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This project focuses on Davis marriage announcements in Ulster County and surrounding area newspapers. The following marriages are listed alphabetically by first name. We welcome any and all additions.

Contributors: Barbara Schaffer, Elby Davis, Roger Davis

Key to newspapers:
EJ = Ellenville Journal, Ellenville, Ulster, NY, 1852, 1862, 1870-1873
EVE = Evening Gazette, Port Jervis, Orange, NY, KDF = The Kingston Daily Freeman, Kingston, Ulster, NY, 1895, 1903-1912,; 1914-1950,
MDA = Middletown Daily Argus, Middletown, Orange, NY, 1894-1899,
MDP = Middletown Daily Press, Middletown, Orange, NY, 1889-1893,
MDT = Middletown Daily Times, Middletown, Orange, NY, 1891-1916,
MTH = Middletown Times Herald, Middletown, Orange, NY, 1910-1947,
MTP = Middletown Times Press, Middletown, Orange, NY, 1906-1919,

Davis, A. Otis
KDF, February 3, 1908. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Feb. 2, 1898—Miss Cornelia Schoonmaker and A. Otis Davis married.

Davis, Adah B.
MTH, February 20, 1947. Newburgh Beautician Becomes Bride of Air Forces Veteran. Newburgh—The marriage of Miss Adah B. Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lacken, fifty Broadway, to Anthony P. Masci of Prince street, Middletown, took place Sunday at 1:30 p.m. in St. Patrick's Church. The Rev. Father Ludke performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her stepfather, was attired in a white satin gown and carried a prayer book with white roses. Her net veil, trimmed with lace, was fastened to a tiara of orange blossoms. Miss Betty Hornbeck, the maid of honor, was gowned in yellow marquisette. The attendants, Mrs. Esther Davis and Mrs. Jenny Reynolds, niece of the bridegroom were gowned, respectively in dusty pink and orchid marquisette. They wore matching gloves and juliet caps with veils and carried matching bouquets. Michael Masci was best man for his brother. Robert Davis, the bride’s brother, and William Reynolds were ushers. The couple will make their home in Los Angeles, Calif. The bride, a beautician, formerly was a clerk in the Adjutant-General’s office in Washington, D.C. She attended Middletown schools. The bridegroom, a barber, also attended Middletown schools. In the Army Air Forces, he served more than two years overseas and was a member of the Army Band.

Davis, Adelia
KDF, April 11, 1912. William J. Farrell and Miss Adelia Davis of High Falls were married at St. Mary’s Church on Wednesday morning by the Rev. John J. Hickey. They were attended by Theodore Gebhardt and Susan Haben.

Davis, Albert
KDF, February 26, 1937. Ellenville, Feb. 26—Miss Pearl Mahoney and Albert Davis were married at Hurley on Saturday, February 20. Miss Agnes Davis of Ellenville was maid of honor and Jullus Kossar, also of this village, acted as best man.

Davis, Alberta
KDF, April 7, 1937. The marriage of Vernon Tymeson and Miss Alberta Davis, both of Saugerties, was solemnized in the Atonement Lutheran Church in Saugerties Saturday afternoon, April 3, the pastor, the Rev. W.F. Hersh, performing the nuptial rites. The attendants were Harold Swart and Miss Mary Ryan. The bride was prettily attired in a navy blue sports suit with hat to match and wore a corsage bouquet. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Tymeson of West ?? street, Saugerties. Later the newlyweds left for a trip to Washington, D.C. Both are estimable young people and will receive the congratulations of many friends.

Davis, Alfred
EJ, May 7, 1852. In Ellenville, Alfred Davis married Miss Mary T. Jansen.

Davis, Alfred
MDP, July 1, 1892. Hymeneal Notes—Miss Phebe Jane Martin, of No. 18 Elizabeth street, Port Jervis, was united in marriage Wednesday afternoon, to Mr. Alfred Davis, by Rev. John S. Washington. Mr. Davis is an Erie engineer on the Eastern Division. The happy pair propose to take a trip to Europe, and will take the steamer Umbria Saturday for a two months’ absence.

Davis, Alice
KDF, January 1, 1909. City Marriages. Weddings of Local Interest during 1908. November 14—Benjamin Hart and Alice Davis.

Davis, Alvah F.
KDF, June 28, 1916, Olive Sixty Years Ago, June 24, 1858—Alvah F. Davis and Isabella Vandevoort were married by the Rev. W.R.S. Betts at B. J. Winne’s.

Davis, Andries
The Daily Freeman, 1934. Shokan News. December 21, 1786, the marriage took place in Marbletown of Andries Davis and Sarah Bogart. The wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. S. Goetchius (Steven Gotchess), first pastor of the Shokan Dutch Reformed Church. Mr. Davis was a son of Isaac D and Elizabeth Krom Davis, early settlers of Marbletown. The couple became citizens of Olive when the town was formed in 1823. They became the parents of seven children and their descendants in Olive are numbered by the score. The Davis homestead for many years was at Tongore bridge near the present home of Ellson Oakley. Mr. Davis was a surveyor and a Revolutionary soldier. Previous to the war he was a dispatch bearer between the forts in Delaware county and Shandaken and those at Hurley and Wiltwyck. Mr. Davis and Mrs. Davis died in 1850 and 1845 respectively.

Davis, Anna
KDF, January 1, 1909. City Marriages. Weddings of Local Interest during 1908. December 28—Claude Elmendorf and Anna Davis.

Davis, Annie M.
The Weekly Freeman, James W. Colville married Annie M Davis Jan 31, 1873.

Davis, Arthur G.
KDF, October 24, 1910. Wood Brook Cottage, at Whitfield, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Simon O, Hornbeck, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday evening October 19th, at 7 o’clock, when in the presence of relatives and large number of friends, Miss Anah, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob DeWitt of Leibhardt, became the bride of Arthur G. Davis of Whitfield. The house was beautifully decorated with autumn foliage and white chrysanthemums, and the ceremony was performed by under an arch, by the Rev. Kenneth R. Buchanan, pastor of the M.E. Church of Accord, and also pastor of the bride. The bride looked charming attired in a gown of white French serge, trimmed with white silk and lace and wearing a long veil caught with bride roses, and carried a bouquet of bride roses. Her traveling gown was gown was of reseda cloth. Miss Lillian E. Brown, a niece of the bride, was the maid of honor, and wore a charming gown of white silk and carried a shower bouquet of white chrysanthemums and lilies of the valley. John Miller of Whitfield a classmate of the groom, acted as the best man. The wedding march was rendered by Mrs. Chester Rose of Lyonsville, who played with artistic effect. After the ceremony and congratulations, a fine wedding dinner was served by Mrs. Hornbeck to all the guests. The bride was one of Leibhardt’s popular young ladies, who has number of friends in this place who extend congratulations and best wishes for a long and prosperous life to Mr. and Mrs. Davis. They are the recipients of many handsome and useful presents of cut glass, silverware, linen and furniture. The newly married couple left by automobile for the 4:30 train from Kingston for a honeymoon trip to South Hartford, N.Y., Schenectady and Albany.

Davis, Benjamin Fraleigh
KDF, November 18, 1903. Miss Elizabeth Emma Adams, daughter of Samuel J. Adams, and Benjamin Fraleigh Davis, son of Postmaster John C. Davis, both of Saugerties, were married this afternoon at the home of the bride at Saugerties.

Davis, Byron L.
KDF, January 1, 1909. City Marriages. Weddings of Local Interest During 1908. March 10—Miss Florence M. Snyder and Byron L. Davis in Saugerties.

Davis, Carlotta
KDF, January 1, 1908. Weddings of Local Interest During 1907. June 1—Victor R. Roy and Carlotta Davis.

Davis, Celestia Janet
KDF, December 19, 1907. Ernest Christiana and Celestia Janet Davis of Krumville were married on Wednesday at the parsonage of the Church of the Comforter by the Rev. C.L. Palmer.

Davis, Charles
KDF, January 1, 1909. City Marriages. Weddings of Local Interest during 1908. Feb 27—Charles M. Davis and Mary Silkworth.

Davis, Charles S.
MTH, August 9, 1935. Davis-Parsons. Vails Gate—Charles S. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, 117 Lake street, Newburgh, and Miss Dorothy Parsons of the same address, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Parsons of New York, were married by the Rev. J. William Taylor at the M.E. parsonage here Tuesday evening. They were attended by Miss Dorothy Davis, sister of the bridegroom, and Robert Servise? The bride wore white crepe and accessories to match. The bridesmaid was gowned in blue crepe.

Davis, Charles William
KDF, September 17, 1924. Davis-Conover. Charles William Davis and Miss Dorothy Elisabeth Conover both of Stone Ridge were united in marriage on Wednesday, September 10, at the Park Avenue M. E. Church. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. P . C. Weyant, former pastor of Trinity Church, Kingston. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. William Frees of New York city. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frese. The bride was charmingly gowned in white crepe de chine and lace and carried a bouquet of bridge roses. The matron of honor was gowned in blue crepe de chine and carried pink roses. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. George P. Merryman and a grand-daughter of Judson Conover, a prominent business man of Matawan, N. J. The groom is the only son of Charles Davis of Stone Ridge, an esteemed citizen and for many years a government employee.

Davis, Daisy
KDF, September 22, 1904. Earl Jacobs of Tuttle Creek, Pa., and Miss Daisy Davis of Alligerville were married at the home of the bride yesterday by the Rev. Herman Hageman of High Falls.

Davis, DeWitt
KDF, June 28, 1916. Olive Sixty Years Ago. On Thursday, June 25, 1857, DeWitt Davis and Mary Ann Davis and Isaac Hill and Rebecca Davis were married by the Rev. W. R. Betts.

Davis, Dora Ella
MDA, September 30, 1895, Degroff-Davis—At Liberty, Sept. 24th ’95, by Rev. G. T. Galbraith, William Frank DeGroff, son of John DeGroff, of Binghamton, and Dora Ella, daughter of Edward Davis, of Liberty Falls.

Davis, Dorothy
KDF, April 2, 1945. Gilbert Barnhart Weds Dorothy Davis. The marriage of Miss Dorothy Louise Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Davis, 24 West Chester street, to Gilbert A. Barnhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Worthington C. Barnhart, Flatbush, was performed Easter Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock in Wurts Street Baptist – Rondout Presbyterian Church. The double ring ceremony was used with the Rev. R. Lewis Johnson, pastor of the First Baptist Church officiating.….Thomas Crosby, organist; Miss Joyce Burhans, soloist; Miss Virginia Long, maid of honor; Clifton Quick, best man; C. Lee Powell and James Locke, ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Barnhart are graduates of Kingston High School class of 1937. Mr. Barnhart being recalled to active duty and will report April 6.

Davis, Edna Mae
MTH, July 23, 1937. Montgomery—Miss Edna Mae Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Davis, and Bradley Slater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Slater, were married Monday in Middletown by the Rev. Forest P. Hunter, pastor emeritus of First Baptist Church. Witnesses were Etta Hock and Lena P. Dian. Mr. and Mrs. Slater will make their home at RD Three, Montgomery.

Davis, Edward
KDF, May 2, 1932. Edward Davis of 53 Cedar street and Miss Cora Esther Quick of 27 Cedar street, were married on April 30, by the Rev. William Poymtell Kemper, rector of St. John’s Church. They were attended by John H. Quick and Miss Frances Ellsworth.

Davis, Eleanor
KDF, April 17, 1903. Pine-Davis Nuptials, Wedding at the Bride’s Home in New Paltz. Miss Eleanor Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Haines, and Former Supervisor Austin J. Pine, were married at the home of the bride in New Paltz on Wednesday. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E.C. Oggel, pastor of the New Paltz Reformed Church. The house was prettily decorated with palms, evergreens and potted plants. A number of out-of-town guests, including Mr. and Mrs. Mowell of Yonkers, DuBois Vanderlyn of New York, George Vanderlyn of Yonkers and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roosa of this city were present. Mr. and Mrs. Pine have gone south on their honeymoon.

Davis, Elizabeth
KDF, June 28, 1916, Olive Sixty Years Ago, July 4, 1848—William Eckert and Elizabeth Davis were married by the Rev. Samuel Harlow.

Davis, Ella M.
KDF, October 26, 1918. Merritt-Davis. Mrs. Ella M. Davis, of 19 Janet street, and Charles Herbert Merritt, of Philadelphia, formerly of Kingston, were quietly married in New York city today. They were attended by Grace V. Merritt of this city, and Samuel D. Scudder of Tannersville. The bride and groom are both widely known in this city, Mr. Merritt having left Kingston a few months ago for Philadelphia where he now holds a responsible position with the Emergency Fleet Corporation as an electrical draftsman.

Davis, Ella May
KDF, June 21, 1906. Hudler-Davis, Nuptial Knot Tied in Boiceville Wednesday. Miss Ella May Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Davis of Boiceville, and Edward B. Hudler, son of ex-Supervisor Henry B. Hudler of Shandaken, were married on Wednesday afternoon, June 20, at the home of the bride. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. M. Weidner under an arch of laurel and ferns. The bride was gowned in white silk mull and carried a bouquet of bride roses. Miss Josephine Hudler of Kingston was maid of honor. She was gowned in white silk and carried La France roses. The ushers were Harry S. Winne and Severyn Schoonmaker, both of this city. A reception followed and choice refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Hudler left on an evening train for Old Point Comfort and other southern points. Among the Kingston people present were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boice, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo E. Winne, Mrs. Calvin Winne, Miss Ada Winne, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Boice, Mrs. Clarence Schoonmaker, Mrs. D. G. Atkins, Mrs. Davis Winne, Mrs. DeWitt McEntee, S.B. Schoonmaker, H.S. Winne, Mr. and Mrs. William Longyear, Miss Rose McIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Shaffer, Miss Elsie Wood and Miss Satterlee.

Davis, Ellen
EJ, January 15, 1870. Miss Ellen Davis of Fallsburgh, married Edgar Gray of Greenfield.

Davis, Elvin P.
KDF, January 3, 1912. A pretty home wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lockwood of The Vly on Wednesday, December 27, when their daughter, Elizabeth, was married to Elvin P. Davis of Tongore. The bridal party entered the parlor at high noon to the strains of the wedding march played by the bride’s sister, Miss Lena Lockwood and Elmer Davis, the groom’s brother, was groomsman. The bride was attired in a gown of white silk. At the close of the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. E.E. Myers, and witnessed by only the immediate relatives, a bountiful wedding dinner was served.

Davis, Elwyn
KDF, December 20, 1930. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Dec. 20, 1910—Miss Daisy Simpson and Elwyn Davis married in Shokan.

Davis, Emory I.
MDT, January 29, 1892. Marriages. Davis-Hadden, Jan. 28. At the residence of the groom’s parents in this city, by Rev. B. H. Burch, Mr. Emory I. Davis to Miss Lizzie Hadden.

Davis, Esther Augusta
KDF, August 14, 1912. Miss Esther Augusta Davis and Peter Alfred Johnson were married on Monday by the Rev. I.S. Sands.

Davis, Eugene
KDF, April 21, 1937. Saugerties Man Wed. Saugerties, Apr. 20.—Eugene Davis of Saugerties and Miss Margaret Matthez of Park Ridge, N.J., were united in matrimony by the Rev. John Neander at the Reformed Church parsonage on Saturday evening. The attendants were John Kellerhouse and Miss Delphine Short. A number of guests were present to witness the ceremony from Park Ridge, N.J., and Saugerties.

Davis, Ferris J.
KDF, November 27, 1912. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Nov. 27, 1902—Nora A. Boice and Ferris J. Davis married at Shokan.

Davis, Florence
KDF, June 29, 1905. Clarence P. Donahue and Florence Davis of Krumville were married at noon today at the parsonage of the Reformed Church of the Comforter by the Rev. C.L. Palmer.

Davis, Florence
KDF, April 24, 1918. Miss Florence Davis, one of Highland’s most popular young ladies, was quietly married Monday to George Huson of Towners at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.F. Davis, in Milton, avenue, Highland. The bride was becomingly dressed in white silk with bead trimmings. Rev. Coons, pastor of the M.E. Church, performed the ceremony.

Davis, Frank
KDF, April 27, 1915. Miss Martha Matheia and Frank Davis were married on Thursday, April 22, at St. Peter’s Church at 4 o’clock, and the reception was held at the home of Casmer Matheia on 385 Delaware avenue.

Davis, George
EJ, May 6, 1853. In Kingston, George Davis married Nelly Freer, April 30th.

Davis, George
KDF, March 7, 1916. George Davis of Cementon, and Florence Hommel of West Saugerties, were married on Sunday, March 5th, by the Rev. J. V. Wemple of the Reformed Church of Saugerties. The ceremony was performed at the bride’s home.

Davis, George H.
EJ, September 20, 1873. George H. Davis married Mary Draxson, both of Lackawack.

Davis, George K.
KDF, December 16, 1910. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Dec. 16, 1890—Miss Hallie Dickson and George K. Davis married at Rifton Glen.

Davis, Harry Chester
KDF, October 8, 1912. A very quiet home wedding, attended by only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom, was celebrated on Saturday afternoon last, at the home of Franklin Snyder, at Lake Katrine, when Miss Katherine Hume Snyder was married to Harry Chester Davis of Flatbush, The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J.L. Leeper, pastor of the First Reformed Church of Kingston.

Davis, Genevieve
KDF, Ocbober 9, 1937. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis of 358 Washington avenue announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Genevieve Davis, to Ivan Whitmore, son of William Whitmore of 164 Clifton avenue. The ceremony was performed on October 8 by the Rev. C. Muyskens. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Phillips.

Davis, Gladys
KDF, January 31, 1948, Gladys Davis Engaged to Frederick Smith. Mrs. Harold Cook of 193 Greenkill avenue, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Gladys Davis, to Frederick Smith, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith, Sr., 338 Wall street. The wedding will take place in the near future.

Davis, Harriet
EVE, July 29, 1880. Pepper-Davis—July 27, in Port Jervis, the Rev. H. Dutcher, Morris N. Pepper to Harriet Davis, both of Greenville, Orange county.

Davis, Harry
MTH, May 24, 1938. (Photograph of) Smith Davis Wedding Party. Principals and attendants at the wedding of Gladys Smith and Harry Davis who were married April thirteenth. From left to right they are: Mrs. E.J. House, Mr. Harry Davis, Mrs. Davis and Mr. E.J. House. Photo by Mitchell.

Davis, Henrietta
KDF, March 19, 1903. Moses J. Sprague and Miss Henrietta Davis, both of New Paltz, were married at the parsonage of the Reformed church in that village, last Wednesday by the Rev. Dr. E.C. Oggel.

Davis, Hiram
KDF, November 28, 1911. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Nov. 28, 1901—Miss Anna Smith and Hiram Davis were married.

Davis, Ida
KDF, December 7, 1908. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Dec. 6, 1898—Miss Ida Davis and William Alliger married.

Davis, J.W.
MDT, March 26, 1892. Sullivan County. The 25th anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis was celebrated at the Davis House, Livingston Manor, on Friday evening, March 18.

Davis, James L.
EJ, February 15, 1870. James L. Davis married Julia A. Cross, both of Lackawack.

Davis, Joseph
KDF, January 1, 1909. City Marriages. Weddings of Local Interest during 1908. April 17—Joseph M. Davis and Geneva Cole.

Davis, Joseph
KDF, December 28, 1937. Joseph A. Davis of $$ Wrentham street and Miss Rosalie B. Miller of 15 Cedar street were married on Christmas Day by the Rev. Frank B. Seeley of the Fair Street Reformed Church. They were attended by Miss Anna M. Colvin and Donald L. Davis.

Davis, Keokee
KDF, June 17, 1907. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, June 16, 1897—Miss Keokee Davis and Louis Beeres were married.

Davis, Lizzie
EJ, May 11, 1877. In Morsston, Lizzie Davis married James G. Stevens, formerly of Napanoch.

EVE, May 16, 1877. Stevens-Davis. At the house of Albert E. Davis, esq., near Morsston, by the Rev. D.M. Powell, James G. Stevens to Lizzie Davis.

Davis, Margaret
KDF, January 1, 1903. Weddings of Local Interest during 1902. April 1—Harry P. Henderson and Margaret Davis.

Davis, Marian C.
KDF, May 27, 1937. To Wed on Saturday. New York, May 26.—Miss Marian C. Davis, 22, a former resident of Kerhonkson and now of 418 West 114th Street, New York, and Robert L. Longyear, Jr., 23, a chemneist, of 489 East 34th Street, Brooklyn, procured a license to wed at the Marriage Bureau this afternoon. They will be married May 29 in the Congregational Church here. Miss Davis was born in Kerhonkson, the daughter of Elwyn C. and Daisy Simpson Davis. Mr. Longyear who is the son of Robert L. and Marian Farnworth Longyear, was born in Brooklyn.

Davis, Mary
MTP, June 3, 1918. Smith—Davis. Miss Mary Davis, of Beaverkill, and Fred Smith, of Livingston Manor, were married Thursday, May 23, at Bloomingburg, by Rev. W.H. Colden, formerly pastor of the Rockland M.E. Church. The young people continued their journey to Tuxedo, where they spent Friday at the home of Mr. Smith’s sister, Mrs. Henry Neumann, returning to Beaverkill on Saturday, May 25. The groom left early Monday morning for Monticello, where he joined the draft contingent for Camp Wadsworth, S.C.

Davis, Mary
KDF, September 19, 1939. Miss Mary Davis of 422 Washington avenue and Martin Dixon of 428 Washington avenue, were married Saturday, September 16 by Justice of the Peace Humphrey Jones. After a short wedding trip through the Berkshire Mountains, they will reside at 428 Washington avenue.

Davis, Mary Anna Ward
MTP, May 21, 1917. Miss Mary Anna Ward, daughter of Mrs. John F. Davis, of Scotchtown, was married to Stephen LaForge, Jr., of Middletown, May 20, by Justice Wm. H. Puff, of the town of Wallkill.

Davis, Mary E.
KDF, December 22, 1906. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Dec. 22, 1886—Miss Mary E. Smith and George F. Churchwell married at Wallkill.

Davis, Maud
KDF, August 9, 1907. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Aug. 9, 1897—Miss Maud Davis and Charles H. Curtis of Albany married at St. Marion.

Davis, Max William
KDF, October 24, 1907. Miss Mabel E. Persons, daughter of Charles Persons of Pine Hill, and Max William Davis of Poughkeepsie were married in Yonkers on Thursday, October 17, by the Rev. A.A. Walker. The groom is an electrician, and a son of the Rev. George S. Davis of Poughkeepsie.

Davis, May
KDF, May 1, 1905. Savage-Davis. Miss May Davis, daughter of Herman Davis, and Ralph S. Savage of Waterville, Maine, were married at the home of the bride at High Falls on Saturday by the Rev. H. Hageman.

Davis, Mildred
KDF, October 12, 1904. Wedding at Ascension Church at West Park. West Park, Oct. 12.—At the rectory of the Ascension Church, West Park, Sunday, October 9, at 7:30 p.m., Elmer Lund and Miss Mildred Davis, both of Esopus, were united in marriage by the Rev. L.R. Dickinson. The bride looked very charming in a gown of white India lawn, and white lace hat. Carl Lund, brother of the groom, acted as best man, and Miss Florence Cole of Hudson, bridesmaid. After the ceremony the bridal party returned to the home of the groom’s sister, Mrs. Calvin Cole, where a reception was held. Among the guests present were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Traver, Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Geoghegan, Misses Mary and Maggie Geoghegan, D. Geoghegan, Miss Anna Hickey, Miss Rose Burns, Miss Mary McGivney, Mr. Elysward, Edward Davy, J. Undercoffer, Mr. Diedrick, Miss Alice Ryan, Miss Lizzie Hart, Earl Rosa, Henry Moul and Mrs. Lund, mother of the groom. All join in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Lund a happy married life.

Davis, Minnie S.
MTH, February 8, 1937. Howell-Davis. Otisville—The marriage of Daniel B. Howell of Warwick and Miss Minnie S. Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of Otisville, was performed Saturday night in the Methodist Church by the Rev. George A. Hill, pastor of the church. The couple were attended by Miss Mae Poest and Matthew L. Ruppert of Middletown.

Davis, Moses E.
EJ, January 15, 1870. Moses E. Davis married Miss Abbey C. Smith of Monticello.

Davis, Moses H.
EVE, January 12, 1870, Married Jan. 8—At the M.E. Parsonage, Otisville, by Rev. T.S. Haggerty, Moses H. Davis to Anna A. Hulse, both of Scotchtown.

Davis, Orelia
KDF, January 1, 1903. Weddings of Local Interest during 1902. January 27—Henry H. Main and Orelia Davis, at Atwood.

Davis, Parker
KDF, August 21, 1946. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, August 21, 1926—Parker Davis and Miss Hester T. Loftus married.

Davis, Perry
KDF, January 1, 1903. Weddings of Local Interest during 1902. December 25—Perry Davis and Miss Mary E. Hendricks, at High Falls.

Davis, Ralph Worden
MTH, August 6, 1937. Walden—Miss Violet Van Gordon was married yesterday afternoon Ralph Wordon Davis, adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckert of Rahway, N.J., in a ceremony performed by the Rev. George H. Birney of Pine Bush at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Van Gordon, fifty-one Ridge avenue. Only the immediate families and a few friends were present. The couple will make their home temporarily at fifty-one Ridge avenue.

Davis, Raymond Lt.
KDF, June 14, 1945. (Photograph) Married At Nuptial Mass. First Lt. and Mrs. Raymond W. Davis are shown following their wedding June 2. The bride, the former Miss Regina R. Camp, is the daughter of Patrolman and Mrs. Peter J. Camp, 46 West Pierpont street. Lieutenant Davis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kearney Davis, Albany avenue extension. The wedding took place at a nuptial Mass in St. Peter’s Church, the Rev. Henry E. Herdegen officiating.

Davis, Rebecca
KDF, June 28, 1916. Olive Sixty Years Ago. On Thursday, June 25, 1857, DeWitt Davis and Mary Ann Davis and Isaac Hill and Rebecca Davis were married by the Rev. W. R. Betts.

Davis, Reuben O.
EJ, January 6, 1872. Reuben O. Davis, of Lackawack, married Harriet N. Hide of Napanoch.

Davis, Richard
KDF, January 1, 1903. Weddings of Local Interest during 1902. October 14—Richard Davis and Miss Mary Adams, at Rifton.

Davis, Ruth H.
KDF, January 1, 1908. Weddings of Local Interest during 1907. November 28—Oliver H. Mason and Ruth H. Davis.

Davis, Samuel R.
EVE, July 7, 1874, Davis-Markle—July 6, in this village by the Rev. Benj. Kelley, Samuel R. Davis, of Barryville, N.Y., to Annie M. Markle, of Pond Eddy.
Davis, Sara
MDT, December 26, 1891. Hymeneal Notes—John Gordon Hardenburgh, a well known member of the Wiltwycks, of Kingston, who has many friends here, was married yesterday to Miss Sara Davis, daughter of John D. Davis. The ceremony was a quiet one.

Davis, Sarah M.
EJ, January 10, 1862. Mr. Thomas Smith married Miss Sarah M. Davis, both of Rochester.

Davis, Smith M.
KDF, January 1, 1909. City Marriages. Weddings of Local Interest during 1908. November 23—Smith M. Davis and Bessie Rose.

Davis, Solomon
KDF, January 2, 1905. Miss Fannie Sapp of this city and Solomon Davis of Albany were married at the rectory of St. Peter’s Church on Sunday.

Davis, Susan Ann
KDF, September 10, 1910. The wedding of Miss Susan Ann Davis and Dr. Paul Tompkins Harper of Albany will take place Wednesday, September 21, at the Fair Street Reformed Church.

Davis, Susan E.
KDF, December 1, 1904. At High Falls, on Wednesday, November 30, the Rev. H. Hageman married Wesley Benjamin and Miss Susan E. Davis, both of that village.

Davis, Veronica Marie
MTH, September 17, 1936. Lane-Davis. Miss Veronica Marie Davis, twelve Lincoln street, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Davis, and Harold George Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Depot street, were married Tuesday night at Circleville by Magistrate Alfred Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyers were the only attendants. The bride was attired in aquamarine blue and wore a corsage of gardenias and lilies of the valley. Her matron of honor wore Autumn brown and a corsage of talisman roses. The couple will reside at twelve Lincoln street.

Davis, Washington G.
EJ, January 10, 1862. Washington G. Davis married Sarah M. Bush, both of Alligerville.

Davis, William
MDP, August 2, 1892. Married. Davis-Milder—At Ellenville, at the Lutheran parsonage by Rev. L. Smith, William Davis, of Centerville Station, and Miss Maggie W. Miller, of Ellenville.

Davis, William
KDF, August 23, 1904. On Monday afternoon at 4 o’clock Miss Maud Hull, daughter of Conrad Hull, and William Davis were married at the home of the bride on Hurley avenue. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. P.M. Watters of St. James’s M.E. Church. The bride wore a gown of white silk mulle. Her veil was caught by a diamond sunburst, the gift of the groom, and she carried bride roses. The maid of honor was Miss Nellie Tallman of Boston. Her gown was of white swiss and her bouquet of white asters. The bridesmaids were Miss Genevieve Winne and Miss Regina Winne of New York. They were gowned in white. The best man was George Van Sickle. Miss Edith Smith rendered the wedding march. Following the ceremony a reception was held and dinner served.

Davis, William E.
KDF, July 28, 1908. Miss Nettie M. Benn and William E. Davis were married on Sunday by the Rev. E. M. Kaiskern.

Davis, William H.
KDF, May 15, 1916. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, May 15, 1905—Miss Elizabeth Deyo and William H. Davis were married.

Davis, Wm. J.
MDP, August 12, 1890, Married. Davis-Brower—August 9, in this city, at the residence of the bride parents, by Rev. A.N. Pierce, Wm. J. Davis to Olive C. Brower, both of this city.

Davis, William J.
KDF, December 30, 1912. Twenty and Ten Years Ago, Dec. 30, 1892—Wedding of Miss Eloise Caire and William J. Davis announced.

Davis, William M.
KDF, May 16, 1906. Miss Elizabeth Deyo, daughter of Mrs. C.W. Deyo, and William M. Davis were quietly married at the home of the bride on Maiden lane on Tuesday evening, only the immediate relatives of both families being present. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J.G. Van Slyke, D.D., pastor of the First Reformed Church. The bride is the daughter of the late Dr. C.W. Deyo, formerly president of the Ulster County Savings Institution, and Mr. Davis is a member of the well-known firm of Forsyth & Davis, the Wall street stationers.

Davis, Willis
KDF, October 13, 1909. Miss Emeline Jeanette Crosby, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Crosby, and Willis S. Davis of Saugerties were married at the home of the bride in Glenerie on Tuesday by the Rev. D.M. Hunter of the Saugerties Reformed Church. The bride wore a gown of white satin with silver trimming. There were no attendants. Miss Pauline Comfort rendered the wedding music. The house was prettily decorated with autumn leaves, ferns and chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will reside in Saugerties after a trip through the east.

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