of this city.

 

March 2, 1889

 

BEAUMONT-HOLCOMB - On February 27, at the residence of the bride's brother, 42 Oxford street, Toronto, by the Rev. J. W. Parker, D.D., W. W. Beaumont to Lizzie M., second daughter of the late W. H. Holcomb, Esq., all of this city.

 

CLAYTON-POTTER - On February 28, at Wesley parsonage, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Eastwood Clayton, to Elizabeth A. Potter, both of Hamilton.

 

March 4, 1889

 

APPLEGARTH-MCGREGOR - On November 15, 1888, in Toronto, by Rev. Joseph Wild, D.D., William Applegarth, to Marie McGregor, daughter of D. McGregor, Esq., both of this city.

 

March 6, 1889

 

GRENIER-MARCHAND - (Quebec) Miss Marchand, eldest daughter of the speaker of the Legislative Assembly, was married this morning to Gustave Grenier, clerk of the Executive Council.

 

March 7, 1889

 

USSHER-JOHNSON - On March 5, at Christ Church, Brampton, by the Rev. J. F. Sweeney, D.D., of Toronto, assisted by the father of the bride, Edgworth Stanton Ussher, of the Bank of Hamilton, to Emma, second daughter of Rev. C. C. Johnson, rural dean.


HAW-CRAIG - In this city, on March 5, at the residence of the bride's father, 108 Florence street, by Rev. Mungo Fraser, Fred Haw, to Miss Louie Craig, all of this city.

 

BUCHANAN-BARKER - At Calvary Church, East Liberty, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., on March 5, by the rector, Rev. Mr. Vincent, Harris Buchanan, to Katharine Hallman Barker, daughter of the late George Barker.

 

March 8, 1889

 

WATT-ROSS - On Wednesday, March 6, at the residence of Mr. H. B. McKay, 25 Almira street, Rochester, N.Y., by Rev. J. W. J. Stewart, Mr. Alexander Watt, of Hamilton, to Miss Barbara Ross, of Rochester.

 

March 9, 1889

 

RIEGER-WILSON - On Thursday evening last, Miss Kate Wilson, of Ancaster, was joined in marriage to Thomas Rieger, an employee of B. Greening & Co's wire works, Hamilton. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's mother, and the officiating clergyman, Rev. R. Mclntyre, was assisted by Rev. R. Wilson, brother of the bride.

 

March 13, 1889

 

FOX-WEBSTER - At Christ Church, West Flamborough, on March 5, 1889, by the rector, Rev. William Bevan, George H. Fox, of Hamilton, to Margaret, daughter of the late Joseph Webster, Esq., of Ashburn Mills.

 

March 21, 1889

 

JONES-DAVIS - At the residence of the bride's father, on March 20, by the Rev. J. E. Dyer, Edith A., eldest daughter of William A. Davis, to Alva E. Jones, all of Saltfleet.

 

HUDSON-BURROWS - At the residence of the bride's father, St. Catharines, on March 20, by the Rev. Mr. Armitage, rector of St. Thomas Church, Ormsby Hudson, conductor G.T.R., to Maggie, daughter of Charles Burrows, of the "Journal".

 

April 4, 1889

 

STEWART-MCCAMIS - In this city, on April 2, at 236 Macnab street north, by the Rev. T. J. MacFaddin, Mary Jane McCamis, to Samuel Stewart, both of this city.


TAIT-LOTTRIDGE - On Wednesday evening, March 27, by the Rev. Thomas Stobbs, at Olive Hill, the residence of the bride's father, Mr. William Tait, to Mary Gertrude, youngest daughter of William Lottridge, Esq., of Barton.

 

April 8, 1889

 

HARVEY-MARSHALL - On April 3, by the Rev. Dr. Fraser, William M. Harvey, to Annie J., youngest daughter of Thomas Marshall, all of this city.

 

April 10, 1889

 

WILLIAMS-COWAN - On Monday, April 8, hy Rev. John W. Cooley, at the residence of Mr. M. Williams, 100 Hess street north, Mr. John Williams, to Miss Hanah Jane Cowan, daughter of Mr. Henry Cowan, of Ancaster.

 

TURNER-COOPER - On April 1, by Rev. Thomas Hobbs, W. J. Turner, to Alice M. Cooper, third daughter of J. H. Cooper, both of this city.

 

April 11, 1889

 

SEGUIN-WEBBER - At the residence of the bride's mother, 44 Maria street, on April 9, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, A. J. Seguin, to Ada Webber, both of Hamilton.

 

LANAWAY-ALLAN - At Hamilton, on April 10, by Rev. S. Lyle, B.D., Robert T. Lanaway, of West Flamborough, to Miss Agnes, youngest daughter of David Allan, of Winona.

 

April 13, 1889

 

CARVER-CLARK - On April 9, by the Rev. J. Mooney, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Robert Carver, to Miss Annie Clark, sister of Rev. George Clark of Milton, all of Wentworth county.

 

April 15, 1889

 

JOST-HOLMES In this city, on April 8, by the Rev. T. J. McFaddin, Henry Jost, to Sara, third daughter of the late Birrell Holmes, of Hamilton.

 

April 19, 1889

 

KINNINGTON-DRIVES - At the Hannah Street Methodist church, on April 17, by the Rev. E. J. Elliott, Arthur Kinnington, to Jennie, eldest daughter of Mr. Benjamin Drives, Brussels, Ontario.


April 24, 1889

 

FARMER-NASH - On April 22, at St. Paul's Church, Kenwood, Chicago, Ill., by the Rev. Charles H. Bixley, rector, Thomas Devey Jermyn Farmer, B.C.L., of Osgoode Hall, Toronto, barrister-at-law, to Annie Diana, only surviving daughter of the late Samuel Nash, Esq., of Hamilton.

 

April 26, 1889

 

HOLLAND-KILVERT - At St. Thomas Church, on April 25, by Rev. Canon Curran, M.A., George A. Holland, son of the late George B. Holland, Toronto, to Nannie Sophia, eldest daughter of F. E. Kilvert, Esq., collector of customs, Hamilton.

 

ROSS-OSBURN - On April 24, at the residence of the bride's father, 30 O'Reilly street, by the Rev. Mr. Boville, Lottie, eldest daughter of James and Elizabeth OsbOrn, to Jacob Ross, both of this city.

 

April 27, 1889

 

NEWBIGGING-SILVER - On April 26, at the bride's residence, 125 John street north, by the Rev. S. Lyle, B.D., R. P. Newbigging, to Annie A. Silver, all of this city.

 

DODSON-HENRY - On April 24, by the Rev. J. S. Ross, at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. J. Hooper, George Frederick Dodson, to Susan Henry, all of Hamilton.

 

April 29, 1889

 

BECKER-MCCREA - In Chicago, on April 28, by the Rev. F. Ignatius, Mr. J. R. Becker, of St. Louis, Mo, to Miss Cynthia McCrea, of Hamilton.

 

April 30, 1889

 

POWER-LIDDLE - At St. Mary's Cathedral, April 29, by the Rev. E. I. Heenan, vicar-general, Mr. Thomas Power, ----, to Miss Minnie Liddle, niece of ------. 6 Hughson street, Hamilton.

 

May 1, 1889

 

SCHUYLER-NEWELL - At the residence of the bride's father, East Flamborough, on April 24, by the Rev. Mr. Robertson, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Simpson, J. W. Schuyler, of Norfolk county, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Charles Newell.


May 3, 1889

 

DOYLE-CRAVEN On Tuesday, April 30 at St. Stephen's church, Cayuga, by Rev. Father Bardow, James Doyle, to Miss Theresa Craven, both of Cayuga.

 

BUNT-GEORGE - At the residence of Mr. H. M. Arthur, 81 Caroline street north, on May 1, by the Rev. Mr. Pickering, William Bunt, to Miss Minnie V. George, all of this city.

 

BOHM-MEWBURN - At Louisville, Kentucky, on May 1, at the residence of Alexander Barthill, Esq., uncle of the bride, by the Rev. Dr. Perkins, Dr. J. Bohm, of Montecello, Illinois, to Annie Chilton, daughter of F. C. Mewburn, M.D., of Toronto.

 

NUGENT-BURTCH - At the Gore Street Methodist parsonage, on May 2, by the Rev. J. Pickering, William Nugent, to Violet G. Burtch, both of this city.

 

WARD-HUGEL - (Toronto) Society circles were somewhat aroused this afternoon by the marriage of Eber Ward, son of Mrs. Alexander Cameron, and Miss Eugenia Hugel, of Port Hope. The ceremony was performed by the rector of St. George's, Rev. J. B. Cayley, at the house of Mr. Cameron on Carlton street. During the afternoon there was a reception of the elite of the city.

 

May 7, 1889

 

BELFORD-MACADAM - On April 22. 1889, at Pro-Cathedral, London, England, by Rev. Father Fanning, George Belford, to Stella M. MacAdam, daughter of Alexander H. MacAdam, formerly of this city.

 

May 10, 1889

 

DREW-MARTIN - On May 7, by the Rev. E. J. Maxwell, Charles Drew to Miss Emma Martin, daughter of John Martin, contractor, city.

 

WILLIAMS-JACKSON - At the residence of the bride's parents, 101 George street, on May 8, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, John Williams to Mary Ann, second daughter of Thomas C. Jackson, all of this city.

 

May 13, 1889

 

REID-FRENCH - On Wednesday, May 8, at the residence of the bride's father, 19 Augusta street, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, D.D., Robert Patterson Reid, of Huntsville, Ontario, to Nellie, eldest daughter of John George French, Esq., Hamilton.


BELL-HALL - At Hamilton, on May 10, 1889, by the Rev. Mungo Eraser, D.D., Thomas W. Bell, engineer, to Mary J. Hall, both of this city.

 

May 25, 1889

 

BAGWELL-STORROR - On May 23, by the Rev. A. J. Broughall, rector of St. Stephen's Church, Toronto, George M. Bagwell, to Kate, fifth daughter of the late William Storror, of Hamilton.

 

May 27, 1889

 

KAPPELE-HEYES - At 50 Bismarck avenue, Toronto, on Thursday, May 23, by the Rev. S. Kappele, father of the bridegroom, George Kappele, of Osgoode Hall, barrister-at-law, to Kate Reece, only surviving daughter of Mary Bessin Heyes, of Toronto

 

ROY-HARKNESS - On May 23, at the residence of the bride's mother 83 East avenue north, by the Rev. John McBeckan, of St. John's Presbyterian Church, Port Perry, Ontario, Mr. James Roy, to Miss Janet Harkness, daughter of the late Adam Harkness, both of the city of Hamilton.

 

May 29, 1889

 

SUTTON-OSBORNE - On May 23, at the residence of the bride's brother, 146 Robert street, Toronto, by the Rev. A. F. McGregor William Sutton, to Emma Osborne, both of Hamilton.

 

May 31, 1889

 

AMES-COX - (Toronto) Miss Minnie Cox, youngest daughter of George A. Cox, was married this evening to Alfred Ames, manager of the Ontario Bank at Lindsay. Prof. H. Wallace of Victoria College performed the ceremony.

 

WILSON-PATTERSON - On Tuesday, May 28, by Rev. Canon Sutherland, John H. Wilson, to Agnes M. Patterson, both of this city.

 

June 4, 1889

 

KERN-KITCHEN - On Wednesday, May 22, by Rev. C. Deacon, at the Methodist parsonage, Freelton, Mr. Alexander Kern, of Beverly, to Miss Alice Kitchen, of Puslinch.

 

June 6, 1889

 

ASTIN-MORLEY - On June 3, at All Saints Church, by Rev. G. Forneret, John J. Astin, of Kansas, formerly of Hamilton, to Mary, eldest daughter of John Morley, of this city.


PRENTICE-KILGOUR - At the residence of the bride's mother, 81 Catherine street south, on Wednesday, June 5, by Rev. Mungo Fraser, D.D., John Prentice, to Annie Mabel, only daughter of the late Robert Kilgour, merchant, of this city.

 

June 8, 1889

 

STUTT-WISHART - At Grace Church, West Flamborough, on Wednesday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Bevan, A. E. Stutt, M.D., to Louisa Wishart, second daughter of Kenneth Wishart, Esq., Flamborough.

 

June 13, 1889

 

WELLINGTON-GREENAWAY - On June 11, at the residence of the bride's brother, 170 Ferguson avenue, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, Alice, third daughter of the late Captain Thomas Greenaway, to Robert J. Wellington, both of this city.

 

CAMERON-WOOLLEY - In this city, on June 12, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Murray, B.A., B.P., William Cameron, to Mary E., daughter of William Woolley, Esq.

 

June 14, 1889

 

DRIVER-CULLY - On Tuesday, June 4, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Mr. James Livingston, East Flamborough, by the Rev. George Ferguson, Mr. William Driver, of the city of Hamilton, to Miss Maggie Cully, second daughter of Mr. Joseph Culley, Belfast, Ireland.

 

FRASER-THOMPSON - At Rose Terrace, 327 York street, June 12, by the Rev. W. J. Dey, Mr. W. Fraser, to Minnie J. Thompson, all of Hamilton.

 

ALEXANDER-EDGAR - On June 12, at the residence of the bride's father, 43 Victoria avenue south, by the Rev. John Morton, Ernest, fourth son of Andrew Alexander, Esq., to Jessie, youngest daughter of William Edgar, Esq., all of this city.

 

MOGG-ROBERTSON - On June 12, by Rev. Mr. Crewe, at the residence of the bride's stepfather, 77 John street north, Nellie, second daughter of the late Walter Robertson, of London, England, to George Mogg, of Toronto.

 

June 17, 1889

 

WHITE-MACDUFF - On June 13, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. W. A. Graham, John T. White, of Hamilton, to Flora, third daughter of Duncan MacDuff, of Markdale.


June 18, 1889

 

CLOWES-JINKS - At the resident of the bride's parents, 123 Queen street north, by the Rev. J. R. Ross, Miss Mary Jinks, to Vaniah E. Clowes, both of this city.

 

WILSON-COOK - At Prospect Place, mountain brow, Hamilton, on Monday June 17, 1889, by Rev. Dr. Fletcher, Lizzie, youngest daughter of the late Adam Cook, to Archdale McDonald Wilson, third son of the late Capt. Frederick Wilson, Royal Navy.

 

PALMER-WILSON - James Palmer, Newport N.J., attorney, was married yesterday afternoon to Miss Lizzie Wilson, youngest daughter of John Wilson. The wedding, which took place at the residence of the bride's father, 11 Bay street south, was a quiet one, the only guests being a few of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Laidlaw of St. Paul's Church.

 

June 19, 1889

 

GALLOWAY-TURNBULL - At 21 Charles street, on Tuesday, June 18, by Rev. Dr. Mungo Fraser, Alexander Galloway to Mrs. Bell Turnbull, all of Hamilton.

 

June 20, 1889

 

ROBERTS-MCKINDSEY - On June 19, At the residence of the bride's mother, 122 Market street, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Daniel H. C. Roberts, to Amy L., eldest daughter of the late John McKindsey, Esq., all of this city.

 

June 21, 1880

 

MELVIN-SANDERCOCK - At the parsonage, on June 19, by Rev. J. W. Cooley, George Callum Melvin, to Ella, second daughter of Thomas Sandercock.

 

MERRIGOLD-GUY - On June 19, by Rev. William Massey, M.A., St. Luke's, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Guy, Wellington street north, to Nathaniel Merrigold.

 

June 22, 1889

 

RYCKMAN-GERRIE - On June 20, at the residence of the bride's parents, Maple avenue, Dundas, by the Rev. Dr. Ryckman, of London, W. A. Ryckman, of East Flamborough, to Sarah J., eldest daughter of Mr. Alexander Gerrie.


CAMPBELL-BRAY - On Wednesday evening, June 19, 1889, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. R. H. Abraham, M.A., David Campbell, of Montrea], to Maggie, eldest adopted daughter of Mr. Frederick Bray, Burlington, Ontario.

 

MCEACHERON-HUNTER - At Albina, Oregon, U.S., on June 12, by the Rev. G. W. Bill, Malcolm McEacheron, of Albina, formerly of Hamilton, to Mary, second daughter of Robert Hunter, Ida street, East Hamilton.

 

June 27, 1889

 

THOMPSON-BRENNEN - In this city, at the residence of the bride's father, 192 Main street east, on Wednesday, June 26, by Rev. Thomas A. Wright, assisted by Rev. Joseph McCoy, Sarah, second daughter of M. Brennen, Esq., to Rev. J. Thompson, of Toronto.

 

SAYER-DRYLAND - At the residence of the bride's mother, 90 Hess street north, by Rev. R. G. Boville, C. R. Sayer, of Niagara Falls, N.Y., to Mary Emily (Minnie), second daughter of the late John Dryland.

 

TROTMAN-REID - In this city, on Wednesday, June 26, at the residence of the bride's father, 267 York street, by Rev. S. Lyle, B.D., William Trotman, to Lizzie, eldest daughter of Fletcher Reid, all of this city.

 

MACVICAR-MACNAB - (Montreal) This afternoon Rev. J. H. MacVicar, son of Rev. Dr. MacVicar, just ordained as a missionary to China, was married to Miss Bessie MacNab in the Crescent Street church by Rev. Dr. Mackay, assisted by the bridegroom's father.

 

June 28, 1889

 

CLARKE-RICHMOND - In this city, on June 26, at 177 Cannon street east, by the Rev. J. Pickering, George Clarke, to Emma, fourth daughter of George Richmond, all of this city.

 

COOMB-HANCOCK - On June 26, by the Rev. John Pickering, Alfred Coomb, to Janet, only daughter of Richard Hancock, both of this city.

 

June 29, 1889

 

GREIG-GRAHAM - On June 26, at the residence of the bride's mother, 276 Victoria avenue north, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, D.D., Isabella Graham, to John Greig, both of this city.


July 1, 1889

 

HEATH-EVANS - At the residence of the bride's mother, Burlington, on Wednesday, June 26, by Rev. John Wakefield, Maria L., youngest daughter of the late Thomas Evans, to Samuel J. Heath, of this city.

 

July 3, 1889

 

HAZEN-GRAHAM - At the Church of St. Matthew, on Monday, July 1, by Rev. Thomas Geoghagan, George Hazen, to Miss Minnie E. Graham.

 

LYONS-HENDERSON - An interesting event took place in St. James Church, Dundas, on the evening of June 25, when Albert Lyons of the York road was married to a popular young lady of Ancaster, Miss Mary Henderson, daughter of James Henderson. The bride's sister, Miss Margie Henderson of Jerseyville was bridesmaid while the bridegroom was assisted by bis brother, B. Lyons. At the conclusion of the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Mr. Irving, the guests who included only the near relatives of the contracting parties drove to Mr. Henderson's residence on the Hamilton road where they endeavoured to do justice to the sumptuous repast that awaited them...

 

RAFAEL-MADGETT - In this city, on June , by the Rev. Mr. Gooley, Henry Rafael, to Abbie, fourth daughter of --- Madgett, of this city

 

July 4, 1889

 

WHITELOCK-SALISBURY - In this city, on June 27, by Rev. John Pickering, Charles Whitelock, to Ruth, daughter of Mr. Benjamin Salisbury, all of Hamilton.

 

GREENFIELD-JAQUITTE - At the residence of the bride's mother, 44 Catherine street north, by the Rev.-------- , uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. J. Pickering, Joseph Greenfield, to Kate Jaquitte.

 

July 5, 1889

 

WILD-FLEMING - At Erie, Ontario, on Thursday, July 4, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Dr. Wild, assisted by Rev. John Wells, Mount C. Wild, druggist of this city, and youngest son of Rev. Dr. Wild, to Miss Maggie Fleming, youngest daughter of Mr. Henry Fleming.

 

July 8, 1889

 

GONDER-CROOKER - On June 17, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. S. McMorine, Clara, only daughter of J. C. Crooker, to Mr. A. W. Gonder, all of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba.


July 11, 1889

 

SCOTT-MCLELLAN - On July 7, at the residence of W. B. Smith, Toronto, by the Rev. Dr. Fletcher, of Hamilton, Rev. John Scott, D.D., of Port Elgin, Ontario, to E. G. McLellan, relict of the late Donald McLellan, of Hamilton, Ontario.

 

July 16, 1889

 

DUNCAN-RICHARDSON - On June 22, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, by Rev. Arthur Fairbanks. Robert Duncan, of Hamilton, Canada, to Charlotte May (Lottie), youngest daughter of the late Richard Richardson of Prestwick Park, Lancashire.

 

July 18, 1889

 

BOOTH-BROWN - At the residence of the bride's parents, Vauxhall Gardens, Hamilton, on Wednesday, July 17, by Rev. D. Tait, B.D., of Berlin, Rev. George Booth, Ph.D., of Erie, Pa., to Frances Ada, eldest daughter of James Brown.

 

LEITCH-MOORE - On Wednesday, July 17, 1889, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, D.D., Andrew Leitch, manufacturer, to Aggie, eldest daughter of the late William Moore.

 

July 23, 1889

 

WILSON-EVANS On July 16, at the parsonage, Emerald street, by the Rev. Mr. Dean, Robert G. Wilson, to Lizzie Evans, daughter of ex-Alderman T. Evans.

 

July 25, 1889

 

DOLMAN-SHIRE - (Kincardine) In Armow, June 12, 1889, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shire, by the Rev. Mr. McFadyen, of Trenton, Donald Dolman, of Hamilton, to Miss Sarah A. Shire. The ceremony over, about a hundred relatives and friends sat down to a fine repast and all enjoyed themselves heartily. The bride was the recipient of many costly and appropriate present. The happy couple are now located in Hamilton.

 

July 26, 1889

 

MCGILLIVARY-O'DELL - At the residence of the bride's father, E. W. O'Dell, 84 Wellington street south, by the Rev. Canon Curran, Millicent A. O'Dell, to Albert E. McGillivary.


July 29, 1889

 

BUCHANAN-GREYSON - On July 25, at East Liberty, Pittsburgh, Penn., by the Rev. George Nodges, rector of Calvary church, Douglas Buchanan, youngest son of the late Hon. Isaac Buchanan, to Sarah Eleanor Greyson, youngest daughter of John Greyson, Esq., West Alder street, East Liberty.

 

July 30, 1889

 

KIDD-HYDE - (Toronto) A marriage of a very unusual character was celebrated at the police station this afternoon. John Kidd, a widower, aged twenty-nine, had been charged with the seduction of Sarah Ann Hyde, aged twenty-three, and his case coming on for trial, he offered to dispose of the matter by marrying the girl. The girl was willing and the case was immediately stopped, a licence was-purchased from Ald. Boustead, and Rev. Mr. Briggs of the Methodist Book Room was sent for. The ceremony was then carried out in due form.

 

July 31, 1889

 

ROBERTS-GAGE - On July 30, 1889, at St. Mary's church, Bartonville, by the Rev. F. E. Howitt, Minnie, youngest daughter of the late Peter Gage, to Maurice T. Roberts, of this city.

 

August 5, 1889

 

FOX-MURRAY - On July 31, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, D.D., Jeanie R. Murray, eldest daughter of the late William Murray, of Coalteridge, Glasgow, Scotland, to Thomas R. Fox, of this city.

 

August 7, 1889

 

MAYHEW-RANDALL - W. Edward Mayhew, of the well known drygoods firm of W. E. Mayhew & Co., was married yesterday afternoon to Miss Isabella Randall, daughter of J. Y. Randall. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's father, 70 Stinson street, in the presence of a few friends. Rev. S. Lyle of the Central Presbyterian church performed the ceremony...

 

August 8, 1889

 

BALDWIN-KILVERT - Yesterday Miss Fannie Kilvert, second daughter of F. E. Kilvert, collector of customs, was married in St. Thomas church to David C. Baldwin of Toronto.


August 14, 1889

 

LAURIE-MCLEOD - The Woodstock "Sentinel Review" has the following: "Miss Bessie McLeod, daughter of John McLeod, Governor's Road, was married this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the homestead of John Laurie of Hamilton. The knot was tied by the Rev. T. E. Trotter, Miss Elsie McLeod, sister of the bride, and T. Wood of Hamilton, acting as bridemaid and best man respectively. Both bride and bridesmaids were attired in becoming cream-coloured costumes. Mr. Laurie and his bride go to Montreal to spend their honeymoon. The young couple are both well known in this city and the young lady's friends will be delighted to hear that Mr. Laurie has persuaded her to become a Hamiltonian.

 

August 16, 1889

 

BAKER-KNOTT - On Wednesday, August 14, at the residence of the bride's mother, 18 East Barton street, by the Rev. Thomas Kerruish, Ralph B. Baker, to Sarah Knott, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Knott.

 

August 17, 1889

 

ANDERSON-FAIRBANK - On Thursday, August 15, at the residence of the bride's mother, York street, by Rev. George Forneret, John L. Anderson, to Harriet Fairbank, youngest daughter of the late Henry Fairbank.

 

ROGER-FAVEL - (Tillsonburg "Liberal") J. W. Rogers, editor of the Jarvis "Record", called on the "Liberal" prior to his going to Guysboro where he was married to Miss Eliza Favel, niece of Robert Garnham, yesterday afternoon. Mr. Rogers was in good spirits and impressed our staff with the idea that a newspaper man, when called upon to do so, can face a trying ordeal as bravely as the ordinary mortal. The wedding took place in the Methodist church at 6 p.m. There was a large attendance of friends.

 

August 20, 1889

 

VERRAL-LOGAN - (Toronto) On Tuesday, August 13th, at the residence of the bride's mother, 103 Dundas street, J. E. Verral, late of Hamilton, was united in marriage to Miss Rose Logan, daughter of the late William Logan, of Toronto. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Strange.

 

August 23, 1889

 

MCANDREWS-CARTER - On Wednesday, August 21, by Rev. --------, at the residence of the bride's father, James McAndrews, to Alice, eldest daughter of Thomas Carter, Barton.


August 24, 1889

 

FLETT-HAMILTON - On August , at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, John A. Flett, to Annie Hamilton, daughter of Capt. Hamilton, all of this city.

 

August 26, 1889

 

CLARKE-FRALICK - F. H. Clarke, the well known elocutionist, has been married to Miss Annie Fralick of Kingston, a leading soprano in one of the churches in Rochester. The young couple are in the city for a few days.

 

August 28, 1889

 

STEPHENSON-ARTHUR - On August 26, at the residence of the bride' father, 16 Elgin street, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Hugh H. Stephenson, to Annie F., youngest daughter of Mr. S. Arthur, all of Hamilton.

 

August 31, 1889

 

THOMPSON-MELLER - On August 29, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. G. A. Mitchell, B.A., assisted by the Rev. George Finkheiner, Mr. Majur C. Thompson, to Mollie, daughter of Mr. John Meiler, of 115 Florence street.

 

September 6, 1889

 

EAGER-ELLIS - On Thursday, September 5, at 162 Hannah street west, by the Rev. Thomas Goldsmith, of Toronto, Harry T. Eager, to Nannie A., only daughter of Mr. D. G. Ellis, all of Hamilton

 

September 7, 1889

 

MONTGOMERY-SCOTT - On September 4, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. E. P. Crawford, William O. Montgomery, of Sprague, Washington Territory, to Isabel, third daughter of Mr. William Scott, of this city.

 

September 11, 1889

 

SOUTER-MURRAY - At New York, on September 9, by the Rev. Dr. S, M. Hamilton, A. M. Souter, of Hamilton, to Maggie, eldest daughter of John Murray, Esq., Creiff, Perthsire, Scotland.


September 12, 1889

 

ALLAN-FLEMING - At Hamilton, on September 11, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, B.D., James G. Allan, to Margaret, daughter of the late John Fleming, M.P.P., of Galt.

 

September 14, 1889

 

MADILL-MACLEAN - In St. Mary's, Ontario, on September 12, by the Rev. J. A. Turnbull, B.A., L.L.D., Mr. John Madill, of Hamilton, to Miss Nellie Maclean, daughter of Mr. John Maclean, druggist of St. Mary's.

 

WATSON-EDGAR - At Little Rideau, Ontario, September 10, Marion (Maude) Edgar of Hamilton, to John R. Watson, merchant, Little Rideau.

 

September 16, 1889

 

HANLON-MERRITT - On September 4, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father McEvoy, George Hanlon, to Lottie Merritt, both of this city.

 

September 20, 1889

 

DAVIDSON-DAVIDSON - On Wednesday, September 18, at the residence of the bride's father, West avenue, by the Rev. Dr. Fletcher, John Davidson, son of Charles Davidson, Esq., Sunnyside, Guelph, to Grace, eldest daughter of Alexander Davidson of Hamilton.

 

FIELDING-PEARSE - At the residence of the bride's father, 80 Wellington street north, by the Rev. Mr. -----, J. M. Fielding to Frances, only daughter of J. Pearse

 

TIDSWELL-YOUNG - On September 19, at All Saints Church, by the Rev. George Forneret, William O. Tidswell, son of William Tidswell, Esq, Tynemouth, Cumberland, England, to Kate Ethel, elder daughter of the late John B. Young.

 

LAIRD-DAFOE - The nuptials of Harry W. Laird of the Port Huron "Times" and Miss Lillian Blanche Dafoe constituted one of the most fashionable weddings that have taken place in Port Huron in recent times. The ceremony was celebrated in the Methodist church which was filled with spectators and invited guests. Rev. W.R. Laird of this city, father of the bridegroom, assisted by the pastor of the church, Rev. Mr. Baker, performed the marriage rite...


September 23, 1889

 

CULP-CLINE - On September 18, at the residence of the bride's father, 171 Emerald street north, by the Rev. J. Murray, Andrew Culp, of Beamsville, to Ruth E. Cline, daughter of Mr. Thomas Cline of Hamilton.

 

BLOOMER-BELAN - On Wednesday, September 18, at the residence of the bride's father, 195 Caroline street south, by the Rev. J. Finkheimer, assisted by the Rev. A. Speis, R. T. Bloomer, of Toronto, to Emma Margarette, daughter of A. Belan, Esq., of Hamilton.

 

September 26, 1889

 

CHERRIER-SULLIVAN - On Tuesday morning, September 24, at 8 o'clock, in St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. F. P. McEvoy, Flavien L. Cherrier, to Theresa Josephine, daughter of the late John Sullivan.

 

September 27, 1889

 

KELLAND-KNETECH - At the residence of the bride's parents, Cannon street east, on September 25, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, D.D., John Kelland, to Hannah, daughter of Augustus Knetech, all of this city.

 

September 30, 1889

 

MEDLER - OTWAY-PAGE - On September 16, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Robert Burns, Ph.B., John G. Medle school teacher of Tweedside, to Ada, eldest daughter of Thomas Otway-Page, B.A., headmaster of Waterdown High School.

 

October 1, 1889

 

WELSH-ELLARD - At the house of the bridegroom's father, East Seneca, on September 25, by the Rev. J. Westland Penman, Mr. Thomas Welsh, of the police force, to Miss Sophia Ellard, both of Toronto.

 

POLLARD-POTTER - At Erskine church, on September 11, by the Rev J. Murray, pastor of Wentworth Street Church, H. O. Pollard, to Bessie Potter, all of this city.

 

GOSNELL-WALKER - At St. Thomas church, on September 30, by the Rev. Canon Curran, Maud Alexandrina, daughter of the late Robert Walker, of this city, to T. S. Gosnell, of the Inland Revenue Department, Winnipeg.


October 2, 1889

 

ARNOLD-CHAPPLE - On Thursday evening, September 26, 1889, by the Rev. Thomas Stobbs, John Arnold, to Elizabeth Y., youngest daughter of the late James and Sarah Chapple, both of Barton.

 

JOHNSTON-BURKE - Captain T. Johnston, a popular member of the Hamilton force, was married yesterday morning at Tottenham to Miss Katie Burke, daughter of Arthur Burke, who formerly kept the Simcoe House here. The bridesmaid was Miss Maggie Gibson. Constable J. J. Ford was best man.

 

WILLIAMS-CAMPBELL - In this city, on September 16, by the Rev. R. J. Elliott, J. H. Williams, to Mary Belle, youngest daughter of Mr. Robert Campbell, all of Hamilton.

 

October 4, 1889

 

MCCLENAHAN-HALL - On October 2, at the residence of the bride's mother, Locke street north, by the Rev. W. J. Dey, Robert McClenahan, to Mary J., third daughter of the late George Hall. No cards.

 

MCMANUS-ROBERTS - On October 3, 1889, at All Saints Church, Hamilton, by the Rev. George A. Forneret, O. S. McManus, of St. Catharines, to M. L. Roberts, of this city.

 

October 5, 1889

 

DICK-ELLIS - At All Saints Church, on October 3, by the Rev. George A. Forneret, William G. Dick, of London, formerly of this city, to Mary E. Ellis, eldest daughter of George Ellis.

 

October 8, 1889

 

DAWSON-BEDELL - On September 28, Meredith Dawson, to Annie Bedell, both of Hamilton.

 

October 9, 1889

 

MCPHERSON-HIGGINS - At St. Mary's Church, Toronto, on October 8 by the Very Rev. Vicar-General Rooney, George Gordon McPherson of Hamilton, to Elizabeth Higgins, daughter of W. H. Higgins, Esq., of Toronto.

 

GILMOUR-EDGAR - (Toronto) Dr. J. T. Gilmour, M.P.P. for West York, was married to Miss Maggie Edgar, daughter of the late John Edgar, of Toronto, at West Toronto Junction, yesterday morning.


October 10, 1889

 

CARDWELL-STACY - At Toronto, on October 7, by the Rev. I. Bishop, William Henry Gardwell, of Toronto, to Elizabeth Jane Stacy, of Hamilton.

 

BALE-MURRAY - In Montreal, October 9, by the Rev. Robert Campbell, D.D., St. Gabriel Church, Mr. Charles Bale to Miss Phemie Murray, late of Hamilton.

 

October 16, 1889

 

LANGMUIR-INCE - (Toronto) There was a very fashionable wedding to-day at Holy Trinity church, the contracting parties being Miss Maggie Ince, daughter of William Ince, late president of the Board of Trade, and Archibald D. Langmuir, second son of J. W. Langmuir, manager of the Toronto General Trusts Co.

 

October 17, 1889

 

BENTLEY-EVES - By the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, on October 15, 1889, James Aaron Bentley, of James street north, to Miss Ella Maria Eves, daughter of the late John Eves, Esq., of Surbiton, Surrey, England.

 

MCCARTHY-BOWELL (Belleville) Miss Evelyn M. Bowel1, youngest daughter of the Minister of Customs, was married this afternoon to George W. McCarthy, of Cleveland, Ohio.

 

FILGIANO-MCCARTER - At St. Patrick's Church, by Rev. Chancellor Craven, D. E. J. Filgiano, P.O. department, son of the late Dr. Theo LeP. Filgiano, to Alice M., daughter of the late Arthur McCarter, Esq., of Nelson.

 

October 18, 1889

 

CHISHOLM-STEWART - On Thursday evening, October 17, at the residence of the bride's parents, No 237 Main street east, Hamilton, by the Rev. R. J. Laidlaw, D.D., James Chisholm, barrister of this city, to Annie M., eldest daughter of William Stewart, Esq., architect.

 

October 22, 1889

 

PATTERSON-ATKINSON - On October 21, at the Church of the Ascension, by the Rev. E. P. Crawford, Harry C. Patterson, of London, to Margaret E. Atkinson, niece of John T. Atkinson, of Hamilton.

 

SHERMAN-ELIGH - At All Saints Church, Hamilton, October 19, by the Rev. Rural Dean Forneret, M.A., James Sherman, to -------, daughter of the late Philip Eligh, and grand-daughter of the late Edward Howard.

 


October 24, 1889

 

THOMSON-BUNBURY - At the Church of the Ascension, on Wednesday, October 23, 1889, by the Rev. E. P. Crawford, George Cory Thomson, of Osgoode Hall, barrister-at-law, to Mona, daughter of H. T. Bunbury, Esq., all of Hamilton.

 

GURNETT-SILVERTHORNE - At St. John's Church, Ancaster, on Wednesday, October 23, by the Rev. R. Clark, M.a., James C, youngest son of L. A. Gurnett, Esq., to Virginia Gladys, youngest daughter of Alanson Silverthorne, Esq., of San Diego, California.

 

October 25, 1889

 

WATSON-TAYLOR - In this city, on October 23, by the Rev. J. M. Ross, M.A., John Watson, of Winnipeg, to Connie, third daughter of John Taylor, Ancaster.

 

FLETCHER-POTTRUFF - At the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. R. J. Bell, assisted by Rev. J. Fallas, Joseph I. Fletcher, Binbrook, to Ruth J. Pottruff, second daughter of Andrew Pottruff, Saltfleet.

 

October 26, 1889

 

SPACKMAN-ALEXANDER - At the residence of the bride's parents. 71 Queen street north, Wednesday, October 23, by the Rev. W. J. Dey, G. Walter Spackman, druggist, to Sophie, daughter of James Alexander, Esq., all of this city.

 

October 28, 1889

 

SEXTON-WEBB - On Wednesday, October 23, at the residence of the bride's father, Jerseyville, by Rev. A. L. Gee, Mr. William Shepherd Sexton, only son of William Sexton, Esq., ex-M.P.P., to Hailie B., only daughter of William D. Webb, Esq., deputy reeve, Ancaster.

 

October 30, 1889

 

WILLIAMS-HOWARD - (Toronto) There was a very fashionable wedding at St. James Cathedral, and the church was crowded to the doors, hundreds who would have entered being unable to do so. The bride was Miss Mabel Howard and the groom, Bruce Williams, of England. The ceremony was performed by Canon Dumoulin.


October 31, 1889

 

WATSON-CALDWELL - On October 30, by Rev. G. W. Dean, at the residence of the bride's mother, 354 Cannon street east, Miss Ida May Caldwell, daughter of the late Thomas Caldwell, of Dundas, to Thomas J. Watson, of the Hamilton police.

 

COOK-BAILEY - In this city, on Tuesday, October 29, by the Rev. G. A. Mitchell, B.A., Mr. John Cook, to Hattie, eldest daughter of the late Henry Bailey, of Toronto.

 

November 1, 1889

 

STEWART-DAVIDSON - On October 30, at Inverigie, the residence of the bride's brother-in-law, Mr. William Gibson, contractor, Beamsville, by the Rev. Dr. Laidlaw, of Hamilton, and Rev. Dr. Madntyre, of Beamsville, David C. Stewart, of Buffalo, son of Rev. Mr. Stewart, of Peterhead, Scotland, to Mary O. Davidson, of Hamilton.

 

November 6, 1889

 

COPPER-SMITH - On November 2, at the residence of the bride's father, Buffalo, N.Y., Hugh Copper, Detroit, Michigan, to Hattie H., only daughter of James C. Smith, formerly of this city.

 

November 8, 1889

 

RUSSELL-WURST - In this city, on Thursday evening, November 7, at the German Lutheran church, by Rev. Emil Boffman, Mr. A. G. Russell, jeweller, to Miss Louise Wurst, all of this city.

 

MCCONNELL-INKSON - At London, Ontario, on November 6, James S. McDonnell, to Mary Inkson, of Hamilton.

 

November 14, 1889

 

MCCUTCHEON-SCOTT - At Rose Cottage, the residence of the bride's parents, Hannah street west, this city, on November 13, by the Rev. Samuel Lyle, D.D., Mr. D. McCutcheon, Toronto, to Miss Allie Scott.

 

GILES-WILSON - Last night, Stephen W. Giles, of the firm of W. P. Giles & Co., was married to Miss Edith Wilson. Rev. George Forneret performed the ceremony. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's mother, 81 Main street west, and was attended by a number of relatives and friends of the contracting parties.


November 15, 1889

 

BOWMAN-COPPLEY - On Wednesday, November 13, at the residence of the bride's mother, 126 Victoria avenue north, by Rev. W. J. Maxwell, John Watkins Bowman, son of Mr. Adam Bowman, to Bessie Albie, daughter of Mr. George Hobson Coppley

 

BOWMAN-WALKER - At All Saints Church, on Thursday, November 14, by Rev. George Forneret, Herbert J. Bowman, G.E., of Berlin, to Edith, youngest daughter of Alfred E. Walker, Esq., of Hamilton.

 

HOURIGAN-MCLELLAN - (Dundas) At 9 o'clock this morning St. Augustine's church was nearly filled with ladies who were there to witness the marriage of Joseph Hourigan to Miss Ellen McLellan, daughter of James McLellan of Market street. The ceremony was performed by Vicar-General Heenan and Rev. Father Maddigan. Miss Annie Hourigan, niece of the groom, acted as bridesmaid. The groom was assisted by John Duncan.

 

November 21, 1889

 

MCLELLAND-LAWRY - At Holy Trinity Church, mountain top, by Rev. Mr. Lee, Annie T. Lawry, daughter of the late Henry Lawry, to William McLelland, of this city.

 

HUSBAND-BIRELY - At the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. S. F. Birely, corner of Main and Emerald streets, Dr. T. H. Husband, to Lillie M., only daughter of the late N. F. Birely, Esq.

 

November 22, 1889

 

BLAKELY-LEES - At Chicago, on Thursday, November 14, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. W. W. Wilson, rector of St. Mark's church, Mr. John Blakely, of Hamilton, to Miss Annie Lees, eldest daughter of Mr. George Lees, of Chicago.

 

November 25, 1889

 

MARSDEN-NEWBIGGING - On Saturday evening Thomas Marsden of Chicago exemplied one phase of annexation by being married to Miss Nellie Newbigging at the residence of her parents, Cherry street south. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Samuel Lyle, B.D., the contracting parties being assisted by Mary and Robert, sister and brother of the bride. The young couple will start for Chicago this morning carrying with them the best wishes of many friends and also not a few substantial tokens of their esteem.


November 26, 1889

 

DELORME-MURPHY - At St. Mary's Cathedral, November 25, by Rev. Father Henchy, Mr. Joseph DeLorme, to Miss Mary Murphy, both of this city.

 

November 29, 1889

 

PATTERSON-LOTTRIDGE - On Wednesday, November 27, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Murray, William K. Patterson, of Hamilton, son of Ald. Patterson, to Lizzie Edith, youngest daughter of William H. Lottridge, Barton street east.

 

RUSSELL-RYMAL - At the family residence, Waterdown, on Wednesday, November 27. by the Rev. R. Burns, Charles Russell of Hamilton, to Delia, daughter of George Rymal, Esq.

 

HODGSON-WHITE - (Montreal) Miss Jean Mclntyre White, daughter of Richard White, of the Montreal "Gazette", was married to Charles J. Hodgson, son of Jonathan Hodgson, the ceremony being performed by the Dean of Montreal. The marriage was private, none but members of the two families being invited.

 

November 30, 1889

 

REID-HENDERSON - In this city, on June 20, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Peter Reid, to Miss Maggie Henderson, all of this city.

 

December 4, 1889

 

CHESNUT-TENEYCK - at the residence of the bride's father, on Monday, December 2, by the Rev. J. Pickering, Alfred E. Chesnut, of Confederation Life, Toronto, to Agnes Beatrice (Pet), only daughter of Martin TenEyck, Esq.

 

December 6, 1889

 

PARKHILL-HARRIS - At St. Thomas church, on Wednesday December 4, by the Rev. Canon Curran, Andrew Parkhill, to Wilhelmina, youngest daughter of John M. B. Harris, all of this city.

 

BRADT-COREY - By Rev. E. Lounsbury, on December 5, at the residence of the bride's father, Burlington Beach, George W. Bradt, to Minnie Rubina, youngest daughter of F. N. Corey, all of Burlington Beach.


December 7, 1889

 

LAWRENCE-JAGGER - At the residence of John Lawrence, Esq., Caledonia, on December 2, William Lawrence, of the post office, Hamilton, to Maggie A. Jagger, of Hamilton. No cards.

 

December 12, 1889

 

HERRING-LANGS - (Simcoe) A very pleasant event occurred last Wednesday at the residence of John W. Langs, Rosedale Farm, Windham, it being the marriage of his daughter, Clara Louise, to John H. Herring, of Hamilton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Rural Dean Gemley of this town in the presence of a large assemblage, among whom were representatives of Brantford, Woodstock, London, Hamilton, Port Dover, Paris, Waterford, and Simcoe. Miss May Mills of Hamilton was the bridesmaid, and Jeff D. Langs, brother of the bride, assisted the groom. The presents to the bride were unusually numerous and costly, In the evening a dancing party was given at the residence of Dr. Bolby, the music being furnished by the Harper's Band, of London. A most enjoyable evening was passed, all joining in wishing the newly married pair long life and happiness.

 

December 13, 1889

 

GUY-MCCURDY - At 28 Wellington street north, on December 11, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, Annie, daughter of Mr. William McCurdy, to John Guy, all of this city.

 

VOGT-VASSIE - At Dunnellon, Florida, on Thursday, November 12, John W. Vogt, to Maggie, second daughter of William Vassie, Esq.

 

WALKER-OSBORNE - David Walker, ex-alderman of Toronto, was married yesterday afternoon to Miss Osborne, eldest daughter of the late James Osborne. The wedding was a quiet one and took place at the residence of the bride's mother, 36 Herkimer street, in the presence of the relatives of the contracting parties. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Fletcher of the Macnab street Presbyterian church.

 

December 14, 1889

 

WALKER-OSBORNE - At the residence of the bride's mother, 36 Herkimer street, on December 12, by Rev. D. H. Fletcher, David Walker, of Toronto, to Agnes Murray, eldest daughter of the late James Osborne.

 

GROVES-CROWTHER - In this city, on December 12, by the Rev. Mungo Fraser, James Groves, to Martha Crowther, both of Hamilton.


December 19, 1889

 

BAILEY-HARRIS - On Wednesday, December 18, at Christ Church Cathedral, by the Right Rev. Bishop of Niagara, assisted by Revs. Dean Geddes and E. M. Bland, Ernest W. K. Bailey, second son of the Rev. M. R. Bailey, of Brownwood Park, Highbury, England, formerly of Yokohama, Japan, to Louise, third daughter of the late John W. Harris.

 

PYE-IBBOTSON - In this city, on December 16, by the Rev. G. A. Forneret, Robert Pye, of St. Catharines, to Elizabeth, daughter of William Ibbotson, Esq., this city.

 

RALSTON-ALLAN - At Toronto, Ontario, December 18, at the residence of the bride's father, 200 Spadina avenue, by the Rev. W. J. Maxwell, of Hamilton, assisted by the Rev. James Wallace, of Toronto, Albert J. Ralston, to Jessiman Gordez, daughter of F. C. Allan, merchant, Toronto, Ontario.

 

COPP-HALES - At Morris, Illinois, on Wednesday, December 18, by the Rev. John J. Irving, William J. Copp, of this city, to Fannie A. Crighton, youngest daughter of the late L. Hales, M.D. No cards.

 

CUNNINGHAM-DECATUR - At the residence of the bride's father, James K. Decatur, Orangeville, on December 18, by the Rev. John Neil, Toronto, assisted by the Rev. D. C. Hossack, Orangeville,. William J. Cunningham, of Hamilton, to Miss Sadie H. Decatur, of Orangeville.

 

December 20, 1889

 

EAGER-MAGEE - At Detroit, Michigan, on December 16, by the Rev. Matthew Hawks, J. Hudson Eager, formerly of Hamilton, to Lizzie M. Magee, of Detroit.

 

December 25, 1889

 

DUNN-BAYNE - On Thursday, December 12, at the residence of the bride's father, 39 Queen street north, by Rev. Dr.------. Charles M. Dunn to Ellen, second daughter of Peter Bayne, Esq.

 

KIDD-WISE - In this city, on Tuesday, December 24, at the parsonage, by the Rev. J. Pickering, Charles Kidd, to ---- Wise, all of this city.

 

LAMPMAN-MORRIS - Fairview, the beautiful residence of John Morris, Hatchley, was the scene of a very pleasant and happy event on Wednesday, December 18, the marriage of his daughter, Miss Addie Morris to J. E. Lampman, of Deloraine, Manitoba... The ceremony was performed by Rev. James Webb, pastor of the Congregational Church, New Durham.


The choir of New Durham, of which the bride was a leading member, was present and sang a wedding hymn. After the knot was tied and congratulations offered, the guests who numbered about seventy, sat down to a sumptuous repast, the two large tables being very handsomely decorated...

 

December 26, 1889

 

MUSGROVE-MATHEWS - In Denver, Colorado, at the residence of F. J. Vanstone, brother-in-law of the bride, on December 23, by Rev. J. T. Musgrove, brother of the groom, C. F. Musgrove, to Belle, fourth daughter of James Mathews, Esq., of this city.