From the files of the Lafayette Advertiser
Married, at Opelousas, La., on the evening of June 11, 1889, Mr. William Gardner, of
Washington, La., to Miss Eugenia Marsh, of Lafayette, La. The young couple will make
their future home in Opelousas.
Married, on Monday (Feb. 13, 1893) evening, at St. John's church, Miss Alice,
daughter of Hon. Martial Billaud, of Broussardville, was united
in the holy bonds of matrimony to Hebert Billaud, deputy sheriff
of this parish and a well known and prosperous business man of
Lafayette. Although the ceremony was private, we are informed
a large audience awaited the couple at the church, and after the
wedding extended their congratulations to the couple at the
residence of Mr. Hirsch, where a fine luncheon was prepared.
On last Tuesday (Feb. 14, 1893) evening at 7:30 o'clock, in St. Mary's church in
Algiers, Mr. Lewis Cunningham and Miss Madeile Irwin were united
in the bonds of holy matrimony. The bride will be remembered by
the people of Lafayette, where she formerly resided.
at the Church of St. John on
Wednesday July 26th (1893), at 6 o'clock,
p. m. by the Rev: Father Healey,
Miss Annette Martin and Mr. Maurice Francez.
The Advertiser extends to Mr. and Mrs. Francez its
congratulations and trusts that life
may have in store for them a full
measure of prosperity and happiness.
Married at St. John's Catholic Church at Lafayette Thursday, May 28th, 1903, Miss Mary Nydia
Campbell, daughter of Hon. Wm. Campbell, District Attorney of Lafayette Parish, and Mr. J.
Horace Mouton, son of Mr. Edmond Mouton. Many were the friends who attended the ceremony
and many were the wishes of happiness expressed for the young couple.
The wedding of Miss Mina
Feitel, daughter of Hon. Henry
Feitel, of Esterwood La., and Mr.
James Jennings Holt of Fort
Worth, Texas, was quietly solemnized last Monday,
July 6th, 1903 at
high noon at the beautiful home
of the bride's sister, Mrs. J.
Kollitz at Estherwood.
The marriage ceremony was
performed by Hon. Judge Debaillon, and immediately
luncheon was served. They left
on the evening train for their future home in Fort Worth, followed by the good wishes of the
Last Wednesday, Oct. 25th, Miss Viola
Young, a charming and popular
young lady of this city, was
married at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Geo. Babcock.
The fortunate groom was Mr.
Raymond Neibert, a young
business man of Cincinnati. The
house was beautifully decorated
for the occasion, but the wedding
was very quiet, only the immediate family and a few intimate
friends being present, Father
Charles performed the ceremony. The happy couple left on the
afternoon train for Cincinnati,
which will be their future home,
and with them went the best
wishes of a large number of
friends for their future happiness.
An interesting social event of
the week was the marriage
Thursday, Oct. 26th, of Miss Elizabeth
Bailey, the charming daughter
of Mrs. W. B. Bailey, and Mr.
Jerome Mouton, a popular young
lawyer, who belongs to a prominent and widely connected
family in this section of the
State. At the hour set for the
wedding a large number of
friends had assembled at the
church to greet the bridal party.
The bride beautifully gowned in
white swiss over china silk and
carrying a bouquet of roses and
ferns, entered leaning on the
arm of her brother-in-law, Mr.
J. A. Roy, while the wedding
march was played. She was
preceded by her sister, Miss
May Bailey, the maid of honor
who was becomingly dressed in
white silk trimmed with lace.
She carried a bouquet of pink
The groom and his best man
Mr. Chas. Debaillon, met the
party at the altar. At the conclusion of the marriage service
which was impressively performed by Father Charles. Mrs.
J. R. Domengeaux, and Mr. and
Mrs. F. V. Mouton sang a
beautiful Ave Maria.
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