In LeRay on the 20th inst. By the Rev. I. A. Rosseel, Mr. EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN, and Miss ANN P. KELSEY, both of LeRay.
In this village, on Sabbath evening, the 24th inst. By Rev. J. A. Nash, Mr. J. S. LUDDINGTON to Miss CAROLINE HERRICK, all of this village.
On the 4th by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. M. D. DELANO of Watertown to Miss JENNETTE M., eldest daughter of Hiram Sutton, Esq. Of Copenhagen.
In Antwerp, on the 11th inst., by Rev. C. B. Pond, WM. ROBINSON, M.D., to Miss ELLEN, only daughter of Mr. Henry Welch, all of Antwerp village.
On Thursday evening, at the Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. E. G. Townsend, Mr. EDWARD A. DODGE, to Miss LOUISE J. GRIFFIN, all of Sackets Harbor.
On Wednesday evening, the 3d inst. At Christ's Church, in S. Harbor, by the Rev. Mr. Stearnes, Mr. J. S. COOK, to Miss CLARISSA HARLOW.
We are pleased also to announce the marriage last week of Miss JANE JULY, of Alexandria Bay, to WILLIAM SHAVER of Perch River.
(From Cape Vincent)
It is with pleasure that your correspondent announces the marriage of Mr. FRANK W. PETERS of Mohawk, NY and Miss BERTHA BERINGER of this village. The event took place on Wednesday morning. Dated 11 October 1879.
The announcement of the marriage of Mr. W. R. HANFORD to Mrs. MARCIA S. TUTTLE at the residence of the bride on the 8th inst., the Rev. O. Jenkins officiating.
Marriage notice today announce the wedding of Mr. SQUIRE C. DAYAN and Miss IRENE COOPER at the residence of MRS. HOWELL COOPER on Washington Street at 5 p.m.
The announcement of the marriage of Mr. FRANK H. MUNSON and Miss LIZZIE M. LAMB, occurred in this city on Wednesday, the 25th.
In Watertown [Jefferson county], NY, at the residence of the bride's parents, Thursday afternoon, April 25,  Mr. Willard D. McKINSTRY to Miss Mary A. LAWYER.
The Daily Times says: [this copy is not complete]
The guests were received by Col. and Mrs. J. Addison LAWYER and daughter and Mr. McKINSTRY, and charming informality prevailed until the moment for the ceremony arrived, when the wedding party formed a group, with Rev. S.A. Hayt, D. D. pastor of Stone street Presbyterian church, and Rev. F. P. Winne, assistant minister of Trinity Episcopal church, as the officiating [cut off here].
WEDDING A SURPRISE
Herbert S. Stanford and Miss Florence C. Allingham, both of 332 Central Street, were married Sunday noon at the home of the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Stanford, in Black River Village, Rev. Williams, of the Felts Mills Christian Church, officiating. They were attended by Mrs. Stanford and Ernest Stanford, mother and brother of the groom. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served to 25 persons. The bride was attired in blue silk and wore a large white hat.
The wedding was a complete surprise to relatives and friends of the bride. Miss Allingham's two sisters, the Misses Gladys Allingham, a clerk for Badley & Sewall Co., and Frances B. Allingham were not informed of the marriage arrangements. They did not know this morning that the marriage ceremony had taken place and said that their sister had not consulted them in her affairs.
Miss Allingham boarded at the home of Mrs. Fatima Frost, 115 East Main Street and later with the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. W. R. Babcock, 298 East Main Street, where is met Mr. Stanford, who was also boarding there. Mr. Stanford and Miss Allingham left the Babcock residence and have since been boarding at 332 Central Street. Miss Allingham is employed as a gauger by the Martins Munitions Corporation. She is 18 years old. Mr. Stanford is employed as a machinist by the Bagley & Sewall Co. He is 21 years old. The marriage license was secured Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Stanford and his bride will make their home in Black River. Miss Allingham formerly lived in California. She came to this city with her sisters about ten years ago, and lived with her grandmother for a time. Her parents are both dead. Mr. Stanford was born in Black River and lived here until 18 months ago, when he came to this city to reside with his sister, Mrs. Babcock.
I found this old marriage record at the courthouse and thought it would be of interest to someone.
Karen Dau, Rochester NY
This may certify to all whom it may concern that the 15th day of Oct 1833, Rev. Jeremiah H. Whelpley of Wilna was married to Miss Susannah Twining of Champion, by me.
Pitt Morse pastor of the First Unaversalist [sic] Church in Watertown.
Recorded August 23d 1850
Isaac Munson, Clerk
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