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Flora C. Seeley

Personal

Gender: Female

Marriage

Spouse: Almeron R. Barnes

Date of Marriage: January 24, 1884

Marriage Place: Fabius Township, MI

MARRIED at the residence of the bride’s mother, Mrs. C.P. Seeley on Thursday January 24, by Rev. J.W. Beardslee, Almeron R. Barnes and Flora C. Seeley all of Fabius.

The ceremony was largely attended by relatives and friends of the bride and groom, who congratulate the happy couple and presented them with many beautiful and valuable presents. A bountiful supper was served and a jolly good time was had by all present. It was the printer’s good fortune to be remembered with a box of the nicest cake that has reached out sanctum in many a day, and should the groom ever go hungry, we shall conclude that it was because he failed to furnish the materials from which goodies are made, by skillful hands.

Published in the Three Rivers Herald, February 1, 1884


MARRIED in Fabius January 24th, 1884, by Rev. J.W. Beardslee, Almeron R. Barnes and Flora C. Seeley, both of Fabius. A large company was present to witness the ceremony and congratulate the young couple, bring many presents, among which we note the following: Couch and silver castor, Mrs. C.P. Seeley; silver cake basket, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Brody; parlor lamp, Mr. Ernest Seeley; bracket, Charlie Seeley; set silver knives and forks, Mr. Wm. Hopkins; pick jar, Miss S.A. Hopkins; beautiful silver spoon holder, Miss Belle Brody, Miss Mary B. Smith and Mr. J. Spyglemeyer; pair of silver napkin rings, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Cole; silver pickle castor, Miss Teressa Offinger; silver plated pickle jar, Mr. J. Noss; ½ dozen eff cups, Mr. J. Noss, Fruit dish in silver frame, Miss Eva Wyman; silver butter knife, Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Morrison; silver sugar spoon, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King; very nice damask table cloth, Mr. and Mrs. O. Shepherdson; large lace tidy, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Ferguson; high china cuspidor, Mrs. C.W. Smith; full set glassware, 33 pieces, Anon.

Published in the St. Joseph County Advertiser and Constantine Weekly Mercury, undated, and donated to the Seeley Genealogical Society by Roeberta Shingledecker.

[Granddaughter of SGS # 1972 – Flora C.; Clark Pine; Gershom/Gersham (#1972); Stephen (# 612); Hezekiah; Nathaniel; Nathaniel; Nathaniel; Nathaniel; Robert]