Isabella Batten. Any relation to the Battens I'm researching?
JmISS ISABELLA BATTEN WEDS. i i. ... ... .tsognier of mr. and mrs. ueorge Bitten the Bride of A. Y. McNeill. Spniil t Th Xrre York Tim ti. HONTCLAIR, N. J.. Jan. 11. Miss Isa- Isa- ila Batten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rs Batten of Montclalr. was married M iftmoon to Arthur Yates McNeill 5f Hiddonfield. N. J. The ceremony was rformed In St. Luke's Episcopal Church tle presence of many frlend3. The tftlclatlng minister was the Rev. Dr. L. J BAUen, rector of St. Mark's Church, w York l.r,-.tk.r l.r,-.tk.r l.r,-.tk.r ih. hrl.t.'n father. H a( assisted by Archdeacon Frederick vaner. rector of St. Luke a. The maid ot honor was Miss Emellne UUn. a sister of the bride, and the I ower cirl was RUnrhe Shivers Of Had- Had- -oufxid. -oufxid. the bride's cousin. The best 7 ia John Upplncott of Haddon- Haddon- 'td, and :he ushers were Joseph Bat-". Bat-". Bat-". the bride's brother, of Montclalr; .rowmr.g Canfield of Woodbury. N. J.: 'r William Hamilton of Malvern. Penn.;. Ahlit Wn'ets or Haddonfleld. Ralph Pat- Pat- J -"rn -"rn of .New York, and George Bergen iV'Hiwidunlield. U Th bride wore a gown of white bridal Wim, trimmed with duchesj-e duchesj-e duchesj-e lace, an r nrloorn fro.n the bride's grandmother. I j bride carried a bouquet of whitB li'.ie of the valley, and white !thcr. the latter being a tribute to the :vt land of the brldepron.. Following " 'dtiitif ihtre wag a reception at the !,'t of the brides parents, VI I'nlon :-t. :-t. :-t. Mr. nd Mrs. McN'elll will make j-tj- j-tj- j-tj- j-tj- Lome In Haddonfleld.