Source: Trenton Evening Times - N. J.
Dated: Feb. 22, 1887
An Actress and Actor Married.
Miss Ida Lewis, of Hamilton,
Ontario and Mr. Francis Melxer Enos, of Mansfield, Ohio,
were married at the "West End", on West State street this
afternoon, the ceremony being quietly performed by Rev. Dr.
Studdiford, of the Third Presbyterian Church. The
bride and groom are members of the Bandsmann Beaudet Theatrical
Company, now performing at the Opera House. Last evening
Mrs. Enos impersonated the character of "Madame de
Laylus," in "The Duke's Daughter." She is a very
clever actress and has made many warm friends in this city
during her several engagements at the Opera House.
Source: Times Picayune - Louisiana
Dated: Jan. 6, 1881
Congressman GEDDES, of Ohio, who was married to
Mrs. Amelia B. GASS at Mansfield in that state last Tuesday,
was married there in 1843 to his late wife on the same evening
and at the same place when and where his present bide was
married to her late husband. The two survivors of that
double wedding, after an interval of thirty-two years, were
married by the clergyman who officiated at their previous