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Births & Marriages - Perth Courier & Others

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Perth Courier, July 1, 1887

Hawkins—Birth, at Perth on Wednesday, 1st June, the wife of Mr. E. G. Hawkins of the Courier, of a son.

Reynolds-Code—Married, on Wednesday, (date illegible) June, at Holy Trinity Church, Winnipeg, by Rev. G. Fortin (?), Mr. C. R. Reynolds of Winnipeg to Miss Rebecca J. Code of North Elmsley.

Pattison-McCraig—Married, on Thursday (date illegible) inst., at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. J. Gandler (?), Mr. Jas. Thomas Pattison, Jr., eldest son of the Senior Editor of the Advance, to Miss Margaret Ann McCraig, eldest daughter of Mr. Peter McCraig, Esq., of Calumet (?) Island.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Perth Courier, July 8, 1887

Grant—Birth, at Perth on Saturday, 2nd July, the wife of William Grant, Esq., M.D., of a son.

Doyle—Birth on the 9th June, the wife of Mr. James Doyle, Bathurst, of a son.

Brownlee—Birth, on the 1st July, the wife of Mr. David Brownlee, Bathurst, of a son.

Oliver—Birth, on the 29th June, the wife of Mr. George Oliver, North Elmsley, of a daughter.

Barr-Harrison—Married, at Merrickville by Rev. S. Card (?), on Wednesday 22nd inst., Mr. W. H. Barr, merchant, Smith’s Falls to Miss Lizzie Harrison, of Merrickville.

Christie-Murray—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. Mr. Mylne, on Wednesday evening, 15th June, Mr. John Christie of Montague to Miss Mary A. Murray of Beckwith.

Wilson-Davis—Married, at St. John’s Church, Smith’s Falls on Wed., 29th June, by Rev. Rural Dean Nesbitt, Mr. John Wilson of Montague to Miss Annie Davis, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Davis of Beckwith.

McLaughlin-Dillabaugh—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. M.D.M. Blakely, onWednesday, 22nd inst., Mr. Andrew McLaughlin, son of Charles McLaughlin to Miss Sarah Coletta (?) Dillabaugh, daughter of Mr. George Dillabaugh, all of Ramsay.

Coulter-Lamond—Married, on Tuesday evening, 29th June at the residence of the groom’s father, by Rev. Mr. Camion (?), Mr. Alexander Coulter, youngest son of Mr. Christopher Coulter, Esq., Mallory (?), Polk County, Minnesota to Miss Maggie A. Lamond, eldest daughter of Mr. James Lamond, Esq., Lanark County.

Mr. William O’Brien, Appleton Village, son of Mr. John O’Brien, the well known farmer of Beckwith, was married at Ferguson’s Falls on Tuesday of last week to Miss Julia Tierney, daughter of Mr. Michael Tierney, Lanark Township, Rev. Father O’Connor, Carleton Place, officiating.  After the departure of the young couple on their wedding tour, the large gathering of friends were entertained at a garden party at the residence of the bride’s father.

Perth Courier, July 15, 1887

Warren—Birth, at Harper on Tuesday (date illegible) July, the wife of Mr. Joseph Warren, postmaster, of a daughter

Strong-Burns—Married, by Rev. Joseph Wilson at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. James M. Strong to Miss Mary Burns, daughter of Mr. William Burns of Lanark.

McDermott-Dillon—Married, at the Roman Catholic Church, by Rev. P. Rongier (?), on Monday morning, 4th July, Mr. B. McDermott of Renfrew to Miss Katie E. Dillon of C - - - - - - - - .

Hewitt-Anderson—Married, by Rev. Mr. C - - - on the (date illegible) inst., at the Methodist Parsonage, Mr. William Hewitt of Smith’s Falls to Miss Mary Jane Anderson of South Elmsley.

Morrow-Lacy—Married, at Eganville on Tuesday, (date illegible) at the Roman Catholic Church, by Rev. Father Burns, Mr. A. Morrow of Dacre to Miss M. J. Lacy, daughter of Mr. David Lacy, Esq., of Eganville.

Lockhart-Brice—Married, at Beckwith by Rev. Arthur Jarvis, M.A., on the 2nd (?) June, Mr. Thomas Lockhart of Carleton Place to Miss Eliza Brice, second daughter of Mr. T. Brice of Beckwith.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

McDonald-Hood—Married, on the (date illegible) July, at the residence of the bride’s mother, North Elmsley, by Rev. T. Luchens, Mr. George McDonald of (illegible place name) to Miss Sarah Jane Hood, daughter of the late Mr. Alexander Hood.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Matthews-Tucker—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, on the 27th (?) June, by Rev. D. McDiarmid, M.A., Mr. W. H. Matthews to Miss M. J. Tucker, daughter of Mr. P. (?) Tucker, all of Carleton Place.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Geddes-Lee—Married, on Wednesday evening, 6th July, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. Alexander McAulay, Mr. David Geddes, son of the E. Geddes to Miss Mary Lee, daughter of Mr. John Lee, all of North Sherbrooke.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Brownlee-Farrow—Married, at Ottawa at the Methodist Church, on the 29th June, by Rev. Mr. Carson, Mr. J. H. Brownlee of Carleton Place to Miss (illegible first name) Farrow, daughter of Mr. Thomas Farrow, Esq., ex-M.P. of (illegible place name).  (Note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Hamilton-Grey—Married, on Wed. 6th inst., at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. A. McCann, Mr. John Hamilton, principal of Smith’s Falls public school to Miss Maria Grey, second daughter of the late Mr. James Grey.

Perth Courier, July 22, 1887

Smith—Birth, at Perth on the 5th (?) inst, the wife of Mr. H. R. (?) Smith, of a daughter.

Finlay—Birth, at Perth on the 10th inst., the wife of Mr. George Finlay of a daughter.

McMahon—Birth, on the 15th June, the wife of Mr. J. J. McMahon, Drummond, of a son.

McGillivery—Birth, at Perth on the 14th inst., the wife of Mr. J. S. McGillivery, of a daughter.

Blake-Watt—Married, at Almonte on the 13th inst., by Rev. James A.K. Walker, Mr. John McKay Blake to Miss Jennie (?) Watt, all of Almonte.

Brown-Kirkham—Married, at the Methodist parsonage, on the 3rd (?) July, by Rev. Mr. Bland, Mr. George Marlborough Brown to Miss Hannah Kirkham, of Bathurst.

Glover-McKay—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, Almonte, on the (date illegible) inst., by Rev. James A. K. Walker, Mr. William Glover to Miss Minnie McKay, daughter of Mr. Hugh McKay of Almonte.

Campbell-Kennedy—Married, at 3 Mayfield Road, Edinburgh, on the (date illegible) June, by Rev. John T. Barton, Mr. George E. Campbell of Halifax, Nova Scotia to Miss Helen Kennedy, eldest daughter of the late Mr. David Kennedy, Scottish vocalist.

Gibson-Childerhouse—Married, by Rev. M. D. M. Blakely, assisted by Rev. Stephen Childerhouse, B.A., brother of the bride, on the (date illegible) July, Mr. John Gibson of St. Thomas, Dakota, son of Mr. Edward Gibson of Ross to Miss Sarah Jane Childerhouse, daughter of Mr. Henry Childerhouse of Ross.

Perth Courier, July 29, 1887

Lally—Birth, on Monday, 25th July, the wife of Mr. James Lally, painter of twin boys.

McIntyre—Birth, at 112 Jemima St., Winnipeg, on the 21st inst., the wife of Mr. J. S. McIntyre, of a son

Walker—Birth, at 322 Carlton St., Winnipeg on the 22nd inst., Mrs. W. T. Walker, of a daughter.

Wilson—Birth at Otenaw (?), Manitoba on the 16th June, the wife of Mr. James Wilson of a daughter

Robertshaw-Fox—Married, on the 12th inst., at the residence of the bridegroom, by Rev. D. McDonald, M.A., Mr. Benjamin Robertshaw of Carleton Place to Miss Loretta Fox, daughter of Mr. William Fox of Watson, Ontario.

Fanning-Rathwell—Married, at St. James Church, Franktown on the 13th July, by Rev. Mr. Morrer, Mr. James Fanning of Carleton Place to Miss Mary Rathwell, daughter of the late Mr. James Rathwell, all of Bathurst.

Perth Courier, August 5, 1887

Walker—Birth, at Perth on Tuesday, 2nd August, the wife of Mr. Richard Walker of a son.

Wright-Thomson—Married, at Denver, Colorado by Rev. J.P. Sunkoy, Mr. Robert Wright, formerly of Perth to Miss Katie M. Thomson of Denver.

Perth Courier, August 12, 1887

Armour—Birth, on the 10th August, the wife of Mr. E. Armour, of a son.

Douglas—Birth, at Shelburne, County Duffrin (?) on the (illegible date) August, the wife of Major Douglas, formerly of Perth, of a son.

Watts-Miner—Married, on Wed., 3rd August, by Rev. E. Carl (?), assisted by Rev. W. Ritance, Rev. A. C. Watts of the Montreal Conference, to Miss E. A. Miner of Andrewsville.

McDonald-Houston—Married, at Carleton Place by Rev. A.A. Scott on the 3rd August,  Mr. William Henry McDonald of Drummond to Miss Barbara Helen Houston, daughter of Mr. John Houston.

Griffith-McDonald—Married, on the (illegible date) August, by Rev. D. McDonald, M.A., Mr. John Griffith of Carleton Place to Miss Mary Ann McDonald daughter of the late Mr. Donald McDonald of Drummond.

Perth Courier, August 19, 1887

Frank- - -    Caddy—Married, on the 27th July, by Very Reverend Dean O’Connor, Mr. William Frank - - - of Brockville to Miss Mary Ann Caddy, second daughter of Mr. Joseph P. Caddy, Perth.

Richmond Village was the scene of a pleasant event on Wednesday of last week when Mr. Martin Bradley of the Interior Department led to the altar Miss Annie M. Phelan.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father O’Connell, assisted by Rev. Father Slaon, late of the Basilica.  The bride wore white satin trimmed with Limerick lace.  MR. J.J. Henry of Ottawa was the best man and was supported by Leon Phelan, brother of the bride.  Sophia Phelan and Minnie Beaty acted as bridesmaids.  The happy couple left for their bridal tour shortly after.

On Wednesday of last week there assembled in the Presbyterian Church at McDonald’s Corners a large concourse of friends and relatives of the bridal party to witness the ceremony of John Fummerton, Esq., of Fallbrook, who married Annie Lock, eldest daughter of Mr. William Lock, Esq. the ceremony being performed by Rev. Alexander McAuley.  The church was decorated with evergreens and bouquets due primarily to the efforts of Mrs. Dr. Kilborn.  Miss Anne Barne presided at the organ the choir singing “Our Own Dear Home” as the bride entered and “Gathering Home” being rendered as the wedded couple proceeded from the church.  Miss (first name illegible) Lock, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid while William Wallace supported the groom.  The bride and bridesmaid were neatly attired in cream colored lace bunting.  After the ceremony the party betook themselves to the residence of Mr. Lock the most hospitable of entertainers where an abundant repast was partaken of by the invited guests to the number of 40.

Perth Courier, August 26, 1887

McKinley-Spalding—Married, at St. Andrew’s Manse, on the 17th inst., by Rev. S. Mylne, Mr. William A. McKinley to Miss Kate Spalding, both of the Scotch Line, Perth.

Houregan-Curtin—Married, on the 26th (?) July, Almonte, by Rev. Father Foley, P.P., Mr. William Houregan to Miss Lizzie Curtin, sister of Mr. John Curtin, harness maker, all of Almonte.

Gilday-Caswell—Married, at St. John’s Church, Wed., 17th Aug., by Rev. Rural Dean Nesbitt, Mr. D. Gilday of the firm Lindsay and Gilday, merchants, to Miss Maria Caswell, both of Smith’s Falls.

McFarlane-McGregor—Married, at the Baptist Parsonage, Smith’s Falls, on the 17th Aug., by Rev. T. Luckton, Mr. Joseph McFarlane to Miss Kate McGregor, eldest daughter of the late Mr. James McGregor, all of Carleton Place.

Robertson-Chandler—Married, at St. Paul’s Church, Lochine (?), on the 16th (?) August., by Rev. R.J. Whitbourne, Francis Dunbar Robertson, M.D., Carleton Place to Miss Minnie Chandler, daughter of the late Mr. Charles G. Chandler, St. Athens (?), Vermont.

Hicks-Nichols—Married, at St. Thomas Church, Walkerton, on Wed., 17th Aug., by Rev. William Sheritt, Mr. W. H. Hicks, Revenue Officer, Portage-la-Prairie, Manitoba to Miss Clara Naomi Nichols, eldest daughter of Mr. James T. Nichols, Revenue Officer.

Perth Courier, Sept. 2, 1887

Grey-Garvin—Married, at Smith’s Falls on Tuesday, 23rd inst., Albert Grey to Miss Elizabeth Garvin, both of Smith’s Falls.

Clark-Swayn—Married, at Carleton Place on the 26th Aug., by Rev. A.A. Scott, M.A., Mr. William Clark to Miss Mary Ann Swayn, both of Carleton Place.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Crosby-Keays—Married, at St. James Church, Perth, on Wednesday, 17th Aug., by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, M.A., Rector of Perth, Mr. Frank L. Crosby to Miss Elizabeth Keays, eldest daughter of Mr. John Keays, all of Perth.

Perth Courier, Sept. 9, 1887

Tullis—Birth, on the 23rd August, the wife of Mr. John M. Tullis, of a son.

Crosbie-Keays—Married, at St. James Church, on the (date illegible) August, by Rev. T. J. (last name illegible), assisted by Rev. H. Farrar, Mr. Francis Lloyd Crosbie to Miss Ellen Keays, both of Perth.

Perth Courier, Sept. 16, 1887

Brown—Birth, on the 12th (?) Sept. the wife of Mr. Robert Brown, Perth, of a son.

Blackburn-Bradley—Married, at Arnprior on the 1st Sept., by Rev. S. J. Hughes, Mr. George Blackburn of Horton to Miss Jane Bradley of McNab.

Cheeters-Powers—Married, on the 12th (?) Sept., at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. H. F. Bland, Mr. Charles William Cheeters of Perth to Miss Jane Powers of Drummond.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Dewar-McLaren—Married, at Arnprior on the 31st Aug., by Rev. S. J. Hughes, Methodist Minister, Mr. Alexander Dewar of McNab to Miss Christina McLaren of the same place.

Hubbell-Carse—Married, at Almonte at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 7th Sept., by Rev. Mr. Blair, Mr. E. Hubbell of the Bank of Ottawa to Miss Annie Corse, second daughter of Mr. George Corse of Almonte. 

Elsewhere in the same paper:  It gives us much pleasure this week to announce the marriage of Mr. E. F. Huddell of the Bank of Ottawa here to Miss Annie Carse, second daughter of Mr. George Carse, Esq., Almonte, which happened on Wednesday forenoon last at the residence of the bride’s father, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Mr. Blair.  The bride was supported by her sister Miss Ida Carse and the groom by Mr. John B. Lyon of Arnprior who performed their duties charmingly.  After the ceremony the happy couple with their friends and relations sat down to a sumptuous wedding breakfast given by Mr. and Mrs. Carse.  Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell left by the noon train for their wedding tour during which they will visit Montreal, Boston, New York, Albany and other cities.

Monk-Muloch—Married, on Wed., (date illegible) inst., by Rev. Canon Muloch, uncle of the bride, assisted by Rev. Canon Langtry and Rev. Canon Osler, Mr. George W. Monk, Esq., M.P.P. for Carleton, Ontario to Miss Rosamund Phoebe Mulock, youngest daughter of the late Thomas H. Muloch, M.D.

Perth Courier, Sept. 30, 1887

Rushton-Jones—Married, at Perth on the 29th Aug., by Rev. H. Farrer, Mr. James Rushton to Miss Sarah Jones, both of Perth.

Truelove-Dowdall—Married, at St. James Church, Perth, on 20th Aug., by rev. T. J. Stiles, Mr. William Truelove to Miss Mary Jane Dowdall, both of Bathurst.

Laurie-Meredith—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 28th inst., by Rev. James Ross, B. D., Mr. John Laurie of Laurie’s Mills to Miss Sarah Meredith, daughter of Mr. John Meredith, 3d Concession Bathurst.

Perth Courier, Oct. 7, 1887

Caldwell—Birth, at Lanark Village on the 21st Sept., the wife of Mr. William Caldwell of a daughter.

Wallace-Munro—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on Wed., 25th Sept., by Rev. A. McAuly, Mr. William Wallace of Fallbrook to Miss Elizabeth Munro, eldest daughter of Mr. James Munro of McDonald’s Corners, Dalhousie.

Machan-Duncan—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 28th (?) Sept., by Rev. Jas Andrew, Mr. Andrew Machan of Lanark to Miss Annie Duncan, daughter of Mr. Joseph Park, Esq., Dalhousie.  (note, that is how it reads, Annie Duncan, daughter of Joseph Park.)

McDougall-Fair—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 30th Sept., by Rev. Joseph Andrew, Mr. Hugh McDougall to Miss Elizabeth Fair, daughter of Mr. James Fair, Esq., all of Dalhousie.

Perth Courier, October 14, 1887

Clark-McCain—Married, at the Baptist Manse, Perth, by Rev. D. Laing, 11th October, Mr. Adam Clark to Miss Janet McCain all of North Elmsley.

Devlin-Forde—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, by Rev. D. Laing, on the 12th October, Mr. John Devlin to Miss Jessie Forde, all of Perth.

Rowen-McNabb—Married, at the residence of Mr. Thomas Mackie, Pembroke on Monday, 5th October, by Rev. J. W. Millard, Mr. Joseph Rowen to Miss Bella McNabb.

Purdon-Gallagher—Married, on the 30th Sept., by Rev. E.C.W. MacCall, at the Congregational Manse, Middleville, Mr. William Purdon, Jr., to Miss Bridget Gallagher, daughter of Mr. John Gallagher, Esq., both of Dalhousie.

McIlraith-Ristoul—Married, on the 5th Oct., by Rev. Joseph (last name illegible), at the residence of the bride’s father  Mr. George Stewart McIlraith to Miss Margaret Ristoul, daughter of Mr. William J. Ristoul, Esq., all of Darling.

Wedding Bells—One of those pleasant events which mark the beginning of a new era in the life of two persons most immediately concerned, took place on Tuesday when Mr. William Legg, dentist of Ottawa was married to Miss Waugh, niece of Mr. and Mrs. B. Caldwell.  The ceremony was performed at St. Paul’s Church at 9:30 am, the officiating clergyman being the Rev. Mr. Muckstone of Ottawa.  The bride was supported by Miss Aird of Ottawa and the bridegroom by Dr. Robinson of the same place.  After the ceremony the wedding party partook of a sumptuous breakfast at the residence of Mr. B. Caldwell.  After being plentifully sprinkled with rice, the happy couple departed on their wedding tour.

An event at Kemptville most exciting, on the 28th inst, occurred when Miss Anna Mauley was married to Mr. A. H. Weagant, L. D. S., of Smith’s Falls, formerly of Yarker.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Aude (?) in the Methodist Church.  The bride was supported by her cousin and sister of the groom and Mr. George F. Cairn, Smith’s Falls, Mr. O’Loughlin of Yarker, and Mr. Hall (?) of Montreal acted as best men.  The first and second bridesmaids were dressed in cream satin with pearl ornaments while the bride and third bridesmaids wore silk and natural flowers.  The presents received were numerous and beautiful, among them being a gold watch set with precious stones, from the groom.

Perth Courier, Oct. 21, 1887

Extremely faded, two births and four marriages totally illegible.  One may be what was found elsewhere in the paper, namely:  The announcement will be found elsewhere in this paper of the marriage of two parties well known to the younger generation of Perth, Mr. R. G. Croskery, car foreman of the C.P.R. and Minnie Dick, eldest daughter of Mr. James Dick once of this town and all now residents of North Bay. The bride was assisted through the ceremony by her sister Miss Ida Dick and the same service was done for the bridegroom by Mr. J. Leslie of Montreal.  The service was performed by Rev. Mr. Hewitt, Presbyterian minister.

LaBelle-Walker—Married, at North Bay, on the 5th inst., by Rev. Mr. Gilmour, Mr. Frank S. LaBelle, son of Mr. G. LaBelle of Pembroke to Mrs. Mary Walker, daughter of Mr. Robert Richardson, of Gananoque.

Sheppherd-Walker—Married, at the residence of Mr. William A. McLaren, brother-in-law of the bride, on the 19th Oct., by Rev. James Ross, B.D., Mr. Edward J. Sheppherd of Napanee to Miss Mary R. Walker, daughter of Mr. Richard Walker of Perth.

Millar-Campbell—Married, on the evening of the 11th inst., at the residence of the bride’s sister, Mrs. Thomas Gilday, 358 St. Dominique St., Montreal, by Rev. N. Campbell, B.A., assisted by Rev. G. Heine, B.A., Rev. David Millar to Miss Jessie M. Campbell, youngest daughter of Mr. Duncan Campbell, Esq., Oliver’s Ferry.

Perth Courier, November 4, 1887

Two marriages completely illegible could not be transcribed.

Creamer-Kithcart—Married, at Perth on Wed. (date illegible) inst., by Rev. Father C - - - - , Mr. Harry Creamer to Miss Mary Kithcart, both of Smith’s Falls.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

McMillan-Barr—Married, at St. John’s Church, Smith’s Falls on the 24th inst., by Rev. Rural Dean Nesbitt, Mr. Alexander McMillan of North Burgess to Miss Carola (?) Barr, daughter of Mr. Allan Barr, North Elmsley (?).

Fenton-Coburn—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. A. W. Coburn, Pembroke, on Wed., (date illegible), inst., Mr. (first name illegible) Fenton of Ottawa to Miss Lizzie (?) Coburn, eldest daughter of Mr. A. W. Coburn of Pembroke.

Perth Courier, November 11, 1887

Stewart—Birth, on October 18, the wife of Mr. Michael Stewart, Bathurst, of a son.

Lamb-Whitelaw—Married, on the 26th Oct., at the bride’s residence by Rev. W. Blair, B.A., Mr. Frederick Lamb to Miss Lizzie Whitelaw both of Almonte.

Burke-Carnegie—Married, on Wed., 2nd Nov., by Rev. Neil Campbell, Mr. William Michael Burke of Perth to Miss Mary Jane Carnegie of Port Elmsley.

Barbey-Shane—Married, at the residence of the bridegroom, by Rev. W. H. Graham, on the 3rd November, Mr. John Barbey to Miss Rachel Shane, both of Carleton Place.  (note, unsure of BOTH surnames, the groom’s could also have been Barley.)

McTavish-Free—Married, on the 9th inst., at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. H. F. Bland (?), Mr. P.H. McTavish of Elmsley to Miss Mary Free of Perth.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Free-McKinley—Married, at Grand Forks, Dakota at the Presbyterian Church, by Rev. H. Mendenhall, Mr. R. Free, formerly of Perth to Miss Sarah McKinley of Grand Forks.

Arnley-Barber—Married, at the residence of the bride’s mother, on the 8th Nov., by Rev. James Ross, Mr. Thomas F. Arnley of Laughton (?) to Miss Sarah A. Barber of Glen Tay.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Cosit-Field—married, on Tuesday, 27th Oct., by Rev. F.L. Stephenson, assisted by Rev. Canon (?) Muloch (?), Mr. H. Huber(?) Cosit to Miss Mary Field, eldest daughter of Mr. C.E. Field, Esq.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Rosamund-S - - - -      Married, at St. Peter’s Church, Cobourg, on the 29th Oct., by Rev. James Box (?), L. L. P, Mr. William Rosamund, Esq., to Miss Evelen (?) Emma S - - - - eldest daughter of the late Col. R. H. S - - - - late of H. M. 11th (?) 14th (?) Regiment.

Hamilton-Thom—Married, at Almonte, on the 27th ult., by Rev. John Bennett, D. D., Mr. Thomas Hamilton, eldest son of Mr. Gavin Hamilton, Esq., Reeve of Ramsay to Miss Margaret Thom, eldest daughter of Mr. William Thom, Esq., Pakenham

Perth Courier, Nov. 18, 1887

Bailey-Shane—Married, on the 3rd Nov., by Rev. W. H. Graham, at the residence of the groom, Mr. John Bailey to Miss Rachel Shane, both of Carleton Place.

Donohue-Wilson—Married, by Rev. A.G. Robertson, on the 25th (?) Oct., at the residence of Mr. Johnston of Ross, Mr. Robert Donohue to Miss Rachel Wilson, both of Arnprior.

McCrimmon-Garvin—Married, by Rev. W. H. Graham, at the residence of the bride’s mother, Carleton Place, on the 27th Oct., Mr. William McCrimmon to Miss Maggie Garvin, all of Carleton Place.

Johnston-Best—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents on the 9th Nov., by Rev. W. H. Graham, Mr. James Johnston to Miss Jessie Best, 2nd daughter of Mr. D. Best, all of Carleton Place.

Wilson-Hawley—Married, at the R. C. Cathedral at Pembroke, on Monday, 7th inst., by Rev. Bernard Kiernan, Mr. James Edward Wilson of Pembroke to Miss Mary Ann Hawley of Pembroke.

Dickinson-Hicks—Married, at the residence of the bride, on the 15th Nov., by Rev. R.L. Stephenson, M.A., Mr. B.F. Dickinson to Miss Ida Clarinda Hicks, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Hicks, both of Perth.

Elsewhere in the same paper:  On Tuesday last was signalized at the residence of Mr. Thomas Hicks, Perth, by a marriage of his second daughter Ida Clarinda Hicks to Mr. B.F. Dickinson.  The marriage was solemnized at 10:30 a.m. by Rev. R. L. Stephenson.  After the ceremony a sumptuous and recherché breakfast was partaken of by the large company present.  The usual toasts and speeches having been made, the happy pair left by the 1:45 train for Toronto.

Perth Courier, Nov. 25, 1887

Willoughby-Greig—Married, at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. Mr. Walker, on the 22nd Nov., Mr. Richard Willoughby. Esq., Carleton Place to Miss Nettie Greig, Almonte.

Sheridan-Simpson—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 16th Nov., by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, Mr. William Sheridan of Smith’s Falls to Miss Sarah Anne Simpson of the Township of N. Burgess.

Perth Courier, Dec. 2, 1887

McCann—Birth, on the 16th Nov., at Perth, the wife of Mr. John McCann of a son.

McMaster—Birth, at “Fairview”, on the 18th Nov., the wife of Mr. John McMaster, of a son.

Dennison-Mair—Married, at Perth, on Thursday, 1st Dec., by Rev. M. Magillivray, M.A., of Kingston, Lt. Col. Dennison of Toronto to Miss Helen Mair, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James Mair, Esq.

Elsewhere in the same paper:  Yesterday the marriage of Lt. Col. Dennison, Police Magistrate of Toronto and Miss Helen Mair, one of Perth’s most amiable and charming daughters, was celebrated at the residence of the bride’s aunt Miss Glossup.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. M. Magillivray of Kingston, late pastor of St. Andrew’s Church here.  The marriage was a very quiet one some friends of both parties being present.  The newly married couple took the afternoon express to New York and Washington.

Chisholm-McFadden—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 24th Nov., by Rev. W. H. Graham, Mr. W. J. D. Chisholm to Miss Sarah R. McFadden, all of Carleton Place.

Burns-Stuart—Married, at Snow Road Church on Wed., 23rd Nov., by Rev. Alexander McCauley, Mr. George Burns of Perth to Miss Victoria Stuart, daughter of Mr. William Stuart, Ompah, Palmerston.

Frizelle-Cavanagh—Married, at St. James Church, Perth on the 24th Nov., by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, Mr. Richard Frizelle of North Elmsley to Miss Alice Cavanagh of Drummond.

Tatlock-Connors—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 16th Nov., by Rev. W. H. Graham, Mr. Alfred Nelson Tatlock to Miss Elizabeth Jane Connors, all of Carleton Place.

Waddell-Hilburn—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 16th inst., by Rev. Robert Knowles, Mr. John Waddell to Miss Fanny Hilburn, daughter of Mr. John Hilburn, all of Ramsay.

McDonald-Campbell—Married, at the residence of Mr. Alexander McDonald, Esq., brother of the bridegroom, Deux Rivieres, 14th Nov., by Rev. D. L. Machechne (?), Mr. Roderick McDonald to Miss Mary Campbell, of Bristol.

Etherington-Johnson—Married, at the Manse, Ferguson’s Falls,  by Rev. M.D.M. Blakely, on Wed., 16th inst., Mr. J. W. Etherington of Pembroke, son of Mr. James Etherington, Esq., Toronto, to Miss Jennie D. Johnston, daughter of Mr. James Johnson, Esq., of Beachburg.

Perth Courier, Dec. 9, 1887

Kehoe—Birth, at Drummond on the 17th Nov., the wife of Mr. John Kehoe, of a son.

Shields—Birth, at Montague on Saturday, (date illegible) ult., the wife of Mr. Henry Shields, of a daughter.

McGregor—Birth, at North Elmsley on Saturday, 3rd ult., the wife of Mr. Alexander McGregor, of a daughter.

Murphy—Birth, on Wednesday, 7th Dec., the wife of Mr. John Murphy, North Elmsley, of a son.

Sendamork—Birth, on Nov.,2, at the Parsonage, Carp Village, Carleton County, the wife of Rev.. Sendamork, of a daughter.  (note, VERY unsure of THIS surname.)

McMurchie—Birth, at Perth on the (date illegible) December, the wife of A. McMurchie, M.D., North Bay, of a son.  (note, unsure of this surname.)

Earle-Bell—Married, at Smith’s Falls at the residence of the bride on Wed., (date illegible) Nov., by Rev. A. McCann, Capt. S.C. Earle of the steamer Kingston to Mrs. Susan Bell, both of Smith’s Falls.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Ryan-Dougherty—Married, at the R. C. Church, Conway, Dakota by Rev. Connally, on the 23rd (?) Sept., Mr. Thomas Ryan, East Grand Forks, Minn., to Miss Mary Jane Dougherty, daughter of Mr. Michael Dougherty.

Perth Courier, Dec. 16, 1887

Healey-Kirk—Married, on the 7th inst., at the Methodist Church, Perth, by Rev. H.F. Bland, Mr. Talbert Alonzo Healey to Miss Martina Kirk, both of North Elmsley.

Payne-Tetlock—Married, on the 7th inst., at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. H. F. Bland, Mr. Hudson Payne to Miss Adeline Mary Tetlock, both of Drummond.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Perth Courier, Dec. 23, 1887

Barrowman-Young—Married, on the 17th inst., by Rev. J.B. Stewart, Castleford, Mr. David G. Barrowman of Drummond to Miss Jessie (?) Young of Almonte.

McLaren-Bilton—Married, at Westport, on the 14th Dec., by Rev. C. H. Emerson, at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. George R. McLaren to Miss Jennie E. Bilton, second daughter of Mr. William Bilton, Esq.

Robb-White—Married, at the residence of the bride on the 20th (?) Dec., by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, M.A., Rector of Perth, Mr. Alexander Murray Robb, Smith’s Falls, to Miss Emily White of Perth.

McCallum-Blair—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 21st inst., by Rev. Jas. Ross, B. D., Mr. James McCallum of Smith’s Falls to Miss Margaret A. Blair daughter of Mr. James Blair, 4th Concession Bathurst.

Kellough-Robertson—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 7th inst., by Rev. Robert Knowles, assisted by Rev. A.G. Robertson, Mr. Thomas Wilson Kellough to Miss Maggie Robertson, eldest daughter of Mr. James Robertson, all of Ramsay.

Murdoch-Bingham—Married, at the Manse, Ferguson’s Falls, by Rev. M. D. M. Blakely, B.A., on Tuesday, 13th inst., Mr. William M. Murdoch, eldest son of Mr. Robert Murdoch, Esq., to Miss Charlotte E. Bingham, daughter of Mr. James Bingham, Esq., of Ross.

Mackey-Carswell—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 14th Dec., by Rev. Dr. Campbell, Miss Sarah Ada Frances Carswell, eldest daughter of James Carswell, Esq., lumber merchant, to Mr. Edward Mackey, second son of Mr. William Mackey, lumber merchant, all of Renfrew.

Perth Courier, Dec. 30, 1887

Pulford—Birth, at Perth on Sat., 17th Dec., the wife of Mr. Reginald Pulford, of a son.

Allan—Birth, at Perth on Saturday, 24th Dec., the wife of Mr. J. A. Allan of a daughter.

Armstrong-Code—Married, at Christ Church, Ottawa, on Wed., 21st inst., by the Venerable Archdeacon Lauder, Mr. John R. Armstrong of Ottawa to Miss Emily Code, eldest daughter of Mr. A. Code, Inspector of Weights and Measures.

Whitelaw-MacDonald—Married, on the 26th Dec., at the residence of D. J. McLean, Esq., barrister, Ottawa, Mr. Charles Henry Whitelaw, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Whtielas, L. L. D., F. E. I. S., Canonbie, Scotland, to Miss Annie J. MacDonald, niece of the late Mr. Robert MacDonald, Esq., M.P., Eganville.

Perth Courier, Jan. 6, 1888

Sylvester-Darou—Married, on the 21st Dec., by Rev. H.F. Bland at the residence of the bride’s uncle, Mr. Edward Sylvester of Palmerston to Miss Elizabeth Darou of Bathurst.

Moulton-Widdenmeyer—Married, on the 28th Dec., at the Methodist Parsonage, by Rev. H.F. Bland, Mr. John Moulton to Miss Sophia Widdenmeyer, both of Drummond.

Rabb-McAllister—Married, at St. Andrew’s Manse, Smith’s Falls on the 20th (?) Dec., by Rev. S. Mylne, Mr. Charles Wolford Rabb to Miss Eliza McAllister, daughter of Mr. Alexander McAllister, Montague.

Bode-Campbell—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, on the 28t (?) Dec., by Rev. H. Bremmer, Mr. Thomas S. Bode to Miss Maggie F. Campbell, third daughter of Mr. James Campbell, all of Pakenham.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Waters-Cram—Married, at the “Arbal Cottage” on the 28th Dec., by Rev. A. A. Scott, M.A., Mr. George Waters of Montreal to Miss Christina Cram, eldest daughter of Mr. Peter Cram, Esq., Carleton Place.

Elsewhere in the same paper:  The Carleton Place Central Canadian says:  Mary Cram, eldest daughter of Mr. Peter Cram, Esq., and George Walters, a tall, fine looking youth of Montreal were married at Mr. Cram’s rustic residence Arbal Cottage last Wednesday evening.  The nuptials were celebrated with quiet yet joyous festivities.  Annie Cram, sister of the bride and Miss Fraser of Pembroke were maids of honor with genial Frank Clayen of Brockville with Alexander Cram, the bride’s elder brother, who were groomsmen.  After the ceremony was over they started on a trip through the western States.”

Burnie-Jack—Married, on the 29th Dec., at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. D. McDonald, M.A., Mr. John Stephenson Burnie of the C.P.R. to Miss Cecilia Robertson Jack, daughter of the late Mr. Francis Jack, all of Carleton Place.

Cossitt-Buell—Married, on Thursday, 29th Dec., at Trinity Church, Brockville by Rev. E. P. Crawford, M.A., Rector, Mr. Fremont Blak - - - Cossitt, youngest son of Mr. German M. Cossitt, Esq., to Miss Eleanor Stevens Buell, eldest daughter of Mr. J.D. Buell, Esq., of Brockville.

Perth Courier, Jan. 13, 1888

Legary-Draper—Married, on the 4th Jan., by Rev. C. E. Bland, B.A., Mr. Robert Legary of Lanark to Miss Angeline Draper of Drummond.

Dine-Miller—Married, at Ottawa, on the 24th Dec., by Rev. W. Moore, D. D., Mr. George Dine to Miss Maggie Miller, both of Carleton Place.

Hall-Elliott—Married, at the Methodist parsonage, Carleton Place, on the 28th Dec., by Rev. W. H. Graham, Mr. John Hall to Miss Mary Ann Elliott, both of Almonte.

Johnson-Heddleston—Married, at the Methodist parsonage on the 2nd inst., by Rev. A. McCann, Mr. Christian Johnson of Smith’s Falls to Miss Agnes Heddleston of North Elmsley.

Dawling-Sibbitt—Married, at the English Church parsonage, Peterboro, by Rev. J. M. E. Beck (?), Mr. P.E. Dawling to Miss Chattie (?) Sibbitt, second daughter of Mr. Alexander Sibbitt all of Carleton Place.

Herbert-Leighton—Married, on Wed., 4th Jan., by Rev. T. H. Richards, at the residence of the bride’s father, Miles Leighton, Harper’s Corners, Mr. Peter Herbert of Manitoba to Miss Emma Jane Leighton.

McArton-McCulloch—Married, on Monday, 26th Dec., by Rev. T. H. Richards, at the Methodist Parsonage, Playfair, Mr. Peter McArton of Dakota to Miss Eleanor McCulloch, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert McCulloch of Dalhousie.

McPhail-Bowes—Married, at the residence of the bride’s mother on the 10th inst., by Rev. James Ross, B.D., Mr. Donald G. McPhail of Rosebank to Miss Jennie E. Bowes, second daughter of the late Mr. John Bowes formerly of Lanark.

Perth Courier, Jan. 20, 1888

Munro—Birth on Sunday, 8th Jan., Perth, the wife of Mr. Thomas D. Munro, of a son.

Nagle—Birth, on the 27th Dec., the wife of Joseph P. Nagle, North Elmsley, of a daughter.

Flett-Thom—Married, at the residence of the bride’s brother, Almonte, on the 4th Jan., by Rev. John Bennett, D. D., Mr. William Flett to Miss Mary M. Thom of Almonte.

Perry-Headwick—Married, at the Methodist Parsonage, Arnprior, on the 28th (?) December, by Rev. S. J. Hughes, Mr. Robert J. Perry, Pakenham to Miss Ellen Headwick, Clay Banks, McNab Township.

MacDonald-Thomas—Married, at the Methodist Parsonage, Arnprior, on the 3rd Jan., by Rev. S. J. Hughes, M.A., Mr. Hugh MacDonald, Esq., of McNab, Renfrew County to Miss Minerva Thomas, of the same place.

Marshall-Givens—Married, at the residence of the bride’s grandmother, Mrs. Alexander, Kingston, on Thursday, 5th Jan., by Rev. Malcolm Magillivray, M.A., Mr. John Marshall, B.A., Pembroke to Miss Hannah Givens, second daughter of Captain E. Givens of Kingston.

Perth Courier, Jan. 27, 1888

Easton-Park—Married, at the residence of the bride’s brother, on the 20th Jan., by Rev. Joseph Andrew, Mr. John A. Easton to Miss Jane Park, daughter of Mr. David Park, Esq., all of Dalhousie.

Elliott-Jamieson—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 17th Jan., by Rev. W.S. Jamieson, the brother of the bride, Mr. John G. Elliott, second son of Mr. John Elliott of Pakenham to Miss Leila Jamieson, youngest daughter of Mr. John Jamieson of North Gower.

Perth Courier, Feb. 3, 1888

Love-Armstrong—Married, at the bride’s residence, North Elmsley on the 25th (?) Jan., by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, M.A., Rector of Perth, Mr. John Love, Minnesota, to Miss Annie Maria Armstrong, North Elmsley.

Perth Courier, Feb. 10, 1888

Gunn-McAllister—Married, at the Manse, Blakeney, on the 24th ult., by Rev. Robert Knowles, Mr. George Gunn to Miss Christina McAllister, both of Darling.

Phelen-Dougherty—Married, at the R.C. Church, Conway, Dak. (?), on the 9th Jan., by Rev. P.J. Connelly, Mr. Jas. Phelen of Inkster to Miss Maggie Dougherty, daughter of Mr. Michael Dougherty.

McLeod-McEwen—Married, on the 25th (?) 26th (?) Jan., at the residence of the bride’s mother, Bagot, by Rev. George Bremmen, Mr. Farquhar McLeod, merchant, Burnstown, to Miss Isabella McEwen.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Perth Courier, Feb. 24, 1888

Weatherhead-Coburn—Married, at the Rectory, Perth, on the 22nd  inst., by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, M.A., Rector of Perth, Mr. William Weatherhead to Miss Annie Coburn of North Crosby.

Bowes-Burns—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 8th Feb., by Rev. R. Stewart, Mr. James W. Bowes to Miss Maggie J. Burns, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Burns, both of Ramsay.

Turner-Barnett—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Almonte, on the 15th Feb., by Rev. G.J. Low, Mr. James A. Turner of Carleton Place to Miss Mary Jane Barnett, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Barnett of Almonte.

Galvin-Dowling—Married, at St. Mary’s Church, Carleton Place by Rev. Father O’Donohue (?), on the 8th Feb., Mr. James Dowling of the firm Dowling Brothers to Miss Lettie Galvin, daughter of Mr. Patrick Galvin, Esq., all of Carleton Place.

Walker-Airth—Married, at the residence of Mr. A. A. Wright, uncle of the bride, Renfrew, on the 14th inst., by Rev. W. Walker of Barrie, brother of the groom, assisted by Rev. W. Holbein, Rev. James A. K. Walker of Kingston to Miss Fanny Airth of Renfrew.

Elsewhere in the same paper:  The social event of the season has been the marriage of Fannie Airth to the Rev. Jas. A. K. Walker, former pastor of the Baptist Church of Renfrew and more recently of Almonte, which took place on the 14th inst.  He has just left to assume the charge of the Baptist Church at Kingston.  But to the young people of Renfrew the chief interest centers in the future that the fair young bride has grown up among them and has always been a companion enjoying general popularity among a circle more than usually extensive owing to wide family connections.  The marriage was celebrated quietly at the residence of the bride’s uncle Mr. A.A. Wright, the ceremony being performed by rev. W. Halbein, pastor of the Renfrew Baptist church.  Miss Robertson attended the bride as bridesmaid and H. W. Airth, brother of the bride, acted as best man.  The happy couple left on the noon train for their future home in Kingston.

Perth Courier, March 2, 1888

Couth—Birth, at Balderson on Wed., 22nd Feb., the wife of Mr. William H. Couch, of a son.

Balderson-Leighton—Married, on Wed., 22nd Feb., at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. T. H. Richards, Mr. Nathaniel S. Balderson to Miss Elizabeth Leighton, both of Bathurst.

Brann-Meredith—Married, on Thurs., 16th Feb., at the Methodist parsonage, Smith’s Falls, by Rev. Mr. McCann, Mr. John C. Brann of Smith’s Falls to Miss Eveline (?) Meredith of Mattawa.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

Barclay-Perkins—Married, on Tuesday, 31st Jan., by Rev. G. Lowe, Rector, Almonte, assisted by Rev. R. Coleman, Missionary at Lanark, Mr. John Barclay of Cape Breton, N. S., to Miss Annie M. Perkins, second daughter of Mr. Joseph Perkins of S. Sherbrooke.

Saunders-Drummond—Married, on Wed., 22nd Feb., at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. D. McDonald, M.A., Mr. Thomas John Saunders of Montague to Miss Margaret Jane Drummond, daughter of the late Mr. James Drummond of Beckwith.

Perth Courier, March 9, 1888

Ferrier—Birth, on Monday, 21st Feb., the wife of Mr. John Ferrier, Sr., Scotch Line, of a daughter.

Burnett-Scott—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Clements Block, Perth, on Tuesday, 6th March, by Rev. D. Laing, Mr. Morris Burnett, Buffalo, NY to Miss Emma Scott, Perth.

Perth Courier, March 16, 1888

Bell—Birth, at 126 Kennedy Street, Winnipeg, Sat., 3rd March, the wife of Mr. C. N. Bell, Esq., of a daughter.

Stuart—Birth, at “The Manse”, Balderson, Sat., 10th March, a daughter born to Rev. and Mrs. James G. Stuart.

Ruttle-Moulton—Married, by Rev. A. C. Chambers, on the 25th (?) Oct., at the residence of Mr. William Simpson of Goulbourne, Mr. Ruttle of Innisville to Miss Maggie J. Moulton, of Carleton Place.

Keays-Balderson—Married, at the residence of the bride’s brother, Nathaniel Balderson, on Wed., (date illegible) Feb., by Rev. James G. Stuart, Mr. William Keays to Miss Maggie Balderson, both of Balderson.

Arthur-Paterson—Married, at the residence of the bride’s mother, on the (date illegible) Feb., by Rev. Robert Knowles, Mr. Jas. Arthur to Miss Ellen Paterson, eldest daughter of the late Mr. B. Paterson, all of Ramsay.

Whitten-Miller—Married, on the 2nd March, at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. E.C.W. MacCall, assisted by Rev. A. W. Main, Belleville and Rev. R. W. Day, Lanark, Mr. Norman Whitten to Miss Maggie Miller, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Richard Miller, all of Lanark.


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