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News of Chicago Society - Chicago Daily Tribune | October 4, 1914
Chicago Daily Tribune | October 4, 1914
News of Chicago Society

Annoncement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Theodore Tyler (Louise Shepard) and Ralph Martin Shaw which took place on Tuesday in the chapel of Trinity Methodist church, with the Rev. John M. Mc Gann, rector of Trintiy, performing the ceremony.

Additional Notes: Louise Shepard, the daughter of Thomas H. Shepard, was first married to Chicago lawyer Theodore Robb Tyler on 08 Oct 1902. He died in Chicago on 16 Apr 1913. They were the parents of Louise and Thomas Tyler.

Ralph M. Shaw, whom she married on 29 Sep 1914 was first married to Mary Stephens, daughter of Redmond Stephens and Louis (Brier) on 29 Aug 1896 and were the parents of one child, Ralph M. Shaw, Jr. Mary passed away on 08 Jul 1913. - pdp

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Ralph M. Shaw (1869-1949) - Photo & Brief Biographical Sketch
Former Residence of Ralph M. Shaw (1427 N. State Parkway)
Lawyers of Winston, Payne, Strawn & Shaw
Society News - Chicago Daily Tribune 17 Jul 1921
Chicago Daily Tribune | July 17, 1921
News of Chicago Society
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Burras of River Forest have announced the marriage of their daughter, Teresa to Lowell Barr. Mrs. and Mrs. Barr are spending their honeymoon at Macatawa, Mich., and will live in Grand Rapids.

Additional Notes: Teresa was born in 1901 and was the sister of Ruth and Helen. Her mother, Charlotte Richey Meredith, was the daughter of William Morton Meredith, who was the Director of the Bureau of Engraving.

Although their wedding anouncement indicates they were to make their home in Michigan, only their eldest child, Charles Burras Barr was born there. They afterwards returned to the Village of River Forest and made their home at 519 Park Avenue in Cook Co., Illinois where Lowell was a salesman for security bonds. -pdp

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Meredith - Descendants of John W. Meredith
THE NEW YORK TIMES |March 19, 1916

Betrothal to Miss Mary Green of Greenwich Announced

The engagement of Miss Mary Green, daughter of A. W. Green of Greenwich, Conn. to Norman P. Ream of this city became known yesterday.

Miss Green and her father, who is the President of the National Biscuit Company, are at the Hotel Plaza, where they spend their winters. The marriage of her sister, Miss .Josephine Green to Lucius P. Ordway, Jr., took place early in the Winter at the Plaza, and MIss Green acted as her sister's maid of honor.

Mr. Ream is the son of the late Norman B. Ream, who died last February, leaving a large fortune. His sisters are Mrs. Redmond D. Stephens and Mrs. John L. Kemmerer, and his brothers are Robert C., Louis Marshall, and Edward K. Ream. He lives with his mother at 903Park Avenue, and belongs to the Aero and Essex County Clubs and Squadron A.

No date has been set for the wedding.

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