DE-OLD-NEWS-L ArchivesArchiver > DE-OLD-NEWS > 2007-02 > 1171843852
Subject: [DE~Old-News] New Article for United States - Delaware
Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2007 18:10:52 -0600
A new article has been added at Newspaper Abstracts > United States > Delaware > Sussex
Direct link to article: http://www.newspaperabstracts.com/link.php?id=32634
Submitted by: Harrison H Howeth
Article Title: Salisbury Times
Article Date: April 20 1954
Article Description: Donahue-Lawton Nuptials Are Held
Lewes, Del., April 20, 1954:
Miss Patricia ann Lawton, daughter of John Robinson Lawton of Angola, became the bride of Gordon Alvin Donahue, son of Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Frederick Donahue of Lewes, Saturday, in Bethel Methodist Church at Lewes at 2 P.M.
The Rev, Edward Dougherty, pastor, performed the ceremony.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white lace, her finger tip veil of nylon net was attached to a lace shell cap and her bouquet was of white rosebuds and stephenotis with a white orchid center.
Mrs James Whitely Travis, Jr., of Rehoboth Beach, was her sisters matron of honor. with her gown of yellow lace, topped by a short lace cape, she wore a a garland of yellow flowers and carried a bouquet of blue iris.
The bridesmaid, Miss Ann Carter Hill of Lewes, wore a blue lace gown and her bouquet was of yellow iris.
The best man was Ronald Donoven of Lewes and ushers were Robert Short and Donald Mitchell of Lewes.
Mrs Joseph Clare Phillips of Lewes played the wedding music and the soloist was Betty Gibson of Lewes.
The bride is the granddaughter of the late Thomas R. Ingram, former president of Sussex Trust Company and his wife Elizabeth Schelleneger Ingram of Lewes.
Mr. Donahue is in the Coast Guard at the Indian River Station. They will make their home at 302 West 4th Street in Lewes.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
NewspaperAbstracts.com - Finding our ancestors in the news! TM