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The Evening Telegram and other local Newspapers
Weddings, Anniversary, Engagements, and Graduations


Evening Telegram   November 18, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
1805. Captain John Sabbin, of Christ Church, Hants, and Joanna Malone.

Evening Telegram July 16, 1965 (Friday)

[two adjacent photos, one of each member of the couple]
Mr. and Mrs. William Byrne, Holyrood, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Madeline, to R.C.M.P. Constable Frank M. Salter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salter, Pictou, Nova Scotia.

Daily News   October 12, 1966 (Wednesday)

WEDDING. [with photo of bride and groom]
R.C.M.P. Constable and Mrs. Frank Salter following their marriage at Holy Cross Church, Holyrood. The bride is the former Madeline Mary Byrne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Byrne, Holyrood. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salter, Pictou, Nova Scotia. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister Theresa Dahle, as matron of honour and bridesmaids were Patricia Byrne, Kathy Statom and Wanda Whitemarsh. Flower girl was Karen Ann Dahle, niece of the bride. Best man was Constable William Halliday, George Spracklin and Robert Binger. A guard of honour was formed by Constables K. Palmer, N. Ross, R. Terris, D. Yetman. Out of town guests included Mr. Frank Salter and son Wayne from Pictou, N.S. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Statom, son William and daughter Kathy from Roselle, Illinois, U.S.A. The honeymoon was spent touring the Maritimes. - (Max Mercer Photo).

Gazette August 14, 1860 (Tuesday)

Marriage. 8th inst., by the Rev. C. Pedley, Mr. William Thomas Salter, to Elizabeth Brown, second daughter of the late Mr. Lionel T.R. Chancey.

Royal Gazette   January 16, 1883 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. ... At the same time and place ["on the 12th inst., at the R.C. Cathedral"], by the same ["Rev. Wm. Forristal"], Patrick Lewis of Holyrood, Conception Bay, to Miss Mary Satterly.

The Times & General Commercial Gazette   November 6, 1872 (Wednesday)

Married, on Sunday last, by the Rev. John Scott, Mr. Wm. Savon, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Martin Dwyer, of Belleisle, Conception Bay.

The Times & General Commercial Gazette   December 19, 1885 (Saturday)

Married, on the 10th inst., in the Church of St. Paul, Trinity West, by Rev. Henry Johnson, assisted by Rev. Albert Watkins, Charles, son of Charles Sceviour, to Amelia, daughter of Mr. Thomas Fifield.

Daily News   February 14, 1952 (Thursday)

Announcement. Mrs. John Aylward of 565 4th Street, Brooklyn, New York, announces the engagement of her sister, Miss Cecile Mary Woodford, formerly of Harbour Main, Newfoundland, to Mr. Kurt Schneider, the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Schneider of Middle Village, Long Island, New York.

Evening Telegram   December 2, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
Hence, as those names that I have already given of men from Devon and Dorset and Hampshire, were the names of men who had come out to Trinity as English youngsters, so the following names are those of men, who as boys of sixteen years of age came here from Limerick or Cork or Dublin, as Irish youngsters, during the years between 1750 and 1780, and then in later life married and settled down in Trinity at the dates given below; as taken from the old church register.
1796 - Edward Scully, of Youghal, Ireland, and Elizabeth Moors.

Evening Telegram   November 11, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
1787 - James Sennox, of Lobeth, Dorset, and Ann Sweet [sic].

Newfoundlander   June 7, 1866 (Thursday)

Married. - At Harbor Main, on Thursday last by the Very Rev. Kyran Walsh, V.G., Mr. J. Sevier, of Gasters, Salmon Cove, to Ellen, daughter of the late Patrick Ryan, of Harbor Grace.

Evening Telegram   October 22, 1927 (Saturday)

Married. On Oct. 19th, at the Oratory of the Presentation Convent, Cathedral Square, by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor MacDermott, Mercedes Seward to John F. Carew, both of this city.

Daily News   October 11, 1926 (Monday)

MARRIED. On Sept. 29th, at the Convent of Mercy, Military Road, by Rev. Dr. Carter, Nellie Dooley to Harvey Seynear, both of this city.

The Times & General Commercial Gazette   January 28, 1891 (Wednesday)

Married, at Fermeuse, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. J. Walsh, Patrick Ready, to Jane, only daughter of John Shaughnessy, both of Fermeuse.

Newfoundlander   January 4, 1866 (Thursday)

Married. - At Trinity, on the 14th Dec., by the Rev. B. Smith, Rural Dean, John Shears, to Jessie Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Bayly, Esquire, of Her Majesty's Customs.

Daily News   December 3, 1926 (Friday)

MARRIED. The marriage took place on Nov. 16th at St. Peter's Church, Brooklyn, New York of Elizabeth A. Bennett of Brawley, Placentia West, Nfld. and Edward Sheehan, of Brooklyn, Rev. Fr. Quinn officiating.

Royal Gazette   May 11, 1886 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 6th inst., at the R.C. Cathedral, by the Very Rev. Archdeacon Forristal, Mr. William Carew, to Miss Priscilla Sheppard.

Evening Telegram   February 9, 1952 (Saturday)

Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ivany, of Clarenville, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Vera Anne (now residing at No. 28 Fitchburg Street, Watertown, Mass., U.S.A.), to Thomas M. Sherry, No. 65 Parsons Street, Brighton, Mass., U.S.A. Wedding to take place in September, after which they will reside in New England, U.S.A.

Harbour Grace Standard   December 27, 1890 (Saturday)

Marriage. In English Harbor Methodist Church, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. James Lumsden, Isaac John Benstone [sic] of English Harbor, to Jessie Hannah Short of Bonavista. [Benstone should be Batstone - Tom]

Newfoundlander   December 4, 1865 (Monday)

Married. - On Monday evening last, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. J. Vereker, Mr. Denis Ignatius, eldest son of Redmond Brien, butcher, to Miss Margaret Caroline, eldest daughter of the late Capt. Silvey.

Evening Telegram   January 7, 1891 (Wednesday)

Married. At Salvage, Bonavista Bay, on Dec. 18th, by the Rev. Mr. Woods, Abraham, eldest son of the late Mr. Edward Penney, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. William Simmonds, all of Goose Cove.

Newfoundlander   October 29, 1880 (Friday)

Married. - At St. Andrew's Church, Brooklyn, Bonavista Bay, on the 18th ult., by the Rev. Theo. Nurse, Mr. John Simmonds, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. George Penny.

Royal Gazette   October 24, 1882 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. ... At the Wesleyan Parsonage, Gower Street, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. W.W. Percival, Mr. William E. Simmons, of this city, to Miss Amelia M. Iveny, of English Harbor, Trinity Bay.

Royal Gazette September 26, 1882 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 3rd inst., after Banns, in St. Stephen's Church, Greenspond, by the Rev. Wm. How, Mr. George Skeffington, school master, C. & C. C. & S. S., to Miss Jane Blandford, (Charlotte), youngest daughter of the late Mr. Darius Blandford, both of Greenspond.

Evening Telegram July 23, 1965 (Friday)

[photo of couple]
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hynes, Grand Bank, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Rita to Leo Slaney, son of Mrs. and the late Thomas Slaney of St. Lawrence. Wedding date to be announced.

Royal Gazette   May 7, 1889 (Tuesday)

Married. At Montreal, P.Q., Feb. 27, by the Rev. Edward M. Hill, of Calvary Church, Frederick Smallwood, to Elizabeth E., only daughter of G.W.F. Chancey, of St. John's, Nfld.

Evening Telegram   December 16, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
1801 - William Smart of Foxton, County of Leicester, married Mary Flynn.

Evening Telegram June 25, 1965 (Friday)

New Harbour notes.
The marriage took place recently at Central United Church, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia of Cyril son of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Smith, New Harbor to Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Elford, Dildo. Lewis Day was best man and his wife, the former Linda Smith was matron of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are residing at Lunenburg.

Royal Gazette   April 20, 1886 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 16th March, at St. Chrysostom's, Peckham, London, Eng., by the Rev. J. Haycroft, B.A., Vicar, Arthur Wellesley, son of the late John Smith, Esq., of Montrose, N.B., to Mary Olivia Pack, youngest daughter of William Seager Green, Esq., of Trinity, Newfoundland.

Royal Gazette   January 11, 1887 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 1st inst., at the Methodist Parsonage, by the Rev. George Boyd, Mr. Richard Hinds, to Miss Sarah E. Smith, both of this city.

The Times & General Commercial Gazette   December 6, 1884 (Saturday)

Married, at Harbor Briton, on the 21st ult., by the Rev. Mr. Whelan, P.P., after by the Rev. W.K. White, R.D., Mr. F. Smith, of the P.Q.T. Staff, to Minnie, only daughter of the late Mr. Frederick Kenny, of this city.

Evening Telegram    September 1, 1965 (Wednesday)

Social scene. ...
Mr. and Mrs. James Snook, Pearce Ave., will celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary Sept. 3.

Royal Gazette   June 26, 1888 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 23rd inst., by the Rev. Father Forristal, Mr. Robert Corbett, to Miss Susannah Snow, of this town.

Royal Gazette April 25, 1882 (Tuesday)

Married. At Topsail, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. John Fox, Mr. Joseph B. Snow, to Mary Julia Moist, both of this town.

Harbour Grace Standard   August 2, 1890 (Saturday)

Marriage. On Thursday morning, at St. Paul's Church, Harbor Grace, by the Rev. Frank Smart, William A. Oke to Sophia Hilda Snow.

Evening Telegram   January 7, 1960 (Thursday)
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Snow
following their wedding at Cupids United Church. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. And Mrs. E. Richards, Cupids, the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Snow, North River. Following a reception for 150 guests at Pike's Hotel, Harbour Grace the honeymoon was spent in Carbonear.

Harbour Grace Standard   September 4, 1891 (Friday)

Marriage. On Saturday, at the R.C. Cathedral, St. John's, by the Ven. Archdeacon Forristal, David Ryan of Bonavista, to Mary Snow of St. John's.

Harbour Grace Standard   January 8, 1892 (Friday)

Marriage. On Wednesday last, at St. Paul's Church, by the Rector, the Rev. J.M. Noel, Thomas Snow, son of Mr. Robert Snow, to Mary, third daughter of Mr. George Walters - all of this town.

Evening Telegram April 7, 1927 (Thursday)

Married. At St. Michael and All Angels, this city, on April 5th, by the Rev. T. Greavett, Sophie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Grant, to Austin, son of Magistrate and Mrs. Somerton, both of Trinity.

Evening Telegram   November 4, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
(Note: The use of the personal pronoun "I" in some of the articles below, refers to the original author of the newspaper article. This was Canon William Lockyer, the Anglican clergyman in Trinity, who wrote a number of historical and current pieces for the newspaper of the day. The excerpts I have presented are only a small portion of any given piece - they are extremely interesting for anyone with an interest in Trinity or vicinity, but I do not have sufficient time to transcribe them in full. - Tom Hynes)
Upon reference to the old Marriage Register, however, I find that between the years 1769 and 1803 the majority of the men then married were from Somersetshire, as follows: -
1788 [sic]. Thomas Dewland, of Crewkherne, Somerset, and Mary Sooley.

Royal Gazette   December 16, 1873 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. On the 8th inst., by the Rev. J. Pascoe, Mr. Jonas Soper, Boiler Maker, to Miss Maria Miller, of Bonaventure.

The Newfoundland Express   January 9, 1862 (Tuesday)

Marriage. At Brigus, on Wednesday, 1st inst., by the Rev. W. Harris, Mr. Absalom Antle, to Emma Susanna, youngest daughter of Mr. George Spooner - all of Brigus.

Evening Telegram   November 11, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
1768 - John Mills, of Bermington, Dorset, and Elizabeth Spragg.

Evening Telegram   May 17, 1924 (Saturday)

Trinity. ... Marriages at English Harbour.
1798 - Richard Spragg and Catherine Wells

Evening Mercury January 21, 1885 (Wednesday)

At St. Paul's Church, Trinity, on January 1st, by the Rev. H. Johnson, Mr. Geo. Oakley, to Miss Susan Spurrell, both of Trinity.

The Times & General Commercial Gazette   January 24, 1885 (Saturday)

Married, at St. Paul's Church, Trinity, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Henry Johnson, Mr. G. Oakley, to Miss Susan Spurrell, both of Trinity.

Evening Mercury June 8, 1885 (Monday)

Marriage. On the 6th inst., at the English Cathedral, by the Rev. A. Heygate, Mr. Henry T. Spurrell, to Sophia youngest daughter of Mr. G. Oakley, of Trinity.

Evening Telegram   November 1, 1927 (Tuesday)

Married. On Oct. 25th, at the Corpus Christi Church, Waterford Bridge, by the Rev. J.J. Rawlins, P.P., Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Squires, to R.P. Dooley, both of this city.

Evening Telegram October 8, 1965 (Friday)

[photo of bride and groom]
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Squires following their wedding ceremony in the Basilica of St. John The Baptist performed by Rev. Father Pomeroy Aug. 7. The bride is the former Bernice Healey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Healey, 7 Knight St., St. John's; the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Squires, 34 Fleming St. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Lorraine Healey, Mary Glynn and Carmel Hannaford. Debbie Hanlon was flower girl. James Squires was best man; Malcolm Squires and Gordon Glynn ushered. The reception was held at Barney's Restaurant. The honeymoon was spent in Terra Nova National Park.

Evening Telegram   October 23, 1890 (Thursday)

Married. At Gower Street Parsonage, on the 21st inst., by the Rev. H.P. Cowperthwaite, Mr. John Dear, of Trinity, to Miss Sarah Stackley, of the same place.

Grand Falls Advertiser September 27, 1971 (Monday)
Wedding [with photo of bride and groom].

Our Lady of Sorrows Church in South Orange, New Jersey was the scene on June 26 of a very pretty marriage. Mary Margaret Adrian, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adrian of Maplewood, New Jersey became the bride of John James Stapleton, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Stapleton of Grand Falls, Newfoundland. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Frank O'Brien, a life long friend of the groom, who flew in especially for the occasion from Badger, Newfoundland. The bride looked charming as she entered the church on the arm of her father. Her floor length white chiffon gown had a high neckline and long Victorian sleeves. It was trimmed with small pink flowers around the wrist and down the front. The flowers the bride carried were baby roses to match those on her dress. Miss Rita Maggio, the Maid of Honor wore a pink and blue floral gown also with a high neckline and long sleeves. She carried a bouquet of various colored daisies. Dr. Edward Finnegan, a close friend of the groom, was the best man. The ushers included Lawrence Fischer of White Plains, New York, and Allan Stapleton, brother of the groom, from London, Ontario. The bride's mother wore a pink chiffon and white lace ensemble. Her corsage was made of white orchids. The groom's mother wore a peach crepe dress with white accessories. Her flowers were also white orchids. The liturgy was planned by Mary and John along with Father Frank. Mary and John each read one of the readings and the father of the groom read the gospel. Rev. Nicholas Connolly, S.J. acted as Lector for the ceremony and also provided the music during the Mass by singing and playing the guitar. Allan Stapleton read the petitions and Harold Stapleton along with Sister Jan Clark, SSND assisted Father Frank in distributing communion. At the Kiss of Peace of the Mass the bride and groom came down from the altar and offered the kiss of peace to their parents. The only toast of the evening was to the bride and groom and was eloquently proposed by Dr. Ed Finnegan and responded to by the groom. The reception was held at the Friar Tuck Inn in Cedar Cove, New Jersey. About 80 guests attended. Out of town guests included the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Stapleton from Grand Falls, Newfoundland; Miss Marie Warr Stapleton from London, Ontario; Harold Stapleton from St. John's,Newfoundland; Rev. Frank O'Brien from Badger, Newfoundland; Sister Jan Clark from St. Paul, Minnesota; Dr. Edward Finnegan, from Los Angeles, California; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Droesch from Long Island, New York; Mr. Larry Fischer from White Plains, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pendor from Toronto, Ontario and Rev. Nicholas Connolly from New York. The happy couple spent a short honeymoon at the Thunderbird Motel which is located right on the ocean in Mantoloking, New Jersey. The groom will continue his studies at the University of Toronto and should complete his Doctorate in Administration next year. The bride is to teach at Vincent Massey High School in Toronto. We wish the happy couple a long life of happiness.

Newfoundlander   January 17, 1879 (Friday)

Married. - At Portugal Cove, on Sunday last, by the Very Rev. Archdeacon O'Connor, P.P., V.G., Mr. Edward Brine, of Topsail, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Stapleton, of Horse Cove.

Evening Telegram   February 20, 1896 (Thursday)

Newfoundlanders United.
A Pretty Wedding in East Boston - Mr. Stapleton and Miss Kennedy.
Newfoundland young men abroad almost invariably wed a daughter of Terra Nova. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the residence of the Rev. Fr. Cashin, Pastor of St. Paul's Church, East Boston, during the closing days of January. The contracting parties were Mr. Wm. Stapleton, formerly of Harbor Grace, and Miss Nellie Kennedy, Carbonear. From the accounts we have received we learn that a regular convention of our young country people in Boston and vicinity met around the festive board and, while joining in the wedding gaieties, thought and talked of the land of their nativity.

Royal Gazette   July 29, 1873 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. ... At Harbor Grace, on Friday last, at the Cathedral, by the Very Rev. D. Falconio, O.S.F., Mr. Bartholomew Stapleton, to Miss Mary Walsh, all of River Head.

Daily News January 13, 1937 (Wednesday)

Wedding Bells.
The marriage took place at the residence of the bride's parents in New Glasgow, N.S. on Saturday afternoon last, of Miss Dorothy Mabel Stewart, R.N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Stewart, of New Glasgow, to the Rev. Edwin Beaumont Bugden, of Asbestos, Que., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bugden, formerly of English Harbor, Newfoundland. The Rev. N. D. Kennedy, of the First Presbyterian Church, New Glasgow, officiated. The wedding march was played by Mrs. N. D. Kennedy, and a solo, "At Dawning", was rendered by Mrs. J. K. McLennan. The room in which the ceremony was solemnized was decorated with an arch of evergreens, flanked by basket of pink snapdragons. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a transparent velvet gown of midnight blue, with silver hat and shoes, and carried a bouquet of pink roses and maiden hair fern. She was attended by Miss Catherine Stewart, who was in a gown or rust transparent velvet, with a hat to match, and carried Talisman roses. Miss Jean McKenzie, who wore a gown of pale blue, acted as door attendant. Mr. Angus MacDonald, of North Sydney, was best man. Mrs. Stewart, the bride's mother, was gowned in black crepe with a corsage bouquet of yellow roses. A reception followed the ceremony, the tea table being decorated with pink roses and candles in silver holders. The bride wore for travelling a green dress and hat with gray coat and accessories to match. On their return, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bugden will reside at Asbestos. The bride is a graduate of Highland View Hospital, Amherst; and the bridegroom of McGill University. - Montreal Star

Evening Telegram November 26, 1965 (Friday)

[photo of bride and groom]
The wedding took place with nuptial mass at the Basilica of St. John the Baptist, of Agnes Hynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hynes, of St. Brendan's, Bonavista Bay, and Raymond Strang, son of Mrs. R. Kearney and the late Thomas Strang, Lawn, Placentia Bay. Rev. Father Murray officiated. The attendants of the bride and groom were Agnes Kearney and Clifford Hynes. The reception was held at the House of Hong, Harvey Rd. Following their wedding trip to central Newfoundland, Mr. and Mrs. Strang are residing in Burin.

Evening Telegram   November 11, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
1772 - John Sturny, of Poole, Dorset, and Susannah Verge.

Evening Telegram   December 11, 1890 (Thursday)

Married. November 24th, at Harbor Main, by the Rev. Father Brown, Michael Styles, of Belleisle, to Mary Sullivan, of Harbor Main.

The Times & General Commercial Gazette    December 13, 1890 (Saturday)

Married, on the 24th ult., at Harbor Main, by the Rev. Mr. Brown, Michael Styles, of Bellisle, to Mary Sullivan, of Harbor Main.

Evening Telegram   December 10, 1921 (Saturday)

Wedding Bells. A very pretty wedding took place at Holyrood on November 28th when Miss Anna Sullivan, daughter of Cornelius Sullivan, was united in matrimony to Mr. Llewellyn Crosby of Lennox, Mass. The immediate relatives of the family were in attendance and the ceremony was performed by the esteemed pastor, Rev. W.P. Finn. The bride was dressed in becoming style and fashioned in the latest artistic designs of the American tailoress. The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Annie Kennedy, and the groom by the bride's brother, Mr. Daminic [sic] Sullivan. The bride is a nurse who graduated in America, winning many honors and distinction, showing talent and ability in every examination. The groom is a fine specimen of the American and an extensive farmer in the land of his birth. The happy couple after partaking of a sumptuous supper at the residence of the bride's parents, took the train for Carbonear to spend the honeymoon at the hospitable and well-known McCarthy Hotel. They will take passage by the next Rosalind for their future home where their numerous friends earnestly hope they will spend a happy life and wish them an abundance of success.

Royal Gazette   April 21, 1874(Tuesday)

MARRIED. On Sunday last, by the Rev. T. McGrath, Mr. John Sullivan, Sergeant Constabulary, to Annie, only daughter of Mr. Thomas Donahue.

Evening Telegram   December 11, 1890 (Thursday)

Married. November 24th, at Harbor Main, by the Rev. Father Brown, Michael Styles, of Belleisle, to Mary Sullivan, of Harbor Main.

The Times & General Commercial Gazette   December 13, 1890 (Saturday)

Married, on the 24th ult., at Harbor Main, by the Rev. Mr. Brown, Michael Styles, of Bellisle, to Mary Sullivan, of Harbor Main.

Daily News   June 1, 1927 (Wednesday)

Wedding Bells - The marriage was quietly solemnized on Monday evening at the residence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. L.J. Donaldson, of Leo Sweet, of Halifax, a native of Syria, and Miss Sandra Abbott, formerly of Newfoundland. The bride was becomingly attired in a costume of alice blue, with hat to correspond. Both bride and groom were unattended. They will reside in Halifax, making their home at 253 Brunswick street. - Halifax Chronicle.

Evening Telegram   November 11, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
1787 - Thomas Damper, of Sherbourn, Dorset, and Ann Sweet [sic].

Evening Telegram   November 11, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...
1787 - James Sennox, of Lobeth, Dorset, and Ann Sweet [sic].

Harbour Grace Standard   January 16, 1891 (Friday)

Marriages. On Christmas Day, at the New Church, Salmon Cove East, by the Rev. J. Godden, George Walters of Salmon Cove East, to Mary Jane Sweetland, of English Harbor.



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Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013)

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