Headlee-Lemley Wedding, 1920



Miss Vada Luella Lemley, of East Waynesburg, and Albert Ewing Headley, of Brock, were married Thursday afternoon, February 26, at 2:30 o'clock at the residence of the officiating minister, the Rev. F. D. Esenwein, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Waynesburg. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left on a wedding trip, returning home Monday afternoon. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lemley, of East Waynesburg, and is well known here. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Headley, of Brock, and is one of the best known young farmers of that section. Mr. and Mrs. Headley will reside at Brock.

Democrat Messenger, March 5, 1920 (Greene County, PA)


Mr. Albert Headley, of Brock, and Miss Vada Lemley, of Waynesburg, were united in marriage, Thursday afternoon, February 26, at the First Methodist Episcopal parsonage by the pastor, Rev. F. D. Esenwein. Mr. and Mrs. Headley left on the 2:45 train on a wedding trip.

Waynesburg Republican, March 4, 1920 (Greene County, PA)

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