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The Agitator: Wellsboro, Pa. Wednesday, October 22, 1919
Miss Florence S. Besanceney, eltest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Besanceney, and Raymond Lindie, both of Blossburg, were married at the home of the bride last week Tuesday evening, by Rev. George A. Stoot, of the M.E. church, the ring ceremony being used. They were attended by Miss Leona Besanceney and Ross Besanceney, sister and brother of the bride.

The Agitator: Wellsboro, Pa. Wednesday, May 24, 1922
Mrs. Barbara Robena and Frank Lambert, of Blossburg, were married May 4, in St. Andrews Catholic church, by Rev. Martin Corrigan. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jones.

The Wellsboro Agitator
Robbins-Schultz Marriage
 Miss Maud Evelyn Robbins (SRGP 38918) of Covington, and Alfred Augustus William(Wilhelm) Schultz, (SRGP 72745) of Blossburg, were married last week Tuesday noon (7/24/1917) in the private office of County Judge Warren J. Cheney in Corning by Rev. John R. Adams, pastor of the First Methodist Church.  Miss Hazel Griffin, of Corning was bridesmaid, and Guy W. Cheney was best man.  The bride a charming young woman, is the daughter of Frank Robbins, of Covington.  She is a cousin of Chas Redfield editor of the Covington Sun.  The groom is the forceful young superintendent of the Corning Blossburg Coal Corporatioon’s mine at Blossburg.  After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Schultz will make their home in Blossburg.

 Miss H. Justina Harding, of Binghamton, NY, and Richard Turner, of Union, NY, formerly of Blossburg, were married December 22, at the Calvery Baptist manse, by Rev. H.M. Pease.  After a short wedding trip to Blossburg, they will reside at Binghamton, NY.--Herald. (The Agitator:  Wellsboro, PA, Wedn

Wellsboro Agitator, 10 December 1902
The Heck-Holt Wedding
The prettiest wedding seen in Blossburg in some time was that of Mr. Frederick Heck, of Tioga, and Miss Bertha Hold, the youngest daughter of Mrs. Amos Holt, of Blossburg, which took place at 8 o’clock Thursday evening in the Second Congregational church, Rev. H.A. Depfer officiating. The bride and her six attendants were attired beautifully in white. Miss Dora Griffiths was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Misses Maud Francis, of Wellsboro, and Misses Edna Case, Mary Klucker, Margaret Powell, Elizabeth Martin and Myra Carlyle, of Blossburg. Little Elizabeth Depfer as flower girl preceded the bride. Mr. George Batley, of Arnot, was best man, and Mr. William Wightman of Wellsboro, and Messrs. Alfred Passmore, Frank Carlyle, Selah Powell, Robert Carr and John Crawford were ushers. Following the ceremony, a wedding reception, at which about 100 guests were entertained, was held at the home of the bride'’ mother. The wedding gifts were numerous and handsome.

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