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Cook, James and Cook, Etta (née Perrin) (Married)
appeared in Watchman, 23 Feb 1899, p. 3, column 3
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The quiet little village of Cameron once

more has been the scene of a pretty wedding.

On Wednesday, Feb. 15th, a large number of

people of that place and surrounding country

assembled at St. George's church to witness

the marriage of Miss Etta Perrin to Mr. Jas.

Cook. When the last strains of the wedding

march, played by Miss Minnie Dewell, had

died away, Rev. M. McNamara tied the knot

neatly and securely. The bride wore a dress

of cream serge trimmed with cream satin and

chiffon, over which hung a bridal veil fastened

with a wreath of orange blossoms. Her sister

Miss Ethel Perrin of Lindsay, who acted as

bridesmaid, wore a dress of heliotrope color

trimmed with white silk. The groom was

assisted by Mr. W. Fountain of Coboconk.

After the ceremony was over the happy couple

followed by a large number of guests drove to

the home of Mr. Josiah Perrin where a

bountiful supper was in readiness. After doing

ample justice to the good things provided it is

needless to say that the young people enjoyed

themselves satisfactorily till the wee sma' hours

of the morning. The large number of beauti-

ful presents which the bride received attest

that she was a general favorite. The happy

couple who have taken up their abode in

Cameron, have the congratulations and best

wishes of the community at large and THE


Media Type
Genealogical Resource
Item Type
Wedding Announcements
Date of Publication
23 Feb 1899
Date Of Event
15 Feb 1899
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Cook, James and Cook, Etta (née Perrin) (Married)