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Blackwell, T. P. Burton and Blackwell, Margaret A. (Maggie) (née Sibley) (Married)
appeared in Watchman, 23 Feb 1899, p. 3, column 3
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A quiet and happy event took place in the

town of Durham, when Miss Maggie Sibley,

second daughter of the late J. C. Sibley of

Erin, was united in the holy bonds of matri-

mony to Mr. Burton Blackwell of Cannington.

The ceremony was prerformed at 4 o'clock

p.m. at the residence of Rev. J. W. Kitching,

B.A., borther-in-law of the bride, who tied

the nuptial knot. The bride, who was attired

in a pleasing costume of corn-blue brocade

trimmed with silk and velvet, was given away

by her brother, Mr. Will Sibley, while Miss

May Ewing of Rosemont rendered the wedding

march. At the conclusion of the ceremony

the guests repaired to the dining-room, where

an excellent repast was provided, Miss Sibley

was the recipient of numerous and handsome

presents. The newly-wedded pair took the

evening train for Toronto, subsequently to

return to Sunny Brae farm, and are receiving

the congratulations of their many firends.

Miss Sibley was well known and highly

esteemed in Cannington, having been engaged

on the public school staff for three years. THE

WATCHMAN-WARDER extends congratula-


Media Type
Genealogical Resource
Item Type
Wedding Announcements
Date of Publication
23 Feb 1899
Date Of Event
02 Feb 1899
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Blackwell, T. P. Burton and Blackwell, Margaret A. (Maggie) (née Sibley) (Married)