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1905 wedding announcement
Posted by: Linda (ID *****8825) Date: May 20, 2003 at 10:01:51
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I found this interesting. Can anyone tell me which family she fits into?? Thanks.

October 26, 1905 Canastota Nuptial Event
Earl Miller Buyea and Ethel Lillian Betsinger United
Canastota-October 25- At the house of Mr. & Mrs. J.M. Betsinger in Pleasant street, at 3 o'clock this afternoon, their daughter, Ethel Lillian Betsinger, was united in marriage to Earl Miller Buyea of Clockville. The house was decorated with autumn leaves and cedars and presented a handsome appearance. The ceremony was performed in the parlor beneath an arch of cedar, by Rev. Julian W. Case, pastor the First Baptist church. The best man was Carl Moon of Stockbridge and the bride was attended by Miss Gertrude Betsinger, a sister of the bride. The ushers were Louis Bridge and Fenton Webster, both of Clockville. The bride wore a handsome gown of white lace. The bridesmaid's gown was green crepe de chene. Following the ceremony there was a reception and refreshments were served.
Following the reception Mr. & Mrs. Buyea left on the 5:18 o'clock train for Buffalo, where they will spend the honeymoon. They will make their home at Clockville and will be at home to their friends in that village after December 15. The bride is one of Canastota's most charming daughters. The groom is a progressive young business man of Clockville, being proprietor of a general store in that Village.


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