Elizabeth S. Anderson Marries Scott E. Wolff

Elizabeth Sands Anderson married Scott Eric Wolff of Navato, Calif., on Sept. 29 at the Federated Church in Edgartown. The Rev. Gerry Fritz officiated.

The bride was given in marriage by her mother, Mrs. Edmond L. Meinfelder of Pennsylvania. The matron of honor was Mrs. Geoffrey M. Curtis of Chicago, Ill. The best man was Kavin Peechaphand of Brooklyn, N.Y. A reception was held just down the hill at the Edgartown Reading Room.

Ila Briggs and Peter Halby Met on Vineyard

Ila Briggs and Peter Halby were married in Vineyard Haven on Sept. 8.

The Rev. Ross Lilley, a close friend, performed the ceremony.

The bride’s parents, Mary Vivian and Kirk Briggs, live in Vineyard Haven where the bride was raised.

The bridegroom’s mother, Susan Halby, lives in Concord and is a summer resident of Vineyard Haven. The bridegroom’s father, Christian Halby and his wife, Susan Schaefer, divide their timebetween Waylandand Chilmark.

Jae Elizabeth Strommer Weds Thomas Loring Rowe

Jae Elizabeth Strommer and Thomas Loring Rowe of Newport, R.I., were married June 9 on board the yacht Elysian at Newport.

Capt. Stephen Connett performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Diane W. Strommer of Pawtucket, R.I. and the late John P. Strommer. She is the granddaughter of the late Eva and Loraine Weltner of Greensboro, N.C., and the late Harold and Mildred Strommer of Greensburg, Ohio.

Mary-Ashley Lincoln Weds Kyle Charles Cohagan

Mary-Ashley Lincoln Weds

Kyle Charles Cohagan

Mary-Ashley Lincoln married Kyle Charles Cohagan on July 14 at the Castle Hill Inn in Newport, R.I.

The bride is the daughter of Patricia J. Lincoln of Madison, Conn.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cohagan of Duxbury and of Greenville, S.C.

Peter Regan officiated.

The bride was given in marriage by her maternal uncle, Frank Rispoli Jr. of New Haven, Conn.

The maid of honor was Megan Crowe of Madison, Conn.

Plante — LeBlanc

Plante — LeBlanc

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Plante of West Tisbury announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristen Plante, to Brandon LeBlanc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armond LeBlanc of Nantucket. A 2009 summer wedding is planned.

Miriam Carroll to Marry Mattias Fenton in Spring

J. Kevin Carroll and Linda L. Caroll of Fairfax Station, Va., and Oak Bluffs, formerly of Walpole, announce the engagement of his daughter, Miriam Adams Carroll, to Mattias R. Fenton, son of Heidi B. Fenton of Pittsburgh, Pa., formerly of Hanover, Germany.

Christina Johnson Marries Eric Smith in Bernardsville

Christina Mason Johnson of New York city and Natick was wed Oct. 11 to Eric Douglas Smith at St. John on the Mountain Episcopal Church in Bernardsville, N.J. Rector Matthew Engelby performed the ceremony at 4 p.m., assisted by visiting Rev. Douglas E. Remer of Tampa, Fla. Alison Dunn of Natick was maid of honor and Brian Repetz was best man. The bride wore the same veil that her great-grandmother, Eleanor McCarter Young, wore at her wedding 90 years ago.

Clare Stuart McLean Weds Peter Hedley in Edgartown

Clare Stuart McLean and Peter Caleb Hedley were married on Saturday, Sept. 6 at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown. The Rev. John D. Schule presided.

Jamie Worden Is Married In Evening June Ceremony

Jamie E. Worden and Michael A. Dalmau of Hyannis, were married June 14, 2008.

The bride is the daughter of James and Margaret Worden of Greenfield and the granddaughter of Dorothy Worden of Oak Bluffs and the late Frederick H, Worden, Jr., retired Edgartown police chief. The bridegroom is the son of Antoinette and Francis Higgins of Brewster and Anthony Dalmau of Brewster.

The 6 p.m. wedding and reception took place at the State Room, Boston, overlooking Boston Harbor, with Hamish Wilkinson, a childhood friend of the groom, officiating.

Connors-Moriarty

Connors-Moriarty

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Connors, of Woburn and Centerville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Eileen Elizabeth Connors, to Robert Daniel Moriarty. The future bridegroom is the son of the Hon. and Mrs. Cornelius J. Moriarty of South Hadley and Edgartown.

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