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Re: Charles and Edwin Dews
Posted by: Joe Fletcher (ID *****0532) Date: August 10, 2007 at 06:27:49
In Reply to: Charles and Edwin Dews by Emily Dews-St. Thomas of 238

Ellsworth American
Wednesday, December 4, 1901
Page 5
Ellsworth Falls News


The marriage of Miss Inez L. Gray and Edwin G. Dews was solemnized on Thursday evening, Nov. 28, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gray. The ceremony was preformed [sic] by Rev. J. P. Simonton, beneath an arch of evergreens and chrysanthemums. The ring service was used.

the bride wore white silk, and was attended by her younger sister, Miss Bessie Gray. The groom was accompanied by James Lynch, of Lowell. The rooms were very prettily arranged. About forty of the immediate relaties were in attendance.

Mrs. Dews is one of the Falls' most charming young ladies. Mr. Dews is a graduate of the Dexter high school, and an enterprising young man. He is associated with his father in the management of the Ellsworth woolen-mill on Branch pond stream. The newly-wedded couple were the recipients of many useful and beautiful presents, including valuable silverware and bric-a-brac.

Mr. and Mrs. Dews left on the evening train for a wedding trip, amidst the usual shower of rice. They have the best wishes of their many friends.

GRAY-DEWS-At Ellsworth Falls, Nov 28, by Rev J P Simonton, Miss Inez L Gray to Edwin G Dews, both of Ellsworth.

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