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Marriages Published in Newspapers

Amasa-Comstock

The Niagara County News, Youngstown, N.Y., 28 Oct 1881
Amasa L. Taylor and Miss Florence Comstock were married at the residence of the bride's parents in Cambria Wednesday evening last. It was a brilliant affair.

Barber-Moyer

The Niagara County News, Youngstown, N.Y., 14 Oct 1881
Myron F. Barber and Miss Mary E., daughter of Mr. A. F. Moyer, of Sanborn was married on Thursday last.

McCready-Gray

The Niagara County News, Youngstown, N.Y., 21 Oct 1881
Wednesday morning, Oct. 12th, at the residence of A. Gray, on the River road, Lewiston, New York, by the Rev. Mr. Marsh, Miss Libbie Gray to Mr. Ned McCready, of Brockville, Ont. No cards.

Southworth-Ulrich

Lockport Daily Journal, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1889
Married
Southworth-Ulrich - In this city, November 18th, 1889, by Rev. Wendell J. Grill, Marie, eldest daughter of the late Anton Ulrich, Esq., to Charles M. Southworth.

Thompson-Thompson

Lockport Daily Journal, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1889
At Hymen's Altar
Just as the organ was pealing forth the "Wedding March," Mr. Jesse S. Thompson of Wilson and Miss Mary M. Thompson of Cambria stood at Hymen's altar, on Wednesday evening, Nov. 13th. The marriage took place at the residence of Henry B. Thompson, Cambia - the bride's father. The bride was tastefully and fitting attired, and the fond fair appeared to charming advantage. The officiating clergyman was Rev. D. L. Williams, Cambria. There were a goodly number of guests, mostly young people and the flower of the community. The presents were many, varied, useful and valuable. The bountiful supper which followed the ceremony was all that any epicure might desire. The whole affair was enjoyable. The young couple left for Niagara Falls, intending to take in Rochester and New York on their wedding tour. Their friends wish them joy and a pleasant journey.


Transcribed Jul 2017 by Lisa Slaski.


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