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From: Chris Hendrickson <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union July 10, 1929 - Marriage
Date: Sun, 18 May 2003 19:28:39 -0400
Brooklyn Standard Union July 10, 1929 Marriage
Miss Viola Patrice HENNESSY daughter of Mr. And Mrs. George N. HENNESSY,
of 78 Norwood avenue, Manchester, N. H., was married recently to
Valentine J. MCCANN at the Blessed Sacrament Church, Euclid Avenue. The
ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. John KEELY, was followed by a
Miss Mary CONWAY was maid of honor for Miss HENNESSY and George
HENNESSY, brother of the bridge, was Mr. MCCANNs best man. Mr. And Mrs.
MCCANN will mark their home in Manchester
Miss Rosemary A. HOULIHAN, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Patrick J. HOULIHAN,
of 951 East Thirty-second street, became the bride of James T. CORCORAN,
of 1059 Union street recently. The ceremony was performed by the Rev.
James MURPHY of St. Vincent Ferrers Church.
Miss Margaret M. HOULIHAN was maid of honor for the bride. Bertram
CORCORAN was the best man for his brother.
Mr. And Mrs. CORCORAN left ? motor for Atlantic City and ? their return
they will make their home on the Park Slope. (Transcriber's note - right
hand of article is missing)
Miss Sophia KABAT, of 165 West End avenue, Manhattan Beach, and Jerome
E. FRIES, of 1049 East Thirteenth street, were married recently at the
Park Manor. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Isreal GOLDFARB.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Harry KABAT. Miss
Ann KABAT was maid of honor for her sister, whose bridesmaids were the
Misses Miriam KABAT, Rose B?rasch, Shirley MANGEL, Ruth LEVIN?SOHN and
Benjamin WEINSTEIN was best man for Mr. FRIES, and the ushers were Harry
FRIES, Harold BERGE?, Joseph FRIES, Irving WEINSTE?, Herbert BLANK and
Max MARGOLIE?. The brides niece, Miss Shirley KABAT, was flowe girl and
Herbert MANGEL was page.
On their return from a trip to Maine, the Thousand Islands, Canada, Lake
Champlain and Lake George MR. And Mrs. FRIES will stay at a hotel in
Brooklyn until their home in Flatbush is ready for occupancy in the
early fall. (Transcriber's note - right hand of article is missing)
Transcribed for the Brooklyn Info Pages by Chris Hendrickson
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