Source: Greenwich Press. February 11, 1913.
Miss Florence Elizabeth Mead, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb and Mead, of 22 W. Elm St., and Irving Rodermond Moshier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Moshier, of Church Street were married at the parsonage of St. Mary's Church last evening at 7:30 o'clock. Only the immediate families of the contracting parties attended the ceremony.
The ceremony was performed [by] the Rev. M. J. Ryan, the curate [of] the church.
The bride was gowned in a green satin broadcloth suit, with picture had trimmed with green tulle. She carried the shower bouquet of large white roses and lillies of the valley.
Miss Helen Mead, a sister of the bride, as bridesmaid, wore a gray broadcloth suit, with hat to match.
John T. Mead, a brother of the bride, acted as best man.
After the ceremony, the bridal party were conveyed by auto to the home of the bride's uncle, where a reception was given for the immediate families and a few relatives and intimate friends. The house was pretty decorated with carnations, roses and palms.
Miss Frances Dorin furnished the music for the occasion.
During the evening a wedding supper was served.
At a late hour the bride and groom departed on their honeymoon tri, which will be spent in Washington, D.C., and Virginia. Upon their return they will reside for the present with Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Mead, on West Elm street. The young couple were the recipients of many beautiful and handsome gifts.
Miss Mead is an officer and active worker in Court Saint Francis, Daughters of Castille. She has been employed as bookkeeper n the grocery store of S.A. Moshier for the past four years. Mr. Moshier is one of the rising young men of the community. He has for some time past been connected with his father in the grocery business. He is a member of the Amogerone Fire Company.