Wedding Announcements

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Wedding Announcements"

Pretty Country Wedding

The residence of Mr. Thomas Laine, Governor's Road, was the scene of a quiet wedding on the 22nd inst. when his second daughter Miss Frances was united in marrage to Mr. Alfred Plumstead. Rev. Mr. Hazelwood performed the ceremony in the presence of a gathering of friends who joined in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Plumstead every success in life.

From the Brantford Expositor Thur. Oct 7, 1897 pg 9 col 5


Mt. Pleasant

A pretty Wedding took place Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lane when her daughter, Miss. May, and Mr. William E. Plumstead, of near Paris were united in marriage by Rev. Mr. Bowers. Friends were present from Paris and Brantford as well as this vicinity. The young bride looked lovely in a pretty white dress, and afterwards in a traveling suit of navy blue. Many good wishes followed the young people as they were driven to the train in an open carriage with a spanking gray team, accompanied by a company of young friends and relatives to see them off. Thier destination for the present being Buffalo.

From the Brantford Weekly Expositor Thur. Nov. 26, 1908 pg 4 col 1


The young people of the neighborhood gave Miss May Lane a kitchen shower on Friday evening and many very nice and useful things were presented.

From the Brantford Weekly Expositor Thur. Nov. 26, 1908 pg 4 col 1


A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at "Rose Cottage" the home of Mrs. Lane, Mt. Pleasant, when her only daughter Rosetta May was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. William E. Plumstead of Paris. Promptly at half past one, the bride leaning on the arm of her brother, Harry, who gave her away, entering the parlor to the strains of the wedding march, played by Miss. Hazel Rutherford.

The bride looked charming dressed in white point d'esprit over white silk and carring white chrysanthemums. Miss Ethel Plumstead, a sister of the groom was bridesmaid, and Mr. Lewis Cox, a cousin of the brid, performed the duties of best man. The bridesmaid was very becomingly attired in cream ashmere. After the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Mr. Bowers the guests adjouned to the dining room, where a very dainty repast was served. The grooms present to the bride was a handsome gold bracelet, and to the best man a pair of golf cuff links. Many beautiful presents attest to the high esteem in which the young couple are held.

The bride's travelling suit qas blue lady's cloth with velvet hat to match.

The happy couple amid showers of rice and confetti left on the 4 o'clock train for Buffalo where they will spend their honeymoon.

From the Brantford Expositor Thur. Nov. 26, 1908 pg 7 col 2


Wedding Bells

Kitchen-Plumstead

Paris Oct. 30. - A pretty autumn wedding took place on Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Plumstead, Governor's Road, when thier daughter, Hazel Grace, became the bride of Mr. Donald V. Kitchen, son of Mr. James Kitchen of St. George. Autumn leaves, ferns and chrysanthemums adorned the living room, where the ceremony was conducted by Rev. Mr. Dellar of St. George.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, entered the room to the stains fo the wedding music, played by her sister, Mrs. Charles Armstrong. She was becomingly gowned in apricot georgette with gold lace trimming and carried a bouquet of Columbia roses and smilax. Following the ceremony the guests partook of a sumptuos wedding dinner. The happy couple left later amid showers of confetti and good wishes for a trip to Detroit and western points. The bride traveled in a gown of black satin faced crepe with beatiful fur trimmed coat and hat to match. On their return they will reside in St. George.

From the Brantford Expositor Thur. Oct. 30, 1925 pg 3 col 5


Kitchen-Plumstead

The marriage of Hazel Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Plumstead, of South Dumfries and Mr. Donald Victor. Kitchen, son of Mr. James Kitchen, St. George was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents on Wednesday at high noon. Rev H. F. Deller B.A. St. Georg, being the officiating clergyman. The bride, prettily attired in champagne silk crepe de chine, trimmed with radium lace, and carrying a beautiful bouquet of roses, was given in marriage by her father. The couple were married and received congratulations beneath an evergreen arch made gay with red berries.

A bountiful wedding dinner was served to some 40 guests, and the bride and groom's future happiness and prosperity was expressed by all. The bride and groom left of the 4.07 train, Paris, for their honeymoon trip. The bride traveling in a black silk gown and henna coat trimmed with fur and hat to match. On their return they will reside near St. George.

From the Brantford Expositor Sat. Oct. 31, 1925 pg 11 col 2


Carr-Plumstead Nuptials at Paris

Paris Sept. 14 - A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Plumstead, Governor's Road, Paris, Ontario, on Saturday September 12 when their daughter, Susan Muriel was united in marriage to John Anderson Carr, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carr, concession 3, South Dumfries. The ceremony was performed beneath a beautiful arch of autumn leaves and flowers by Rev. D. E. Martin of Paris. The bride, who was given away by her Father was attractively frocked in beige flat crepe and carried Ophella roses. The wedding march was rendered byMiss Ella Blake. The groom's gift consitituted a beautiful pearl necklace. Only immediate relative and friends were in attendance. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served before the happy couple left for a trip to points in Michigan, the bride travelling in a beige wrap with hat to match. On their return they will reside on the groom's farm in South Dumfries.

From the Brantford Expositor Fri. Sept. 14, 1923 pg 2 col 1


Wedding Bells

Plumstead-Finlayson

A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Congregational church Hougi ave, Cleveland, Saturday afternoon when Miss. Beatrice May, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Finlayson became the bride of Marin Plumstead, Paris, Ont. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Smith, pastor of the Congrigational church.

The young bride, who was given away by her father, looked lovely in a gown of white satin, and wore a long tulle veil in capeeffect with coronet of orange blossoms and carried a bouguet of Talisman roses, lily of the vally and ferns. Miss Bertie Zentis, Cleveland charming in a hyacinthe blue chalk crepe dress and carried a bouquet of ophella roses, was bridemaid. The groomsman was Mr. William Denton, also of Cleveland. Mr. Donald Kitchen and Mr Edward Curphey acted acted as ushers.

After the wedding breakfast, which was prepared at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Plumstead left on a motor trip to points east. The bride traveled in a black coat trimmed with fitch fur, black hat and accessories to match. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Plumstead will reside in Cleveland.

From the Brantford Expositor Wed. Nov. 2, 1932 pg 8 col 5

With special thanks to Linda Lowrey - Ontario Canada


THE LANARK ERA

Wed. Aug. 12th, 1925 - marriage

Brockville, Tues. Aug. 4th, 1925, at the home of Alderman Nelson G. and Mrs. Somerville, their elder daughter, Lila Irva Idella, to Arthur Plumstead LTCM of Paris, ON, son of Mrs. Wm. Plumstead.


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