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#61 Date: October 17, 2000
#61a (There is no date on the first clipping, but on the reverse side is part of an article about two girls who won the "National Judging Competitions at the Royal Winter fair in Toronto in 1935," so the wedding took place after the winter of 1935.)
Married at New Maryland.
A very pretty wedding took place at St. Mary The Virgin Church, New Maryland, Wednesday, Sept. 11th, at 3.30 p. m., when Rev. A. S. Coster united in marriage Mildred Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Fletcher, and Clarence William, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Daniel, all of New Maryland. The bridal party entered the church as Lohengrin's Bridal Chorus was played by Mrs. Hilton Horncastle. The choir sang The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a Street length dress of air force blue with matching accessories, corsage of American beauty roses and carried prayer book. At signing of register Mrs. Stewart Kirk sang, Love Divine All Love Exalting. The church was beautifully decorated by girl friends of bride. They left on short trip to Saint John and Moncton. On their return a reception was held at the bride's home Monday night where they received numerous gifts, including glass, cheques, furniture, etc., which showed the popularity of the young couple. They will reside at 302 Charlotte Street, where the groom is employed at the building trades.
#61b (Handwritten at the bottom of the clipping - 1939.)
Died in Lewiston, Me.
Word has been received of the death of James Lee, which occurred at the home of his son, Anson Lee, Lewiston, Me., on April 11th, at the age of 88 years. Mr. Lee was born in Hyde, Cheshire, England, and came to New Brunswick when a small boy. He was for 22 years overseer of the weaving department of the cotton mill at Marysville, when the late Alexander Gibson was the owner and he will be remembered by many of the older residents. He is survived by two sons, Anson and Joseph Lee, in the United States, and a daughter, Mrs. Harry Carpenter, Vancouver, Vancouver Island.
#61c (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - June 27, 1932.)
CHARMING WEDDING AT MARYSVILLE
Miss Esther Violet Pond Bride of Eldred D. Bailey, of This City. A wedding of interest to many friends here and elsewhere took place yesterday afternoon at 3.30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pond, Marysville, when their daughter , Esther Violet became the bride of Eldred D. Bailey, son of William T. Bailey of this city, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. E. R. MacWilliam. The bride was given in marriage by her father and stood under a canopy of white and tulle and looked charming in a gown of royal blue flat crepe with a beige hat, gloves, shoes and stockings to match and carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The bride's mother was attired in black figured crepe dress, black hat and gloves, with a corsage of American Beauties. The wedding march was played by Guy Pond. She had as her bridesmaid Mrs. E. M. Lyons, of St. Stephen, who wore
wine flat crepe with contrasting accessories and carried a bouquet of snapdragons. Her half brother, E. M. Lyons, of St. Stephen, acted as best man. Following the ceremony a buffet luncheon was served to over fifty guests the hostess being assisted by many friends of the bride.
The couple was in receipt of many gifts including cheques, silver, china, linen and furniture, and after a short honeymoon will reside at South Devon. The bride is very popular and was the guest at many social functions held in her honor. The groom is a member of the staff of James S. Neill & Sons Limited.
GORMAN -- At Marysville, N. B., July 9, 1941, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Gorman, widow of Samuel Gorman, aged 74 years. Funeral from her late home, 44 Morrison Street, Marysville, on Saturday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. S. Loring and interment made in the United Church Cemetery, Marysville.
#61e ROCKWELL -- At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., July 9, 1941, David A. Rockwell, only and beloved child of Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Rockwell, North Devon, aged 10 years and 8 months. Funeral tomorrow afternoon from the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rockwell, North Devon, with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. F. Munro and interment in Rural Cemetery extension.
#62 Date: October 18, 2000
#62a (There is no date for this funeral, but the back of the clipping has an article dated Thursday, September 25, 1941.) VETERAN RAILWAYMAN W. H. SEGEE, 80, DEAD
Funeral services for William Herman Segee, 80, of Westwood Ave., East York, for many years a C.N.R. employee will be held Friday afternoon, with interment in Scarboro Memorial cemetery. Rev. D. C. MacLennan will officiate.
Born in Fredericton, Mr. Segee worked for the C.P.R. in New Brunswick before coming to Toronto in 1916. He joined the staff of the C.N.R. in Leaside as a mechanic, remaining until his superannuation 11 years ago. A member of the Orange order and the Black Knights, he attended Westminster Presbyterian church. Immediate survivors are his widow, one son, Ernest, and two sisters, Mrs. E. A. Lingley of Portland, Maine, and Mrs. S. L. Tracy, of Toronto. Nephews are Deputy-Chief of Police Walter Segee of York township, and Donald and Howard Segee, both of Toronto.
#62b (This little item is included on the above clipping.)
HURT IN 20-FOOT FALL.
Cleaning windows this afternoon at the Parliament Buildings, John Boyce fell 20 feet and broke his ankle. He was taken to the Toronto General hospital.
#62c (There is no year given in the following clipping, but on the reverse side is an article about the Battle of Britain.) LATE F. MOFFITT
Many at Funeral of Well Known Harvey Station Resident. Harvey Station, Sept. 10 -- The funeral of the late Frank Moffitt took place this afternoon form Knox Presbyterian Church, following a service at his home at 3 o'clock. In the absence of the pastor, Rev. Allison MacLean, the service was
conducted by his brother, Rev. Robert U. MacLean of St. Stephen, N. B. The church was filled to capacity and many who could not gain admittance stood outside. The choir sang by request Safe in the Arms of Jesus, O Safe to the Rock and What a Friend We Have in Jesus. The pall-bearers were Manzer and William Moffitt, St. Stephen, Lewis Moffitt, McAdam, Roy, George and Russell Moffitt, of Harey, all cousins of the deceased. There were many beautiful floral tributes. Burial took place in Harvey Cemetery with prayers at the grave by Mr. MacLean. A number of relatives were present from St. Stephen, McAdam, Rusagonis and Augusta, Me.
#62d (There is no date on the following clipping but there is another about the Reverend Ross moving to Montreal which is dated November 12, 1938. The back of another clipping shows part of the name of the paper, "Gleaner," with the date March 22, 1918. There is a mailing label addressed to "MARYSVILLE, N. B. Miss Ida Shaw, Box 158.)
Died in Marysville.
The death occurred late yesterday afternoon at her home in Marysville of Miss Ida Jane Shaw, after an illness of two years. Miss Shaw was born in New Maryland a daughter of the late William and Jane (Haining) Shaw. She lived for a time in New Maryland, when a young woman went to
Marysville where she resided until her death. She was well known and highly respected not only in New Maryland but in Marysville and many will learn with regret of her passing. She is survived by a sister, Miss Ellen M. Shaw, Marysville, and 11 nephews and nieces. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon from her late home in Morrison Street. Service will be conducted at two o'clock by Rev. Dr. George E. Ross and Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in New Maryland where the committal service will be conducted by Mr. Smith.
#62e (Hand written at the top of the clipping - Dec. 16, 1928.)
Died in New York Yesterday.
Word was received here yesterday announcing the death at Jamaica, N.Y., of Mrs. Timothy MacDonald. Deceased was formerly Miss Velma Sloat, daughter of the late Mr. and Charles Sloat, of Marysville, and is survived by her husband and year old child. Deceased will be kindly
remembered here by many old friends who will learn of her death with regret. The remains will be brought here for interment, announcement being made later.
#63 Date: October 19, 2000
#63a (There is no date on this clipping, but the death of Mrs. Annie McClary, wife of Harry A. McClary on January 8, 1938 was in the message "Newspaper Clippings-46.")
MRS. HARRY M'CLARY DIED THIS MORNING
Pneumonia Claimed One of Best Known Women in This Section of Province, The death occurred this morning at her home, "Cherry Bank Cottage", Springhill, of Mrs. Annie Donaldson McClary, wife of Harry A. McClary, after a week's illness with pneumonia. Mrs. McClary was born in Fredericton, a daughter of the late Robert and Annie (Howie) Donaldson and lived her entire life here and at
Springhill. She attended Fredericton schools and was most active as a young woman in the affairs of St. Paul's Church before union. She was active in Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church and deeply interested in St. Peter's Church, Springhill, of which Mr. McClary is an officer. She did not confine her activities to the church but rather in the highways and byways of life, where she looked after the less fortunate people.
Her home in Springhill was always open and many a basket of provisions was sent to a needy family and nothing said about it. The unfortunate transients, who often spent the night in the way station at Springhill will remember Mrs. McClary for her kindness, she always leaving a basket of food in the station so that none would go hungry. Her love for dumb animals was known all over Canada and in many parts of the United States, she keeping a careful eye on animals in Springhill and in the
city as a whole. Mrs. McClary never found the hour too late or too early to go out and look into complaints about cruelty and accompanied members of the R. C. M. P. on many investigations and saw that the animals concerned were either put to sleep or better cared for. She was intensely found of
children and always had one or more around her. Her love for the aged and sick was known to everyone and she thought nothing of walking miles to lend assistance or stay up at night with some one who otherwise would have been alone. At Christmas time she looked after many and was never
as happy as when she was doing something for someone else. Her last thought was of herself and those who benefitted by her ministrations will long revere her memory. Mrs. McClary was in Fredericton a few days before Christmas and met and talked with many of her friends. She was busy buying gifts for children and shutins at Springhill and in Fredericton and it is thought she may
have contracted a cold at that time. Pneumonia developed a week ago and her death this morning has closed a life well filled with good and abundant deeds and abundantly lived. In her passing Fredericton and Springhill have lost a woman whose good deeds will follow her. Her death will occasion sorrow wherever she was known. Mrs. McClary was a member of the York-Sunbury Historical Society and was deeply interested in its work, giving several valuable gifts as well as her support. She was a former member of the Women's Institute at Kingsclear and a silent worker in many good causes. She is survived by her husband, Harry A. McClary, and a step-daughter Mrs. Weymss Grant, Woodstock, and several nephews and nieces, one of whom. Miss Agnes Wharton of Jamaica Plains, Mass., was with her when she died. The funeral will take place on Monday afternoon with service at her late home at two o'clock by Rev. Dr. George E. Ross and interment made in Rural Cemetery, Fredericton.
NORSWORTHY -- At Dalhousie, N. B., on December 3rd, 1941, Mrs. Herbert R. Norsworthy, formerly Miss Mitchell of South Devon. The body will arrive in Fredericton to-morrow at noon and be taken to the Reformed Baptist Church, where it will rest until tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 o'clock, when service will be conducted by Rev. P. J. Trafton and interment made in Sunny Bank Cemetery.
#63c ARNOLD -- At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., December 2nd, 1941, Fred Gilman Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Arnold, Barker's Point, aged twenty-three years. Funeral from the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jamieson, Marysville, tomorrow afternoon with service at 1.45 o'clock by Rev. A. G. Crowe and interment made in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#63d GEROW -- At Fredericton, N. B., December 1st, 1941, Dr. Aulder L. Gerow, aged fifty-four years. Funeral from his late home, 340 Brunswick Street, on Thursday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. Dr. W. C. Kierstead and Rev. J. D. L. Howson, and interment made in Wilmot Section of Rural Cemetery.
#64 Date: October 29, 2000
#64a (This obituary is made up of two clippings pasted together. Handwritten at the top of the first clipping - Nov. 30, 1928.)
CHARLES S. BRANNEN, OLD RESIDENT, DIED HERE EARLY TO-DAY
Retired From Provincial Civil Service in 1918 After Thirty Years, RECALLED EARLY TIMES IN THIS CITY Married Sister of Late Canon Roberts -- Golden Wedding Observed in 1925.
Charles Sterling Brannen, one of Fredericton's oldest native residents, died this morning at his home, 148 Argyle Street, in the ninety-second year of his age. He was born in Fredericton May 8th, 1837, and resided here all his lifetime. For ten years he had been on the retired list of the Provincial Civil Service, having received superannuation in 1918 after thirty years in the office of the Provincial Secretary. In recognition of his long and faithful service the Imperial Service Medal
was presented to him shortly after his retirement. In the long period in which he was in the Provincial Civil Service he served under twelve Premiers. Throughout the entire period he was associated with the late R. W. L. Tibbits, Deputy Provincial Secretary.
The deceased was a son of Charles Brannen, for fifty-six years Deputy Sheriff and jailer of York county, and was born in the old jail which stood on the westerly side of King Street below Regent Street. After the death of his father W. W. Long was appointed to succeed him and the family removed to another residence.
He was married December 2nd, 1875, to Agnes K. Roberts, daughter
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CHARLES S. BRANNEN DIED HERE TO-DAY
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of the late Dr. George Roberts, head-master of the Collegiate School which later became the Fredericton High School. The golden wedding was celebrated with appropriate ceremony three years ago. For many years Mr. Brannen was Senior Warden of the Parish Church of Fredericton of
which his brother-in-law the late Canon Roberts was rector for the greater part of his lifetime. Mrs. Brannen passed away about two years ago.
Thought his lifetime Mr. Brannen took the keenest interest in matters military and as he was an active man prior to the departure of the Imperial troops from Fredericton in 1869, his recollection of the various regiments, their officers and other ranks was of the brightest and he had many interesting reminiscences of them. Bands of music also were a subject of interest to him and in addition to the numerous fine military bands which were in Fredericton at various times, he recollected local bands of years ago. He himself played with the Masonic Band and other organizations in Fredericton. He also had clear recollection of law enforcement in York County.
Prior to taking a Provincial appointment Mr. Brannen was in business in this city retiring in 1878 to enter the civil service. He was a charter member of Victoria Lodge, I. O. O. F., and of his fellow members of the time Charles A. Sampson and John Black of this city are all who are left.
Surviving are one son, Sterling Brannen and one daughter Miss Adelaide G. Brannen, both of Fredericton. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon from the late home. There will be prayers by Rev. A. F. Bate at the house at 3.10 and service at the Parish Church at 3.30 by Rev.
Mr. Bate assisted by Very Rev. Dean Neales. Interment will be made at Forest Hill.
#64b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - June 25, 1932.)
Celebrate Diamond Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Charters, of New Maryland, today celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary at their home with members of the immediate family gathered around them. Mr. and Mrs. Charters have lived at New Maryland all their lives and were married in the Church of England there by Rev. Mr. Pearson. Mr. Charters is the son of Adam and Eliza Charters and Mrs. Charters, before her marriage, was Miss Emma Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ball, of New Maryland, also ten children are still living of the family, the most of whom will visit their parents to-day.
#65 Date: October 30, 2000
#65a (Hand written at the top of the clipping - Mar. 20, 1933.)
OLDEST COTTON MILL WORKER SUCCUMBED SUDDENLY TO-DAY
John Stafford Dropped Dead While on Way to Work This Morning EMPLOYED AT MILL FORTY-EIGHT YEARS
Manager Joseph Dolphin Pays Tribute to Faithfulness of Deceased. Forty-eight years of faithful and continuous service as a cotton mill worker were terminated abruptly this morning when John Stafford, aged sixty-nine years, dropped dead at Marysville a short distance from his home, while on his way to work at the Gibson Mill of Canadian Cottons, Ltd.
Beginning his period of continuous employment in 1885, as a young man of twenty-one years, the deceased was the oldest worker at the mill in point of service. His service began when the mill, then the largest in Canada, in 1885 first started operation, having been built and owned at that time by the late Alexander Gibson, the founder of Marysville and a leading New Brunswick industrialist of his day. The late Mr. Stafford worked his way up through the various departments of the mill and for several years held the position of foreman of the finishing room. In the past few years he was employed in the office of the finishing room. Mr. Stafford had been in ill health for some time although he managed to "stick" to his job, and his death was due to a heart attack. He succumbed in Bridge Street at about 8.30 a. m. and was taken immediately to his home in Canada Street.
Manager Joseph Dolphin of the Gibson Mill, stated that Mr. Stafford had been "a very faithful worker." Despite the fact that the deceased had been in failing health recently he had continued at his work. "I'm sure that's the way John wanted to go," added Mr. Dolphin in paying his tribute.
A profound feeling of sympathy exists in Marysville for the family of the deceased, who was a native of the town and took a keen interest in its affairs.
The late Mr. Stafford was twice married, his first wife having died several years ago. He is survived by his second wife; two sons, Roy Stafford and James Stafford, of Rumford, Me.; four daughter, Mrs. Hedley Colpitts, of Hartland; Mrs. Mills, of Connecticut, and the Misses Christine Stafford and Felicia Stafford, of Marysville; and two brothers, Samuel and Fred Stafford, of Marysville.
The funeral will be held at the late home on Wednesday at 2.30 o'clock, the service being conducted by Rev. M. H. Manuel of Marysville, with Rev. C. LeRoi Mooers, of Devon, assisting. Interment will be in the United Church Cemetery at Marysville.
#65b (Hand written at the bottom of the clipping - Nov. 17, 1921.)
Married This Afternoon.
The home of John Greer was the scene of a quiet wedding this afternoon when his daughter, Mrs. Abbie Upton, was united in marriage to N. Beal, of Grand Manan. The ceremony was performed by Rev. P. J. Trafton in the presence of the immediate relatives of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Beal are
leaving this afternoon by C. P. R. for Grand Manan, where they will reside. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful wedding gifts.
#65c IN MEMORIAM.
In loving memory of my dear husband, William Harrison Morgan, who went up higher, April 6th, 1937. I will join him who has passed on before. My loved one - oh! How I do miss him! - I will press on and meet him once more.
#65d (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - 1932.)
United in Marriage.
Friends will be interested in the announcement of the marriage of Miss Margaret C. O'Leary of New Maryland and William C. Beveridge of Lincoln, which was solemnized at Wilmot United Church parsonage on December 26th by Rev. J. W. Bartlett.
#66 Date: November 8, 2000 (Received out of date order)
#66a (Hand written at the top of the clipping - Oct 11, 1922.)
HASSEN - McKNIGHT
Pretty Church Wedding at New Maryland Yesterday Afternoon A quiet but very pretty wedding took place yesterday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, New Maryland, when Miss Louise McKnight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McKnight, and Herbert Hassen, of Welsford, were united in marriage by Rev. R. H. H. Bulteel, of this city.
The bride, who was unattended, wore a suit of cream serge beautifully embroidered, plush hat and carried a white prayer book. As the bridal party entered the church Lohengrin's wedding march was rendered by the bride's sister, Miss Winnifred McKnight.
Following the ceremony a dainty wedding repast was served at the home of the bride, the dining room being prettily decorated in yellow and white, while autumn flowers were used in the parlor and living room. The bride, who is a very popular young lady, was the recipient of many beautiful wedding gifts, including silver, cut glass, china and a substantial cheque from the bride's father.
At the conclusion of the reception Mr. and Mrs. Hassen left by automobile for Enniskillen, where they will reside.
Among the out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mrs. A. Biden, of Maugerville, Mr. Anderson and Miss Amy Hassen, of Welsford.
MORGAN -- At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., October 26, 1944, Mrs. Lydia Jane Morgan, widow of William H. Morgan, Nasonworth, in her 77th year. Funeral from her late home Saturday afternoon with prayers at two o'clock followed by service in the United Baptist Church by Rev. J. A. Corey and interment in Nasonworth Cemetery.
#66c Died in Hospital This Morning
The death occurred in the Victoria Public Hospital this morning of Mrs. Lydia Jane Morgan, widow of William H. Morgan, Nasonworth, in the 77th year of her age, after an illness of three days. Deceased was born at Nashwaaksis, a daughter of the late William and Lydia (Staples) Bailey, and for the past 40 years she had resided in Nasonworth, where she had a great many friends who held her in the highest esteem. She was a good neighbor, kind and thoughtful of others and her death will be learned of with regret. She is survived by three brothers, William Bailey, Nashwaaksis; George Bailey, North Devon, and Fred Bailey, Marysville; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Estey, Nashwaaksis, and Mrs. Harry Morgan, of Nasonworth; and an adopted son, Albert Morgan, of Durham Bridge, who went overseas in 1939 and came back this year, and a number of nieces
and nephews. The funeral takes place on Saturday afternoon with prayers at the house at two o'clock followed by service in the United Baptist Church at Nasonworth by Rev. J. A. Corey and interment in Nasonworth cemetery.
#66d (Hand written at the top of the clipping - June 25, 1919.)
Married This Week.
A quiet wedding ceremony was performed at the manse by Rev. J. S. Sutherland on Wednesday last, when he united in the bonds of matrimony Miss Hazel Burden, of this city, and Frederick L. Greer, of New Maryland.
SHERMAN -- At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., April 2nd, 1940, H. Blanch Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sherman, Marysville, aged 38 years.
Funeral on Thursday afternoon from the home of his father, 21 Allen Street, Marysville, with service at two o'clock by Rev. A. G. Crowe and interment in United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#67 Date: November 1, 2000
#67a (Hand written at the bottom of the clipping - May 1941)
Died in Ontario.
Word was received last evening by Mrs. Harold F. Fisher, Marysville, of the death of her brother-in-law, David Gentleman, at his home at Oil City, Ontario, after an illness of several months. The late Mr. Gentleman is survived by his widow, formerly Miss Eva Smith of Marysville; and five children, Mrs. Maurice L. Alderman, Oil City, and James, Catherine, Elizabeth and Mildred at home. The funeral will take place at Oil City on Monday afternoon.
#67b FLEMING -- At Fredericton, N. B., on January 19th, 1942, John Harper Fleming, son of the late John and Anne (Harper) Fleming, aged 86 years. Funeral from his late home, 245 York Street, Wednesday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. J. D. L. Howson and Rev. W. J. Bate and
interment made in the Old Burial Ground.
SINCLAIR -- At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., January 19, 1942, David Sinclair, aged 74 years. Service tomorrow afternoon at 6.30 o'clock at the home of the his sister, Mrs. A. C. Fleming, Charlotte Street, by Rev. J. D. L. Howson.
The body will be taken on the evening train to Edmundston and be met by a delegation from the Masonic Lodge and taken to the United Church of Canada. Service will be conducted on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock by Rev. W. E. Aiken and interment made in Edmundston Cemetery.
WOOD -- At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., January 15th, 1942, Miss Amanda Wood, formerly of Rusagonis, aged 84 years. Funeral tomorrow afternoon with all the service at the United Baptist Church, Rusagonis, by Rev. R. H. Blakeney and interment made in Rusagonis Cemetery.
The Late Miss Amanda Wood.
The funeral of the late Miss Amanda Wood took place on Saturday afternoon from her late home in Rusagonis to the United Baptist Church where service was conducted by Rev. R. H. Blakeney and interment made in Rusagonis Cemetery. There were a great many friends present and a number of floral tributes. The chief mourners were Charles Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hetherington, Mrs. L. McClellan, Mr. and Mrs. George McBride, Mr. and Mrs. K. N. S. Thompson, George Anderson, Mrs. R. S. Gregg, Mrs. Edward Carlisle, Mrs. Carl Fraser, Mrs. Harold Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Wood, James Steeves. The pall-bearers were Delbert Noble, Norman Phillips, Ralph Fletcher, Charles Peabody, Millard Nevers, Murray Nevers.
#67e (Hand written on the bottom of the clipping - Nov. 23, 1935.)
Married in Saint John.
Friends in Fredericton and elsewhere will learn with interest of the marriage at Saint John on Saturday of Miss Delma Elizabeth LeGassie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Le Gassie, Fredericton, and Stephen Estabrooks, also of Fredericton. The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Gerald Koster, C. SS. R., at St. Peter's Rectory. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. James E. O'Brien, brother-in-law and sister of the bride.
After a wedding dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien the bride and bridegroom left for Fredericton, where they will reside.
FORBES -- At Fredericton, N. B., July 22, 1941, Alexander Forbes, aged 50 years.
Funeral tomorrow afternoon form McAdam's Funeral Home with service at two o'clock by Rev. J. D. L. Howson and interment made at Stanley.
#68 Date: November 2, 2000
#68a (Hand written at the top of the clipping - June 20, 1928)
FIRST WEDDING IN CHURCH
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Had First Wedding Ceremony Yesterday Afternoon.
The first wedding to take place in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church was solemnized yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock when Rev. J. G. Berry united in marriage Miss Elva M. J. Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, of Dumfries, and Roland Shaw, son of the late Robert Shaw, and of
Mrs. Shaw, of New Maryland.
On account of the recent death of the father of the groom the wedding was a quiet one, only the mother of the groom and a few intimate friends being present. The bride wore a pretty gown of blue flat crepe, a blue hat and white fox fur, and was attended by her sister, who was dressed
in blue crepe de chene with hat to match. The groom was supported by Bruce McFarlane, of New Maryland.
Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Shaw motored to the home of the bride's parents at Dumfries, where a wedding supper was served. They will reside at New Maryland, where the groom is engaged in farming.
#68b (The only clue to a date for the following obituary is an item on the back side of this clipping which says "In England, during 1938, a gold-fish fell from a fourth floor window to the pavement below, and lived.")
#68c Death of Former N. B. Woman.
Word has been received here by relatives of the sudden death in Waltham, Mass. Of Mrs. Timothy Deaett, formerly Maria Sinclair, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Sinclair of Rusagonis. She had lived in Providence, R. I. for the past several years. She passed away March 8th while visiting her nephew, Smith Sinclair at Waltham, mass. Mrs. Deaett who was 85 years of age was the last surviving member of her family. She visited her old home on several occasions and will be kindly remembered by all who knew her. She is survived by several nephews and nieces in N. B. and United States. Her husband pre-deceased her a few years ago. The funeral took place in Providence on March 11th and was attended by friends and relatives.
#68d (Hand written at the top of the clipping - June 9th, 1920.)
Pretty Home Wedding
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Estey, Nashwaaksis, was the scene of a pretty wedding yesterday afternoon at 3.40 o'clock when their daughter, Miss Lilly, was united in marriage to A. Ray Manzer, of Harvey. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. D. McLeod in the presence of about sixty invited guests, and the bride wore a gown of blue satin and georgette and carried a bouquet of orchids and lillies of the valley.
After the ceremony a dainty luncheon was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Manzer left for St. Stephen and St. John. Going away the bride wore a travelling suit of navy blue with picture hat. Very many beautiful wedding gifts were received by the young couple. Among those here for the wedding were Mrs. H. Manzer, Misses Emma and Eva Manzer, Mr. and Mrs. A. Manzer, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moffat, Mrs. John Moffet, Daniel Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Hiltz, Mr. and Mrs. W. Morgan and Miss Griffiths. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Manzer will reside at Coburn, where the groom, who is a returned soldier, is engaged in business.
#68e (Hand written at the top of the clipping - Nov. 25, 1926.)
Miss Lena Gorman, of Marysville, and William C. Melvin, of Saint John, Married at Marysville.
(Special to the Daily Gleaner)
Marysville, N. B., Nov. 24 - A very pretty wedding took place yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Gorman, Morrison Street, when her youngest daughter, Lena, became the bride of William C. Melvin, of Saint John. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. M. Rice, BA., in the
presence of immediate relatives. The bride looked very charming in a gown of blue crepe-de-chene with pearl ornaments and carrying a bouquet of Ophelia roses. Mrs. Harry Gorman was matron of honor, and Harry Gorman, brother of the bride, supported the groom. Following the ceremony a dainty lunch was served.
Mrs. Harry Gorman, Mrs. J. W. Everett and Miss Victoria Woodworth served. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin left last evening on a honeymoon trip to Saint John. Going away the bride wore a dress of almond blue cloth with gray trimmings, and a coat of blue marvella with gray fur trimmings and hat to match. Mrs. Melvin was one of Marysville's most popular young ladies, and the best wishes of the community will follow the happy young couple.
#68f (Hand written at the bottom of the clipping - 1920.)
Local Boy Weds.
The wedding took place at Moncton on June 18th of Martin Horncastle of this city, and Miss Irene Hains, of Moncton. The bride is one of Moncton's popular young ladies, while the groom was for years on the staff of John J. Weddall & Son, of this city. He went overseas with the 9th Siege Battery and is now a well known commercial traveller. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Horncastle, Charlotte Street.
#69 Date: November 3, 2000
#69a (Hand written at the top of the clipping - June 20, 1928)
Harvey, June 26. -- A very pretty wedding was solemnized Wednesday, June 20 in the Untied Church of Canada at Harvey when Rev. Mr. McLean united in marriage Miss Emma May Manzer, daughter of Mrs. Harriet Manzer, Harvey, to T. Kay Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Craig of that
She entered the church on the arm of her brother Ray Manzer to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March played by Miss Florence Coburn. She had as her bridesmaid Miss Lila Craig, sister of the groom. While the groom was supported by Dan Manzer, brother of the bride.
The bride looked charming in a gown of white crepe back satin, with veil and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of Ophelia roses. The bridesmaid was dressed in pink crepe-de- chene and radium lace with large picture hat to match, and carried a bouquet of carnations and lily of the valley.
During the signing of the register, Prof. John McP. Peterson sang "O Promise Me" in a very pleasing manner. The groom's gift to the bride was a cheque, to the bridesmaid a broach, to the best man cuff-links, to the organist a finger ring, to the soloist cuff-links. The bride received many beautiful presents including furniture, cut glass, linen, china and cheques.
They left on a honeymoon trip to Saint John, Moncton and other parts of the province. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Thomas Craig of Stanley, Mrs. Allen Tracey of Fredericton, Miss Jennie Gereau, Miss Mabel Bruce and Prof. John McP Peterson of Marysville.
#69b (This clipping shows part of the date of the newspaper at the top - "OBER 7, 1926" and the back side had "THE DAILY GLEANE" showing.)
BURPEE-PHILLIPS NUPTIAL EVENT
Miss Grace I. Phillips and C. Miles Burpee Married Last Evening. A pretty romance which had its beginning on the campus when the bride and groom were both students at the University of New Brunswick, was culminated last evening at the Wilmot Church of the United Church of Canada when Miss Grace Ireland Phillips, daughter of the late R. B. H. Phillips and of Mrs. Phillips, of this city, and C. Miles Burpee, of Oneonto, N. Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Burpee of Edmundston, were united in marriage by the Rev. F. H. Holmes in the presence of a large number of invited guests and a gathering of interested friends of both parties.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, R. Darrell Phillips, of Toronto, wore a lovely wedding gown of white georgette, embroidered in seed pearls, and a beautiful court train lined with cream taffeta which fell gracefully from the shoulders, her veil of tulle was caught to the head with orange blossoms and she carried a beautiful shower bouquet of sweetheart roses and maiden hair fern. As she entered the church she was met by the ushers, Dr. John Edgecombe, of Saint John, and Kenneth Scott, of this city, who immediately preceded her and the charming little flower girl, Miss Dorothy Currie, of Saint John, and the winsome bridesmaid, Miss Isabelle Babbitt, to the chancel where the groom and his best man, Bernard H. Hagerman, of the same class at U. N.
B., were awaiting the bridal party. As the bride and her attendants walked up the aisle the choir under the direction of Prof. F. W. Harrison, sang The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden and during the signing of the register, Mrs. A. Gordon Coy sang O Promise Me.
Many lovely gowns were worn at the wedding including that of the bridesmaid, which was of coral taffetta silk with overdress of coral georgette with pearl trimmings and a Maria Guy hat of coral georgette and taffetta. She also carried a beautiful bouquet of pink roses. The little flower girl was in a dainty dress of orchid georgette, with orchid poke bonnet and carried a basket of orchid sweetpeas.
Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother which was profusely decorated with autumn flowers both in the drawing and dining rooms. In the latter the color scheme was lavender and pink, while the bride's table was centered with a bride's cake having a bride and groom for the decorations. Streamers of white baby ribbon floated from the chandelier to small silver vases at he the four corners of the table and a buffet lunch was served, girl friends of the
Mr. and Mrs. Burpee left last night by automobile for Woodstock enroute to Montreal where they will spend their honeymoon before leaving for Buffalo enroute to Oneonto, where they will reside, the groom being employed with the Delaware & Hudson Railway as a civil engineer. Going away the bride wore a dress of Jarragon green cloth, a fawn felt hat and a silver muskrat fur coat.
Many lovely gifts were received by the bride and groom, both of whom are deservedly popular with a large circle of friends. They included silver, linen, cheques and many other things for the home of a bride and groom.
Among those here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Burpee and Mrs. N. Franchetti, of Edmundston; Mr. and Mrs. George Currie and little daughter of Saint John; Dr. John Edgecombe, of Saint John, and R. Darrell Phillips, of Toronto.
BROWN -- At Marysville, N. B., May 3rd, 1938, Burton C. Brown, aged 62 years.
Funeral from his late home Thursday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in the United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#70 Date: November 4, 2000
#70a (Hand written at the top of the clipping - June 27, 1928)
HOME WEDDING AT MARYSVILLE
Miss Helen Macpherson and Harvey O. Williams Married Last Night Marysville, N. B., June 28. -- A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Macpherson, George Street, at 8 o'clock last evening, when their only daughter, Helen Elizabeth, was united in marriage to Harvey Oswald Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Williams, of North Devon, by Rev. J. M. Rice, B. A. The ceremony took place in the living room, which was beautifully decorated with ferns,
roses and evergreen, including a bridal arch of the same materials. The bridal party entered the living room to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march played by Guy Pond and took their station beneath the arch. The bride was given in marriage by her father. During the signing of the register Mrs. Neva Buckley Inch sang Because in excellent voice. The bridesmaid was Miss Gertrude M. Forbes, cousin of the bride, and Ernest Burlock supported the groom.
The bride looked very charming in a gown of white flat crepe with flounce of silk lace, a bridal veil caught up with a wreath of orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of roses and carnations. The bridesmaid wore a gown of mauve chiffon, headdress of tulle and rhinestones and carried an old fashioned nose gay of sweet peas. Mrs. Macpherson, mother of the bride, was gowned in black satin with jet trimmings, and Mrs. Williams, mother of the groom, wore a gown of blonde satin. At the
conclusion of the ceremony congratulations were extended to the happy young couple, after which a dainty buffet lunch was served in the dining room, which was prettily decorated, the color scheme being yellow and white.
Mrs George Eno and Mrs. J. E. Fisher poured. Mrs. Andrew Macpherson cut the ices, Mrs. A. G. Clark, Mrs. H. Mabee and Mrs. Alfred Keene replenished. Those who served were Miss Margaret Rice, Miss Velma Macpherson, Hazel White and Miss Sarah Burke. Mrs. W. H. Gray ushered the guests to the dining room.
The bride received many beautiful presents, including cheques, cut glass, silver, linen and many other articles. Mr. and Mrs. Williams left this morning on a honeymoon trip through Maine and on their return will take up their residence in Devon.
#70b GOLDEN WEDDING DAY OBSERVED
Mr. and Mrs. John Stephenson, Marysville, Married 50 Years -- Honored by Friends.
Marysville, N. B. Nov. 20. -- The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Stephenson, Morrison Street, was the scene of a delightful function on Wednesday, when they were at home to their many friends and relatives, the occasion being their golden wedding anniversary.
During the afternoon many friends called and were entertained at tea, and in the evening the members of Dorcas Endeavor Class and the Men's Bible Class of the United Baptist Church went in a body and spent a very enjoyable evening with music and social chat.
During the course of the evening Mrs. Frank Pettigrove, on behalf of the Ladies' Class, presented Mrs. Stephenson a lovely gold locket, and Rev. A. G. Crowe, on behalf of the Bible class, presented Mr. Stephenson a pen and pencil set. Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson thanked their friends for their gifts and good wishes in a few well chosen words. Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson received numerous other gifts which included silver, pyrex, pictures, linen and cheques.
The dining room was tastefully decorated for the occasion and the table centered with a beautiful three-tier wedding cake, surmounted by a miniature bride and groom beneath a golden arch and gold wedding bells, and decorated with silver and gold leaves and tiny flowers. The cake was flanked with gold candles in silver candlesticks and golden streamers were arranged from the chandelier to the four corners of the table.
Mrs. Fred Hall, sister of Mr. Stephenson, and Mrs. Sadie Robbins, sister of Mrs. Stephenson, poured. Mrs. Arthur Watts served the bride's cake. Others serving were Mrs. Leonard Stephenson, Mrs. Chas. Stephenson, Mrs. Holly Pugh, Mrs. Wendell Small, Mrs. Floyd MacKay, Mrs. J. D. Reid, Miss Olga Watts and Miss Mae Essensa. Music was provided by Miss Nellie Bamford and Miss Olga Watts. Robert MacAndrews, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson, ushered.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson were married at Gibson, N. B. (South Devon), November 19, 1891 by Rev. B. N. Noble, pastor of the Baptist Church.
The bride was formerly Miss Mary Caroline Conrad, and was born at Mascarene, N. B. December 29, 1867. The bridegroom, John Alfred Stephenson, was born at Marysville, August 24, 1867. They have one daughter, Mrs. George MacAndrews, and one grandson, Robert MacAndrews, Calais, Me.
Other out-of-town relatives present were Alexander Stephenson, Mrs. Leonard Stephenson and Mrs. Harry Hopkins, Portland, Me.; Mrs. Fred Hall, Hallowell, Me.; Mrs. Wendell Small, Gardiner, Me.; Mrs. Sadie Robbins, Lubec, Me., Mr. and Mrs. James Conrad, Mrs. William Essensa and Miss Mae Essensa, Saint David, N. B.,, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Reid, of Oak Bay, N. B. A telegram of congratulation was received from relatives in Culver City, Calif.