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Births & Marriages - Perth Courier & Others

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Perth Courier, August 8, 1890

Armour—Birth, at North Burgess on the 7th inst., the wife of Mr. Andrew Armour of a daughter.

Moodie—Birth, at Burgess on the 24th (?) ult, the wife of Mr. Abraham Moodie of a son.

Rathwell—Birth, at Perth, on the (date illegible), the wife of Mr. Charles Rathwell of a son.

Lowe—Birth, at Perth on Tuesday, 5th inst., the wife of Mr. E. (?) D. Lowe, of a daughter.

Campbell—Birth, at the Manse, Oliver’s Ferry, on the 25th (?) July, the wife of Rev. N. Campbell, of a daughter.

Burgess—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 4th Aug., the wife of Thomas Burgess of a son.

Campbell—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 31st July, the wife of Mr. G. Campbell, of a daughter.

Edmonds—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 4th Aug., the wife of Mr. H. C. Edmonds of a son.

Flegg—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 2nd Aug., the wife of Mr. John Flegg, a son, still born.

Bell—Birth, at Beckwith on the 29th (?) July, the wife of Mr. James Bell, of a son.

Burns—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 4th Aug., the wife of Mr. Thomas Burns, of a son.

Gamsby-Esson—Married, at St. John’s Church, Portsmouth, Ontario on the 28th (?) July by rev. W. H. Smythe, Mr. Guy (?) Alwin Gamsby of Gananoque to Miss Helen Esson, youngest daughter of the late Robert Esson of Napanee.

Stewart-Yuill—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 30th July, by Rev. Joseph Andrew, Mr. George Stewart to Miss Gracie Yuill, daughter of Mr. A. B. Yuill, Esq., all of Lanark.

The latest news of an extremely pleasant nature of the fact that Mr. P.C. Macnee, barrister of Pleton, Ontario, eldest son of Mr. Duncan Macnee of Perth, has deserted the bachelor state and has succumbed to that great seducer of mankind, cupid’s dart.  Mr. Macnee has just been married at Victoria, B.C. to Miss Bennett of that city and formerly of Dundas, Ontario.  Our oldest slipper is hurled at the bridegroom and his bride and we wish them many happy days.

Perth Courier, Aug. 15, 1890

Noonan—Birth, on Friday, 1st Aug., at Bathurst, the wife of Mr. James Noonan, Jr., of a daughter.

Sharpe—Birth, on Sunday, 10th Aug., at Perth, the wife of Mr. William Sharpe, of a son.

Farry—Birth, at Perth on Wednesday, 6th Aug., the wife of Mr. D. Farry, of a daughter.

Robertson—Birth, at Perth, on Wednesday, 31st (?) July, the wife of Mr. Andrew Robertson, of a son.

Harvey—Birth, on Monday, 4th Aug., the wife of Mr. George Harvey of West Toronto Junction of a son.

Bowland-Patterson—Married, on Tuesday, 5th Aug. at St. James Church, Perth by Rev. R. Coleman, Mr. Hugh C. Bowland of Almonte to Miss Mathilda M. Patterson of Perth.

Macnee-Bennett—Married, on the 29th July, at the residence of the bride’s father, Victoria, B.C., by Rev. Donald Fraser, M.A., Mr. P.C. Macnee , barrister, Picton, to Miss Maggie Bennett, third daughter of Mr. James H. Bennett, Esq.

Perth Courier, Aug. 22, 1890

Walker—Birth, at Perth on Thurs., 14th inst., Mrs. W. F. Walker of a daughter.

McCann—Birth, at Burgess on the 17th Aug., the wife of Mr. A. McCann of a son.

Hockenhill—Birth at Carleton Place on the 15th (?) Aug., the wife of Mr. George Hockenhill of the C.P.R. of a daughter.  (note, unsure of this surname.)

Dewar—Birth, at Carleton Place on the (date illegible) August, the wife of Mr. Alexander Dewar, of a son(?) (blotted, but the word seems to end in an ‘n’.)

Griffith—Birth at Carleton Place on the 7th Aug., the wife of Mr. J.E. (?) Griffith of a son

Manson—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 13th (?) Aug., the wife of Mr. J. M. Manson, of twins a son and a daughter. (unsure of this surname.)

Thornton—Birth, at Perth on Thursday, 21st inst., the wife of Mr. James Thornton of a son.

Burns—Birth, on Wed., 20th inst., the wife of Mr. John Burns, 5th Concession Drummond, of a son.

Reid—Birth, at Perth on Friday, 15th Aug., the wife of Mr. Samuel Reid, of a daughter.  (unsure of this surname.)

Green-Morris—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, James Morris of Bathurst, on the (date illegible) August(?), by Rev. W. G. Henderson, Mr. Frederick Green of Portland to Miss Susie (?) Morris.

Andison-Frizzelle—Married, at the Methodist Parsonage, Perth, on the 13th inst., by Rev. W. G. Henderson, Mr. James A. Andison of Drummond to Miss Hattie Frizelle of North Elmsley.

Perth Courier, Aug. 29, 1890

Malcolm—Birth, at Smith’s Falls on the 25th Aug., the wife of Mr. A. S. Malcolm, of a son.

McLean-Palmer—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 26th inst., by Rev. James Ross, B.D., Mr. John F. McLean of Oliver’s Ferry to Miss Helen Palmer, daughter of Mr. George Palmer of N. Burgess.

McLachlin-VanCourtlandt—Married, on Wednesday, 20th Aug., at the residence of Mr. E.W. Strathy, Lachine, Claude McLachlin of Arnprior to Miss Mabel VanCourtlandt, daughter of the late Edward VanCourtlandt, M.D., Ottawa.

Perth Courier, September 5, 1890

Murphy—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 24th Aug., the wife of Mr. J. L. Murphy, of a daughter.

Brown—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 29th Aug., the wife of Mr. John Brown, of a daughter.

Bennett—Birth, at Carleton Place on the 30th Aug., the wife of Mr. Noble Bennett, of a son.

Beatty—Birth, at Perth on Monday, 1st Sept., the wife of Mr. William Beatty, of a daughter.

Cuthbertson—Birth, at Bathurst on the 24th (?) 29th (?) Aug., the wife of Mr. George Cuthbertson of a daughter.

Campbell-Ferguson—Married, at the Manse, Balderson, on the 27th Aug., by Rev. J. S. McIlraith, Lanark, Mr. Archibald M. Campbell of Lanark to Miss Margaret Jane Ferguson of Harper, Ont.

Lanark Links:  Married, at the home of the bride on Tuesday evening, Jas. Young to Bella Jones.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. N. Bessie.  The happy couple intend living in the village.

Perth Courier, Sept. 19, 1890

Park-Easton—Married, at St. James Church, Dalhousie, on the 10th (?) Sept., by Rev. Joseph Andrew, A. H. Park to Miss Agnes Easton, daughter of Mr. David Easton, Esq., all of Dalhousie.

Rogers-Murphy—Married, at St. James Church, Perth, by Rev. R. W. Rayson, missionary at New Boyse and Lombardy, Mr. John Rogers of the Township of Bastard to Miss Jane Murphy of Portland.

Poole-Meighen—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, Perth, on Wed., 17th Sept., by Rev. A. H. Scott, Mr. John M. Poole, editor and publisher of the Perth “Star” to Miss Isabella Meighen, daughter of Mr. Charles Meighen, Esq.

Elsewhere in the same paper:

On Wednesday forenoon a number of friends gathered at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meighen to witness the marriage of their second daughter Bella to John M. Poole, proprietor of the “Star”.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. H. Scott, Presbyterian minister after which the company sat down to a sumptuous repast prior to the newly joined couple setting out on their wedding journey.  A handsome and numerous lot of presents were given the bride by her friends and acquaintances in town and elsewhere.

Lanark Links:  At Fallbrook on Tuesday at 2:00 pm Miss Maggie Anderson of that place was married to Mr. McNabb of North Bay .  Rev. Mr. Anderson of Middleville officiated.

W. Bryson Magee and Miss M. Watchorn, both of Merrickville were united in marriage in that village by Rev. E. (?) L. (?) Houston, rector in that church.  The bride was supported by the groom’s sister Ida Magee and Miss McPherson while John Meikle of Smith’s Falls and G. L. Putnam acted as best men.  The bride is a long time resident of Lanark Village .

Perth Courier, Sept. 12, 1890

Gamble-Bowles—Married, at St. James Church, Perth on the 10th Sept., by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, M.A., Rector of Perth, assisted by Rev. Richard Colman, Mr. James W. Gamble of Bathurst to Miss Margaret Bowles.

Rogers-Murphy—Married, on the 10th Sept. by Rev. Richard Colman, Mr. J. F. Rogers to Miss Jane Murphy both of Bathurst.

Perth Courier, Sept. 26, 1890

Adams —Birth, age Glen Tay, Bathurst , on Sunday, 21st Sept., the wife of Mr. F. M. Adams of a son.

Hamill—Birth, at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba , on the 13th Sept. the wife of Mr. Thomas Hamill of a son.

Davis —Birth, on Sunday, 20th Sept., the wife of Mr. John Davis of a son.

Weber—Birth, at Perth on the 19th Sept., the wife of Mr. L. Weber, of a son.

Allan—Birth, on Sunday, 14th Sept., the wife of Mr. Frank Allan, Caroline Village , of a son.

Henderson-Park—Married, on the 18th Sept., at the residence of the bride’s father, Joseph Park, by Rev. James McIlroy, Mr. William Henry Henderson of Lanark Township to Miss Mary Park of Dalhousie.

Oatway/- - ins—Married, at the Manse, Smith’s Falls, on the 13th Aug., by Rev. Mr. Nixon, Mr. William Oatway of North Burgess to Miss Olive - - ins, daughter of Mr. Arthur - - ns of Bathurst.

Hungerford-Baker—Married, at Smith’s Falls on Wed., 3rd Sept. by Rev. J. W. Weeks, Mr. William Hungerford of Coughdemny (?) New York to Miss Jennie H. Baker of S. Burgess.

Coons-McLennan—Married, by Rev. A. H. Scott, M.A., on Tues., 23rd inst., at the residence of the bride’s mother, Scotch Line, Perth, Mr. Albert Coons to Miss Grace McLennan, daughter of the late Mr. Jno. McLennan of Burgess.

Perth Courier, October 3, 1890

Hamill—Birth, at Perth , on the 29th Sept., Mrs. James Hamill of a daughter. 

McTavish—Birth, at Perth on the 29th Sept., the wife of Mr. Peter McTavish, of a daughter.

Fournier-Rutherford—Married, on Wed., 1st Oct., by Rev.Alex McAulay, Mr. Fournier of S. Sherbrooke to Miss Janet Rutherford, daughter of Mr. William Rutherford, of N. Sherbrooke.

Cameron-Wilson—Married, on the 30th Sept., at the Manse, Lanark, by the bride’s father, Alex Cameron, M.D. to Miss Marion K. Wilson, daughter of Rev. James Wilson.

Elsewhere in the same paper:

Lanark Links:  On Tuesday at 11:00 Marion K. Wilson, daughter of Rev. Jas. Wilson of the Presbyterian Church was married to Dr. A. Cameron of this place.  Mr. Wilson performed the ceremony.

Perth Courier, October 10, 1890

Johnston —Birth, at Carleton Place on the 3rd Oct., the wife of William Johnston, of twin daughters.

Davidson—Birth, at Drummond on the 2nd Concession, 5th inst., the wife of Robert Davidson of a son.

Donnelly—Birth, at Perth on the 6th inst., the wife of Mr. Neil Donnelly, of a son.

Cuthbertson—Birth, at Bathurst , 3rd Line, on the 26th Sept. the wife of Mr. John Cuthbertson, of a son.

Lewis—Birth, at Glen Tay on the 4th inst., the wife of Mr. John Lewis, of a daughter.

Watson-Devlin—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents on Wed., 8th Oct., by Rev. Mr. Colman, Mr. Robert E. Watson of Gananoque to Miss Maggie Elizabeth Devlin, daughter of Mr. William Devlin of Perth.

Cowan-Clarke—Married, on the 25th Sept., at the residence of the bride’s parents, by Rev. A. Allen, B.A., Mr. John A. Cowan, editor of the Shawville Equity to Miss Maggie Clarke, eldest daughter of Mr. William Clarke of Clark’s Station, Clarendon.

Johnston-Kenny—Married, on the 30th Sept., at Arnprior, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. William Raney, Mr. Edwin K. Johnston editor of the Arnprior Waterman (?) to Miss Eliza Ann Burkitt Kenny, third daughter of Mr. T. W. Kenny, Esq.

Rankin-McDiarmid—Married, at the residence of the bride’s brother, P. McDiarmid, on the 4th Concession Beckwith, on the 1st Oct., by Rev. D. McDiarmid, uncle of the bride, Mr. Daniel Rankin of Vankleck Hill to Miss Kate McDiarmid, daughter of the late Peter McDiarmid of Beckwith.

Perth Courier, Oct. 17, 1890

Duncan-Dobbie—Married, on the 8th Oct., by Rev. James Wilson, at the residence of the bride’s father, William Duncan of Dalhousie to Miss Jane Dobbie, second daughter of Mr. David Dobbie, Esq. 2nd line Lanark.

Forbes-Somerville—Married, at Middleville by Rev. J. Andrew, on Friday, 3rd Oct., Mr. David W. Forbes to Miss Lizzie Somerville, both of the Township of Lanark.

Barrie-Prince—Married, on the 8th Oct., at Middleville, by Rev. J. Andrew, Mr. James Barrie to Miss Gertrude Prince, both of Dalhousie.

Somerville-Rodgers—Married, at Middleville by Rev. J. Andrew on the 8th Oct., Mr. John T. Somerville to Miss Elizabeth Rodgers, daughter of Mr. William Rodgers, all of Lanark.

Baird-Paul—Married, at Middleville on the 8th Oct., by Rev. J. Andrew, Mr. Andrew H. Baird to Miss Mary Paul, daughter of Mr. Robert Paul, all of Dalhousie.  (note, unsure of groom’s surname.)

A very enjoyable event took place at the residence of John Mair, Lanark Village on Tuesday afternoon last, 14th Oct., at 5:00 pm which robbed our village of one of its fairest daughters in the person of Carrie Mair, only daughter of Mr. John Mair to Mr. A. H. Glass, bookkeeper for Messrs Wylie and Co., Almonte.  He is a young man popularly known and highly esteemed in that town.  The wedding was conducted quietly there being present only the nearest friends.  Rev. W. N. Bessey, pastor of the Congregational Church performed the marriage ceremony.  The bride was neatly dressed in a drab traveling suit and was attended by Miss Pollock of Almonte and Miss Dulmage of Appleton while the groom was supported by Messrs. Newman of Almonte and John Mair, brother of the bride.  Mr. and Mrs. Glass left shortly after the ceremony on their wedding tour driving to Carleton Place where they took the train for Montreal and other points.  Several guns were fired off in honor of the occasion.  The presents to Mrs. Glass were numerous and costly and of a great variety coming from Lanark, Almonte, Carleton Place, Perth, Toronto, Manitoba and other places.

Perth Courier, October 24, 1890

Manion—Birth, at the 2nd Line Bathurst on the 13th Oct., the wife of Mr. Simon Manion, of a daughter.

Cameron—Birth, at Perth on the 16th Oct., the wife of Mr. Alexander Cameron, of twin daughters.

Williams—Birth, at Perth on the 19th Oct., the wife of Mr. George Williams of a daughter.

McLelland-Magee—Married, at Merrickville on the 15th inst., by Rev. G. Robers, assisted by Rev. J. G. Patten, Mr. B.A. McLelland, manager of the Union Bank of Canada to Miss Lulu Belle Magee, daughter of Mr. W. H. Magee.

Wesley-Moore—Married, at Asbury Methodist Church , Perth , by Rev. W. G. Henderson , on the 20th Oct., Mr. Thomas Wesley to Miss Maggie Moore, both of Maberly.

Fagan-Griffith—Married, at St. George’s Church, Montreal, on Wednesday, 22nd Oct., by Rev. Dean Carmichael, Mr. William J. Fagan of Chicago to Miss Margery Griffith, second daughter of Mr. Edward Griffith, Perth.

Mattes-Sinclair—Married, on the evening of the 13th Oct., at St. Andrew’s Church, Carleton Place, by Rev. D. McDonald, M.A., Mr. Edward Curtis Mattes of Pueblo, Colorado, to Miss Jeanette Sinclair, daughter of Mr. Findlay Sinclair of Carleton Place.

McQuat-Buffan—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father Snow Road on the 15th Oct., by Rev. A. McAulay, Miss Annie Maud Buffan, eldest daughter of Mr. Elisha Buffan to Mr. Arthur McQuat son of David McQuat of Dalhousie.

McCue-Miller—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, Elphin, on Wednesday, 15th Oct., by Rev. A. McAulay, Mr. Barry McCue, son of Mr. John McCue of Balderson to Miss Maggie Miller, second daughter of Mr. John Miller.

Chamberlain-Davidson—Married, at Perth, at the residence of the bride’s father, 15th Oct., by Rev. J. Mackie, Mr. Hiram W. Chamberlain of Pembroke to Miss Jessie Davidson, daughter of Mr. Andrew Davidson.

O’Loughlin-Merrick—Married, at Athens, Ontario on the 15th Oct., Mr. Henry O’Loughlin of St. Catharines to Miss Gertrude Merrick, third daughter of Mr. W. R. Merrick of Merrickville.

Perth Courier, October 31, 1890

Harvey —Birth, on Tuesday, 28th inst., the wife of Mr. William Harvey, Scotch Line, of a daughter.

McDonald-Tullis—Married, at St. Andrew’s Manse, Perth, by Rev. A. H. Scott, M.A., on the 21st Oct., Mr. John McDonald of Bathurst to Mr. M. Tullis of Drummond.

Greigg-Habe—Married, on Wednesday, 22nd Oct., at the Talbot Street Baptist Church, London, by Rev. W.J. McKay, B.A., Rev. Ernest Greigg, pastor of the Baptist Church, Perth, to Mary Habe of St. John, N.B.

Cameron-Hanna—Married, at the residence of Mr. David Miller, Esq., 2nd Concession Bathurst on the 29th Oct., by Rev. James Ross, B.D., Mr. Robert Cameron to Miss Ida Ann Hanna.

Wood-McDougall—Married, at the residence of Mr. Duncan McDougall, Elphin on the 21st Oct., by Rev. A. McAulay, Mr. Delbert Wood, merchant, son of Mr. Robert Wood, Snow Road, to Miss Mary McDougall, daughter of the late Mr. Alexander McDougall, Elphin.

Christopher Kelly of Pembroke and Mary Celia Marion of Douglas were married in the Catholic church at the latter place on the 21st October.

Perth Courier, November 7, 1890

Watt-Morgan—Married, on the 28th Oct. at the residence of the bride’s parents, by Rev. W. Coombe, Mr. Alexander Watt of Palmerston Township to Miss Susan Morgan, youngest daughter of Mr. D. Morgan of the Township of Barrie.

Moulton-Lennon—Married, on the 28th Oct., by Rev. W. Somerville at the Methodist Parsonage, Birtle (?), Manitoba, Mr. Joseph Moulton of Rossburn, Manitoba to Miss Sarah Lennon of Lanark.

Mr. J. Wilson has the honor of conveying to Perth two of our most respected young men, Charles McIlraith, Jr., and his cousin John Roberts.  The former is on his way to Glengarry where he means to cross the matrimonial line on Wednesday at the residence of the bride’s parents.  The happy lady of his choice is Kate McLeod who is to be assisted by her younger sister Bella McLeod while Charlie will be supported by his cousin John Roberts. 

The Hamilton Herald announces the marriage of William A. Allan of the Merchants Bank, Winnipeg to Maud Roberts, at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. D.E. Roberts of Hamilton, by the Rev. Mr. Boville, Baptist minister.  The bridal couple left the next morning for a trip through the western states.  Mr. Allan is a son of Mr. William Allan of the Scotch Line.

Perth Courier, November 14, 1890

Lascoline—Birth, at Palmer, Mass., on the 29th (?) Oct., the wife of Mr. Jacob Lascoline of a son.  (note, unsure of this surname.)

Aeger—Birth, at Perth on the 8th Nov., the wife of Mr. D. Aeger of a daughter.  (note, unsure of this surname.)

O’Meara—Birth, in Perth on the 9th Nov., the wife of Mr. Jas. O’Meara, of a son.

Robertson—Birth, on the Scotch Line, on the 8th Oct., the wife of Mr. Alexander Robertson, of a daughter.

Wright—Birth, at Kingston, on the 27th Oct., the wife of Mr. W. Wright, of a son.

Affleck—Birth, on Tuesday, 11th inst., the wife of Mr. J. K. Affleck, Middleville, of a daughter.

Armour—Birth, on Thursday, 13th Nov., the wife of Mr. Ephraim Armour, 6th Concession Bathurst, of a son.

Roche-Burke—Married, at the Rectory, Perth on the (date illegible) Oct.(?) by Rev. R. L. Stephenson, M.A., Rector of Perth, Mr. Michael Roche of Minneapolis to Miss Jane Burke of the village of Lanark.  (note, unsure of both of these surnames.)

Wood-Lee—Married, on Wed. 5th Nov., by Rev. Mr. McAulay, Miss Mary Jane Wood, second daughter of Mr. R. Wood to Mr. Robert Lee, son of Mr. John Lee of N. Sherbrooke.  (note, unsure of bride’s surname.)

Code-Leslie   Married, at Ottawa at the residence of the parents of the bride, on Wed., 12tn Nov., by Rev. Dr. Forries of Knox Pres. Church, Mr. Thomas Code of Perth to Miss Jennie Leslie, daughter of Mr. Leslie.

Elsewhere in the same paper

WE take pleasure in announcing the marriage of T.A. Code, Mayor of Perth, to one of Ottawa’s most popular daughters, Miss Jennie Leslie daughter of Mr. John Leslie Esq., a leading jeweler of Ottawa.  The ceremony was performed at “Kininvie” the residence of the bride’s parents.  Rev. Dr. Forries of Knox Presbyterian Church.  The marriage was a very quiet one only the immediate friends of both the contracting parties being present.  The bride had for her assistants two young girls, Irene Leslie and May Cameron while R. G. Code, barrister, did similar duty for his brother the groom.  The presents to the bride were numerous and handsome.  After the usual wedding meal the bride and groom left on their bridal tour at 5 pm for Boston, New York, Philadelphia and other U.S. cities.

Perth Courier, Nov. 21, 1890

Campbell—Birth, on Friday, 14th Nov., the wife of Mr. Ralph S. Campbell, North Elmsley, of a daughter.

Rutherford-Henderson—Married, on Wed. 12th Nov., at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. Mr. McAulay, Miss Sarah Rutherford, daughter of Mr. Robert Rutherford 12th Line Bathurst, to Mr. George Henderson, Herron’s Mills, Lanark Township.

McKillop-Fraser—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on Monday, 3rd inst., by Rev. R. McNabb, Mr. Alexander McKillop, Esq., of Beachburg to Miss Mary Fraser, daughter of Mr. Thomas Fraser, Reeve of Westmeath.

Hope-Campbell—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father by Rev. M.D.M. Blakely, on Wed., 5th inst., Mr. Samuel Hope, son of Samuel Hope, Esq., Arnprior to Miss Annie J. Campbell, daughter of Mr. N. W. Campbell, Esq., Cobden.

Perth Courier, November 28, 1890

Dennison—Birth on the 20th inst., the wife of Lt. George T. Dennison of a daughter

Hall—Birth, on the 21st inst., the wife of Mr. Jas. Hall, S. Sherbrooke, of a daughter.

Roberts—Birth, on the 24th inst., the wife of Mr. Robert Roberts, Drummond, of a daughter.

Miller—Birth, at Lanark Township on the 11th November, the wife of Mr. B. Miller of a son.

Smith—Birth, at Lanark Township on the 11th November, the wife of Mr. Charles Smith, of a son.

McInnes—Birth, at Lanark on Sat., 22nd November, the wife of Mr. Jas. D. McInnes, of a son.

Smith—Birth, at Lanark on Tuesday, 26th inst., the wife of Mr. John Smith of a son.

McMunn-Stillar—Married, at Perth on the 26th (?) Nov., by Rev. W. G. Henderson, Mr. J. Deacon McMunn to Miss Maggie Stillar, of Bathurst.

Dunham-Weaver—Married, at Port Elmsley on Wed., 19th Nov., by Rev. Mr. Bowler, Methodist Minister, Miss Annie Dunham, daughter of Mr. H. N. Dunham to Mr. Weaver of West Winchester.

Elsewhere in the same paper:

Port Elmsley—One of the great events of the season was the wedding in the west end at the residence of H. N. Dunham.  The guests assembled at 4:00 Wednesday last week to witness the ceremony which was performed by Rev. Mr. Dowler, Methodist minister of Lombardy when Annie Dunham of this place and Mr. Weaver of Winchester were made one after which tea was served.  A very pleasant evening was spent about 40 being present.  Next day the happy couple left by the 4:00 express for their new home, carrying with them the best wishes of the community.

Perth Courier, December 5, 1890

Lee—Birth, on Tuesday, 2nd Dec., the wife of Mr. William Lee of Bathurst of a daughter.

Miller—Birth, at Dalhousie on the 30th Nov., the wife of Mr. Benjamin Miller of a daughter.

Tait—Birth, at Perth on Saturday, 22nd Nov., the wife of Mr. Walter Tait, of a son.

Payne—Birth, on Wed., 26th Nov., the wife of Mr. Hudson Payne of 2nd Concession Drummond, of a daughter.

Hope—Birth, on Sunday, 30th (?) Nov., the wife of Mr. Andrew Hope, Devil’s Lake, Dakota, of a son.

Storie—Birth, in Dalhousie on November (??), the wife of Mr. James Storie of twin daughters.

Brownlee—Birth, on the 2nd December, the wife of Mr. David Brownlee, Bathurst, of a son.

Farrell—Birth, at Lanark on the 2nd December, the wife of Mr. John A. Farrell of a daughter.

McLanahan—Birth, at Lanark on Tuesday, (illegible date), the wife of Mr. Edward McLanahan, of a son.

Steele-Downey—Married, on the 1st Dec., at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. W. J. Cruthers, M.A., Mr. James E. Steele to Miss Eliza Downey, all of Carleton Place.

Sadlar-Turner—Married, at the residence of the groom’s mother, Carleton Place on the 24th (?) Nov., by Rev. A.A. Scott, M.A., Mr. T. J. Sadlar of Carleton Place to Miss Marian Turner of Huntley.

Mailland-Gould—Married, on the 26th Nov., at the residence of the bride, Smith’s Falls, by Rev. John Crombie, Mr. John Mailland of Smith’s Falls to Adelia Gould, daughter of the late Mr. H. Johnson Assistant Commissioner of Crown Lands, Toronto, and widow of the late Jason Gould, Esq.

Perth Courier, Dec. 12, 1890

Shaw—Birth, on Monday, 8th Dec., the wife of Mr. Jas. Shaw, 7th Concession Drummond, of a son.

Lillie—Birth, at Perth on Thursday, 4th Dec., the wife of Mr. Robert Lillie, of a daughter.

Ferrier-Hossie—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father on the 10th inst., by Rev. James Ross, B.D., Mr. James Ferrier of the Scotch Line to Miss Margaret Hossie, second daughter of Mr. William Hossie, 3rd Line Bathurst.

Neilson-Cram—Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, William Street, Carleton Place on the 3rd inst., by Rev. T. Fothergill, Mr. Frank Neilson to Miss Flora Cram, daughter of Mr. Daniel Cram, all of Carleton Place.

Finlay-McDonald—Married, at Smith’s Falls on the 27th Nov., by Rev. J.W. Weeks, Mr. John Finlay to Miss Annie McDonald, both of N. Elmsley.

Barton-Woods—Married, at Smith’s Falls on the 27th Nov., by Rev. J.W. Weeks, Mr. Joseph Barton of Montague to Miss Martha Woods of N. Elmsley.

Perth Courier, Dec. 19, 1890

Hickey—Birth, at Lanark on Sunday, 14th Dec., the wife of Mr. James Hickey of a daughter.

Cram-Love—Married, at Perth, on the 17th Dec., by Rev. James Ross, B.D., Mr. Daniel Cram of Oso to Miss Elizabeth Love, daughter of Mr. John Love of N. Sherbrooke.

Perth Courier, Dec. 26, 1890

Gamble—Birth at Bathurst on the 12th Dec., the wife of Mr. William Gamble of a daughter.

Stewart—Birth, at Lanark on the (date illegible) December, the wife of Mr. Robert Stewart of a son.

Somerville—Birth, at Middleville on the 21st (?) 23rd (?) Dec., the wife of Mr. Robert Somerville of a son.

Manders-Butterill—Married, on the 17th inst., by Rev. J. Follick, at the residence of the bridegroom’s brother, Maberly, Mr. John Manders of Maberly, merchant, to Miss Hannah Mary Butterill of Hinchinbrooke (?).

Grunnell-Dowson—Married, at the residence of the bride’s mother on the 23rd Dec., by Rev. W. G. Henderson, Mr. Thomas W. Grunnell to Miss Mary Dowson, daughter of the late Mr. William Dowson of N. Elmsley.  (note, unsure of both surnames.)


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