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Shippien-Mahoney marriage, The Halifax Mail, Tuesday, June 19, 1945

Shippien-Mahoney marriage, The Halifax Mail, Tuesday, June 19, 1945

Posted: 11 Aug 2001 4:24PM GMT
Classification: Marriage
Edited: 4 Jan 2003 3:24PM GMT
Surnames: Shippien, Mahoney
The Halifax Mail – Marriage
Tuesday, June 19, 1945
Shippien-Mahoney

Bedford, June 19 – Yesterday June 18 at 8 a.m. Mass in St. Ignatius Church, Miss Mary Ann Mahoney and Edward Shippien were united in marriage by Rev. J.J. Lanigan.
The bride gowned in white sheer, street length, with white hat and corsage of red roses was attended by her sister, Miss Nora Mahoney in pink with pink roses. Gerald Power was best man.
The church choir was in attendance and the bride was given away by her father.
The couple will reside in Bedford and have taken the house owned by Mrs. Arthur Taylor.
Last evening at 8 o’clock a reception was given at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Mahoney.

Re: Shippien-Mahoney marriage, The Halifax Mail, Tuesday, June 19, 1945

Posted: 23 Jan 2013 7:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Anyone with connections to this family, please contact me.

I strongly believe that Edward Shippien is a brother to my biological great grandmother Marie Isabel Shippien. They are living together in the 1940 Halifax Voters List. I know who Edwards parents are, I would like to confirm the relationship however

melissa
Gen_bug@hotmail.com
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