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William C. Miller

William C. Miller

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  • Name William C. Miller 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I59414  stewartsny.com
    Last Modified 15 Sep 2021 

    Father Unknown Miller 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F49129  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Cora T. Eaton,   b. Abt 1869, Pulaski, Oswego, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
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    • Newspaper Article - Wednesday, January 26, 1898 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - The Miller-Eaton Wedding - One of the most prominent social events of this month was the wedding, last Wednesday, at the Baptist church in which Mr. William C. Miller and Miss Cora T. Eaton were united in the bonds of wedlock. The hour set for the ceremony was five o'clock but that time was exceeded a little. The church was very prettily trimmed with evergreens and white flowers and Mrs. Charles Tollner Jr. presided at the organ rendering in her skillful manner several selections before the wedding party arrived. On then arrival, the ushers, Messrs. Clifford L. Finster and A. Monroe Warner, in time with the wedding march, advanced to the altar. Mr. Edwin Miller, the groom's brother, and Miss Carrie Eaton, sister of the bride, entered the church and walked to the altar by the left aisle. Mr. D. Harold Hall and Miss Florence Betts entered and advanced by the right aisle, and in the same aisle the bride and groom pass to the altar where they were met by the Rev. D. Judson Bailey, who pronounced a brief ceremony which made the two husband and wife. The bride was gowned in heavy white silk. The ceremony was followed by a reception and wedding supper at the bride's home on Lake street, which was enjoyed by about 150 friends of the bride and groom. The home was decorated with flowers and evergreens to an extent that made it very pleasant Owing to the lateness of the hour and the nearness to the train time the bride and groom did not receive the whole company but the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. James Eaton received the guests in their stead. The supper was served by Messrs. William Perry and John Chittenden, of the Randall, who were favored with much merited praise. The presents which were of the most magnificent articles likely to be presented on such an occasion were greatly admired. They ranged from a child's broom to an elegant birds eye maple chamber suit, and the intermediate articles included cash, silver, and many, many articles which will adorn and make delightful their home. Mr. and Mrs. Miller left on the evening train for New York where they are now spending a week viewing the beauties of the great city. Mr. Miller came to this town about three years ago to take charge of the United States Express office and during the time he has been here he has made many friends by his pleasant and genial ways. The bride is a lifelong resident of the town and has a large circle of friends here. On the return from their bridal trip they will commence keeping house in the residence of Dr. G. W. Betts, corner of Lake and Broad streets. Guests from out of town, present at the wedding were: Miss Nellie Miller, Mr. Edwin Miller, Utica; Mr. Monroe Warner, Fort Edward; Mrs. John Carlisle, Watertown; Mr. and Mrs. Pease, Baldwinsville; Mrs. Mosher and son, Harold, Van Buren; Dr. C. E. Potter, Middletown; Miss Adelaide Klock, Oswego; Miss Flora Nelson, Richland; Mr. and Mrs. Earle Taylor, Misses Alice and Anna Bard, Mr. C. I. Miller, Miss Katherine Boylan, Mr. George W. Patten, Mrs. John Porter, Mexico.
    Last Modified 15 Sep 2021 
    Family ID F22681  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart