Evans-Fordyce Marriage, 1903

EVANS-FORDYCE - The C. P. parsonage of Carmichaels, Pa., presented a very pretty scene December 1st, 1903, at 6 a.m., when Miss Belle Fordyce and Charles M. Evans attended by Miss Pearl Rinehart and G. B. McDonald, entered the parlor and were united in marriage by Rev. James Hamilton, in the presence of a few immediate relatives and friends. After congratulations the "Minister of the Manse" invited the guests tot he dining room where all partook of an excellent breakfast. The happy couple soon left after showers of rice and old shoes for a short wedding trip. The bride is a daughter of the late Corbly Fordyce, and a most excellent young lady. She has been a member of the family at the parsonage since her own home was broken up last spring. The groom is the youngest son of B. B. Evans, of Carmichaels, and has gone into business for himself. They were the recipients of a number of useful and valuable presents. Their many friends join in wishing them a long and prosperous journey through life.

Waynesburg Independent, December 10, 1903

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