‘Twas a jubilant wedding day in August 1914; good times there did reign.
The bride and groom, their vows exchanged, wait upon the train
To take them to a honeymoon, over in Webster Springs.
The bride and groom also await what marital life would bring.
Anna Farrell, the bride of the dapper Edward McCudden, Was a lovely thirty three, and did not believe, a marriage should come sudden.
A wonderful life, they did live, in the county of their birth,
To the right is the Orlando Depot. The picture below, left, is of the wedding party waiting in August, 1914 to see Anna & Edward off on their honeymoon. Note that the scene in the 1914 photo was approximately the area lightened in the older and broader photo of the Depot. Double click on the photos to enlarge them.