Evelyn Hope Flanders 635,640
- Born: 28 November 1898, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine 635,1619
- Marriage: Snelling Salter Robinson 20 August 1921 in Belfast, Waldo County, Maine 1618
- Died: 6 August 1978, Lee County, Florida at age 79 1620,1621
- Buried: After 6 August 1978, Belfast, Waldo County, Maine at Grove Cemetery 1620
Sunday, August 21, 1921
In St. Margaret's Chapel, Belfast
Miss Evelyn Hope Flanders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Flanders of Brookline and Mr. Snelling Salter Robinson, Harvard '20, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Snelling Robinson of Youngstown, O., were married yesterday at noon in St. Margaret's Chapel, in Belfast, Me., by the Rev. D.N. Brookman of St. Peter's Church, Morristown, N.J.
The decorations in the little chapel were entirely in green and white, including graceful ferns, white asters, phlox and other early autumn flowers. Miss Beatrice James of Brookline, a friend of the bride, played the wedding music.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore white satin with a court train, the bodice and sleeves trimmed with rare old lace. The tulle veil was fastened with a band of pearls and the bridal bouquet was of white roses and lillies of the valley.
The bride's attendants were her sister, Miss Frances Flanders, as maid of honor, and a bridesmaids, Miss Marian Flanders, another sister, and Miss Katherine Robinson, a sister of the bridegroom.
They were dressed alike in orchid taffeta with brown tulle sashes, large hats of brown tulle and lace, and carried lavender sweet peas.
The best man was Mr. Joseph Harrison, Harvard '20, of Philadelphia, and the ushers were Mr. Paul E. Stevenson of Hempstead, L.I., Mr. C.C. Curtis of New York, Mr. Richard H. Bowen of of Lexington, all Harvard '20 men, and classmates of the bridegroom; Mr. William J. Sampson of Youngstown, O.
On account of the size of the chapel, the invitations to the service were limited in number, but a large reception followed at Cedar Hedges, the bride's summer home in Northport.
Mr. Robinson and his bride will live in Cleveland, O.
Among the out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. Snelling Robinson, parents of the bridegroom; his sisters, Miss Elizabeth Robinson, Mrs. Myron I. Armses of Youngstown; an aunt, Mrs. T.W. Robinson, and her daughter of Chicago, and Mrs. K.S. Page of Brookline, also an aunt of Mr. Robinson; Mrs. J.B. Ayer, grandmother of the bride, and an aunt Miss Anna Ayer of Brookline; Mrs. F.E. Chapman, Brookline; Mr. and Mrs. James McCormack ... [the list continues]
• She appeared on the census in 1900 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She lived in the household of her parents.
• She appeared on the census in 1910 in Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. She lived in the household of her parents.
• She appeared on the census in 1920 in Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. She lived in the household of her parents.
• She appeared on the census in 1930 at 527 College Road in Lake Forest, Lake County, Illinois. She lived in the household of her husband. Two servants lived in the home.
• She appeared on the census in 1940 at R.R. 1 Prairie View in Vernon, Lake County, Illinois. She lived in the household of her husband. One servant lived in the home.
• She had a residence in Lake Forest, Lake County, Illinois.
Evelyn married Snelling Salter Robinson, son of Charles Snelling Powell Robinson and Viola Belle Salter, 20 August 1921 in Belfast, Waldo County, Maine.1618 (Snelling Salter Robinson was born 14 August 1899 in Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado,1622,1623,1624 died 15 July 1968 in Belfast, Waldo County, Maine 1625,1626 and was buried after 15 July 1968 in Belfast, Waldo County, Maine at Grove Cemetery 1627.)