Etc. -- Ina M. Duncan married Wallace W. Mitchell (2 reports)
Introduction | Source Documents | Other Sources | Photocopies | Back  

A lightly edited item on page 5 of the 10 Apr 1919 Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

MITCHELL-DUNCAN

A very quiet wedding took place in Jarvis on 2 Apr 1919 at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Robt. Gardiner.

Miss Ina Maude Duncan, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Duncan of Townsend, became the bride of Mr. Wallace Wilfred Mitchell, eldest son of Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Woodhouse, Rev. A. W. Hare officiating.

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell left for Hamilton for a short honeymoon, amid showers of confetti, the bride travelling in a pretty navy suit, with hat to match.

On their return, they will reside  on the groom's farm in Townsend.

 

An item in the South-East Townsend column on page 11 of the 10 Apr 1919 Simcoe Reformer.

SOUTH-EAST TOWNSEND

On Wednesday, April 2nd, Rev. A. W. Hare, B.A., tied the knot for Miss Ina Duncan, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Duncan, of this place, and Mr. Wallace Mitchell of Woodhouse. After the ceremony the happy couple left for Bay City and after their return they will live on the farm recently purchased by Mr. Jas. Mitchell. They have the best wishes of their many friends.

 

 
Copyright 2016 John Cardiff