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The Ogdensburg Journal
Saturday, September 13, 1913 page 4
Brockville, Sept. 13.—A wedding of interest to Brockvillians was solemnized Thursday at high noon at the summer residence of John A. Washburn, Rideau Lake, when his elder daughter, lone, became the wife of Charles Rutherford Rogers of Gouverneur, N. Y. The bride, who wore her traveling dress of blue Bedford cord, was assisted by Miss Dorothy Arnold of Westport, while the groom was unattended. The wedding took place upon the spacious veranda of the cottage, which had been beautifully decorated with foliage from river and forest and a great mass of autumn flowers. Rev. Dr. Stobo, pastor of the Smith Falls Baptist church, performed the ceremony. With, the exception of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arnold of Westport, only the immediate relatives of the bride were present. The wedding dinner was served at Fancy Free, the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. J. Washburn, and was a most enjoyable and happy function. The happy couple left by steamer for Smiths Falls enroute to Ottawa, thence they were to leave this morning for their honeymoon in the Adirondacks. Mrs. Rogers is a graduate of the training school for nurses in connection with the City hospital, Watertown, N. Y., and the groom is a rising young merchant of Gouverneur. affordable wedding dresses online

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario
Wednesday, February 1, 1950 page 26
CANNON-LEVINSKY - Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Cannon of Portland, Ontario, announce the engagement of their older daughter, Betty Ann, of Ottawa, to Mr. William Levinsky, only son of Mr. John W. Levinsky, and the late Mrs. Levinsky, of Ottawa. The marriage will take place February 25, 1950, at 1 o'clock, in Southminster United Church, Ottawa.

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario
Wednesday, May 26, 1976 page 9
CRYSTAL E. CANNON, M.D., graduate at the Spring Convocation of the University of Toronto, May 17, 1976, with a degree of Doctor of Medicine. She is the daughter of Dorothy and William Cannon, Portland, Ontario. Dr. Cannon will be interning at St. Joseph's Hospital in Toronto.

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario
Wednesday, September 3, 1919 page 8
BARKER - RIDDELL The marriage was solemnized at the residence of the bride's parents, Morrisburg, Ont., of Ethel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Riddell, to William F. Barker, Portland, Ont. The Rev. Hugh Cameron, of Knox Church, officiated. Only immediate relatives were present. Including the groom's sister, Miss Mary Barker, of Ottawa, and the bride's brother, Surg. Sub-Lieut. A. E. Riddell. Montreal. Both the bride and groom were unattended. The bride, who was given away by her father,wore a georgette silk crepe gown, trimmed silk fringe, and carried a bouquet of white roses. She also wore the bridegroom's gift, a gold necklace, set with diamonds. Miss Eva Becksted played the bridal march, and was gowned in taupe silk. Following a reception held after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Barker left on their honeymoon, by boat, for Montreal, Quebec City and the Saguenay. Going away the bride wore a brown valour cloth travelling suit with velvet hat to match. On their return they will reside at Portland, Ontario.