Roger SullivanEllen Linnehan

James McDermottHannah Sullivan

Caroline I. MC DERMOTT

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Children with:
Edward Samuel LEE

Ethel G. LEE
Norine G. LEE
Leona N. LEE
Esperance N. LEE
Mildred M. Lee
Patricia C.E. LEE
James William Lee
Edward Arthur Lee
James W. LEE
Charles E. LEE
Caroline I. MC DERMOTT
  • Born: 21 June 1860, Rochester, NY
  • Married 14 Jun 1881, Flint, Genesee Co, MI , to Edward Samuel LEE
  • Died: 31 Jan 1921, Flint, Genesee Co, MI

    Hooked at Hymen’s Halter.

    On Tuesday morning Edward S, Lee and Miss Carrie McDermott were joined together “for better or wusser” by the Rev. Father Murphy, at St. Michael’s Church. The occasion caused a considerate flutter among the fair sex and they turned out in large numbers besides which the members of the bar and jurymen attending the Circuit Court were present in a body, Court having adjourned to afford them all an opportunity to do so. The bride was attired in a blue silk dress, tastefully trimmed with ombre brocade, which looked simple yet beautiful. She also wore a fancy straw hat trimmed with lemon colored ribbon and flowers. Thomas J. Pierce, of Detroit, acted as groomsman and Miss Kittie Maher, of Detroit, as bridesmaid. The latter was dressed somewhat similar to the bride. During the ceremony Rev. Father Murphy delivered an excellent address on the institution of marriage, embodying some excellent advice to the happy couple as well as to those who had already been similarly united. At the conclusion of the ceremony, which, by the way, was very impressive, Mr. and Mrs. Lee started for Detroit and other points in this state, bearing with them, the good-will and best wishes of their many friends. The will remain away about a week. Among the many presents received was an elegant parlor clock from Mr. Lee’s brethren of the bar; a fine cooking stove from Judge Newton and W.R. Hubbard; horse and carriage from James McDermott, father of the bride; silver cake basket from Mrs. C. Cassell, of Colorado, aunt of the bride; silver pickle caster from Thos. J. Pierce, of Detroit; beautiful was cross from Miss Kittie Maher, of Detroit, and other ap0propriate gifts.

    Dated: June 14, 1881 -------

    This has been pasted in a scrapbook and the name of the newspaper was omitted.

    Notes for Carrie I. McDermott:
    unnamed paper, "DEATH TAKES WIFE OF ATTY. E. A. LEE," Flint, Genesee Co., MI: Mrs. Carrie A. Lee, wife of Atty. Edward S. Lee, died at her home, 209 E. Kearsley st., this morning after an illness of two years, of a complication of diseases. Mrs. Lee, who was the only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James McDermott, had been a resident of Flint since 1865. Until her illness she was active in civic and public affairs and served as a member of several city clubs./ She was born in Rochester, N.Y., June 21, 1860 and was married in Flint June 14, 1881, to Edward S. Lee./ Besides her husband, Mrs. Lee leaves eight children. Miss Ethel G. Lee, Mrs. Mildred Bergen, and James Lee, of Detroit; Sister M. Norine of St. Mary's convent, Coldwater, Mich., Mrs. Leona N. Born of Pontiac, Mich., Esperance Lee, Mrs. Patricia Stebbins and Charles Lee of this city, and seven grand children. She had been a member of St. Michael's parish the last 50 years.****

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