Easley-Mason Wedding

A Pearisburg Wedding.

Yesterday afternoon at 4 o’clock at the home of the bride in Pearisburg, Bernard Mason was married to Miss Sadie McComas, eldest daughter of the late Geo. W. Easley, after which the newly wedded couple left for a tour of Southern cities and a visit to the Nashville Exposition. The attendants were Miss Ada Thrasher, of Pearisburg, with Edward French, of Keystone, W. Va.; Miss Virgie Johnson, of Bluefield, with Guy F. Ellet, of Christiansburg; Miss Sarah Mason, of Pearisburg, with Milton Easley, of Bluefield; Miss Mildred McKindress, of Huntingdon, W. Va., with Clay Mason, of Glade Spring; Miss Mary Baskerville, of Dublin, with R. T. Ellett, of Christiansburg; Miss Fannie Easley, of Pearisburg, with Pendleton Strother, of Pearisburg; Miss Ellen Mason, of Pearisburg, with Sidney Angel, of Side Water, W. Va. The ceremony was performed by Revs. Pearson and Hobson, of Pearisburg. The wedding was a most important society event and was a very brilliant affair. The wedding gifts were magnificent and numerous.

The Roanoke Times, Thursday, October 21, 1897.

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