Marriages

1896

Herbert - Doyle

Wednesday, February 12, 1896

A quiet and pretty wedding took place at St. John's church, Prescott road, on Tuesday, when Mr. Thomas Herbert led to the altar Miss Annie Doyle, daughter of Mrs. P. Doyle, only the immediate friends of the contracting parties being present

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1897

A very pleasant event took place at St. John’s church

Tuesday, March 9, 1897

A very pleasant event took place at St. John’s church. Osgoode, on Monday. March 1st, when Mr. R. Gossin of Kars was united in marriage to Miss Maggie daughter of Mr. D. McNeely. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father McCawley. The bride was assisted by her sister, Katie, while the groom was supported by Mr. T. O'Calleghan of Kars. After the ceremony they repaired to the home of her father where a pleasant evening was spent. The high esteem in which the young couple were held was shown by the many pretty and useful presents which they received.

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A very pretty wedding

Tuesday, July 20, 1897

A very pretty wedding was solomnized in St. Bridget's church, Osgoode. on Wednesday. July 14th, when Mr. Joseph Purcell of Ottawa led to the altar one of our fairest maidens in the person of Miss Katie McNeely. The bride was assisted by her sister. Sarah, while the groom was supported by his brother, Mr. P. Purcell. The happy young couple left on the 3 p. m. train amidst showers of rice and old slippers for Montreal and Quebec, carrying with them the goods wishes of a host of friends.

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1899

Married Yesterday

Wednesday, October 18, 1899

MARRIED YESTERDAY. — James Burns of Gloucester and Miss Catherine Jordan, daughter of Mr. John Jordan of Osgoode, were united in marriage in the Catholic church at Dawson yesterday morning. Rev. Father McCauley, the parish priest, performed the ceremony. Thomas Jordan, brother of the bride, was best man. and Miss Annie Burns, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid.

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1907

Herbert - Clelland

Friday, February 8, 1907

A pretty wedding too place at the church of St. John the Evangelist at Dawson, Osgoode, on Wednesday morning when Mr. Thomas Herbert, a well known resident of Osgoode, and Miss Minnie Clelland, daughter of Mr. Hugh Clelland. farmer and grain merchant of Osgoode Station, were united in matrimony.

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Cardo - Blanchfield

Monday, November 25, 1907

A very pretty wedding took place this morning at 9.30 in St. John’s Church, Osgoode, on the Prescott Road, when Mr. Thomas Cardo, engineer of the American Bank Note Company of this city, was united in marriage to Miss Margaret M. Blanchfield, daughter of the late Patrick Blanchfield, of Osgoode.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father McCauley of St. John’s, in the presence of a large number of friends of the family.

The bride wore a smart tailor-made suit of navy blue chiffon broadcloth, with hat to match.

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1911

A marriage of interest

Thursday, September 14, 1911

A marriage of interest to many Ottawans was solemnized in St. John's Church, Osgoode, on Tuesday, Sept. 5, when Miss Elisabeth A., third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dewan was wedded to Mr. Thomas J., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip MeEvoy.

Rev. Father McCauley performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass.

The bride, charmingly attired in a gown of steel grey and wearing the gift of the bridegroom, a locket set with a diamond, was attended by her cousin. Miss Kate M. Whelan, Ottawa, while Mr. Arthur Kelly, Bray’s Crossing, supported the groom.

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1914

Dewan - Kelly

Thursday, January 29, 1914

An event of interest to many Ottawans took place at Osgoode on Tuesday, Jan. 20, in the marriage in St. Bridget’s church of Mr. Edmond Dewan, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dewan, and Miss Violet, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, all of Osgoode.

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1916

Shields - Milligan

Saturday, December 2, 1916

On Thursday. Nov. 30, at St. John’s church, Manotick. by Rev. Father Corkery, Annie M., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Milligan Manotick, to Tim, son of Mrs. Eliza Shields, Kemptville, Ont.

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1919

Shields - Doyle

Thursday, September 18, 1919

One of the prettiest weddings of the season look place on Tuesday morning In St. John’s Church, Osgoode, when Mary Marguerite, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs, James Doyle, was united in marriage to Mr. Stephen M. Shields, son of the late Thos. and Mrs. Shields, all of Osgoode, Rev. Father F. Corkery officiating.

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