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Raymond Virgil Seely


Gender: Male


Spouse: Charlotte Nadine Walker

Date of Marriage: November 23, 1947

Marriage Place: Medford, OR

Charlotte Walker And Raymond Seely Wedded At Chapel

Among November brides is the former Miss Charlotte Nadine Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker, Gold Hill, whose marriage to Raymond Virgil Seely of 327 North Holly street, Medford, was an event of November 23 at the Chapel of the Rocks and Roses. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C. Seely of Edgewater, Colo.

The marriage vows were read at 7:30 o’clock in the evening by the Rev. D.E. Millard, who also was soloist. About 25 guests were present for the wedding ceremony, read in a setting of chrysanthemums.

Miss Walker, whose father gave her in marriage, was attired in a beige suit worn iwith a corsage of gardenias and yellow rosebuds.
Mrs. Leslie Walker, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. She also wore a suit of beige tones and gardenias. Mr. Walker was best man for the bridegroom.

Mr. and Mrs. Seely made a wedding trip to California and will be at home at 18 North Orange street. The bride, a native of Gold Hill, was graduated from high school there and now is with Montgomery Ward and company. Her husband is a graduate of Boulder high school in Colorago and is also with Montgomery Ward. He served more than three years in the navy as a quartermaster in the submarine service.

Coming from a distance to attend the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. George Hammersley, aunt and uncle of the bride, from St. Jones, Calif., and Mrs. Olina Kuhl of Antigo, Wisc.
Published in the Medford Mail Tribune (Medford, Oregon), Sunday November 30, 1947
[Great-grandson of SGS # 3912 – Raymond Virgil; Wilbur Clinton; Samuel T.; Thadeus Parker (# 3912); Theron Bailey (# 1768); Thaddeus; John; Ebenezer; Jonas; Obadiah]

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