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In Chicago, Ill., January 5, at the residence of the bride
by the Rev. J.A.Caldwell
Mr. Harry B. Moore, formerly of Brooklyn to
Miss Helen S. Osborne
February 15, 1889
BRADLEY---FAULKNER …On Thursday evening, Feb. 14, by the Rev. Geo. E.
REED, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Jessie, daughter of F.G.
FAULKNER to Mr. Wm. H. BRADLEY.
March 14, 1889
PALMER / JACOBUS -
In Brooklyn, on Tuesday, March 12, at the residence
of the bride’s parents, by the Rev. Theodore L. Cuyler, D.D.,
James R.PALMER of Lakewood NJ to
M. Ida, youngest daughter of Lyman A, JACOBUS.
8 May 1889
On Tuesday, May 7, at the residence of the bride's
parents, No. 343 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, by the Rev. C.W. Homer, D.D.,
Annie Gates, daughter of James A. BABCOCK, to Frederick C. TRUSLOW, of Brooklyn.
Wed., 22 May 1889
HARPER....BEECHER....At the Church of the Heavenly Rest, May 21, by
the rector, the Rev. D. Parker Morgan, and the Rev. Charles H. Hall,
D.D. , rector of Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, WILLIAM ARMITAGE HARPER
and KATE EUNICE, daughter of HENRY BARTON BEECHER.
On Tuesday, July 2, at the residence of the bride's parents.
Eva B. daughter of Thomas W Wood, to
George L. Spaulding, by the Rev, Stephen Merritt, of New York.
Tuesday, June 4
Married, on the evening of June the 3d,
at the residence of the bride's parents, 83 Lee Avenue,
by the Rev. Dr. Almon Gunnison, pastor of All Souls' Church,
Mr. William Cullen Bryant, business manager of the Brooklyn Times,
to Miss Mary Whiting Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Bernard Peters.
Wednesday June 5
June 1, 1889, by the Rev. Samuel McBride, D. D.,
George L.Carll to Harriet A. Peebles, both of Brooklyn
Friday, June 8
On Thursday, June 6, at the residence of the bride's
parents, 310 Carlton ave., Broooklyn, N.Y., by the Rev. T. B. McLeod, Mary
Hartwell, only daughter of John N. Bonesteel, to Fletcher Haight Knight, of
San Francisco, California.
On Wednesday evening, June 5, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Brooklyn, N.Y., by the Rev. James Roberts, Katie B.
Gardner, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner, to Harry
Crossingham, of Brooklyn, N.Y. Buffalo papers please copy.
June 20, 1889
Marriage Reported in Bklyn To-Day:
"Love Is Life's End; an End but Never Ending."
One of the prettiest of home weddings occurred last night when Miss Ida
A., the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lang, was married to
Andrew Lemon at the residence of the bride's parents, 826 Lexington avenue.
The bridal procession formed at 9 o'clock, when the bride, leaning on the
arm of her father, and preceded by the ushers of the evening, John SAUNDERS,
of New York, and William LANG, Jr., a brother of the bride, and followed by
the bridesmaids, Miss Tessie THORN and Miss Mary LANG, and the groom's best
man, Peter B. SWEENEY, the bride's mother and a few immediate relatives,
descended to the parlor to the strains of the wedding march, and stood in a
semicircle around the minister.
The bride and groom stood immediately beneath the chandelier as they
plighted their troth, which made them man and wife. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. J. M. WAGNER, of the Lutheran Church, and after the
congratulations the party repaired to the dining room to partake of the
spread prepared by Caterer W. H. WEEKS, while others betook themselves to
the grounds where, to the music of FRANK's Orchestra, the merry-making,
following the happy event, was kept up to a late hour. The bride is
well-known as one of the belles of the Twenty-fifth ward, and Mr. LEMON, who
is a prominent member of Architect Lodge, F. and A. M., is also a
successful and promising young lawyer of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Lemon
contemplate a wedding trip in a few days, when they will go to different
parts of the States, to the great lakes and through Canada, and returning,
will settle down in New York City.
There were many beautiful and costly presents.
Following are the names of some of those present outside of the immediate
Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. MUNRO, New York
Miss Jennie HALLIS, New York
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas CAMPBELL, New York
Mr. and Mrs. Frank LA PIERRE,New York
Edward N. KAPATRICK, New York
Atie CANTOR, New York
Charles F. ALIESKY, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin HUGHES
Mr. and Mrs.William H. HOLLMAN
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. SPRINGSTEEN
Mr. and Mrs. Frank SCHMIDT
Miss Libbie and Miss Millie TERRY
Rufus L. SCOTT
Mrs. ASTON, New York
A. E. HOWDLETT
Mr. and Mrs. Robert BUSS
Mr. William CHASE and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. NEEDHAM and Miss Nellie NEEDHAM, New York
Mr.and Mrs. Harry EDGECOMB, New York
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel MACMILLAN, New York
Mr. and Mrs. Jean WESTERN, New York
J. Ridgeway TIERS, New York
Frank MORSE, New York
Samuel S. PELL
B. J. SWEENEY
Mrs. J. TURNER
the Misses B. And C. LOHR
Mr. and Mrs. A. THORN
Miss Carrie WIEBE
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. HOLMAN
Mr. and Mrs. ROBOISKY
Miss Emma ROBOISKY
Mr. and Mrs. S. Q. LAWSON
Mr. and Mrs. John GARDNER, New York
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MARTIN
Mr. and Mrs. F. KOCH
Mr. and Mrs. B. HUGHES
Mr. and Mrs. William BALKE
Miss Carrie DIEL
Mr. and Mrs.A. P. LYNN
Mr. and Mrs. A. LUDWIG
Mr. and Mrs. F. BEINHONER
Mr. and Mrs. O. SCHAFFNER
Mrs. Mary MARSH
Mr. BISHOP and Miss E. HALL.
WALKER-HOPIN. June 29th at St Stephen's Church,
Providence R.I., by the Rev. George McC. Fiske,
D.D., assisted by the Rev. Dr. Henshaw, John Tempest
WALKER, Jr., of Brooklyn, to Elizabeth Lewis,
daughter of Charles Alsop HOPPIN, of Providence.
ROBINSON -- SHERIDAN
Oct 2, 1889, by the Rev. John Sheridan, father of
Susie E. Robinson to
William H. Sheridan, both of Brooklyn, No cards.
FRIOU -- DYSON
On Thursday Oct 3rd, 1889 at the residence of the bride's
parents's by the Rev.Charles W. Turner,
Edwin E., son of the late G.W.Friou,M.D. to
Amy, daughter of T. J. Dyson. No cards.
Tuesday afternoon, 15th inst, at residence of the bride's uncle,
by the Rev.A.J.F.Bebrends,
William A. Read, of Lowell,Mass. to
Amy, daughter of Eugene D. Berri.
On Wednesday evening, Oct 23,at the residence of the bride's
parents, by the Rev. W.C.P.Rhoades. D.D.,
Sybelle, daughter of John Moss to
George Underall White, all of Brooklyn, NY.
Transcriber :Lorraine Conroy
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