Patrick James Fors — Jody Ann Warren

        Patrick James Fors, son of Gary Lloyd [nee Gary LeRoy White] and Annette Lorraine (Lee) Fors, and Jody Ann Warren, daughter of Melvin Ray and Cheryl Blanche (Wagner) War ren, were married Saturday, January 5, 1991 at Everett, Washington. A reception followed at the home of the groom’s parents in Monroe, Washington. The newlyweds will make their first home in Everett, Washington where both are employed.

[Gary L. FORS (nee WHITE) - Isal WILCOX White - Mabel SINEX Wilcox — Luella WALKER Sinex - Nancy Melissa ROBERTSON Walker — Elvira LITTELL Robertson - John Thompson, Sr. - Absalom, Jr. - Absalom, Sr. - Anthony - John]

Bingnian/Gibb - Shelley

        Jennifer Ann Bingman—Gibb, daughter of Walter Lloyd and Leola Dorothy (White) Bingman, and James Philip Shelley, Jr., son of James Philip and Mary Agnes “Pat” (Dillon) Shelley, were married July 14, 1990 in the Rose Garden, Point Defiance Park, Tacoma, Washington.

[ Dorothy WHITE - Isal Gertrude WILCOX - See above]


        Scott Thomas Stansbery, eldest son of Sharon Isal Call and the late James Dennis Stansbery, and Shawndee Terra Simoneaux, daughter of Robert Paul and Nancy Lynn (Raasch) Simoneaux, all of Graham, Washing ton, exchanged wedding vows May 27, 1991 at the Chapel in the Woods, Roy, Washington, with the Reverend Ernest Duram officiating. The groom is stationed in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with the U. S. Air Force and where their new home will be made in September. A small reception was held June 1st at the home of the groom’s mother.

[Sharon Isal CALL - Isal WILCOX - See above]

Correction of an error appearing in the 1988 issue, page 22. The date of marriage of Jay Martin Henderson and Jodi Mae White should have been July 16, 1983.

(The above 4 items from Antoinette Sorensen)

Sandra Jean Allison - Robert Allen Boyer

        Sandra Jean Allison, daughter of Charles and Brenda Sue (Allen) Allison and Robert Allen Boyer were married in March 1990.
[Brenda Sue ALLEN - Mildred lone LITTELL - Homer Ivan — See births, previous page]

Carolyn Fay Cox - Bruce Edward Archer

        Carolyn Fay Cox and Bruce Edward Archer were married October 8, 1983 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Carolyn is the daughter of Wilbur Kenneth Cox, Jr. and Maureen Fay, she was born November 15, 1962 in Burlingame, California, Bruce was born March 7, 1959 in Wilmington, Ohio.

[Wilber Kenneth COX - Wilbur Kenneth COX, Sr. -Evelyn May STEVENS - Nancy Jane CHISUM - John DAVIS - Susannah BEDELL - Esther LITTELL - David - Samuel - John of NJ]

 (Submitted by Margaret Church Cox, grandmother of the bride)

Tana Marie Toney - Ramer Francisco McCune

        Tana Marie Toney and Ramer Francisco McCune were married Saturday, May 11, 1991 in the garden at the home of a sister of the groom in Imperial Beach, San Diego County, California by the Reverend James Runyan.
        Maid of honor was Lee Ningning DeLancey, sister of the groom, best man was Michael DeLancey, brother—in—law of the groom.
        The bride is the daughter of Larry Alan and Chere Kieth (Littell) Toney of Pittsboro, Indiana. The groom was born in Cavite City, Philippine Islands the son of the Neil Edwin and Corina (Francisco) McCune. The groom’s father is deceased, his mother lives in California.
        The newlyweds will make their home in Orlando, Florida where the groom is an employee of the Sheraton Orlando North and the bride is a student at Orlando College where she is majoring in paralegal studies.

[Chere Kieth LITTELL - Noble Kieth - Oran Clarence - William Isaac — Milo D. — Abraham - Absalom, Jr. - Absalom, Sr. - Anthony — John of NJ]

Joyce Littell - Granville Hamilton

(The following is from an item appearing June 29, 1940 in a Denver Colorado newspaper)

        One of Saturday’s prettiest ceremonies was that which joined Miss Joyce Littell and Granville Hamilton in marriage. The nuptials were held at 3 p.m. at Blessed Sacrament church with the Rev. William J. Mulcahey officiating, before a background of banked palms, baskets of gladioli and regal lilies, and cathedral candelabra bearing lighted tapers. John H. Amesse was soloist.
        Blue and yellow were the colors used in the costumes of the maid of honor, Miss Elaine Littell, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaids, Misses Polly White, Helen Collins, and Virginia Blomgren. The maid of honor wore bouffant blue shadow organdy, with a tight bodice, long puffed sleeves, and a sweetheart neck line. Her hat was a large picture model of yellow horsehair, and her shower bouquet was of yellow snapdragons with baby breath. Yellow marquiset formed the gowns of the bridesmaids, and their picture hats were of blue horsehair. They carried blue delphinium and baby breath in shower bouquets.
        The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, Leonard P. Littell, was charmingly gowned in a dress made with a long—sleeved white satin bodice and a full skirt of white net ending in a long train. Her fingertip length veil of white net was in three tiers, held to her head with a coronet, orange blossom—trimmed. She carried white roses and sweet peas with maidenhair fern.
        Those who ushered were Messrs. Charles Anderson of Fort Morgan, George Bicknell Rice, William Munn, Elmer Benson, and John J. Vance. Darrell Hamilton was his brother’s best man.

Joyce Littell

        A reception in the garden at the home of the bride’s parents followed the wedding. received the guests, wore pale blue crepe made with a gathered bodice and V—neck line, and a leghorn hat. The bridegroom’s mother, Mrs. Roy Hamilton of Boulder, was gowned in a rose chiffon shirtwaist dress with which she wore a leghorn hat. Among those who came the wedding were Mr. Joyce Littell and Mrs. George H. Elliott, Donald H. Green, and Miss Eilene Huddleston of Omaha, Neb and Mrs. Louis A. Way of Columbiana, Ohio.

The couple left soon after the reception on a fortnight’s motor trip to California.

[Elizabeth Joyce LITTELL - Leonard Parker - James Moore - William of England — William - Francis or Joseph - Joseph of Norfolk, Eng land]

(Submitted by Joyce Littell Hamilton)

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