Family: William Henry Lattimer / Georgia Anna Woodbury (F17032)

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  • William Henry LattimerFather | Male
    William Henry Lattimer

    Born  24 Jan 1854   
    Died  25 Nov 1944   
    Father  John Lattimer | F17031 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Sabra Stowell | F17031 Group Sheet 

    Georgia Anna WoodburyMother | Female
    Georgia Anna Woodbury

    Born  24 Apr 1859   
    Died  27 Jan 1929   
    Father  George Farnham Woodbury | F60040 Group Sheet 

    George Woodbury LattimerChild 1 | Male
    George Woodbury Lattimer

    Born  23 Jul 1886   
    Died  4 Sep 1947   
    Spouse  Ada Belle Fitzgerald | F29427 

    John Woodbury LattimerChild 2 | Male
    John Woodbury Lattimer

    Born  3 Mar 1882  Orwell, Oswego County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  3 May 1945  Crouse-Irving Hospital, Syraucse, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    Spouse  Elvira Hilton | F1582 
    Married  27 Mar 1907  Orwell, Oswego County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location

    Clara Ella LattimerChild 3 | Female
    Clara Ella Lattimer

    Born  Oct 1880   
    Died  1918   
    Spouse  Elvin James Bambury | F29425 

    Anna Sabra LattimerChild 4 | Female
    Anna Sabra Lattimer

    Born  Sep 1893   
    Died  1968   

  • Notes 
    • Newspaper Article - Thursday, January 8, 1880 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Married - Lattimer-Woodbury - At the house of Col. George F. Woodbury, father of the bride, in Orwell, New York, January 1st, 1880, by Rev. J. Douglas, Mr. William H. Lattimer and Miss Georgia A. Woodbury, both of Orwell.

      Newspaper Article - Thursday, January 15, 1880 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Orwell - One of the most brilliant and interesting social events which has occurred in our annals for some time, took place according to arrangement on the birthday of the new year, which was indeed a most fitting day for so happy indication, which was no less than the solemnization of the nuptials of that charming belle of our society, Miss Georgiana, next to the youngest daughter of our honored friend, Col. George F. Woodbury, with Mr. William H. Lattimer, one of our most popular and rising young man. At the appointed time, Rev. James Douglas, of Pulaski, accompanied by his wife, drew up his spanking span of ponies at the home of the bride, followed in due season by the guests, then, "The words were said, the deed was done, which made two loving hearts to beat as one." The traditional marriage feast was of course rich, and "there was much joy," and with (in imagination) the wedding chimes softly pealing on the air, mingled with the congratulations of many friends and the happiest complements of the new year, their bark of matrimony was thus auspiciously launched upon the great sea of life. May kind heaven gently and safely guide the craft down the stream of time, with no ripple to mar its surface, and vouchsafe much of that happiness which is the type of the "life to be." Among the guests from abroad were Mr. and Mrs. George Davis, of Mexico, and John Richards and mother, of Pulaski. The bride was the recipient of many elegant and valuable presents. The newly wedded pair took the evening train west to spend the honeymoon abroad.