As you can see from earlier posts, I have been researching Harriet S. Thomas and her husband Joel W. Celley. To that end, today I was working on researching her youngest daughter Sarah Celley. She married a man named George Washington Snow, but they seem to have split up shortly after getting married and having a kid together. I was shocked to discover that in 1912, Sarah (Sadie) attended the wedding of Elmer Loomis and Ethel Anderson, who are the grandparents of one of my cousins and research partners Nancy McGovern L’Ecuyer. I’m attaching the description of the marriage that I found tonight in the 5 Sept 1912 edition of the Saint Albans Messenger. The article is incredible for all the people it mentions!
Update: I believe that Nettie M Thomas from Providence, RI is Harriet S. Thomas’s first daughter, born about 1860, before her marriage to Joel W. Celley. She lives with various family members in the 1870 and 1880 Burlington, VT censuses, going first by “Nettie Thomas”, then “Nettie Celley”, then finally appearing in Providence, RI as “Nettie M. Thomas”.