Family: Charles H. Brown / Addie Dunbar (F56975)

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  • Charles H. BrownFather | Male
    Charles H. Brown


    Addie DunbarMother | Female
    Addie Dunbar

    Died  1890   
    Father  Maurice L. Dunbar | F56974 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Anna Janette Wilder | F56974 Group Sheet 

  • Notes 
    • Newspaper Article - Thursday, May 15, 1890 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - South Richland - The modest home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dunbar was the scene of a very happy event on Wednesday evening of last week. About fifty of their friends had gathered there to witness the marriage of their only daughter, Addie, to Charles H. Brown, of New Haven, New York. The day was full list, the company was select, being composed of the young friends of the bride and groom elect, and a few of the near relatives, and the entire occasion was one of much delight, being prevailed with that happy ripple of the joyfulness peculiar to a nuptial celebration. A few minutes passed five o'clock the piano sounded forth the wedding march in response to the artistic touches Mrs. Charles Goodrich, of Holmesville, the happy couple entered the parlor and halted in front of the bank of potted plants, where Rev. C. H. Walton, an uncle of the bride, performed the solemn ceremony, which _them husband and wife. The bride was beautifully attired in cream valen_ lace over cream _, and artistically trimmed with moire ribbon, while she carried in her hands a large bouquet of white carnations and white roses. The groom was faultlessly dressed in a Prince Albert suit of black, and it was the verdict of all present that both groom and bride never looked so well. Hearty congratulations followed the ceremony and wedding supper was served, which consisted of the usual _ and delicacies. The presents were numerous, elegant and useful. Among those present from out of town were John W. Wilder, an uncle of the bride, of Cincinnati, Ohio; H. E. Harmon and wife, of Watertown; G. Howlson, of Brockville, Canada, and Mrs. Charles Harmon, from the Adirondacks. Letters of regret were received from friends in Denver, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Jackson, Michigan, Kenton, Ohio, Syracuse, Oswego, and Ogdensburg. The happy groom, with his bride left, amid a copious shower of rice, on the evening train for a brief wedding trip to Niagara Falls, and other points of interest, after which they will at once commenced housekeeping at New Haven, where the groom is the trusted and rising employee of the R. W. & O. railroad company. The best wishes of a large circle of friends will accompany them on life's journey.