Leonard P. Seeley

Personal

Gender: Male

Marriage

Spouse: Marie Gorsline

Date of Marriage: March 6, 1893

Marriage Place: Chicago, IL

L.P. Seeley, formerly of Reynoldsville, now of Pittsburg, a member of the Seeley, Alexander & Co. banking house, was in town last week and was a trifle elated over the fact that he had been married almost three weeks and the people of Reynoldsville had not heard it yet. Dame Rumor had the ex-Reynoldsville merchant married, or soon to be married, to three or four different ladies inside of as many years, and the whyfore of his glee over the matter was to think he had been married twenty days and it was yet a secret. Mr. Seeley married a charming young widow of Bloomington, Ill., and not a Baltimore lady, as stated in the Pittsburg Dispatch of last Friday. Dr. Alexander, who was at Pittsburg several week ago and was at Mr. Seeley’s home and met his bride, say she is a handsome and highly cultured woman. The Illinois lady was visiting friends in the “Smoky City” when Leonard got acquainted with her and Cupid’s arrow hit the mark. Although a little late, yet the STAR wishes the happy couple success in their matrimonial journey.

Published in The Star (Reynoldsville, PA), March 29, 1893

[Son of SGS # 2736 – Leonard Perrin; William Grey (# 2736); Loren (#1085); Benjamin; Benjamin; Joseph; John; Nathaniel; Robert]