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, i I i i i j conipul-j ' . j with it being a member of the choir for Imanv vears. For ten years he led the ! music at the midweek and Sunday ' evening meetings. Mr. Waite is a ' republican in politics and voted for .ill'. S Grant in 187:1. He is a member rneet-1 jun- I ! I GOLDENWEDDISG OF THE WAITES IN R0CKVILLE TODAY (Special to The Courant.) ROCK VILLI-;, VILLI-;, VILLI-;, Monday, Nov. 17. The fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Waite. of No. IMS Union street , will be celebrated at their home today. Invitations have been sent to their friends. Mr and Mrs. Waite. have lived here flftv-tw-o flftv-tw-o flftv-tw-o flftv-tw-o flftv-tw-o veais. Edward Waite was bnr'n August 31, 1850 at Trowbridge, Wiltshire. England, the son of Matilda and Joseph Waite. being one of nine sons, all of whom were mechanics, He came to America in 1807 and has lived in Kockville ever since. lie worked in the Hock Mill lor fifteen vears most of the. time in the machine shop with Gardner L. Grant. Mr, Waite was married on November November 17, 1869 by Kev. Asa Fiske, pastor of the Second ( ongregationa 1 Church. I,.. J ... . U ... r.f . 1 school streets for fifteen years, his home being where the post office now . stands. He became identified with the New England illlf m tne .riocKanuni ;uins Company in 1882 as master mechanic. . . - . . . .... . 1 ..i;U lli.t ,aI..,, Tlia a.',.,-L a.',.,-L a.',.,-L has resulted in many valuable im- im- nrovements on mm hinery used for cloth makin -appreciated -appreciated by his em- em- ployers. rio luined tlie Methodist fhureh in is-.i is-.i is-.i ..i l,..a ....tiv-.lv- ....tiv-.lv- ....tiv-.lv- ....tiv-.lv- .innni1pH ot tne 1 iockhuiuh .-.n-i .-.n-i .-.n-i .-.n-i .-.n-i . nirm ..i (ciety, the Foresters ana tne L mted orK men. Airs. Waite was born in Bradford lAte. Knlarid. the dauhtpr of Mary and C harles Howell, bv-inp bv-inp bv-inp one of a famil f eleven. She came to Amer ica in 1SHS and then to uockvuh- uockvuh- up ine- ine- ji constant resident .Ml?-. .Ml?-. .Ml?-. v a .1 e joined the Methodist Chun h in S7-i S7-i S7-i ani has been a most active and valu idem of the Ladies Aid Society several tunes, alwavs interested and actively . , ,r r. ,1 ; all uAt'i.'il pntprnfipps nar- nar- able member shu-p. shu-p. shu-p. fne nas oecn pics U omi in riv rf srrca t servi-e servi-e servi-e in the church suooers" and ether public suppers for w hich the church is noted. Mr. and Mrs. Waite are parents f four chiltlren: t'ouncilman A. K. Waite of this city. Airs. .ionn tmsir of Kliingston. Mis. r.aiin cimveit ot j liridgeoort and I'. 1J. Waite of Spring- Spring- i field, fornvriy a professional baseball . player of ii'de and known to the tans ! as '-Chef '-Chef '-Chef Waite. j I ,

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  1. Hartford Courant,
  2. 17 Nov 1919, Mon,
  3. Page 18

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