Munson, Ira C. & Miss Martha Kynoch (Marriage 1899)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 6/11/2010 at 21:21:05
December 4, 1899
Hearts and Hands United at the Marriage Altar.
Miss Martha Kynoch and Mr. Ira C. Munson, both of this city, were united in
marriage on Wednesday evening at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. J.
Balsinger, on Third street.
About forty guests were present to witness the marriage ceremony which was
performed by Rev. A. Z. Macgogney, pastor of the Presbyterian church. Roger
Molampy and Miss Mae Molampy acted as best man and bridesmaid.
Hearty congratulations were extended to the pair at the conclusion of the
service and the company sat down to a splendid supper prepared by the
skilled hands of Mrs. Balsinger and her assistants. The festivities lasted
until a later hour and healths were drank and speeches made. A. Y. Wier, at
whose home the bride lived for many years, made a speech on the occasion,
testifying to the good qualities and amiable disposition of the lady and
congratulating the groom on his acquisition of so good a helpmate. The
company strongly endorsed his remarks which were received with long and loud
applause. The happy couple were the recipients of many beautiful and useful
Mr. and Mrs. Munson went to housekeeping immediately at the home of the
groom on Clark street.
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