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Moynes, Frederick and Moynes, Alice T. (née Wilson) (Married)
appeared in Canadian Post (Lindsay, ONT), 10 Jan 1896, p. 8, column 2
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Wedding Bells.

A LARGE party of guests assembled on the

evening of New Year's at the residence of

Mrs. J. LePage, William-st. north, to witness

the marriage

of Mr. Frederick Moynes, of Ops township, to her

neice, Miss Alice T.Wilson, of Fenelon.

The ceremony took place at 7:30 p.m., Rev. Mr.

Totten,of the Queen-st. church, officiating.

The groom was supported by his cousin, Mr.

Leslie Archer, of Tiny township, Simcoe county;

the bride was attended by Miss Lizzie

Moynes, sister of the groom,, and looked

lovely indeed in a gown of cream cashmere;

she carried a handsome boquet. After the

ceremony all sat down to a table groaning

under its weight of appetizing viands,

and when full justice had been done

thereto games and plays were introduced

and a very pleasant evening was spent.

The presents were numerous and many of

them costly, which testifies to the pop-

ularity of the young people.


Media Type
Genealogical Resource
Newspaper
Item Type
Marriage announcements
Date of Publication
10 Jan 1896
Date Of Event
01 Jan 1896
Last Name(s)
Moynes
Wilson
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
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Moynes, Frederick and Moynes, Alice T. (née Wilson) (Married)