New York Marriages - June 20, 1864

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New York Marriages - June 20, 1864

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Franklin - Stair - At Cleveland, Ohio, on Wednesday, June 15, by Rev. T. A. Starkey, assisted by Rev. W. H. Goodrich, Benjamin Franklin, of Newark, Ohio, and Emily M., youngest daughter of John Stair, esq., of the former place. No cards.

Hall - Watts - On Thursday evening, June 16, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. S. D. Burchard, D.D., J. Edwin Hall and Catharine, only daughter of Lewis H. Watts, esq.

McLarty - Gandar - On Friday, April 8, at the residence of Rev. Gardener Spring, New York, John McLarty, of Scotland, and Mary Gandar, of England, youngest daughter of Mr. John Gandar.

Pierce - Grendle - On Thursday, June 16, at the Astor House, by Rev. Mr. Brooks, Capt. George Pierce, of Rucksport, Me., and Leonora Delaney Grendle, of Washington, D.C.

Shankland - Leal - On Tuesday, June 14, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Mr. Gray, Hon. William H. Shankland, of Syracuse, and Mrs. Lucy Leal, daughter of Dr. C. King, of Honesdale, Penn.

Taylor - Eno - On Thursday, June 16, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Tenn., by Rev. C. Van Santvoord, D.D., Chaplain U.S.A., Capt Edward P. Taylor, U.S.A., and Augusta, daughter of Edward I. Eno, State Agent of Illinois for Department of Cumberland.

Source: New York Times, June 20, 1864

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