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Notices of My Parents' Wedding June 12, 1901 Syracuse, N.Y. Social and Personal Miss Annie Fairbanks Hutchinson, daughter of Mrs. Charles Hutchinson of No. 227 Kellogg street, was united in marriage to Dr. Samuel Boyce Craton at the May Memorial Church at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Rev. Dr. Samuel R. Calthrop officiating. Many friends of the bridal couple were present to witness the ceremony. The bridesmaid was Miss Katherine Knapp and the best man was Harry J. Hamlin. The users were Henry Freeman, Reuben Thurwachter, Dr. A. E. Larkin and Craton Guthrie. The bride wore a gown of white liberty chiffon over white silk and carried a bouquet of daisies and ferns. The bridesmaid's gown was of white silk mull. The church was decorated with ferns and daisies. Following the service a collation was served at the home of the bride's mother to the bridal party and the immediate families of the bridal couple. During the evening Dr. and Mrs. Craton left on a ten days' wedding trip in the East. They will be at home to their friends after September 1 at No. 102 Delaware Street. **** A very pretty informal reception followed the marriage of Miss Annie Fairbanks Hutchinson an Dr. Samuel Boyce Craton, which took place at May Memorial Church on Wednesday evening. After the ceremony the bridal party and a few relatives and intimate friends were driven to the future home of Dr. and Mrs. Craton at No. 102 Delaware street. They were assisted in receiving by the bride's mother, Mrs. Charles Hutchinson. The rooms were very prettily decorated in green and white. Field daisies and other white flowers and ferns were tastefully arranged in all the rooms. In the dining room white carnations and maidenhair ferns formed the centerpiece of the table. Among the guests who were present were: Mrs. Mary Leavenworth, Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis, Mr. and Mrs.Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Tefft, Mrs. L.A. Goodrich, Mrs. Jesse Chase, William Chase, Mrs. William Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Bull, Mrs. Charles M. Crouse, Miss Margaret Crouse, Miss Harriet Olmstead, Miss Lizzie Gill, Miss Mary Louise Wood,Mrs. John Guy Barker, Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Leach, Miss Harriet Leach, Miss Katherine Knapp, Rev. S. R. Calthrop, Mrs. Charles Barnes, Henry Freeman, Harry L. Hamlin, Reuben Thurwachter, Dr. A. E. Larkin, Craton Guthrie, the Misses McClain, Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Wynkoop, Johnson Strong, Mrs. Van Wagnan, Mrs. Lizzie Strong.
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