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Surnames: Folsom, Cleveland, Sunderland, Hoyt, Bayard, Manning, Endicott, Whitney, Vilas, Lamont, Rodgers, Cadman, Huddleston, Harmon, Bissell
----Sources: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 8 June 1886
Folsom, Frances (Marriage - 2 June 1886)
Cleveland - Folsom - At the temporary residence of the groom, in Washington, June 2, 1886, by B. Sunderland, Esq., Mr. Grover Cleveland, to Miss Frances Folsom, both of New York.
The presents were numerous, and greatly admired by the guests. The following is a complete list:
Mrs. Folsom, mother of bride, pair napkin rings.
Rev. W. M. Cleveland, nickel plated ice pitcher.
Miss Rose Cleveland, pair napkin rings.
Mrs. Hoyt, chair tidy.
Tom Bayard, pair napkin rings.
Dan Manning, copy Moore’s poems.
Mrs. Dan Manning, pair napkin rings.
Bill Endicott, nickel plated ice pitcher.
Bill Whitney, pair napkin rings.
Mrs. Bill Whitney, copy of Moore’s poems.
Bill Vilas, pair napkin rings.
Mrs. Bill Vilas, chair tidy.
Dam Lamont, pair napkin rings.
Mrs. Dan Lamont, chair tidy.
Ben Folsom, pair napkin rings.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers, chair tidy.
Mrs. Cadman and Miss Huddleston, pair napkin rings.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, chair tidy.
Mrs. W. S. Bissell, pair napkin rings.
After the ceremony the happy couple departed, midst a shower of rice and old rubber boots and shoes, for a short tour. The Times wishes the happy coupe a long life of bliss.
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