Slingerland Roberts Wedding, Middletown Times-Press, 16 Oct 1891, p. 3
It the of town this el- in corners even- prisoner, was by N.niccrlniid-Kobcrli, Tho pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Roberts near Johnsons was the Thursday of a happy event in the of the family. The occasion was the marriage of their daughter Gintvra to Mr. William .1. Slingerland. The ceremony ceremony was performed at 2 80 o'clock the Rev. R. H. Taylor, pntor of the Wtstlown Presbyterian church. MlÂ» Ella Hill was bridesmaid nnd Mr. Martin Slinpcrland of this city, brother of Hie groom, waa best man. Tbo bride wore brown silk trimmed with passementerie. Thobridismai'l wai dressed in olive green sillt. lioth carried elcpant botiqiicls. The happy couple f l n r t out ia lifo u n d e r the brightest of Katurc was all smiles, Hie day being of the brightest of the fall's- clinrminc weather. Fine and coolly presents attested, attested, the esteem in which the bride Ihe man of her choice were held by relatives and friends. After the ceremony and congratulation's Mr. and Mrs Slingerland led the way the dining room where tho assembled company of fifty tat down to a repast. Later tlie newly wedded left the amid a thower of rice and took Ibo (jr New York. They w i l l lake extended trip before their return.