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New York Marriages - May 28, 1874

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Baker - Smull - May 26, at St. Thomas' Church, by Rev. Dr. Helm, of Sing Sing, Clinton G. Baker to Frances Isabelle Smull, daughter of the late Thomas Smull, all of New York.

Edwards - Magee - In Paris, on the 12th of May, at the United States Legation, by Rev. Edwin W. Hitchcock, Pastor of the American Chapel, Alfred L. Edwards, of New York City, and Arabella Stuart, eldest daughter of the late Duncan L. Magee, of Schuyler County, NY.

MacPherson - Stevens - On Wednesday, May 27, at the residence of the bride' father, No. 107 East 31st st., by Rev. Dr. Conklin, Murdock MacPherson to Jennie E., only daughter of Ebenezer Stevens, esq.

North - Stewart - On Wednesday, May 27, at Philadelphia, by Rev. Bishop Simpson, assisted by Rev. Wm. Munroe, Rev. F. Mason North, of New York, to Fannie L., daughter of Jas. R. Stewart, esq., of Philadelphia.

Tobler - Silverman - At the residence of the bride's father, May 26, 1874, by Hon, William F. Havemeyer, Mayor of this City, Walter Eugene Tobler, of Trogen, Switzerland, to Miss Charlotte Silverman. daughter oif H. M. Silverman, esq.

Woodruff - Smith - At Janesville, Wis., May 14, by Rev. G. W. Dunbar, Baker Woodruff, of New York, and Julia Elizabeth, daughter of James W. Smith, esq., of Janesville.

Source: New York Times, May 28, 1874

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