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Marriage License alleged perjury of Frederick C. FAIRBANKS, no bride named

* Perjury while procuring a marriage license against six grooms.

 

From the McDonald, PA Record for Jan. 18, 1907, page unknown:

[ FAIRBANKS - ____ ]

Frederick C. FAIRBANKS, son of Vice President FAIRBANKS, and six grooms from Western Pennsylvania, among them Clifford T. TURNEY of McDonald [Pa], were on Tuesday indicted by the grand jury of Steubenville [Ohio], for perjury committed while procuring a marriage license.  Prosecutor ALBAN says the indictments are no bluffs, but as soon as any of those indicted appear in Ohio the sheriff will be sent after them and the indictments will be pushed.  The grand jury had the marriage license record and the probate judge who issued the license before it for two days.

[ Frederick C. FAIRBANKS, no bride named ]
fairbanks_frederick_c_1-18-1907-record_perjury_d.jpg (F)

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Marriage notice for 
        Robert Arthur FAITH to Evaline Irene Knepshield, 29 Aug 1937 From the McDonald, PA Record or Outlook newspaper of Sept. 3, 1937, page unknown:

FAITH ? KNEPSHIELD

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knepshield of Valley street announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Evaline Irene, to Robert Arthur Faith of New Kensington. The wedding took place at three o?clock Sunday afternoon, August 29, 1937, in the First United Presbyterian manse, McDonald, the Rev. S. A. McCollam, pastor, officiating. The young couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Knepshield of McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gill of Midway, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stauffer of Tarentum. After a trip down the Shenandoah Valley, they will reside in New Kensington.

[ Robert Arthur FAITH to Evaline Irene Knepshield, 29 Aug 1937 ] faith_knepshield_09-03-1937 (CB)

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Marriage Notice for Louis J. FALDUTS to Mary Gildritis, 26 Sep 1942 From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of Oct. 2, 1942, page unknown:

FALDUTS - GILDRITIS

Miss Mary GILDRITIS, daughter of Mrs. Mary GILDRITIS of Bridgeville, and Louis J. FALDUTS of Carnegie, were united in marriage at nine o'clock Satuday morning September 26, 1942, in St. Anthony's church, Bridgeville, by the Rev. Father YURGUTIS.

The bride wore a white satin gown with a long veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses with satin ribbons. The maid of honor, Miss Julia YACCINO of Carnegie, wore pink chiffon. The bridesmaid, Miss Mary GIRBLIS, wore blue taffeta and the junior bridesmaid, Miss Dorothy ZAMPINI, wore blue taffeta with a veil effect and a head dress to match her gown. The bride's brother, John GILDRITIS of Bridgeville, served as bestman. 

Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Dan Zampini home in Bridgeville. There were a hundred guests with forty-five seated at the bride's table. 

The young couple took a short wedding trip and are now at home in Carnegie. 

Mrs. FALDUTS is a graduate of South Fayette high school. Mr. FALDUTS, a graduate of Harding school, Carnegie, is employed by the Pennsylvania railroad. 

[ Louis J. FALDUTS to Mary Gildritis, 26 Sep 1942 ]
falduts_gildritis_10-02-1942_ro  (CT-L)

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Marriage Notice for William James FALLON to Isabel Foster Campbell, 25 May 1936 From the McDonald, PA Record ~or~ Outlook ~or~ Record-Outlook newspaper of June 5, 1936, page unknown:

FALLON - CAMPBELL

The marriage of Miss Isabel Foster CAMPBELL and William James FALLON took place Monday evening, May 25th, 1936, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. CAMPBELL, in Miami, Fla. The Rev. William K. C. THOMPSON, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Miami, performed the ceremony. The service took place before an improvised altar, Australian Pine branches forming the background in front of which were standards of white dahias. Prior to the entrance of the bridal party, Miss Anna KING played, "O Promise Me." on the violin, and "To a Wild Rose" announced the processional. "I Love You Truly" was played during
the ceremony. The bride entered on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. Miss Catherine YATES of Miami was maid of honor and Mary Lou CAMPBELL, sister of the bride, was junior bride's maid. Frank C. CAMPBELL was best man. Mrs. Edward B. KLOPPEl OF Baltimore, formerly of McDonald, was one of the aides.  The young couple will reside in Miami Beach, Fla. 

[ William James FALLON to Isabel Foster Campbell, 25 May 1936 ]  fallon_campbell_06-05-1936 (CT-L)

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Marriage Notice for Raymond FARR to Rena N. Descutner, 25 Oct 1936 From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of Nov. 13, 1936, page unknown:

FARR - DESCUTNER

Miss Rena N. DESCUTNER, daughter of Mr. Florentine L. and the late Lydia DESCUTNER of Philadelphia, and Mr. Raymond FARR, son of Mrs. and Mrs. H. E. FARR of Sugar City, Colo., were united in marriage Sunday, October 25, 1936, in the home of the bridegroom's parents in Colorado. The Rev. Paul L. HASTINGS, pastor of the Methodist church, performed the ceremony. The bride was attired in a gown of royal blue velvet and carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds. The maid of honor, Mrs. Charles
BRETTELL of Denver, Colo., sister of the bride, was attired in a gown of green chiffon velvet and carried a bouquet of tea rosebuds. Mr. Hugo G. RODECK of Boulder, Colo., was the bestman. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served in the Kingdon hotel. Present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo G. DODECK of Boulder, Colo., Mrs. A. J. WILLIAMS, a great aunt of the bridegroom, and Mrs. and Mrs. Charles BRETTELL of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. BARNES, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. KEENAN, and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. FARR. After a trip through Southern Colorado, the newlyweds will be at home to their friends at the BELL-FARR Gardens. The DESCUTNER family
formerly resided in McDonald. 

[ Raymond FARR to Rena N. Descutner, 25 Oct 1936 ]  farr_descutner_11-13-1936  (CT-L)

 

* (CB) = Some weddings typed by Volunteer Cindy Burchell.
* (CT-L) = Some weddings typed by Volunteer Carol Taylor-Lanza.

 

This page includes:  Frederick C. FAIRBANKS, no bride named
Robert Arthur FAITH to Evaline Irene Knepshield, 29 Aug 1937
Louis J. FALDUTS to Mary Gildritis, 26 Sep 1942
William James FALLON to Isabel Foster Campbell, 25 May 1936
Raymond FARR to Rena N. Descutner, 25 Oct 1936

This page was added June 1, 2007; updated July 1, 2007 ; updated Feb. 26, 2009 ; 
; updated May 18, 2009 ; updated May 24, 2009

 

 

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