John Nicholas wedding

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John Nicholas wedding - JTOJffi 16 OSBIUIM! IPER 4 NICHOLAS WEDDING...
JTOJffi 16 OSBIUIM! IPER 4 NICHOLAS WEDDING LAST EVENING. WELSH-M'OOSHAOK NUPTIALS — Seaman, — T&owell, , a .^Tedding8. The most brilliant churoh wedding has taken place in this city in the listory of the present generation of society devotees was that of Miss Esther Stevenson Nicholas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- 8. Nicholas, and Drury Walls Dooper, son of Professor and Mrs. Jacob 'ooper, in Christ Churoh last evening. The churoh was simply deooratod with lowers wUhifi the chancel raiting aud the oereiuony was witueBSed"hy» largo num guests from the fashionable poa of this and many other oitiea, A ho ille&the ohuroh. P inaptly at 7 30 o'clock the etfiuns of adding march from 'M^henjgrin.' 1 d by Protfcsspr Kiley, of Urooklyn, unnifanced the arrival of the bridal party. A* the party entered the churoh it iuet by the ushers who led ihe procession procession up the centre able, followed by eight bridesmaids, the maid of honor the bride, whu wa* escorted by her father. At the chancel they were met the bridegroom aud best man. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R B. Joyce; the rector of the church,. TJ^bride wore a charming gown of white satin and point lace, with diamond ornaments, the gift of the bridegroom, a vei\of tulle. She carried white roses. Tbe maid of honor was Miss Mary Nicholas, a sister of the biid). She was gowned in white satin and u<trried lilies the valley. The bridesmaids, who wore, white organdie and carried daisies and lilies of valley, were Missed Laura KirkPatrick, KirkPatrick, Frances Steveos/Kate Carpender and Alice G .rpender, of this ^bity; Miss Edith Carpendor, of New York: .H/Tf'-i'l 1 . ri.li.!' f --_f. .... •* T'':. _ f \. i Mi^- Carrie iLeveretta, of Long Island; Miss Cornelia Huntibgton, of New York, Mws Mamie Nicholas, of B*linore, cousin of the bride. The beat man was Professor William Cooper, of New Orleans, a brother of bridegroom. The ushers were t; Carter Nicholas, brother of the ' *rid«» Henry' Stevdns, WHIiam V. B. of :0hioag(> jsPhllyi Brett, o .^^^^^ ot?ing the ceremony a: reception held r at Lindenwood, the homo of bride's parento, on Clifton avo.nuo. w<;ioh was attended by the relatives and unute friends of the contracting aities. The|house was prettily decorated decorated with white roses, and daisies and he bride feoeived under an alcove of flowers, lluss, ot Elizabeth, was the caterer. The/, bride received many handsome presents, including gifts of a silver service service and diamond jewelry irom present Lady Cunard, Baron Sohroeder, of Germany, Germany, an k uncle of the bride, and Count Sohwalbaoh, of Berlin, the bride's OOUKUI Mr. and Mrs. Cooper lefc on the 9.03 a'clock train last evening on their wedding wedding tour and upon their return will reside reside with Dr. Cooper. Mr. Cooper is connected with the distinguished law firm of Kerr, Ourth & Company, of JSfew York c^tyj , The hridb comes of a very distioguiihed Virginian family. The great grandfather of her father was Robert Carter Nicholas, the first .Colonial Secretary of Virginia, and his BOO, John Carey Nicholas, was the first Colonial Governor, of Virginia. Mr. Nicholas's father was Captain John Nicholas of the navy, Oneot bis great aunts was the celebrated Miss Patterson, who married Jerome Bonaparte, and another another great aunt, Mrs, Carey, of Baltimore, Baltimore, refuped General Washington, according according to 4 statement in Bishop Mead's history of old Virginian families. The bride's paternal grandia&er was a general in the British ar^'fw? ,more than $0 yejaw.ani one of her uncles. " ot whom»|erd offioers, Coloiatt William the Hoyal ' "' '- f it* late Lfiwtor, who is etill living 1 , Guards ofjioodon. - ~~ f Dr, €oowr w*» a stateaman, William Gladstone, ' Among «ihe m>6y gueats at the wedding wedding were the following : ' fii f Mrs. John Nicholas, gownjd in grey silk, triinmed with old laoe. •• Mrs. Jacob Cooper, blaok silk gown and, wliif^ lace. Mrs Imbrie, of New York, of the bride, heliotrope silk, s E. U»rt, black silk and wffl lace. * - , Muc P.* IX Williamson, black, velvet and point lace. Mrs. i'Vanois rC Stevens, black silk. * ' *

Clipped from The Daily Times16 Jun 1898, ThuPage 1

The Daily Times (New Brunswick, New Jersey)16 Jun 1898, ThuPage 1
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