Miss Irene Hall of Roseville, Pa., and Henry Kelly of Millerton, Pa., were married at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Baptist parsonage in Pine City. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Elwood Selleck, pastor of the Baptist Church. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Updyke of Millerton. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will reside in Millerton.
Tioga Eagle, 27 Nov. 1918, p.2
A very pretty home wedding was solemnized at Mr. A. E. Garrison’s last Wednesday evening, November 20th (1918), at eight o’clock, when his daughter, Ascha M., was married to Stanley J. Hamilton, of Millerton The bride entered the parlor attended by Miss Beulah Daggett and Mr. Wayne Webster acted as best man. Miss Louise Garrison, a cousin of the bride, rendered Lohengrin's wedding march very beautifully throughout the ceremony and congratulations. Helen Tickner, a niece of the bride, acted as flower girl, and Robert Seager, a nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride’s dress was of white georgette and she carried bride’s roses. The maid of honor was gowned in light green chiffon over white voile and carried pink roses. The parlor was decorated with evergreens and chrysanthemums and the dining room with green and white crepe paper, the color scheme being green and white. After the ceremony, a three-course supper was served to fifty-five guests by the Misses Cecil Garrison, Yolanda Garrison, Dorothy Ayers, Bessie Baker, Lula McClain and Mrs. S. F. Garrison. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. Ada Garrison, the Misses Cecil and Yolanda Garrison and Mr. & Mrs. C. H. Garrison of Mansfield, PA; Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Sornberger, Mrs. Angeline Shepard, Mr. & Mrs. Ross Hammond of Elmira; and Mr. & Mrs. Manley Thorpe of Horseheads, NY. Many beautiful and useful gifts were received, consisting mostly of silverware, linen and money. Amid showers of rice and best wishes, Mr. & Mrs. Hamilton departed for a week’s honeymoon.
MYRTLE A. HILL ENGAGED TO WED
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill of Millerton, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Myrtle A. Hill to Stanley L. Longwell of Rutland, Pa. The wedding will take place during the Christmas season.
HOGABOOM - JENNINGS 1904-On Wednesday Nov. 2d, at the home of Floyd F. Hogaboom occurred a very pretty wedding, at which time his daughter Rose was united in marriage to Selear E. Jennings. The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hogaboom and is a very loveable young lady. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jennings, and is a highly respected young businessman. Both are residents of Daggett, Pa. The bridal party entered the room to the strains of Beethoven’s Wedding March, played by Miss Atta, youngest sister of the bride, and proceeded to the North parlor, where in front of a bank of evergreens they were united in marriage by the Rev. K. M. Walker, using the ring service of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The bride was becomingly attired in a gown of cream albatross, en train, with white lace garniture, and carried white chrysanthemums. After congratulations about 45 guests sat down to a bountiful repast. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful and costly gifts. The happy couple left mid a shower of rice for New York, Boston and a short visit at the home of the bride’s cousin, Prof. Updyke, of Brown University, Providence, RI. The guests from a distance included Miss Jessie Johnson, Berkshire, NH; Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Grinnell, and Mr. and Mrs. .JD Garrison and daughter Blanche, Mr and Mrs. Chas. B. Garrison, Mr. And Mrs. F. L. Jennings, Mr. And Mrs. Ed Hogaboom and daughters, Beatrice and Marie, Mrs. Nora Congdon and Miss Lena Hogaboom, Elmira, N.Y., and Mr. And Mrs. Will Knapp and two Children, Pine City, N.Y. (SRGP 43867 - 39413)
PAYNE – SMITH
The marriage of Miss Sybil Dorothy Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Payne of 317 South avenue and Raymond William Smith of Millerton, Pa., was solemnized this afternoon at 1 o’clock at the home of the bride’s parents. The Rev. John V. Darrow, pastor of the Epworth M. E. Church, performed the ceremony. The couple was attended by Miss Beatrice Smith, sister of the bridegroom, and Malcolm Payne, brother of the bride. The bride wore a gown of white crepe and a corsage of bridge roses. Her attendant wore blue crepe. Her flowers were pink roses. Following the ceremony, a wedding luncheon was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for a trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their home at 317 South avenue. Their hosts of friends extend best wishes.
Wednesday, October 5, Harry Skidmore and Mrs Minnie Palmer, both of this city were married at Daggett’s Mills, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Skidmore have many friends in this city who will extend their congratulations and best wishes for a long and prosperous life of unalloyed happiness. Mrs. Skidmore was formerly employed at McLaren, Brown & Co.’s. Mrs and Mrs. Skidmore have gone to house-keeping on Fox street
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Mr., Mrs. Elwyn Wilber To Be Feted On Golden Wedding Anniversary
Mrs. and Mrs. H. Elwyn Wilber of Millteron, Pa., will be honored Sunday,
September 15, at an open house, given by their children marking their 50th
wedding anniversary. The celebration will be held in the social rooms of
the Millerton United Methodist church from 2 until 4 p.m.
Miss Emma Mae Bryant, [SRGP 11311] daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bryant of Mansfield and Keith Sweely, [SRGP 11313] son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sweely of Millerton were married Saturday, Oct. 21, 1944, at 10 a.m. in the Daggett Church. The Rev. O. H. Travis officiated. The bride wore a street length gown of light blue crepe and a corsage of pink roses. Miss Madeline Bryant, her sister's only attendant, wore an aqua wool street length gown with a corsage of red roses. Edward Cruttenden of Mansfield was best man. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Sweely left for a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Upon their return, they will live with the bridegroom's parents. Mrs. Sweely is a Mansfield High School graduate and is a former Eclipse employee. The bridegroom attended Mansfield High School. He is associated with his father in farming.
Wellsboro Agitator, 26 June 1901
The Matthews-Payne Wedding
The wedding of Mr. Bert Matthews and Miss Alice Payne, both of Jackson township, which took place on June 19th  at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. George Payne, near Jackson summit, was a very pretty one. Rev. Paul Smith officiated. The guests, who numbered 35, gave Mr. & Mrs. Matthews a fervent send-off on their wedding journey, which includes a sojourn at the Pan American and a visit in Chicago and at Mr. Matthews' former home in Wisconsin. They do not intend to return to Jackson till August.
Millerton, Pa., July 9—The Methodist Episcopal Church of Webbs Mills was the scene of a quiet wedding Friday morning, July 4, at 10 a.m., when Miss Dorthea Delnora Bates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bates of Canton, N.Y. and F. Elton Magaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Magaw of Millerton, Pa. were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by the pastor of the church, the Rev. L. A. Guiles. (handwritten on article 1924)
Mr. and Mrs. Gates Ayres, of Millerton, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Esther to Mahlon Merk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Merk of Lanesboro, Pa. The marriage will take place in the near future.
The Jackson Center Church tendered a party and shower Friday evening in the church parlors for Mr. and Mrs. Fred French who were recently married. They received many gifts. Mrs. French was formerly Miss Myra Smith, daughter of Ford and Mabel Everitt Smith. (handwritten on article July 28, 1934)
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Holton, of Jobs Corners, announce the marriage of their daughter, Manda M. to Bert D. Hyde of Bradford, on September 12, at the Methodist parsonage at Blossburg, by Rev. Owen Barrett. Their future home will be in Bradford, Pa. (handwritten on article 1933)
Wellsboro Agitator, July 3, 1918, p.2
On Monday, June 24th , the marriage of Anna M., daughter of Rev. & Mrs. S. Barrett, of Jackson Summit, to Andrew J. Dickinson, of Elmira, was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents and was witnessed by about thirty guests from Blossburg, Holiday, Canoe Camp, East Troy and Sylvania. they were married by the bride's father, Rev. S. Barrett, and attended by Mr. Melvin Barrett and Miss Martha Dickinson. Mrs. Arthur Dickinson, the groom's mother, played the wedding march. Many useful and beautiful presents were received. Their many friends extend best wishes.
An unusual case is under investigation by the District Attorney in Elmira,
says the Millerton Advocate, wherein Mrs. James Clark, of Jackson Summit,
alleges that her daughter, Emaline Clark, aged 13, was on May 25th last
married to Joseph R. Graham, in Caton, by Justice Daniel Beckwith, of Pine
City, and that on Jun 16th the same Joseph R. Graham was married to Florence
Barber, of Mitchell's Creek, by the same Justice at Pine City. The Justice
asserts that the first ceremony was not intended as a legal marriage, but
was a fake ceremony to save Graham from being sent to jail for alleged
criminal assault upon the Clark girl. Justice Beckwith alleges that he
told Graham and the Clark girl at the time of the alleged marriage that
it was only a joke and was not legal, but was intended for the purpose
of keeping Graham out of prison for the alleged assault, which was alleged
to have taken place in Pennsylvania and over which the New York state authorities
have no jurisdiction. Graham and Miss Barber are now residing at Pine City
and it is understood the Clark girl made an affidavit after the alleged
marriage at Caton that the alleged assault was not committed by Graham,
but by another man in Pennsylvania. Wellsboro Agitator, June 23, 1909,