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 Olive Gertrude <I>Belden</I> Wigglesworth

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Olive Gertrude Belden Wigglesworth

Birth
Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York, USA
Death
26 Apr 1909 (aged 35)
Queens County, New York, USA
Burial
Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York, USA
Plot
Sect 48 plot 247
Memorial ID
42711275 View Source

In New York City on Monday, April 26, 1909, Olive Belden, wife of Henry Wigglesworth, in her 36th year. Funeral service and interment at Syracuse, NY.

New York Times April 27, 1909, page 11
-contributed by Diane LM (#47306054)
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A Double Wedding in Syracuse

Syracuse, N.Y., April 24--The wedding of Andrew S. White and Miss Anna Belden, and Henry Wigglesworth and Miss Olive G. Belden took place last evening in St. Paul's Cathedral. The cathedral was elaborately decorated. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Henry R. Lockwood. The best men were Horace White of Syraucse and J. Herbert Bagg of New York.

The ushers were Herbert C. Chatfield-Taylor of Chicago, Harold S. Sidway of Buffalo, Charles W. Andrews, Ernest I. White, J. Stanley Moore, E. S. Kellogg of Utica, Alexander Mackintosh of New York, C. Garrett Davis of New York, Alan Forbes, Harris Nichols, John Wilkinson, and J. Brady Mitchell.

The brides were accompanied by their sister, Miss Edith Belden.
---The New York Times, April 25, 1895

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This stone is on the Smithsonian Institute List for Preservation of Cultural Property.

In New York City on Monday, April 26, 1909, Olive Belden, wife of Henry Wigglesworth, in her 36th year. Funeral service and interment at Syracuse, NY.

New York Times April 27, 1909, page 11
-contributed by Diane LM (#47306054)
------------------------------------
A Double Wedding in Syracuse

Syracuse, N.Y., April 24--The wedding of Andrew S. White and Miss Anna Belden, and Henry Wigglesworth and Miss Olive G. Belden took place last evening in St. Paul's Cathedral. The cathedral was elaborately decorated. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Henry R. Lockwood. The best men were Horace White of Syraucse and J. Herbert Bagg of New York.

The ushers were Herbert C. Chatfield-Taylor of Chicago, Harold S. Sidway of Buffalo, Charles W. Andrews, Ernest I. White, J. Stanley Moore, E. S. Kellogg of Utica, Alexander Mackintosh of New York, C. Garrett Davis of New York, Alan Forbes, Harris Nichols, John Wilkinson, and J. Brady Mitchell.

The brides were accompanied by their sister, Miss Edith Belden.
---The New York Times, April 25, 1895

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This stone is on the Smithsonian Institute List for Preservation of Cultural Property.


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