Frederick Grant Boots + Ella Lucinda Redford
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|Marriage|| 29 September 1887|
Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA
At St. Alban's Church, Sussex, Thursday evening, Sep. 29, 1887, by the Rev. S. S. Burleson, Mr. Fred Boots and Miss Ella Redford, daughter of H. Redford, Esq.
Before the appointed hour the church was well filled, and at 7 o'clock the bell rang a joyous welcome to the happy bride and bridegroom who passed up the aisle to the strains of Lohegrin's beautiful wedding march, attended by Miss Etta Redford, sister of the bride, Miss Nina Smith and Messers. G. Redford and T. Zimmerman.
The bride was becomingly attired in electric-blue cashmere, and carried a handsome bouquet of natural flowers. The groom wore the customary black, while the brides' maids wore simply white muslin - each carrying a bouquet.
After the ceremony the bridal party proceeded to the home of the bride where a reception was tendered to the immediate relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties.
Among those present were: Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Burleson, Mr. And Mrs. D. P. Topping, Mr. And Mrs. F. C. Redford, Mrs. H. Boots, mother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boots, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elliott, Mr. J. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. M.Delaney, Mr.and Mrs. J. Hart, Mrs. Albion, Misses Jennie and Annie Pendergast, Miss Nina Smith and Jenny Cross, of Waukesha; Misses Iraskey, Roots, Gutzner, Milwaukee; Misses Mary Campbell, Mary Cusick, Rhoda Edwards, Gussie Burchard, Clara Singelbach, Maplet Redford, Jean Boots and Messers. O. Campbell, P. Pendergast, J. Colvig, G. Short, M. Pendergast, T. Zimmerman, G. Singelbach.
Mr. and Mrs. Boots take their departure for Minneapolis this month where the groom is about to engage in business.
That the path which they tread together, may be a smooth and pleasant one, is the heart-felt wish of their many friends.
Waukesha Freeman, Thursday, October 6, 1887