The Chilliwack Progress (Chilliwack, BC) 27 Apr 1898, p1.
Harris - Crosby. Robert Wilson Harris the wei'.kncwn Vancouver barrister, of tbe lirm of Htr ris and MacXeill. anil Miss Jessie A. Croshv. daughter of Rev. Thus. Crosby, president of the Methodist conference of Britisli Columbia, were united in mar - I riage in the Metropolitan Methodist church, which was prettily decorated tor the occasion, on Wednesday morning. morning. The wedding took place at 7 o'clock and was solemuized by Rev. J. C. Spear, assisted by Rev. Dr Carman and Rev. Thomas Crosby, the father of the bride. The groom was supported hv W. U, Malkin. of aucouver. aod ,liss ijrice Crosby made a charming bridesmaid. ' the Missi s Wilson acting as maids of i honor. Notwithstanding the early lianr at which the ceremony took place there was quite a large gatheri ig of friends of tlie contraciiig parties The organ - ! - i f the co n li n piayed Mei. - .ii '.s.soiii.'s Weduuig Marcti as the luidal pi'ity en cred. After the ceremony ti.e happy couple repaired to tiie residence of ti.e bride's father, and thence to the steamer steamer King - ton, on which t hv took passage to Seattle en route to San I - rausei and San Do go Mrs. Harris, as is known, was l. i - m my vesrs a laborr in the in;s.on ti - :, of northern Brttish Coiiiipb ,i . t Port Simpson, where her f . r iva - stationed, tlie neovly mad. br de was educated a' Wliitbv Colleo - ,., m il afttr graduating fr. in there spent "M ral yenrs iu religions religions leading among the Indians i f Bella Coola district. Victoria "Times." well orer